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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 34





., 6iJ tI THINKING County OfficersAssume Suwannee Youth County Leaf Growers


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With Lome C. Wadsworth DutiesTwo Race, Plant Tobacco Beds


New year begins. A Live Oak youth attempted to

Monday wrote finish to another escape arrest by a Florida Highway

year. A year that on the whole Patrolman Christmas Eve in

saw progress and improvements Newly-Elected County Solons a wild race that covered some 50- Observers Predict

made in this county. odd miles in Suwannee County; Growers Seed Tobacco Beds For 1963 Crop


challenge There is ahead now of a new us -year as individuals of One School Board Member and the ended city in limits.a high-speed wreckin 2 ;' :i:: :Y" : ..; 1\: .' '+ : :;: Upcoming Ban On'IH3O

and collectively as a The chase ended on South Ohio ; : ::: :; :.:: _; .:: : \ : \

community. To what degree progress Horne, Hancock, Crews To Take OfficeTwo when the late-model accidentally state crashed inter \' Chemical

improvement and success new county commissioners and a school board ceptor car
into the speeding 1962 Chevrolet
will crown efforts will depend member elected in the recent May primary will assume ra
how about this sedan driven by the youth. Suwannee County flue-
solely on we go
their respective offices next Tuesday. of : '.
business of building a community. Trooper C. L. Thompkins : cured leaf growers are seed-
The two commissioners are Marvin Horne and Lamar the Florida Highway Patrol reported their tobacco beds
at ing under -
need
There little
appears I Hancock. Horne defeated Rudolph V. Scott, incumbent that he was unable to avoid blanket of uncertainty
this time to recite again the a -
commissioner from District Two, crashing into the sedan when the
needs and desires of the com- as to just what the futurewill
and Hancock upset Commission youth lost control of his vehicle in
munity. They are legion. Some Chairman Leonard Stansel.L. a sideways skid.Thompkins bring.
must be done others are garnish Flames Consume Already the Secretary of Agriculture -
3
M. Crews Jr., who had servedon said he was in close "x trY
desired as we progress.I + has ordered a five percent
the City Council previously pursuit when the youth apparently

think the people of this coun- Cane Mill Cause won over a former board mem- attempted to make a quick turnoff cut in acreage allotments in
v 1963 and all indications point toa
ty are ready and willing to undertake ber for the school board seat in of the Branford Road U. S.

all reasonable proposalsthat District Four. He defeated W. E. 129 and lost control of the car. ban on the controversial MH-

will build and improve com- Williams. The incumbent. JohnS. The left front of the patrol car 30, chemical sucker control. The

munity facilities for there appears $6,000 DamagesA Flood declined to seek re- struck the right rear of the National Tobacco Advisory Coun-
cil has advised the Secretary to
serious
a more approach on election.All Chevrolet.

the part of many to this field of fire raged through a cane of these officials campaigned Damages to both cars were pull the support props from MH-

making the community better. mill and storage buildings belong- on a note of economy in pub- estimated in excess of $1,200. No 30 treated tobacco.
The recent series of public
Our organizations are enjoyingthe ing to Irvin Tompkins in Lura- lic office and furthering the injuries were sustained,). Three
hearings held throughout the nation's -
best support and interest they ville Sunday night and causedan growth and progress of the coun- other youths in addition the .
.w tobacco growing regions in
have ever had and this indicates estimated $6,000 damages. driver were riding In the pursued
ty.While which farmers have registered
that with the leadershipand
proper Assistant Fire Chief Howard campaigning. Home told vehicle. V
strong protests against this pro-
guidance projects that make Wright said the blaze completely the people that it was time for a The accident was investigatedby
posed action appear to have had
life happier and better will get sacked the buildings and destroyed change in office and he knew Cpl. T .W. Harris out of Lake little influence on the ultimate

support. $25,000 in syrup and $1,500 in the value of a dollar. He assured City who charged the juvenile outcome.

equipment. The buildings valued the voters that although he livedon with willful and wanton reckless
I Some observers feel that a ban
Here at the Suwannee Demo- farm he would serve the driving.
at $2,000 were a total loss. a on MH-30 will be put into effect
crat we are anxious to receive whole county the cities as well as Thompkins said he was parked .
Wright said the cause of the I as early as 1963. Most others
nominations for Man of the Year the rural areas. along side of U. S. 90 near Wellborn -' -
fire was unknown. agree that action will be takeR
in Suwannee County for 1962. Hancock told the voters that when the speeding car pass- I

Letters of recommendation shouldbe The blaze had a considerable while great strides had been madein ed by heading west. He said he I by 1964.
head start when it was noticedby S. L. Brothers agronomist with
to Man Of The Year
addressed the past, there was consider- clocked the vehicle at 75 miles
Tompkins' daughter from their the University of Florida Agricultural -
Committee P. O. Box 635. Live able room for improvement. He per hour. tiFl6 I
k n
home, firemen reported. By the Extension Service, registered -
Oak Florida. that who live on
declared people The trooper said that when he
choi- time the fire truck traveled the 16 I his personal opinion in an address -
former
Later this month
graded roads are entitled to well- attempted to overtake the vehicle -
miles to the the mill had to the Beulah Omimuntty
ces for the county honor will be scene kept graded roads. and make an arrest the I
Club Thursday, Dec. 27.
.
asked to meet and select the per- been completely destroyed.The the 'voters that if also
He promised driver of the pursued auto Brothers said he felt that the
son to be honored for last year's assistant fire chief said elected he would meet all prob- accelerated.The MH-30 treated
price on
' community contribution. I' firemen were able to protect the lems forth-rightly and expedite chase then continued leaf support would be cut in half effec-

Fifteen men have been namedin Tompkins home and other buildings their settlement in the best inter- from Wellborn on Highway 90 to tive in 1963. Provided the move

the past since the project was and prevent the fire from ests of Suwannee County. State Road 49 where the youth to ban MH-30 is successful, the '

begun by this newspaper in 1946. spreading. During his campaign Crews began traveling. at speeds exceeding '43' n d9r next step demanded by the cigarette -

It is hoped response will be I In other calls') since Christmas pledgecTto the voters that if-he 110 miles per hour. companies would be to

prompt and all worthy citizens firemen have extinguished a fire was elected to the school board Thompkins said he was forced fertilizer
A. L. Ward, one of Suwannee County's larger tobacco growers regulate the amount of f.
will be nominated. in an automobile caused from post he would work to continue off the road into a ditch on Highway plants
surveys a handful of NC-95 leaf variety which he is seeding in used and the number of
faulty wireing and doused two progress on an economical basis. 49 as the youth lost control .

grass fires. Wright said most grass He assured the people he woulddo ., of his car in an attempt to turnoff about half of his extensive tobacco beds. grown per Agent.acre.County .L; Paul Crews said

Mayor Lectures fires that occur during the his utmost to make sound on a dirt road. The chase resumed he did not feel the governmentwould

Christmas holidays are caused judgements in the best interestsof on the dirt road which led chop MH-30 in 1963 because -

from the discharge of fireworks. their children. to U. S. 129 and the two vehicles Growers Continue To Experiment equipment and stock had

Boys Arrested InFireworks sped toward Live Oak where the already been purchased by the

Damaged Building Grim Reminder Of Mishap I accident juvenile occurred.A case. was made With Disease-Resistant TobaccoNC95 farmers. He added, however that

OffenseSix he felt a cut in the chemical waslikely
zz against the youth and he will appear by 1964.

: before the county judge. Looms As Most Popular Variety Crews reiterated his statementof 4
arrestedfor .
Suwannee youths x
several weeks ago that a ban
discharging fireworks from a Is Suwannee County farmers this year will plant an on MH-30 treated tobacco would

moving vehicle in this city appeared f Drifter Ejected even higher percentage of their tobacco crop in the new, cost Suwannee growers alone approximately -

in City Court Monday disease-resistant strains made available through research. three-quarters of a

and received a stiff lecture from 3 From City Aftertayor's Tobacco companies protested the quality of some of million dollars. The agent pointed -

Mayor J. Marvin Phillips. roNe these varieties last year particularly the controversialFlorida i out that growers could pro-

The Mayor declined to make a Rebuke 22 developed by the University felt Florida 22 had merit and he duce up to 25 per cent more tobacco -

court case against the teen- of Florida Agricultural intended to plant more this year by using the chemical sucker -

cgers. This means their names Extension Service. to experiment with. control.
recorded on docket. as "I wish I had some place to
will not be County Agent Paul Crews "I think Florida 22 is as good Crews explained however that

having appeared in City Court. work you on the road gang, for pointed out that while Florida 22 quality as Hicks or other variety" the proposed ban will be on MH-
told the boys thata about 90 days," Mayor J. Marvin
The Mayor absorbed the criticism and received he said. "I believe the tobacco 30 alone and not on chemical

number of people had called Phillips growled at an intenerate the big headlines, the popular companies are upset by the long, sucker controls in general. This
.
and the police chief about drifter in City Court Monday.The "
him 22 there is good poss&iM-
NC-95 made significant gains. hollow stem that produces. means a
the annoying and dangerous man who gave his name as Like Florida 22, NC-95 is in its Ward explained that the tobacco ty that a suitable chemical sucker -

handling of fireworks in the Johnny Lawrence from Kentucky second year and will likely comprise companies buy their leaf control can be developed to
Oak during
Live
in
community. + i. was arrested half of the tobacco crop from its appearance on the floor replace MH-30 before the ban
"We have had far too much the holidays for public drunkenness. -
planted in the county this year.A. of a warehouse and anything that could snare growers in an economic -
Mayor had breezed into this city
fireworks this season. the He
the larger out the ortiL makes pinch.
of
Salvation L. Ward one of looks -"
"And of our elderly and secured lodging with the -
said.
many growers in the area said he was them wary. Crews brought up the often

residents have been considerably Ly Army. seeding about half of his beds "I think we are going to have to used phrase that "MH-30 is being

disturbed by them," ,. ... "What was that "mix you were with NC-95 and half In Hicks stick to what the buyers want" used as a whipping boy for the

Phillips explained to the youths drinking anyway? the Mayor Broadleaf. Ward said he raised the grower added. they appear ills of the tobacco industry".

that when he was a boy. discharging snapped. and Hicks." Apparently this statement has
butt some Florida 22 last year but was to like NC-95
and Roman know sir
don't exactly
firecrackers "I
unfamiliar with the cultural Ward said that one difficultyin considerable merit, the agent
candles on Christmas Eve was He The damaged building: on White Ave. and Helvenston Street was rough stuff the hoarse practices necessary to produce it I growing Hicks Broadleaf is its said. He explained that the

an integral part of Christmas. ; was struck by an automobile after the vehicle collided with anothercar defendant replied.turned to Police with excellence. susceptibility to nematodes which chemical is also widely used in
he rear
that was The Mayor
however
added where fireworksdid in the middle of the intersection. Elwood Howard standing Ward said however, that he can seriously damage a crop other agricultural pursuits. Farm-
ed in the country Chie
while NC-95 and even Florida ers spray MH-30 on orange trees
And he who explained that the
not annoy anyone. nearbj 22 is resistant to these diseas- peach orchards grasses and oth-
-
said his parents supervised the Traffic Accident Victims Spend Yule "stuff" was called Solox, a mixture Car-Truck Crash er plants to keep them from
shellac thinner.
of fireworks.But ; of paint and es.Ward
use like many other growers blooming until after cold weather.Yet .
times have changed the The Chief added that the container his belief that Florida no outcry about poor quality
expressed
community Season In Suwannee County Hospital had poison plainly printed -
this
Mayor said. Today Injures Two MenTwo 22 is still a good variety that has caused by the chemical has been
back of it.
cosmopolitan the
has grown more : on
heard in these
test. quarters, Crews
not been given a proper
with the influx of city dwellers 'Poss9 Lee Still Undergoing TreatmentTwo "The instructions stated the continued.

and fireworks can not longer by Live Oak residents spent the Christmas holidays chemical accidentally taken orally Suwannee residents in traffic sustained Crews said that still no con
injuries a Cat
blindness and even minor Firemen Rescue
here without aggravating could cause ,
discharged
in Suwannee County hospital as a result of injuries sus- U. S. 90 early Thurs- clusive proof that MH-30 applied
and causing serious death if the dose was large mishap on
others. tained in a two-car crash in the city on Dec. 23. :enough Howard said. "He had day morning. Dec. 27 that totally Douse Chief's YardThe properly causes Ices of quality as

problems.In addition the Mayor told the Miss Beverly Gail Hitt, 18, the driver of one of the drank a quart of the stuff when destroyed two vehicles. Live Oak Fire Depart- the tobacco companies claim. He

boys that a state law had been vehicles, was discharged from the hospital Sunday. GroverL. we got him and he had another Police reported that Carl R. ment has had a lax but bizarre said the only tests offering any
scientific data
on the subject
that involved rescuinga
passed banning the use of fire- (Poss) Lee. a 25-year-old pro- quart with him" Chauncey of Live Oak who was holiday
works In Florida to protect life fessional athlete was still con- The Mayor grimly surveyed the driving a 1950 Plymouth crashed treed kitty and dousing a have been conducted and broughtto

and limb. He pointed out to the fined to the hospital as of New Fireworks Mishap bedraggled deadbeat for a long into the back of a 1950 Dodge blaze in the fire chiefs yard.A light by one of the tobacco
companies rather than inde-
boys who were all packed into ; Year's Day. Miss Linda Sue Sher- moment. "Have you got any place pickup driven by William R. Lawson neighbor's dog chased a an

during their offense rill of Lake City who was riding you can go" he snapped."I also of Live Oak. cat up a pine tree in Pinewood pendent survey.
car
one that a firecracker could accidentally with Lee. was released a day after Hurts Local YouthA believe I can find a place to Both vehicles were proceeding Subdivision Saturday and ladder it of The the agent reasons pointed for attacking out that MH-one

their accident. Orleans" the man east when the accident occurredat took the department's
have gone off in the stay in New
30 is that it is one of the
his easiest
admit- truck to ret him down from
vehicle and seriously injured several The accident occurred at the nine-year-old Suwannee answered.The 4 ajn. Both men were
of them. intersection of White Ave and youngster narrowly missed losingan Mayor swallowed down ted to the Suwannee County Hos- 20-foot-high perch. The kitty cultural practices to enforce. He
Smith added that so many variables af-
to Mrs. F. M. ,
Street. After the col- before Christmasin and turned to pital. belonged
his
Or the firecrackers they were Helvenston eye Sunday some of anger fect the of
quality tobacco
thatit
tossing out of their car could lision in the middle of the inter- a mishap caused by an explod- the Chief of Police. "Take this According to police the con- firemen said. would be

have caused a serious traffic accident section Miss Hitt's car careenedinto ing firecracker. man to the edge of the city lim- cussion knocked Lawson's pickupoff In the other incident a almost impossible to

the Mayor said. a brick pillar and lodged I The boy apparently dischargeda its and see that he gets away the road and onto the railroad blaze started in Fire Chief BillRoper's point of a them.Fertilization suspicious. finger at anyone

