Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00273
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 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
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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: UF00028422:00273
 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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l I ; Lewis Suwannec Ward J.FFA Speaker Chapter Holds Annual''Paul Crews 1964 I tian Of YearSelected

I '. Banquet; Numerous Awards GivenFor

the main speaker at their 20th annual banquet, 2961 Man O/ Year Selection Dinner For His Constan (iii ikon\

Suwannee Chapter Future Farmers of America chose

a former chapter president now serving as a state vice h ... Of County's Agricull l i ltte1)teal

president of the state organization Lewis Ward son of ,t

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Ward of this county. who said that County Agent Julius Paul Cre,,\ waa designated Su
amen in modem atricultuncould wannee County Man of the Year far 1964 at the annual
and would be most rewarding luncheon of former of the honor held Tuesdaynoon

addressed members their at the reclfienta Crews becomes the 17th

OrR/NK/KG I parent and vests Friday night man to be selected for the honor and I 18 the youngest per-
observed 30thanniversary.
the Its
u Chapter
LoUD. on to be to designated.In .
II $% OUT selecting Crews, the commit-
Awards for outstanding wort
let departed from 1U normal pull.
.1 With Lo... C. WadawertkEncouraging' In scholarship supervised farm-
ey of selecting Individual for civic
tog and leadership were presented
contribution made In fields ..ndal'l.
by George W, Harmony president
: .
.' other than their profession
of the First National Bank
Members of Uw school adrlaorj business or employment. The
and two awards wen handed
committee have been greatly eneounged group felt that chile much of the
In recent weeks by th Chapter President John Bass
contribution mad to this county
chosen as this. year's star chapter .
lane number of local school patrons b y this year's selectee war relatedto
who have taken the time U I farmer. sward hU duties aa county agent,
Harmony: save leadership
ten committee members they o Paul Crews had cone far beyond
to Moray Taylor first. Randy
share tn the determination to sec requirement of his Job and with
Shaw, second and John Gamble,
that this county ha good schools, third. fanning awards unusual dr v. and teal had pro-
regardless of any and an obstacles vent to Taylor Ronnie Poole and I noted this county and its aorta

that may &$e. order.0 ... ,, In an outstanding manner
Shaw In one. two. I' a .1 4 -
That a bond Issue of some size I Lat Man of the Year U
la to adequate Scholarship winners to one two.I Men foreaerty elected for the keor .f Man af the Year U s...._ Ceanly met T......' I* I years
necessary assure a native of Columbia County hav
schools la an accepted fact. The three order were Philip designate. ,.. Itll wiener Reading left U alibi and elMkwbe. around the table. ar. T. t. FletcherBr. Inc been born and reared on a

thing to be determined la just Taylor and Shaw Ratllff lo wataon'l Alfred T Alrtk. Lral& C. Wadawertk. Reward Fleet Dake MrCailliler, J. D. Limey Fail D. small farm near Lake City, Pol-

what la needed and then to decide dealer Clarence, preeented H. the Ratllff La."..... tt N. Batkr Mike Taacrlea. LevJa J. Day and 1. L. McMall.... T. T, deals and ......... Terry lowing graduation from high

how Urge a bond bsue win be reCjuired sward to Baas ss the star chapter I were ......, UHf with th.M akin ar* the II aelectleaa. living today 0t>c aard Sage* were Fred J. school there, he enlisted In the

to provide thoae facilities. farmer and, John Adlcks gave a Green Ree Mill and Kelly Weaver. irkot. by Dan BUIner) Army and served two years on
That our schools win be Integrated certificate on behalf of the Florida I active duty, I) months of which
aa la oleo generany accepted Bankers Association also MBaM. were In Korea.
as a way of life. To talk of private indicative of the honor, Westvvood Will Nine Local Stiulent Leader On his release from service School Ailvltory Croup
schools evading thlla.. elth Rotary
or of Crews Attended Gordon Military
Walter Roberta. president
land .Is waiting time and effort the Buwanne County Farm flu.raw Join Honor SocietyNine Academy at Bametvllle. Qa., and Will Meet Thursday

r handed the atar greenhand Honor Baillics af the II students at ... Discusses Past upon graduation war eommUMoned Member ef Ikeaniwe
Bueh wistful talk and thinking award to John Hal for his work Nertn FtorUa fader allege a 2nd Lt. In the U 8. Army, II. County Advbary Cnt-llle.
serve only to deny the fine boys In first year supervised farming Invite to Mn Pbl Theta Ka.- then entered the University or will bM. a general ....Un* to-
.- 'and girls of this county oppor leadership and scholarship. A At Open House ... tke national. J.aUr. eellegeackelaatl Present. FutureRotary Florida, graduating from therewith nlgkt' (Tkanday) In In* ternporary .
::- to at least compete In oerUficat denoting selection forth ......". fraternity. I a B3 decree from the eoUrce library al .awannee
.. illfe.urhl. award war preeented the district Members of UM Westwood Baptist an teem lit. Oak Ik* large District Governor W. J. of strlcuHure In August 1953. It. High Bch**! busied In tke old.
Lewis Ward bit the sdvtaor on behalf of Com Church will hold an open ......, Wed I* participate (flint Hamrlck paid a visit to the remained at the university for a Armory al lilt ,..., CkalrmanCtarenee
I. HL the head hers Thursday miaaioner of Agriculture\ Doyle house Sunday afternoon between tens any .U,. Live Oak club Monday noon and rear as a worker In the agronomy II. Ralllff .n..._'
ha hen be told members of the bean 01hrM and five o'clock Thee named fee Ik. Monty. recalled the pail, discussed the laboratory and took several grid here T......'.
1 9 Juwanne PTA Chapter &that Ward stressed the need for good In honor of UM Rev. and Mrs W. an Daniel ....... Elaine Dennh preamt and looked Into the fu- uate cour..... Katlirf said the full .......-
t, most valuable aaaet a young education to manage modern J. Baillle. Mrs. Clyde UUAlJ'ON.chW'Ch \ ,...... Menra llanla.Roland lure of the International organi Ills career u a county agent tee wM hear ripen* aa toe
*-aD.. secure today Is a good IK*. I CenUn4 eat race IILa&dju4giiig ) hostess, said a cordial Invitation Waya ,........ MarthaIMMJ sation.llsmrick. began In IMS when he cam li tenting. held |.kl* week at Uve
education and that today this U to residents of UM community ..er........ WUIard A. to now serving ss Hotel I Buwenne County aa an aanUtanl. Oak and nranfar and keglnUna /
even more vital to ......ruIl' was extended. r......... Tfcaniaa. Ctutrt and ItoaUurmnt Oommbwlanorl to County Aunt Floyd VubavkaO t* bashes Ma .v alt ...*
famine than II to uxmany other The rte. .,Me.ttaiUM wui tirval- .Mil..,MMn MMM TM**...It' .. JI'ori4."m.' Same r*jn.fl to tear later, He was promote .*aMnd Un fee Mfca*!* I* 11.y .
fields of eslesn erg- -' acts six .u4 a belt years tinier ( AMbnr. leewerd TadxeC,., lad the position last month by Oover to UM aant'a.p.-ui t.->> .Kmbanka beg
Than I think of Few CUreoaeHatarr a* pastor of the church on that Oamnarakle to Pnl Beta lasso?? nor'lUlrdon auras reserved aa resigned and la current r s am es d woo
ha strvaaed In. our eneettng Contest Planned dat lie resigned his pastorate ns .....* Maegee, Phi Theta state campaign manager for servingaa head of this county I kleae 4 at are allMMlaae. aMlulerwl
al ISM. ....'. a*.e<....
around DM county that 70 her recently and has accepted Kappa draws He saemkits from Burns during the Ml election agrteultur department, I
per cent of the youths graduating Joint sponsorship of a land I the pastorate of the First Baptist ..... .......* wed ar* ka UM. Hamrlck. who to on a leave ef Crewi joined Uw Waltona aM said Ike eeoimlttoe was eneearacetf -
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from schools af this county depend : judging contest" to this county has Chorcli at Baldwin. lip ten pet. enl aeademleallyf absence! from Dun Life Insurance Ouard while still a student In I* Ita ." .wen. I I
ALL formal been by the Live Oak Rev. Baffli assumed! th* duties told of In IMS and U now a major and aa. wllk cad eenerealeaa arIkla
on us for the accepted UM Mai ....*.. ..,.a....... Co. Notary's founding ...... ..14
Buwanne Weatwood hilit. aimed aa 8-. of LIlt tank bat- lamest red f '
dueaUoa they get and that toN Klwanla dub and the as pastor at Baptist a. DOS ky Paul Harrto who found .
( I c..u.... en Pag* I.) River Doll Conaervatton District .. During UM tin h* has been Uf. lonely In Chicago and ante talOn of which the Llv Oak unit ........
tt was announced this west pastor, UM church was burned Farm Burrau Alert\ together some of hla aaaoelales to to a part, fie II. former com a e
Similar events have keen held under and a new and complete! etrue- form a group for mutual pleaaure. man ley of the local) company
Woman* dub Fish Fry UM some sponsorship m prior time enet d. Th new faculty Is At W("lIf.om TonightDr. Prom this has grown lbe International Sine coming to 0uwannee Computer Data
years.M larger snore modern, and air. eon-) o 0 c. C Motley eiUmkm body of Rotary containing County. Paul Crews'service to the
At School Cafeteria date has been art for this auoned taraovt.The ecanasaM of the University efPMrtda better than a half million members community has been Impressive
'I'M w....'. Oak .f Live yearl canted lithe Indication ctrarch purchased' an additional will speak at the regular In over 11.000 clubs scatter tor his effort have covered a wide Retail Trade
Oak .. ayanaarlni a fish frfTkareiay. are that tt win be held either the two and a half acre of monthly meeting of the Buwanne ed la aver TT countrt (Me.. I CnUn ed en Page II)

rekewary U (Lire). final week ., March or first week land adjacent to UM property during County Fans Bureau at Wn Rotary*! lop dutrtcl sneer saidmembers I Here I In 1963
al In. sifciil eafelerla.Tn to AprU. UM Urn and also provided fora born tonight CThuradaylTh of lha group of club Florida AmmnCroup
flak fry ........ at flv* There win b* separate. dJvWorn fun Urn secretary Th aw. win begin with a should attune their hearts and editor's Mole I This local news
.'leek and wfll MUna*'a.UIdgkl for PPA chapter and ...8 club. Membership tn the church during covered dfch sapper In the wen minds to line and abate a better riant Annual Meet tern. was prepared by a Cenaualurean .
.*!*.&. Piwffl freen Ik* Uedala forth* three too vrtnnm UM the period Increased from born. Educational Buttdinc at T:00 We and thai UM desire to help Outstanding. eleventh grade electronic, computer and
fry wa g.. ....... (k. ........ and a Waive .. taw wmnlnf team >o* to MO now en the raIL stock. with committee reports build strong eommunlllea, coupled *4.*>... IH ..waane* (emit I typed al 19 lines per second ea>
'- wfll b* presented.Th Th financial program has Increased and a latent act to follow with a need for friendship and are U b* fca*.f.d at the annual. perisH for this newepaper
Mss T. I. ...... stub prwttnl. 1 FTA atvMon was won last from an annual budget Dr, Masley win speak to the companionship were solid reasons ...U.. ., tke .._nnee l'..etr I uwannee County's IM relallMtabltahmenU .
aid ayes kenmn*** *ak* year by the Branford chapter of for an Berne of IllMOOO to one I group on 'What the Poverty Bill For Rotary' membership and eomN r.lverNf .f Fields Al*.alOk had Ito 1 BtinionIn
..m ......... which WUaon Soap I Ie Ole e4w ar. .f 'H" today, Means to Os". ( *. 4 Cenllaaed *.l Page II) Mr Tae...', March I, alUM sales m INI. an .Ineeraae of 44

Maa*.le Ttmttt al 1iHae. o per sent frem INS The U. Bile
,. rise ef the Cetuua has Jut re* !
Ernest Holmes Winner Livestock Promotion PlanO Dr. E.: T, Tat, peb feagrlealtoe parted after tabulating data gathered
aIM .nlvercllf.will from all firma In the IM1Ceneiw :
k* tk* apeaker.Tk of 1Iuat",.. The lug pre-

Crowd MtfMl u "',iotlc ttauput Cniintv. Farms___; Get .18. Fine Animals a IIM* deal....*...grp.*,. I.will en scud are vow" the business Census Bureau Census an eondueledbf aseneyf
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J -----00---7 Sigh. atkl a***** wk. pi*** the 0. B. partment of Com

York to enter lk. I'alvenlly .. ,,,,,. mere*, war In IIM.Ketall .
Dr. Lauds On
County Project Ma seal fall.vVUtUa trade In the aunty II
r. )f........ erreally < meant Julie leickiatve of propel* ,
ThJrtjr-ht pure bred animals found new homes In sorvteg M club pf..U..l, lord for 111 autos and women and
Suwanne County Friday morning' when the 23 winner' In aid a* elwU.. fee. ....-.. .<' a yearly payroll ef 11.7 million.IN .
this, year's livestock Improvement contest were announced fine reel she. k* kU. I ( .. I t'MUae4 M Pag II)
at th* second annual Livestock Promotion banquet held

((4C 0 loi k IARDS attended her Thursday the event night, and heard at the Dr Coliseum, An overflow- crowd tarts Star Farmer Aleerdt I

I C. T Tort Jr. provost of agrteul Th*** factors In UwaMrtve. tMll --- ........_._. ... ..... .._.._ ...-.....--
continued provide a waiting/ market -
tore at UM Dnlvererty of Florida:
e A. P. Noll. Oeorg Haas U.M. for an espandrd Mveitoek Inv'
1 C itIM j Crews and others paw the fiveMisr duetry. He commended the Chamber C
of Commerce's effort and the
w a plan to rvpand UM llwatockbndutry
sn this county, leadership provided .bf *then In
greeting an oppottunlty for fluwsnnee -
I Th affair aloe served aa the
to ban
County a greater
""ejurtorty saeeting *f th 0un
I dean In their are*.
ne* County Chamber of corl"'lIaUoa- Sheriff told. MKTaHl-Ur and

mere.apaneartnc forth hto (sham fed the more area
promotion plan begun Metyes (M*. | rnlbi4 M ,.... I)
and slated to continue for

\. three sour pests Ala *f th pre
ject to to Improve the sway of Totrmrt,Jtettgnt hen ri j jI
tree-tack fen Uu eounly aa w0 as
the quantity that to sold. Coach At Suuannee /

Lamar tlaneock to serving aageneral ....... Comb Wf aaM* Tewmel
aha mia *f Ih* proavawUan .......d 1/udm, from SMMashIg
with Ceunt/ Agent Paul ad .**..>ng ...... Now
Crews a* advisor and chief ant* .-. flub ...... "' ..... ,
+r' 1' S t v 1'q + sot Maces i. Me ... ....K4 n .

Dr Tart said that Florida'sfajtgrvrtng ........ *4 Clre/sbks. Sigh
agnraltar a4 UMautaaiud Siam k* We* Pleetf.
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d...rcep -* etanrufar a Terra *.**. a* alfcattMke ,.I
y. mere VWWTMM caul and sein. din.be wgl aiimtt by S.ao .*
kMtuatry Acted Into a smooth aal* High ......... ,.,...
... :' and -... ..- N woe
torn W growth fat ,chase Jar Ik pren4
Clare.e. U. tUUU,.eral.., "rni.dad the seam Ralllff award
la Ik. ... nne4 A. P. JUM.MM awe.lMg Hay Ckto*.n I a.-.......S vfSntna OM akn tad par fame a* UM ........ II* a.*..-) a.--wend "....., M C1esla .......... ,... Seib tight.. .......... o t1M
...... .
let that k ka IMI
** *f Ik* tree.yenr iimluk s.--- avvJnH ..lira... fes Into hn.t/. Part af In. ...... sew4weewfeSX soil, M aw sons*f th row bun.pr4uc comfy r*>T-met 4ii* a..eM. CM eta* rvWavelto ye.**a eau rkM..e ,.,.... Lisle W.*.. Mil..... PTA vie ...... .

0m4la. aMe*... M sheen BallMi .Mw.....'posit When MIME. .and ..... Ih* c::.... UaIPbeieebf .. beef and) skewl 10 net .*tH afthe aeeewl In* kM si*.tay J-MN deed aid Scene mimt*.f the sbapese. ese UM afiakar al Ik* SMk f

dN were ........ nut. wan A. SeaM., port M **n-MM.*. I UM. Kgb hoist ...... aa..... *f....- c....., IPA.. (Pkl' *ty DM Slalom
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About 11 FLORIDA'SFarm I ,
It Happened In '


cS.ag. And Suwannee County, Florida


Three R's vs Showcrheadg Time Of Testing

With Duval! County schools already of the accredited The !issue, finally. Is clear. Polk County schools) Doyle By. E.

list and similar action threatened against must be Integrated in the grades as well as at the ConnerBiggest
those of Hillsborough and Dade County, the lima vocational school and junior college level. From Tint Files Of

may be at hand for Floridians to take a cold hard Federal Judge Joseph P. Lleb left no doubt in I recent news In the food TIlE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

look at the entire accreditation set up. his order last week that segregated classes, by whatever Industry was the announcement

This Is especially so since Auburndale has been means they' have been maintained up to now,,I that American Tobacco Co. plansto

advised that failure to provide adequate dressing must end. He has given Polk County school officials ( acquire Consolidated Food 1915The week he would seek-re-electlon to many county and state agencies

space for physical education classes may lead to until March 1 to present a plan for puttinghis Corporation. of Chicago. College Minstrel the office. O. W Graham said was cleared of debt this month I

withdrawal of recognition In the future. This order Into effect. If the deal materializes it will appear Columbia at the City Hall here' he would seek re-election u alderman when the Board of County Commissioners .

threat frankly is none too since a new would be the biggest merger the from ward three. E. R authorized payment t
grave It may be expected that there will be a few tonight and will give a minstrel
gym now on the drawing boards, will In all probability more steps in litigation taken by the school board. food industry has ever seen and show and vaudeville under the Brown said be would seek election of the final building certificate issued -
u a member of the City to erect the structure in
solve the problem.But It also be would make American Tobaccothe of the Suwannee High
may expected that they will not materially auspices
In Its field. Council from ward two. A. H. Perry 1949. The last payment was $13.
are dressing rooma essential to an ade- if at all, change Judge'; Lieb's ruling. largest company School the proceeds of which will said he would seek reelectionto 29313.

quate education? If the teaching of mathematicsand The pattern has become unmistakably established At present American ranks sec be used for supplementary books the council from ward one. J.

