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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 36



I t.l THINKING Craft Boat Company B
Rainfall Floods.Citytiets


I ii OUT LOUD.With r Boat Manufacturing Industry Set v../ IS H


Louie C. Wadsworth To Move Factory To BranfordA Water. Nears Two-Foot Mark In City Traffic Routed Around City

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National Guard. new industry has moved to Suwannee County and II ? a cf

Governor Farris Bryant manufacture boats in Branford, E. K. Hamilton, man- I n. Water Seeps Into StoresRoads

ted and announced last of the Chamber of Commerce, reported Tuesday.The .
the new alinement of the firm is the D Craft Boat Company owned by D. AI. Suffer Extensive Damage

Army National Guard. A Greene. The company is currently located in Day- .. A heavy deluge of rainfall pounded down on Live
hour of 3:30 pjn. Thursday I tona Beach but will completelymove Oak last Saturday and flooded several downtown areas

placed on the information, I. its operation into Branford. including the much-traveled U. S. 90, leaving a trail of
nothing could be said in E. Williams
Hamilton said that Greene told
column about the change disgruntled and angry motorists circling the city.
him he intends to employ approximately -
week. The main intersection at How-
25 employees.
Services ard Street and Ohio Avenue was
Under the new troop According to Hamilton, the boat
wiA6i blocked off by the police depart- Dickman SelectedTo
Florida was oifered, the is moving from Daytona -
company ment because of high water pond ,
the 48th Armored Division
Beach primarily because it is too
in Florida released to FridayFuneral ed up west of the crossing. Traf-
was
small to compete with larger boat Chair School
fic routed around the flooded -
was
and basis for the .
a new troop services for Mr. W. E. manufacturers in that area. In :v 4

vision accepted.In ( ) Williams, 51, were held in addition, a location in Branfordwill areas.
the At the intersection of Pine Ave- Board In 1963The
accepting new Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church put the company closer to its
for the Army National with interment following primary outlets in Chicago and nue and Howard Street, the water
Florida, a strong feeling to the Church Cemetery.Rev. Indiana.D stood approximately two feet deep Board of Public In-
all troops in the state under Ben Borders officiated Craft Boat Company will occupy and finally entered the Live Oak struction met Tuesday, Jan. .
command, to make it the service with assistance the building formerly used Drug Store and Worth's Surprise 8, for its organizational ses-'
view the National Guard Reverends J. W. Baillie, C. by the now defunct Branford Store. Fjnployees of Sharples laid sion of 1963 and elected
state level, and to attend down sandbags at both front and
D vis. and Nathan Wooley. Boat Works. Greene signed a Otto F. Dickman chairmanof
camp at one time, was a : -- ; lease-purchase agreement with t.nnw'n :.rca12. ': rgbn d'M back entrances to prevent the
factor. Under the new plan, S j&V the Suwannee County Develop- : "3 water from entering there. Busi- the board. V. V. Brim
army troops in the Florida ment Board. nesses on the other side of the was named vice-chairman.

f will go to camp at the same Hamilton explained that the street were unscratched. .,<.
and all will be under a Development Board had come to This driver took a look at the "lake" covering the intersectionof Perhaps the worst hit area from >I'

headquarters for tactical own the building after it had Pine Avenue and Warren Street and decided to turn around and the downpour was on West How-
training supervision.This loaned to the owner of the ard Street around the Sherwin 11;
money head back the other way. The water was approximately two feet \, .
Boat Works and they had defaulted Williams paint store. Harrell's ;:-
is the third major on payments and interest. deep. Gulf Service Station and Loy ..S ,
ganization Florida guardsmen According to Hamilton, Greenecan Perry's Texaco Service were under --,..
undertaken since World I lease the building for an indefinite water. Sherwin Williams was
for the thinking today is to Nr: period of time with an No Arrests MadeMassive flooded. All of the businesses were

the Guard ready for option to buy at his convenience. forced to close and personnel left .
use in case of emergency. wl He has already bought the tools Moonshine Operation Is the area.
means organization on the and equipment that came with The water around these busi-
level and basis as the the building.The nesses resembled a small lake,
Smashed Near Wellborn SectionOne
that in event of a
army so new company, Hamiltonsaid with gasoline pumps and modern
the U. S. Army can and will
will manufacture wooden
structure rising from its depths. r
tion coordinated and of the largest moonshine stills ever discovered in
as a outboards for fishing or pleasure.He The water level was estimated at
ful force. said the company plans to Suwannee County was raided and destroyed by sheriff's approximately three feet.
Thus we have changed in produce one basic model with a deputies :Monday afternoon.
The official Weather Bureau
part of the state from an complete line of optional acces- The still was located near the Wellborn Community. Station at Radio Station WNER

try regiment to an armored sories. Sheriff Hugh Lewis estimated that the plant had a capacity reported that the rainfall was
mand and now into various One of these optional acces-
of approximately 3,000 gallons.
)
measured at 5.61 inches, the
types of combat units. W. E. (Dub) WILLIAMSMr. sories will be overnight accommo-
calculated that it
He said he
greatest amount of rainfall recorded -
Wed dations. Hamilton explained thatD would be capable of producing Elbert Trussell
The unit at Live Oak will Williams succumbed here since April 9, 1957
Craft intends to design one
in the Suwannee around 150 gallons per run. of rainfallfell
Jan. 9, This near six inches
change and will remain as a basic hull that is large enough to OTTO F. DICKMAN
Hospital following a brief Lewis said he located the still over a 12 hour period.
tank
pany in the one (No. 3 Continued on Page 8) Funeral Services
allocated to Florida. Major by a tip from an informer. He Roads in and around the city Dickman will succeed John S.
quarters of the local unit will Williams was born and said the operation bad been tinder : suffered extensive damage, especially Flood, former chairman of the
to Tampa from Jacksonville in Suwannee County and Weaver Named surveillance by his deputies and Held On SaturdayFuneral those not paved. Many of school board, who declined to seek
ever, as the battalion his life here. He served with Constable Alvo Curl of Wellborn the dirt roads throughout the city re-election. The board cofflffiead-
part o; a separate infantry and esteem on the Suwan- since Friday. The operators did services for Mr. ElbertW. were washed away while the Ne- ed Flood with words of appreciation
Board of Public Instruction Bank OfficerLouis not return to the site during this Trussell, Suwannee County gro section northwest of town for his eight years of service -

