Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00271
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00271
 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

Full Text


Try Merchants Pint Live Oak :" STJIN.EE D) E JY1 0 ( 1j{ %[[' Florida Home ShenfftItoyt Of




OTHINK/UGO'' ( Annual Livestock Promotion Banquet PlannedConstruction I

Wlth'Loale C. Waoworth ..

Tangible results. Underway Jacksonville Delegation] Will Attend;

Those who attend next week' ,. .. $5000 In Prizes To Be Awarded
aecond annual livestock promo- _,:J.. ffft:! .. .,
tion banquet win receive stridesthla tin ., ) ': : .'. The second! in a planned eerie of live banquets promoting -
hand Information u to the .'
U making In production \ \ the livestock industry in thin county will be held
of quaUtJ beef and pork Thursday February 18. at the Coliseum. The meeting

That Improvement has been slae- will climax the second year of a five-year plan for brinjrinjf -

able and ateady U evident to one more and better livestock to the county. .Dr. E. T

who rides over the county's highway York:. provost 01 'incuiiure si
or has the opportunity to the unlYfrau..rM Florida:\ will be
visit terms in the area. i Leaf Growers the guwt 'jsfc rr7>

Begun two yean ago the project in JUlLLJlLLJlThe Special 1s u'aty II ,.u'.
got off to a good start due Meeting Here event will beVloads on bus
largely to extra effort on the part ) of JscksonvW _
of Lamar Hancock and Paul her of Commerce o
Crew, who enlisted the support Wednesday\ has been Invited to' hear ,
of the Chamber of Commerce what this county Is d ) to
farm oragnUatlons and Indlvl Florida tobacco growers will way of promoting an Indu 1n

duals in making the plan a resllty. meet here Wednesday, February portant to this section ofthe
1?. al 1.00 p.m. at the Uve Oak state
n... rjki Lodge for the seventh annual The program will also serve as
By setting the project on a
themselves I- district meeting for bright the quarterly meeting of the 8uwanrtee .
year basis sponsors the gave to I'e leaf farmers In district one of the County Chamber of Commerce
time for program
really produce tangible results. rvp erg Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative sponsors of the livestock
StsblllxsUon Corporation Th promotion project in this county
Now in its second year, the cooperatives director The
from this project was begun In 1903
promotion plan has resulted In elate Hilly W mil) of Jasper will under the chairmanship (If County .
many farms in this county having Dave charge of the conference L. Commissioner Lamar Hancock

better herd sires for both cattle T, Week, general manager of the This year over 325: farmers are
and hogs and has brought an cooperative Is expected to attend participating In the program and
upgrading In the quality of beef the meeting are competing for the IS.000 In
and pork coming from animals Both Hill and Weeks emphasl livestock prises provided by sponsors
produced in this county. fd that although growers have for those doing the best Jobe
Coupled with the livestock promotion voted overwhelmingly for the In Improving livestock on their
was the realisation by continuance of production con fsrms.
many growers that corn and other trol and price supports, certain Each: participant makes known
grains fed to animals! bring a butt problems must be devolvedfor his choice of animals or livestock
greater return than do the same ... the program to remain sound deiiired In event he Is winner of
crops sold for cash. Growers attending the meeting either of the top three prise. i

Fertilisation and soil building "' here will have an opportunity to lint piece winner can select
practice on farms In this county :p w discuss the overall operation ot 11 SCO In livestock as his or her
Increased com production several' the support program and hear prise. Second winner has the

fold and made sufficient feed -- ---- current developments .In the Industry choice of 11000 In animal or animal -
available for better quality animal photos above shew eeartnsrUosj aderway .. Live Oak. The .'per right photo shew the II sw salts being added .. IKe discussed by officials of tobacco and third place winner l

*. Then too, a number of'anntn The upper left sees abut work MB* done by Leo Duaaarn .. stars ""'L Al the lawn rliht I* la* foundation for the new Interests, other than alibi. chooses 1300 In livestock tIn

embraced the idea of the Town sad Cavalry Motor. bulUtog eo 11*. The lower ten btlMlag .. b. bell by JilUa Cruse. his gift .h... (10..... sation. addition to the three top
planting rye and other crops for ,an.... shone the aao'iUesj U Daily's ......, ..... sad the buildoral photo*) Florida grower arc represented (No.. I r*.llnaed en rags II)
on the cooperative's board of dl.rectors
winter grating. tog foraMfty OM.'"1 by Ie." Flower MB Wait Howard Street.'Jrulfr
AU factors have contributed to '. by a representative elected'
making this county now one of for a three-year term. Election: of Juveniles LeaveTtrltiL'trtTt

the .....'. better sources ef livestock County Engineer I Sutcitnne Closet ForttoUer "I a director. to serve for the nest
AcriaLChotos UI... lion the
with further improvementscertain years *|enda for ( .
-: sirf"fernrding'Wyse **limtoff << j\.... ,. ......
to come.Jacksonville Is fuU sr.
Commissioners Plan \lr. rag
visitors at next County Adopt J. Msrvb FhllUse Made AvailableCounty tletpatlon by tobacco growers In Suwanncc CountyTwo

woks event win gel a food pt.. granted closing of ..w..... this county In neat weeks meet
tun of community effort for the For Better Property Maintenance Aveaae teem lllh Street (eMa,. Farms Ing. K-year old Juveniles es-
project has the support and best ....". one block berth for the .sLet. taped from the Florida School! Par
wishes of a majority of the coun A plan to briny better car and maintenance to seaervWoa ef roller so"f board- fioya al Marlanna Sunday night

Ira residents, who share a desire county property wan approved her last week by the: tog b, the nestle departsweat. recent AerUl flight photgraphs.over the made county on, will a lUclVcill' Gets and Wn a trail of auto thefts and
to see this county become even Board of County Commissioner and U now being flnaitcd breaking and entering through
producer orua.l1tJ The area wilt bo gland fns be available to land owners of North Florida to LI,. Oak down
Important as a Matthew
more and Implemented by County Engineer
she hours /.., to ...-..Ir' this county as a result of action Pilot Wings At .
and finally .
Branford. were
livestock.Establishment through
who under the 1 will be the commimrion'attaoon
ClOY proposal
Monday thre ......., sad taken by the Board of County In Brsd,n-
: of a dlagnostie with those who oe the worsof token Into custody
Commissioners to purchase the
frees soW fear o'clock
laboratory here and expansion of caring for the ecunty'a prop- supervision win be an buildings ......one ttlDunnam .. photol.I Moody) Field ton after a hit-and-run old mishap.
studies at the experiment station tat?. which the commissionershsve Involving a 14-year girl
over Chairman J, Dan KOM of the .U.utonan.
In the county can and win play Cross will have overall supervision control and recponslhUlty Useond Dared ft The pair seeped from we an-
Suwannee River Boll CoitservationDUtrtct
Important roles In research. and of maintenance and I McNelll Jr. son of Mr, and Mrs. stitutlon..Sole a panel truck:
care Under Cross win be a full time BeginsConstruction said here this week Out
development to years ahead. repair of county property and fluid n. "'eN.tlllIr.) of Live Oak nearby, and drove to Marlanna
superintendent for the Courthouse these photos will be used to provide
IM4 Ford ral-
That agriculture Ukety to wul direct to the Board of reeelved the coveted wings of an where they took a
continue the i*"*".'"*** factor in County Commissioner Under hi lAd Agriculture Building I For district cooperators with, up- Air Force flyer st Impressive' ceremonlee eon. In Ihs falcon. they Journey
this county economy la general and part time superintendent for to-dat. aerial view of their farmsat held at Moody Air Force ed to TallihasM. stole a IMA
ly accepted Thus an projects designed the Coliseum and the pavilion at the LIme their complete baste Base Monday. February I. Ford and drove It to Madison.
to Improve or expand agribusiness Democrat 1tblNew Branford. The Town of Stanford Auto Agency soil and water eonservstlon plan U. McNelll ls a grsdust of While in Msdtson they broke Into

In this area Is bound to and the commissioners jointly II developed! riortda BUU University and furled the mIle,... Dairy Bar some time
Influence the county's future. Feature ServiceTht maintain the faculty at Stanford Construction began recently on Host said that to become a cooperator pl year has been urwkrgolne Sundsy nlsltl' and same to Ure
week the tewasui with the Town of Branford in the new building I. house the land owner should con- Air fore training In TI1 and Oak and abandoned the Ford behind .

It is pod &0... the Board at Pianrrst ...... the a. of a charts of maintenance. CTOMsaid. Town and Country Motor In*.. tact one of the supervisors or a TO aircraft. Ills class wss led Harry McKelthen's Salvage
swwotll sorrfco rrleooed The eount,'s role st Btan- on 12* North Io Dunnam la Oral technician Supervisor* In round to receive training In the Yard.
Commissioners take steps
County to Improve maintenance and care b, flag rere .r..U.Uaad ford will be advisory. he added. constructing/ the steel. and gla. the county are T J. Ftotcher It.. T-li. more popularly' failed. TaUxt Sheriff Dub McCalllsUr report -
entrusted to eVolgwed. prvaarfly .. evewwoJy part Urn help to serve as charwomen structure and work win be completed Lure B Rofcerson. timer Owen which has replaced the subsonleT'M that they registered. al the
of their county care. property With a maintenance sxwioapers ef the ..... and yardmen will be employed within M working d.,.. [J. W, Gaston and i. D lines.Teclinlctsns as a basic trainer al Montr Suwanne Motel leaving some

now operating for try.DeoMersI on a need basis and thus The 7e g in foot building .111 with the local efflos During the IM hours MeNtill) Urns Monday "' .11&. In their trek
schools program of the county this action Fwbttiher Lewie C. employ*.* will work under the contain five. offices, aM. 70 foot 'are John Hampton sod lluMellParsons ) spent In the Tslon. he received south they stole a IN rprd N.
should avoid some of the costly ......... sell Ike srrvtec ws superintendents at the various In. showrona. a large parts training In supononM flight ss longing to Rotofft CiroswvU and
mistakes goads In the put, added .. add variety .. this stallations. meat and a modern shop eompieto Hampton pointed out there roe well as night and Instrument n,. abandoned II In Rranford to take
ai.noMte by OM ef the news Monthly Inspections of SO with hydraulM bra large no charge for a conservation' plan Ing. formation craM-eounlry nsvIgsllon. a Studtbaksr b.l nlng to Buck
The cost of government eon f........ lie soil they would W county buildings and property are truck type front end machine for farms. U s-olf and landing MsinardSume .
ties,. to mount and with lass seed solely ON a awed boots andweld caned for m the plait with ether wheel balancing equipment, underoooUng' In addition to the aortal. photo. techniques, and arrabatle lime during their short'
now at maximum raw In this net rials*. Roast strw county employees assisting Cross machine, and cute on which Is shown fields feneos, After sdditionsl schooling and sky In Branford they went to

county. It become even more ....... ("-' I Ceotteood e*> ..... IIPrincipal ) (N.. I t'_....... .. red II I I No.. f ('.u.oo4 on Page II 'IN... I f'onUiio.d ON rI II (tH., T ('.lina.4 .. rage I)
neeeattry to assure that care U
exercised to see that county prop

sets saslnUtned.Both I* property the Agriculture eared for Building and :Today's Schools Must Have Complete Community Support I IIrnunrat I

and the Coliseum now need attntOon .
n .
and It is hoped the new Intereston

plan for maintenance win taint urges iicepcr I I'uMlihrr Trill /rT'"m",w', Club Of Sfhtn Vlanihh II
In both buildings brine put Into
coed condition. Part Of County: School Patrons 4 'tom

There to another area the eomBBlMtanen -
could look into and I By ". Joas eo. FvtorteoJ vaaswe Dish feheofl,

that ls the way some county office Do we really know what problem* our schools face

are saalatatned particularly In Suwannee County o rdo we lave It to other to solve

those hi the Agriculture Building our problem for ua? 41
Several are junky. poorly arranged The time ha long passed when the school board.the ,
and dewa right n skeledWgbt
Superintendent of those hired by the schools can
be wen to look Into this ... _
au .
phase.. adv. tiew proble.r, -- -
Anyhow. I trunk this a step In arm of a eomswrnity mud I Committee
the right direction and erne thai the schools with snore Ulan
area. If they meet to rrtora It loonr
wtn sBrtdmde to later
pay years. ......." I .
adequately educated Cloevow* II. *..

As I told Bsrsabm. of the Woman elected officials and than en 'I, .. owns Tora
.. Ou Here last Friday' It was artea chantw over the years, ''', ...... ........., CooIM *- 4 .
meat dlsappototmc when only XI lest![ the freftnc ef Mi \ am -' the I

., children attending the toe the Jot they started.. & I ... wr.mM/.rbl.
and kirh about' easel he a aver. riMBac ... .*...w for toNkhl
fcere J.1JJIH ahowod wp jmtmim far a gseettog last keep to stride with II&h'H" had .... pootaoMd j
..,.,......... Qnss Waving that vii be .-
.t.W1Lb this to mind another soy eoMtom sera of bit., i
to COM ties ,. _
meet boa been art far Fttrwary Bdentaadlnc .. for study ear -

23 st ,.Jt pa*. to the yeator eumswuarty ttseH.At by or..s.n.os be. .ae* W a. Line Ok "...... (Feb to woW ...- *fcee.It.'r.tbd erow. while the ON* al Ue rvrai pSMorosotoV 1M

Ugh aodttortoaa and It to hoped the prosesjg Ugae. the .. fad i. ..... .. toe bad Friday homed Dswseeral FwMbhor Loose c. Wad SMilgis*. Mn Y. I. ...... sod the peel ......... (lawsoil
lath tees grow wffl she* hare drara ........ frosa .. oea.w ...onek. I
trorth essoato work fill the tewsoae Owa4y meet .wed .AdvtsoeyCiasaHHs Matt Iteto
Dora seed the Ova IU Aft .. Lttf said w
school probirsa
their great to *f ..... h. le o asies.ir. The saeleee s4 Oko Mf
hr attndiet.a eg.. I CsNttoesi ON Pate I p.are.es


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About It Happened In ,. .. ,.

This r

ag And Farm Suwannee County, Florida

That a Front


Right And Wrong ApproachAnd wrong what kind of a society have wa built? flyDoyle

Before we condemn the Academy students" or E.
now It's Selma Alabama that is to be tortured *
on the rack of unfavorable national and try to shrugg off the restrictions of the Code of ConnerThere i From The Filet Of z
Honor, each of us should take a long thoughtful
world publicity much as our own neighboring St. DEMOCRAT
look in the mirror. appears to be substantial 1 THE SUWANNEE
Augustine was a few months a)#>. evidence to confirm expectationsthat
Polk County Democrat Bartow
Selma has become a target of the nation's In- American agribusiness Is t
tegratlon groups a heading for the greatest economic 1915The Claude Hackney Jr.. son of Mr W, C. Alrth.

In tome ways It /sterns most unreal that this There Is A Difference boom In its history.It and Mrs. C. J. Hackney and secretary -

quiet Southern town, where Spanish moss hangs A few years ago the John Birch Society arousedthe won't come tomorrow. But it Little bought River the holdings TelephoneCompany ol; of the student government Five members of the Live Oak
at Davidson College Davidson, N., Lions Club attended
Is expected to be building up during the
from the trees and azaleas will soon be blooming wrath of the leftists with a simple slogan: the Wellborn Telephone Companj
the next IS years The changes C. was selected to sing as soloist Governor's cabinet meeting
fell Into the trap and becoming Integrationist "This is a Republic not The m
an a Democracy; let's keepit we've seen in the past 15 years and took charge Monday. with the orchestra at DavidsonCoUese' Crestvlew this past week end. At-
that way. stockholders of the new company: Midwinter dance last tending were President
target.Many seem to me to be proof that such Cary Day
persons-both white and Negro-agree It hardly seemed worth getting steamed up a forecast is warranted are B. M. Blanton J. B. Downing' Friday evening. and Lions Hugh Lewis Dolpb

that Negro voter registration (the cause of the about but those liberals who are determined that By 1980 the number of peoplein C. R. Stansel. W. N. Stephens. J. Thompson Frank Winiams.
trouble) might have been relatively quiet if It were majority rule is more Important than considerationof farming will have dropped E. Pennlngton, W. P. Moore H. C. An order of the State Board of C. R. McCrimon. Mrs Thompson

not for the actions of Dallas County Sheriff James the minority dislike references to our republican from 1 per cent to 4 per cent of Powers, J. J. Powers, R. M. Carver Health closed the Dowllng Park I and Mrs. Lewis: accompanied the
Clark form of government.You the nation's population accordingto J. W. Carver. W. C. Jernlgan School Monday because of numerous group. .

