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

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ESTABLISHED 1884
W IDA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965
VOL.
81, NO. 1

Cattlemen Held AW/y Renovated Courthouse Aoic (JC'C'IIIJNlI

Suwannee Courthouse
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Annual :<., : ;. County
ifJ.t
Meeting P I
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At Fair GroundsThe :: ... ,,,.."... ; ;'f jL: .'' : Occupied After Renovation

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annual barebcue and meetIng t......... '. 'J\
of the Suwannee County Cat L ''f'I./. ,.yt
'" .t County Offices \Were For
Ueman's Association wa held last ... Open
: J .
.. Suwannee Band
c.lrf .
Friday at the Suwannee County t !Ir'
lair 1J'CUnda. \., Business Monday Furniture
r.i. ;; Coming
Buddy Clark owner of the ;. Rated Superior

Gainesville Livestock Market, outlined '. : ":, The newly renovated Suwannee County Courthouse
for the association the Importance 'If''" : State was open for business' this week after more than 11 month
of the auction market I. ContestThe of
,, construction and renovation' had caused the county
for the livestock man. i- H I government to work of
out temporary headquarters
Clark also commended eu..an.IIeI 1 8uannee High School
County official and employee !started moving Into the
County for haying the first / Band hu returned' from the North .
building last seek and at prtll'n'all ---- --- ---
heifer youth show In the .tate. Florida Band Contest In Dayton
county officers except the their meeting Saturday At the
The heifer youth show U onwhere \ Beach u one of only two class school meeting the commlMlon
Suwannee County 41 "B" band In Florida to gain a .,,- superintendent and school adopteda
perlor rating board have moved Into the building resolution stating that U would
Club members raise a heifer u move from the old temporaryquarters
their club project and sell the animal The band "as also the only to the renovated buildIng .
to a local merchant: during band of the 21 bands In the district .. The building cost 1380.000 to The commission also Instructed \
the Suwannee County Pair. to receive the superior rating renovate with half the money -
the
contractor R. B Day, to
coming from the .
Band Director federal
The speaker told the group that Harry Grant government make corrections and
termed the bands "A real and the other half from minor repairs
It la very necessary to upgradethe rating: on the building
breeding of stock with better fine Job done by a real mature county government A typical reaction from county
"
stock. group According to Lavaughn Sessions officials
was that of Sheriff Duke
The association 1s currently undergoing The superior rating for the band I clerk of the circuit court, rooms McCallistrr-who stated: "1 lore Itt
a membership drive and was the second they have reeelved In the building will be occupied' a* This U really the first time the
President Charles Harvey urged' the Ian five trips they have soon as new furniture la received Sheriff has had adequate room t
aU Interested' persons to Join the made to the contest. at the end of the month to work In,"
organisation. l Last year the band did not participate Besides the school offices the The Sheriff now has three
In the state contest be. courtroom Is also without furnl.
rooms In the
new wing of the
cause of Its trip to the Worlds ure. Circuit Court will probably Courthouse
Is Named Fair In New York be convened after the new furnl- as compared to the
Taylor one room he had In the old build
Several .
students lure arrives
mon individual according to Beailona.
'- awards for their solo work, al The building was officially socepted ingOther
Vocal InstructorFor R. B. Gay Construction Company recently completed renovation the Bewannee reanty Carl the contest Th Indllvdual award by the commission during new occupants voiced
..... and ceonty officiate bay ..... from winner about the lime approval as that
temporary quarters InU the new .It.... "I"kla., Ibeflee mere Mona Patterson and of the Sheriff.
Schools ./ appears en page eight ef this ...t.... Democrat Staff Fhele) Amy Zlnober who both received
Occupants of the ground floor
an excellent rating and Debbie Club ..Member {'ate of the Suwannee County Court

The Suwannee County School! Officers ElectedOrganization<< I Broiler OUmor The Saxophone who received Quartet a good made To lifter (:.."riP horse Include the sheriff county
Board has approved a new trach- Industry udie, clerk of the circuit court
t to handle vocal music for this up of Linda Warren, Ubby Bior Member .f the fUwannrereentry tax assessor tax collector superintendent *
*oeunty'! school system The postin Planned To Provide At sen. Sherra Hunter and John due v.ted M ndrnlthl of public Instruction
Farm
vocal music education' has been Topic toatrlght lent also received an excel- !. ...,.,. the bid er KIM county engineer supervisor of rg
vacant since the retirement of rating. all Daniel Irrigation ('.mpaitr stratton. and slate parole aftloer
/ 'MUs Bessie Hunter several years Bus Service For College StudentsThe Bureau Meet The |soo cost of the trip was 'I Havana, Ha* af 111.117 t.Irrlgsl. An office for the state auditor has
raised throuih a fish fry and -
.
\personal the fairways green, also been made available.
I ago.Ken Taylor Will assume the duties Educational Committee of the Suwannee County The future of the broiler Industry contribution given to the and Ue af the golf rune. The official open house for the

of vocal Instructor for both Chamber: of Commerce sponsored an organizational meetng In Buwannee County will beth flans are U sign the eentrot new building baa not Heft an.
the Suwaanee High School and at 8:00 p.m. Monday night at the high achool cafeteria topic ef the monthly meeting boardMl \ .. seen aa ,*MUt* and hounond but toMlona said It would
Junior High School In September! to form a non-profit organization for the purchaseof of the Buwanne' County Farm week shoald M ._.,..... within probably be held alter the MWtvirnUure
The addition of Taylor to the A school bus to transport Junior colleen atudenta to and Bureau to be held at the Mn Firefly MllMtf ..,.. WM Ml up.Sr .
school atari wOl mean that the from Madison, and If needed, to Drove Methodist Church May Mat I
; feign achool win be able to form a Lake City.t7eM B.A Bwtna! etoeted UmpOrary a pjn. ? Project WiEnd'Tuesday\\ it>rn'nl liy .Ailntnt
,
j shams t. the fire ak.FSrr ra ay AdkA chalnsMtn ai theedUMtiin chairman:"? Jim. Shl f1ds, first: Jtoocri. amUlu of .111ft CotUirFr
uL '" awmnlUeat sad ... U. sloe chairman: Walter Mower. ..du.er* Amoelatloh/ will tree UK: '
The Board atop approved the. Crew: it. pnaktaat of the Bunnee aeeond .... ehairmant and Mm., talk on the broiler Industry *' ) Pollution Of Suwnnnce Jliver :May i;I

teaching calendar for newt year ... County Chamber of Cantmeroe. Wayne "&&man. secretary Other topw U be Included In ...... Jean Meadow .
during the meeting held last Sat* were. present and presented An organlaational meeting of the meeting will Include' : a group county home tent and* assMan head Become Problem' In Near Future :'
urday, Thai calendar win be the their vt ws and thinking In relation parents to to be held by Swing In singing led by Roy' Hunter, a brie the National Aeronautical and e
tnBWf u thla years with 1M days to the natter the very near future for the purr I comment on etUmensblp by H. K Spoil Administration firefly coleetlng The pollution of the Suwannee JC/ver/ was cited aj a
for teaching and IH days that This was an answer to numerous pose of moving Into a Wolfe, and a five mlnut summary .! project for BuwaJirwe I possibility, / In the near future by Mate Tom I I
must be on duty requests by parents In regard plan for a school bu ddlru"j of the Wild River Bill now s.tr.tarr.of
the teacher I County, announced today that all Adam. In a prepared statement /. com- I ImlU.
... .. In .
lies I c-u. Congre
decided to study school bus to the Junior eol- tending
Board baa to Irefllee I
The a ... I II collected up to now will .. concerned' : with the problem.
an offer from the Chryir Corp.. kits and It war felt that more I be picked up from 4-11 leadersneat lie asserted, that water pollution has caused' mllllonaf '
concerning the offer te furnish students would attend If transmrUtlon Tuesday.
I This .Week In Leglilrdu-e dollar of damage to Florida --
j the school system can to usa In was available, Miss Meadows warned. all fire- economy In the past few year and Board of Health but that Its primary .
I the driver education program It was sugieattd' by Adick and n IT eollecior that newly eauihlIrefllea that prospect for the future are mlaaion t* to protect healthof
notice waa given to the Board Crews that the parents set up an Bills Affecting Live Oak To ReIntroduced should not be put with the even worse.Mama cltlaent rather than fish, agriculture
that their euattrra In the newty 'organisation for the purchase of a fireflies that have already been said thai the Buwannee and wtldltf
renovated. Courthouse will be ready I but and elect organisation India McDonald f roenn will be the Mat area to suffer Uievage The secretary' said the .kiwi
M soon aa the new furniture ia and a board of director By Reps ) She cugiteted to firefly hunter, of pollution because of Die solution would be lo play reepunslbuily -

allies' Bill that will effect the City of Live Oak will be Introduced that they freese the newy| caught Ml deposits of phosphate thai far water pollution u It
this ones and then place them with were discovered: near the river .recently relates for conservation. In the
Bill Savitz To In the Florida (House of Representative the one that have already been
lands of dedicated
an agency primarily
Soil week Leon N. McDonald. Mot of the measure
StewardshipWeek by Rep rauahl UnUM .realistic controls ire to conservation and that
I lead I Live Oak to be Introduced would amend the City Charter of Lhe The firefly project will last In aerted over the eiplottaUon of the Board of Conservation I Ia

2348 Oak uwamve County for the next these resources:' M said "we may geared to conserve, protect and
May The amendment would: several weeks and Miss Meadow' soon *.'.. the day when the BUannee develop Floflda natural roaeurr .
Boil Week will be P-TA Group .Raise from 11.000 lo SI.MO th minds all 4-II Club membrri one of the moat beutul !- *. He added that Its staff da*
observed May $->0. according toBuwannee Ilra y Dorkrt inllayur'tt amount which the city could that Inert will be a prise for the stream In AirwrUa.I befouled the knowledge, understanding.and .
hive Boil Conservation The Live Oak P-TA met Thursday spend on contract and purchase member who bring in the moat with wades and Impurllle. just resource* to dial effectively.
hurt;
District Board Chairman J. Dan nUbt May I. at the Junior without calling for bids rvfliee, u ha occurred In the sperms of with water pollution
ROM High Auditorium Election and A urprUlngty large number of -awitch the date. af runoff Polk County, Adam warned thai paasage by

Bulletin describing the background bwUlUUon of officers was one of reckkaa driving taro leveled elections for City officer to the. Sertice' l'Jn firm: Adam termed Ute pollution In I Congress appear Imminent of aIIIU
of this observance an new th* htgblight of the meeting. Mayor 1. Marvin FbilUp! In May third Tuesday after' the lint Monday Polk County "a lid eummentsry lo permit OWl federal government .
bed distributed to the rural Elected: to serve for the coming orH CcNr.onda,. In May a* of 1N. Th. J 6-lopltal| ISIIIInyIl'is; on our ......rdltllp of Florida to establish minimum standards .
churches In Buwannee County. year waa Bill Bavttg. president' ; Of the 20 ewe to come .before chang would mak the date conform .uwannre County Hospital pre.aented natural! resources and the shock- of quality for all Interstate
The Sod Conservation DUtrtrUa Ira. Far c.t1N president; the mayor., seven were for nk. with that of run-off slat aervlee pin la It employers tog Incongruity of the state'. .P- water.

the nation have BOW bees sponsoring Nn. Lillian Radford. secrrUry; tea driving Only one of those accused election during National Hospital Week, voech lo conserving our fresh "The lime Is past du.", he said.
this week for over tea year and Mrs. Mart Morrison treasurer Of mkleaa driving was -Require tile city, when It mot Those re
The following I* a quotation from The new efneert wrrr tnstafl- found not guilty. give noti. of action. to give 15 piN were Evelyn '''''reon. die. Adam said the one s..nt y thai protect our precious fresh water.
this yean bulletinFor the people ed by the Rev. ....... MeMn.O The fine of those who were day notice by publication In at uU.n. IVatrlre I Union. teas> ha ben. given the rtap>mibiiuy>> not only for our own benefit but
.f pod trwanhip of natural re H. RuUntoe. IUPtf'IaIfttprtnctpa1. found guilty ranged from II to 21 |least, two Iron of a Susanne Ojdw nsmbl. LTN and tu s of *vrra eU>g malUrra pertaining fare' the well being of gsneraUnnalo
aource la baaed won the World Introduced the program dollars. Tee of those convicted County newspaper, published a (No. I MillnBwd ... ra.. II 'la water pollution I* Ih Dilate torn
of Ood. The Bible plainly aU out of the evening stick: was an In- were Involved 'In a rtdent week apart.
that ownership *f the resource laOodX trmunff dlsntsrton by Henry MFoisom. Other ewe In the Court Involved Provide extra rompmsaiion lo
Btcwwaha. Including use superinundmt *f chool*. four cave of publM>> drunk any city officer for eitraordinary lllxlrr Memorial/ (:III'lwl .

and eenserratkav to man repontfbblty" on the school program for Uw'' nuw_. two are of driving wlthIN services performed during emergency -_
coming year .. I rnU*..d o* face II. period*- 71
.Authorise th* City Council to ...
buy aurpiu material from th* I

I New Cattleman't Association tJl/k,." federal and uu government and

Mao egenel without eompHtUv
.....
Other measure would earmark
the first IK.000 ef race track
revenue to pay off 171400 In rr e<
flue entlfireu touted for a high
school gym and the second I It.000
to pay off HOC.** borrowed. for
renovating the county Courthoua
The bins also would ratify and
vandal the issuance of rrvmuela

e.rUf csi.. .1
addlUMi.. lisp MtDnnald w'J
submit bells I* ratify and vatidatiasttnammt

.*. vaJuaikma and lag
Irvitai ef Lire Oak from IM thru ?
IH4 and to author! live Oak to
partlctpat* to tale.. and federal

program
The letter. raaure would a .w I

the city U antklpau. a* rrvrms
the fend tow recessed. from any

solo or federal. agrncy far par.UdpnUon SIs et MnswtaJ Cbl si Ue Advent (%rMU. HMM al UveHstg Park k sow **.,. ae serb

Me.Iww tl the lassnni ceaw.aa a iri.Uin Bevd ., Mr****** arei It to Bl Dr. l. armed bwl .rU to bv asstare ... bossy Irems. 1M4 aa BMA FU.e see U ........ Ike sMnrw4m bf Srptea..
dude aurb fend* and u glides
D..sM..... .. B. B.>...... ask ....**. A. BL "'.. ...... Ward Fred. W1g...... J.. T.Jeojea. I these food tor sty propel sewysrpa. Mr Tbe ee-d aa leameasirillsej' al the isle Ur. lure 4. U Blsl.. fw aJb press eenlelbaHtl

and Catartea.... B>ww to pee.eeed ** te erganleaUev (Drea.eral seen Fbo.*l nktpeJ .. ... .. ... bMM sad s rr...MM ........,. I lD..iirat Staff n.tetU











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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965'

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Say That And 1 Farm Suwannee County, Florida


Front

1915-1910-1955 -

Transportation Week AccommodationDiehard

Transportation Is one of the top businesses of segregationist areas of the Deep Southare ByDoyle 1

our nation. It Involves not only Jets, private planes giving way before the law. and most of them E.

railroads, buses, trucks cars and other methods of are accommodating the changes gracefully, in spite CODDerCUtbacb Taken From The Flies O)

travel, but it involves millions of persons servicingthe of early and outspoken defiance. in some Federal ser THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
industry- Even in the smaller cities of the nation Improvements In the lot of the Negro have
vices, especially In the U. S. De-
such as Eustis we have the dealers service been inevitable and surely needed. The majorityof partment of Agriculture, may be

stations, repair! units garages, paint shops parts the citizens of the South have long recognizedthis In keeping with the current drive 1915A proposal of the U. 8. Departmentof wants Club heard a very InspirIng -

houses. and on and on. It might be Interesting to truth, but in some areas the voice of the latent for economy In government, but Agriculture to install a free tobacco talk given by Chaplain Jack

compile the proportion of our economy that is af majority has been a long time emerging over the they could prove to be costly in number of young at people Suwannee en- grading service at the Live Burris of the Veteran Hospital at

fected by transportation. It could easily prove to topIndustry. raucous segregationists, the end. Springs Joyed a Saturday.picnic They went out Oak market. Lake City. Burrs addressed the

We can be grateful that Florida has never An example Is the possibility of automobiles. Those making 'up club at their regular weekly dinner

We therefore think it is fitting to pause to pay succumbed to the essentially false blandishmentsof the screwworm eradication program in the party were Miss Ethel Wilder, With approximately 90 days left meeting on Wednesday.
before the second annual Fat Hog
Southwest being
tribute to National Transportation Week May 18-22. politicians who bawd their campaigns on con In the chaperone; Grace Hlldreth Gene
phased out In a few months for Show County Agent 8. C. Klerce, Bills Introduced by Sen. J. Ora.
Nothing has done more to build the United lining segregation. Because of the wisdom of Florida Halle Rachel Bardin Mozelle ham Black authorizing
lack of financing. is urging Suwannee County's hog Suwannw
States from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from voters, we have not had anything like the racial Until recently, Texas and some Wilder Henrlette Groover. Sallie raisers to begin work of selecting County to construct an agricul

the Gulf to Canada than has transportation. troubles
Pint came the sailing ships; then the ox and Even In McComb and Jackson, Miss. two cities Southwest have been contributing Byrd. George Dexter John,Hildreth the show. distribution of county racing

bone drawn vehicles; and, in time railroads, automobiles where integration seemed to be most remote, pub- to the support of screwworm era- Westmoreland, and funds were approved by the legis

and airplanes. lic accommodation laws are now being observed. dication In that region. Now except The charter amendment bill for Over 125 persons attended the lature last Tuesday.

Steel rails first tied the nation together from Negroes are served in restaurants and given roomsin for an occasional outbreak, the City of Live Oak which was banquet Monday night at the

ocean to ocean and made possible the settlement of hotels and motels along with whites. the millions of sterile flies being passed by the legislature has been Masonic Temple given by the County Judge J. M. Hearn received .
I
all sections of the United States before the automo- Much of the credit for the graceful transitionin produced on the big plant at Mission signed by the Governor This reduces P-TA as the city's principal observance word this past week end

bile and airplane arrived to speed up the process. progress here is due to our colored citizens and Texas., are being dropped on the members of the councilto of "WPA Week". that he has been appointed to the
the Mexican side of the border Probate and Guardianship
Roger Oerllng and George Kronberg chairmanand leaders. They have been patient and temperate five. The two aldermen-at- Committee
This operation ls designed to create I Figures most recently compiledat of the Florida Bar. The
co-chairman respectively of National Trans- We must add too that our white majority has been large Messrs Burnett and Payneare
a "barrier" to migrations of the Lake City office of the distlrct appointment was made by Donald
portation Week provide some Interesting information temperate and sensible. the of border excluded. Ben M. K. Carroll of
pest north the Into President census supervisor, Jacksonville presi
appointed by
: We cannot help wondering what we will think U S. territory. Committees Public Utilities Caldwell put the 1940 Live Oak dent of the Florida Bar In a let
"In 1(03 Thomas Jefferson is laid to have stated about this era In. say, twenty years. The southwestern states and I Parramore are census unofficially at 3.445. The ter to Judge Hearn.
O. H Davis and 8. J, White;
that it would take a thousand years for the Press-Gazette Milton their livestock producers feel that Streets E. J. Blume and O. H. figure Caldwell said Is subject to

United States, west of the Mississippi River to be they've done their part In anteing Davis: Sanitary S. J White and correction.The' Favorable weather condition

fully settled." Just 100 years later he was proven Tax Lesson up a share of the finances to accomplish J. A. Peeler: Fire Department J. and extreme low water In the Su

wrong. Today only 183 years later, his statement Any student of Roman eradication on their side A. Peeler and E. J. Blume. Rev. A. L. Bixier, chairmanof wannee River have combined to
seem ridiculous. And It was transportation that the dire history is well aware of of the border. Now, they contend the Red Cross drive In Suwannee help the Walner Construction

proved Jefferson wrong.Today' significance attached to the Ides of March. it's an International project and Cards are out announcing the County to raise $400 toward Company of Valdosta Ga., main'
For today's citizens, the time of travail arri"es should be financed completely by the war relief fund of $10.000.000 tam n a steady schedule of progress
of Miss Pauline daughter
fast transportation has made Chicago marriage
a month later and It's an annual agony Instead of a I the Federal government, perhaps Absalom said yesterday that committees on the new bridge across the Su
of Mr. and Mrs Jor-
nearer to Mexico City than It was to Milwaukee 100
one-time tragedy. jointly with the Mexican govern dan to Mr. Cyrus Wells DeLongat would be organized to raise the wannee River, at Dowling Park
of
Transportation affects aspect
years ago. every
Once ment.
more this yearly "rendering unto Caesar' quota.
Advent Churchin
lives the food eat the clothes wear the Christian .
our we we has .
come and Many tobacco farmers
gone, leaving the current Instance Gainesville June 3 at three of Su
even our ideas about world politics. It affects more than the Appearing recently before the wannee County are
usual amount of fiscal scars becsuw! o'clock. They will reside In Lake 1955The receiving
the way we make our livings and the candidates for the tax reduction wasn't quite as advertised. House subcommittee on agricultural land after June 15. long dry spell came to at their official notices of tobacco
whom we vote.Transportation. appropriations representatives acreage measurements from the
Maybe the
fact that most of us had to pony up least a partial end this week inmost
has helped our nation rise to a from Florida and the Gulf Agriculture Stabilization and Con
more for Uncle Sam this time than we'd expected The Florida Telephone Company of Suwannee County. On
position of world power, while other nations have could turn out to be states East of the Mississippi has recently enlarged and serration office here In Uv Oak
a blessing disguise, however Saturday much of the Southern .
declined because their transportation was poor. joined with representatives from remodeled the Live Oak offices In
If that should occasion a realistic demand for and Western parts of the county
Transportation has often been the deciding factorIn the Southwest to present testimony the Dowllng Building Under the Sunny Days
more economy in received a good soaking
government, then it will have been on their respective Interests .
the winning of wars. worth the price. management of Mr. Kirk the business El Paso, Texas and Fresno>>
In the future of the
The life of our nation depends on a progressive It has, or should have screw- of this company has grown Mosquito control measures In California, tie for second place in
made us painfully aware worm program. Written state
*
The line have been
and prosperous transportation system operating under of what It costs to Immensely Live Oak hit a snag this week the number of sunny days per
the ments furnished
run government and to face were to the similar extended and reach Into
laws and regulations based on today's needs and to now when It was discovered the equipment year (80 per cent) -; Phoenix
the committee of
up reality that we, after all, haven't been the Senate.As several counties.
for the work was not of the Arizona. Is ranked first by the
conditions, not those of SO years ago. getting something for we In the Southeast see it,
nothing those lavish federal
right type.Members. Weather Bureau in percentage of
-Lake News Eustis
Region handouts being made for almost every concelveable we already have lost a vital pro- Dr C. J, Williams has arrived daytime hours in sunshine purpose. tective service in the phasing outlast from Atlanta, where he 1s a mem-
of the .
Live Oak Kl- per cent)
Chances year of the livestock Inspection ber of the faculty of the Southern
are it won't work out that way but If
Excite Tax
Repeal It doesn't we'll have no to stations along the Mississippi Dental College, and will be In the
one blame but
Telephone subscribers are being unduly taxed ourselves River from Memphis to the Oulf. office with Dr. A. 8. York.