ade.Plans call for Live Oak to 12 years. time, however, and no arrests resident for the past 20 years, resembled a swamp. to the Suwannee County
a' troop allotment sufficient He was a member of the Mt. J. Day, president of the were made, Lewis said. were conducted Saturday in the The Mayo Road was damaged school system.
care for the present strength 8)D Baptist Church and was Commercial Bank of Live Oak, The still measured ten by eight First Methodist Church with Rev. considerably as old patches gave One of the first official vets
in civic affairs.Mr. announced this week the electionof by four feet. It was constructed Spivey Brabham and Rev. Nash way and new holes opened up to presented to the board in 1968
February 15 has been set as Williams is survived by his Kelly Weaver as vice presidentof inside a house in what was oncea Philpot officiating. He was buriedin plague motorists.The was the resignations of Gene Ce*,
date for the change over to Mrs. Jewell Williams; one the local institution. Weaver bedroom. It appeared that the the City Cemetery.Mr. county as a whole appearedto Suwannee High School athkttc
new lineup. This gives but I Mrs. Norma Jean Skin- had been a director of the bank operators had welded the whisk- Trussell suffered a fatal have fared well under the director, and Brent Hall, assistant
time in which to work cut all (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) for a number of years. Day said ey-making unit together in the heart attack Thursday, Jan. 10, storm, with the exception of the football coach. The resignations
tails but prior planning will Weaver would be in charge of the room since it was too large to be while attending a District Welfare many graded roads that were were accepted with reluctance
Florida meet the deadline. bank's public relations. moved through the doorway.As Board meeting in Lake City. damaged. Very little water was but with sincere appreciation fer
The new troop basis has Named Other officers re-elected at the photographers and newsmen Mr. Trussell, 65, was born in left standing near the main high- the two men's services to the
in the mill for months and I bank's annual meeting were Dayas gathered around the scene, a Ne- Talbot County Ga. He moved to ways. school during the past two years.In .
president; W. M. Jernigan as workman hefted other business, the council
been privileged, due to my First gro a pickaxeand Suwannee County 20 years ago
ment, to be in on the executive vice president; John G. punctured the giant still pot. where he has been selfemployedas voted to add another school bus
I think the new troop Adicks, vice president; and J. Liquid mash poured freely from a farmer and had retired from Youth Loses Auto to the city route to relieve crowded -
in Florida is far better than BankGeorge Tom Moore, cashier.B. the gaping hole onto the floor civil service. conditions of the other three
one under which we were W. Helvenston III was turning to pungent froth and During the portion of his life License For Month buses now serving the area.
ing and in light of the fact W. Harmony was named named to the bank's board of directors flooding the house and back yard. that he spent in Suwannee Coun- The board agreed that the ad-
were to lose the state's part of the First National to replace his late father After the sour mash had been ty, Mr. Trussell served the com- ditional bus would take some of
the 51st Infantry Division, of Live Oak at a meeting Walker Helvenston. bled from the huge, square tank, munity with dignity and vigor. On Traffic Charge the overload off the other bases
decision to give up the 48th the bank's board of directors Directors re-elected in additionto workmen began destroying it witha He was vice chairman of Dis- and permit rural children to arrive -
ored Division was both this month. P. C. Crapps Day Jernigan, Adicks, and cutting torch. The sheriff said trict No. 3 of the Welfare Board.He Mayor J. Marvin Phillips made home from school earlier.
and sound. who had been serving as Weaver were James Hardee, Mar- he did not want to dynamite the was a past president of the good his pledge to tighten downon The board also began a dis-
was named chairman vin E. Jones. Otto Wettstein m. still because of the damages that Rotary Club, a member of the traffic violators by "lifting" a cussion of specifications required
One of the fine things the board. and V. B. Brown. would be done to the house. Barrett Masonic Lodge No. 43, a youth's drivers' license in city for letting bids on new buses. The
today's National Guard is Harmony has been with the President Day termed the year The structure that housed the Scottish Rite Mason and a mem- court Monday. board plans to purchase four to
flexibility of its officers and for many years, has served 1962 the best in the bank's his- still was located next to a dirt ber of Al Sihah Temple of Macon, The youth was charged with five new school buses with the
There was a time not too all officer slots and has played tory. He said the continued road with a shallow front yard. Ga. In addition he served diligently reckless driving inside the city most modern features, to repteee
years ago that we would have major role in the bank's growth growth and development of this From all appearances, a passer- as director of the Suwannee limits. In addition, the youth's some of the worn down buses currently -
proached such a major development thru the years.A. county was reflected in the by would assume the two-bedroom County Civil Defense pro- license was restricted, requiringan being used.
zation with apprehension, but P. Nott and T. E. Abercrom- growth of his banking institutionand home to be the residence of a gram. adult with a clear operators' (No. 7 Continued on Page 8)
day the officers and men of were named vice presidents. that he was most optimist medium-sized family.No. Mr. Trussell was a member of license to be in the vehicle with
Florida Army National Guard C. Crapps m and T. T. Scott about the future of this area. ( 4 Continued on Papa 8)) (No. 5 Continued on Page 8)
capable of mastering the re-elected vice presidents. him.The Mayor gave the youth a 'Council Approves! .
difficult task. P. Wiggins was named the choice of paying a $30 fine or relinquishing ,
This stems from a cashier with Irene C.Hing- Pnlien Rmrtp Traffic Around Flooded Areas his license for 30 days.
17 Forms
drivp to build stronger and as assistant cashier.Dr. The boy said he did not have the Lights,
units and to a willingness on Donald L. Burch was selec-
part of officers at all levels a director of the bank. Other pr*' $30.The Mayor then instructed the Police Study UnitThe
qualify themselves re-elected were P. C. chief of police to hold the license