"If you want to know the truth" said one are perhaps surprised to be reminded one prediction I've noted. and other prominent men of the cases of dlptheria in the

high-ranking white official "Negro leaders told that our national form of government Is not a true Total U. S. population now community.The area. At the time of closing the Mrs. Phil Townsend Jr. enter.

me in December that they decided on Selma because democracy. It is a republic You cannot find the around 192 million, Is expected to basketball team of the board announced that the school tamed Miss Frances Doff bride-
be 250 million by I960. To supply would be closed for two weeks. elect with a shower last
of the sheriff, They decided to try to words "democracy" or "democratic" in our Constitution Suwannee High romped on the Thursday
American food and fiber needs by evening at the Antioch
him and gain national for their yet we have Monday afternoon Communi
arouse publicity fought two world wars withina strong Madison five
least 35 Knable complimented
that time will require at a Mrs. Clyde D. ty Center.
cause, and it worked." generation "to make the world safe for democ- per cent increase In present volume to the tune of 28 to 9. her daughter Marinel. on

Many persons of course support the sheriff's racy", of production. The Live Oak team consists of her sixth birthday with a theatre Thursday evening the Suwannee

action In arresting nearly 300 Negroes in recent In fact the Constitution states clearly that Animal agriculture Is expectedto George Dexter. Check Byrd John and dinner party: Wednesday. Country Club ladles will nave-

week but some are now saying that he hal "The United States shall guarantee to every State enjoy the greatest growth in Morgan Gentry White. Andrew Enjoying this party with the a supper for club members.

whether right or wrong unwittingly played Into in this Union a republican form of government", demand during the next 15 years. Westbrook. and Jacob referee Weiss. and honoree were Sara Ann Justice, Each member Is to come rtp.resenting .
the hands of Integration forces. Whatever the "The Bill of Rights," the first 10 amendments Beef Is given the star performer's John Pound was Betty: Grover, Ann Helfensteln \ a song Hostesses will be

cause Selma has been thrust on page one of the to the Constitution, Indirectly deny the theory of role. By 1080, !It II predicted more Burke Smith umpire. Regina Olbbs, Jacqueline Sanders. Mrs. P. D. Helvenston, Mrs Price

world's press something that can do the town democracy.Now than half the meat consumed in Ira J. Patterson Hallle I Helvenston. Wlniard Hlckman, Mrs. Starke Conner
the U. S. will be beef. Per capita Dr. and Mrs. Futon, Phillip Miller, Jimmie and Mrs. R. L.
no good, and seems likely In fact it do lasting what is the difference In a democracy were tendered a reception at the Brtnkman.
consumption is seen as 125 pounds Hatch Billy Dean, Ouda Sweat, S .
the supreme rule is that of the M. L. Bum-
majolrty of the home of Mr. and Mrs.
harm.For Mutually by: then, compared with Leonard Fleet and Bossy Sher-
this reason )It for no other it Is people. In a republic it is the ,same except that the present figure of 100 pounds ett by the ladles of the Methodist rod. New Buildings Galore
gratifying to the calmness with which school the majority rule Is limited Church Friday night. The
see by respect for the ml- .
u. .. un ."' ...!.u. .. __......_ ._ uu___ L.- .. tion was attended br recep-j a Tokyo starts 800 major new
officials in Brsdrora county are approatning tneirunwilling vi / n repuiwc, in essence emoraces me Chris-; buildings a ,
but Inevitable and necessary action on then concept of the Golden Rule. Undoubtedly the prospects for the church and their families and 1955The two a day. The or more than.
and Ja.pan'
the beef Industry had some Influence and families of the other
Form 441 the Federal mandate to desegregate In sheer unrestricted democracy 49 per cent of pastors economic
board of county conunla- growth runs
in the decision of the :
churches of the city.
schools or suffer the cut-off of Federal funds. the people must bow silently to the wishes of Si Chicago Mercantile Exchange to loners was honored Tuesday: about 10 per cent a year the
The matter was discussed cooly and calmly at per cent. Individual freedom and highest In the world.
rights must be atart trading in beef futures MOle Lewis the man who took noon at an annual luncheon
Tuesdays School Board meeting and resulted in a subservient to majority rule. But our republic protects The Exchsnge's initial experience the bicycle from the porch 01 sponsored by: the Senior Home a.

decision to seek recommendations from the coun- our very rights to our beliefs even though we with trading In live beef futures Cashier Mobley of the Live Oak Demonstration Dubs of the coun- Not New Idea
ty's school principals both white and Negro be in the minority It protests differences of opin contracts was so favorableit Bank joined the Suwannee County t,.
before taking final action on the best course to ions. plans to start trading dressed Oood Roads Association for six Commissioners James Sanchez, Space-flight simulation Is nota

pursue in these uncharted waters. There were no Zephyrhllls News beef carcasses this month. months, at the suggestion of Thomas Musgrove Rudolph Scott.I new idea in military training

embittered speeches or harsh remarks no irate Now the Chicago Board of Judge Dlckert. Leon Avery and Jim Carmichael The Romans set up several galley

delegations of citizens from either race and no Social Error Trade, oldest and largest of the along with Clerk John Rowland frames as simulators on shore.
talk of futile defiance. The only thought, apparently nation's commodity exchanges, The Social Committee of the were feted for their support of the I and trained ercws to row and
Automation, which is becoming a big wheel Its extension In the legionaries to board for hand-to-
was to work out a solution that mould be has plans to get Into the act. Woman's Club will serve chickenin program county.:
in government as in business dropped a monkey futures contracts will be for any style at the Courthouse hand combat.
best for all concerned, and which would cause the .
wrench into Washington's inauguration machinery. dressed carcasses 30.000 pounds Cafe in the Parshley Building 'The Suwannee County Library
least possible disruption of the mores of the com- I of steer carcass beef grading U. S. Saturday afternoon and evening. Board announced today that the

munlty. A mechanical computer entrusted "Choice", or the equivalent of 40 new free County Library would First National Park
This ti the only approach that makes sense, task of addressing the to BO animals open as near March first as redecorating Acadia National Park on the
and as long as it Is followed, we have hope and invitations to the festivities The Board of Trade organized 1940 and supply arrangements Maine coast and nearby Mount
faith that a plan will be devised that the community goofed, sending as many as half a dozen to in 1848, has operated continuously would allow. Desert Island, was the first Crated
and its citizens, of all races can live with- some guests while knocking other VIPs off the list l since then in grain marketing, Starting\ last night Scouts of Mrs. Winston Rogers has been States national park .UbUshed -

and furthermore, live with In peace and harmony. entirely. both futures and cash contracts. Windy Robertson's Live Oak troop appointed temporary librarian. east of the Mississippi

How much better this course* of action will be This sort of thing could have repercussions. Its volume of business in 1983 was )began their weeklong celebrationof Board members are Miss Helen River

for all concerned than to take the only alterna- Bigwigs who are snubbed by the computer may: 85 Vi billion dollars, topping the 30 :years of scouting, Joiningthe Bixler, president; Mrs. Drew 0'- .
rest of America's
tive and become embroiled In suits, or other distasteful switch their political allegiance And those who New York Stock Exchange by cubs and scouts in similar 1,330000 celebrations Steen. Branford. secretary; J Mrs Florida has more than 1,000

, ;_ incidents that can end only In frustrating received multiple invitations may throw them out about half-billlon. in every part of the- John C. Cameron treasurer: and I miles of beaches.

--- -- --- -,.---I'---- _. .._-- -- -.-,-.. winter so* UM weeks February14
whether Justified or not that has darkened the In trouble.
When the Board of Trade $- Boy Scout Week this year "
image of St. Augustine, Birmingham Selma End Jackson County Floridan Marianna started futures trading In soybeans : Speaking at the Kiwanis lunch-

other cities that have allowed themselves to play about IT years ago there eon at Blue Lodge will be Roger HOMES
Into the hands of the very forces they sought to Hard To ReplaceThe were grave doubts whether there Scott and Randell Wadsworth.B. FOR SALENo
would be enough Interest to maintain -

defeat.At the time of the Supreme Court's desegregation Larson sudden death of State Treasurer J. Edwin a healthy market. E. Black director of the money down if you own your own lot. Two or

ruling, The Telegraph interviewed a number of removed one of Florida's veteran and most According to the director Her school band reported that he has three bedroom completely finished ready to
honored public servants As insurance nard P. Carey "none but the foolhardy 16 students move
our Negro leaders, Including teachers and minis commissioner : learning the technique In. Payments to fit budjret. White colored
Larson had achieved the difficult would have dared predict of different any or
ters, and found them unanimous in the belief thatIt task of winning band instruments Have some houses
the confidence that It (soybeans) would becomethe as a completed for colored one block
and approval both of : start toward a band he
the In.
was for the best
Interest of their people to have west of Hunter
Motor Co. in Lake
their own schools and churches. We believe suranoe agents whose activities he regulated and most active of all commodity believes will number about 45 by: City .
of the Insurance futures markets". the end of the current
buyers school
there has been little if who looked to Larson to i
any, change in this basic
thinking keep their policy rates from going up too high and ; year Phone 752- 759- Lake City
since that time. If this is still their wish too fast. I have noticed other Items in Studying now are Betty Jean
we do not see how anyone can force them to do the news recently of interest to Allen. Sidney Conner. Wilbur Bell Box
Apart from 868
otherwise.But Larson the multiple duties of his office beef cattle men. Dick Dean Cary Day, Doris Ann

whatever the outcome w. have faith was an indefatigable worker for such civic The National Livestock and Burdlck Louie Bowman Morry Office at 28 W. Railroad St.
enough in the sincerity and the intelligence of our endeavors ss highway safety aid to crippled and Meat Board predicts an all-time Harrell. L. M. Oreen. Betty Doff

citizens both white and Negro to believe that a underprivileged children, and the Masonic Order. high for beef production this :year Margaret Doff J. D. Henry Myr- NEEDEDwhite saleswoman or salesman and col-

solution to this matter can be arrived at withoutthe He left his mark on many good works In Flor IB T billion pounds and a tha Green Harriett Kunert. Billy ored saleswoman' or salesman to sell home In the
disagreeable incidents that have caused population ida and made an enviable reputation as a trusted rise of 2ft pounds over IOU to Newsome. and Roger Scott. Live Oak area. !
public official. 101 pounds in U. 8.
Ed Larson per capita -
will be
of other towns and cities to fight each replace. a hard man to beef consumption

other when they: should be fighting together to Members of California Cattle I
solve a mutual problem. -Polk County: Democrat Bartow
Association were told recently
Bradford County Telegraph_Stark bur : per capita beef consumption
a economy in the United States has to be in their state is running at a .
strong to survive such buffets' as the dragged-out rate of 128 pounds annually.

Look First In MirrorThe strike which has tied up our ports John Hopkins, Bank of American -

current cheating scandal at the Air Force economist, predicted the California
Academy is a shocking affair but even more Used to be that retirement! for old folks meant consumption rate will
moving in with the children. reach 137 pounds In only 10 .
shocking In what it indicates about higher edu- Modern homes are ,ear.

cation In general than about conditions at the ple.too filled with gadgets to accommodate more peo Producers and distributors of ONE

Academy U. S. fruits and vegetables are being -
At last count some 03 cadets have icslgned .....A n...._.. u .. invited to take part in the VALE TIN I Ir
for breaking the ironclad Honor Code which requires Ideals*nv vuitvq rtauona cannot fulfil Its high I IMS exhibit of foods ., the London .
a cadet not only to refrain from dishonorable with the present *et.up a' small nations,., Trade Center February 21pJ et

conduct but to Inform on those who break many of them much less populous than any r through March. I.

the code. How many of the resigned cadets actually our States, holding full membership. The show U one of two sponsored 'I'

cheated on their examinations, and how by: the Grocery Manufacturers ,

many only knew It was going on and kept quiet Men Judge the affairs of other men better, of America in cooperation
has not been spelled out. than their own. Terence with the Foreign" Agricultural ri'iWHEN ,
The Service of USDA. The second will
investigation is still in
progress, no
A be In Japan at Tokyo March
indication when man had need of tough ears to hear
yet the end may be reached. himself I-I'.
Some freely Judged. Michel de Montaigne.
people have
expressed indignation that Japanese demand for fruits,
cadets are expected to be "tattle tat..." after hating vegetables and meat have been

been raised in t society which frowns on such increasing rapidly as personal incomes -

conduct. That is not a valid point of view. Any The Suwanncc DemocratOF have been rising on NIp. YOU feel blue take

ordinary cltUen who saw a burglary in progress pon's post-war wave of prosperity.: out your savings account book

would be expected to report it to the police-that LIVE OAK FLORIDA Japanese production of fruit has and thumb thru the
is. to be a tattle tale against the burglar "//h.II.ert oJ the 5.._..,... Riper y been limited, because land Is pages Of regular deposits A sizeable

Young men who are studying to become officers "BANNER Consolidated DEADER: scarce, so a I1'Ow1nlIlu.rb' there balance with all that it
In this nation's armed forces! and who make Established 1M4 August. J. 1MT Established: 1IM Is seen for American products.In mean in security, future trips and
mblbh-4 Every: n..... the meantime Berlin's Invitation -
the at fix ..
grade by cheating -- street and
are stealing from
Louie CTWadsworth: ; for American participation enjoyment will raise your spirit
ubTl again. If
countrymen as surely as if they were robbing a ie r In that city's recent International you haven'ta
store. Their offence perhaps Is more grievous Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor Ones Week savings
festivities saw an account
than that of the burglar. The latter steals only Walter Lee Olive ....... Advertising Manager exhibit created aponsored Jointly open one now at the Commercial Bank.

money. Much more may be lost If the country's George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman by: USDA. the American Meat Institute

security: is entrusted to unqualified guardians who Second Class Postage PaId A' Live tat, PIortda and the a. & Information

reached their posts through dishonesty. SUBSCRIPTION 8uvauree County -14.00 Agency featuring U. 8. beef

No, the truly shocking aspect of the Academy RATES_ OuUMeSuwanixe County |5.00 Highlight of the exhibit was the
scandal! is this: AIL SUB '1UP'nONsr AdKDmIROPi grand champion steer from the

If cheating is this widespread International Livestock show
an institu
tins proud of its honor : rushed abroad by air along with
code and attended by COMMERCIAL BANK
sup Its
owner a 11-year-old minds
posedly the finest young men in the country, what I-R Club girl and Its herdsman r.irr f11

must the situation be in the average college or university a student majoring In animal OF
,. where Jell stress Is laid on Integrity $ husbandry at Michigan State University liVE OAK

And! if we parents' have done so little to teach a.. "- LIVE OAK FLORIDA
our children the difference between right and -

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(9f9 t& ===: : School Officials On EdicarJs-Potcell I County Nursing Council Engagement Announcement

= Jr. dub Program -I Ia To Meet February 16 w1 1I
Leroy Bowdoin.( Supervisor of The Suwannee County Horn 1M
Suwannee County Schools: O HRutledge. .
Nursing Advisory Council will
WOMeN supervising principal of meet Tuesday February III, at ;
Live Oak schools and John John
i 112:IS p.m in the Branford Worn-
of Suwannee High
son principal an'a Club building In Stanford
will discuss the schools
School i
: All members are urged to be
at the Junior Woman's Club ,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor present
meeting Thursday night The club I i .
will meet at the Woman's Clubhouse I
Board Met Monday Women Golfer To at 7.30 for their February 1 Lori Jean Martin \
covered dish supper and business1 Mr. and.Mra. John C Martin i-
With Mr. Futch Meet FridayFriday meeting. I of Gainesville announce the birth 1 h
Monday at two o'clock the Executive a 1'DIq at 11:J' the Officers will be nominated at of a daughter. January 8, In the
Board of the Women Oolfera Women Golfers of the Suwsn- this meeting and new members 1 Alachua General Hospital. Qalnesvllle .
of the Suwannee Country Den Coantry Club will meet at elected into the club.DinnerDance 1 1 1if
Club met at the home of the the elab hone for their covered I The baby has been named Lori if iferg
president Mn. Frank Futch 8r. dish luncheon and basinets At f Jean Martin
on Ohio Avenue mating which will bo followed The maternal grandparents are
Mrs Randy Mal food chairmanfor .y r>u. Club House Saturday Mr and Mrs Tommy Hudson of
the Valentine dinner Saturday Mn. R. F. Mitts tournament The Women Golfers of the 8u Gainesville and the paternal ,sr '"t
night rave her report Mr chairman announced tills week wannee Country Club are sponsoring grandmother la Mrs. Daisy Martin
Harley Brown entertainment that a ringer tearnatnent would a Valentine dinner at the ... of this city
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tart .. that date I* ran a club house Saturday night beginning -
month.' at 7.30: Mr. and Airs. Brace A. Edwards .
Mrs. Jerol Deuitt DroneMr. Mr*. Clyde Dempsey and A short program has been ef Gslnetville. formerly Use Furniture Polfoli .
Mr*. Isle C. W.......... are planned by Mrs. Harley Brown, Use a good grade of furniture r '.
.f Branford announce the engagement polish on porcelain kitchen appliances I IolI'
hostesses for the luncheon. entertainment chairman The :
1 aMr. Saints win play for dancing following ef their daughter and cabinets to protect

'And Mre. Webb the dinner and program. Mary Evelyn, .. Belay J.. them from scratches, finger ,'',/<.
Inaika and .
Admission .is. by ticket only no grease.Iisposablo
i .0. son ef Mr. and Mra.Junes .
To Feted
Re Sunday tickets will be sold at the door I
O, Powell ef Gainesville.Th ,
Mr and Mn. A. O. Fennell. DuMpana
Mr and Mr*. Olen Webb of Jack .Mde-eleet .U a gradaateaf
: Mrs. North Circle If you cannot find the dustpan .
Gainesville nigh School and ;
sonville. Mr and Mr* Herbert
It would Uk. disposable
or ;you a
Webb Mr. and Mr*. Dewey Rogers HoAtesa Monday Central HakntyUnc Colin. She : one cut an aluminum foil pie
Mr. and Mn. James Bryant Tht Helen Master* Circle of la employed at EnlJ..'. Hair plate in half down the middle, ,
Mr. and Mr* Hubert Wilkinson the Pint Baptist Church met stylist.. and ;you have two dustpans pi r r 'k ;
: and the family of the late Mr*. Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. O Mr. Powell .
was graduated trainGalnesvill.
Alma Lee, will be bOlts at a reception .' North. Nine members were. prei-
nigh lell" He Is y
More Leather
Sunday from J.JO to 5;:00pm. ent. Handbag
l+ honoring their parent Mr. Mrs. O. B. Dee ST.. chairman.opened employed ky Slriagfellow Sup.pis. More textured leather handbags
and Mrs. J. E. Webb at their the meeting with the Bible than ever will be seen thU spring
home In the observance of their, scripture and prayer Wedding plans will ae an- with cobra and ostrich the new
fiftieth anniversary : Program Chairman Mrs. H GPrnuet aneed at a later date. ones for this spring, in sand or
AH friends and relatives of t eeshtrman presented the program bone shades
: with each member taking part. nn Mr. and Mra U A. pails af Old Town announce he ..(.cement .
told ef the plans for The circle will meet with Mrs DES Will Install Land OwnerThe af their dauihter. Carol Davis. af this elty te Sammy Barnelt.son .
the program; Mrs. Wjrman Harvard Hig
flr. decoration chairman I Penuel in March.Pioneered.n I OffirerM 'C'b. 19 Federal Government owns of Mrs Thtlma lUrnett new af this.. ,II,.
named her committee.Mr*. Brown MI. Davis I* a IM1 gradual of Ditto County lllk ,......
The OE8 Suwannee ChapterNo. 780000,000 acres of land In the
----- and Mrs. O. IL Rutledgc; and Near HereUnderwater I 49 will have an open Installs. BO states or more than one out o( Cross CHy and U employed In the office of W, J. Wlnaarn Jr.
and Mn. Ovid u.... Mrs. Louie C. Wadiwortlx reported I photography was lion I of officers at the Masonic. every three acre Mr namelle graduated from flvwsnnee Illsh ftehool In IMt
a.t...... aBB>..ae the Bar on the ticket _lei. pioneered In the United State by Temple on Friday evening February n n and is I. implored with North Florid Telephone C*.
Hag of their daughter Hathryai Refreshments were served by Photographer Bruce Meant In 1 I'. at eight o'clock. Fish" chowder Cook with lot The wedding will V* ." event af Sunday, I'lanh,1.11..
Mrs. Futch. the crystal clear water of Floe Tha public Is Invited attend In the Mcfraaa Old Teen
Lynn. .. Mr. Jerri Dewitt to of vegetables, then add thyme Baptist Church
Present were Mrs. Mai. Mra. ida's Silver Sprint
Dra.... Saturday, October seventeenth Harvard Mrs. Brown Mrs Wads- ... -
-J..!' -- _.. ; ._ 'rfIJ"I.'T'
' nineteen hundred and worth Mrs. R. P. Mills. Mrs. 8. T couple are Invited to call during y r .
ality-foar In J.e...... Mtee. McDowell and Mrs. Jack Jones. the appointed hours. .

No window post. .


No floor hump. .-

No radiator. \' : } 'Jj P''

No steering. ;,..
power "'til",


power brakes.

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Sete of il* tiling)"U dun't firt: In a Cnmlr)|

Laze[ among our !brat rrevMim fat hung It.





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'I, : ti Cemsr Mean 5w( & w.M YOU'LL SAVE MONEY ON CLOTHES WITH atlttlzeless

M ,! Corvair by Chevrolet t! ELECTRIC DRYER

),. The beauty ol (It. of course, PI deeper of which add up to rune mart trnpor

L 1.L. than the thinp you dealt get. There's tent plus.., .
the other side of the eoui-what you si* Power steering? Few brake Cot

get in their place. nit t4 them like a centipede needs Crowing chOdrtn Deed Deny clothes when ion Now, vhh fuowuntkl prfc-reJietJon net

Tal: theM>windowpoatforrufflpb. akbft.1&: .& moat of the engine CM waah and dry their compkU wardVoUtia the ysws, ersr body CM afford the pride tad

What you do get k hardtop styKnfweight on the rear wheels, And the frontwiuiewridfrarne ,, just a few minute* .,.Anytime. Joy of owner hip, th+ convenience of an elaotrfc &
sSdtwindow.iii fret to steer t sfly. atop
fa sad p f With an eUrtHa clothes-dryer, twerythlnf drytr. Tl.,',. cheaper to bu'cMeperCOII'
Conair dared model art q1Jick ,,_
,very with r out sunahinovfreah. No Ibferiof tunics to oat. And an eUctHc drytr can be aeJeJycnaUtled
Th tm smisaionmi d.rinlint hump .art- "
: sollsl'OtY7 ,adlCytw It.
i I tool odors. wherever you waat
don-t get means man foot roam. i rasdivng. or
Thanks to Comur war engine' the C e m o o. Jifftmlre&or And you MV toms 900 boon a you spent B..IM asiwet.. Lvvealoru w "bpowd.wlanoff.

