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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 11, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 I V 0, NO. .


Broward Williams To Speak I Check Out Airport binding Strip Stair Teens ComirJ + ere '

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Plan Dedication Boys Ranch j.: y. \ School CommlElementary Sec t ition To


Cottage Here March 28 Pru cools Here

Plans for two events at the Florida Sheriffs Boys Members of the Suwannee County School Board Ad.

Ranch are being finalized, Harry Weaver administrator visory Committee were to meet with a survey group from
at the facility, said here this week. Included are dedication the State Department of Education here Wednesday! afternoon -
of the fifth cottage at the Ranch and a legislative to thoroughly investigate the possibility! and feasibility !-

appreciation day.S'SSSb. of altering Suwannee Junior High School to care
Weaver said the Charles E. for grades tour thru six Dr.
:V Merrill Cottage will be officially Chick of the state department will
dedicated and opened Sunday Itreak Ground For head the team coming here to ..*
March 28. at 2:00: pjn. This 1s the slit local .ub-e aunlt&fe. of which
Lab IIftN'
..MondayGroundbreaking
a I fifth 20-boy cottage to be built Jack Jones and Donald' Hatch
: at the Ranch and win raise the ceremonies l are chairmen.
Institution's capacity to 100 boys. for I........ Ceuntjr'a animal Chairman Clarence II. Rstllff
With Louie C. WadswortbBuilding. The Ranch manager said the disease dlagn.itic laboratory of the l$-man committee, namedby
Hugh Lewis cottage opened last will be held hen. at I .-... Monday the local school board to study
year. Is now nearly full and applications March IS, It was annonne school problems In this county
From time to time I have had a for the Merrill building .. today. and to recommend action said
to in this column or being processed. Tbe new laboratory will be here Tuesday morning that the
gnat deal activity say that comet with Broward Williams recently the alitb. In the Florida. Department full committee would meet tonight .
About Observation thru the named State Treasurer to replace of Asrivultnre's group Thursday In the temporary
building.has convinced tm that con. the late J. Edwin Larton. will ., dlagnooUs. faolUUre operated library of Suwsnnxe High
7ars traction of any kind brings with make the main address here by the Division of Animal IndnMry. School located In the old Armory .
bustle that enlivens March 21 when the cottage named at 7.JO: p.m,
It a hurtle and ------ '.......... .
of the commhnl In memory of Charles L Merrill Is ( of Airlraltare Rstllff laid a report and recommendation .
while the economy bnlldlnf fc going on. dedicated B.Wrt Newland. engineer with FUrila Testing Ubaraloriee .. St. ,.,.'.rl. right. .U letting Doyle Conner will" bo asset would be made by the
ty Right now ben In Live Oak one Merrill wu born In Oreen Cove paving placed at the eeuatv alrpwt last week as purl .! the Seal foot long landing ilrlp. lacking en speaker al the 'tent. He will boJolnml physical plant subcommittee on
major construction Job the Springs and founded a large ... the ...*.. at the left are (left to right) County E...."'., Malt Croat and Job geprrlntendrnt V, J. by elber slate and local the Branford School and If It .Is.
county COurtbouM U nearing I brokerage firm that bears his Smote The parking area at ta* facility It ...... ta Ue right 1 Ie'.". (DenMcral Staff ria....) dignitaries. approved by the full committee
and It will not be lone name as well as a number of others. The alto. ., the new laboratory would be submitted to the school:
completion renovation i The Merrill Foundation has Is adjacent ,. th.'V. .B. board for Its consideration.

la before complete.the Poetofflee These aN two of the1arIn' I shown great Interest In the Ranch Dr. Motif Stone To Speak Department. ef Agrknllsro Station Meetings have been held recently
Job In recent mono to and this led to naming the cottage Landing Strip, hen It .la primarily des he continued, with patronsat
In his memory. signed for swlno and poultry OVrten and Douglass, and this
be Work undertaken on the here.county airport and Sheriff Duke MoCsOUIer win Lions Club Will Honor Twelve Parking Area disease. disgn..... llowvvfr, the phase of the committee's work
factliUei serve barbecue at the March 3Tent. / Mew laboratory will also. boee has been completed. There remains
.an. moving addition along to Coliseum and these lwoproJect.I Suwannee Seniors For Test ScoresDr. Are .1.l ..4 to dftermlne dlteaietef the task ef reducing committee .
by the Board of County April 10 has been set tentatively CompletedPaving bones sad cattle findings and recommends-
Commissioners: should be flnUhed for members of the state kgis Mode Stone, dean of education at Florida State Dr. T.1. Lan..,., former .1.| lions to writing for submission to
lature to visit the Ranch. Weaver of runways and a park. rector of MI_.ris dlagnotllo the school board. II. predictedthis
alto within a few months or University will be the guest speaker Tuesday night when
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said. It Is planned to hsve the Ing area lait week at the county laboratories, will, be In charge would be done prior to April
weeks Live Oak Lions Club honora 12 members of the senior
the
that legislators. as guests of the com airport being built just west of ef the facility here (No. I Continued ea rage I)
Thus It 1s goal to know class at Suwannee High School for their high scores on .
annoy for lunch on that Ita,. beConUmh Live Oak moved this facility nearer
construction begins Monday on d. Details for this visit the senior placement test given in Florida each year to 'I. completion. Workmen began
the diagnostic laboratory to be. an being worked out by Senator aU high school seniors.Tuesdsyl Tuetdsy on the baiting phase of Khranit Club Event
built here by the State" of PIoI14a.Th1I Houston Roberts and Reprftenta- affair will be the Ife. the project' which. Includes the
facility has been In the mill tine Leon McDonald with Senate Suuxwnee ,WarrhoutttWm ond such event to be held here by leveling and sodding of the land Teachers Honored Club
nearly two years having been of President Conner and HOUM Dt Rebuilt the local Lions Club who last year adjacent to the landing strip. County By
IM session
the
authorised by Speaker RoweU. B, A. (MoeJil Owen was br honored seven Suwannee Illgbseniors There Is a 10 foot landing stripat
the state kpalatun.p BUSTS win be used to bring the laM week maiwg pleas for the for their high scores. the airport and 1000 feet I long At Informal Gathering Thursday
la bual- legislators. here. Weaver said. rvbmOdtag ., ......... Tahoe. Similar recognition U made thru- and Is rated sufficient to accommodate
Major construction the for ,. .. WanMeM No. L TIM ...... out the stats by Florida Lions twin engine planes. The Teachers of thin county were honored
Dell Held are the new Motors home sod for ..... benMd A... t tel luiCMalrelctoe Club who have adopted the pro.eft parking area paved measured US at the Coliseum. by the Live Oak Klwanls Club in keeping

*i a. 'Town,sinsVr.a aM Country*. *.-.'.- never bee and Mesa 'S waft ee:Band ;::;..eowe., eh.with....,nearly 1N,w ..) ..en.....a .....Mafia.....We r..basis.esuraw.nma feet......In. width and..."1\\ 110 n feet f.1I1be In with'rew.lwo the.AP Civic. orfMilratlon'd. nationwide Tw. tnwrbwso observance of +$ M:..'e...
If on North-owo Avenue, .an business man and long Urns! Ionater Florida Testing Labor. w ip nit
will bids M the
I;* addttlon going op at Buwaanee To Participate .....,...).. and advocate the program, lories. of St. Petersburg were hired: nature of an Informal Catherine at which a fish aunner--r. -- "
very with, all the trimmings was served.
Bock Oa. owned and operated (Je.. > 0....... ea ran IiOB. by Die Board of County Cammlf Xlwanlsns
needay heard
by Nolan Wtttos In the northwestern I II County Judge Reeee Brown war noon. a
make to
sinners to tests see that
section ef the city. District Tests general chairman of the affair discussion on artificial ttvestorkbreeding
the paving met required *pe0tnesllons. -
week for the club. by Ted TrusMll. repre-
Word WM released this PresbyterianChurch This war done Monday.
filia, eonetraeUon win bens soon SuwannM High Behoofs Band 9'' + 1. V, J. Smuts .Is. job superintendent A Klwanls Certificate of Honor renting Armour, and N. D. Yang
en a lara tobacco warehouse to WIll enter the anal district band Men aDd Montgomery Trucking was presented to M. A. Ollsra. representing the Northern OhioBreed..1
replace the one that burned lastsummer. contest at the P. K. Tonge High Company Is the contractor principal of Kettle OaUOn School' Man, a farmer coopers
Suwaanee WarehouM and veteran of 44 In the live thai has bred over a million
School at OalnesvUe Saturday. Collins Electric Co has the subcontract a years
Number One. the oldest on the to- The local band has earned a rating To Meet I Here I for lighting the strip and leaching profiaxton. H. L. Johns cows In this date during the put
Sal market went up la flames lastAMU of superior In every contest airport and will begin this phase retired tsachsr with ever 40 yearsof eli hi years.The .
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*. event concert slgbtreadlng. The First FmbrUrtan. Chunk i of the work when turfing com .service war alto honored. tame program was prtwnted
n Is to be rebuilt oa the same and marching the last five of Live Oak win be host to the plete. Special recognition was given lilac lot the week to members
quarterly meeting of the Men ef of the Livestock Promotion Committee
location. years It participated. : to the following teachers for tang .
.Another addition to the Bahan The band did not participate the Church of the western dies I tests of leeching service I of the Chamber of Commerce
Motel owned and operated In this la last rears contest due to Its trtrt of Suwannee Presbytery 'trf'fllrl Courthouse Mrs. Rebtec Mills Pine View, a group of farmers In the
city by Robert Lee. U In process trip to the World's Fair comingoa Sunday afternoon. Mar, U. 'The branford area and to the local
and Mn.1444 I Oriffln. Clayland.
Of eonotnctloa. the same date. western. district. Is made up of 14 (:t"m"rtlon April I 41 year; Mrs. Nettle Colons Suwannoe PTA chapters. The program .Is.
Work en the secondary road In Live oaks band will eempHe la churches estendtng. from Jasper Werkiwn.. are bear al the Junior High. Mrs. Mary wrwduM to be presented tonight
the northern part of the county which Include to Ora1& al the annual meeting of the Buwannoe
Class B events ee.sly CeertlMMMe making Ikeprejwl y, Drew Buwannoe High and
from auwannee. Springs to Ene-: schools with 401 to TOO students ReglstraUen WIll be at S.M: ,.. ready fr ...... .* and I Mrs. Leone' Ounter" Brsnford. 40 County.Cattleman. Asm.
tale and known better as the In 10 thru 12. with the buemess session to follow
grades ...$.... by the Based ., vars.:
state road Is underway Te gain a superior rating a at I;00 pjsu under the direction 1 (.'_.,' (mum\mttntn\ Majar I Miss Nell' Bass pine View, and "u/Moll'/ Win
KepfcMrmenl of sewer knee band must score from It to J. of Fred Clark of Alaehua, preel- ....tnNu.. la new eeieiatrteand I Mrs. Emily Lr.... Clsylsnd. I* Opener,
damaged or destroyed. by Hurricane points out ef a poeatMe 20. Bands drat of the dtftrict. Be will be ass ..., fwlablag U..b.e re- :years; Mrs. Ruby Smith Brsnord. To May (;ff//",, lI14f
Dora: Is the major Improvement that secure this number of points sided by the vice ."...... '. Louis: Male before the belUIng will. be II years; and MIM. Verne Tbe ._..... B.IM.ge ....-
betas made now by the eity. earn the right to participate install Roberts of WUltoua. The program ready for seeeeaney.Ceenty Brtaaon. Hvttie ........ and Mrs ed eel the c.... all baoobaN
These aw lust a few of the contests. A superb m ..... win be under the direction EstiMvr MatthewOM Rubs Ollara SuwaniMe Junlotlith. leant u.. to a five bmlM ....
buOdU* projects easy to recall. sell Is mutred for entry la stale ef the Deals church. said here' Wee week Mareb n years let al Crew Cllr for UMUto**
Add:. to then the constant home contests.tWo. Supper win be served at L//V 1 I----------- ---- 11 Is the Urg4 dale ..4 .r ... There" was no formal program Mt opener Teoadsy.Tb .
Me. I Ceartlanon1 on fate. I) I Ceattae M ,.. I.II ) No.. 1 C..1bvd en Fage II MODE aTO'fEII !' ....,..... for ......u.*. HeprmtkUd for the affair which was detigntdo B.IM..e wlU sitr Oala
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i i bewewr It void be give club members an optwr cackle Illtb there ,.
earl/ April. ..'... aU eVUlta unity to mingle. with trachm A 11-.... sewn bae beet
I II Opposes Poundage Allotments I were worked eel and Ike bend- and tipreas for this community sa.dolMg by COM Tommy
Fuqua tog ready fee seentr .,n... to thanks for their sffortsAl ....... and will ..**., to seat
Waived w. ... UMU regular! Meeting Wed. wets sdlllMS of this paper.Klirtnitt .

Tells Committee Florida Leaf Needs -

II I i lIrulfnl.Trfwh,,, With Long Yttirt O/ Service I

Classification As Quality Tobacco

Oangnaaaaa Dom Fuqus this drtrrtarsttea tobasco'tuefity la
sees expreewd. his oppoa-Uoa to this eoaD tty. Florida growers have
the bin aeadtr* before Oongrvoswtikfe been placing. lees than two per
would' bait poundage ea on* of their poundage bt sUbtBPtNue -
'tobacco! acreage allotments. eaB- ....
tag H unfair and discriminatory to pouted out that la ether
Plorida nuewre4 tobacco ratarrs bell poundage wbfcfe the buyers
The Ninth District Florida eoagTiamiin do not want and vhkti at .
released the remarks be .bought by stabilisation for the b r.J
'bad made to the ......subceiamittee support price reaches a third and- x 9.
ef the Bauee agrteuKarecemmtttoe more. of the total asps' r ,) b
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i la which be said that What we have hen Is a attoaUon -
wbOe there has. been. a general where the Florida lefceee i
farm*** are producing. tobacco ,
thai the market wants. We reel
Cattle ".MH'lDtlorallold we are. Justified to resenting be-
Inc pesMUtsrdfor the overaO site.
Annual Heft
TonightThe
anon when each a smafl fotcent-
aced meet** of the ..- age of our lebaoso gees to st.blb-
waaaoe Ooetfy Csllifoota AaMtetiMi satian." be ... -J do art beftevo w L-
wBl be Mid taMkjfclTTtiiftdajt. acreage-poundaie comets :
.. at Ike CiHiuiem.Chartns meet the baste ...... tinder
.......... Duo ... any /p...,.... however aw farmera .
inhaled temhewtw .... want Type 14, the type which
A ........ else .. Meeted wo saafeiiy tales, to be treated as a
hr.el..ing AI 'sJI p.-.. separate variety be added. r
.....said wwh ...... s... Mug told the committee thatnereseenmd
.to* I* IMS**. tlrwsl..1. ....
sad boor or Is fun wen the prefc- I DIM Watkrro a4 ... rvilrod. I****.* were Moss the bM.r tars I" ........ *.** ., lift Iris en.Bkewa .
nrtre a
Ardors l .
ni wts n
the meef 1Mm en De ....... say It faord.which B.the poM4 tobsec cot seen-that ...... Tbertdar ssgk4 a4 a TaMr Aear *i it a Pro..rase staged by la* Ue to Ike ...... to tfce "' ... Mt to ...... Mrs. Baby B. Xttara. ...

Bon eared a renaa ........ ,....... ....... yudl ........ I.. BJwwkls Ook. la the ,.,... .. the Ml. ,...... Bililm .*.... Fttoripal M. A. Wore KMolwoX Mr% taw lade inn lo 0.... M. ... J.*..". Mow Tbebua J
.o .. Member, and fcrrttvdaB anty. ..... pemds p.' acre taM IXWare' stall. Is obt.. rmlrtag a tofisfltele ef aspniaslloa ea b.k.tf of IkeKJvaafc aides ff ae4 Mn. ..... Due.O .. .. of whoa .*.. ..*.. wow thaw M tears to IkeiMMklM "
+ia>mim le ....... l&1 Ciresl..a! rage t) I' CWk tom Cs.. y l.... ..... ..... rtsk. ..... Oeb .......... Oartk ,...,....... ,iFbette by l aa hissed

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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH





I EDITORIALOpen I _FLORIDA'SFarm I It Happened In '




Suwannee County, Florida] '



The Doors, GovernorSecretary Front 1915-1940-1955:


of State Tom Adams and At- meetings of the cabinet when no other governor DeBt

torney General Earl Faircloth have indi- in Florida's history felt a need to E.

cated they will not attend future cabinet close the doors on, the public while state ---.- ConnerUnless Taken From The Filer Of ti

sessions called by Governor Haydon Burns business was being discussed.It DEMOCRAT M= '
Is found to TilE SUWANNEE
from which the public is barred. This is to be hoped that Governor Burns ,alleviate the some farm way labor situation

forthright stand on the part of these two will alter his thinking and return to an It appears. that consumers are I I

public officials is heartening and encouraging open door policy of cabinet conferences.No likely to be paying higher price for the 1840-41 school year at the mated $1.849.480 in new construe.
1915The
for when government of the people, one seeks to deny the governor the I before too long for a number of meeting of the School Board tlon and alterations in present
for the people and by the people is con- right and privilege to hold private and con- fresh fruits and vegetables.In Swiss Bell Ringers, said talented to- I Tuesday In the office of Super I buildings. The overall plan eon.
ducted behind barred doors it violates the fidential conferences with members of the spite of recent statementsby be a trio of exceptionally will here intendent W. T. Newsome. templates a total of $1,817480

very fundamental on which this nation cabinet or any citizen of Florida as long as Secretary of Labor Willard musicians March 47 appear, afternoonand which will include tu.ooo to care
Wlrtz that growers' reports of Saturday, Miss Louise Taylor, county for outstanding Indebtedness,
governs itself freedom of the press and decisions, in which concurrence of the cab- night, under the auspices of
home demonstration agent this -
the right of the people to know what goes inet is needed, are not made without an crop losses," supplies are "deliberately of some exaggerated crops- the Woman's Club.A week laid plans for the 4-H girls Mra. Alex McKeithen returned

on. open discussion to which the public is in are bound to be curtailed. The council meeting to be held Saturday home from Caracas Venezuela
There is 'a marked difference betweenthe vited.Florida effects of such a development will most successful term, laugh in the court room of the last Friday after spending several
politics of city hall and the capitol ofa has come too far in the field of be far-reaching and In some Instances by Miss Turmond the McAlpin Courthouse. weeks there with Mr and Mrs

state like Florida. What might be con- good government to have its fine record could be permanent. School closed Friday night witha the .a Marvin Jones.

doned in the operation of a municipality bya marred and tainted by closed door maneu- The reasons are not hard to deliahtful entertainment In
Woodman ;;
Maru-Blrd
small segment of a state is not necessarily vering and decisions. find. Growers who usually plant Hall. the 1955The Mr*. presented4

good for the people of Florida. It is to be hoped that all cabinet mem- large acreages of crops requiring At. the O'Hara close and of Rev. Parshley programProf. Live Oak Elks Lodge No. dance routines of her IBSS dance