for services that have become a necessity Insteadof -Cocoa Tribune We are wide open once more to .
.
possible reinfestatton from the
a luxury 1910epeasard
Education Southwest ,Which waa the source
The federal Excise Tax is still being levied on And Character 1.0. Holland who led
of our ortstntl acrcwworm intNUUon James B. Daniels
this one utility. Actually the tax la levied against Millions of American, boya and Ilr1., young tn the ID*. UM ticket In Buwannc County
the user and not the companies. They only collectthe 'men and women, are about to end a year 'of their If It should develop that sterile and the state for the Democratic

tax for the government. It should be repealed. education In the schools, colleges and universitiesof : screwworm production In Texas .is nomination for governor In the

Repeal of the tax on this necessity which Is the nation. to be abandoned Florida and the first primary, thanked a large Funeral HomesLIVE

vital to the health, welfare and business needs of Some of these students have been seriously Impressed Southeast would be in a bad spot' Friday" afternoon crowd of Live

this nation would eliminate discrimination as it with the troubles that beset the world. Others to find a quick way to combat a Oak and Suwannee County voters

bears heavily on lower Income groups. The tax Is have reached the conclusion that there are more new acrewworm outbreak In our for their. support In the first primary OAK and BRANFORD

a heavy burden on business which Is vital to the important things In their lives than the pursuit of area.

economy of our country. That tax load is passed on educalon.Our Southeastern To fight screwwonns livestock cost BBogt KG eMtE. Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen
to customer young people will do well to make their owners
Girls from 20 Suwannee
some half-billion dollars from the County equipped ambulances call
to on twenty-
Repeal would directly benefit telephone users plans continue the development of their personalities 4-H Clubs together with their
time
they appeared here until
In lowering their rates, which In the State of Flori- by seeking to acquire more knowledge After Florida program wiped them our out leaders, hold their annual achieve. four hours each day in both Live Oak

da is aft average of about $20 per subscriber per all character-bufding Is largely the work of youth. In 1958-59. Prior to their eradication ment program at the Masonic and Branford.

year in excise tax. The national economy would By the time the average man or woman reaches In the Southwest Texas livestock Temple Saturday.

benefit ',greatly.. maturity, prlncples have been accepted which later sources estimated total costs
influence the activities of life. running Tobacco growers who sold their
Columbia were the neighborhood
Countlans paid around $100,000 in
CAUL DAY OR NICHT
.
We trust that students, of $100 million annually for leaf on the Live Oak market last -
telephone excise taxes last year, The total for now wondering whether producers
to continue their In the leverallOuthwt.l.tm year will hear the last of a seriesof
March was $8,000. That money could well be used scholastic work will not lose Interest -
six forum
discussions
locally to aid the area's economy. In their studies under the false Impressionthat states.A on the 362. 3333 935. 4100
few million dollars
yearly to
Some might think that should this tax be repealed they are not Important. Proper preparation for
ties and
life Itself operate a fly plant and maintaina asparagus Into heavy
Is the most serious business that can confront LIVE OAK BRANFORDJ.
the
telephone companies would immediately
U -Mexican barrier line would volume with a rush.
increase the rates for telephone service. That youth. seem to be cheap Insurance to The labor needed to get the B. DANIELS JR., LF.D.

can only be done with the sanction of the Public -Cocoa Tribune prevent the acrewworm from getting harvest in just wasnt there
.
Utilities Commission and that lent likely to hap- another foothold on U. 8. soil

pen. They stand to be lowered If anything. Reapportionment -

Many Individuals and groups have gone on It may be that Congress will yet do something Another Federal economy proposal -

record. being opposed to this tax and have emphasized about reapportionment of state legislatures The this one Involving the

to Congress that telephone service Is the Supreme; Court's ruling that states with two Treasury Department and Its Bureau -

only household necessity so taxed. houses, such as Florida's Senate and House of of Customs, contains the possibility
of another serious threatto
There are other annoying excise taxes, but Representative, would be required to have delegates Florida agriculture.It LIFEGUARD

Congress would do well to abolish this one which to both elected on a basis of population snow Is proponed that only a spot

affects everybody. % the official law of the land of course check of the baggage of foreign ATA

Local civiC organizations are submitting resolutions Senator Dirksen has proposed a constitutional arrivals in Florida be substituted ,

to lawmakers calling for abolishment of the change to halt the court mandate. HU proposed for the present 100 per cent ex .y '

tax. We should al join In asking our representatives amendment would permit the states to apportionon amination. That means that foreign GIRLS CAMP,?

In Congress to seek Its development.Lake house on a basis other than population. There fruit containing larvae of

City Reporter Is considerable the Mediterranean or Mexican
congressional support for the plan.It .
certainly makes sense. fruit fly might escape attentionand
destruction at port of entry
If our national government can operate this 6
TornadoesRecent The Florida Citrus Commission
way, and It does, why cannot the states? We points out this would Increase the

tragic storms In the Midwest resultIng have had this plan In operation In Florida, and danger of fruit flies getting into

in over two hundred forty-eight deaths remind we think It Is much fairer than can ever come out Florida again from abroad and ,

111 again of the awesome destructive powerof of the one-man one-vote deal for both housea. has asked members of our congressional -

tornadoes. Milton Gasette delegation to work for

While this year was an unusually tragic one maintaining current Inspection

it is the third or fourth time In some sixty years procedures.On .

that such a series of tornadoes has swept throughthe

Midwest or a nearby area causing sever The Suwannee DemocratOF the recommendation of his

damage and the loss of life. Thus every ten or '-man special panel on farm labor,' SAVE TIME save travel save tempers pay
In California Secretary of Labor your
LIVE OAK FLORIDA
fifteen perhaps
years, or more often than that

such devastation can be expected.One "'n In* heart of In* SIHMMM Riser Feat.y' Willard admission Wlrta there recently of I.SOO approved Mexican bills by check No driving, parking, walking or waitingin

lesson which must be better learned is that "braceroe" to work on critical

' warnings should be taken seriously Only In 'recent EiUbliahed BANNER: Consolidated LEADER harvests He also OJC.M reassignment line to pay bills. A special checking account to fit your
lilt August 3. U97 Established 1U8
years has the weather bureau been able to Mhh4 for the same purpose of 1.-
Every Tbmrriay atiTIm< Conner Street
issue tornado warning But because tornadoes earth 000 Japanese and Filipino work- needs awaits you at the Commercial Bank.COMMERCIAL.
u .... Editor oTKDTSnw
.ften do not occur thereafter and because the en already In the ttaU.
CUr S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor
But the action came too late
weather bureau is not always able to accurately
forecast the weather Walter Lee Olin..... Advertising Manager to save big acreages of asparagusand
casualness has
some been
George T. (Pete) Wright_ ... Shop Foreman strawberries. Growers had r
customary on the part of many, in the face of
such warnings. Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida asked for a.700 supplemental I

SUB PTION"SUwaJUIft County 14.00 workers.
The weather bureau predicted tornadoes in RATES to The Packer
Outside 8UwanDft County $5.00 According several
the recent April tragedy If some had been more ALL 8UB8CRIPTION3" -Payable In"Advance thousand of the 80.000 acre

observant of these warnings results would not planted to asparagus have been

have been so grim. Of course, for the elderly abandoned Butt of the balance BANK
MEMBER. : : OP
trapped in a house squarely In the path, especially has been going to camera and _

at night, there Is a limit to what ran be done. Florida ...... Association freezes OF LIVE OAK
i Just as With had been warned
On the other hand if there has been a warning -
8t1W ANNa COOHTYChaanbcr when he visited California this .
most people could be near protected cellars. M .. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
spring two weeks' of warm weather -
of Coaamere -
That would save many lives.
following a lone apeD of cool
Late Wales Newt
rainy weather brought stravter-'



THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE THREEs


: I der rack. Drums are good for j

HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS I I making grills too These can be WEEKLY LIVESTOCK RETORT
cut In half length-wise to make a or THE

By j grill.When cooking out. the fire Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketTrading
should be started about one hour
MISS IDA JO HARRISON before you are actaully ready to was moderately active Utility feeder-stocker steers
Home Demonstration Agent a} i cook. Pecan limbs other fruit or and demand fair to moderatelygood were at $14,35-$18.00 and Inferiorat

FlRfcTLY For safety measure for the nut trees, snd hardwood Improvethe with quality somewhat low 110.75-112.15.
If you see kids, and adults, too family I'd like to pass along a flavor and are good to use In er than recent sales at the Su : Standard heifers went for $15.-
running around near dusk with few simple suggestions for the I out-door cookery. The coals should wannee Valley Livestock Market I 75-11850. utility for UOO-$15.--
Insect nets you know they're after use of sprays and dusts: I be gray In color probably most last Wednesday 25 and Inferior at $12.73-$13,60.
the flreflys better known as 1. ALWAYS read the label before I of us get excited when cooking out There were 95 cattle and calves Utility and standard cows $12.-
lightning bugs The Suwtnnee dusts. Note and place food on rack then fire sold as compared to 1ST' a week 00-$13.75, Inferior $1100-111.25.
using sprays or
l is still too hot. All classes too Inferior cow-calf at
County 4-H'ers are quite enthusiastic warnings and cautions each time ago slaughter were pain were
over catching the flreflys What to cook Remember all few to accurately test trends Replacement $14.00-tU..35.Standard .
before opening the container. foods taste better, that 1s to most
which will be used in research by classes were steady to and low-good calves
Goddard Space Center, part of 2. Keep sprays and dusts out 1x people when cooked out-of-doors strong on a limited supply III.OO-I'UO. utility 14001700.
NASA. of the reach of children pets and Thus the menu can be quite carted Two-thirds supply cleared to Hogs totaled 342 as comparedwith
Irresponsible people. They should 1q\ and tasty) Just remember to I
Several County Camp Scholarships G Y f ('r..tocter accounts while 444 for last week. Mixed
are being offered to 4H'eriwho be stored outside of the home use the same four food groups one-third of the total were calves. grades 180-310 barrows and gilts
catch the most flreflya. Miss away from food and feed and which are necessary for good nutrition Standard slaughter steers were I $3071. 310-340 Ibs $30.73 and
c Jean Meadows tells me that 4- under lock and key. when planning cook-out virtually absent with standard 340-370 were absent/
t Hers Buster Ward Lynn: Prevatt 3. ALWAYS store sprays and meals Include a meat vegetable heifers at $1850-11900. utilitytlSOOtlTOO I Hogs In the 180-180 Ibs. range
and Sonny Jones are really work dusts In original containers and salad, and bread. If you have a and one cutter at went for $1901, 140-160 Ibs
keep them tightly closed. NEVER dessert keep It simple actuallyyou I
-
tnt for one of those scholarships. 11335. $1841 130-140 Ibs $1895. 100-
If you are a 4-H'er and want togo keep them In anything but the ran prepare all of these on Cutter and low utility cows were I 120 Ibs. III D5. and 80-100 lbs
to County Camp, this could be original container. the grill at the same time at $1180-11400 area while over were at $1880
your chance and at the same time 4. NEVER smoke while sprayIng I'd like to paw along Miss filled cutters went for $10.50 and I Most sows 180-400 Ibs. $1835-
you are being of service to valu or dusting. Meadows' suggestion for roasted canners at 11035-11135 A few I $17.75, 400.500lbs\ / were at $1585.
able research. For more Information 5. Avoid Inhaling sprays or corn on the cob. Use about two utility bulls were at $1650. Boari were priced at $1100.
call or see Miss Jean Mead dusts. When directed on the label teaspoons of dried onion soup to High-utility and standard calves Medium and good feeder pigs
ows or Fred DeVane wear protective clothing and q about one stick of soft margarineor went off at $1525-$1900. and under 75 lbs. went for $1400-
masks. butter. (You may make less or high-utility and standard craters $1975. 75-110 Ibs $1875-$1875 A
TIlE USE OF INSECTICIDESThe 6. Do not spill sprays or dusts decrease or Increase onion soup were at $1800-11875 A few culls few lots of good 110-140 Ib feeder
grower who Is also a con on the skin or clothing. If they according to taste) Mix well and were at $'135. pigs brought $1800
are spilled, remove contaminated rub (\cleaned corn-on-oob. Wrap
!
cumer has a Urge source of agricultural
chemicals to control Insect clothing IMMEDIATELY: and In foil and It'. already to place
wash thoroughly. coals. It takes about 30 mln-
and pests. By using these the 7. Wash hands and face and over utes for corn-on-cob to cook tender New Home For Sale
quality and quantity of produce
change to clean clothing after Turn occasionally for all sides
Is Increased. However, like most
spraying or dusting. Also wash CAMS IIKD BROUGHT ROM AIGINTINA-Seleeted by the to cook
all tools care must be used In clothing each day before reuse. United States Bureau of Sports Fisheries and Wlldllfs for You might like to try baking TWO BATHS-CENTRAL HEAT
handling sprays and dusts. (. Cover food and water containers resettlement In the U. 3, a tall-less Ttnamou from Argentina apples for a simple dessert Wash
when treating around Is held In Buenos Aires by Dr. Gardiner Bump. He is a core for a tasty filling, mix Air-Conditioning Can Be Added t
livestock or pet areas. Do not contaminate biologist and In charge of the project to Introduce a new brown sugar cinnamon and a little -
USE fish ponds. game bird Into short grsss areas of nudwMtsrn and southwestern margarine or butter and placeIn CONVENTIONAL FINANCINGBrick -
0. Use separate equipment for United States cored apple. Wrap In foil and
FUCO applying hormone-type herbicidesIn place on grill to cook Block Construction
order to avoid accidental injury during or shortly after spraying or ily Interested and participating For adltlonal suggestions or Information -
to susceptible plants. dusting, call a physician or get In an activity: plus it Is a good on cook-outs you may Located In Murphy ManorU.
Brand
10. ALWAYS dispose of empty the patient to a hospital Immedi time to be out-doors. call or come by our office.
containers so that they pose no ately. drills need not be expensive S. 129, SOUTH
InsecticideFOR haunt to humans, animals or I'm sure you can find something CONTACT
Milk IH Nrmlr.1If )
valuable plants. TIME!: FOR COOKOUTSWhat around the house suitable to use ,
11 Observe label directions and better could be planned for a grill, Bricks or blocks can you are trying to lose weight, A. R. MURPHY
cautions to keep residues on edible for family or club recreation, gettogethers be used to hold up a rack which don't make the mistake of leaving
BEST RESULTS portions of plants within the or family outings than could be chicken wire hardware milk out of your diet. It will give Phone 362-1037
limits permitted by Isw. I I a summer cook-out. This la a cloth etc. Of course, the fire U you valuable nutrients for a very
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PAGE_ FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1965 ,


. Old Ice Plant To Be Torn Down Funeral ServicesFor I Presented Patrol .Award. Cpl. Larry Calkingt! -'

Safe And SoundTo

correct the rumor that Cpl '
Mrs. Lee 10 -1" Larry R. Oasklns has been killed

in action the announcement is
being made that Cpl. Oaskins
In Ft. MeadeFuneral both safe and sound. A

Cpl. Oasklns is the son of Mrs
services for Harriette Orma Oasklns and the husband

Morgan Lee '17, were held May of Miss Sharon Bird, all of Ln.
16 in the Moody Chapel at Ft.I Oak
v
Mead. Mrs. Lee was burled In theFt

I Mead Cemetery with the
James B. Daniels Funeral Home
i of Live Oak In charge of local arrangements Parents of all Children Entering -


I Mrs. Lee.was born in 1888 and First Grade In Nettie

I 7T :i TI I was a lifetime resident of Florida. f.D f. Baisden School Next Term;
She was a member of the Ft.
Please pick up a health
Mead Methodist! Church. record
Florida Power and Light Company recently purchased the old Ice plant near Suwannee Packing daughters, at the Health Department and
Surviving are two take it with your child to
I Company from City Product ins and the building will be torn down and the area cleared. Clara E. Wells of Atlanta da. own doctor for your child's phys you>.

Wade Keen will have the building evacuated for Its talvue value, with Harry McKelthen In and Margaret Ward of O'Brien, cal check-up. Bring the record

charge of dismantling and removing the brick itrncture. (Democrat Staff Photo;) two eons Ben A. Lee Freeport. with your doctor's signature and
---- HI. and Malcolm Lee of Ft. Mead; your child's birth certificate or
other legal proof of birth.
one brother, James McClain of Joe Phillips, son of Mayor and Mrs. Marvin Phillips of Lire
. Soil Conservation District NotesNow Play At Wellhorn Bowling Green; and 14 grandchildren. Oak, being awarded the outstanding school boy patrol award by Dates for Registration June
7 to June 11.
School Saturday awarded the citation during
Judge Reeee Brown. Phillips was
la the time to fertilize duce almost twice poundsof
your as many Mrs. Lee died May 14 in the
The seventh and Brownare Time 8:30 Ail. to 2:01:
eighth grades the Klwanls meeting last week. Along with Joe and Jude PM
fish pond, according to John fish per surface acre as an unfertilized Suwannee County Hospital after
Hampton, Soil Conservation Ser one. of the Wellborn School will present a lingering Illness. Joe and :Mayor and Mr* Phillip (Democrat Staff Photo)
the play "Bill Of Fare" Sat.
vice technician.One In the past five years the Su -
urday, May 22, at the Wellborn
of the simplest ways of tell wannee River Soil Conservation
school auditorium.
ing just when your pond needs an District has stocked over 150 farm For Sale Red
Admission for the play is 25 Estate
application of fertilizer is to fast. ponds varying in size from one
cents for children and BO cents for
en a shiny metal object, such as fourth to fifteen acres. N UT1
adults. Money from the will
the lid from a large tin can, about The latest research indicates play
be used for the annual
eighteen Inches under the surfaceof that the best fertilizer to use 11 banquet 80 acres corn base app. 1 am

the water. The pond needs to 88.2 with an inorganic bas.I held at the school.. tobacco allotment 5V, mile]
be fertilized when this can be' Usually it will take about 800 to from Live Oak. 75 acres or non
clearly seen: if the water appears 1.000 pounds of fertilizer per surface Florida Counties Gl FOR SALE FOR RENT I cleared. All fenced and crow.