English and history and science as well as the by a mounting series of court orders. It ond to Reynolds Tobacco. How for the new high school building M. Phillips Jr.. said he would seek A. P. (Buddy) Nott. Flat National
required frill courses dependent upon the numberof seems probable that no change in pupil assign ever since the smoklng-and-! for which a fund of $800 will be election to the office of Mayor. Bank cashier was guest
health of the Surgeon
lockers and fchowerheads available? ment procedures will be required of Polk County General put a temporary damperon I speaker at the Klwanis Club on

Can the quality, yes and even the quantity of until the current school year is over. It seems inescapable clgaret sales last year several H. W Taylor. R. P. Hopkins. Sixty-six miles of electric lines I Wednesday and used as his topic
education be gauged entirely by the facilities of a between! Tiger Lake Dowllng "Using Credit For Farm Production"
that there will be children of both racesIn of the tobacco firms, including John F. Harrell. and E. J. Blume
school plant? most Polk schools when the 1965-66 school year Reynolds, have been In search of left yesterday for Qultman. Da., Park, Falmouth Day, Mayo Junction ,
Is It Impossible to Impart an education to a starts In September. non-tobacco businesses with whichto to inspect the school building of and the country In betweenwas
classroom of 30. while entirely possible If there So'be I energized this week by the Dr, and Mrs. Joe Davis entertained .
it. It has long been The Democrat'sview diversify their operations. that city, the three gentlemen being
are only a couple of dozen students In a classroom? that enforced segregation and enforced inte Most of the diversification schoor trustees. Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative their son. Ronnie with a

Admittedly there mutt or at least should, be gration are equally wrong from a moral standpoint. moves have been In the field of George Carver Association announced Manager this theatre his 11th party birthday.Saturday afternoonon

minimum standards for schools, but there should Unfortunately the courts have found It necessaryto foods and allied products. Reynolds I' Bids for the erection of the week. Quests Included Branch Ken.

be limits perhaps to those standards. replace one with the other. Is planning to acquire Pen- Government Building for Live
Dale Bradbury Oeorgt RIch.
Many a successful business and professional What remains, then, is for the people of Polk nick & Ford New York processorof Oak are being advertised in this Mrs. L. B. Button was hostess ard non. Dempsey, Reggie McNelll.

man yet living and active received his elementary County to determine now that when the new corn products and relateItems. issue bf the Democrat. At soon as at two tables of bridge at her Lowell O'Hara. Danny Knight

education In a Little Red School House', crowded regimen becomes effective later this year the Earlier. It Reynolds is a 1100 had million acquired dea) the begin.contract This U is good let the news work for Live will home Tuesday, Mrs F. E. Laytonwon Jon Burch. Emory McKelthen.

with pupils of all eight grades. change will come about with good manners and makers of fruit Oak. high score. Emory McCullers. Johnny Sims
Pacific Products
Admittedly a beautiful building, well appointedand good feeling on the part of all concerned.The and aluminum foil and Present were Mrs. 8. C. Bans- and Sammy and Richard Perry
juices, an
sparcely populated classrooms, adequate play people of Polk County have had 10Ys packaging company. The biggest fire in the historyof burr Mrs. E. Y. Johnson. Mrs. F.

facilities and a special shower stall for each and years since the 1094 Supreme Court ruling the town visited Mayo the E. Layton. Mrs W. E. Ambrose, Miss Joan Peaden was presented
P. Lorlllard Co.
every student might represent a huge step toward Last December out the I Mrs. H. H. Hair. Mrs. J. C. FleUsh. with the first Annual Betty
to prepare themselves for the end of school aegre cat food 19th. completely wiping
(tobacco) purchased a er. Mrs. C. A. Hardee and Mrs..
Crocker Homemaklng award
: at
the Oreat Society, but are such facilities the prime large three story Masonic-Pythian
gatlon. They have presumably another eight canning firm and a month ear. Mack H. Padgett.
requisite to education? months to complete their mental! and emotional Her. Liggett & Myers bought up a Building and Its contents, which U. Suwannee High School last week.
Auburndale Star Included the citizens Bank of
food manufacturer Phillip
readiness. ".. .. .. dog Mayo. 1955 Directors of the Suwannee
There is little doubt tnat me children: or bat h Morris owns American Safety County Chamber of Commerce In
Mike N. Tsacrlos
races, left to themselves, will adjust readily to seeing Razor Co. and Clark Oum. purchased the
session Tuesday night named Rees
The CommercialsAmericans One of the moat up to date cafe on Ohio Avenue known as
each other in the same schoolrooms' and on Ui I The American Consolidated. business institutions In Live Oak Mike's: from Butter Lewis Satur Mills. Homer Ooff. and Robert
who have been accustomed to end same playgrounds. Children have had less time, deal would Involve some $400 million is the Live Oak Bottling works. day and ls now operating the Engstrom as a nominating committee .

less commercials in their radio and television' fare to absorb the habits and the prejudice that hav I in cash and stock Director Within the past two years It has popular eating place. Lewis bad to select nominees for four

may not know anything better but foreigners who become ingrained in their parents.It of both companies have approved undergone a wonderful change purchased the place from Tsacrlos vacancies on the board.
it It remains for stockholders to .
visit this country and watch American televisionare is, then with the parents and the teacher I and every change has been for a few years past.

astonished by the frequency of program Interruptions that the peaceful success of Polk County's firs,, give their O.K. the betterment of the plant. Th
for commercials large-scale school integration must rest. Parents,, There Is speculation In Industry: business under the competent A serious fire broke out in the No Refueling NeededThe

It Is late for something to be done about this both white and black, have the duty to prepar I circles that the merger plans may management of Mr. T, J. Rhodes smoking room of McMullen Food Na,,'. nuclear-powered
get a careful going over by the has consequently grown and prospered Bank Inc.. last Thursday nliht aircraft! carrier. Enterprise largest -
practice but not too late. The system employedIn their children to behave as good citizen should. Commission and .
some countries is to set aside certain periodsfor Parents must teach their children If. Indeed Federal Trade until it became necessary to and spread rapidly through the ship in the world steamed
the Justice Department.As secure an auto delivery truck for roof of the entire plant nearly SI.OOO miles at an averageof
commercials. This could be half-hour haven't done that
they already
a per so every
planned, the of all in
now merger the delivery goods and 22 knots without refueling
iod or several fifteen minute periods spaced is entitled to equal respect and consldera
person would boost American Tobacco'stotal about the city. Suwannee County's fine agricultural along the way the National ,
every so many houri. tlon, regardless of the color of his skin annual sales by about 80 per building that houses graphic ssys.
Of course the networks will not voluntarily Teachers' must be firm and patient In requiring cent to tome $1.8 billion. The attractive home of Mrs. F

change over to this practice and the argument Is of their pupils equal! standards of conduct American labor has a good- 8. Parramore was thrown open

advanced that the Federal Communications Com For many adults of both races, it will not be sized stake 1149 million worth this afternoon for an informal af

mission does not have the authority to force stations easy to put down the feelings and attitudes that In the Federal" program to help fair given by the civic committeeof AllisChalmersSALES

and networks to do so. have been acquired over decades and generations low-Income rural! people to make I the Woman's Club.

Yet the public is entitled to enjoy the benefitsof It will be a time of severe testing of adult responsibility a better living and enjoy a better e e

use of the air waves by private corporations and leadership.We I -life-- 19.10'two

seeking profit, to a reasonable' degree. It Is not are> confident that the parent aD4,te.. An old established AFL-CIO I Uv Oak students at Florida and SERVICEIN
-.' Ka*>. -- t.4 _-_ MUra. pU4. ,, .chore ot Polk County will meet the tart tabor)union TMWitly prMfntwl toBrcroUry But College for Women, Tallahassee .
ture is interrupted ten timed during the hour) -Polk County Democrat Bsrtow of Agriculture OrvlllK are Included in the 187 THE LIVE OAK AREA
This forced commercialism which no viewercan Freeman, a check for $11.5 mil. : who made the approbation lint

avoid Is not the same aj newspaper advertis Some Costly Palliatives lion to pay for purchase of USDA recently at the state college Thisis
ing. In the case of newspapers the reader has a farm and rural community Insured the equivant of making: a *B" We Repair Any Make or Model Tractor
It's unsettling to us who are not specialists in loans.It .
average or better in
subjects during
choice to read the advertisements or not to read
them. economics who don't pretend to know about economic was the largest single commitment the last semester (Will Pick Up At Your Farm And Deliver)

theories beyond the nee that "Good money for insured mortgages The Live Oak: girls are Miss
Congress representing the people will eventually
be tends to drive out bad. What's unsettling Why, ever received by USDA. It brought Dorothy Hlckman and Miss Susie -ALL WORK GUARANTEEDLeo -
forced to establish
decent standards of telecasting the disagreement among the professional economists to 1743 million the total Investment Perry.
and unless the networks and stations reduce -
In such loans by the Amal
on just about every issue1.'
the frequency of Interruptions of programsfor And these Issues affect gamated Clothing Workers ot! Miss Until Hunter and Miss Dunnam Building
us That's why we
commercials, the people will demand Barbara
Congress America Its Amalgamated Bankof Hunter student at Stetson
act. are disturbed. New York and affiliated In. University, DeLand. spent the (Mayo Road Across From Howbad Feed Mill)
-Lake1 Wales News Nobody has disproved the theory yet that governmental stltutlons. last week end with their nap**.

spending beyond Income is great for The clothing workers now have tie, homefolk. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Phone 362-3222
the country's economy. Oh, maybe it doesn't the largest single Investment In i Hunter and Mrs Gordon Hunter

Federal DictatorshipMany work ,In Brazil, or some lesser countries but I It insured. loans of the Farmers)

seems to be great for the United States. But some Home Administration. Several Others announcing for officesare Landen Tractor
u. S. Co.
including famed news
economists shake their heads and some of us unions have Invested a total ol Caste B. Bailey for office of
paper columnist David Lawrence claim
that afederal simpler citizens just don't understand how it can $145 million in the loans. Freeman constable from the constable's
dictatorship was established In this country keep up this way, announced.The first district City Attorney O. HAROLD LANDEN, Owner
Dec. 14.That's.
Warren arches
Then there Charles announced.
comes de Oaulle an expert -
the day that nine men comprising the
on every subject and says that the entire Idaho potato Industry Is up
U. S.
Supreme Court
handed down a decree stating In
arms over a suggestion from
world ought to go on the gold standard. What
in effect that the "federal government may hereafter Sun Valley resort Interests that
this would do to the U
8. Isn't good our economists
step in and prescribe whatever restrictions on tourist promotion be substitutedfor
say and add that It wouldn't be to o good for
American life It pleases and the judiciary can fall agricultural advertising on the M
it the law of the land." the economy either We have a feeling that the state's motor vehicle license

The Supreme Court decision not only appliesto great French leader Is not particularly concerned plates. ANYONE

racial discrimination in restaurants hotels or about the welfare of the United States, economically An official of Sun Valleys! new

other places known as "public accommodations" or politically. The majority of economist! agree owners, the Janss Corporation of > HERE

but also covers nearly any act or activity within that this gold standard Idea Is nutty, California, proposed that Tarn

the states which has previously been regarded as What we need is someone who can inject some ous Potatoes" be deleted from the NAMEDAUGIEP '' ?

J subject only to local regulations by the states common sense into such perennial! problems as the plates. lied substitute "Last Wllderness" y ,.

counties or cities. domestic farm program of our government President ,

David Lawrence in hi" column has noted Johnson has promised to give the matter some A recent Issue of the Idaho Potato .

that "for all practical purpo f!..* the edict means study. Meanwhile apparently his economic! advisors and Onion Newt official:

that not only is racial discrimination of any kind have not worked out anything on the subject and publication onion of commission the state's\ devoted potato

prohibited and under virtually all circumstances just more. of the same costly palliatives. 114 columns to a detailed recitalof .

but the federal government "may step in and regulate -Press Oasette -Milton the economic Importance of the

human behavior Inside the states U It'. never potato Industry to Idaho point

done before log out that the state "leads the
You can help yourself to longer life If you
The Important words in the court's ruling, of traffic U. 8. In potato acreage production
obey regulations without waiting! for a
course are "Interstate commerce. What is "!n to catch processing and shipments""It ,
terstate commerce" makes sense to us. then

Many businesses claim to be local In nature. the publication said editorially

However according to the court's ruling if they The Suwannee DemocratOF have"to promote here In Idaho the one that,thing no other w* WE'RE SURE
Augie has been
from another state any materials,'Ingredients Ute In the nation can claim. here along with Steven.
or products of any kind which have a bearing

on the work In a particular establishment then "J* tht Heart LIVE of she OAK SHMWHIMNI, FLORIDA Riser Florida products were included Hank and Bill In fact were very happy that just about

they some day may be also adjudged to k engagedin Yati.y with those from California Art-
BANNEA Consolidated LEADER in Live Oak and
everyone around these
interstate commerce. tona. and Indiana in a special part visits us now
Established 1SS4 August 3. leg? Established 1J8Jrblbh
A major point in the decision Is that no amend display of fresh fruits, vegetables
.4 Even Thursday al Ftee Cease
> and
Street then. We
ment to the Constitution authorising such a change touJc.:\Vad.wortht'ditor sit Publisher and fresh-cut flowers In a food hope you be in to see us again too real)
had been show at tile t1. 8. Trade Center In
adopted by the people. and the ruling
Clara S. Wadsworth ..."... Associate: Editor London which has just opened.To soon.
must be
obeyed until
such time
U people by
Walter Lee Olive..... Advertising Manager assure freshness In the displays -
decreA: amendment may repeal or revise the George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman arrangements were made

effcoofcUn Postage Paid At Live Oat Florida\ with a TT. a. International air carrier
The point is Will method of
: this governingthe for
SUBSCRIPTION County $LOG three shipments to be
United States (by nine men) be accepted In RATES Outside Suwannee County $5.00 made during the two weeks of the

the long run by the people. and will they submitto "ALL BUB 9CRIPTIONB-Pa" ,ib. ia i Advance show-

change' of such a far-reaching character with. Thirty-tuns U. 8. processors, -.

out"the customary constitutional processes being :producers and distributors consigned : COMMERCIAL BANK
observed? products to Ute London

-8L Cloud New Florida Ptts Association : show (February JS to March l)
\ i which featured fresh and processed LL OF LIVE OAK

Scientists say that this. universe Is made up of fiUWANNEX COUNTY fruits tree nuts,vegetables, LIVE
and specialty and convenience _
protona/photons. electrons and neutrons. They Chamber of Commerce foods that contained principally _
" forgot to mention the morons. Dunbar's Weekly.
fruits and nuts
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tb = Mrs Hubert Coleman UluellFor Miss Dorsey Wed I Here And 'ThereMrs. I

