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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 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 APRIL 1 1965
VOL 80.. NO- .. 48-


By Advisory Committee Here For Boys Ranch Deilication Ceremonyabertff Delegation; ToLow Wuhinrton

Cafeteria Civic Center Addition To tees. xe mKc rwr.eeemrr"",- -.0-. ....... _.. V ..,

: Gay Bidder On New High


Advent Christian Home InspectedThe "'t School; OEP Grant Is Delayed

fourth annual meeting of the citizens advisory
board of the Advent Christian Home at fowling Park, R. It. Gay Construction. of Jacksonville submitted .

Saturday evening at 7:00: p.m., was the occasion for th.4 a low bee bid of U 9.883 and a total bid of 1378,039 for

formal inspection of the institution's newest and most 1 construction of the first part of a two-part new high school

recent facility- a new cafeteria and civic center. George plant at Pine View Jacksonville Construction Co. en.grad .
W. Harmony president of the adviaory -
group presided at the r Bid for tae facility: wn opened .
/MK1le event. 1 4 4i 4t } March 26 with six contractors
orl Cancer Crusade StartsHere I
} entering prtpoiats.
The new addition to the homeIs : ,
LOUD. a dream come true. J. Pomeroy Early Monday The Day firm built the new additions .
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oUT Carter, superintendent at the This. ,.ar'a Cancer CrvMd to the Suwsnne County

With Lash* C. WaeUw Home. said In hi report.' He termed .. ,9 will b* emidaeled hen neat Courthouse, has the contract to
the part 12 months filled with i week beginning April I and will build the diagnostic laboratory "
progress and reward and his report I bring erected her. and will build
i Rj eilend then April It with theRe
Decisions near. Indicated major progress had ,), ) }(: ;, <;; ;) i.>': ,. BiD Pierre a* cremate the new consolidated high school

Member of the Suwannee I been made during the year at the fhalrman.Tb In Hamilton County:

County School Board Advisory, Home. '# '''t drive fe h*. Committee took note at a meeting Included In the facility: I Inspected I begin with a kickoff effe attN said her* Monday night that they

her Teuaday night of Impatience by the citizens committee Saturday <'';':J' ',,:! : a..... with MrTom fhrek.kailnrt had agreed to seept the Osy bid
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on the part of some of the eoun is a dining room kitchen \ d'tl chairman and her ewrker .- and would sign a contract with
ty"s clttaens at the time that has cafeteria/ conference room Pout- '" i \ j *. etpeeted I. attend. him as soon as all funds for the
elapsed since the group began 1U I office, sweet slap beauty: shop ) !t' f Mn. r.. Duller resident.ebalrma project are available.

study. This la undentandabl for barber shop library and laundro 'I" '. .. .. asked this week' that An unreasonable delay In
the committee WM formed In August mat. A new covered walk which la .. .. heal residents. leave their porch Washington In releasing\ a grant
and has now been at IU work near completion makes the cafeteria .... ,. '.-. .. Hshts .n Monday sight April of 1171.000. authorised by OEP:
more than fix month I and civic center more accessible jr.. ... .. 11. beginning si T.M ... when following damage to Buwannee
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Some hare commented that and greatly. Improec1he. -- --. -' '- '_. .J'O.' _.,'" the hem. I. boa. eanvaca will High School by Hurricane Dora
there baa Mon enough talk and appearance of the grounds v--- lie ..... prohibits. the board from signing
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the time for action I* now. Carter reported that work on' third team left ., Baker Ceaaty Is shire eempHm BUng Stala Treaisr* I.w.....** County, baa a pal until approval I Is official or the
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Every member of the committee the Baler Memorial Church Is bis remarks at U.. Merrill eelUfe tfedleatUn al the florid Sheriffs Be,. .f fltMM. check ls received' Involved In the

time to this premise and wUhe proceeding and that the ite.o Reach ber I..a,. Stealing to tbe left ef Yaraweaib Is former Sheriff J ha Hall .1 Clay C"'.'.. I e. delay ls acceptance of this coun
It were that easy and simple. needed to begin construction has T. tbe rif hi .! Wintaat, left to rlgbt. are. J.. DI... Tampa, stung Ranch taps.rtr| Sheriff Sag, 1 &,'. plans for Integration of Its

been raised.\ The floor la soon to n_.... ., |... ('...ly, Sbfriff Walt >Ukte ., rtrtaam Oanty, and Sheriff R4ney a Thar Junior Deputies school: .

Each: member of the committee be poured and the walls will go up by ., v..... (....,. Randy Mal li .. th. left .f Sheriff Halt was appalled! back In August at shortly thereafter.Another Given AwardsAt grant was authorised prior to enactment .
his tack of real knowledge of grant has added new of the civil right bill and
school conditions In this county farm equipment Improvement Atranlt Are Made wa a disaster grant mad as a
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much lea the complicated seta of In the Home's herd of cattle was I "'1"T"I'"laYI Annual MeetParents .result of hurrlcan damage ami

rules and procedures such schools noted In reports made at the ems HI Club Events Kites Friday should not be delayed further by
must follow If it is to participateIn sion. County Day James Raleigh guests and 61 members civil rights red Up,
federal aid. state support and One of the highlights of th Multi plaerawideal of the Junior Deputy Lessusattended A local delegation headed by U

meet accreditation standards. meeting was a panel discussion by Attracts Big Crowd Saturday farmer .In f Ib this essnly and. th* group' annual ban M, Crows, school board chairman
Tiger labs
It has not been COMMnlly. and Clarence It. Hatllff chair
to under. ,
easy youngsters at the Home with gled. ...,. quet her Friday night with mi
stand these Items and even after Richard In the early Ta.- Agent Bob Cook man of the school board advisory
Porter serving a* moderator Participating annual county events program day evening.runeral of Uk City as I
six months I find myself still Inadequately Members *f the panel were held Saturday March 27 at Tine View >rvlee the guett ipeaker.Trophle committee hu an appointment
Elementary M wut be held
informed on many of Sandy Potter. Becky White Allen School were 150 Suwannee County 4-H Club member fee Mr. Mills ITUaApril S.st were awarded for out. Iin Wanhlngton Monday morning ,I
the ramification Involved In sincerely with Senator Bpeasard I. Hoi*
Outshall. and Mervtn Libby, The Demonstrations public landing acholaitl ability lid
lamp Tier lake
trying to be honest and speaking, making, tractor BapUU Cbarrh land and Oeorg ftmather andConiroMiinan
youths took u their topic. changes outstanding duty a* member of
driving talent and dress al S.N !
events : pjn.Mr.
fair in finding solution revue were on the airemla. Dm to seek
to Puqu
a we have seen at the Home since:' the school boy patrol Thou rt*
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problem alI seem to agree. is the I we have been her. K was Inform j The four' OIItatand1ndub Mills. Earl MlUt talkie .f J. B. relying the awards went' Immediate. nl...* of the fund.
major on members in th* county. were M* and "" Ul- Other planning to to Wah-
lacing tea county stive and Interesting Cecil' ",wlOn. outstanding Kho go _
The Importance the problem Porter, to president of the stu. Mrs. Bush>< Dies laded on the bull of their lie far.Ma Bee, sU .f Ula. **.a. laatl ability, Junior high prt III.ton .M Let I'hIiUDa. limn 11

a s !? .Miid t. mcreaM the need I dent body at Bvwanne*, High achievements for the past year. pentad by Wendell Lewis. Ward and Loul C Wadaworth.Suwanne .
to be as certain as mantra cut M, School and Llbby la the secretary'. Result Ilcadon There was also an award foe the Uw Th. JMM. B. |Hi. >l.ls VwMtml '1Nt .fryer. 'w.-'ftII es eri. wsew w bSMa.s sera Lew 1
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that the club baring the most sits Is M ebsff elarraaremeat High School
rMomsaendations made parUelpa* IaMb* ability Pin View, present* war dam*
will be what la best for the ehil lice in the county events day pro. *. .d by Dean Lewis, acid by Hurriean Dora, th*
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den of the county and stlD. HI Open Houtf At Boys Collision Here gram. a Charlie. Bsladen. ouUtandlng t school board approved' a reoommendatton -

inN the county4 ability to provide Ranch April 10 Winner of the events wens: Dave Austin New tcholssua ability, Pin View presented from IU advisory com )
financially.Uy Mrs. Charles II. Bush, mother Junior dm revue.' Martha by Jim Shield mltto that the building not b*
Am open boa bMMrteg tberteeUa Of Mrs. Al Wilson of this city. and Connen. Danny n.... outstanding patrol rebuilt and that a somplet new
community servkw to LiveOak ligNite,. wilt be hM who was critically Injured to a Rolary President work presented by Shield high school to house grade seven
Senior dress '
and Buwannee County began at the rbwUa Sheriffs Ben headon automobile oolllaloa hereon "revue Wills tun Marty Bond. ou"landlpee thru U be built st Pin View.
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back to January 1M1 when as al Read bare ** April I a. Gver March 11. died Monday, March Dare Austin, local manager for trol work junior high presentedby elate. author)!!.* approved th*
young college graduate I went to .ne Dayn Bwa cabinet 32 In UM VnlverMy Memorial roods demonstrations: junior florid Power and Light Cam. Marvin Phillips. project and released700,000" In I
work for toe Buwaane Democrat .*.beer and UMC bUb stale Hospital at OalnesvUI without Individual. Donlta Allied: junior parry, was named president of the Roy Dudley outstanding, patrol state capital outlay fund a*.
as a reporter. metals as wtO M UM eapWWINTVM regaining conadouaneae.rurwral .teem Alleen Awry and Rene tlve Oak Rotary Club last week work, junior high presented by eumulaUd to Ih* county1. credit
In tn* 14 years. that have Intervened seeps ...*. bees BwWtWWto arks' for Mrs. Bush Oilmen: senior mdfridusl. tun.I. to pureed Incumbent B. T, Mo- Polir Chief Dwood Howard, for the new facility.
I bass bad some knowledge aliens were held at the First" Baptist .. AQbrltloa: and senior team, Down when the new club. year AH deputies were presented are Approval by OKP officials' of
at meet projects designed to Chartered frame will b* and Church at Quiiman. Oa* Wednes Bonnie. McLean and Pam Parrsor begins July I, B. A. Swing, WMreelected tlfleaU for the I.....* school the 'I 1 74 000 grant coupled with
take this county a better placeto .. betel lbea and their faOUa day. March I*, with the Rev WU- *. to th* ecretsryihip! *fUM year flats ,...... assured th* boardufflrlent
which to flee and rear families. ban as ...... *f ...UmsiOrb tlasa J. Smith asststed by UM Rev. OeneraJ demonsUatlon glrU': club. Cook showed a film that told fund to Implement UM
I bar served on many committees .**)d Une sod TaaabawJTraffwaya Martha laaaar Smith sondaetlng junior &ndIIduaI..Ioa Chaunctyi Three new director. Tom of the selection and training of first half ef the two des plan
and observed thousands of the rites. B.rtal was to Oak HU1 junior team Xathy Mm and ChiN Woodrow Deem and liar FBI agents and the InvnUgstlv rot the new high Mhool which
ethers la this Job of doing what Rtth.e W fwtst. sad. Cemetery at Quttmaa.Mr Viable Waites: tad senior team Ivy W Perry, were sleeted toem practices the bureau follows. I would utills the IsAvroom and
DM to be done to male We bet .... of f atbtise. ......... UMi Bulla waa born to OoVtuttt Cathy Han and Margie McOon with holdover director Randy Mrs Hugh Lewi. and Mrs. Sara afrfrla now al Pin View
I ter. happier and mora prospfu saeaUy .4.i>< sBfaMlMad County Oa., and was a past Wee aiel. ..... McDowell Austin and Prances, Skipper were presented Undo Urm .f the bid UM

doing this span of years chapel mesMttal library, thy Matron of th* Eastern Slay OeneraJ SVmonslraUMta, boys: Swig during the coming club corsage by UM young dtpwtle school board ha 10 day m which
\ la an those ,..,.. I hate never. wOl .-... at It.M sjsvWJMM Her hmband. who was Injured junior Individual Chart hunter j year, Th local Junior Deputy League to officially dan the *ontr*... day
i served with a group the atw of .. ..... wlfl sun also in the crash but who Is ..* Jour ...... Edward and. KiaumdPoHcher : IN.. S C-UiiM4 an r... II) (N*. I r.*iUa.ed an ..... .1.1CnJt.nty bee been Informed thai .his offer
this IKmaa committee more_ as best at a **M.ry hid *bMk. peeled to rieour. ; Is a prominent : senior Individual David IN.. I c-a...... *n Pg II
dedteatod to. common cause a** ........ al 111M.... wSiJiMMrtrf Mason In Georgia and a deacon Paulk: and senior team Bob Oar*
than arc Ibe IS men who make ttaae MtCmOt*** *m *- UM First Baptist Church at QuIt- rimes and David hulk Now 100 lloyg Junior Club I Fashion
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m> UM -. .* now nnsJMng man for many year Junior
a eonprefMnsiv reeommendaUoaM A sheet tMgrass. fsatavtacVM In addition to UM husband and Kay Walker girls, pubu sptskinf. Charles Merrill Cottage Dedicated) Show Stated TonightrtM

school faeBKfas needed tn this *.tSM. teen ... Iamb Nay Mr*. Wilson, ah I* survived bj apta we "..,. T*
county a** bow best toga aboutbuOdtng smrw ..... two ether "_"'I. Mrs. Mary Junior, .,* puke Sunday At Sheriffs ) Ranch April ,.....*. Ib fMbiM
nod paytatc far then. TW setttre sawn bMM Is spew. Evelyn Wamack and Mia Char Oar, 001' Pftklnf'l Boys skew sfisturod by UM J.aJr f

Since September. many of M .. the ...... IN* t CmmUmmit *n rag lDedicate > Senior. girl publie The fifth resident cottage at the Florida Sheriff WMnan' nab *f tlv Ova. wUb
have lasted oar views tar there Chs/ten Sugg Boys Ranch pee.nl.l al slgbl .'stonbtonlgbl
was officially dedicated here Sunday. to the

should ta a always mamas be agreesMnt this stat when even Cottage At Ranch KlahEubanka.Srnlor boys pubs late Charles t:. Merrill, founder of the brokerage firm of ....Tbwvcafl.. Sb.4 A4lt1 al .UMJMMJ ..

the geal and steer M the sasa*. Junior boys lamp making U1nf'1 )Merrill Lynch. Pierre Kenner and Smith ins, one of Tb .... wot .. ........ 5 v
America's largest bond firm
Borne! men an UM eommiue* have Olaas. Mss laid tteNb..
Opening *f In* Merrill collage.
voted again the desire stf UM
Junior girt lamp mating, Jen*, al the Ranch rUm th* lntliwUon's
community m which they bee. I I
ethers revs been wilting to accept' ,y P 1CAI Aifer ours capacity to 100 boy, for New Stralglata"' Stutlents
facts that are dfctasteral and all Senior. boys .laaip making. Martin each aotUg I* designed. to bowie

Of*. I Canllsiaid en rag II! Libby M boys with eamnvdsUpn for
Senior girls lamp shaking. 0 ten* a _tap parent aoupl fI f-
M da Haas.Junior. Those itundlng the ceremony -
School AdrisoryCroup tractor driving eomlae t. Sunday heard Sate TreasumBrward

Postpones Meeting r Stanley Crtbba.Senior William pay horn*** toUM
tractor driving eontoat, Orn Cv Spring reuse
The -waasne Cwsarty irbsilawl t rJ:1 John Haas.ShareltMfun.. who went. en to beaen err of UM
lord Addy, Cite e rill junior, Cindy nations top. financiers and en \
SBOT. twfeM IT1ea4 g J Shrppard. senior Margie and Joyed a barbecw bincq a* ,..t.t
.. **4g aJ_ ..*....... CUeaw ClaodJ McDonald, of UM ranch.
sell I
H.BaUUt eke mac.
TrgeUbl judging molest: Jbnmy .Jfr. Robert Magewan of San.
bee Taasday aka Tb mnef-
Ray lUOhoua. Kaimrti if
rrenrtaso., Cands*.blr
Ng was pa./ewl ho sell M Orven Marilyn Baandera. and Mnrtfl. unveiled the plaque at Ih*
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aett Bassi i tnw tee erepane Jerry Doff }
sottasw.
to be deafled far .abaa.- ,r s
Ost and:=eg lived girl award. A. war _dent ef Wtnn )
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ten i* CM hit .mi ..nil ward Martha Duw. told ..,.. .......,. .f UM
S. UM next lw. wwaa.lb. CallftrD.JunIor
boy sward, Ranch' work which M to a sub*
ehae.a all sep sU Brae Ward. .
stantlal anlrtbwUon by In* MfPtMndsttan
Mae a atN'e. Sum .e Owtstandtnf senior girl ...... fin and resulted. toUM
t.e ......... ..... *0 bed Olenda Haas
11 ; ewer de4IaW Sunday i t -'
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been eulrl end woe 4
Outstanding senior boy award D* M wa* her Sunday and par
w bed M the p.,... tans BUI Cannon.CM Ucfpatad M UM uresaany, II* ban -

_M&Rdbn parttrtpaUan swirl S.. ardent btMUr W UM RaiMh.wniaaM p"'i: to UM iwwaaie Mgbfcl ......
Ndneasaa.6trr
sell he W be asiaJ.... a4a. ....,.* anfer 4-H Cbsb.Mr laved UM sottagrmbott ., **>*J
.. ermS used by Isha. and Mrs. E. K. Ifssafitonwer .f tile entir factoty altb *ttv... TbM sl.4*..* aee ....... ....M pevvttg b* res.geW..1 ..*
ItiI Bitrrt Mj.*wMi asmtts UM NapsAH mad..m.isi risBBtiait tar Ihttr west Ranch and. said. M ... UM
fie.m .=....-5 bald ... .......... ., CbtIe and ling In UM ... tMM waldi.if.rls Atone ate ..... .*..... pies sad
mnm **Os.* at tb rtseMa ...rtff procrass.Prd story el naspi tmnsia .t f
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by *y W.d and DaTsfM al n My ** Uf aasrwlaw al 15.*. ..... to
Me Raab here SSM was alas rwscnbvd eM b0vtngt b. S
......... headed by >, Mta Magwan I* a .*.gble *t ..,. an Idea sliM .......... .
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-e 5 by th* here' ttvwtodi one fsk avrfc*| ..... Tbsesaa ....... sad
Ju4M snd then b iiUilly and
IMta and I* Nsw w w.b We >..>... aid A. IX DswK. far rtgbs. wwklM >*
Woe c. Wads*art* frr awb- _1111 of team fsr ba rest wtUiwbkto ...... togeUMT ba UM Amman way to JlaaaW IBM, TW *ib r ors b....*. hat ttt wwa. se* Jaai.
-S M th. tel ..sasetggut Wpes.aali aa1 l.setyntrMrNat 1.' ... 1tkettr led to UM toe gJntn ftUMSUI Mint ..... ...arc.. ihsema. "1st. Jebws. Casey rrlsnd. HsfvMI Weftlo. Wet
baftw ... Asa U.. part IbM made UM **ttag* psrs.lk. Tbto by Dan ......, .
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Oike About Thlt FLORIDA'S It llappened In




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Truman Partly Right in charge of Astronauts Gus Orissom and John / 1915-1910-1955 ,!

