Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00318
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00318
 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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:1 I t OUT LOUD.Wl.th ., Cox Resigns E. Wednesday(Dub) Williams A.M.form- Suwannee River Dam

Board Member died
Louie C. Wadsworth

Random thoughts. Bulldog the morning. local His death hospital at is attributed ten-thirty Wednes Nears Completion Date

Resignation of Coach Gene Cox heart

as .athletic director of the local arrangements were

high school to accept the Leon Mentor Position complete as this newspaper
Accepts With to press Wednesday noon. High Water Level
? High School head coach and ath-
Dam Nears
Daniels Experimental Completion
letic director job is not too muchof James B. Funeral i

coaching a surprise.profession Since,entering Cox ha the Leon High Of TallahasseeSuwannee is in charge.. s wr Expected To Start

made an outstanding record and High School's Coach of the Year in .f
Capture New
is recognized as one of the best DevelopmentThe
Big Bend has resigned. a
high school coaches in the state.
His work at Monticello and for Head Bulldog mentor Gene Cox announced Thief experimental dam

the past two years here indicateshe that he had tendered his resignation to the currently under constructionat

is a coach destined for bigger Board of Public Instruction and accepted a position '
t tr Fen. 8R Suwannee Springs northof
Crime Solved S
and better assignments. He hac Leon High School in
Live Oak will be
developed an uncanny ability to where he will assume the A[ completed -
lead youngsters to give their best YI I of head coach and athletic capture and arrest of by Feb. 1, the Suwannee -

and to play a brand oZ hard but man for River Valley Authority

clean football. I '..< I tor.In addition, Cox's and entering a Su announced Tuesday.The .

While Cox will be missed local- sistant, line coach Brent County home Friday s x yre dam is being errected with

ly I think we should take pride will accompany him to the to the solving of a similar rx an outlay of $30,000 to determine
i in the fact that this communitygave "' lahassee school where he left outstanding for whether or not "the Suwannee
to ad- River will hold water",
him an opportunity wk.tit a spokes
assistant coach there.
:i b two months.
vance to a larger role. His work men said.
with our youth was fine and I "The new job is just man was identified as Wil- While this may seem amusing,
of the k :a1 fine opportunity and Williams who gave his there is considerable doubt in
know the best wishes community "
that I can't turn it down, the Old St. Augustine
II will go with him as he minds of many engineers that

takes on a larger and more exacting *4LA-. said."Everyone in Live Oak has in in Jacksonville.the Suwannee He now County re- uiinJ the river will "hold water". Some

them that when the
assignment.It of speculate
so nice to me personally two
under bond
will be to on dam is closed the river
not easy secure a may flow
of Cox's ability. It is deeply regret having to of breaking and entering. through underground and
replacement caves
Cox continued. "I feel the
Hugh Lewis said the
hoped the man selected will con- bypass the obstruction.If .
community has given me 8)W.broke into the home of Mrs.
tinue to teach the type of sports- -5 5-5 the dam is successful, how-
Bulldogs their full support.: '
Bass about five miles
, manship and hard play that has Hall who his E E7V. ever, the water level of the SU-
the city on the Branford
characterized that taught by Cox football at Marrietta __ wannee may be raised apprecia
Mrs. Clayton put in a call
in his two years here. Ohio, has worked with the the sheriff's department bly.Frank
Mohler, chief hydrologist -
k dog line for the past two 5:30: pjn. Friday.
for the division of Water Resources -
In a discussion the other day assistant to Cox. said Mrs. Clayton told .
the thought was advanced that if Hall said he decided to that she returned home and calculated that raising
LAURE B. ROBERSON Leon High with Cox his the water level at the dam site to
local students and the communitygave I as her front doorway and
tant. seven feet, the level would be increased -
the same enthusiastic sup- fled out the back en- The
Experimental Dam being erected at Suwannee Springs
by three feet at White
"I really hate to leave Live
to school like Roberson Named empty handed.
port very program north of Live Oak stands like a picket fence across the river. The Springs.
that given the football team last 8)I and these fine people, he sheriff said he put out an date
completion has been set for Feb. 1. Increased Development"This
"But I believe it's best
fall, we could and would have my bulletin on his short
Board Chairman dam could kick off increased -
the finest school system in the tunity in furthering my radio based on the descrip-
development in the entire
Operation Shinedoicn
state. career. of the man and his vehicle
This of course is too much to In First '63 Meet Suwannee High Principal to him by the housewife. length of the Suwannee River by

expect, for we are inclined to sup- Hall said he regretted seeing said the Florida Highway Nab Two Suwannee helping open the stream to small
Beverage Agents boat navigation as far as White
port only those projects in which and Hall leave the school, stopped a suspect answer- "
our own children are involved or The Suwannee CPU1.x}! wished them the best of the description In Lake Springs, John C. Camp of Jasper -
Commissioners met for theIF' chairman of the SUwannee
those programs of particular interest thing 'm the future. Lewis then Tfrent to Lake Negroes For Possession-Of 'Moonshine'
to us as individuals. But sion in 1963" Tuesday and "While I feel a deep questioned the man who River Authority said.
Laure B. "The water level is too low for
Roberson the
as these men leave. I have a
it is a good thought and one that to breaking into the Beverage agents arrested two Suwannee County
chairman of the board to cere feeling of appreciation pleasure beating on the upper
r if put into effect would have a Negroes over the holidays for possession of moonshine
Leonard Stansel. Bill G. the service they have Suwannee during most of the
tremendous impact on building a had packed two suit- whiskey and mash.
t better and finer school. was named vice chairman. during their stay in Live full of Mrs. Bass' daugh- year, but we think this dam wiN
All of the board members Hall said. clothing and taken them Jack Garrett, district supervisor for the State Bever- raise the water level oon der-'

present at the meeting with Leon High School is indeed back of the house where age Department, said Pearlie May- Williams of Rt.. 1.-, -Box--- ably," Camp continued.
Suwannee County officially hasa of them being newly-elected tunate to be acquiring such a intended to load 27, was nabbed on Jan. 1 for pos- "If it proves successful, it

new Congressman for Don Fu- meeting officially with the pair of young men on its goods into his car the i session of fermented liquids might be desirable to build an-
qua became a Member of Con- mission for the first time. he added. said. mash which could be distilled Wadsworth Tells other dam on upstream," he

' gress at appropriate ceremoniesin new additions to the board Cox played the last two would probably have sack- into whiskey. added.

Washington Wednesday. Thereis Marvin Home and Lamar of his college football at of the contents in the Garrett said the charge is a Engineers will experiment with
a personal touch in the occasionfor cock. State University where he if Mrs. Bass hadn't startled felony and the woman will appear Rotarians About the river at all levels up to 4*

me for Herb Wadsworth, who In other business, the ated with a BS degree in coming home." Lewis said. in circuit court. feet above sea level. From these

was with this newspaper for so sion voted to transfer tion. Earlier Crime The supervisor reported that Kiwanis Club experiments, thy will determine

long, has assumed his post as Fu- ed court monies to the His first coaching job incident had all the ear- Robert Grimmage of Rt. 5, Box whether it would be possible to

qua's right hand man. Reports road and bridge fund. Monticello where he brought of a similar housebreak- 189, was arrested for the posses- Louie C. Wadsworth, a past build one large dam possibly

indicate he has been busy settingup The board also accepted squad from a losing season occurred at the home of sion of moonshine whiskey. Gar- Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis, at Ellaville or several small

the Congressman's office and resignation of Assistant 10-1 record in two years. His Robinson on the New- rett said the Negro had less than spoke to the Live Oak Rotarians (No. 5 Continued on Page 8))

making ready to help render the Agent Merle Palmer who is ord at Monticello was 24 Road on Oct. 10, the sher- one gallon which constitutes a at.. .; their meeting.. Monday noon on

service Fuqua has decreed will be (No. 2 Continued on Page ) (No. 3 Continued on Page ) ( 4 Continued on Page 8)) misdemeanor. the organization, objectives, and Dam Worker Slips
his policy. During the month of Decemberthe ,
philosophy of Kiwanis. His appearance -
Live Oak and Suwannee Coun- Beverage Department con-
Fire Students was the first in a Receives. Cold BathOne
Represent Suicannee In State Band Clinic proposed
ty has indicated pride in Herb's ducted "Operation Shine Down".
selection for the position and The District 12 office of the de- series to acquaint civic of the workmen at the
groups of the city with the other
Suwannee River dam site lost
many have expressed best wishes partment located here reports 11
for him in the assignment.It arrests, 131 gallons of shine, and clubs here. his composure from a rude
Tracing the history of Kiwanis
shock Thursday.
2,351 gallons of mash confiscated -
from its formation in 1916 to the Neil Thagpard, foreman of
6 destroyed, and 1 vehicle -
was good to see the promptness seized in the seven county present, Wadsworth dealt mainlyon the construction crew slipped
; with which this city's holi- work of Kiwanis committeesfor and plunged pell mell into the

day decorations were taken down a A area.District 12 includes Suwannee, it is work done by such units dark waters of the Suwannee
' and stored. This kind of will 4 4 that make Kiwanis alive. He River he
care Z Taylor, Lafayette Madison, Columbia as was helping to
make the lights and other deco- x 'N + r Hamilton, and Dixie called special attention to youth jockey a heavy crane into position -
rations last longer and permit Counties. work and support of churches in to drive pilings

additions each year rather than "Operation Shine Down", end- which Kiwanis is unique among His exclamation was profuse.

excessive replacements. ed Dec. 31 with a record numberof civic groups of the land. Shortly after the man scram-

Favorable comment this year stills destroyed. Ed Butler was program chair- bled out of the river a hydro-

exceeds that of former years and ; "The total of 90 stills our agents man and daddy of the information logist present at the scene

the groups responsible certainly'' t destroyed throughout the idea. He presented the speaker checked the water temperature.It .

did a fine job.I y fli state during this 31-day period and President Brody Harris was a bone-chilling: de-
sets a record that has never been grees.
reached in month dur-
one even
suggest that the Board of
ing the days of prohibition," said
C t Speeders Warned
o,u n y Commissioners give
p (No. 1 Continued on Page 8))
thought this year to further improvement I .

of the Coliseum site by S f. State
Aircraft Patrols
developing a landscape plan that Hunter Sells
will gain maximum appearance. S'i Roy

Removal of some of the trees in County For Traffic Violators .

the front of the building and more _
s \c Drug Company
attention to beautifying the en- n 4A Suwannee County law enforcement officials are cur

tire site will help. L Takes 'Vacation' rently being assisted by highway patrolling airplane in
Installation of lights on the plotis
cited as one improvement that Ij policing counties highways against traffic violators,

can easily be made. Roy Hunter announced Mondaythat a Florida Highway Patrol spokesman said Monday.

This facility is a tremendousasset he has sold his familiar The plane .a"ved! .here several days ago in response
left: Ernie Grant,
Gary Grant Glenda Brim. R
to the county and one that Candy Hampton and Mary Kay Grant. Rexall Drug Store on the cornerof to me recent rasn 01 accidents, be taken by the courts.

brings much favorable comment. Ohio Avenue and Howard speeding incidents, and drag rac- The primary violations are excessive -

Small expenditures on a regular Five Students To Attend Clinic Street. ing reports. The aircraft is equip- speed, drag racing, driv-
basis will do much to further John Bius of Moultrie Ga., ped to spot traffic violators and ing on the wrong side of the read

enhance its value.Minstrel bought the Roy Hunter Drug keep them under surveillance and inattentiveness to driving.
Company. Bius has, for the past until -
The plane will be flying over
Fie Suwannee High band Grant. I Candy, Ernie, and Mary Kay few years been employed with a ground police car can make the Suwannee County

students will represent the Gary is slated to play with the will play with the Concert Band. Walgreen Drug Company in the arrest. time of the day or night area,any tee

ShoivRehearsals school in the Florida Music All-State Stage Band which is All of these groups will performin Charlotte. N. C. The spokesman said the State spokesman said Several arrests

Educator's Association Clinicto composed of the 17 finest high a giant concert Saturday even- Roy Hunter has been a familiar Department of Public Safety the have been made with the oraffs
Set be held in Daytona Beach school musicians in the state. The ing, the last day of the Clinic. light in Live Oak. He has operated sheriffs department of Suwannee assistance.:

Rehearsals for the much- Tan 10, 11, 12. Stage Band is primarily a jazz Each of these students was a drug store in this city for County and the city police force The new airplane is the latest
publicized Minstrel Show group. chosen on a state-wide basis by the past 35 years, 15 of those backed by Chief Elwood Howard addition to the Florida Highway
have This will be the first time in Glenda will play with the All- the Florida Music Educators As- years in the same location. and Mayor J. Marvin Phillips, are Patrol
been and brings the
set for total to
Thursday Jan. 17,
many years that Suwannee High
Reading Band. This is sociation. They were selected cooperating in this
at the Suwannee group on The 75-year-old said he is taking Joint endeavor. three Interceptor aircraft for the
High School School has been
represented in named
"all-reading" because its the basis of their ability and mer- an "extended vacation". Public
Auditorium Randy Mal saidMonday. the All-State Music Safety Department.
Clinic in the
will play from selections it and their past years of work in
Instrumental While serving a druggist in According to the spokesman. The pilot uses his vantage
field. Band Director
in which
they have had no prac- state and district ensemble par- this city. Hunter also served as County Judge Reece Brown
Mai said the Band Parents Harry Grant said Monday. has point in the plane, spots violators
tice and will have to rely on their ticipation. The selections are also secretary and treasurer of the also taken serious
had taken over the project The five students are Ernie to concern over then calls the patrol car In the. .
ability read the music before influenced by the recommenda- State Board of from the outbreak
Pharmacy of
previously planned by the Jay- Grant Glenda Brim. Gary Grant, them. violations and vicinity and give the trooper tee
cees. Candy Hampton and Mary Kay The other three tions of band directors an over 1936-40. He was appointed to the has assured the other law of trials type of vehicle, its speed, locafien.
students the state.
office by Gov. Fred Cone. that appropriate action will and color.