The Mayor requested that the firmly into the side of a nearby .firecracker in the neck of a i from here." he ordered. track on the north side of yard on South Houston

youths take all these things into building owned by Green Ross. soda pop bottle. A piece of razor- Then to the wide-eyed defen- the highway while Chauncey'sauto Ave. Christmas Eve after a irrigation plant-
ing dates
consideration and dispense with Both the 1956 Ford driven by edged flying glass struck him dant he said "If you ever come careened into a ditch on the burst from a firecracker fire- maturing process curing -
suckering
the handling of fireworks in this Lee and the 1959 Ford driven by on the forehead above his eye. back here again I'm going to hirea other side. men said. The chief was not soils fumigatteg.
cultivating varieties
community."Pass Miss Hitt were determined to be The youth was rushed to the man with a gun to work some. Police charged Chauncey with at home.A planted and
destroyed.Estimates of the Suwannee sorriness out of Do causing an accident and leaving neighbor noticed the flames climate are just a few of the I
\ ,this around to all of your totally County Hospital's emergency of the you. you factors affecting I
the
friends boys. And let's have a damages to the building owned by ward where the wound understand?" the scene. He failed to appear in and put in an alarm. Firemen quality of

quiet New Year's Eve," he asked Ross reportedly range from $2.- reportedly closed with three "Yes sir. City Court Monday forfeiting his I extinguished the blaze- promt- tobacco. Crews explained

them. (No. 1 Continued on Paffe 8r-----j I stitches. .. Case dismissed. $50 bond to the City of Live Oak. 17. (No. 2 Continued on Page



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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963 1.



I THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Look, Folks. Social Security


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In
The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley"BANNER w- S HORSE ?OjhfilBtPERQ --=c---_ o InformationEditor's

Consolidated LEADER
Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1886 IHTG ( Note: These questionsand

Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street ... answers are compiled by Wil-

( Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher Q ..' liam M. Eanes, District Managerfor

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor g the Social Security Adminis-
tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites
Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor : MwM. DIf Reflect On America's Religion HeritageAt readers to mail their questions to

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager w= "=" THE MERCHANTS := him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta,
HERE ABE YOUR this time of year it is appropriate Of the Protestant denomina-
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida FRQI/EN DS.ALWAYSTRYN6 "" -..,. for us in the United tions, the largest is the Baptist Ga. Please do not mail your inQuiries -

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 TO PUASE, States to think about our religious Church, with over 21,000,000 to this paper.)

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 HERE AT HOME heritage and 'what this countryhas members. Methodist bodies come QUESTION: Why does the rate

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS __ Payable In Advance .. AND SUPPORT A contributed to the world in next with a total membership of of social security taxes go up from
YOUR HOWE the way ol religious practices, about 12500000. There are some time to time?
"TOWN b.IM .r r idealism and religious freedom. 8,000,000 Lutherans, and over 4- ANSWER: The number of older
Florida Press Association /WKT The United States is unique 000,000 Presbyterians and about people in the country is increasing -

SUw'ANNE = among the great countries of the 3,400,000 Episcopalians. Then and many added benefits have
cg i) MEMBER OF \ rnMER I J N y world in a sense in that we haveno there are an estimated 2,200,000 been provided; therefore, year by
SUWANNEE COUNTY official costs are expected to grow
rtf or state religion. Yet members of the Churches of year
COMMERCE! we are a religious people and our Christ, about 2,000,000 membersof for the next few years. Income
Chamber of Commerce t I1111IIM forefathers who founded this the United Churches of Christ. from the gradually increasing

", 0d country as one where any and all 1,800,000 members of the Chris- taxes in the law will meet this expected -
could worship as he or she pleas- tian Churches (Disciples of future rise in costs with- i

Speeding Drag Racing Must Stop ed.Under Christ), and about 1,700,000 mem- out an immediate need ior collection -
this system we have bers of the Latter-Day Saints.So of the whole tax neededto
Suwannee County law enforcement officials recently grown to be the most powerfuland at this time of the year it is support this program.
issued a joint statement in which they warned that per- a 1 1It diversified republic in the, good to look back upon our heri- QUESTION: I operate a farm.
sons guilty of speeding and drag racing would be dealt world. According to the latest tage, at the blessing of religious Since my wife's death I have hireda
with severely. statistics, there are over 260 religious I freedom democracy and mutual housekeeper to do our cooking
l The officials stated that there had been numerous bodies or denominationsin i respect that we have enjoyed in and housework and look after
complaints about these traffic violations and added that : the United States with a total the United States. They have the children. I pay her $25 a week. M

repeaters may be subject to losing their licenses. Happened In membership of about 115,000,000. helped make us the most power- Do I have to report her wages for
I II There are about 64,000,000 Protestants ful republic in the world, and this social security purposes?
They urged of and teen-agers
parents teen-agers about 42,000,000 Roman system has avoided religious strife ANSWER: Yes you must report -
themselves to think about the immediate dangers involvedand I 'I Catholics, 5,500,000 Jews, and 2- and war in this country. her wages and pay the social
Suwannee
cooperate with the law enforcement officials in stamp- County i 700,000 members of the Eastern -Cocoa Tribune security tax due. For more Infor-

ing out these road hazards. / I Orthodox Church.Sutcannee mation ask your local social security -
We heartily applaud their statement and commend office for leaflet No. 21-

them for their stand. Several tragic accidents that have Board Faces Courthouse Obligation I QUESTION: I understand there
occurred in this the have been causedin :; / will be an increase in social security -
city during holidays 1922 1937- 1952 Apparently Bradford isn't the headaches within a short time
tax rate in 1963. How much
part by excessive speed. Traffic on a number of the only North Central Florida coun- for other boards of county com- will the increase be?
through streets in this city resembles a racetrack at cer- missioners."
ty with Courthouse troubles. The ANSWER: Starting in January
tain times of the day. ? From The Files Of The Suwannee County Commission This could just as well be said 1963, the social security contribu-
Drag racing on public highways is even more serious.It T of Bradford County as Suwan-
tion rate will increase to 3-5 8
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...,, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
,,
faced with a situation similar to
is a deliberate contest of acceleration and daring in nee. Perhaps our case for ade- per cent for both the worker and
high-speed vehicles conducted irresponsibly without regard ours, recently voted to completely quate Courthouse facilities in the the employer. This is a half of
renovate its Courthouse and future is even stronger for Su
cent increase. Self-pm-
to endangering human life. one per
Forty Years Ago 1922A add facilities needed to house its has slight
-
wannee experienced a
An automobile can be and often is an instru- ployed people will pay seven-
county government under one decline in population in the past
ment of death and destruction. And anyone who engagesin number of county visitors terest took place recently when tenths of one per cent more or a
were in town Monday and Tues- roof. decade, while Bradford has showna I total of 5.4 cent their not
is Dr. G S. Smithson of Wellborn per on
such adventure racing the highways a
as on public
In commending the board's decision steady increase.We .
day attending the meetings of the earnings.
bought the brick residence and
menace to society and should be denied the privilege of the Suwanne3 County think the time has come
county boards. lot adjoining the Postoffice on QUESTION: I was 72 years old
driving.We Monday was the day for the the east which for several years Democrat said: "One thing all to discuss the Courthouse situa- last May. I earned $2,000 in wages
are convinced that if this practice continues in final session of the old Board of has been the property of Mrs. should keep in mind is that it tion openly, without fear of intimidation in 1962. Do I have to report these
our community someone is going to be killed. County Commissioners. All mem- Nellie Airth. takes time to develop plans, approve by reactionary forces earnings to social security at tlv-
Our law enforcement officials are to be commendedfor bers were in attendance and the floor space, and other architectural that have opposed every progres- I end of this year?

their efforts to put teeth into these traffic statutes. day was taken up with routine The holiday season is almost recommendations. The sive move made here in the past ANSWER: You must report

We submit that one sure way to build respect for the lawis work. W. L. Rogers is the chair- over and school will open Monday Commissioners should take the quarter century. your earnings over $1,200 for every -
man of the board. time needed without unnecessary Unless a start is made now on not 72 in all
new
to enforce it. morning after a two weeks vacation year you are over
delay and finalize a building pro- planning and setting up a sinking : months of the You will get
Other communities have partially solved this drag which has been a most year.
ontoa One of the largest congrega- happy one for pupils and teachers gram that will take into consid- fund for this purpose, the problemwill I all your<< benefits, regardless of
racing problem by diverting it from public highways eration needs the
of for
county be greatly multiplied and
tions ever gathered in this city alike. your earnings, beginning with the
supervised drag strip. :Many residents in this communityhave the next 25 Not I
to have when
years. a magnified the time comes,
assembled at the Courthouse last All of them will resume their month in which you reached 72
expressed their sympathy toward a similar project in plan that will care for the cer- as it inevitably will, that action
Saturday evening to welcome Rev. work with new enthusiasm, because QUESTION: am over 65 and
this area. W. T. Brantley the new pastorof of this period of relaxationand tain growth in the next quarterof can no longer be delayed. still working full-time. My earn-
Public officials should lool isio the merits of such an the Methodist Church in a freedom and everyday cares. a century would only provide I I -Bradford County Telegraph ings run over five thousand a
undertaking here as a potential long-range solution to the union service. year. Should I apply for my social
drag racing problem. It is much better for our teenagersto The program was in charge of At a meeting of joint commit- I Government Power Not Cheap I security benefits even though I'm

"sow their wild oats" on a supervised track than risk Rev. W. B. Parshley whose wordsof tees from the Rotary and Wom A prime argument, long used to vice for selling electricity below still working?

their lives and the lives of others on public highways. welcome were none the less sin- an's Clubs of this city held at the promote socialized electric power cost to 20 per cent of the Ameri- ANSWER: Yes, although you
e cere with his expression of deep home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ted- development, is that governmentpower can people at the expense of the may not be able to collect pay-
regret that the community was der Tuesday, it was definitely is cheap power. other 80 per cent." This means ments at this time, it would help
Dog Ordinance Must Be EnforcedA losing beloved citizens in Rev. agreed that the big carnival of That argument is as nonvalidas that something like 145 million to have your benefits approved

progressive step toward eradicating a serious prob- Myres and family.A fun and frolic should be held Jan. a three dollar bill. taxpaying citizens are subsidizing before you retire. One advantae1
26. Committees were named and directly or indirectly the power is that there would be no delay in
The Edison Electric Institute
lem in this community has been taken by the City Council.
sale
of more than passing inTuent.Five plans made
were for this event. has bills of the remaining 35 million starting your benefits when YOU
compared and
private-power
The Council recently adopted ordinance to seta
a new
Finally, the statistics show that do retire. Also, in an emergency -
costs the 1937-
specific date for vaccination Years public-power over
of pets particularly AgoLive - 1937 1960 period. It used the govern- production expense for the in- such as sickness you could let

dogs within our community. Oak will fete the 1937 Su- Wallace Sturgis, prominent attorney ment's own statistics as issued by vestor-owned electric companiesis us know that you are not work-
Beginning in 1963, all pets must be vaccinated by wannee Bulldogs at a gala ban- of Ocala has been selected the Federal Power Commission. lower than for the government- ing, and your monthly benefit

March 1. In 1964 and subsequent years, owners will be quet set for tonight in the Ma- as the speaker for the occasion. And it found and can prove owned systems. This speaks vol- would become payable right away.
required to have their pets vaccinated by Jan. 1. sonic Temple. The meeting will Horry Hair is chairman ol the that there is nothing about gov- umes for the excellence of the job .

Veterinarians will hereafter be allowed to issue licenses get underway at 8 pin. with Alfred committee arranging the event ernment power that makes it these companies have done in A scale replica of the first ice-

when the animals receive their shots. Owners will Airth as toastmaster.The assisted by State Senator Sid A. more efficient than investor- controlling costs in the face of making machine is on display at

no longer be required to pick up these licenses at the city entire squad of 40 boys accompanied Hinely, Democratic Committeeman owned power. rising costs all along the line. the Dr. John Gorrie Historic Me-

hall. by the girls of their J. L. Blackwell and Demo- Take, as a salient example, the -Jackson County Floridian I morial in Apalachicola.