The wisdom of those who draftedFlorida's bers will join Adams and Faircloth in insisting hand labor to harvest arent goIng interesting talks. 1165 through Its Exalted Ruler revue at the Woman's Club meeting .
gave very
constitution was never better emphasized that state business be transacted i in to Invest In normal production Alvin Brown, presented eight American Friday Dancing were Evelyn

than by the "closed door" meet- the open, as has been the policy of this adequate If they labor doubt available there will when be Mrs. Robert Edwards who ha classroom flags to Suwannee KIrby Palmer Jlmmle Elizabeth Mu Baas Nadine

ing dispute now raging up in Tallahassee. state in its modern day history. harvest time comes. been the guest of Capt. and Mrs. High School last week. This Wadsworth. Emma lfOve Sue Qayle

Cabinet members are answerable only to Americans should guard closely their Bankers are going to be cautious W J. Hillman left here Tuesday presentation concluded the lodge Quinn Flood Judy Oreene, Odom Nancy
the people of the state and hence can and inalienable right to know what ii going on about lending for production morning for Jacksonville accompanied -: program of presenting American Browning Penny Wettstetn. Linda

often, do differ with the governor when they in their government and should become needs if they believe risks are Increased by Capt. and Mrs. H1U- flags to the schools in the jurisdiction Hanna, Randy Clayton. Deanette
his incensed when official choose by labor man. They were Joined in the of this lodge for this year.A Collin Eleanor
feel proposals are not in the best inter any public shortages.The Pearl Wilder and Dees. Judy North.
ests of Florida.It to transact public business behind closed evening by Miss Jack- Mary Elizabeth Bror en, Marsha
Mrs. Edwards' children In story on the 4-H Club projects
is difficult for us to understand whyit doors in the "smoke-filled" "wheel and squeeze will be hardest on sonville. Miss Wilder accompanied of Fredna Haas daughter Bird and Calvin Palmer, and

has now become necessary to hold secret deal" aroma of big city politics. people like our citrus growers. The hem as far as Sanford N. C. of Mr. and Mrs Fred Heal of Mc Karen of Kalmara and Susan Levine .
Jasper Frances
vegetable grower works on an an- Alpin, is told In a feature Fredna was pianistHostesses Grew
nual basis. When harvesting pros The Florida Norman College wrote herself in the March Issue
for the luncheon
About pects are clouded u they are now, and Business Institute has made of The Progressive Farmer, a Mrs. Fred J. Green Mrs were
Otftefi he can pull up by the side of the arrangements for the purchase ofa Southwlde magazine T. J
Kennon. Mrs. Ralph
road. Perhaps he can wait It out large building for use of the Cog Mrs
Tins George Carver, Mrs J. C.
t or continue planting on a greatly school and will occupy it next Live Oak'i city limits will be FleUh-
er, Mrs. Louise
reduced basis, or even take a flier Monday. The building Is at the nearly double if the proposed extension Owen Mrs
And In production on foreign soil. east end Gf Van Buren Street and plan is accepted. At the Thomas Radford. Mrs John N,
I Sims, Mrs. Louie C.
But the citrus grower, or any Is adapted for the purpose. present time the limits extend Wadsworth
Mrs. Norman
That growers cf tree fruits and nuts Rev II. A. Jordon has bought slightly over one mile north and Protsman. and Mrs.
L. P. Hlckman.
has a long-term Investment. Clt the school and will be In charge south and one and half miles east
Mrs. B. F.
rag trees, for example don't startto and west If approved the Leigh presided.
new
necessity for individual local bills for each .
Explaining ConservationA countyor bear until they're about five R. P. Hopkins H. W, Taylor, plan will give this city an area of
prominent American scholar has writtena district. years old Once they bear, the and ThaI Hamilton returned last two and half miles north and Snowball Dill

book on conservatism in politics but has had difficulty The state by general statutes should then expressly grower can't step out of produc- night from a business trip to, south and two and three quarters Nashville, Tenn. The Tennessee
in finding a publisher for it. He Is told that stipulate what each municipality could and tion for a year or two and then Chicago and Cincinnati. They east and west. House received a bill last
the overwhelming Johnson victory in November could not do, and which could be done; without a move back In unless he expects to were gone about a week. week that would Impose a maximum

indicates that there is little Interest' In the United vote and which would require a vote before It could lose his crop and possibly his S. A comprehensive plan for ade- of six months Imprisonment '

States the question: "What Is conservatism?" become effective. grove. quate school buildings In this and $500 fine on persons throwing *

We believe that this Is a wrong assessment of These' steps would eliminate the necessity for 19/0 county was unfolded at the regu- snowballs at pedestralns or

American feeling We believe that there is a continuing about 95 per cenf of the local bills which the legislature At the recent annual conven- Wallace Berry Senterflt. Juniorof lay meeting of the Suwannee motorists. .
interest in what is loosely termed "conser is now forced to consider under the out- tion of the United Fresh Fruit the local high school was winner County Board of Public Instruction .
moded and Vegetable Association, grower of the Americanism Tuesday calling for an esti (Office Supplies at McCrlmon'D,
vatism", and that it will always be Important in system of government which is a carryover essay
were freely predicting early contest sponsored by the local
from horse and buggy days.
American political and economic life' to understand
price Increases of as much u SO I
Elks Lodge Announcement was
In addition of the local bills passed by
as far possible what constitutes both the liberal many
u
per cent on some produce items.
made this week by Irvin Olbbs,
and the conservative philosophy the legislature are meaningless since they havea Forecast also was a scramble in committee chairman. Second

In America, as in Britain conservatism and referendum clause Included and the question many parts of the country for place went to Nicky Tsacrlos James B. Daniels

liberalism are' the systole and diastole of the political must be decided by a vote on the local level any whatever reliable field labor maybe senior, while Edith Register( also

heart The counterplay of these two great way. available when, harvest time a senior copped third place honor .I

...... <__*....W...te...i..... __.->>. .houW'b modernised to keep lao were JlTedlcUQ0 Funeral Homes
derly national progress which is so strong a,mark I prevent ; "'
of the Anglo-Saxon lands. Each is vital to the oth- pace with. the rapid growth and changes In Florida. aids on any pools of labor that I W. H. (BUd"' Ooff who attends
Okaloosa News-Journal Crestvlew may exist by growers In other Gordon Military Institute
in
er. Without conservatism the national train might
reas. LIVE OAK and BRANFORD
Barnesvllle Ga.. returned there
Jump the track. Without liberalism it might stall There ,
at the station. Always A Boat Rocker of[ American were reports circulating Sunday after spending the spring
growers Increasing vacation with his parents Mr. Now have
Perhaps by Its very nature conservatism has There's one in every crowd you know, the nvestments In Mexican farms and Mrs Homer Gott. two radio-dispatched, oxygen-

been lees easy to explain than liberalism. The demand balloon poppers, the status quo ,smashers the boat with plans to take advantage of equipped ambulance on call twenty-

for change, even for unjustified change, rockers. ncreased U. 8. Imports that are Saint Luke's
Episcopal Guild
four hours each in both Live Oak
tends to look more dynamic than does the more Their latest assault is on the traditional storyof expected to develop when domesc met Monday afternoon at the day

cautionary stance of the conservative. Yet history Florida's purchase from Spain in 1810 for $5 production lags Home of Mrs. C. J. Hackney with and Branford.CALL!.
has shown that neither liberalism nor conservatismcan million. According to Supermarket 11 members In attendance. Plana

be termed the more Important and that in any It Isn't so. i News Industries' concern was expressed for for an Easter patent to be held
related
to
agriculture-
orderly society they complement rather than con- That's what Rembert W. Patrick general edl seed and fertiliser on Saturday before Easter was DAY OR NIGHT_
suppliers, pack-
tradict each other. tor of the University of Florida Press Floridian gers.. processors, and discussed with Mrs. Hackney to
transport- be in
There is however too little understanding of Facsimile and Reprint Series says In the prefaceto er. Some temporary, and possibly Mrs.charge Charles of the L. Duncan pageant. 362-3333 935-4100

either outlook. Thl* Is shown in the unworthy Insults "The Purchase of Florida'Patrick permanent dislocations In these the program. Mrs. James C.gave Hill

which liberals and conservatives so often trade who probably would stand up In a industries, were subjects of dlsusslon. Invited the guild to
meet with her LIVE OAK BRANFORD
Charges of being for "pie In the sky" and of wishingto canoe, said under provisions of the Adam-Onls next Monday.

provide "something for everyone" are often Treaty in 1821, Spain gave the United States title I -

thrown against the liberal, while the conserva- to Florida in exchange for American relinquish-' I Manufacturers; ;have registered Principals of all schools: of Su J. B. DAMnS JR., L-F.D.

tive is accused of "putting property rights before ment of all claims to Texas. Not a "Piece of Eight'' almost unanimous disagreementwith wannee County were reappointed

human rights" and of upholding "the dead handof changed hands proposed Federal standards -

the past. Hubert Bruce Fuller wrote the boot, "The of identity for peanut butter.

Such charges have never advanced intelligent Purchase of Florida. In 1900. It was reprinted Many state health officials and

political or economic argument a sixteenth of an this year by the University of Florida Press u one consumer the standards groups generally support

inch and have only driven conservatives and liberals of the quadrlcentennlal Editions of the FloridlanaSeries. some Individuals go proposed so far as and to

farther apart. What is necessary in any successful suggest that a product that's labeled NE WANTS
modern society Is for a large body of public Now if somebody will tell us Wauchula doesn't I "peanut butter" be permit.

opinion to be Intelligently Informed on the arguments really mean "Buzzard's Roost," we might help ted to contain nothing but peanuts '

on both sides. It Is for this reason that we rock the boat. I and salt period A DATE .
feel It is a serious mistake to believe that there -Ilerald Advocate Wauchulla I Last November' the Food and

Is no need today for a broader exposition of the Drug Administration published a 1 ITH E? .
conservative position. We hope that this position, The trouble with being a leader today Is that proposal that any peanut butter

as well u pie liberal position will be fully and you cant be sure people are following or chasing The must proposal contain 90 also per cent peanuts. e

fairly explained to the American people If it Is you r Gosport, Pensacola.. Fla. optional Ingredients restricted permissible a

not, the country will be the loserChristian. Reaction from the industry was
Congress Is still confronted with the unsolved
quickly: forthcoming. M1
Science Monitor There Is no
problem of how to get people to pay taxes they statutory base for establishing an

cant's afford for services they dont need The identity standard for the prod-
Time For Change Orlt uct declared the Peanut' Butter

v The Two-Member county legislative delegation I Manufacturers Association BUT-

has been asked to consider more than 100 Power is never stable when It Is boundless.Tacitus. .- If a standard 19 to be estab

local bills for Introduction at the May session of lished. the Association said. It
the state legislature.If should not require more than an
IT per cent content of peanuts,
the legislative delegation from each of the and should allow the
addition of
07 counties were asked to Int.rocluce'appl'O&lmatelJ The Suwannee DemocratOF ANT substance safe for food use. Your first-of-the-month date with bills be changed
the same Lumber, this would amount to around including butter and vitamins. can

7.000 local bills to be considered. LIVE OAK FLORIDA Ever since the homogenised from a chore to a cheer by having
With the legislative session supposedly limited "/sUsW Heart a/ |A. Swlu River F C.y smooth creamy peanut butters bit a checking account.

to 60 days, this would require the consideration and -B iICooaoUdateci LEADER: :: the market a few years ago man In minutes, you can write and mail the checks
action on over 100 local bills each day Including Established: 1SS4 August 2. lilt Established IsSJ ufacturers have sought to develop to save
Saturdays and Sundays. hlnsb..douTe at MwA ct -.. ....... new product Ideas that would hours of driving and
And with the continuing rapid growth of the E1;doeThursday:: :3itor Pub1Ii1i er catch the consumers' fancy walking. Do you have a checking

state, bringing with It an ever Increasing and more Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Mixing butter other to capture things with peanut account?
new
complex burden of statewide governmental and financial Walter Lee Olive ...... Advertising Manager Sa being explored The manu'flavors...

problems for the legislature to study and 'George T. (Pete) Wright Sho Foreman urns Insist they cant develop' .

decide, the legislature will agon have to remain In _Bocond_Class Patage Paid At U,. Oat, Florida'SUBSCRIPTION desirable flavor combtnaUons if

__ almost continuous session If It continue to handle Suwannee County $4.00 hey must be restricted to only a
p all local acts as well as statewide problems. RATES_Outside..8uwaan County H.00 10 per crol-of-content margin to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONa' Payable In Advance play around with.
The logical
answer would seem to be to provide
On firm has stated it Is planning
municipal and
county governmental units
f :" with far greater home rule powers.. MEMBER OF w to aaarktt a peanut butur- COMMERCIAL
and-JeUr ANKPACE
a concoction In an aerosol .
Salaries of an elected county officials, including Florida FTCM AssodaUoa8UWANNEX coumW dispenser. Make ne think of -

; district Judges should be made uniform the question "what do you get i I III
COUNTY LIVE
;' throughout the state based upon the population when you cross an elephant with

bracket of the area served. Chamber of Craunere a Jar of peanut butter LIVE
r 0 OAK.
'r '.". This would eliminate both Inequities and the "An elephant that sticks U the FLORIDA
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THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PACE THREE


'. (91 g/l'l l 4i t Mrs. Long Local I At Local St>\ wing Contest Here and There )4,1

: Contest Winner I ) ,r ..}w I"W -" i
Mrs. Wayne Long wu winner ,10...:;, Mr. and Mrs. Louie C. Wads.worth
in the Junior Woman Club sewing .
will spend the week end In
contest which was held In UM Tallahassee with their daughter
WOMeNCLARA home of Mrs. Rich Capell Friday :,1 Miss Charlotte Wadsworth, and
night Mrs. Long will representthe Mr. and Mrs. Horry Hair Jr. On
local club In the district sewIng M .. Friday they will attend the PSU
contest In Perry on March 10. '
Flying High Circus. Miss Wads-
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Other contestants were Mrs. Ernest 1 l \ '. worth spent the past week end
Sellers And Mrs Capell. here with her parents.

Alas Roberts Mrs. Long wore a black shantung Mr. and Mrs. Our Brannan and
double-breasted Jacket the .
Mr. and Mrs Thomu Zlpperer
slim skirt had gathers In front., A visited Mrs. Steve Denmark tn
The low scoop blouse featured a Jacksonville Tuesday,
+ polka dot. bow of whipped' cream.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmarkand
Mrs. Long also made her hat of
black shantung trimmed with the' granddaughter Deborah Sue
polka dot. I' Ooff of Jacksonville spent from
.r -- a Friday until Sunday visiting Mr.
Mrs. Sellers modeled a three;
and Mrs. T. J,
piece suit. The open jacket and At the left are the three judges for the y Zlpperer.
straight skirt. were of pink silk: Junior Wemsn's (lab sewing contest held at Ut, Those visiting Mr, and Mrs.
and flax the blouse was of shades hens ef Mrs Rich Ca fU .last Friday night.Left Thomas Zlpperer Sunday were
and white. Mrs. Capell Mr and Mrs. Ouy Brannan. Mr.
of
pink
i .. right are Mica' Ida llarrls. Mrs Earl .
and Mrs. Ralph Hart and daughters
wore a pale green and white silk
I Walthrr. ...cI.l\lra. R. C, Break Jr. Contestantsat
and acetate tweed sleeveless two' Christine and LaDonna. and
piece dress, featuring a .-haped the right are, left te right Mrs Rich Captll. Mr and Mrs Orover Zlpperer.
r front seam bow trim round neck Mrs. Wayne Long, winner and Mrs. Ernest Miss floes Bass F8U student
line on loosely fitted over blouse Sellers (Democrat Staff Photo) spent the week end with her par-
tai y'N and straight skirt. He hat was of ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bsss.
Miss Jill McMullen who Is attending ..
, green.
The contestants were Judged on Women Golfer To Mrs. Itlnl Circle Junior Club Will Florida State University

appropriateness of costume Tor Meet Friday 11:30 Hoatcsa Kecently Meet Thursday B/8gt. and Mrs. Alva OetwSwatford
r daytime wear; becommgness to The Wemen Golfers ef the Mrs. Sherrod Bird was hostess and family spent last
wearer; style suited to figure Sawaanee. Oomntry ask will to. Circle One of the First. Presbyterian The Jinler Woman's Ct.b (i week here with his mother, Mrs.
type: fabric suited to pattern and will meet tonight (Thurwlsy). Ella Mae Swsfford. SIt.. Bwsfford.
Church
meet Friday at the club ho* eat Monday.The
Individual; color becoming to Individual lliSI for their Untheon and program was on the Surest.ins ... for their Marsh revered dish formerly of the 0. S. Air Force.
; all over fashion effect; supper and busmen meeting.An was enroute from Drnver Co' ., to
business mmtlng.llMUMeo verses 1 thru U, chapter 3.
good taste and general Impress election of officers. will he
for luncheon will Mrs. R V. Hutchlnson will be Cape Ms. N. J. Mrs Bwafford
lion; fashion awamtM In terms held and Mrs, AI Wilson president will remain In Live Oak and Lake
the next circle hostess.Klwli
U Mrs S. T. McDowell. Mrs.
of falblon'IocI.,; attractive color U. urges all members .. attend. City for the next eight weeks and
Airs
John Hampton Jr. and
co-ordination and workmanship then Join Bgt. Bwsfford In At
Jones.Literacy
of each of the four divisions receiving Jack Supper Saturday Mrs Frank latch Jr. will fte lanta. O*., where he win be stationed .
a total of 35 per cent each. At Howling Park Church In charge of the program and with the U. 8. Coast Ouard.
Judges for the contest were will present MI. Alice Jones. of Mr and Mrs John Lee and
Mrs. Eart Walthrr, Mrs. R. C WorkshopTo Saturday, March IS, a fish supper the Florid Fewer and Light. children Icons* II and Martha
Brock Jr, and Miss Ida Jo Harrison. will be held at. the Church of Co.. who will give the programn returned to their home In At.
Hr Held hereAn God floating Park beginning at elfeet ef light and vale lanta. O*., Monday after visiting
Also present. were Mrs. AI Wilson assoclat anal literacy workshop five o'clock. Swamp cabbage will a Mr. Lees parents, Dr. and Mrs.
club president, and Mrs. conducted by the Rev. and be served at the supper with the i (Renew Your 11II,110111, O. A. L ..
'\ Frank Putch Jr, first vice presi.. Mrs. Waldo Wood of Oslnesvllle fish.Herritighonc. ____H _.
will be held April '. I, and 1. from US
1' dent.Mrs.. Capetl served refreshments g until two o'clockn the Educational .
following the contest. Building of the First Baptist Weave
Church of Live Oak. The new fashion cottons will THREE BEDROOM HOMES
For further Information wilt appear In ribbed or herringbone
Mr*. IVnuel Giurrh Mrs. O. D. Furyear of O'Brien or weaves for suits textured In quilt. Brick Veneer One Two Baths
Circle IIoAtraft Mrs. O. A. Lee of this city. has and bark weaves for 12..._.. or

tft I The Helen Mssters Circle of FHA or CONVENTIONAL
the First Baptist Church met
.1 Monday afternoon In the home of Financing
.. I BEGINNING MARCH 4
Mrs. H. O. PenueL Mrs. O. B. SMAU DOWN PAYMENT
Dees circle chairman opened the
.. Mr. aM Mr*. Lei Roberta ,,_Dee UM .*..gea e.t ef thVtrDaeghUv meeting with a prayer WE WILL CLOSE: THURSDAY AFTERNOONS. Located In Edgewood Subdivision.