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THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Anyone For A Horse? Scientists Guard t6b2

The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" v/. THIS GUd Pur6s Through
wry Puy oN TH' TH'cqul
BANNER Consolidated LEADER TE i3 ::: SNOW TIRES BELTS; ZM puma Sag .1
2 1897 Established 1886 : oN 5p1Er Food Research
Established 1884 August CARBURE ; OH THIS ONE.. : SLIPPIN'
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street 3 cxAiNsFrto2E

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher k Just as your family doctor

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor :wry strives to maintain your health,,
Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor F. the food scientist is constantly Freedom Of Speech Is Vital

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising :Manager working behind the scene to safe-that What is the most vital of all saying: "The freedom of speech
guard your health by seeing individual freedoms? Most people and debates in Parliament ought
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak, Florida 1r eat of the very
foods are
could choose but
if they one. not to be impeached or questioned
' SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 -r% r1 wml TN' best quality. certainly would stress the right to in any court or place out of
RATESALL Outside Suwannee County $3.50 ; ; Many men of science have devoted speak out more formally knownas Parliament." This was a tremen-

SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance themselves to solving the freedoms of speech. dous milestone. But it guaranteedonly
problems connected with providing And it is a freedom which has freedom or speech within,

Florida Press Association the abundance of excellent been dearly won over the long Parliament. Much more time and
ORIp'e Sl1VVMlNEt" a foods available today for the na centuries. It "is too, a freedom trouble in which religious free-

1, MEMBER OF COUNTY tion's tables. This has involvedthe which can easily be lost and has dom was the paramount issue -
.<.<.1Iot 4 food
.. rot SUWANNEE COUNTY CHAMBER areas of food nutrition been lost. Writing in the current were to pass and occur before

CI ?,. Art HURRyf i .; supply and food conservation.G. issue of Readers Digest Albert Q. freedom of speech outside Parlia-
u1oN Chamber of Commerce COMMERCE a D. Kuhn, assistant professor Maisel tells, in brief form, of the ment was established.
rnu f at the University of Florida struggles that "the right to speak "The New World," Mr. Maisel
1 ; and mycrobiologist with the Ag- out" involved throughout history. goes on, "quickened the cause of

2- ricultural Experiment Stations, The concept of free speech is free speech. But. again, the roadto
,( Parking-A Serious Problem : states that "all foods are perish- very old. In 399 B. C. Socrates its realization was rocky Then,

. ( With each passing month, shoppers in this community able". wrote: "The sun could as easilybe when American independence became -
t Insects, microorganisms respiration -
spared from the universe as a reality the state constitutions -
become more vexed over their inability to locate one simple other I
as well as many
free speech from society. Life thatis incorporated bills or
t but'very necessary commodity a parking place.In elements, if uncontrolled cause not tested by discussion is not rights. According to Mr. Maistl
addition, anyone who drives an automobile to rapid destruction of our raw food worth living. Yet Mr. Maisel reminds the Pennsylvania constitution. of

' work in downtown Live Oak is confronted similarly with supplies he says. Foods which are us, Socrates was put to 1776, was the first in history f"

the difficult chore of finding a place to leave his vehicle. not protected from these natural death for speaking his mind. The provide explicitly that "the profit 1,
Both the shopper and the worker are entitled to a enemies may be hazardous diffident -i concept was there but the un- had a right to freedom of speech

place to park. Instead, there are not enough spaces to go : It Happened In in nutritious uneatable.I vitamins. un- I alienable right was not. So the long story goes. A right
around and the two have conflicted in one glorious mess of p- digestible or even I The Dark Ages, lasting over that most of us take for grant,'d
The modern "Food Physician"or hundreds of years silenced all was won only by centuries of r<'-
traffic congestion that has left everyone disgruntled about I Suwannee food scientist has overcome voices save for those which sup- bellion, dangerous dissent bloodshed -

$ the situation.We County many of these problems. Problems ported and served the ruling matyrdom. And let it b
cannot help but observe that drivers grab a park- r which faced past generations and cliques. Then, in 1215, a new seed stressed, the right is far from uir-'
ing place wherever they find it and use it as long as they prevented them from enjoying the was planted when the barons of versal even now. Mr. Mai'*.
need to, regardless of whether or not the space is metered. variety and quality of foods we England forced King John to sign quotes the former Soviet pros -

Consequently, the police department issues such a staggering 1 1923 1938- 1953 now enjoy. Today prepared mixes the Magna Carta at Runnymede.Mr. cutor Andrei Vishinsky who said
number of tickets it can hardly keep enough of instant beverages, and frozen Maisel observes "Thus unwittingly "In our state, naturally, there land
I concentrates have been made pos- they helped bring to can be no place for freedomof
I them on hand. sible only after extensive research. birth the institution of Parlia- speech for the foes of socialism -
This is a serious problem. And it grows more acuteas n S- From The Files Of The Much unfinished work remains ment." ."
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time slips by. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT however. New methods of preser- But, at the beginning and for Then Mr. Maisel conclude,
Let's face facts. This area is on the move. In the ;:;. vation that offer higher quality long afterwards, this birth was "Our faith, today as when thr

t+ past 10 years Live Oak has increased its population by uniformity, reduced manufacturing inauspicious. For five solid cen- Constitution was written rest

50 percent. Right now there are between seven and eight Forty Years Ago - 1923W. costs, and reduced food haz- turies kings held and enforced, upon full freedom of speech for
For time Su- ards are being studied. Future developments the right to punish members of critics of our government and
thousand people residing in this city. some ,
Governor Hardee was honor H. Lyle. E. S. Conner C. A. include methods to
Parliament for what they said the governing party well for
as as
wannee County lost residents each year but now this tide guest at Rotary Monday at the Hardee and J. F. Harrell.At improve nature's method of
upon there. But little by little protest its supporters.
has reversed, and the county is showing marked gains. regular lunch hour and made a producing food and revolutionary
and dissension grew until, in 1688, -Jackson County Floridian
This adds up to more cars. Compounding this influxof talk using as his subject, "Good an enthusiastic meeting of concepts in food conservation., a bill was signed by the sovereign
vehicles, we have the phenomenon of two-and three- Government." the Building Committee of the The food scientist is continually -

car families which applies even more pressure on our already He also explained how Rote Methodist Church held at the searching to improve food I Minimum Wage Increases Job PressureThere .
facilities. John Johnson won the beautifulcup parsonage Tuesday evening it was products, anticipate changes in ._ _
choked parking which the Tallahassee Rotar- unanimously carried that the is every likelihood tnere beginning value or these employees -
Something must be done about this problem. And ians offered to visiting Rotarianswho pushed and the building completed eating habits, eliminate healthier.nuisances will be a drive in the coming Con- to a store is very small so. if

t it must be done now. should win in a golf tourna- work on the new church must be and make foods gress to extend coverage of the a law imposes a wage which is not
is America's
If this situation is not resolved in the near future, ment staged upon the event of the in the earliest possible time. "Since the food industry wage-hour act to many workers justified by the worker's produc-
largest business many who are now exempt and perhaps tivity the inevitable result is to
you can expect to see a modern shopping center errectedon organization of the Tallahassee food scientists neededto
the outskirts of this city. And people will patronizesuch Club recently.The Business changes that went into young insure the constant are improve- to also increase the mini- reduce this type of employmentto
effect the first of the year included mum wage. the absolute minimum. Thus
convenience ,
of the "
because simple
shopping area Kuhn states.
a new ment of our foods
annual meeting of the Su that of T. R. and G. C. The problem here is that a the unskilled, the very young and
of available parking And you will see more "Due to the scope of the food
space. in the federal minimum the
wannee County Farm Bureau was Bothwell who have consolidatedtheir boost marginal worker are deprivedof
deserted stores in Live Oak. held last Saturday and a new business under the firm industry, the role of the food wage along with expansion of the opportunity to gain ex-
The downtown merchants are going to suffer most slate of officers for 1923 were name of Bothwell Brothers. scientist is a challenging one. Yet the coverage tends to artifically perience which he needs if he is
when this happens. And it is going to happen unless this named.' it is a rewarding profession for jack up wages of all workers, not to rise in the economic world.

problem is reconciled.To The newly elected officers wereS. Regular conclave of the Live it mankind.concerns" the welfare of all just those directly affected, and There is a parallel here with

solve this problem, an overall plan needs to be developed A. Hinely president: L. S. Oak Commandry No. 11 takes To become food scientist to promote unemployment among the old aphorism which says you
for downtown parking. Harvard vice-president: Dr. G. place on Friday Jan. 19, 1923. a those with a marginal skill. As can lead a horse to water but you
to set up potential areas B. Smithson, W. H. Johnson, ana All Sir Knights are requested to Kuhn says, requires a thorough an example, a publication of the can't make him drink. You can
These should be off the streets but easily accessible knowledge of the chemical, physi-
areas J. C. Henry, members of the executive be present.At Chamber of Commerce of the establish a wage by law at any
S to the downtown area. There are a host of such possible committee.The I cal. and biological. .sciences. United States tells of the experi- level but you can't make employers -
parking sites. We have in mind five or six of them at a meeting of the Ministerial ence of a western firm with 50 hire people when valuein
present. All of them are within easy walking distance of annual meeting of the Association of Live Oak on Tues- All satellites launched in the employees which was brought under -'I the form of work is not received

i the major business areas, with many of them less than a stockholders of the First National day evening it was unanimously future will be designated with the law by changes made in in return.
block Bank was held in the office of decided to ask all the churches Arabic numerals rather than 1961. To quote from a firm's let- -Washington County NewsA
away. and six in the city to unite in series of Greek letters, the National Aca- .
the; on Tuesday new a ter to the chamber. our total
this project is going to cost some money.
Obviously, of Sciences said
demy Sunday.
directors elected to serve evangelistic meetings beginningon
labor cost has gone up over $12- U. S. Department of Agriculture -
Some of the sites must be leased or purchased. In our I i Feb. 4. The first satellite of 1962 was I
during the ensuing year. They I 000 It is interesting to note study stated: "Newspapersare
opinion, they should be municipal areas that would be were W. J. Hillman H. F. Airth,: 1962 Alpha but the first of 1963 that this minimum wage law was the best medium for food ad-

designed primarily for use by persons who work in the will be known as 1963-1. The only supposed to affect the lower vertising and for marketing information -
business district. Twenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 system is used to register satel- paid employees and bring them on food. The printed

Residents should discuss this matter with the city Columbia High of Lake City flames were promptly quenched. lite and space probes with the up to $1.00 now and $1.15 at a word can be read reread, clipped

council, the county commission. The solution to the problem won two thrilling basketball gamesat Most of the building was damagedby United Nations. later date. It had the opposite and filed."

in our opinion is not a particularly difficult one. It the Armory Tuesday night in smoke. An investigation deter- yesterday for East Tennessee State effect in that it increased for the

can be reached. But action must be taken now, for this one of the finest basketball pro- mined that the fire had its origin College at Johnson City Tenn., present our wage scale for all em-
project cannot be accomplished over night. grams ever played here. The girls in a shorted electrical wire. where he will play football undera ployees at least 10 cents per hour SAVE
won 39-25 and the boys 37-33. full scholarship.City (even though we were above the
We only articulate this problem as we have donein
Roy Hunter, local druggist nam- minimum wage when the law
the past. You must make the next move. Clerk J. L. McMullen held an- ed to the State Board of Pharm- policemen Cossie Bailey and went into effect and still are)." 3

other sale of tax certificates Mon- acy by Governor Fred P. Cone Bill Saunders represented Suwannee As one step in absorbing the increased -
day under the new Murphy Act. A was elected secretary of the boardat County at the inauguration of costs the firm eliminateda
Support Suwannee High. Basketball large amount of land was placedon its mid-winter meeting in Dan McCarty in Tallahassee Tues- number of employees and it now

Many die-hard football fans around the county are the tax rolls again as a resultof Gainesville Wednesday.Local day. They assisted police and hopes to eliminate some more in '
the sale and 3356.54 in tax highway patrolmen in controllingthe the future. OWNYSTravelers
the boat exciting spectator sport basket-
missing on an receipts cleared against Suwannee gridiron enthusiasts gath- huge throng witnessing the What this amounts to is that Automobile
ball. County land. ered at the Masonic Temple Fri- ceremony. when wages are set arbitrarily
Basketball has reached a zenith of popularity in the day night to honor the 1937 Su- without regard to the productivity Insurance

North and is beginning to catch fire in the South. Al- Martin Theatres announced a wannee Bulldogs at their annual National Stephen Foster Me- of the workers concerned 1. New Low Rates.

though it is not contact sport, basketball features fast- change in management for their football banquet. morial Day will be observed at .trouble inevitably results. Thereare 2. Safe Driver Sayings.
moving, action-packed play with few time outs and brief picture houses here Monday. J. Players of the previous season White Springs Sunday at Flori- certain industries, for instance 3. Local Agent Service.
intermissions. Robert Patrick arrived here this accompanied by their girl friends, da's Memorial site on the Suwannee retailing being a prime SEE. .
week to assume management of local supporters. Coach Josh Codyof River. Festivities will includea example which offer oppor-
Small schools_ both and college have in the
prep the Alimar and Suwannee Theatres the University of Florida and musical program and an addressby tunities to beginners, part time Arlie K. Townsend
past monopolized good basketball. This is not an oddity local units of the Martin John "Red" Davis of Lake City, the president of the American workers and the unskilled and
since the game can be perfected with fewer players and chain. were present. Society of Composers Authors enable them to gain an experience Insurance

less expense than football, and a small school can excel in Alfred Airth presided as toast- and Publishers Mr. Otto A. Har-I which will result in better Jobsin Wilbur St. Phone FO 2-11W
the sport, taking a measure of revenge on the grid powers Wholesale and retail oil deal- master and handled the large and back of New York City. the future. In retailing the

after the pads and helmets have been packed away. ers of Suwannee County with varied program arranged for the I i
their employees met at Blue event.
This year the Suwannee High cage team is bucking
Lodge Friday and elected Louis J.
from the "weak sisters" of
strong basketball opposition Day chairman of the Suwannee Rotarians at their weekly meet- ANNOUNCINGJ.
football, and unfortunately, the bulldogs are getting the County Oil Men's Association. ing enjoyed a lecture on thrift

worst of it. accompanied by camera shots
As far as a school like P. K. Yonge of Gainesville who Flames and smoke brought fire- graphically illustrating why every t

trounced the Bulldogs Friday is concerned, this victory men to the Airth Building on the man should plan for finan- B. Danielsis
run. The fire was discovered rag- cial independence in the last
fully offsets their loss to Suwannee during the grid season.

The feeling here certainly is not mutual, but we cannot I of ing the through O. K. the Barber stockroom Shop. back The years of his life. the ONLY licensed Funeral Director in

help observing that such a loss costs Suwannee a measureof Suwannee County that OWNS and OPERATEShis

prestige around the Big Bend. Ten Years Ago -- - 1953of
We would like to see Suwannee High with a well- Funeral Home. .-
Sheriff Hugh Lewis took office additional class rooms in the
rounded athletic program in strong contention for the top here Tuesday with a new deputy Branford School at the first meet-
spot in all sports. But this will not happen until you decide and jailer. He called upon all citi- ing of the new county board of FREE24HOUR

to support these athletic events with your presence zens of Suwannee County to cooperate school members.
and encouragement. with him in helping to Collins elected unanimously to

After seeing a record crowd of 5,000 yelling specta- make this county a better place head the school board this year
in which to live and raise a fam- is serving his third term on that OXYGEN EQUIPPED
tors turn out to spur the Bulldogs on against Lake Cityin body. RADIO

football a few weeks ago, it appears there are enough ily.Curtis Harrell city commissioner -

sports fans available to pack the Coliseum and cheer for is his deputy and Fred Cannonis President Karl O. Wade out- Ambulance Service

the Suwannee basketball team. the jailer. Mrs. Sarah Frances lined his plans for the local Ki- -
Encouragement from the sidelines is important to Ringness was retained in her old wanis Club at the weekly sessionof p

athletes. It kindles within them the spark that ignites sec- job of office secretary.The the group Wednesday after expressing Phone FO Z3333JAMES

ond effort. In our opinion, the lack of this encourage- appreciation for the
REA began construction of honor for heading the body dur-
ment has meant the difference in most of the Bulldog losses Car- B. DANIELS
a new sub-station on the J. L. ing 1953. He succeeds George
this season. Humphries farm 22 miles southof ver.
Right now, the Bulldogs have won two games and Live Oak on the Branford FUNERAL HOME
lost four, not including the :Mayo game. Beginning Jan. Road. The new sub-station will Suwannee County's 4-H Clubs

7, the team will confront a series of opponents on home be called the Perry Davis Sub- won sixth place in State_Electrification East Howard St.
ground in the Coliseum.We Station in honor: of the man who I competition. The county
Come out and served as director of the Co-op' office received a bronze plaque s
urge you to attend these games.
for many years. from the WestinghouseEducational S. C. BASS JR.
cheer this squad on to a winning season. Foundation.
j Eustace Collins was elected EMERT POTEET
)r While it may very well be that we have never had chairman and the go-ahead signal Robert Leonard former Suwan-

I it so good, we've never had it taken away as fast, either. was given for the construction nee High School star end left






,.r) Junior Club To Mrs. Fisher SpokeTo M rs. Griffin To County Ministers9 Column
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\\ 'I'II iS i ue1ediWOMEN Meet ThursdayThe Club WomenMrs. Speak At Garden MeetThe