Today's Army is a far cry Jr., Alfred T. Airth, P. C. for the specified time. city council met Tuesday
that which won World War n m. Robert Engstronu Os- "When you get them back Jan. 8, and authorized Florida
for times Green, G. W. Harmony C. L.
necessarily so, maybe you'll appreciate them Power and Light Corporation to
changed and only a fighting Duke McCallister, and R. more," Mayor Phillips told the install 17 more street lights In the
trained in modem warfare Moore. T. T. Scott and E. S. youth.
city. Eleven of these street lights
have a chance today.It were renamed honorary Police Chief Elwood Howard informed will be erected from where Ute-

the court that a drifter present lights end on South Ohio
'Is personally gratifying to President Harmony said the lo- who gave his name as Robert Avenue to the edge of the city
for the local unit under the bank had enjoyed one of its Gomez had been confined to the limits. Five of the lights will be
mand o; Captain Nicky years during 1962 and in- r :rte county jail for indulging In the scattered throughout the city at -
to again receive a rating of attention to the bank's end aroma of paint thinner. strategic points where they are
pprior for the IG inspection the year statement as it ap Two weeks ago a man was arrested needed.

last month. This is the third in an advertisement in this : DETOUR for public drunkenness In One of the new lamps will be a
in a row that the unit here of the Democrat as evidence the city after he had consumed
mercury vapor light which will be
attained this top rating and the growth .of the. institution. Li S 9 0 i quart of the highly-poisonous, installed near the city lit bta
dicates Captain Tsacrios and e
gaseous mix.Howard boundary on North Ohio Avenue.
officers and men of his Final Set told the Mayor that
Tryouts Mrs. J. D. Henry and Miss Ada
have spent considerable time J
Gomez had developed a new"twist"
Mae Roberson, representing the
effort in building the unit For Minstrel Show rf:
He said the man would Junior Woman's Club, appeared
high degree of proficiency.The Final tryouts for the Minstrel : pour the billious liquid onto a
.. ',' .<.,, before the council and urged the
number of units Variety Show will be held >' ( handkerchief apply the wet clothto governing body to make a park
superior ratings was lower Jan. 17, with open- his nose and sniff the fumes site out of the 15 acres of land
year than last and I am for male and female vigorously. north of the City Cemetery which
the record of the Live Oak members. Howard said the man was con- the council purchased some time
The variety show, sponsored fined In the jail for one day after
Up in Atlanta on Friday we the Band Parents Associa 'Vhich he was required to pay two ago.The two ladies recommended

be told of Third Army plans will feature an accordion )f the three dollars on his person that the land be set aside for
summer camp and be given a Can-Can chorus. for board costs. He was delivered ground-level markers
Chief Elwood Boward'and of the Live Oak police force reroute traffic from only, re-
ing objectives for the year. Suwannee High Stag Band several members passing to the edge of the city limits and tricting tombstones and memorial -
Sunday at CampBlanding others. The show will be west through the intersection of U. S. 90 and Ohio Ave after a heavy deluge ponded water two urged to Tn,1r. himeolf 'c" T* in errections to the currently,

(No. 1 Continued on Page ) on Feb. 1415.<< feet at the Pine Ave.-Howard Street intersection, a block away. (No. 6 Continued on Fare I) (No. 8 Continued on Pace 8))



A
TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1963


THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Approaching The Deadline

FLORIDA'SFarm

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In

The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley"

BANNER Consolidated LEADER I

Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street rv

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher FrontBy

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor LAST .MY1'K "

I Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor i I WHEN W2s. Noel xGwa uD.I V Majority Party Should Control Legislative HouseThe

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager I / / CAN FILE. HEED A LMIg l) tOLO first major- issue to face bers kept a major amount of leg- "

Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida FO GET MINE liIsTR the 88th Congress when it recon- I islation from reaching the House Doyle E.

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 HAVE No : / r I GH T: vened was a revision of its own I floor. Thus the majority party ConnerWe
PROBLEM-NO / }, rules the House to decide on and the Administration did not
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 MONEY, NO 4 i
TAXES.t. 1.a //1 -- the size and powers of its Rules have effective control of the flow have so much food in the
ALL
n SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance I \ Committee
the Senate to
r and of legislation to the floor of Con- U. S. that it's difficult to visualize -

ir wage its biennial fight over how gress. the possibility the time may
Florida Press Association \\i votes should be
many requiredto The Rules Committee, knownas come when agriculture will not
,4di SUWANNE cut oi'f a filibuster.Of the House "traffic cop" sets
o be able to produce enough to feed
70": MEMBER OF COuri j I \ the two major battles that the duration and conditions of the world's soaring population.

a =. a SUWANNEE COUNTY 18ER ,r I / a r rj of the House is of more immediate debate on almost all controversial Yet that possibility has been
} COMMERC EJ 1 significance to domestic affairsin bills approved by the legis-
OIlJO'V mentioned more than once by stu-
Chamber of Commerce rm1+tItle : \ \ the nation. lative committees. Without a dents of population trends and

Two years ago the House rules "rule", it is almost impossible to world farm resources.As .
'f oMY Vou curs committee was enlarged from 12 maneuver a controversial measure
-- '.I, )i S wlnt Mc,CY a consequence, research has
f to 15 members to break dead-
a through the 435-member
House.
Potential Not Limited. COMING BKK been going on for some time to
( a FILE SLY' lock in which two southern Dem- All routes either require high unanimity food that
find new sources of
/ One point toward progress that most citizens of Su J ocrats and four Republican mema or expose a bill to endless could be used to supplement the

wannee County appear to agree upon is the need for : J 1 7 delaying tactics. edible products on which man has

greater industrial and commercial development in this discussion in how to chart the Largely because of seniority, the subsisted since earliest times. It's

area. club's activities for the coming Rules Committee is much more known that the oceans contain
conservative than the House as a
Economic progress and growth is usually a welcome year. whole. A few ultraconservative huge amounts of aquatic organisms -

j sight to all communities. It helps provide for more and 1 Democrats and their Republican that offer a vast potential

better schools, improved roads, greater opportunities, and It Happened In Attorneys for additional Ruby McCollumwere cohorts have joined forces in a source of human scientists food. Also one is
given an five days group of space now
jobs to attract and hold coalition which
young people. by denying
of food
to prepare arguments on a motionfor researching the prospects
But sometimes people tend to fix their gaze on bluer a new trial here Monday and "rules", prevents key bills approved production from such things as