We would like to agree with President Truman Young. ByDoyle ....
about the march of the Negroes and sympathizers The only thing we can recall regarding any Iiih BeConner

from Selma to Montgomery. He said it was "silly". successes the Russians have had has been the announcement Taken From Th Filet Of z

With that we agree. He said it wouldn't accomplish of the completion of the objective, and I r "'
anything. Don't know about that. perhaps a few pictures of the flight, following the A real breakthrough in the THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT 'r=

One thing it has accomplished la oodles of publicity flight, with which to impress the world. There has method of applying pesticides I I
been no running account of the actual suchas holds promise of big savings for
flights,
for the civil rights cause. We can see no other of the visiting garden committeeIn five of the North Florida
our Florida fruit and vegetable group
purpose In this march, so we have to say it Is accomplishing has been given the public from Cape Kennedy 1915 the Live Oak Garden Club, has checks were exchanged to complete

its objective. when major manned rockets are launched.The growers.I note In agricultural business A. P. Mickler, who has been arranged under the auspices of the purchase and sale Officials --

Hundreds of bleeding hearts and bearded beatniks orbits Tuesday displayed to the world that advices out of Washington a report with the Citizens Bank as cashier. the local Garden Club for the of Rural Electrification
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throughout the country rallied to the "cause". the United States is making rapid progress in exploration that a new spray nozzle has for a number of years, has purchased following gardens to be open to Administration from Washington,
of space, that its is one that will an interest in the insurance all Sunday the North Florida
Page after page of publicity has rewarded the program been developed which permits a the general public day Company and
march leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, for his sore betaken step by step with every provision taken for chemical to be sprayed on crops business of B. W. Helvenstonit AprJ11. Florida Telephone participated
feet and his risks. safety of Its operators of the space craft, with success In undiluted form; eliminating Son Mr Helvenston business Is a pioneer in Mrs. R. S. McCoy, Mrs. AlfredT. the short observation.

How much better it would have been to permitthe In every detail, of which there Is no doubt. the need to add many pounds of Oak in the and Insurance has been eminently Alrth, Mrs. H. E. Leech, Mrs.

march in the first place without any to-do. Newscasters Tuesday referred to the "routine"of water to get the desired coverage Live successful. There are few men C. J. Hackney Mrs. 0. A. Lee, Rudolph V. Scott Suwannee

Then it would surely have accomplished nothing of the Gemini launch and flight, which getting to The U. S. Department of Agriculture who have been as successful in Mrs fi. W. Helvenston Mrs. W. County commissioner, was named
be a habit at Cape Kennedy. has had a hand in the new E. Hants, Mrs. S. C. Sansbury, to the Board of Directors of the
note. But the scene was carefully laid and Governor the business as Mr. Helvenaton
Florida Association
development and reports savingsin and Mrs. J. C. Fletcher. The gardens of County
Wallace stepped into the trap, predictably. GUI Orlasom and John Young have been congratulated and with Mr. Mickler associated Commissioners, at
the
T. T. Scott
application costs running as of )ir. and Mrs. organs a.
Yes, we have to say this march is accomplish for their success as the first two man with him, it may be expected to tion'a annual convention
high as SO per cent to 80 per cent. will not be open on Sunday but held last
ing all that its organizers could ask of it. team to go In orbit for the U. S. But there is more According to pesticide experts, grow and prosper even greater will be open Saturday, April 6. week end In Jacksonville. Scott
than that back of flight into than It has in former years.
Press-Gazette Milton any space. There are that means farmers may be able win represent this congressional
the engineers, who designed the rockets and the to cut their costs from the cur- It was announced here Thursday district.
capsule, the contractors who designed them, the rent average of 75 cents to $1.80 The school officers of the Stateof that Hal Hunter, former student
Parents Blamed hundreds of electronic engineers and technicians an acre down to as little as 23 Florida have been In session Tuesday in- at Stetson University's Bible! Mrs. Clyde Dempsey won the

The PTA Magazine In its April issue lays most and others including the military, who work as a cents an acre.Designed Live Oak since 9:30: o'clock School, will have charge of the 6th flight of the Woman's Oolf
The meetings are
of the blame for juvenile misconduct at the feet of team in making the successful flights possible from especially for mala morning and services at the First Baptist Tournament last week end in Tallabassee. -
held In the court house
parents. That is right where we thought it belongs Cape Kennedy thlon, which i is "safer" louse than the being attendance is good, nearly every Church here Sunday. This event is sponsored

all along. Tuesday's success was a magnificent exhibitionof deadly parathion, the new application county in the state being rep annually by the Ladies Oolf Association .

How have parents changed in the past few decades this team work. The Tribune joins with the technique has been used in resented. Miss Barbara Hunter, daughter of Tallahassee
? whole United States in offering congratulations.Cocoa field operations by USDA on millions of Mr*. E. Bardln Hunter Is iteelvint -
of acres for the put two congratulations on being Lavaughn Johns son of Mr
They are more permissive, more Indulgent, and Tribune Free delivery of mall in Uve
and Mrs. F. D. Johns of
years. elected vice president of the Phi this city
know much less about what their children are do- Oak started today, with Fred received an appointment
Malathion, a first cousin to and Beta National honorary musical u a
ing. Religion Not .f FailureThe parathion has the lowest animal Oreen carrying Route 1 fraternity at Stetson University messenger in the Florida House of
There are other factors than lack of parental George McDaniel Route 2. They
toxicity of any organic phosphate. where she Is a sophomore in the ReJ reaentatlvel.
challenge to religion and the role of the start from the office at 7:30: a.m.
control which contribute to today's slackening of He Is
church It has been cleared for use againstmore school: of music a junior at Suwannee
standards. The PTA article scores our se-saturated are no different today from what they were insects than any other pesticide. and 13:45 pjn. High School where he Is a memberof
society of adults. In the past. While there are various creeds, philisophiea the Beta Club Hi-Y. Key Club

The shoddy fare at movies these days strainsat and faiths, they seek essentially to bring The new spray technique has Mr. A. J. Skipper has secured old 1955 and serves as Klwanls Club plan.

the outer limits of all decency. Television features about the communion between man and a Supreme been developed especially for the building known as the lat. He served as a page during
Being Differences in the of for lodge stand on West Howard Word wu received here at noon the 1953 session.
manner operating the malathion and especially; ;
violence and double-entendre. Radio blares
Street and opened an up to data Thursday from State Senator J.
various churches does o'f .
not involve the substance of aerial treatment large areas.
out lyrics of unmistakable suggestiveness. And literature grocery and feed store. Mr. Skip- Graham Black that the state improvement
religious beliefs. However, engineers are reportedto
from novels to magazines, seems to find per has been with the C. W. Rogers commission had approved Use Baked PotatoesA
There Is be working adapting it to
on
no
to believe
the key to commercial success in blatant, unwhole- reason the peaslmlatlcconclu.lons Wholesale Grocery Co. for an additional grant of main dish can be simply prepared
treatment.
some exploitation of sex. of some individuals, who assert that ground malathion coats several years and Is thoroughly $50,000 to the Suwanneo County with baked potatoes. Whilethey're

We parents set the example for our children.We men and women are going to the dogs faster than than Although some other chemicals more the familiar with the grocery and Hospital for Its planned addition. still hot, scoop out the
ever. Neither is there any basis for the opinion that feed business pulp and mash with deviled hams
take in these movies and expose our children to cost savings in application are I and- /
shoddy literature. We seek fun in liquor and par- millions and millions of people have turned "against realized because of the saving in Jacksonville Dreams plans paid off here milk:, and butter. Return to shells
God". If either of these conclusions true, the inevitable J. J. Heard of was Wednesday morning when ownership and broil until golden brown.
ties. How can our youth have higher standards? It weight. A plane can carry In one
deduction I Is that religion and the church i In Live Oak yesterday and today. of 10 exchanges of the Florida .
load 'great deal of the
is natural for our children to value the things we a more
have failed in their purpose. We are not preparedto 'straight" chemical required per He attended the meeting of the Telephone Corporation passed The best laid plans in the world
value to absorb attitudes If know what is
our we
directors of the Live Oak and to the
:
accept this. newly formed North Florida will not produce dollars unless
acre, than it can If the productis
right and good and let our conduct fall consistently Citizens Banks yesterday when
diluted. That fewer Telephone Company. At a brief they are backed by energy and
Like means
Wales
-
below the level of good standards, our children are News the two institutions welded held
trips, less loading time and less were ceremony at the general of. hard work.
likely to do no better. i into one

None of us is perfect. We all falter and make No Prule total It also plane means rent. mixing time Is .

mistakes. We can demand some overt adherence to Bloodshed in racial outbreaks at Selma, and eliminated and less ground support

standards of our children. And we know we oughtto. earlier in Marlon, are no source of pride to Ala- Is required. 19WPaul AllisChalmersSALES

bamlans. I assume that possibilities of C. Baechle was named
It Is not easy to train a child, but we who are Respect for the law and for order must be drift remain, because the new next president of the Live Oak

responsible for his being ought to be responsible forMS maintained regardless of the lengths to which profe.aalona.1 technique atomizes the chemical Rotary Club at the annual election
Vrtintng. .." .. .. -- .....* ,- rabbla-rouMri tMort. to a very fine spray which la likely of officers held during the and SERVICEIN
Press-Gazette Milton When the paid do-gooders fly Into this state to to stay airborne longer than a I regular luncheon meeting of thegroup

make trouble, the most practical procedure, it appears heavier mix so It will continue to Monday. Baechle will succeed THE LIVE OAK AREA

will be to "kill them with kindness", be necessary for applicators to be Alfred T. Alrth.
Lore And Money extremely cautious in choosingthe I Principal Charles V. Schoppt
Not with bullets and clubs.
Among Its many Interests, the United States Brewton, Alabama time and conditions for their was named secretary for the year. We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor
Standard
Public Health Service is alert to the peal of wed work. Directors include Alrth, Batchle, Will Pick At Your
W. ( Up Farm And Deliver)
Schoppe. T.
Newsom. W. Louis
ding bells. Las year, it notes in Its annual report,
What l. The Matter? Can you Imagine paying 33 Tedder W. C. Marshall and Louie
approximately 1.7 million marriages took place In ALL WORK
What is the matter with this cents each for a. baking potato? C. Wadsworth. GUARANTEED
the U. S., rate of 9 country?
a per 1,000 population and the Neither can I and I'm glad we
Hardly
any two persona in this nation wouldagree
highest since 1956. live In Florida where spuds -r even W. H. Williams
will head the
on the
Thafa a lot of bliss to crowd into 13 short answer to this question. Leo Dunnam
This la not good baking ones can be I local Elks Lodge for the 1040-41 Building
months but leaving Cupid out of it for the moment, surprising, because the explanationof purchased at a reasonable cost. : year as exalted ruler succeeding
it means a lot of business, too.Statl.tlclans present problems does not lie in any particular Retail prices for potatoes In the I J. U McMull n. Other officers (Mayo Road Across From Howland Feed Mail)

with nothing better to do have indictment. There are many causes. Chicago area have been running : elected were Reece Brown esteemed -
eetlmated that the average bride receives about In fact, there la probably no one who knows the 30 per cent to 80 per cent higher leading knight: Ottti Phone 362-3222

$1.000 worth of wedding presents, the average complete answer Efforts to understand our eco- than a year ago became of small Brown esteemed loyal knight; G.

bridegroom spends a couple of hundred dollars on a nomic machinery are hindered by various factors, supplies available from last year's W, Sanchez esteemed lecturing

week's honeymoon and the average newly-weds invest Including self-interest. crop. knight: W C. Marshall tiler; and Landen Tractor Co.
several thousand In furniture, appliances and About the best thing that the average individual In the New York City market R. P. Hopkins joe Do*ling and
area one retailer reported recently I McMullen.
trustees.
the like during the first can do If questions like this present themselves
year. HAROLD
Idaho LANDEN Owner
premium baking potatoes
to his mind, ii to ,
forget about the
Maybe that's why so many people are Interested moment nation for the the great big ones like those I Mrs. C. J. Hackney, chairman
and
ask: "What's the "
In other people'i weddings. The axiom that two matter with me? on which the Northern Pacific r
can live as cheaply as one Is open to challenge. But If the inquiry is pursued relentlessly, and with Railroad once built a fine reputation .

as long as there are young optimists around to giveIt diligence, there Is bound to be some result. for the luxury: of Its diningcar

a try, the butcher and the baker and the candlestick -Lake Wales News wearies have been selling
maker have nothing to worry about. at 1 for 30 cents wrapped In foil.

-Jackson County Florldsa Marianna It is next to Impossible for a politician, these He noted a competition price of
days to speak out on the subjects the way he 23 cents each I IA
would like to. I GO AHEAD ,

Teeth Are Needed comprehensive, scientifically

A year or more ago after lengthy discussion It's not what men eat, but what they digest, conducted teat of controlled atmosphere SUE/
(CA) storage for citrusis
with railroad officials, the Bartow city commission that makes them strong; not what we gain, but planned by the ble Sunklst .
adopted an ordinance limiting the length of freight what we save, that makes us rich: not what we cooperative of California.

trains pasting through the city and. If memory Is read but what'we absorb, that makes us learned: According to The Packer, national <- K V 1

not faulty, setting a limit on how long. any given not what we preach, but what we practice, that produce journal some research ,
crossing may be blocked. makes lovable. Francis Bacon on CA has been underwayover

Tuesday morning, a long freight train, inching ". the part two years. Now U Is

across the North Broadway crossing, came to a A friend is someone who does not fall to sup being expanded.

complete halt. Within a few minutes, automobile port you when the "gang" begins to pick the car- Some 100.000 cartons of Navel

traffic was backed up to Church Street two long case They are few oranges will be Involved and the
results will be checked all along
blocks away and beyond. One report had the end .
the line from
the time of storage
of the line at the court house, between Davidson Poor timing: Telling a man who has lost his at a packing house to unloading
and Main shirt to roll up his sleeves Times-Republican.! at a market.

Several minutes later, drivers at the far end of Marahalltown. Ia. "We Intend to make sun this

the line began turning off on Church Street, seeking process will do everything It ls

a route around the silent and motionless train. supposed to do before we recommend
One bus driver, with schedule to keep, left his vehicle The Suwannec DemocratOF Installation of expensive Did you know that a cancelled check is a legal receipt for

and walked to the tracks to take a look at the (storage equipment to our members -
situation. LIVE OAK FLORIDA ," said W. E. Baler, Sunklst payment made? A Checking Account also show where

Some spectator wondered "/.. IoU Ifwl tk s._... research manager
audibly if there had o/ .* R1Hr Fall y
been an accident up the line. FDA? : Consolidate LEADER has Controlled worked marvelously atmosphere well storage foe your money went and for what helpful for budgetingand

Eventually. the train moved on. To those who Established!: 1184 August J. 1M7 Established IBM the apple Industry extending the
waited and waited and waited for some sign of life rablfafci'd Every faraday as rise A Cannes Street fruit -fresh- life to the !point tax records. We have a Checking Account made to

among the train crews it seemed that the city's Louie CTWadsworth ...Editor & Publisher) that apples are available In to fit
needs
the
train limitation ordinance needs sharper teeth. Clara S. Wadsworth.Associate Editor I day's markets practically the year your at Commercial Bank.COMMERCIAL.

-Polk County Democrat Bartow Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manager 'round.

George T. (Pete) Wright....Shop Foreman: !!. Basle theory of CA U to remove

Link In Moon Trip Second Class Postage Paid At Uv Oak. Florida i the oxygen from a storage room
SUBSCRIPTION BuvaniMW County $4.00 and replace It with harmkaa gas
Queens of the United States were proud '
again RATES Outside Buwannee County IS.00 es. Decay and shriveling are prevented
Tuesday, when the Gemini (Molly Brown) manned -A.L L SUBaORSrriONa=Payable In Advanc i: eI and shelf ttfe in UM rtUU .
spacecraft successfully completed the objective of market la lengthened.

three orbits with two astronauts aboard. Mission BANK

was completed In great style -MEMBER OF Early Florida sugar' Industry Is .