'cloudy' and the metallic object is acre per year applying it 1 In Race Tax Check. I fenced. Grade road. 20 a. permanent ,
Indistinct, then the fertility is successive applications 100 pounds I LITTLE ADS FOR SALE Used Tires and FOR RENT Spaces for mobile pasture 10000.
Tallahassee
probably adequate.A at a time. Applications should begin State Comptroller Tubes. Bargains for cars, homes. Plenty of room. Nice
well fertilized pond will pro early in the year about April Ray E. Green said today check BIG RESULTS trucks tractors. All sizes aval and clean. Good well water. 20 acres 3 mi. from town. 13.004
for 632,000 were mailed to each of able. Some like new. Hundred Lake for fishing and swimming.,
the 67 counties as their share of BUT-SELL -EXCHANGE to pick from. Barber's Service Morgan's Trailer Park US 80 240 acres planted pines Soil bank
the May race track tax fund dis! 9353535. Also West Live Oat Florida. Phone contract. 1 ml.
A Thought For Today tribution. Whatever the purpose goo will Station, O'Brien paved road
The Comptroller reported each find Democrat classifieds do available through your neighborhood 3622016. pcfdj 18.19 frontage |150 per acre

By BRODY C. HARRIS county has received a total of the job. quickly and well. service Tire Service station, wholesale froBarber's FOR RENT 3-bedroom houseon Branch OfficeSUWANNEE e :

1244.000 thus far this fiscal! year. S. Suwannee Ave. Call PaulA.
DESPAIR DOUBLES OUR STRENGTH . division.! cadj tf RIVER
This! is a 632,000 increase over Byrd 362-1389 or 363-138
It is not true of all people of course but a surprising number the DEADLINE FOR INSERTION tf REALTY
same period during the and cajj I
previ. FOR SALE New useplanets.
2r- f undoubtedly possess deep within them the ability 5:06 P.M. Tuesdays 407 Dowilng St.
r.... to come back from the dim, bleak edge of despair ous fiscal year. Frier Music Co. Nort the week for I
.; with uncommon strength and determination. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Ohio Ave., Live Oak, 362-218. FOR RENT By Farm Bureau Bldg.
family parties a completelY Phone 362-1526
.
The pages of history are liberally sprinkled Flavor Seed caJJ tt
Ifr: 3 J.i cents per word, with a furnished cottage at Suwannee WINSTON J. ROGERS Realtor
with accounts of Individuals, groups, even nations
Slkklm is the world's largest FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer Reservations may be Specializing In Farm & Acreage
W'I!., that have fought their way back from near oblivion: minimum of '1.00. Springs.
drawing somewhere from a wellspring of courage producer of cardamom, an hertiot (All classifieds must be paid In chain saws, parts and service made in advance. Call 362-283. A.1.q an" inane

\ and resolution that magically was there when th ginger family, the National advance.) Logging supplies, hooks, clamp. cajj tr
needed most Geographic says. In forests car. bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor furnished FOR SALE 80 acres near Bu
There are but few despairing situations which damom grows 12 feet tall. The ONE WEEK FREE most small gasoline engine. FOR RENT 6-room wannee River mostly cleared
cannot with strength and courage be coped with seeds are used to flavor curry Classifieds ordered for five Tyre's Saw & Engine Service, house on Darrow St. Ideal for and fenced 1/3 mile road frontage

Ii fI and. In time, be resolved with some appreciable powders, breads, cakes, and weeks, run the last week, free. formerly Electric Service Co, couple. Phone 3621356. 814.000 or,40 acres 16.000
.,
.." degree of success. Fortunately, most of us will ccjj tf
find that strength when needed. cookies. '1.00 will pay for a 28 word 905 5th St. Your small engine Marcus Vaught. Rt. a. Box J3i-

advertisement for five weeks headquarters. cadj tI FOR RENT Furnished guesthouse A. Live Oak. Fla. Day phone ,
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor eau u Vie Suwannee Democrat Classlflnds Mrs. Irby H. 362-3355. pbab loll
Contact
Suwannee County Residents for Proven Result. FOR SALE All sizes of tar. t
s Black 362-2250 after 6pm.call.
t\ paulllns, guaranteed not to leak.
BRODY C. HARRIS 1'. 0 MISCELLANEOUS Ottls Brown Motors. cdjj tf it ,' FOR SALE: /
Brick
and nice veneer home, located Sherwood
HOUSE FOR SALE
FOR SALE One B ft. refrlgerttor.
"
New and unused $150 places to rent. Call 362-2935 or Forest 3 bedrooms. 1 and
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOMELicensed 9632743. cajj tf Hi baths, electric heat, age >
FARMERS Phone 382-3210. cejj 0-2 years small down 11

Funeral Director MONEY lions at reasonable for your farm cost. opera Terms FOR BALE 3-year old mare TO RENT Fully equipped pri price 815.000. F H. A.payment finance

625 S. Ohio Avenue to fit your needs loans up to\ with saddle 1200. Trained rate bachelor quarters and cabins available to qualified buyer.
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 7 ,ear.. Call North Florid Pro. gentle. fast, Is a pet. Ouaran also available soon. Apartments -
Auction Credit Awn. 8. Ohio teed I aatUtMlton. Joe Ilamll. for other> located close A home,,/or sal* in Sherwood Forest
Ave.? Live Oak. Tel. 362-2588. Lazy 8 Ranch. Mayo. Fla. by See Mrs. Brown. 303 Win : S bedrooms 2 baths bring
PHONE 362. 1234 f t.' the Nehl Co.
een Bottling carport utility all
\ ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE Ford Supra-Dext and the Gulf Gas station. Budget good, large lot.room good term on s
Machine, machine Ie.., and cold diesel tractor, I months old like arrangement pbff 1.2
!
"This is
the latest look,
wave permanents given. Operators new condition. 12100. Term
PAUL A.
Madam, and that's about BYRD Realtor
Annie II. Mills, Myr can be arranged. Call or see
the 406 B. Ohio
size of It. Are
tie Mills, and Mary Drew John V. Phllpot. M D. Lake Live

3 DAYS ONLY 1 and throughout the year as Boatrlght. Manicurist Rub City. cdjj( 53- For Sale-Real Estate Oat Florida cu
needed until late tall Sanford at Annie's each Thurs I

If you have a pond management day, Friday, and Saturday. FOR SALE FOR SALE By owner, 2 lots FOR SALE 150
acre farm. mU
problem contact one of the Su caal tf Salvage and New Building cleared in Sherwood Forest. of Suwannee
River new 3 bed
wannee River Soil Conservation! Materials 160' x 135', Priced to sell. Phone room. 3 bathroom farm fauntobacco
district Supervisors J. Dan Ross, Plywood Paneling 363-1044 or write P. O. Box 157 allotment. W. M. Sulli ,

T. J. Fletcher 8r.. J. W. Gaston, L ANY TYPE Intelor Doors Live Oak. pdjj 49- fan Rt. 4, Live Oak Ha.
a
B Roberson and Elmer Owens or Exterior Doors
Pdjj M
one of the local 8CS Technician uMEMORIAL Aluminum Windows

John Hampton or Russell Parsons WORK Sinks. Lavatories TRAILER OWNERS
:. Galvanized and Plastic Pipe LOTS FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LOANS
DONE Floor Tile GOOD TERMS. Priced 1593 AVAILABLE:

DO YOU HAVE AN Upholstery Material. Etc. OUTSIDE CITY (but close In) For Information can or see-

Alcohol Problem? Granite, Marble Bronx I II. W. MORRtLL PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor PAUL A. BYRD
Phono 302-3333 roar Mile "'eat., Lake City 406 8. Ohio Ave 401 8. Ohio Ave

We now have in Live Oakan LIVE OAKMONUMENT On Plnemoent Read Live Oak Florida Live Oak. Florida'

AA Group ready to phi it. Phone 363-1319 Phone 363-1JM
CO. tit 'If
help you FOR SALE t heifers. 4 steers
Homer ..sanlordRe.....
WRITEP. grain fed from 6 to 11 month FOR SALE House indict

O. Box 591 PHOTO COLORING IN OIL Old. All 6pm.for $650. Call 363-117 4 110':11: 160' on 8. Walker Art

LIVE OAK Charles A. Taylor, Rt. 4, Bol pall I J. O. Cannon at Cannon *

OR CONTACT YOUR 186. Live Oak Fla. Phone 362 FOR BALE: ARC registered COMPLETE ROOMS Wolfe Lumber Co. Phone }.2.

Physician or Minister 2293. pall 10-3 German Shepherd puppies. only- TRANSFERRED TO MIDWEST 1117. call U
I male left 150: 3 females, $40 Please help me save my credit on
ANNOUNCING The opening oDice's each. Also. Urn gentle palo houseful of beautiful furniture

ATMcCRORY'S Child Care Center May mino mar, spirited. 1200; Dun consisting: of 7 pc living room HORNE REALTY CORP.
24th. Child care by the hour, mare 1150: both bred to AQUAmlatrl'fd group sofa in nylon fabric A
day or week 24 hour service, BRANCH OFFICE
Quarter horse. Also I matching club chair 2 step tables
seven days a week Reasonable pony and 1 colt 1125 ach. Pony with matching cocktail table 2 It* W. Howard ....
rates. Mothers If you are work. bred. Call 363-2132 after 4::30 tall lamps, master bedroom suite
Ing. shopping, or just going to a pm. path I consisting triple dresser with GEORGE B. DEES
party call Dixie
at 362-2704 or
tilting mirror large -Iat.l
chest
wee at 1S02 8th St., 8. W. Live on chest

206 S. Ohio Ave. Oak- Pgdd 1-5 HELP WANTED PC.mammoth dinette site set with bookcake eat leaf bed table 7 Phooe 362.16SS

6 foam padded chairs full also 20 ACRES: WOODLAND
A ,1 WANTED WANTED Short order cook at range A family use refrigerator About 1/4 Mile Off Graded Road
A A W Drift In. Experience, with cross top freezer completeset

WANTED Electrical: work. Re. helpful but not nsv.ary.' Apply of dishes linens A pots A pans 3 BEDROOM HOME
1 5x7 59C pair or new wiring. Refrtgera. In person. eajj tf optional. Good location 100 1 13.' lot

tor repairs. Air conditioners WANTED Lady to work soda ZENITH CONSOLE TV utility room. and carport 1103048UOO
Parts and supplies. Call 363. Orig con Mil
fountain 10. I have paid down
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eajj 50-1 un 10. Will take
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Thursday, Friday & Saturday Smo&rjr Says CURB HBLP! WANTED NOW. $87 U Acres 80 In ACRES Cultivation:

Age II to 40. Apply In personA Five MUea To Town
W Drive In., eaii tf fW my equity No money down Good Waterhole
11fly just take ever paymenta |3 wk.
1 P Nice Building ale
MAY 20-22 1 WANTED Wai....... Apply at NATIONAL If** I/I Dowm
$ 4 5.1. OrOL eat U Furniture WarekouM

s' Ss WAITRESSES WANTED Must 3433 Beach Blvd. FL a-JMj 160 ACRES

be over 21. Apply tn person between Opena.. SaL e-.. sun 12Jackeonvilt. -. NVe Brick Home
the boon of t-13 ajn at .. Fla. Three Bedroom Moder Bath

HOURS: 9:00: A.M. to 6 P.M. Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake DELIVERYASSURED Tobacco Good Aflotaaenl toeattoa. Cora Base
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Love Story To Remember ANYWHERE Good Farm Land
$ I.OOO 25x Dna

Finished Pictures Delivered BAAS STUDIOYour LOST & FOUND e1-2

FOR SALE 3-bedRXBl b...
FOR SALE A %vO established
,, 139 REWARD tor return of brown I grocery store and located 3 mOm tram Live oat

Back To Store Wedding Photographer and white female Beagle bowed Met bring uartera equipment boot en wtth S term if land an XT. S.

LAKE CITY. FLORIDA '*i Answers to nan of Noodles', heat Contact Ura. EsteOe pen W1Ua hUhway. p eaa Over deep wefl

Phone 752-5335 Family pet Phono Mrs. Jack der. Branca, Fla.' phone 93S.J441. alsctrte poota. PAUL XBTRD
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(9f9mieltedfh = I Officen. Of The Anna J/f/iVr/ Circle Mr*. Dccrt Church Here and There

1 Circle holes
The Ann Parham Circle of the
. First Baptist Church met onTuesday. Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. returned
WOMENCLARA 4 May II. In the home of last week from Jacksonville where
Mrs. Jimmy Dres she spent two weeks with her son
Miss Bertie Mae Robinson in-law and daughter Mr and
rttr i.t chairman presided. Mrs John Mrs Chester Bedell.
S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor 1 wa Cwtleberry gave the devotionaland Mrs J. D. Martin and Mrs
led In prayer Louie C Wadsworth sprat last
The mission study "Go Home week end In Daytona Beach
Wayne Collins Fowler Christened May Ninth And Tell" was linn by Mrs, Tom John Cameron spent the weekend
LanrtenCunlm in Orlando with his son-in-
Wayne Colllna Fowler ron of
paternal great-Irandmother
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wayne Fowler of On the afternoon of the service law and daughter Mr. and Mrs
Washington D. C.. was administered a christening party In honor of E. C. Combs Jr.. .
the sacrament of Infant Wayne Collins Fowler was held at Clnh To Initall
Baptism on Sunday, May ninth. the home of his maternal grand Officers Friday Meet Cancer: Societyiield
by the Rev. Stephen T. Harvln at mother. Mrs. A WUmot Collins of
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The Live Oat Garden WorkshopThe
Club Inc
the South Jacksonville Presbyterian Jacksonville and was attended by .
Church Jacksonville pr will meet Friday May 31 at th' American Cancer Society
family members and friends.A .
Miss Betty Collins of RIchmond yellow and white! color motif Garden Center at 12'SO for the met on May 13 in the home of
Va.. sister of Mrs Fowler and was used for the baby's cake and general luncheon meeting and installation Mra Morgan Miller for the regular
John Ferry Alford. of this city, other decorations.Out I of offlcresThe meeting' and work day
I I Asalea Circle will be responsible Seven members .
cousin of Mr. Fowler are the god of ton guests Included Mr. were present.Mrs
rr for vegetables, the Camellia. Miller expressed appreciation
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey and Mrs Aubrey Fowler. Mrs. A.
Circle for salads, and the for the material donated for
Fowler of Live Oak are the paternal H Perry Mrs. John Lee Alford. The above officers of the Anna Miller Circle were Installed Saturday evening la an Installation
I Redbud Circle for cakes.
the loan
closet
grandparents and Mrs. A. Donlta Alford. John Perry Alford. ceremony hjr Judge Reere Bro.... Reading from left to right at Mrs E. B. 1\r..nln.I\In. Bill Wynn ------ -. ..--- ---
H. Perry also of this is the all of this
city city, Miss Betty Collins :Mrs. Nleb Bronen. Mrs Bill Rawls. 1\1n. OneoJ. Boa trtf ht. Mr*. David Ecgletton. 1\1n. Drew Lund !Mrs.Joe .
of Richmond. Va. and Miss Nata
Davis Mn. W. II. Laaghlnghouse and Mrs. Carl Moore (Democrat Staff fhoto)
Carolyn Fowler and Miss Corcen
; Farmerettes* Met Bonner. both of Raleigh N C. STACKED HEEL

. With )[1'8. MixonThe Former Resident Given: Shower Given For Happy Ilnmoniakrrtt

. Club Farmerette met on Home May 13 Extension with Mm. Gaylord High Garden Award! Miss Evon Wail-worth' Club Met May 12 Specially Priced

. Mrs. H. V. Mlxon. Club IIoMteti! Mrs. Edward Collier and Mrs A surprise miscellaneous shower The Happy Homemakers Club
Mrs. Jo Ann Scott presided In The Wellborn Home Demon- Worth Long attended the Satllla was given for Miss Evon Wads- met Wednesday, May 13 The
the absence of the president. stratton Club met recently In the *: Garden Club awards and Installation worth on May aeventh by Miss meeting waa conducted by Mra.
i Mrs. Rudolph Scott gave the home of Mr. Roger Oaylard. Mrs banquet In Waycrosa Oa., Carol Dahms at her home In MIami Wallace Boatrliht. president
devotional. Qoldle Oaylard gave the devotional ,! recently at which time Mrs. J W Springs Miss Wadsworth U Quite a bit of enthusiasm was
Plans were discussed for the and Mrs Lewis Berry called: Steedly, the former June Long a bride-elect of June eleventh Indicated for the possible forma $7.99Re
dress revue and the making and the roll. was awarded the Jotyne Williams The canopy over the round tion of a countywide outlet for ,
selling of articles to be made by A faintly patio table edged sale of home Industries and han
picnic was planned for I Award, which Is given to the garden was with whit '"
members for the fair booth August to be held at the Recreation club member elected to be the wedding bella On the table went dicrafts. '10.99 Value /(/ .j
Miss Ida Jo Harrison gave the Center I Most Outstanding". two crystal punch bowls one with It was announced that the club t.
demonstration on the care of Refreshments were nervd following I Besides being elected to a two lime sherbert punch and the oth would participate financially to* 1
< floors. the close of the year term as president of the er fruit punch. Mints and nuts wards providing scholarships for W1IITK or BONE 7r
1 Meetings for the summer were garden club Mrs. Steedly was elected were also on the table. youngsters planning to attend the ,
1 cancelled. A family get together Contentment is ml't'unl'l to serve a one year term as The focal point was the large 4-11 Congress In Gainesville this AAA-AA.I1 WIDTHS i ,_
will be the August program depends a little on treasurer of the Wacona Parent white sheet cake with alternating summer All .1.1r
Sizes
Mrs. Mlxon served refreshments lot on disposition. Teacher Association m WaycrossH squares holding a pair of silver Miss Ida Jo Harrison county
wedding bells and a bride and agent presented a program devoted .
room. to "Floor Care", demonstrating
Farmer Market miles Here I the various types of floor ,
coverings now available to homemakers i
Government of the people and explaining the need '
INN to be for the people represented for caution In using cleaning agNo. /
by pressure groups ( 4 Continued ... rage 11 / ..
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DEMOCRAT,. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 20, 196S
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From NOTICE OF TAX SALE '

I Report WashingtonBy

Noticil: hereby given that on the 28th day of May,

Senator George Smathera 1965, at Eleven O'clock A.M, at the Courthouse, at

Live Oak, County of Suwannee, State of Florida. tax

Peril In The Caribbean Once That Is the philosophy of a man gotlatlon. We do not want a wider M ANIMAL tale certificates will be told on the following described

again communism has attempted unafraid of his office the most war but at the same time we land to pay amount due for taxes heroin set opposite

to subvert the legitimate quest for powerful and the most demandingin have learned that if we yield to NUTRITIONISTS. the lame, together with an coats of such .lei and all

liberty and freedom in the Caribbean the world. Lyndon Johnson has aggression we Invite greater destructlon SAY THAT PHOSPHORUS advertising,

Because President Johnson demonstrated that there is no and more threats to
correctly assessed this threat the place in the Caribbean for an- peace. (REFINED PHOSPHATE) D.wrltl..1 teal 5.e.Tws.51Aar. 0-, AL A Cell.
The E: 11 A 01 IIE'4 ofNEk
crisis in the Dominican Republicwas other Cuba Now it is time for all HELPS STEERS PRODUCE : a 5 A In I'll' !: Cur
confronted quickly by the friends of democracy to build a Senior Citizens And Poverty -- BEEF THAT IS MORE Dr NE' :4 DI BE4 B.InraeoccEawaa55yt

United States. lasting peace in that troubled As Chairman of the Senate FLAVORFUL, JUICY AND N a s II E II II KeDD.d. K. T. 'UI."
I am firmly convinced that thePresident' island. Special Committee on Aging, I 1 A Lot B.w U n N Dr 8ECor
TENDER.PHOSPHORUS BII& Id a aUD 1'1' U'Ft.
response has averted have announced plans to hold rw I W 'U Ft. S zee vi.
a far greater threat to the entire Viet Nam Conflict In recent hearings in Washington very soon J/r4 E110PttoCOBaAl: ..
Lou 10 U n SdUBy
hemisphere. Like a surgeon who weeks there has been considerable to determine If the "War on Pov HwCAl..lot.7aa a

detects a hemorrhage, the Presi- debate in the Senate about the erty" and other federal programs I..,. Lot to Cobb a
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Lo" C L. L.t to M.Loran.
dent did not vacillate but acted role of the U. S. in Viet Nam A have bypassed the older American. AI,. k Lot 10.see .
decisively and Immediately. This handful of Senators have been There Is substantial evidence art In IW C..f Bill
ALSO h- H. Wellborn II I sa "oLen.. L B. Jr. 111,11
was no "gunboat intervention", so critical of our policy but the vast that the spectre of poverty beclouds AU EIIo Df BEii!: .1 SW"
feared by our Latin American allies majority of Congress has supported the lives of a sIgnificant HELPS HENS PRODUCE lrlnr 8 Df 8T. RD a5Wk .