skies and greener pastures and lose sight of the obvious I Suwannee County Releford McGriff, Negro lawyer by committees from being algae within a vehicle making a

resources and raw materials at their fingertips that could of Jacksonville, was hired to rep- considered by the House. long trip to a distant planet, or
As the 88th
open up whole new auras of growth.It resent the defendant. Congress opened. on future stations to be established -
Sen. Howard Smith of Virginia
that Suwannee is suchan on a planet or orbiting in
seems County missing just r chairman of the Rules
obvious economic opportunity at its fingertips. This I 1923 1938 1953 Jaycees of Live Oak voted |tee and an arch-conservative Commits .
Tuesday to take the Christmas But the latest developmentthat
opportunity lies in exploiting the potential of feeder sought for a return to the 12-
decorations down and appointedPaul has come to my attention is
livestock which has been created the vast man to the old
by corn crop : i Stewart to contact the sen- group reverting so fantastic as to be almost un-
that Suwannee farmers harvest and sell outside the county From The Files Of The ior Chamber of Commerce about coalition that could effectively believable. It's an organism that

f each year. r .,.. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT appointing the Jaycee presidentas block did not every meet bit of its legislation self-conceived that feeds on petroleum and providesan
A recent article in the Florida Cattleman magazine a director. excellent protein concentrate,

singled out Live Oak and the massive feeder livestock potential conservative standards without comparable to fish meal or soya

that filters through this community's Vincent Jones, originally from giving the House as a whole the cake, and believed to be an excellent -
grasp an- Years chance to vote it. He failed in
Forty Ago - 1923 Trenton on
and a University of Flor- food for both man and
1 his efforts.
nually.T. Farmers throughout the county place. Now, the consistent mild ida agriculture graduate, has been beast.:
J. Cunha, the expert who authored the article, is President Kennedy has attached -
have'purchased their fertilizer for winters have encouraged renewed employed as vocational agricul- As reported recently in TIME,
I associated with the of Animal Sciences great importance to the
Department Uni-
the 1923 crops and have laid out vigor in citrus production in this ture teacher for the J. F. Williams con- a pilot plant to raise the oil-eat
versity of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station. :Mr. their work for what is believedwill county. FFA Chapter of Suwannee test over the size of the committee ing "bugs" is to be built in France

Cunha had this to say about Suwannee County. I be the "finest hour" in Su High School. stating that "we can't function" where a petroleum research scientist
"Last in the Live Oak if the group reverted to the has been with them
year area, about 1,000,000 wannee Agriculture. The Live Oak Community working
old 12-man .
bushels of corn raised and processed in their elevator were Cotton and hogs are thought Council met Monday and elected Bill Avery of the Ladyland 4-H roadblock.The since 1957. The protein productwill

shipped out to Georgia. This corn is enough to fatten out to be the most profitable money Jack Green president of the group Club was elected boys county President to the effective is right.function-It is essential be tried out first as animal

40,000 head of steers. It would also fatten about 112,000 crops. The development of hogs for 1923. Other officers elected council president and Mary feed. The bugs do well on low-
ing of Congress that the -
as a money crop has proven highly were J. A. Ross, vice president George, also of the Ladyland responsibility 1 grade oil which costs about one
hogs.
successful since cooperative and A. H. Grant secretarytreasurer. Club, was chosen girls presidentat for the flow of legislation I cent per pound and a pound of
"It looks like some people in Florida and to the floor of Congress be in the
especially hog-selling has been inaugurated Members of the executive a meeting of the County 4-H good protein has the nutrient
in the Live Oak area, are missing out on a splendid opportunity' in the county. committee are S. A. Hinely and Council held in the Conference hands of the majority party lead- value of 5 pounds of lean meat.

to utilize this corn for either beef cattle or swine Jacob Johnson.W. Room 0: the Agriculture Build- ership.It .

feeding. We only produce about 20 percent of the beef Two good homes changed own- ing. is clearly undesirable that a Because I'm in the cattle business -

and around 20 percent of the pork we consume in Florida.It ers last week. W. T. Adams bought R. (Sonny) Jenkins, one of minute group, entrenched by seni- I try to keep posted on new

does not seem right for us to ship out corn to Georgiaand the home of Mr. Chittenden on the progressive farmers and live- Eight Suwannee County 4-H House ority, should of be able to keep the developments that spell greater

South Ohio Ave. Wiley Grantham stock producers of the county, Club boys left for Gainesville today Representatives from efficiency in beef production. So
then ship it back to Florida in the form of pork or
passing judgment on the meritsof
I beef. purchased the W. L. Lowry prop- sold a rail carload of hogs for where they will attend a live- you can imagine the jolt I got
erty on Duval Street and moved J$1,700 a banner load for Suwan- stock judging school conducted by proposals of great public mom- when I read this last paragraphin
"We also ship in about 15,000 feeder pigs which wet his family the first of the week. nee County. the University of Florida Collegeof ent.As TIME'S report: "Chemist (Alfred -

go out. of state each year to buy. Most of these are used The lightest hog in the car Agriculture.A one observer has expressedit ) Chapagnat has a growing

by our garbage feeders in Florida. The corn availablein Suwannee County oranges are weighed 250 pounds and the : "Wouldn't it be better to makeit affection for his busy oil bugs

the'.Live Oak area could certainly be used to produceall again being sold in quantity.' One heaviest 425 pounds. Negro bootlegger and his 16- easier for the House to decide which he claims are much faster

these. 15,000 feeder pigs. which we go out of state each grocery store has handled noth- year-old son were arrested for make what it it wants easier for to vote on, than to workers than steers. A 1,000-
year-to':buy. ing but Suwannee oranges up to Worthy Grand Matron of the selling whiskey in Suwannee the Rules Com- pound steer that is properly fed

the holiday season, and a number ]Eastern Star Order, Mrs. Annie County last Monday evening mittee to decide what the House synthesizes one pound o; proteinin
"Thus, a lack of corn, as some people think, is not wants to vote on?"
of homes are being supplied door Schneider of Pensacola was a about 6 pja. by Sheriff Hugh 24 hours. In the same period
the only reason why steer fattening and swine fattening Lewis in the first -Bradford County Telegraph
to door. distinguished visitor here Mon- successful raid 1,000 pounds of oil bugs, grazing
has .not increased more than it has," Cunha continued. Years ago before the "big
"At the Florida Cattlemen's meeting at Marianna, freeze", this section was noted I charter to Suwannee Chapter years. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) (No. 1 Continued on Page 7))