Blenda ",_tte. .. Donald. ....., Warner .n of Mr. Mrs. Penuel. program chairman AND HE: OPEN
and Mr*. Joha U Warner ., llsnevtr. ft. presented the program. ALL DAY SATURDAYFOR SELECT YOURS NOW

TIM brlVle t was gradest from SewaatBee 'High feheol Refreshments. were served to THE CONVENIENCE: OF OUR CUSTOMERS Contact
the sit members and one visitor
sad attended North Florida haler College .la .......* aad HardingCollege
present.
|. ftetrtjr. Ark. fthe. .b ... redding !. Jacksonville. The meeting was closed with a Langford Builders Supply W. G. MULLINSPhone
Mr. Ware** WM graduated free* WUuasBoea Trade School lat prayer by Mrs A. R. Murphy
Media F*. after which he was tal...,.. with BtfMUs Cor**, for Mrs. Murphy will be hostess for 362-2057
two years. Its Is serving In Ike Nary attached U Falre n... the,April meeunl.U. | "....... IL. '.L Phase 352.!173
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... deplored U Sleily.TW I
THE WAY-ouT fabrics for -
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weMelmg win be ...*.....d at tM .... ee J ly It la evening dresses are Moroccan bro-
... U*. Oak no.r.h .. Chrirt. ......_ t4 fr.ra4i of tk* .*..!. ead. knits .. ovory II.1nd..rt auks
are UrlU4.. wild silk from India.

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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 11. 1963



On New Idea Press Day Honor StudentsFor Local Girls To 11\nOUl..._ I'r.hen Howell Honored On BirthdayMiss and yellow ty Jerry Carol Lee Phillips Scarborough Bill Hardy Sandra David Terry Moore, get,,'

in green Donnie
,
Attend Girls StateThe Gretchen Howell, daughterof decorated yellow cloth erance. Pat Bell. Alton Sev
with a :
covered Bush .
Farm Editor Praises Hospitality Scholastic American Legion Auxiliaryhas Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howrtl on, was and overlaid with a white hand Cheney, Scott (, DoYle Andy
honored by her parents BelL Larry lite AlaT
selected two local girls to attend was crocheted cloth. : Howell
While Visitor Here In DecemberFavorable Girls State in Tallahasseethis her sixteenth birthday Wednes- Guests who enjoyed the occasion Carry Liter, Dann Bell
home 811
3. at her
Achievements summer. day night. March with Miss Howell Included Terry, Johnny Ftesell. Kim
Mill.
this Becky Olll, daughter of Mr. near Branford. During the evening Ware, Charlotte Fletcher ere Christy Howell. Eddy
comment continues to be made about after : Peggy Roberta.
and Mrs Leon J. and Mary games were played OtendaHaas W. M. Boone Dennis
._ ,,_ Gill Carolyn Scarborough. Howeh
result of the sales conference held here in De- .u. h ,, presentedwith Bob.
area as a was
Alice Daniels, daughter of Mr and which the honoree Lee. Gloria Davis, by Koon Mr. Martha
cetnber by the New Idea Farm Equipment Co. of Cold- r I Ii i Mrs J. B. Daniels, will attend the many lovely gifts. Barbara Howell Myllnda I Mr. and Mrs. w r Bell and

water, Ohio meet scheduled for June 11-18. Refreshments of cake, punch, Janet Land Kathy Griffith. grandparents of the honoree Howell'

Latest to come to our attention is the Rural Gravure potato chips, nuts, and mints were Carolyn Virginia Corbin, Sue Carrol Martin Chaperones for the party

March 1865 Farm and Home section ,, i A man with an ax to grind served. The refreshment table cake, Linda Flssell Karen Collins, Mr. and Mr. W. M. Howell sere

which appears as a supplement during April and May : ought to turn his own grindstone featuring a three-tiered -

In top country newspapers The New Idea demonstrationswere 4 \, -- =:::
thruout the nation. The one sent held 85 miles west of Jacksonville
;
this newspaper Is from the James. near Live Oak, on a farm ".',,, ,' : zPY4r: o For Sale-Real EstaU

town Sun and la marked Dakota operated by a big, friendly guy L : : I

Magazine Edition. I, named Calvin "Billy" Barrington.His 1,1t&& : I j I I.j.. e.PPO FOR SALE Modem 3-bedroom,

The article was written by Bob I cornfields were destroyed bya ,tJIMMY ,,, ,, ", I 'N/TY home, carport central heat
Murphy, farm and home editor of September rain that poured "" -- c-o: ;;; Near school. Large lot j B

the section who was among the 18.6 Inches of water on the fieldsin Wilson.,83'1 Blackburn Ave'
writers here Press. Day Decem- but his crop Automotive Phone 362-1482.
on 11 hours, soybean HELP WANTED For Sale- pdJj 39..i
ber 11.The. was amazing to those of us who

article filled page five of knew little about the fast developing LITTLE ADS WANTED A neat dependablemaid FOR SALE 1959 Chevrolet Impala -
FOR SALE
the section and had streamer grain production of some experienced. Call 362- convertible, clean, good :
,
headlines, Farm and Home Edi- areas in Florida. BIG RESULTS 2838. Cbjj 43.44 condition, power steering radio, Brick veneer home located Sherwood -

tor takes trip to Jacksonville. His soybeans ran 18 to 30 bush- heater new tires. Call Carol Forest. 3 bedroo I and
There were six pictures used with els to the acre with no weed con BUYSELI-EXCIIANGE WANTED A housekeeper to Davis 362-1544 or 3621480. M bath, electric heat IM S
the feature, one of which showed trol.and if Billy would kill off Whatever the purpose, yen will live with elderly lady. Will pay pajj 43 years small down payment
Billy Barrington of this county quite an infestation of coffee find Democrat classifieds. do salary. Call 362-2407 days and price 815.000. F. H. A finance Z

talking over the situation with bean, crabgrass and lagoon grasses the job, quickly and weU. 362-1147 nights. cbjj 43.44 available to qualified buyer

Blair Williams general managerfor he should get 5 bushels more. 0 FOR SALE
and
New Idea. The* other photographs The soil was obviously richer than DEADLINE FOR INSERTION HELP WANTED Men 4 bedroom home 2 bath living .
showed New Idea machinery In many parts of Florida but had ELLIS' 5:0 PJH Tuesdays women In good health. Men FOR SALE New and use( room dining room kitchen
FOR RESULTS education 9th grade or better, Frier Music Co. Nortl. good location
In action on the Barrington received no special treatment. LOW RATE pianos known as the
farm. Barrlngton fertilized heavily as Clyde Arthur (Jimmie) Ellis I 34 cents per word, with a age 21 to 60. Women, education Ohio Ave.. Live Oak 362-2188. "Dr. Price Home", price

Murphy had this to say about they must do throughout the was the recipient of a CLASP tuition minimum of f 1.00. 11th grade or better, age cajjtf reduced to 812,600. terms no.
can
his visit to Suwannee County: south banding 300 pounds per scholarship awarded at the (AU classified most be paid In 21 to 65 Write or contact Per be arranged
Suwannee sonnel Department at Sunland FOR SALE AH sizes Of tarpaullins -
annual banquet of the
In December we went to Jack. acre of 9.18.27. advance)
County Club of the University of Training Center P. 0:Box 1150, guaranteed not to leak. 3 bedroom
sonville, Florida along with editors Billy wasn't sure the soybeans home two bath
FREE
ONE WEEK tf nice
held Fla. cbcf 43.44 Ottls Brown Motor cdjj .
of 25 major farm papers, to needed all that nitrogen but putit Florida Alumni Association! Classifieds ordered for five Gainesville lot, ...500. cash
see the unveiling of New Idea's He has cropped the here last week. These scholarships Used
on anyway. the week., run the last week free. COLORED HELP WANTED USED MACHINE SALE -
new, improved version of the Uni- for eight rotating rye are made possible through .95. 80-acre farm. 83
land years of the $4.00 will pay for a. 28 word Clean house Friday mornings Singer portables, start at $9 acres tillable, 3-
alumni
System. A most interesting trip corn and soybeans. The soybeans contributions of advertisement for five weeks. Must know how to clean, be dependable Singer Co. Lake City, Fla. Call bedroom frame house 4" deep
from several standpoints.The smaller than our midwestern University of Florida through Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds and honest. Apply at 752-4081. cab tf well with electric pump all un

weather was cloudy but product, were sold. In Valdosta, their local clubs.Following for Proven Result. 616 White Ave. on Saturday. der fence, graded road frontage,
warm, a nice comfortable 70 degrees Georgia for 82.45. award of the scholarship cbjj 43.44 FOR SALE One M John Deere H mi. from state highway, 24
The area was recovering A big feature of the trip was the Dean Robert C. Beaty assisted tractor and all equipment including mi from Live Oak. term seal
from a severe freeze, Hurricane hospitality of the local people. Bill Maughan, local club FOR RENTA WANTED First class carpenters power saw. Bargain able.

Dora and heavy rains. The tourist Sheriff Duke McCalllster put on a president, in awarding certificatesof at U S. Post Office In Live price. Call 362-2933 or 963-

business down the coast In Miami great feed with barbecued beef recognition from the University nice house for sale and a nice Oak. George E. Jensen, contractor 2743 cajj tf PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor

was swinging into high gear but it catfish fresh from the Suwannee of Florida to 13 high school 2-bedroom place for rent. Call Inc. Apply at job. We are 406 S. Ohio Ave
was still winter to the people of hushpuppies and the works. Fresh juniors for outstanding scholastic 362-2039 or 963-2743. cajj tf an equal opportunity employer. FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer Live Oak. Florida
Jacksonville, busy working on orange juice from Florida boostersfor achievement. Students from cajj tf chain saws, parts and service.
mobile
beachfront and cottages as we do everyone. Signs all over Live Branford High School were Peggy FOR RENT or Logging supplies, hooka, clamps, e tt

in the resort areas of the midwest Oak welcoming the visitors. Many Ware Cathy Chandler Charlotte homes. Plenty of room. Nice bows, bar, and chain Repairfor
SALESMAN WANTED
Fletcher, Betty Lee Jerry Scarborough and clean. Good well water. most small gasoline engines (Office Sapptlt at McCrtowsn

Jimmy Fletcher and Lake for fishing and swimming High paying sales position now Tyre's Saw Si Engine Service,
Karen Roberts while Suwannee Morgan's Trailer Park, US 00 Electric Service Co,
available with Jackson's of Percy formerly FOR SALE 200 acre farm J'4'
High School was represented by West Live Oak, Florida. Phone the largest furniture, marine 905 8th St Your small engine miles south of Live Oak on C3
J.
HACKER Jacquelyn Ratllff Harvey Oil- 382-3018. pcfdj 19-19 appliance and Jewelry center headquarter cadj tf 129. See Alvin W. Hurst Rt l

more, Rebecca Qlll Marjorie In North Florida Salesmenare Box 183, Lire Oak '
2-bedroom downstairs ccjj 41-4
FOR RENT FOR SALE Regular size electric -
Dees, James Kent, and Phyllis -
now earning 8100-8125 a
apartment and 1-bed hot water heater., Works
Howland.
week In similar positions plus
1965-86 elected at room upstairs apartment. Call perfectly Removed to make
Officers or
vehicle with and oil Con- HORNE
gas REALTY CORP.
cajj tf
the meeting were Dean Lewis, 362-2208 tact Jackson Furniture at once room for larger one. Price 820 .

SignsSERVICE president; Ernest Sclers. vice FOR RENT :2-bedroom furn- for personal interview. Applicant Bee at Bachelor Cabins on Win- BRANCH OFFICE:

president; Mrs. Warren Tedder ished house at Suwannee must be willing to resideIn derweedle St. between Nehl Sie W. Howard St.

Jr., treasurer: and Mrs Curtis Springs Apply at 20T Helven- Perry, cdcb 43.44 Bottling Co and Gull Oas Station
Koon secretary: They will assume lion St. or phone 362-2835. pbch 42-43 GEORGE B. DEES

office April 1. tf AaMcUte
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Dr. E. T. York, provost of agriculture MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS BUILDINGS Butler all metal,
Furnished panelframe building! and sheds. Phone 362-1688
at the Unlverlsty was FOR RENT garage
guest speaker He emphasized the apartment, 2 bedrooms. 108 Ideal for shop, storage equipment -
TRAILER LOTS
104 'N, PINE AVE. college of agriculture' role In the Shelby Ave. Phone' 3621420. etc. GRAIN BINS But- Small Down Payment
development of Florida's atrlcul- Mrs. L. M. Kent.pdU, 40-44 MONEY for your farm operations ler bin and drying equipment. Euy
at __tale _&. Term BPRAYIRS! -MayraUi one and image:;
Univur-
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lures 1w' .WfNH''IIC'M City O** .
' < 4irif ) i \ FOR RENT 3-bedroora house to fit your need Loans up to two barren ,
Live Oak .& Only Complete slty's agricultural programs, York sprayers with 3- Electricity: Available I
I 7 Call
and :2 acres good garden apace years. North Florida Production
point hitch galv. .
r pointed out that the teaching drum, .wlvelroW' l -
SIGN SHOP- Credit Asm S. Ohio
Available at once. Wellborn, .
function repre.sented..only about Ave. Live Oak. Tel. 362-2588. crop drop Call T. E. Mc-
10 cent of the total effort In Fla. Call 362-1882. pct 42-44 Call 93S-4302 Branford 80-ACRE3 LAND I
BEING IN BUSINESS HERE SINCE 1958 per e be-tf 63 Acres in Cultivation
agriculture The other 90 per centIs FOR RENT Cottage-apart pfcb 42-46 Permanent Waterhole \

O COVERS FIVE COUNTIES e made up of a research and development ment. furnished, gas heat, dec- !, VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE: Frame house and Nice Building Site I
function. 8 ML from Town
trio kitchen, carport. Privacy Machine, machlneleas. and cold 14 runabout trailer and 30 Good Graded Road I

assured. Two adults only. Call wave permanents* given. Operator hp Johnson motor. May be seen 89000 1/3 Down ,
ALWAYS \
AT YOUR SERVICEJUST local dignitaries joined us for 362-1164 after 5 pjn. or weekends Annie H. Mill. Myr at 117 Van Buren St. Call 363- ,

lunch. Radio people, Chamber of ell tf tielW.., and Mary Drew 2403. cajj tf
DROP A CARD-OR 2-BEDROOU HOUSE
LETTER Commerce officials, one County &.trlht. Manicurist Ruby
I WILL CALL ON YOU Agent his assistant. FOR RENT fl-room furnished Sanford at Annie's each Thursday Spear gun*, diver'* masts, swim Nicely Finished
house on Darrow St. Phone 382- Financing Available To
These Florida people could 42-44 Friday, and Saturday. fin*. Most anything for the manor Right Party
2637. Cbjj
BETTER QUALITYAll teach us midwesterner about hos.pitality eaaltf woman that like to dive or Good Location {j

Types Of Sign Work and how it pays oft The FOR RENT: Small furnished swim. Picnic Basket. MACK'S $3300Partly I

farm editors boarded the big Eastern house on W, Fifth St. Call '83- SPORT SHOP. Phone 342-

' Across Street From Suwannee Democrat Airlines jet north with real 2653. cajj 43 ANY TYPE 1305. pdjj 43-41 20-Acre

regret. FOR RENT Downstairs apartment. MEMORIALWORK BOATS with lire weD 13 ft. Cleared

Large and comfortable Q:' "4.11. Life Jackets adult', Completely 2-Bedroom: Pin Home Pearled

with front screened porch and 9393. children'. $3.25. Life Modern Bath
private bath and entrance Call cushion from '2.111 to '4.11. 4 ML To Churches. Store
362-2164 or 363-1295. call tf DONE Coast Guard approved. MACK'S 13 Mt To Live Oak
SPORT SHOP.! Phone 3631305. 86000_ 81500 Down
Granite! Marble Bronze pdjj 43-47 Easy Term On Balance _
I HELP WANTED Phone 362-3333

Buick LeSabre with Wildcat power. LIVE OAKMONUMENT MACK'S 363-1305.SPORT SHOP Phone 73 acre on the river with nw

WAITRESSES: WANTED Must Zebco spinning reels house 915.500. Good term
be over 21. Apply In person between CO. and rode tram $60$. Fishing -

C"; the noun of ..12 ajn. at Homer Sanford Rep.JNCOUK POles from 411e up. Paddkg from 80 acres 5H mile BW of Li"

Holiday Inn Restaurant. Lake 'US up Rubber boots from Oak. Fenced and areas-frnred.

Its quiet voice delivers City. caej tf 'US pro up pd1143.47 Over 75 acres cleared. Tobacco
TAX RCTUKNa allotment and corn beat tit-
CURB HELP WANTED NOW Individual. Farmer' A Badness Everything that looks to the 000.
a most persuasive message. Age 18 to 40. Apply In personA New Perm"' This Year Also future elevate! human nature -

..,. . A W Drive In. eaU tf Flood Damage Deduction-: LctlUa E. Landon. 40 acre adJoen, !" \\u.
,
: : BROWN'S BOOKXEEPINO
$12400.
WANTED Waitress. Apply at

,1'1 1, ';', Dixie Grill. tail tf SERVICE: For Sale-R 4j Elute
723 Weller Are
aparUnmi
Large bowie with I
'. ..."I.. .. ". ,
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'
\ ,, .\ person at the Colonial house FARM AND TIMBER LOANS an rented.' Excellent k**"*
,\
... ::.: ;: Restaurant. I." and 1)8. No CANT BLEEP: AVAILABLE: 12000.

phone call. cajj tf NERVES JITTERY: For information, can or aee:
L .:: Need tranqulUxtngr Tiny Yellow PAUL A. BYRD Ideal retirement home \wo
Man with ear for wen established DORMA-REST Capsule* can help 408 8. Ohio Ave. bedroom, rood location. IT-**

Insurant debit, Live Oak arc*. you atop better Keep you relaxed Live Oak. Florida'

Prefer married man from age Free' from tendon. MU- Phone 363-1389 WINSTON J. ROGERS.: RJW:
25-80. Starting Income guaran- lions have been o4d. 34 Capeuk aU Phone 382-1518
teed. Call 7520261. Lake City 9M. Available at Live Oak Drug e41
or write A. B. Messer Sr. P. O. Co. pear 41-43
Box 404. Live Oak. for appointment

ccgh 42-44 BRUCE DAY NURSERY ,
Child care by day or week
BALES REPRESENTATIVEWANTED Monday thru Friday'

Metropolitan Ute ass 5JO pm. F'\REVER\
ha opening for salesman In Can 343-3487 for rate \

this area Starting salary open cfbe 43-47 d
t depending on sale experienceand +

, qualification to 8800 per YOUR colored e 10 PHOTO Rand 'IeJeriep ...." tvtt4 it,. steeagel eI gi..P
I' ; month. Complete training pro In oil only 83. Offer
gram. Insurance Program and expire May 31. INS. Leave at CAN SAW YOU 25%

Retirement Program, Contact Hunters Rexafl Store er *ee M own coMnnaut. cnonucnoNTHI tIIDCICIc 1

A tenon 8V, Valdoata 0. TtL Chaa. A. Taylor. RL 4. Box 188. -. rml'FOayj ...."........ B
Phone
Metropolitan Uf. 101 N. Pat- 382-2393. paje 43-3 ... .
I .ss --- .ssM
343-044. cad tf INCOME TAX art'ORNa- ..........
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; 'Or > Brawn Bookkeeping Service. .........
\ ,START A RAWLDGU BUSI ... .......seb1011
NESS. Real opportunity now for 723 WeUer Ave. pdjj 43-47 ._a,w y p.....d s.p.,,s..d.. s.y .