Tb entire program Tuesday was viewed by our Florkia Press .aSTJWAKXEK commemorated by UM Sugar term -
eKlMna In the U. 8. and dUsena around the world < e Ram HUtorM Memorial at New OF LIVE OAR
: COUNTYChanbw
via TV. and a running account of UM flight wu Smyrna Beaeb.Bapplnati .
radio I have discovered b LIVE OAK FLORIDA
kept on during the entire flight, so everyone of -- -
and hear about Bearty always a rebound from
could ** the Gemini's performance
bard works-David Orayaoo

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APRIL 1, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THREE



(9fg t 1 Mis Harriett Magtlaline Thompson Mrs On Club Zinober Program, Choir Mrs Robert Drew Mills


The Baptist Chare Janter
Nq Choir Mt Mrs. M. R. Ztnober
WOM6N will be on the program when
the Woman's CUb of Live Oak
metis. Friday, for their' regular.
I meeting at the club h...e at
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor 1gls. Mr*. Zlnober will speak
.n the hamanltle court InSuwanne

I )1i88 Brabliani Given Breakfast Shower j M Mr* V* J.Hlrt Smuts School.. club ,...... M a
I
Miss, Karen ferry and Miss Miss Elaine Dennis, Mist Elaine i dent urges all member' U at, I
Eileen Kunert entertained with a I Vann. Miss Carolyn Boswell Miss tend. I
.
breakfast And kitchen shower I Ann Garrison Miss Caroline Hart ,
Saturday morning In the homeof I Miss Elisabeth\ Plttman Miss Mrs! Davit Bridal
Miss Perry on Pin Avenue for Bobbl Davis, Miss Martha Land
MlM Bobbt Brabham bride-elect Mrs. Philip Odom. Mrs. Wayne Shower Honoree t
of April thirdCentering Lon[. Mrs. Leroy Skinner sister The home of Mrs Alton Bonds I|
the dining table was of the groom-elect and Mrs ".f I on Barclay Street was the setting,
an arrangement of pink and white Homer Ratlltfi 'r. 4 for a bridal shower honoring Miss
azaleas In a heart shaped milk I Carol Davis bride-elect of March
glass bowl. Sprint flower were Mrs. Hunter Club ." 28. recently.
used throughout the home and .1 Mt In the center of the coffee table
living room where card tablet HWtea Last WeekThe y was a miniature bride surroundedwith
were placed. i Goodwill Club met last #t.. pink camellias.
Following" the breakfast the Tuesday In the home of Mrs. W. Games were played and prlrei"
honoree opened her gifts which W. Hunter. Mr*. John Hegler was 1: won by Mrs.' Fay Cason Mrs. ,rti r+
were In a decorated shopping cart. welcomed Into the club as a new Myrna Mills, and Mrs Vivian
Mrs. Harry Kunert and Mrs member. The devotional was the .' Smith.
Harvey Perry assisted the hostesses sixth chapter of the second Cortnthians. Mrs Ashton Payne assisted
In servingPresent Mrs Bonds In serving
with the bride-elect, Mrs. Martha Kellogg will be Attending were Mrs Cason,
her mother, Mr,. Spivey Brab- hostess to the club on April t. Mrs. Heltle Green. Mrs Smith.
ham and the groom-elect's mother : AC :: k Mrs. toy Burnette. Mrs Lucille (
Mrs. W. E. Williams were Miss WSCS Pan" Day a xl br a Freeman Mrs Rita Burnett Tyt
Elizabeth .
Mrs Mrs
Casey McFarland Miss Martha Evon Owens I
'
McPartsnd. Miss Sheila McDanIel, Of Spiritual RetreatThe Howell. Mrs Myrtle Nobles, Mrs
Miss Jo Rees Miss Neva Rogers Tallahassee District Woman's Irvin Dee, Mrs Bell Wooley Mrs \
Society of Christian Service Betty Payne Mrs. Annie Burnett.
Mrs Clydla Cannon. Mrs. Pat
will observe a day of Spiritual retreat
Kimberly Kay KnightMr at the Suwanne River State JonNlt.ln.MlIlI., Mrs. Clan> Howard Judge and Dirs.. rye Win'." Steen of May, annoane the
and Mrs. Wayne Knight Park Thursday April I. The program and Mr. Glenn Burnett, marriage. *f their daughter Und Fey U Robert Drew "...bb'*
of St. Mary's Oa, announce the will begin at ten clock and mother of the .groom-elect. Mills son *f Mrs. Myrtle. Mills and the late BranlUy Rees Mill *f
birth of a daughter, Sunday, Is under the leadership of Mrs. U,. Oak In Thomaavtlle, Gas *n Fekrwary It.
March twent- lghth. in St. Vincent S. M Strom of Quincy secretaryof Camellia Circle Sire Stills la attending Nrih Florida Janis' College I. Madison
', Hospital Jacksonville.The spiritual life cultivation for the Tour Halfortl and will gradual In May with an a-eelale ef art ........
baby weighed eight pounds district The Camellia Circle of the Live She will then attend Florida Slab University and major hi tto..
Mrs. Strom announced that
and ten ounces and has been
Oak Garden Club Inc. met on mentary education..
named Kimberly Kay Knight Mr Bruce Gray of Hastings conference -
Mrs. Knight Is the former Miss secretary of spiritual llf. March 11 and went to Ratford fora Mr. Mill I* a senior at Florida Stale f/nlvenllr and will
Oretchen Hunter The- maternalgrandparents cultivation will be a special: guest I tour of the greenhouses" of hundreds graduate In December' with a 15.5. degree In social .l.4le. edeea.tton. .
I Mr. ad Mr. F. Th. .. .
p. tb.
*** announce engagement f of beautiful orchids' .
and will
I assist with the district
are Mr, and Mrs .
their .......... Harriett Magdalene. ae Ronald A made of the chapel
wide O. Groom eon ( tour was .
W. W Hunter and paternal worship service Other con Th. eeupl will reaM at Wl ....U Drive, Tallahassee.
grandparents are Mr and Mrs It. ferries officer who will atttm Mr. ad :Mrs.. Ky Os.m. 8r, .f ranana' CU,. school grounds, and the greenhouse .!
A. Knight all of this city are Mr*. C. Durward Johnson The wedding will a* asi event s f early May. *.
stew, flower show to be held at Ralford
March IT being St. Patrick'sDay
Quincy president and Mrs. T.
Jason Kennon. secretary of youth: geaUd. of the Tallahassee district are the dining room was decorated Those making the trip were on May 71. 2:1.: and 24
BLUE LUSTRE work. Mrs. Strom cordially Invites all Mrs. W Clyde Dempsey, president with green and white. In Mrs O'Donald Hatch. Mrs. W M.Jrrnl..n. .
Eucmc The theme for the day will be Methodist women and pastors of and Mrs Fowler, the center of the table was a. Mra. M II. lllngson. Save space In clothe closet by I
1'CARPETSNAkP00 "To Seek And To PlmT the district and urge all local and Aubrey beautiful arrangement of Irish Mrs Ben Reid Mrs Jack Jones rolling crinoline petticoat u you
,w..., ThoM attending are asked to district officer to be present. chairman of the committee on potatoes and greenery The main I and Mr.. Phil Townsend Br would an umbrella. Blip each pet
bring their Bible. *. Ladle are asked Local women who are officers nominations. dish for the luncheon> was Irish The circle was Invited to the that Into an old nylon stockingIrt .
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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT UVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL I' 196&


Over Four Billion 1 Outttonding Senior 4.U Club Members ) JMiJe

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Corn Crop Bigger ProducerOf A, WASHINGTON


Wealth In United States MARCH OF EVENTS .

Washington Corn not cotton Is king[ nowa I ROOM LONG
days. The prolific yellow grain annually yields more VUP'S NEW OFFICE I| FOR WORK UNUSED

wealth than all the silver, gold, coal, and iron produced I NEAR SENATE ROOK. PURPOSES
in the United States. By HENRY CATHCABT

Annual harvests regularly exceed three billion bush- Central Press WcuMngto WriterWJSIIINGTONVlce

eta and In 1983 farmers brought President Hubert H. Humphrey has
In a record crop of four billion. the cance among some tribes, notably r mi p ph in the Senate wing on Capitol Hui,

Though a native American HopI. but tourists have lost access to a point of historical interest
American farmers acci-
Many
grain, corn is more widely cultivated Humphrey has taken over the vice president's ceremonial room
around the world than any dentally or deliberately crossed just off the Senate floor He has added some
other crop, the National Geographic corn, but It was not until early r new furniture, rugs, etc., and installed a tele
In the 10th that scientific
century
Society says ?t ;I phone. He uses the room as a base of opera
crossing of began In earnest '111rr.
Corn flourishes from Canadato corn ,epm0 i t tions convenient to the Senate dais, from
China, from Italy to India. The After World War II hybrids were which he open that body's official proceedings
plant thrived below sea level on Introduced on a large scale In each work day.

the Caspian Plain and as high as Europe, Asia, and Africa. The room hadn't been used for work purposes .

12.000 feet in the Peruvian Andes. Though corn is an diet Importantitem In the photograph on the left John Adlcks vice president of the Commercial Bank I la shown for 40 years. It contains some furnish.
in the human only a
The hardy stalks adapt to leas presenting an award to Bill Cannon for legs of historical interest that delighted tourists .
small portion of the world's vast having been named the outstanding senior 4-11 club bo;
than ten Inches of annual rain when they were explained by the
on the semi-arid plains of Russia crops Is eaten directly. Some 85 in the county A. P: Note vice president of the First National Bank. .Is pictured presenting the guides.There's. Capitol

and withstand the 200 inches per cent stays right on the farmto award to Glenda Haas for having been chosen the outstanding senior 4-II club girl In the picture a huge elaborate crystal chandelier
feed livestock and poultry The on the right. Photos( by Democrat Staff)
that flood the Hindustan tropic that once hung in the White House and wu
Farmers using more and better remainder moves to Industries for The Vice PrwtUtnt banished to the Senate room by President
machinery, fertilizers and pesticides !- processing into hundreds of food Theodore Roosevelt because it tinkled too
have made corn probabl and other products. Cub Scouts Gel Advancement To Higher RanksMembers Ifs matte some loudly In a summer breeze. There are the fa.
Into
paints
the most productive of all grainsIn Versatile corn goes changet moo Dolly :Madison mirror and a century-oiddf
terms of man-hours per bush- and pipe bowls, soaps, salad oil, of Cub Pack 86, sponsored scout's success. Eagle Scout Roy gran a'''a''.''s c lock whose chimes V..1 th e hour,
paper, matches margarine hair- by the Live Oak Elks Lodge Dudley explained what the design old timers say, used to summon the Senate into session
eLOne agronomist even gave his: waving preparations vinegar, held an advancement ceremonyand and colors of the American flag Soil Supervisors Will Humphrey has added an American flag and a flag of the state
corn muslo to grow by. To see i If cheese, chewing gum, bay rum, banquet here Thursday night portrayed. of Minnesota, which flanked his. desk, and there are also the vice
Meet Here
be affected by sound and face powder.Funeral Cubmaster Jim Shields officiated FridayThe All-in-all he's made
corn might Initiated into the pack as bobcats president's seal and standard. It an extremely
the enthusiastic experimentalist at the advancement! ceremony were Klah Shields, Mark regular monthly meetingof comfortable and attractive workroom.
set un test nlots with loudsoealc-- ana emphasized parental participation Powell Mike Powell and Paul the Suwannee River Soil Conservation When Teddy Roosevelt banished that chandelier, be .Is supposed
ers blaring twist music Oersh- Service and said such interest Deese. District Board of Supervisors to have remarked: "Put it In the vice president's room. It oughtto
win's "Rhapsody In Blue", and played a major role In a cub Advanced to the rank of wolfe will be held Friday at 3.30pjn. : keep him awake."
other selections during the growing -, For Mrs. IIinson along with Mike Brown were in the agency's office in the There's plenty of evidence that fast-talking, fast thinking
season. Though experts were Flan HourAt Richard Sullivan Wayne Corbin Agricultural Building with Chair- Hubert isn't doing much sleeping on the job.
skeptical the agronomist reporteda Story Cecil Skeen Joe Balsden, Jeff man J. Dan ROM presiding. I.
higher yield in the test al ea. Held SaturdayMrs. Regional Library Cameron Duffy Cason, Kim Otll Slated for discussion at the PRESTIGE POST T-Joe LalUa a long-time figure in Jour
The growing volume of golden Miss Elizabeth: Ball director of Phil Klauman, Rodge Medlock, meeting Is the impact a proposalnow nalistic circles in Washington, was named assistant to Whit
ears spilling from the world's Alma Mask Hinson died the Suwannee River Regional Library Robbie Moore, and John Saun- before Congress to charge House Press Secretary George Reedy the other day. Laltln was
cornucopia has been largely the Wednesday afternoon at the local in Live Oak will tell stories ders. district cooperators with engl assigned to a little cubby hole in the executive wing It Is to
result of hybrid corn. Hybrid con hospital following a brief Illness, Thursday April 1, at 3:30: pm. at Passed to the rank of bear were veering services beginning with small there's no room for a hat rack. It appears even smaller
is obtained by inbreeding selected She was born in Sumter County, the library located on South Pine Louis Green John Howland Hal the new fiscal year July 1. because of the clutter of filing cabinets stacked shelves, etc
strains to develop desirable sualitls Oa, April 30. 1879, and was approaching Avenue Lanier and John Saunders. A cut of 20 million dollars has with which the room abounds.
then crossing the strains. Of- her BOth birthday when She will tell English fairy tales Lion rank went to Stephen been proposed for 8C3 by the department One of Joe's good friends dropped In to offer his congratulations
ten two hybrids are Interbred to death occurred from the book. Faun and the Tann, John Saunders, and Carlos of the budget with the and. looking at the cramped quarters, he decided to have a
create what Is called In the best Mrs. Hlnson was the mother of Woodcutter's Daughter by Pic- Sotolongo. suggestion this amount could be little fun. H* kidded Joe on the mean-nese of his quarters,
sense of the word a double Mrs. Nan H. Martin with whom ard. Included in her stories will Two youngsters were advancedto I made up by charging cooperators pointed out the lack of a chair in which visitors could alt, and
cross. she had made her home for a be one about a coral comb lost by webelos rank the highest that for engineering services, such u generally expounded on his surprise that a man of such distinction
Most hybrids are sturdy enough number of years. She was a mem- the princess of the western leas, can be attained by a cub scout technical assistance in pond layout should rate such horrible official digs.
to be picked by machine can be ber of the Methodist Church. Malatl, the slave girl and the They were Ricky Eubanks and and drainage systems. Joe looked pained; seemed to wince under the onslaught on
adapted to different growing sea- Funeral services were held Sat- prince. Clever Dick and his unicorn Russell Sapp. I Ross predicted this would re- his ego Then, In quiet deadpan he replied: "I'm sorry we don't
sons and can be made resistant urday morning at 10:00 a.m. at and the prince who was The ceremony was performed in suit In a decrease: in the diggingof have more status symbols here for )'011. But you\ must admit
to diseases. the chapel of the Suwannee Funeral transformed Into a white hound full Indian regalia with scouts irrigation and stock water 1600 Pennsylvania Av .. is a good address
Unlike other cereals corn cannot Home with the Rev. Spivey dog. |II from Troop 389 assisting ponds In Suwannee County since 1 I
grow wild. The highly specialized Brabham and the Rev. Everett It would raise the total cost In ODDMENTS-An idler in the new', new House Office Buildup
tall grass is dependent on Williamson officiating Graveside many cases beyond the ability of got intrigued with the complex sound equipment set up In a
man for survival. services were held at the Havana small farmers to pay. hearing room. Upon examination, he also got ln.
American Indians, who cultivated Cemetery Saturday afternoon at v7thfIinVL mfJfire Meetings of the board are open trigued with some of the spelling on the equip. "CewnMl"
corn long before Europeans 1:.00 pm. with Suwannee Funeral to the public Ross added. bent At the console that controls the many
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. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT UVE OAK. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE 'I'

Long Program I
year I Outstanding Junior 4-H ClublHr.I. Funeral ServicesFor ,Muggs and Skeeter ;

Brazilian City Celebrates 400th I
JNEVSKEETER
Mrs. Mercer a Ea! wllArt rt
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Birthday With 356 Day Carnival t..I" IA.N UP,Qurnt! uPf SUPPOSED
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Washington Rio de Janeiro is celebrating: its 400th '. ,11 c:. l_ ; : Sunday / TNERE7rckAUSTIMING
birthday this year with a 356-day carnival. Funeral services for Mrs. Olg :
The gala atmosphere of the city's already famed Pre- Lee Mercer resident of this coun- 1
enten Carnival will be kept alive by a year-long programc (: ty for 50 years, were held Sunday
,: regional fairs and festivals, the National. Geographic \1.\ afternoon at 3:00: pjn. at Orange A
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Society says. ;, I, Baptist Church with the pastor
During 1965. Rio will be the nest ever. The four-day spectacular '. ,, the Rev J. H. Brown officiating. .
always takes ''"' !II "' -./ ,, Burial was In the adjoining acme.
for an International festival over the city, ''
host featuring ballet electronics films much like Mardi Qras In New :-- ),:' tery with the James B. Danle

fashions jewelry displays music Orleans. Offices close and cos- t .:-' f r : I Funeral Home of Live Oak In
tapestry sports wines and gastronomy turned dancers samba down the charge of arrangements
not to mention a European main streets Hundreds of bands .. Mrs. Mercer died hen suddenly -
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toot and bang.Carnival ., Friday
Common Market Exposition, ( \ jt> .,' ,
an International Congress of HairStylists ends around noon of She was a native of Texas and WlWTBYtMGTOGlT
the widow of Leman C, Mercer OH.,, ,
and the first PanAmJamboree. Ash Wednesday when crowd \1 .;: DlvICi lb DETE r OUTER SPMcE pu6GED
There also will be gather at the city jail to welcome ... .!. ,.: who died May 5. 1083 She was a MTERaDS AND BEFORE TNa RutOANS ''
special horse races soccer tames, the release of over-Jubtlant .. ,..,. member of the Orange Baptist AIETEORIT ,' Doi ....
beauty contests flower shows, revelers. Traditionally the freed Church. r ),
folk dances, and fireworks. prisoners march out singing un- Lavoye Boggas 01 Uve Oak Jewelry presented awards at eeunty Survivors Include three daughter IA I I@D@3@1
On March I, the actual day of chastened holding their heads events day to Brace Ward and Martha Cennell named the .at- Mrs. Opal Butts Live Oak, A j
founding of Rio de Janeiro high. standing junior 4-11 club boy and girl In the eeenty. <(FheU< ay Mrs. Bertha Strahan Bruna. Texas -
the birthday cake 15 feet high and In 1963. Brasillan authorities Democrat Staff) and Mrs Dorothy Carte. t r
weighing a 2.640 pounds will be cut claimed the carnival was the Qultman, Oa; a son J. B. Mercer // ..
quietest In five Live Oat two deters Mrs
and passed to thousands. years. Even so.
many people died, 2.000 were In- I Hoffman Named Toucliton la Assigned Fay McCeely and Mrs Falbe ,b,1l
Visitors flying or sailing down lured and 1.500 arrested Salver both of Beaumont. Texas; d r4yr" i ssA_.
to Rio for Uu Quadrlcentenntalwin Not surprisingly the theme of To Unit In Germany 33 grandchildren and II great
find the_ city handsomely this year's carnival win be Rio. Assistant Ag V CORPS, GERMANY (AHT- grandchildren. rw.,
primped for the occasion.: history. Elaborate floats win recall NC) Army Pet Cecil B Touch Active pallbearers were Clarence -
New streets luxury hotels and the moment when Portugese Commissioner ton Jr. whose parents live on Drlggers, Ray Baker BllMcManaway.
a 17-mile underground road explorers sailed Into Rlo's bar.I Route 4. Live Oak. was assigned Drew Landen
the longest municipal tunnel In bar on the first day of January, to the 15th Ordnance Company inOermany James Brown and Marvin Home
the world were built to coin 1502. Mistaking the bay for a March II Serving as honorary pallbear I
ride with the celebration. Shabby river. the sailors christened It Rio r Touchton a mechanic's helperIn era were Baal Ikea George Dee.
city squares hare been sprucedup der Janeiro River of January. the company near Fulda. en. Harry Clark. Harry Howes. Stanley '
with fountains and flowers. The city marks her beginning tered the Army In July list andreceived Saunders, and Mack Mercer.
and a civic-minded paint company from March 1. 1565 when the y baste training at Fort a.
offered a 29 percent discount to Portugese started erecting the e Gordon. Oa,
any customer who painted his first permanent settlement a w The SO-year-otd soldier was Fashion Slick II W
house or office for the anniver-! fort to drive out French encroachersl. c graduated from Suwannee High Look for the fashion stick a l
aryThe I Rio remained a small School In 1963 and was employedby walking cane with a jeweled knob Portable Bargain
Pre-Lenten' Carnival pro* village unto 1SOS when Napoleon Farmers Hardware before entering top. a curved whit. leather nan- ("*. <
mised to be the biggest and mer chased Portugal prlnce-regen. the Army die, Just for fun with suits from $

Coast to CoastSTERLING!