The United States Is still the President. No better proof number of senior citizens a thirdof MORE EGGS AND HOGS DB 14 ,1 P IU BIt'4 Df IW'4 at a II It a.....,. trod r. II."
commltteed to the preservation of can be offered than the fact that whom have Incomes below the All E" 01 NW4 LFlnw 5of
MORE MEAT PER POUND v'. rF Pb a4. a AU N4' Df
the right of all peopl within this both Houses of Congress gave the poverty line. 8110 Lelor E of Pb 84. n 1 II UI 1110...'. Prod r. 1146
hemisphere to choose their own President overwhelming approvalof In Florida more than 657,001 OF FEED CONSUMED. NIW of NE14!: or IW'4 10 I II II Sailor. A. I"
8114: Df 81:" 4 4 II 4Cana M.rr .. 1011
path.When his request for a $700 million residents nearly 12 per cent of E 110 Df NW", 01 I'll' :14 I I II 11 Cana, Ma? B. lo.n
It is clear that conditions special Viet Nam fund the the population are over 85! EIIo DI SE'4 t 4 II 10 Hr...... Bob.rt II. .o.n
will permit the people of the Do- House by a vote of 407.7 and the years of age. Florida ranks second E W 110%of DI HZ'4 II 1 4 II II It I' Can.r B.an.... .....F.. B. D. 4000W I'.n

minican Republic to pursue that Senate by 87-3. Not a single Floridian in the nation for percentage of: % of NW1141 It 4 11 II CD........Miry B.. ...n

course free of the Influence of International opposed the appropriation. I senior citizens among the total 54 8E14" or IW'4 n If 4 0 II II I.t II C.C.rva........ O.Sorry L. 8. a HI,1o 0110 34.10
conspiracy the U. 8 Last week I went to the Senate I population. But it is first in the NW'4 If 1 11 111 C....... II.O'? B. II."
E4 of NS'4!: 11 4 II I' Ca"'.'. Mrs B. 1411N
floor to commend the Presidentfor
troops will withdraw I am pleased nation in migration of persons OF THE IW .1 554 or IE'%" 11 4 11 II C.na.. o. L. I"
that the Organization of Ameri- his resolution and to answer over 85, with 145,881 older persons THREE-FOURTHS Nx14' !: Df NE'4 II 4 11 41 Caromr, Mon? 8. C H.,Ie n.nIW'4

can States is moving to establishan some of the critics. These political moving into the state between PHOSPHATE PRODUCEDIN Car. ..... I I.e... In NE It o Ia III Ca.......0. L. ...,.

inter-American peace force alchemists I said have a won- 1955 and 1960 alone. THE U.S. COMES FROM NW \4 $5 4 15 .11 C...... Mai 8. 5. Hart. 11'1
drous scheme for Southeast Asia SW'4 as 1 II 185 W.lt.n.0.1. 14111S'4
which I have advocatedfor
concept
a Social statistics
The Security FLORIDA MINES. .1854 of Bit 4 II I 1s 15.:_. Rot a Irlt ....
the past eight years. I Under their theory all we have to also reflect the size of this age E%wIt of 1W 4. t4 01
Last November we chose Lyn- do is recognize we must have an 607.962 beneficiaries of which le : u III D.M.t1. Carp aA Carol 4e515W71
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4 111 Collins 1 E.t.l: L.r. /t 55
don B. Johnson to be PresidentIn accommodation with Red China 523,023 were over 65 years of age. 114 DI .1:Ii I l II I' C UI... &.101 .....
his own right largely because and presto Instant peace! I Recent figures show that 53.8 per Iot swtb.II. I 1-.5ivor EI.....
8..111. .1..1. Mrs. II."
we knew he was uniquely characterized as nonsense the idea cent of Florida families over 65 of
qualified to face the awesome decisions that withdrawing from Viet Nam had annual Incomes below $3,000. II4W% ; NB5a, ::&%
of NE' :'"4 ..... Cr..otor,
of the Presidency. will bring peace. Instead it will So far most of the anti-poverty Loo DK 70 P lit II a It II 8...... E....lt D. ...... lI.n
"When you duck dodge hesitate bring only the Illusion of peace programs have emphasized youth. NSic' : t.Ii I-W. t.For
and shimmy" the President and a temporary illusion at that.It .. It a It 75 ABI.on. 3Db L. a R.rnlw. 'I.n
It is my belief that a comprehensive Weather OutlookThe HE4 .r IE'%" L.. A .tr10
told, a group of newsmen the oth- is a dirty vexing little war effort must be made to Include Thirty-Day 70 rd. wtd. ..ro.. 'Nold.
er day, "every man and his dog but it is not without hope of victory the elderly. Ctrio IAasP.. I
to D8 UI P "I 1 1 It II 1Ao. IAo list I
gives you a kick. I expect to get As long as we stand firm Thirty Day Agricultural green 5Wof8WL..10A,
kicked but I don't expect to duck. there is hope for meaningful ne- Weather Outlook for the period RAINFALL during the next 30 ...."... N .Id. I 1 It II 'P7. Los R 1101
Mr Zip You hear a lot about for days will vary widely from placeto II A D. t .Id. Dr NWIi .r f
the population explosion but the mid-May through mid-Juno 811:4 1 1 It II 'P7.", lAD L 1.11
South Georgia Southeast Alabama place but should average be- HW'4 .1 NWI4 I 1 It 11 PttL.. E. .....
Post Office Department faces a and Northwest Florida tween 1.50 and 4.00 Inches. Rainis NE -8" Nw1( :tH.E lI Al. '
mall explosion. Postmaster General l. .f 544 % ofNw14
t Issued' by the Weather Bureau expected to occur as afternolon U 1 It II Do....... O. C. 11.6'
John Oronouski tells me thlayear' showers and thundershowers on 5 A PI.I. .f t..d de I. 118
mall volume will hit 72 bll- Advisory Agricultural Meteorologist 117 P 'U II 5 It t V.,,,,.. P. I. J,. ..../
Georgia Coastal Plain to 7 days during the period. w III of HE'%" of NE14,
9Jt blon pieces and Increase at the Experiment Station, Tlfton, SUNSHINE during the period NEofNEa1AA'Pool hint N 01 P.nd Rd II 1 It II Corb.tt. IoUIo W. E.1. 111
rate of 2 billion a year. "
Ga., May 15.1961.TEMPERATURES. mid-May through mid-June is expected H .Id. of 'E"% .f
Because Senators receive and to about 75 )lE'4 D8 U P II' IT 1 It 55 0-.. 5 W. 11AD. xnh.
per
send a large amount of mall Mr. during the average P7" ttal 1.....
I period mid-May through mid- cent of possible with no extended I'% of NW" of IW'%" or"l
Oronouaki is encouraging the use NW14 8w% II 1 It lit bl...... .but. .....
periods.SOIL .
of ZIP codes. Thus when you June will average near normal over cloudy Lot Bs.1Ch.NofIWCop
BULK CURING EQUIPMENT of s- a R.. H 1
all of the Tri-State Agricultural TEMPERATURES during
write me in the future please use CS S II Cia.. I S CS W
ZIP code, 20510. Also Include your area. Dally mean tempera- the next 30 days will continue to 11 CII. to POB. a .....
ures are expected to average between rise under Increasing Intensityand '....1 of Load Ow ..
OPERATING HERE own ZIP code with your return ORB 1 P .11 II 1 It 1 5w.lry. A..1t aUI
address. Your local Postofflce will 73 and 79 degrees. Dally duration of sunshine. Aver- a A .q I. 81t .o..r W74 tlIW"
give you this information If you maximum temperatures should age temperature at 4 inches under %, of I"%" II' It 1 3.hn_. Dewit' 8. d. 4
Irlw Mltbl ".61
don't know your code. range between 84 and 90 degrees bare soil should average between 1% of SWt4 U'" .
If you raise tobacco, don't miss this opportunity tc s with afternoon temperatures rea- 80 and 85 degrees NW% f wo% .rII 1 It 114 L.stw. l.l... '.U
tea and learn the latest developments In bulk curing. II si A.,. D... .. D8 lit
ching 95 degrees or higher on 4 to P 411 1/ 1 It 1517 O'Nwl.. Cb.rlw 5. sI la t
Powell engineering representatives will be on hand all Airman In 6 days during the period. Dally Succumbing to spring fever U "'Ii' .1 "04K' .r NZ"%, ..fIW14
lagan II 1 It II 8.tlo.. A' .... Ea" a I
day Thursday Friday to explain how bulk curing will
& minimum temperatures average fine when you're sitting under a 5. W. 0- ....
works show you how easy It Is to convert from Training ExerciseAirman between 60 and 88 degrees tree. When you're sitting behinda

conventional curing to this modern cost-cutting: sys Second Class Paul l R. I with no temperature below 50 de steering wheel must stay alert I TAX SALE (Continued on Par Seven)

tem. Proven successful throughout the flue.cured belt Hagan, ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Cuts labor costs In half, saves 25-50% on fuel am James A. Haian of Uv Oak will I

electricity.See participate In a North Atlantic "
Organization combat re- I .
the high capacity oil/ and gas furnaces In actual Treaty 4.
connaliwance training/ exercise in
operation./ Get free of Powell's exclusive
your copy
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new curing time-table/ -handiest guide to good cures
Airman Megan It an aircraft
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ground equipment repairman In Chevy ,

the 66 tactical Reconnaissance
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! COME AND WELCOME, Wing at Laon AD France a unit

The Dater of the U. S. Air Forces In Europe
Thnrs. A Frl., May 20 A 21
which constitute the major air
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airman Is a graduate of camper

Suwannee High School and entered -

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when passing children at play

Even If an accident were a child's '

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Answers % lyl.g s K i'a wd lad A" 11. II Rill, Mary tte. II" ". 45.55

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(Editor's Note: These questions III PtS11Ptwt.w ..... TS15(5NCOIl'S. 111 117 PI ,.

and answer are compiled by William .d..otoyd5WS B.,.",. II S II Jola.N. A. A n.... Pon. ;. "fll r 15 II 1 II .n_. 'NIIe a V...to. ,.II
N to P05. D.. fa DBu. 011I10. ISIS S..INhWAluhl
M. Eane, District Manager P 545 II S N 1/. 1I.LMa, 0. N. Jr. all Les 1 .111 0 e.II-.. of ilia: C.r .f II r a .
for the Social Security Administration I A.... a N .,.. ., aALa H..t.. II 1 II J0._ A. S n.... W .ntIYIR
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at Valdocta Eanea Invite .. 1/ 1 U 5 Coop. J. w. 1 orotll, I...$ Les II B.II. S C.11.. B. sSoe1551h5.fNR "Y. .. LN

readers to mall their questions to lay .f 1&4 a An Nay' 5.1.55. II I II Pest! .....". I.." ., p551 a .IS W Ifs
., III% 1410' I A W .f Les 1 B.II. C. Cell..
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him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta, UIS 1/ t 1/ It IIn., Still. S 11.: 51.11o 8.5.11.. II I II 11..11... P. D. (NsbM 1'1' I" h to POP 1 II And... ....
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!Oa. Please do not mall your Inquiries 51 .5 N NW aw. .....>> 131Lot. a"lIn III I .. Le,. 1. 1.
Los II Rib Co Dille.. Add t/ S II ...hlll.'''''. &.I... I. .. I. ........ Addl.
to this paper.) POll. vi,..... "". I lo51 0 Ihrie 151Add : n
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QUESTION: Wont younger N U' n. W IN Ft.I I. 5. 1. '. I. 11111 I

/corker find social security a IIt. POB. ORB Pas II I U 0 O. g. t fie. ..., .Bill OLi..L1/14 II S II D..Io, 11.7 5.5. 55.11 5L. Addltks' n. II Md.as, 0. .. I., apes.Lo .

.NI. ...... Ad. II 1 II .a I .....
[rowing burden on their pocketbooks 1., .1.11 SIMy. a. 15.55 .
S.. 111 Pt. N 01 'W Ce. Los 1ISIS H Loss PIS PtPS. .wol"".
[ in the years ahead? ., IE Ia ., NWr tb_... "'" A'd. II 1 11 1.514. '1.11 ..... n 1 II rela.s 0. .. I" P.,.

ANSWER: K you mean will .... II: IH IC 1'1' III Ft, ..... aaISIS P141soAdd. ." ., sills 0 11.11
W a II S II ,.. 111 'iw" er SR!
lse Pb l1h.. 1501 r.'hor'' GI ? II
hY pay more the answer U yes PO. D. Ill P III II 1 U T...... H..1.rt 0. A Lot 1 III P I"t. A'd. II 5 II Till..... 1.1... E.. 1111 B..n5WCerofsollS P II III Ner.1. W. o. I.. II."

[But look how much more they I 00,40 Co n.n Lot 1t1..Q. ...... A.... II 1 II 5Cet. Eft....... 15.55 ... NI ...... awr
Set .. 1.-. if W ..1K Le IaN' "! Lot 45111
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will be getting out of It. Better lID''. Act,. W..t.w5,4
II 1 II
: III Pt. el IW % h..11 3.1. ,.. ILI/ .. Nw' < .,
[living conditions new medical NW" a l Lt.. ., alW.I Los I .1. T. Slot... Ad. II 1 II 11..1... (.,"rI.. E... ..$ .w" of.W 'e. ...
Le. ..... 14. thso 5
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[discoveries scientific progress arefan 5111 ... S III Ft. 1'1' 5xi A.... II 1 II H..I...., Coil'..).. 1:,.. ..... )UP U P 117 1'0'

Increasing the life span of the a/WT1..WSi Sat t.I I v. I:'.'. Ada. II I U A........ a...... S Ollie all W" 0 IIIa14 d 11 1 II II Hunt, W. 0.5., 11.11

(individual With higher wage and P01 II 1 1RtarU.g. J. 1I..jorie 11.11 N% 1 Ill 40.s W WIWlj 15 S II ITarb.. ,.... M. A 'n.
It I''... U4.
1 A ..1NI Pt. 55 5 II Wllll". ... 1t..I.... 115
[steady employment most worker MINW % Du Is E 141 Lot 1 III w. 81.t. rw\, 1154 of IIIW"! 11 IAob4 1551
1/ R.... c... ...... Add. tl 1 II .. ... : : : C. P. Mr.
[should find social security taxes Pall I e. Will. ... I.. of Sb. 11 Hra, Tb.... ,I. .:.:'
A 05r.1 .f .... 0.. 1.as I5. .... I Ill W. a...,.'. Is ., NW. I 1 II 51 H... W. u. I.. 11.15
[today far less expensive in terms U. r .u I 5 U hA... 1..11 W. Add II 1 U 1 :" .. S Bleb.w TW II 1 II III Hunt", W. o. I. II."
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.
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of/the benefit offered than they a'6 d N&4 ., NW'6 'I 1/ 1/ WW.... A. ..... 1M Bib. W .....'. w\ ::% .llll\% II 1 II I R... WU.. a. 5 Harp
were when the program began 30 A 05r I ., .load 4... Ie D. Add. :: : II Aid... 11.b.t .....
511 P ill It II ea'.... 1.11 W. 5.s 1 SIb, x. II.. A.... 11 rn.lt. l.b. J.. (C.t.iI1o CM.ty 11I1. Is.1..n1
years ago.iJQUESTION u.
AI.... '.{IIwr Por1.1 II I..... of of5M
> : I am U years old. 15 51". 1.ft8 Lot.sold. Oh.. 51.5.511' >> 515 'iwl"I: NW .I \

11 cant make up my mind If I S/ I U 1B.n, OU. 11,11wt 515. I L... N II' Pt. : ., 11 I II II 11014.'.. ,,,..1.. I. 111
or )11114 A W% ., /low's. .w. 055 II P5 AI NRy 0f NI" III I,, W
Jvant to take social security or not W%" d III% a W" / IS 5 11 woms. 5.1.5.: I.. .55Ms.1.1h W.5.ot.r
(What do you advise ..... NUt: ., NW" 15 1 U /H h ws. 011I. IillIg O..dolls" H..... 411Dl. d A"L It, ....
': %" d 1'111'4' a IIIEIa 15 Los /IIY. A. A" M NW "' Ps .. W .i. S/ 1 11 II ......... H. r. J. 4 Da.U Ill
'ANSWER: : W* advise you to 11I6: II 1 U /1 s.ws. 011' SITS .. II I U ..... GI.... 1111 rwIII.IIII:.na .: "' It 1 15 It ..10'.., .. J. It II
talk It over with us. NW" ., Iwy II II /1 u S R. M. Los aaL.5ISIIIPtLos. : axs.f
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.. I.... I'S I ..11 ISIS 55 IIW": % :; I 11 /1 a.1... I. R J. 1111IRr
,W. can probably give you enough 1% of NW % L 1/t A .r. Ls u. P1 I. L Il 1.'W C.
*Information to help you make up S. Moidr11. A Nw'1 .f .11 c:.. ., 1.11. N NW ., 'W" Oil ItP '
.' n... S II A .. 1 141 ., DI.. II 1 11 Idll p, ,. H. I ('.,..,... 4111Iwl .It U I (',.1,. ..h.... A b...
'row mind on this point. But. we I'll"' ., .W" It. 1say IIUI. J.... I. .11. 1 Sib 0 15.11".... 0.a I......,. H5...
r' ., 11 1 II /1 Yal. A" II 1 11 ..... I... .
cMlnltely will not tell you what NETS II'." M.1. : IIf-! : II. 1 .. l5.'b U"/>> 111
1 aa ...11.. 11,11Add. 51 11I11 C..5NE.f
j wv think 1* beit. Your choice mutt I. D. II...... 1111S. .... 1 1 .111 A. Nlldrnl WW.% .

lto 'your own.QUESTION. .. N1.. Pelal sole W II 1 11 1I.1Ie.. 11..1.. 1111ITaPtofLot. 1. MI.r I
..ta. ., a/w a ... ... SSISKI 155 P1 1'N. a ...... 111M
I ; I hear that 20 mil.llton .. ...._ .... II.. Daowls. C HIIoI.,1I Add, DI1 P '.It 1... S A L NI I'.5
people get social security .. ... at a 11 a 511 II 1 11 D... .. W. ,,,11I... rots N 5 55 f..
....,. ..... .... ,.. .. ..."..
W S. I E. II. .' 11)1 1 II II' .,.%... Willi. A. ?1111
[..0. I* this true? It.. ill ft. t 111 ft. .... 11 II ISIS I ""... 1 A ... 5. NW r_ u

ANSWER: Ye, it 1*. Social 8eowlty _.. n. g 54 W II.. 5.:: 1".111.. DI ISP IIIW" .1 NW ., IIIW" II 11 1 Plot.. .. Ml4 111R1
[ now pay out more thantNSt.forttl dawd1.51.1IMs II I II wnhIos.o. School'. SH.I ..f1WN 5, II II 15.r...... W, ,. A Wlllss. II"1w
sos 1'1..1' a. 1115 54 A N.. 0
million dollar a day. .. .. ..14 Wit.. ., .,. Sal 1 Sib I r..11 Add. II 1Nu.aa.wo', loss 1111Los. It .f NW" If' 1111 leIIb, H..... .... N. II"
... a. 45 N 1'01. 055IIPIU II S It r5. 114 c... N' NI" 14 .f
IfA representative of the Valdo II I It 1 IIUIa, J..so I:. 1HIwr roll Ads II 1 II H.I,", H.......". &.1. 19 II NW! 55 p io ,u u .11 _. N. ,. [... t//l
fp, Georgia, district office will bet d Nw % a NWSt.flSNSh I .... t/ Bib Ill r..11 .... II 1 1/ c...,.. ('........... NW".I IIIW"%, I..IS A
('/..".. .. ItA" A._. .101. I L..
[ the Courthouse in Live Oak 5.5N541y1.Wof I ..... S I Sib 'V ('....11 A1NW Los 1)55
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rids every Wednesday from PI.RL/11..555/h II C. & A. 111L..SI 111 II
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P QUESTION: i cant get my %. : NWy a 1" ., soB u. 1/ II II..... a.". S M..t5. /I '"/ II" lase I A Isla Lrnly W, 1/I

certiflcat I wa born In M. II 1 11 III h.... Y.5. 5. (IA. 0.4 '..110 I..u I U... It 1/ U ....,..1.. MsopWu. L SW14
....... h.1, H. P.S Le.. 1/Sib Is s.. "... .. SI./
1400. I tried the U. S. Census. A. 5. 0....'. Sail A" II 1 II I..,.. Q... 1:.,.. 11." I of NW14 ., HI" I I II .. P5.k.A' W.I'.. Co SII
ey can't find a record. What N. '" NW""%, W14 cl.1yW'.S L.s 1 Sib 11 .,.,.... 1/ 1Ws. L.,... 5 110,,.. /1
., NW ", the. IR1 S abl.. N NI\4\ I I II .. Pwln1.J. 5. TtwsS I.
am I going to do to prove how old k54 111 c..... .....[ Co ill D..dl. 1111 1 OiWs H...... 1111
ram' W -I..1'1,14.: .y Il .... .... Sib a. 1-1.. slob II t II 5 a v ,.,.11.. C. 111.11TNNIIPtLsII115P .141 dw %\ .f II" I II It lI.t'.''',., Al.I.11.. SPr1.
NW",' I 11 I' Lan. ,... .. .... .... ( Mary F......
If ANSWER: These are just a few ..... .. 4, 11. 11. N1 S U.. sob 11 1 II 5.5-Mid. III...... N. S ...""llon' 111NB
f eQ the kind of record we have II 511 t N.rtl Ran q. '" IIIIIII.U. N" .1 HII4 A IW" ..
..._ H..'" II S 1/ "'tta,.. y.... "I' I .... "- U.. 0.11 II 1 U Rlll...st, 105. ... 11111.s. A .N\.f.rr\04If
tttoed to
prove age. family records, L. 11.1, a 1S.I..U Live .1 ; r
[ school records age shown on mar Lass 11 la If 111. I N.nb 0.. II II EIIlst. ..1.. I PM II It oil a w'" 51 NIr
itiage Ran ...0. Nvot. II 5 1/ .".... II.. 0...oo .. Lalso tees /1. 11. .111 5 SIb' .. 1 1 11 III S..Ir11bs. '.11.... IhS
I \ licenses: or children' birth A 5R U U. .lob 11 1 II his. BdJ.. 1111Lot. ....,. e. It.II
jftrtlflcate* may also be used. We iiti w.i 1. t S 1 SI 111 11 1... lit .f .W" I II II lI..trl.u. M.y Dr..
a/. A n. 1555 PI W /It LN .. It lee P1 55u S I. .... '..11
[fan give you a long list of the .._l Mal N III n III P 111. U.. 0.5 II 1 II .... OtiS' 11111I lit ., Nar .f H W" I I II II P'' .'' D.wN
, [ Bind of evidence you may obtainto 5 M rol. D' 'II P 111 55 I 1/ 1/t 5155w..4 ..... .. /1 H tau t In N U.5 .lob II 1 II .1111.... PoHso W 111 1'rll.\ :
1.54155.0'SIW.11 5 1/ ...... Y..L5." 1111W. 554 lot Ito5 U.. 1151 11 1 It Las.. ('.,.." .. 411 ... Lt.11 11 I 1/ .. [IS.hllswaar 11(1I (
[ prove your age. Come see us. l/, 11 S 1Ill 1 TN5.INP5.4W111h -r. 1 I NI"%'
( QUESTION: ; I understand that O'R'S.. /1 11 Lowto, .... L IeN1IIy.1N .11.15111/1U.IO.b II 1 sl w .... h... I... .. 55 I II 155 'IID..n.
.. 1& C.. ofr (/11 Y.."so 1511
1Iio tltalliaUon will be only for old W tMI'1MI NI Pt .4 5M Sib 55 r Wt: : N Lso1 11 A..
'people. But. everyone is going to ? II I 11 U I.N0,4. A..1e ... N 54,11P11 U.. 0.. II 5 11 HI... b.. J- S ;. I '" 111 11111105. ,. 55,050, It III.
; :' \ hilts Y 1 W M.o. .. 1A 11 ."...- 51..
( have to pay for It. Why is that A M A. a.0.5 MMI.r.01 : L. M. J. bobb.l 111)\ .. H... ..... I 1 11 ........... I... .ail
ANSWER' : : No doubt you orwell N. I1 I 1/ ... LNb. Sloe ad. ,.... .... .. PsSWUINMN .. I- 51..
/ Sa It. a I 100... 05n of lot I 1 11 ..... Y. W. 5. a ._
Bmbr of your family 1.s.11 5 L 11 Nd..... q5. A. ..U.Let. LI. O.a 11 1 II W...., I. P. gds I I.h1 ..... J. t. '
.
11/a I..r: Pau
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Lvould sooner oe later 1115 the ben .. 1, 1 a I
...:.... / I r 115 ...... ... Nolr ..... Si.. II ... .. ... ... -so S i ,> 1roU 1\ NINPAIM11 : "
[ N such a program could proIttde. "'". ii w
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f