Michael\ E. MIchener

Miss Connie Lois Dorsey, Henry Skinner, her brother Monday for Nashville. Tenn. to
daughter of Mrs George Tlppettof Winton Hall of San Rafael visit her brother-in-law and sis
WOMeNCLARA Jacksonville and L. P. Dorseyof Calif., and brotber-ln-law and ter. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Jr.
I Live Oak. and Michael Ernest sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rimer Miss Charlotte Wsdsworth
I MIchener of Port Henry N. J.. of Lake City visited relatives Florida State University student
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul MIche and Lakeland .
In Mulberry Tampa spent the week end with her par
S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor I ner of Port Henry, were united In Wednesday and Thursdayof ents. Mr. and Mrs.. Louie C. Wads-
marriage In St. Lutes Episcopal last week. worth.
Church. Jacksonville, with the Henry E. Skinner, Aviation Fire Miss\ Babsy Phillips of Haines
Miss Prevatt Exchanges Nuptial Vows With r Rev Charlie F. McNutt Jr, officiating Control. Tech.. lit Class 17 8. N.. City FSU student, spent the weekend
Mr. Mizell Sunday FourteenthThe Y on January SO. Oceana. Virginia Beach Va., visited with Mrs. J. D. Martin and
February The bride given in marriage
his mother, Mrs. Henry Skinner son. Gary a University of Florida
Parkwood Baptist Church in Jacksonville was by her uncle. Carl Chambers and Mr. and Mrs J. Marvin student.
the getting on Sunday February fourteenth for the wed. and her aunt Mrs. Carl Phillips and other relatives here. Dell Williams, Florida State
ding of Miss Marcelene Frances Prevatt daughter of Mr. Chambers, was matron of honor. Lake City and Perry Monday and University student, spent the
_ and Mrs. V. W Prevatt of McAlpin, and Hubert Coleman Bridesmaids were Miss Gayle Tuesday of last week. week end with his parents. Mr.
... Mizell.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon XI. Mizell of Jacksonville Landen, Miss Marcia Dodson, and Mrs. Bettye Stapleton and sons, and Mrs Alton Williams.
I with" the RT Don Everson Mrs. Haywood Olbbs. Miss\ Jonl Russell, Keith and Oretory. Mrs. Reggie McNelll of FSU spent
" officiating at the three o'clock N. H.Larry Prevatt. Atlanta Oa.: Stsmper cousin of the bride, was Henry Skinner, WInton Hall and the week end with his parents
11\ ceremony.Olren brother of the bride George Mac- flower lirl. Ronny Parker spent Saturday In Mr. and Mrs Dave McNrlll
Intyre. Miami and Jimmy Prey The bridegroom's cousin John Perry visiting Mr. and Mrs. S.
in marlrsge by her father att. McAIpin. brother of the bride. MIchener, served as best man. George Miller and son, Cary
the bride chose Mr*. Tommy The bride wore a gown inspiredby e Ushers were Haywood Glbbs, Winton Hall returned to his O'ltriett ....11
McDonald sister ot the bride u Dior created In delustered Berry Dodmn. and Harold Yates home in San RafaeUCallf. Monday
matron of honor. Bridesmaids chalk white satin. The fitted The ring bearer was Johnny after visiting his sister Mrs. Club Held MeetThe
were Mill Joan Shambach and bodice featured a yolk of re-embroidered 1'fe Stsmper. the bride's cousin. Henry Skinner and other relatives O'Brien 4-11 Club met
Mrs. Charles Honta. Junior Alencon lace encrustedIn The bride wore a gown of Bom here, Lake City and Perry. Monday night February 15. with
bridesmaid WM Ulss Lynn Pre- seed pearls forming a regal basins taffeta and Chantllly lace Mrs. E. J. Paul Jr.. hu return. Charlene Sedge, president of the
vatt, sister of the bride and Linda neckline. The calls lily sleeves over net and satin with a scalloped ed home after spending several girls club presiding. Kathy Fletcher .
Deley M flower girl. were appointed with lace motifs. e.i,+ i, A1 A, v neckline calls lily sleeves, days In Manchester Tenn., visiting gave the devotional followedby
The matron of honor wore a The skirt with a slim effect formed w and a voluminous skirt of taffeta Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Walker the American Tag pledge by
floor length drew of Shocking Pink a Grecian silhouette and the k with ruffles of lace terminating and sons. Skeeter and Jeff. Elaine McCall and the 4-H pledge)
Chlara crepe with an empire bodice Cathedral train terminated In a A In a chapel train. Her shoulder Mrs. Frank Futch Br, left led by Paul McCall.
accented with a band of satin garland design of satin roses and length veil of Illusion was attached The program consisted of three
that terminated In a bow featuring leaves. The bride's finger tip it\\ to a crown of seed pearls. She demonstrations: Mike Mclnnla
a rounded neckline and elbow bouffant veil was of silk Illusion carried a cascade of white fathered Mr. Scott Club presented a demonstration on
length sleeves. The matching secured to white roses studded In carnations centered with or. Meeting Montr* "[)an.rr Of Cranking A Tractor
headpiece, a petalled flower of tiny seed pearls. chide on a white Bible.A In AnEnclosed Barn": Paul Mc
the tame material with pearl' She carried an arrangement of I For her going away costume the : reception was held at the Mrs Rudolph Farmerette Scott Homemakerson was hostessto Call a demonstration pertaining
stems secured to a blusher veil roses forming tapering spheres bride wore a Majlenda silk shantung Qiiirk-Switrh OutfitThe home of Mr and Mrs. Chambers the" to his swine project "Loading
She carried a sphere of earna- linked with strands of satin. I' suit with a flower petal hat new Jumpers are ideal costumes The newly-weds left on a trip to February 11 Made Easy"; and Elaine McCall'a
Miss Ida Jo Harrison
lion matching the trim on her Mrs. Prevatt. mother of the of matching tones. She wore white to wear to the office when Washington D. C. They will\ reside demonstration was "The Useless
treat. bride. wore a silk beige dress with gloves and black shots and bag you have an after-flve date. Just In Forestvllle. Md. demonstration agent gave a demonstration Useful", In which she showed how
The bridesmaids gowns were matching accessories. Her hat was Her corsage was a white orchid. remove the blouse, add a sparkling e on window treatmentIn to cover a rusty clothes hanger
fashioned identical to that of the of beige and green. She wore a Following a trip to Nassau. Bahama piece of Jewelry, and prest, the home. with yarn
Refreshments by
matron of honor In pale pink. lavender orchid corsage. the couple will reside at a cocktail drew. Nancy Jo Havellettr" Mrs. Scott.Jeffery. were Kathy Fletcher, recreation
They carried spheres of carnations Mrs. Mlsell. mother of the 1111 Easter Street. Apartment $. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ravelletteof e leader, led the group on playing
matching the trim of their bridegroom wore a blue crepe I Jacksonville.Mrs. verity of Florida In Gainesville. Klsmath Falls, Oregon an charades
gowna. Jacket dress with a two tone blue Mlsell graduated from 8u- Was a sports writer for six years nounce the birth of a daughter on I'aul Walker .e
The Junior bridesmaid's gown hat and matching accessories. vannee huh School In IMS! and with the Florida TimesUnionand February T. In Klamath Valley Mr. and Mrs. 11. It. Walker of
and flowers were identical to Her corsage was a lavender or I attended Florida State Unlversl- last April became public relatlons Hospital Manchester, Tenn announce the For TextureThe
those of the bridesmaids. I chid. ty In Tallahassee and Massey director of the Oator Bowl She has been named Nancy Jo birth of a son. February first In secret of preserving good
The flower girl wore a floor Serving at the reeelpUon which Business College In Jacksonville Association The Ostor Bowl Association Ravellette.Mrs. the Coffee County Hospital. texture In a meat cut which Is
length gown of pale pink net over was held at the church were Mrs She is employed as secretary with annually sponsors the Ravellette Is the former The baby weighed 6 ll>s., II oss., braised pot route for example)
taffeta with matching headpiece Christine Gross. Mrs. Esther the Florida National Group of Gator Bowl football game. Mr. Miss Jo Beth Johnson of this. city and has been named Jittery Paul Is long, slow cooking. Cooking ata
encrusted with seed pearls. Schsfer. Mrs. Jim Walls Mrs. Banks Mlsell was born In Dublin Oa", e ,Walker high temperature will\ dry out
Billy Knight was ring bearer. Jerry DelYe,. Mrs Tommy Cra- Mr Much was graduated from and has been a resident of Jacksonville When painting Indoors slip a Mrs. Walker will be remember' the meal and thus make the texture
Jerald E. Hanks of Cocoa vey. Mrs Nell Knight and Mrs. Andrew Jackson High School In' since 1948.R pair of old socks over your shoes. ed as the former DISH Lee Paulk, unattractive. Keep the utensil .
Beach served u best man. Ushers Gordon Sullivan. Mrs. Jim Bellah Jacksonville and attended Jack Y eI I If paint drops on floor Just I daughter of Mr and Mrs. K..1, covered and use only a small
were Donald March. Manchester I kept the bride's book. sonlvlle University and the Unl' I IScb..l psI1 S at MtCrtlMMl'l) 1"ikate" it up. Saves stooping. Paulk Jr" of this city amount of liquid with the meat




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'" --I Top Winner Shown With Prize Animal I Nursing Council Met February 16 ", -F
____ __ '-

I The Suwannee County Home nIze and come up with projects to

I Nursing Council met Tuesday benefit the community and than
February 18. In the Branford see that these projects are carried

I Woman1 Club Building. Jeff Mc- out.Ouests
Live Oak, Florida county, Kelthen. vice president, presidedIn at the meeting were Le

February 23, 1965 I know I can speak for the entire the absence of the president,. on D. Hatch, Charles D Williams

Mr, Louie Wadsworth, Editor group of winners and say that Mrs. Louise McKeithen. Jr.. Mrs D. B. Fletcher Mrs, R

Suwannee Democrat we are truly grateful to all those Meeting date was discussed and Griffith.. Mrs. M. R Schofield,, v
Live Oak Florida responsible for making this sucha changed to the fourth ThursdayIn and Mrs Sarah McCullers, field u
Dear Mr. Wadsworth: wonderful thing. My wife andI each month. nurse with the Florida Crippled j

I would like to take this means particularly are so thrilled with Mrs Priscilla McLean reported Children Commission Next regu
of expressing our feelings to the our first place winnings of an An- that heart disease Is still the lead- Jar meeting will be Thursday Orto

Chamber of Commerce, merch gus bull and three heifers They Ing disease. Mrs. McLean reported March 25, at 12:19: p.m. in Live

ants, and farm and civic organizations are certainly fine animals and V I that health nurses In Live Oak Oak
for making It possible for would be a credit to most herds in I are assisting the Boys Ranch and e B
us to win top place In the Live- this section of the state. We would the Nursing Home at Dowllng ,t

stock Promotion Project. appreciate you expressing our Park with their health problems. Branford PersonalsMiss ccit

Lois and I are very humble and feelings to the merchants the Mrs. Lola Weaver, health nurse, Judy Daniels of Orlando ,. .
thankful that the Judges felt us contributors, and the Chamber of reported school children In the spent the week end visiting. he:

worthy of top consideration. We Commerce for sponsoring this fine ----- -- .---. county were being tested for Intestinal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs R. A lot
realize that If we are going to stay program. Williams, Live dsto
haring near
those Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes took these animal home with them Thursday night a* top prize for parasites
In the livestock business we must We will look forward to work- being treated. Mrs. W B. Thomas and daughter
Improve our herds. This project ing with you in the future, and I placing first In this year's livestock promotion contest. ,Assisting in holding the prize animals are M.them R. were Schofield Introduced Joann were business visitorsIn
that the Chamber of CommerceIs if we can be of help to anyone, Wllflon 8uri. Leverne Porter and Fred DeVane. Photo( by Dan Stalner) Howard Smith as guest speaker at Gainesville Tuesday

sponsoring certainly gives us please let us know.Sincerely Smith discussed the e to
grandchildren' Heber Newlan, Albert Mitch the meeting.
the incentive to do a better Job yours, Funeral Services Active pallbearers were Howard ell. Rudolph Scott. Marvin Ray, Economic Opportunity Act and In the last resort the world u 43Pt
with our livestock. We also believe Ernest and Lois Holmes the governed by reaction of
out several things men in
and Charles Howes, Paul :Mark Ernest and Dan Chauncey. pointed
that that Is one of the finest could do to help carry power to moral Issues. It Is the II
Held Here For and Carl Chauncey and Maurice Harry T, Reid Funeral Home of community -
projects since we, here In Suwan- Tyson. Jasper was In charge of arrange out this act. He told the audl-v one and, perhaps only lesson that
nee County, are It Youth Show Board r 74
sponsoring .
Serving as honorary pallbearers ments. ence that local groups must orga- history teaches.J
without the help of Federal and Will Meet Today Mrs. BrookinsFuneral
State funds We believe that we 8tla
will see real results from this Directors of the Suwannee Valley -

ject Immediately, and will pro-see Youth Show and Sale are to Brookins. '11 services, were for held Mrs.Thursday Perry WFw A) -: FOR SALE

even more by the duration of the meet Thursday afternoon at 4:00: '
pm. in the vocational agriculture morning at 11:00 a.m. at Rocky JPP
five year Promotion Project. We Sink Baptist Church with the Rev FOR SALE New and useC
believe that by the end of the five classroom School. at Suwannee High Vernon Clifton and the Rev Tom 'NITY pianos Frier Music Co. North

year Promotion Project that pure- Allen officiating Burial was In Ohio Ave.. Live Oak, 382-3188
bred Fred DeVane said the meeting
livestock could be scattered
the adjoining cemetery. caJJ tf
on most of the farms In Suwannee would be short but that It was
Mrs. Brookins died late Tues For Sale-Real Estate
County. We believe this Livestock most Important.. day at the Jasper hospital as the LITTLE ADS MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS I II I FOR SALE AH sizes of tar.p&uUln"l11arantfed -

Promotion Project will be bene- result of a heart attack suffered not to leak
ficial to the feeder pig sale, aa Mean Same Thing that morning. BIG RESULTS FARMS HOUSES Ottts Brown Motor cdJJ tf 1

well as the buyers, because by usoffering A table on the National Geographic She was born and reared in this BVY-8EJ..L-EXCIIANGE ACREAGE LOTSPAt'L NOTICE Someone In this
quality pigs we will have resident of Tampafor MONEY for your farm operations area
Society's world
new map county, was a
Whatever the will to payments 1984
purpose yea at reasonable cost. Termsto A. BYRD assume on
more buyers, and as a result our reveals that do and at the time
ey, Ima. o, ostrov, many years
pigs should find Democrat classified do fit your needs. Loans up to Registered Real Estate Broker I Zigzag. Makes button holes,
bring more money; oy, and shims, all mean the same of death was residing in Jasper (
the and well. 7 Can North Florida Production buttons,
Job, quickly years. monograms sews on
thus a better for OFFICE: 408 S Ohio Ave. I
economy our thing island. She was the daughter of the late Credit Alan 8, Ohio no credit needed. $38.00 cash orS
Phone 382-1388
Mark Elliott and Amelia Minerva Are., Live Oak.: Tel. 13-2588. .
DEADLINE FOR INSERTION LIVE OAK FLORIDA payments of $7 00. Call budget
Chauncey of this county. e abe-tf I
8:09 P.M. Tuesday manager collect Jacksonville
and Bell With Confidence
The' deceased was a member of Buy
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS eabj t: EL 3-1231. pdbJ 38-41
SEE THE ALL NEW MF 135 the Rocky Sink Baptist Church. IVi eents per word with a VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP ear
Survivors Include the husband, minimum of f 1.80, Machine, machlncless. and cold FOR SALE I M John Deere

The 3-plow hustler of the rugged new tractor breed Perry Brookins, Jasper; four Jasper daughters (AU classifieds matt be paid In I Iadnnoe. wave permanents given. Ope- FOR SALE tractor good condition, tiller
Mrs. E. J. McCall
and fertilizer distributor. Puce
.) raton Annie H. Mills, Myr- tO ACRE FARM fenced l-bed

from Massey-Ferguson built to be the world's best nard Mrs. D.Raymond R. Smith, both and of Mrs.Ft Lauderdale Ber-- ONE WEEK FREE Boatrlght.tie Mills, Manicurist and Mary Ruby Drew room home 3ft) miles from Live Chemical Co.. 3823092.cdJJ 37-41

seller 1 H. Luckie, Classifieds ordered for five Oak
With new Increased-capacity Advanced Ferguson and Mrs W Sanford at Annie's each Thursday -
Miami; a eon Earl Brookins, Jasper weeks run the last week free. Saturday.caal. 40 ACRES WOODLANDS USED MACHINE BALE Used
Friday, and
( System. new automated operating'ease ; three sisters, Mrs. T. D. Tyson $409 will pay for a M word tf Singer portables, start at t>95
Lake City. Mrs. J. H. Vlck- advertisement for five weeks. ACRE HOMESITE highway Singer Co., Lake City. Fla. Call
new beefed-up power new rugged toughness. ery, Tarpon Springs, and Mrs 11.. Suwannee Democrat Ckvulfleds frontage 752-4081. cab] tt

f L. Howes, Live Oak: two for Proven Results
Call for a demonstration today! Harry ANY TYPE MODERN 2-bedroom home, brick
brothers, Raymond and Eaford FOR BALE 4 015x19: 20

Chauncey, both of Live Oak; nine FOR RENT MEMORIALWORK veneer nice location, terms. 670x15: 8 710x15: 7. 780

grandchildren and nine great //j. MODERN 3-bedroom borne,. 2 800x15: 4 650x14:
.sl: BROS. 700x14: I 750x14; S 100
A nice house for sale and a nice terms.
... .. Dictionary definition of Demo- 4 940x14: 2. 900x14;
2-bedroom place for rent. Call
TRACTOR CO.21S crat "A supporter of Democracy 382-293S or 963-2743. caJJ U DONE For Information can 600x18; 4 100 x 18. 6 p
WV ." Same dictionary definition PAUL A. BYRD new tire some black

W. 6TH ST. 382-2381 of Republican "A political party FOR RENT Spaces for mobile Granite, Marble: Bronze 408 South Ohio Av, white, $1445 plus sales
." homes. Plenty of room. Nice I Phone 962.3333LIVE Live Oak. Florid Federal tax Included no .1- S

--- and clean. Oood well water,, OAKMONUMENT cote tf change needed while stocks
Lake for fishing and swimming last. Some slightly blemished
''I I Morgan's Trailer Park. U8 9o: CO. FOR BALK OR RENT 1 room Barter's Service Station O'

\ v. .-. West Live Oak. Florida. Phone I Homer Sanford, Rep. frame house )located across _Brien. Call 938-353S?" cbs tf

382-201'. pctdj 19-19 I from school In Branford. Call
935-4441.: pdJJ 38-42
FOR RENT 2-bedroom downstairs INCOME: TAX KBT.1UKNS: tractor and all equipment Including -

apartment and l-bed' Individuals. Farmers tt Business FOR SALE: OR RENT S-bed- power saw. Bargain
room upstairs apartment. Call New Forms This Year Also room house at 214 Union Ave price. Call 362-2933 .or "3-

SALE AT 3622208. eajj tf Flood Damage Deduction- Contact after 5:30: pm. at 363188 2743. caJJ tf

BROWN'S BOOKKEEPING or Felton Roberton at
2-bedroom furnIshed FOR BALE!: Poulan and Pioneer
house SERVICE Farm Implement. 3(3-2971.
at Suwannee
Ratliff Springs S Miles Out Nobles Ferry Road pbjj 40-41 chain saws, parts and service
Motor Apply at 207 Helven-
Logging clamps
Company pail 39-4) supplies, hooks,
lion St. or phone 362-283S. NICE HOME: 79 acres land bows ban and chains. Repairfor

caj U -- frontage on river priced right most small gasoline engines

-Reconditioned} Used Cars- ROOMS FOR RENT Located VIVIAN WOODARD Cosmetics my good term Winston J. Electric: Service Co. 905 5th
available at
now Daisy's Beauty
conveniently down town. Parable Rogers. Realtor, Phone 383 St. Your small engine headquarters .
to West,
Shop Highway Phone
1928. caJJ 41 eaal 40-45
House phone 382-2128.
Need A Good Second Car? A Late 3623430. Cbjj 41-4
Model First Car? pdJJ 37-41
CANTSIXEPT FOR SALE: OR RENT A small FOR BALK: Piano. $150 cash If