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ITS AMAZING HOW MANY 'THAT rACR .
rAST-BUCK 6UYSroeaoTTEAi HAVE ANYFLKe,
THC cooo OLD TH'SGtMpi
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GOLDEN RUUE.ANO POOL. 'IeousoWvr"Aao IIAKOLO II. IIOtTM.INTALLAlIASAEE
TWO-TOOT RUBBCe I
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employee of the State Chemist
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president of the Association 01
Southern Teed Fertiliser andPesticide T
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Control Officials, was
advanced' today by Commissioner! $100
Doyle Conner to the post of Assistant -
Commissioner' In the FlorIda HEW

Department of Agriculture. ,
Harold H. Hoffman, II. sueeeeds -
Frank W Rlsher whose retlrement 11 aySMITHCORONA
after 3< years In State
agricultural service, became effec
Ute April IIt .

U gratifying to find withinour This famous came in portable new open big eitrti*-
own organisation a man so full efflce-ilie" Few .
keyboard) Few, portable pri .
well qualified to assume the nuraerous -
duties and responstbtUUe The 1963 Sterling U Ihe Ideal' family portobU

of the Assistant Commbwtoner SEA i full featured for full family u...
office," Conner said.
"In his dual capacity as Dire*- Hlgh-ipe.d key-set tabulator'
I lor of the Division of Admlnistra
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lion he will be generally supervising -
the routines of InterMpartmental .Ire P. bs .. In w.w New mar-proof finish 0 Firm erasure fable I

affairs and numerous "YOU'RE much much better than your novel" Oulc .s.t margins 0 Tflmllne Carrying Cat
programs of cooperation with other
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BUY MY KNABE GRAND PIANO, IN native of Nebraska. Hoffman FARM nntKAif i>Hr! A\rt!! : UIMPAMFHLEON :! I ....t Lw., --fw ,_,
has been. a reatdent ot Florida
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EXCELLENT CONDITION. HAS A eIt.! = iu n.;
since 111*. He attend primary >......>
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BEAUTIFUL EBONY FINISH. and secondary schools at Winter : J. GI1X, SK.JWrlr Ei 'y
Haven and was graduated at the
University of Florida m III with Ajral
BILLY MILLS
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Phone MM 206 Lhr Oak, Fla.A .. FARM LIABILITY
POLIO-H Alt. ,
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Dam Jose out of Europe.
The soon to be King of ron.aii -
gal packed his court and crown P. O. aoUVI et orrice ......,.
Jewels In 40 newts. and moved O.' use. .es.aett
the royal seat to Wo .. Janeiro.
LIKE AN
Although Don Joao returned t* _
Europe, RIo continued la thrive OFFICE TYPEWRITERtIKLT
.e ft trading port hub of Portu- eo MODERN WITH 8WA""INClA.' PulL
gar. Asian and African empire PRKED LIKE A PORTABLE
and capital *f Brasfl.BnaUla .
reptaeed Rto as capital .
la 1N, but UM fun-loving city WORTH MORE i
remains a shipping and Industrial .
MtropoU The eltys po uIa- J" .
Uon has grown' to these snullan .1
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Rio la aWl the nation's cultural
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Completes Training burr Florida; Susan Tedder, Bob April 16th be holiday. Motion car.
News And Activities From Pine Level I
I Ruttedge, W. R. Howell, Marylee ried.
Haddon. and Everett L. Williamson Sale was held on following ve-
I THE RECREATION CENTER I Mr. and Mrs George Smart Mrs Drew Holmes visited Mrs. to attend Biology Area meet hicles and sold to highest bidderas
r spent Monday night with Mr. and H. M. Moore Monday morning. ing, March 13, 1965 In Tallahassee listed:
Mrs. Carl Tressler enroute from Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood of Florida; Shellle Q. Brown to 1951 Chevrolet JEA tUna
By ROT SULLIVAN Director
Ft. Myers to Madison, Ind. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. attend State Teachers Association Bill Deese, $120.00;
A major need and Improve. grade paddle tennis tournamentplay I Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes B. F. Hayes Friday afternoon.Mr. March 18, U, and 20, 1965 In Miami 1951 Chevrolet JEA 703200.
ment Is now under construction for April begins Monday visited Mr. and Mrs J, F. Toole and Mrs. H. M. Moore were Florida; Mrs. Agnes Folsom, Bill Deese, $120.00;
at the Recreation Center where Registration will be open until Monday night business visitors Mayo Monday. personal leave, March 1, 1965. 1950 Chevrolet HEA: 77405,
workmen under the direction ot: 6:00: pm on April 8. Basle playIng M. J. Lepper and sons, Albert Mr. 'and Mrs H. C. Wood of Motion carried. Bill Deese, $100.00;
Bob Wolfe are building restroom rules for regulation tennis and Michael, of Lake City visited Jacksonville spent Friday night The Board approved the recommendation 1951 Chevrolet JEA 106250.
facilities for boys and for girls will govern the tournament. Mrs Julia Lepper and Mr. and and Saturday with Mr and Mn. of Mr. Wlllard AI Patterson Bill Deese. $110.00;
The facility Is located midway between Mrs. Harry Lepper Saturday af Drew Holmes. / Principal at Wellborn, 1951 Ford FSRIAT 14027,
the two baseball diamondsat Registration forms for the boys ternoon.Mr Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent that Mrs. Myrtle Smith be put Hoyt McKnlght. 310.00;
the Center, Is of block con- baseball program are available for and Mrs. William Moore Sunday with Louise Faye and under contract to teach the re.. 1952 Chevrolet KBA 154485,
etructlon with a gable roof and 13, 14, and 15 year olds. Only two visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore Joyce Hayes mainder of the 1964-85 school Bill Deese, 18000.
will have covered entrances. The boys have registered to date and Saturday afternoon. Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry term.Moved Moved by V. V. Brim, seconded
size of the building Is approxi- this does not warrant forming a Robin Lepper spent Sunday was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs by E. A. Collins, seconded : by L. H. Gill that the Board approve
mately 14 x 18 and Is designed so Babe Ruth leaaue.Formation with Elaine Anders. Homer Hayes Sunday. by T. B. Barnett, that Walter final plans for Pine View
dressing rooms can be added In Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes Community Sing will be held at V Carter be dismissed and con. Addition and submit them to
the future. of a girls' Softball were supper guests of Mr. and Pine Level Church Saturday tract terminated because he has State Department of Education
Seven of 14 projects listed as league is under study. If enough San Antonio Tex. Airman Mrs. Ernest Holmes Saturday night, April 3, at 7:30.: EveryoneIs : been absent without leave since for approval. Motion carried.
Center needs In December have Interest Is shown, efforts to organize Gerald S, Hagln, son of Mrs. night. invited to attend. February 22, 1965. Motion carried. Moved by E. A. Collins seconded -
now been completed. Others will and begin play in this cate Mr. and Mrs. Marty Ravelette Letter to this effect was mailed to by L. H. Gill that bids tabu-
follow as funds become available. gory'will be made. Emlllne Hagan of Live Oak, baa and daughter, Nancy and Mrs. MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC Carter, March 10 1965. lated on baking oven February
a completed Air Force> basic military .. INSTRUCTION SV1V NEE
Joe Johnson of Live Oak attend.
Moved by T. R. Barnett seconded 2nd be rejected and that the following
Play In the men's softball training at Lackland AFB, ed services at Pine Level Church COUNTY, FLORIDA by V. V. Brim that Eddie bids be considered and the
league gets under way Friday, Former Student HereIs Tel: Sunday. Live Oak, Florida Johnson be approved as teacherIn low bid accepted.'' Motion carried.
April 2. The first game at 7:30: Exchange Student Airman Ifarln has been selected Max Lepper spent Sunday with March 2, 1965 O'Brien School for remainderof 1 6044 Roast Oven
p.m. will be between Suwannee Don Smith, son of Mrs. Kathe- for technical training as a Jimmy Toole. The Board of Public Instruction term to replace Estelle Taylor, Suwannee Valley Gas,
Funeral Home and Advent Christian I rine White Smith and Kenneth C vehicle maintenance specialist Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mr. met on March 2, UII5 at B:00 ajn. music teacher. Motion carried. Inc. $625.00
Church. Teams representing Smith, grandson of the late Dr at the Air Training Command and Mrs. E. S. Palmer In Live with the following members present Moved by V. V. Brim, secondedby Live Oak Gas Company .
North Florida Telephone and Life Oak Friday afternoon. : L. M. Crews Jr., Chairman. E. A. Collins, that the princi $885.50
and Mrs. W. C. White, grand nep (ATC) school at Amarillo A I'D,
of Georgia Insurance meet In the hew of Mrs. Annie White May,, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKnlght T R. Barnett, L. H. dill E. A. pals of various schools are designated -' Green's Fuel of Florida
Tex Ills new unit Is part of the
at 9.15 Tuesday,, and Mrs. Lois McKnlght and
nightcap : pm. and one time student at Suwannee Collins, and V V. Brim. as athletic director of his $697.76There
April 6, Life of Georgia tangles vast ATC system which trains daughter Chris, visited Mr and
High School, recently returned Devotional was given by T R. school and operate the program being no further business
with Suwannee Funeral\ In the from Waseda University, Tokyo airmen and officers In the first game with Advent Christian Japan, where he spent a year verse skills required by the na ternoon. Moved by T. R. Barnett and system. Motion carried. Henry M. Folsom
and North Florida Telephone second as an exchange student. tion's aerospace force. Pete Harlee of Bradenton anA seconded by E. A. Collins that the Moved by L. H OUL secondedby Supt. and Secretary
game rivals. Smith Is now in his junior year The airman a 1964 graduateof 'John Wood of Jacksonville, students Board approve the following requests V. V. Brim that April 19th be Board of Public Instruction
at Ohio Wesleyan University, Branford Hlh School, attended at FB.U., were supper for leave: make-up-day for Hurricane Dora L. M. Crews Jr., Chairman
Seventh, eighth, and ninth Delaware, Ohio, and has achieved Aurora (till.) College. meats of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Temporary duty elsewhere Instead of April 16th and that Board of Public Instruction
fame as an undefeated memberof Holmes Wednesday night. Sarah B. Robinson, March 17, 18,
the school's wrestling team. and 19, 1965 to attend Florida
USE Wrestling at 123 pounds, he has aao Bcachville I Ien. State Teachers Association In MIami For The Best In
season working and twice has Florida: Mary L. Hogan,
Gladys P. Jones, and Earl Adams,
been named
the university's athlete
FUCO of the week. While studying Mrs.Mr.Luther and Mrs.Adkins O. D. Beach and I Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Hemphill March 4 and 5, 1985 to attend ROOFING e CALL COLLECT
In the orient, he earned Judo'shighest spent Saturday and son, Wayne, of Gainesvillewere Basketball Tournament In' Talla
Brand honor night and Sunday visiting of hassee: James L Bevel March 17, STANDARD
the black belt. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bronson and guests Mr. and Mrs. Wil ROOFINGand
la, and 19, 1965 to attend State
In addition to his mat record
T. F. Beach In Clermont. lie Beach Saturday night.
Smith also has Teachers and Principals Association
achieved honorsas
Mr. and Mrs. W, H Tidwell and Farmers
InsecticideFOR here are busy setting
II a University Scholar. He is a Miami. Florida: Coach Foster SHEET METAL CO.
daughter, Lena Pearl, visited
II pre-med major. tobacco and sweet potatoes, and Shepherd. March 12. 1965 to
their son-in-law and daughter planting. attend coaching clinic: O. H. Rut- 211 So Ashler St_ Ph. 244-2646
A Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks, and Rev. F. E. Day will nil his ap edge and Leroy Bowdoin March BONDED
office
In is
man usually SPATES
BEST RESULTS II if at all when he gets appreciated W. H.', mother, Mrs. M. M. Tld pointment here Sunday, April 4th. 3, 4, and 5. 1985, to attend Super.. VALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERS
well, in Jacksonville
out of office Sunday Mrs Visitors always welcome. vlaor.... Conference In St. Peters ,
M. M..Tldell is a patient in the
LUKes Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Canon I
and children, Dewayne and Cam .
IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE my, and Mr. and Mrs Carrol Ca .. \ )
son all of Jacksonville, were
SYSTEMS guests of Mr. and Mrs H. C. .and now
Cason last week end. 14 .
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DISTRIBUTORS FOR: daughters. Jan and Gall, and :,
DEMING Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll, visited the ultimate .
TURBINE PUMPS Mr and Mrs J. J. Bronson ,

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITS and T. F. Beach of Clermont Sun .'.. .

U S. ELECTRIC MOTORS day.M.. M. Tidwell and sons L. A. !.:t in flameless .. \'': '

REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE and W H* visited Mrs. Tidwell : ,i
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.p.l RACE AND RACE AND Rev Marvin Odom filled his ',*''. /-_ ,

SURE RANE FITTINGS .. appointment with I the Mlkesvllle : electric !. .. .4.
Advent Christian Church Sunday, living
PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE Mr. and Mrs Willie Beach were
business visitors In Gainesville
IRRIGATION NEEDS Monday

ESTIMATES GIVENGET O. D. Beach was a butsness
visitor In High Springs Thursday
OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY Mr. and Mrs H. C Cason visit
ed her mother Mrs A. M. GreenIn
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:., God's Purpose for His People ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON .vi& Sesscts,] Subscriptions

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Sinrannce Democrat
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. I. Listed below are new subscriptions
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and renewed to
. WM. V. (Bill) PIERCE the Suwannee subscriptions Democrat from

k March 19 to March 28.
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Live Oak Church .f Christ
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
BUB IBB I
'. 8/Sgt Elra O. Turner Nlcevllle
"But far be It from me to glory fer the loss of all things and do R. O. Hatcher Jr., L. O.
., ave In the cross of our Lord Jes- count them but refuse, that I may Mrs. Alec Zumbar Alliance
j Christ, through which the gain Christ. Ohio

., ,orld bath been crucified unto And now comes the questions, I whim UM toMlltM *mwt. a kin* JteoUMBf Mu put r*"M. auiMiauiiMl Tnmr lilt t .t kl* rNcn.' DMMkiwvMfM w1a aotosem .,.mN kin*. Oo4to SUBSCRIPTIONS
and I unto the world. Oal. Why did Paul alol'11n the cross? t_oo.n Bull u* k* to pr.. proslw 0.4. fktthfUlMM IT red Ooi frwt pxxtaM* toku pr.n.l. wU was U* hnIUM RENEWEDC.
:.14. Why should all men glory In the telnwd Ama M OU|.L....... _,.. _It.. eontlMM U fMr u>4 MTV* .....lid aI'_ thMkitfvlni tar lid .* fnrn.it. UIMI u Uuy sky P. Anders Rt.. L. 0,
All glory in something: fell termu (Mm to th. pwpl*- Him, ... Swiss to Ml* veSsee. INdooIe dMOUif* wtu klm.. HUB.sUiu. S.U-U. R. D Brannon. WellbornL.
men cross? For -
1I numerous reasons. X Bmu U:1WJ.u. SMWMI U.1I-M. U *..11I& U.iTU.k
e greedy in their gold; the P. Stansel. Wellborn
1. The cross of Christ is a sign
.oddly wile in their accompltahnents Sam I. Qlbbi. Jacksonville
0a ; the vain In their favorable of Ood'i love. The Infinite compassion mean 1s this: Enllghtment, benevolence nally by the Supreme Court Itself Paul D. Lang ford, L. O.
: firth; the celf-rlghteous in their of the Father for a lost and refinement have WASHINGTON In any suit affecting them. Parts Mrs W. II. dell: Jacksonville
and ruined race Is best in the to
seen back
of this bill take us right
nrtues. followed the cross throughout the e Mother C. J. Lester L. O.
Paul gloried in the cross. Othjri suffering of the Lord Jesus. Not ages The nations wherein the the long discredited legislation of 8. Bowman. L. O.
despised It, or sneered at It, or merely by a voice or a letter has gospel has been proclaimed have REPORT Reconstruction days of a century E.: T. Home, L. O.
I tumbled over it; but it WM thepoetics God reminded us of His love but been blessed. Crime diminishes ago. J, A. Brannon. McAlpln