1 Junior Woman's Club Eugene V. Fisher of Tal- Live Oak Garden Club Inc., The
I will hold its January covered lahassee, spoke to members and will hold its general meeting Friday -
S ( dish supper and business meeting guests of the Woman's Club of January 18, at the Garden Pastor's Corner
H, i Thursday night January Live Oak. Friday at their January Center on the Newbern Road at
t 10 at the Club House. luncheon meeting on "Facts 12:30 for a covered dish luncheonand By The
I t Mrs. B. F. Leigh of the Wom About The Eye Bank". Her talk business meeting. REV. JAMES WALKUP

t j CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor an's Club will review the book was highlighted with a film strip. Mrs. Carroll Griffin of Jack- Pastor, First Presbyterian Church

"Masters Of Deceitby J. Ed- She was assisted by Gerald Brim sonville Beach nationally accred- "John Doe passed away yester- the church exert such influence

gar Hoover. projectionist. Mrs. Fisher was introduced ited flower show judge currently day. Funeral services will be held unless it gets itself involved inthe
Hostess RossWorthingtonRites AH members are urged by to the club by Mrs. Clyde serving the Florida Federated
F Mrs. Harris tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 In mainstream of society? "Men
FS AnnouncedMr. Club President Mrs. Bill Burchto Dempsey program chairman.The Garden Clubs as flower show Covenant Church where he was do not light a lamp and put it
S For Church GroupMrs. attend and bring a covered devotional chairman the guest speaker.Mrs. .
was given by was an active member. For forty years under a bucket. They put it on a
Brody Harris was hostess and Mrs. S. E. WorthingtonJr. dish. Mrs. T. J. Kennon. Griffin's subject will be he served on the official board of lampstand. and it gives light for
i ., of Madison are announcingthe M Mrs. H. J. Evans was welcomedinto "Standard Flower Show For Live "
to the Guild of St. Luke's Episcopal Covenant Church. He had servedas everybody in the house, said
marriage of their daughter.
Church Monday evening at Earl Ladyland Club the club as a new member. Oak". chairman of the building com- Jesus. He might have put it an-
Constance Leola, to James .. .
Guests were Mrs. Marion Parker. The Dogwood Circle will be "
mittee when the other "Men do not confine
home Pine Avenue.
her on
Ross on December 10, 1962. Names Chairmen ..
Mrs. Hansel Ross, Miss Marianna hostess Mrs. R. T. Miller circle present educational Truth within the walls of a
Mrs. Dave Giddens, president The bride is a Junior in Madi- Chairmen for the new year of Protsman Mrs. Claude McMillan chairman.Mrs. .
buildingwas g church edifice within the -
; nor organizational
l of the Guild, presided over the son High School. the Ladyland Home Demonstration Mrs. A. P. Nott and Mrs. Claude George Allen club president erected. ForJi1 :' structure. They car-
meeting.Mrs. Mr. Ross is the son of Mr. and Club were named Tuesday. all members to attend -
i urges he'taught '<' it with them to the job
ry on
many years < ,
B. W. Helvenston m, gave Mrs. A. W. Ross Jr. of Live Oak January first, when the club met Vice.The door prize was received by this meeting. the men's."\ .:' ;' : : Monday morning to the club in

the devotional followed by the a graduate of Suwannee High with all members present except Mrs. S. T. McDowell.The Bible Class and,.' .j .: which they hold membership, to

minutes of the previous meeting School, and is presently attend- two.Mrs. meeting was presided over i Mrs. Fairbanks had served until '., ...F .'..:'..>,". : the golf course on Thursday afternoon -
Lamar Hancock, ing North Florida Junior Collegein Bennett called the ,. .. .
read by Mrs. J. B. by Mrs. Brody Harris.A recently as district .. >x ,: .. ,:i to the coffee break at
secretary and the treasurer's report Madison. meeting to order. The devotionalwas I new year's motif was carried Class HostessThe president of.A.. .:', j\ '-. ., ten and three and even down the
Mrs. Alfred T. Airth. The couple is residing in Lanier W. J. Warren ( ..
by given by Mrs. out in the decorations. Hostesseswere .
Gleaners Sunday School I the Men's Fel-. \. : highway as they sit behind the
both .
Kelly Weaver treasurer of St. I Apartments Madison and and prayer by Mrs. Rena Robins. Mrs. Fred J. Green, chairman Church' .".. ".i. ." :
I education. Class of the First Baptist lowship. On sev-.. .d.:u:;:: wheels of their shiny new auto
Church, on the are continuing their roll call by
Luke's spoke Members answered Mrs. Joe Davis. Mrs. John "
Mrs. mobiles.
I met Monday at the home of eral occasions he had represented -
"Functions Of The Vestry", followed giving a new year's resolution. Rowland Jr., Miss Ada Mae Rob- Floyd Eubanks with 14 members his church on important state Our Lord commanded His
by a question and answer Mrs. Ward Shower Chairmen named were: Cloth- inson, Mrs. Sherrod Bird Mrs. W. the
present. and national levels. Everytime church
to "go into all the world".
period. ing, Mrs. W. J. George; Craft, M. Jernigan Mrs. C. B. Warner Following the covered dish sup- Mr. Doe wasthere.
f Honoree Recently I church opened By this He meant only the geo-
An altar flower calendar will Mrs. Charley Hunter; Family Life Kent,
Mrs. E. L. Mrs. W. W.
by missed
per the devotional was given He will be sorely by graphical world. but the business
j be placed in the sacristy of the Wednesday morning, January and Education Mrs. W. J. War- Townsend, Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr.. Mrs. Fairbanks on "Faith". Mrs. beloved church."
his world, the social world the
L church for the names of families second, Mrs. Mattox Ward was ren; Food, Mrs. A. W. Ward; Mrs. Harry DuPre, Mrs. W. Z. sports
H. J. Evans led in prayer.A In last week's "Pastor's Corner" world, the educational world. He
desiring to place memorial flow- I honored with a stork shower at 4-H, Mrs. J. B. Bennett; Health, McLeod, and Mrs. Thomas Rad- December
report the pro- fictional obituary -
on recorded the
taught that
His church should be
for 1963. Any- the home of Mrs. Harold Gilmoreon
ers on the altar Mrs. Rena Robins, Home Improvement ford.
with Mrs. ject "Sharing" was given. of a man who was a "join "in" the world but not "of" the
their to be Suwannee Avenue Thomas .
one wishing name Mrs. Leo ;
The meeting place of the Feb- er" who active in nearly eve-
was world, that it should be world-
the calendar con- Val Bates as cohostess.The W.
placed on may Recreation, Mrs. Howard
table overlaid Mrs Teagle ruary meeting will be announcedlater. ry organization under the sun wide without being worldly. It
tact Mrs. Alfred T. Airth. dining room was Thomas; and Safety Mrs. M. M.
The next meeting of the Guild with a pink and blue cloth except the church. This week we should be involved in every issue
Rye.Mrs. Circle HostessCircle Mrs. Arthur Crowe dismissed see the imaginary obituary of a of life without
being conformed
will be in the form'of a work and centered with a baby and Leo Thomas, vice presi-
Four of the First Pres- with prayer. man who was active in nothingbut to these issues.
shop at Bates Hall at 9:30 Monday umbrella fashioned of crepe pa- dent, suggested that the club .
ribbons in pink and blue, byterian Church met Monday the church. In one respect And the
so who
1 morning, February 4. per and start now planning and preparingfor man completely -
i evening at the home of Mrs. I. R. there is marked contrast. On the
Mrs. Harris was assisted by her to further carry out the shower the 1963 fair booth. Mrs. Leigh Church a ignores the church and the
Teagle with 'members and 4 vis- other hand there is a pathetic
daughter. Miss Kathy Harris, in motif. Mrs. W. J. Thomas served refreshments man who is unable to see beyondthe
serving refreshments. Miss Kathy Harris and Mrs. after the business itors present. Circle HostessCircle similarity. Both men were isola- four walls of his church are
Present were Mrs. B. W. Hel- Charles Green received prizes for meeting. Miss Maren Brorsen circle Two of the First Pres- tionists. The first man saw the both alike in that they are isola
venston Jr., Mrs. Kelly Weaver the games played. They presented chairman presided over the meet- byterian Church met Monday at church as needless and completely tionists. They both need to broaden -
Mrs. Nicky Tsacrios, Mrs. B. W the prizes to the honoree. ing.Mrs. the home of Mrs. B. F. Leigh on ignored it. This second man their vision so that at the
r Helvenston m, Mrs. Alfred T. Refreshments of party sand- Here And ThereDr. Troy Dunn gave the devo-I' Johns Street with 14 members was unable to see beyond its four sound of the last trumpet they
Airth. Mrs. Frank Westmark Mrs. wiches, potato chips, petit fours, and Mrs. Joe B. Davis and tional with the Bible study given present. walls and completely ignored the can join in the great refrain,
Bob Tuttle Mrs. Henry Leech, and Coca-Colas were served. daughter Barbara Jean, returned by Mrs. Ralph Hall. The meeting opened with prayer world about him. One extreme is i "The kingdom of the world has

Mrs. Wyman Harvard Mrs. Louie Present with the hostesses and home recently from Colorado Following the meeting a social by the chairman.The as warped as the other. I become the kingdom of our Lord
C. Wadsworth Mrs. John Haynes, honoree were Mrs. Brady Harris, Springs, Col., where they had hour was enjoyed and refresh- monthly emphasis on Jesus spoke of the church as
ments served by the hostess. being "salt" and "leaven" in the and of his Christ and he shall
r Mrs. Mahone Rees, Mrs. Lamar Mrs. Henry Ward Mrs. Francis spent two weeks visiting their Christian Action was presented
Hancock and Mrs. Dave Giddens. Ward, Miss Kathy Harris, Miss son, Cadet Ronald Davis, who is Mrs. Elmer Browning will be by- Mrs. L. E. Culpepper.- The Bible world in which it lived. How can I reign for ever and ever".
attending the Air Force Academy.En the February hostess. study from Matthew on "The
route home they visited Mr. King Demonstrates His Power",

'' DANCE and Mrs. Drew Ratliff and familyin Garden Board Will was led by Mrs. H. J. Boyles with CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING

Dallas, Tex. all taking part in the discussion.Mrs. ENGINEERSFOR
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Salam Zebouni of Baghdad, Meet TuesdayThe R. C. McKay will be the
Iraq, student at Jacksonville University Executive Board of the February hostess.Demonstration.
With spent the week end with Live Oak Garden Club Inc., will We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIESFROM Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howland. blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
meet ,
Tuesday morning January
9 TO 1 CouncilTo for LP and Natural Gas.
ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING 15, at the home of Mrs. Phil] We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
Faye Driver Mrs. Billy Jernigan, Townsend Sr., on WestmorelandStreet Meet FridayThe customer prefers.
THIS 'VEEKCHITWOOD'S Mrs. Murrell Jernigan Mrs. Har- at 9:30. Home Demonstration SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS

ry DuPre, Mrs. Lamar Hancock, Council will hold its business I

Mrs. Woodrow Dees Mrs. Danny Mr. and Mrs. J. Lou Caro of meeting Friday morning at 9:30 W. C. COPELAND JR.

McCrimon Mrs. Charles Green, West Palm Beach spent several in the Agricultural. Building. ,
MINORS ALLOWED :Mrs. Edward Mullins, and Mrs. days last week with Mr. and Mrs. HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
Charlie Fawcett. Dave McNeill. (School Supplies at McCrimon's)


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United States Securities 2,312,980.69

OFFICERS State, County, and Municipal Bonds 430,292.44

Loans and Discounts $2,381,940.41LOUIS

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J. DAY, PresidentW. \ 5,122.85 2,480,783.28

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I Blue Wave Clips Bulldogs- 53-43 Game Food Plants. Ready For Order,' Soil Head Report- i I I

Chairman J. Dan Ross an- and Fresh Water Fish Commis- vides both feed and cover for

nounced that wildlife plant food sion in Chipley, Ross said. quail.

material is now available for order Available for quail food plant- "It
noss requires fairly good land
uver learns
uptomistic Play ParentTeachersTo Local Polio Group through the Suwannee River ings are Common Lespezeda seed with a clay subsoil for best
Soil Conservation District. at 48 cents a pound Partridge Pea "
growth Ross said. "If you are Interested -
Cites Ball-Handling Play Execution' Orders should be in by Jan. 15 seed at 75 cents per pound and in securing further Information -

Survey SHS Names New HeadThe to the local Soil Conservation Ser- Shrub Lespedeza seedlings at $5 on these quail food

The Suwannee High School basketball team lost its vice office or may be sent directly per thousand. plants contact John Hampton,

fourth regularly scheduled cage tilt of the season 5343to For AccreditationThe March of Dimes organiza- to Robert Murray State Game Generally, with good woodland Soil Conservation Service Tech-

the P. K. Yonge Blue Wave Friday in Gainesville.The tion has named Brody C. Harris management practices, there are nician at the County Agricultural

Bulldogs handled the ball well, played outstand- Live Oak Parent-Teachers owner Home of to the direct Suwannee the Suwannee Funeral Life Insurance Agency Manage- plenty native Partridge Pea and Building." .

ing defense but they failed to hit ment School, Hartford, Connectti- Common Lespedeza Ross con-
the basket. The team Association will hold its regular County chapter for the coming
connected on a meager 27 per cent last stanza, the Bulldogs made a I meeting Monday at 8 pm. in the cut.Liberty tinued. However, there may be instances Height of the azalea blooming
National's local district when some additional season at KUIearn Gardens
of its field goals. strong bid to come from behind. Junior High School Auditorium.M. year.Harris will succeed John..Row-
manager Claude W. Vice will plantings are desirable.
introduce Normally Park
Nearly half of the Bulldogs' Suwannee put on a full court A. OUara principal of the land former chapter president.The near Tallahassee is reached
Mr. Owen to the 15 to 20 pounds of seed
acre during
group per February and March.
from accurate foul the School is will be
points came press that put pressure on Nettie Baisden Primary new president assisted -
and presiding will be local associ- are recommended. The Shrub .
shooting. Suwannee scored 17 Blue Wave. With two minutes left in charge of the program. Pri- by Everette Williamson ation
president Reginal Scott Lespedeza is planted in Koreshan
points on 20 foul shots. the Bulldogs trailed by only five mary children from the Nettie vice chairman; Mrs. S. A. WilsonJr. one- State Park at Esro
Metropolitan Life Insurance Com- fourth to one-half acre blocks, } was deeded to the
Florida Park
The Blue Wave took an early points. Baisden School will be on the pro- ., secretary; W. M. Jernlgan 'I
pany. one to each twenty acres and Service in
lead in the game and led 14-9 at But the old bugaboo of inac- gram. The children featured in treasurer; Dr. J. H. Paul, medical pro- 1961.

the end of the first quarter. At curate shooting began to plaguethe the program will be from the first advisor; and Mrs. Pat Burch, .

the end of the half, P. K. Yonge team and their opponents began grade classes of Mrs. Sue O'Neal county campaign director.

had increased its lead to 30-21. once again to increase their and Mrs. Beatrice Barr. These Harris explained that the duties -

In the fading minutes of the lead. The final gun sounded with children will present a rhythm of the Suwannee chapter include H. M. WARD & SONS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD the Blue Wave ahead 54-43. band and songs. collecting donations, determining -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Coach Larry Ross expressed optimism Part of the program will be a who is eligible for aid,

SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY.. over the Bulldogs' poten- panel discussion of report cards and administering the funds of RT. 4, BOX 284-A

FRANK L. FUTCH and his wife. tial at this point in the season. and grades on report cards. the organization. Office Phone SP 6-2191 Repair Shop Phone SP 6-2181

ZEPH FUTCH.Plaintiffs He said the team is wellpoisedand Much of the business session Harris asserted that all funds

...*. handled the ball with pre- will be devoted to the school survey collected in Suwannee County DISTRIBUTORS FOR