FOR RENT 2-bedroom unfurnished NERVES JITTERYT 2-bedroom house Haa natural Interested eaU 382-2049 after

house. Phone 363 Need tranquUlswff Yellow gas connections Can 383-3881 ':30 pjn. M tf
1962 BUICK 1881 or 383-1881. caJJ U DORMA-RE8T Capsules Tiny can help after 1.30: pjn. ebjj 41-43
Dreading FOR BALE Super A Farmall
The Heat
4-Doo, PW1 Power Need Cheap Transpor FOR RENT 5-room furnished you sleep better Keeps you re- FOR BALE 200 acre farm 314 Call
Air Conditioned This Summer tation To School At apartment. Phone 363-3108 after taxed Free from tension Mil milts south of Live Oak on US tractor and equipment.
362-3084 after S M
Madison or Anywhere? 3.30: pro. cbjj 40-41 lions have been sold. 24 Capsules 139. See Alvin W, Hurst. RI. "4. pan.

only,, $1695 1962 Fairlane 500 98o. Available at Live Oak Drug Box 153.Lire Oak. cell 41-43: FOR BALE: Used Urea and
FOR RENT Newly decorated Co. pejj 41-41
4-Door Sedan//-< Cyl. furnished apartment. Close la FOR BALE: The old Masonic Tubes Bargains for can

1962 CHEVROLET Cruls-O-Mstlc Radio, FORD I Call Mrs P. D. McMuIlen. 363- Lodge building located at Pine- trucks tractors AO aim. avail

Impala V-8. 4-Door Heater and Air Condo 3714 after 5 pjn. call tf HELP 'WANTEDWArnussa mount. Sealed bids win be opened able. Borne like new. Hundreds
Hard Top, Auto. Trans. 30-40 Miles Per Oal. Mar. 13. Bids should be to pick from. Barber ServiceStation.
4 to Choose From FOR RENT Furnished garage : WANTED given to Clarence Ooff. Rt. I. O'Brien. 935-3939.: AIM
REAL NICE apartment bedrooms 101 Must Box 90. Lire Oak. available through your neighborhood
be 21. In
over Apply
only $1195 $895 person between
Shelby Ave. Phone 383-1420 be removed from service station tromB&rbrr'l
the hours of 9-13 property
$1695 am at
Mrs. L. M. Kent pdjj 40-44 cbeb 40-41 Tire Service wholesale -
Holiday Inn Restaurant. Lake division. eadj tf

.,tIff FOR RENT _'4-roora furnished City caej tf FOR BALK: Modern S-bedroon

I 1963 FORD apartment > bedrooms private CURB HELP WANTED NOW. horn, carport central beat PRICED FOR QUICK BALE: OR

4-Door Hard Top, V-8. 1960 FORD 1961 MERCURY; bath city gas available, water Ages 18 to 40. Apply In person Near school. Lam lot. J. B. RENT.: House In Ptnewood Subdivision -

Auto. Trans, Air Cond. furnished. 213 N. Walker Ave A A W Drive In. caJJ tf WUIon 131 Blackburn AM. Can 36326M.pbjj
: Phone 363-1074. cajj tf Phone 41-43
j New Car Service At Half 4-Door, Six Cylinder, 383-1483. pdJJ 39-43
LOW MILEAGE: Men In good health. minimum
New Car Price Straight Shift CABINS TO RENT Budget === FOR and
education Rib grade age 31 to == BALK Frame house
only $1995 Rough But Better ATR arrangement Lights water, lin- 58. Contact the Personnel Department .> LOST & FOUND IV runabout, trailer and M
ens. Oas for cooking
CONDITIONEDonly Johnson be
Than at 8w! land Training hp motor. Mar seen
Walking and hoi water. Showers, etc. Center. P. 0.8ce I ISO. Gaines at 117 Van Bum at. Can 3433493. -

Need Fishing A Camping Cart And $495 $1295STATION Private derweedle refrigerators 81 Live oak 303 Win-Between ville. Florida. elf] n... BILLFOLD Packing Co.lost Finder at Suwannee may keep caJJ tf

Nehl Bottling Co. and the WANTED Waitresses. Apply atDtile mocw y and billfold but please J FOR BALE 19 teas Pensaoola

1959 Ford Wagon Oulf Oas Station OrflL eaJJ tf return pe.p Hamilton Edmond BahIa bay to bate. Itt per tan

2-Door-Bt. ShiftA pbcb 41-43 Brown. % county J. W, Wallace, phone 363-1479.
i START A RAWLEIOH: BTJSINESSL Hospital.Jasper, caJJ 41 cfcjj 41-43
STEAL AT 1963 FORD WAGON FOR RENT One furnished 3- Real opportunity now for

bedroom house one 3-reee permanent profitable work In

$395 4-Door, Economy Six 19J9 Chevrolet furnished house and one 3- B Madison Co. or S. Columbia ,

Engine. 3-8peed Standard room furnished apartment Can Bo See or writ John W Sni -
4-Door. v...
983-3693, West 8th St. Live dry Rt:1. Mayo or write Raw.
Trans, Radio
59 CHEVROLET Wester. Power Steering Auto Oak. pajj41 Leigh FA B 251 29. Memphis FOREVER

2-Door. New paint Job A Great Transportation Trans. Radio.. Air Cond. Teen pact 41
l New Paint
A Oood Second Car Buy At FOR TRADEFOR WAITRESS: WAN'tD-Apply In 1

$495 $1595 $895 person at the Colonial House .1eiosf.p bray vfte Ike SNoaee& .," ..,.
Restaurant. 1-" and 136. No
TRADE Chevrolet hard- phone arse eajj U CAM SAVI YOU 23%
top. Give me old and .
your ear OWII COMfWnOMl OMtmjCIKM arlvteppsarear.ui0ltyaNf1'asouas. .
take up payments of |14 per
week. 117 W. 2nd 8%. 0 For SaJe-\utGmoUn Rse

THE FORD PLACERATLIFF Pbjj 40-41 .newts" --rr.I .-re

FOR BALK: 1-I9C3 Chevrolet H .LOS" ...... ..-.M........
FOR SALEFOR Too Plck-Op> Truck. 9UO ......a.r.. .r.oy9s+.a
T. J. Fletcher Jr OWen. .l w s...q. ........d. .. .u/.a.mi

MOTOR COMPANYU. BALK Wurfitser portable Phone 933-313. eajj Urea MOOIU wend CUSTOM guvAnomBXRNXCSBAXXA.

electric piano, fine condition, BALK 133 Mercury aotomatle lOt rlJere." e.nsesgw CdnacT
S. 129 North Phone 362-1112 I $195. Big old 3-door refrigerator transmission, four

.runs okay, US Also, several doors. ITS. See BIb LtttJe. Box .':."__ LtMOak.ru.PACE .
LIVE OAK FLORIDA small items. Can after I pja.T 133. Uve, Oak. Florida .
,3 Hamilton Ave. paJJ 41 PSJJ41 ...f.w yr_ .Ysusses

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: Won Eight Lost Ten r Group Tournament Funeral Services Rush Severance On Attend Ranch Cattle Sale

End 1961-65 Basketball Af Starke Friday: Carrier Roosevelt
Bulldogs Held tins FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
Live Oak's Sawannee High SundayFor
Season With 65.59 Win Over Bulldogs play Lake City at 7:* Chief Personnelman" Rusha L.
MayoThe pja. In Starke Friday as the O'SteenThomas Severance Jr. USN. son of Mr.
Class A. Creep Few Tournament and Mrs. Rush I Severance of
Suwaffnee High School Bulldogs ended their *
gets nderway. Only
Jefferson O'Steen. '11.
Branford. and husband of the
regularly scheduled basketball season here with a 65-59 teams will ...,. with Starke and long time resident of Branford.died former Miss Virginia P. Rogers of
victory over the Mayo Hornets Monday night This win Macclrany U mert In the last at his home there Saturday. San Jaclnto Calif.. Is participating t
with a 74-59 win over Jasper last Tuesday night and aU39 game Friday night February 20. following a lingering In Operation Springboard In

loss to St. Augustine there Friday_ night.. brings the.___ ,, The'winner of the tw. games Illness. the Caribbean while serving
mar record to eight wins and will meet Saturday night at He was born In Buwannce aboard the attack aircraft carrier
ten tosses opening period of play and 2-221 0:00.: County May 12, 1890 and spent USS Franklin D. Roosevelt operating
at halftlme. This was the lowest his entire lifetime ta the county '
Forward Ray Corbln has led the out of Mayport.
Bulldog In scoring the past few con posted In any context by the He was a member of the Church Operation Springboard la designed .
Bulldogs or their opponents this Korean Student) To
of Christ at Branford.
tames with Corky Blsphsm accounting to give ships, squadrons
for 41 points in the last season ai the Bulldogs scored Speak At Branford Funeral services were held Sunday and other forces of the Atlantic
only 39 points and St. Augustine
afternoon at 3:00 pjn. In the Fleet an opportunity to train In
three games.
54. Miss Tong Lee of Seoul Korea
chapel of the Daniels Funeral .
Caribbean weather.Last
i' The Bulldog took an early first In the game with Mayo at the will be guest speaker at the Bran- Home at Branford with the Rev .
Quarter lead at Jasper last Tuesday Coliseum Monday night the Bull- ford Presbyterian Church Sunday, N. L. Martin pastor of the Magnolia -
night 20-0 but saw the caput dogs took a one point lead start February 21. Miss Lee Is presently Baptist Church, and the Rites Held
to 34-28 at halftime. Corbin Ins the second period and adianc-"; studying for a doctorate In educational Rev. Allen Price pastor of the
BUpham turned on In the Pictured abort Is part ef the crewd present Saturday al the
ed It to
six the
with a convincing psychology at University First Baptist Church at Branford
third period. piling up 19 points For Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch for livestock auction The five
33-27 margin only to see the score of Florida. officiating. Burial... In Oak Tuesday a
to put the Bulldogs out front 6843 tied at the end of the third quarter At the 7:30: service Sunday Drove Cemetery with the James pure bred hulls offered for sale. ey tb. Ranch were purchased by
Blspham added anothn seven 47 all. Mayo couldnt p the evening Miss Lee will relate highlights B. Daniels Funeral Home at Bran Mrs. O'SteenFuneral 8.waaite County farmers with a number ., the ether animate
points In the fourth quarter to fast pace and the Bulldogs drew i of her Christmas experience ford In charge of arrangements.Survivors sold going to FFA and ..JI members for projects they plea thta
give him a total of 22 points as ahead 65-59 to add another win and tell of her native Korea.
Include two daughters services for Mrs Mary year (Photo by Dan RUIner)
the Suwannee High team won and end the season. Her grandfather was one of
many i Mrs. Thelma Flaw!). Branford -
74-59. Live Oak will play In the Class Presbyterian, ministers killed In and Mrs.'Frances Dempsey O'Stern of Branford were held Burial... In Oak Orove I I Funeral Home of Branford In
Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 pm.In I ct'm'.1 I .
It was Quite a different story in.St A. Oroup Pour Tournament at North Korea. Waldo: two sons, Ralph and WIN 1 the chapel at the Danlets Funeral tery with the James B. |I charge of arrangements
Augustine Friday night aa the I Starke Friday night with Lake At fl.OO p.m. Sunday Miss Lee lie O8tera. both of High Springs: I In Branford with the
local team trailed 13-12 In the I City. Macclenny. and Starke. will visit\ with the Joint Youth a step-son. James Keen Srbrlng; Homo
Rev N. L.: Martin pastor of Magnolia -
Fellowship at the church. tour sisters Mrs. Abble Douglas, Baptist Church and the
The Rev: Bruce Beardsley, pastor Mrs Mettle Bruce and Mrs. Rox- Rev Allen Price pastor of the
A Thought For Today'' of the church has Issued an ,le Home all of Branford and Branford Baptist Church off tel.aUn. Ratliff Motor
Invitation to an who wish to hear Mrs Dllla Vernon. Tampa; a .. ;
By BRODT C. HARRIS and meet Miss Lee to come to the brother. Ferry O'Stetn. Newbrrry; Mrs. O'Steen died Sunday aftera

'ADVICE WHEN MOST NEEDED IS LEAST HEEDED . evening service at T:30: p-m. Also and 20 grandchildren and six brief illness In the Suwannee
Junior high and senior high Company
: enough In diflcult and adverse times young greatgrandchildren.Serving County Hospital the same day
and wise! counsel might be of great people are Invited to meet and aa pallbearers were her husband. Thomas Jefferson ,
people will shun It. As is often the talk with Miss Lee at the six kfenrtn Durden. Bill Sykes. Henry O'Steen. was burled.
j situation becomes the difficult o'clock youth meeting. Orambllng. Kelly Robert
more Roy
She was a native of Mayo
a workable solution ourselves, we .
Miller and Jim Severance
had resided In this county for the
out help and
or, worse yet re S.
Q14Strangely;; It is offered. past 40 rears She held member ANNOUNCE THAT
: : natural! that most of ua would prefer The Suwannee Bulldogs scored. Card) Of Thank ship In Midway Baptist Church In
1041 points this season as compared Lafayette County
our own problems. However It Is a
: Indeed who can boast of experi to 1120 for their opponents I wish to take this opportunityof Survivors Include a daughttrs
In sufficient quantity to find ready Richard Townsend scored 304 expressing my heartfelt thanks Mrs. Frances D-mpsry. Waldo: a Mr. S. C. Bass Jr.
I the problems and complexities which points to lead the team for the to my neighbors, friends the nurses stepdaughter Mrs. Thrlma FU-
be a regular and frustrating part of season with Ray Corbin second and staff at the Suwannee ; sell Branford; a son James J. HAS JOINED TIIEIK
our everyday lives. with 255. Dean Croft dropped County Hospital. Dr. Kane and all Keen Bebrlng; two step-sons.

FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor basketball with sis games remain others for the excellent care, the Ralph and Willie O'Slern. both of SALES STAFF
Ing and a total of 142 point prayers cards and flowers, and High Springs: six brothers. Mar
Suwanneo County Residents scored all who stalled me during my recent vln. William Ovedla and Morris
Individual scoring goes as fol stay In the hospital! and will Sullivan all of Mayo Martin Bui "Junior asks all his friendsto
BRODYC.HARRlSSUWANNEE lows: always be grateful. linn of Perry" and Worth Sullivan \ 362-1112
Fa FT rrR. May Cod bless each and everyone of Branford: 20>> grandchildren atop by and discuss: their

TewBeen US 11 Mt of you. and alx great-trsndch1Yren. transportation needs or
FUNERAL HOME R. Certln 94 17 SUD. Mildred Harper Pallbearers' were Marvin Harden him at 01'can
Croft n.1 1" Paid Notice Bill Sykes. Henry OrambUng, 362-1255
Licensed Funeral Director C. Bl phaas It 2' 101 Roy Kelly, Jim Severance and AFTER 6.00 P.M.
625 3. Ohio Avenue L. Harvard n 14 71 lie....* ..pplin at McCiiat. *.>s> Robert Miller
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UVE OAK FLORIDA A. OnUhall 19 U 14
D. Metal. 17" 51T. NOW OVBR 3 I1ILLIONDOLLAf

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I Weather Outlook I r[Dancers Self-Righteousness ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IvAir.dJ.o-1 I IMM

AalptnreI = II, "

Pastor's Corner For 30 Days Is

U Above NormalThe
B,: .

Thirty Day Agricultural 1
Weather Outlook for the period
Minister, St. Luke'* Episcopal Church mid-February through mid. I I

March for South Georgia I

Southeast Alabama, and North
The end of all things It at would be if man lived only abou west Florida issued by the

hand; therefore keep sane and thirty-five ;years, or if he lived( Weather Bureau Advisory Agricultural
sober for your prayers. Above an average of several hundred Meteorologist, Tlfton,
all hold unfailing your love for years. And how different today; Georgia, February 16,1965.TEMPERATURES JMUI ukno ...... ttw FliarliM I.... ondnmu the FharlMM and lUUrlnf to Uw Mount of 011_ Spwklnf In parables. JMU warn
portion with 1ft the Temple, but itoprtdlcU th. dntnicUon of JinuaJMU tolls Uw disciple of th. age Hla dlMlplw to be awe raxly. for
one another, since love covers a our spiritual life would be If wi during the I noun,' them (or hypoerliy, slung loot Tot vw Uwifb Ui. .nUr city kofor Hl. ..oo.d awning;: the Urn <*>** ". huuw know* Uw mut
multitude of sin.. were certain that the final culmination next 30 days are expected to aver their man? wicked d..... .net.dothan. In the guilt of IU rtllflouf' / or Greet Tribulation, and tile 1100_ lour of HI* rrturm. Uattl.w.cnbing J
(I Peter 4:7-S) of all things was to tx all of the "'. orruptniM of their loadm, JMUI lammu IU tIoonI.I tlfni of Hi* munL MattheW ".3O-IL *
age above normal over .. GOLDEN TEXT: Mattk U.11
heart*-MatUuw U.l-U. Mattlww 21:13-24.1.: : :H:'- .
During the first Christian Cen in our lifetime, say, in the nex Tri-State Agricultural Area. Dally !
tury, the church had to modifyIts five years. Some people would react mean temperatures will averagebetween \
teachings about how the people to this by restoring to a reek 55 and 64 degrees. Dally Northwest Florida. Precipitationis Appalachian MountainsJJas Various RangesThe ; Bob Engstrom Gets ?