KS TOM LOCAL WTHOWOB NICK OccuR AUTMOtUO lUlU OCAUI M TW1 MCA:, --- permanent, profitable work In MOOIU WI1N amaM RlVA1IONIQ
.,. r r '-'J 8. Madison Co. or 8, Columbia WANTED tis,.ee NCMA1Ot
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'DIIfac'taBIRK1'ca
Co. See or write John W. Solder -

::'a MOlT BUICK CO. US. Highway 90 West, Liv ri Oak, FTa. RL I,'Mayo or write Raw- 'WANT TO RENT One er two : BAKm Live 4hk iL
I Men FA B 291 2*. MemphIL7siw. acre tobacco. Can 'Woodrow

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THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK; FLORIDA PACE FIVEWOM&N ji 1;

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.@ (9f 9/J t e/le4f t& =_ =_=_ Will Dance In Ballet Here and There 1 __ Gets DAR Award_ With Miss Stoke Bridal Feted Shower


Miss Sheila McDaniela and Miss
Mia Mary Evelyn Stokes whose
:. Carole Ann Lyons student at
i marriage to Willie Ray Hunter of
North Florida Junior College
: Lake.City will be an event of
spent the week end In Gainesvilleand
f March 19 was the inspiration for.
attended Spring Frolic on
a bridal shower last Thursday
Saturday night at the University
fits. evening In the Blue Room of the
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society, Editor of Florida.Mrs. A N Suwannre Hotel at which time
Sheered Bird and Mrs y
to
Mr. Nlela H Broraen and Miss
Clayton Baa attended the San
Maren Brorsen for
entertained
Bride-Elect Party Roy Sullivan Woman's I I I Francisco Ballet Saturday evening *
at Florida State Universityand her.A
Honoree Saturday Club Speaker Friday sit were the guest of Miss Rose pink and white motif was
Miss LeNtU Phillips. Mrs. J. Mrt. J. Marvin Phillips Sr.' BaaL carried out. Arrangement of

Marvin Phillips Sr.. Miss Elaine chairman of the Public Affairs I Mrs. Frank Flitch Sr, returned pink camellia were placed at
Dennis and Mrs. Braxton Dennis andConeervatlon of Natural Resources I last week from Nashville, vantage point around the room.
entertained Saturday with an afternoon department of the Wom 1 Ttnn.. where she had been visiting The punch bowl was placed on
party for Miss Bobbl an's Club. presented Roy Sullivan her brother-ln-lsw and sister, the buffet and surrounded with ,
Brabham, bride-elect of April 3, recreaitonal director who sitLt Mr and Mrs. A. L. Jacob Jr. pink camellia and green grape I
m the home of Mr*. Dennis. spoke to the club at their meeting Tallahassee spent the week end The bowl was flanked by pink It
On the serving table a bridal Friday noon. Mr. Sullivan gave here with her parents Mr. and topiary trees of pink rose buds.

arrangement of white azaleas lily an Informative talk concerningthe Mr. J. L. McMullen. Mr. and Mr. The refreshment table was covered I_
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of the nIle1,'and white satin wedding recreation department and McMullrn' will spend Saturdayand with an Imported cloth of ;j
bell In a milk glass! Jedestal told of plan and projects for the Sunday In Tallahassee and Miss Elisabeth Jackson, seniorat lace and linen square over pink. 1
fruit.bo.l..u placed. Other arrangements near future. Sawannee IUh School lau Silver trays of cookie, and CI'J"
of Pink Perfection The luncheon music was furnished received the DAR G.od ClUsen tal compotes of mint and nut
camellia and white azalea were by Mrs. R. L. Brinkman and ___ Mrs. Muagrove Honors Award which. I* presented each were on the table.

used at vantage point in the Mrs. Wra. R. Slaughter.It Husband, Sister At Tarty year te a senior ty the Daagh The gift table was overlaid witha
home. was announced that Mrs Ed Mr. ef the1 American Revelation.The linen
Walter Musgrove Jr, entertained ten pink cloth and centered
" A Mis Brabham received slim Kent would represent the club at r Sunday afternoon from award .la eased .n depend with a compote of pink camellia
in her chosen pattern from the the district sewing contest to beheld Mree until at Invited Mini.
-thtrty five-thirty ability, service leadership and were Nancy Me-
hostesses. in Perry on March 10. Mrs. her home Road Keithen. Mr Val
on the Branford Democrat Staff Bates Mr. I
patriotism <(<
"Cokes" sandwiches: Kent modeled a white
Iced party two-piece
I with a neighborhood open house Woodrow Cundlff. Mr*. Fred Bosaerman. -
and other party foods were served. orlon ensemble with matching: honoring the btdthdaya of her rhslel t Mrs Pearl Cannon.. Mill "
Invited were Mr*. 8. M. Brab- hat. husband and her sister, Miss Rose Hedy da-lord. Mrs Fred Olas.
ham, mother of the honoree Mr* Ouests Friday were Mrs Roy BaaL attend the FSU Flying High Cir Mr.. B. W Bees, Mrs Charlie
W C. William, mother of the Sullivan. Mrs. Avery, Miss June The dining table was overlaid cur on Saturday.Mr. Matoy, Mr. T. J. Kennon, Mr*.
groom-elect. Mr*. L. C. SkInner Tullman. Mar. C. A. Webb, and with a yellow linen cloth and centered and Mr*. I. Van Bishop of A. J, Dude, Miss Joyce Oude
sister of the groom-elect. Mrs. J. Miss Jill McMullen. with an arrangement of Jacksonville visited Mr. Bishop's Mr. Wayne Oude. Mr*. Ply Mo
Marvin Phillip Jr. Mr*. Hugh Mrs. Ralph Cox received the yellow gladioli and mums Inter. mother. Mrs. C 1C. Ragan, last Mlllan Mr*. Bill Cooper, Mis
Lamar Nub Jr.. Miss Ann Garri door prtllt.i persed with greenery. Flankingthe week end. Elisabeth: Clay, Mrs. Melou John
Show above three ballet atadcftts el the Marilyn Bird
son. Mia Kathleen McParland. i The meeting was presided"over are flower were the birthday Mr. and Mrs. C. K.: Miller and son. Mrs. Dick Lundy. Mrs I
Se.... .f Daaelng wh win perform Friday sight. .la the SawaeuteoJanlwr
club *
Miss Karen Perry. Miss Eileen by the president Mrs. V. J. '
,
cake embossed In green silver daughter, Carol, of Jacksonville Charles O Nest. Mb Sandra RobInson -
Kunert. Mis Elaine Vann. Miss Smuts. nigh. Aadlterlam at 1:11 p. ax The e* am.en will be .......
tray of sandwiches and a compote gent the week end recently with Mrs. Rodney Robinson
Elizabeth Plttman. Mia Betsy Hostesses were Mrs. 8. T. McDowell talk .! .... Lake, a aerie ./ sole and tree dances lnlerpretint >* of green mints. At one end Mrs Miller's parents Mr. and Mr. Tom Radford Jr. Miss Joan
Ball Mitt Martha Me Farland. chairman. Mr. II. B. a mead U the aeemnMalmrat .f matte of the table was the sliver coffee Mr. R. A. William on the Bran Holme. Mill Ann Fort Mrs.
Miss Carolyn BosweU. Miss Kathy I Wooley. Mr*. Woodrow Dee. Mr*. Mir Alms Ralarl. left win portray Odita. Mill Sandra Aber service and the punch bowl at the ford Road. Charles Odom. Mrs Leon McDonald
Harris. Mrs. Larry Martin Mrs C. W. Clayton. Mr*. R. L. Brink- erombte center, will have the rate .f Frtnc AUcfrlH. and MU other end. Mr*. Evelyn: paten of Irvine, Jr.. Mr*. Herman Williams of
Cecil Dunn. Mia Sheila McDanlel. man. Mr Joseph 0Ia,. Mrs. J. L. Connie ... AtweO. right will take tbe part .f Odette.The Mrs. R. A. Oraff of Orlando Utah I I. visiting her parent, Mr. Madison Mr*. Alan King. Mr*.
Miss Phyllis Sperrlng .and Mia McMullen. Mrs. J. L. Long Mrs. event to bring .*..*.".. by the Girls flab .t RawaaneeHUB presided over the coffee service and Mrs. 11. L. (linn) Vojrle of W. R. Hunter and Miss Judith J

Jo Reea. 'I Oneal Boatright. and Mrs. BID 8cae.l and UeaeU tilt b* secured from clab Member. I and Mr*. Fll" McMillan poured Uve Oak. Hunter mother and sister of the I
a Mauahan.I. punch Miss Nell Bass cut and 14. and Mr*. Thomas T Hart groom-elect from Lake City, t.ln.
I. served the cake. MU Vangl Mo and children. Kimberly and C. R. Hunt of Lake City Mr*. .
1 WSCS Held General Methodist Circle I Mt. Zion Church Branford, O'nrJ'n Mlllan kept the guest book. I Trammrll, of Albany, Oa., spent Frank M. Green and Mia Judy
Meeting Monday Noon I Around fifty called during the last week end here with his parents Greene of Jacksonville, and Miss
[ I Met Tuesday NightMrs. Croup Met Saturday WSCS Joint Meeting appointed hour Mr. and Mr. Dennis Hart. Linda Croft.
of the
j Th. general meeting
The Women'* the, The general meeting of the --
EWSCS of the First Methodist Tom Moore and Mrs John Mt. Zion Christian Church held Branford and O'BrIen Methodist
[Church wa held Monday noon at Wiggins were Circle Pour hostess their monthly meeting a'hi WSCS was held In the O'Brien
|the church with Circle One lunch- e* last Tuesday night at the home church Saturday Bight March .. Methodist Church Friday night.
on hostess. of Mrs. Moore on Ohio Avenue. Tbe men' group met In the adjoining This was the tint joint meetingof
The program. "The Tree Of Mrs. Wiggins gave the devotional building at the same time. the two organisation The
JJe Bean Fruit war led by Mr*. and Mrs. Rich Capell gave Business matter were discussedIn program was on the Organisation I
C. T. Batsden. the program "Christ And The each group. Refreshment were and Twenty-Fifth Annlver II I
Mrs. Aubrey Fowler gave a talk Lift Within", Mrs. Harold Sapp served afterwards. nary of Woman' Society of Chrt* II
n World Federation of Methodist presided over the meeting. The drawing was held for the Dan Service. I
omen. The 12 project of the Present were Mr*. Glenn Dun home made quilt which was won Taking part on the program
(federation were briefly discussed can. Mr*. Frank Brown. Mrs. by Ricky Kunert.Hrenda were Mrs. W 8. Ware Mr*. Wll
if Various member Frank Futeh: Jr. Mr*. Jack Car a. son ..*. Mr*. Peter Richardson
Mr*. T. J. Kennon closed the mlchaeU and Mr*. Bobby Bruce. Shawn Dunn Mrs. liable Hajl. and Mr. Deen.
teeting with prayer. Mr*. Jimmy Hatch war welcomed Other member present were
; Mr*. J. Marvin Phillip preside a* a new member and Mr*. Frank Mr and Mr*. Cecil Dunn of Mr*. Ouida Fletcher, Mr*. O. Z.
William Jr. was a guest of the Live Oak announce the birth of a Jones Min Eater Jo... Min
daughter, Monday, Mar, I, In the
BLUE LUSTRE circle.: Barbara>> Miller Mr*. Harry Well,
Suwannee County Ho .
Mr*. CapeU will be the April ptul.Bh *nd Mite Virginia Welts. > ,
EucnictIAtiPtTSN1t1t109E weighed seven pounds and
boN& Cake and coffee were served al
two and nag been named
ounce
the close of the meeting.
,.,
,w Brenda Shawn Dunn. who.r
ed over the business meeting. The maternal grandparent are
ei...' Dr..... r..M., Circle Two will be the April
a.., u. s. e Mr. and Mr*. C. B. McMullen of "Fortunately for the country
hostess. Live Oat and the paternal grand neither party 1* quite a* bad a* !
parent are Mr, and Mr*. L. W. the other Whets It ...".Earl WU ...;
Dunn of LtnevUe. Ala. on.
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E SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH II, 196Pastor's .


God of the New Testament different
from the God of) the Old I The Trial of Jesus.* ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ,.. .v AIh4I. ........

Testament? Will He work now? a.Ipam..aa.etb.w Mil-tTiM.
Corner Will He work In my life? What
can He do with me? Oh, how we
have limited God.
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God Is 'able to save me from sin.
WM. V. (Bill) PIERCE "Wherefore He Is able also to save
them to the uttermost that come
Minister Live! Oak Church of ChristIt unto God by Him, seeing he ever
liveth to make intercession for 1
them." (Heb. 7:25.: ) The apostle
Is so easy to limit God. We the ground. (Oen. 2:7.: After Paul looked on himself as the
try to treat Him as if He were a the six days of) "creation" God chief of sinners because he had

man. We realize the limit of our "rested from all His work fought against the church of .I --uP' .. u .... y .--... I
own and since we have which He had made." (Gen. 2:3.) --- -
power :
Christ. In
obtaining he said
"made Ood In our own image" we Many reject the Genesis account mercy 8 fon UM Puwnr, Judas MnipIrM AfUr UM awl Clarke red the .*. Out clo UM pl..4 ...... JMM to WkM Jw I* brwsM baton km. for
that God was showing His salva With th. high print to ttray J_ jttpU fo U the Otrdm of Oath.. Undine trW PoUr ctoolM ChrtotthrM MBUMlnf PltaU soaks a way to fro
begin to limit the power that Ood of creation because It is not humanly tion as a pattern for saving others At the f ut JMUI pndleU HI* ktmytl .. __ whoa Jaw ntunw front HI* Urn** ChrM I* _.... udJudu Him. But, trapped by UM uuplraejr..
has by comparing Him to men. possible to create matter If God could save him He and FtUrt dmlali, thm In. pnjmv H. l. ....,... b? Judas, .r- hMrinf thU tuna UM blood. ho.U. focood I* Mndmn J_&-
Man cannot create anything; he But the Genesis record does not UtutM tin Mcmmtnt of the Lort't mud. Mid dMTt l by HUMmtthnr dllclp..... MM/ and bangs hlnwlt UtUwwM.fM7.10. Matthew arll: -aa
could save anybody. (1 Tim. 1:15, .
SupjMiv-MnUlifW M:MS. :11-01.: : GOLDEN TEXT MiU w tlj
can only make something out of claim it is humanly possible to 10.) Jesus said, "lie that believeth
that which already exists. But create matter. Creation Is possible and Is baptized shall be saved."
how different it Is with God: "In I only with Ood. "Through faith we (Mark 16:16.: ) The same power will not force Himself on us.I Retirement Funds Public Workers Show Increase
the beginning God created the I understand that the worlds were that made the worlds and led the When I see how the power of God
heaven and the earth." (Gen. framed by the word of Ood, so people of Israel Is able to save was able to take Peter that followed Florida state and local retire- State Chamber of Commerce reported vate business securities."Payments .
1:1.) Not only did Ood create that things which are seen were The gospel "Is the power of God afar off that denied the ment funds for the benefit of in its Weekly Business Review into the various retirement -
"He also which He had
took that
not made of things which do ap, unto salvation." (Rom. 1:16.: ) Will Lord three times and even cursed yesterday funds during the fiscal
created and "made" certain public employees have Increased
pear. (Heb. 11:3.: ) I you let Him save you by ,obeying and swore when I see that "The total holdings of these retirement year 1963-64 were from three
things. And" Ood said "Let us Not only is the power of God Him? I same man with the boldness on (9 per cent since 1960 compared systems within Florida sources: $45489,000 in employee
make man. (Oen. 1:26.: ) "And
with
seen In material matters but in Is God through with me when I Pentecost telling the multitude a national gain in these stood at 1480,879.000 in midyear contributions; 34347.000 paid In
Ood formed man (f the dust of funds of 94 cent, the Floridain
the spiritual aa well. Abrahamhad obey Him? Will He go through that they killed Jesus with "wick : per 1964. This sum was made .up of by state or local governments.)
been promised that he would life with me? "Now unto Him that ed hands" as he used the keys of $324.988.000 invested in federal from tax monies; and 20.086
Completes Training receive a land for his descendants Is able to do exceeding abundant. the kingdom and later writes two me.We government securities: $50.1111.000In 000 in Interest earned by the Investment
Even though it looked for a timeas ly above all that we ask or think, of the New Testament books I will do great things for God state or local government securities of the funds. "r
F if God had forgotten His people according to the power that worlc- take new courage He may not unless we fall into the same trap ; 191.690.000 in securities "Benefits to retired ,public. employees
in Egypt He was able to lift eth In us." (Eph 3:20.: ) Why Is It use me to the same extent he did Into which Israel fell "Yea, they of private businesses; and $13.- during the year amountedto
them out of slavery. Moses was that we refuse to let the Lord use Peter but He can help me to have turned back and tempted God, 661,000 in cash and deposits. 122,900,000 and former employees -
s called to lead the people out of us? Do not doubt God or His pow pure thoughts, a clean life honest and limited the Holy( One of Isra Since 1960 there has been a who elected to withdraw
bondage. It was through the powerful er. The power of God will work In deeds, and a life of faithfulness el." (Psalm 71:41.: ) We must not gerater concentration of funds in their funds received a total of
hand of God that they were us only If we allow It to work. God if only I will let His power work limit God. both federal government and pri $10.908.000.-
led out. "And remember that thou
wast a servant in the land ol '
Egypt and that the Lord thy God
brought thee out thence througha
mighty hand and by a stretched
out arm: therefore the Lord thy
I God commanded thee to keep the "
sabbath day. (Deut 5:19.: )
IOC OFF !
Upon a thorough study of the
history of Israel who could deny
that God was powerfully leading
guiding, and protecting them?
Joseph believed that his being
sold down into Egypt was for the
Farrh bland 8. C. (FIITNC) purpose of saving life. "Now
Feb. 23 Marine Private CarlE. therefore be not grieved, nor angry -