This convenience to pet owners plus establishing firm choice will be honored during the cratic Committeewoman Mrs. F. Tennessee Valley Authority. If it
program with special attention R.
deadlines for vaccination should help expedite this mat- being paid to the five graduating McCormack. had to pay the market price for I
ter and make the city's job of enforcing this ordinance members.Bill money along with taxes equiva-
School commissioners purchased i lent to those paid by comparable THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
easier.And the small, 12-foot strip of land investor-owned companies, it and
enforce the ordinance we must. Our childrenare Newsome gave an Interesting -

exposed to an unspeakable danger from dogs that are discourse on the philosophyand between the local the school Baptist from Church Mrs. W.and B. raise its distributors their rates would by about need 50 per to Veneer-One or Two Baths.
allowed to roam the streets unvaccinated.We spirit of Rotary at the week- cent
Parshley at their meeting Mon- just in order to break even.
cringe when we read or hear about some rabid ly session of the local club Mon- day morning.The Then, if so raised, the rates oi FHA or CONVENTIONAL

animal sometimes a dog being discovered near a day club noon endeavor.to begin a new year of land is located on the TVA and its distributors would be FinancingSMALL

metropolitan area where innocent children play. One northern side of the plot on which no lower than those of compar-
DOWN PAYMENT
such rabid animal running loose in this community could the old school building stands. able investor-owned companies
Sale of hunting and fishing
spread more havoc, heartbreak and death than the av- censes in Suwannee County 11-1 1 operating tions. under similar condi- Located In Edgewood Subdivision.

erage person can imagine. 1937 were good. County Judge Hal W. Adams senior The Institute states the case in
Rabies is fatal to humans and without treatment it Mack H. Padgett reported here jurist for this circuit, announced a nutshell when it says: Govern- SELECT YOURS NOW

can kill with almost inconceivable agony and torture. Monday. He said he issued 325 here Monday that a special term ment-owned power is simply a de- Contact
Often the treatment fails. And even when the treatmentis resident county hunting licensesfor of circuit court will be held in this
successful to rabies infected it is almost this season and 79 state hunt- county beginning Monday morn-
a person as licenses. prize in the Live Oak Garden W. G. MULLINSPhone
ing ing at 10 am.
bad as the disease.A Club's Christmas lighting contest
Judge Adams stated that he
year ago a program was started to avoid such a this year with her arrangement
Suwannee County residents will called the term to FOrest 2-2057
clear the docket
terrifying experience. Stray dogs were picked up, kept observe Jackson Day with a sup- of as many cases as possiblein on Suwannee Street. Mrs. Irby I
by a verterinarian for a reasonable length of time, and per dance at the local Armory tomorrow order that future terms can be Black was second place winner.

then destroyed if they were not claimed. night beginning at 8 pm. devoted to current matters.
This is a decent and humane way to handle this

problem. Ten Years Ago -- - 1952or
Merely passing ordinance will have little effect. ANNOUNCING
an Karl Wade Live Oak florist a three-year jail sentence.
We have had an ordinance for many years. What we, was installed president of the Live The postmaster pointed out

need to solve this serious problem is an ambitious pro- Oak Kiwanis Club for 1953 at a that quite a few of the rural mail- .
gram whereby the ordinance is rigidly enforced. combined Jasper and Live Oak boxes were damaged over the J. B. Danielsis

This is meant to be constructive. This problem must meeting and ladies night held in Christmas holidays when prank-

be solved. The Council has laid the groundwork. We the new school cafeteria here sters exploded firecrackers in the ONLY licensed Funeral Director in
commend the Council for its action and urge that it take Tuesday night. them. Some.were blown open by
Other officers installed were the concussion and other had the Suwannee County that OWNS and OPERATEShis
steps to see that its decree is adhered to in the interests of
the Floyd Eubanks, vice president, locks blown from them he said.
community. and G. G. Walton, secretarytreasurer. Funeral Home.
.
Directors installed were Ar- William R. Slaughter of Live :-:: ., .
''
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i'
lie Townsend George Airth, Oak Third District States Attor- : FREE
Contribute Your Ideas For Progress George E. Richie. Rev. A. Hubert ney-elect, has been appointed to j3.r:4:

Tuesday marked the beginning of a new year. Rust, Floyd Eubanks, W. C. Mal- that office by Gov. Fuller Warren -

Most of us look forward with optimism to 1963 as a lory, and Karl O. Wade. A. Keith Black, Lake City r :1 \1 gJipPED -

year in which new horizons in the growth and progress of attorney, resigned the post due to I :. 'J OXYGEN
The most successful hunting illness. ;: :r: : RADIO
this county can be achieved. Each citizen should do his in : r--
season the history of the Stein-
part in making this possible.We .
hatchee Wildlife ManagementArea County Agent Floyd Eubanks
feel the people of this county can make an in- near here came to a close yesterday said operation pine Q'rj Ambulance Service

dividual contribution to Suwannee's progress by a fluent Sunday, Dec 28. Steve Fickett, seedling in Suwannee County this

expression of their personal opinions concerning the prob- manager of the Area, reported week with 432,000 seedlings already Phone FO 2-3333
lems and issues relative to this area. that 77 deer were checked out at planted on various farms

We intend to reserve space in our editorial columnsfor the checking stations along with and 2,000 scheduled to arrive in
JAMES
B. DANIELS
a public forum to print your ideas and constructive_ 21 turkeys. Live Oak Saturday.

criticism. Your thoughts have considerable impact when That will bring the total to
they appear before others in the public media. Postmaster Frank M., Greene Jr. 632,000 pine seedlings which will FUNERAL HOMEEast
yesterday warned mischievioiis go into Suwannee soil by
We earnestly encourage you to take advantage of pranksters that molesting rural County ,
early next week.
this means of any statement you submit for publication. and city mailboxes was a federal Howard St. S

Keep in mind that we are interested in your ideas and offense and meant a $1,000 fine Mrs. J. L. McMullen won first s

only. require your signature for our confidential files. S. C. BASS JR.

We will not print! your name if you indicate that you Address your statements to the editor of this'news '- ,; ''.." S
would prefer it to be withheld. We do reserve the rightto paper or bring them to this office EMERT POTEET
We
personally.
edit your remarks, ;I"-"'a"we'feel it prudent to do so. you to contribute-your.views to the com mumty-..h-..urge..... '>:
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JANUARY 3, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THREE



I (9f g'lelte6i:f > : .HII f"aTl.ffnlenTurn Out For Annual Military Ball Meet Little Saturday Women To Christmas Pine Grove PartyThe Club Has


Saturday at 12:30 the Little
Pine Grove Home Demon
yk. Women will hold its January
stration Club held their annual
WOMEN luncheon and business meeting
Christmas Party Friday evening,
at the Woman's Club House on
Dec. 21, at the Recreation Cen-
I Duval Street.

Miss Charlotte Wadsworth ter.Turkey
3 and dressing vegetables -
aI Q Miss Dorothy Lee Cannon, and
+
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor pies cakes coffee, and Cokes
Miss Elaine Vann will be host-
: -. L -__ esses. were served at the covered dish

supper.
Greene-Hingson Jack And Jill After eating the group enjoyed -
Mrs Brim Hosts singing Christmas Carols and
RitesMrs. Christmas
Wedding PartyMrs.
playing games. fThose winning
k" .
Irene C. Greene and Rob- Frank Sperring entertained I Goodwill Club prizes were Mrs. Ned Delegal and

ert H. Hingson exchanged nuptial children and parents of the The Goodwill Club met Tues- Miss Caroline Hart.
vows in a double-ring ceremony, Jack and Jill Nursery and Kin- dayDec. 18, in the home of Mrs. Gifts were passed among the
Saturday, December twentysecond dergarten with a Christmas Par- I Phil Brim on White Avenue for members.

at five o'clock in the after- ty Sunday, December 16, at 6 p.m. iI their annual Christmas party with Members and their guests present -
noon in the home of Mrs Greeneon The program was held in the : % all members present. were Mr. and Mrs. Ned Dele-

Martha Street with Judge play room which was decoratedwith The Christmas program was gal, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Detefal,
Reece Brown officiating.The a silver tree and small color- Fr presented after which gifts were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hunter, Mrs.
couple repeated their vows ed lights, by the door was a light- 4 J exchanged and Secret Pals were Bernice Lawson, Mr. and Mrs.
in the presence of the immediate ed Santa Claus. On the piano was' itt revealed. Bob Skeen, Gordon names, Mrs.
family and close friends. a cart with Santa Claus being Mrs. P. C. Powell and Mrs. Ross Jimmy Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mrs. Troy B. Dunn matron ol pulled by two white horses. The Leming won prizes for the games F. Williams, Mrs. W. J. Nipper

honer, wore a brown chiffon with inscription "Noel" ol ornamentswas played. Mrs. A. O. Corbett, Miss Gretcto-
matching accessories. also on the piano. The hostess served refreshmentsof en Hunter Wayne Knight, and
Raymond L. Williams served as The group sang "Merry Christ- punch and cookies. Miss Caroline Hart.
best man. mas To You All." to open the i Mrs. Powell dismissed the meet- .
Mrs. Greene wore a pale pink program, and "Santa Claus Is ing with prayer.
wool sheath with matching acces- Coming", "This Is The BirthdayOf The next meeting will be Tues- Angela Stanford
sories. Jesus", and "The Lord's day, Jan. 8, with Mrs.V.. W.
Mrs. Hingson is connected with Prayer". Other songs were, "Oh -AIH 1P!! Hunter .as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stanfordof
the First National Bank and Mr. Dance Around The Christmas Topeka, Kan., announce the

Hingson with Mott Buick Co. Tree", "Little Baby In The Man- g r Birth AnnouncementMr. birth of a daughter on Dec. 13, at
They will make their home at 220S. ger I Love You" "Up On The A the Military Hospital in Topeka.She .
and Mrs. Rupert, Wood an- has been named Angela
"Cra-r
E. Martha Street. Housetop". "Silent Night",
die Hymn", and Jingle Bells", nounce the birth of a son, December Elizabeth Stanford.Mr. .
Mrs. Sperring told the Christ- 19 in the Suwannee and Mrs. D. R. Stanford of

Miss Bispliam Board mas Story. Singing were Sandy County Hospital.The Live Oak are the paternal grand
baby weighed eight pounds
Dill, Cathy Burns, Shanna Bland. parents.
Hostess MondayMonday Cindy Bass, Nancy Alderman, ten ounces anJ has been named Mrs. M. C. Hitson of Jasper is

afternoon the Executive Kenny Woods and Steven Mont- gIL.l -!; : Rupert Leroy Wood Jr. the maternal grandmother.
Board of the Little 'Women ?;' : Mrs. Wood is the former Mae Mrs. Stanford is the former

met in the home of the club gomery.Following the program the j; Sue Carter. Miss Linda Hitson.. .

president, Miss Kathy Bispham. children and parents went to the
Routine business was discussed Florida Room where Santa Claus Card Of Thanks
after which Miss served Sara Ann Dees
Bispham was waiting to present the girls
We would like to take this opportunity -
refreshments. with dolls and story books the to express our sincere Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dees of
Present were Miss Elaine Vann, boys with guns, holsters, books,
thanks for the floral offerings, Ocala announce the adoption ofa
assistant treasurer: Miss Elaine and yo yos. The parents also received food, the hospital staff, and oth- daughter, Sara Ann, 5-years of
Dennis parliamentarian Miss
: a gift. er expressions of sympathy shownto age. Mrs. Dees is the daughter of
Rose Bass, assistant secretary; The Christmas tree in the Flor- us during the loss of our loved Mrs. Corrine Swilley and the late
Miss Kathy Harris sergeantatarms ida Room was of silver with blue ? "FS+ fL one, Mr. Henry B. Bailey. May Mr. John Lawton Swilley form-
; Miss Charlotte Wads- lights and ornaments. God bless each and every one of erly of Live Oak, and is the sis
worth, first vice president; and Refreshments of fruit punch, you. ter of Mrs. Mildred Voyles of
Mrs. Braxton Dennis and Mrs. L. fruit cake, cookies, nuts, and can- The Henry B. Bailey Family Live Oak.
M. Crews Jr., sponsors. dy were served after which pic-
.
tures were made of the group.
I
Mrs. Fisher To SpeakTo '

Woman's ClubThe i Holiday Visitors National Guardsmen, their wives and guests danced to the rhythm of the music played at the JanuaryWHITE

Woman's Club of Live Oak Feted TuesdayVisiting thirteenth annual military ball held in the Agricultural Coliseum, Dec. 22. Pictured above are (top "

will hold the January luncheon in the home of Mrs. left) Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth of Live Oak, (top right) Col. and Mrs. Ralph C. Davisof Inc.
meeting at the Club House Fri- Elizabeth Hughes and Mr. and Tallahassee, (bottom left) Lt. Col. and Mrs. Albert E. Durrell of Jacksonville, and (bottom right) SALEYour

day, January 4 at 12:30.: Mrs. M. J. Kirby New Year's holidays Lt. Col. and Mrs. George H. Dale of Live Oak. Music was played by a group of musicians under the

Mrs. Eugene V. Fisher of' Tal- were :Mr. and Mrs. H. P. direction of Don Joiner, a former Live Oak resident. Approximately 200 people attended the ball. Friendly Store
lahassee will speak on "Facts Dale of Plant City, Miss Maryse
About The Eye Bank" and high- Dale of Chicago HI., Mr. and I

film light her topic with slides or a Mrs. Steve Dennis and son Bill Krista Sue Gates Party HonoreeMrs. Mrs. C. A. Taylor Is FAMOUS
strip. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harvey and
John L. Gates feted her the honoree were Rhonda Draw- Luncheon HostessThe DAN RIVERSHEETS
sons, Troy and Spencer, and Mr.
dWWVUWUUWWUUWWWUWWWWW daughter, Krista Sue. with a par- dy, Kathy Bryant, Judy Law, Ann TEL Sunday School Class
,
and Mrs. John Shiver and son
LAND Ct.EARING'BUJ..LDOZING.DISCING Elbert Lewis, all of Jacksonville, ty on her eighth birthday Sun- Hurst, Sandra Townsend Tinett of the First Baptist Church met
afternoon, December 30 at Bryant, and Kenneth Bryant. covered
Mr. and Mrs. John Shiver Jr., of day Thursday, Dec. 20, for a
her home. dish luncheon at the home of
Moody Field, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Small or Large Areas Kirby and daughter, Lucille, of Mrs. Clyde Bryant co-hostess Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylor.
CALL Lake City. :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth assisted with the games and the Little Women Visit Present with the thirteen class "The World's Best
Fouraker of Wellborn, and Mr. following received prizes Kathy Sunland Patient members were Mrs. Harris of
H. G. TURNERNight and Mrs. Thomas Soar and chil- Bryant, Sandra Townsend and December 20 members of the Granite Falls N. C.. Mr. and Mrs. Regardless of Price"'VHITE
Krista Sue Gates.Highlights John Milne of Omaha, Neb., and
dren Lou of
Kirby and Betty LittleVomen's Club went to Sun- MUSLIN
FO 2-3395 Rev. and Mrs. Cornelius Davis
of the afternoon wasa
Plant City. land, Gainesville, to give a Christ-
Day WO 32373or and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe 81 x 108 OR
The entire group had dinner tap dance "Christmas Chick- mas Party for one of the patients,
'N
writeP. New Year's Day at the home of enpox" given by Sandra Town- they have sponsored, and the Hill Smith, Mrs. Roy Hunter, and DOUBLE BOTTOM
O. Box 475 Mr. and Mrs. Kirby on Ohio Ave- send, the honoree presented a pa- girls in her cabin. Mrs. Ora Long.all.of Live Oak. FITTED

.. WELLBORN, FLORIDA I nue to celebrate the birthday an- ano solo, "Suppose". Attending were Miss Kathy
II niversary of Mr. Kirby. The birthday cake was deco- Bispham, Miss Charlotte Wads- Beulah Club

rated in yellow, pink, and green worth, Miss Dorothy Lee Can-
enscribed with "Happy Birthday non, Miss Jo Rees, Miss Kathy Held MeetingThe
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING Krista Sue" with eight rosebud Harris Miss Eleanor Deese, Miss Beulah Improvement Club $187
ENGINEERSFOR candle holders holding green Elaine Dennis, Miss Karen Per- met December 27 with 29 pres-'
birthday candles. Christmas cook- ry, Miss Carol Pournelle, Miss: ent. Prior to the business meeting -
LP OR NATURAL GAS ies, ice cream, Hawaiian fruit Elaine Vann, and Mrs. Harvey a covered dish supper was
We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw punch, and party nuts were Perry, Mrs. Sid Allen Jr., and served. S. L. Brothers gave a talk
blueprints for central heating and air conditioning needs
your
81 99 OR
served. Mrs. Braxton Dennis sponsors. on MH-30 and its advantages.Clearance : x
for LP and Natural Gas.
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the Favors of hats, horns, blowoutsand 72 x 99 TWIN BOTTOM FITTED
customer prefers. party baskets of candy were

SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS given the guests.
The decor for the party was a

W. C. COPELAND, JR. Christmas theme of red with roses floral and hol-arrangements On $159 $13

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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963

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StarkeIn [Mrs. Linda Walker, Climate Blows Hot And Cold, In '62, iU. S. Bond Sales

Bow To .