should approach the problemsof less abandon, giving In to a sense maximum temperatures should expected to occur mostly as( Appalachian Mountains, Pennsylvania to Georgia, have a 15 Year
living together and dealing of hopelessness, living for the average from 66 to 73 degrees general rains on 7 to 10 days dur whose scattered poverty pockets spur In Western North Carolina PlaqueA

with their non-Christian neigh moment, unable to wait for tit with afternoon temperatures real ing the period.SUNSHINE have drawn national attention, known as the Black Mountains. handsome plaque recognizing

bors. From an approach that life appointed time. Others wouk thing 75 degrees or higher on 5 or during the next 30 reach from Canada's Oaspe Pen- The Great Smokier, on the North 15 years of service aa owner of the
should be lived In preparation for concentrate on personal and corporate 6 days. Dally minimum temperatures days Is expected to average about' insula and New Brunswick 1.600 Carolina Tennessee border also Western Auto Associate Store
the Imminent Second Coming ol prayer and meditation should average between 43 60 per cent of possible with frequent miles southwestward to Central belong to this range. here has been presented to Robert
Christ the preaching of the making amends and healing the and 50 degrees with minimum periods of cloudiness. Alabama, the National Geographic SS Engstrom.
church turned to preparation for breaches of trust with friends temperatures falling to 32 degrees SOIL TEMPERATURES are says. The vast chain Includes
the larger life after death. DurIng and neighbors correcting those or lower on 4 to 6 mornings over expected to gradually rise during such ranges as the Alleghenies, Crow By Shrinking The walnut and bronze wall
the lifetime of Saint Paul he I things that had been left undone, the area. the next 30 days but will vary running from Pennsylvania to Boneflsh grow by shrinking. plaque, engraved with his name
too came to the realization that I and using their last days constructively RAINFALL during the period widely from day to day under the Southwest Virlgnla; the CaUkllls When the young fish reach about was presented to the local man
the Second Coming was not Im mid-Februarythroug h mid-March Influence of varying air tempera- of New York State; and the three Inches they actually shrink through the firm's division offices -
pending, but was destined foi It may be that the Chrlstlar Is expected to average between tures and amount of sunshine. Shlckshocks of Quebec. an Inch or two before resuming which serve this area.
tome time In the distant future should live as if the Second Coming 2.50 and 5.00 Inches over South Average soil temperatures at four The White Mountains of New growth to attain full length of Recognition of service by local

Ever since, certain groups ol was Imminent, as if there was east Georgia and between 3.50 inches under bare soil are expect, Hampshire become In Vermont about 30 Inches. Western Auto store owners Is given
people have attempted to discerna only a year or so left In which to and 7.00 inches over Southwest ed to range between 55 and 6) degrees the Oreen Mountains. The Blue s w by the company at five-year
tlmetlble for the universe on fulfil the law of Christ. It may be Georgia Southeast Alabama and I by the end of February. Ridge Mountains, running from 'Office Supplies at McCrlmonV Intervals.
that more Christians would come<
the basis of Holy Scriptures. Some
to know Jesus as the Living
people who believe that they have
Christ, and to experience Ills intimate -
discovered God's plans for the
end of the world retire to the presence in their lives. It
housetops to watch and wait and may be that Christian bodies
would nearer to the understanding c
pray. Others find refuge In caves of that which they hold
or abandoned mines, hoping that ,
in common, rather than those
any cataclysmic event will passover differ, !
their heads. Eventually they things upon which they iO OFF
and that Is the mystery of their
all return to the realities of their _
faith, trust and committment It
earthly existence, somewhat clos-
Jesus as Lord. It may be that a
er to the knowledge that "It Is not closer communion of Christian ; ..
for you to know times or seasons
bodies, in which and through
which the Father has fixed by
which a true unity is practiced,
His Own authority
would promote a spirit of love I
The author of First Peter was and filial devotion to that self-
mistaken In his belief that the end denial and uncompromlsed obedi-

was approaching within his life- ence would be commonplace. And SIZE !
his ON
time. Does this mean that It may be that we can only experience
Epistle Is without value to us, or Kingdom of Heaven by
that his teachings are not rele- anticipating by expecting and by
vant today? Not to. For our whole preparing for it today. -
life is a series of expectations.We .
do not wait until the car is
out of gas to fill up the tank and
we do not wait'until we are hungry I SubscriptionsSntcnnnee

to go and buy food but we "
anticipate our needs and prepare DemocratListed
for future menus. And neither do
below are new subscriptions .
we wait until we are freezing to If .
and subscriptions renewedto
look for warmer clothes. We pre-
the Suwannee Democrat from
pare our children for their adult rMy
11 to February IB.
lives, for marriage, for professions February I
for their well-being, Just '
H. R Barber O'BrienaUBacR1rw10Ns '
as we prepare ourselves for our ,"
future need* ot retlrtmqnt income"a SZNKWEDT ,, > ;; *,1 ; .. ...
? Atlanta O* .
.. : W. Dodge Corp. .
bottle,- "4' 1rtnds with > ,.\ ... .... .
Holmes. Rt., L. O.
whom we can share this life to i"
gether. Every day Is lived In anticipation J. C. Copeland Wellborn
F. II. Allardt, Pacific Palisade, .
expectation, and preparation
of the many tomorrows Calif.
before UI.Dlscollntlni. P. E. Terry, Rt., O'Brien r eYh

any catastrophe, Lutch Oldham, Hartsvllle : \'
Tenn.M. ,
we know what our physical life .
M. Bradow, O'Brien f1
expectancy Is today, and we can '. .. '
plan on dying before we mclr Mrs J. F. Toole. Rt. L. O. \
I .
one-hundred! anyway. This fact : I ''', .
gives us a basis on which to orient He turn* To Hawaii ).:''\. .

our time. How different things USCOC BEHIND STRAIT '.,{.;;, '
I (WAVP-3B2) (FHTNC) Feb. 11Gunner's ..
;)}. '
Mate First Class Marcus }
W Durham, USCO son of Mr. 4 ,
; If you were born in and Mrs. ."Barney F, Durham Br., 'Of''''.

I February of an odd. of Route 5, Live Oak, has returnedto :! ;,.' 'j'i'.IJ1W.
Honolulu, Hawaii aboard the }

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driven license Strait, after a three month crulM ... +' I'I''C
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Custom Pickers Prefer Coker's This offer good for a limited time only in areas served by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Live Oak

STRONG STALKS CoKer hybrids are noted (lot sttndtbility.
They have medium short, stiff stalks well anchored by I deep

spreading root system How 1 calorie taste so good?
IDEAL EAR HEIGHT Coder ears are 'In ,onny! placed low can just

enough for the picker to get them 11.11/'! yet are held high

enough to be above the gross, minimize ear rotting.

COMPACT EARS The ears are compact heavy and just the The Coca-Cola took the calories out of Tab but
right sire for cleaner, picking. The cobs are hard and the grain ,
Mills of clew. Blunt ear tips and butts minimize field shelling

SOUND 6UIN When you pick Coder you get pretty bright is with full bodied flavor. But
not the flavor. Tab brimming -
grain on a healthy, clean cob. Combine operator find far I
less trllilin their shelled Coder corn \

cross e BIO YIELDS the South.Coker They hybrids are prolific hold many and make official very yield efficient records use \ #. has just one calorie in every 6 ounces.Jab is lively, satis? I

of, available moisture and fertility to produce maximum yieldsc .

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r Social Security AnswersEditor's Florida EconomyIs LAFF-A-DAY WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT

( Vote: These questions for your work.QUESTION. or THE I
md answers are compiled by Wll-I : I have been self- Strengthened J\i, LiKIb Suwannee Valley Livestock MarketSales
lam M. Eanes. District Manager employed for several years. I
or the Social Security Admlnla- don have the money to pay up During 1965The
ration at Valdosta. Eanes invites my back taxes and make my past at the Suwannee Valley, Calves 100-135 Ibs.. grading
eiders to man their questions to due self-employment tax returns. strengthening of Florida'seconomy ) 11 It Livestock Market on February 1saw 7 good sold for 62000-62225; stan-
,1m at P. O. Box 1122 Valdosta What can I do? during the put year Is I I a drop from 163 cattle and dads went for 61160-616; utll.
la. Please do not mail your In- ANSWERTou can make the revealed M year-end figures are 1 calves last week to US this weikgot Ity animals brought 61600-61600;
ulries to this paper.) : self-employment tax returns totted up the Florida State to market. Trading was termed and inferiors were marketed at
QUESTION: : How would hosttalization without sending in the tax. Then, Chamber of Commerce reportedIn active and the demand good for 614.00-618.00.
benefits affect dla the Internal Revenue Service will I its Weekly Business Review all classes. Hog sales for the day totaled
bled people who lire only on send you a bin for what you owe. released yesterday. Peeder-stocker calves were 6100higher. 687 animals and compared with
heir social security? Tou will be required to pay up the The earnings of Floridians All other classes both 679 sold the previous week.
ANSWER: Up to now Congress amounts you owe unless you have plus all other type of personal slaughter and feeder-stocker, Mixed grades 180-210 lb. barrows -
as only been considering1 bos* absolutely no property, savings or income. stored up about 10 per were too few In one or both weeks and gilts sold at 81699; 210-
..tallzatlon. for older persons income from which the taxes cent to reach an indicated $13 1i to provide accurate tests of price 240 Ibs animals sold for 81637;
& rntll one or more of the bills uu could be collected.: billion last year Employment in trends. 240-270 Ibs. went for 818 60: 160
Ir e del consideration becomes law, QUESTION: I never received: a non-farm establishments gained ilC Eighty-five: per cent of the sup 180 Ibs. for 81583: : 140-180 Ibs.
- ere is no way to answer your ,single monthly check until I was 44 per Cent, averaging 1.803.500 ply cleared to feeder-stocker accounts for 81803; 130-140 and 100.120
uestlons about hapttaltasUOn.a 72 years old. Now, at 74. I am dis by the end of the year while population while 85 per cent of the Ibs. for 81405; while those 80*
QUESTION: : I stopped work to abled. Can I get a disability payment -. Increased 3 per cent and total were calves.A 100'lbs brought 81400.
,ay home and take care of my too? : totaled about 8.800,000. few utility slaughter steers Most sows 180-600 Ibs.. sold for
11 imfly. Can I freeze my social se* ANSWER: No, you cannot I "It U significant of the healthof sold for |14.(0-616.00 while utility $/2,18.113.while boars brought
uritytANSWER Tour right to disability payments the economy that both personal and commercial: cows went for 8700.
Ie : No. A person's social stops at age 63.QUESTION income and employmentgrew I 61350-11400 and cutter cows Good feeder pigs under 70 Ibs.
re curity record cannot be "frozen" : I am a few years at a faster rate than did brought 61300-61350., sold for IJI 00.111 00; those from
rt nless he is disabled and has at older than my husband. He pays population. Utility bulls sold for 61400 70-110 IDA. brought 81700-81800;
art five years work credit In then the limit on social security I have "Building permit issued last .. .. 1 11700 and canners went for 110.140lbs. went for 117.35-
0..y Us a h Iw4A r iA Air. .A
, n year period ending with the heard that if I take my own pay year increased 7 per cent to total 61100-61300. 817.BO; while medium feeders
I' ite he became dlsabledn ment In June when I am 12, this more than It.4 billion in 1X4. the "Our marriage got a nice start on the money George Standard and low good feeder 45.120 lbs* sold from 81300
, When the first to 1859 stacker steers sold for 61550
QUESTION: people will keep me from ever drawingon year top accordingto cot for his address book." 81600.
c- r whom you have worked for his. This doesnt seem fair. If University of Florida estimates 61flOO, several utility animals One sow with six pigs brought
ore than ten years don t take I[ hadnt paid for my own. I know Bank assets, up per cent able during the Jut six months Close moved at 61400 and one Inferior 867.50 for the lot.
&J it social security, what should I[ could draw on his. reached $7 billion. Savings and only. Increased 12 per cent and Ants SUtrhr* brought $13,00.Standard .
s. ii do? ANSWER: Someone surely confused Loan Association accounts totaled gasoline sales moved up a per East African tribesmen use the heifers sold for 615.'.
U' ANSWER: You should immedldy you. If you take your own $4.7 billion up 11 percent. cent. tenacious Jaws of soldier ants to 60-616.75; utility grades moved at Never be too anxious to make
I get In touch with your payment and later could get more Sales tax collections, compar- "In spite of these gains, new close their cuts, the National Geographic 61300-61300; and InterIor heifers money too easy and too quickly;
_ crest social security office. In from your husband's record, either businesses are not being formed says, An injured man sold for there may be somebody else. In on
ct, this should not have beent as his wife or his widow, you take Into account the number of In the state. rapidly as might be draws the two gaping edges of a Utility and standard cows sold the deal.
off for so long. We urge you would have a right to the higher monthly checks you had already eipected. Last year's total barely cut together and allows an ant to for 112.75-$11.25 while inferior
check your record every three payment on his record. But your drawn on your own account before nosed out 1MJ: and was lowe bite. When the jaws penetrate animals in this grade went for
ors to see that you have credit payment as a wife would have to you reached age 63. than the 1MO ftaurt.I ." both sides of the wound, the patient $'60-613.75. OS
nips off the body and the Calves, weighing from 250 to I
head forms a perfect stitch. 41S Ibs., and graded good sold for
Muoas and Skeeter 1750-63050; those graded stan Ct666
Oil constitutes more than half dard brought 61600-61660; utlll
\ IMTUNMMDf VaalovaaewIIA0aMR the total tonnage of all coda t y animals went for 614 00-616.50;
axILL! our A u w c90M6 meelMla! I NEVER Yf0ul0I4AVE transported by sea. and one Inferior sold for 613 00.
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Attend Winners Of First National Bank Awards are the aim and purpose of ever ty designated as the site for the School teacher and Training Onion -,
Jaycees teacher and
Rotarian, hs surmised, and closed 1988 event. sponsor
Gainesville Caucus with the challenge of what would His work and assistance In Crews married the former Miss
Eleven members of the Live be the result U every member making the sales conference of Betty Johnson, daughter of Mr.
Oak Junior Chamber of Commerce were Judged every two or four New Idea Farm Equipment Company and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson of Lake
attended a caucus at Gainesville years based on his service to club held here In December 1964 City They have three daughters:
Feb. 19. and community: a success was a major contribution Brenda Oaye, Pamela Paul and
Among those attending were PrIce Hickman was program to the county The Ohio firm Judy Lynn
President George R. (Peggy) Day, chairman and Randy Mai presented acknowledged this help by presenting Thus for service of a high degree
Lavaughn Newbern, Fred Devane,, the speaker. Crews a plaque for his to Suwannee County over a
Ronnie Oreen; Bill Bummers,, S. T McDowell, club president, efforts. pan of years Paul Crews becomes
Charles McCrlmon, Bernard Mi- presided, and Norm Protsman Soil testing and Increased com 1964 Man of the Year In
tell Duane Harper, Homer Rat presented his usual Interestingnews production have been stressed by Suwannee County.
llff, Jesse Mitchell, and Leon Mc- summary the agent during his tenure here, Former recipients of the award
Donald Jr. but these were not used as criteriaby and the year selected are: the late
The Jaycees are presently engaged No. 5 I the committee In its selection Fred J. Green. 1946; T. J. Fletcher .
in a membership drive, range of activities. He haa been for this contribution was felt to Sr. 1947; T. T. Scott 1941;
which will last for approximatelytwo modest In his service, preferringthat I be those normal to expect. Seward Fleet. 1949; the late Rees
weeks. others the high offices The committee took note of the Mills 1991; Louis J. Dar: 1952;
t J. D. Henry, 1953: Mike
and receive the credit and leadership Crews has given the Tsacrios.
State Jaycee Outstanding Young 1954; Louie C. Wadsworth. inf
Card Of Thank allow him opportunities to do the
Farmer Award program He haa Alfred T. Alrth. 1956; Loran TemP
pick and shovel
work that mustbe
We wish to express our appreciation
served state chairman and ry. 1957; J. L. McMuUen. m-
and gratitude for the loving done if projects are to succeed as as a
service food, cards, flowers, and Five students shared nine awards made annually by the First National Bank for scholarship, This type of service haa characterized national judge and for the past Duke McCanister, 1959; Paul D,
six this county's nominee Langford. 1960; Ed N. Butler.
other condolences received at the leadership and supervised fanning this yearIn the Suwaanee FFA chapter George W. Harmony: his work u a member of years 1961
and the late
has the winners ; Kelly Weaver
the among
death of our loved one, Mrs. Lucy president of the Flnt National and who has probably attended more FFA banquets than any: other Club Junior Cham- 1963.
and two occasions the state
ber of Commerce Suwannee
Hall McCulloch comfort to They were a Individual In the county, made the awards Pictured above left to right are John Gamble, Ronnie County: Chamber of Commerce, winner award came from this No selections were made In 1950
great Mrs. Lula SenterfIt us. and family Poole Harmony, Moray: Taylor, Phillip Watson and Randy Shaw. (Photo by Dan stainer) Farm Bureau Cattleman's Association. 'county. Efforts to secure the na- and 1962.
Fair tonal award meeting and banquetIn All Jiving selectees, were present
O. B.Lord and family chartered a bus for their visit purebred hogs could result in him Jenkins selected Hampshire boars Producers, and Association Swine this county are now underway Tuesday except: Scott and Terry
a a numerous otherrroupa.
here. being the third largest breeder of: County Commissioner Marvin .
with Crews again in the forefront.On .
This may sound oldfashionedbut resultsof Duroc swine In Florida. Dasher Home was the farmer who selected -
It still pays to buy a home. Crews said In assessing that there received nine Duroc gilts as his Poland China as his prefer- For his fine work as a county two occasions, Crews has No. 6
last year's program agent and for his contribution to Issued his annual report in book Xh volume of
breeders in prize, six of which were bred. ence, He took home a fine gilt ot theCOW1tJ'
are 34 new purebred his state and community: Crews let form. His 1963 report, titled food stores had sales of
No. 1 that breed.
the numberof The judges In picking the Dasher -
the county and that was named one of Florida's Outstanding The Story of Suwannee County $4.7 million, an Increase of 81
second said "this per
short change this majority is un- blooded animals on county entry ai : man
Young Men In 1962 Florida, gained national rtknown
cent from 1958. In other retail
just and inexcusable. farms Is increasing monthly. has a good cattle and hog opera- No. 3
along with and
Congressman Don Fuqua featured people as this coun.tr' business the county's eating
There is no alternative when Winner of the top prize of $1500 tion. He has good supplementaryand day farms, saying! that estimates and three others. : greatest asset. and drinking places had sales of
one stops to think about the mat- worth of purebred cattle was Ern permanent pastures. His farm place an additional $200 on one'slife Crews la one of the mainsprings For hU willingness to make the $7at thousand. and gasoline
ter. Without good schools our est Holmes, who took home a fine la small but he has shown a continuous Income for every day spentin In the livestock promotion here extra effort his deep Interest In stations had sales of 12.0 mil service
and aggressive Improve
community will wither: businessesand Angus bull and three Angus heifers college that la now In Its second of five his count,', agriculture future,
property values will drop each ment on his small operation". Future Fanner leader lion.For
for placing first. young proJecteelearl.: His drive and
enhuslasm his constant service as county: agent the state aa a whole, the
:year and we will eventually be- In selecting Holmes for top Winner Of f 500 in livestock and said that more educated young In guiding this event parent, and just plain citizen Census Bureau reported 53,21)3
come a community of embitteredold placing third In the contest was needed in agricultureand
commentedexcellent people were was reflected In the fine banquet
honors, thev Judges Paul Crews has made a major retail establishments with sales
men and women who refused management on both B T. Simmons, who took home that agribusiness In Its many held here last week: to culminatetwo contribution to the growth and of 17.609 million 30
to accept the facts of life and to cattle and hogs Well kept premIses. five Duroc gilts as his prize, three aspects today offered good returns I years of the project. development of Suwannee County: from 1954.Censua ; up per cent I
provide for the children granted of which bred. willing to master
are to those
Grows all feed except hay Another contribution noted by: Despite a full and busy: schedule reports to be Issued during
them to love, rear, and educate. and supplement. Ample winter The judges has this to say through education it many complicated I the committee was his work In se- this year's selectee has given the next few months will give
pasture and rye. A very marked about the Simmons operation:. and changing factors. I owing the Southeastern Duroc I of his time and talents to his state and county figures on wholesale j
No. 2 Improvement In cattle, both number "this farmer Impressed the com- Casey McFarland; current chapI Congress I for this county In 1962 I church, the First Baptist Church I and service trades manufacturing
600 attending the second such I and quality, and they are in mitte with doing more with less ter sweetheart, was on hand and .I and his help in having this" ounI: I of this city He baa been a Sunday and mineral Industries.
banquet. W. J. (Red) Mitchum good condition. Excellent quality resources than any farm visited. drew applause for her graceful
was master of ceremoniesSpecial 'hogs and farrowing facilities. Its His farm has poor soils, but he and regal manner in expressing
guests on the occasion the best overall operation yetseen" has made excellent progress on thanks for the honor.
were members of the agriculture his hog operation. Sheriff Duke McCallister pre-
committee of the Jacksonville Second place went to T L The next 20 prizes were swine pared the barbecue It wu servedBy FINAL CLEARANCELADIES
Future Homemakers -
of the
Area Chamber of Commerce who Dasher, whose prize of $1000 inMIXON'S and each winner has a choice of members Chapter.Leverne .
breed and kind. Some chose boars,
Porter Is chapter advisor -
some gilts. Some preferred Hampshire -
one Poland China, and a .
Best Maid most wanted Durocs.
Duroc gilts went to the following No. 4munlty
: Bernard Hawkins, Jack Rat work.Ifamrick .
FEEDS & CONCENTRATES llff, Junior Jerkins, Enoch Garrison said that the good old Fall & Winter
: Ray Baker, George and Fred days are yet to come and that as
I Haas, Sam Warren, and Drew the Almighty permit man to unlock /
Drawdy. more doors of the unknown, DRESSSHOES
Duroc boars were chosen as longer and better life will result.
4PELLETSEPELLETS prizes by: Gerald Gamble Jack These additional years should be
Lord James Earl Rose SnowdenLee pent usefully, he conUnued, for
and Charles H. Johnson Jr although we don't know what 1s '
100 Ibs. $5.25 100 Ibs. $3.75 Receiving Hampshire gilts were coming we can reasonably be sure
Greg and Gary Schofield Chester It will be better than we now
Jenkins Johnnie Jenkins, and have. Entire LotPUMPS
...... COTTON SEEDMEAL FEED Fred Allen. I Good morals and good manners
4 .+ '.. Henry Watson and Lamar In buiin.M and community life 1