Marvin. Box M.ion Box of of Mr.Route' and 2, Jiln.Live me hither with yourselves: for God, did that send ye sold me .
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Oak, graduated! Feb 24 from recruit 49:5.: ) Mordecal asked Esther,
training at the Marine "And who knoweth whether thou
Corps Recruit Depot, Parrli art come to the kingdom foruch
Island S. C. a time as this?" (Esther 4:14):
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The training Included drill, God was powerful enough to raise .
bayonet training, physical fitness up people for Ills purposes He .,' ,
parades and ceremoniesand preserved Israel so Christ could
come through the tribe of Judah.
other military subjects. He
Heb. 7:14): Did the God that created -
will now report to Camp Le the world die? Does the God ) ; ;" '
Jeune, N. C. for further combat that led Israel no longer exist? ; ,, 1
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Win First Place At Fair Sales Tax CollectionsIn Thirteen Local Students On NFJC Dean's List

HOMEMAKING IIIGIILIGIITS Thirteen Suwannee County: students Junior College In Madison for the
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'. February Higher were among the 69 making fallaemHter. Students must make
0y 'f.. TALLAHASSEE February the dean's list at North Florida" an overall average of B or betterIn
"'10, I sales tax collections reached $32.- order to be Included on the list.
MISS IDA JO HARRISON
I 618.064.an Increase of I.6 per cent Local students Included on the
Berne Demenstratlea Agent over the same month last year, It Vann Completes Hawk i list released this week were*
was announced by J Ed Btraughn Missile Instruction George Awry: Donald J:. Bass.
SPRING FASHIONS With spring Just around the :: Director of the Revenue Commis I Daniel & Brim. Elaine Dennis
I Last week: Mrs. Ed Howland. corner many homemakeR begin .':::. sion. PORT BUSS. Tex. (AHTNO- Franklin P. Flowers Thomas M.
RhyUla FuhlonoInItute to think of house cleaning and refurnishing This record February: total Pvt. Henry: Vann. 22, son of Mr Harris Ronald W. Howard. Martha -
lid I attended the the home. ,,... based January business, brings and Mrs. Henry: E. Vann of this 1 McParland. Wlllard A. Pat.
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sponsored by: the Clothing Many: of the ladies over the (' collections for the fiscal year. city completed a Hawk: missile tenon Charles T. Shields Nicky
j Textiles Department Florida county are thinking In terms of "' July through February: to 1167.764 .. crewman course at Fort Bliss, Mike Tsacrtoa Jr., Arthur H.
late University. changing their window treat- 051. or 13.48 per cent greater I Tex. Feb 26. I Tucker, and Nelda D. Weaver
I This was a good opportunity forle i ments. Whether you make your .:; than the same period a year ago During the course Vann received a.
glrlJ Interested in Fashion own curtains or draperies or buy Business continues brisk", said Instruction In the preparationand
Id Retailing careers to get first the type of window treatment selected Straugnn. "espe tally: the accommodations firing of the Hawk missile II Canl Of Thank
knd Information from outstand- should depend on the location industries Reliable He entered the Army last October I wish to thank my: friends and
people In their respective: of window, sin of window, factors Indicate the winter tourist and completed basic training at relatives for their cards, flowers
Ids and basic architecture. A major season will continue longer than Pert Jackson 8 C. I visits, and prayers while I was a
o climax the discussions, talks factor In planning window treatments usual The 1MO Suwannee High I patient In the hospital and Dr.
_j seminars a fashion show was for your home la the style 7u I -''If the present pace is maintained School graduate was associatedwith Kane for his services. I remem-
den : of furnishings you have For Instance a i we could wind up June 30 Vann'a Sausage Co., before ber each. of you in my prayers.
| for Informal, provincial or about ten million dollars ahead of entering the Army. van Miss Hattie Platt
the fashions modeled the early American furnishings, an the estimate from sales tax. (Paid Notice)
I of femininity prevailed. The Informal window treatment could .'eeY The 5 per cent wholesale tax I Increase of $21.251 above February U.
leral fashion theme for spring be used. Traditional or formal ..., yield In February: was |91.4<> for 1964 (Office Steppes' at MtCrlmon1)
}>M of softness in color fabric. furnishings can for the more I"
j silhouette. formal window treatments such as .
a Bias cuts are definitely: In wags graceful drapes and pleats
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1 the bodice aa well as bias cut and elegant\ fabrics. .
tat The look In skirts Is one of For window treatments with I
ne... Skirts are fuller to meet modern furnishings, follow the
da of the mobile population same simple sleek lines as the "v
ats of an types are popular ands modern furniture. .f; for grilling
are favorites of many The The correct hardware can be a ,
line of skirts have eased up great aid In obtaining the desired ....' '
iin this spring look In window treatments. The broiling
javortte fabrics for spring In* color for curtains and drapes ,
f e those which are easy: to care should fit In with the over-all ,"I '
durable and comfortable to color plan of room. Curtains the braising.
plus having the added ele same color of walls will camouflage L .
look: which la desired by: problem windows and give
l y. a more spacious effect. In a contrasting
spring look In shoes is op- color or bold design the
lower heels and exciting window treatment can become a
a focal point in the room. I .
he spring look: In shoes Is There are many fabrics available --...-.. .......011 .
nose lower heels and exclU (natural and man-made) for
flora. curtains. Be sure to read labels rbjula .*... a *** In the dress that wn her a fin place
sportswear to evening I for care of fabric and If it Is sun award Ia ..11 st tie FUrUU Rule r..... She receive tap k.oon r
I. prettiness with soft details I resistant and sanforised fee arr. .....ta..l., week In cbthlM with this dress catered In the ,, r '
dominate giving a look that FESTIVE MULLETThe rr.m Dresses DUUica .f the Uemen'a W.rM* ...IWL ; _
ned and flattering. Department of Interior recently Martha C.MwJl .( MeAlpIn placed third In the rarty Dretue ( I
conducted a ...fooclMhool af the CWMrta's Wear DI'...... .rh.U br DaD Slalnrr) I3mu _
and they prepared fish In the following J
way which won the approval l ata
|f you were born fn of those attending. This Is
March of an odd a good) way to serve fish especially -
: to avoid the calories added by: Letters
mberecl year, renew mln i r.Thaw. "f
driven license I pounds frozen mullet TO .
our THE EDITOR
for roasting
fillets. Skin and cut Into serving- f ,
this month. sine portions. Dip fish In 1/1 cup '
French dressing and roll In Hi
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cup crushed cheese cracker Bake In an extremely hot oven MeAtpln. ".. boiling
teece Brown crumbs. Place on a well-treased March INS ,
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too P, for It to 12 minutes or
cooky sheet II x 12 Inches. Dn .. Dear Mr Wadsworttt:
COUNTY JUDGE ale 3 tablespoons melted fat or oil until fish flakes easily when tested As second place winners In the stewing.
over fUh Sprinkle with paprika with a fork Serves '. second annual Buwannee County
Chamber of Commerce Livestock -t r
Promotion Program we would like e
to take this means of expressingour
Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing thanks and appreciation to all
who had a part In any way of this
worthwhile proartM.T .... .
the Chamber of Commerceand
I Special features make thla heavy duty all the contributors to the
team that undobtedly worked long
1 1 I t't 29 gauge Galvanfoed: metal roofing au- and hard In securing such fine

J perior quality at a low, low price. animals: and to the Judges who
f I sprat much of their time In msk-
Ins their decision, we say, thanks
1'1. We certainly do appreciate our
\ W. B. HOWLAND I gift of nine such fine Dunce gilts
.Two of them have already far
akpe o/ GROCERY rowed with eight pigs each
This gift Is a great Inspiration
Mse.. to us to work a little harder to
s Pe..sM. Mayo Road Phone MM235 Improve our livestock and we hope for baking
1 OPEN S.30 A.M. TIL 10.00 P.M. that many other farmer will be ,
3y V.as1.
fi't I,. TM tyre tnee Inspired to do the same
a"P ,l4.1t. T"sh SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Again we say thanks. frying glazing.
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Branford Women Feted likes and Interested only In making No.3 April, U... between.tko'... legal ban of. Agency. M a reeuH of tke Clty'c pars Yon cad each of yon arc .hereby polls do not aukmlt a bent fide bid. meat n.tan -
sly pamaly, cloven .It in tko for*
claim
tllepatieo to any of the alamatloadorograoI fled cod recalled to proeent cay the drawing cod cpectflcatlocc. .
t good citizen's contributionto will lead delegation from the awn and two o'clock In tko. afternoon to amend badgete to Include cud demand which. p... or either. of yon, ten 111 Jape cr more before the dote
At District MeetingThe the community In which they a on amid day, at tko Front Door af tkoTemporary CU Downtown Lions Club of Jacksonville Court Han In live Oak., 10. To .bar aay .." ... ..' the- City Hall McCclloek. ......... late af said hare. their ._.. rcrended Additional.
District Woman' Society earn a living and enjoy life. here. .. ... Count'. rIorId., 1 will r.::: of Live Oak for tajurlcc .. or death, of County to tko County Judge of Sawancoc drawmg-a mar bo procured through tho
of Christian Service meeting was for solo and all to lb. blgbal n daatagoe or fop Couaty Florida, .. kla office to the : .' office' by Contrcctere and
Reginald Scott Is in charge of for sash. I. hand., tko above deeoribcdproparty. = :".soma lass aa tar.r'aed Mad.n Court Hence of acid County at Live 0..., material Declare upon pauasof coat
held last Wednesday In the First No.2 the event for the local club. Parents aa tho property oald. do _II..... of any nature uulaoa writ. Florida within sin (II oalondat month of reproduction. which will wot bo refoacakle. -
Methodist Church of Oatne vme. fandont to aatl.fy said ooo.atton.DUKE ten notice of tko claim, giving tke Lima' from the time of "' tint puhllcctlon of All drawings and ._1'..*.
Barbara 1854-58, compared with 2,203 of those to be honored will : McCALLUTERBkarUf and elreamataneec. out of which the Ibis .011... Each: claim or .....d ahallbo tI_ regcrdlcec. of method of proeare
At this meeting, Miss attend the event. ofBiweanae elaln .eay la glvt or. City to writing, to duplicate. and ....11'' may shall bo returned. prior to .. cl
Miner of Branford and Miss Lot pounds an acre In 1864, an Increase County, Florida Clark or City I ...::r'hewi::. : aiatp atate ,h. place. of _Id.... and poet the time. of hid. opening.A .
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The COOl da,. artat tho tho and shall .
former. resident of of about 46 per cent. o.ostnna of office addreaa of tko claimant eaakter'g check or Bid
tie Green a any .bo .wore to by tho claimant. bin agenter Bead, pnporlp executed to o cum. not
Branford were honored. Miss 1964 crop he noted, was five per NOTICE OIVEN that U. To ..'..,IM tko City to perUcl. attorney, cad a.ysnob slots or ..* loco than S per cent of Baac Bid pay.
No.4 NOTICE
IS HEREBY:
Miller having been recently commissioned cent larger than the 19S4 crop thorn will bo Introduead In too IMS ee.akin .. pate to arbor renewal progroma or etkor > maud not no ,filed. shall he veld.S able. to the Board cf Public Inatnetwnof '
used In 1984 by the local Men of the ... .. ..... local pregrama aponoorod by er to eoopera- / I. D. HENRY Suwannee Couaty meet oeeompcny
although the acreage pm. of tko Florida .1. a lea
with
BRABHAMEaeccterc each ....
to Deaconess was presented _. any agency ol tko Federal ./ BFIVEY M. proposal ae a ._ teat the
or ._laI law providing for tka .n 0.........,.
Miss Oreen was 40 per cent less than In 1954. Church organization under the Fundo accruingannually : Bidder will promptly enter Into' agree*
with gift.
a tlon of all Race Track Dated at Uvo OaK. Florida. talc March. meet to do the work and ,
tobacco direction of R. V. 41-44 foraUh a Per
needed in the Hutchlngson Florid.
County
was presented with the Corsage I "Changes are to Bawannoa ... -1...--. formance cad Payment Bond to the
for Missions honoring her for her program but not a change Ed Haywood is president of the under and.Florida ky virtue Statute of Cbapt.nt0 In ...... ofsze.s00.o0 CITY OF LIVE OAK CALL FOR BIDS of 110 per eeajt of tho. __.. Each cum: .
and III, By BAJIVEV: W. PERRY Sealed] bide will .bo opened ay the proposal when oubmltted
meet bo
who local and dear
farmer full attendance
110.
urged additional
the group a
that .
penalizes an .
to provide .. ..
life long work in missions. City Clerk Board of County Commlalonera of Sawaitnee ly marked on tho cover with the Bid-
from Branford has produced for the market and from the host church. toG.O'0 the Suwannee County County.: Florida II tOO O'Cl.ebA.M. ....'. name cad the nemo of the reject.
Ladles attending rewards those who have not," he Development Authority.: COUNTY NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER March 10. lilt at tko SnweneeCounty The Board -... tho. right to reject
Z. Mrs. BUWANNFK FICTITIOUS NAME Live i
were Mrs O. Jones : Courthoooc to Oek. Florida sap er .11do and to waive coy to* 1
DEVELOPMENTIoUTKORITY
Oulda Fletcher Mrs. W. 8. Ware said.Fuqua the is to No. 5Three B, A.. P. NOTT. Chairmao\ TO NOTICE WHOM Ic IT hereby MAY glvca CONCERN. that: the andorclgned. for one Motor Grader of H' leea than formalltlec.The Board cf Publle 10.,..._ i

Mrs. E. R. Wltherall. Mrs. O. C. said that answer judges used In' the 41 purauaat to the Flctltloua 1IlC'.d.I'.t.; .... may be obtained of ..-..... Coonty, Florida
and let the market be the determining are Name ."" ... Chapter SOOS of Beetle from tho Bowes Covet It.... By HENRY M. FOLSOM
Butler Mrs Wilson Suggs, Critical of the present concert contest one for sightreadIng NOTICE GIVEN that III.... Florida Btotutee, 1011, will neer or from the Clerk of tko Court, m Mperlal.edat1.44
Miss Miller.Methodist. factor. NOTICE IS HEREBY _1._ with the Clerk. of tko. Circuit Live Oak. Florida.No .
schedule of support prices, he said and seven for marching. there will be Introduced In ,....III! local eee.lion Court to end for ........ County. Florida bide received afar the time. and
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that what needs to be done is to Members of the local band who of the Florida ratifying....1.110' confirming. a noon receipt of Proof of Publication Jan ._it.... will be _.IeI...d. The IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT
or apeelal low of tkla Notice the fictitious name.OTTIJ Commlaalonora reaerve IN AND FOR
will take In Bard of County SUWANNEE COUNTY'
solo at
part events BuwaajnoeCounty
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low quality tobacco and validating and legallalnf to-wit I aadto
Women Met penalize tko right to reject rap and all klda FLORIDA IM PROBATE
the of high qual- the district contest and the Instruments Development Authority CortUicola I-, BROWN MOTORS Waive formalltlea sad to re........... Df BBl The Ectate: fED
reward producer of Indebtedneee. dated" January undrr which. we will ...... In kealaeaa.We and to award tke. bid .. tke beet mtereota : ALEXANDER, cloo hewn
With Mrs. FletcherThe ity leaf noting that the support they will play Include: ltd, together with oil Mta p.rforniodd .._, to cagago In ...110... to of SeiwcaKoo Ceualy. Florida. En- EDDIE ALEXANDER M

Methodist Woman's Society between the lowest grades Debbie Gilmore and Amy Zlno- coedlnga taken, bad: done officiate and aid Live Oak. Suwannee Countr: Florida ".,-" eontalnlng bide meat .he eleertymarhed .
prices ber flutes. ky the duly eonatltuted at and. our addreea Ic 100 Wont HowardStreet. on ,... oat.ldo "BID FOR CRAD. NOTICE TO ciDITORS
of Christian Service met Monday and the highest are much too Authority of ...ln.trsuloas.fn.a'' Live Oak. Florida. ER. TO BE OPENED MARCH SO To AB Creditor cod Porn.lada5.

night at the home of Mrs. close together.He Janet Broughton and Mona Board at Publle Florida In connection tberewith. Tke. ..t..., of .....nlllp la .. follow I...", Claam er Dccaoade Agatoat Said &,fatal
J OTT1S BROWN
County
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41.41 Yoo and ash mf h kw
mum e.p
Patterson French horns. il*
Oulda Fletcher in Branford for its said that quality and low '. ALVIN M. BROWN II 1/1'' fled aad reejcbred. to proeent--i..k.wa.Mad .

regular monthly meeting. yields do not necessarily follow. Harvey Oil pore, baritone horn. SUWANNEE: COUNTYDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY LAVAUGHN K. NEWBEKlf II 1/1% NOTICE TO BIDDERS ......... which. r... or either. ofyou.
Playing in ensembles will be : Dated thin tke 4th day of Merck, The Bard ., Publle Icetnetwo ofBuwannee .have cgalaat tko Rctcte
: tap of Ed
Mrs. Peter Richardson. Mrs. E. "Some of my tobacco farmers By A F. NOTT Ckolrman A.D. It's County. Florida will receive Alexander, .... .ban cc Eddie' Aleacadee. -

R. Wltherall and Mrs. Wilson with the highest yields consis- Nancy McDonald Nan Brown, d. i. OTTIS .BROWN aealed bids In the Board Room of the ....-.... bu of odd Coaaty, Hf
ALVIN M BROWN said B...... Agriecltcrel. Building PineAvence
the :
Oayle Delegal and Calvin Rouse County Judge cf Inn Cencaty
Suggs presented a program on tently produce some of our best NOTICE LA-VAUGHN & NEWBEEN Live Oak Florida for '..nlall.I. Florida, at his office. to tho Court: ......
"The New Nations And The Chris- quality Florida tobacco he noted. clarinet: quartet. NOTICE: 18 latroducod HEREBY In tko 5101that .'.4' ... cf all labor and material. to coo. of said County: at Live Oak. Florida,
committee that David Chandler, Janet Allbrit- hero will be Legislature I''r:: or wlthlc ate. (01 ealecdar. eaeotbe from
tian Responsibility"Mrs. Fuqua told the the Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "Sigh School Pine View. of .
the time the tint
spl.l publication cf than
O. Z. Jones, president of the overwhelming majority of ton Marjorie Dees and Jeanie kglilelUm and. .kwallilng ratifying. confirming SuwaanoeCounty TO WHOM OR TRADE NAME LAW Additionfor. l _.... Each: claim or docacad ...... .he
IT
the organization, presided over farmers In his district were opposed Poole clarinet quartet. alldatlng, Florida Building Revenue. Can. Notice' le bay"J..CONCERN thit. the uader.alenod for Live the Oah Bard Florida of Puhllo Inotructle' to the writing-piece. ,of to recMenee duplicate end all shall .ta,.
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Russell Stapleton, Sandra All- tflcatea of Indebtedne. dated. 01. pnreucnt to the fkctHloua ..... poet office
aamoatettHe. ..
the business meeting. to poundage controls aad of 11. County, ddao of tha ."1_." and shall .ha
all .
ecu proseordioss
I. ..... together with Chcpter SOOIt. Section III .
or
Other members present were "While It is supposedly a measureto britton Janet Brougton and taken, bad, done and performedky 0*. Florida. 8ta'.,... I.... will ...1.,... Live bide"Ock for FloridaAll the project wit .. r...... ewer to by the. .101_." bio agent or
Harvey Gllmore brass quartet. lb. duly ....U'.104 official of gold. with" the Clerk. of the Circuit Courts '. -"i.. cay each emlea or demandcot
Mrs. Marlon Parker Mrs. O. C. Increase quality. it penalizesmy until t ...11 P.M. II Marsh IIOI. chell, be ,old,
therewith.S ..... .
eonneotlon and for I. ..
hi County. Florida,
James Ratllff. county up.on cad then publicly evened end reed rn
Walton Weaver. REGINO ALF.IAXDIREaoeutor:
Butler, and Mrs. Fletcher. farmers who are producinghigh / LA VAUGHNII._ SESSIONS receipt of proof of publication of- thin the Bard Room at the Agriculture. !
-. .- quality tobacco for the mar- Charles Morrison and Raymond Cloth. Circuit Court of and the notice the flrtltloel! name towlti Building. Pine Avenue, Live Oak. Florida .....
Coryell. brass Third Judicial Circuit In CRAFETTE BOTTLING CO. .
ket." he added. quartet. for Suwannee County, Florida. under which we will won to buclneee.We Drawlnga, 1lft..,...., fienorclCondltlonc
No.1 He told the committee that Twenty-one bands with approximately ex effleto. Clerk of the Board of expert to eagego Id bedew to end laatructlonc to Ridden. nnnnaut rlautnnnPRESEASON
Commlaalonon, Suwan.* Live Oak. ....... .
Florida and
1300 students County our la Rt.S end Form of Propoaal may bo obtained.
buildings that goes on in the community support prices should be pegged are expected DM County Florida Pet III. Live 0.... Florida from G......... Drab I Pattlllo. Architect. ,
and It is easy to see how on what the market desires. "If to participate Saturday.H. II The extent of owa.ship Ic ...11... ., 10* Wool Fenytk at..... Jackaoavllle. .