Perhaps your parents or is:'.ft.." S.d.4 s 1 1/ ..WteW.\,........... I 11151 r::./1 111Id 05:, IA:: 0.1 I/ 1 II -r ,...-. ..... S 1._. III tI..r5s.: A":dddN1454. lob I I 11so15r.;;.,........, p, 4111

[ widowed mother or other ,_ .. .1Nw0.. .f1.1//
your A ...5. ., Ind.o '-.... 11.
[aged relative could get Medical at .1s M.._ Is a ... lP1 L' Bn ,.. U.. /lob 1/ 1 1/ Adisa 1.11I. .N' 1111r1NINN

LtenUon. they might not otherwise PowPtPS..SWC.Pa sa..s 5 It n. a II- T5...J slhdt.sl/11,. t1J t/ I/ Y--. .,IY..... 5 M. 1. .. POP UNNbI'S P1III 1 1 II h. ......, S ........ .Uf

; If II LNl.S w. ... 11111 I..PPC55tso.At.lN l.I 1I........
[ bo able) to receive. This la a social ./5./1... ,'.-''IIra. I. n Y.ds P.b.Olt 5./ ASS t. I" ?."...... /.... .. I RNs.P54 .
tit "rill. MM 'p( :
tMNsrance program to protect yourl4NRnunity .100' loft ., gel M era II."

as well as the Indivl sop.tM!::.n .... 1 1Lessor.. ...... ....U trh'1.lr.. P -- .soy.1 Nwr..... 1 4 A Nit lot NWI.r .1

[tiHt. So. we must an share the ( NK." ; 1t0$1/ 11 t 1Worso... /Iosos.r' M 1- 1111Ti.511hototla d N5y' d NW .. 1 1111 11.51' I. W. 151ly
L.Isl.S: 1 1Yld4SS. ls.e 1_ 151Sat. / TITI
If .5Nwp.5Nwr5
seM .f It, expecting as we do tot1.weSt /.1.5,15 tIll ..... 00. u.a I r 1 r ., 11I&I ,. .... S A._ 1111

directly or indirectly from I.1.II ....,.. II' II a.-w. 1- P. ,.. I/ .1s II' .. 1 II 1.11.,. Autos ".1I1e 111). 5.4 "W" u 'W" 11 II Ii:: 5.5./... Y.. .....

fpw r or at some later date. ya I.t S.5f... II' II Jo;,s.IllrAw: Y. ISIS --r..:11I: 555III : n.5 P A .w" If I 1/ .. hr:..../5..s S 1155Wy

0 ensTOIf: Why IB your office .. ...1 1111NM
',
an, about folks getting their a...RyNIwr.5N5y INILoseA11 II 1 151.5.11.1.. I. 0. 1111Lwna M M l ...:. :.a'Sib.:1-11.IAtI:: = r :: 55555 NW U : :: :: :::=: Ii.:.: I.: 11111Nr 1111NR

and record In to you sol 1 1/ tP.. wswd/.w0.5 11 II ..... Wliita I t..... ISIS a NW NIII
WydlwydN[" II "I 0.5 N''_ 1111 : It It 1I.., ,...... 4.
W.
Doat you know It takesfor U I/so 0... .. 11 I..-.. __lee N. S Yak Mw 11.11
1115
11
people that are old and .% ofUWSiNI\ J.". Uoff .... ISIS NC ., sty 1 KS.f
aU this stuff for II II 1N..t.. Y.1 AU. W 1111 I.N./SIPNr.M.la.d.. "I", S II If ., PSI It II IIll I_trsiH. ,...... 4.
to get up
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y SWydNWL..SA555NWroCWy' II II tR....b.4S.0.5 5.0. 1 a:'/ PlO 1: :.r.5511I:: .f Iwy II 1 1/ N C.a1o 5..w. .... III."..
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rER: Tea, we know It __.. 1111 .".. 1/ .R..1; \
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{handle claims promptly. The 1.t I5 II\-:'NW IRy! : I 1: aA .. A.W W :.... g.S !H.. .. II ..."... LesW 1111w W % -: Nwy .l NWyM
u .. A S 55,50SW
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handle claims promtly. I..SSIbANsodse'l/ II 0M..4S.f.. 1111 It. 11 11 ...
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11 1 II .. Aoi.L A..o .. 1111 so. Ywg. 1.555.
get we have to wait on your 5.of Wi.f Mw SCSI
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ls Jut that ouch lees time we :: .. 1" Wsehbe Adds
L. II P .II 1 111I.I 11% It II IN .W_. Will'. A. 5045NW
S
we lo work on someone etsel. : IRy 5 illy NIt t 15 It I..L.\. S AS 1111Aa Pa 5. ....... .- .511.% S NIr /5 1 I' 111 .-.. .11..... A. 1155
: 11 1/ ..._.. S.. Lillie IN..s 55504515q045155 /1 LIId s .... Ilor. 111
we have to Insist that you get RWr MW N.I5/W .. awe v/.S M .....1 1111 of
we ask for without any dPSI., IL1.55I A N5y5455.1 ,05r SRaM eI0
> paper S .... .. .. rr.4NWd
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r delay. Our rules make :-..NW R//Ih C.o f 1 t II 11 t1..da w. L ..... 1111 5111 fi.. W .51 P; SIC lip \IIIP51 4.. A... II' II 111 5.555.5YSS.I. 41"

remind you to send to paper 1 Cord Para ... 111II ,....'I.:.: '' IS N
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to complete your case ree- r: .Rr.5 .f NI" If 1 II IA.4. ...... "II 5.1..1. 1
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W,1S S TI PISPSI P. .1Mtrw.4SW. t". 555 P .. 14 1 %' K.... 1..1e .... ..
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1/ II ..... L I. 1.1 1 S./ 1I5.o.. 15.1 1 q1A. 111
below are new aubtxrtp- III Ft UINS I = 111IY / I' .soY .
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from a. II 1 II Nrts Ww t .___ 45,5L. 44Isl. 1/ I is.IS.u ISSiC 55I'
thI auwannee D-mocral see 1/ A.... I. 1/. lN4nd.IAA ... 1.1 / I II s II...... I. 1. 111
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EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 20, 1965 :



were Blanche Bennett, aide, Q. D.1 Courthouse Offices Shown I II
O'Brien School
NoAH NUMSKULL Bridges, aide; Jessie Hill, aide,

Pauline Howard, aide, June Mc-

NewsThe Call aide, Grace North, LPN;

Pearl Peppers, and Fain Skinner,
orderly ia'

O'Brien P-TA will have 1 Its ,! a

annual picnic, Thursday. May 20, I M y'y
9. r i S ,, 'jn d I
at the O'Brien School There will No. 4 5b!, yt ,

be food and cold drinks for the ents on them. With so many synthetic 'y rk T ,

children. floor materials now avail

P-TA President Jerry L Calhoun able to the public, emphasis was '

is asking the cooperation of D EAR NOANDOSS.. placed on choosing not only the 4 r : k 1If J4S :

all parents. "YOuR DOS BBFUSB PIGS right floor covering, but also strIct C% k' 414tIN"

Feat, BBfAUSt MB THINKS adherence to manufacturer's recommendations -
The Bumble-Bees and Bumble- RR 6IIOUW US SATING GN5R as to Its cleaning

retts entertained Friday evenIng /-a TUB HOS fOgAR. Mrs Mitchell Kirkland servedas

with a banquet held in the school ULLIAN co, aAD,8Aa1 RA. hostess. Others in attendancewere

audItorium. Mrs Waldon Platt, Mrs. + {

NO-Arl Does RoxIe Wadsworth, Mrs Milton
BArTRCS
The sixth (grade class of O'Brie A RAFFL USUAtUV Sumrell and Mrs Carl Tress. + )h
High School will have their com- MBAL A DAY ? ler r f t; by
ANDRRSONGUMUeIAND '
mencement exercise Friday, May: IIAemaTrg/ MD h, s .r ;

28, In the school' cafetorlum at tid't

1-30: pmThe .pfAa.Ya'A NA Vr M1pt awa Public NoticesNOTICE h ( tti

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seventh grade class of HazardNo :
OBrlen High School Journeyed Bigger TRADE UNDER NAME FICTITIOUSOR LAW ,,, k ; 0" ?D3.-r, *"b ? O' .
for the
has use I
one any
along with their sponsor Eddie TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:;
drunk driver. But on the highway, Nolle l> hereby gh.n that the uncl.r-
Johnson, to Silver Springs on dined. punuant to the flctttloua nam
the social drinker is a bigger hazard -
May 15.The .itatuta. Chapter S09DS or Section 865.09.
He's more common, and hedoesn't Florida Rtatnten. 141 will renliter with
his vision, the Clvrh of the Circuit Court In and
realize that
third, fourth, and fifth for Suwinne County Florida, upon reeelpt .
judgement and reactions are affected of proof of publication of this no .,.aA 1 fay
grade classes journeyed to Jacksonville .
safe as tic the fictitious name. to-wltl
He thinks hes as
Odom And Johnson
Zoo along with their teachers -
anyone on the road. He might be under which we will ermine In bualnon.
Mrs M. L. Cook Mrs O W. expect to .nll"" In bunions In
alone I The only solution
If he
Haynes and Mrs R. LInton, recently were I live Oak Florida and our .dd... liF
If you drink don't drivel O. Uoi let. Llv' Oak
Th. *tent of owner.hlp la antlr. r'N 1f
JOHN C. ODOM 60'. ; w 4' r
fORGE; T JOHNSON M tr ,:t I
The sophomore class of Brien No. 1 D.t.d this IK day of May. A.D. 1045. r 4' I If

High School toured St Augustine out a license: one case of drunk JOHN C. ODOM
GEORGE T. JOHNSON
Saturday, May 8. while driving, and the remaIningsix J..
They visited the following attractions cases were disorderly conduct. < IAe
NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
: The Wax Museum The 5No TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Oldest School House The Oldest Nolle la herrhy t Itren of 'Intention to ,
2Letters apply to the IUS S.alon of the Florida +GAAa, j k't tw
Jail Fountain of Youth, John ... r
will be mailed to I.ruf.latur. for p. .* of an act ...r.t.Inrr + 1
parents
Frazer Memorial Church and the to the Ruwannee River Authorityaw.ndinr r A '
of high school seniors and Chapter 67-700. Chapter 59. Jr T I IS
Ponce DeLeon Hotel at both North 1171 and Chapter I1.IH5. Law of Florida.
fIrst year students
by providing for additional powers and
Florida Junior College at Madison dotleai authorising and empowering said
A tree's circulation system for authority, through 'III
tnvernlnf binnl
Its vital sap is particularly efficI- and Lake City Junior College InformIng to 'boy and ..".. lanes. to ."lulrnr r
them of the meeting date. prop.t by .mln.nt .
dom.ln I authuria
ent A tree co.Id raise this fluidto and emnowerlnt' said authority to
a height of a thousand feet. I.... role and bonds, providing for
...
No. 3Johnson lion of buts water manatement ,
beards. within_ said authority: providingRopruenlatlv
administrator I In., paid authority .h.1I o".t. and
BLUE Ch.pt.r 1711. 'lo.ld. III8Iut.., with ....r.toln County engineer Matt CroMha* sketched above an outline wannee County Courthviue, showing the many offices and
LUSTRE Ten year service pins were ...plloul providing {
ELECTRIC /II awarded to Evelyn Creekmore, d. .. .n .f/.atlvlI I of the offices of the ground floor of the newly renovated Sotheir occupant (Democrat 8Uff ThoU) I

1 Leon McDonald
iI Mlttle Cherry, assIstant ---
SHAMPOOER central suppy; Sow son.. County

.CARPET..ith-.t-;; ; ,,f_'BlY. lY.'''.!.. cook, Ivoree Cheney, supervisor J a performance and payment .bond In the
of nurses; Mabel Smith, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF sum not La than 100", of the aonlrart.Each .
er.n' DI".n' Fnroltunwt THIRD propoial when submitted must
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF
U. S. 80 surgery aide. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUWANNFE .b* rlearly marked on th* cover with
Those receiving five year pinsuu.n.ua.ae.u..auu.nu..u..u..aaa.uaeu. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY the Bidder' ram and the cams of tho
DIVORCE AND OTHER: RELIEF: proi.C I
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RUDY D ROTHWFIL,- "---- The Board! reeervea the rliht to reject
: L
I any or all bid and to waive any
Plaintiff'
: I I ... Irretularltlea deemed to .b. In the best.
I THOMAS ROTHWFLI. 'Intent of the Hoard!
FORLEASE : Defendant THE HOARD Of TRURTFR5SUWANNEE 1
: COUNTY HOSPITAL
I TO I Thnmai Rothwell who.* addreai,

I: Yon r.ald.ne..n'5 ara hereby notified reildent that I. unknown a torn Sy Joe Sharpl.ChoIrma...
I plaint for Divorce t
baa been filed In the
: ihove named Court and you are required 1.4 ,
I t to aorve a copy of your gnawer or plead* UIT
: OR a I Inn to the Complaint' upon the Plain' IN 8UWANNCE Need A Good Salesman?
i tiff a Attorney Wm, Randall Rlauchter, COUNTY, FLORIDA. CHANCERY:
P, O. Baa lot.'' Li,. Oak, Florida I and WIT: WILSON
, I fib!! 'n. ordinal' In the office of the Plaintiff
: Dark nf the Circuit Court Buwannee ...
SALEBuilding County. rinrlda. I.Iva 0... Florida. on or WILLIAM M.LEC: WILSON.
a before tko list day of June A. U. IMSare o.d.nl.
: 'OIl to rost.l the ....... tk... NOTICE ay PlJaLlCo\T'ON Good salesmen are so hard to come by that many a

\ "" and Property .a wins will bo the taken all.etlone.. ...n/.of..**the ky Complaint yon' TOt,' WILLIAM.' Karl Ch.lk.r.MrLfH Daryl WILSON Stub rl., I retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to rub "
'rl .
: Done and Ordered .In Live Oak. Pt,.... I Oak; riorlJa.VV .
i Now Occupied By : ,Ida, thl. Mfh day of May. A f.. |MI aro hereby unified tkal a to*. when he needed help to sell merchandise. *
i lAVAlfOHNA. KKHIUON plaint for divorce bas bums filed .,.I..t more
i Clerk, of Circuit Court tarn and yes ara required t4I .... a espy
i :: """""" ";"""', Florida' of rout ....... or pl..adln> to said eemplafnl. .
(SEAL) on th. alalntlfre attorn*. J. t>.
HOME HARDWARE : By Illllan Radford Heir.l ., 101 Eat Medl.na Htreet, LokiCly
I Deputy Clerk. Florld.d fll* th* arliilnai Aa*.
J.. w.r or pleadln la th* fk. of th. Clerk It would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman
...
: & of Clnult LourL on or MondarJuno .

FURNITURE CO. PROJPCT ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS If yii tl,fall IMa to do an, judgment by dtre *- who worked almost 24 hours a day who could make all

ADDITIONS! AND AITFRATIONS pro eonfeeeo will, b* tahn atalnelrnu
ON PINE AVENUE LIVE RUWANNFB: COUNTY HOSPITAL fur the rll. .f demanded In th. torn the calls neceuary, who could see every customer, every
OAK FLORIDA plaint
Will Remodel Divide Sealed bide will b. received by the Don. ..d Ordered at Un Oak, Florda day.
Enlarge, or loard of Truitam of the Ruwanne* thla Slob day nf Mae 111I.AVAUOHN .
Into County Honpltal. live Oak. Florida. at SESSION
Small
Smaller Stores or Offices I h. a''',. of the Board until I iflO H.M.. Clerk: of Clno.lt Court
Jun. 16, Des and then at laid office, Llv. Oak, florid.
(AVAILABLE IN AUGUST) publicly opened and read aloud I (IEALI
Plana. Specification Initrnctlon to Hy 1.1I1I.n Redford It would take magic lamp to find who didn't
Bldilera and Form of Propoial, may ... D..t Cloth. a a man
I CALL OR WRITERAYMOND obulned from the Architect, Hay Llttl. t..
field{ ISIS VVaat Duval' St.. Lah City make mistakes, who always told the correct sales tory

GREENP. .returned Florida at will. he A required depoilt .of Th.181100 depoalt for will each.b. IN JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT,COURT.IN AND" THIHI FORSUWANNEE who found interested customers on short notice, and sold

If said plane and epwlfkatlonaare COUNTY, FIORIDAIN .
O. Box 4489 returned eompleto and In good eon. CHANCERY.: merchandise
ill/Inn within ten dare after opening bid.
a C H. JOHN. *t al.
A ertlfled .. .'.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA or .hl. check, or bid Plalntlffi.
hondo, In a mm not .boa than 1% of the ....
Phone 398-0669 bane bid. payahl. to Ih. Board
I... Buwann County Hoapltal of Tn.must :, WILLIAM BAItKY. *t ....

..................OR.SEE. :..r.9.t.9.! !!! ...............1, that accompany th. Bidder each will proposal promptly ai a er.1.7"airmnt Tiff: STATE NOTICE Mf.nd.ts.or FLORIDA TO DEFEND rot If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman

to do the work and fvnilah WILLIAM BAILEY .d JOHN 0 M.GEHER .- who could into the home into the
: If ll.lne, and If d... ttwlr ... go right right living room
known apauao.. hlr*. "." _.. ........
.r.dltnr..r lhr parttea' .lalw,la( b,, and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of his merchandise.
throaih. ender or aialaet .enea _...r
defemlante t and the unknown bid. ...
IDEAL GRADUATION GIFTISnBltth .,..... ....... and grant*** of ... H. .
JOHN. ,,***..*.. and all pro a *lahe>.
"'rr by. throuch. ...... or acalnet a.e '""
th* aho. .. named ".'..,Into I and .11 per.
aana ...tn. ..r elalmlnf. any latoreet III
._ ._
---- wit and to tk. follaartaf deecrlbd ...... lo- And that salesman would work at a low wage. That

Nulls Half of SoalWe. ...t Quarter
but it would be
'y impossible big factor. He would
seems a
A INS i of BWHt *f Seethe I*. ,
I Tawnahl t Sooth. Baa** II Eaal.Vow .
and web of P" an beret ... never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, alwayssay
orally aollfU4 that C. H. Jokaa and H.
1. Johaa and hi* wlra. TbotoM 0. J...... just what his employer wanted him to
t .. say.
lied thdr avon C* .*>ral tb tlrmlt
Court of Vawaaa Onalf. FWUa.erala.t .
J: P ,t; * } aaklnt to quid Ik. Mil of thoplaintiff
1 l Y 'i- .:, \ r'p to th.* aboto deaerlbod pal

-.'; .Ip> ''''' f':'.. ; ., property riortda. kited hi ....... May, Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't producethat
'
'. ', Vo or* farther ....., ..ll-
ii., ;\ fWd. that Ik* rnera day of IbID ....... sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman
\ 151 t. Defend to Jan II. loll. and r., shall
1 .. sold. dot* MT va a ..py W p*.r *.. comes only in air castles and newspapers.
+ fraa*. If asp sass Alnk, ..t.... a
t -
: laws. Al.marsar rkiloUffa. vhaa"
addroaa I* r O, Boa I. U ...., ... lo ai.....*" tk.r.afto* fllo. tko
orlalnal ., .... ra th*elf... of Ik. ('...
of tk. Circuit Coort of th. aho>* atflodTOO.HI Read back. There is nothing there that
newspaper
: olhMwl a 4am pro ooafoao*
will ... ...... ...1.., F...
can't do
WITNESS.. of ih* ".. **.... Ctrnit advertising for a retail store. It is the super

f .i Orr rids leather of rk Jadta>rida.*aa W tko wll. TAM M tk.holloW Clark Crrmlt of ikorirwill saleman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman All

fern all M tk. ttth dar ofMay.
r .Q ?1 1I 11*.t AVAl'OHN A. SESSIONS that is needed to put him to work is call a representative

f Clark Clrxalt aenREAL of this
F ''I tj/tj4 + ..-...* r..t,. PloHdo newspaper at 3621734.
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... ", IN THE: COUNTY JimCE: CtH'HTor SERVING THE LIVE OAK TRADE AREA

a A .. I t SUWANNCE COUNTY FLORIDA.IN .
:;.. REl Tko [slat. atUVrM
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alt",have,ot t .....