E. ANDERSON, cision. which the P-TA is undertaking would remain in the county. He
NOTICE TO DEFEND He commended Ronald Strick- and chairmen of the various explained that the monies will INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZERS
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: committees for the survey will be be banked here locally and made
E. B. Anderson. if said Defendant is land for pulling in 12 rebounds. Southern NITROGEN Anhydrous AMMONIA
Urine, and if said Defendant is deceased introduced.The available in the form of loans if
the unknown spouse heirs devisees survey is being undertaken ever polio strikes a victim in this

claiming grantees by creditors through or under other or against parties Bleachers Mishap] this year since Suwannee High community. :. CASH MARKET FOR SHELLED CORN

such deceased Defendant if alive and will be evaluated for re-accredi- The president also said the
if dead their unknown heirs devisees,
legatees, or grantees; and all parties tation in the fall of 1963. A studyof Mother's March would begin on PRODUCE LUSH PASTURES BY LETTING US APPLY

having or claiming to have any right Cause SuitThe physical facilities in the schools Jan. 31. He urged everyone to co- Southern Nitrogen AmmoniaON
title or interest in the property herein May Anhydrous
described, to-wit: will be made and recommendations operate.
Lot 3. Block 7. Railroad Additionto will be made to take what- YOUR PASTURE.
the City of Live Oak. lying and collapse of a section of the
being in Suwannee County, Florida stands at Reeves Field before the ever action is necessary to meet

and South.in Range Section 13 22 East, :Township 2 Lake City-Live Oak football game the existing needs. John W. Allen Phone SP 62181FOR

You and each of you are hereby Nov. 23 brought a legal questionto All members and prospective ,
severally notified that Frank L. Futch members of the P-TA
and his wife Zeph Futch. filed their the School Board. are urgedto FAST, ECONOMICAL REPAIR SERVICE

worn Suwannee Complaint County.in the Florida Circuit againstyou Courtof The Board recently instructedits attend this meeting. Funeral ServicesMr. ON ALL YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT

and each of you as Defendants attorney to write to the attorney BRING IT TO OUR SHOP
seeking to quiet the title of the Plaintiffs general for clarification of Ross praised Nicky Tsacrios fora John Wesley Allen 78,

erty located to the in above Suwannee described County real, prop Flor- I the Board's responsibility in sucha good defensive game and Der- passed away Friday morning fol- WE MANUFACTURE

ida. mishap. rell Croft for a fine fourth quarter lowing a lengthy illness. He wasa
You are further hereby notified that lifelong resident of Suwannee SPRAYERS FARM
the return day of this Notice to De- School Superintendent Everett showing. The coach said Robert
fend is February llth. 1963. and you Williamson said "We want to do Dees had perhaps his best gameof County.He ,
hall on said date serve a copy of your is survived his Mrs. I
by wife
defense, if any upon Alfred T. Airth. what is legally right". the season. CULTIVATORS AND COULTERS
Attorney for Plaintiffs whose address The superintendent said sever- Ross asserted that the current Florence Allen Live Oak; three
is P. O. Box 427 Live
Oak. Florida
and immediately thereafter file the on- al spectators had sustained minor Bulldog squad is a good one. He daughters, Miss Bernice Allen oLive
ginal of same in the office of the Clerkof physical injuries from the acci- explained that once the boys Oak Mrs. W. G. Harris and
the Circuit Court of the above styled Mrs.
Court: otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso dent. He explained that the straighten some of the kinks out Roy Barrow, both of Macon
will be entered against you. stands were overloaded because of of their shooting, the team will Ga.; two sons, H. D. Allen of Live EYERrgt

cuit WITNESS Judges of one the of Third the Honorable Judicial Cir Cir- the record attendance at the be hard to beat. Oak, and Jesse J. Allen of Tulla- TJ i

cuit of Florida as well as the Clerk of game. The coach said this team can homa, Tenn.; three brothers E. i OAppRP
the Circuit Court, all on the 9th day P. Allen
handle the ball and execute and A. F. Allen, both oLive /
Of January A. D. 1963.LAVAUGHN Williamson said he had checked playsas
A. SESSIONS the stands and the field before well as squads they have faced Oak, and R. N. Allen, Cross
Clerk Circuit Court City; one sister, Mrs. Jim Webbof -
the and the bleachers this
Suwannee County Florida game appeared year.
(SEAL) to look substantial at the SCORING RECORD Live Oak; 13 grandchildrenand MISCELLANEOUSVISIT O FOR SALE
By Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C. 13
35.38 I time. Suwannee .___greatgrandchildren.'O.L LITTLE ADS
Croft 3 fluidai services were conducted ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

REPORT Charter No.OF 6055 CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Reserve OF District LIVE No.OAK 6 Flood 2 at 3:00 pjn. Sunday in the Machine machineless. and cola guaranteed not to leak

FI.ORIDA. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON Williams R.Strickland 7 New Harmony Methodist Church. BIG RESULTS wave permanents given Opp Ottte Brown Motors. cge tf
DECEMBER 28, 1962. PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY Burial followed in the church rators-Annie
H. Mills Mary
STATUTES Poole 4 cemetery. The Rev. Cornelius B. BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever Drew Boatright Myrtice Croft. FOR SALE-New and used pianos. -

Cash balances with other banks, and ASSETS cash items Dees > ... .. 10 Davis officiated and Frances Johnson. Phone Frier Music Co. North Ohio

in process of collection ... _..........._.._........_.._._,.,-,..?,,. ,._.,$1.959.517.76 Tsacrios 4 Active pallbearers were Hubert the purpose, you will FO 2-1831. cge tPOWELL'S Ave. Live Oak FO 22188.
United States Government obligations, direct and Gamble -CharlesMcDonald., Sam find Democrat classifieds do cge tf
guaranteed (Net of any reserves) _.. .... .._.<_ 2928244.20 Law .2 Farm Cary Ratliff the Job, quickly and welL DIESEL SERVICEnow
Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net of any reserves 324,158.32 "' t.- Cordle
Corporate stocks (including 15000.00 stock of Federal and Garth Nobles. op Y}. Motor rebuilding FOR SALE Ford tractor rotary -
Reserve bank) (Net of any reserves) _......._.._.........._ 15,000.00 43 James B. Repairs on trucks tractors and mower, harrow double
Loans and discounts ( Home - -
including $3800.73
overdrafts) P. K. Yonge
(Net of any reserves) ........_..._._.._..._.._2213044.14 was in charge of arrangements.Underwriers cars. E. Conner St. Phone FO 2- bottom plow, and trailer. FO 2-
Bank premises owned $9500.00 furniture and fixtures 4020327.... 49703.27 Hoskins 11 1797. tl 2564. cge tf
Real estate owned other than bank premises M._, _..._...._..-....... 10000.00 Robertson 2 DEADLINE FOR INSERTION cge

TOTAL ASSETS -.-- ____.7499667.69 Greer 12 To 5:00 P3L-Tuesdays Daisy's Beauty Shop featurIng Coastal Bermuda hay for sale:

Demand deposits of LIABILITIES Springfield ., 12 LOW RATE FOR RESULTS styles by John, also lounger 1 to 100 tons, pick up or will
partnerships, and eorporation'$2.6U.020.'l8
Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships, Stearns 6 type shampoo stations. Com- deliver. L. L. Barnett Jr., Phone

and corporations .. _'''_ ...... _'.n... ...... 2616323.61 Trujillo 2 Hear Insurance ZVt cents per word with a plete new shop ample parking WE 5-3247 or WE 5-2953, O'
Depos'ts of United States Government (including postal savings).... 105589.06 minimum jf 75 .
Deposits of States and political subdivisions _......_..........._...._.. 712.908.07 Barlett 4 Highway 90 West. FO 2-3430. Brien. pdej 31-38
Deposits of banks _....__..._.._...__.__...___ 748,435.48 Hines 4 35-38
Certified and officer.* checks, etc ........... ,,,,,, 10164.71 Exec (All classifieds must be paidIn ccJJ FOR SALE Model B John
TOTAL DEPOSITS ..........._..._.._.......... L"$6,888.441.7l"a ThursdayApproximately advance.) Deere tractor
( ) Total demand deposits ...-..._.._._.$3,459,302.52 53ANNIVERSARY FOR SALE 1 used Hotpoint with 2-row bottom
(b) Total time and savings deposits __....$3.429,139.19 40 members and refrigerator and 1 Norge wash- plow harrow planters and

TOTAL LIABILITIES _...... .._ ........ .._ -.....-_._.__..16,888,441.71 ttBEWAREOF1 guests of the Suwannee Valley Life ONE WEEK FREE ington machine. G. J. Grin- fertilizer distributor. Mrs. W. J
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Life Underwriters Association will stead, WE 5-3778, Branford Nipper, FO 2-2988. cge tf
Capital Stock: Common stock total par 150000.00 .. .. .. ._.$ 150000.00
Surplus ....., .,.,, ,, 325.000.00 attend the January meeting on Classifieds ordered for four Fla. pge 35
Undivided profila .... -.. .. .,............_.......___.._.._.._....... 106069.05 Thursday at the Gold Leaf Rest- weeks, run the last week free. FOR SALE Hi-Standard "Nat-
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) _......_....._ 30.156.91 aurant, when they will hear guest $2,25 will pay for a 30 word PIANOS ORGANS ACCOR- chez". New condition $48.00.

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _.____.._..__._$ 611225.98 speaker Mark N. Owen, Directorof advertisement for four weeks. DIONS Inventory, discount FO 2-1808 week days. pge 35
Use Suwannee Democrat Class- clearance SALE at 1023
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __.._7499667.69 Field Services Liberty National ifieds for Proven Results. West FOR SALE Pickup truck. 1960
University Ave. Music
Insurance Company, Bir-
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other Ford. Call FO 2-3130. cge 35
purposes .......-....-...-..._..__._..........._..._..$1.173.602.07 mingham, Alabama. Gainesville. Trade in your old
I. A. P. Nott, Cashier of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this "Social Security-A Challenge"will Model-T upright for beautifulnew
report: of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Spinet
A. P. Nott Cashier tall be Mr. Owen's topic. He has or Organ. Phone WANTED
We. the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of conditionand been with Liberty National four- Motor Rewinding Collect FR 6-4145. cbjj 35-36
declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge is '
true and correct. teen years and is a graduate of Opening for WANTED Used band Instruments -
aggressive in
P. C. Crapps Jr. the University of Florida. Owenis Live man of all kinds. Must be in
G. W. Harmony also a graduate of a number of r Repairs and Rewinding Oak area. Must own car.
good condition. Call FO 2-1192
P. C. Crapps III for the sake of your home Management opportunity. Call
Directors insurance training courses and the Any Kind Electric Motor J. L. Bevel. Principal Douglass
collect. Lake City, 752-1568
Also Sales and Service High School. cge tf
after 7:30
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McCullers Electric Motor Repab INCOME TAX RETURNS WANTED TO RENT Perma-

WANTED Telephone Day FO 2-3278 Long Form (1040) $4.00 nent pastures woods pastures,

Night FO 2-3326 Farmers Form $4.00 and farm acreage for cons in

SHOE SALE 217 E. Howard St. Brown's Bookkeeping Service Suwannee County. Phone FO 2-

5 Hunter Bros. Building: Office 6 miles west Nobles 2788. cge tf

Display cajl tf Ferry Road
pajj 35 WANTED New subscribers to
Tallahassee Democrat. Daily
e For Sale-Real Estate and Sunday delivered to your

Fall and Winter Styles For The Entire FamilyFlats s HELP WANTED home within city limits of Live

HomesFOR House for sale or rent at Pea- Oak for $1.70 per month. Call

cock Lake. Call FO 2-2319 or WANTED Women to work soda Arthur Tucker. FO 2-0'*

and Sports Values to $9.99 FO 22935. cge tf fountain and curb. Apply in cbbe 35-38

Sale Priced $3.90 $4.90 $5.90 REYNOLDS FOR SALE Almost new brick person. A &:: W Drive In. tf WANTED Listings on acreage

home on Pearl St. Three bed- cge In this are. For sale o- trade.

ALUMINUM rooms, two tile bathrooms carport WANTED Waitresses for the Mrs. Nita Cheseon, representing -
Ladies Dress Styles Values to $19.99 storage room, and screen- night shift at Dixie Grill and Marshall L. Bailey '41)' A

5 home owners in this area will ed porch. Kitchen Is beautifully Steer Room. cge tf Gulf-To-Bay, CtearwatT Fla.
Sale Priced $7.90 10.90 $12.90 be given the opportunity now of paneled and has built-in-oven pbbe 35-38

having new aluminum siding. and table-top-stove. Central

This aluminum siding has cap- heating. Call FO 2-1389 or FO FOR RENTFOR WANTED TO BUY One row
Children Dress
Styles Values to $9.99 tured the interest of home
de tf tractor and
2-1387. equipment prefer-
owners throughout the U. S. '-
Sale Priced $4.90-$5.90 It carries a lifetime guarantee. RENT One three room rably International. Car JohnJ.
FOR SALE Three bedroom
Your home will be the out- I and one two room furnished Robins, SP 6-2208 Rt. 4,

standing one in this area. I frame house city sewerage and apartment with private bath Box 250 Live 0a1 -ie 35

Men Dress Styles Values to $19.99 A factory representative will gas. In front of Leech's Self and entrance. Well heated. 213
Service Laundry and Mary Jane
explain PROFIT North Walker
our fabulous Ave. FO 2-1074.
Sale Priced $7.90 $16.90 SHARING PROGRAM to you Market, 1102 5th St.. two blocksof cge tf SALESMAN

Only 5 home owners can quali hospital. E. W. Kinzy, owner.

fy. Send coupon Immediately.NO See any time, make offer. FOR RENT Furnished apart-
pbgj 35-37 ment with 1 or 2 large bed- Wonderful opportunity for lic-ns-
MONEY DOWN ed Insurance agent in Uvn Oak
... rooms, 2 private entrances. No
All from regular I FOR SALE Two bedroom homeon and Lake City area. $200.00
are our small children. 608 W. Duval St.
Offer Expires In 3 Days Newbern Road. Has kitchen Phone FO 2-2441. tf plus per week. Beat gunnntpe

stock of Famous Brands Natura- Write Box 635 breakfast room. dining room, cge in Florida. Call J. D.Darker

I living room, screened front FOR RENT One bedroom collect In Tallahassee. Phone

lizer, Joyce, Jacqueline, Connie, Jff'ttM porch. carport and large garageon apartment, conveniently locat 222-4443. odjj 15-38
Name 2 lots. Call FO 2-1535. ed.
Couples only. Call Charles
Coed Johansen Buster Brown
COMPANY Maloy, 2-3009 or PO 22062.
Jarman, Florsheim, Bob Smart. Not. LIVI PINtT DEPARTMENT sTeAl HOUSES FOB caej 35-36

every size in every style but all L/ Town. SALE White and colored. FOR RENT Downstairs front LOST- A liver and white female
SHOE DEPT. Good terms. Low prices. See Mr. apartment. Very comfortable. bird dog. Named Lady. $10.00

.: sizes in group. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Phone Hirsch Sahara Motel Live Oak. convenient location. Call FO 2- reward. Hilery Smith, WE 5-

pajj 35 2208. cge tf 3511 Branford, Fla. pge 35
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MEN'S We are celebrating our 45TH ANNIVERSARY with the LADIES
greatest money-saving SALE in the history of GIBBS CO. Never
j Arrow and McGregor before in Live Oak has there been a SALE to equal this event. SHEER SEAMLESS HOSE
t Our Famous Brand manufacturers have gone all out in sharing
LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS the price cuts necessary for us to give you these great values. Regular Price $1.00

Values to $6.95 '.
.... Entire Stock Of '. ,':,
$3.88 ', '.