J. R,-.HendersonUn. .ty of Florida agronomist, pointed for its citrus products. Since then, 49, which was done at a largely ---

out the fact that we are now producing about 16 million however, general farming: took its attended meeting that afternoon. .

bushels of corn in Florida. He also stated that Florida

corn yields now average 33 bushels per acre. Ttcenty-Five Years Ago -- - 1938

"By 1970 or earlier, this yield can be increased easily Funeral services for Chapman houn operator of Rocky Mount, njoy family funtimeafterdark

to 50 bushels per acre by using better production prac- Hardee Tedder were held at St.Luke's N. C., and Tifton Ga., floors
Episcopal Church Tuesday who have
tices., This would mean an increase of eight million bush- with the Rev. Howard Mueller, formed a partnership. I

els of corn produced 'in Florida which would be .
enoughto
rector, conducting the rites. Circuit Court Clerk J. L. Mc-
fatten out 320,000 head of steers about
or 900,000 hogs. Mullen attended a special meet-
': "Thus the challenge lies ahead for Florida cattlemenand The city council voted to pur- ing of the Florida Clerk's Associ- flL-

swine producers to turn out better quality feeder chase from Florida Power and ation in Tampa today.

cattle and feeder pigs to be fattened here in the state. Light Corporation all plant ma- ,_ _

"We ship out-of-state each year over 200,000 calves chinery, equipment and property Manufacturing durable and _
weighing 150-250 used in connection with serving handsome floor mats from old
pounds. Still, we ship in about 45,000 .
electric power to the people of auto tires is the latest endeavorof
feeder calves of heavier weights to fatten out in Florida

yearly. There is no reason why better breeding, feedingand Live The Oak.council's action followedthe and George machinist.For Wargo. local welder : R

management cannot result in Florida farmers raising liI7iJ1ttYi"
expiration date of the 25- many years Wargo has
the weight on these 200,000 or more light calves to 400 year-old contract with FP&L in manufactured tobacco flues at his
pounds or over. which the city could either .
renew foundry here; flues that are said
"Then they could stay right here in Florida and be or buy the company's exist- to be the best made. In addition, ,

fattened in our own feedlots," Cunha concluded. ing assets. he makes a weed cutter suitablefor

We feel that Mr. Cunha has a valid point. The start- the farmers of this area.

ling thing about all these statistics and projected figures Florida's tobacco sales center in
the
northwest section.of this cityis County Agent S. C. Kierce
is.that they uncover a sleeping, economic giant partic- the !
scene of much )
activity now called a series of I
special
ularly in this county of the first magnitude. This is as the construction of the huge munity meetings for tobacco com- Ij Ii

not just another supplement to the historic agrarian econ- twin warehouses and the large growers who will receive special

f omy of Suwannee County, it could and should sur- single floor is in process. instruction and demonstrations of

pass tobacco production as the chief money crop in this The warehouses are being er- new spraying and fumigating i

area. Literally millions of dollars are involved. And rected by Tom and Jack Smothers methods to rid tobacco beds of
what is well-known Reidsville, N. C., Blue Mold.
more important, if a feeder livestock program I l
warehousemen, and Jack Cal-
reached near its potential, revenues from this segment of

agriculture would no longer be shared with other states Ten Years Ago -- 1953
-
but would remain in Florida and in Suwannee County.
This end is well worth Louis Jeptha Day was named Jacksonville will be in the Rotary
working toward. Other
areas the Man of the Year in Suwan-
Minstrel Show scheduled for the
have long utilized Suwannee
County agricultural raw ma- nee County. Day was cited for the high school auditorium.A .
terials to shape more. finished product which they have honor primarily in recognition of

sold back into the county for a profit that Suwannee could his outstanding service as chair- day of prayer has been sche- Dressed up with light, your patio, pool, yard or terrace can be even

have realized.It's man of the Suwannee County duled for Live Oak next Tuesday more attractive at night than in the daytime. You can accent favorite

time we lived up to our responsibilities. in agri- Hospital Board. when President-elect Dwight David beauty spots and add new nighttime charm, viewed from indoors or

culture.A Eisenhower will be inaugu- out. Outdoor lighting can transform even a tiny backyard into a
a Fred J. Green announced this rated into office at the nation's big extra living room.
week that he is building a mod- capitol.

Debt em ice cream plant on his prop- Inexpensive electric "lightscape" units are easily attached to house,

Of Gratitude erty on Houston Street.A Kiwanians at their weekly session garage, trees, or "planted" in the ground. A few fixtures and you'rein

Suwannee High School's loss of Gene Cox will be Leon Wednesday heard Charles P. business.
High School's gain. choir of 24 voices and a mixed Helfenstein, former and
Octette from Suwannee president And lighting up your driveway, steps, walks and other outdoor areas
Cox, with his able assistants, one of whom will High Lt. Governor of the club, discuss :
accompany School as well as two talented the national helps prevent accidents. provides security and protection from
him to the Tallahassee school, possesses the abi- professional I picture as seen by unwelcome prowlers.
performers from New Englanders and engaged in

letics lity to communicate a rare quality to his charges in ath- ..........................................................
the incentive to excel. .
He first demonstrated this quality at Monticello where phenomenal by the rebuilding jobs he did on the athletic r : NEW ELECTRIC POST LIGHTS :
departments of both
he served as head coach for three years and led the school schools in order to earn this won-loss 'Q The lights turn O..Vat dusk; OFF at dawn automatically :.