construction Is providing much ol rewarded the E. Grant is director of the Mr. 1. W. Peueker. 10% Florida Sill!. aad all klda meal Air Conditioner
support prices producer CALL FOR BIDS 1. W. Poacher 10% bo made In eeordonoo therewith. :
the base for the good business of quality tobacco>> and Suwannee High School Band. The Board of County Comml.bnorySuwnana Dntcd thin l.t day of March A.D. till.Slcied Two (I> cote of apeclflcatloaa' end
5 County, Florida, will receive, t drawl.,.. may bo obtained ky any Con.oral .
generally reported the county. penalized those with inferior leaf salad. bide .until lliOO aelork. AM. the, J. W. FooeherMr. eo....._ nuking. c III.00 do-
the problem would rectify Itself" No. 6 ttth day. of March.. A. O. mi, for funs .. t. W. roccher pall per aet at the. office of tke Aebloot. .. Check-Up
The thing to remember Is that he said. Fuqua told the committeethat Ian, etc. for the ......... County. ..... .. which depeajl win .be refeadedto
In the opeelflea.tlon.
peclfled .
1 when the board begins its Courthouae aa the General Contraetorc cubmlltmg
unless this construction continues, with proper support prices plans .. All Intenated hidden con rocetvn IN THE COUNTY JUDCE9 COURT. bone tide hide when ....1... and ._.. r
the In this community is for for the school term that begins act of apertfkettone front Lavaughi IN AND FOR SUWANNFE COUNTY, r....'.... are returned to good condition.Additional .
economy the farmers would produce in September, A .......... Clerk. of tke, Circuit C.." FLORIDA IN' PROBATE complete soda of ....'1..'.....
bound to decrease unless plans are the market and not for a support Live (I.... Florida. The Board reaerveetho IN RR) The E.tate of may .be obtained, br Contraetore and
made and followed that will Increase The chairman said the major right to delete from said Hat any LUCY HALL McCULLOCH. Material Do.lore makmg. c 110.00 de.po.lt .
price. problem remaining for the committee Item and to wnlve formalltloa. and to eeea.ed per eet at the office of the. Arekl.teta. ..
the Income of our farmers lIe also expressed concern about reject nay and all hide and ......rt 1M NOTICE TO CRFOITORS which decocH will bo ..,.....
attract new industry to the the bill becoming law with respect was to revolve what should LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS To All Credltoro and Foreevia Havtof when tko ._tl.....,.... arc returned In
be recommended In the of Clerk. of ,h. Circuit Court Claim er Pimand. Agota.1 Sard Eatotet good _.11..... Oonornl Cewtrcetera who
county expand the Industry we to the 1965 crop. lIe noted that way ......... County, Florida', iftLet
facilities for grades one thru six .... r
now have and Increase job opportunities Florida farmers are now in the
now housed in the Nettle Baisden
for all our people. process of starting their crops and NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION TRY IT! ALL NEW MF 165
School and
at Pine View.
While times and NOTICE le hereby given of Intention
good
are peo- that there is not enough time between -
.,
lees Seccloc tke
the
Plans to
to to apply
are convert
ple are happy is the best time I now and the marketing Pine Viewto Florida Leglalature for the ,..... of The
tractor of
4-pIow all-job the
a senior high school rugged Masaey-
know to undertake huge community season In Florida to initiate such starting on aet, or ecu. to amend or auppM'most
of the of LiveOek Us Put
the Charter City
next and facilities
projects such as new a program since a referendum Is I :year for students Florida, or .U....... by .let Illation Ferguson breed I With new increased-capacity
schools that will meet the most required. now at Pine View must be In each ....10. to provide for one cr Your sWindow $8 95 .'
provided elsewhere. State marc of tke. following i AirConditioner .
rigid standards. The congressman concludedthat depart I. To emend the Charter ., the. City Advanced Ferguson System ihift-on-the-go

There are a number of community under any program Florida ment officials were asked to come of LI.. Oak. Florida, to provide for thepcymcat

needs that can and will farmers want their tobacco to be here to confer with the committeeIn officer of of the extra City aompencatloo for extra-ordinary. to cop Multi-Power transmission luxurious operatingease in top running shape to

be provided if leadership developsto treated as a separate variety, so studying this matter. ........ performed during a period. of and comfort. you'll enjoy cool comfort
time er after o period of omergeacy, fuel-saving power in the 60
guide and direct such projects. that they will not have to suffer NOTICE or LOCAL LEGISLATION! provided ouch. emergoaey I. declared this summer.

Perhaps civic leadership and quota cuts along with those who NOTICE: I. berehy given of Intention by a State or National officer In pur.auant HP class gasoline or diesel. Phone for a dem-
11 .1 to apply to the Ices ....10. of tb. to kin duty tinder- State or Ma'tlonal
dedication is this county's ,reat- are putting over a third of their Florida Leglclature for the ....... of n mwe.S. .
eat need today. Leadership and crop in stabilization by producing Las .. undid or eupplemeat. ,.... T. ratify confirm, .validate and onstration today! PARTAKE NECESSARY
work rat A.to relative. to ...mpe..tIa.o ....U.. all .-._. veMattooo aad. EXTRA
by men and women willingto tobacco that the companies will of .mb.. o4 the Beard of coo .' ovtd pereoaol property
forget personal likes and dU- I not buy. Cowty Cemmle.loneru ol ..... by tha it-al"I.lvo6ah: for twenty tiat
County. Plsida or etharwlie to provldifor /w ad Iashtl. ALLBRITTON BROS. Catalog
tho Member" of tko. Board of Coat: log ,r.7.t'oo'. .R.
..... ....... to receive .. ......."... 1. To ntU sosfirm, nlldao rid SEARS Sales
tlon .... turn ., Three Thonaand Sli, lat.lla lb. ,:.. .d .npediler.n .. ..

What woman doesn't be cool and Hnndrod No/101 <|l.<0000> Pollnnnnnnlly O..r. for Ibs. flaeal' rear bootaag TRACTOR CO. Officeus
want to "collected
nIl
to ko paid. In, euuaf Initnll. till aad adieu ........' VY
gives your travel season a head start with newly minted .....,. of Three Hundnd. No/It t.IoI".I and all 1 prior. ye.ro. W. *.... St.
((11000) Dollars orb ....1.... .. To ..,....1.. the purchaao of eu.plua ..
stripes on a smooth, machine. washable blend of 65% Dated *t Live Oak. florid., property from the United Btatea 2IS W. STH ST. 362-2381 Phono 382.2838 ;

DACKON polyester and 35i Cotton Morris 5, 1011, by orbs of tko B..i:: (Government the. State Government .
or County Commlulonoro aforeaeld.I or Stale ......... without' competitive .
Board of Coa.tr Cemml.ilonerl r
0rr
........ County, ...... bids.To amend tko. Charter provlelon ren .
By LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS .airing competitive bide oaj all contract.cad .
U Clara. pankaaea. by tke. Cite In oxeoca of

11,00000 to provide fee competitive e i+,P'" ', r d yIY i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Of THE blip on oil ceatracU cad pankceeo ky ,
t THIRD JUDICIAL Cgtu.ItIN..tR the City In exeece cf II........ u
FOR SUWANNEE .. Tc provide for frfteen (llr dan .
IDA. notice. ky pabllcntloo'' to atonal two
R o K SUPPLY CORPORATION.LAW. (I) Iccuee of c ......... publUbed one i
n Corporation, weak .past a oil active la
:
Plaintiff.KARKl' tn.al' a ho .I..z.: tho Charteror'any :
f C7 .. ordinance ef the City of Live. .
: RVOnorU. doing b' .1.... Oak Florida
r ... ELMER'S FLECTRIC SERVICE.: T. Tc anticipate aa budget reeelpte.the .
or the Defend. ........ of cay ........ cr ....te
NOTICE Or SHCNIFPS SALE from o. Federcl cr State stay end toamend
Notice la koroby given tka I, Duke budgetc and antkloeU the. proeeede -
girl who MeCnlllator.: ih.rlff of Suweanee Ceeelf, af any ouch mass a* pronto ccaddltlopal
..'. Florida nndor and ky .Irtno. of e writ revenuec cad .. pledge thoaubeoeuenlly
., execution heretofore I..... out of budgeted reeetpu for cay
\ knowsclothes tka oko oanao. hove lot lad apes tlia fol I Tc _.... for the beUIng cf City
lowing '........ .11..'., hrlng and .being. .1M..... en the. flnt Tneeday after tho
In Huweanee County, Florida M-wltr tint Monday In cad eo the flralTueoaay
W tic of iW% of Seelloc IT. after tho third Monday to Map
i =U of Nay' of Sentim II. at the sass has no State end Gnus:
H of NWTewnehlp of Sauna !4. nil InS ..........
Sooth. .a.... II Got .. T. permit the. Ctty or e..,,. to .. ,
..-... County. ...rid.. partfeipato to cay Federal ee Stole pro. .r
Ao tko property of tko above no mad ,..... to antlclpeto oe reveewo fuoereceived ..> .
..' ..d.... nod that .. tko Itk doy ./ ... from cay Federal or Male

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; Emily Honoree: Mrs Mathis.Harriett Saturday Mrs.Knlghton.Lillle Barnett.Mrs Sunday Branford .


SYWM D !! T Johnnie Mrs Elsie Pare Etta; Knlghton Saul Drawdy with honored and a baby Mrs Mrs. Baptist Church

y shower Saturday at the home of Revival services will be held at t
of LIVE OAI Mrs. Johnnie Knlghton at 7:30 the First Baptist Church of Bran-
ford March
p.m. 14-21 The Rev. Ellis
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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 VOL.. 80, NO. 43 received by Mrs. Drawdy, Mrs evangelist.
-.- Msthls. Mrs. Barnett Miss Barnett For many years R v. Turner j
and Mrs Harriett KMghton pastored churches In Northwest I
I Will Cele\tfvte I. \ Annisyt'II.Y Refreshments of assorted cook Florida. At the present time he Is I
News From Branford I I.... punch and other party foods' employed by the Florida Baptist t
were served. Convention as Held secretary of ,
I
Attending were Mrs Verdle district four which Includes Co. ,
Barnett. Mrs Leila hovel Mrs. tumble Lafayette Ollchrlst 8u- I
BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Clara Allen. Mrs. Buddy Barber wannee. Hamilton and Dixie
I Mrs. Remmle Humphries. Mrs. Ha Counties.
Mae Tidwtll. Mrs. Meredith Bas, The church nursery will be open .
Mrs. Leverne Knlghton. MUnes for all services.
Branford loses In
! TourneyThe Judy Connie and Debbie Hump The Rev Allen R. Price pastor
dries. Brenda' Barnett Lena Purl of the church. this week extend
Ttdwell and ed a warm welcome for all ta
Ogle Baas.Choir
HUUard Flashes rained in the semi-finals 88-89. their first half attempts but t come.
their fifteenth consecutive trip to In the Lee game the Buds took found the range In the latter part Services .
will begin each
the state tournament Saturday an early five point lead and were of the game and cut the marlin era liapti.t Sing at 1:30: pm. evening
night by defeating the Branford never headed after that point. Lee of defeat to 11 points. Johnny n
BUM 80-89. Branford defeated Let was unsuccessful In trying to press Flssell paced' the. flues scoring Al Miiair l Ft-Miutl
and fast break the taller Buca with 22 points followed by Kim The choir of the First Baptist Huptit! Kill Meet
who out rebounded out ran. and Miller 14. Bill Terry 14. and Andy Church in Branford participatedin
'' Funeral Services out shot the Rockets. The flues Cheney 13. the state music festival held In WIlIi. Mr*. FletcherThe .
. lead 43-28 at the halftime and The flues finished their season Madison Friday night The choir Wilt!. of the First Baptist
63-50 going Into the final period. with 20 wins and eight losses fora under the direction of o. II. Church met Monday night March
,h/: Held For YorkFuneral The Branford team war lead by very fine season. The starting Munch rendered' two selections II, at the home of Mrs. Thomas
Johnny Fluel who scored 34 five win all be back next year. "We Beheld Ills Olory" and "No Fletcher In Branford. Thirteen
services for Leonard O.I points and had 28 rebounds. followed Plans for building toilet tacita. Room" by John W Peterson members were present for the
York retired resident of Bran. by Jerry Scarborough with Other choirs taking part were meeting.
I ford were held Saturday morningat 1.. Bill Terry 14. Kim Miller 11, Sunday School Cla+n a; from Perry Cherry Lake and the Mrs. Allen Price taught the
11:00: am. at the graveside in and Andy Cheney 10. Danny WMtwood Baptist Church in Live mission study book Winds Of
Sky Way Cemetery near Braden. Johnston came In after the flues DIM-USA! Study Book Oak. Change
ton. got Into foul trouble and got nine The Fidelia and Golden Circle During the social hour, Mrs
air York war born In Alabamaon points and, ten rebounds. I. Sunday School clauea of the First Cain Of Price was honored on her birth
Thank"
January 28. list and bad beena The Bucs hit SI per cent of Baptist Church met Thursday day and was presented' with a gift.
resident of Branford for the' their floor shots. Kyle and Bher- night at the home of Miss JoKll Words cannot express our Refreshments of birthday cake
put year and a half lie was a rill Kicks kept the Rockets in thegame Humphries near Branford. Mrs hanks to our many friends for punch. and coffee were served to
member of the Church of Christ with their outside shooting. L. A. Sessions WM co-hostees for he kind expressions of love he guests.
at 0 eco. Kyle had 28 point sand SherrlU the meeting and had charge of shown us during the pasting of .
The deceased passed away at had 18.The the devotlort. Mrs. Lewis Bell led Mr. and Mrs. W. F H-V I" will ...lf..rV l hell g.Ura .*.. our loved ones., The food visits, IIranronl Woman Chili
the OalneavlUe Medical Center flues ran into a hot shoot In prayer ding anniversary Sands? aHv/Vo n. MaKh J 4. faro throe U five cards flowers and prayers meantso
Thursday March 4. following a Ing Billiard team Saturday night. Mrs. T. A. Hatch was leader of .' *k. at their hame near cW,r4. AU tflnd and relatives much and helped make ourburdens Will Meet WrdnriMlayThe
lingering Illness. The flashes lead 11-10 at the end dtscuaaton on the study course are Invited U attend lighter May and bless Branford Woman's Club
Survivors Include a dauchter. of the first' quarter and then pro. book. Your Church. Your Bible. each of you Is our prayer will meet, Wednesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. llowrll
Mrs Ode Joyner, Branford: a carded to hit 14 consecutive shots And You. web Ntantrd on MVp 11. Ills The Family of March IT. in the club building.
eon. Archie York. Baraaota; and from the outside to put the game A short business meeting war n- .r Mr and.Mrs. Tom OTSteen All members are urged to be present .
nine rrancSeh dm\. out of reach of the Branford held.Refreshments Father Or Hranfonl for the meeting.
The James B. Daolela funeral team. HflUard held a 41-J4 half of cookies toait BftnfortljVgonals "Till taught by pain men really Henry Ward member of the
Home of Branford was In charge time lead. ed pecans, and punch were servedto Lady Die At Mayo know not whet good wather's school board advisory! committee
of arrangement I The Duel hit only 21 per cent of the 12 members present Funeral services were nl'" ) worth" will be the guest speaker

........................................................................NauuNeNUUU.u.u Monday for James R. Jackson tf k. ..
I. p of Mayo who died Friday n1tl1\
i Survivors Include two dautf, Mrs. R. b. Griffith and Mrs.
V. .... Uoae
hen business visitors
ten Mrs Dorothy O Steen PI
Perry. and Mrs brine Robert pI in JtcasonfuS last Tuesday, FOR YOUR SEED NEEDS
lira. Iota f, Williams and Mrs
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Branford: two sons Harold '
son of Cotutla. Tea. and still Minnie U '""Upoand grand.
NOTICETO Jackson of Old Town: Ui>-/* daughter, At,*n Hatch visited BEST QUALITY AND PRICES
; mothers. W, II. Jackson of 8W8. \ Mr, &J1oI S K. Jackson of Nsples, and y. fsially and tufar rrlatives In VISIT YOUR FRIKNDS:
F, Jackson of Mayo: a sister, Mr*. OtinesvlIIe Viiday,
J. W. Harden of 8tarl'.rall.: ."' Xlf. and Vs.. CMrles' Thomas
children' and four greatgrand'children. and family Wi Joann Thomas of AT THE
Oamrhl1le V>* J44! Mr and Mrs

ALL TRAILER OWNERSAccording i Funeral services wen I'M''"' W.-ii.-'I1'\CIaI--..v.REPAY*..-fret., _the_..week...end Branford
Monday at 3:30 pjn. In the Mayo. Feed Mill.,. IMC.. ..
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; to recent Supreme Court ruling In January 195 case num. I Cemetery.. s SERVICEON Live Oak. ll wy._ Oran/ord. F''..
= tar 33.474, all house trailers art subject to personal property tax ef Pnon
festive January I. 1965. YWA Hold Meeting ALL 9JSOJ71Wt