; Famous Brand Entire Stock Entire Stock

I $1.50 Values to $3.95
SALE PRICE $29.95 Values Entire Stock Now $2.88 Values to $4.95

98 Now $4.88 Now S288
S1988 Values to $12.95
: REDUCED UP TO 4O /00FFMEN'S Now $7.88


Entire Stock Entire StockMEN'S
Long Sleeve. Fruit of the Loom
Knit or Flannel SLACKS HandkerchiefsSHIRTS

REDUCED Savings Up To Reduced to
One Group Regular 8 for $1.00" .
Values to $4.95 r-,,:. rValues to $10.95NOW SALE PRICE For Quick Clearance '. 40% $2.88 to $4.88

( SALE PRICE 'r"..: 8 for 68c $ 0
Limit 16


!i One Group
; MEN'S $1 000 $1.48-$1.88-$2.88 REDUCED

Values to $4.95LADIES 331/3 OFF

Long Sleeve SWEATERS Values to $5.00

j Regular Price $2.99 $2.88 While They Last WOOL SKIRTS COATS

NOW & One Group $2.88
$1.88 $3.88 Entire Stock $3.88
Values to $1) 1.95 $4.88

,; Now $5.00 50% OFF'MEN'S
,:{ Values to $12.95
J Entire Stock
:; One GroupMEN'S

Values to $10.95 Values to $1.00 Casual Pants
50c Long Sleeve
Now $6.88 ROBE SETS
to $16.95 Ban-Lon Shirts
Values to $16.95 Men's RibbedUNDERSHIRTS $1 l.00 Off
Values to $16.95 Values to $8.95 PAJAMASFINAL
Now $9.88 $5.88 to $7.88 $1 I 088 $I.49 Value Now $4.88 Regular Price ,
68c All Sizes $2.88-$3.88
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County Agent's Column Suwannee Democrat I Ike Ueek

DOWN TO EARTHBY Subscriptions 84j 61 $ Florida Electric Production Up

Here is a list of new subscriP- 12 Percent Tops U. S. AverageProduction
BY PAUL CREWS tions and subscriptions renewedto '. ,
the Suwannee Democrat from IQ h of electricity in Florida increased 12
Suwannee County farmers clean feeder pigs. Our people December 14 to January 4. : : If' W per
cent during the first half of 1962 the of
over same period
have been interested for some raise good livestock in this area NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMattox :i
time in the Feeder Pig sales that and we should have the market Hair, GainesvilleMrs. the previous year, to register the largest comparable gainin

have been held throughout the right here among our farmers. In Charles Smith, Palatka five years and top a national increase of 9 per cent,

state during the past few months. order to have a top notch feeder Monroe Clayton, Wellborn I he_ Florida State Chamber of Commerce said ;yesterday."The .
In fact, after checking the prices pig market in this area, our peo- Jean Ross JacksonvilleC. total output of all electric of gas. The gas volume for this
paid for these pigs at the feeder ple are urged to support this Jan. C. Dempsey Sr., Riviera fi J plants in the state amounted to purpose dropped 7 per cent from 1
pig sales with the prices paid at 24 sale by calling our office and Beach 11531447.000 kilowatt-hours dur- 1961 because of expanded non

other places, we'., ....i ..; .: .... """1 signing up your pigs as quicklyas Shirley Ann Aue, JacksonvilleMrs. 1 1 ing the six months period last electric uses of gas which had
can readily see '*. .t possible. James E. Jones, Fayetteville year by an official check releasM prior claim on natural gas sup
s why there is so X .';h F When this sale is advertised N. C. last week. plies piped into the state at that
' much interest. '. v.j n if, J throughout the state as being a PFC Terry Smith N. Y., N. Y. Larger manufacturing plants in time.
The price has' ,r. ,.: 1' sale offering good, clean .feeder Barbara Poston PensacolaMrs. the state produced 977,220,000 .

been consistent1", h.'> pigs, our buyers will come from L. T. Chesson ClearwaterC. kilowatt-hours of the total for
ly better at the { .h.;;:./ distant places to buy these ani- B. Harrison Sr., Jasper their own use and other manufacturers Attorney Passes
feeder pig sales, / {y.' s mals. We hope that our people Mrs. Gene Scoggins Jr., L. O. BUS : large and small, pur-
and then again. "n will support this sale and future Mrs. E. Bardin Hunter Ft. STOP ::::. chased 2,410,634,000 kilowatt- State Bar ExamErnest

when the. buyers L;} \7 sales in this area.Florida Pierce hours from regular utility plants.
know that they ."., Kathleen Talantis Tallahassee The total of these was 9
: up per A. Sellers, a young attorney -
are getting good, r$1 }J lt Marian A. Long, New Orleans cent over the first half of 1961. employed by Alfred Airth
clean graded feeder pigs, they are This gain in
Highway La. .do manufacturing also recently passed his Florida Bar
interested in paying better pricesfor W. L. Nobles Ocala 0 set a record being the largest in Examination. He graduated from

these animals. Dan Stainer, L. O. four years. the University of Florida College
Another feeder pig sale will be Deaths In 62 Set L. B. Wilson Tavares The purchase of electricity by of Law in June.
held in Live Oak on Thursday, L. O. commercial establishments Sellers
H. V. Sapp movedup a native of Tallahassee.
Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. At the pres- New Record William H. Bass PensacolaW. 13 per cent and residentialuse studied agriculture in his under- \
ent time we have quite a few pigs High E. Maughan L. O. gained 11 per cent during the graduate work at the University.

tentatively signed up for the sale. The Florida Highway Patrol SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDJ. first half of last year. His family was named the out

We invite and urge any farmer issued an urgent appeal today for R. Mickler, St. AugustineJ. To produce this large quantity standing farm family in Leon
that has feeder pigs to sell themat safer driving in 1963 to avoid repeating O. Knight, Rt., L. O. I of electric energy for Florida, County.
this sale on Jan. 24. BranfordJ. electric .
the record breaking high- Mrs. Mittie Hall companies both private
Many of our farmers have become way death score that Florida motorists Robert Odom BranfordMrs. and public used 760,593 short In advertising America has
concerned about the fact rolled up last year. Edgar Lyons Rt., L. O. "Nothing's wrong with it-I just want to make sure some tons of coal (up 11 per cent); 8- found the key to unlock the resourcefulness -
that we held the first feeder pig By the first week in December Henry Aue Rt., L. O. housework gets done today." 937,000 barrels of oil (up 26 percent i and ingenuity of
sale in Live Oak in early August there had been more Florida traffic Gordon Raines Rt., L. O. I ); and 39 billion cubic feet I our economy.
and since that date two additional deaths in 1962 than for the Forrest Bradbury St. Augus-Feather Outlook January '
very successful sales have been tine Through
whole year of 1961 when the
held in Gainesville. Since these Suwannee County Chamber of -
two sales in Gainesville, we have figure rose to 1203. Commerce The 30 day Agricultural Weather al over SE Alabama SW Georgia -
The mileage death rate at the Outlook for the Tri-State Area and SE Georgia. In coastal
had to cancel out three sales in
O. F. Dickman. Rt., L. O. '
end of the first six months of covering SE Georgia SW Georgia areas of Florida average mean ,
Live Oak because of the lack of suffer from '
Mrs. Mary Lee Hickman L. O. why
1962 was also a little over a com-
interest. If we do not have enough Truett Comer Danville Va. NW Florida and SE Alabama issued temperatures are expected to u
pigs to have a successful sale on parable period for the year before. by Advisory Agricultural range from 54 to 56 degrees whilein
Lee C. Willis L. O.
Final figures for this part of the Meteorologist Weather Bureau SE Alabama and over South
Jan. 24. the feeder pig market will
Phylis Andrews N. Y., N. Y. COLD WEATHERBad
highway death story were not Tif-
Agricultural Service Office, Georgia daily mean temperaturesare
very likely move to the Gainesville -
Mrs. B. W. Kellogg L. O.
available immediately for 1962
ton Ga. expected to average 44 to 48
Florida Power & Light Co., L.O.
but there was fear that this total
Temperatures during Januaryare degrees.
We hope that our people will
M. B. McDonald Miami Humor ?
would outdistant the before.
year expected to range from near
support this sale and future sales High temperatures are expected -
I Mrs. D. T. O'Hara Rt., L. O.
in Suwannee County, because S. R. Davis Rt., L. O. normal in coastal areas of NW to reach 70 degrees on only 3
there is a real demand for good (School Supplies at McCrimon's]) Mrs. Steve Denmark, Jacksonville Florida to 4 degrees below norm- or 4 days during January while

Mrs. W. H. Lyle JacksonvilleMrs. minimum temperatures below 24 Get New LOW COSTAMERICANtandard

Mrs. R. A. Dempsey Sr., Clearwater Charles H. Pulley, Talla- degrees are expected to occur 2 or
3 times in coastal areas and 5 to
Mrs. Roney Rowland Richmond W. Townsend Winter Haven 7 times over interior sections of
SPREADER SERVICE SE Alabama and South Georgia.
Va. Capt. Peter G. Kroll Key West
Three inch bare soil
Mrs. M. A. O'Hara L. O. Glynn Duncan L. O. mean tem-
Mrs. Zoel Hodge L. O. W. H. Fennell McAlpinJ. peratures are expected to average Whole House Heating and CoolingFor
DOLOMITEFERTILIZERALL 45 to 50 degrees ovr the Tri-State
Leonard BranfordMrs. .
B. Howell Rt., L. O.
J. D. Carter, Jacksonville Clyde Bryant L. O. Agricultural Area during January.

TYPES OF SPREADING W.. S. Ward, McAlpinC. Mrs. H. T. Lee, O'Brien Rainfall during January is expected free efmof? cal
to above normal
M. Boatright McAlpinMrs. average
Mrs. L. M. Kent L. O.
Pauline Saunders, Tallahassee ranging from about 4.00 to 5.00(
DeWitt Fortner, Rt., L. O.
SERVICECall inches with 2 3 of
or periods
W. H. Lyons Jacksonville FRIER MUSIC CO.
Mrs. L. C. Sweat L. O. Mrs. Donald McCullers Greenville cloudy rainly weather expected.
H. L. Collins L. O. S. C. Sunshine during January is expected -

Mrs. Perry Hall, L. O. Mrs. C. C. Mclnnis O'BrienR. to average below normal PHONE FO 2-2188
Ronald Nipper, Lake CityC. B. Skeen Rt., L. O. with 50 to 55 per cent of possible

;, ,JOHN L. TIPPETTEFO F. Burnette. L. O. Mrs. Tom W. Allen L. O. -
Mrs. Mary Chapman Hialeah Mrs. Annie Ammons L. O.
Mrs. Grady.: Golden, Rt., L. O. C. W. Corbin, O'Brien
2-1535 Mrs. P. T. Moore JacksonvilleJohn Lottie L. Green GainesvilleBill

Pennington Rt., L. O. Jones BranfordJoe i
J. R. Mills. Rt., L. O. Boatright McAlpinMrs. 1
W. L. Tedder L. O. T. J. Kennon L. O.

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I attended the District rally of the I Pine LevelMr. I Fire Cases Show Decline In 1962 I
f JB"AL! Advent Christian W. H.and F. M. '
held at Dowling Park last Thurs-
The Florida Forest Service an- the majority were tobacco barn
day and report a very good meet- and Mrs. Harry Lepper and Toole.
nounced Monday break downon In 48
a addition. grass fires and 14
eornJ11 ing. children visited M. J. Lepper and Carl Tressler was supper guestof fires in Suwannee County dur- others covering autos, tractors,
Beach, G. M. C. 1, of at Lake City Saturday night. Fortner
. Leyon sons Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
the includes
ing year 1962. This trains and planes. This does not
E news U. S. N., and daughter. Debbie of Mr.and Mrs.Edgar Lyons Rev. Friday night.
forest fires and miscellaneousfires include house fires in the city
Charleston S. C., were guests of and Mrs. J. H. Brown and sons Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver Mr. including structural grass limits.In .
his parents Mr. and Mrs. O. D. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.R. and Mrs. Edgar Lyons, Rev. and .
autos tractors trains and planes.In ,
comparing forest fires Su
Beach last week end. W. Moseley.Mr. Mrs. J. H. Brown and children.
t Beachville Ervin Beach. Haines City visit- and Mrs. Al Fortner visited and Mr. and Mrs. 1962 there were 86 forest wannee County had 62 fires In
Harry Moseley
fires burning a total of 897 acres. 1961 burning a total of 899 ....
ed his parents Mr.and Mrs.T. F. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sun- Drew Holmes visited Mr. and Mrs.
Funeral services were held in was in the Santa Fe Cemetery.Dr. Beach, a few days last week. day afternoon.Mr. R. W. Moseley Saturday night. Under miscellaneous fires there In comparison there were 24 more
were 32 structural fires of which forest fires in 1962 than there
the Beachville Church Sunday at R. L. Peterson of Dowling Mrs.G. C.Cannon accompaniedher and Mrs. Drew Holmes We are very sorry that Mrs.
2:30 p.m. for Mrs. Lula Cason, 84, Park was guest speaker here niece Mrs. Robert Perry of were supper guests of Mr. and Carl Tressler is in Doctors Me- were woodland in 1961 and 58 more acres of
of High Springs. Mrs. Cason wasa Sunday. Due to rainy weatherthe Jacksonville to Lakeland for a Mrs.R. H. Roberts in Lake City morial Hospital Perry.We pray urday afternoon.Mr. were burned. County
Ranger Feagle noted that 86
long time member of the Beach- crowds were small but had few days visit last week. Monday night. for her speedy recovery. and Mrs. Lemuel Fortnerof in 1962 fires
ville Church and lived near here two good services and we were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Fortner Mrs. Harry Lepper Mrs. J. F. Tampa spent Monday with Mr. The compared to 62 in 1961.
until ill health forced her hus- glad to have some visitors, including son Wayne of Gainesvillewere visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mose- Toole. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and Mrs. Dewitt Fortner. acres burned were reduced
band to retire and they moved to I Mrs. Peterson.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ley Sunday morning.Rev. visited Mrs. Carl Tressler in a Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Fortner on acre per fire. The awe
fire in
High Springs where he died several and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and lie Beach Sunday.Mr. Sammy Sealy of Perry and Perry hospital Saturday morning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore and acres per 1961 was a 11.9
acres to 10.4
years ago. She is survived by little daughter Debbie, of Talla- and Mrs. Matt Cannon of Mr.and Mrs.Slim Touchton spent and Mrs. J. F. Toole and Carl Tressler visited Mrs. Carl 1962. acres
one son one daughter one brother hassee were guests of her parents Branford attended church services Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jimmy visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Tressler in a Perry hospital Sun- "We would like to
and a number of grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell Sun- here Sunday and were guests of Holmes Sunday night. day afternoon.Mr. appreciation to the Live express Oak Fire our
Funeral services were con- day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom. died last week. Funeral services Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner and and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were Department for their
ducted by Rev. F. E. Day assisted G. C. Cannon, Mrs. O. D. Mrs. Austin Cannon's grandfather -I were held Sunday at 3 o'clock in i Carl Tressler visited Mrs. Carl I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben and assistance cooperation
Mrs. M. M. Tidwell I Mr.Williams of Lake City. the Church of God in Lake during the pat
by Dr. R. L. Peterson. Burial Beach and City. Tressler in a Perry hospital Sat- I Hays Tuesday of last week. year." Feagle said.