... J.aktrhowe,4 t;. NOTICE TO CRrDITOM oooo....

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'" *_ao RIM. ........ aro kar.ky .*Uflod >
,;l : AlL-PUttI"OH aad ......*. t* fit. *a, olaloia **
.;." +. J''n:: ., LOTION ....... shah Ikay mop ban. anh>*t
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Eatat la Ik. "" .. o* tile Omaty
wt < "..... of .awaaaoo fWaol. .......... .lojtk
IJ' IU'IU' .. pow tar _rt.... at U... Oak FWhta.omkta .
ft' : / all ...... oMotk fens tko
a. _. .......3.1..:. daM of tko hrS pakHraUooj thai alloo. SUWANNEE D ENO CRA
I.*k dabs or d...a4 noel *. lawrtlhtc \
... mass aUM tile piss o< 1PAGE
_.M..* sad aaat ottto address W tko
........t aad moo ko awora *o ky tk.* et LIVE OAK.
ttalaMal.klo or bus atlataiy. a*
R .IR b.m. v.M a.adlo M bwl
and mats k* fled .a ........
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., I Branford P-TA Met Thursday I IThe


; Branford Parent Teachers Mrs. T. J. Fletcher Jr- a former
Association met Thursday nightIn president of the organisation.
the school cafeteria L. C. Davis Mrs Hill\, newly Installed president .
SUWANNEE J! T president, presided over the urged the parent and
meeting. teachers to work together with tier
DalsIrai'd everyone to sign. for a better school system and
LIVE OAK the petitions that are In clrcula to follow the suggestions of the
Uon to bring before the citizens of evaluating committee so that our
Suwannee County a bond Issue. schools may become re-accredited.
The P-TA went on record as favoring A fashion ahow was presented
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 1 and supporting the school by the PITA girls who modeledthe
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advisory committee report. Motohwas laments they have made
made and passed to appointa during the school term.
News From Branford Branford School Branford Town committee to circulate petition .
The following slate of officer
I Honor Roll Election Set was presented by the nominating Varsity Chili To
committee Mrs. W. R Hill! president
Ilohl Car Wa"h
MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH ; A. Jack Phillips, vice presl-
.
By Students making straight A'
The Vanity Club of Branford
For June 8 denet; Mrs. Leon Hatch, ..'Cr-
during the fifth six weeks period
tary: and Mrs. Jim Blggert treas. School will sponsor a car war
At School Cafeteria Cribbs at Branford High School were: The Town of Branford will holda urer. Officers were Installed by Saturday, May 22. beginning ate
Perry Suzanne Murray twelfth grade; general election June .. Th a.m at Hudson's Cut Rate Station.
Scott Ware ninth grade; Mike Charges will be 11.80 per carAtteud
Rev. Allen Price Speaker At Annual Mclnnis. eighth grade; and LllahBrartsley. election Is for the purpose of fleet .
Funeral Services seventh grade. Ing a Town Clerk and four Comcllmen. Band Variety ,
Miami! MwtMrs.
Other students making the fifth
Branford School Band BanquetThe Held six weeks honor roll with a B Mrs. Lois P. Williams present Show Planned Fred Aderholt. Mrs Be.atrtce .
Monday average Included: Clerk, has qualified for re-elecUon. Strickland and Mrs. Ormon
annual Branford School Band Banquet was held Funeral services for PrrryCribbs Twelfth Orade Johnnie Kay' J. R. Fletcher has qualifiedfor Aderholt have returned home after '
Friday sight in the ,school cafeteria. The theme of the &5. who died Thursday Bradley, David Moore Pat Park re-election to council post For FridayThe attending the grand chapter
three, Frank R. Norris to four and of the Florida Order of Eastern
L$* banquet was "Wonderland By Night"Miss were held Monday at 3 pm. In the er. and Amy .Suggs.
IK Vocelle Goolsby, president of the band, was First Baptist Church of Branford. Eleventh Orade Shirley liar. Oraham Qualifying C. Owen for council to one post five Branford Band Variety Show Star In Miami.Student .. .
I Master of Ceremonies. The devotional was given by Miss Burial was In the Old Walker rell. Sandra Hatch, and Peggy were Tommy Minter Jr. present will be held Friday night May 21.
Carol Phillips and Eddy Robert Creek Cemetery Ware. Incumbent and R. O. Griffith. In the IIt'hoolaymnallum. A few of Car Owners
r the welcome. award for seven and one half Survivors Include the widow. Tenth Orade Kathy Griffith the groups that will\ be featuredon Mom and Dad no doubt
II. Bubar Is
Mrs. Myrtle a candidate
lave
years of) service to the band ant Lula Cribbs of Perry; three and Olenda Haas. the show are: three MarllynnBird youll be pressured soon to approve
"t'k. Quest speaker at the banquet the John Phillip Sousa award. Albert daughters, Mrs. Mary Cstrelt of Ninth Grade Myrtle Dr..dt.Carol for city clerk. Dance groups, PFA Quartet purchase of a car by your high
Candidates qualify with theto.1
was the Rev Allen Price who Ssndlin received the ma.-cl-; Brooksvllle\ Llllle Kirkland of Till Phillips and Charlene may district winner r..A. String school student child. Here are
"What Is The \ clerk by paying the qualifying
the
poke on topic ins award and the band directors
and Cribbs of Branford Suggs.
Shirley Band Harmonica
Trio. Oracle a
; I some Interesting figures as
; fee of tSOO. Dead line forqualifying
Purpose Of Music" Price men
I award.
four sons Bobby and Clayton Eighth Grade Julia Ann Warner and the Florida Ramblers guide!: a study In one school
Is 5 00 SaturdayBranford
toned that music expresses our Lee Hatch received the small Cribbs of Branford John Cribbs Feagle and Joseph Sampson : pm. Country Band the Terry's Kim- showed that no straight "A" student
+d feelings. lets a mood and provides fry band musicianship swsrd of the Navy, stationed In Key Seventh Orade Iris Hsrrell. has entered Into a try Kuiuru Kitchen Band The owned a car: IS per cent of
entertainment. He pointed out Denlese Stephens received the West and Byron Cribbs of the Jerry Herndon. and Anita Wtlk- I permanent registration .yd m Hungry Five Band and vocal selections the "B" students owned cars: 41
that the value of music after and all qualified electors registerto
small fry band leadership award. Navy stationed In New York two owned
; arson will also be featured by per cent of "CT students
/graduation Is gnat. Sheryll Bass was presented a lift stepson, Jesse and Mlchell liar. be eligible to vote In the com first grade students of Branford cars; 71 per cent of "D" students
O. H. Munch, Jr. band director, M a token of appreciation for M'-. ter of Largo. tog election School. owned cars; and I) per cent of
nted awards to several stuItents. vice to the band and Robbie Hud. Mr, Cribbs was a resident of First Rapt>> !:*! Sunday Admission will be II00 for ad- falling students owned car.
Miss, Voncelle Ooolshy was son was given recognition as be Branford for several yean and at School Ua. Mot I'EKSONALS: ults and fifty cents for students.A 1 .
presented the following award,' mg one of three students In For- "ses
the time of his death was residingIn fried chicken supper will beserved Careless playing during the first
most popular band student leadership Ida to go to the National r.F.A. Perry The Fidelia and Oolden Circle Out of own guesU attendingthe In the school cafeteria \beginning fine days of spring can keep a
award, and the annual Band convention. Wilson Funersl Home of Lake Sunday School Classes of the First homecoming at the Methodist at 6 p m. Price. will be child In a hospital bed all summer
Vtuslc award. Miss Amy Siuw I.I City was In charge of arrange Baptist Church met last Monday Church last Sunday were Mr and .It.00 for adults and fifty cents Teach your children to look both
was presented the musicianship I i at MrCrimwi'i) i ments.Mn night at the home of Mrs. J. Robert Mrs. Oene Fisher of Tallahassee.Mr for children ways before entering the street.
Odom In Branford.
and Mrs. Cecil Rowell and
Mra. James Odom was co-hos Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowell of Tren
; .. Fuel I Jones! tea for the meeting. Mrs Howell
THIS COUPON MATTRESS ton. P. K. Rowell of Madison. Mr For The Beat In
I WORTH $1.00AND rMgn Club Hootoft Walker gave the devotional. and Mrs. Roy Edwards: of) Bell
A business meeting was
Mrs. Fred" Jones entertainedher short Mrs. Pearl Dees of Mayo Wayne
; UPHOLSTERY WORK bridge club Wednesday aftr- held till of Mayo. Mrs. Mary MCCormick ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
noon at her home In Branford and Bill Hsrrell of Lake
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Thomas. Mrs. D. U Fulghum. Mrs At Magnolia; HaptUt>> and family of Tallahassee sp.!nt and
(PICK UP AND DELIVERY TUESDAY ONLY) T D. Minter, Mrs R. Griffith., Homecoming will be held at the several days last week visitingMr. SHEET METAL CO.
Mrs. A. Jack Phillips Mrs. LoSisson. Old Magnolia Baptist Church and Mrs. W, II. Thomas
TUCKER MATTRESS CO. and Mrs, J. W PUlman.I Sunday, Mar 33. A basket lunch Mr and Mrs. Leon Hatch and' 211 So. Ashley St_ Ph. 244.2DONQEQ
a I Mrs., Phillips won the per for will be served at noon and there Mr and Mrs A R Hatch attendedthe FREE -
1948 S. Jefferson St. Perry Florida high score and Mrs. Townsendwon will be an all afternoon sing. Everyone annual Western Auto Toy ESTIMATES VALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERS
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Coffee Given For Miss Linda Faye Ilmckin* I Junior; Club Installs Officers Thursday 'J'
@ft&'eeoth'WOM secretary: Mrs ', '
'n-sdayeVening the Live,Oak ponding George
r + Bride-Elect Saturday Elks Club was the setting for the Day, treasurer; Mrs. Reginald \
A coffee was given Saturday Installation banquet of the JutllorWoman's Scott and Mrs. AJ Wilson, board
from 10:30: to 11:30: am. honoring Club. Husbands of members members.Mrs. .
N Mill Betsy Bass, bride-elect of + and Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Wilson presented the gavel
Sunday, May 23, by Mrs. Clayton J Webb Mrs. V. J. Smuts, and Mr. to Mrs. Slemp and pinned the
Bass and daughters, Mrs. Fll Mc- and Mrs. J. Marvin Phillips were president's button on her
Millan Mrs. Walter Musgrove and guests of the club. Mrs. Frank Futch Jr. retiring!
Miss Rose Bass, at the home of vice president, presented
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor A blue and gold motif was car Mrs
Mrs. Musgrove on the Branford j ried out in the decorations for I Wilson with a silver tray from
Road. :ve the affair with floral arrangements club members.Mrs. .
"A Night In The Islands" Anna Miller Banquet Daisies, roses, and muma were t of white gladioli, mums, Smuts president of the
used to decorate the party rooms used on the Woman's Club closed the meeting
I( and guttered greenery
Theme For Installation Ceremony Saturday opened en suite. A massive arrangement tables. with the club creed.

Ladies of the Anna Miller Circle of the Live Oak Elks of orange gladioli accented Members and guests received a Hostesses were Mrs. Tom
Lodge entertained husbands and guests Saturday night at with yellow snapdragons corsage of white carnations. The Moore, chairman. Mrs Pll" McMillan. .
their annual banquet and installation of officers. and mum-marigolds were used on retiring officers wore white carnation Mrs. Nathan Wooley: Mrs
the stereo-vision in the living and Incoming officers Oerald Scott Mrs. Neel Cannon
The theme of the evening was "A Night In The corsages
room. In the dining room a color depicting and Mrs. Alvin Baas.
Island featuring Caribbean buffet dinner. The ball- wore corsages
a scheme of pink and green was their respective offices. U.
room was decorated with palmA, Mrs. J. A. Cason Jr, and Mrs. 1'', used. The dining table, laid with The Invocation was given by
fish nets sea shells, and greenery B. Dunn. pink linen, featured an arrangement the Rev. Mr. Webb. Girls' dub Has
A large bamboo screen providedthe Mrs E. B. Browning presided at of pink gladioli and snapdragons Mrs. Al Wilson presented let-
At
background for tables lighted the meeting and presented DavidB. accented with red roses. ters of appreciation to Louie C House Party Beach!
with white candles. The center- Eggleston, Past Exalted Ruler, On one end was the sliver coffee r Wadsworth Mayor Phillips, the Members of the Girls Club ?>i
niece waa an arrangement of dried who was master of ceremonies. service and on the other the crys- :dt City Council and Roy Slemp. Cer- Suwannee High School chapeion.
sea material and driftwood flanked The invocation and pledge to the tal punch bowl. Silver trays held Rr rk' tificates of appreciation were p'e- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ten.
by two rattan cornucopias flag was given by PER Robert miniature biscuits filled with ham ,...4.4v sented to Norman Protsman and der Jr. and Mr. and Mrs Ham
filled with foliage and shrimp Tuttle. Exalted Ruler Carl Moore and turkey, cucumbershrimpcircles Jesse Mitchell. T. Reid spent the week end ti
plant. At one end of the bufict Introduced officers of the Elks ribbon sandwiches, date Mrs. George Day: was given the Daytona Beach.
table was a split palm bud, spiked Lodge nut bars heavenly meringues, outstanding member of the year Members are Miss Judy Adam
with a dried palm blossom and Judge Reece Brown Installedthe petite fours a pineapple studded award. Mrs. Bill Burch and Mrs. Miss Betty Jo Cannon. Miss Dl
overflowing with fresh fruit and following officers. Mrs. Carl with appetizers, and a compote of C T. Balsden received diplomas ane Crews. Miss Mary Abu
vegetables In keeping with the Moore, president; Mrs. W H. Lau- salted nuts. ; j jr as graduating members of the Daniels, Miss Bobbl Davis, Mia
menu of seafood and exotic dishes. ghlnghouse, 1st vice president; Miss Bass was presented with a Nell Evans Miss Becky GUI Mia
Key lime pie was the traditional Mrs. Niels Brorsen, 2nd vice presi corsage of rosebuds and a covered ....: t, club.Mrs.. C. T. Balsden Installed the Shirley Herring, Miss Phyllli
tropical dessert.In dent; Mrs. Oneal Boatrlght, recording silver bowl. r ,, .., following/ officers. Mrs, Roy Howland Miss Conna Johnson
the circle's colors of purple secretary; Mrs. Drew Mrs. Musgrove greeted the r "\-.I Slemp president; Mrs. Rich Ca- Miss Janey: Johnson! Miss Martha
and gold was a table display featuring / Land, corresponding secretary; guests at the door. Mrs. Bass ,' pell, vice president; Mrs Ernest Land, Miss Lynn Laughlnghou
the yearbook surroundedby Mrs. Bill Rawls, treasurer: Mrs. poured coffee Miss Rose Bass pre- Sellers, 2nd vice president: Mrs. Miss Willa Lundy Miss Harriet
lighted gold tapers. Each can- David Eggleston, chaplain; Mrs. sided over the punch bowl, and : :..,ratgllAYih Pomeroy Carter, recording secretary Nobles Miss Vicki Nobles, and
dle bore the name of a past presi- Bill Wynn, inner guard; and Mrs. McMillan was floor hostess : Mrs. Mattox Ward, corres Miss Rose Marie Webb.
Mrs Cur- Mr. and Mr. Carl L. Hawkins of Branford, announce the engagement -
Special guests were
dent of the circle, Mrs. Earl De- : Mrs. Joe Davis, historian.
tis Bass mother of the bride. and approaching marriage of their daughter Unda Far,
Castro, Mrs. Delton Wilson. MM. A past president's pin was given -
V. J. Smuts, Mrs. Robert Tuttle, 1 to Mrs. Browning by Mrs. elect Mrs Andrew Bass Sr to Rodney Hall Mclnnlj, ion of Mrs. Virginia Mclnni and the late r t
I grandmother of the bride elect, C. .C. Mclnnla. also of Branford. MR. TOBACCO FARMER:
Mrs. Carlton Byrd mother of the A reception will be held In the Youth Hall of the church
I groom-elect and Mrs. NellU Beck following the ceremony All friend and relative of tilt coupleare Every: :year many: farmers face serious financial problems -
II of Palatka aunt of the bride- when their tobacco II smashed to pieces In a few sec
Invited to attend both the wedding and reception.
elect. Around forty were invited onds by: hall storms.I .
I .
Mrs. Nipper Cluh I Ionics RecentlyThe know you agree that serious thought should be given
Club to guaranteeing your Investment and your income from your
Rosemary! Pine Orove Club met April the demonstration on polishing tobacco. Why not give me a call today: and let me write a
Met At Center 26 in the home of Mrs. W. J. Nip- furniture. hall policy: for you. Financing available.
LIVE OAK FLORIDA PHONE 362-3111 The Rosemary Home Demon per, Mrs. L. F. Williams gave the Thirteen members and one visitor
Adult 50c-Children 20e-Tax Included stration Club met May 11 at the devotional and Mrs L. L. Brown were present. Farm Bureau Insurance CompaniesLEON

BOX OFFICE SUMMER SCHEDULE Community Center with 11 members led In prayer. J. GILL SR., Agent
In the absence of Miss Ida Jo Whenyou drive drive though
Saturday Opens 12:13 -Movie 1:00 and one visitor present. as Phone 362-1274 302-2677
Sunday Through Friday Opens 1C5-Movle 2:00: Mrs Jimmie Green presided over Harrison Mrs. T. P. Dclenal gave your family: was In the other_car
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gave the devotional and "A Farmer' -
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY. MAY 19-20-21
Prayer"Miss .
Ida Jo Harrison gave an
EDWARD G. ROBINSONA Informative demonstration of the This family enjoys
types of floors and the care of
BOY TEN FEET_ TALL them.
At the clone of the meeting refreshments
CARTOON indoor comfort
perfect
were served by Mrs.
SATURDAY MAY 2? Doris Black and Mrs. Ktuht. .


JOHN DREW BARRYMORE Dunn history, Immediate of the past club's president.The activitiesthe every day in the year thanks to

WAR OF THE ZOMBIES past year, with special emphasis
4 on the support and donations safer cleaner cheaper f lameSess't
given to the Harry-Anna Crippled ,
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project) was given by Mrs Bill "
THE LOST WORLD OF SINBAD Maughnn. ) reverse-cycle electricairconditioning.
CARTOON Committees for the evening
were; food Mrs. H E. Oranbrrt, '
SUNI>AY-,>MOM>TUESDAY, MAY 23-24-2S .
Mrs. Joe Davis, Mrs Niels Bror
len and Mrs Robert Tuttle: decorations I s .
BEATLES ANIMALS Mrs. Sam Koff, Mrs. f ,
Carl Moore, Mrs. W. H. Laughing
GO, GO MANIACS I house, and Mrs. Oarner Carmichael kl f COOLS In summer..WARMS In winter