Bulldogs. Funeral Services Average Normal, Weatherman SaysCold Are UnchangedSuwannee


.Held Wave Establishes Nero RecordBy County residents
Tournament Finals MondayFuneral E. K. HAMILTON came within a hair o; buying the
same amount of Series E and H
services for Mrs. Lina Weather records in Suwannee County for 1962 show
Savings Bonds in 1962 as they did
Walker, 72, were held Monday, that the year was close to being a normal one. during the previous year.

Dec. 31, at the Jennings Lake Ad- In spite of seven months of below normal tempera- The difference
was a $32 in
Starke Breaks 39-39 Deadlock To Defeats vent Christian Church near Tren- tures the other five months of above normal figures boosted crease. They bought $87,045 in
Suwannee ton. Rev. J. C. Norman and Rev.E. .
the year's average to 69.00 degrees, just under the 1961. The change was so slight

C. Harvey officiated. normal of 695 degrees. January son was on the morning of March that a percentage figure to show

Down Suwannee In Final MinutesFouls St. Augustine In Interment was in the family started out the new year by being 8, while the last frost was observed the difference was not even com-

plot in the adjoining cemetery.Mrs. cold, 221 degrees below the on April 17. First frost in puted.

Plague Bulldogs In 46.39 Loss Walker passed away Sat- month's normal of 56.0 degrees.On the; fall was on November 6 with The state as a whole purchased

The Suwannee High basketball squad went down in Tournament Clash urday night in the Suwannee a like theme, the year ended the; first freezing temperature being $17,077,433 of Savings Bonds fora

defeat to the Starke Tornados 46-39 on Dec. 22 in the County Hospital after a lengthy with December's 52.32 running recorded nine days lated on sound three per cent increase
Rebounding from a lopsidedloss illness. Born in Gilchrist County under normal tem- November 15. Freezing tempera- last _.
Tournament in Starke. 3.98 degrees a over year's sa
finals at the Christmas Invitational at the hands of Lke City, the ; she lived in Suwannee Coun- peratures of 56.3 degrees. tures were recorded on 16 morn-

Trailing most of the way through the nip and tuck Suwannee High cage team tore ty near Branford for the past 42 There was a wide variance in ings of the year, whereas frost

game, the Bulldogs came from behind in the last four through a befuddled St. Augustine years. She was a member or the rainfall during the year past. was seen on 18 mornings. Mar. 7.14 5.94 4.05

minutes to deadlock the contest five to the tune of 7459. First Magnolia Baptist Church. Weather Bureau stations in the Temperatures fell to below 40 Apr. 3.99 4.67 2.93
led all the Survivors include her husband, May 1.96 2.28 3.31
at 39-39. The Bulldogs way Community and
New Harmony degrees on 48 days of the year
however, were RAD Committee halftime and W. O. Walker of Branford two June 3.64 6.70 6.56
The Bulldogs, with a 38-30 score ; Live Oak were far apart in rain- past. On the other side of the
unable to pull the game out of went on to win the game with a daughters, Mrs. Ruby O'Steen of fall totals for the year. Live.Oak. chart temperatures exceeded 90 July 12.04 4.25 7.59

the fire, and Starke went on to Meets fine team effort.It Ft. White and Mrs. Gladys Ellison recorded 44.55 inches of rain com- degrees on 118 days during 19S2. Aug. 2.81 2.11 6.63

win. Suwannee failed to score in ThursdayThe was a contest in which nearly of Branford; four sons, Ru- pared to a yearly average of 51.80 Sept. 10.59 9.22 5.19

the final four minutes. every member on the Live Oak fus, Ernest, and J. C., all of inches.In New Harmony 52.6Sin- Fog was observed on 51 days Oct. 1.46 0.32 3.04
meeting of the with
thunder
else, monthly Branford, and Herbert of Jack- storms occurring on Nov. 3.95! 2.26 2.22
Fouls, more than anything team scored. Ronald Stricklandwas ches of rain fell into the gauge,
Suwannee Rural Areas Develop- 89 days. Rain fell 117
cost the team a victory. Live Oak the leading scorer with 20 sonville; two sisters, Mrs. Effie this being just over threequarters on daysof Dec. 1.56 2.27 3.34
ment Steering Committee will be the Hail in
was called for 20 violations while points and Ronald Williams collected Jenkins of Old Town and Mrs. of inch above normal but year. was reported -
at 7:30 Thursday at an the
held county three different
Starke received only five. The the Suwannee pm.Valley Electric 14.Coach Rena Fletcher of Branford; three more than eight inches ahead of casions. on oc- 52.65 44.56 51.80

subsequent free shots made the Larry Ross sang the half-sisters, Mrs. Essie Kelly of the Live Oak gauge. !
Building in Live Oak. TEMPERATURE
point difference. praises of the whole team and Trenton, Mrs. Iza Watson of Seven months of the year were Although the weather blew hot
Cake Marketing tewHarmony
Dr. E. W. ,
Ronald Strickland, the high singled out James Poole for a fine Plant City, and Mrs. Nicie Wat- drier than normal at New Har- and cold and had excesses and deficiencies -
Economist, and Ken Gilbreth, Normal Low
point man for the Bulldogs, led effort in rebounding from the son of Plant City; three brothers with eight months being of rainfall, the farm- High
Vegetable Marketing Specialist, mony Jan. 53.79 56.0 80 19
the team in scoring with 13 backboards. Austin Martin of Bell, G. W. deficient in Live Oak. ers of Suwannee County had good
Agricultural Extension Service, Feb. 63.59 57.5 88 32
points. SCORING RECORD Martin of Bell, and Chap Mar- growing season for all crops.
Gainesville, will be present and The year's highest temperaturewas Mar. 59.86 63.6 84 28
Ross said the tournament pro- Suwannee tin Jr., of Gainesville. She had Most tobacco farmers who grow
discuss the possibilities of pro- an even 100 degrees on suc- Apr. 66.88 68.7 93 34
vided some much-needed experi- Williams, W. 8 20 grandchildren and six great- their own plants took advantageof
cessive days, May 27 and 28. Low
ducing and marketing vegetables May 79.06 76.3 100 54
the good weather that
ence for the team which had lit- Flood 8 grandchildren. prevailed -
temperature for the 6 degrees -
in this area.Chairman. year June 80.56 79.9 97 64
tle time to practice before the Williams, R. 14 Pallbearers were Hansel Ross, above zero, set at all time after Christmas and plant
Pomeroy Carter urg- July 83.12 81.0 98 70
start of the season. Strickland 20 Billy Ross, Jimmy Moore, Ed Hil- ed their tobacco seed beds to get
low record for the county when
ed all citizens of the county interested Aug. 81.72 81.2 98 64
The Bulldogs will play bothP. Poole 9 liard, W. B. Bradley Jr., and the mercury took a bone-chilling started on another year.
in this subject to be Sept. 78.26 78.6 96 48
K. Yonge and Mayo there, Dees 9 Carol Hall.Daniels .
plunge the morning of Decem-
present and participate in the on 1962 RAINFALLNew Oct. 70.23 70.6 92 34
but will be home for the follow- Law 6 Funeral Home of Bran- ber 13.
discussion. This is a very impor- Live Nov. 58.64 61.7 81 32
ing three games against Fernan- ford was in charge of
tant meeting which could mean arrange- Residents of the area shivered !. Harmony Oak Avg Dec. 52.32 56.3 79 10
dina, Green Cove, and Santa Fe. 74 ments.
and shook for several days the
as
Jan. 2.48
much for the farmers of the 2.41 3.14 -
SCORING RECORD county, he said.Gambles St. Augustine cold air mass drifted slowly across Feb. 1.03 1.62 3.80 I 69.00 092
Suwannee Pillick 5 Stetson the state. Widespread damage to

Williams, R. 8 Datsel 36 Chapter water pipes, pumps and car radia- ,.
Strickland 13 Hosts Reese 2 tors resulted from this invasionof

Poole 10 For DinnerMr. Bryan 5 Honors Perry Arctic air. Some winter forage CREWS MONUMENT CO.
Dees 6 Branson
and Mrs. Gerald Gamble 7 crops were damaged but recovered Live Oak FO 2-1035 Hiway 90 West
Law 2 were hosts at a Christmas dinneron Fant 4 Bill Perry son of Mr. and Mrs rapidly under the influence i'

December 23. Harvey. Perry of Live Oak, has of warmer weather which fol- THE WISEST ChOICE OF A !ME
39 59 MORIAL is made when the need is
been .
tapped into Stetson University's lowed.A
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Present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl not immediate. Families invited
Starke Chapter of Omicron Delta further look at the weather are -
Jenkins Bowdoin of Perry Mr. and Mrs. to inspect north-central Fl orl- ''
7 Virgil Scott and Worth Scott of Kappa, National Men's Leader- records shows that the wettest da's newest memorial display.

Bishop 8 Miami, Capt. and Mrs. Cecil Mc- Henry B. Bailey ship Honorary. Perry is a senior.. day was on July 18 when 3.56 inches -

Moore Hobbs 3 Cullersand Dianne of Columbia, Membership in the fraternityis of rainfall was recorded. ..:

Moody 19 S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Car- Funeral Services extended to students and facul- Longest period without rain oc- Marble and Granite
2 michael of Tallahassee, :Mr. and ty members who have high standards curred during a 13 day period
Williams
7 Mrs. T. W. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. of character, scholarship and l from October 8 to 21 inclusive. Duplications and LetteringLIVE

46 Otho Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Held WednesdayFuneral leadership in campus life. Last freeze of the spring sea-

Scott and baby, Mr. and Mrs.
u.............................a -
. Byron Scott and children, Mr. services for Mr. HenryB.

:. FOR YOUR :. and Mrs. Ralph Scott Mr. and Bailey were held Wednesday A. L "Aubrey'WARD

TREE Mrs. Rudolph Scott, Allison Dec. 26 in the Pine Grove Metho-I
: TRIMMING & :
Scott, Miss Elizabeth Haddon, dist Church with the Rev. Tom
: TREE REMOVAL :
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carmichael, Allen and the Rev. Howard Fin- SPREADER SERVICE"WE
:
TRENCHING OR and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Scott, all kell officiating.

, DITCHING of this city. Interment followed in the SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS"

church cemetery.Mr. .
CALL Fast and Courteous Service OAK. FLORIDA
Bailey, 79-year-old residentof

! FloodConstruction 7cz9 S local Suwannee County, died in a Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271 Adults Phone 50c FOrest Children 2-3111 20c

hospital Monday, Dec. 24,
Co. following a brief illness. The life- McALPIN, FLORIDA BOX Tax OFFICE Included OPENS

c: long resident of this county owned Monday Through Friday 3:15
Near Harrell's Store Road
666why on Mayo
: FO 2-2101 : and
r ,I t operated a farm in the Saturday 12:45
:..............................1 e Pine Grove Community for the Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
past 50 years.

I Mr. Bailey is survived by his THURSDAY-FRIDAY. JANUARY 3-4
GET THE 3-PLOW DIESEL THAT
widow, Mrs.
Ruby Bailey; one

daughter, Mrs. O. H. Abernathy of PAYS OFF FAST! BURT LANCASTER
Ft. Lauderdale; one sister, Mrs.

suffer from Ada Harrell of Live Oak; and one Get a "show-how" demonstration of the new MasseyFerguson In

brother, Cossie Bailey of Live 35 Diesel Deluxe. Get facts on how this diesel delivered

Oak. He had four grandchildren. 12V2% more power than ever before averaged less than 1% BIRD MAN OF ALCATRAZAlso
COLD WEATHERBad Active pallbearers were Gordon gallons of fuel per hour at official tests. See the exclusive

Raines, James Hagan, Vance Ferguson System in action. It provides fuel-saving weight-

Hagan,Fred Wigelsworth, Claude transfer traction precise implement control. Call us now.
Johns and We'll bring one to your place. Run it. test it. be con-
Humor ,
Cauley Hunter.
? vinced. Buy it on the Massey-Ferguson Retail Time PaymentPlan. CARTOON NEWS
Honorary pallbearers were Paul .