II pnctb1IJ ftat. do" to our I on luggIng hMry dothsavUaUu to the backyard ff m l s. electric rca*,. Md irpn III. olll

So ridaUr-the enfine's sir<'oohd showroom aj 4W clothesline not to mrsnUoa pLiwpa .pp&icI dotrr. -

> means no water, DO Mtifrms. diatom the dif- I........ aDd Uksxtowni.

and no hose Inks to wary about. AH I.....*. .

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WOM&N Notes Progress i ,
Gains In membership and projects iT

were noted at a recent meetIng I !IRA
County Hospital
of the Suwannee e&f,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Auxiliary. A" i

Recent Inovatlona of the group i WE"BLOW OUR LID-

By Democrat PublisJier are Installation and rental of. lEJ AND STOP TAKING
television sets, operation of a hostess "
/ "Ulc< BECAUSE:
cart and display of floral arrangement EACH ONE r us 5
School Situation In Suwanncc from three local florIfit 4 SERVICES A CIRCUIT : uninutci r.e tact CIMNWr*.,

*. A small profit has been realized W YOUR HOME ? .rseusuwiwen
ia? ; eo*, rrx>.,
County Discussed Woman's Club reported.from sale of these Items It 1 II .'t.. ..............i ...................1.....................

Nine new member have been : I: rot eutrlsaQI'

Members of the Live Oak Woman's Club were told added to the organization and are : / : rn 11IDON'T Ij j i TRY ANY.

of school problems In this county by Louie C. Wadsworth, r cj now doing volunteer work at the i 2 i : THING ELSE BUT
School Board Advisory hospital. 0
member of the Suwannee County I THE RIGHT fUSE
Committee and who filled in for Committee Chairman Valentines are to be providedeach I GUARDS
patient on February 14 and THE RIGHT SUPPlY '
his home several days HAVE
II. Ratliff confined to
Clarence e yrE.aAwkn the auxiliary has named a com ON HAND. REPLACE ME i i *I 8lD1f flEPEATEDLY.'!101 i THE SAFETY
illness A questionand
last week
answer period followsWadsworth' Hicks. Door prize was presented mittee to work with Mrs. Loll WITH GOOD ONE I*. ;J!_ AND CORRECT=JOF j YOUR HOME
of to Mrs. 1[. S. Wolfe. Johnson hospital administrator KM
formal discussion Mrs. Brody C. Harris, chairman on lobby beautlflcation. DWDM.. tn *.. rnnm----
the committee's findings. of the club's community affairs Among recent programs of Interest
Mrs. V. J. Smuts, club president -
committee, presented the Democrat' held by the group was one
presided at the session and Reginald Scott and County Gets $31,000
publisher. put on by
the devotional Grand
Mrs. H. B. Wooley gave OpeningSet
Wadsworth told of the commit I Wendell Lewis, who explained the
tee's formation and its adoptionof Yr work of the North Florida Eye From Race Track Fund)
Announcements made at the
meeting; were that a fish fry' alms and objectives. These he Bank a project sponsored here by For Fayc'sFlowers TALLAHASSEE State Comp
would be held Thursday February said were to determine what was the Live Oak Lions Club. It was troller Ray E. Green said today
25. in the Suwannee High School needed in the way of physical facilities noted that 174 transplant had checks for $31.000 are being mailed .
Cafeteria, that the Junior Club and how to pay for what been made as of November 1964. Feb. 13Faye's to each of the 67 counties is
would hold a hat sale February was found to be needed. and 90 per cent have been successful. their share of the February net
The committee member said the .. There have been 178 don Flowers will hold a grand
fund .
track tax distribution.The
district meeting
18. and that the
.. ., "
.... "
committee used as its criteria the ors to the bank to the present. opening Saturday Feb. 13 with
be held In March
would Perry on comptroller reported each
10. fact 70 per cent of this county' Mr. and 1\ln. W, R. Harrell were surprised by their family The auxiliary pointed out that door prizes for those visiting Live county has received a total of

Quests for the occasion were youths looked to the county for Sunday. February 7, In celebration of their 50th wedding anni further information on the pro- Oak's newest florist business. $102,000 thus far this fiscal year
all the formal education they receive ject could be obtained from either
Mrs. Charles Webb Mrs. Al Wilson versary. The business Is owned and ope- This Is a $10":000 Increase over the
Jr., Mrs Frank Futch Jr., and that only what was best.for The table covered with a cloth of lace and white linen cutwork Scott or Lewis or other membersof rated by J. R. and Faye Cason, same period during the previous
the children of the county the local Lions Club.Officer .
Mrs. Wilton Kane, and Lougenl featured a three tiered cake with miniature golden bell and assisted by Mrs. Allen (Belle) fiscal year.
should be allowed to influence of the auxiliary are
encircled with Ivy. A floral arrangement of yellow mums wa Wooley, in the building formerly I
what was provided.He Mrs. John Hutcherson president: Storeon
Stretch Fabrics Are outlined findings and rec.ommendatlons placed at the other end of the table. Mrs. B. W. Helvenston III. vice housing Carl's Department. Florist and Julian's Flowers
of the committeeto The other floral arrangement placed throughout the home president; and Mrs. Nelson Melvin West Howard Street.Mrs. Cason has been employed with

Becoming Very Popular date decried the miserable attendance carried out the color) scheme secretary-treasurer. Cason has had ten years the. Atlantic CosaUlne for the
TALLAHASSEE Stretch fa)). at a meeting held for The family attending were Mr. and Mr*. E. II. Harrell and son experience In floral work with past II years and Is immediate

rlcs are becoming so popular that Live Oak school patrons last week Thomas Lee Harrell of this city t Mr*. Annelle Martinet and Lnanne Live Oak Florist, and Mrs Wool past president of the Live Oak

by 1970 garment manufacturer and urged fuller attendance at a of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs Melvin Welnksuf and Wayne Greenof 3 Suwannee StudentsOn ey nine years of flower arranging Junior Chamber of CommerceThe

predict 70 per cent of all garments meeting planned for February 22: Jacksonville! Mr. Bertie II. James Alice Jennl and Cella James FSU'a Dean' List with Bryson's Flowers Live Oak florist firm Is a member of
will be woven stretch at which time it Is hoped plans and Sue Luke of Florafax Delivery Service and
of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs Charles Luke
The comfort of stretch fabricsis for most schools In the county will Three Live Oak students were friends and neighbors for the also delivers locally anywhere in
Tallahassee W. R. Harrell Jr., of this city! Mr and Mrs A. J.
a strong point in their favor, have been studied and definite llsetd on the dean's list announced flowers, food cards, and other expressions Suwannee County and to Mayo
says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, recommendations formulated. Stephen and A. J. Stephen HI of Panama City this week at Florida State Uni- of sympathy on the and Jasper.
clothing and textiles specialist, During the question and answer Those not able to attend were) Mr. and Mr. L. L. lunch and versity at Tallahassee for the fall death of our loved one. The Casons live on Suwannre
Florida Agricultural Extension period, many facets of schools family of Pentacolat: Mr and Mr. W. II. Hale and family of New trimester To make the dean's Mrs C. A. Robison Avenue and have two children

Service. These fabrics are becoming were discussed with the concensus Orleans La.Friends. list at the school, students must Mrs. Harold Sapp Robert Jr. 15. and Connie 12
available In variety of ma being that good schools form the of Mr. and Mrs. lUrrell. called during the day carry 12 or more semester hours
terlals and with a variety of uses. basis for good communities and and earn a point average of 3.0 1 .
Studies are being made to measure failure to solve school problems I (81( or higher In most divisions.
the areas of stress and stretchin would result In a deteriorating Florida Uses Hooper To Address On the list announced this COMPLETE
the human body such as the community and not one in which week were Claudia Rose Bass
knee and stretch garments will young people would relish rearing I McAlpin Club Fran T. Buck and James B. Clay- Plumbing and Electrical Supplies

be designed with this in mind. families Two Billion James Hooper Internal revenue ton. all of Live Oak
The two basic categories of Hostesses for the meeting were I agent from the Jacksonville Plywood-Cabinet Hardware
stretch fabrics are power stretch Mrs. E. L. Kent, chairman: Mrs. office will address the
and comfort stretch. W II. Parramore Mrs H. L. Me- Gallons Gas McAlpIn Community Improvement Card Of Thank Tung Oil Paints

Designed for use In foundation Keithen Mrs. ,Niels H. Brorsen 1\ Club at a covered dish
garments swim wear, and other tfrs. Drew Land, Mrs. L. A. \ 15. We wish to express our most
Monday, Feb.
Highway use of gasoline In upper sincere thanks to the hospital Builders
athletic clothing power stretch Blackmon, Mrs. Charles Huffman Florida passed the two billion He will dlMuu new Income staff and Dr. Botolongo for their Langford Supply

__ fabrlci. are hlihly itrotchabla and .Mrs......_A.._Ross._ _Jr"""1'---Mrs Robert _,. 4.,4 s..s _5..a ..aaa lawt 1k..M.a.. wa41starts 1It'ndne'an4" consideration during
at 1:00
1 power", and Mr. J, M.' Sullivan: year, the Florida State Chamber .pm.. the inness of our husband and IlelvriuUn 8t.. S.E. rhoae JIJ.II71
of Commerce stated In 1U Weekly
Where holding strength Is not e I I father. Also our thanks go to our
Business Review released recently.
needed comfort stretch fabrics Reversible Coats ''The volume of gasoline burnedon Seniors Beat I
may be used. In everyday clothes
Florida highways came to 2-
they allow for freedom of move- Lightweight reversible coats are
ment and give. a smooth comfort- Ideal warm weather Items. THfey 113,000,000 gallons last year, 8.fJ Mothers 6-0
per cent more than In 1963 and
able fit.Here can be worn with dressy side out
a for town on breezy days, and the slightly over the comparable national The senior girls were matched "

And There casual side out.for.country walks. approximately gain An 80 added million amount gallon of with football the contest mothers that In ended a defensive In a "How much is that Dart in the window. .?

Mrs. Doris Beverly of Atlanta The leggy look for spring will was used In Florida last year for 6-0 win for the seniors at Lang-

Ga.. spent the week end with her appear In delicately textured off-highways uses Including aviation ford Stadium Saturday night. J '
mother, Mrs. Blanche Sasser. at stockings, unusual shoes such as and military uses. Money derived from ticket
fowling Park recently buckled pumps. "Trends In the volume of gasoline sales will be used by the seniors
consumed on the highways is of Suwannee High School on their "I just have "Like that Dart GT...

I A reliable Indicator of the health annual trip this spring. .to give up with all-n vinyl bucket .
of the economy. Last year's Flor Highlight of the game was the __
Ida gain was the largest since cheering section of the mothers, chasing'Dodge seats padded dash .

0 1959 when the annual gain was T made up of Judge Reece Brown Darts.. "But
carpeting. .
per cent. In 19(3 the Increase was Sheriff Duke McCalllster. Clerk of
a per cent: just under 6 per cent the Court Lavauxhn Sessions, Tax too tiring the works. I'm not
In 1083; 2 per cent In 1981 and 4
Collector Hub Gray and Suwan For a change. It's
per cent In 19(0. Prior to that nee High Principal John John- sporty takingany
time, when Florida was growing I'd rather ride I'm sure
BUILT LIKE AN son. Nothing can touch them for
o most rapidly, annual Increases of
impressiveness In their short -
in one. shell notice it
OFFICE TYPEWRITER up to 12 per cent were not Uncommon skirts and red pantaloons chances.Don't .

"Monthly totals of the volumeof
gasoline used show the strengthof Card Of Thanks I

Flolrda's winter tourism. March! We wish to thank each one who r
vies with December for peak assisted us during the confinement .
month while September Is consistently of our daughter LoUle Ann. :
the lowest month of the In Gainesville Medical Center,
1 ear.." She Is now at home and much Im
a proved. .
Florida has 9.000 varieties of Mr and Mrs Murl Howell :
flowering plants. (Paid Notice) ) !

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IHMM wt4 ffin.. A CM| slut. Tk. Cl.u!. M tIN'r., ca.l."II ...d The Income tax deadline always has a way of creeping
It --.. It t M wrItMt Imfe .IM,,.. r..I"NM tanww .' ..
C.,... I was, :*.:k ,up even though you are aware of it Are
.. you
MvrlBg M ..*." ......1.... WTM l,.li.. C..... a LP
CUUIC It II NKIft tlXI A rOIT. = s.hr. ",'h.na.e TAM "down to your bit dollar" M a result of unforeseen
AUK l n.. dm* It b ...,/s not en* ru.Ahl.J 1. I'
.... emergencies, sickness accidents loss of work?
pi -.a pwtaU*.OMNIUM- fMMno -- or
I .N.g+ by F.r.quw.Ag. M..m.g.e.Psi you take thane" either a Get
J P.es at;l If you need extra cash to pay your income tax, or m get flee ttWIg. a part
, u.. 0tIce K.yb.erd e.... ..-

.._.. ,... ...... r.,.... T.bslsts. for any worthwhile need, see us. o.t ti.llasdtes CIIIfIC1 m 'd......s..d b11 M a "'I.., w wafer Kea.cwt 5wa ra

I Orkt-... Mere" .rnMl Tev* $.. IN Uric d Eared 5. tr .W'L M/ ....i s hale c.pa pq ill 6. Ter tlitldma d "
fetor rrl.a. c.rryby! c.,
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LIVE OAK FLORIDA 213 W. Howard St. Phocw 3S2-2922 0., n.. .

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Last Rites For I. County Scouts PartifipnttScout .". In Junior Olympics Last Rites For Florida Mineral I

0. B. Faircloth J. T. McLain Value Increases

Held SundayFuneral Held MondayJames 19 Per CentThe

service for Oscar 1 B
J value of Florida mineral
Faircloth were held Sunday after Thomas McCain, retired
at Iteula railroad worker of rural Branford has stepped up 19 per cent during
noon at two-thirty
Baptist Church with the Rc\ ,, died February A at the local hospital the past four years, the Florida
Clarence Parker and the Rev V He was 83 years of age and State Chamber of Commerce reported .
Bulral was a native of Suwannee County In Its Weekly Business Review .
H Oray officiating was I III
and life-long resident of thy I II released yesterday.
the adjoining cemetery
Mr. Faircloth died Februaryat B tf ''41a area All minerals produced In Florida
the local hospital following i. I Funeral services were held last year were valued at mine .,
lengthy Ulnes He was born I li, Monday afternoon at 2:00: p.mat I level at $310874000. highest on
Madison County October 15. 188', the Alton Church of God. of record and 5 per cent over 1983
and was a retired farmer He hei which the deceased was a member The comparable I960 total was

membership in Beulah Baptls! ,, with the Rev E. L. Newton, tl78.933.000.
Church. ; pantor of the church officiating "The largest increase was In

Survivor Include the widow, oI Interment was in the Day Cemetery phosphate with sales of 1107.834.-

Mrs. Mattie Faircloth of this city. .- with the Jamea B Dnnlet 000 last year, almost a third more
Funeral Home of Branford in than in I960 Limestone, the sec
two daughter. Mr. Herbert Phil of three Sawannee County troops participated In a
charge of arrangement ond ranking mineral In the state,
Tarpon Springs and Mr .. I
lips. junior Olympic event at Bradford Monday night. In the picture \
Survivors Include the widow, had total sales of 1(0,897,004 up
Elsie Baker, Bartow; a son. Ray
to the right Flit Class Scout Danny Bruce of Uve Oak I* shown ,.
Mrs Ila Rebecca> McClaln Branford I 9 per cent during the Interval
mond Faircloth. CIe.rwatt'r fou:
about to tow the shot put a record SI fret In
the photo above, ,
sister Mr Laura Tyson Live .. three daughters Mrs. H U "CI.,. were worth 17.943000, again
Second CUM Dalton KUpatrlck of Branford la '
Oak Mr*. Daisy Hendricks. Mayo scores lint the Hines, Dunncllon. Mrs John C. of 35 per cent and sand and
Mrs Bonnie B Rauleraon. Perry high jump with a leap of 4 feet 11 itches. A special award pro* Thomas Branford, and Mra. gravel came to |J.931000. up 7
and Mrs. Roaebelle Silas Jack gram will be held here Monday night at the First Methodist Rctlm Mae Wllnon Alamenda.Calif per cent' In four years Other

sonvllle; four brothers Olen Pair j Church. (Photo Br Dan Stalner) .... .; two gone Wllll W, Me- mineral are produced In FloridaIn
cloth. Perry Horton Falrcloth Claln. Orange Park, and David smaller quantities They Include

.(11y Mayo Marshall Falrcloth, Teen Last Rites Held Farm Itttreau February Funeral Circulation GnW" I. UvClaln. U. 8. Navy. Alamenda.Calif petroleum, natural gas
and Clearwater .; 10 grandchildren and 10 peat cement, lime, magnesium
ton Loy Falrcloth I
). Meeting Date Changed' Total dally circulation In the great-grandchildren
: two grandchildren and on compound from tea water, titanium
great-grandchild. Wednesday For Rerular monthly meeting Held MondayFor V, S. In 198 for morning and Active pallbearers were W OCroft. and related concentrate

Active pallbearers were Mar! date of the Suwannee County evening newspapers wa 89.848.. Roscoe C. Land. John and abrasives

Lepper. Doe Clark Herbert Jor Nathan Farm Bureau ha keen changed Connell 8(8 as compared with H,800.000In Jonea, Pete William, Loran WI!. "Florida' mineral Industry! U. a
1.'h den Jerry Crtbb. Larry Parker, KingFuneral to Fehrwary IS and will be. hMat 1(50 Hams, and Nathan Hill sit t user of water 334 billion gallon .

and Albert AUbrttton. service for Nathan Wellborn. Normal meeting WlUlan Alden Connell! i Serving as honorary pallbearer during 1943: the last year for
Serving as honorary pallbl'artrsWl'rt this date would be February IS. date were Marshall OSteen. the Rev which figure are available This
Walter King. 77. resident of at the Advent Christian I
Jt.r Osmond Palmer Matt AU. selected for the annual banquet at the Home with Dr. Robert L. John Land Dave Plpktna, Drew amount ranked Florida at top
of his life, wereheld
county for mOlt Dowllng Park died at the
.Itu brltton. Park Fortner O org' 3 00 of the Llvektork Promotion Peterson conducting the service Bell Milton Muller Knox Ward Late In the amount of water used
.rIe Wednesday afternoon : Sunday morning after a l
Harmony, Laraughn A. Session,, Church Committee. ch.pt'I Interment was In the Dowllng Roy Bell, J, M Barnes, and Mack tor this purpose. Seventy per cent
at Tiger Lake Baptist Illnes He wa a native of
11 pm. Change In the bureau date Park Home and Orphanage Ccmrtery > Clark of this water .re-circulated
Herbert Ors,. Everett Starling, and
with the Rev Olenn Sumner theater Iowa, and wa 88 I
Edgar Lyons Mack Clark and officiating. was made .. permit member to with Buwannte Funeral a and used several, time The baltnce .
Robert Calhoun half of when d .
the Rev. years age
Home of Uve Oak In charge of
Jesse Tucker. attend the livestock mretlnc. was new ....taken from
Burial was In the adjoining furred
Suwanne Funeral Home ol arrangements. Pay llirir Own Way the. earth totaling 75 blWon gal

.11 Live Oak had charge of arrange cemetery.died here suddenly Monday He was retired and held Survivors Include the widow, Florida. wildlife officers pay ons of which 65 billion were eta
Ifte menu King retired farmer Funeral Services txrshlp In the Biilcr Mrs Adelaide Conn'l.1M! a their own way Employers: of the barged; and 10 billion were actu-
was a
He advent
Christian Church
Hamilton County August resident at the Home: and two Oame and Fresh Water Fish\ all, consumed n the mining pro-
was born ling Park.
daughters, Mr. Florence Robin- Commission not from G4'M."
are exempt
Jtd Missy", Smalley, Former 21. 1887 and manhood.came to this For Joe Flint Last rite were held IOn, Muscatlne, Iowa and Mrs purchasing hunting or fishing .