\ glory. If ever a man lived mainly by a marvelous demon where the story of redeeming love For many years I have consist R. J. Bembry, Alachua
A
tI. ho had a right to glory in earth- stration. "God so loved the world Is told. By RPESSARD U HOLLAND entty fought for the right of fran.chlse J. A. Johnson L. O.
I. that He His only begotten .'.... State Senator
gave
things it was he. Paul POBMSSa sign I I for all law-abiding adult Home Demonstration' Agent
/. The cross of Christ is a
Son. God commendeth His
powerful mind a golden own banner cltlccns. I worked for 14 years before L. O.
love toward UI, In that while we of victory Beneath Its GEMINI SPACE SHOT As a rights bill now before the Congress '
Ineage a prominent party eonCUoI1. conquered, guilty getting my anti-poll tax 1 leg- Waver K Delegal. Rt., L. O.
o an illustrioua C1URnIhtp.e were" yet sinners Christ died for stains temptations removed are death loses Its member of the Senate Space Committee appear to be deliberate attempts Nation adopted aa the 34th Am. Mrs. Lula Holmes, Rt. L. O.
highest intellectual attainnt. us. are I flew down to the Kennedy to downgrade the statesof endment to the Constitution Mrs. 0, C. Oanaa, Brunswick
Its victory
o .. His conversion to the Christ 3. The cross of Christ U an em- sting and the grave Space Center last Mondsy the Union by-pass the courts but I cannot support many' ol Oa.
Thanks be to God Who gave us
u miraculous visions and reve- blem of peace. At the foot of the foes night with six other Senators and and substitute one-man nonap- tile arbitrary provision In the .alocal
5i. ltons came to him out of hea.1. .- cross we find friends. At the foot this victory from all our of the thirteen Representatives among pealable decisions for court de- present bill which would take over
. he occupied an outstanding of the cress we make peace with through the glorious cross them Congressman Qurney crees. While this legislation as In the federal government the Girl( III'H'
[oeltion in the church of our Lord. God and with man. The men who Savlorl I Ia. to witness the Of mini space drafted does not adversely' affect control of the election machineryof '
tut discounting these things, heInked linger on Calvary learn to love The cross of Christ U a cross I shot on Tuesday, flying back that Florida shall vigorously oppose the aisles, counties and citieson 'art:* In 'lilah'hlt'
all on the cross. Ood. they learn to love each other of purity Suffering Innocence evening. Vice President Humphrey certain sections of the bill whenIt the order of the Attorney' Oen Oath Williamson, daughter of
a To the Pbillpplsns he wrote: To the Ephesians. the apostle died thereon. It was not for crimes was also there. The day was beautiful la debated In the Senate.. A era! and without any Court pro- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Williamson
If any other man thlnketh to wrote: "But now in Christ Jews that he had done that Jesus suf- and the almost perfect results glaring example of the unoonstltuttonal credlng. In INS a total of 17 of this city, was a member of the
lYe confidence in the flesh I yet ye that once were far off are fered. Those who condemned Him of the first manned Oemlnl aspects of the measure Senators, moat of 'whom are prey Blue Chex Singers, a group of
pore: circumcised the eighth day made nigh in the blood of ChrUt. found no fault In Ills The old shot made It a most successful ls the thrice stated provision that fully In the Senate voted to submit singers winning skit honors at
S the stock of Israel. of the tribe For He U our peace, Who made rugged cross bore an innocent occasion. Of the thousands of before a state can secure any redress 1 my amendment to the states homecoming activities at North
Benjamin a Hebrew of the HeJrews both ODe and brake down the tctlm. Those who look upon thepllfted Flortdlana who were there I noted against unfair treatment 'This Indicated their convictionthat Florida Junior College hut week
f : as* touching the law a middle wall of partition having Christ are constrained to with Interest that many of them accorded It by the sole nonappeal- even that simple change In end.
''harlaee: aa touching seal ptrat- abolished In His flesh the enmity lave a better life a purer life. were from Orange County who able finding of the Attorney General the qualifications of voters re* MM! Joanne Rees, daughter ofMr.
tine the church; a* touching even the law of commandments 6. Last it U a cross of hope. had come over to cheer for Lt. of the United States a political lulred an amendment of the FYdrrsl and Mra. Mahone Rees, also
he righteousness which Is In the contained In ordinances: that he Only through the cross can we Clod John Young an Orlando appointee of the President Constitution which so clear 'of Live Oak, was a member of the
w. found blameless. Howbeit might create In himself of the two ipect a brighter and better life. boy', and the first Florldlan to become rather than an elected offllcal 4 reserve to the states the right I Queen' Court for the festivities
>hat things were gam to me one new man. so making peace: Unto Timothy', the great Paul an astronaut. Air Fore "MaJ.I Its case must first be presentedto lo fix the qualifications of voter and a contestant for queen honor
lese hart X counted loss for and might reconcile both in one wrote:: "If we endure we shall Virgil Ous) Ortasom of Indian the U. 8. District Court for the It Is strange Indeed that so many I earlier In the week.
thrist Yea verily, and I count all body unto> Ood through the cross also reign with Him. After Christ had already flown In the Mercury I District of Columbia. In my opinion if these same Senators now take '
King to be loss for the excel'ncy having slain the enmity U1fort'bJ.I I niffered. He entered Into glory. series, thus becoming the first to there could be no more deliberate > the: position that much more far. j eta present form with all Its trou-';
of the knowledge of Christ 3. The cross of Christ U the ,After we suffer for the Christ I", In two space shot The sue effort to downgrade the etching changes In thla same making implications for the
my Lord; for whom X auf- torch of civilisation. What we I and with the Christ we. too shalllenneseal eessful Oemlnl mission scorn states thin this proponed deprivation held of voter qualification can' be Future.tehool.

several other first, the moat of their constitutionally made by a statute. I cannot eon. s a
meaningful of which was the granted right to be heard origi five of the passage of this bill In ....IM at M CHm n's)
several calculated enamel of orbit ----

Galvanized accomplished during fllgh
RoofingSpecial
All Americans can be proud of
our record which, after giving
notice to the world has sent seven
feature make this heavy duty men Into space one for two trips
1 and brought them all back safe
1 I f fl.l 29 gauge Galvanised metal .roofing a su- and sound. Floridlana should I be
h particularly proud because' of the The Smart Place
parlor quality at a Uw, low price.
act that ail' of the manned apace
launchings made by the free world
have been made from Florida, and
W.B.HOWLANDGROCERY all were successful.' To Go.
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PAGE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 1,


Suwanrwe It Included 1 Given Junior Deputy Awards ton is planned for Monday. Other
trips have been made to schools
in South Florida as well as to adJoining M1NIMDLI( :
I Federal Plans Would Preserve sites All in the Interest

of doing/ our beat to come up with

Natural Beauty Of Rivers the right solution. i. By LESTER I* COLEMAN, MA .


President B. Johnson has The worse thing/ this committee \These Are Your
Washington Lyndon could have done for the childrenof ) QuestionsCAN
launched a campaign to clean and preserve the Nation' this county would have been to I

I rivers by starting in his own back yard. rush Into a hasty decision. there be side-effects Row long after the changeof

The President proposes to convert the polluted Po. l'h Whether the ultimate plan developed from taking hormones for along life can a woman assume

tomac into "a model of senic and recreational values for by the committee: is the time that she can no longer become

the entire country", The historic right one will of course dependon Hormones are the products pregnant
river that flows by the Nation's there Is not enough oxygen left the people of the county and of the endocrine or ductless In the menopausal phase

Capital Is contaminated by sewage in the water, rightfully There Is bound to be glands. They work harmoniously ,(change of life), pregnancy
mine adds Industrial wastes, As recently as 1947 a fisher disagreement. But as Chairman with each other and nor. usually Is considered: to be no
sludge, and silt. man could make $75 a day on the Clarence Ratllff has said many mally maintain a slate of deli longer poalbl. after a woman
Is Hudson during/ the spring/ shad times come up with a better balance. They affect andInfluence has gone for One year with no
today
Though the Potomac run. "If you make $600 a year 4t answer and the committee will the natural menstruation. But exceptions
far from a model. It Is cleaner fishing now, you're lucky," said aO.year Join function of all to this rule can and
than it was 20 years ago. Then, you.Thus
veteran of the river. i the organs of do occur.
communities in the Washington, Conservationists are concerned r I ask for just a little more I the body. I Consultation with a physician
D. C. area every day pumped about power plants, brickyards ? patience in the matter of time When hormones will give welcome support and
millions of gallons of raw or partially quarries factories, and ship and an understanding of the 1m leat. | are prescribed reassurance during this important

treated sewage into the graveyards defacing: / scenic stretches menalty of the problem of the to compensate period of physical and
estimated this
river One official of the Hudson. Both private for a emotional trana1U n.
the equivalent of dumping committee. .
was e e
and public agencies are working known defiJcleney. -
feel certain both subcommittees
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million dead mules Into .
seven ..
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the
on plans to preserve what Henry will meet the deadline of the Can symptoms of appendicitis
river every year. Hudson called the Great River ot Six members of. the local Junior Deputy League were given April 15 asked this week by the Dr. Coleman physician carefully be confused with other
The Interstate Commission on watches conditions T
the Mountains awards for their work this school
Friday night Receiving chairman.
year.
the Potomac River Basin coordinated Halfway across the country, the for any of the side-effects which The diagnosis of appendicitis: )
a clean-up campaign that Wards were: trent row, left to rlfhi. Cecil Newson, Bill Cheek and is
\ St. Croix River, running/ between may occur. probably one of the most
has vastly reduced the pollution Wisconsin and Minnesota,' is barmy flees; back row, left to right, Charles BaJsden Roy Dudley No. 2 AH drug*-and hormones in difficult ones that confronts the

the National Geographic Society threatened by a huge electric: and Marty Bonds. (Photo by Dan Stainer) particular-must not be continued physician and the surgeon
says. President Johnson has directed generating/ plant that may be lene Bush both of Quitman six: Indefinitely without the "The so-cased: "classic" symp

Secretary of the Interior built on its wooded banks The grandchildren six sisters and speclflo direction and strict supervision toms of appendicitis: may even

'" Stewart L. Udall to finish the job, St. Croix convenient to Minneapolis Brown Renamed Home Nursing Hoard three brothers. of a physician. be caused by conditions as tin-

The President plans not only and St. Paul is the Will Meet\ Today Attending the services' from e e e related as early pneumonia or
for Live Oak were the Rev. and Mrs What Is the best antidote If pleurisy of the lungs.Something .
to make the Potomac safe last large clean river near a ma
Board Governors The Suwannee County Home Charlie Webb Mrs. T 3. Kennon
swimming, fishing, and boating jor metropolitan area in the Mid. Board will meet someone swallows a poison T as remote as a
Nursing Advisory Mrs. V. J.
Mrs Horace Wooley throat
Infection which
produces
treatment
The best *
but to protect the natural beau west. emergency
today (Thursday), at the cold Smuts Mrs. Roy Slemp. Mrs. Billy swollen In the
for most Is to glands neck may
poisonings
ties of its shoreline. Property own Secretary Udall recently sent to Florida BarTALLAHASSEE Leaf Restaurant in Live Oak. The Mrs
Fred
Howland. Mrs. Glass also cause enlargement of the
ers along the shoreline of one section Congress the draft of a bill to establish scheduled meeting for last Induce immediate vomiting.If .
regular Bill Burch. Mrs. Jesse Mitchell glands around the Intestines.
the victim is conscious give
of the river above the Capital National Wild Rivers March 23
a ,
week was postponed due to a Mrs George Day Mrs C. T. Bals- This Irritation in: the abdomen
already have agreed to give System. It would protect free- Clarence E. Brown, Lake City him first! one tablespoonful of
death in the family of one of the
den. Mr and Mrs. Tom Moore may cause false symptom of
mixed of
soda In
baking a glass
the Government scenic easements, flowing natural streams like the lawyer, has been re-elected without members. *

guaranteeing to preserve their St Croix. The legislation proposes opposition to a second two. The meeting will begin at 12:15: and Horace Weaver. warm water, and then have of him "appendicitis.But It is never wise to assume .

land in its present state immediate wild river status for year term on the Board of Governors pm All members are urged to be drink large quantities plain that the symptoms maybe
The White House message on all or parts of six rivers: the Sal of The Florida Bar. He will present No. 3 warm water. false. When there Is :
a strong
;i natural mentioned another Middle Fork of the Tickling the back of the
beauty mon and the represent the lawyers of Columbia U. I of
local club will hold Ladies suspicion appendicitis, surgery
historic river, the Hudson that Clearwater in Idaho, the RogueIn Dixie. Hamilton Lafayette, The a throat with a finger, or witha is often th..tilt and
) at
No.1 (Thursday
has fallen upon evil days Angry Oregon the Rio Grande In New Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor Night tonight blunt, unbreakable wooden or moat conservative procedure to s
have been motivated to base decisions the local: Elks Lodge. plastic stick usually helps to
fishermen say that a nail droppedInto Mexico the Oeren in Wyoming;, Counties. follows If appendicitis dote
the Hudson near and the Suwannee in Oeorgla and A law graduate of Emory Unltrslty on facts without allowing The annual state conference of make him gag and vomit .exist delaying surgery as the
because I will be held
New York will not rust Florida.i Brown served as a membar personalities or personal desires Florida Rotarians Eggs and milk are beneficial last resort" may result In sellout
next week end. April 8, 9. and 10.
of the Florida State Board offaw to cloud the question. antidotes for many types of complications.
at Pensacola. Expected to attend
Examiners from 1948 to 1954te i iJ3ar' poisonings. W\0 Dr. Colmm cannot
This desire to be right as far as from the local club with their
also served as chairman of the Waste no time In getting the 4erfae fo cancer InJfoUnal
o o committee on judicial administration I humanly possible has caused some wives are McDowell Austin victim to a hospital for letters M "'HZJ .*e reader
TEF d Mal and Price Hlckman.
Swing,
from 1955 to 1957,, delay. Illness of committee mem stomach-pumping. Most hospitals qmitioMt fat lie< column vA*.
and as chairman of the committee here from time to time has hindered have poison control centers ww poMfele am
ob civil procedure in 1953-54. and the fact that all must which are organised to handle are o/ ,..... ........... Atdriii
still live with their families and No. 4
these letter
emergencies. your to Dr. Celtma In
... .. ,.......',.... make a living perhaps added some was formed three years ago under e e e are el tM MtIJ......... -

..J ,.. Need Special Care to the delay The latter reason the leadership of the late Sheriff (0 INS, King Features Ijradleate, I...)
Monogrammed or embroidered was perhaps used least of all, for Hugh Lewis and Is now Jointly I
,1 'the big majority placed this responslblity sponsored by the sheriff's department "
linens call for special care. They
: ... .. and the City of Live Oak.
_-- ._... should be ironed with the right above other interestson
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side down over a well-padded many occasions. TIME FOR SPRING BUILDING

.PL.ANB m board) or folded towel No.5
.. I do not believe there is a record will be accepted when funds are COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS

Prat In Florida of the number of meetings available and Is reported' to have DOORS WINDOWS SHINGLES SIDINGS
SOME # niKfORBIG' *WnE SHAVERS actually held but it seems that for begun work at his own expense -
paper PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
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I.... : .... The water hyacinth a native six months Thursday nights have to expedite work when official
-- of South America, while a thing ANY COLOR OR TEXTURE PAINT
I -_._ been occupied with school mat.
I the OEP
I received
word
: :: of beauty, 1s a pest In Florida. It tars I do know that at least two is on
?( &. is a rapid producer, Ten small pant.
""-- meetings have been held at every .
'. plants may increase to 600,000 in school center In this county and Langford' Builders Supply
WORK<< IN GRAIN DIRECTION t -AlWM LAr -CHECK WORK OFTEN WITH one growing season that the committee has appeared No. 6

..ANGLE.PLANE.SUGHTUf... { fWfWSCf [i...SQUARE 01'.BY.SIGHTING' ... before hundreds in the course of The cottage: which cost $50.000 Helven.ta It.. S-E. n... Ia.Utl
X> I The teenage girl is the least its study. to erect will stand as a reminder
I It well-fed member of the family 3f the innate worth of a young _

t The committee accepts the factit child and Is a fitting tribute to .
is taking/ longer to do its Job the man whose name It bears
TANELONGEVENITRONES( /NJrTDM t -WORK TOWARD\ EDGE
OatGOeALLI'SIFT WHEN RETURNING : than first planned but hopes Williams we.Secretary
-THIN SHAVINGS ARE BEST t ColoredNews
W I I ITRYPDRUDNGRIB80N5 1 WfTHSlCIl.fIIXl. I fOR THE NEXT CUTr' what has been said here will In a : of State Tom Adams THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
way explain why there has not and State Road Board Chairman

been ready answers and solutions Sam Bowens were present for the Veneer One Two Baths
or
Members of the committee will occasion as were a number of

make the fourth trip to Tallahassee sheriffs and members of the state

d Juicy Grapefruit Sections today and a trip to Washing eglslature. FHA or CONVENTIONAL

O'Hricn Students Seek Financing

Are 'TBuil Into Dessert Social Security: Numbers SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

District Manager William ),t.f Dodge Boys deal like the devil Located In Edgewood Subdivision.

anew of the Social Security Administration .
By AUCI DENHOFT at Valdosta and '65 DODGE CORONET SELECT YOURS NOW
I ABOUT the turn of the century Fold into gelatin mixture. Serve School Superintendent Henry M.
grapefruit had great snob chilled in sherbet glasses Volsom worked out details for all Contact

appeal. It was a rarity, and topped with whipped cream if students In grades eight thru 12 $2257

I only the very privileged had desired at O'Brien High School, who did W. G. MULLINSPhone
tasted It in expensive big city This serves 0 and Is deliciously tot have social security: numbers
Town and Country
restaurants. differentMERINGUE to register for them Tuesday of
Then, just before World War this week.The Motor, Inc. 362.2057w
X, as more of the big yellow GINGERED action is in keeping with a U.B. m North
citrus reached the market, the GRAPEFRUIT drive UVB OAK. FLORIDA _
to have youngsters securesocial
near-elite began bragging- that 5 fresh grapefruit security numbers while still

breakfast dldnt mean much to 6 tap preserved In high school. V, ... v. 1 1'I

them without a grapefruit half finger syrupS .. .. M '. j
Increasing Consumption \
finely chopped
Up. ,
Fresh grapefruit came to preserved ginger New O'Brien FamilyA Low Cost Loans AvailableFOR ../ r." .., I
table more and more, because Meringue (recipe follows) recent addition to the OVriencommunity : {

everybody began talking; about Cut grapefruit crosswise in is the Arnold family FINANCING f'
vitamins and the word got halves. Remove seeds with who moved there from Palatka. HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES I < I

around that grapefruit was a pointed knit.. With sharp knife The Arnolds have four children: (TVs.. Washers. Drift. Steve, r....) OOINOTO PAINT *
powerhouse of vital vitamin C. cut around each triangular sec who attend O'Brien High Schoolin II'' Check on our new Low Interval Rate For
Today, it takes some 1,788uon of grapefruit meat, being grades one thru seven NEW CAR LOANS
000,000 pounds of grapefruit a sure to cut close to the skin Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need
year to supply the sver-tncras- and each side of white memo Former Student* Visit Monthly Payment To Fit Tour Budget
Il lug demand. Many cooks use brane. Snip out center cores In I
the grapefruit as an Ingredient with sclaaors. Walter McDougal. teacher ALL FINANCING BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING
for delightful recipes the Dade County school system STOP
Here are some really delicious Pour Up. ginger syrup and and Willie Showers student at I Come In and talk over TOUT nerds. with
dUhes.GRAPEFRUIT. 34 Up, preserved ginger over Florida Memorial College in St. I IAueueUne. THE FRIENDLY FIRST
;
JIt each naif. Top with Meringue.Place were visitors this week
r CRKME under broiler to 5 mln. at the O'Brien school Both are
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
1 envelope unflavored with oven control set at 823 r. former students of the school. L AT OUR STORE t
gelatin (slow) if gar range is used or .
UVE OAK
the lower rack In electric I
U c. cold water place on
O'Brien Tfcacher Attend
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4* s sugar
j U tap salt MERINGUE Nearby Conferenee

\i c. milk 4 large gj whites Mrs H. a Oranvllle. O'Brien

> large ell yolks 1 Up. pure vanilla extract High School teacher. appeared on ALL NEW! THE BIG MF 175 4JThe

K c. fresh grapefruit Juice, U lap salt a career' day program at Jerkins : .f I,

1 drained c. diced from freeh sections grapefruit H e. sugar High School of Perry Wednesday::1 Bl*-brawny-brainy_4-5 plow strong! With .
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Home Economics: consultant. :
Combine err whites with as a '
sections vanilla extract and salt Beat Mrs OranvlUe, who 1s also Pressure Control a new feature added to the AdVanced ", -

*i Up. grated lemon peel unW they stand In sort peaks. guidance counselor at O'Brien Ferguson System for Instant weight trans ,' ".' a. I I .
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X large erg cream whitesWhipped optional Gradually beat in sugar until High School attended a guidance: ; fer traction with pull-type Implements new JIi.",;"/.. '''' '.fi. ." ,.; .n"- _' ,
stiff and glossy. conference at Madison Tuesday
Soften gelatin la cold water Rapid Coupler for mounted tool new comfort
Makes enough for six serv Main topic of discussion war project -
Combine H cup of sugar, salt In the 60 liP
overteas. 8FEDB. and convenience new power /
milk and egg yolks. Cook
low heat until mixture coats GRAPEFRUIT AMBROSIAmediumelse class gasoline or dieael. See it, test drive it .