OATS 1- $3-$5

100 Ibs. $4.15 3 Bu. $3.75

James B. Daniels ,


100 Ibs. $4.15 BALE 1.35 Funeral Homes ,f


] A SOW .
. ". PELLETSPIG Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- FLATS gt t' 1 t

equipped ambulances on call twenty- COMPANYMany

50 Ibs. $3.25 1 100 Ibs. $4.75 four hours each day in both Live Oak Styles ,and Sizes alt! coal' IIr1.r .. lrrlaf' .teat

and Branford. From Which To Choose SHOE DEPT.

Chain Link Gates All Sizes
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" ,.. You name your game, ping-pong or check- UP IN SMOKE :

en cards or chess. Play it hard and it CARTOON --Let Us fill Your ASCS Purchase Orders j

takes a lot out o! you. That' when you "1'IN1J.\Y-MOMD\T, rrnm'AKT ii-M itm 1_

like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy ADAM WEST U>D.% IUN1)tU! :

.. ydur friends talk and your beer'i taste. Beer was MARA OF THE WILDERNESSCARTOON SUWANNEE GRAIN CORPORATION!

wade,to relax with. Made to refresh you. cool :

you,cheer your taste. So next time you're playing Tt'l: D.\Y.WtnNEIID\Y: M\Rm 1-1 : North Houston St.

sociable at.home game. take timeout FRED MMMTRRATKISSES
some taste of, beer. FOR MY PRESIDENT i Phone 3623596 V4 Mile North of
for the companionable
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1 1 By ROT' SULLIVAN. DlreeUr

The final basketball game of Die Nott; and most foul made
of LIVE OAK, FLORIDA the season under sponsorship of I''I during season. 39 by Matt Brown.
the Recreation Department was Small game tournaments for I
played at the Coliseum here fifth and sixth grade boys and
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25, INS VOL 80 NO. 41 urday when a compoalte sa&.1 girls will be
; held at the Center
.Ifth ..... .h..h. _........ _. .. ,, .
.11\3\ .3K3IWIVIII 1VV .L.N.
team from the Florida Sheriffs until ft:00 pm. on Monday Tues
1 Recreation Center Basketball League Completes Season Last Rites For Boys Ranch and emerged the winner day Thursday, and Friday" beginning -
In a 13.10 contest. March e. Registration for
Boys who took part In basketball these events will be held during
Moore InfantStephen play this season competed the week of March I.'. Garnet to
Friday" In a carnlvsl of events be played' Include table tennis
Lamar Moore, tlve-day Winners In fifth grade competition !. checkers Chinese marbles jacks,
N old son of Mr. and Mrs Jerry were Bill Cheek canned basketball horseshoes, and dominoes.
M ll ),Moore died Wednesday. February and underhand free Paddle tennis tournaments for
T, at the J, mills Miller throws; Drew Baas foot dribble seventh eighth and ninth trade
Health Center at Gainesville and around the court dribble. boys and girls will be held begin
where he had been taken shortly Sixth grade winners in the nine March .. Registration for
after birth for surgery and obser same events were Dart Edwards, these events will begin March 1
y 4 vation. foot dribble and underhand free and clone March 7. Games are to
Funeral rites were held for the throw; Randy Nobles canned free be played on the Center's tennla
Infant at Daniels Memorial Chapel throw: and Robbie Nott. aroundthe courts.
In this city Friday" February 19. court dribble. A dance ts scheduled for Saturday *
at 2:30: pm. with the Rev. J. W. Individual
trophy cups wen night from 1:00: pm. until
Balllle. pastor of West wood Bap presented to each winner 11:00: p.m. with a local group
tilt Church, officiating. Interment Individual accompli s h m e n t s known as The Ivies, providing the
was at Pine Level Cemetery during the
1 season included: most music.
3"tp with the James D. Daniels Funeral points scored for the season, 66 by .
,R o, 1 # 1, rr Home of Live Oak In chargeof Clifford Jernlgan; most points I Defeat never comes to any man
arrangement scored In single game 14 by RobUUUu..u. until he admits It.

parents Survivors In a' addition to the __ ..____uuuuuuu__
are brother, Robert
James Moore: his maternal For The Best
I grandmother. Mrs. Lucille Olive
IJ of Dowling Park: and the paternal
..nM grandparent Mr. and Mrs. J. ROOFING. CALL COLLECT
C Moore
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lu....*. Drew Baa. Jdha AeJeka repreaeBUnff let bank and 'pielur. WM made were David f..b and ...... Abiaadrr.
.,.. W\ .Mth' Harry JIII. .... Mladag .... the .l,..... was taken was The forth teas* In the bagM and lrt.r4 at the laws
'the 1-ter Barker.r robins the *ne reprewnllMg Kent's AAW Drln-4. Tem OwnersIn
ma/ Th. seecad ,..,. ....DftN l..mttry ..... b Wt.,.. at H-mbert. left U ria'" ar. CarU $. ....... IUI fleUher. Property
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1 /5 LIMY MeM.llen. Ale BMtrtght. Mall BrMrn. DraaM RrveraBc. Nobles. Not pre..Bt .... Ibis ,.*.. was ..IL.. were
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personal and other property, intangible property

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l I' His mastcr's'65 Ford rides quieter than I'r'f No. 12 Wellborn MONDAY.Masonic'A.AIlCU Temple I,)1.1'IOU I 10:00: Tli. 10:30:
It. rnf. No. G Huwann" f4 ta. M.r. I 2:00: Tit 21.5.
rnf. No. '1.Imouth, Mo.ly Store Mar I 2:43: TII. 3:10:
i his master's RollsRoyceIf l'r'f No 24 Rocky 8/nk/ Hutt. Store .'ar, I %1:25: Tit! 3:40:
: Pret No. 8 N.wbern Mar. 1 4100: TII 4120TUF:11)AY :

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,IM* to IUIkvRTe. Ikrl IT y.* wale ff.Iu1 rtee4car. pudgy to tttut soiling, p&c.ate4lor 'story sppMrsnct : .AnCII 2
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......wa4 d..4.d, ..awl, base. line. '", Nc-w !4.Sit-ducat. Si, f it any car Not available in' rr.t. No. 18 Kirkland' "ar Z 10:30: Tn, .0-5:
....... whi a teal M1 XL'g Of LTD'L Tal-dri" a '63 Ford. I-"c. No 17 Lurnlll.. IAFevre Store Mar, Z 11:00: TII. lItS:
I'ret. No. 13
Church JlOUN )1.r.II:43: : : 111. IOfJ:
rid For/.S.1 I..c. No. U llcAlpln, Gaston Store Mar. 2 3:15 )
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100]%; ; new body- troaet rnr o* S Ford (GoIIIMM pa ... xl w LII) H.Irrl. .** ..- *... V4TcK --
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. New swrcnaica pull a big BltrasoA cod priAf at rue. No. 19 o'nf.n l'OtIt OUke )Iar, :3 10:00: TlI 10:30:
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Deomtor tabtion, thick oytot carpeting ,
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Prec. No. 22 llnntord I.n.rd', Btor. Mar. 6 9:00: TU. 12:00:

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News From BranfordBy In Group TournamentThe !

Hear Discussion Clan C. Group I basketball I business visitors
tournament will be playedIn Mrs Robert Fletcher and son were Saturday. in Galnesvllle _
Atwell were
MRS. SHIRLEY w HATCH May beginning tonight and Mrs.visitors in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch spent
Local ProjectsThe (Thursday). The Branford Monday.business if several days last week In Jackson-
Buccaneers are seeded first
Valentine Party Dranford Men' Club Trenton Defeats Branford Woman's Club the tonrnment with Fort White spent C. D.Tuesday Williams night of visiting Newberry Mr. Title Mrs.visiting Paul Gresham relatives and family
Will Meet Monday met Wednesday afternoon February Bell Mayo and Salem and Mrs. Charles Williams and of Tallahassee and Mr and Mm
17, In the club building Mrs the five teams participating.Branford
and Charles Thomas and
The Branford Area Men's Branford Buts the winner Mr. and Mrs. Leon family Uf
the devotion will play
Enjoyed ByBranford Leona Ounter gave Gainesville spent the week
will hold Its regular family. end
Club assisted by Mrs. Charles Williams.Guest of the Mar8alrm game on Mrs. W R. here visiting their
monthly meetlnr Monday night II for the afternoon Friday night at ':30 ,.m. Mrs. Fred Jones parents Mr
speaker and Mrs. W.
ClubsThe Final Game D. Minter B. Thomas
In and Mrs. T.
March I, at 7.00: ) p.m. In the was Charles D. Williams vice The Branford girl will meet Maynard In family. and
business visitors
Branford W nVClub build- Branford ArraMen' the Mayo girls In the preliminary Sr. were
of the
president Mr. and Mrs.
Branford Woman'i Club Ing. Guest speaker will be Mrs. The powerful Trenton Tigers night at Gainesville Tuesday. Clarence McCo
Building was the setting Thursday Lois Johnson, superintendent of with only two loses and 17 wins Club. He spoke on com- fame. Thursday Mrs. Leon D. Hatch and family mlck of Panama City spent so-,,. l
night for a joint Woman's the Suwannee County Hospitalin defeated the Branford Duos 84-67 munity affairs of told the Men's of the Club accomplishments 7M: pjn.WMU and Mrs. R. O. Griffith and son al days last week visiting the R*'
Club and Men's Club Valentine Live Oak. in a clash last week before a home and Mrs. Allen Price and fame:'
party. Mrs Johnson will speak on crowd. This was the first loss at and discussed several projects be- Royal Service Mrs. Lois P. Williams open:
The building was decorated to the administration of the hospital home for the Bucs whose record ing planned for the future Church Dill Price Honored Monday as a business visitor m
carry out the Valentine motif..A and tell of the services and now stands at 17 wins and seven During the business meeting Meeting. Gainesville.Mrs. .
Mrs. W. 8. Ware announced an The W.MU. Royal Service of With Birthday PartyBill W. W. Gay of
large silver heart outlined with facilities that are available at loses. Three of these loses were to Jacluonl"l.apent 1.
pink camellias was placed on the the hospitaL the strong Trenton team. exchange student from the Netherlands the First Baptist Church of Branford -, Price son of the Rev and last Tuesday visiting! her
front door.At one end of the rooma The Branford Woman' Club The Bucs played on even terms would be the guest speaker met Monday night February I Mrs. Allen Price was honored at mother Mrs Nellie Duncan
silver heart outlined with red will serve supper. with the Tigers the first half. The for the April meeting which Is IS, at the church. Mrs. R. O. a birthday party last Monday at
to be a family night supper Mrs. Griffith had charge of the I
camellias was placed. A white Leon D. Hatch club president half time score was 38-35 in favorof i his home In Branford.
floral arrangement was placed at vrf es all members and Interested Trenton. W. R. Hill announced the district on "Baptist In Alaska". Those present for the party REPAIR SERVICE
to be held In Per-
the entrance and a white Valentine men In the Branford The Dues ran Into foul troublein sewing contest I Taking part. on the program were: Terry Griffith. Shawn and I
ry on March 10, this will be a Fred Jones, Miss Fannie
tree with red hearts was area to be present at this meet- the third and fourth quartersand were Mrs. Charles Ed Hatch Connie and ON
luncheon meeting.Mrs.
The refresh- widened its margin Duncan Mrs. Allen Price Mrs. Williams.
placed on the piano. Ing. Trenton Gregory Odom Charlie
Lois Williams spoke to the = ALL
ment table wu covered with a to 17 points the largest of the Glen Murray Mrs. Wllene Carver Jenny Murray, Jody Land and
group of ladles present concerningthe Mrs. Leona Ounter and Mrs.
and Mark
white linen cloth night. the honoree's brothers, TYPESOF
with a red net cloth. An arrangement Branford Girls] Meet Andy Cheney paced the scoringfor Oak Orove Cemetery which Thomas Fletcher.A Paul and Steven Price.
has been taken by the Townof
of red and pink camellias the Bucs with 18 points Bill short business meeting was Candy bubble gun, and balloons -
was on the refreshment table. Mayo In TournamentThe Terry had 15 Jerry Scarborough Branford to care for and main. held following the program. were given as favor to the JACKS
Punch was served from a crys- Branford girls basketball 10 and Danny Johnston 10, tain. A cemetery fund has been The next regular meeting will guests
tal bowl by Mrs. Crete Moses and teab finished Its regular season Johnston came in the early partof started through donations for of be held March 1 at the home of Games were played and refreshments EXPERT REPAIRREASONABLE
Mrs. Ed Bubar. Assorted cookies play with a 10-6 record by defeat. the second quarter when the maintaining the cemetery. As Mrs. Lawton Sims.. of ice cream cones, cake,
the date of this meeting 1201 had
open faced sandwiches chips and tog the Trenton girls 43-36 last Bucs ran into foul trouble and did and punch were served. RATES
dips were served. Entertainment week. an excellent Job both on defense been donated to the fund. George, W. D. Fletcher PICK UP &; DELIVERYAll
Mrs. G. club I
R. Griffith president
wu furnished during the evening Betty Lee wu the scoring leader and rebounding against the tall The home of Mr. and Mrs. W Work Guaranteed
announced the Woman'sClub
by a "I've Got A Secret" panel with 17 points for the,night. Tigers. D. Fletcher near Branford was Resolute and unequivocal action -
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Jim The girls wUl take on the Mayo Holton Browning paced the would sponsor the reception the setting Saturday night fora is strengthening our military I JIMMY'S
Biggert and Mr and Mrs Leon Hornets during the group tournament winners with 24 points followedby being given for Thomas Fletcherwho birthday supper honoring force. in face of communist pressure
Hatch. in Mayo. The Branford and Murray Smith with 20 Dan. Is retiring. from the road de- George Fletcher and W. D. Flet In Berlin Hydraulic Jacks

Other games were played during Mayo girls will play the prelimi ny Wilson 15, and Jimmy Slaughter partment.The cher. : Route 1, Box 228
hostesses for the meeting
the evening. nary game Thursday night February 12.This. served cake and coffee About 80 persons attended the I I his well known.chicken pilau for! BRANFORD FLORIDA
25, at 7:00: pm. to kick off game finished the regular supper Drew etcher prepared the group. i
the tourney, season for the Bucs. The Bucs will
Branford Womana Club .
be playing in the group tournament
Civil Defense ]
Board Plan Will Meet TonightThe in Mayo this week end.Women's .
Meeting Is GraduatedThe ]
The Executive the Executive Board of the Tenneseal Galvanized Roofing
Branford Woman's Club will meet Branford P-TA will meet Thurs following persons graduated -
Wednesday afternoon. March 9, day night, February 25, in the from the Civil Defense Medical i
In the club building. school cafeteria at 7:30: pm. Branford Hold MeetThe Self-Help class Monday night
All members are urged to be All members are urged to be Young Women's Auxiliaryof February 22: Fred Adrrholt, D. B. S 1 Special features make this heavy duty

present. present.BARGAINS Church met Fletcher James R. Fletcher W
the First Baptist '
29 Galvanized metal roofing
Thursday night, February 18, at D. Fletcher Ronal Gooden R O. I I 1 t' tl gauge a iu-

the home of Mri. Glen Murray in Griffith. J. 11. Mathls, T D. Minter ., f, d perior quality at a low, low price
Branford. The program was on Sr, T. D. Minter Jr.. James W,
GALORE! mission work in Alaska. Odom Donald Owens A. L. Pur- .
Those present for the meeting cell D. 1[. Smith. Willie Thomas, t 7

Ladies and Children's Dresses from ............ .50* were Suzanne Murray, Lynda W. 8. Ware Charles Williams. ,+ K ,t W. B. HOWLAND
Bailey Kathy Griffith and their Leon Hatch. E. L. Bubar A. Jack 4 8peclssakproof i 1; f
Ladies and Children's Coats from.............". $2.00 leader Mrs. Murray. Phillips, and W. R. Hill. Le GROCERY
Next regular meeting will be The course was given at Branford ,
March 4.Refreshments, School by R. M. Chandler, Mayo Road Phone 362-123!
Shoes For The Entire Family of hot chocolateand civil defense director, and Mrs. z. n* rv. ****** itf
cookies wen served Robert Weaver. RN. with the Su J. Tfce VOrsUSt OPEN 5.30 A.M. 'TIL 10:00 P.t
wannee County Health Depart 1. Th* THfl C..n
ALL WINTER APPAREL I' ment. Crtxtf ,t .4. The T... Caw SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
PRICED TO GO! Returns! To Station .