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JANUARY 10, 1963
New 4-H Program : To Hold ServicesThe No. 3 Lewis said he then took Williams -

: Do Parents Think 15-Year Old Is A 'Baby'f ? New Hope Methodist I losses. to his home in Jacksonvilleand
ordered him to the
Church "get up"
For Older Youths will hold their regular From Monticello. Cox came to
your case (you could go to a monthly sing and preaching ser- Suwannee High School where he other stolen goods. He said the
movie and be home before "cur vice Sunday at 3 pm. Everyoneis man was able to produce only one
took a team that had lost
Slated For 1963A few" anyhow), you should not expect urged to attend. eight of the watches but not the other
games previous season and
your parents to let you go N items.
new 4-H Club activity called out at night unless there is an spurred the squad to a 6-4 season The sheriff said the man had a
adult chaperone in the crowd. Library To CloseThe record In 1961.
the Town and Country Business well-stocked, assortment of burg-
Program will get under way in MY L' Whether you think so or not, you Suwannee River Regional His record at Suwannee High in lar tools in his automobile plusa
1963, announced Dr. M. O. Wat- PARENTS 9 are too young. Library will be closed for repairs 1962 is a story that has been told ,' host of rings jewelry and other
kins, director of the University of Many parents permit their four- next Tuesday<<) the Librarian an- many times. The Bulldogs came small items. Lewis said the man
Florida Agricultural Extension WONT* LET "hh\v-p teen year old (and younger) chil- nounced today. from the cellar to defeat 10 told him he had been "working"
Service. ME GO OU7ATNIGNTI dren to go with "the crowd" to straight opponents and down parked cars at shopping centersto
Saturday afternoon movies. But Daytona Seabreeze in the Beach
The new program was tried out / No.1 acquire the valuables.
few permit them "extra"timeit's Bowl
any game Daytona.
in Escambia, Jackson Suwannee. Williams will appear before the
to the movies and then Beverage Director Thomas E. Lee During his five E
years as a high
Columbia circuit
St. Johns
Lake and St. home again. judge during the spring
Lucie counties last year. Jr.The school head coach, Cox has an term of court.
We advise
that you ask your operation somewhat impressive
was record of 41 wins and
is for older RN
program youth
fSi \ 'lllt( parents to let you go to the after- unusual in that beverage agents 12 defeats, a phenominal slate.
and deals with business
operations THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I whether with girls or boys. In noon movies with your girlfriends. employed every available meansof No. 5
related to agriculture "agribusiness" have a problem and hope you can fact, many cities have a curfew Tell them who will be going. If locating the- illegal operations
From Town and Coun- necessary, find "older" girl dams at various points on the riv-
help me. I will be 15 years old law which requires school-age in Florida's woodlands with trans- No.4
try Business, young people gain a of whom they to tell them I er. I
soon. My parents won't let me youngsters to be off the streetsby approve portation ranging from airplanesto
better understanding of economicsand that she will be in the and iff said. Camp said that If
go out at night or even go to the a certain hour. If youngstersare group air bots. one or a series -
business by studying firms associated movies on Saturdays.I don't mean found on the streets after this will see that you return on time.If The agents Lewis said he became suspicious of dams is practical the Au-
with the marketing of with boys. I can't even go with hour, without sufficient reason, they wish, be happy that your reported 118 arrests that Williams might "have thority will construct a lock or y
agricultural products.The my girlfriends. I guess they thinkI their parents are held accountable. parents will take the time to escort during the month many of pulled that job too". He said he boat lift to allow small craft access -
youths also explore employ- am still a baby at my ageandI .Naturally,teenagers are com- you to the movies and, per- which were made at the still sites. questioned the man about the through the dun structure.
ment opportunities in business am not. What do you think? Are pletely against such a curfew but, haps, other places, and return for Part of the number of arrested previous crime but the suspect Right now the dam resembles
closely related to agriculture and they right in not permitting me while it penalizes the"good"ones you when it is time to come home. were apprehended at retail out- denied having anything to do withit. a picket fence of steel girders
thereby gain a greater appreciation to go out at all?" it also gets the "bad" ones off u ,.. bare a teenage problem ,.. lets or transporting the illegal The finishing touches will include
of the problems and struc- OUR REPLY: When a girl is the streets. want make t. discuss address or your am .bserrall.nto letter to whiskey the Director explained.The Lewis explained that while Mrs. six-foot flashboards being placed

ture of agriculture marketing. In "almost fifteen" her parents Aside from the legal aspect, NATIONAL FOR AND ABOUT WEEKLY TEENAGERS NEWSPAPER Tallahassee district put an Robinson was on vacation some- between the girders with sacks of
addition, the program points out should not let her go out at night, which may not even apply in SERVICE FRANKFORT, KT. end to the largest operation when one broke into her home and raid sand and cement braced against:
-- six still
the needs ana benefits of further pots were dynamitednear ed it of a television set several the boards to make the structure

jobs training in agri-business and education as needed well as for in FSU Will Award Havnes., Sneaks To Lions ClubRev. I line. Their the Georgia-Florida total capacity was state 5- able rings items.watches and other valu- almost"Then impervious.we'll see if she'll hold
340 gallons.
other employment fields. .L Still suspicious that water" an observer
Williams declared.
"Town and Country Business was John Haynes Rector of and receive help from One Who The largest number of stills 14. be
To Five may responsible for both
warmly received by the businessmen Degrees St. Luke's Episcopal Church, was can save us from the ravages of was found and destroyed in Duval thefts Lewis
called k
officers in 70t
guest speaker at the Lions Club the
representing some 25 firms countries that do County where 32 arrests were also Jacksonville
meeting Tuesday evening. not place God above the state. reported. Other counties contri- and requested they
across the state that cooperatedwith Suwannee YouthsFive go to the Williams home and
clubs in the seven, counties Rev. Haynes told the Lions how The speaker was introduced by buting to the drive were: search the premises for the stol-
the Chinese Communist broke Program Chairman Ken Breeden. Escambia, still
last year, Watkins said. one and six arrests en goods. Jacksonville Ct666
"Those counties that express a Suwannee County college down the resistance of the Am- President Reginald Scott Jr. pre- ; Okaloosa two stills seven officers reported 4
they had
students have completed work required erican soldiers the found the television -
prison during sided.
desire to participate in the Town ; Santa Rosa three stills;
not the other
for items.
conferring degrees from Korean War. Walton
County, three stills
and Country Business program Florida State University Registrar __ ; along_ _
He stated that the Chinese +'hft A1 "' u U UU
will be furnished printed materialand I McAlpin Club To Meet me xuauciLUi* ttttc: line, our A lib,
specialist help, and will have i Murray W. Kenna said today. worked on the weak spots of the five arrests.
the use of numerous slide sets" Four of the students are from soldiers not with brutality and Next Tuesday EveningThe Gadsden one still; Leon one
Director Watkins added. Live Oak. They are Benjamin hardships but with a method that monthly meeting of the still; along the Georgia line, 12 For All Your NeedsWITH
t t Holmes Williams BS in business would cause a great many of the McAlpin Community Improve- stills three arrests; Baker, one
administration; Arnold Lewis soldiers to become suspicious of ment Club will be held Tuesday, still; Clay four stills; Nassau
Antioch Club To: Enjoy Hunter. BS in social welfare; their fellow man and refused to Jan. 15 at 7:30 pjn. at the Mc- four stills one arrest: Alachua.one .
Robbie Elizabeth Holmes Roberts, have cooperation in standing for Alpin School.A still two arrests; Marion, one
Covered Dish SupperThe BS in home economics; and Rob- what was right and became informers covered dish supper will be still; Putnam two stills two arrests LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE
monthly. meeting of the ert Houston Mills BS in arts and on their comrads for
served prior to the program and ; three stills, ten arrests -
Antioch Community ImprovementClub sciences. favors from their captors. business meeting.S. ; Orange three stills; Seminole -
will be held Thursday, Jan. The fifth student is Clarence Rev. Haynes stated further that L. Brothers Assistant Agronomist one still.Hillsborough.
10, at 7 at the Community Randolph Jones of Wellborn. He about thirty-eight cent the
pjn. per of Agricultural Extension two+ stills: Dade
Center.A" will receive a BS in education. prisoners fell victims to the Com- Service, will be present and dis- six stills 11 arrests; Broward, one ARTHUR CROWE
covered dish will be These students are members of munist teachings died. These still Holmes
supper and cuss ways to improve quality of ; five stills; Jackson
served prior to the program and the first trimester graduating ,' he said died confused between flue-cured tobacco. He will pre- two stills: Polk three stills, 17
business meeting. class totaling 416 young men and the teachings of the Communistand sent the Experiment Station's arrests; Indian River, one still, ATGREEN'S
The program will consist of a women. The registrar said their the American way of life. recommendations on cultural one arrest; Palm Beach one still;
discussion on the general recom- diolomas will be mailed around In order for us to remain strong practices for 1963. St. Lucie, two stills 12 arrests; FUELIN

mendations for field crops for Jan. 15. and a world power we must not With the recent publicity con- Columbia, one still, four arrests;
1963. Special emphasis will be RN let any country with their ideo- cerning the use of MH-30 and Suwannee one still; Taylor, two

placed on ways to improve the logy break through our armor the reduction of allotments, it is, arrests; St. Johns three stills LIVE OAK
quality of flue-cured tobacco. Williamson flits and our way of life. The church, therefore much more importantthat one arrest; Volusia, one still; and
President Laure B. Roberson he said is one place in our life we produce a quality crop Lee two arrests.
urges all members to be present. False RumorsSchool where we can place our strength this year. We Can Serve You Better

No.. 2turning More Economically
(School Supplies at McCrimon's
) Superintendent Everett to college for gradaute
Williamson said Monday that cer- I work.

tain "rumors concerning a near I HALF fJA T EEl\I1 The commission approved the
LOW INTEREST bus-train mishap involving Su previous month's county bills and
LONG TERM wannee High Band students are ordered that they be paid. Com-
completely unfounded". missioners also voted to put three APPLIANCES
Federal Land Williamson explained that con- indigent county residents on the
Bank Loans siderable gossip has been spread COME IN FRAN!I KNOW YOU'RE pauper list to receive $10 per
about the fictitious incident JUST DYING TO MEET THE month in relief.

CONTACT which allegedly occurred when NEW GIRL THAT'S MOVED
Suwannee band students were en INTO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/
LOCAL OFFICE route to Live Oak after a football
game in Palatka Nov. 9. IIOIIe n

TelephoneFO The superintendent said the NM.N v

2-1525 near-tragedy never occured, and
i Sincere Thanks .
the rumors are entirely without "
basis in fact.

: OFFICE SUPPLIES To the citizens of Suwannee County, patrons

and all school personnel for their confidence,

I: support and courtesy shown me during my


eight year tenure on your Board of Public

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':'-. Welfare Director Shatters Old Myths

About Relief Payments To Indigent _

SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Charges Prosecutors With Shirking DutyA

spokesman shattered an old myth concerning the

welfare program and charged county prosecutors with
I J 1 I ) I failing to enforce flagrant violations of welfare statutesin

I I an address before the Kiwanians here Wednesday Jan.

I Donald L. Nelson, local directorof cline to prosecute the violators.
the State Department of Public He explained that the money that
Welfare, told the club that the has been falsely paid to such pee-
Memorial To '. maximum amount of welfare that pie is a loss to be absorbed by the
SponsorFoster f'" could be received in aid to depen- taxpayer and cannot be reco ac-
dent children was $81 per monthin
y? -- MK Florida.He pointed out that "wel-
wN explained that families receiving fare in Florida as well as the nation -
welfare payments can is big business".
ProgramSupreme reach this maximum after havinj He said that in Florida, in one

four children. Additional children recent month, 113,000 persons received -
O 'Tit Y does not increase the payments, over $6 million. He said in

fense and economy. he asserted.By this district which includes Su
Court Justice To Present The Stephen Foster Week observance + r ( his ramraks, Nelson clari- wannee and eight other surrounding -
will begin Saturday Jan. ) $ ;f, fied an old rumor that illigitima- counties 6,000 persons receiv-

Liberty .Ship Nameplate. At Rites 12, with a concert by the St. Pet- cy is encouraged by the welfare ed over $380,000 in welfare pay
ersburg Male Chorus at 3 pjn. in program that increases payments ments. He added that this district
the auditorium of the Foster Ca- accordingly to care for each ad- is the smallest one in the state.
Ninety-nine years ago on Jan. 13 Stephen Collins
rillon Tower, Barnes said. Directed f ditional child in a family.) In Suwannee County alone
Foster died at the of 37 leaving the world rich e 13
age a I
by John Reynolds, the 40-voice $ The speaker said this myth is Nelson continued, 1,330 persons
heritage of melodies, including "Suwannee River, nowFlorida's group will be making its third simply not true. He added that received approximately $2,060 in

state song. successive appearance on a Foster the only additional welfare that direct welfare payments, including -
Beginning- Jan. 12 and extending- through- Sunday.- Week program. Fred W. Martinis could be acquired for extra chil- $6,000 for medicines $ ,-
Jan. 20, the Stephen Foster Me- pleased to participate in the nationwide pianist for the popular group, dren is a $10 maximum per month for hospital expenses, and $1.73
morial in White Springs will Liberty Ship Memorial and George Bartlett plays the ,- per family for general support. for nursing home care.
sponsor a series of Stephen Fos- Program, which involves presen- banjo for several specialty num- ..> ,, r'-. "'. Nelson pointed out that the The welfare director illustrated.
ter Week programs, featuring tation of nameplates honoring -" state has stringent welfare statutes by itemizing these expendituresthat

musicians from St. Petersburg, famous Americans to appropriate bers.On Sunday, Jan. 13, the chorus 'Wt' :", to protect the program from the tax monies spent through
Chicago, and Madison, and including organizations and institutions," will present a second concert at : \ fraud. the State Welfare comes right

a special presentation of Barnes said. 3 pm. and the intermission will BACK TO CUBA Mrs.\ Georgia Bernocco and child able to He asserted, however, that In back to the counties.
the nameplate from a World Warn "The plaque will be receivedin be given over to presentation of return "home for Christmas," which is Cuba because she is married most cases, when welfare attor- Nelson said that 60 cents of every -
Liberty Ship, the SS StephenC. behalf of the State of Florida the SS Stephen C. Foster name- to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base medical doctor Lt. Stephen neys make a firm case against I dollar spent in state welfare
Foster. by Supreme Court Justice Camp- plate. Appropriate numbers, including Bernocco. persons who would defraud the programs now comes from the
National Stephen Foster Day bell Thornal of Tallahassee, who the "Navy Hymn", will be I program county prosecutors de-' (No. 1 Continued on Page 12))

Sunday, Jan. 13 has been selected -I commanded U. S. Navy gun crews incorporated into the Sunday events director for the Memorial, - -. -
for presentation of the Lib- on two Liberty ships during World presentation program, Reynolds in charge. This event is for young - -- 51. -- .::: .
erty Ship nameplate accordingto War II. The presentation is spon- announced. singers living in the Suwannee
Foster L. Barnes director of sored by the American Merchant Special carillon concerts will be District of the Florida Federationof
the State of Florida's park and Marine Institute and the Ameri- played daily throughout the weekon Music Clubs.
memorial on the Suwannee Riv- can Institute of Marine Under- the 97-bell carillon in the Winding up the busy Foster
writers, both with headquartersin Week observance will be a Sunday
er."The 200-foot Foster Tower.A .
afternoon concert Jan. 20 by the Less Than WholesaleTHE
Foster Memorial is New York City. feature will be a series of
North Florida Junior College
The presentation of the name- manually-played programs to be
mixed chO!.us. Dr. Robert Ken-
plate will be made by Paul W. presented by June Albright, Chi-
nedy will c'irect the talented sing-
USE Brauer Jr., of the Marine Office cago, one of the world's few wom-
ers from the Madison school, with
of America, Jacksonville, Fla." en carillonneurs, Barnes announced. -
Barnes said the Stephen Foster Miss Albright, who has per- the program beginning at 3 pjn.
FUCO The public is invited to all the FARMERS HARDWAREhas
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Foster Week events, Barnes said.
nameplate nearly six monthsago throughout the United States and
There is charge other than
Brand when it was learned that the abroad, will be heard at noon and no
SS Stephen C. Foster was being at 3 pjn. on Jan. 17 and 18, at the into regular the admission park grounds.fee for entry been appointed direct factory distributor for the
dismantled on' the Pacific Coast. noon on Jan. 19, and at noon .
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300 New Versions Of Holy Bible See Reduced National Average, Chamber Reports