metal spoon, stirring\ constantly. > grapefruit The Current Rim and Its soon I SberwfevWaiUrra Co.W. .
Remove from heat and stir 3 principal tributary. Jacks Fork
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in softened gelatin. MIx..n6 already come under -

until dissolved Stir la grape Feel grapefruit and divide the protection of the National ALLBRITTON BROS. S LOT OAK. FLORID.
fruit Juice. Chin until mixture l Into sections. Park Service as part of the new 'Sl.
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Koon Wins Star Chapter Farmer of LIVE OAK ,



Degree Branford FFA ChapterBobby ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, 'THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1965 VOL. 80, NO. 46Branon

Koon was named winner of the Star Chapter

Farmer Award and the scholarship award at the 29th Future Farmer Chapter llolih 29thSU /langnet Sellers mil Speak
annual parent-son banquet of the Branford Chapter Fu.
ture Farmers of America, held Friday night in the Branford j ; Monday At llranortlTk
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school cafeteria. Joseph D. Kelly. who works with 's I Branford Area Men's
department rv i I--T: Club will hold Its regular mon
the public relations _.
_
Chamber vet* given special recognition for tbly mpprr meeting on Mon.
Area -
of the Jacksonville the speaker their outstanding service to the I C day, April 5, at .:.. p.... In theBranr.r.
of Commerce was
chapter Wvmsn's Club BuildInc. .
,t Members of the chapter ,pre .
Boon received the Ratllff award owner' gift to Advisor Wilson' carat speaker will be Ernest
from Clarence H Rstliff Suggs,'who has taught vocational Sellers Uv Oak. who will show
of Ratliff Motor Co. who for agriculture at Branford High a film on artificial Insemination
yean has made wen an award to School for the past 34 years. and will gin a short add,.. on
the star chapter farmer in chapters.Kerb each of urged his youthful audience his knowledge .f thla program.
the county' three to learn to communicate by lie Will also tell how he think
Principal Clarence Terry present- taking every advantage of learnIng Snwsnnee Countand the inr
ed the scholarship award for to speak and for the rounding area will benefit from
Ware' Pharmacy ability to make write thoughts t this Improved method .f breed

Other award winner and those clear is an Important asset for .......... y!' ., Inc callle.
preaentlnc the awards were: success. lie urged that his listen Club President In D. Match
Greet Schofleld. the star green en secure all the facts as they urges all member and Inlt''"'.
hand presented by Graham Owen communicate and advocated posltlve ed men In the Branford area to

for Branford State Bank and the attitudes and thinking. be prewnt.Hruiifonl.
Farm Bureau award presented by The speaker praised civic service r S .
Walter Roberta. and advised that learning\ to
Victor Bradow, the leadership work In a group wu Important. men received honorary chapter farmer degrees from the was Mt available fr tb. picture.. In the picture- on the right, Srotitt! To

award, presented by J. Robert for not all can be leaders. Branford ETA Chapter Friday night at the I9lh parent-son ban- Bobby Keen center, b shown reeelvlnc the sehoUnhlp award Atlrnil Kx: I MM!I Ion
Pletcher of Branford Hardware To meet the many challenges of cart of led grasp They are, (left t* right) In th* plctar on the from Principal Clarence Terry, left and the Rlsr Chapter Farm Scout Troop M of Branford will
Co. modern day flying Kelly urged left teary M. Ward, Aubrey Ward Jack Kennedy Marl Endow er Award from Clarence Ralllff. right. participate In a scout exposition
Jerry Scarborough the public the group to build a great self and Even McCalL Graham Owen ate* received the award bat at the Gator Bowl In Jacksonville
apeaklnc award, presented by J. family and America. Saturday afternoon April S. Th
Robert Odom for Variety Drug Chapter President Victor Bra- Branford troop will have a booth
Store. dew presided during the event Fill,." Sets KerttnlMclrosc Honor I Roll At Branford f High I and Is the only' troop In this district
Honorary chapter degree were which featured special entertainment taking a part. f
conferred by the chapter on by the chapter string band Wins Branford I I I Those making the honor roll at Lynda Lynch and Nib MclnnisOrad Them of the exposition Is
Henry Ward. Aubrey Ward. Jack and Sandra Hatch chapter Relays; Branford High School for the '7 Lilah Beardsley, Strengthen American Heritage
Kennedy Myrt Bradow, Eugene sweetheart fourth ail weeks period wen: Iris Hsrrell, Jerry Herndon RobThe Branford Scouts will pro-
McCall. and Graham.Owen. I Branford Second Live Oak Third I Orade 13 David Moore 811.rt Kelly Bhuron Martin and mote the Buwanne River Area
Mr. and Mrs Drew Dowdy (Office **ppUr at )lcCrim.e'alla ) ; anne Murray, Pat Parker and Anita Wllkerson. In their booth.
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Mel roue won the Branford Relays with Branford Amy BufgaOrsd* II Bhlrlry Ilarrell

and Uve Oak clone behind, Melrone scored 67 point to Sandra Hatch and Pricy War

64 for Branford and 63 for Live Oak, 38 for Jennings Orade 10 Becky Drawdy.Qlenda ,

and 23 for Newberry. The only record broken In the Haas, and Wdy Roberta J B. DanielsFuneral I lhigh

meet was by Branford'a Johnny_ _Fliwell__who _won the Grade I Andy Cheney, Myrtl ames
jump with a Jump of J'lO" Drawdy. Janet llowell. Carol
to break the school: record also. Two mite relay -: I' M lroe; Phillips Charlen Buggs, and
.
John J. Johnson principal of 1. Jennlnss; I. Bua-annee; t.. Scott War. I Homes ,
suwannee'1I1ch School! presented Branford; a. Newberry. Grade I Julia Ann haako,
UM 1nnrr's trophy to Coach Carl 100 yard dash 1. Williamson.Suwannee .
/ Betting of Mtlroae. Ribbons.... ; 1. Hunt Suwsnnre; LIVE OAK and DRANFORD
Inn to participants according to S. BumetU.' Jennings; 4. Donald Mm. Griffith rhotC$K, 6 6how

Results they:placed. roes Urn Metros IDA.Broad ; I. Bass, Buwsnnr; For IlrMgfl CliihMrs. 1 Now have two radio-dupntchcd, oxygenequipped -

DUcu -1, A. AJ1eft Branford: jump 1 Donaldson. R. O. Qrlfflth entertained ambulances I on call twentyfour .
W..a"r' club last Wednesday
her bridge
Metro
; 1 Melrow; I
1.: Flssell. Branlord I. Ford. MrN
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.; 4 Hunt Buwsnne; I. Ar- Cheney, Branford; 4. Benches afternoon at her horn In Bran hours each day In both Live Oak
: .. ford. Playing bride with Mrs
rood. Uetrose; 120 /' Newberry; Burnett, Jennlncs.wr. and n anConl
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r.I
Shot put I. 1I1..su.lnnH. Griffith were Mrs. J. W Dttmsn.
Mrs Lois Blsson. Mrs Tom NlnBranford' -
peed Metros'. I. A. Allen
am. Err Br. Mrs Jack Phillips Mrs.
: t. wut .Kuwait* Woman*g Club ttttanl PTd Jesus, Mrs. W, B Thomas _CALL DAY OR NIGHT ..
nee; 1. Terry. Branford; 0f
I IMdi. .:. annT. Mrs. W. )\' llll) and Mrs D. U 4_
tcc Sprint relay I Meet AprllTk '? fulchum.Mrs. .
lard Kelly, Scarborouch. Cheney 362. 3333 935 4100
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: Csee tir Itoard .r. Minter won the prim for
md Bamett): 1. 8uwanne; I
Bra r.rd w_..'. club will' high score and Mrs. Jones won
Newberry: 4. Metro; I. JfI n-
rant Wednesday .Hm...t the fun prls Mrs. Griffith served LIVE OAK BRANFORD '
uncs; Urns 9.US.MU .'JmnI"a April '1. at MS p.sa. IN the club! hr cuets strawberry shortcake.
relay 1 -
.. rruw.-Bates, Murphy),. tSranford. wwaga candy nuts, and. .eoffe. J. B. DANIELS JR., .I.....I:...D. a,
An members ar* urged t k*
t lr'4' >. Melrose: 4. Buwan
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"* lathe. Supplies at MCCII.mtil
x I: >. Newberry.: Urn 143:t.Itllh .
jump -. 1. poop Branford -
: t Donaldson Metros, thlcCaU .
6.98 Branford; 4. Banehe*.
ewbrrry.. I. U*, Branford; $'ir ( I g lpl I a
meet I and school record 0
OtoUAW medley relay -'. I,
7-14
Jelnwe 1 ; I. Branford; I. Buwaru
tee: 4. Jennlnis; I. Kewberry; I e 1 a
Party ahirtmaker with' fafcottinc and lace 3.15.5. I

trim. Puff sleeves and ugh Colon: Blue- 1M relay I. BuwanMe; 1reimincs ,

Pink : S. Metro**: 4. Bran-
'ford: I. N,."", 14*:0.
! b WEST. flOW 440 relay I. Buwannee; Itfelrooe w y r t
[blLMUKb RDSTREETComplete.
UVE OAK ; I. Branford: 4. Nrrtter. a f, ,.
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PAGE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 1, lye


Play Lake City Friday Standard and mostly yearling $18.50; standard grades went for $18.85: 140-160 lbs for $14.75-,
WEEKLY LIVEOF STOCK REPORT feeder-stocker steers sold at 15. $15.00-$18.50; utility claw anl- 120-140 Ibs. for 14.10; loo.io

I Bulldogs Lose To Gainesville; Corbin TilE 50-$17.25 brought 140015.00 while utility and one graders Inferior mats Inferior brought graders$13.75-$16.50 sold for $10.00-; and Ibs.1320.for IU.50; and 80-100 Ibs tor

Most sows, 180-5001bs..
Suwannee
ValleyTrading Livestock Market went for 1025. 1400. cleared
sales totaled 455 this weekas at $l2.85-$13.85 while boars
Beat St. Augustine And Utility and low standard heifers Hog went
Jasper cleared at $13.60-$14.25 and one compared with 607 sold the for 9251050.
\J was active and demand $14.00-$16.00; and one cull calf week. Medium and good feeder
Suwannee Inferior moved at $10.25. prior DIM
Tha. Bulldogs won
good particularly for calves and brought $13.50.Standard $8.25- Mixed grades 180-210 lb. barrows 50-110 Ibs. sold for $15.00-i7oo
two of their three baseball games Inferior cows brought
yearling steers at the weekly for $16.50; with choice lot
: sold one
over the weke end with a 10-2 victory and good vealers sold 10.75 and one Inferior cow-calf: and gilts selling for
auction held March 24 at the Su- 240-270 I r$1725 and one lot
$16.61
for ;
210-240( Ibs. rated
over St. Augustine there Fri- at $20.50-$21.75 and utility graders -"pair went for $13.50. ooo
Livestock Market
wannee Valley 160-180 Ibs. for averaging 118 Ibs.
day, a 5-1 loss to Gainesville here went for 15001900. Good calves closed at $17.00- Ibs. for $16.15; brought $15 oo
Sales totaled 95 cattle and calve
Saturday, and an easy 8-0 win r + last week, compared with the 129 .------ --- .....,
over Jasper here Tuesday. I
sold the week before.
This brings the Bulldogs a six
All laughter classes were too
won, one lost record with Ray few In both of the past two weeluto
Corbin winning five straight on give an accurate test of price
the mound. Corbin pitched against trends. Feeder-stocker classe KIRBY'S WEST HOWARD STREET
Cross City, Gainesville, Madison,
were strong to $1.00 higher; fe w
St. Augustine, and Jasper. heifers and cows were offered an d 0 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA ,',
In his 32 Innings pitched he has ., ..
III
calves went for $1.00 to $2.0 *' "''#l'yU! *H '!' < -- ;
struck out 49, given up 8 hits '

allowed seven earned runs, and '- higher.Sixty-two per cent of the supp, ,
has an earned run average of 2.00. j cleared feeder-stocker accounts
The blot against perfect to WgXA9 IJrlJlf .BIzt ,
only a
and 80 per cent of the total wa
record came Saturday afternoon I ,"/ \I'W calves :

when Gainesville coupled a staple \, .t t Good slaughter steers sold fo .
and a Bulldog error to load the $19.00-120.50 while standard .

bases for first baseman Jack Eck- ; Ii : steers moved at $16.75-$17.23. xi ,' <
dahl's grand slam homer over the .
Utility heifers went for $14.00$15.50
right field fence with two out In RAY CORBIN
; cutter cows sold at $13.00
the fifth.
$13.50; canners brought 11.25
Johnny Hurst pitched the game Florida i
Reports
and bull
$13.00; one high utility
against Gainesville, allowing on- sold for $17.75. M
ly four hits, and the runs all were i M LOW LOW PRICE!
unearned. Big Gain In One good calf sold for $19.00; ,
standard calves cleared at 17.00
Live Oak's defensive game has $18.73: utility grades moved at and General Electric Quality
been superb as they have held Number AirportsNew
the opposition to only 12 runs In types. The best among them 8 a

seven games, seven of them earned airports constructed in In number, are paved and llghtec Only 24*
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and scored a total of 62 them- Florida during the past ten years Only four 'other states have s Wide!
selves. numbered 74 pushing total military many in this top category while XI
The Bulldogs will play Lake and civil airports In the stateto eleven states have more total air .
City there at 3:30: Friday after 218, the Florida State Cham- ports than does Florida. 1 Full Width I

noon. ber of Commerce reported in its "Numbers of aircraft and of Freezer and I
Individual batting averages for Weekly Business Review released pilots registered In Florida have I Chiller Tray I
the Bulldogs appear below: yesterday. also gained considerably during 30-INCH RANGEGIANTSEE
AB II AT*. "One fourth of these new air- the past ten years. Last year there w Dial Defrost
Croft U' ..375Ifarvard ports were for general public use were 3.137 active civil aircraft 1 In OYENIFAST.FLAMEIESSI .,, ConveniencePorcelain
U.7 .2111 while the balance were provided the state, up almost two thousand r
Melvin 11 I ,416J for limited or private use. Those during the Interval. Active pilot .
lIant ZZ 13 .590 certificates held Floridians Mntir Oven with Ki ''r''
restricted entirely to the military by Enamel
8. Allen ZZ 4 ,136Ilowdoin I numbered last Automatic Hilt j
are not Included. 16,968 year a gain Vegetable Big
II 5 .n2 "Florida's 218 airports are of all of 6,600 In ten years." t Control fiF
Bass 17 8 .352 Pushbutton Control ? a
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W. Allen Z1 9 .US Two Egg
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If you were born innumbered EXCH. x Compartment

April of .an odd- Teachers Hold Alert\ At Douglas

Suwannee County Teachers Mrs. Maetta Jenkins represented 169.95
renew
year '
lust I. Model TA-10DA
the county organization at the
composed of teachers at
your drivers license meeting. Her report covered rec- 1 9.5 Cu Ft Net VolumeALSO
Douglass and O'Brien High I
this .month. ommendations for effecting one N 149.95
Schools, met Wednesday afternoon Refrigerator.EXCH..
state organization by merging the
at 3:30: p.m. In the library
FSTA with the Florida Education
Reece BrownCOUNTY ot Douglass High School. Report Association. MODEL J-299 M abort our easy payout term
from delegates to the 75th an-
A report by the compilation
nual convention of the Florida
JUDGE committee of delegates in a round
State Teachers Association was
table discussion was heard efforts
on
the highlight of the meeting.
and views for merger of the

12 districts. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
Mrs. O. E. M. Alexander' reported :
+ on the department of
A Thought For TodayBy << classroom teachers division of
FSTA.

BRODY C. HARRIS Airman Lee S.Trains 1.23 FT. CHEST FREEZER 2.16" G.E. TELEVISIONS

"HOW MANY THINGS I CAN DO WITHOUT . "
For Air PolicemanSAN
This nod to moderation by Socrates Is a thoughtful -
bit of wisdom which many of us might find ANTONIO Tex. Airman $289.95 $119.95 EACH
useful. It la a comparatively 'cdmple matter to Harry Lee Jr..son of Mr. and Mrs.
PPft find ourselves In the position of avidly desiring Harry Lee Sr. of Route 2, Live
considerably more than we can conveniently af- Oak( has been selected for tech-
ford. This is more often than not a frustrating nical training as an air policemanat
Ptom" situation with no practical solution and. more importantly Lackland AFB. Tex. 2.11" G.E. TELEVISIONS
It may create a condition where it even
beoomea difficult for us to enjoy to the fullest Airman Lee who enlisted in the
what we now have. Air Force a short time ago has 2.18 FT. G.E. UPRIGHT
Just completed his basic military
When we come right down to casealt Is amas- $99.951G.E.
training. Schools at Lackltnd
are
Ing how much of what we so strongly desire we FREEZERS
can actually do quite well without. part of the vast Air Training
Command system which trains
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airmen and officers In the diverse

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For Suwannee County ResidentsBRODY
The airman a 1963 graduate of
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i THURSDAY APRIL 1, 1965

- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT.. UVE OAK., FLORIDA :..Ayer...... _etcvcad _.. _n


(9lg ..l.J. .I..... 1 Practical Nurses In Training I II Seven Practical -Liberty- Life Personnel) O'BrienMI Club I I

Will Attend ConferenceTwelve Has Monthly Meet 4 I

Nurses Training The O'BrienH Club held Its
members of the Live
u regular monthly meeting March
WOMEN Oak District of Liberty National
22 at 7-30: pjn. with Mike Mclnnls. -
At
HospitalSeven Life Insurance Company have boys' president, presiding.The .
qualified to attend the company's
devotion was given by
i I students of the North ID85 Torch Club at the Jack Tar
6d Elaine McCall and Carolyn Scarborough -
d CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Florida Junior College School of Harrison Hotel In Clearwter, Florida and Paul McCall led the
-- Practical Nursing are presently April 12-".
J. flag pled res.
- \ engaged in the six months active The Torch Club Is composedof County events day was discussed -
Met
Redbud Circle Pleasant
Hill Club duty portion of their course at the the leading salesmen of Liberty after which Kathy Fletcher,

to-l Tuesday' NightThe Met Last Tuesday I Suwannee County Hospital National and the three-day recreation leader led the group
Redbud Circle of the Live The Pleasant Hill The 12 month course require. program will feature Inspirational in outdoor games
Home Demonstration
ments state that six of
Oak Garden Club Inc.. met las Club months addresses centered on personal Elaine McCall is reporter.
met at the Com the study must be In hospital .
Tuesday night In the home of munity Center In spent a and professional growth .
McAlpln on I
Townsend 8r, with Mrs. gaining experience in caring Live Oak
Mrs. Phil Tuesday, March M. with District personnel and
seven for ,
patients with various Card
types Of Thank
Townsend co-hostess. their wives who will attend
Donald as members and Miss Ida Jo are:
Harrison of disorders, of stick ,
Thirteen members and one \'11tor. present. I eTr care children Manager C W Vice Jr. Associate: We wish to thank everyone for
: Mrs. Bill Haaen were present Mrs George Klnard. presidentof !I and care of mother and baby I Managers W. L. Taylor, J, II. their many acts of kindness and
I the club conducted the meet. I Upon completion of the program Bindley, and If. L. Thurmond, thoughtfulness extended us and
the students
Spring flowers were used in the will be eligible 'and Agents J. O. Taylor E. C. our family following our parenta'
I Ing.A to take State Board examinationsand
home to decorate. : report wu given on the can become licensed Davis R. W. Ford T. D. Minter accident, and the death of our
In the absence of the chairmanand : cer workshop by Mrs. A. D. << practical D. P Dick R. L. Williams R. ROar mother.
nurses.
co-chairman.: Mrs. J. L. Long Chambers. Pennies were collected and R. M. McDaniel. Your prayers your words ofcourage
I The 1964-85 class consists: of
and strength the Towers
presided over the meeting The for the "Pennies for Friendship .
Mrs Eunice McKlnney and Miss
Mrs. and all the countless things you
Garden Prayer was siren by Fund". Members
Lee. the were remindedof Frances Mathls. Mayo: Mrs Peggy Ill Montlcello; and Mrs Mildred did to show your love and con
Lawrence leadership school that Lee and Mrs Marcelle Baxter Favors Madison.
Mrs. Tom Cannon fare the program would be held in Live Oak cern will never be forgotten.
on Live Oak Mrs Ella Duckworth Miss Wynyard Williams Is Instructor
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wilson
In the absence of the progrim March 30 for
new
club: leaders.
Dowling Park; Miss Gladys Wit. at NFJC. and Family
chairman. Mrs. Cannon presented Mrs. R. V. Doff and Mrs.
a program on the planting Chambers announced that they
and caring: for perennials. had the quilt ready for quilting
.
and a workshop day would be announced
.
Mr!*. Howard Feted Miss Harrison later. gave a demon NEW ARRIVALSFOR

With Stork ShowerMrs. stratlon" on "Furniture Arrange
n. ,
Betty Howard was honored -
Mrs. Klnard. hostess, served refreshments EASTERCOME
with a stork shower Saturday .
evening March 20. In the home .
of her aunt. Mrs. Archie OaJlard.I .