Umstead, Lamar Johns, Ned Dele- SATURDAY JANUARY 5
gal Perry Cannon, John Flood,
Get New LOW COST Hugh Lewis, Leon McDonald, J. L.
TYRONE POWER SUSAN IIAYWARDIn
McMullen, Worth Howard, El- ltr ALLBRITTON BROS.

wood Howard, Bernard Weaver,
f AMERICANtandardr Phillip Griffin, Arie Lee, Otha
! TRACTOR CO.
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-- Bethea
-- and Claude Jones. RAWHIDEFeature

Wilson and Brannon Funeral
V 215 W. 5TH ST. FO 2-2381
Whole House Heating and CoolingFor Home of Lake City was in chargeof

the arrangements.
No. 2-

free ettfmof cal
1.S 1. DAVID LADDIn



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PHONE FO 2.2188 A\ SHOE SALEFall RAYMIEAlso




I MONSTER AND APE NO. 3 CARTOONTRAPEZE
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A Thought For Today Fall and Styles For The Entire Family SUNDAY-MONDAY. JANUARY 6-7

By BRODY a HARRIS

Flats and Sports Values to $9.99 JERRY LEWISIn


C "Any man may make a mistake; none but a fool Sale Priced $3.90 $4.90 $5.90

will stick to it. Second thoughts are best as the
Cicero IT'S ONLY MONEYAlso
z
proverb
r' says
Ladies Dress Styles Values to $19.99 .
Making of mistakes is no particular disgrace.

? However a chauvinistic attachment to a mistake Sale Priced $7.90 $10.90 $12.90
t once it is unmasked is rank foolishness. Mistakes
'" have a certain left-handed value in that their auth- CARTOON NEWS

_.__ > ors can salvage something from their making; the Children. Dress Styles Values to $9.99 .
S elimination of a thought, an act or a plan which is TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 8-9
patently wrong.SUWANNEE a Sale Priced $4.90. $5.90

BURT LANCASTER TONY CURTIS

Men Dress Styles Values to $16.99 GINA LOLLOBRIGEDAPAGE

FUNERAL HOME 5.. Sale Priced $7.90 9.90 In


OHIO AVE.FREE. '




All styles are from our regular -Feature No. 2-


stock of Famous Brands Natura-: JAMES MASON NEVILLE BRANDHEROE'S


e lizer, Joyce, Jacqueline, Connie, In


Coed, Johansen, Buster Brown, COMPANY ISLANDAlso

Jarman, Florsheim, Bob Smart..Not LIV* OAKS FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE


s every size in every style but all_ SHOE DEPT.

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S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor

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Mrs Joseph Davis Cundiff, Jr.

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....... LADIESBLOUSE LADIES
.:;;.d::.:.':... '.. L ADIES DRESSES HATS
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v :.::.' "fG:.... ::';:": Values to $10.98 ; AND Were $4.98
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......::.:;:'i?."::.'::;,;:,<.W::::::;;H:&, NOW$4, 98 $ 6 9 8 4MISKIRT SETS :C'\ Now $2.00

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i '.:,>,...;.:.:.....:.,...:..::.:.,.!,> Were $5.98
'.,. ""v:

,'..:T'.'.::'.:1' -: : Now $3.98 4'JValues l
) 1kb / :. ..;:.J Ladies Sweaters

; .9 Y .':.":- LADIES


.... *" .. to $7.98
WOOL SKIRTS
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t y j .. + NOW 3LIJ MJ $2.9g (


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LADIES Sizes 10-44 HOUSE COATS LADIES SIM L LNOW 11 f


.:j irF l vYsi... Values to $5.98 ; NYLON HOSE
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w WITH OR '"
_,,, $2.49 $2.98 WITHOUT SEAMS SETS

1st Quality
$3.98BIFLEXIJRAS' Reg. 97c O

> NOW2Pr. LADIES Were $4.98NOW

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Regular andPreShaped BLOUSES

.. ,., y ly t :l $ :
+ w ii4wawwx V L'd'ti'Mr :
$1.00 $2.98$3.98GIRLS
Q
and Mrs. Fred Kempton Blackburn of Greenville, N. C. & I $1.98
announce the marriage of their daughter, Lynda Joyce, to Joseph
Davis Cundiff, Jr., on Thursday, the sixth of December at St.
Paul's Methodist Church, Tallahassee.
Mr. Cundiff is the son of Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Davis Cundiff Sr., '
of this city He graduated from Suwannee High School and is SKIRTS ( ; GIRLSSLIM
now in the Air Force and is stationed at Goosebay, Labrador..
,3 Values to $4.98NOW
Mrs. Cundiff is attending Florida State University,Tallahassee.
a JIM t pA'
:

-, Here And There c $1.98 and $2.98 SETS

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Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Swil- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart, Miss
ley and son Douglas, of West Caroline Hart, Miss Sharon Hart,
Palm Beach spent the Christmas Mrs.W.. J. Nipper and Claude ; Sizes 3-14
holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. Adams spent Sunday Dec. 23 in GIRLSHOUSE
the Palatka visiting Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Voyles. Also spending
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Don Nipper and family and Mrs. Values to $5.98NOW
Voyles were Mrs. Voyles' sister. Ted Green Sr. Also visiting Mr. COATS
Mrs. Myrtice Dees, of Ocala, and and Mrs. Nipper were Mrs. Dora -
her mother Mrs. Corrine Swilley. Boone and Mrs. Lillie Gillikan of 'LJ- Were $3.98
Eighteen were present on Chris- Miami and Mrs. Clyde Wallace / GIRLS
Day.Musgroves. and son Vic of New Smyrna
mas
Beach. Now $1.99 Glm.s $2.98 & $3.98
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Milton and GIRLS SLIM JIMS
Hosts For children. Glenda, Randy and

Rehearsal DinnerMr. Mr.Nedra and spent Mrs.Christmas Eston Milton Day with in CAR COATS SWEATERS Sizes 2-14
and Mrs. Corbett Musgrove Quitman. Ga. dr
entertained with a rehearsal din- Mrs. Lois T. Westmark of Pen-. LARGE SELECTION CARDIGANS $1.79 & $2.49SOX
ner for the Jones-Musgrove wed- sacola, visited with her son and Were $10.98 ff ;
ding party following the rehear- GIRLS Sizes 2-14
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
sal Friday. December twenty- Frank Westmark, during the Now $6.98 Values to $5.98 t F
eighth at the Masonic Lodge in Christmas holidays. Dr. and Mrs. :
Keystone Heights. R. E. Carson of Gainesville. Mrs. DRf'SES' NOW ONLY
The tables where the guests Westmark's parents, also visited Were .
were seated were overlaid with with the family and enjoyed $$5:98: $2.98 & $3.98
lavender and white satin cloths, Christmas dinner. Now : :
table in white the next in
one Miss Sharon Hart Miss Caro- COME PICK YOURS
lavender. On these tables were line Hart, and David Morgan
arrangements of mums grapes' attended the Cameron-Hall wed- Were $6.98 WHILE STYLES AND For Boys and
and ivy in contrasting colors to ding in Jennings Saturday af- SIZES ARE COMPLETE
the cloths. ternoon. Now $4.98 Girls25cPair
The buffet table was overlaid Miss Mary Maude Mills student GIRLS PAJAMAS
with a white cutwork cloth over at FJ5.U. spent the holidays Were $4.98 99
lavender satin and was centered with her mother Mrs. Rees Mills
with a silver and crystal epergneof Miss Nancy Browning studentat Now $3.98 $1.98
lavender and white mums. RS.TJ. spent the holidays with
Flanking the centerpiece were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
three branched silver candelabra Browning.Mrs. .
holding lighted lavender tapers. W. J. Nipper Miss Caro-
The silver coffee service was line Hart and Miss Sharon Hart
placed on the credenza with a spent Friday morning in Lake i ;BOYS We invite you to come by and seethe drastic
large silver wine cooler of sago
palm and white mums placed at City.Mr.. and Mrs. L. F. Williams

the Miss other Jones end.and Mr. Musgrove spent and Mrs.Christmas D. Williams Day in with Monti-Mr. SWEATERS reductions made in our first line merchandise.

, presented their attendants with ,
gifts at this time. cello.Miss Gretchen Granberg student J :
Mrs. C. G. Howell of Madison at the U. of Fla.
spent the Were $4.98 These
, and Mrs. A. R. Rigsby of this holidays with her parents Mr. prices and many others throughout the
city assisted in serving. Mrs. and Mrs. H. E. Granberg.Miss $
Niels Brorsen and Mrs. Frank Bonnie Faye Stewart of
Jones presided over the coffee Jacksonville kJ Now $3.49.
spent Christmas with
store for stock
enough to
service. are reason
her Stewart.Mr.parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse _; .. .: you up

First Methodist\ MYF and Mrs.Hall Leggett Miss '

Attends PageantThe Wynelle gett, and Leggett Everett Jimmy Reynolds Don all Leg-of 1M -: BOYSPAJAMAS : now. These items must go to make room for

MYF of the First Metho- Largo spent last Monday with I4\\ ,
dist Church attended the Christ- Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Palmer.
mas Pageant at Vashti School in,' Capt. and Mrs. Cecil McCullers our spring fashions. BesureandcomeinwhileBOYS
Thomasville Ga. Vashti School returned to Columbia S. C., Saturday -
Is supported by the Women's So- after a visit with their par-
,ciety of Christian Service of all ents and other relatives.Mr. .
the Methodist Churches. and Mrs. John Pringle of CAR COATS $1.98 styles and sizes are complete. '
Those attending were Nancy St.Petersburg spent the week end
Taylor Bernie Weaver Judy with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn, Bill Townsend Elizabeth Seldon McCullers.
LEADING STYLES. PILE LINED
Pittman George Dale, Susan .
Pittman John Perry Alford, Bob- The completely restored antebellum SOME HOODEDValues
by Dale Michael Pittman. Susan Gamble Mansion Is the
Hunter. Hank McKeithen. Jeff chief attraction of the Judah P. Sizes 2 to 14 Gilmore's StoreNOW
i Department
Rowland Becky Pittman, Garles- Benjamin Historic Memorial at
ton Pournell James Kent Danny Ellenton. to $10.98
Brabham. Marjorie Dees. Terry .
Broughton. Jackie Ratliff. Eleanor A new campground featuringover
Dees Janet Broughton Mrs. 70 tent and trailer campsiteswas .. w. Howard Street Phone FO 2-1016
'Woodrow Dees Mrs. Jason Ken- recently opened at Jonathan '
non ahd Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dickinson State-Park neat,>He-be M .. .98 to $68. ". ... -; r...,.,:r. LIVE OAK, FLORIDATHURSDAY
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SIX SUWA NEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963




County Ministers9 Column ( farming.Millions tn.of fact city, 4 jobs out depend of 10 jobs on : I Beachville I


ThePastor's I!a/I 0j the Week\ in private agriculture.employment All those are relatedto pay-


checks help expand American We were very glad to have good Beach and sons, Steve and Scott

CornerBy o buying power all along the line. attendance at Sunday School all of Gainesville.

It would be hard to find a more Sunday 39 were present. Let's George Bowers, U.s.A.F., and

important customer than American try to keep improving the inter- Mrs. Bowers and children who
The
Agriculture.The are stationed in North Georgia
REV. JAMES WALKUP est.Mr.
word "Farmer" should and Mrs. O. D. Beach and were guests of Mrs. L. J. Cannor
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church -
stimulate the image of a modern grandson Gary Beach, were Sunday and Mrs. Cannon we.::*-

"John Doe passed away yester dentally" is always omitted from business man, because that's just Christmas Day guests of Mr. and home with them for a'i t

day. He is survived by his wife. the actual wording it is in too II what today's farmer is an efficient Mrs. Bill Barkley and daughtersin Bobby Koon visited relatives In

Jane. four children and six grand- many instances quite evidently businessman who makes a Newberry.Mr. Lake City a few days last wet i

children. Services will be at Cove- implied. major contribution to our way of and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Adk'.c.-;

nant Church tomorrow afternoonat These then are the credentials life. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tidwell and spent Friday afternoon and Sif-

four with the Rev. Mr. PaulM. which many people will presentfor : I Mrs. L. J. Cannon were guests of urday in the deer woods.

Roe officiating. Mr. Doe will admission into heaven on that u' Origin. of the famed American Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starlin? of Remember next Sunday 5

be sorely missed by his community. ..... ,-. last day. Not only will they prove frigate Constitution's nickname, Brooker on Christmas Day. preaching day. Our pastor. Be:

He had serv-: inadequate' then but they come "Old Ironsides", is explained in Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom who M. A. Carter, Is still ill but wes ::1

ed for ten yearsas woefully short of providing the the National Geographic Society'snew spent the past month visiting have a visiting speaker. VIMIUJ s

chairman of ; joy and peace of eternal life book, "Men, Ships, And The their sons Ray and Cohen and cordially invited to come and
: ..
the CountYI! : :... :::;"; which ought to be ours h'rend hi Sea". families in Hartsfield S. C., returned worship with us.