Ancient Translators Face Severe CriticismThe
Tax OutlaySuwannee Population More CosmopolitanFor
Holy Bible has been translated into at least Wage TODAY WE LEARNED ABOUT A
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1,181 languages and dialects and 300 new translationsare
County employersmay BOTTOMLESS PIT THAT'S SOMEWHERE history foreign-born Floridians Neither resident aliens nor refugees -
under way. have to pay only onehalfof IN AFRICA. THATS IM make up a larger proportion of are included in these figures.It .
The way of a translator is hard, but present day linguists the minimum unemployment POSSIBLE. THERe CANT BE the permanent residents of the was also in 1940 that Flori-
probably face lesser hazards than their predecessors compensation tax during the com- state than the foreign-born in dians born in other parts of the
theNational Geographic So- without love I am a sounding ing year as they did in 1962.A. the nation as a whole the Flor- nation out-numbered those na-
ciety says. gong or a clanging cymbal." Worley Brown chairman of BOTTOMLESS PIT. ida State Chamber of Commerce tive to Florida. The proportionof

St. Jerome who wrote the en- Translators try to clarify archaic the State Industrial Commission s reported recently.By Florida-born that year stood at
during Latin Vulgate Bible in the terms that are no longer said the commission intends to the 1960 census. 272,161 495 per cent down from 61.5
5th century was vilified by tra- clear. In the New English Bible cut the current rate of 1.1 per Floridians named foreign coun- per cent in 1910. By 1960 the
ditionalists. He gave as good as scribes are replaced by lawyers cent of an employers payroll to tries as their birthplaces. This figure had dropped to 38 per cent
he got calling his critics "two- publicans become tax gatherers .5 per cent in 1963. ./ t number is 5.5 per cent of the and only three other of the 50
legged asses": William Tyndalewas mammon is money and surprisingly The chairma nsaid this cut has total population of the state. In states had a lower proportion.
burned at the stake as a the wise men are trans- been made possible by the banner 1940 the proportion stood at its Florida's population at the time
heretic in 1536 for translating the formed into astrologers. employment year that Florida had lowest point during this century. of the nativity check numbered
Bible into everyday English. American Roman Catholic in 1962 and the sharp drop in unemployment -, 4.1 per cent. Since that date the 4,952.788 of which 4,60.627 were

Even the revered King James scholars are preparing an English compensation pay- ,' Florida trend has been upwardas born in the United States. Of
Version was attacked when it appeared ments throughout the state. the state's becomes
the based population these 1,783,039 were Florid
version of Bible upon
in 1611. "I had rather be the original Hebrew and Greek Brown said the population of more cosmopolitan in character.The born; 1,275,735 were born in oth-
rent in pieces with wild horses the state has catapulted 508,000to national in 1940
and drawing upon recent archeo- average was er southern states; 741,988 in
than any such translation by my logical finds. The Douay Bible a total of 5,459)000) since the 4'i 8.8 per cent dropping to 5.4 per northern states; 610,498 in the
consent should be 1960 census while the nonfarm cent in
urged 1960.
upon widely used by English-speaking north central states; and 58,091in
employment ratio continues to
poor churches a noted scholar Catholics since the 17th century The British Isles were the native western states or Hawaii.
wrote. "The new edition cross- derived from St. Jerome's Vul- rise."If lands of 38.532 Floridians Born in U. S. owned islands, at
eth me. I require it to be burnt." this rate of growth con- residing in the state in 1960; from sea or while parents were travel-
Some 340 years later the King gate.The tinues to improve, it is not incon- Scandinavian countries and ing abroad were 31,653 and the
at Tel
Hebrew University ceivable that Florida will have
James Version was defended with Northern Europe came 46.704 balance of 179,623 were U. S. born
equal fervor when the Revised Aviv Israel has undertaken a two million nonfarm workers by with over half o/ these from Germany but the states were undetermined.
long-term project to revise the 1970" he said.
Standard Version was publishedin The Mediterranean coun- .
Old Testament using Dead Sea .
the United States. The RSV tries contributed 23,855 with two-
Scrolls and other precious docu- The ancient equivalents of hot Most cats travel alone in
and Great Britain's New English thirds of that number from Italy. or
ments. One of the sources is a dogs and soda pop were banned pairs but lions love
Bible exemplify a trend toward The balance of Europe including company.
clarity over poetry.In thousand-year-old man u s c rip t from Imperial Rome's municipal Russian satellite countries con- They live and hunt in groups, and
the King James Version St. that was rescued in 1948 from a stadium. A quarter of a million tributed 41.906 to the state's pop rarely kill except to eat. Even in

Paul writes to the Corinthians: burning synagogue in Syria. spectators gathered in the Circus Slash Pine Plants All GoneAll ulation. Floridians born in Russia the bush the big cats seldom attack -
"Though I speak with the tonguesof Many of the 1.181 known trans- Maximus for chariot races but proper numbered 18183. man unless provoked.
lations made by dedicated .
were decorum demanded that the
men and angels and have not From Canada and Newfound-
missionaries to tribal peoples. All slash pine seedlings total- short order if exposed to air sun,
charity I am become as sounding of the Scriptures have screaming mob go home for re- ling some 65,000,000 have been or wind. land came 31.905 Floridians. From Two of Africa's new states take
brass, or a tinkling cymbal." or freshments.If Florida Central America and the Carib- their names from the great Con-
been translated into such obscure sold according to the For Stored seedling trees looseor
In the New English Bible published Ogoni Nigerian est Service. Most 1962-63 plant- bundled should be watered bean islands came 51.079 with go River that flows through the
languages a
in 1961 the passage becomes as a woman's earth weight is will 45,274 of these Cuban-born as of heart of the continent. Former
dialect: Kekchi spoken by some ing by private landowners every two or three days and keptin
: "I may speak in tonguesof I Guatemalan Indians Kambera. 120 pounds statisticians estimate be completed in January. a moderately cool place. the 1960 census. Asia Africa Australia colonies of France and Belgium
men or angels but if I am ; she would weigh 19 on the moon State fair South American countriesand both are called Republic of the
nurserymen report Damage to seedling stock is
Indonesian tongue and Mao I
an ; .
102 on Venus and 317 on Jupiter.hiccoughs" islands around the world
WWAftftftftflflnWFOR Naga an Assamese dialect Na- supplies of other type seedlingsstill most likely in handling or in car- Congo.
THE FRESHEST tional Geographic said. available: longleaf pine loblolly rying to the field. Carry seedlingsin
SEAFOODS Field translation has its pitfalls.A Arizona Cypress Red Cedar a container of water or moist
Mack's Fish MarketPine translator in the Solomons A missionary among the Tara- Catalpa and South Florida slash. material. Plant in a hole deep SEE THEWORLDtS
found later that he had renderedthe humara Indians of Mexico triedto Orders for these will be filled enough to prevent bending the
Ave. obtain the word for "jump" by BEST SELLER
Psalmist's phrase "the wild through February or until sup- tap root.
I Freshness and Quality Assured acting it out. The Indians chor-
plies are exhausted. Since 1928. Florida's reforesta-
asses quench their thirst" as "the
Phone FO 2.1650wuuwuuwuuwuuuuwuvvuwuvuuuuu What makes the 3-plow
I used an expression which the Massey-Ferguson 35 the world's best
cannibal pigs drink water to stop Planting conditions for all typesof tion program has included the seller The exclusive
Ferguson System is the
clergyman wrote down only to big reason!
seedling trees generally have planting of one and one-third The way it transfers the soil's resistance into traction automatically
learn later that it "mean "Whatis been good Florida Forest Service billion pine seedlings. Fire con- Its easy and precise control of implements. Its-
wrong with you? foresters report except during trol for the protection of the rugged dependability and low operating cost on all kinds of
In spite of setbacks current several days of intense cold when state's multi-million dollar forests Jobs. Get a "show-how" demonstration of the unique Massey-
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick work goes on in the spirit of the state nursery operations were has been extended to 51 counties Ferguson 35. Call now. Well bring one to your place. Run
translators of the King James suspended.Pine and two more will be protected in it. test it. be convinced! You can buy it on one of the
Veneer One Two Baths. Version who wrote: "Transla- seedlings are vulnerable to the near future. Massey-Ferguson Retail Time Payment Plans.ALLBRITTON.
or tion it is that openeth the window -
freeze damage when bare roots With accelerated planting of
FHA CONVENTIONAL to let in the light; that are exposed. Care given tree seed- seedling trees and more intensive
or breaketh the shell, that we may lings before and during plantingis forest care Florida could tripleits BROS.
FinancingSMALL eat the kernel; that putteth aside one secret however, to good present growth. tc7
the curtain that we may looke survival rates. Especially impor- .
DOWN PAYMENT into the most Holy place; that tant is the need for seedling rootsto Buy with confidence from your ii: ;; TRACTOR CO.

Located In Edgewood Subdivision. removeth the cover of the well be kept moist at all times after hometown merchant who services
that we may come by the water lifting from the nurseries. what he sells. Read his ads in 215 W. 5TH ST. FO 2-2381
SELECT YOURS NOW even as Jacob." Small root hairs will dry out in your hometown newspaper.

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News From BranfordBY Branford Students Branford Personals I Funeral ServicesFor

Prepare For TestsBranford Dr. and Mrs. John Philpot of Miss. Hilda Jones returned to O'Brien LadyFuneral
Jacksonville visited relatives in FJS.U. Sunday after spending the

: MRS. LOIS WILUAMS High School studentsare Branford Thursday night. holidays with her parents Mr. services for Miss Emma
all in a hustle over the forth. Mrs. Lois Williams and Mrs. I. and Mrs. Fred Jones, and other Olive Daniels 92, were conducted

coming semester exams. P. Philpot Sr. were business visit- relatives. Saturday at the graveside in the

Bureau Spokesman Speaks Baptist Church They are trying their best to ors in Gainesville Thursday. Miss Lou Cribbs returned to O'Brien Cemetery at 2:00 pjn.
make the grades that are neces- Mr. and Mrs. W.B.Thomas hadas FJS.U. after spending the holidays Rev. Everett Williamson officiated -
sary to be placed on the honor guests last week Mr. and Mrs. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. with Rev. W. H. Anderson
: To Branford Area Men's Club Names Rev. Price roll. (This means no grades be- Paul Gresham of Tallahassee Lloyd Cribbs and family.Mr. assisting.She .

low that of a B. and Dawn Gresham who had been and Mrs. R. G. Griffith is survived by one brother.

Points Out Need For Quality LivestockThe As New PastorMembers The entire student body appreciates visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have as their guests Mrs; Grif- John B. Daniels of O'Brien; five

Branford Area Men's Club missioner was very fortunate to the excellent job that for a few days. She returned fiths' parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. nephews and one niece.

the services of Stiles since of the Branford First was done by the custodial staff in home with her parents, Mr. and Hostetter of Roanoke Va. Miss Daniels was a lifelong
Jan. 7 at the secure
met night,
Mrs. Fred Jones is a patient in
in the main
he well qualified for his po- Church delighted to resealing the floors Mrs. Gresham. resident of O'Brien. She passed
was Baptist are
Woman's Club Clubhouse with the sition. have their new pastor, the Rev. building, scrubbing and waxingthe Mrs. Howard Cheney Mrs. Mae the Tallahassee Memorial Hospi- away in the Suwannee County

president, A. Jack Phillips pre Stiles to Florida last Price and the tile floors, and painting the Hatch and Mr. and Mrs. Pasco tal.Sgt. Hospital following a short illness.
came Allen R. family on
W. H.,Suggs, Chairman of Jack Howard returned
March from Parkersburg, W. Va.. lunchroom floors. Jones were business visitors in Active pallbearers were W. G.
Agriculture and Development of the University of to Branford he The school gym has taken on Tallahassee Thursday.Mrs. from Okinawa for a visit with his Fort Bernard Smith. Oscar Pur-
Committee, introduced John Stilesof a graduate coming with all the in mother, Mrs. Mary Howard, and
West Virginia at Morgantown, was pastor of the First Baptist a "new" appearance Mae Hatch is a patient year, George Radford Clyde
the Florida Agriculture and where he was very active in 4-H Church in Raiford, and he head- gray walls painted with a new the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. other relatives before leaving for Smith and H. F. Wells.
Marketing Bureau under the direction all this done along Konoca Va.Saturday. B.
color. With James Daniels Funeral Home
and FFA work. Stiles served a ed up all the Baptist work in the
of Agriculture Commis- hitch in the Marines and then Florida State Prison there. with the new finish on the floor, Dr. Thomas Philpot of Gaines- night guests of Mr. was in charge of arrangements.
sioner Doyle Conner as speaker. of the the the gymnasium is really shining.It ville visited relatives and friendsin and Mrs. Orville Moses were Mrs. .
marketing elected to
was manager Last year he was
Suggs stated that the Com- State of Virginia. Florida Baptist State Board of appears that the Spanish Branford over the week end. Moses' uncle and aunt, Mr. and (School Supplies at McCrimon's)

Stiles discussed beef' cattle and Missions. He has served other students may have a qualified Haydon Hagin of Aurora College Mrs. Jack Harry of Jacksonvilleand !*.............................,
after the HI. is his grandmother Mrs. N. H. Ave- .
teacher starting soon in Aurora, visiting
1 the potential for producing more pastorates in West Florida since : FOR YOUR
beginning of the second semester. mother Mrs. W. J. Hagin and ry of McAlpin. :
cattle. Stiles pointedout he
and better finishing school. In 1953 r
M four things that would pro- graduated from Baptist Bible In- The prospects are much brighter other relatives. : TREE TRIMMING &

'!'.} duce more and better cattle: Bet- stitute with the honor of being than before for obtaining a qua- Branford P-TA : TREE REMOVAL :

'.:' :; ter breeding by checkin bulls before named outstanding student of the lified teacher. .. Branford School Meets ThursdayThe : TRENCHING OR
purchase as to their pedigree
year.Mrs. Branford P-TA will hold ,: DITCHING :
.observing them and the calves Price is the former Miss '.
I they had produced, better feeding Phyllis Jean Jordan. They have Miss Cranford To Wed its regular meeting tonight I:. CALL :
( in the cafe-
Gets Paint JobIf Thursday) school
F r practices,'better management and four sons: Paul, Mark, Stephen, Donald R. BoatrightMr. teria at 7:30. All members are : FloodConstruction r
control. and Bill.Baptist.
.. pest and Mrs. William F. Cran- urged to attend.
: have been in the school
Stiles stated that at the pres- you :
ford announce the engagementand Rev. Allen Price will be the Co.
the .
ent time we had approximately building recently, or even on
':v I Church Holds marriage of .
guest speaker and his talk will
have noticed that it
million of improved pas- grounds, you
2 acres
: FO 2-2101 :
their daughter, Glenda Gail be on "Spiritual Values in the
state which could be Watch ServiceA looks a lot different. .
ture in the Night Cranford, to Donald R. Boatright, the holidays there was I Home, School and Community". .....................//////////1
increased to 8 to 10 million acres. A \ Night service spon- son of :Mr. and Mrs. A. W. (Doc) During. .
That we did not produce near sored by the Training Union Department Boatright.Miss considerable worK aone to improve -
enough quality beef for our own Miss Minnie Duncan, the looks of the school.
Cranford is of '
in The custodians, with the help
trade. We are 18th Bran-
consumer director, was held at the Branford High School.Mr. .
nation in in num- Principal A. Perry Geiger and BUILDING NEEDS
the production ford First Baptist Church on Boatright is a graduate of
ber of beef cattle and 33rd on a Dec. 31 beginning at 7:30 pm.Rev. School two other men, did a lot of paint-
Suwannee High and attended -
poundage production.What Johnny MacLaren was in North Florida Junior Col- ing and cleaning.The PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
is needed is a meaty type charge of the program and A. floors in the main buildingwere PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe

of animal that can be finishedoff Perry Geiger was in charge of en- lege.The cleaned, painted, and varn
will be event
I wedding
M early, which will produce ten- Slides shown: ished. Walls were painted and the Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
tertainment. were
of Feb. 8, at 8:00: pm. in the First
RONALD NIPPER .derness and reduce waste fat, thisis of the Life, Death, and Resurrec- Baptist Church of Branford. No floors in the cafeteria were also
the most important factor to tion of Christ. Selected favorite painted.
invitations being sent, but
There has also been much improvement Langford Builders
the Stiles concludedwith SupplyEast
Representing songs of the members presentwere all friends and relatives are in-
INDEPENDENTLIFE the statement that wisdom sung by the group whichwas vited. of the gymnasium
INSURANCE CO. and understanding among the followed by special solos by which has been painted and Helvenston Street FO 2-2873
cattlemen, buyers, and the con- Miss Loyselle Hatch, Miss Eliza- cleaned. In addition, tile has been LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
IN BRANFORD AREA sumer were the most important beth Mathis, Rev. Johnny Mac- (Office Supplies McCrimon's) laid in some places.
Write P. O. Box 771 to be considered.A. .
things Laren, and Miss Susan Murrayas
Perry Geiger Branford High pianist.
LIFE HOSPITALIZATION School principal, asked that the Refreshments which were furn-
CANCELLATIONS education committee visit the ished by those present were .'
RETIREMENT INCOME school, note the crowded condi- served followed by games led by 'SL
ACCIDENT INSURANCE tions and write the Suwannee the entertainment chairman. "
Phone 753-5805 Lake City
County Board of Education as to After a brief sermon the new I

ushered in by Rev. Mac-
................................................. year was "The Lord's J
Laren Pray
singing J :r-- :
: VALENTINE'S DAY Starmeter : er" and the ringing of the church ". I W !
bell. : L. 1w