I With Mi** Bailer -
TYPES
I would appreciate all trailer owner cooperation In this matter 1)ln. The Y.WX's met ThursoV k Carry The .Follow''", Seed Corn
a your trailer to the office before April owned night. at the home of Miss Lyres 011'
GREENWOOD...
FUNKS
Bring your title, bill o| sate duplicate title, or some form of A p Bailey in Branford. The prograt/ JACKS PIONEER
= that will show make model and ..riall1umwr. war on Chosen As Channels McNAIR COKER EMPIRE
i
Those present were Kathy Orij/ ul'eJt'r REPAIR r

i The only exception to this art the trailer owners who have moved their : nth. Buaanne Murray. Miss. Bally kEASO nu RATES
I trailers to a parcel of land that they have fee simple title to and have i and ray. their leader Mrs. Ohm Muv PICK W i6 DELIVERY MILLETS

applied for Homestead Exemption. Refreshments wen served. All We>k Guaranteed Ca.III|| __5..,.._Callas)
i C.
i Trailer owners do not have to buy a current tar until they more the JIMMY'S

trailer on a state hlrb".,. I VTA At Hranfortl Hydraulic Jacks INDIGO SEED

For further Information call the Tax Assessor Office i Will The Brabferd Meet Tonight Far nt-T aehn/ IUIA.OfFLORIDA Revtf 1, Boa 228 GARDEN SUPPLIES AND SEEDS

Association .m..., tonls\f.
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WM: HUBBARD GRAY I urged Mrs.to Virginia be preernt.W,,,.... publ%

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Or F en's h Le Uve wed .T01q V4 a a9(>npV4erl4>*pst Bfeer way ht9" CJi.... Trae*T1tttI HENRY M. WARD GENERAL MANAGERDAV1A
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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK TilE REPORTOF Garland Receives Certificate Sales Tax In 1 Social Security AnswersEditor's \ I

I I ( Note: These Question! probably should have been reportIng
Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketCattle I January Shows and answers are compiled by William self-employment Income as -I
I M. Eanes, District Manager have been a door-to-door salesman -
Increase for the Social Security Administration since 1961. X made over $400
sales at the Suwannee weighing 250-500 Ibs. went for Big at Valdosta. Banes Invites in 1981 but did not file an Income
Valley Livestock Market March 3 $17.00-120.00 and $1S.OO-$18.5 i Sales tax collections for Janu- readers to mall their questions to tax: return for that year or for
were up slightly from the previous respectively, while utility brought ary 1963 In Florida totaled '28141.414.08 ,- him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, any since Can I still get credit
week. Cattle and calves sold were $11.00-$13.00 and those Inferior over three million Ga. Please do not mall your inquiries by filing a return this ,year
224 u compared to 174 a week going for $11.00-113.00. Calves more than the $23.841.306.61 col to this paper.) ANSWER: In order for you to
ago. Hogs were down from 735 to weighing 100-250 Ibs. sold for- lected during January 1964. January QUESTION: I earned more get credit for 1961 self-employ.
C84 this week. standard $18.60-$18.75; utility for collections were well over six than $1200 In 1964 and received ment Income, you have only until
Trading was moderately active $15,50-$1e.50; and those Inferior million more than collections: the benefit; checks for six months. April 15, 111811 to file a tax return
with demand fair to good for al went for $15.25-$16.50. previous month. December 196t.I' When must I report these earnIngs If you wait until after that date,
classes. Feeder stacker calves were Mixed grade barrows and gilts when the state received $20.298. to the Social Security Administration you may still be subject to a social .
steady with all other classes both weighing 180-210 Ibs., sold for I'075.08 In sales taxes. ? security tax for 1961 without
slaughter and replacement too $16.75 those weighing 210240lbs. Dade County la still way out ANSWER: You must report receiving any credit for the earnings
few in one or both week to accurately brought $17.05. while those I front as a producer of sales taxes. these earnings not later than You should get In touch with
test price trends. 240.2701bs. went for $15.50; 160 I Collections In that county during April 18. 1965.QUESTION. your nearest Internal Revenue
Seventy per cent of the supply 180 Ibs. for $16.60; those 140-16 January 1969 were $6.132.489.86 or : I estimated my Office Immediately
cleared to feeder-stocker accounts lbs., brought $18.00; 120-140 lbs better than one-fifth of the earnings for 1964 as $1500. Based QUESTION: Each :year I report
while 60 per cent of the total were and 100-120 Ibs., both for $14.00: r state's total.Broward on this estimate I got my checks my farm Income on Schedule P
calves. Many prices of both while those weighing 80-100 Ib.. County was second for some months. Since my actual along with my income tax return
slaughter and replacement classes cleared at 1380. with $2,364.321.33 paid In during earnings were less than $1500, do I overlooked the fact that farm-
were most likely depressed by ov- Most sows 180-600 lbs brought January 1965 with Duval In third I have to make a report of my era can use an optional method
erfills. $13,30-$14,80 while boars sold for place with collections of $2.288- earnings to the Social Security and teport net earnings of $1200In
Standard slaughter steers sold $900-19.23. 773.32. Administration? some cases where their true net
for $16.00-$16.25. while utility Medium and good feeder pig ylh Four other counties had collections ANSWER: Yes. It may be possible is less than this amount. The man
animals brought $13.73-115.75. under 70 lbs went for $15.00 In excess of one million dollars. that :you should get more who fixed up my papers looked
One good overfilled heifer went $2050; those weighing 70.1101bs0brought These counties and the am- checks than you received last year over my returns for the put two
for $19.80 with standards going $16-50-$20.50 with moat ount collected were: Hlllsborough since :your actual earnings were years and suggested I amend
for $14.75-$16.50 and utility of them going for $18.50 down. A -U- $1,813.331.42; Pinellas $1.661.. less than your estimate. We can them to use the optional method L.
bringing $13.00-$15.00. I few lots of good grades weighing 217.70: Orange 1535430.50; and. be sure of this only after your annual to raise my benefit amount when '
Utility cows sold for 110-140 Ibs. went for UUII$17.211. t Palm Beach, $$1.454.288. Out of' report of earnings Is filed. I apply for payments next year '
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$14.75 and cutters went $13.00-1 :.o1o state payments also exceeded the QUESTION: I was 72 in Feb Is he correct and If so, how far <
15-$13.25. 'Suwanne* Country Farm Forester Wyman Garland has been one million mark with 1735997. rosary 1984. and earned over $1200 back can X go In amending my returns -
One commercial bull brought. 04 being paid from this source. last :year Must I still report my to use the optional method
given a certificate of appreciation as an outstanding Inspector by
$17.50 while utility bulls cleared SubscriptionsSuwannee Suwannee County had a neat earnings for last :year? ANSWER: He la correct. The
I of American '
the Florida committee Forest Products Industries.The
$13.50-$15.50. gain over last year and last ANSWER: Since you were snider deadline for amending your 1951
Standard and low good calves DemocratListed work for which he was cited was done In 1964 and Included the month. Collections here for January 72 a full month of last year tax return to use the optional
went for $15.75-$18.79 with utility Inspection and certification of four new tree farms totaling 17)4 1985 were $34,958.67; January and had earnings over $1200 you method Is April 15, 1965. You
calves going for $13.00-$16.00. below are new subscrlptlons acre and the relnspeetlon of five tree farms established In H59. 1964 they were 28431.18; and must file an annual report of have additional time to amend
Oood vealers sold for $22.25- and subscriptions renewedto Good forestry was practiced on these tree farms by the land owners December 1964 totaled $28.114.72. earnings over $1200 you must 1962 Si 1963. But since more tax
$23.50 and standards went for the Suwannee Democrat from with the aid of Garland and helped bring the award. January 1965 collections In oth- file an annual report of earningsby with Interest may be due, you
$19.25-$21.50. February 25 to March 5. er nearby counties were Columbia, April 15.1965.QUESTION I should amend them as soon u
Good feeder- stocker steers NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS 'IU3U8' ; Taylor $$46.105: : I just learned I possible If you intend to do so.
brought $16.50-$17.25 while stan Mrs. Orace Bunch, Springfield< Mrs H. V. Johns, Jacksonville County Gets Race Madison $17.984.25; Hamilton.
dards cleared at $....00.18.00anel Tenn. Mrs F. Thompson, Rt., L. O. $7345.86; and Lafayette $2.7 9.44.
overfills were down to 1350. Leon Harrell, L. O.SUBSCRIPTIONS J. D. Mclnnls, O'Brien Track Distribution Lowest total In the state came For The Best In
A. W Ross Jr., Rt., L. O.
Oood and standard heifers RENEWED TALLAHASSEE-State Comp- from Liberty County where only
Henry T, McKeithen L. O.
brought $15.75-$17.7S and $13.75- Caroline Aue, Rt., L. O. $2.007.47 was collected.
Mrs. Tom W. Allen, L. O. troller Ray & Green said today ROOFING.
$15.75 respectively. Utility heifers Annie Chapman, Dundee CALL COLLECT
went for E. M. Barnett O'BrienT checks for 152,000 are being mail (Renew Your Subscription)
$12.00-$14.25 and one Harry E. Klser Isla Verde P.R.
S. Dees, Delray Beach ed to each of the 67 counties
dairy-type inferior sold as STANDARD
for $13.75 ROOFINGand
W C. Jackson, Monroe, 8. C.
Lelbos Men's Shop, Jacksonville their share of the March
racetrack
Utility and
low
standard cows Howard Taylor, Rt., L. O. BAKING FOR
Henry L. Matthews, Arlington, tax fund distribution
sold for $11.75113.00.Good Mrs. T J. Zipperer, Rt.. L. O Birthdays, Parties And
and standard calves Mrs. R. J. Harrell, Rt., L. O. Va. The Comptroller reported each SHEET METAL CO.
WeddingsHOT
11. F. Wiggins 8r., Rt., L. O. county has received a total of
W. H. Tidwell O'Brien Cook potatoes and other large 1184,000 thus far this fiscal year. DONUTS ALL DAY 211 So. Ashley St._ Ph. 244-246

DO YOU HAVE AN Mrs. Olenn Ollmer, Topeka, vegetables In a French fryer wire This Is a 122,000 Increase over the LIVE OAK BAKERY SPATES BONDED
Alcohol Kan. basket to prevent steam burns: same period during the previous VALDOSTA'SGet BFSr!tOOFERS
Problem? Snwanneo Ave. MS-9050
Robert L. Allison Largo caused by boiling water. year I

We now have In Live Oakan J. L. Oreene, O'Brien
AA Group ready to M. N. Tsacrlos, L. O. : I
help you Stanley S. Saunders, Rt., L. O.
Mrs Annie Ammons, L. O. .

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O. Box 591, L. Allbritton, Rt., L. O. --- -
LIVE OAK Harry L. Howes Rt., L. O. asnappm
OR CONTACT YOUR Willie Beach O'Brien
Bruce Beardsley, BranfordL.
Physician Minister
or E. Carver, O'Brien
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e Blue- -Cold Banquet I Blue And Cold Banquet Held I Beachville I At Scout Banquet !

, Scouts '
For Cub _
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Scoots of Pack a8 and ;J(
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AQ; Cub \< Rev, P. K Day of Lake City .
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honored :
were at a' ... ..
their parent '.... }. Banquet held March 4 r '. .. + ? filled appointment ,,J.. ,,' \.,." ,\
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A chicken } bad good services Mrs. Da) "
Sun local jilts Lodge. -
came with her husband.
dinner WM provided for the : -.i Rev, Marvin Odom filled hU
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attendance.
125 in appointment with the Deep Creek
Cub Master James Shield wum \ Advent Christian Church Sunday,
of the program which
charge Mr and Mr*. Willie Beach wen
designed to be of Interest to
vas called to Gainesville Friday on
account of the Illness of thcli
Wye Wettsteln told the
daughter, Mrs C C HcmphUl
youngsters of hU scouting expert- They returned home Sunday and
'nee, from cub ecout to eagle we are glad to know that Mr.
I-out Award and momentoe .
Ilemphlll la some better.
Jittered by Wettsteln thru thtfvesrs I We are veryfad to know thai
were on display. I NfL O. D. Beach was able to come:
Sgt Floyd Crawford of the home Saturday after spending the
Florida Highway Patrol also appeared past week as a patient In the
on the program and pre- t
Lakeshore Hospital In Lake City
jetted a film and commentary on Mr. and Mr. H. C Cason and

proper usage system.of the Interstate Members ef Cub Pack II shown shore enjoyed: a Blue and Geld banquet at the Uv Oak Elks son Donald visited her mother
highway; Mrs. Amos Oren In Lake City
Officers of the pack were In lodge last ThwUy sight I'ftwDt'er th* *ocasl n are several des mother and Jim Shields, cab Friday We are glad to know Mr.

charge of prepalrng the banquet. master. Den mother left to right are) Mrs. E4 lUnluid. Mr*. Tern Cheek Mrs Harold Lanier Mrs Green U home again after spending Frank Williams, ascend from left ls shewn. 're eatlng the tab
These officers are Shields cub RandaU Slaughter, and Mrs. Leea GIlL (FhU by Dan Stalner.) some time In the Baptist Pack II charter to James C..en at a seat banquet last Thendsynlsht

muter; Sam Farm assistant cub Memorial Hospital In Jacksonville IlL Crawford ef lie Florid highway Patrol at loft and

master: C. P. Burnette. secret I sixth graders basketball teams are with a broken hip and pneumonia. Willie WHb .Ia. at right, were speakers at the dinner. Phe4o(
tart', John O. Adlcks. treasurer; News And We are sorry that Clyde Odom
Activitiet From
and Edward Rowland. Rich Ca. holding a hot dog cookout this afternoon who ha been on the sick list ton by Dan 8UlnerMrs. >

J U. and James A. Caaon com- Thursday: ) at 4:00: pm.:' some time Is not Improving H fast
mlttee members. THE RECREATION CENTER honoring those who played this a* we had hoped. Bill Bartley and daughter, the St. Vincent Hospital. Sunday
e Den mother are Mrs. SamI'tnn season I Mrs M. M. TldweU ls also on Sandra of Newberry were guests I I afternoon. We are glad to learn
l and Mr. Tom Cheek den' Plana for bulldln gtolet the tick list We hope all the sick of her parents. Mr. and Mrs that he ls Improving.
four: Mrs. Charles Oreen and By ROT 8CLUVAN. Director I tles between the two hcm"l will soon be well again. D, Beach Saturday, Johnny Kirby of O'Brien and
Mrs Wm. Randan Slaughter den Pour teams Indicated a desireto lighting system Is now complete mends are being formulated and We have been having some cold Mr. and Mr*. Don Odom 0'1 I Jess Kirby of Cedar Key were
ill: Mrs. Edward Rowland and compete In a men' softball Families, organisations and clubs construction ls expected to begin I weather lately and also Iota of her brother, Billy Shepherd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Mrs Harold alder den one; and league at the meeting held Thurs will find ample space for cookouts within two week. rain. I Jacksonville, who ls a patient Beach Sunday afternoon
Mrs Leon OU1 and Mrs. Bo Cameron day. Definite sponsors of teams or outdoor gatherings. Spotlights