I I Fred with Allen.Mrs. T Mrs.R.E.Barnett.J. Knlghto Mrs Presbyterian Church SEE OUR NEW EASTER SHOES FOR HOYS BUSTER

and Mrs.. Drew Drawdy as eohoste&ses. Chanty Group I1W AND GIRLS SHOP EARLY WHILE SIZES: AND

Mrs. Knlghton. was In charge ot Thursday.The Associated March 25.Charities In the Presbyterian met In the phoU asve Mrs Iv..,.. Cheney, ..,,"IM, .f issues SELECTIONS ARE: AT TIIEIR 1'EJAK, BROWN. .

the games played and Mrs. Church with the Rev at the 8.w.._ Ceaaijr llMplUl, at right, explains etygen therapy
Barber and Mrs. Barnett received! Charlie A. Webb pastor of the &. silent nunn left .. right) Mildred. 1'....... Gladys Wlltlg.

prizes. First Baptist Church giving the.votionaL Ella Dictrverth. a4 Marrelle Bastes

Refreshments of cake: decorate Belew Wynvar William, In while, to familiarising NFJC ....

ed In pale blue and pink toasted Mrs. John Schneider of the dent nanes with emergeney. rm equipment al the. Rawannee STYLES SHOWN
nuts cookies: and punch w reserved Advent Christian Church gave the Coanty lMpltaL a..n.. right suet Peggy Lee Francis Mathto.. .

to the twenty-five guest report on the number of eases as- and Eaaice MeKlanry. (Democrat Staff n...) $ L9a A $7.99
prevent. Stated! for the month. ,
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The meeting was presided om ACC. TO SIZE

Literacy Workshop Hunter.by the president Mrs. W, W. Here And There

At Baptist Church .
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The assocIational: literacy: workshop Vicki Dianne Former I Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. MontgomeryJr :'with them Sunday after spending
will open Wednesday Aprl Mr. and Mrs. E. and eon Steele Mrs. Walter a week In Lake City with her
W
Bill]) Fort-
T, t. and I at the First Baptl I ner Jr. of Live Oak announce the Jackson: and Mrs. L. B. Montgomery maternal grandparents. Rev, and
Church beginning at nine o'clock! birth and roue. Tony attendedthe Mar. Otis Page.
of
a daughter on March 23
and continuing until two p.m. in the Suwannee County Hospital. Saturday evening performance .
Books may be obtained at the The "Holiday On Ie.In Jack.
baby weighed 1 Ibs and
registration Wednesday moinlng 5yj lee. and has been named sonvlUe Saturday night. Carl Of Hunk.
Each Is asked to bring sand.. Mrs. Emmett Holland of Hawklnsvllle -
Vicki Dianne. We wish to deep
wlches. coffee will be served a Oa, spent the week end eipress our
Mrs. Partner is the former Miss appreciation and thanks to our
the church. with her son-in-law and daughter
Sherrin Terry of Branford. many friends for their expressionsof
Mr. and Mrs. Frank hUh
The maternal grandparents are sympathy during the recent
Jr., and Angelaand
grandchildren
Card Of Thank Mr. and Mrs Loran Terry of Frank HI. VMS of our' loved one. for visitsprayers LJaIILACK
Branford and the paternal grandparents flowers, cards and food
We wish to express our sincere I Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Puma and
thanks for the many acts of kindness are Mr. and ...... E. W.pytpgr daughter Kim Kim. of Orlando we shall always be grateful.

,. flowers. cards and other es.: fevof tr.to.clty. spent Sunday here with his grandparent May "Ood blew each'of you
presskms of sympathy extended I *. Mr and Mrs. James P. The Family of
to us during the recent bereavement Amy Lynn McCollfoter Register Kim Kim returned! home Bertha' Evans Brackin
of our mother and grandmother ., Mr and 1 Mrs. Marvin K. Mc-
Mrs. Alma M. Htnson. Colllster of Live Oak announcethe I I I
Mrs. J. D. Martin birth of a daughter March 1 PATENT
Oary Martin In the Suwannee County Hospital. Sale At Turner's Nursery l WHITE CALF

She weighed all pounds and
WHITE r A TENT5.OE
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Alimar Theatre Amy Lynn UcCoIlI tr. SEVERAL SIZES PINK AND WHITE DOOWOOD
The maternal grandparents are AND RED BUD TREES:
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brannan 8r.
PLENTY: OP AZALEA!: AND BOXWOOD
Thurs April 3 of Callahan and the paternal
grandfather Is C. W McCollUter PATENTED CRIMSON KINO MAPLE: TREES: 11 ... ...

of Live Oak.Protect ASSORTED< HOUSE PLANTS AND A FEW: NICE PETUNIA MN..NM1-
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PAGE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 1, 1965 I

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News From Branford Branford WA1U Circle Branford Funeral Held For Major Kellan Missile

Meets Murray HomeThe Father Branford Man Crew CommanderMajor

First Baptist Church Personals Funeral services were '::1 eld Dale K. Kellan. whose

WJHU. Circle meeting was held Thursday hi the Plnetta Metho- wife. Minnie .is the daughter of

BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Monday night March 22, at the dist Church for P. L. Herndon E. J. Paulk Sr. of Live Oak Is a

.. home of Mrs. Olen Murray In 87, of Hanson. He Is the fatherof member of the Strategic Air Command
Branford. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cheney P. M. Herndon of Branford. (SAC division at Ells

Branford Defeats Suwannee High In Track MeetBranford Mrs. Thomas Fletcher had and family attended the Holiday Burial was in the Bellvllle Cemetery worth AFB. S. D.. which fired the
on Ice show In Jacksonville
charge of the program assisted In Hamilton County. first Minuteman missile from an

was the winner In a 120 high hurdles -1. McCul Suwannee; 2. Bruce, Suwannw ; by Mrs. Nellie Duncan Mrs. Allen Thursday night Other survivors Include three operational site within the Interior -

recent dual track meet between I lens, Suwannee; 2. Scarborough, 3. Roger Kllpatrlck Branforc ; Price Mrs. Lewis Bell and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher and daughters, three sons a brother of the United State

Branford High School and Su Branford; 3. Allen. Branford: time 23.6. O. Dorsett. daughter of "Tseclenny visited a sister, 28 grandchildren and 44 Major Kenan's division fired

wannee High School of Live Oak, time 18.2. Mrs. Murray served her 1I'sta Mr. and Mr t. B. Fletcher and great-grandchildren. the unarmed Minuteman over an

Results In the individual event Broad Jump 1. Cheney. Bran- pound cake coffee, and tea at the family Sunday. uninhabited area to an altitude of

were as follows: ford; 2. Williamson Suwannee: Class Salutatorian close of the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Colin Williams of lest than one mile. It Impacted M

3. Barnett Branford; 1T334", Lake City spent the week end Two Sunday School planned within two miles of the
here relatives.Mr. .
visiting
Discus 1, McCullers, Suwannee launch site.Major .
Named Valedictorian i and Mrs. Jesse Wood Jr. Classes Will MeetThe
; 2. Allen, Branford; 3. Hal*, Card Of Thanks 1C 1lan. a missile combat
spent the week end visiting Mr. Fidelia and Golden Circle
Suwannee; 111. The family of James R. Jack- crew commander Is a graduate,of
and Mrs. Jesse! Wood Sr. Sunday School classes of the First
220 1. McCullers Suwannee: son wishes to thank everyone for Lancaster Center High School. He
Miss Donna Wood spent the Baptist Church will meet. Thursday
2. Sanchez, Suwannee; 3. Kelly, the kind expressions of sympathy received his B. a degree from Ball
week end visiting Miss Kathy night. April 1, at the homeof
Branford; time 25.3. shown them during the passing State Teachers College at Munlce.
Griffith and family Mrs. R, O. Griffith In Bran-
Mile relay 1. Branford of their loved one. May God bless m 5 Ind., and gained his commissionthru

(Johnston. B. Terry, Koon. Fls y each one of you Is our prayer. ford.All the aviation cadet program
members are urged to be
sell) ; 2. Suwannee; time 354. Mrs. Lorlne Roberta The ability to speak in many present. I a

Pole vault 1. Cheney Bran- Mrs. Dorothy O'Steen anguages! Is valuable but the Give chicken a tasty looking

ford; Koon Branford; Johnston) Harold Jackson ability to keep your mouth shut I color by sprinkling with paprika

Branford; tie 8'3". Carl Jackson In one is priceless I (Office Supplies at McCrlmoa's) when frying

880 1. Brown Suwannee;
S
-
u Branford 3, Koon -
2. B. Terry, ;

Branford; time 211:6.:
1
440 Flssell Branford; 2. For Sale-Real Estate

Daniels, Suwannee; 3. Brinkley )Ppo.

Suwannee; time 53.0. FURNISHED Two bedroom

Mile 1. McCall, Branford; NITYI home and 2 acres near Dow-

2. Whitfield. Branford; 3, Johnston ling Park and Suwannee River -

Branford; 5.18:5.: $3,000.
Sprint medley relay 1. Bran- LITTLE ADS FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS Branch Office

ford: 2. Suwannee; time 2.17:4.: I BIG RESULTS SUWANNEE RIVER

100 yard dash 1. Williamson FOR SALE New and used REALTY

Suwannee; 2. Bass Suwannee BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE pianos Frier Music Co. North FARMERS 407

; 3. Cheney, Branford; time Miss Suzanne Murray, daughter Whatever the purpose you will Ohio Ave Live Oak 363-2188 MONET for your farm operations I Farm Cowling St.
find Democrat classifieds doth at reasonable cost. Terms Bureau Bldg.
105.
U
of Mr. and Mn. Glen eaJJ
t tulckly and well to fit your needs. Loans up to Phone 362-1526
880 relay 1. Buwannee; a. job
of has been
'1 Branford time 140.1. Murray Branford FOR SALE All size of tar 7 years. CaU North Florida Production WINSTON J. ROGERS. Realtor

Mlu Pat Parker daughter of Shot put; I, McCullers, Su named salatatorlan of the 19(5 DEADUNE FOB INSERTION pau11nruaranteed! not to leak Credit Assn. 8. Ohio Specializing in Farm and Acreage

Mr. and Mrs (Marion Parker of wannee; 2. A. Allen Branford; graduating class at Brsnford 5:08 P.M. Tuesdays Ottls Brown Motor cdjj tf Ave., Live Oak TeL 363-3588.abe-tf Sales and Loans

Branford baa been named vsledlctorlan 3. B. Terry. Branford; 41'9%". Htfb School. Miss Murray is LOW RATE FOR RESULTSSVi : USED MACHINE SALE!: Used aU

1. Flssell, Branford active In school activities having cents word with a
of the 1965 gradua- High Jump per Singer portables, start at $1.95. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE:

ting class of Branford High ; 2. tie > Lee, Branford; and been F.F.A. Sweetheart minimum of ,1.0,. Singer Co.. Lake City Fla. Can Machine machlneless. and cold Brick veneer home located Sherwood

School. During his school Mlis Bar, Suwannee; 5'5''. served on the student council (AU classifieds mud bo paid In 792-4081. cabj tf wave permanent given. Operators Forest 3 bedroom, 1 and

Parker bat served a. student 180 low hurdles 1. McCullers, spotlight staff basketball team, advance.) Annie II. Mills, Myrtle K baths, electric heat age B

council representative, nerved and a. a class officer She was ONE WEEK FREE FOR SALE One M John Deere Mills and Mary Drew years, small down payment
Classifieds ordered for five tractor and all equipment including price $15.000. F II. A. finance
chosen most, likely to succeed Boatright. Manicurist Ruby
In the band and won the American -
: Don't Boil Simmer weeks the last week free. Bargain available to.
during her senior and has ran power saw. Sanford at Annie's each Thursday qualified buyer
award and the year
history 1.00 will for a Z8 word price. Call 362-293S or 963-
If aimIs $ pay
Simmer; don't boll your Friday, and Saturday.
been member of the Beta
science award daring her Junior a hard-cooked egg. Simmering a advertisement for fin week.. 3743. cajj tf cut U 4 bedroom home 2 baths living

rear. She served as FlU promotes a firm, tender white Club for the past four years. Uso Suwannee Democrat Classified room dining room kitchen,
FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer
officer and was FIIA district with a smooth yolk. Rapid boilIng 'Miss Murray won an AmericanIsm -' for Proven Result good location known as the

chairman. She Is a member of means a mealy yolk and a award during her Junior chain saws, parts and service. ANY TYPE "Dr. Price Home, price now
Logging? supplies hooks, clamps,
Beta Club.Public white.IN year. reduced to. $13.400. terms can
the tough FOR RENT bows bars, and chains. Repairfor be arranged
MEMORIALWORK
most small gasoline engines :

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETHIRD Ida this Ilrd tf of M..... A. n. ". '. A nice house for sale and a nice Tyre's Saw tt Engine Service Q
CIRCUIT
NoticesIN JUDICIAL IN AND VAUGHN A. SESSIONS 3 bedroom home two baths, nice
FOR SUWANNEE COUNT' FLOR, fkrk of Clreult Court 2-bedroom place for rent. Call formerly Electric Service Co.. : Iota ".100. cash

IDA. AT loAWi (SEAL Buwann County, Florida 382-2935 or 963-2743. call tf 905 8th St. Your small engine DONE
R A R SUPPLY CORPORATION, )
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN a I Dr! LIIIIan R.dford mobile headquarters. cadj U PAUL A.
AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY CorporatIonPDlntltf D. C. FOR RENT Space Granite Marble, Bronze BYRD Realtor

STAT OF FLORIDA.IN .. 41.41 homes. Plenty of room. Nice BUILDINGS Butler all metal Phone 362-3333 406 B. Ohio Ave.
PROBATE. KAREl' bnalneanM
: gvOBODA. dolor
IN RFJi: ....lat. of ELMER'S ELECTRIC SERVICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE and clean. Good. well water. panelframe buildings and sheds. LIVE OAKMONUMENT Live Oak Florida