Chapter of thett; .. : t.' j now. For eternal e is not some- The name came from a gunner home last Friday. II

National Good::.': ''+ r-.'..':! thing which can be bought or ... who saw solid shot bouncing off Christmas Day guests of Mr The famous shell collection of

Health CommitMC; :i: :. .1 earned it is the free gift of her oaken sides in the battle with and Mrs. Willie Beach were Mr. St. Clare Whitman is housed ir;

tee. He was Exalted -* ".:.,:,:..:: ... J God through Jesus Christ. the British Guerriere during the and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill and son, the museum at the Cedar Kr

Muluck of..' ': .' :.:;":'< Were there credentials such as War of 1812. I Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Historic Memorial.

the : the above which delivered the

Lodge tal Shieks of !:{\: :, Israelites from the angel of death -

headed in Egypt? No. it was the bloodof
the
for eight years he the lamb sprinkled on the
Christmas party for underprivi- H. M.WARD&SONS
doorposts of believers' houses.
leged children. He had only recently -
Were there credentials such as
been awarded the twenty
these which earned for the penitent RT. 4 BOX 284-A
pin in the Bull Club for ,

perfect year attendance. He had servedas thief at Jesus' death entrance T .. Office Phone SP 6-2191 Repair Shop Phone SP 6-2181
into Paradise? Certainly not. As
chairman treasurer -
attendance
far as we know this crook had DISTRIBUTORS FOR
and president of the Do Good
never done any good thing or
Club. He had also won seven
earned any such honors in his INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZERS
grand prizes in the Smart Dog
lifetime. It was the self-giving,
Club. Incidentally he was a mem- sacrificial Lamb of God which "The doctor will be with :'ou in a minute-please be seated." Southern NITROGEN Anhydrous AMMONIA

ber of the church where servicesare
taketh the sin of the world
away
to be held." which opened for him the way. Florida's CASH MARKET FOR SHELLED CORN
Save for the word "incidentally" Space Age Agriculture Is

in the last sentence this obit- If good works, honors or posi-
read tions of importance could earn PRODUCE LUSH PASTURES BY LETTING US APPLY
uary is typical of many we
daily. But although the "inci- for us eternal life either now or Largest Industry, $3-Billion YearlyBy Southern Nitrogen Anhydrous Ammonia

after death/ then the death of
ON YOUR PASTURE.
Paul Crews
Jesus Christ was the most use- .
USE less and foolish sacrifice the Space-age farming is big business. Agriculture's as-

.world has ever known. sets in this country total 207-billion dollars. That equals Phone SP 62181FOR

What are the credentials which three-fourths of the assets of all corporations in the United

FUCO you will present at heaven's gate? States. In Florida alone, farming is a 3 billion dollar a FAST, ECONOMICAL REPAIR SERVICEON

Will they be only the ones pre- year industry, backed up by a 10-billion dollar investmentin ALL YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT

Brand sented by John Doe or will it b3 equipment. plex industry-sized spreads. To- BRING IT TO OUR SHOP

the blood of the perfect Lamb of As you drive along Florida day, Florida farmers have more

God sprinkled on the doorpost of highways do you ever wonder money invested in their well man- WE MANUFACTURE

InsecticideFOR your heart? what's become of all those small aged farm lands than the farm-
SPRAYERS FARM TRAILERS
'Incidentally', he was a member -i farms with one or two family ers in some 46 other states.

of the church where services. cows a barnyard flock of chick- During 1961 Florida citrus pro- ,

BEST RESULTS are to be held." "Incidentally", ens, and a few patch-size plots of ducers alone spent 40-million dollars I CULTIVATORS AND COULTERS

the Lord will reply "I know you vegetables? Those little farms of for hired labor. And. these

not." yesteryear have grown into corn- same growers paid 10-million dollars -

in state and county taxes.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD closure entered in a case pending in Last year Florida was exceededby
Public NoticesIN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR said Court. the style of which is only one other state in the
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.AT INSTITUTE FOR ESSENTIAL HOUSING -
A
LAW. INC.. sales value of vegetables producedfor riiri; rETi j ; HYllPPOlrttlf
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUC- Plaintiff.ANDREW the fresh market. In addition

THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF IN AND THE TION FLORIDA OF a SUWANNEE Political Subdivision COUNTY of VI. MEUSE and his wife. Florida ranks third in the south- I
THIRD
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FLOR- the State of Florida. ELEANOR MEUSE east in beef cattle production
Plaintiff. Defendants.and -
IDA. IN CHANCERY.SUIT its forests billion
and
TO FORECLOSE vs. the case number of which is num- support a O MISCELLANEOUSVISIT O FOR SALEFOR
MORTGAGE TOM DELEGAL and his wife. JEN- ber 4SO. dollar industry. And, Floridians
ESSENTIAL HOUSING NIE C. DELEGAL. JOE ABRAMS WITNESS my hand and the official LITTLE ADS
INSTITUTE! FOR a single person. EVA ROBINSONand seal of said Court this 26th day of spent more money per person on
INC. Plaintiff.VI. her husband. CURLEY ROBIN- December. 1962. ornamental plants than the resi- BIG RESULTS ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

SON and Julia WILCOX. a single LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS, dents of other state. Machine. machlneless and cold guaranteed not to leak.
person by divorce. Clerk of the Circuit Court of any
JAMES IAN MOORE MOORE and and HARRISON his wife.HOMES.MAR- Defendants. Suwannee County Florida Agrt-Business is Florida's big- BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE wave permanents given. OP Ottfcs Brown Motors. cge tf
NOTICE OF CONDEMNATIONIN (SEAL) Whatever the will rators-Annie Mills. Mary
purpose, you H.
INC.. gest business. The food tourists
THE NAME OF AND BY THE By Geraldine M. Gamble, D.C. FOR SALE-New and used pian-
Defendants. find Democrat classifieds do
STATE OF FLORIDA: 33-34 eat. and the tobacco clothes and Drew Boatright, Myrtice Croft, \
ORDER TO APPEAR DEFENDTO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and the job, quickly and welL and Frances Johnson. Phone os. Frier Music Co.. North Ohio
AND NOTICE TO
paper products they use are part
Tom Delegal and his wife Jennie C.
DEFENDANTS. JAMES - Ave.. Live Oak FO 2-2188.
: THE Delegal of Live Oak. Suwannee County NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS OR of Florida's agri-business. FO 2-1831. cge tfPOWELL'S
MOORE whose last known addressis TRADE NAME LAW INSERTION tf
Florida: Joe Abrams. a single per- DEADLINE FOR cge
Route 2. Box 1S6-A. Lake City. scm, of Live Oak. Suwannee County. I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Manufacturing has become an
5:00 PJVL Tuesdays
Florida. and MARIAN Moore whose and her husband Notice is hereby given that the undersigned DIESEL SERVICEnow
Florida Eva Robinson -
: important Florida but
enterprise. SALE Ford tractor notary -
FOR ,
Route 2, Box -
is
last known address
pursuant to the fictitious
Curley Robinson of Sarasota, LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Motor rebuilding
136-A. Lake City. Florida. Sarasota County. Florida and Julia name statute Chapter 20953, or Section most of the raw products used by open. mower, harrow, double
You. and each of you are hereby notified Wilcox, a single person by divorce, of 865.09 Florida Statutes. 1941. will manufacturing plants come fromFlorida's 2V$ cents per word, with a Repairs on trucks, tractors, and bottom plow and trailer. FO 2-
that a complaint to foreclose a Sarasota. Sarasota County. Florida. register with the Clerk of the Circuit minimum jf 75*. cars. E. Conner St. Phone FO 2- ,
certain mortgage upon the following and to all persons having or claiming Court in and for Suwannee County. 20-million acres of tree (AU classifieds must be paidin 2564. cge tf
described property in Suwannee County. mort- Florida. upon receipt of proof of publication 1797. cge tf
any right title interest. estate farms, 700-thousand acres of citrus advance.
Florida. to-wit: other lien to and in those certain of this notice the fictitious name
or Purebred EngIhShepherd
gage FOR SALE
A 1% acre tract of land borderingon of land situate in Suwan- to-wit: and 8-million acres of other -
parcels FREE
Hickory Drive of Suwannee nee County. Florida. hereinafter des- Carl's Radio And TV Service farms and ranches. ONE WEEK When you need a truck or have pups, male $15.00,
Ranehettes Development in Suwan- cribed. together with all unknown per- under which I will engage in business.I Classifieds ordered for four something to haul up to 12 tons female $10.00. M. M. Bradow
nee County Florida. more particu- expect to in business in Live Retail merchandising is also a
sons claiming by, through and under engage weeks the last week free.
run call FO 2-1851 night. We
The South 75 day or
larly described as: known persons who are dead and who Oak Florida and my address is 104 major economic factor but the O'Brien. WE 5-3123. pbbe 31-34
feet of Lot 158 in Section "C" of are not known to be dead or alive: East Howard Street. $2,25 will pay for a 30 word do long distance moving. Also
Suwannee Ranchette Developmentof WHEREAS, the Board of Public Instruction The extent of ownership is entire. most important group of retail advertisement for four weeks. tanks. Coastal Bermuda hay for sale
Florida. Inc.. as recorded with CARL HAWKINS JR. pump out septic
of Suwannee County. Florida businesses in terms of sales Use Suwannee Democrat ClassIfieds -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in has filed its petition in eminent domain Dated this 17th day of December AD. pbbe 31-34 1 to 100 tons pick up or will
Bocrk 112. Live Oak. Su the retail food for Proven Results.
1. page proceedings in the above entitled Court 1962. are stores and
deliver. L. L. Barnett Jr., Phone
subject to
County Florida.
wannee CARL HAWKINS
against the persons whose names and JR. they depend on farms for most
reservations. oil. gas and mineral places of residence are hereinabove setout 32-35. WE 5-3247 or WE 5-2953. 0'-
leases and easements. of what sell.
agreements they
being the defendants in such cause.
Brien pdej 31-38
righta-of-way. zoning ordinances. wherein the Petitioner seeks to condemnthe IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Suwannee County farmers and S Motor Rewinding HELP WANTED
and limitations of
restrictions
record act JUDGE, SUWANNEE
fee simple title to the property COUNTY
if any. forth in said petition so that the same FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN others throughout the state and FOR SALE Model B John
has been filed against you, and each of may be used for the development of a RE: Estate of nation make a major contribu- WANTED Women to work soda Deere tractor with 2-row bottom -
and and each of -
are required
you
you you public school site to-wit: HARDY H. HUNTER. Repairs and RewindingAny
to serve a copy of your answeror PARCEL NO. 1 Lot Five (5) of Block Deceased.To tion to America's economy. fountain and curb. Apply In plow, harrow planters. and
pleading to the complaint on Plaintiffs "E" addition to AD Creditors and Persons American Kind Electric Motor A W Drive In.
College Heights an Haying farmers and their person, & fertilizer distributor. Mrs. W J
attorney. the City of Live Oak. Florida according Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Also Sales and Service
Brannon. Brown. Norris & Vocelle to the plat thereof on file You and each of you are hereby noti- families are good customers as cge tf Nipper, FO 2-2988. cge tf
State Exchange Bank Building in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit fied and required to present any claimsor well as outstanding producers. CALL
Lake City. Florida Court. and in Section 22. Township demands which you. or either of you. They 27-billion dollars McCnllers Electric Motor Repair WANTED Waitresses for the FOR SALE One large Kenmorcgas
and file the original answer or pleadingin 2 South. Range 13 East; may have against the estate of HAR- spend a
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit PARCEL NO. 2 Lot Six (6) of Block DY H. HUNTER deceased late of year for equipment goods and Telephone Day FO 2-3278 night shift at Dixie Grill and stove like new. Asa Hud
Court in and for Suwannee County. "E". College Heights an addition to said County to the County Judge of -Night FO 2-3326 tf
services to Steer Room. cge son P. O. Box 64, Branford
Florida, on or before the 21 day of the City of Live Oak. Florida according Suwannee County. Florida. at his officein carry on farming
January, 1963. If you fail to do scr a to the plat thereof on file in the court house of said County at enterprises. They also spend an- 217 E. Howard St. pge 24
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Live Oak Florida within six calendar Hunter Bros. Building Sales Position Open Young
against you for the relief demanded in Court and in Section 22. Township 2 months from the time of the first pub- other 15-billion for consumer items -
the complaint.This South. Range 13 East; lication of this notice. Each claim or such as food. clothing. drugs cajj tf man between ages 21 and 35.
Order and Notice shall be published You and each of you are hereby commanded demand shall be in writing and shall starting salary $80.00 week, five 0 For Sale-Real Estate
in the Suwannee Democrat. a to be and appear in and before state the place of residence and post furniture. appliances and other
newspaper of general circulation pub- said Circuit Court on the 14th day of office address of the claimant and shall products and services. day week. Inquire between 8
lished in Live Oak Suwannee County. January. 1963 to show what interest be sworn to by the claimant. their agent CALL US FOR am. and 5 p.m. Monday thru FOR SALE Home at 316 He-
Florida once each week for four con- and show attorney and such
you have in said property to any claim or ..
secutive weeks. MOTOR REWINDING Friday. Live Oak Coca-Cola venston Avenue. Three bedrooms -
cause why it should net be taken for demand not so filed shall be void.
DONE AND ORDERED at Live Oak. the uses and purposes set forth in said JAMES B. DANIELS JR. Bottling Co., Helvenston and large Florida Room,
Florida this 7th day of December. 1962. Petition else be barred. As administrator of the Estate of
or CXPCRT WORKIUASONA.LR
LAVAUGHN SESSIONS WITNESS my hand and seal of said Hardy H. Hunter deceased 1'T ,Tl11l7TI White Sts., Live Oak Fla. entral heat. attic fan tile ;
Clerk of Circuit Court Court this 7th day of December. 1962. 32-35 : J' i#' TF.IiJ PMICMEARL cajj 34 bathroom, Venetian blinds i
Suwannee County. Florida LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS C.
(SEAL) ; J.'IaJjliJ; LOUIE C. WADSWORTH Eu-
Clerk Circuit Court IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY :
WOOLEYMayo
By: Lavaughn A. Sessions Suwannee County, Florida JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY. wannee Democrat, Phone FOjrest

S1-S4 Deputy Clerk 81-84(SEAL) By Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C. IN FLORIDA.RE GERTRUDE: Estate of U. HUNTER.IN PROBATE. = Introducing NEW! Phone FOrest, 22490tfcaae Road FOR RENT 2-1734. nc tfl i

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR Deceased. .." House for sale or rent at Pea]
TRADE NAME LAW NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE To All Creditors and Persons Having lMe6 FOR RENT Furnished guest cock Lake. Call FO 2-2319 or]
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: house. Contact Mrs. Irby Black.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Lavaughn A. Sessions. Clerkof You and each of you are hereby noti- Z FO 2-2935. cge tf]
pursuant to the fictitious the Circuit Court of Suwannee County fied and required to present any claimsor cge tf ..-.J..
name statute. Chapter 2095S. or Section Florida. will. on the 7th day of demands which you, or either of you WANTED FOR SALE Almost new brick
865.09. Florida Statutes. 1941. will January. 1968. at 11:00 o'clock A. M. at may have against the estate of GERTRUDE HEARING '
register with the Clerk of the Circuit the front door of the Court House in U. HUNTER deceased. late of FOR RENT Downstairs front home on Pearl St. Three be