to two of its finest seasons. From Monticello he came to slate.This They cost less to buy and less to operate than flame type-and :
Live Oak where he undertook a rebuilding job that yieldeda He community owes Coach Cox a debt of gratitude. S supply much more light.Posts have extra outlet for plugging .
winning season and will leave behind him a soundly restored athletic de- radio, rotisserie hedgecutter, or other electrical appliances :
a post in his
The season game first year. partment at Suwannee High cushioned by the momentumof "f and garden took See the display of outdoor lighting fixture at ;
past year's record that Gene Cox established has victory. His your electrical contractor favorite ttore. :
been successor will step onto firm footing. .
one of the biggest success stories ever acclaimed in We ... ..... ... ..
urge you_ to continue .. ....
Suwannee High athletics. Cox piloted the ,Bulldogs to high school athletics your vigorous support to ;: ;:; .fiO.
and the ;;:
an undefeated season and a sweet victory in a post sea- Cox's shoes man chosen to wear Gene Be sure to ask ark ,ameIess
as head Bulldog V 11'J .
son game over a much larger school. next year. The most irres- the free booklet... (j'
ponsible action Suwannee football fans could take would OUTDOOR UGHTING" ...irs CHEAPER.not
His record as a head coach in prep circles now standsat be to become disillusioned and withdraw the unpreced- chockful of ideas for FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY

41 wins and 12 losses. This record. is made even morel ented support they so willingly in 1962. yard garden, terrace
e gave ,pool and patio. ttfiswa.avito'PAGE "Olell





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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA
JANUARY 17, 1963 _
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Mrs. Murphy Elected News And Activities From


County The Ministers9 Column I lcl 61 Ike. Weehe\\ Council Presidents President and council dele- THE RECREATION CENTERBy I


I gates of the Home Demonstration CHARLES PULLEY, DirectorThe
Club met in the Conference Room I ,
i
Pastor's CornerBy of the Agricultural Building Jan.
Junior High and Senior are asked to come to the Recrea-

The 11.The devotional was given by High nights held each Friday and tion Center to register. As soon as

REV. JAMES WALKUP Mrs. Louise Saturday at the Recreation Cen- enough boys sign up to play a
Winnie Hays.
Mrs.
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church R : ri-- _. .. Lord read the minutes, treasurer's ter began last week end. The new practice schedule will be printedfor
is 10 until the old Armory, and a game
for Senior High
time
Why do people join a church 1 is to many of us just a magical report, and roll call. the
will be made for
schedule
The Jun- up
night.
12 each Saturday
then never show any interest in potion a rabbit's foot, a buckeye.We The February 5 luncheon was
I it? Why do the same people become would not be caught withoutit i ; discussed with Miss Eloise John- ior High time remains the sameas Coliseum.u u

incensed, when after a leng- but we would not exhibit our son to be the guest speaker. last year 7:30 until 10:30 each

thy period of inactivity in the "weakness" before men by placingany cJj tI t Mrs. Hays, council delegate, Friday night. These programs will Adult Education Group

a; church their names are placed on real confidence in it. .: and Mrs. A. R. Murphy, president, continue each week end until Sets Monday Meeting
invita- school is dismissed for the sum-
the inactive roll? Jesus issued a gracious will represent Suwannee Countyat
It seems to me that Sidney tion to all men to become a partof t ( ; the Florida State Council meeting mer.An All adults who are interested in
Harris in his: -.. His church: "Come unto me, I CAD in Gainesville, July 8, 9, and innovation in the Recreation Adult Education Classes are requested -

syndicated col: all ye that labour and are heavy :. 10, for a short course. Department program is a student to meet at Suwannee
umn of last Oc-! ;4 ,., laden, and I will give you rest." : Each club will hold a discus- Recreation Board. This board will High School Library at 7:30 Mon
tober 6th hit | ; .:'.' ,., ': ;Hon And yet He meant come, not with sion as to whether the name be composed of a boy and girl day evening. At this time we will

one up-I'1: .:tJitA.i'" mere lip service, but with active Home Demonstration should be elected from each class at the determine the needs of the group

Lion: Too many ?,, 'Y,. N ::''1. : participation. For following this > changed to Home Economic Ex Junior and Senior High Schools. and will attempt to organise
I to .. > will meet classes that will meet the needs
people still believe ->:{ ./: '..<:';r: gracious Invitation He goes on tension. The Student Board
in magic rift '. :. % ;'6 : say, "Take my yoke upon you, and Council dues were supposed to once a month at the Recreation of the various groups.

Of course he was? _"_ learn of me". It may seem strange be paid by January 1. A vote was Center with members of the Live Some of the courses will help

not referring to* j t that Jesus, who came to give carried that club dues would be Oak-Suwannee County Recreation students in the commercial area
church member- : 4 abundant life to all men would $10.00 per year and $10.00 from Board and will help plan and establish while others will help you to fin-

ft ship. He wa"Y/;;; ', S'. :'.,,:">..': discourage anyone from becoming the council to be given the cancer policies and programs for ish high school. This is a wonderful -
talking about automobile seat a part of His church, and yet He the high school students of this opportunity for adults to fin-

belts. He was wondering why people did just that when He said, fund.Mrs.. A. R. Murphy was elected ish their high school education.It .

including himself, install seat "Whoever does not bear his own president. Miss Bernice Shuler, area.The women's hysical fitness is very important that you

belts in their cars but seldom, if cross and come after Me, cannotbe home demonstration agent, and class meets each Thursday nightat be present at this organisational

4 ever, bother to use them. It must My disciple. For which of you, Mrs. Moragn Miller, president, 8. Any ladies desiring information meeting so we can attempt to
be that seat belts "are sort of a desiring to build a tower, does not [ presented the new officers with on this program may call the meet the needs of the majorityof

good luck amulet, a way of placating first sit down and count the cost, corsages during the installation of Recreation Department at any the adults. Also it is necessaryfor
he has enough to complete the students to attend the first
the gods", he observed. whether '" officers. time or come to the Recreation
Then he went on to make a com it?" Eleven clubs expressed theirdesire Center on Thursday nights. Thi! classes. If you miss the first couple -
parison. "It's like patients getting Christ's church is not a magic to thank the past officersfor group will be the nucleus of the of classes then it is too late

medicine from a doctor and keep- "open sesame" to abundant life. presume you know that 4A' stands for'All Right'-'B*is for" 'Better'CC' their excellent work in 1962. ladies sports program this sum to enter the course.