Resident" Here, Dim county Survivor In early Include the widow' lemoon at 1:30: pm. In the I I Leah Kennedy Lincoln Neb llcenaea as required by law. (cot('. Ruppll' at Mo<"_.Men'l)

14 Miss Thelma 8ma1l1" who Mrs. Vlsale King McAlpln; two On ThursdayJoseph --- -- -
,n both of whom resideat
served a* secretary for the First daughter
'0 Methodist Church while a red- Clearwater; tep-on.. Blah Howard Flint 71. real

dent here some years ago died of Skinner Live Oak, a footer con. dent of Wellborn for the past 51!*
P a heart attack at the, home of Clayton Skinner. McAlpin: K year and a former school teacher .
II her mother In Georgia January grandchildren and five greatrandchlldren. In this county, died Monday at

XT. ( the Veteran* Hospital at Lake
Miss Smaller will be remember Active pallbearer were Marvin City.
ed as the stater of Jack Smalley Mum. Ed Mum O. D. Hick Ira lie was a native of BrthamyMo .

who waa manager of McCrorye Home Leonard Btanaet. and Fred .. having been born there December .
for some years and .is now a hardware McLeod I, 1893 He came to Wellborn ,
merchant In Jacksonville. The June B. Daniel Funeral In I9S8 and taught for three

Mrs. Smaller .Is the former MUM Home of Live Oak was In chargeof year In schools of this county.

Lela Edwards of Live Oak. arrangement The deceased was a Baptl Need A Good Salesman ?
INVITATION TO BID and held membership In a churchIn
Public Notice MOT1CB to -... .tv.e! lk.l lkC/ fc Missouri.
... .Ill l MM Its UP ta r.M..eIs
NOTICE Of IWTTNTION II. .4.40 t 45 P. M. held this afternoon (Thursday) \
TO DISSOLVE.! COHPOftATION IM.'ie.s't.d Nn k* gdwad1.M.11.I114: at too: pa. with the Rev W. II. Good salesmen hard to Hv tKai .
W.. .'." ..*, led rvtvtakuiIk* (M 1.111. are to com many ""H II" I..
N.IW.. to 4...... rrsd. at.. red en,1.. S it- ..... ..'i Oray assisted by the no*. aten.rr retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin rub
"ut w ..... .. lamp to
"..... $ wl .. .... -- ..... CHf *t U (.*.k. to .M Pw. *' and the Rev, Everett: WII.
...<.. -..>. tatd ... A..... *A W.'... ilrwrt. I lie'
.M1..M Ik.lk few MN. of ,...... ... .M.M4M r....... N tk. CM,'. tlamson. officiating. Burial was when he needed more help to ell merchandise.It .
ik. ... .. .t Ik. amvtar .. out.. s-" Issue ... MM w.da14. to be In McCtellan Cemetery at
Ie .. .. .. ... W _..... *l Ik. City Chirk t
.... ..4 .w v .. i r u MM wti .. ,. cur .... Wellborn with the James BDaniels .
........Ml fr lit. <( .
Ik* flMM W nv-rt. u4 Mr Nei :* *r tk Funeral Home of Live

.Uu...*... Ftort* .*.tW*.*.r-llMM.- .... W l.Ice l t .- ( .Cwwe. bl. rr.r. Oak in charge of arrangement would also be nice if the lamp produced a talesman
.. L.1M I" 11.rl.ld. ('a. U. Survivor Include the widow.
Ik* _. .ta...- wt/wN-,.... ..... M..w. yl..b4..sATTEIt Mr*. Elsie Film Wellborn: adaughter. who worked almost 24 hours a day who could make all
.. ,
..... ....... .. .atlasts.
.. awtHk at_ Mw.t .,.y W rwr?. Chirk Mra. Virginia Derrlng.
4 Ikl. *...Hare M.k ..4 .MTf WKkMraUM ....* ton. Fernandtna Beach: three necessary, see every customer, every
.. .... .
Natd *- ( U ed
<-k. 141 ,. __ ..dp.41 IN" Trig ciacurr ronnT or Trig AND on*. June Flint. U. S Air Force day.
<.. ..... tk. .rY.. THIBO JUDICIAL CIBCWIT. IN i
.. ..Ik......UIM... n. rr.td.. ...,-.'... .IM ron SUWANNIB, COVMTT. ru>a Larry Flint Frmandlna Beach,
... .-..,... M Ik. Ownw *f Ik. SUM IOAPr..w.ad and Massy Flint. Wellborn: two
.. ,...... ...- .IU feM ".. ..-.. Idl.N.W IM.U brother Victor and Doyle Flint
!.._.-., Ira MUM dwwl.re ..*) MiMICWiNNrg .... 5_ G..wr. 1IIOT1a both of whom reelde In Kanaas: It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn'tmake

COUWTYB Li" 0.5 .......... and seven grandchildren.
/ aAU I mistakes, who always told the coned sales tory,
my ....... rrte 1- ,Ng.wW.41. L D'
u.. D.ara .. .....: .Iwtff J'i-=.'. .ar. who found interested customers on short notice, and sold
...... ad Is .Wed a w.e National Milt
_u._ .T_CWI L. .rr.Ma...._ .....,_ re.d.r --. of...the... ,,1J1H'rty merchandise
wtIW -
_- ..... led tMvs."yG. ......-. Two Lire Agent
B..- .c W. C tmm* r I..P w' -. Y N
Ur* Ck* .yMIM.M.s.-.... Two new addition to the permanent .
... .. .11.1 r Malty u. n I. .III. fore of Liberty National .
.._ al.w a. Ct..w agency
sty .. gar If the merchant rubbed hard he might find salesman
u. teaS .. t. n.. [IIRI. Life's Live Oak District a

...- al.w ...CWI... ....... .... '.NMaMa1I_ M I./1a ,I... TIC" aIRNr1 Office wan announced this week who could go right into the home right into the living room
u. Vic*.
Mw% District Manager C W.
.f Nwh by
ll t* r"ef.N'lr'-.. Ilwrd .has .. Nra std wt, :' Nwy .. W M CoUon win work the and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of his merchandise.

ku ..k4 ... /L.. ,AIM .. Ir .wM.If d ,.. ...... wNd Mayo Unitary and W. A. Weldon

.......... kl ptkUWBATMM LI. Oak. rter.- ..,.... .$51... .....,.5.4-.....the. bad f1M_. Mt.. dN.nh. d win serve the Lake City area Vkw .
==. WJ ,tW.rjnil IMCM.."'= -:.....* .M .._,. -. 1.1.1 Is ,M.f.w.alw .. _14-
....... ... 54v .....5 Ie IM sn Both Liberty Life representative
I k
,... ..
.. .... .. PP.SIt r-
IM WITNIM WB rarer. i wIk Cw5 ... .. ..... M1, recently returned from
... Teewq / N. would work low That
ht.d / N.wd And that salesman at
__ .... ..NwM a wage.
--r d Ik* ...>. dII h_ c-.t,. r I an bilenatre ....Ift"act" -' at
lye_,.......Ik Is* M CM tIIneM Mk the M Ik*b.Ise... M -err'..Ie. .t.e.....M tile IM_ .-5I..-4.nt1.d 1.44.' ,the company Btrmlnghaaa Home seems impouible, but it would be a big factor He would
M, W rvkra-r. A. D. IW*. ,. _.. w .-W std MM. Office tetter they received special
.., sick off take vacation
IIAU N/ -Dl'ES wed N.CALLUTeg.w+*= ah.Mrls. tmstnirUon la tale and policyholder never get never lay never a ,

a, TOU ADAMSBOtrTMY or STATB ..... ....... C..q, 11wtAe \ ..m .. just what his employer wanted him to say


I Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't producethat

Used Equipment Bargains sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman

comes only in air castles and newspapers.

1-851 Ford Tractor-excellent

2 .850 Ford Tractors-recondlUoned Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper

2.871 Selectope d-frconditioned advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super

2-Fordson Dextas-real bargains ftaieman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesmanAll

1. Super Dexta-good that U needed to put him to work is call a representativeof '

1.650 Ford Tractor-excellent this newspaper at 3621734.

3 8N Ford Tradors- 'BARGAINS"

Farmallwith equipment


Various Other Models From Which To Choose



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Subscriptions Laborers tn the Kingdom ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON .,1JfrM8.---

fawipar.bftth.w its. M.JMII .
CornerREV. Suwannee DemocratListed : _

below are new subscriptions -
and subscriptions renewedto
RAYMOND WHITE the Suwannee Democrat from i... ..-,
January 29 to February 5. t
Minister St. Luke's Episcopal Church NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS 1

Clifford L, Tuten, N. Y., N. Y. I
1 Mrs. Mildred Wise, Rt.. L, O. .
And Peter remembered the Lord, or to deny him his courage C. M. Padgett. Lake Wales
word of the Lord how he had was not sufficient to the task. Habala and Habala Accounts, I. I J \l

aid to him "Before the cock Jesus knew Peter's strength, and Branford t __ }. _. \ _
crows today you will deny me he knew Peter's weakness. And he Donald Nelson, Alexandria Va. = of HI
r tut..* the sunset Konlo law dirt advlaM ear rick young ma Tb*parabl. of tho.W..uat.l Wbm JMM agin i .poIIU approaching
three times. And he went predicted that Peter would deny PFC Hal W, Adams, Ft Jack ttgfrdlng divorce ..y\nIlt should b* who Mka eternal life to give hi* UM principle that tnrtoa to Ood II a deal and rMumeUon, UrMgr.nt.d ,
out and wept bitterly.Luke him, not once but three times, be- son, S. C.SUBSCRIPTIONS. only" lot adultery. Whoa the mall. to th poor and follow Him, condition of the kingdom of Hv b wlflih ambttloM of Jam. ** and John
( 22:61-62)) for the cock crowed. It hap- RENEWED dliclplM: bur" UM way *f torn chll- _ylftlf. a I'IDIa ....* Halt hardly utter Thl gnat of *umal lib along an ral4 In thtr r .i dim, Chrtat nil than to Him and IntO th* kingdom o* It__ T* ...uaII, to all who have work.* laOofl poalUou In HI* kingdom. .1
This passage ends the account pened. And Peter remembered Curtis Griffin, Branford .. tntlr lutune. rtbukM thm
) of the knowing
bloat than, **ylng they an the Peter and th* dladpl: how .r H* vineyard regard
of Peter's inability to witness to And Peter wept bitterly.We Cleophus Bikes, O'BrienR. nwt dlgibl for the Kngtom al God pronlM. great ward* In havnXUttlvnr /-. length of time they ha.* Iabond.1f000UM.tuw.. M.IT-M.
the Lord during the time when it are like Peter In many A. Greene, Lake CityJ. Matthew IB:1-19. If:It-M. Matthew :JO.t-la.; GOLDEN TEXT: 5(55154W::10.11.

appeared that Jesus needed to ways. We trust In our own strength E. Tucker Rt., L. O.
have someone stand up for him to over come temptation, and William McCook L. 0
and to take hU side In the trial. to be able to stand firm when we Mrs Annie L. Fouraker. Wellborn Pine Level I Ccachvillc

During the previous months of are faced with decisions that require -
his ministry, Jesus had come to us to acknowledge Christ L. E. Holmes,'LakelandMrs.
Mrs. J. H. Reynolds of Live Oak weiler of Suwannee Belle Estates Our pastor the Rev F. E. Day Mrs Leggett of Jacksonville and
know his disciples well, for they and our trust In him. And like Verna Sasser, Rt.. O.
life Service Talla- was supper guest of Mr and Mrs. attended services at Pine Level of Lake City U a patient In the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll and
all had shared a common Peter, we are not able to stand Florida Forest ,
night and day; likewise, during firm in our commitment and to hasseeJ. Drew Holmes Monday night. Church Sunday night Veterans Hospital in Lake City son Wayne, of Gainesville on
had Mr, and Mri. Harry Lepper and Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Toole and and the guest speaker Sundaywas Sunday.
this time, the disciples come say, "Yes I know Jesus. Or, "Yes, H. Sapp, McAlpln
children were guests of M. Jimmy, and Kenneth Dutton visited Rev. Moreshead of Lake City.Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Tidwell and Mrs.
to love and trust Jesus and to I am one of his followers. Or, V, W. prevail, McAlpln supper
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes BlU and daughter, Sanford Beach visited Rev. Day
have a crowing commitment and "Yes, my life is oriented aroundthe J. D. Doff, McAlpln J. Lepper in Lake City Saturday Hartley
allegiance to him. But now, dur Gospel of Jesus Christ." Our L. M. Wilson O'Brien night. Sunday night. Sandra of Mulberry were guestsof In the Veterans Hospital Sundayafternoon
Misses Beth Ann and Robin her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. O. and we are glad he Is
hour of his Oswald Oornto,
ing the persecution: human weakness causes us to Perry Mrs. Eddie McCall and Mrs
and trial, where had the dlciples deny him more than once: more Mrs. Porter Brown, Rt., L. O. Ruth Taylor of Klsslmmee spent Lepper spent Sunday with Louise, D. Beach. Sunday. Improving.
Faye, and Joyce Hayes. Mrs. Vera Godwin of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Cason
gone? For fear of their own safe than three times. Every day of Mrs. D. R. Black, Rt.. L 0 Wednesday night and Thursday
II Rev. Charles Johnson visited visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom and children. Dewayne and Cam-
ty, they had fled and were presumbably our life Is filled with Instances Mrs Julia Hawkins, Wellborn with Mr and Mrs. L. P. Portner
Mr. and Mrs H. M. Moore awhile of Jacksonville were guests of
Sunday. my. :
In hiding from the Jew when we are not faithful to the Mrs. Ruth Strozer
Rev. Charles Johnson spent Sunday afternoon.Mr. Rev Marvin Odom filled his Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason last
who had seized their Master and Lord, but turn from him and follow Rudolph V. Scott, Rt., L. O.
I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nor and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited appointment at the Deep Creek week end.
who were planning to put him to the dictates of some other Edgar Lyons, Rt., L. O.
death. Only Peter tagged along I Hal W, Adams, MayoA man Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Advent Christian Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Cason and (
god.But Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs. Monday night. Jesse KIrby of Cedar Keys is son. Donald, were guests of Mrs.
and stood by to watch what was what is our reaction to our D. Ramls, L. O.
Oordon Keeling in Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were visiting Mr and Mrs. Willie Beach Lela Lewis of Wellborn Fridayevening.
happening to Jesus. Big, strong, shortcomings? Do we, like Peter, Joe Johnson, L. O.
Thursday afternoon.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs R. this The Beaches also had .
blustering Peter, who loved the become remorseful and weep bit Carl Chauncey L. O. supper week. ,
and Mri. J. F. Toole and H. Roberts in Lake City Saturday u guests, Mr and Mrs. Martin B. E. 8poon went to the Vetc
Lord as well as any of them, probably terly, knowing In our hearts the Oscar Green, L. O.
showed more courage than the enormity of the evil that we have Melvin Owens Branford son, Jimmy, spent Sunday with night Beach and sons Scott and Randy, erans Hospital Monday for minor ,csurgery.
Mr. and Mrs. W P. Brim and Mr. Rev Charles Johnson visited of Gainesville Saturday evening, .
rest by standing around on the done against the Lord? Or are we H. F Putnal MayoH. I
outside of the crowd; however, like Judas who also denied Jesus L. Prevatt, McAlpln and Mrs. Johnny Brim. Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Toole Sunday and Mr and Mr,. Johnny Kirby Mrs. Jerry Hall wu a business
Mr and Mrs. L. P. Fortntr and afternoon. and daughter Elaine, of O'Brien visitor In Live Oak Monday.
when he was confronted with the but who went and hanged himself John F. Wiggins, L. O.
Mrs. J. B. Wilson business
decision to acknowledge Jesus as ? The sin of Judas cannot be A. B. Ware, BranfordMrs. visitors in Jacksonville were I $I

called greater than that of Peter, H. L. Blankenship, Umatilla Mr and Mrs. Raymond Friday.Dot- I
They both denied Jesus. But
DO YOU HAVE AN Judas, unlike Peter, did not understand O. E. Peeples, Hlaleah Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing !:
Alcohol Problem? the forgiving love ol Mr. and Mrs. II. Dean Moore, Two County Student

Jesus, and the knowledge of what Jacksonville _
We now have in Live Oak he had done was too much for J. W Deese, Delray Beach :Make Dean's List M si
Thurston B McLeran. Wellborn mI I Special features make this heavy duty
an AA Group ready to him to bear alone. Judas, unlike Two Suwannee County students
Peter, became his own final Modern Memorial, High Spring .1 S -
help you. judge of his actions, and concluded Lutch Oldham, Hartsville, sophomores were among who the 359 qualified freshmen for and the I I t r' \)1 29 gauge Galvanized metal roofing: a .u-

WRITEP. that Jesus could not forgive Tenn. dean's list for the fall trimesterat (, J,{ perior quality at a low, low price.
Miss Annie Lou Allen, Macon, ,
O. Box 591, him for betraying him, nor could the University of Florida. They l I
God forgive him, and perhaps Gs.Miss .
LIVE OAK were Karolyn R. Johnston of
equally Important, nor could he Clifford Shank, Washing ,
OR CONTACT YOUR Branford and Candace Meta
ton, Oa.
Physician or Minister forgive The message himself.that Jesus brought F. F. Rumbley, Camp LejueneN. Hampton of Live Oak. 4 f3p.ci.l '

Is that God does forgive us if we C. The group of honor students Leakproo/ .a '
C. H. Terry, O'BrienL. represent the top five per cent of Features : GROCERY
C. Terry. O'Brien an enrollment that totals 7.190 I
students There were 191 : Mayo Road Phone 362-1235
G. W. Howard BradentonMrs. men and
: 2. ttw rV..mr. lsH > Rt.
Mary Lee Hlckman, L, O 168 women who carried a course
Allis-Chalmers J. W. Bailey, Rt., L. O. load of at least U credit hours I. lite '..... Goss I. '. Vrsta OPEN 5130 A.M. 'TIL 10.00. P.M. '
and compiled a grade average of .; ..tc..-e .. ... Tt>e T...* COT**
1.36 or better to qualify for the
re truly sorry for our dlsobedl- (
honor ;
.SALES.and.SERyjCE aces! to his will and sincerely In-

*,, ,-ii-1 I IN THE LIVE OAK AREA_.....,. I Into-----4.a new life, following his...commandments .......- !.......'.............,...........................................................................................................". I.,. .

and walking henceforth

We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor J esus In forgave his way those From who the cruel cross WARD FERTILIZER CO. I '

f led him and interceded for the
(Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver) father's forgiveness Who are we i

to say that Ood cannot forgive
-ALL WORK GUARANTEED oLeo ur transgressions, regardleu of OFFERS tiIN

ow enormous they seem to ui?
fo' do so Is to contradict Ood

Dunham Building ilmself u he revealed himself to COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE ru
is In Jesus. God came to live

(Mayo Road Across From Howland Feed Mill) a imong us as his Bon not to contemn

us as sinners, but to save usa SPREADER SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION
Phone 362-3222 a I slnneri, so that the world :

hrough him might be saved. To Company Owned and Operated Bulk
Transport Prompt Service
bI aware of the multltudlnesi of Delivery

Landen Tractor Co. sir sins is one thing. To put human Credits Terms Extended So That Due Date Will Coincide With Customers Sales 's
limitations on the forgive-
ear of God 1s another. No sin can

HAROLD LANDEN, Owner separate sinner the from contrite the and boundless repentint ASK ABOUT OUR CASH DISCOUNT

ind' merciful love of Ood. QUALITY PRODUCTS

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- Ward Fertilizer Company of Branford offers *to the farmers and people of the Suwannee River J
many benefit because It U a locally operated plant. The _
know the people of the Suwannee concern U managed by local people, men who :
AND INSURED area and their problem I"

Ward Fertilizer' ', products are made for the soils .
of the
Suwannee River ntra
who know Valley by people :
kAiJ these soil from both study and
experience The Company will also mix
fertilizer for the :
farmer. :
GRAIN own analysis if they ao desire giving them a "tailor made" product.