Sat Jack E. Howard returned, (School Supplies at McCrinum's)
,iit k .Must Make Room For Spring Merchandise
to Mal M Marine Corps Air Station
Beaufort S. C., last week r...............................u..uwuw........aa.u..a.......u.u.r.n.....u............ra..u.n..u.u.uq
I FATTIES VARIETY STORE after spending some time here
visiting his mother Mrs. Mary :

MATTIE BONDS DORSEY, Owner Howard and other relatives, Sgt. WSPREADER ARD FERTILIZER CO. !.
Howard has recently returned after : .
Corner Howard St. and Suwannee Ave. spending 14 months in VietNam I. !
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Ward Fertilizer G Dmpan,', products are made for the soils of the Suwannee River Valley by people

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Credit terms are made by local people who know the problems and needs of the local I people and
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1 The managementsources 'of this Company working at all
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The Company pay taxes locally, bearing a burden that others would have to pay If the plant was .
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@ (9fg f = St. Francis Xavier Mrs Paulk Honored Mrs. Cox Dogwood Local Beauticians Donita Alford Presides ,

& Women's Guild MeetsThe On 80th, BirthdayThe Circle HostessMrs. Attend Beauty Show Over Happy Clover Meet
Women's Guild of St. eightieth birthday anniversary Ralph Cox was hostess to
Mrs Mary Lou Robenon. Mra.Ernestine Donita Alford presided over the
Francis Xavier Catholic Church occasion for the Circle of the Live :
: was the a reunion Dogwood
"Happy Clover 4-H Club" when
Land. Mr W. nHowe. :
WOMEN met In the church Social Hall of the family and friends of Oak Garden Club Inc., Friday afternoon .
.. Mrs. Carol Weatherlngton they met on February 11 at the f
Wednesday, Feb. 11, at g pm. Mrs. Ollle McCullera Paulk at her at her home on Pearl i
and Mrs. Earl Mill attended the Agriculture Building.
: Mrs Hugo F. Sotolongo presided home on North Houston Avenue Avenue. Twelve member and on.Ylaltor' .
Beauty Show held at the Robert Pam Wilcox song leader led n
over the meeting. last Sunday. Mrs C. A. Webb waspresent.
Following Mrs David Seven of her nine surviving Meyer Hotel In Jacksonville. The the group In songs. The devotional
CLARA S. W ADSWORnJ 'I a prayer by
Society Editor show was held Sunday and Monday was given by Debbie Black and
Eggleston. the treasurers report children and their families present Refreshment were served priorto
I wu read by: Mra. Dennis were Mrs. John Duncan of the meeting Mrs. R T. Miller -. the flag pledges were led by: Renee
I Mrs" Drane Honored I Il Mre. Browning Presided 1I.ft.Mra. Dade City Capt. and Mra. Frank presided over the coffee service. Ollmore and Debbie Townsend.The .
Bobby Hormuth. guild Turman and children. Bill Edine Spring flower were used In decorating county council meeting was
With Luncheon Saturday Over Anna Miller MeetThe secretary read the minutes of the and Bobble of Columbus Oa. Candace Marlene MartinMr. reported on by Alleen Avery: Miss i
Mrs. W. H. William and MM. regular monthly meeting of previous meeting. Mr and Mr*. Clarence McCuller Mrs. Otho Scott chairman and Mr. Larry David Mar Jean Meadow, club leader, spokeon
l Wyman Harvard entertained the Anna Miller Circle was held Plana were made for the formation of Dover Mr. and Mr. Cecil MoCuller presided over the business meet- tin of this city: announce the birth county event day
with a luncheon Saturday: at the Monday night February M. at of two adult discussion clubs. and children. Jan and Diane Ing. The circle voted to give of a daughter Friday, February: Four demonstration were given
home of Mrs. Harvard on Pine the Elk Lodge 1185 with Mrs Mrs. Sotolongo will be hostess at I Scott of Lakeland and Dale $100 to the building fund. It was 10, at the Suwannee County Hos : Margaret Taylor and Kathy'
Avenue for Mr*. Jerri Drane of Elmer Browning presiding. the first meeting of the day club I and June McCuller of Uve Oak. announced that the Garden Club pital. Baa on "llome Improvement:
Hattisburg. Mist. Mrs. Drane it The chairman of the Improvement Wednesday. March 1. at 10 s.m. Mr and Mr*. Ernest Holmes, Mr. would sponsor a chicken supper The baby: ha been named Can- Mary James and Carolyn Poole on"Food"
the former Mini Lynna Rutledse. committee Mr. Joe Davis, The night club will meet at ':30 and Mra. Curtis McCuller, and on March 11 at the Garden Cen dace Marlene MarUn. ; Donita Alford and June
The guests were Invited Into reported that palm have been p.m. Wednesday: evening with Mr and Mrs. Ollls J. McCullersand ter. Mrt. Martin U the former Miss McCullers, "Breadmaklng"; and I
the family: room for fruit appetizers purchased for decorating the Mra. Hart as hostess. daughters Oenevleve and Mra. Miller program chairman Nancy Howard of this city Susan Smith on "Plan and Plant
on arrival. The luncheon ballroom. Plane are in progressfor The guild voted to have a candy Barbara Jean all of Live Oak presented the program on bulbs Beauty", I
course was served In the dining getting bamboo screen to use : sale as a money making pro Also present with the honoree Mrs. John Castleberry displayed Twenty club member were
in the ballroom. I ject.Following were her husband. J:. J Paulk 8r. bloom of various bulb Card Of ThanksWe present at the February"
area.White azaleas and iris were There will be a state meeting the meeting Mrs. three great-grandchildren. Sue, The door prlae was received meeUn""J
used on the bride's table. Pink of the Anna Miller Circle March Robert Croswell aerved refresh. Ann and Oajrle Turman. Mr and by: Mr*. S. T. McDowell. would like to thank the "
camellias and pink azaleas were 20. in Coral Oablea. Any: member ments.. Mrs Eugene Turman. Mr. and many: friends who were so kind DO YOU HAVE AN '
placed at vantage points In the planning to attend this meetingare Mrs. Walter Turman and daughter and thoughtful In helping u*
living room. asked to notify Mra. Elmer Rebecca. Claude Turman. and Azalea Circle Met hare our great loss. We shall Alcohol Problem?
Mrs. Drane was presented with Browning by March. 10. Attended Wedding j Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Scott Br., never forget the many: kindnesses II
I' With Mm. Allen We now have In IJve Oakan ,
shown bereavement
u* during our recent i
silver from the hoatesses. After the adjournment .of the I all of Live Oak
Quests present with the honoree meeting, refreshment were servedto Friday Night I i I Mra. Paulk was the recipientof The Asalea Circle of the Live and pray God' richest AA Group ready to
and her mother. Mrs. O. H. 11 members by Mrs. Robert Min Estelle Hlngson and dial many: lovely gifts from her Oak Garden Club Inc., met Friday blessing upon each of you. help you. .
RuU re. were Mrs Henry: Folsom. Tuttle. Mrs. Raymond Williams, Jeannette Hlngson attended the family and friend afternoon In the home of the Mr. and Mra. Jerry Moore WRITE
Mrs. Jason Kennon. Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Maugnan. The wedding of Miss Mary Ellen Fru- circle chairman Mra. George AI. and Family ,
er to Charles Palmer at the Beach P. O. Box 591, !;.
W. L. Tedder Br. Mrs. P. D. lie!- George Washington birthday
venaton. Mrs B. W Helvemton theme was used for the evening I Methodist Beach Friday Church night.Mis In. Jacksonville Past Grand Commander len.Mr. Vincent Jones presentedthe Mra Robert Oooliby and IOn, LIVE OAK
m. Mrs. John Flood Mr John program on the cultivation of Robert Jr. of Galneivlll spent
Eitelle Hlngson assisted in At
Allen Cade, Mrs. Nicky Tucrloi. Speaker MeetingMartin amaryllis last week with her parent. Mr. Physician or Minister
at the
Mrs. George Dexter Mrs James Beulah Club Held serving which was held wedding In the Fellowship"reception AUup, past Orand Commander Mrs. C. J. Johns, horticultural and Mra. I. W. McGhln. 1//
Smith. Mrs. Edward Mullin. Miss of the Knight of Templar chairman spoke on the planting
Charlotte Wadaworth. Mrs. W. L. Workshop And Meeting Hall Immediately: following the of Georgia, was the guest of bulb and other plant for Feb" :t H

Tedder Jr. and Mrs. Curtis Koon. February: 11 the Beulah Home ceremony speaker of the World War I veterans rutty ''
Demonstration Club met for a of Barrack 1163 at their regular Plana were made for the chick COMPLETE
workshop to make cancer dressing Catholic Inquirer' monthly meeting Saturday afternoon en nipper to be sponsored by the
Guests Entertained Assisting them were Mrs. at the H C Penuel reil- club at the Garden Center on Plumbing and Electrical Supplies
Ted Herring from Antloch, Mrs. ClaM Being TaughtAn dence. Mr. AUup also a World March 11.
At White Springs Waldon Plait Mra. Wallace Boat. Inquirer' class U being War I veteran, commended members Mrs. Allen served cherry: pie Plywood-Cabinet Hardware
Mr. and Mrs It. O. Penuel entertained right and Mra. ROM BoatrUht taught at St. Francis Xavier on their achievement In ala mode and coffee to the eight Tung Oil Paints
their houseguesta. Mr. from the "Happy Homemakers Catholic Church each Friday evening veteran and fraternal projects. members present.
and Mrs Martin AUup of Dublin. I Club", Home Demonstration Agent at 7:00.: Father Antonio Die Mrs. AUup was a guest of the
O*.. and Mr and Mrs. Peter Shall Win Ida Joe Harrison and of Lake City assistant pester of auxiliary: which met In conjunction Ion. i Builders
of Wellborn with dinner at the Mill Jean Meadows assistant agent the parUh. U teaching the claa with the barracks. A good representation of both Langford Supply
Colonial Inn In White Spring aba assisted the club. Those who are Interested in Doughnuts and coffee were group was In attendance
Sunday, followed' by a visit thru The Beulah Club held their learning more about the Catholic served during the social hour e I HrlvtniUn .L, S.K. Flee MI-IITI
the Stephen Poster Memorial.Mr. regular meeting on February: 11 faith are invited to attend. which followed the business .**. (fehMl Supplies at Me<'rtmon'll)
and Mra. AUup left Monday 11 11t
with six members present. -- -- -- 11i i
for St. Petersburg Beach for Miss Harrison gave a demonstration i
a visit with their daughter and on 'Window Treatment".
family, the Fred Housera of that Reports were given on the
city. county eommlmtoner's luncheon.
Mra. Snowden Lee bates.
I Office Supplies ftt HeCrt'I1 i served refreshments.



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You've Iooldn at the lowed priced sedan ud station cushioned front aeat, padded front aramU. and ;
waton makakea *. eobr-ktytd front aeat telu are. amoBf many tmtx- /l.sea f?/>r /> .
$5.48 SQ. YD. We pout uU einee Uy a Ur look pettedaUndard eijalpmrttfeatom. ( + IflO
DOt act Heir fJr\t>.. You can get *a onomleal W'r1lD-s.r tnfiae t ta tiltinrfmrn' '
They're roomy' The uedaji hats sJ>. The wagon the sedan or fa* both cart, a ISXfcp IIlThnJ 8tXt C///C/'C//C/O
Iftw'OU.'gJhane feet from the back of the trace Ifg fast to warm up, tiles almost glkaUy tad at *
seat to Ute Up CII Uwt lowered taiJp&e. "ff..1 very easy 011 pa.
Service n.-N bod y6T J'Ww. ,,. n_ IDOh jra
Cosplete Carpet en'snddrii
Up 1toDt. t a mtma cu crdcrs the .
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Installation and Clean g ) fpruio.: IU_ ___ Batjrc Tl amt know hut bow economic! trey srt ,
food ,. '-'- Fractional. FoamtutiTyou ova one.

Drive something really new-ditcover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's