ing it on the medicine shelf: its It is a workshop in which men is for'Colossal' and 4D'is'Doggone Good! ... Mrs. W. L. Groover dismissed U.

presence reassures them, but they who have counted the cost find the group. mer.The Junior Woman's Club Pre- Florida Nurses Will

won't take it regularly for fear it the abundant life only as they Security AnswersEditor's School Playtime which meets each Hold. HereThe
Social
Workshop
in the abundant life.
might make them sic' participate Why is this necessary? Monday and Thursday morningat
We install seat belts in our cars There's a good chance we J ANSWER: New rules require the Recreation Center has second of the Regional

in order to reassure ourselves, but "won't be caught dead" if we use this company to use a tax account room for a few more of the little Workshops sponsored by Districts
r we "wouldn't be caught dead" our seat belts. There's more thana ( Note: These questionsand port. We will figure out how'much number in reporting those pay- folks. Any one desiring to register .. 16 and 30 of the Florida Nurses

using them, for that would be an good chance we "won't be answers are compiled by William you were overpaid for last year. ments to Internal Revenue. Since their children for this pro Association will be held on Feb.

indication that we are poor driv- caught dead" if we take Christ's M. Eanes, District Manager You will be expected to pay back most people already have a social gram may do so by coming to the 13, 1963 from 9 ajn. to 4 p.m.
ers, prone to accidents. We placeour church for what it really is. Do for the Social Security Adminis- this overpayment. If you do not, security account number this Recreation Center either Monday r in the Auditorium at the Veterans

names on a church roll in or- you believe in magic? tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites we will hold up any checks you number was chosen as the tax account or Thursday morning at 9:00. Hospital in Lake City:
der to reassure ourselves, but we Ru readers to mail their questions to may expect to get from now on number. There is no age The Recreation Department fc The theme for the workshop is

"wouldn't be caught dead" show- When England first produced him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta until it is paid back. limit on getting a social securityor sponsoring a basketball progran:l "The Nurses Role In Civil De
ing any interest in the church, for lick-and-stick stamps in 1840 Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries QUESTION: My son was 18 ( tax account) number. Your for boys who are eleven to twelvi fense". All Registered and Licensed -

that would be an indication that critics claimed the gummy sub- to this paper.) last March. You paid him for the children need this number to keep years of age. All boys in this ag Practical Nurses are invited to
sin. stance would cause tongue lesions I: over 65 and two months before he reached 18. attend.
we are imperfect, prone to QUESTION: am I the record straight. You can get group who desire to participate
and cholera. worked under Social Now I found out he made around
The church then, like seat belts spread have never it for them.QUESTION.
Security. If I take a job and pay $1300 last year; most of it after : I have not worked
I get the June. Will I have to pay back FOR ALL YOUR
Social Security, can since I married. My Social Secur- SEE ME IN 63

CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING quarters I need to draw or am I those checks'? to ity Card shows my name before BUILDING NEEDS .
too old to begin? ANSWER: We will need
ENGINEERSFOR marriage. Can I use this numberon
ANSWER: You can earn the know exactly how much he made income tax return PLYWOOD ROOFING ETc.
my joint PAINT, ,
LP OR NATURAL'GAS credits you need regardless of for the year and the amount he husband? ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw your age. You are not too old to earned each month before he with ANSWER my Yes, must use PLUMBING AND

blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs start now. Good luck! reached 18. You will also have to this number.: You you should also We Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
I for LP and Natural Gas. QUESTION: I just found out tell us whether other children are
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the the farm getting checks before we can ans- complete a form changing your
that my net earnings on
Social Security
with the
name
customer prefers.
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS for last year will be way over wer this question. that Administration. This is Form Langford Builders Supply'
The
$1200. had figured to make less QUESTION: company OAAN-7003, which we will be glad
than $1200 and got all my checksfor pays dividends on accounts I setup East Helvenston Street FO 2-2873
( C. COPELAND JR. to send to you.
W. last year. What should I do? for my three young children au LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
ANSWER: Come in as soon as wants their social security num
HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida you can and make your yearly re- bers. They do not have numbers. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) .












THE FIRST NATIOAL: : BANK OF LIVEOAK





OFFICERS


Statement of Condition as of December 31 1962 P. C. CRAPPS, JR.
<: ,
.. ..:.... : _:_ Chairman of ,the Board
S _!.;; ,,:_ '- '- -ji
,. L1. "G. W. HARMONY

RESOURCES. President

!gr1cAp. 4 S S P. C. CRAPPS, III "

1wr i $2,038,923.75 Vice-President
& Discounts
118,610.19 $2,157533.94"The ; T. T. SCOTT
FHA
irLt ;' Mortgages- .. 5 Vice-President
S -
I S -: A. P. NOTT
2,715.42
1 Overdrafts. Vice-President
L
r, : : ;';: (' : 7850.00: 'T.
Bank ABERCROMBIE
U Building. 'S ,
1 Furniture & Fixtures .: .'". .:: 30,992.17 1 Vice-President

S "Other Real Estate' .:.:. : '. '9500.00 J. P. WIGGINS
5
Friendly) First" Stock Federal Reserve Bank 5 I .- 15,000.00. -.t -., Cashier

5 5 ,. IRENE C. HINGSON .
2,928,244.20
Securities ; 5
United States ,- .=!" Assistant CashierLoans
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324,158.32
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Municipal I Bonds "t .
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S Cash and Due from Banks 2,014,561.12 5,266,963.64 DIRECTORS

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.4 $7,490,555.17 1 : P. C. CRAPPS JR., Chairman

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Our thanks to ::: ; <:::, t..:. .
our many .j.
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and friends in .
customers appreciation P. C. CRAPPS III
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Capital Stock -.' $150,000.00

for the confidenceand 350,000.00 .; ROBERT ENGSTROM
"
Surplus I .
OSCAR GREEN
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trust placed in us. We Undivided Profits

Reserves: Possible Loan Losses ; I 10,000.00- 5 G. W. HARMONY

extend our sincere. best, -; S Reserves: Contingencies, Taxes., Etc 10,156.93 J 1 $ 531,189.20 1 .1 C.. L. JOHNS

and .. S '",,' 1 DUKE :McCALLISTER
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wishes for happiness' ,. .
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I' ; Counties Chief lists County Fire Damages Done In 1962 II

SRA Covers Twelve .
Grass and woods fires kept the ped up second most frequentlywith and burned its driver.

fire department jumping in 1962as 21 reported for the year. Roper praised the Florida For-

70 such blazes were reported. House fires were third with 15. est Service for its cooperationwith

l Flames in cars and trucks crop- Three of these were caused by the city fire department in
Suwannee River Valley Authority children playing with matches. controlling out of town biases.
1 .
Total loss to property and contents -

.l Formed By Legislature In 1957 I CAIDY'Tombborr I Jessica McCall, were estimated in Live Oak by during the departmentto the year I Mrs.Honored Harriett With Knighton ShowerMrs.