Credit terms are made by I local JIlt.
people who know the
problems and
needs of the local people and :
BONDED they can give you the answer to these credit problems without delays. ....

The management of this Company .Is working at all times z=.
sources of Income that will provide bigger and toterpnntotowtmS&toMn i&lSi w...

STORAGE for all concerns in the Suwannce River Valley. They can also furnish the farmers with technical uStl ;: ;:::'
ance by In various
expert agricultural fields from Southern
Company upon request. ,_
- The Company pays urea locally bearing burden that others Would k"
rot located in this area to W If the plant wa :

Dealer In The Company pays $90,000 annual payroll which .
the local I'
Phillips 66" Anhydrous Ammonia Ward Fertiliier Company also operate its economy !
own shop to keep its modern equipment In the best of "0T1
condition to give the farmer of this area the best In efficient and prompt service c"a

Agrico FertilizerBulk Want Fertilizer Company baa provided the farmers ot the Suwannee River
dollars of nlnp on aU types of fertilizer due to lower Valley with thousands of 2
this tzauportAUOQ costa on all fertilizers delivered In i :"rM
because of freight rate equalization with
or Bagged uted In the heart of the Suwannee River Valley. points to BraDford u a result of this. plant being lo. :::::

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: Ward Fertilizer Company 1 b a citizen of the Suwannce River '
is and future need ofthe fanner and citizen Valley and hope to serve the present : + .:
See Us For Your Seed Needs-- 1 with the best product: and most efficient nice that
available and also hopes to have a Prominent part In the future development an

--Let Us Fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders Country. of the BuwaDDH River :: :y w.w are



; i! Phone 362-3596 North Mile Houston North StV4 of !: HENRY M. WARD, GENERAL MANAGER i

Night 362-1164 Livestock Market FRANaS WARD i
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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT Social Security Muggs and Skeeter

Answers 3lA t twagp! 2iA .c rut ltf aultTtnt tt lEro/te .,TuAT Mtlt11IRraI10At4Ymasc

Suwannee Valley Livestock Market toolcsJt:1 N'.Igl1YAiADI.tllKgt.N4W1 Dca'r MWir111K)?, MUATK will Yetil/etaY.. JAEAL11unTwAt! ,

Cattle sates at the Suwannee' and utility brought 130011500. Editor's!: Note: These questions

alleY Livestock Market lastednelC1aJ' Calves, 100-250 Ibs. one choice and answer are compiled by Wll-

February 3. totaled animal brought $21.29 while ham M. )rra. District Managerfor

[compared to the 182 sold the standards sold for $1775-$20.33; the Social Security: Administration \ / r

,eek previous. and utility for $13.00-$17.80. at Valdosta. Fans Invites

AU slime moved actively thru Hog sales for the day totaled readers to mall their questions to

ilighUy expanded number of 706 compared with the 138 sold him at P. O. Box 1122. Valdosta,

tie.... the previous week. Oa. Please do not mall your In.
cows were steady Mixed grades 180-210 Ibs. and qulries to this paper.)
other slaughter clssses were '. 210.240 Ibs. barrows and gilts QUESTION: A man who works

.Wle both weeks. sold for $14.30; 240-270 Ibs. sold for me gets social: security checks.He .
w Keeder-stocker In one steers were weak for $15.50; 180-180 Ibs. for $15.64; says I don't have to hold out

heifers were steady to $1.00 140-100 Ibs. for $14.70; 120-140 any tax on him due to his age.I --- ----

hUe were steady to 50* Ibs. for $1410; 100-120 Ibs. for thought you had to pay It on

,wer while Cows calla were strong to $1415; and 80-100 lbs for 1405. every worker. Is he right MINUTES. BOARD OF pt'BIJC 1964: Lonnls B. Hurst. December Moved by V. V. Brim and see coded by' V V. Brim that Bar.

ti wer Most sows, 180-800 Ibs. brought ANSWER: No. This was true INSTRUCTION sew ANNEE 10. 11, ft 12. IIIS4; John A, Cade onded by L. M. Crews that custodian bara B. Pierce be granted maternity .

JO higher.three-fourths of thelPPlJ' $11.7i-$13-25 and boars went for : over twenty-five years sgo. But. COUNTY FLORIDA Jr. December 2. 3.'I 4, 1064: at Wellborn be raIled to leave for 2nd semester Motion

Nearly cleared to feeder-storker 700. I since 1939. no exemptions are Live Oak Florida 0 H. Munch Jr., December 10, $165.00 per month. Motion car carried.

while about one-third of Medium and good feeder pits. made from paying social securitytax December I, leet 11, ft 12. 1964; Everett William n ed. Moved by V V. Brim and seconded .
iccounts were calvea. under 70 Ibs. sold for $1100- for age except when your own The Board of Public Instruction IOn December It, 15, 1984; Roa- There being no further bust' by L. M. Crews that the

,e total good 650 lb. slaughter steer $1700. mostly $1400 up while children under age :21 are working met on December 8.1904 with the slnnl Oranvllle, DecemberI, ness, the Board adjourned. following leave be approved by

One for $1179 while standards those 70-100 Ibs. went for $15.00- in a business owned solely by following members present: lien. 1964. Henry kl. Fotoom the Board. Motion carried.

ld $1500-818.75 and one $1675 their parent. ry Vann Chairman. L. M. Crews, Motion carried. Supt. and Secretary Annual leave Clarence Ter

,,ent for brought $11.75. U. QUESTION: How would hos T. R. Barnett V. V. Brim, and I Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded Board of Public Instroctlon ry. December 28. 29. 30, and 31,

Jtter standard heifer sold for Airman Cribbs pltallsatlon benefits under social Otto Dlckman. by L. M. Crews. that Mrs Henry E Vann, Chairman 1964: Znri Hudson December 28,
One In Air security affect old people who do Chairman Henry Vann called Leo Ross be approved bus driver
while utility heifers I u Board of Public Instruction 29. 30 and 31, 1964; Leroy Bow
nought Ie 00 $1373-$14.7S. Control Unit In Enplane# not get social security checks? the meeting to order; T. R. Bar for city routes. Motion carried. doln. December' 23. 28. 20. 30. SI,

cows IPSWICH. England Airman ANSWER: We dons know: nett led In prayer Bids for basketball back slops Live Oak. Florida 1964; John A, Cade, December 38
Utility with ovenyflhsce Second Class Louis P. Crlbbs son who can say exactly what provisions Minutes. of November 3. 1064 and bleachers for Douglass Oym December 14. 18114 [ and 31. 1964.
H7i-l200: cutters went for of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Crlbbs will be made focttospltsll* were omitted.J. 'nsdum were. opened and tabula. The Board of Public Instruction Moved by L. M. Crews and seconded .

1050-11300: and canners sold of Route 4. Live Oak Is a member sation of this nation's older pro- B. Mills and Mr. John Hampton ted.Unlveraal met on December 14, 1964 with by V, V. Brim to sign lease

$975-110.75. of the U. 8. Air Force: air traffic pie? But liut u soon u any bill met with the Board to present Besting Company the following members present: L. agreement' with Buwannee County

or One utility bull sold for $16.25 control unit at Bentwaters RAF Congress ls considering becomes views\ concerning fall-out shelterIn Backstops $3.063 00; Bleachers M. Crews. Vice Chairman V. V Development Authority for use of

hUe high canners and cuttersold Station England: which has been law, we will let you know all about the new Suwannee High School. $5.13700. Brim and Otto Dlckman. Douglass Oym. Motion carried.

$1100-114.75. rated the best In the United It. Moved by T. R. Barnett and American Seating Company The purples of the meeting was Moved by V. V, Brim and seconded
utility calf sold for $14.00. Kingdom QUESTION: Can my wife takeOver seconded by V, V. Brim to accept Backstops $3,74824; Bleachers to examine and approve the preliminary by L, M. Crews to approve
One the farm and get the soda) reslgnstlon of Mrs Jacqueline $.1102.00..
Good feeder-stocker steers wentor Airman Crlbbs ls a flight opera plans for the High Spesssrd lloatrlght as teacher in
$170000; standards sold Dons speclslist in a unit of the security credit In her name now Walker Wilson and Mary Lou Moved by V. V. Brim and seconded School, Pine View Pine View School to replace Mrs.

: utility grades Air Force Communications Service that I alff'd1.ot mine? Reid as teachers. Motion earned by Otto Dlckmsn to accept Moved by V. V. Brim and sec Barbara B. Pierce who ls on ms-
''or UO.U. 00: and one Inferior which maintains communl ANSWER: she could but the Moved by Otto Dickman and low bid. Motion carried onded by Otto Dlckman. that preliminary ternlty leave for 2nd semester
or II would have to be a legal seconded by V. V. Brim to employ Moved
rought $9..00.Standarel cations for control of global Air transfer by T R. Barnett and plans for Pine View Motion carried.There .
> heifers went for $13- Force operations.The one that gave her the full right Charlie Northlngton and Ed seconded by Otto Dickman that School addition be approved to being no further businessthe

',0-SU.15: utilities sold for $1100- airman a graduate of Terry to own and dispose of the farm Brown aa custodians at Douglass maternity leave for Barbara M inter revision\ of Vocational Agricultureand Board adjourned.
and inferiors for 110.00.S11.'l5. Parker Junior Senior High without your permission Other High School subject to approvalof be cancelled since she did not Industrial Arts Department Henry M. PolsomBupt.
$1325; School. Jacksonville wise we would have to assume trustees. Motion carried. UM It and that she be put on con Motion carried. and Secreary

Utility. and low standard cows classes conducted by the University attends that she did this just to try to get Moved by T, R. Barnett and Unulng contract Motion carried. There being no further business Board of Public Instruction

$1100-$12M while Inferiors of Maryland's European DI. social: security credit. seconded by V. V Brim to employ Moved by T R. Barnett and the Board adjourned Henry E.: Vann. Chairman
brought 10001075. vision QUESTION: I have paid the Freddie Dlckman. Mrs. Lou seconded by V, V Brim to pay Henry hi. Folsom Board of Publlo Instruction
went for during off-duty hours at ,
250.475lbs. good and Bentwatera. limit on social: security every year Crlbbs Westmoreland, and Mar- Shirley Jackson $35.00 per month Bupt. and Secretary a
Calves With heart attacks knocking so Cant Oracey u teachers subjectto supplement for extra duties, retroactive Board of Public Instruction The greatest achievements by
for $1600-$207
choice sold ; many young people out of the pic I approval of trustees. Motion to first of year, Motion Henry E. Vann, Chairman man have been inspired by other
( at
standards went for $1440-$1740: RopUea McCrinMsi's)
tun. I'd like to know how much I carried. carried Board of Public Instruction than material galna.
my wife and two children, age 1 I Moved by L. M. Crews and sec Susan Rebecca Simpson and

and >. would get each month if onded by Otto. Dtckmsn that the Lee Harvey' Simpson appearedfor Live Oak, Florida

A Thought For Today that happened to me? following leave be granted: reilstratlon at Buwannee High December 19. 1964 USEFUCO

I ANSWER: Your family would Personal Harry T. Reid Jr. School to enter 11th grade These The Board of Public Instruction
By BRODT C. HARRIS probably' get the limit of $254 November 3. IM4: Estelle Mitch. 'students had previously attendeda met on December' 19 1964 with

A GOOD CONSCIENCE IS A SOFT PILLOW . I monthly until the older child ell November 13. 1B64; Walter private school, "Hillcreat Private the following members present
A clear conscience Ie. we suppose, one of the moat effective sleep* reaches 18 and $180 each month Carter, November 4. $, 6, and 23, School" Mr Johnson save H. R.: Venn Chairman L. M

Ing potions available to mankind and as the proverb suggests it hat I afterward until the young child 1944. above named students, SCAT and Crews and V. V. Brim. Brand
the comfortable relaxing qualities of a soft pillow. reached age 1'. Right now this Annual Thomas Lee Boat- STEP: te.... They ranked above The meeting was called to order
Fortunately most Individuals have a conscience to watchdog \their would mean total payments of right December 23 2.. 1X4; average of 11th grade by Chairman Vann. Devotional
actions and conduct among their fellow men. Also In the next Everett U Williamson. November InsecticideFOR
more than $3000000 Moved by Otto Dickman and was given by Henry M. FoUoin,
F: fortunate Is the fact that the conscience: does. Inmost eleven years. Your wife might also I, 1M4. seconded by V. V, Brim that CredIts Superintendent.

...' Its appointed case, perform talk of Instilling a reasonably In the efficient mind feelings job In get monthly widow's payments at Temporary Duty Elsewhere: for Ith A 10th grade subjects Minutes of November S, II. and

at.-! calculated to channel one's actions along honorable ..en. Pearl Zlnober, December I, IH4: be granted to the above students December 14, were read and approved
{ .'f. i paths. Whether one's conscience nags wheedles QUESTION: I lost my social Kenneth Wood. December 11.Le..11 by virtue of grade or score on aa read. BEST RESULTS

I shames, casts doubts or roundly bf'raWilta master, security card but have my account 1M4; Tucker November 20, tests. Motion carried. Moved by U M. Crews and sec
; It is a small but firm wales to. be reckoned with. i number on my last years
." Actually, most people\ arc rather generously endowed Income tax papers. Can I come In

-.'. with the better qualities but on creation and get another card right away?
El .... when we step out of character and perform an act ANSWER:: Sorry, but we will .
beneath our normal decency and dignity, our con have to check' your number at 4
a, science can be counted on to remind penis headquarters. We cant be sure d"I
tently. of our misstep. of
Sometimes the effects of a misstep Is caused' by Inadvertent that your own record yournumber
omission Wlsnlnc\ we had taken car of responstbtUUea and the .U correct. But you can
attendant sorrow Is poor recompense. The best Urn to provide for usually get a duplicate card In a

the inevitable Is DOW when there Is no imminence Let 8UWANNZErTNDUL few days, and In an emergency, a
HOME. C2S South Ohio Avenue. Uve Oak show you how receipt to show that you hare
i easily. pleasantly and economically It can be done. Call 367-12)4. made application for one
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nonhumpi cousin yn y
The llama a
Suwannee County Residents of the camel .la a beast of all

burden for the Indians BRODY C. HARRIS I
And.*. The animal's cost provides '
wool Its akin leather, and Its : cj

HOME flesh meat.Only .

Licensed Funeral Director Male Turkey ;

f' 62S 3. Ohio Avenue Florida's only turkey hunting

UVE OAK, FLORIDA season. to for males only liens are

protected and only gobblers maybe

taken. Hunting la permittedfrom
PHONE 362-1234 hour before sun "
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Ilii 1i1 We would like to urge all parents -
Sales Additional To Soils Will
January Copper to take the time to find out

what Is going on and to express

1 I Tax CollectedSet Increase Watermelon Acreage Yield We their have opinions a meeting on these scheduled problems for

GAINESVILLE The additionof I Applications of copper are generally Monday night February" 22 at
New Record copper to efficient soils priorto not needed on mineral soils 7:30 pjn. In the Junior High

planting watermelons has been that have been previously fanned School Auditorium to give information I
TALLAHASSEE January found to be responsible for substantial where copper has been used as to the parents and I
sales and use tax collections were yield Increases. fungicide Applications) should be citizens again. We urge you to

the highest for a single month In According to Dr. S. J. Locascio, made only on new land or where make an earnest effort to at-
the history of the tax, J. Ed assistant horticulturist with the copper deficiency Is suspected.: It tend or to talk: to those who do.