den two.I'oweN are the North Florida TelephoneCo. have been Insulted for addition MINUTES BOARD Of PUBLIC ale on Saturday February 30th carried. porting high school student to
m and the Suwanne Funeral parking. INSTRUCTION SfJWANNEC 1993. Motion carried. Temporary Duty Elsewhere: : Lake City to participate In a high
Home. Sponsorship of the other The teenage dance Saturday COUNTY FLORIDA There being no further business. Julie Scott January U. ues school bowling league Motion
Report For two team hM not M yet been determined. night WM successful with over Live Oak Florida the Board adjourned. Earl Carter January IS. 1XS carried.
At McQellan 100 students attending Th January .. IMSTh Henry M. Folsom" Annual Leave; Motion was mad by V. V. Brim
Duty
Power, son of Mr. Rules governing play In the Saints will play at the Center Frt Board of Public Instruction Supt and Secretary Louis Berry. January :15-39.196 and seconded by T. R. Barnett. to
Pro Mrs.Ray C. O. Power. N. Walk league were tentatively adopted. day night from I:M p.m. until met on January I, IBM with fo. Board of Public Instruction Moved by V, V. Brim and seconded accept the recommendation of
and Live Oak ha reported Primary Interest will be placed 11:00: pm.Reglstntlon. lowing members present via: 11.: L. M. Crews Jr. Chairman by T. R. Barnett and ear the Buwannee County Principals'
er Ave duty* at Ft. McClellan. Ala. on the recreational value with for the small E. Vann Chairman. L. M. Crew.: Board of Public Instruction rted. that new Project Priority: Association Motion canted.RECOMMENDATION.
for a IS-day leave deep emphasis on commercialism.: game tournaments WM smaller Vice-chairman. v. V. Brim. and I list be approved as follows; :
spending
after This sesson's play will begin than anticipated. Future tourna. T. R. Barnett. 1 Live Oak. FloridaJanuary Il) Order of Priority It Is recommended by the Buwsnnee -
Thursday. April 1. at 7:30: pm. menu are planned for those notable Chairman Vann called meeting. I', IMS (3) Priority Rating I County Principals' Association
on the Recreation Center softball to play at this Urn In boresshoes to order at I:00 A.M. Polsom and The Board met on January 1IMS (31 School Center, or Description that the following criteria
USE diamond. Each team will play II table tennis, billiards and Barnett gave the devotional with the following member of Location. be followed In selecting teacher
games with the end of the season top skipping and climbing. Minutes of December U. IM present: L. M. Crew Jr Chair (4) C.O. Clam to attend area district, or state
FUCO coming the last week in May. Sponsor of the four fifth and were read and approved as read. I man. V. V. Brim ViceChairmanT Grade. meetings when those Involved ire
Those Interested to playing and Mr. SchofMeld. Mr Smith, and R. Barnett ... H. Offl. and B ell Description of Project to be absent from duty and It II
not already a member of one of Mr. Daniels came before Board to A. Collins. (II Estimated Coat necessary to employ: a substitute
Brand tbe teams In the league can register Irrigation Pond It explain: R A D'S activities con Meeting was called to order b, Ill Completed: Project on Project 1. The delegate must be a member
at the Center Planned For Foster earning poverty program. Chairman Crew Folsom gave devotional. Priority List approved of the oraanlaaUon.I. .
InsecticideFOR The outdoor playground night Moved by U M. Crews and seconded -I by the Slate Board of Education .i One delegate from the county.In t
SoIl conservation district per by V V. Brim that Board Minutes of January a. IMS were on September 3.. each department unless It
sonnel assisted J. W. Foster, endorse the program of the R A D read and approved a* read. 19ft. and August II, l&n. I* determined by a decree from
here with his
parents. whoM farm I* north pf Wellborn Committee on raw poverty pro Mr C. P. Burnette came before have been completed or are the state or local level that
BEST RESULTS Powers recently completed 11 this week In staking out and designing tram Motion carried. 1 the Board and discussed current deleted. more than one teacher '.'..nll.I. .
months at Aberdeen
training an Irrigation pit. When Mr E. A. Collins and L. If. Oil.I audit being made for passed three (2) Under Construction! None. The delegate will be selectedby
Proving Ground In Maryland. dug this pond will provide *uf. new Board Members cam and. year ell Planned: 1. A Buwannee! the teacher In the subject
Relent water for Irrigating about the Board organised for the new I Ifear. Moved by V. V. Brim and wended High School. C-l. 1-13. Ubr areas Involved and must be.
four acre of tobacco. I Present Board Members b' by T. R. Barnett to adopt ary Commercial Drpl. approved by the principal.
The pond will be 300 feet district an: resolution HI). I. Amendment to Home EC.: !)lop'., Bloloiy /. The delegate will be reimbursed -
AllisChalmersSALES 60 feet wide and eight feet lorIa'j Kustac A. Collins. District 1. budget for 1B44-4S term. Motion Chemistry Boy A Girl actual amount of expense -
It will be neceasary to us* a January IMS-January. 1MB; carried. P. E, Facilities, Industrial *, by the Board of Public
line for th digging M about 3.0M L. H. GUI. District No. I, Janu Amendment Arts. Vocational Agrlcu! instruction.
cubic yard of earth la to be. sty IMft-January, 1MB: Account No 3630; Item ture, Mechanical Equipment. I. The delegate wilt\ meet with
and SERVICEIN moved. V. V. BrIM District No. I. January Rent: Increase Requested II.. Storage! Room tllft.OOO 00 the subject area teachers In
John Hampton and Russell IMl-January 1M1 000 00; Revised Budget ".GOG.. Moved by L.II. Oil and seeonde the county and make a. comprehenstve -
THE-UVB-OAK .AREA -. 1'arIoN....* the. conservation ... M. Crews Jr. District No. t, 10. .. by V. V Brim that MM Met- report on th* eonfsrence. .
technician helping\ Foster In site January, IMJ-Janusry. 1M7; Account No. UJI; Item er be approved for bus drive, .
selection survey and design of the Thonls R Barnrtt. District No. Payment of Bonds; Preienl Budget Motion carried.There I. Request for leave will be sd-
We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor pit I. January IMJ-Janusry, 1MT. IS.OOOOO: Decrease Requested being no further business dressed to the Superintendent
.m Henry M. Feline" acted as IS 000 00.. the Board adjourned. I of Public Instruction, but will
(Pill PIck Up At Your Farm And Deliver) Chairman until new Chairman Moved by T. R. flannels and Henry M. FoUrnnBiiDl. be cleared through the office,
Can! Of Thank could be elected. seconded' by V. V Brim that A Secretary of the County Supervisor!
-ALL WORK GUARANTEEDLeo Wo. the family .< Mr. Flora Moved by V. V. Brim and .... Hoard accept resignation of C:*. I Board of Public InstructionL. Motion was mad by A. Collins .
Robin, wish to esproM our sin onded by T. R. Bamelt. that 1. M. telle Taylor a* teacher In O'BrtenHchool .. M. Crew Jr. Chairman and seconded by L. If. GUI to
orre thanks to our many friend Crew Jr. be elected a* Chairmanfor and Patricia Crew a* seeretary Board of Publhi' Instruction accept from B. W Ilelvenston Insurance .
Dunnam Building for raw food flowers, cards visits the year, Motion unanimously at Junior High School.! Motion Agency, a blanket bondof
and prayer during the nines o' carried. carried. Live Oak Florida |S,000, on an annual payment
(Mayo Road Across From HowUsid FooJ Mill) our mother. Superintendent Polsom then Moved by T R. Barnett and February >. INI plan. Motion tarried Quotations
Also sincere thank to Dr 80tolonco. asked Chairman Crew to assume seconded by B. A. Collins that The Board of Public Instruction are as follows:
Phone 362-3222 Bro4y HarrU. and Ken hi* dutle a* Chairman. bard UHP' low or best quota- met on February I. IMI with the B. W. Helvenston A Bon
Breedon for their kIndness and Moved by T R. Barnett and Ion on following materials for following member present, : U M.Crew. 1st year 1111 00
constorrsUon during her long 12ns seconded by B. A. Collins, that V, Branford Ag. Department. Motion .. Chairman V, V, Brim. 2nd year III 00
Landen Tractor Co. and death. V. Brim b* elreUd a* Vire-Chslr- tarried. Vloe-Chalnnan. R, A. Collins, T 3rd year TIM
Mr and UrL W, J, Oeorg man. Motion unanimously carried WindowsOriffeo : R. Barnett and L.. II. 0111.
Mr and Mrs. John 9. Robins Moved by r V Brim and se*. Aluminum Ins of JackaonvtUe. Meeting'* called to order by 1)1400
HAROLD LANDEN, Owner Mr*. Bethel C Davis oruted by I.f.. Out that the Florida IM100.; John Chairman Crews DrvoUonsI was J. D. Henry Insurance Agency1st
Mr and Mr Chart Robin Board retain Alfred' Alrth as P. Turner Ca. of Jacksonville, given by U H. GUI. yr II9SOOn4
Board Attorney for IMS. Motion Florida IIMM. Minutes of January, II.. INS > year HIM
pnw..easa.eaa.aaua ar..ore..u..seat.e u......................a.... ... ,I earrfod. Chalk and Tack Boards: were read and approved M re4.Mr 3rd year II M
The Board set Tuesday after Florida Distributor of .Jackson* Clarence Bailiff and Mr.
first Monday and third Saturday .1.... In*. 116000; George P, Louie C Wadsworth presented to IIMMHchoftleU
r l .In each month a* regular Board Coyle Bon of Jacksonville,.I the Board ft report from the IMUUM AgencyNo
We Buy and Sell Shelled Corn meeting de,.. Florida ,ltO 00. School! Board Advisory Committee annual payment plan Doted.
At request. *f State Department Roof Deck: concerning future plan! for Slits on mtmogrph machine
I Lunch Supervisor Board took following Concrete Product Co. not In-., McAlptn Wellborn and CUftsnd for BuperlnlendMif* Office wen
action: Moved by B. A. tuned) IU4100J Olffen Industrie Schools. The Board accepted the opened at !' M A.M. Prices see
\ : I. Collins... seconded' by T. R. *. In*. tlnatan.dll- report for study, a. follows:
''' : e." - Barnett that Board request ball 0000; Brtc Lumber Wood I Motion WM made by I. A. Cot- Gibson Business MMhlne* |10C M.
Z. [ .; : e for bread and non-food Items Preserving Co. Installed II.MM .- line and seconded by r V. Brim' MrCrlmon'l Office
: w. .. ,,1t'' 'AND INSURED :, lunchroom suppu**. Motion car : PlorMsj BsreUtor Milk I to engage The Law Engineering' Supplies 1311 M
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: t: ; I'' ,(.te Med. not Installed 1417.70.. and Testing Company to make Orlando Office Supply Co. |4HThels ,"
Moved fcy B. A. CoUln and see- Wan Louver: hand bortnej at Pin Ww ate Duplicating Pro
''i ended by IlAtr>>tL that Law engineering E.: r, ZlbH of JacksonvUI, Ftof. for 1100 00 plus l3nSf per mil ducts. In*. I4MM
GRAIN and Testing Finn be Ida I1MM; Oeorie P. Coved I for travel Motion carrlMt Motion wa m.... by E. A. ColHM -
I i'' employed to do toil investigation A fton or JacksonvU, norM.... Motion was oad by T, ft Bar and seconded by U II. Din to
en New nigh School ...... Motion .JOt 00; Afcrwl Steel Supply melt and Mend4. by E. A. Coning accept the bid from MeCrUaon'
BONDED eanrtod. Co. 311101.Bt111tltte to grant the following !leave reuoeU Office Supply, because of an tuiVilrabto .
Moved by y, T Brim and *r*. ) feolur In th* deotflBw
snord by U M. OiO. that Wilson Oeorg P. Cult A Bar of .Jack. Temporary Duty aeauete! Ion of Ih* MscKtne from Gibson
HowardrwUnstkwi a* bo driverbe aonvtne. PfcrhU IUOO; .. P, Mary LnA4y Wrman Townwl, Business MachiM Motion .ar14 .
STORAGEt accepted. Motion earned. .1 ZJb.n of JMfcsonvttl Florid -.. Rossinnl OranvUto, Arthur Un- .
Moved by T R. Barnett and i I3M 00; Suweno Block. Co. of left. Ma.tU jMiktn. FiancMGreen. Bide on Bakery ProdiwU. were
seconded' by B. A. CotUna that Live Oak. Florida *. I4T1 J4. It W. Bwcg. Walter Carl. opened and taswlte4 a* follows:
I th* foOowtng rare. b* approved by The foOowlfifl .iMtUon* were ..., Lewi Tusker, and Robert Bouthnn BakerlM Company
Dealer In the Board. Motion carried. accepted and fctv been ordered: Prtgeon Regular .... this) sliced whltobr4.
Ammonia i Annual ran: Window: Pereonol Wave! Walter T Cart- per loaf I IIJO; Begutorsts
Phillips &4; Anhydrous Wrisuui Towastl. 4 day Dca Ortffco Ahmftnm, It*. of Jack- fIf Motion MrrM. hsmbwff. buns per oo*.
Wr 3/. M. M. and SI, IM4; envoi. PlorU ,M2 eo. Kotei, Bids. on M oven for Branfwdflchool 1110; Recall, sta*. hot dog
Fertilizer Lewi Tartar, 1 day. December John r. Turner C*. did not ...HpedfleoUon were tabulated a* follow: buns per *.. 12110.
Agrko n 1M'; of Antittect Pond ........... C.apany Flower Baking Company, to*.
Bagged I I Levera Porter. S stay. Dwermbrr Chant and Tack Boards: Nor 0944 IIP I1U 5 Regular .... tem elicit writ
Bulk or U. M. and >l. IM4; Florida DMrtbutor of Jackson Interstate. Supply C.,. Wed pee loaf III: Regular
_ I Rstu H. BOM. S days DsotwWr ville. Florida .1..... Not: Nor ION IfP 171340Hotel .... Ko* targer bass. per do*.
21. M. SAd '1. IM4; We sospted tht sjuoteUon b*- CMM At Olawar I Hi BuUr *ts*. hot dot bun.
See Us',Fer Your Seed Needs-- i CUsjd J r lgsn. f days Jsmary CSMIM Oorg. p. Coyl Bon Cosaoany K*. .*44 IfP H'I"I fur dos 137,
II. U. and U. 1M ; ejttUod I Tack Board. Motion .a* .*.. bf '1'. M Bar. Th prtM. from Flower Bak-
Orders Chrtauo CaUweO. 4 dale, D e. Roof Dug: pets and ........ bf V V, .... Ins Company, IM. vtlh 11 percent
--Let Us Fl' Your ASCS Purchase I ..Wr M. 2I M. and II. ION Brio turner Wood ,.,....*: .. acsN' tit* low bid. of Need 4UOMI4 M btQUw CUU.
-.me Q. ...... S tier Ds*'ov.ber list Co. fSMUOedl 9112/ N. t"I'IIM.. otasvwar CoMpaoyMotion i Motion WM m.. by T R. ....
23. M. 30. M. and '1. 1M4.Personal Wan Lower eontod.ernlM gets and ........ bf .. A. Cotttn -
lre-wtt..*ist pay! .. r, zifl o,jMttsomn. nor. ... tea.d'i wes bad .... *. to accept the low bid of
CORPORATION I Boss ...".... 3 day. JaMsar Ida .U.... Hot*} We Morc44 tM .*. *( the City tots. Southern BaUrl Company, MoUMinrrM .
SUWANNEE GRAIN JI and If. 1M.. IM sflssistloii iirissi Oeorg tan* Peel. tat a **-jamd teas ,
Teiaporary Duty Blswwnere:: P, 0Df1e .. tome *..... 1 unit.E. Md. .*. *< todenU Paw Ouwtn Tn fo iMtng M further ....
i Vsntai* AUsHL JMory f. P*.- dytechta: ... mgH ....... Th Board ... ow Board a4>mrno4.
North Houston St. ,.,., 0. Aflrfl II, May I. oadMc r tawfl .. jMksonftt, Florid agreed I* MM aa tovosUgatioB.Motlnsi Henry ... Poison
t s sNit Jose 4. .... IM M. meal **od. Vy V. V. Brim IupI. sad IecrtIar1
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Phone 3623596: V4 Mile North .*d bf T. II JkWMU" sad Moved br y, Y. Brtoj mud .* tndt4ono>d bf .. A. CoOto te Beard of PvbOc lAstroctionU
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PACE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 11, 19$6


Will Hold Hearings I Another Prizewinner Funeral Services I Another Winner Livestock I


t Propose Legislation To Control Use Held Sunday For ,


f Pesticides On Florida Acreage: I r Mrs. Smiley

Tallahassee With the help of the 1965 Legislature Funeral services for Mri. Lottie
Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner hospes to Corrine SwlUey. who died at her
plug a gap existing in the state's program for controlling home In Ocala March 3, were held
the use of pesticides in Florida. I here Sunday afternoon at the
First Methodist Church at 2:00: ai ,
Conner has mailed to interested agricultural organizations -
p.m. The Rev. A. F Koon offici
notices of three pubUC i
ated. Burial was In the Live OakCemetery
hearings. One is to discuss a proposed grove and farm caretakers and st
new law to cover the regu aerial operators. A number of:
of
Mrs Swllley was a native
latlon of commercial pesticide aerial operators from outside the: Madison County and was born
applicators those who apply state do business from time to rr
had
there March 31, 18SS. She 1'
pesticides for hire. Farmers who time in Northwest Florida. '
resided In Ocala for the past -- 'r.
do their own application are not law* A
As proposed, the new eight years. 1
covered. (1) Would require registration of Death followed a lengthy Illnew. aaL
The other two hearings are custom applicators and their n r .
concerned with revisions proposed r
equipment. Survivors Include two daughters -
in pesticide and fertilizer laws (2) Exempts structural and hor- 1 -1 v 1a Mrs. Mildred Voyles. Live
The hearings will be held hereIn control i 1 ,
ticultural pest operators 'i Oak. and Mrs. Myrtice Dees.
the Mayo Building on the, if licensed under other
,
I Ocala; a son, Hurbert Swllley
I applicators in the
law to regulate
laws West Palm Beach; 18 grandchildren -
afternoon, and on proposed pesticide (3) Requires custom applicatorsto and 2 great grandchildren _
law revisions in the mornIng I _'
be bonded. ,
I Pallbearers were Marvin Home
of Tuesday. March 23. 'L
(4) Authorizes the commissioner Otto Dickman Waldon Platt. Billy
The hearing on revisions of the ,
to prescribe by regulation I Jackson. Raymond Jackson and .
fertilizer law is scheduled for the materials and methods to be 1 Radford Landen.
morning of Wednesday, March J4 used as necessary to protect I I It Suwannee Funeral Home of _
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in regulation -
Experience gained health and property Live Oak was In charge of arrangement .
of pesticides and fertilizer R
(5) Authorizes the commissionerto *. n
make it necessary to update present sample and analyze ma- e
laws, the commissioner said. terials and Inspect equip- I _
Progress In applying pesticide ment. Gospel. Sing Will
has developed some problems ;
i (e) Specifies certain fees whichare
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which require a new law to authorize far in Benefit Mayo Church ,,
expected to go -- ---- --- -- --- '-- "'" --
regulation of commercial applicators Proceeds from a gospel sing at
making regulatory activities Mr. and Mrs.Gerald Gamble look ever the Dame boar they wen
for protection of farmers, Columbia High School in Lake
self-supporting. for placing the winners la this
year's livestock
among eonlttt.
he continued. a. City on March 20 will be given to
Twenty states now have such a the building fund of the Mayo Fhete by Dan Stalner.)
law and four others have laws Assembly of Ood Church It was
governing specifically the appli- Last Rites For announced here this week.
cation of herbicides (weed kill ---- The sing will begin at 8:00 pan.
ers), Conner said. Mrs. Barfield Shown above are Mr. and Mrs. Junior Jerkins who took home and continue until midnight. Well IT IS A GREAT PLEASURETo

Need for the regulation of com- this Duroe gaits a prize for finishing among the winners In this known singing groups of the area
See Artificial Breeding of Beef Cattl. Being-
mercial applicators is emphasized will participate.
year's Undock contest (Photo by Dan Rtalner)
the commissioner added, by a Held Thursday /, a Promoted In' Suwannee County.We .
growing number of complaints of The common eels displayed at '
economic loss to growers causedby Mrs. Sara Julia McDonald Bar- Church with the Rev. John Hut- and 27 great-grandchndren. Marlneland of Florida are born Have Inseminated Cattle la Suwannee County Since 1939.
"drift" of pesticides. Improperly field. 81yearold'widow of this cherson officiating. Burial was In Pallbearers were Ernest Holmes, In salt water near the Sargasso We Continue to Offer This Service Today at Reasonable Prices
applied on nearby acreage.In county, died at the local hospital the adjoining cemetery. Henry Folsom Lee Pryor Perry Sea then migrate and live to ma- If You Want Artificial Breeding in Your Herd Just Call Vs.
Florida tbe1' I.are about 250 March 3 following a brief Illness. Survivors Include two daughters Oxendine, John Oates, and W p. turity in fresh water, then returnto We Have Armour Gold Star Beef Sires and Noba Dairy Sires
commercial applicators Including She was a native of Worth County Mrs. Laura B. Roberson and Fullbrlght. the Sargasso Sea to spawn and
Oa, and had resided in Su Mrs. Owen Roberson both of Live Suwannee Funeral Home of die. F. A. MCMILLAN

wannee County for the past 23 Oak; a son, Robert Lee Barfield, Live Oak was In charge of arrangements RT. 3, LIVE OAK :t PHONE 382-2981
years Albany, Oa:; 19 grandchildren (Office Supplies at MeCrimon's)
OS She was a member of the Antioch ,
Baptist Church of this coun- -

ct e666 ty.Last rites for Mrs. Barfield were success hasn't gone to its price r

conducted Thursday afternoon at ,
4:30: pm. at Antioch Baptist
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A Thought For TodayBy :

BRODY C. HARRIS

i j "MISFORTUNES! COME ON HORSEBACK AND DEPART ON
I FOOT "
It Is human nature, we suppose, to remember combination
'1 keenly the misfortunes that come our way. Being : UEOI
;;:m unpleasant things at best, and usually not anticipated .
,, misfortunes often coma with a suddenness .
and an impact that seems to bring them to our .
.. I doorstep at horseback speed, as the old French
,. f proverb states.
." However, we can take consolation in the thought
f that by and large the good fortune to come our of
way is comfortably in excess of the bad. And unless luxury and
1 we dwell too long and too deeply on our personal economy
a.. anguish when things do go badly, we may
find that the effects of our misfortunes leave leas
slowly than we might first imagine .,
t Unpreparedness is dlstlncly a misfortune when an impending occurrence
takes place. and leaves us all at odd purposes. Wise
folks avoid this particular misfortune by consulting with 8UWAN-
f. NEE FUNERAL HOME, 825 South Ohio Ave., LIve Oak, about their
pre needs. Call 302-1234. ; can
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fi FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE .

1 ; For Suwannee County Resident ;


: \ BRODY C. HARRIS 1:I-e -'; ; ,7''.:''''
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625 S. Ohio AvenueLIVE ,: > '" ;
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