FRANK R. JENKINS, Defendant. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Lake for fishing and swimming Ideal for shops, storage equipment aU
FLORIDA
DeOOUOd. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS ..ALEMWII IN AND FOR SUWANNEE
Nolle Ol Intention Te Milt la hereby sinus l that Ij Duke COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Morgan's Trailer Park US 90 etc. GRAIN BINS. Butler CO.
ApplMattoo. For Final DlwhorpNote. !:::\ Sheriff of Snwannoo County.Florida DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF West Live Oak Florida. Phone bins and equipment. FOR SALE OR RENT
Pries fat-
I I. hereby .!... that tr.nci under and by virtue of a writ GENE M. UUHNBY. : Homer Sarvf'nrrlRn__ -
J. Fennel" ) Kucutrla, ha. tiled hoe of eientlon heretofore Mood out .f Plaintiff 382-2016. pcfdll$49 SPRATgRn-Maynth: one ana noon. elude refrigerator, stove heat-
Petition for Final Dl.rhara. .. E..... the above entitled curt In tho ebov /REND two barrell sprayers with I- .*. aba***.Fire* eSOO tat .ojtilt. *.
r Kntate of frank R. Jenklna.deeoaaed .. bare levied the fol- I : BURNEY.
rU of tin tried aau upon FOR RENT a-bedroom unfurnished
and that on Ih. IBtb day of lowlni property altuate lying and bolos Defendant point hitch galv. drums swivel 1 BRUCE'S DAY NURSERY Phone 343-3686. cbJJ 46-47
April 1*<>. .li. will apply to the Hon la Suwannee County, Florida, to-wlti I TOIre... Barney, SOS aN Avenue house. Phone W1181 row crop drops. Call T K. Me-
ormbl a..... Brown, County Judge ofSuwannw wit of 8W% of Seetlna IT'I.'I InTownihlp Weat. Cullman, AI......... or 382-1681. call tf Child care by day or week
Couotr, Florida, for approval S South. Rant* Eaat Yon are hereby notified thai a Complaint Call 935-4202, Branford. Monday thru Friday FARM AND TIMBER: LOANS
o. ..M final dl.o...... M rucutrli of lIaw. ... County, Florida for Dlvorae baa boos filed In tke pfcb 43-46
the EMt.Of Frank R. Jonklni' doc.... A* tha property of tko above named above named Court sad you ar* nqjlredto FOR RENT 2 .stores available 8 a.m. 5:30: pm. AVAILABLE:
.d. defendant, and that on tk. Ilk day af ..... a *opr of your aiMwer orp'oedMa April 1, at 226-227 W. HowardSt. 813 a Ohio Ave. For Information can or see:
andU'
FOR SALE Frame house
.Srd IISS. hour of ta tha Complaint, the -
The day of Marrh. April. ItM. between the local upon Plaintiffs -
FRANCES J. XKNNEI.L ale, nemtly. cloven a'clock In the forenoon Attorney, Wm. Randall Slaughter.' the former W. I. Darner runabout trailer and 30 Cfbe 43-47 PAUL A. BYRD
.. E..u'rbl of th. .:...,. of and two o'dook. 'In the afternoon P. O. Dos SOS. Llv* Oak. Florida and stores. Contact J. D. Henry, 406 a Ohio An.
Frank K. Jonklna. Voetaiad. ''on laid day, .. tbe Front Doer of th. file the orlilnel In tho office of th. hp Johnson motor. May be seen
..-.. Temporary Court Home In Live Oak, Clerk of the Clreult. Court Snwann 362-2110 for Information. at 117 Van Buren St. Call 362- YOUR I X 10 PHOTO Hand LIve Oak Florida
Buwanno County, ..1 will offer Count,. Live 0.... Florida' an or heron CbJJ 46-47 colored In oil only $2. Offer PhOM 363-1389
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE for aale and all to tha 'i.Ih.. bldilet. tho Slrd day of April. A. D. ISIS. If ,.. 2403. cajj tf
Nolle la kmby sloe that 1. DukeMcCalll.t.r for ...h. In hand tha show deaerlhed aar to aenteet the ama, .lhr..U. the expires May 30...1965. Leave atJIIJDter" 4 tf
aa Sheriff of Buwaniw property, a* orbs property of aid' ...- allocation of th* Complaint.will bo Zak.Os FOR RENT A furnished house Spear guns diver's masks, swim Retail Stan or see
County Florida In and by virtu of Nndanl to tetl.fy said eu.atlnn.DUKR *. aonfeaaed ky you. be seen on the old JasperRd.
that .rtaln txxutlon monad out at tin ....CALLIITERII Done and Ordered In. Lire Oak. F'Ida .... can call fins. Most anything for the manor Chas. A. Taylor Rt 4. Box 186. FOR BALE House and lot
Clrcalt Court In and for Suwannoa County ofSowssaa thla lied day of .....11. A. D. tf01. at Gary Wilson1 or woman that likes to. dive or Phone 363-2393. pajej 43-3 110' x 300 on a Walter Ave.J.
Yl.rld.t. whar* Mod.rn H...... Con- Count*, Florida I.AVAUUHN A. SESSIONS 362-1974. pad146 : .
Plaintiff' and ..... (lark of Clreult Court: swim. Picnic Baskets. MACK'S O. Cannon at Cannon II
:,rhunCral1.l:: : rlfa, Annla KM Suwosna Cou"t. Florida I A 4-room furnished I BPORT SHOP. Phone 3631305. INCOME TAX RETURNS Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone 363117.
vlrtua of that (SEAL) OR RENT -
Crate M d.l.nd.nt by REGISTRATION: UNDER FICTITIOUS Apr. 15 U deadline for filing
43-47
crtaln Judxnont on publl rord .f NAME ACT. C. LAVOVE BOGGUS lops LIlila R.dford apartment. Can be seen on I pdJJ call tf
8 waana County Florida, I kava looM AND INA MAE BOGCUS DOING ..... D. Co Wil Income tar Let us prepare your
I upon and wlll. off.r fur aala and all to BUSINESS AS LIVE OAK JEWfcXRY the old Jasper Rd. at Gary BOATS with live well 12 ft. return. Short and long forms
I tka hl.h.., and bit fcMd.r for eat at NOTICE CALL FOR BIDS son's or call 362-1974. pajl 46 TRAILER: OWNERS' :
tb. front door ot the Court Noun In TO WHOM IT MA CONCERN Buwaaneo County Arthropod Control 15495. Life Jackets o adult's. and business forms. Browns
Lln Oak, Bawann County Florida, to Yen will plus ..10. notk that th* ........, _I.. hid on the following- 1395. children's. $3.23. Life Bookkeeping Service 725 Weller LOTS FOR BALE

aall.fy sold 1'/a.Judfomant aurln* the and lops oat boats on April of undoralined INA MAE BOUUUS.O. I.AVOTB huabaadj UUQGUIt( and wife and, Kernel Appronlmately 1.704, ..lIn.. reaularaaolln HELP WANTED cushions from $2 II to. $498. Ave. pdJJ 43-47 OOOD TERMS. Priced $395

..lIi": foUawlai daerlbd .r'.. are noisome, and will ."..... /. a retail delivered t* vehlel lank at Coast Ouard approved. MACK'S OUTSIDE CITY but close ins

*.On'llH 'Ford l-dnor, I D N., Ilaiiware.aioraenttle ehlnawaro business, laathor handUnl i: good jewelry oat elation oil ..11./ .Prleo... In per v.altl allon, at lit tatlon....d.. WANTED First class carpen- SPORT SHOP. Phone 362- PAUL A. BYRD Realtor

AIAOI41TI4.DUEL \::4 Ar11. :R" ShlllftBuwann -;: olher mvrchandlae eaUbllahaienla.. ..n..II aw, and said said tooalt.f Price....I'ln.per .and...rt......In. per wilt ten at U. S. Post Office In Live 1303. pdJJ 4347MACK'S HELP WANTED Live 404 a Ohio Ave.

County, Florida All bide t ko Oak. George E. Jensen contractor Oak Florida,
** nt va Oak, Florida, In tha nome oil aealed and delivered
SPORT SHOP Phone
...n LIVE OAK JEWELRY by April II. 1105o tke ftuwaaaeeCoualy Inc.' Apply at Job. We are WAITRESSES: WANTED Must Phone 343-138,
Uv. Oak Florida Healtk lI.po.,....".. Bide will 363-1305. Zebra spinning reels
NOTICE UNDER' FICTITIOUS OR and the nderala-ned will file a r.al. ratloa be opened .. tlOt A. M. on April IS, an equal opportunity employer be over 21. Apply In person between rtf
TRADE NAME LAW of said flotltlou name aa required Mil. al th* lI.w."... County Health call tr and rods from $6.95. Fishing the noun of 9-13 am. al'
TO WHOM IT MAY CUNCfcRNl; 1, ...tlon SIS.O, Florida II..,..,... IVSS. D.part.OIIV..d.... ar. Invited t* bepreaeal poles from 49e up. Paddles from Inn Lake
NoOse I hereby al Said '..In... la owned ky the side
pnrauaat to tha flntltkua oatate the Eavelope: shall he marked Caaulla LADIES Boost your Income. $1.7 up. Rubber boots from City chef tf
limed aa an ky entirety. ,
name ....'all. Chapter .0.... .r Seitlon DATED: tkl lull day of blank, lltl.S Bid. not to be opened aalU April IS Bell Luiier Cownetlcs. Call or $3.93 pr, Up. pdjj 43-47 HORNE REALTY CORP.
.
1101 Florida Sututo IS4I. will nflater 1005.Pswoana.
C. UVOYB BOGC1USS
with tke Clerk of tk* Circuit Court // lilA MAE 1IOUOU5 County Arthropod ControlBuwanneo write Lucille Courtoy, Phone CURB HELP! WANTED NOW BXAMCII omcE
In sod for Suwannea Couaty. Florida 44.41IN << HeaNh Depart..I 792-1431 or Boll 294. Jasper. FOR BALE Portable Irrigation Ages 18 to 40. Apply In person
;
Flaw: 214 W. Ilewaitf
publiatlo..ehls ..
upon r..Spof proof of Lire lob, system 600 ft of 4 men: MM
notice the t-wltl ..... Fla. Pdhj 44-48 A A W Drive In cajj U
LIVE OAK FLORIST THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ft of 3 Inert pipe. Can TT9-114.
GEORGE B. DEES
os d.t e'.l' will oniae;* la huiltveia.I THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SUWANNEE OF CALL FOR BIDS WANTED Full Ume beautician. PdJJ 4f-47 WANTED Waitress Apply at
: FOR
FLORIDA IN AND
oipwt enraca kualneia la. Live ..w..... Twenty Arthropod] Control -We
Florida ... COUNTY. IN tfANCrltV; Apply Ruby's Beauty Shop 218 Dixie Grill. eajj tf
Oak. aad m, "d. I. Fifth aHonaton. consort Bald bid for apprealmately
DIVORCe FOR BALE!: Mechanical trans
Ura Oak Fla. II.... tallona of No. t dlaeol 1 oil delivered Pine Ave, Live Oak. '
T". ntent of ownenhl I* entire.THKLMA IDA IIIAS JOLLEY.PIaia1Uf. to tho City Barn m motored SIS planter In good condition. Has WAITRESS WANTED' Apply to PhofM 362-1 CSS
FI88KLLDated ....... pbj 441
) lota a* called for by Suwaaae '
... set about 30 of tobacco. at the Colonial House
this. lick day of Monk A.D. County Arthropod Control.Bueeeuful acres person 99 ACRBI
'*". EDWARD. M.Defendant JOILEY, bidder will ho Monlred tofvrnlah WANTED order cook at Call n..1431 after p.m net! Restaurant. I-T5 and 136 No CUT OVER WOODLAND

...n TBtLUAi riSSEU. TO Edward M. Jailer, whoa addra, be ..one......kaadpump. at th. Live aad .se Uah skid Sanitary Mnhto A A W Drive In. Experience phone calla ail tf About II Mils From Uvt Oak
and _Id.... .. tiakaowa.Yau PIOEONS Young or breeding
resident
Landfill and to Rice 83.004. Onty .too Down
mane deliver!** to skid helpful but not necessary Apply
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER are ....b' notified that a Cam. tank an railed for b, .._...* County tf pairs. I1.W pr m 3 or more pr. BALES REPREBENTATITEWANTED Good Easy Terms On Baianos
the cajj
plat.for Dlvora baa boon tied In In
TO WHOM FICTITIOUS IT MAY CONCERN NAME .. named. Court and yon ..* roaulredto Arthropod Hide will Control.he opened April IS. ISIS, at person. Iota For pets or squab breed- Metropolitan Life Wiry Not Sisal Some Pine Trees

KOT1CB la ....b' Siva that ,lie ud.nlpd --.* a IIo't': of your anawor or plead. tits .... M the offle of the Suwaaae WANTED Lady to. work soda In,. Immediate shipment has opening for salesman n For Yew Youngsters*

Naaie' Sutata. pannut, Cbaptor to. tke. of FktlllM Sorties h>.** to A Wm. Raadall spa' the BlauihMr.P. Plain.tlir ar County Invited Health to bo Doporto.a preoeat.Bavelopea ... All bidder fountain at A ... W Drive In. KORDES.: Ill a I:. led Ave.. this """. Staring! salary open I

S4I..S. Florida .......... ISIS, will a Be*"ili. Llv Uah.. Florida, as'Sfile shall be marked. ......1 OH Apply In person. cajj U Fort LauderUale. F a. depending on sale experience I 34 ACRES

reilater In with and for tk*SawannM Cloth .,County.the ClmltCourt Ftor.Ma .. Clerk the of erlalaal th* Clrtalt In the 0..aftle... *!Ia waaneoCenaty. of the 1505.Bid not t* bo epeaed anal April IS pddh 45-49 and qualification to. $404 per About 13 Mike From Live Oak

upoa re .lpt of Proof of r.klla.tloa Live Oak, Florida oo or before Ruwanao Coaatp Art.......*. Control (Renew Year .....*.$.*.) month. Complcee training pro Good Livable Home--Oood Water
of this Netlo". ,lie flatltlM. lam. tho Slrd day ol ApriL A. D. IttS. II yen Rvnnaa Casey ltaltb. Doparlmat FOR BALE Registered Black Insurance and 1/3 MOW on Bute Hlfhway
Program
to aoatott the otherwle the anal
towltlOTTtS are earn Law 0011Io Florida Angus bulL 1 old. Good $500 Down HO per Month
years
BROWN MOTORS allacaUeaa the Complnlnt will be tab.on ..... Retirement Program Contact
..d", wtlch .. will ...... In ..'-.. aa ...1...... ky ,_ FOR SALE disposition and good eondtUon. sen Or Trad
W. oipact to ana-ai In b .Ma. In Dee aad Ordered. m LI.. Oak. Florida NOTICE OF ADOPTION orRESOIUTION Will Metropolitan life. 401 N. rat-
Use Oak. Sawaano. : FlorUanod tkla Slrd day of Mara.. A. D. Ibis BY BOARD OF COUNTY Can 363-3173 after 4 pm. tenon 8$, Yaldosta. Oa. TtL
oar ..._. t. SS* Wt Rtward LAVAUUHN A. BUUUONS COMMI IIONEBS. SUWANNEE FOR SALE: I M John Deere trade for heifers. pbjj 45-4 TRAIIAtlOT3Gas
.t..... U*. 0.... FlorMa.Tko Clark .t Clraalt Cones COUNTY FLORID 343-4441. cad It
...... of ownenkln' la i* follow. ..w.._ County. Florida N..... to bombIves thai the Board tractor. food condition. tiller, FOR BALE Hawk automat Onb7 Four Left With 8ws*., City
J. OTT18 BROWN SS "'* SEAL) ot Mat Comm1..More W BawaaaoaCeaatr. and fertiliser distributor; 1-rew WANTED One curb girt and In City UmtuCasy
4 ALVIN M BROWN SI I/Hi Bps Lillian Rad/ord tobacco stringer, $950 Jody Terms
FlorMn. adopted a reoolutton al
Deere tractor 1954 on* girl for Inside kitchen help.
40 John :
LAVAUGHN E. NEWBERM: SI D. 0
a/171 ... ha rea-ahir mnila* an Mareh St. IMI.wherein Bam 535.1631phis ...41
J. OTTIH BROWNDated .. the rlrhta at Sawaaaeo GessIpsed 3/4-ton O>IC truck. 4-spoed I Apply in person at Parker
& tkla. tha .tJo'" .. Mann, the pnhll In aad to that pert Ion otConnly and IMS 3/4-ton Drive In on Jasper !Deb..,. Stave Several Good flames
...D. I...* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE road ..... aa the OM Itehtneknoo '- transmission; FOR BALE 1964 Ford Super
ALVIN M BROWN THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF puhho rood ; Eaat af the Rasa Chevrolet truck. Fuco Chemical Dexter tractor In excellent con US 139. north. ceJJ 44 In The UJMO so *a toO Ranee
LA-VAUOBN NEWBERN FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWANNIE edce ot State :J.t., m tho B Terms Can B. Arranged On Moat
..... COUNTY. IN CHANCERY tko EH W Siitlan i Townahlp S /5eslb. coq 362-2092. cat* U dition. Less than months old.

DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF Rosa 14 Eaat, cad tie aad to that p..::. Maybe seen at Buwannee Valley
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS: SALE PATUCIA- NORRIS. ton of a oountr rood that krd Nerthoaal.ward FOR SALE!: 1M7 Twilight mobile Wle PresetveTi
No lo* at hanky .1... that L Dak rialatlft tram said old htaekneo. soon IV Tractor Co. John V. FnUpot 11 For Sale AataaotlTe
r -
home house trailer *
MCalllUr. aa Sheriff of Suwaaae ... read h the SW
( of Wilt aid th* W Stot M. D. PBJJ 46-47 .
4>.."p. ...rI.... In sad ky virtue of thataxrtala WILLIAM M. MORRIS. SEM of NBH ot oaM Beettoo t. $800. Bee James Severance
oa Mat... leaned. aat at ,lie n.I_"., '. P S Ran 14 Rat aaldrondo ..
null Oalau Court In and for ftronaoav. nw.asa TO William. Norris .** IS!. SS4lkSCTt not bavin. .: boos*need. ante toe Branford. Fla. Phone US-SMI FOR BALE 1940 Ford Country FOB' SALE 1963 ,....,...
Cost Florid wnMn : R ew- : SQDN. USAFSS. .APO. Bost.Yoao onalrovtaMi of State Road 4*. Irm aad ... 933-2281. pith ..-.0 Sedan. Oood shape. At a bar $1190 Fine" ....... radtotbeater.
: wit w.......... Mac .11_'. to Suwano-e Ceaa/t. FhnH > .
I .Stt.CM ov that jvaavenont .* hereby aotKled that n c... Ma _t.... ......... __ and gain. Can H2-I,". cbJJ .. ., passmgir reeBnmg seat
.* pahll r*. rd at ..w.._ shone Mme.._ baa boon tied and ............. A pwbllo heartnaoa.. FOR SALE!: Used Tine I vent she... goal lieu C3
... ,. Florida. 1 have levied open aad Ooorl aad pom arm rnskw oernmt the advlaablMy ot _,.... Tube Bargains for cars FOR BALK I months Old ZIO ,
rill offer far eale aad aell t* the burn.oet te aarva a aapr of rear aaawor or ............ re euo..m. and ....... ...* trucks tractors. All sizes. avail ZAO. Make, hundreds of fancy 915-4011. Braafar*. Fla
and beat bidder for ooah at the treat Ian to the Complalot. *. tb* Plain* She rta-uta Suumonoo Coawtv and shePobMa ail UPON
door .. tko Court H.... kj U.. Oak.SMwannoa InTa AHorney, Wm. Randall Sm* c...... Florida, t* aatlafy F. O. Bo* SSS Uv Oak. FtorMa. and Ma>vh t.. Ills aa reaulrod 1 r law. .
e said $d west sad oaot on April II. rile .... .minal In the ult* of the BY ORDER the Beard of b aces dsris the tocal boor of aaw IkeJeJkrwfeM Clerk of the c....... C.... Snwaaao* Oaaamloaloaaia of h_...e Oowaty. O-Brten. 815-3M3 Also best noaograma. embroiders, : 3-docr. beige, wtt* 14.O7
donrlkid property ao-wttl 0..." Llvo naa... ....... on n. rofor FtorMa. hie ash day 01II....... IMS.Board .
available through ne4ghbOrlaod dams ete. tU cub
On ISI4 No.SS4SttTS4X. the Slrd oar of April. A. OL I.... at yen Of 0...'. foaammakMoraSvwaain yourBarber's patches Wow pmots S nu5oo dap.6t lrlak Priced for Immetflsitet
M.CM.Ls.STF1t711 .. ale t* _too, the kaaao, Mnorwto she ** ....f alMwaUeaa ot she Comolalat bo .
will taken
DUE By UkVAVQIN A. SESSIOMS4t
Tire Berries, wholesale Credit Minuet Buwanne be Mrs. Msmte ,,--.
Sowaaaoe c...",. Florida, .Orw.Is. ..r. /.p log was. ,
d4T D .ssN LI** Oak, "- division sad tf DrSMcnt.: pbhj 44V4T V Kay FtSv m-MfT. pray 4S-44







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