Straughn Director of the Florida Florida Agricultural Experiment It la anticipated that copper will The major product of any

lwe Revenue Commission, said today. Station at Gainesville, copper deficiency be used for disease control, then school system Is a good citizen and
Straughn reported collections, has been identified on the copper in the fertilizer can be these are our children. Can we do
based on December business total- watermelons growing on a virgin reduced or eliminated. any less than find out what they
ed $26,741,114, an Increase of 13.59 Leon fine sandy soil which Is need In order to meet our own

per cent or $3,200,107 over the I found In many parts of the state. No.1 society on an even basis with oth-
same month last year. Other Agricultural Experiment er children
"The record Increase is due to Station researchers working with I In making such inspections. Writ- .
an excellent tourist season and ten reports will be made and these
Dr. Locasclo were Dr. J. O. Fiskell No.3
l heavy spending during the Christmas reports will be used by Cross to
and Dr. P. H. Everett.
holidays Straughn said. have maintenance performed by and buildings, the complete conservation -
They found that where copper
The revenue director also reported I employees or repairs made on a plan includes a soil and
that the building Industry of deficiency was severe plant contract basis.Commissioners. capability map together with a
I growth Is stunted and runners do
Florida has apparently recovered will be kept informed short narrative listing conservation -
_. __ __._.._ n._._..___ .__ from a low period of activity and not normal develop.but flowering Color of and leaves fruiting Is on the status of each facility practices that should be
was a contributing factor in the Cross concluded and used such as pasture planting,
1912 Touring Motif Increase. is reduced depending on the se- prompt attention will be given stocking fish ponds, and cropping
Civic Leaders verity. With less severe copper deficiency -
Straughn said the fiscal year when minor repairs are needed. systems
the young laves on the
Oldest Known Chevrolet Returns To collections total Ilt5.146.004, an watermelon plants are cupped e s
Discuss Aims Increase of tl8.US.536 or 1426 upwards, wrinkled and a marginal No.2 No. 4cleanup

per cent over the same periodfor burn of the leaves often de Act but many of the basic problems faculties. ,

Birthplace As Historic RelicFlint At Bureau Meet the previous year.five cent veloped. At the South 'Florida have been present for yean The showroom and offices will J
Collections on per Field Laboratory at Immokalee. It with each year seeing them grow have terazzo tile floors and will t
Mich., Feb. 7 Still distinguished-looking and Heads of local civic group wholesale sporting goods tax fore was found that additions of cop- into now' major community considerations be completely air conditioned

showing few signs of age, the oldest known, Chevrolet in Joined directors of the Suwannei e January totaled $146463, up 13.92 per Increased yield even when This firm of Chrysler Corporal

existence has been returned to its birthplace here to as- County Farm Bureau in a suppei r per cent or $1789 Collections over the same for watermelon plants did not show I Schools are a major business of lion began operation here In ear- I
month last ,
sume a place in automotive history. meeting Saturday night to discus 1 I year severe copper deficiency symp any community with the cost ly October and have sold some 7J
total $753839.
the fiscal an
:The .ara 1912 six-cylinder! touring model I, was pre.sented how various groups and clubs o;:r Increase of year 80.77 per cent or toms. mounting each year. All of our i new cars and trucks In this area. II'IJ
oy the Industrial MUtUal this county can and should worktogether The plant needs for copper have school: money 14 derived from
Association! of Flint to the Alfred One of the problems faced in for the common Interest $337,726 over the 2963-64 fiscal been long recognized. However, taxes at the state and county No. 5traln1ni 'i

P. Sloan Jr,, Panorama of Trans restoring the car to Its manufac- There was general discussion or I year tax collections only small quantities are required level and now more than ever at a Texas air base the 9
January gasoline _,
portatlon In the Flint College and tured condition is obtaining parts the county needs and how beat t<, totaled $2,152,311 8 for muimum D last .."ft V ft.'h.. and from federal taxes We all pay Live Oak pilot will return to I'
13805.013,. up
for the electrical starting and the of excessive amounts will
Cultural Center meet these needs, Major acconv use these taxes which make us part of instructor. t-
lighting system This system Is of the session listed over December. result In plant Injury the school business with investment Moody as an i
Allen J. Dillon, general superintendent pllshment was s an Attending the ceremony at I'
of production at Chev- part of the car's original equip- as a free exchange of Ideas ant I More visit Florida dur. "Organic sources of nitrogen In them each year. Not' Moody Field from this city in addition :,
persons J
rolet-Flint V-8 Engine Plant and ment, making Chevrolet among the realization that most group I often give similar yield Increases many people will invest In any to his Mrs.
than r
leg the months any parents were
the newly-elected president of the first to offer electric lights seek the same objectives. other period of the year because they contain minor ele- business venture and not expectto W. H McManaway and Mrs. L. ),I. *

the Industrial Mutual Association and starting. Present for the meeting wen ments which include copper as a get back a good return on their: : Crews Sr. both of Live Oak. and f1
made the presentation to Dr Other restoration problems area S. T. McDowell, assistant general 1 natural Impurity", said Dr. Locasclo. money without finding out why Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hanson of ft
Roger Van Bolt, director of the new top and side curtains and manager of North Florida Telephone But/ these sources of copperare this is so. Sanford. *
the proper blue grey, and black and ol much more expensive than If
Sloan transportation museum. Company president we u citizens Invest a million e 19No.
The IMA purchased the car: paint job for the now all-black the Live Oak Rotary Club; Hen inorganic sources. dollars a year In our schools

several months ago from Carl J,. vehicle. M, Folsom, superintendent ol d Fertilizers containing super and there does not produce a profitable 6 g
Aldenhoven of Fort Worth Tex a Public Instruction: Paul Crews, phosphate also contain minor ele- sysctem.: wouldn't It seem prizes there are 20 1100 livestock ft>

Aldenhoven, owner of the South- Peace Officers county agent; J. B. Mills count) ments as Impurities and supply reasonable to find out why and If prizes for a total prize value of $

west Chevrolet Co. of Fort Worth,, office managers ASCS; Carroll E fv j0IJ some copper to the plants. But, a little more Is needed to protect IS.000. X
had been using the vehicle for Hall, president of the Swine Pro- mild deficiencies: and reduced the present outlay it would seem Local firms Individuals, and

new model Introductions, parades, Taking CourseA ducers; Garth Nobles, president fruit yields are not uncommon. to be good business to do so organizations made the prize !
and displays. of the Live Oak Kiwanis Club; Applications of copper can be What we do to cure: our educational money available on a five-year
Flint Insurance man, O. Gregory large number of peace officers the Rev. Nelson B. Melvin president By Mary Whitman made more economically In oth- problems must In the final plan. ..
Fauth, an antique car buff, In the Suwannee River Valley of the Live Oak P-TA and Valentines can be a memorable er ways. The first method Is the analysis come from the general Manuel Fernandez last year's
located the ancient model after area are working toward a 200- pastor of the Live Oak Advent part of childhood application of 5 to 10 pounds per public thru votes for or against first place winner selected: a
hearing rumors about It. hour certificate In law enforce- Christian Church host for the Many a child Ilkei to assemble acre of copper oxide In the fertilizer ,proposals made to solve them. herd of seven pure bred heifers
Fauth did exhaustive researchon ment as part of what Is facetiously meeting; and H J. Johns presi- his own valentines, make his generally as copper sulfste Our major problem at present is as his prize.

the car's origin and found It known as the Ph D degree, dent of Suwannee Valley Electric tamps own envelopes In the,form ails of his hearts own, The second method Is by foliage to get the public Interested Master of ceremonies: for the

was built about June 1912, In a granted after completing the BOO'' Cooperative and a director of the and even deliver his own mall. application. If copper deficiency enough to find out the facts concerning event next week will be William
four-story building In Flint. Serial hour! requirements to qualify for local Farm Bureau. It he ran print, he will enjoy Is suspected after the crop Is the schools: in order to J. Red) Mitchum of Ocala.: A. P.
numbers body No. 323 and I the rating. Farm Bureau officers presentwere painstakingly" putting the namesof growing, one pound per acre of make well Informed decisions, rather Nott former president of the
engine No. 328 make it an early The third 40-hour training program Walter Roberts president; favorite boys and girls on the copper sulfate can be applied to than making "spur of the Chamber of Commerce win serve.
model of the 2,999 Chevrolets I for these peace officers Gerald Gamble, vice president; envelopes before dropping then the foliage of the plants Caution moment" Judgement or making for Hancock: at the affair.L. .

built In 1912. 1 was concluded Friday at North Clyde M. Harrell, treasurer; LeonJ. off.A should be used not to make foliage them from lIertaa,. M. Crews Jr. la current
Castings and stampings the I Florida Junior College Gill Sr service project of this kind will applications of of Chamberof
on agent; and copper until the It seems to be a genera feeling president the local
keep child
:"51.. car bear the nameplate "Chevro- Trainees from Suwannee County Miss Sybil Avery, office secretary. ,, days a happily occupiedfor plants are out of the seedling among school personnel as well Commerce.

,let -Flint". and attest the car is 1 Included Deputy Sheriffs Cecil Directors of the bureau present "New valentine punch-out and stage because the young plants u those citizens who have investigated Sheriff Duke McCafflster and
br..a the M _,tb. b.i, "4..M ,H. Bond. Curtla.fc, IU'Devet: included J, J. (Tom) Sheppard, ,etiek.r-boots at low scat are are sensitive to copper sprays the problems that the people his assistants will prepare and
new auto Arm under pioneerW. Mama runups Jr.; Curtis Aue, Henry Watson, Robert Meal feecauee
yritms C. Durant and his engineer Agents W. A. Nobles, C. O. Mc- F. Hudson work without
Eugene McCall. T. J. can paste or ..cts.or. Household HintA changes In their school 1 known McCaUUttr style
and designer Louis Chevrolet. Donald, J. M. Williams and Gentry .Is program
Fletcher Jr. W. B. Crews J. R a reminder passed on u .
When Fauth verified the valueof R James; and District Supervisor Sluder Loran Terry, and James to parents from Dorotll'lo.I'R new plastic-coated paper th.under.tand the crisis we
his find he suggested to Wfl Jack Garrett of the Live L. Long. of Whitman Publishing Com- plate, really firm enough not face: in our county, No. 7
Bam Crick, managing director of Oak State Beverage Departmentoffice. Mrs Clyde M Harrell also at- f i pany la Racine, Wisconsin The to buckle or spill foods, will '' At a recent meeting Live Oak Mayo I and broke into the school
the IMA, that the civic organization I tended the I\books contain greetings that can I hold a very' substantial helping 'or parents of Junior and senior The two drove Maynard's car to
buy the car and give It to the Is mating.Terry a state director and be given to friends, family and -1 pound or over-securely. high. school students only 21 patents J Bradenton and abandoned It after
Sloan Museum. Crick and IMA Glass bottom I teachers. Available In shadow plaid rose appeared after notices were itriklng a 14-year old girl. Local
boat take visitor
Long also
leaders serves as publicity In a neighborhood, mOlt youngsters and barbecue designs, the plate ent home by 1200 students and I minorities there picked them up
many of them General out to view the only living chairman for the enjoy dropping the mis-
group In two alses 7 inches
comes > : announcements were made on the md returned them to Marianna
officials, approved the oral t reefs In America at the John i elves In friends' mailboxes er
(package of 20. ST cents: ) and adlo for two days. This type ofwrtlcipatlon ,here will face
they charges on
plan and the car was shipped to I Pennekamp Coral Reef State slipping them under doors. la a
Flint. I Park on Key Largo 1BlrmI school It. often pr.... best to 0 Inches (package of 28. M : will not solve any 01 counts which they hare aleady --
have each child bring a valentine cents). of>. our problems J' confessed
address It:by Beans of a
I I drawing to another member of
'the clan and have in appointedinesaenger

each detk. deliver Favoritism' envelopes I* eliminated to

I la this way,
At a home p.rtr, pnnehoutvalenUn.e
P; NeN V1R; could t t.e used as ct ..
; % tIAf10F0 placeeards, along with sjala refreshments.
Portable Alilli' A few colorful
Bargain touches caD make even a family ,
dinner festive en February 14.
W from vfyjn The origin ef Valentine's day
7'THE Is unclear A saint a* that name
Coast 'to Coast lived In the third century Legend
has It that hie thoughtful "
messages other inspired the
greetings we send today, bat
NBA'S BEST history offers us no proof of
( LIFETIME Cw&MARK. that story A Konaa festival ,
was also celebrated Ja Februaryand
By BOB Krone traces of' It remain la ear AMaslrlndrersGte ttff
CHICAGO STAGS Compiled commemoration ef the day 81
a US-victory. 92.low record for .Valentine Is thought to be the snit ceeliPr.tiM ptttttff

an all.tin* but percentage of patron saint of lovers but today cowl ff with sax!?
.612. TIle Stage four seeans the I feast has encompassed, all
'eipreeelons et love to relatives
panned 1 44T through 1 4,- .
60. The Barton and friends U well.
Critics are wee
end with a .604 niting. Despite S There are those -whe predict I
$100 that valentines will disappear
the .
this Stag, coached by liar-
from ear life. We hope not
Olsen and Philip Brown-
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stein, aver won M NBA 1511.1Dot
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1 Mr. and Mrs Olen Murray and t Jurisdiction Woman Society of
By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH family spent Saturday visiting Christian Service this week I'I"enaaeo1a.
relatives In Lake City. Miss Barbara Miller
Mrs. Lola P. Williams attendedthe will be commissioned aa a Des
Mare 16-5 Season Record Rranfortl P-TA fleet funeral services for Ira Phil- cones at this meeting.
pot In Chtefland Saturday after The Wilson Suggs family and
Tonight noon. the Bob Fletcher family celebrated
d Branford Buccaneers. Win Three The Branford Parent-Teach. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price their mothers' birthday Mrs Danny 0. McCrlmon. renter ef MeCrtmen'a Office Ripply! attended
a en Association will meet tonight and family visited relatives In C. H. Fletcher, at the Sugar home
a "Dollars for Df>aJen.mlnar held In Atlanta recentlyay
Week On 6-Game Win StreakThe (Thnrslay), at 7:18: ,.11I. ',Gainesville Monday afternoon. with 14 Invited guests this past I
I.t.I.e During ; In the school cafeteria.A Charles KUpatrtck. student at Sunday.Mr. Sperry Rand's Remington Office Machines Division. Shown
.Ube with MeCrlmon are W. J. OUen. Remington branch manager left
The Branford Buccaneers won their sixth came in irqw Feandera Day program the University of Florida In Gainesvtlle. and Mra. Lonnie Peterson
and I. N Lamb Remington dealer sale, manager al right
and mevto
preMmted a entitled
t over this weekend beating the Jasper Bulldogs 69-64 spent the week end at returned home Saturday after .
Where Children Come
d the Jennings Panthers 71.58 to bring their aeason'arecord home with his parents Mr and spending three weeks visiting
*$ to 16 wins and 5 losses. First will be.shown.. Mra. Melvin Kllpatrlck and fame their ton, L. 8. Peterson Jr.. In Immunization Programs In Suwannee

t led all the in the Friday night clash ily. Miami Springs I
The Buca
way Mra. W. 8. War*. Mrs. II. W Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brewer
U t tIII with the Jasper Bulldogs the Branford won over the Jennings Hrunfonl Will PlayGreenville Suggs and Mra. C. H. Fletcherare and children of Gainesville visited .Accelerated By Hurricane Dora
43-28 In
buinime score was Panthers 71-68 after letting a In attending the Southeastern Mra. J. R. Roberts Sunday.Mra. "
TourneyThe (Prlsclllat McLean Board of Health has been comingIn
oft:the home team. Mrs. G. B.
flJUla.tltanford first quarter lead of 177 slip to a Branford Buccaneers will Robert Fletcher and son of health twice monthly to help us out
!(.(The game waa marred by and Mri. Thelma Atwell Wfre'Jr. supervisor public
,. lost three top men by 48-47 deficit going Into the final take on the OreenvUle Pirates ML Slocum To Wed business visitors In Jacksonville nurses for the Suwannee County with clinics and administrative
r. fWls before the game ended. period. The Buca were hot from tonight (Thursday, at 1:00: p.m., Health Department. this week lamed problems. We also look forwardto
71 ;itua Terry had 21 points John. the outalde and played a good to kick off their first game In the James Miller March 21 last Tuesday. the annual report of work the monthly rlslt of Dr. James
'. 'tnf Flsscll I'. and Andy Cheney defensive game, but In the second Suwannee Conference Tournament Jesse James Slocum Sr. of lone by the department during Moscoe. psychiatrist, who Is now
I i II lit( to pace the winners. Dennis i and third quarters slipped while being held In WUllston. .Branford announces the engagement Cities Will Get the past year available for consultation on
I Hackle had IS for the losers.kVThe I. the Panthers came on strong. The fourth seated flues are and approaching marriageof At the present time, this county mental health problems In the
' I Ito Bucs were In control 5'-31 The final period saw the flues sporting a 11-& record and wilt be his daughter, Gloria Mllllcent. Ices not have a health officer and county and schools.Nlneteen.alxtytour.
1e sing Into the final quarter but come back with a full court press out to capture the crown In the .to James Dennis Miller, son of Cigarette TaxNet vork of the department' being was a busy'
I k Il l sb three starters sitting on thehwich and by stealing the ball numerous tournament. Mr. and Mra. James Albert Miller ranted on largely under direction year for your health department.The .
at and eons cold foul shootIs I times out scored the Pantehera of O nvUle. cigarette tax collections In of Mrs, McLean. flood In September broughtour
12. I.;. from the foul line with the 14-10. BUI Terry with 28 points. Dodd. 6' 1" center, paced the Miss aiocura la a graduate of Florida for the month of Decent Her report ot 1984 activities ot Immunisation record to a new
; alldoga In a full court press cut Johnny Pissell with 23, and Andy Bears during the first half with Branford High School and attended ber. 1984 amounted to ')J26.. the department' \follows: high I would like to urge those
r.I.. Me. score to 89-84 when the final .I Cheney with 11 paced the scoring 18 points and numerous rebounds. North Florida Junior College 18190. Of this amount. 13037.US .. The Buwannee County Health that did not complete their telaNo. .
"user sounded. for the Buca. Jim Bates had Dodd finished with 20 points for In Madison.Mr ,78 went Into the general<< rv.. partment begins IMS with a ( I OmtlnwHl Page 111)
ofek I!f In preliminary games the flues 2> points for Jennings.The the night. He waa followed b, Miller la a graduate of nue fund of the state while the shortage In personnel. Absent ----- -
WOn two to Jasper's one. In the Branford Buca beat the four other men in double figures Greenville High School North remaining tl.789.I2819 will be torn ,our staff la a health officer
Btrls' tame Branford came out I Cross City Bean 6085 In an exciting The third quarter was al Florida Junior College and Florida distributed to municipalities qua and one public health nurse Dr REPAIR SERVICE
I.pgi top winning 32.2$. This was overtime game last Tuesday Branford aa the Buca pulled State University.The lifted to receive allocations understate J. 11. Paul left In October due! to
I the ninth win against six losses night before a home town crowd ahead $S..., outscoring Cross wedding will take place law. illness and Mrs. Beverly Nelson
tor the Branford girls. The score I The Bears really put the pressure City 20-1 during this time The Sunday March 21 at four o'clockIn In Suwannee County, Branford ten the first of January far
of i ind tt>g leaders for this game were .on the Bucs during the first half Bears roared back In the final the Methodist Church ofOrttnnll. will get 'I.ue.n while the City Washington. D. C., where hertunband .
Karen Roberta and Betty Lee of play behind the hot shootingOf quarter to end the regulaUo .. of Live Oak will receive 'U11II. has accepted a position :
: th ten points each. the entire team. game with the score tied at 1-'1. I No Invitations are being pent Lake City la down for 114.854 with the Federal Bureau of tON
tae [In the B game Jasper won M- I The flues feU behind 28-11 In Crucial points were made for but all friends and relatives of 18; Perry will get S9.5M98; Jasper health and Welfare. It la our
ar and In the Junior High game the first quarter and trailed 41- the flues In the overtime period the couple are .Invited. to attend. will receive 82.74188; Madl- hope that these two poKlUona will
Stanford. won ...tT. S2he Intermission. Bobby by Johnny Flssell Jerry Bc$rbor. ion has 17.10118 coming; and M filled soon.
r', I,. ough. and Bill Terry Terry made llranfnnl "'OIun..'* Chili the Town of Mayo gets '1.011103. We are fortunate In that Dr, EXPERT: REPAIRKRASONAIILK:
a the; winning basket on a free The three largest recipients are Jason Morris with the State
'nhe I LOOK! SPECIAL! throw with only two seconds re Will Meet W..II1t"8clay lUaml where I148.B1770 la due; : RATES
I rosining In the game. The Branford Woman Club Tampa where U"U"O go sand ; PICK UI' & DELIVERY: :
FOR THE: MONTH OF FEBRUARY: WX: WILL GIVES Terry also led the scoring parade wW meet Wednesday afternoon Jacksonville down to gel RAKiNG FOR All Work Guaranteed
for the Branford team with February IT, it 1.10: p.m. In the '118881841.The. Birthdays, Parties And
P.he 10% DISCOUNT o ALL MTTRr.M WORK ANDITHOLSTMT It points. Andy Cheney had II dub building.Mra. U. Weddings JIMMY'S
'hem Mints, with 11 of them coming In Tom Winter Br. chairman American tradition has ,I. HOT DONUTS ALL DIY
the last quarter of play. Johnny or community affaire will have rays dictated that It Is far bettero Hydraulic Jacks
of work write phone us and
Come In and see gems our or or
.. we will pick up and deliver. Quick service and expert nsoell had II points and 18 re- charge of the program. debate an Important matter LIVE OAK BAKERY Rout. 1, Doa 228
nthet workmanship at all &11M.. bounds and Kim Miller added 10 AH members are urged to be without settling It than to settle It lUwsnnoe A,.. UM... I1RANFORD, FLORIDA
points to the winning score. WIthout debating It. .