Moses Air New Home
: :
On New Year's; Day ,
3. w '
: .
I : 127 Outfit Complete 'r
Portrait In A Heart : Mr. and Mrs. Orville Moses and 4 .-.
: daughter held open house in their c
i NO SITTING FEE 2000 OH i new home on New Year's Day .,-
from 3 until 8 pjn. -
' : : About fifty friends dropped by "t-

.. DYNACHROME Start The New Year Right : during the appointed hours and

COLOR FILM were served hors d'oeuvres, fruit
: .
+ CAMERA REPAIR cake, punch, and coffee. Servingwere 'h, -
: 35mm $4.00 Value : Mrs. Joann Odom Mrs. Bet- tit %&

+ Only $2.79 i ty Moses, and Mrs. N. G. Avery. 4\)
Wo Off .
i 8mm $4.80 Value :
Branford Woman's Club

: Only $2.99Processing Full Warranty and : Sets Wednesday MeetThe

: Included Guaranteed Service : .v uJtl3l
In Above Prices Branford Woman's Club
T : will hold its regular meeting Wed- s

: : nesday at the Club House. Mrs. r 1Y
I .1 W. S. Ware president of the club,
: "If We Don't Have What You Want, We'll Get It" .1 urged all members to be present.
yr fl
their recommendations to remedythe

: dan sta nt CUSTOMER : situation. x
: : This matter was taken under
advisement and will be taken tJ

i P'H010GRAPHY'GUARANTEED. i care of in the near future.A : iT _: +' t

resolution was passed unani-
mously that the secretary call the I ,:<>' r
h. .ovciu : L. ,
chairman of the school board and '

: also, the superintendent on Tuesday -
CALL FOrest 2-1940
: morning Jan. 8 in referenceto

i For Artistic, Scientific & Realistic Photography : procuring a Spanish teacherfor
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Stan 86" SerVW : b. sworn to by the claimant: their agent ] ant and shaM be sworn to by the
I Cattle Hog Sales Up Trading Good At Livestock Mart Cancer Group To under which I win engage in kn.!...... attorney, and any such claim or olaimant .g...t.Wont..i>, and any
claim kesaad Mi filed ahe'ibe t
I expect to enrage in business in Live demand not so filed ahall be ToKL- such or eo
__ Oak. Florida and my: address is Highway: JAMES B. DANIELS JR. Toid.
tattle ana can sales at the su- utility cows ranged nom $15$16.75 lum ana gooas brought $20.50- : 90 West. A. administrator of the Eatate of Ruby BaileyAs
Hold The extent of ownership is entire. Gertrude U. Hunter, deceased. administrator of the Estate of
wannee Valley Livestock Wednes- and cutters brought $13.50- $24.25, commons $1375$16.50.Good Six-County CHARLES STANFORD 32-35 H. B. Balky deceased

day, Jan. 2, climbed to 142 com- $15.50. heifers brought $18.75- Dated this 4th day: of January A.D. 34-37
pared with 79 at the sale Utility and commercial bulls $20.50 mediums $16.50-$18 and 1963. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
while hog trading continued to be sold for $17-$18.75, few cutters commons $13$17.Common 35-38 TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY
active with a slight increase. $15.A and low-medium cows American Cancer Society NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS OR CLARA M. GREENE. IN RE: Estate of
According to George C. Avery of few good calves brought sold for 131525. One infer- will hold a conference here TRADE NAME LAW Deceased. George Lester Groover
the Florida State Marketing Bureau $22.50-$23 while standard and ior brought $12.50. Thursday Jan. 17: to inform and TO Notice WHOM is IT hereby MAY given CONCERN that the: Undersigned All creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORS Estate of Clara To All Creditors and Person Haying

trading was active with demand utility calves sold from $16-$20. Good and low-choice calves warn the public about cancer and pursuant to the fictitious M. Greene, deceased are hereby notified Claims or Demands Against Said Estate.'
One low-choice feederstockersteer traded for $21.50-$24 mediums name statute Chapter 20953. or Section and required to file any claims or You and each of you are hereby n'> -
good for all classes of cat- be done to fied and required to rlajn;=>
suggest what can control 865.09. Florida Statutes 1941 will demands which they may: have against present any .
tle. traded for $23.50 high-med- $18.50-$21.75. commons $15-$18. the dread disease. register with the Clerk of the Circuit aid estate in the office of the County and demands which you, or either o'
Hog sales showed a slight increase Court in and for Suwannee County Judge of Suwannee County. Florida, in you, may have against the estate ( ,f
Avery added however, that The District Four Conferencewill Florida upon receipt of proof of publication the Court House at Live Oak. Florida, George Lester Groover deceased, Li-
in the number sold with within six (6) calendar months from of said County to the County Judge 'f
of this notice the fictitious ,
trading in all classes too be conducted for volunteersand name .
was No.1 1,575 traded compared with 1,518at to-wit: the date of the first publication of this Suwannee County Florida, at his off: i.
slight In either week's their friends residing in Su in the house of said County ,
activity to fund- CarP. Radio And TV Service notice. Each claim or demand must be court
federal government on a the previous sale. filed in duplicate, in and Live Oak, Florida, within six cakn.I.r
determine an accurate price com- wannee Bradford, Union, Colum- under which I will engage in business. writing must ,,, .
state the of months from the time of the first i hlication
matching arrangement.He Mixed grades of 180-210 pound I expect to engage in business in Live place residence and post
parison. Feeder-stocker classes added that 92 cents out of bia, Hamilton. and Lafayette Oak, Florida and my: address is 104 office address of the claimant and must of this novice. Each claim
barrows and gilts brought $15.09 be to by the claimant his demand shall be in writing and tna
made up nearly two-thirds of the Counties. It will be held in the East Howard Street. sworn : agent.
every dollar goes directly to the 210-240 pounds $14.89 240-270 The extent cf ownership is entire. or his attorney, or it will become void state the place of residence and jo-"
run while calves Gold Leaf Restaurant. office address of the claimant ar I
were slightly CARL HAWKINS JR. according to law.
people while only 8 cents is spent pounds $14,160-180 pounds $14.35 SClara S. Wadsworth shall be sworn to by the claimant ih. :
under one-third of the total he Registrations will begin, at 10 Dated this 17th day: of December AD.
in administrative costs. The department 140-160 pounds $14.27, 120-140 1962. Executrix agent or attorney: and any such ('?cnn
a.m. under the direction of theSociety's CARL HAWKINS JR. 33-36 or demand not so filed shall be for'.
said.Standard slaughter employs approximately pounds $14 100-120 pounds 14, Suwannee County Unit, 3235. W. L. GrooverAs
steers ,
1,300 workers. and 80-100 pounds $13.05. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY administrator of the Estate f *
brought $20-$23.50 per hundred the Mrs. Tom Cheek, chairman, assisted IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE. SUWANNEE COUNTY. George Lester Groover decea-: .
said that larg-
The speaker Most sows under 400 pounds .
and JUDGE.
pounds and utility steers sold by Mrs. Barney Bailey
est single expenditure of welfare brought J1-$12.50. Sows over FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN RE: Estate of
from $17.50-$21.50. One cutter Mrs. Lloyd Googe. Mrs. E. L. Kentof H. B. Bailey NOTICE
RE: Estate of
funds goes to old people who account 400 pounds sold for $10.50$11.50.Boars ,
brought $15. Live Oak president of the Society's HARDY H. HUNTER. Deceased.To Notice of Annual Meeting of M 'n>
for 62 per cent of the total. brought $8. Deceased.To All Creditors and Persons Having bers of First Federal Savings and L- ..1
One low-good heifer brought Suwannee County Unit AH Creditors and Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Association of Live Oak.
children receive 27
$23.50 standard $19-$22 and a Dependent per Medium and good feeder-pigs will welcome the assembly. Rev. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you are hereby noti- Notice is Hereby given that the t,'"
cent of the disbursement. under 60 pounds brought $14$15.75 .- You and each of :yon are hereby noti- fied and required to present any claimsor nual meeting of members of the ah.\0
few utility $18$18.50.LAND William Nickerson will give the fied and required to present any claimsor demands which you or either of named association will be held at :' '
Nelson said that legislation is 60-90 .
pounds $13-$15.50 on .
invocation.Dr. demands which :you or either of yon, you may have against the estate of home office of the association Ion- ,
iii .... now up before the Florida Legis- lot of goods 90-120 pounds $14.50, may have against the estate of HAR- H. B. Bailey, deceased, late of said at 306 E. Howard St.. Live Oak. 1- -,-
lature which if approved would and under 90 pounds Sara Louise Smith, Florida DY H. HUNTER deceased, late of County, to the County Judge of Suwannee Ida at 2 o'clock p.m. on the 16th tto'>."
CLEARING commons State University, will give the said County, to the County Judge of County Florida at his office in the of January, IMS.
give the state greater amounts of brought mostly 101375. Suwannee County Florida at his officein court house of said County at Lire Oak. By order of the board. of directors
BULLDOZINGDISCINGSmall matching federal funds. B opening address. Her subject will the court house of said County at Florida within six calendar months D. V. GIDDENS JR.
be "The American Cancer So- Live Oak Florida within six calendar from the time of the first publicationof Assistant Secretary
"If the state legislature acceptsthe The venom laboratory at Ross months from the time of the first pub- this notice. Each claim or demand First Federal Savings and Lo u
or Large Areas federal proposal on welfare Allen's Reptile Institute at Flor ciety Its Organization and lication of this notice. Each claim or shall be in writing, and in duplicateand Association of Live Oak
Policies." demand shall be in writing, and shall shall state the place of residenceand Live Oak. Florida
CALLH.C.TURNER in its next session Florida will ida's Silver Springs is currentlythe state the place of residence and post post office address of the claim- 34-35
Following Dr. Smith's address, office address of the claimant and shall
receive $3 from the federal gov- world's largest producer of
Margaret E. Waid MD., Gainesville be sworn to by the claimant, their ag-
ernment for every $1 put up by venom for medical purposes. This ent, attorney and any such claim or
the state" Nelson said. laboratory furnished 90 per cent volunteer member of theSociety's demand not so filed shall be void. A. L "Aubrey" WARDSPREADER
Night FO 2-3395 State Public Education JAMES B. DANIELS JR.
The welfare director asserted of the venom used by the U. S. As administrator of the Estate of
Day WO 32373or Committee, will speak on "Ma-
Hardy H. Hunter, deceased
that "welfare
programs can only Armed Forces in World War II.
terials and Approaches Which Are 32.35
be achieved if people who care
O. Box 475 what happens to other human beings Russian sportsmen train black Needed to Give Emphasis On IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
Cancer Education For The Pub- JUDGE. SUWANNEE COUNTY
i WELLBORN, FLORIDAWflflfflflflflflhIflftflflflflflflflW lend their encouragement I I eagles to hunt foxes antelopes lic". FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS'Fast
and support". and wolves. IN RE: Estate ofGERTRUDE
After the 12 o'clock luncheon, U. HUNTER and Courteous Service
Deceased.To .
a medical panel will be conducted All Creditors and Persons Having

moderated by Dr. Waid. Pan- Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271
You and each of noti-
you are hereby
el members and their subjectswill fied and required to present any claimsor McALPIN, FLORIDA
be "Lung Cancer", by Dr. demands which you, or either of you,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION c may have against the estate of GERTRUDE .
Hugo Sotolongo Medical Advisorof U. HUNTER, deceased. late of Near Harrell's: Store on Mayo Road
the Suwannee County Unit; said County, to the County Judge of
Suwannee County Florida, at his office
"Skin and Oral Cancer", Dr. F. 4i the court house of said County at
First Federal Savings and Loan Association W. Henderson Lake City; and Live Oak, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
"Surgery and Research In Can- :.
lication of this notice. Each claim or -IIII!
cer", by John John E. Rayl Department demand shall be in writing, and shall
of Live Oak state the place of residence and post J
of Surgery V. A. Hospital -
office address of the claimant, and shall
Lake City.
305 E. Howard Street The conference is scheduled to

adjourn at 2 p.m. 0 PINE TIMBER

"' (School Supplies at McCrimon's)

After the close of business at December 31, 1962 ALL KINDS .


First :Mortgage Loans $637,694.60 TO WHOM TRADE IT MAY NAME CONCERN LAW:

Notice is hereby given that the under- C. DEMPSEYP.
Loans on Savings Accounts signed, pursuant to the fictitious name
statute. Chapter 20953, or Section 865.-
09, Florida Statutes. 1941. will register O. Box 628
Stock in FHLB 500.00 with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
,0 and for Suwannee County, Florida, upon LIVE OAK, FLORIDA meet a, history :maKer. .
receipt of proof of publication of this _
Cash on hand and in banks 152,052.62 notice the fictitious name, to-wit:

0, t
Office Building and Equipment .:; o:" ". -

Less Depreciation' 5,062.48 riia9Waw :
Other Assets ':'::e:' 1,241.79 Farm Machinery Auction Sale


$821,273.07 Monday, January 14th, 10:00 A.M.

Largest sale of the year. Bring equipment you wishto

sell and buy what you need. Anyone can buy or
sell. r
Savings Accounts $789,111.94

Loans in Process 28,108.94 ALREADY LISTED :


Federal Insurance Reserve ./. $3,421.71 25-Fords ALL NEJ'V..ALL

Undivided Profits 15 Fergusons -
630.48 4,052.19 ,
f"3 t'OAP

$821,273.07 15-John Deeres

3-Allis Chalmers Y7I

1\VD 45 Allis Chalmers I

25-Tractors, Different Makes & Models 3
DIRECTORS 75-Ford & Ferguson Cultivators
President 200-Pieces of Equipment


Vice President 41 4 T. AIRTH : JI EJP'


Secretary & Counsel DUKE McCALLISTER

Sylvester Highway
DIVIDEND Phone 985-5048 Moultrie, Ga.


Asst. Secy. & Manager





The officers and directors of First Federal express their sincere JJ-4iIii:1: ?


thanks and gratitude to all of its members, who have made possible CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU.

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