; tables, Mrs. J, A. Canon, Mrs So YEAR-ROUND-RIGHT for
CARTOON NEWS V. J. Smuts Mrs. Irene Fullbrlght, 1
and Mrs Drew Land; and music, t Florida homes.What.
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.; ; tfUJftAIk un ITY -- Pine' Level I Jluggs and Skeeter I

i east MOCfiCW tttt ruts J5W t Igt HA! wtouf
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and >,a4_ AamaoltDtacg aw l u *VQorn>4io4aManmi
eornrn children were supper guests of .ulraAf t aiAMCMN/ESOuT .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson at orcMNMftSRuo J
news Madison Sunday night and attended .. f I
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services at the Baptist "
Church at Cherry Lake. .
Mrs. May Whltesell of Auburn.
Beachvillc dale was house guest of Mr. and t
Mrs. L. P. Fortner for two weeks I
Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen .
Rev. P. E. Day of Lake City Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and and daughter, Clara of Live Oak
tilled his appointment here Sunday .I daughters. Debbie and Angela ofJacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes 4Diereganl
had good services and had and Mr. and Mrs Friday night.
baptismal service at the Itch.I Otto. Townsend and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were
tucknee River Sunday afternoon I Martnelle. of, Lake City wereguests business visitors In Perry Monday
when Rev. Day baptized ten. nine I of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tld-: Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes and
from here and one from hit well last week end and to be with Mrs. Harry Lepper visited Mrs ----_.
church at New Hope near Bell. the ladles' brother and sister-in- Bashle Purjrear in Branford Sun. 25.000 Specift AvailableWildFlower affinity for certain metals eal1evn i
Death
Al/e Kenneth Tidwell and Mn.Tidwell .I law. Al/e andllr.. Kenneth Tid day afternoon. Mrs. Puryear has Indicate the presence ol Brings!
and daughter Brenda, art' well.Rev. 'been In St. Luke's Hospital for minerals. Scientists of the U 3 "There ought to be a law
guest of his parents. Mr. and I' Marlvn Odom filled his several days but is at home with Gardening Sends Man Geological Survey and the Atomic against such killings." We've all
Mrs. W. H. Tidwell. This U Kenneth's appointment with the Deep Creek. her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Energy Commission discoveredthat heard this said about traffic
first visit. in nearly three i Advent Christian Church near and Mrs. Wlndon Waiter lit New Grows horsetails often grow clone deaths. Well there are laws designed .
years and Mrs. Tidwell's first visit: Lake City Sunday. Branford. Hunting Species; Hobby to gold lodes; poison vetches may to save the lives lost Intraffic
to Florida Kenneth has been stationed -: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Csson andson Mr. and Mrs. William Moore point to a uranium field. CVologlsts -. accidents. But It's failure
A breed of hunter is the
at a U. 8. A. C station in I Donald visited her mother. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore Washington new prowling found three copper deposits: on the part of motorists to respect
Maine. I Mrs. A. M. Green of Lake City Saturday night. fields and woods armed with trowel, spade and basket.I In Sweden by searching areas these laws that lead to death. injury
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uagan of Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Portner vU- The object of the chase : wild flowers. where copper mosses flourished. and property damage. Failure
Largo were guests of Mr and Mrs II'' Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom were lied Mrs. Julia Lepper Sunday af. Wild-flower gardening has grown *o popular that I The spread of civilisation 1s, to come to a complete halt at stop
Clyde Odom Saturday night. Mrs business visitors In Uve Oak Sat. ternoon. several nurseries sell nothing but hard-to-find wildflower making wild flowers less abun.! signs failure to signal that lane
John Barn and daughter Lola.'I urday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hayes and 'seeds and plants. Special gardens dant. The poppy, the state flower change that turn made from or
I of Branford were guests of the I II Mr.and Mrs. C.C. HemphlU and children of Cross City spent the created by hobbyists range from Wild flowers ban be a ready. of California was once so plenti to the wrong lane to save a coupleof
Odoms Sunday. son Wayne of Gainesville and week end here with Mr. and Mrs.J. elaborate eight-acre plots with I source of food medicine and bread dye.American ful that Spanish sailors! called Ran minutes all show disregard
! A. Slngletary and Mr and Mrs. mist nossle for "climate condi Indians made Francisco Bay the "cup of gold",. for traffic laws.
from the roots of the Jack-In-the.
tioning" to modest window boxes. Today, San Franciscans mustresrch
B. P. Haves. '.
pulpit brewed lid, slippers for,
Mrs. Lucille Olive and daughter The seasonal displays of wild out secluded area to find states picking specific wild flowers
fever remedies, and obtained coloring
<<
: STUMP BROTHERSCash Marilyn visited Mrs. Harry flowers are a major attraction In for war paint from the: wild poppies, Is Illegal. The penalty for digging
Lepper Saturday afternoon.Mr. many national parks and forest. bloodroot. The ubiquitous dlnd..1 Organisations such as the WildFlower up the rare salt bush or desert
s and Mrs. J. P. Tool end areas. Here the plants are vigilantly Preservation Society. are holly In Nevada l Is a 1500 tineand
lion has yielded medicine from Its
Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs., protected but wild. lowerpilgrimages six months In Jail.
working to
son save American w.ld
roots, vitamins from the leavesand
& Materials organised regularly .
Carry Building Drew Holmes were business visitors are wine from the flowers. Wild flowers and encourage the enloy-
In Valdosta Saturday moraine. to enhance public enjoyment of plants have been used to make mentor their beauty. In many I Of flee fliip lle. at Mecrlh.arsl
Mrs. B. P. Hayes and Mrs Mae them.
Phone 242-5566 chewing gum candy and pottery-
Some 25.000 species of wildflowers
Portner visited Mr and Mrs. Rufui
in the United Slates, mending cement.During .
300 S. Patterson Street Baxter Thursday. grow
Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent the National Geographic Society World was II when NOTICETo
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Sunday and Sunday night with says These Include the cohonh kapok was scarce life preserver
Misses Louise Pare and JocelIa"1. bugbane, spotted 8t-Johns-wort, I stuffed with the buoyant pods of
striped plpslssews. butter-snd- the milkweed saved countless I lives
4 x8 x 14" Interior Plywood 2.50 Mr and Mrs. Richard Andrea eggs toadflax, scarlet pimpernel Certain wild flowers, by their Tobacco Growers
Per Sheet ............................................ $ and sons of Bradenton an spendIng wlngstem monkeyflower. alna\\!'.
several days with Mr. and Mn headed pusiytoes. virgin's bower 12 Inch Flues
4 x 8 x V Interior PlywoodPer 6.10 Norman Anders. and the four-lesf looaentrlfe. Using

Sheet ............................................ Mr. and Mrs. Jewel hays and It Is sometimes difficult to dl. If you wr born in ,
children of Live Oak were dinner tlngulsh a wild flower from a May of an odd.
Full Thick InsulationPer guests of Mr. and Mrs.' B. P Hayes weed. Native asters may be a pest

M ............................_.................. 42.00 Sunday and attended service at and therefore a weed to farmers numbered year, renew NO ORDERS TAKEN
but a beloved plant to the field
Pine Level Church. your drivers license
Rev. Charles Johnson and naturalist When a wild flower or JUNE
WI Treated Sheathing tr AA .1 AFTER 10th
weed ls brought Into the Arden.It this month.
per M .........?..........."__.-....... 4D.UU mother Mrs. Rosa Johnson of to be wild.
technically
Perry were dinner guests of Mr. ceases
and Mrs. J. P Tool. Sunday. Colonial settlers considered the I Reece BrownCOUNTY Suwannee Sheet Metal WorksS.
4 8 3/8" Sheetrock
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1 1.49 Mrs. L. P. Portner visited ilrc dahlia a weed until It was transplanted
Per.Sheet .................._......".............. Lore Head Saturday afternoon. to Europe, Improved by
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crossbreeding, and returned as a Oak
),Ir. and Mrs. H. M. Moore' visited
Common Nails 9.50 Mr and "''rl. H. P. Milford favorite garden specimen.
Per Keg ......._.._..._.._"......."...." Tuesday. -
Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Keeling awhile

Key N Knob Lock .........._..?.."..............". 4.25Bird Saturday afternoon.Mr .
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23S Ib. Asphalt Shingles Auburndal were dinner guosts el. .
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Mrs MM returned .
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I 12" x 12" Plain Celotex Ceiling Tile a1o I Mr.night and Mrs. II. M. Moore vis-

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H PAGE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 20, 1965


I THE OLD HOME TOWN _va__ By STANLEY by the Weather Bureau is to develop I
And Activities From I an early-warning and com fl fire

'mEN i munication system to alert the r.fIin ,
I RECREATION CENTERBy Hff HAS 19 BE TH fl i YFAN public, especially: at times when M BILL BEBO-
BAt CAUSE
HIS HAIR GUY ISNEVEWCOMBEO ILL FIX HIM, moat people would not be listening BIG FISH... And the record catches
ANC6oD to their radios or watching
ROY SULLIVAN, Director IM FASTQN'IH'DI2AW television SALTWATER

The Life of Qa Softball team turned the tables on Suwannee : Weathermen were once forbid .l '; 2,664 LBS. AuS a .LlA

continued their winning ways this Funeral by winning the second den to mention tornadoes for fast
past week as they downed Advent game 12 to 11. of causing a panic. Now they Jan "
Christian by a score of six to three STANDINGS eSGW say that a tornado 1s likely to ) 56 1,780165. Oj UNAjNARUN
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and North Florida Telephone five May 13 form In a certain 000-square- ..._ .. : :
to nothing Suwannee Funeral Won Los C mile area, their current task is to

came through at the last momentto Suwannee Funeral a tSowannee whittle down the forecast area .JS601.8S. PERU
Advent Christian 11 to 10 Eventually, when weathermen
beat Pack 4 S
but lost to North Florida Tele- Vann'e Golf 0 7 r know the exact causes of a tornado .._-----------_.-

phone 18 to 2. Games for May 20 have Suwannee they may be able to prevent )
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SWORDFISFI I 1,182165
its formation, possibly by a
STANDINGSWon Pack going against Suwannee : :
Lost Funeral and Vanns Gulf taking cloud-seeding technique ______ ____ _._
A tornado is born several thousand -
LGa 11 2 on the winner. On May 24, 8u
feet above the ground It may AN 977 u s.
AC 8 5 wannee Pack takes on Vann Gulf BTU, NOVASCOTA
never touch the earth, or Its spin
NFT 5 8 and the winner plays Suwannee
ning funnel may bounce along the
SFII 11 Funeral L
ground, leaving some areas unscathed
Schedule for Friday has LOa FRESHWATER
in the path of destruction.
VS AC at 7:30: and SFH vs NFT A tentative program for the H,T 360 LRS. IDAHO
Generally a tornado travels no e
at 9:111.: Dames for May 25 have summer In and around the Recreation SMALL STUFF :: -
more than 20 to 40 miles, though
LOa vs NFT and AC vs SFH Center has been formulated ... .
.w wx.r m.wn Y --- some have gone 300.
by Miss Faye Driver who will i The worst twister on record __jI_(AWE R :z.79L8%*TEXAS
In woman's Softball last week conduct the program. The pro. killed
f39 and injured 1980 persons
Suwannee Pack squeezed past will begin June 7 end --
gram on Better Radar Being Used in the Midwest in 1925.
Vann't Gulf In slugfest that will week week
a vary by according
Every state has been hit at one CATFISH97LBS.. 5.PAKOTACHINOOK.
wound up 22 to 21. Suwannee to the size of the groups and the
time
Weather Scientists See Tornado or another. But some states
Funeral Home than took on su. Interest shown
get more than their share Texas -- -- ---
wannee Pack and won 7 to 4. After The program for June 7 thin
averages 28 each year, Kansas 28, :
two days rest Suwannee Funeral June 11 will find these activlt'e! Control Within Man's CapabilityWashington and Oklahoma 24 Tornadoes ) l8 92LBS.a COLUMBIAMUSKIE BRITISHSALMON
tore Vanns Gulf defense up scheduled:
strike in the United States more
as they hit their way to a 31 to 1 10:00: to 11:00: a.m. Spec'a! believe that ------ -
Meteorologists man may than elsewhere, but they also have
victory Suwannee Pack then activity for children In the :::::: :
the destructive and
someday be able to thwart tornadoes occurred In Canada, Africa, Central NEW YORK
freakish storms that have caused heavy loss of life in the Asia, Australia, and New Zealand _
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spring fo 1965. .

BEST HOUSE PAINT The current twisters have driven planks- like spears- puss.o..ununu..tau..w.....uuu..n..u..u..u.uu..u..1o
through solid masonry walls. A
winds moving perhaps 400 or more
black-top road In Michigan wa I
rolled back as if It were a rug miles an hour, the National Geographic !
Ordinary wind-measuring devices Society say. But a new and Sell Shelled Corn
are smashed by tornadlo type of radar called the Doppler Buy .

YOU CAN Buy system will soon enable research I
scientists to measure for the first
and under
eighth grade time the fantastic speed of par..
11:00: a m. to 12:00: noon -
tides caught up In the dark, rotating -
Etiquette classes limited to -
funnels of the storms
girls desiring this knowledge. ,.N.
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1:00: to 2:30: p.m. Arts and Weathermen cannot yet pre. AND INSURED
diet exactly when or where a .
Crafts children of all ages
deadly cone of wind will burst
Monday and Tuesday.
from the clouds and '
1:00 to 2:30: p.m. Clay Modeling scythe across
children of all avis the countryside However, a certain i GRAIN

Wednesday, Thursday and combination of conditions
fIIAMB appears indispensable for a tor-
ERWIN Friday.
nado's formation: moist, warm air BONDED
1 1 4:00: p.m. Friday Special
event bubble blowing contest. at low levels and cool, dry air at .

OfpROfMlON HOUSE PAIN1 Each week In this column the higher levels, a southerly wind at
YEARS I
liVES the surface and a strong wind STORAGE
will
schedule for the week ahead I
blowing over It from a different
[ be announced. Some special events direction.
eswooo.u" +i6je to get ready for will be: tall tale
contest, doll show, talent show, During the past few years, meteorologlsts .. -
stunt day, mock Olympics, and have had increasing
swim show. success in detecting tornadoes and s Dealers In

HOUSE Next week all teams In the little screens following, their progress on radar Phillips "66" Anhydrous Ammonia

I S'Wp. "If we had enough radars,"
and minor league will be selected says
PAINTBrushes and team practice sessions/sched- Or. Jerome Spar, director of Agrico Fertilizer
uled to get ready for league open.. meteorological research for the U
ins during the week of June 7. S, Weather Bureau in Washing Bulk
on easy.Covers un1formt,. The Babe Ruth League will be :delayed ton D. C., "wt could observe IYI" ? or Bagged
Dries tough flexible. Shed dirt until enough bon how to ry tornado In the country." -
and! weather. Slretchosthe I encourage the selection of teams To collect data about tornadoes t .

t. .between palming years f boys'Other time activities at present are taking and up when the weathermen Severe attached Storms to Laboratoryon the Bureaus See Us For Your Seed Needs--


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the violent thunderstorms with

West Howard St Phone 362.3075 No dance Is scheduled for this which tornadoes are associated
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I week end. Over 135 attended the "The big problem is to understand *
dance last Saturday night I the dynamics of tornadoesand
ultimately to predict them," SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION
says Dr Spar Over the last five
years we have succeeded in d*,-

No road? UI factory eloplng model a somewhat of what more environ aaU,. North Houston St.

mental conditions are assoclawl : Phone 362-3596 i/4 Mile North of :

with tornadoes But a good deal : At Night 362.1 164 Livestock '
more work needs to be done." Market ;

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WuURSDAY. MAY 20, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN


I II Wa .... a ro.rd kr law aa4 the ...., il .. >*4 rvfrlrarator; a1., awed Court and roo irs ,rxiulrx) BOARD OP COUNTY COMS1UMIONERJaUWANNEE
; ResolutionThe Court ..*,.. fully n4rl4i Clot) Cm Ik. poruoMl ,......,. .... to **n* a oopy *f yr Aaiwvr PUadIHBMI : : COUNTY. FLORIDA
I IT 18 ORDERED AND ADJUDGED furabklntai. ,. Iko iWpialnt upon ,... Plain' CURTIS a. HUMPHRIES, Ckoarman
MIIURIIIIIBy that said! will k. aa4 t... .... la krkylafactorllr H [A AI members of the Suwannee pat_. Lt lot,... tta. *a4 funHakun. loralk.A P. O. Boi III, LI.. Oak, Plorlria.an4 LAVA.UOH A. SM8IONS, dork
waste lam t. lid aaM Lnwlon B.Stma. .". tllo' tk* ortolnal In Ik* off!** *f Ik* ll-tl
.. County Education Associationwish the KxMulor ."... hi .... Will II**.** ......" will its requited. to ... Clark of Ik* Circuit Court, Ruwannr*
to their appreciationto upon kla toklni an4 (ukaerlkinc tk. .ompoar suit hid m (C.) an4 lk. ran Oaualy. Florida l.lro 0.... ....'101.. *nor IN THE COURT OP THE COUNTY
LESTEB 1. COIXMAN MA express spats sash .. ........ .,... ... hI..I.1' ; aa4 (.) Ik* *roaoloto I hate* Ik. 4tk 4a* of J..... A. D. ..... JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY.
the committees of the Parent- This Order wand tr tJ.. Oak, FVor-. poraoaal property aa4 fvrtiUkInn. If you oaro la *......, Ito aam *,...- FLORIDA.N PRORATE
Teacher Associations of the Branford Ida on April I*. A. D., IMI. A...... .._" will kw raulr4 wise Ik* .Il'. ..1...... of Ika ComplalnlIkla IN KKl!: '=.te.. ol
These */ REBCB: BROWNOnunty .. kid. wi (kl" p.rannal. prop will, it. aha .s anh..d t/ MARCUS P. SIMS
Are Your Questions Live Oak. Wellborn. McAlpln. Ju4*.. Suwanna M--'r. shla. rob Kick Ml Den. s.d Onl.ro5 I. 1.1.. .t'rlo'iel.: ..*.
and Clayland Schools, and the eo..." Florida will : for :uk. Tk. drairne4 re.r 101k oay of April, A. D. IMI.Ijirauikn T. All CrWItora stead Pcraoo* Hn*.>s
1t-1 .. .. Its rink la r.tel all .Id.. Rid. A. Hmkina. CUIma .. Do....... A......' SuM Ealoloi
IS heart disease classified Suwannee County School Board will to Bc .ptr4 or rejected wilts tklrt (REAL) Oork of Circuit. CourtKuwnnn You sod rah of you ar* koraky ootkflad
according leak and burn the patient Citizen's Advisory Committee for IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Una!.. eflr Ik.. anonlnc ar.4 ...dl.. .. County. ,...,.". ..d nxiulr4. t. ......... nay .......
to leveritjr? Wrap the bag In a flannel IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY of Ik.. final ..... Sid form may k. oktelar4 By l Lillian H.dlord, D. C. .... damaada wkltk.. you, or oltkar. ofou.
The American Heart Association cloth before applying It to the outstanding service to the children FLORIDA. IN paO.A TL from tk* uadralcn4.. IM mar lone acalaat tk* was ofMaraua
of Suwannee County. IN RE The Eatelo of Tk.. real I property will k. MM fre* sod D. Him., 4oroa>.4 isle of a4!
has divided heart disease patient's body.Remember C T. BAKKR. star. of all ..*..'" e4 tk. perrknaer will CALL FOR BIDS i County, ta Ika Caunly J.II. of Buwan.no .
into four categories. Physiciansbase that the skin of These groups have worked long -...... k. furnl>k4 wltk. M ........, ef 1111 .*. .. ...d. will k* _*lv4 ky In. County., ,........, al kla.. affln. In tk.
and diligently In assessing and NOTICE TO CRFDITORS .h...... foal 1111 I* la h.....yc these classes on the capacity the sick patient may be far T. All Cro4lton .... Poioooa Help .urrknarr.Tk. ('0."'". ......"' .. at lla plar. olwanno '.....d.. Wltkla aia ..10..... white from
of a patient to perform more sensitive and delicate than delineating the educational needsof CI.1. or 0...... A...... Sow I.,.... papule may to ...._,.. IF. County', Florida. at I'. ..10.. ofkm. Ika ,..... .f tk. flral puklleilMNi of Iklanollro. .
activities. the children of our county. The Yu ... ark of you ar* .....ly noilfl4 tmtUrtln cither. .f th. .......1...... ..*, Llr 0.. Florida" at 11 '0* ....lm>liA Two aoplM of Mk. rmlm. or 4..
ordinary thai of the person who tests aa4 i* Class I Includes those who are the bar for heat After the bagIs fruits of their labors are already pad 4rmnn4a which ,.... *r .11.... .t you. 5SPIVKY M. liRA II""" 1111. al whirls. lima sod |>.lara all hid.will Ika Pius. ef ralda and pal offko nd4r .
able to for becoming manifest at Pine View may ka. ** acalnal Ik.. ....I. of C. T. It-l ... pukltely. onrn.4 and road shod I *>. of the ells.end stall. k* won
carry on applied a few momenta, Dakar, ._..... ..,. of a4 County. lo for on. II) trurk haul. motor andfram la ky Its .lalmaat. kl* aa-aot. or al
ordinary physical look at the underlying akin and and. If fully carried out. will help Iko County. Ju4>. of Huwaan. CouatyFlorida INVITATION TO BID sod runnln' trar as flmwaO : tora.r pad ammpanl4 .1t fllln* fa*
note It there Is place Suwannee County's educational al kla. oTfk. In Ik. court koua NOTICE I l kereky 'leu Ikat Ik* Pit* V.W. --- llo Ika. of ana dollar 04 ..,10 rlalm or demand
activitywithout
of
any area unusual of aa>4 County al U.. Oak, Florida of Llv OBI. Florida, will accept cea>:*4 Whult.s.-- In.Knilna not a* fll4. ....11 k. old.
discomfort redness. If so, the bag system among the best In wither' ala *. **.... montka from Ik. kid. up to Mar la, 10.1 Till P. M. atwhlrk til .... In, f'11....... LAWTON E. SIMS
Is too hot the state. llm .f tk* r,... Bukllralkin of tklaao time I all ode receded. will to op. Ail Front ..'"* Ik*. modlfl4. I A. .iMMtor .. Ik.. I.I will
[I ,..... Each rlolm .. ....on. shell k* Inwrltlnr. a4 *n4 road .10.u4 for furnlaklns. tk. koam.Alia sod T*>taml of II...... D.
Class II Includes The temperature of the water We urge every citizen\ of Su In ...'1....... and shall. alal* ''ollowlreiInciall' Rap tl,tot ,h.. tlnilr kypo4Tlmpklna .., 4*.*aa4
those should not be higher than ISO: wannee County to support the Ik* Pita, of :: :'' a Minimum' .1 TIC feel t. a ('..*.. ...1
a44r aa of tko I'.r".i. it.rases ...1"' .. of ||*. feet. of ( larknanltar |tatlry II .I ll. M Plata. II amp
who have the degrees Fahrenheit recommendations and plans now ,. .hlit.. ...1.....'. hl ...., to' V. C. acwcr line/ lo a. mini, Bralaa. Parlilnt fit* Inlarnalranal IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
discomfort of under consideration for the continued ttrny. and any aurk elks or 4man mum .." of 0 foci lo a mailman .h... draw Irp. JUDGE IN AND FOR SUWANNFC
not a* filed I ikall k* aid) of II feel. Including creealn S-il ....... ....lo Hydraulic with COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
shortnessOr. What fruits are considered to benefit of all our children. aLIUIRR: BAKERMmlnlitratnr II........ Bcwor material 1 |* .k. Vaauum lIt... ll".." It.*.. IN UK: Tk* Ratal ofMARCUS
Col nAa) of breath and have laxative effects? Suwannee County furnlekcd to Ike. toceeeeful "'..... I4"ittk-..nl.Clulrk l>. SIMS! ,
Prunes tl DAVID KAKERAd.lslatnsor Alao ,. .kalld four and net aare4. H'drk,'ll sells. II"-1I1.5 |l.r.a..4
In the Education
pain rhubarb figs dates Association ala maakalea for acid line ..._.. .a. In.Cooling NOTICE: OF PROBATE
[ chest with ordinary activity. raisins, apples. pineapple and .. .... fal /..01.. to faralak all material.* II..'.. -- II "I., Four kl4 TO AIL riCK: 'lNS INTKRkllTKD: IN
for oxankele. *. 1.". If 4iamtr.Pul THC KMTATK OF SAID DKCRDKNTtY :
These patients are only slightly oranges have mild laxative Canl Of Thanks NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALK Complete ._Irlr.t....... sod .t.... con Tank -- In.Id. from, I* Calla ..* .......* ntlfl4 that. a writ.Ian .
I limited In activity. qualities.The Nntte I* krkr (I.** shut. I. Duh.MtCslllsl.r .It..... sap to ktaln4 ., tk.. city ......It,. lnitrmnl ?'aurporlln lo k* tko
Class IH are those habit and dependence To all our friends and the Bran- I M Rit.rltf .t 8>_,*.. Clerk. Office. Tka City" reeenm tk. CI.....*'.. -- I* ."' .. Sop wall, low I ait Will sod Tratamcat all 4oa*.
on
patients ford. Trenton. Chlefland. and Bell Count*. F........... In a4 1, *lni>. cor put lo rejert any and all kid.. -IS.Shwah Cool Kai lag ndmlli4 I. ........t. m
[ who are comfortable at rest laxative drugs deserves a word thai rta I. ..*..Hon ...<... mt of Its VKUMAR HUNTER, Prcaldanl. Ah.'..... Front only, Ikla Courl. Ya. aiw karky aommn4o4wlikln
I but who have symptoms of pain of caution. Some people have a Fire Departments also the ambulance Ctrrvlt Court .. !>*>*! County florldawkorvln Clly Ceuarll ofHARVEY 11.,1...., front I..* Ik. vaiwoll. ., ala raln4ar I mootka from Its
that stood by for ayone that AllanU M...11... C"ikt Com. L1.. 010.. Florki. 11'.1.... roar -- 4.IM I''". .*....lly .".. dale of Ik. tI.., oakllallo. of Ikla n*.
(and shortness of breath with misconception about "regulary pan,. a Gortl Corporation, trxllri aMt AnllltTI: salhnp.l.s.I Irr. .. ap*.ar ra Ikl 10 Court nn4 ikow
(slight exertion The activity of and become dependent on needed It. also the Branford Police < .ln. kualam. In Ik. SUM of Florida a. W. PERRY Rlrln Hlandanl.Tronaml.mn rasa, If nay you ran, wky. th..1I..
and all those who diligently Florida. VaakM ('......,. la Pl.lnlirfa4 Clq Clr1 W..... T-/iH. Four of Ice Court U a4mlltln aaM will loprokal
so
1 these patients Is greatly limited. laxative drugs. Hack A. WII_. Jr, dolor kualnraaa 11.1 spud forward, ere r*.*ra*. aku4. n"l ..... ........*..
Class IV Includes those who There are definite reasons worked In removing furnitureand wasps an4 p....,. fa 4rn4anl .kf Tlr... Mia l-tl !.. ply tA.I..a, RKF.CE: ItnnWNCOHBI
fighting the fire, the only way 01,1..5 that. orals )udr..nl a suit.II. IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT Wkla ..*.. Illi a..4 ana tlr Ju4a .......*
(cannot carry on any physical and times for laxatives. : .i .
.rd .1 Ds.al CasmM Florid.. OP SUWANNEK **rrlr, c. .... PlorMn. ..
{activity without discomfort I The only way to understandone's we can say thanks Is that God ..... ...... ap.s ad .11\ .51.. .... solo. IN Sit Tko Kctat: COUNTY af FLORIDA. Wh>4.kn. .>M wlpar Klt:" .,a, pml.Tko .*.!
bless each and one who had a.d ..11 a IM. tlhal.. end sod tiddnew 1t..1,. M. ... Iles pw
bowel I every R.
of these have own
particular problem
Many patients s.sr..hl
,..h al tkc from data of In* Courtrlooae housed ,....1.. sod .......
symptoms even while at rest Is by discussion with a part i In Live Oak. Suwanae County.Florida. NOTICE TO CREDITORS .lshuillo. has .1. .ta. ..,. Is sew
These classes often overlap. physician. Jesse and Ida Sanders I. ..tI."/ ..Id Judtcmenl Bad All creditor, of Ik. Ratal. of E:..lr* .h..... n4* for aorrlro hkl.... muillo ATIILKTK'S: FOOT GKRMt
...,. on June T, u... durln.* the .boil N. 1_., ... ..., ., ,,"' ruulro4 for maklaf. art HOW TO
KILL
e i exact classification\ depends Each Individual can vary Paid Notice tan ef aale the r........* .*......... > required, ,*.* flits are clalma"'"* allldad 4 ...".*.. Tk. konkmnkll. may ... eaa nil' n.I .
ntirely on the judgment and from regularity to Irregularity a .........L.15KtSCSubl.C.1dWl/ .*... whirl Ika* w.hen ere .or..1.*., 4a* .. ,.Id.* .. tI......'. T.>aro (la- OM IIOVR.T4l .
SWS .... aatale: .la ,... office .. Ik. fount Imo, 1.1.. Oak. Fk-rMa.. )N* klila. pol *<
Observations of the attending and even to "regular Irregu In 1940. one farmer producedfood I of PItS .*4 SRt.C. SRH: of kW.t.n Judo* .1 Suwaano Couat*. FlorMa, In **l. era Imta tn4 data will k. *.*. mail ilnp tk. (I'." ... kuralnijor
hyslclan.Is larity. for IS people. Today. he Is C..11 m Tawnaklp. .. Ruth of .... eaurlkouc. al U.. Oak, Florida .......... / >*ur /a kork al aay 4rs .Ion.
I nan II Mat. ..........* Cuss, wltkln all calendar ........ from Ito. oat Tko H..*r4 of Povnl r.I........* "la I I* S dais l.fo"l 4 kla Ntuak' *
Physicians usually\ try to discourse producing food for :37 people. florl. **. roalalalnt' l<* sera alt.1R .. of Ike. flrat puklkatlmi.. ..fhis .......*. rar.. Ika. rlckl. lo ....., an* and all .55. Tit. walrk HEALTH akin ...
there a proper way to prepare cverconcenlratlon on *SA... Back claim. or ._aa4 w..l to In w./Sitar klda ... t* wai** fitrmalltlr *n4 raaHtrvrlla ,( _.1 NOW ., UVR OAK I'SUO CO.
DUES MrTALI.IIITril Hktrlff sod lo award tIC, In koal loot....., lol lnrs ....,
bowel mnal elate Ike plar of .....1.... I, DRUG lit Ja>
a hot water bart regularity.While .. Coualr. af Bawann ,...,. ...,...... I
*** Florida **4 peat office e44reea ef ,,,. ...,......, ** ,
The proper way Is the safe Dr, CoJmMM eewnot Public Notices al 1 and ..., to pars ,. .ky Ik.. ........t.