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Mr. Larry Drew Law Spring Hat Sale I Engagement Announcement
f&ue't fh
__ By Junior ClubThe
Junior Woman's Club
will sponsor a spring hat sale J
at the Woman's Club Thursday
February IS, from nine a.m.
until six In the evening
v Iiff ; No two hats will be alike and
< right different colors will\ be on
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor display.

Refreshments will also be

Miss Alvis, Mr. Law Exchange Vows In served. .

Marietta Church Ceremony, February Fifth Carol Sue Quillen r
The Marietta Baptist Church was the setting for the
nuptial vows of Miss Catherine Diane Alvis, daughter of: 9 Party Honoree
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alvis Jr., of Jacksonville and Larry ff s Carol Sue Quillen was honoredon
Drew Law, of Jacksonville, son of :Mr. and Mrs. N. D, her ninth birthday with\ a
Law of this city i Th2.ev, Phillip Taylor performed the "Little Women's Luncheon" January
30 at her home on
ceremony; UlI February; fifth In
eight o'clock in the evening riage by her father For her wedding Avenue
Baskets of white mums peonies she selected a gown of white Seven "Little Women". Pam
and gladioli with jade foliage and Chantilly lace styled with' calla Crews, Sherrt Moore, Patty
six candelabras holding tapers In lily sleeves and a full skirt which Slemp, Kathy Nobles Becky
tones of gold a white wrough terminated into a chapel train. Hatch, Harriett Helvenston, and
Iron arch and kneeling bench The skirt was enhanced by lace Jackie Kent were present. Each
formed the setting for the nuptial ruffles cascading from the waist came dressed to carry out the
Into the train. The fitted bodice theme.A .
vows.Mr.. and Mrs. Robin Thomas was accented with lace and a I\ /'",/, prize was given for the most
personal friends of the couple scalloped neckline. The finger tip original and appropriate costume, y4
rendered a program of nuptial veil was attached to a crown or .:.... t i Pam Crews received first prize
music. Mrs. Thomas sang the crystal and pearls She carried a 'I''I' } d and Patty Slemp second. Each received 4 ,
Wedding Prayer Because, and I cascade of carnations, and rose a Valentine token. t i
Love You Truly. centered with a white orchid on a The luncheon table was overlaid
Miss Vickie Alvla. sister of the small white Bible. ;t. with a white cutwork cloth

bride and maid of honor, wore a The mother of the bride worea .;.,.,1 centered with a decorative white .
gold street length gown of peau beige and gold brocade three ... .t'!1" ,'. ... and pink party kitty, the places
de sole featuring a fitted bodice piece suit with matching acces- f..NWI& were set with a plastic kitty face
and a bell shaped skirt. She carried sories and a corsage formed of a ".. which were favors.
throated + -. Wd After the luncheon two tablesof
a bouquet of bronze mums purple orchid.
and yellow rosebuds. On her head The bridegroom's mother worea old maid were played. Kathy
she wore a matching peau de sol beige satin brocade two piece Innovation Foreseen In Furniture Nobles won the prize at her table
bow with a blusher veil dress with matching accessories and Sherrt Moore at her table.
Miss Waynette Stewart. Miss and an orchid corsage same as Ice cream and cake was served
Elaine Napier, and Miss Janice the bride's mother. And Floor Covering For Florida Homes following the game. .
Sue Avis sister of the bride were The reception was held in the
bridesmaids They wore street Fellowship Building of the church. TALLAHASSEE What's new finishes "will put the Coke stain Mrs.\ Chandler Church
length gowns of emerald green Mrs Ethel Rutan Hlllyard, Mrs for consumers In furniture and back In the bottle, the catsup backon
Circle Hostess
peau de sole and on their heads Ethel Oble Hlllyard. aunts of the floor covering? the hamburger, and the mustard -
they wore matching bows with bride, assisted by'Miss Jamie Law In furniture a wide variety of back on the hot dog roll". Circle One of the First Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Maasengale .( Columbus, Ga. annuunrc
blusher veils and carried yellow served the cake. Mrs Helen Alvli choice In styles, sizes, and fabrics What about floor coverings? Church met Tuesday February the engagement of their daughter, Ginger Nassengale Rome!!, u
mums and talisman roses. and Mrs. Dorothy Alvis assistedby will be offered says Mrs. Oladys Turfted floor covering contln 2. in the home of Mrs. Dan Terry Austin son of Mr. and Mrs David Austin .f this city

Cathy Hlllyard was flower girl Miss Shirley Alvis poured Kendall marketing specialist\ lies to dominate the soft goods Chandler. la of Jordan Iligh .
She a graduate 8ehel.
and. Mike Hlllyard was ring bear punch. Mrs. Frances Law kept thebride' Florida Agricultural Extension The lesson was the second chapter Columbus and to
with those made of
area man- Southern Bell .
book. Epheslans verses 2-11. now employed by Telephone.Mr.
er.James Service. made fiber or blends of wool and
Law. brother of the After a wedding trip to the The buyer will find some innovations manmade fibers Increasingly displacing Refreshments was served by Austin graduated from Crescent City filch School sod Is
bridegroom, served as best man. southern part of the state the in "built-in" features wool the hostess a junior at the University of Florida majoring Physics.
Ushers were Robert Alvis, Jerome couple will reside at 1048 Willow- pure carpets. Mrs Marilynn Bird will be the
conceal electrical .
such lighting
as The will be event of
For hard surface floor coverIngs wedding an Sunday, April twenty fifth in
Law, Leslie Hatch Rodney Hall, branch Street, Jacksonville. March hostess.Here .
outlets,and plastic shelf surfacing
the major development Is the Mornlngilde Bapist Church Columbus.
and Duwanye Rogers. Mrs Law is a 1664 graduate of: One current development is expected .
the rapid rise\ In the popularity of
The bride was given in mar Paxon Senior High School and
to result In some changesin
vinyl asbestos tile Lower In price I and ThereMr.
Mr. Law a 1963 graduate of 8u
the use of woods. Walnut has than vinyl tile and more durable
wannee High School and is em long been the most popular wood .
and easier to maintain than asphalt and Mrs. Jerry Drane visIted
ployed at the Save-A-Stop. Inc. for American furniture and demand tile vinyl asbestos It now Mrs. Drsne's parents Mr. THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick

7oto A wooden mallet is a handy is outstripping the new available In a large variety of I and Mrs O. H. Rutledge, several
growth of walnut trees.To .
kitchen gadget; use it for flattening stretch the supply and to styles and color ranges I days last week.They have returned Veneer One or Two Baths
C1Bk r chicken breasts for Chicken Since It Is easy to Install and to their home In Hattisburg
666 provide time for
a planned -
Kiev) or for veal (for Veal Sealpplne of conservation and replanting program available In several styles Including Miss., where Mr Drane Is serving FHA or CONVENTIONAL
). 12-by-ia Inch squares many as youth director for the Ham
to be effective the U. 8. Department
do-it-yourself addicts have begun Street Methodist Church. Mr. and Financing
---------- of Commerce revised using It. The choice of colors, Mrs. Drane have just completedthe
the standard for thickness of SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
: textures, and .
special effects available first semester at Mlllsaps College
walnut veneer from 1/28 Inch to
MATTIE'S has Increased the use of hard and will be entering the
, VARIETY-STORE ,,,6 inch. Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
Reaction furniture surface floor coverings In new spring quarter at the University
I WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS e: n I,._. m.A'vaA.among.. b u t more firma appear home construction of Southern Mississippi in March. SELECT YOURS NOW

to be accepting the thinner Contact
veneers Efforts are aim being
Monday February 15 made to step up the developmentof
artificial finishes and to improve W. G. MULLINS
such as embossed plastic with depressions Phone 362-2037
pores and engraved finishes that
JEWELRY NOTIONS 'Involve photographing the desired -

wood.veneer and printing It on base 50 lb. a.. ............$3.65 25 lb. Bag ............$2.19
Soil and stain repellent finishes 25 lb. Bag ............ 2.19 10 Ib. Bag ............ 1.10
for upholstery textiles are useful 5i.WASHINI

Mattie Bonds Dorsey Owner to' the consumer, but claims of 10 Ib. Bar ...,........ 1.10 5 lb. Bag ?.......... .55
magical performance are likely to
lead to dissatisfaction. One trade 5 Ib. Bag ............ .55 WASH
Corner Howard St. and Suwannee! Ave -
columnist warned that consumers
LIVE OAK FLORIDA should be told the facts and not
given the impression that these [f1D] aW ffi rnJ

PIG- &- ,SOW- PELLETS -Sn.... Ik..... x2.45

II you're going to enter something 40%. SUPPLEMENT . 50 lb. 2.65 TWO

like the Pure oil Performance Trials CATTLE CUBE PELLETS 50 lb. 2.15


you might as well do it to win.


so we did. Class iv-won by Buick Special. 729 5th St Phone 362-2031

Down at Daytona Beach,we gave everyone another look at Buick's "Win Policy".' o es
A V-8 Buick Special won over stiff competition (sorry, boys!) in Class IV-in the
1965 Pure Oil Performance Trials. The winning Special was equipped with
our 300 cubic Inch Wildcat 310 V-8 and Super Turbine Transmission.

Remember that the drivers In the Performance Trials are skilled professionals,
and the cars finely tuned standard production models. (If it can be said
that the Special is "Standard" anything.) Also remember that the
trials are an exhausting carefully graded test of a car's all. \
around ability. In economy,acceleration and braking. Small LIVE

wonder the Special came out on top. Handsomely. Adults OAK..*FLOI1ID.PIIONI.-ChlUmi Ita_Tai .eI.JU-llll...l

(The specific detail Our hero averaged 20.689 mpg In q" BOX OFFICE I )III& SCHEDCT.ESaturday I

economy to score second among 10 cars. It accomplished 'C opens !!:& -Movlu I:"
the acceleration test-from 25 to 70 mph-In 9315 C Sunday Through Friday OKM Ii41-Movlu t.N r1
seconds for a fifth. And took another second in braking:
from 65 to 0 mph in 172.0 feet.The cumulative result: TIU'R< .VRIDIy, FTBRHARY 11.11
we won all the marbles in Class IV.) C, JAMES BOND

Now then. If yflulre. going to enter something-like a car-
you might as well do it to win, too. Your Buick dealer can A WOMAN OF STRAW.

Introduce you to the driver's seat of a Buick Special. ..t.uL CARTOONSATTRIUY. .

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Team Has Scored 813
News And Activitiet From r

Bulldogs Toppled Palatka Friday THE RECREATION CENTERI REPORTBy

Night Before Home Crowd 6056The

Bulldogs of Suwannee High School bounced The final games In the fifth February 13.Organisation. United 8rESS\RD States L.Senator HOLLAND AI
back into the awing of things here last Friday night and sixth grade basketball league of a men's fast
with a 60-56 win over the Palatka Maroons to avengea are underway and the league will pitch Softball league Is planned a3 Public Works Budget Allocate;t cultural Harvesting Problem -
86-61 loss there last week. finish Its season Monday. In eventof Business organization or church I 1335 Million To Florida ThAdmtnlatntlon's e Our delegation Is continuing to
Live Oak took: a thin 13-12 lead at the end of the a tie a playoff game will be groups desiring to participate in budget submitteto <1 vigorously press Labor Secretary:
first quarter but dropped behind played Febraury 17 at 5:30: p.m. such an activity are requested to Congress last week provided a i Wlrta for sorely-needed relief in
28-23 at halftlme. Corbin accounted dogs goes as follows: Basketball activity next week advise! the recreation department total of $33.815.000 for Florid the procurement of farm workersto
for nine of theee points, ro FT TrK. vlll include: a a waterway protects Including na,. harvest our citrus sugar caned
with Townsend five. Harvard Townsend N 75 211 February 16. basketball lame vlgatlon flood control survey I and vegetable crops, and I can re-
four and Blspham and OuUhall R. Corbln 84 54 1M for fifth graders.February Two Ladies Do maintenance Items. Although wi e port that the problem was some
D. Croft 47 48 141
two each. 1/. basketball game fared reasonably well. I regre t what eased this week when the
Townsend did all the scoringfor L. Harvard 24 18 54 for sixth graders.February that we did not receive the ful U 1 Secretary authorized! the recruit
the Bulldogs the third peri C. Blsphaa 18 14 58 19. basketball carnl Church. Mission amounts sought by the delegatloifor I <<
od. tossing in five field toms and D. Melvin 12 15 S9 val and award ceremonies.The the Cross- Florid Bfiie Cana I dorm-1
two free throws but the Maroons T. hatchet 12 15 JS above events will be held Work Here and the Central and Souther I ever lie made It clear !that hen
added 14 points of their own to A. Gs-Uhall 11 12 24 at the Coliseum and will beginat Florida Flood Control Project. I could not guarantee the expert
widen the martin to 42-34 beginning II. Stamper 1 4 1 S:00 p.m. Two lady missionaries are now each Instance we requested 811 I tnce and ability of this number
the final Quarter. Game results Feb. 1 thru Feb working In Lire Oak representingthe million on the strength of thi e t and lie offered federal assistance
The fourth quarter was quite M* 251 812 8 were: Church of Jesus Christ of TED lACK AT Till PLATT Corps of Engineers: statementas s in establishing a training prc-
another story as the Bulldogs in a a Cheek Drug 1$. Kent's A & W 7 Latter-Day Saints commonly And the former star of the to what they could effective!]r gram for those who require It: so.
a combined effort held PalaUa Suwannee Laundry 21. Kent called Mormon. They are two of Red Sue Ted Williams, Is use; the barge canal was cut t<> the actual degree of assistance
to only 14 points and scored 20 to Bulldogs flayn A & W 10. some 18.000 such missionaries eating Irish stew and Irish 810 million and the flood contra I given remains to be seen. Earlier
win the game 6058. Corbln scored Madison Saturday Cheek Drug 14. Commercial thruout the world, serving on two soda bread In Boston hereafter Item WAS budgeted at 813 millionI Mr Wlrts had refused my request
12 points in the final period with Bank 20.Suwannee and a half year missions. an Irish colleen Etthne am greatly disappointed too. to permit the entry of a sufflcli -
OuUkaQ tossing in eight In one The game scheduled last Sat Laundry 17 Cheek Sister Oenevlve Paskett of Malta Power made till dish when that no provision was made In i rnt number of skilled off-shore
of his best games. Townsend added mrdkjr night with May has Drug 11.Standings. Idaho, and Sister Marva Hall- Ted sail be disliked Irish budget for the Four Rivers flocK I workers to relieve the situation
four and Harvard two. been eaaagtd M Fefc 22. when as of February" 5: Salt Lake cooking Result Very good, control project. I shall work cooperatively which has become Increasingly
Townsend and Corbin paced May games brew fir the B.U- Wen Let City Utah are now said Ted who asked for the with other members ol f r critical because of the recent cold
the Bulldogs in their win with 21 doer final hems .._. 8>wanne Laundry I 1rmmercUl working here. Miss Paricett was a recipe. our delegation to get funds add I weather. In advising me of theo
points each with Outshall getting Friday I IIII&'. game with Bank 7 J registered nurse before acceptingthe later for Four Rivers and to restore < 1,173 being brought Into Florida
call and Miss Hall was in her
10 tat the nl8hLMa.nrrum. Ma4lt4M has Wen act ap !. Cheek Dreg 4 last of Four Youth such other cuts as may Involve ., he revealed that approximately
college training. They County
Palatka magnificent Saturday night and the B.U- Kent's A W 8 5 called hardships. Included amoni I 850 arrived this week with the
to be missionaries
were by
center, was again high point man dogs g* there fee their bukei- A team representing the Recreatlon the prophet are unsslarled and Attend Nutrition Meet the larger budgeted construction I remainder coming In next week
for the opposition with 28 points.He ball game this week end. Center played a team pay their own expenses They Four Suwannec County teenagers Items mere the following: Weal t: This seem to m* to be a stop-gap
had 41 In the game In Palat a a from the Boys Ranch Saturday were called to the Florida mission Marilyn Saunders, Sandra Coast Intraeoastal Waterway, |i. ka a week ago. Left Forward Stal the Coliseum and won 40-28. Ulllh for.II months and can be trans Thomas, and Bob Oarrison. all cf' 300.000; Tampa Harbor, Thor, tine to fight for a better permanent
vet took second place with 18. Must Sign LicenseA point players for the lice Center erred to any area In the stste. Live Oak and Olenda Haas. Me Channel. ISSOOOO; Palm Beach I solution that will assure our
This brings the Bulldog recordto hunting or fishing license Isnot were Pittman with 13 and Edwards Alpln. attended the second Stats Harbor 8800.000; Canaveral Harbor growers an adequate tabor force
six wins and eight looses, with 1 valid unless signed by theowner with 9. Hall led the Ranch The ladles are on regular dally Youthpower Nutrition Conference 8400,000; Apalachlrola Rive, when they need U. At a recent
only four games remaining.A I Non-renldents should team with 1) and Hampton schedules that begin at 8 00 arm. at Winter Haven last week end channel Improvement 8350.000 two-day public hearing before the
breakdown ef the scoring In make I certain their license Is ,scored .. with study until 9:30 am. and the The youthpower org.nliatlon Ia The budget aim Included 8448.000 Senate Agriculture Committee of
regular season play by the Bun1 1 properly dated. I A game scheduled here with .remainder. of the day sepnt pro.1Jt1nI composed of teenagers and is con In survey funds for a number of which I am a member I felt thai
Madison for February 8 has been and teaching: until theday's cerned with teenage nutrition ona projects throughout the stste. spokesmen for Florida citrus cane
r- rescheduled for February 23. A end at ':30 pm. Chief sour county state and national lev and 8183000 for advance engineering and vegetable producers and
contest will be played at Madison ees of contacts are member refer I, and design. Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle
Tuesday.: February II. rats, welcoming newcomers to el.While at Winter Haven the Blight Casement: Of The Agrl A. L. (Aubrey) Ward The team will enter a six-team Live Oak. speaking public gatherings youths were housed with local
In'IIAUonalOw'nlmen& In lake and door to door trading. tsmllles. ftsllvlUes Included a
City Saturday, Playing In the Mormon missionaries do not go get-acquainted party Thursday For The Beat In
four-way consolation event will be to Bible school: or hue formal evening conference on Friday
Spreader ServiceWE teams from Branford Santa Fe. training (r their work. Their mes morning, entertainment and tours
Perry. St. Aug attn. Lake City sages art presented In concise Friday afternoon, and a banquet ROOFING CALL COLLECT
and Live Oak. Each team will manner and cover discussions of Friday night where Homer Hooksof
SPREAD play a minimum of two gajnes., the church's beliefs the Florida Citrus Commission STANDARD ROOFINGand
DOLOMITE Play will begin at 10.39: ( a.m. After completing their missions spoke on the power of youth In
at the Columbia High Gym and a Sister Hall plans to go home, nnlab Florida's food Industries
HI-CAL LIMESTONE game Is scheduled each hour except her education and become a The conference closed Saturdaywith SHEET METAL CO.
from 11.30: to 1:30: pm. and third grade teacher. Miss Paskett a breakfast program at .
FERTILIZER from 8:30: to 8.00: p.m. until a hopes to return home and find a which a panel." suggestions on 211 So. A ahl., Si_ Ph. 244-2646
Champion U decided. Job In surgery activities that delegates could FREE BONDED
Vendor For ASC Purchase Order Over 17S youngsters attended Both plan to resume church carry out In their home communities ESTIMATES VALDOSTA'S BEST ROOFERS
the dance at the Center Saturdsyrugni. duties In local areas. j .
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PHONE 776-1271 JIM mamma wiu play IOT a
dance Friday night and a Su-

...FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE._ wannee High School group will e
sponsor the activity for Saturday. ,


We Are Now Dealer For Famous 7 .,rWNMii9uep..he Ab

'6S fury

Mowers Chain Saws Wat I ?