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NOTICE: OF PUBLIC HEARING lowing property. shoal, lying and Min I r *a th* Sltk day .f January A. D. lt.l, '-...11.01111 Mima Eddl. Live Oak Flat: .....* County, Florida. to-wltJ -
NOTICE I. ......" liven that the Cl F I. nuwann.* Bounty, rionoa. toowlll Final' A a* ..... Adnlabtrator .-*..0..Ot* Pallb....... ... No IS B 44. aero* In Seettcm 11, TIE RUE.I :.
I Colored News Council of the City of Live; Oak, Florid, WH of SW14 of Section IT. tot-other with receipt*, t* ./0 AMI Ma. Ollle.pl Sup Rllavlll: ".. .f "
will hold a puillo hrln/ .. March 5. M% of NK% of Section II.NM the County Judae of Bnw..... County, Flat. 4-<..0.001. Pamell Tom Ton Col .*... "section T. TJS. RUE.WU :.
sees at Tilt P. M. to hear any *om of MWVi of Section 14, all I In I Florida, and ..... petitioned that k* k.* Ll plaint to the eloalnr. .....tln. an Town.hip I South. Ranee 11 East,, dlicharced a* ...b Administrator after 1.1". Oak Plat 4..011. B B Lantr..to. 140 acre In Section' II. T1S.! K14E. d
abandonlnv alley running North an.I Suwannee County, Florida thirty day from this I8th day *f I.... A. Co Bran'.rd Flat. .OIU..OII tint of NW4 and NWU ofNWH
South In Block. S, I, 14. Inilnld, Ad, A* the property of the akov namedefendant I any' A. D. 1111.e Badiueh. H_.. Lt.. Oak Flat. 4-0111. and WofNWin1NEa.
dltlon. All ,Interested. eltlaen and prop. and that on tk. hid day 01 I SJESSE: B. BOWEL, 8R. 0001 Bhod., I Ti: ........0.. Robb.sou .
.rtr owner hall ha.*. an opportunity t.o Much, 111 betwera the local l l hour eAdminbtrator I of Eatat,* of I N .FD S: LI.. Out Flat1140. An oh. proportF of th* above namedefendaat.
Last Rites Held Annual Sweetheart Ball .k. board at tSIa meeting. .. ., namely, .1.".. o'clock I. the fore* Jea. B. How.ll. Jr. De OOtl Robinson W J RFD. B Llv. Oat sad that" m th. lath day of
City Council noon and two .',''oek In the afternoon,, mand.IS41 Plat. 4-0140-0444 Ryan Gab Llv Oak Marak, 1141, between. the knral. hours *f
Held At Douglass HighThe City of LI*. Oak Florida, on said day, nt the Front Door of th I Flai '-...0..0.* Sibs *. Hvlrd Ho.- ...... namely, eleven. .'....k In the fore-
Verner Hunter, Preild.nt Temporary Court Hou.e I. Llv* Oak, ton Flat I 4-0140-4041. glatrnnk C H a loon and two .'...... In the afternoon,
For Douglass High School annual ATTEST .. Count Florida, 1 will oft1 NOTICE: OF APPLICATION Coral 4-OUO-mi Smith Mamie Alma OIl said day, at tk. Front Door of th*
Wednesday sweetheart ball was held Friday Han.y W. Ferry, City Clark for :: and r'b it. hirhot bldd FOR TAX DEED) RFD N. C Bon IIS Live Oak Fla, Temporary Court Hon. .In LI.. Oat
41.41 for .*.k. In hand the above d.sorl...... Boa. 14.l" ..5. 4-0140-OOtl Townaead Mrs S B, 40140.004S Savmnne Coa.t,. Florida. I will offer
night In the cafetorlum. property, a* tk* property of said d..' NOTICE!: HEREBY GIVEN, that Walker W Ji 4.0140-004 WajvtonB for aal and null t* tk. hfeke. kldder
Johnny Herring Theme for the ball was love and NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING!: TO fondant to aatl.fy said execution.DUKE Florida Horn Morttat Company, the 0 RFD t Bo. 44 Live Oak Fl*. for ..... In bead tk. above deecHbed n.
McCALUSTEB: holder of th* following eertlflcatea h.. 4-0140-0014 Watson Rebecca. C tlve property, a* tile property of add ddndsat -
romance. Sheriff dSuwannu fild laid certificate for a tax lend Mb Oak Flat. 4-0140-0074 w.u. Warehooe to aatlafy said .,....tlo.. *
Funeral services for Johnny The cafetorlum was decoratedto CERTAIN; STREETSNOTICE County, Florid lamed th...... Th. .*rtlfleaU. num. ./. L Rocer W.II. GUarow Ky: .-....- DUKE MeCALLISTFR.!: Sheriff
I'b:I 'bell (Ivan that a pub t'' 41-44 her and year of luan., the dwerlptlon 0011 WhulurGrotomt4-1111.0015. : Wll- S....._ County Florida
Herring 20. student at Suwannee out the sweetheart motif. kcarlnr by the City Conn In 10-41
carry of the property, and lid name II. H Ri 4-0140-0071 Wi..... Lala
River Junior College Madison At the entrance a red floral arrangement of Council the City of Live O.k. Florida In lh IN THE: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, which It w.i a....**d an aa 'ollow.1Cmlll..te 4-4140-00(4 York Fred M.
Room City Hall on Tue.d. IN' AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY' No. 1ST.V Information INVITATION TO BID
concern In the amount
were held Wednesday afternoon with red hearts was M.rck 14. 1.4S >t 7:10 P. if. for tb.pu.poo. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE! *... of lnanc* HO. deacrlptlon. of tk* Property .nd th.r* I Sealed. kid will lie received ky th*
at 2:00 pjn. at Allen Chapel placed. No. of .....ndln. Zoning Ordlnan' IN RE!: Tb. F.tat.!: of DoecrlpUon ., Property Be*. (It ft .....* and ......... of tk* kolder may k.* Town Couacll of the Town of Branford
411 from Zane R-IA (Realdentla LUCY HALL McCULLOCH, weal *. lot ft. South oft.* MB obtained ky porous. aa Florida. until Till P. M. Mank *, 111.t .
Methodist Church with the Rev. Peggy Allen was chosen by the to C-l (Commerolil) on th* proper y IMCHiied c.. of the BKtt of Section I*, bat not I In t:1': by-i.i.I: which time bid. will k* puhllc.lly 1tK
A. S. Wilson oKllcatlng. Interment student body to be the campus dnrlbd and aa t.inrn the .City. of LIOak NOTICE TO CREDITORST. Town.hip I South Rant II E..t in Inquiry te Ray E.: 0..... Stale opened and read aloud. for tk* followiadeMrlked t ..JT.for. .
bound on the W t by WU e and P...... Ha.lnf .
All Creditor South eqalpmentl
and ran Wt 19 ft, thn Comptroller a* Administrator. Abaa-
was in Houston Cemetery sweetheart for 1964-65. She is a A.enu, on the North by Tnnt..., Claim or Demand Ataln.t Said E.tat. 10* ft- th.n.* Ea.t 10 ft, tkne dond Property Dlvtelon. Capitol. TaU On. truck to comply' and con jfc ef
with Brown Funeral Home In senior and also the football team I and Street on the East by Railroad Avon. You and each. of you ar. hereby notl. North 'III ft, to FOB. "' ....... Florida B. *nr* te mentionmount to apeelflcatMnn lilted
I And on.tth'.n-:':. ky Demoreat Btree L fled and required to pr*.ent any claim Name In which asm.od Own RanAlTof .umber ...... and .cld..... a* t ton ......t. .nd sake lit" wheelkaa -
charge of arrangements. sweetheart. Juanita Jenkins and Street from Thorn. and demand which. you, or either of you. pubft...... In tkl notice. Unlit proofof *. C. A. 44Back of cab to
The deceased was returning Bertha Thompson were selected A eno Eaat to Railroad Avenue .nd may tanion.10.0 th. K.tet of Lucy i laid property Win* I. the ownership I* preeeated te the hold en* at frame **.f, I *yL efb.b
that .
basket- part of Thom.' A .nu. from Dom Hall McCulloch. daceand late of ...IdI County of Suwann, Btat of Florid k, May S, ISIS, the property will be 14* mkl. /In. dl.plaoement II* .
home after attending a as attendants with honorable ore.t Street to 7........ Strut b.I
County, to the County Judo of Suw.n. Unl... such certificate or ertiflt delivered to tk. Adr.lnl.tr.tor. There- H.T"
ball game when he is reported to mention going to Manlalene Mandrel elo.ed.. All Interoted iltlxn ar.d pro p. nee County, Florida, at hi. afflr In its shall .k* rdmd ceordln-. t* law the aft,.. all further elaln mast b* direct- 4 spell ......... ..
into another *.rtt.oll ::d*. shall harp an opportunity Court Hou.. of said County at Llv OakFlorida ..I..d In euch ewtlflnt* .d' to th. Admlnl.trator. PowerW,
have plunged headon ]. within ill III) calendar month or .urtitle.tua will .k* aold to the klf h. t RAY R. GREENA. 1.111I ply' track type tin
car He was dead when remov- The activity was sponsored by City Council. from the time of the first publication ol bidder at the court kou>. door .. the Admlnlatrator and tuba* (dual rear)
Clip of Ilv 0. Florid. this notice. Each ilalm or demand shill fist Monday In Month of March. 191*. 40.11 Oil filter Ifull flow)
ed from the wreckage. the student council. Mrs. C. Curry V'rlm' Hunter. P"i""t k. In wrltin,. In duplicate, and shall which la the Ut day of March 1001 OH bath air ....n..
The youth was a native of thIs I Mri. L. Hall, and Miss P. ATTEST .tat. the piano of re.ldenc and po.t Dated thl. lit day of February, Itll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE!: Tarn Indicator, front sad rear (.elfcaneelllnt ,
of his ute Harvey W Parry, City Clerk offlc addm of the claimant, and stall VAUGHN A. SESSIONS THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND )
city and had spent most Hamilton served as chaperones. n.n b* sworn to ky the claimant hi. sent Clerk ., Circuit. Court *fuwanno IDASUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORPtoneerHydroUe. II sa'... alternator
here. He was a member of the a or attornoy and any ...b claim' or d.. County Florida Itl Ik. rear *prlnMTk
A.M.E. Church NOTICE OF SALE OF VEHICLES mind not *o filed .hill k. void. 11.41 Industries. In*. Town Council rarva tk. rlint
local Allen Chapel Th. Board of Public In.traction. 8a. 8/ J. D. HENRY Plaintiff to reject any and all bids and. wal.
and a graduate of Douglass High. Douglass Teacher To ,..nn.. County, Florid., will offer .1 8/ SP1VEY M. BRABHAMEiecntori NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS I ... 'ormalltle' and .. r*>ad>*rtle. and to
public auction to th* hlihnt >..h bid. APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF Uv Oak Stone Company I.*. award the kid' In th* toot Ia....., ef tk.
School. Attend ConferenceMiss dr, the following dl.c.rd.d lIu... and I l-I dIN ABANDONED PROPERTY Defendant T.... of B...,.... Florida
B vehicle, .iRn I' Pur.uant to Section II of Chaptar NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE r.-" .* _"'lal"* kM mail k*
P. Hamilton instructor of No. 11 THE COUNTY JUDTE'S COURT, 717, Florid' Statute, entitled 'Florid Notice I I. hereby (Ire* that I. Duke marked en the ....Id. "Bid for track ,
Bti. No. I* IN AND FOR SUWANNEE!: COUNTY OliVOiltlon' of Uneltlmed. Proparty Act". McCalllater. Sheriff. erf guw.nnee Count, t. k* opened Marsh 5. "'.."
Guidance Counselor At business education at Douglass Rn. No.' 14 FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN nolle I* hereby .1".. that th. penoa ,, Florida, under and ky virtu of a writ T_. Council efBranferd.
High School will attend the Rae N' ... II BFi Th F.t.i, of I.ted blo ippear t. b* the owner of *>*cntlon keretofor. I..... sat ef tile Florida.
Douglas Attends MeetsMrs. Fourth state-wide conference for Stoke Truck, Itll Ford m! ALEXANDER! il.o known a. of inollmd per.on.l' .. ,.....,.ibl. *a ve entlt''ed' curt t In the akor ityled Lola P. Will..... I
Pickup, 1112 Chevrolet EDDIE ALEXANDER, property prujid abandoned. sans.. bare levied. upon tke following' Tewn Clerk
O. 7. Jones guidance Florida business education teach The.. hue.* and vehicle. may b. In. Dernier) .....O.ooa. Adamson John Dowllni property. .iI..,., bring sad kln' In So. 45-Il
counselor at Douglass High Defied by BonUetlng the head merh.n NOTICE TO CREDITORST. Park Flat 4-.140-0.l* Al.ton T P Adm
: ers February 28-27. at Lincoln at the retool bu. ....r. on South Houa. All Creditor and P...... "' "In. 4-0140-0011 Bevan R i Jr Live Oak
School, recently attended two area High School at Gainesville ton Street In Llv* Oak, Florida Claim or Demands Alalnat Said E.tatei hot, 4-0140-OKIJ Blount Mr S R HFD
along with counselors Tim. of auction I. art for Tue.d.. You and ..,b of you are hereby notl.fieri I i Bon S Llv Oak. Fla 44140OOOihen .
meetings The will center
program on March t, !1161. .t the Bu* C.r... on and required t. pre.ent any claim < Mr*. 1 T LI*. Oak. rial; 4-4140-
from other nearby counties at business education tomorrow South Houston Street .t 1 ill P.M. md demand which. you or either of OI4 Brown A d.PpJ- Fla.' 4-0140. A. L. Ward
Madison and Tallahassee. today's challenge; recent trends Buyer must chang the color of pain you may hv .,.In.t the Fetat of Ed 10(1 Brown Boa II Llv* Ok (Aubrey) [
on th* bum la accordance. with th. lloi.nder. .l.o known .. Fddl AI..n.d. Flat" ) 4-0144-OOOt Carroll O M a N.llle:
Items discussed at Madison and business education develop- .tat. 'law .., dca.d. lit* of .Id County, to /-0140-OOM Clark S tlv
were the use of recent test results ments and teaching techniquesfor Th. Board reairre the right to re. th* County Jude. of Suwinnee County. Oak Fla 4-OI44-OOI4 Coleman 1 0 M:.:
; ; J.., any or all kldaSigned Florid, at hi* office In the Court Hon.. Oak Ph.4-0140-0041) Croft Bro Me-
guidance Institute and Implication business education themes i of laid County ., Llv Oat Florid. Alpln FLJ. | 4-.l40-000. Cartrla-hl A C Spreader Service.
Improving reading programs( Henry M. Fol.omSapnlnt.nd.nt within ill III) calendar month from LJ". Oak Flat. ..)...0." Ford E.aottt ...
the time of the first publication of thisSalle. ; 4.0140-0IO Fountain' B Fl ,.
and provisions of economic oppor- I, M. Crew. It. .. Each claim or demand ihall be 140.0010 Gatlln Mr Lola Alton Flat. ,
i tunity.At Curd Of ThanksWe """"" In writ In., In duplicate, and shall 1-0140-0044 Ceoh..en Jeff Hide Mel WE SPREAD
41 th. plac of r..idc.n..nI put o'flc.nddr IJ" Oak Flat, '.OUO.'." Green R R
the annual guidance conference wish to express our most *.. of eta claimant' and atoll b.* IJ". Oak Flat 14OOII Oroen G
at Tallahassee the sub sincere thanks and appreciation worn t* by the l.lm.nt.. his .lent or W MeAlpIn Fins. I '.0..0..' Grubk DOLOMITE
CALL FOR BIDS attorney, and iuch claim' .. .
1 any or demand Curti. Ll O.k Flat 4-0140-4011 Her.
to\ our friends! and neighbors for Th. Board of Count Commliilonrr. not *o fll.d .hill h* void ring 0 W Ll". Oak. Flat 4-tl40-mll
federal the flowers, food cards, and many Buwnnnoe County; Florida' will rocelv RrblNO ALEXANDER Horan 1 H GUN Wellborn Flat, 4-el4. .. HI-CAL LIMESTONE
..led bid until II too '.1..'. A. M. the I .
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/ for guidance, evaluation of the other considerations during the 6th day of March A. I). 1'61, for furntun n... cats Jarkaon Ir John Ll>. Oak FlaOltl.aotl : FERTILIZER
guidance program( and plans for hour of sorrow of our loved one eta for the Sow ion.. Jonoa V 0 E.tat ./. J B c
Courthouit prlflod In the IN THE COUNTY COURT .
as JUI Jonas 114 0.1. ... A.* MeComk MI..I'
program implementation of economics May God bless each of you. tlona. All Intore.terl hidden un IN AND FOR SUWANNFE COUNTY' ...l.....1. Jones J H 1.1... Oak Fla: Vendor For ASC Purchase Orden ::
a lot of apenlflretlon from ..Collntl'I. FLORIDA. PROBATl
opportunity acts. The Family of IN -4I4S-0014 X."""' '' Thus D I. O'Neal
A Be.ilnni. Clerk of th. Circuit IN UK:i Fitat of ADM Houaton Ftal. ,..U...... Unnennw
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Johnny Herring Ilv. O.k. florid.' Th. Door JESSE II. HOWWL, JR I>) RrH I U.. Oak Flat 4-l4. ....|7
McCrimon's]) a th. Vltfki 4n d.lof.\ from old ..nler Eu.*n* OR A O'Brien Flai. 4- PHONE 776-1271 W
(School Supplies at
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lt mi and to walv ,, and to NOTICE DISCHARGE nt4s.01Lplo' W H ADM R.W H ,
Gravitation Intriguing reject any and ill bM. end readvertl.i. Nolle I I. hcr.hr given that the ... Newman Llf Oak Flat 4-l4-. *.ltM
LAVAUCHN A. SESSIONS: denlr/ned Admlnl.tr.tor of the Ftil Gravitation Intrigues physicists, Clark of th. Circuit Court of J**>* B. Howell Jr. D........, hit McLaln Jordan. Do.Un. Park rill h.
USE because It is so different from 41-41 Iowan* County, Florid '" R

other forces of the universe

Light heat electricity and magnetism IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of TilE u

FUCO can be generated by man FOR THIRD SUWANNEE JUDICIAL C t ltrIL"t ,, f1H

and freely converted into one anther. IDA. AT LAW
Brand But gravity appears totally C Corporation,
Indifferent to any Influence man Ptoiniiff.i. t

I: InsecticideFOR can bring to bear on it. A gravlatlonal -I KARKL." BVOBODA dnlni' bu.lnn. !wi r ,% lot

field appears always and a ELMER'S. VLECTR10 SERVICE, ..

only In the presence of matter NOTICE Op SHERIFF'S SALE a
a Nm/u te hereby tivon' Uu> I. D.ke III.t
I .t. Sheriff of iuw.ni.ee Bounty,
It takes fewer muscles of the
BEST RESULTS Florid, under end ky virtu' of a writ
lace to smile than it does to of Mtlon heretofore luo4 out of pr
frown. Try It. 1t. *ton entitled' eourt. In th* abov* ) ,dONMgM I I
tyled MI**. t.,0 levied upo.h.* fol."Hauai.saan ,
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Dodge Polara I 5007, 'Vith the ,:': :.j. ,;." th,

\You mean the red all,vinyl) interior, ".,' toth n,,

white car bucket hats. : Itl --

that's in thick Ittil
tl parked carpeting, I' ; as

the middle of padded dash and '"Mo ; ;, ..

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> .w. think BIG !: 't

.n 'OUR FOREFATHERS DID. And from their competition be substituted for sentnnnecr

'dreams grew the strongest, most prosperous: cssary regulation of reductions in freight

.' ;country> the world has ever known. One big, rates on agricultural and bulk commodities.

t reason for this was railroad transportation! t', his also will improve the competitiveness of

r-vital then, as now, to America's growth) Americanprodudlaplnatfol'clauProducU.

If you haven't seen the Polara 500...it.s probably because there was a crowd; around it leconomy and 'defense. at home and abroad

Hews tfw fu M rWt/ tOO 24>of lIIIdtop or comtfu III1OOdI-ricint 121 h wflutsst ItIAOS(1000 pCIIIIds Now for the big thought! Today;dAraericari It's a big thought all right-as big as all of

of body< belUlllL Potent 383 CIL It VL Also hunt bed. an ore U csfpltina Cprions iIcWe a floor mOUIIRtI consumers are being cheated out of several America's consumers, The lawmakers of

.4 speed rod shift or 3 speed sutom.nt, dchemsus. .SIn Grip Sffif nuH28 cube inch \t end. Raft ba mon. billion dollars our
a annually by artificially hlghCountry\ should have the foresight and courage .

>; 'BS Dodge PalamC2U! '!freight: rates. Rates kept high by regulation; to correct this sorry dtnationJ f

;which kills off real
f competition. Congress can-;

I <' AND COUNTRY MOTORS INC. let consumers keep this now-wasted money in. ', '::::::::-

TOWN .. their
i '. pockets-available for constructive}
U. 5. 129 North UT. Oak Florida .. '
. .' l'. ,.. ,...,. spending. How? By passing legislation reSOOTIN RAILWAY SYSTEM e..

"', -WATCH TNI lOt1 HOP SHOW,' "IC.rv.CHrCJC'OURLoeA&. UJTW*X.. peatedly recommended to Congress, that true VbUrWCrpl.lv C, ::

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