Court in and for Suwannee County Live Oak. Suwannee County. Florida. aid County, to the County Judge of WANTED Used band instru- apartment. Very comfortable. rooms two tile bathrooms, cai-
Florida. upon receipt of proof of publication offer for sale and sell at public outcry Suwannee County. Florida. at his office GLASSES
of this notice the fictitious to the highest and best bidder for t> the' court house of said County at ments of all kinds. Must be in convenient location. Call FO 2- port, storage room, and screei-

name. to-wit: cash the following described property Live Oak. Florida. within six calendar by good condition. Call FO 21192.J. 2208. cge tf ed porch. Kitchen is beautf-jr;
COLLINS COURT APARTMENTS situate in Snwannee County Florida. months from the time of the first pub- ..
(Formerly Blue Lodge Village) to-wit: lication of this notice. Each claim or MAICOEi L. Bevel, Principal Douglass paneled and has built-ln-cves
under which I will engage in business. Begin at the NW Corner of the SK demand shall be in writing and shall High School. cge tf FOR RENT Two bedroom and table-top-stove. CfT.trfcl:
I expect to engage in business in Live of the NEVi of the SW% of the state the place of residence and post : house trailer furnished. Also
Oak. Florida and my addr-ss is Highway NWtt of Section 20. Township 5>> office address of the claimant. and shall Look better, hear better heating. Call FO 2-1389 or FO
90 West. South. Range 15 East. run South a be sworn to by the claimant. their ag with advanced design WANTED TO RENT Permanent lights and water furnished $40 2-1387. cle
The extent of ownership is entire. distance of 75 ft. to a point; thence ent. attorney and any such claim or CELEBRITY Hearing pastures. woods pastures month. Call FO 2-2092.
CECIL C. COLLINS deflecting to the left 90* run East- demand not so filed shall be void. per
Dated this 6th day of December A D. erly a distance of 660 ft. to a JAMES B. DANIELS JR. Glasses. You'll be and farm acreage for cows in cge U FOR SALE Large six roof|
1962. point; thence deflecting to the left As administrator of the Estate of sl4 amazed at the hi-fi clar- Suwannee County. Phone FO 2- house with bath and fro
CECIL C COLLINS 90* Northerly to the NE Corn Gertrude U. Hunter deceased.
run
b4' Easy no-strain hearing
3235IN ity. 2788. tf FOR RENT Two bedroom porch large lot. Or will trade
31-St er of the S% of the NEVi! of the y will make look cge ,
SW% of the NW% ; thence deflecting you furnished house at 809 DarrowSt. for small farm near Live Oak
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. to the left 90* run Westerly THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ; ten years younger.A .
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY a distance of 660 ft. to the point IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY !: : SALESMAN WANTED Also house with running Call FO 2-1999 after 5 pm
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN of beginning; FLORIDA. IN PROBATE hot water, space heaters and paej 33kFOR
RE: The Estate of The East 38 ft. and the West 33 IN RE: The Estate of Laboratory Trained
COLONEL ALBERT LANDEN. ft. thereof subject to public road CLARA If. GREENE. Hearing Aid Consultant from large garden space on corner of SALE By owner t
Deceased. right-of-way; Deceased. SALESMEN: The Bankers Life Lee and Bryson St. Call FO 2-
SUBJECT to NOTICE TO bedroom modern home otij
NOTICE TO CREDITORS reservations oil gas CREDITORS
AU creditors of the Estate of Colonel and mineral leases and agreements AU creditor of the Estate of Clara MAICO HEARING and Casualty Co. (White Cross 2236 before 9 ajn. or after 7 Houston St. Will sell or trade.]
Albert Landen. deceased are hereby no- easements right-of-way. zoning M. Greene. deceased. are hereby notified Plan) operating in 48 states has p.m. pie 34
tified and required' to file any claimsor ordinances restrictions of record and required to file any claims 01 SERVICE Good terms. Geo. B. Dees FO
demands which they may have against if any. Grantor hereby grants to demand which they may have against increased their mailing and lead 1688 or FO 2-1599. cge
.aid estate in the Office of the CountyJudge grantee all oil and mineral rightsto Hid estate in the office of the Comity JACKSONVILLE 2, FLORIDAWill returns can keep 2 additional men Apartment for rent $35 monthly ,
of Snwannee County. Florida in said property now owned by Judge of Snwannee County Florida, in
the Court House at Live Oak. Florida. grantor; the Court House at Live Oak. Florida Give FREE Hearing Tests busy fulltime enrolling people in conveniently located no
within sU (6) months from the date Said described property may also within six (I) calendar month from"thedt t.hL1lmmediate area. Our leadingmen children. Call FO 2-1056. cge 34 O WORK WANTED
of the first publication of this notice. be described as the North 75 ft. of .of the first publication of this
Each claim or demand must be filedin Lot 139. Suwannee Ranchette. Sec notice. Each claim er demand must be And Demonstrations earn $300 plus 30 per cent
duplicate. in writing and must state tion C. a subdivision of all of Section filed In duplicate. In writinr. and must semi-annual time bonus. Will FOR :EENT One three room Daisy's Beauty Shop feature 3
the place of residence and Post Office 20. Township 5 South. Range state the place of residence and post FRIDAY JAN., 4th
address of the claimant and mast be 16 East except the West Half office address of the claimant'and must consider men now in A and H or and one two room furnished styles by John, also lounger!
worn to by the claimant his. agent or (W%) of the Southwest Quarter be sworn to by the claimant his agent at men with sales .background. Can I apartment with private bath type shampoo stations. Com
his attorney or it will become void according (SW%) of Section 20. Township B or his attorney or it will become void
to law. South. Range 15 East and the according to law. DRUG CO. J. D. Parker collect Tallahassee and entrance. Wen heated. 213 plete new shop ample parking
S/Bessie Mae LandedAdministratrix W% of the SWK of Section 21. S/ Clara S. Wadsworth LIVE OAK 2224443. This is a career opportunity North Walker. Ave. FO 2-1074. Highway 90 West. FO 2-3430
Township S South. Range 15 East. Executrix Live Oak Florida -
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN




News From Bran ford r Branford PersonalsRual Starke Mr. and visited Mrs.Mr. Ray Bell's Bell parents of, I Stnvannee Soil

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bell during ;

M. Chandler sophomoreat their son-in-law and daughter the holidays.Mr. Board To Meet

the University of Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cooper and and Mrs. Frank Norris accompanied -

BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Daniel S. Chandler sophomore at family of Lakeland. Johnny Nor- their son Skipper

Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg ris of the Air Force Academy, and Norris back to Erskine College, Chairman J. Dan Ross of the
the holidays at last week. Suwannee River Soil Conservation -
spent Skipper Norris of Erskine College.
Area Men's Club Church Students Present home with their parents Mr. and Board of Supervisors announced -
Baptist Robin Griffith, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greene that the regular Board
Mrs. R. M. Chandler and daugh- Mrs. R. G. Griffith is spendinga and family of Jacksonville and i

Schedules State Presents CantataThe Two At ters.Mr. few days at home before goingto Mr. and Mrs. Estill Collins and meeting the would be held Friday at
County Agricultural Building.
Playlets and Mrs. M. D. Sullivan Fort Beboair, Va. for schoolingin family of Jecksonville were holi-

had as their guests during the the U. S. Air Force. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Man- Slated for discussion is the Dis
Cattle choir of the First Baptist P-TA holidays, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. uel Bernardo.Mr. trict's annual report of it's ope-
Mr. and Mrs. Owens and
SpokesmanA Bobby
MeetingThe
Church presented "A Star In The Smith and daughter of Orlando, ration during 1962.
Sky" Sunday night. Dec. 23. family of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saunders
representative of the Florida Branford Parent-Teachers :Mrs. C. P. Goodson and daugh- An excavated pond was dug: on
Parts the were "In and Mrs. Melvin Owens and family spent the Christmas holidays visiting -
Agriculture and Marketing Com- The Starlight"on by program the choir "The Association met Thursday night ter of Umatilla, and Mrs. Ed Sul- during the holidays.Mr. with relatives and friends in the O. T. Hobgood's farm just

mission under the direction of Dec. 20, in the school cafeteria. livan and Mrs. Richard Smith of Auburndale and Plant City. west of Live Oak. The design and
Angel Song the women's chorus and Mrs. O. A. Dorsett hadas
Agriculture Commissioner Doyle The Branford Beta Club Jacksonville.Miss supervision of the construction
and a soprano solo by Gloria Slo- presented Eunice Warren and Miss guests during the holidays, :Mrs. Ruth Jones has returned
Conner will address the Branford two playlets entitled "Si was furnished by John Hamptonand
cum. Captain and Mrs. Herbert F. Dor- home after a two weeks visit in
Area Men's Club on the raising lent Night" and "Christmas ForGrandpa" Vivian Hunt who have been Russell Parsons of the local
"Oh Hasten With Rejoicing" by sett and family of Washington Jacksonville with her son and
in Jacksonville, spent the
and marketing of beef cattle. Students taking partin working Soil Conservation Service Office.
the choir, "What Child Is This", at home. Upon returningto D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. family Mr. and Mrs. Elton Jones.
Conner invited to be the the Chairman holidays
was by the choir with the solo part program were will be in Dorsett and family of Melbourne. : Mr. and Mrs. Billie Cannon and
principal speaker, but he was un- Grace Chandler Charles Kilpat- Jacksonville they spent the holidays visiting rela-
by Johnny McClaren "HumblyWe Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waller and family of Eustis spent Christmas
able to come because of a prior rick, Larry Jonas, Linda Hudson, training at St. Vincent's Hospital I tives in Tennessee.
Praise Him", the choir men's technicians.Mr. family of DeLand Mr. and Mrs. .. here with his parents Mr. and
Elaine Griffin as x-ray
engagement.The Ernest Keely. David
chorus, and women's chorus "The Al Cliff ton and family of Ds- Mrs. R. M. Cannon.
Brooks had
H.
and Mrs. C.
commissioner stated his Allen
Brenda Terry, Linda
Magi", the choir and solo by Land, Mrs. Ell ncr Sims of Baltimore Sgt. Kenneth Hall 0; Fort
their visitors during the holi-
representative was well versed on Hawkins Johnny Kay Bradley. as PINE TIMBER
Johnny McClaren. Md., and Mr. and Mrs. R. Chaffee Ark.. left Thursday to
Paul Lord of DeLand Mrs.
the he is days,
Voncelle
subject scheduled to Goolsby, Linda Watson.
choir F. Howell of South Miami. Mr. back WANTEDALL
"Bethlehem Lullaby", the i report to duty after spend-
Belle Edie of Williston Mr. and
discuss and urged all membersof June Bass Joney Johnson Peg- i
and solo by Elisabeth Mathis "His and Mrs. Dorsett were very hap- ing several days here visiting Mr.
Mrs. Calie Hunter of Ocala Mr.
the club Ware Jo Ann
and guests to attend Thomas Sharon KINDS
Star In The Sky", by the choir gy and Mrs. Johnie Hall of Largo py to have all their children together and Mrs. R. M. Cannon and Mr.
the Tummonds, David Moore Luther i
program.C. "Come Like The Shepherds", by after several years of being and Mrs. C. H. Brooks and other
and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Kent of LOGS POLESPULPWOOD
W. Starling, program chairman Koon Jerry Sikes and Gloria
apart. relatives.Mr. .
the choir and solo part by Loy- i
said H. W. Suggs chairman Slocum.. Lake City.
Ye With Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wood Jr. and Mrs.
sell Hatch, and "Come Robert Fletcher Israel McCall had
ot the agriculture and area development After the program a short busi- 'Mr. and Mrs.
Carols", by the choir. other and family of Jasper visited as their guests during the holidays -
in St.
visiter Augustine
committee secured theRONALD ness meeting was held during and
Glides were shown during the friends and relatives in Branford Mr. and Mrs. James Har-
which minutes of the previous points of interest Sunday. W. C. DEMPSEYP.
Cantata. Mrs. Sunday. ris of White Plains N. Y.. who
Mrs. Robert Fletcher
v 1I meeting and board meeting were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanley of have recently returned from eight
read and approved. Thelma Atwell, and Mrs. Roy Gil- O. Box 628
'* Perry visited Mr. and Mrs. L .D. weeks in Europe. Mrs. Harris is
Miss Shawn Hatch ley spent Monday Tuesday and LIVE OAK FLORIDA
; Wednesday visiting relatives in Stanley and daughter during the the former Miss Faye McCall. I ,

Celebrates BirthdayMiss holidays. I I Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson I
Bushnell.Mr. .
Dance Is Held In --
Shawn Hatch, daughter of and'Mrs. R. E. Hatch visited -

;, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch cele- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long

brated her seventh birthday Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatch

i!' Dec. 21, with a party at her Legion Building i and family of Jacksonville Christ- NOW! Trade 'n' Save at your Buick dealer's

.,- home. The American Legion Buildingwas mas Day.
ib Indoor and outdoor games were the setting for a dance Friday Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hatch and
1 played after which the group en- had their guests during '
night Dec. 21. family as '
joyed listening to records. Decorations of red and green the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 11'111..11l'Cef.'

Refreshments of cake and ice were carried out in the gayly arrayed Harris and son, Boyce, and Mrs.

cream were served. hall. The dancers steppedto Caroline Williams of Jacksonville I
f.
the music of Harry Grant and Lt. and Mrs. Charles D. Williams -
.
7 J Card Of Thanks his band. Jr. and son of Columbus, LSABRE1ff :.: .I

We wish to express our deepest Refreshments were served. Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred .::= ;

thanks for the beautiful gifts and About 50 college students and oth- Jones and Mrs. Lois Williams and .t

cards that we received from our er young adults attended. family during the holidays.Mr. .

many friends on our Godlen Wedding and Mrs. T. D. Minter hadas

their guest Mr. Minter's mother -

Anniversary.Pasco and Annie Jones Cub Scout Group Holds Mrs. Minter of Madison dur- You're probably paying the

(Paid Notice) Gala Christmas ing the holidays.Mr. .
PartyThe
and Mrs. W. B. Thomas A I price of a LeSabre by
NIPPER Branford Cub Scouts helda
had as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
speaker for the program.R. Christmas party at the Scout Paul Gresham and family of Tallahassee 1 I Buick-why not own one?

Representing M. Chandler publicity chair- Hut Monday night Dec. 17.
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Fact 7 out of 10 full-size cars sold-including,
INDEPENDENTLIFE man of the club pointed out that The Cub Scouts and their par- "low
Thomas of Gainesville during the -price names"-are in the LeSabre price
INSURANCE CO. the club is able to attract out- ents enjoyed a wiener roast together Christmas holidays. range or above.)Model shown below.2869.
standing speakers because of its after which the Scouts
IN BRANFORD AREA Miss Loy Ann Cribbs of Jack-
active community and large organization presented a short program. .Basel on Manufacturer's Suggested Rettl: Price far this ItSrtrt
Cribbs of
sonville and Miss Lou
Write P. O. Box 771 2-door sedan(includes reimbursement low Federal Eras*Tax md s.c-
LAKE CITY, FLA. the largest ever Carols were sung by the group F.S.U., visited their parents :Mr. tested Dealer Delivery and Handtini Cbarft)transpertafcM c......
formed in Branford. and the Cubs exchanged gifts. State and focal taxes accessories and optional tqwpment aMMMML
the
and Mrs. Lloyd Cribbs during
LIFE HOSPITALIZATION President Jack Phillips urged They were opened at the conclu- holidays.