Outboard MotorsWE Other cars still

STILL HAVE SEVERAL have not matched the 5-year/50,000-mile

BOYS AND GIRLS BICYCLESSTILL engine and drive train warranty


TO BE SOLD AT INVOICE PRICE on our '65 Plymouths.

Roberts Hardware And AppliancesWest ,

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5%/ Cash Discount Sale

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Jan. 20 Thru Feb. 20

Pay For AD Your Spring Needs Now '65 tUrracixk ...

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Farmers Mutual ExchangeN.

OLio Ave Live Oak, florid is the place ------- "XIW!

Patronage Refa-d On FettiKar In 1964 . J 1.5%

Pa&n.ace Refund On I Feed fa 1964 . . J 1.5%
P inxiao Rrft md On M***. Item fa 1964 . 7.5% ,



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At Foster Memorial THE OLD HOME TOWN _1U_... By STANLEY of tuberculosis and respiratory

OH-NOAUNT UJCT-HE WASMT//M Colored News diseases.\
Jeanie Contest Attracts 26 Singers AN AUTO WRECK Ott BITTEN Bf In our maternity and child care
SNOW BLOWS!*-- HIS MO7OWIZHCJ' program a total of 1,237 nursing
ROCKING/ CHAW WENT OUT Cf COMTfeoI : visits were made.

Will Be Held Saturday NightWhite oveR POOL-TH'PA-no WALL4NTbTH'EMPTY Our school health program

O'Brien To O'Brien Patrons Hear totaled 405 teacher-nurse conferences -
Springs, Fla Twenty-six attractive Florid ( MvFAULT-' Play and 1.237 nursing visits for
t SHOULD)O School Needs Explained pupils In the schools and homes.
girls with outstanding voices have qualified participation GIVEN HIM
in the 14th annual "Jeanie With the Light Brown e JUST N.W Richardson At As a sepclal meeting February 1 1 This Included vision and hearing

Hair" Auditions here Saturday (Feb. 13)) at the Stephe a elccne//_ of the O'Brien ParentTeachersAssociation screening as well as follow-up for

Foster Memorial on the Suwannee River, Memorial Director PICK) l,7 patrons of the school problems of children found In
Douglass GymO'Brien heard members of the Suwannee routine screening processes.
Foster L. Barnes announced -
and personality who are accomplished County School Board Advisory The dental unit which came into -
today. musicians capable of givIng i ) High School's basket- Committee discuss school condltlons : our county In 1984 admitted a
"Seventeen college co-eds. seven creditable radio, television, ball team now holds an (-8 record In the county and more par- total of 350 children for treat-
high school seniors, and two and concert performances. Each for the season and hopes to ticularly the O'Brien School. ment with 1171 fillings and 345

high school graduates who pres- entry Is sponsored by a Florida improve this record February 12 I Jerry Calhoun president presided extractions The dentist with the
ently are not In school make up \\\ when they meet the Richardson
Federation of Music Club. over the meeting and con- unit also assisted the schools with
the largest entry list in the history : High Wolves on the Douglass
Auditions Saturday afternoon, ducted the devotional. an educational program on dental
of the Auditions Barnes Oym floor at Live Oak. It will be
Feb. 13. are open to the public, Transfer of grades seven thru health.
said, "with five of them to receive but due to space limitations, tick- homecoming for O'Brien. 12 to Douglass High School was Many other activities were carried
cash scholarships to further their ets must be requested in advance, The Bumble Bees as the O'- discussed as well as the cost of on including mental health
musical education". Miss Boltln pointed out. Tickets Brien team is known lost to the providing needed facilities at I chronic diseases communicable
Donna L. Dlckenscn, Quincy, Alachua Tigers 59r5S February 8
also are required for attendance O'Brien. disease such a* intestinal parasites
who won the top 1.000 scholar- at the "Jeanie" Ball Saturday and were to play Trenton TUesday Present for the meeting were and veneral disease, as well

ship In 1964 is not eligible to compete night, when winners of the scholarships TOO MUCH'Local HAS night. Committee Chairman Clarence H. as attending\ meetings In the Interest -
again, under auditions rules. are announced and a 1 N.E1. -- I Arthur LInton Is coach of the Ratliff Superintendent Henry M. of in-service education and

i The Florida State University program arranged by the Florida team and is assisted by Walter Folsom Henry M. Ward, Charles giving talks on an advisory basis

sophomore will be present to assist Federation of Music Clubs Is presented Carter Howes T. J. Fletcher Jr, and concerning health programs and
in the program, however Ministers Officers Elected ,For Louie C. Wadsworth. problems

For-the first time this year, the The public is Invited to the MI Tractor Club Fletcher is serving as chairmanof Our home care program admit-
five winners will be presented in special "Jeanie" Concert Sunday Teachers At O'Brien the sub-committee studyingthe ted 83 patient with a total of 732
concert the day after the audi- afternoon at 2:30: p.m., when seatIng Hold MeetingMembers Bill Cannon was elected president Attend Area MeetingSeveral O'Brien school home nursing visit.
tions. The program will be held at will be on a first come, first of the 4-H Tractor Club at Our sanitarian wu kept busy
2:30: p.m. Sunday (Feb. 14) in served basis There is no admis of the Live Oak MInisterial their first meeting last Thursday O'Brien High School with his many duties which Included
the auditorium of the Foster Carillon slon charge for programs at the Association in monthl I night at Mott Buick Co. teachers have attended area conferences No.1 regular Inspection of an-
recent weeks
Tower, Thelma A. Boltln, Memorial the only cost being the session here Wednesday of last I Radford Inden. adult leader Mrs. R.in S. Qranvllle attendedan nus and typhoid shots to come in restaurants and eating establishments
Memorial program director, an- regular fee for entry into the week heard recommendations b)' for the club, presented a program any Friday before the end of dairies, public and
conference in Madison many
a committee named to study the on tractor safety and dally main area
nounced.As 243-acre Foster Memorial on private
March and complete: the series water supplies and other
last week at which types of Information -
role and problems of serving u tenance.
in the past, the "Jeanie" and the Suwannee River. Once these series are completedan : related activities
that be IncludedIn
chaplain at the county hospital Other officers elected at the may
her maids will be selected by a school discussed Initial booster Is required In It is cur hope that this will
a high profile were
and Army training film meeting Vic
saw an were: Miller, vice
panel of prominent out-of-state Service At one year and 3-4 briefly acquaint with
Revival titled Hospital Chaplain. president: David Garrison, secre- and comparisons: made of every yearsthereafter you some of
judges with formal auditions set for your health department
protection against
1983 and 1B64 SCAT and STEP activities
The Rev. Jim Walkup made the tary and Don Garrison
Pleasant Hill reporter.
BaptistRevival for
for 1:30: p.m. Saturday in the Ca- scores students made In 38 schools these diseases 1964.
committee report and pointed out siNo
rillon Tower Auditorium. Earlier, services at Pleasant Hill that serving as hospital chaplain From five counties in this section. The total number of completed .
judges will meet the girls Indivi- Baptist Church will begin Mon- series and booster Immunizations
Miss Ode L. Young attended a
Ia a voluntary task, now being Records Permitted
dually for Interviews and private day, February 15, and continue meeting for primary teachers at given by the health department In No.2
rotated weekly local ministers -
auditions. thru February 21. Sunday. Ser among :Recorded turkey calls may 1964 was 14.M3. This number Includes
Lake[ Butler recently Theme for Conner made
in the assocl a compelling
Sponsored by the Stephen Fos- vices will be held each night participating sound exactly like a turkey but case of
ation. A meeting with the instlutlon's this meeting was modern math smallpox vaccinations, need which deserves' much
ter Memorial Commission and the at 7:30 regulations prohibit their use. moresympathetic
starting : pm. with diphtheria, tetanus, whooping
Major, consultant with
trustee board to revolve consideration
Florida Federation of Music The Rev. Steve Simmons, former ; Only manually or mouth operated and action
the State cough, polio (oral, and typhoid.
Department of Educa- than the federal
Clubs, the auditions bring together pastor of the First Baptist problems was suggested as help- calls may be legally used In Florida Also, under our communicable government
tion, as the speaker.Confectioners ha yet given Our
Florida girls of poise, beauty ] Church of Branford will be the ful.The disease program a total of 2.386 made witnesses
group discussed the notification a particularly strong case
persons had chest x-rays (this includes on the effort
local churches have received Jacksonville and expense they
on Florida's East
use more corn the
mass in November
survey have
that signs now on highway Coast is the most expended In recruiting domestic -
westerly porton syrup than any other food indus- 1984) and a total of 25t nursing -
right-of-way will be taken down labor as far
M Missouri
IT'S HERE! THE ALL NEW MF 150 by> the State Road Department the Atlantic Ocean. try in the United States. visits made in the follow up and Pennsylvania,

unless a location for same off the -

The 3-plow row-cropper of the rugged new Massey- right-of-way Is designated 1 M.fY.
Plans to bring a representative

Ferguson tractor breed In 4 front-end styles. from the alcoholic rehabilitation QJhwibwL I A For Sale-R al Estate
center at Avon Park to speak at a ( j. S

With new increased-capacity Advance Ferguson community-wide meeting at a future <- Two nice homes on Helvenston
date were discussed. Avenue
System new'automated operating ease new Present for the meeting were sale. Oood Priced terms right Winston for quick J.

beefed-up power new rugged toughness. Call the White Revs., John Spivy Hutcherson Brabham., Nelson Ray FOR RENTA HELP WANTED Rogers 1528. Realtor, Phone 383-

for a demonstration today 1 Melvin, Cecil' Webb, and Walkup. calf
LITTLE ADS dice house for sale and a nice WAITRESSES WANTED Mustbe FOR BALE Modern 3-bedroom

Florida's alligators have a broad 3-bedroom place In town for over 21. Apply In person between home, carport central heat.
rent. Call 382-2035
ALLBRITTON BROS. .flout while their cousins, the BIG RESULTS or 983-2743. the hours of 9-12 tin at Near school Lane lot. J. B.

ooodiles: have a narrow project) miff Holiday Inn Restaurant Lake WUon.M7 Blackburn: A...

' TRACTOR CO. nr nose. FOR RENT Spaces for mobile City, ese) tf Phone 162-1482. pdjj ,...,

BUY-SELL .EXCHANGE home. Plenty of room. Nice .

215 W. 5TH ST. 362-2381 vangeltat.! and clean. Good well water.Lake I CURB HELP WANTED NOW.
Whatever th. purpose, jot will for fishing and swimming Aeall to 40. Apply In person.A I
The public is Invited to attend. -. FOR. SALE!
inns Democrat eiawuieds o* Morgan's\ Trailer Park US ee it: W Drive In. cajj tf -- ,

the Job, onrckly and welt. West Live Oak Florida. Phone
I 362-2018.: pcfdj 19-19 Men In good health minimum FOR SALE: New and used
HOLD EVERYTHING pianos. Frier Music Co, North
FOR RENT 3-bedroom downstairs education 8th grade, age 21 to Ohio Are, Live Oak. 382-3188.
5$. Contact the Personnel Department -
apartment and 1-bed eajj tf
DEADUNE FOR INSERTION room upstairs apartment. Call at Sunland Training
382-3208.: Center P. O. Box 1150. Gainesville FOR SALE AD lIRa of tar-
: If you're one of the 57,200 owners 1:0 Pat Tuesdays ail tf Florida. dfj J'7-4. pauWns. guaranteed not to leak.Ottl I

FOR RENT 2-bedroom furnished Brown Motors. cdjj U

LOW RATE FOR RESULTS I houM at Suwannee WANTED Waitresses Apply at
switching from Buick Chevy Springs Apply at 207 Helven- Dixie Ortfl. ail U Tobacco punts
JV4 cents per word, with a atop 8t. or plume 382-2835. Hick N. C 83. Government Inspected.

minimum I 1.". cajjtf Can 383-1059. Ray.
START A RAWLEKJ1I BCSINESS. mend Jackson pdjj 38-49
Ford, Olds Plymouth and Pontiac (All elaodfled mat k. paid In FOR RENT: An unfurnished 4- : Real opportunity now
for permanent profitable work FOR BALE: 20 tons Penaacola
a.'aD..) room apaitment with 3 baths
In 8. Madison Bahia hay In bale, |20 ton.J. .
front and rear private entrances County or 8. Columbia per
next week and a 3-room furnished County. See or writ W, Wallace phone 343-2470.

.. ONE WEEK FREE apartment with private bath John W. Snider! Rt I. Mayo or cajj 38-39

and entrance. 70S S. Ohio An. write Rawlelgh PA B 351 39. FOR SALE: Asalea
Clasdfled ordered for fin Call 383-127 after 7 pjn. Memphis Term put 39 all sire eametlta
.: ;;;j. weeks, ran the last week frco. tab tf dogwood and nu-
\ $...* will pay for a If word Three high paying sales positions greens, pine straw practically
f_ 'f&"f"' ROOMS FOR RENT free from bun and limbs Mrs.
: advertisement for flvo weeks Located
now available
1..... ,,_ .\ with Jackson'sof 8.
I "" Use Biiwanneo Dtvtomt CUatlflrds conveniently down town. Parsh- : Perry the !largest furniture, C. Sansbury, Live Oak.
1 '1 ""'... ,. for Proven ae sits ley House, Phone 383-3138. marine appliance and Jewelry Pbjj {-J'
m' i .._!'!:I >, Pdjj 37-41 center m North Florida Salesmen NOTICE Someone In this area

.. .... are now earning 9100-1125 to assume
"" 'Y FOR RENT: 3-bedroom unfurnished payment on 1984Zlgxag.
\ t rL"' J MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS house. Phone 38318(1 a week In similar positions, pros Make button hole*.
j vehicle with gas and oil. contact monograms sews button
4 :; J or 383-1881. eajj tt on .
-....; Jackson Furniture at once no credit needed 13800 cash er
1 'ci { FOR RENT Furnished apartment for personal Interview. I 8 payment of 1700. Can budget -
... :\i:. ;( \1 ,.
f' MONEY for your farm opera *. Ill Panhtey St.! Phon age 39-40 manager collect. Jackson
,It" _..._ : IV" ,
at reasonable cost. Termsto 383-1013. ps7130 .,.. EL: 3-1331. pdbj 38-41

[.1 := : :" 7 years.fit your Call needs.North Loans Florida up Production to FOR RENT New cabins budget FOR SALE TREES: : Peach

Credit Man 8. Ohio arrangement includes lights, (May Odd and 8owannee.
Ave, Live Oak TvL 383-2SM. For SJe-Real Estate
water, and linen
r 303 Wlnder- pear. plum. fig. pecan dogwood
f" t H. I e tM'-tf wtedto 8\.. Uvt Oak. betweenthe redbud. pine Chows elm.

__ Neil Plant and the Oulf FARMS HOUSES magnolia and Japanese purpi -
VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. Station pbjj 38-39 ACREAOE LOTS macnooa. FRM' Feed Stan
Machine, machine!***, and cold phone 383-3155.
pdjj 34-49
wan permanent given Operator FOR RENT $-recss furnished FALL A. BTKOKegMered

this FREE 48-page cart Annie II. Mills, Myr- apartment. Phone 342-3108 after Real !.we..... FOR BALE 1 International
j get tle Mills, and Mary Drew 3:30 pas cbjj 39-40 OFFICE: toe 8. Ohio "". Harvt-ier I-row com snapper

Boatrtght. Manicurist Ruby FOR RENT Furnished liege Phone 383-13U m excellent condition, used
Sanford at Annie's each Thurs and comfortable LIVE OAK. FL08UDA' very Bttle. Easy term avail

comparison X-Ray Book day Friday and Saturday.eaaltf rooms available Saturday! aU-purpoa Also. Boy and Ml WMfc. CsafUMo. able. Call 383-3938 after 6 pm.all .

2 furnished bedrooms, connecting I cabj U tf

If deatred. Oaa beaters In FOR SALE 311 John Dmt
YM could save hundreds of dollars t If you're new Torque Command 232 engine, hat ANY TYPE each room. Desirable location. FOR SALE tractor. good me-i thm, tiller .

one of the thousand who plan to change car more standard 6-cyhnder power than Ford. Phase 143-3111. ebJJ 39-40 90 ACRE FARM renal 3-bd- and ferUUser ds ulbutor. Fun
visit Rambler dealer-even if Chevrolet or Plymouth. That only Rambler Chemical CIa
your -
lj FOR RENT: Furnished house room bane 3ft miles froM LrveOak
you've never considered Rambler before and Cadillac among U. S. cart have separate and a 3-room apartment on W. oUJ 37-41 I

It's the one car that dares to be compared.: braking systems front ami rear,standard. I Fifth' St.. Uvt Oak CHI M32853. USED MACHINE BALE _
, The Car X-Ray Book fives you 48 pages of All this and more in 1963't X-Ray Book DONE cajj 39 40 ACRES: WOODLAND Singer portable sort at Cord
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+! side-by-side photographic comparisons: on -available only at your Rambler dealer. 5 ACRE HOI 8ITI:, highway C*.. Lake City. FU. Call
size room engines features, style, prices. Stop In and ask for your free copy. See and Granite, Marble. Bronx FOR RENT Newly decorated. front*** T33-408L. cabjttIt I
Check: the vital facts on Rambler and 16 try the spectacular new Ramblen-th new Phone 362-3333 furnished apartasent Close b\. II I
1965 American Classic Ambassador. Call Mrs. P. D. McMollen. 343- MODERN 3-bedroem hone Mick I
other popular makes. X.Ray reveals that LIVE OAKMONUMENT
3714 after I porneafl tf nice
veneer location tern
Ambassador by Rambler,with ill brilliant 4mericrosAIoswsDedlro4MEac.lleaceAs.s

Mf>ub*/ A. t, folk 4 C..faJlrtlW' I lot es ewr** ....* J1JOO...**.,Mit* OWwofcM.jwfci CO.Homer MODERN 3-bedram borne. you wet .... U
F_'.. UumiMtt, tlfmottlki .*4 foultci wilt fl** red IIIIIA t1w *.* ,. ***" ..... Sanford Rep. For s.Je-AlItomott.,. farms February .f .. cJ JU

FOR SALE: 1-1943 Chevrolet. H For mloraaUoa ea: I ... .... yeary. vw..wy..1 i
u+COM TAX IU IUI<<..N81ndI,1dua1a. Ton Pfck-Cp Truck. ...5.00 PAUL A. BTRD
RAMBIER'65 rfvn
The 3 Sensible spectaculars. Fanners A Business T. J. Fletcher Jr. OWm. toe South Ohio Ave brews 1
New I'WmITbJI Year. .Abe Phone t35-313tX Live Oat. Florida
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BROww8B00WINO FOR SALE list Chevrolet.

BROWN MOTORS SERVICE 4-deor Deism fair condition.I1M. FOR BALK OH RENT. f Hang Reece BrownCOUNTY

HOWARD ST. UVE OAK FLA. S MOM Out Noble Ferry Road Also portable power plant. frame boose located aeros J
SOO"W. pJJ Jt-43 2500 watt 113 soft 817$. Call from school la Braofard. Cafl3S444U JUDGEr

_Watch IhI Danny I.Y'( Show on CBS-TV WHMlder evenings 343-1901. eajj 3* 4U 18-43 I II I



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