ay. Water bags that are too itoVrieke to answer '*" ",,II.J IN TUB COUNTY JV r.I'1 COURT' as..slit kM as1. er kli attorney, ec II will k*;

pot or too heavy may defeat biters, he trill Nt readers* II AND FOR 1UWANNIK (COUNTY hid In 4uplkaie.amrdlae. t* t..sd star
IM THE COURT OF THE ('OUNTY.IUrw:1I rtORIDA. IN rHOSATl
heir comforting purpose. questions <.* r.6a cobim .._**- IN AND ron SUWANNfECOUNTY. IM a. Tk f.lal. ofLlllY knits P, RaoaaKieeuter ,
: ef ,... W111.5Ile
The bag should not contain eta? possible .114 acton they I IN nil TIle. ,It.FLORID...* .. IN rROVATE. n-o.HALL...)I.CUI.LOCIS.NOTICE ':.. ,. M. It_.. --...1|
Ir. Expel the air by pressure are ., ,nerol faferesl. AdJrtuyour MARCUS D. SIMS. OF SALE ,

fore securely corking the b.... leffrr te Dr. CetenMn bit Doroaar4.OH NOTira-: HEMEHV iiivrN stet ik. IN THE COURT or THE COUNTY !
MR OF rtOBATETk krn 4artk4 .. .
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be held at Camp O1>no lunch. Dinner will be served at Will. aa4 Toalomool ....lrm**. ....wpfow4 I _.... ..*.* II F.... Vasa; may..ka.>.* N.1.acaln.l.. ea.wd Ike eatI ha .5 efMM
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FIRST GRADE PUPILS

FOR FALL, OF IMS

IN ALL SUWANNEE

it COUNTY SCHOOLS for permitting us to make a


regtstrstlon of puplU pUn.nln .

to enroll In the first grade FREE HOME AIR CONDITIONINGand

for U.. fall IMS semester' will\ lake

place for a peril of five dH.

from June 7 thru June II. Ifii.; HEATING SURVEY

1611! under policies adopted by the

t / Board of Education. Parents or
comma con
guardians may reiUb pupils dill over /T1IMI tea?

Ins this period at trw. school *(

their ,hole..
-j. TTM principal of the school w

I ,.,. which application hall been mad

L r t will be rtsponslble for Iranamlt-
,"
Mon of Ute Initial AsnJinmtnl.
p.N ..
form lo the County rVhool Bred

t r-,S e"" for ." .-11\1. If the Hoard' tone' I
"
[("I td' ... not awiin a child to ths school

..; f"ft \ to which the parent iiprew.d a wINAu
,
,
F Saw, &. bre.. of t' ... "j pnferpnr. otrrtro (OM11CMtOM0lNlle
I.t,!,t/l I tel,.,... the partnl will b* notlf.dIn
w,95ik ; :, r sufficient lime la make srtother .

chic of ...tIooIA.In .

-- -- event of ..*crowding, Milrnmenu <

a j will be made wtUy it

0 nerd to rat*, eofcw or ralUri*! $ '

t. M r MI.. eA '0 a A jI "" .In. and pflortlr In sssl. .nnweita O95

will be glT.n U thOM puipls wh\

pre ck...( l. the sthnol. Th -

who are rejected because of .vri -

I i crowding" win be notifrfd and .n-r* TWO nus

mitud to make an effective chofc- UNITS m INSTA11AT10N

ef another. school.
The ho4ce I* ranted U the ONLY and ductwork

parent or guardian and the child.T ii/ooir TUMS

/*cr..m. pfirrrtpato and e/hwtMhool
I pf oortfrH$ sic IxH permitted for 10TH 23,000 BTU electric air cerxlltlonlnf/

I 10 a4W. i9jmmT or thrr. and 70,000 BTU LF-Ooi furnace

wise. mfhpTTkte the dmFUlan; nor

spend $3000 and not get. err o. rwa,, vtQ school pofsonrwl either favorer let*! *.. MMMMMt sew*. >**/ a ..,., sit( I..aNI....

why should you I penalise eMWJrm B XUM of the and |taJri| if..*.. fee yew ...... Theseuode.1 f.mfle.

r'- .... relvbif lyn* ,11.epMy ,.rtwf .rod ,..,., enley.Mg .

a magnificent new Mercury- IM L1 Chudt el r** pve-rtflstefed' t. every lit *l ptnltwld ally wUfwren h.1.Vos 'erfr.l alt.
Ilp Wig mar be WVrUf-d II Uk
efAMU n etee *. rid,stit tH'Id' ."tl NhsI.
UUe
school of Ukrir ,.... tn
you shouldn'tlTHE I S l/ and IT. I.... twuawdi'autr .. fit**)*) M ,../ Mal l hl it", rC4: r::::. ...*., ./

prtor U Uv ev.*,.um e< IM yew .....

ran INS i.....,. but' Orrt "., r.

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FORD PLACE te these who ee.fet4Mef

Pi i'OR'' COMPANY M the Bprta 4 P'doi' Gr en'. Fuel of Florida Corp.

RATLIFF J IIEXK. )/ rOlN)). 41pt.
FLORIDA n.- :M2.I1I2 100 Gut ..and Seat

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PAGE FOURTEEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 ,. I

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A JH4iJe \ Try New Containers Funeral Services THE; OLD HOMETOWN Y/MrOM By STANLEY .,\. ,


': WASHINGTON \' National Geographic Magazines For Mrs Kent


Go Abroad In Huge ContainersWashington Held \ 14 i J h
MARCH OF EVENTSCITY May OOO/
The United States Postoffice is experimenting -'
OF WASHINGTON CAPITAL WANTS RIGHT Funeral services for Mrs. Annie
with giant steel containers that be
can packed
I May Murdock 88
who died
Kent. ,
MUST "BUY AMERICAN" TO GOVERN OWN SELF with mail and shipped across the continent, oceans, and
May 7, were held the following / YEAH ITS OLD
By HENRY CATHCABT international frontiers without any handling of the con. Sunday at 3:00: pm in Siloam CUT'BOURBQNIII
Central Press Washington Writer tents. Methodist Church with the Rev. ON TH' ROCKS ,
The first such shipment, In 1415 STILL JUST,
TrrASHINOTON+ -It you think the officials of your city or Paul Newman and the Rev. Mar- fill BLEW UP;
February, 1983, held 80,000 poundsof ,
VV vin Odom officiating. Intermentwas
town have difficulties In making necessary purchases,
imagine the problems faced by the Washington, D.C., National Geographic Magazines in the church cemetery with
govern ,
ment being sent to members of the National mJlm the Wilson Funeral Home of Lake r irs:

Washington, as a part of the federal establishment, must Geographic Society In the City in charge of arrangements. f t
British Isles. The Society has Mrs. Kent was a life long rest
obey federal laws in all thlnrlncludlng making purchases of
needed Items. There Is a law requiring the 108,000 members there. I IWOWIIOWHE dent of Suwannee County where
government to "Buy American" unless the The Post Office Department II ,' FELSII she lived with her husband the cflj: _
American producer' price is more than 23 sending the May Issue of National late J. M. Kent on a farm near
per cent higher than a comparable offering Geographic to Hawaii, New Wellborn. She had resided with ,,.
by a foreign concern. Zealand and Australia as well as her son, William R. Kent, during
So It was when the Washington govern to the British Isles, in container. the past 18 years. She was a member -
ment asked for bids on 11,500 pounds of cod The Society has 16.500 membersIn of the Evergreen Baptist
fish needed to supply the city' institutions Hawaii, 26,500 In New Zealand, II :-a Church. BACK ROADFOIKS .>tyWIIr
for a two-months period. Up until then, all\ and 65,000 In Australia. I .y SUrvtovrs include four daughters / IM. j/
responses to such bid invitations had come Postmaster General John A. Mrs. Julia Oolden of Ta-
from foreign suppliers through local firms. Oronouskl said the February vares. Mrs. Vera Smith of Orlando -
:: Thus, the "Buy American" limitation never shipment represented the first Mrs. F.mma B. O'Steen of Odd Fact
applied. time that mall had moved directly! Christmas, and Mrs. Orace Pad After two police cruisers
Washington Most recently, however, one company en. from the interior of the United HOW MANY UMPIRES gett of Largo: three sons, MackM. Words of the Wise sped to a church: : and discovered
tered a bid for fish "caught by American-built States to a major European capital PLAYED MAJOR LEAGUE .. William R., and Thomas J. Faith is not trying to believe that a tommy gun and rifle ly*
Codfish purchase vessels by American fishermen, unloaded in an without Intermediate postal Kent all of Lake City; and 11 something regardless of Ing under a tree were toys, they
an example American port by American union labor, cut handling. The magazines were BASEBALL? grandclhldren and 40 great the evidence. Faith is daring answered another call from a
by American uaion fish-cutters in an American packed in containers at the Chicago By BOB SUDVK grandchildren to do something regardless housewife in the same Louis
corporation processing plant. ; printing plant of R. R Donnelley FOUR, all from,the National Serving as pallbearers were of the consequences vUIe. Ky. neighborhood and
There was no question that the law applied on the bids re & Sons Co., and remained League, Ken Burkhart had a Frank Sullivan Holland Sullivan -Sherwood Eddy) found a six-inch snake she'd
ceived. As a result, Washington paid $268 more for the codfish sealed all the way to London. 27-20( record in 148 games with Willard Jones O. D. Beach. W. H. found In her kitchen was madeof
it needed than it would have paid to any of the other bidders. the Cardinals and Red from Tidwell, and A. H. Noll. rubber
Each of the special container
Local taxpayers are using the case as another example of why 1943-49; Frank Secory batted .
about 8 by 8 by 20 feet,
measures
Washington should be granted the right to govern itself. .228 in 93 contests for the Cubs, Failure to understand another
. It: weighs 4,890 pounds and can '
Reds and Tigers ( 40-'8); Tom country's intention can cause
POLITICAL OPPORTUNISTS-One hold 18,000 pounds. An average Gorman fas 0-0 In four appear.anew
political figure, strongly war. Failure to understand another -
opposed to the Johnson administration found copy: of National Geographic with the Giants In '39 and
a way to capital driver's intentions can cause
weigh about one pound.A Vinnie Smith hit .259: In 10
ize the income tax
on situation. an accident. Don't forget to signal -
bound for Britain Is games as a Pirate catcher. 1965 Needs Greater Fuel
Johnson had invited the mayors of the nation' 115 largest container and to watch for the signals
cities to a dinner In Washington. Only 114 showed up. The lone sealed and loaded onto a truck DM. by [toe TwturM S-adlwt I of others when you drvle.
absentee was J, Bracken Lee, mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah, chassis at Donnelley, and driven Savings in Tobacco CuringUi:1a1II
an ultra-conservative and supporter of Barry Goldwater's presidential to a rail yard. It Is put aboarda
effort last year. Mayor Lee explained that it was tax freight car, carried to New York In Florida
collection$ tune and he couldn't afford S700 for the trip docks, and transferred to a ship ,
ICfc without going through the New
FRIENDLY GESTLKEr: -President Johnson may be on the York Post Office. Previously, every after a day's fishing tbeer's
"outs*with the White House press corp, but he's Just done them ; sack of magazines had to pass
a big favor. He's refurbished their "lounge" for the first time through; the New York Post Officeon the one.. st--
In more than 30 years. its way from train to ship. i
White House reporters have a press room at their disposal, Containerization is expected tospeed for good taste
,
but it has become so cluttered with desks, cubby holes, booths postal shipments, cut costs
end telephones that there's no place to sit down and read the and reduce the possibility of dam good fun
papers' or have a quiet chat with their peers. age caused by handling. One reason -
Instead, for many years, reporters and photographers have National Geographic was !
used the numerous lounge chairs and sofas in the lobby of the chosen for the experiment Is that
: I
Executive Office as their hang-out. Obviously, it was a little the Society members are especially
worse for wear and tear. anxious to receive the Magazine ,
Now, after the remodeling Job, the lobby has P..... Room In perfect condition. National ,
All\ the appearance of a swank men's club. There Geographies are treasured for .
are soft lights, plush green carpeting, conversa- Gins lots' years. So many people save back .
Lionel groupings of olive green leather sofas, of Class Issues that the Society last year A
,
chairs and hassocks. Imposing brass
lamps rest
began reprinting rare early Issuesir
on various styles of tables. Still
ahead
tasteful
are
paintings to members who wished to complete -
be hung on the newly-painted white walls. '
[ their collections.
About the only thing reporters complain about Is that the Containerization represents a Ire
light bulbs are of Insufficient strength to
protect
Il
enough variation of piggybacking the
.i", lumination for reading. But then, has -
electricity been at a placing of a loaded truck onto atrain .
i cmlum ever !since Lyndon Johnson became president. or vessel for long-distance '. f ..
vtI
shipment.
Seeking to improve on piggy- Wherever you fish for sport-on the
backIng, the New York Central '
Railroad developed the Flexl-Van ocean, by the booming surf; or on some

system In which the container quiet country pond it's great at the end

part of the the chassis.truck Leaving Is 'detachablefrom a chas- of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer.

aIs behind reduces the weight the While you're talking over the ones that got away,

train must carry by about 4,600 or pan-frying the ones that didn't you enjoy the The Only 100% Safe
thus the train can carry
pounds perhaps; 24 per cent more payload hearty taste and cool refreshment only a glass of Automatic Gas Tobacco Curcr

for a given amount of locomotive beer can give you to well, Yes, whatever your

power. promises a long- sport bowling or strolling, golfing or gardeninga
II The system
run saving in the outlay for equip.ment frosty glass of beer makes a naturallygreat SUWANNEE VALLEY GAS INC.
A detachable container accompaniment. ,
\ wears out In about seven years, \I U. S. 90 West Phone 362-26M
normally will last UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.
while a chassis ; LIVE OAK FLORIDA
0 ,.0 MX 271.WINTER PARK FLORIDA
GZC about 15 years. Were the container -
permanently fixed to the chas- -
sls, the entire truck might have
to i be scrapped when the contain-
"Guess who
fir wore out. .
Ship owners are keenly Inter.
sated In containers as a means of just bought a "You know...big, r "Go on, guess
a., row f,.. ". I.. ISIS W.M aA ...e reducing labor costs and pilferage. new strong nattily which shrewd, smart ,.. "Johnny!
A sealed In container Is
"I like to have all the nice things you\ and Dad gave simple cargo to handle, and a there's lit- Dodae Polara? anired lots of extras, guy bought Dave?

me out where I can admire them-." tie chance of tampering. really a beautiful Bill?

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