MORTGAGE CANCELLATIONS everyone to attend this public sion of the party. visited
Miss Hilda Jones of F.S.U. -
RETIREMENT INCOME program. It will begin with sup- The Scout Committee is work-
her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Phone ACCIDENT 752.5805 INSURANCE Lake City per at 7 pm. Monday in the ing very hard to get a Cub Mas- Fred Jones and other relatives
Woman's Club Club House. ter for these boys.
during the holidays.Mrs. ,.
W. J. Dempsey and family' "

had as their guests during the I

holidays Mr. and Mrs. Lamar CELEBRATING BUM'S SMASHING "m'

Carver of Alabama and Mrs.
Louis Wolfe of Orlando. SUCCESS. YOUR CAR IS

r rI Mr. and Mrs. Garth Nobles and WORTH MORE NOW IN TRADE THANIT
family of Live Oak visited Mr. and

:Mrs. Leon Hatch and family EVER WILL BE AGAIN.


:' Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.night.L. W. Cason and DON'T DELAY! ADD UP THE VAlUES

: 's : family visited Mrs. Mae Hatch "BE MONEY AHEAD. TRADE NOW!
and other relatives during the
Luxurious interiors 307 decorator trims, dur
holidays.Mr. able vinyl or fabric Exclusive Advanced Thrust
I and Mrs. I. P. Philpot Jr. engineering:Arrow-straight tracking Wildcat 401

and family spent the holidays in V.8 Action Surging Turbine Drive*Substantial
Bartow visiting Mrs. Philpot's Buick rideFront a nd rea r floor"mounta+n"gone.
N as i mother, Mrs. Mary Brown and W/. avin s HJil g e Ilm 'ad+dwr.Mal

family.
,.4 y. baro Snt Mrs. Pat Wason and son of Improved carburetion for better gas mile-

Sarasota and Mrs. Tom Connella age in '63 15'wheels stretch tire life
A i iS and family of Gainesville visited
Finned aluminum front
<$> brakesliningslast
their grandmother. Mrs. I. P.
Philpot Sr., Christmas night. longest Buick's quality engineering '

. kt5 Sidney Philpot of Tampa visit- cuts upkeep costs Long-life aluminized ;:

t f 555 ed his grandmother Mrs. I. P. muffler.
,
S 1q > ,
: Philpot Sr., Saturday night.

5 ti Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey and fam-

Nk2 ily had as their guests over the .

. 'Sec' holidays Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ed- = I

wards and family of Salem. I .

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Parker

visited relatives in Mayo and Tal-

lahassee Christmas Day.
j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norris had: >. Buick resale

'tt tt \ __ as visitors during the holidays, 4 value flying highExample


:a 1960 LeSabre 4-door hardtop retains

\ \ \ : iKmileage&M an average of$256 more of its original cost today
\ r- than did a comparable 1958 model sold in I960.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963



Girl Scout Troop Roughs Elements, I Gill Is Retired And Promoted To Major RankLeon No.100 and.J up.'-'-__ No. 2 ,T..rJ I/


In J. Gill Sr., local service officer tenant Medical Administrative and Captain 11 August 1950 while Police Chief Elwood Howard The agent also made the point
Mosquitoes, Overnight CampoutGirls for the Suwannee County Corps with Medical Detachment. serving as Adjutant for the 1st charged Miss Hitt with failing to that if the government enforceda

Farm Bureau, has been notified First Battalion 124th Infantry.He Battalion, 124th Infantry.He heed a stop sign and yield, right ban on MH-30 they would do
Donate Gifts To Sick ChildrenGirl of his promotion to Major, retired transferred to Headquarters was transferred to CompanyA of way. Lee was charged with this at an enormous expense. He

Scout Troop 417 has been active since its Honor in the Florida National and Headquarters Company, 1st 187th Tank Battalion as Com- excessive speed estimated at 40 explained that every crop in the
Court in June. Guard. He is a former company Battalion 124th Infantry 31 May pany Commander 1 November miles per hour. Police estimated country would have to be analyzed -

In July, 16 of the girls enjoyed an overnight campingtrip commander of the local Guard 1947 and was assigned as Muni- 1955 upon the conversion of the Miss Hitt's speed at 10 miles per to determine whether the

at O'Leno State Park. Chaperones were Jim Rupe, unit and has more than 20 years tions Officer. He was promoted to 48th Armored Division from In- hour when the crash occurred. chemical had been applied.He .

Sonny Hurst. :Mr. and Mrs J. D. Hin son. Mrs. Lois Hart, service in the Florida National First Lieutenant 8 February 1949 fantry to Armor. On 28 January Florida Highway Patrol offic- said that after the curing

and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ed Debbie- Gilmore and Joveta Guard. 1958 he was reassigned to Head- ers who were called to the scene process it would be too late to
best General Orders No. 77, Headquarters quarters and Headquarters Com- of the wreck concurred with the distinguish between MH-30 treat-
wards. Mrs. Thomas Musgroveand : Glass won prizes as the
Military Department 187th Tank Battalion in subsequent decision of the city ed leaf and
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glass: dressed. Mrs. Edwards Mrs. Ted pany conventionally suck-
furnished additional transportation. Rathel and Mrs. Alvin Brown State of Florida, dated 20 Novem- Trooper Bill which unit he continued to serve police. ered plants.
ber 1962 announced his retire- until his transfer to the Inactive
were chaperones.The
The girls roughed the elements girls participated in a trea- ment and promotion.The National Guard 2 February 1960

with fires and pup tents and sure hunt an apple bobbing, a orders read in part: .. sags... and subsequent discharge 16 Feb- DANCEEVERY

fought off the mosquitoes. The potato relay race, and a fortune Major Gill was born in Live ruary 1961.
following morning they had telling game. Later, hot dogs and Oak, Florida on 6 February 1919 His decorations and awards include SATURDAY NIGHT

breakfast prepared over an open marshmallows were roasted over a and is a graduate of Suwannee the Good Conduct Medal With

hearth.In huge bonfire. High School, Live Oak, Florida.He European-African-Middle Eastern THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES

August, the regular weekly The girls marched in the homecoming began his military career 22 Campaign Medal with 2 Bronze FROM 9 TO 1

meetings started at the Elks parade and performed a September 1937 by enlisting in Service Stars, National Defense ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING

Lodge. The girls elected Enneis drill on the field that night. Company E, 124th Infantry Flor- Service Medal Combat Infantryman THIS WEEK
McLeod president; Kathleen Debbie Bird became a Girl ida National Guard in Live Oak Badge, Distinguished Unit

Hurst vice president; Pam Klau- Scout and Mrs. Sherrod Bird became with duty as Rifleman. Exceptfor Badge, Three Overseas Bars The CHITWOOD'SOLD

man, secretary; and Alma Ra- assistant leader. i two brief periods when assigned Florida Service Ribbon with 3

thel, treasurer. Mrs. M. R. Zinober The girls covered nine areas I to the Inactive National Bronze Clusters and the Florida LAKE CITY ROAD

visited with the troop and helped during the Muscular Dystrophy Guard his service was continuous Drill Attendance Ribbon with 3 NO MINORS ALLOWED

with parliamentary procedure. Drive with each Scout being accompanied with Company E 124th Infantry Bronze Clusters.. .
Police Chief Elwood Howard by a parent. Under the to include entering active

helped the troop with bicycle leadership of Lawanna Glass, a Federal service 25 November 1940. The Yulee Sugar Mill Historic

safety rules by procuring a high- Christmas tree was purchasedand He served with Company E, 124th Memorial was given to the state

way patrolman to speak to the arrayed with hand made Infantry at Camp Blanding by the Citrus County Federationof For All Your NeedsWITH

group. The chief also laid a 10 decorations for the children's Florida and Fort Benning Georgia Womans' Clubs in 1955.

mile route for a bicycle hike. ward at the hospital. i' transferring to Service Company 1

In the area of crafts the girls Instead of exchanging gifts 507th Parachute Infantry
used cigar boxes as a loom and among themselves the Girl Scouts while stationed at Fort Benning.He A rustic suspension bridge over

did bead work for bracelets. In placed a gift under this tree fora attained the enlisted gradeof the river is one of the scenic attractions LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE

addition, they made aprons on sick child to enjoy over the Master Sergeant prior to departing Your own safety, as wellas of Hillsborough River

sewing machines and stamp holidays.The for the European Thea- the other fellow's demands State Park south of Zephyrhills.wnAAftnnnnnnnsAnm.
blocked them. girls also assisted the An- ter of Operation 5 December 1943.

Nan Brown was appointed na Miller Circle in wrapping He was appointed Warrant Of- the dimming of FOR THE FRESHEST
chairman of the Halloween Par- packages and serving Christmas ficer Junior Grade while serving your lights so you won't SEAFOODS ARTHUR CROWE

ty with Amy Zinober Debbie Gilmore dinner at the Elks Lodge. with the 507th Parachute Com- blind an oncoming driver.If .

and Sylvia Musgrove serv- Their work finished the girls pany with duty as Assistant Per- he can't see, he mighthit Mack's Fish MarketPine I

ing on this committee. The party enjoyed a "flapper party" at the sonnel Officer. He participated In you. ---- Ave. ATGREEN'S
was held at the Suwannee River Recreation Center. Brenda Crews, the campaigns of Normandy and Mi Freshness and Quality Assured !

State Park with each girl coming chairman, was assisted by La- Ardennes-Rhineland Central Eu- .. Phone FO UWUWUWU 2.1650 FUELIN

dressed as a pirate.IN wanna Glass Debbie Bird, and rope. He returned to the United
Becky Edwards. States in September 1945 and

JUDGE.THE COURT SUWANNEE OF THE COUNTY COUNTY' Each Girl Scout brought a was released from active duty 21 f SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR LIVE OAK

FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN guest. Mrs. Sherrod Bird and Mrs. January 1946.
RE: Estate of Julian Edwards chaperoned 36flappers" He re-entered the Florida Na- f BUILDING NEEDS

H. B.Deceased.To Bailey. A covered dish sup- tional Guard 1 October 1946 and i We Can Serve You Better
All Creditors and Persons Having received Federal recognition 8 PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
was served. More
per
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: PLUMBING AND Economically
You and each of you are hereby noti- Lawanna Glass and Alma Ra- October 1946 as a Second Lieu- I ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
fied and required to present any claimsor I
demands which you, or either of thel entertained with an acrobatic ,, a. We Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
you may have against the estate of number. The famous Charles- I
H. B. Bailey deceased, late of said
ton was recreated by Amy Zino-
County to the County Judge of Suwannee -
County Florida at his office in the ber Nancy Edwards Pam Klau- Builders
court house of said County at Live Oak Langford Supply
man, Lawanna Glass GAS
Florida within six calendar months and Amy I R APPLIANCES
from the time of the first publication Rathel. East Helvenston Street
of this notice. Each claim or demand S
hall be in writing and in duplicateand The girls spent the remainderof LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
shall state the place of residenceand the evening playing the game"Password"
post office address of the claim- i .
ant, and shall be sworn to by the Brenda Crews and
claimant agent attorney, and any Nelda Sue Land won prizes for s.t
nch claim or demand not so filed shall this
be void. lengthy game. call
Ruby BaileyAs Even the "twist" got into the
administrator of the Estate of act.
H. B. Bailey, deceased
84-37 .

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I for the sake of home SEE US FOR
JUDGE. SUWANNEE COUNTY (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Your ALL TYPES : --
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_u FLORIDA IN PROBATE.IN
RE: Estate of
George Lester Groover
Deceased.
To All Creditors and Persons Having
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
You and each of you are hereby noti-
fied and required to present any claims
and demands which ;yon or either of ,
you, may have against the estate of ;;.d
George Lester Groover deceased, late AUCTION
Suwannee of said County County., to Florida the County at his Judge officein of 10

the court house of said County at
Live Oak. Florida within six calendar i
months from the time of the first pub- 10 A. M.
lication of this notice. Each claim or
demand shall be in writing, and shall
state the place of residence and post
office address of the claimant and
hall be sworn to by the claimant, their
agent or attorney and any such claimor 14-UNIT
demand W. L.not GrooverAs so filed shall be void. SUN-N-SAND MOTEL

administrator of the Estate of -
George Lester Groover, deceased LETTER HEADS, FORMS MAILERS WHATEVER
84-37 Property of Mr. and Mrs. Don Greve PRINTING

NOTICE YOU NEED IN YOUR BUSINESS IF YOU
Notice of Annual Meeting of :Members ,
of First Federal Savings and Loan PERRY, FLORIDA, "Gateway To All Of Florida"

Association Notice is of hereby Live given Oak. that the annual 1 mile from town at unique spot where concentrated traffic WANT THE FINEST IN QUALITY AT LOW
meeting of members of the above flow from 3 major highways (U.S. 19. 98, and 27A) merges
named association will be held at the into one 4-lane stretch. 18 mi. from Gulf. COST. SEE US ALL
home office of the association locatedat TYPES COMMERCIAL
SOS E. Howard St. Live Oak. FiorI. -
at 2 o'clock p.m. on the 16th day
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of January: 1963.
By order D. V.of GIDDENS the board JR.of directors. EXCELLENT GROSS_ LOW OVERHEAD,

Assistant Secretary
First Federal Savings and Loan The record of this motel shows an excellen gross income
Un Association Florida of Live Oak although the 4-lane highway, now complete, was under con- /' -
84-S5 Oak struction during much of the time since this motel was finished INVITATIONS STATIONERYcquii1pcoIiciu.ei1
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SPECIAL GUEST living quarters for operator. City water and sewers. Econom- .- ... :..
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15 new TV sets. Best Ceramic r ',. '
Mr. Paul Crews carpeting.tile baths. Linen room with goodly supply. Wool wall-to-wall >,:. '.


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