Although the Suwannee River Authority is more than be approximately $45,675;

five years old, most residents of the 12 counties which Funeral ServicesFuneral around $25,775 of this was dam- Harriett Knighton was
with OUR SCHOOLS ARE N age to contents. honored with a stork shower
comprise the Authority group are not very familiar
I Monday night Jan. 14.
VASTLY OVERCROWDED-, services for Mrs. Jessica Fire Chie T. W. Roper said
its operation. WE'RE FACING A NATIONAL-] Phillips McCall of Dowling most of these damages came from It was given by Mrs. Barbara
i Fth historical back round, the Authority was Barnett Mrs. E. J. and
CRISIS IN EDUCATION. a Park were held Saturday in the the two disastrous fires at Su Knighton
authorized by the 1957 to its present shortened form in Mrs. the of
legally II Suwannee Funeral Home's Chapel wannee Packing Company during Kay Knight at home
f state legislature. 1959.Much with the Rev. Spivey Brabham of- the year. Mrs. Barnett.
Under that act it Included five of the confusion concern- ficiating. Interment followed in Twenty-three were present.
The rest of the fires reported
Hamilton. the Suwannee River Authority
counties Columbia Ing n the City Cemetery.Mrs. Mrs. Tommy Mathis was in
Madison Lafayette and Suwannee. comes about because there is alsoa McCall died Wednesday, listed by type and quantity are charge of the games with prizes

In 1959 Dixie Levy, and Suwannee County Development Jan. 9. The 87-year-old housewifewas oil heaters 6; beds. 5; grease being won by Mrs. Thelma Barnett -

Gilchrist were added. Then four Authority.This latter group works a native of _Philadelphia Pa. pans and cooking 7; trash and i Mrs. E. J. Knighton, and
the toward industrial development of junk 4; lightning 3; defective
counties joined groupin Donna
more r She was a member of the Metho- I Kay Knighton.
1961 Alachua Union. Baker Suwannee County, and has no r a dist Church. chimneys; electric fires. 9; Refreshments of punch chicken -
with the Suwannee wood stoves 1; hotel 1; trees 1;
j and Bradford. connection :Mrs. McCall is survived by one salad tuna fish sandwiches
Present members of the Autho- River Authority.The r I ?$'itI'LL brother, Benjamin Phillips olI and miscellaneous 5. potato chips, and cake were
Suwannee River Authoritydoes The chief said 36 of the fires
rity are John C. Camp of Jasper, I Sarasota. served.
who has been chairman since the not concern itself with industrial Active pallbearers were Alfred were outside the city limits and .

organizational meeting July 1. prospecting since each YOU MAY BE NOT ON SIT ON HIS Airth, Watkins Saunders Gentry no estimate of damages was given -

ft 1957, Mahlon McKinney of Cross county has its own industrial development FORCED TO YOUR LAP. White, Jack White, John Row- by the department. A lighthouse operated by the

City, Woodrow Dees of Live Oak, organization. The Su GIVE HALF LIFE, land Jr., and Hough Shipp. Roper reported that one death U. S. Coast Guard, is situated in
1 Herbert E. Brown of Trenton R. wannee River Authority works toward YOUR SCHOOLROOM FATHER. Suwannee Funeral Home was in I occurred from fire In the countyas I Anclote Key State Park near Tar-

J. Miller of Gainesville. Glenn F. water conservation and development SEAT TO'SOAEBCV charge of arrangements. I a truck crashed, caught fire pon Springs.
Williamson of Macclenny, H. A. of the Suwannee River STUDENT

Bishop Jr., of Starke, Walter country. This includes promotingand -
Hackney of Lake City G. B. publicizing the Suwannee 1 + HY

Osteen of Mayo M. L. Smith of River country as a recreational 9pPo"ZVAJUE.Wny I
Williston C. E. Russell of Madi- playground with a goal of bring- n ,

son, and Glenn Howard of Lake ing more tourists and permanent
Butler. residents here. -rcw =--_ =::---::.

Each county is permitted but The Authority had no employees 3 au. i

not required to contribute a for the first five years. Mem- -r. MISCELLANEOUSVISIT Motor Rewinding
small amount of money annually, bers devoted much time to the LITTLE ADS

depending on the amount of that Authority work, and do not draw ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP

county fronting on the Suwanneeand travel expenses and per diem pay Hikes 19 Miles BIG RESULTS Machine machineless and cold Repairs and Rewinding
its tributaries. It is noted as authorized in the enabling leg- Group wave permanents given. Operators Any Kind Electric Motor

that the last four counties to join islation. They pay their own expenses BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE -Annie H. Mills, Mary Also Sales and Service

are part of the Santa Fe River while on Authority work.It Branford Scouts Fix ProjectFor Whatever the purpose, you will Drew Boatright, Myrtice Croft,, CALL
basin. wasn't until last October that and Frances Johnson. Phone McCnllers Electric Motor Repair
find Democrat classifieds do
The last session of legislature the Authority hired an executive FO 2-1831. cge tiPOWELL'S Telephone Day FO 2-3278
also] provided that the State of secretary Harry Robarts a former Show, Set Overnight CampBy the job, quickly and well. DIESEL SERVICEnow Night FO 2-3326

Florida would match the funds newspaperman who grew up in - 217 E. Howard St.
contributed to the Authority by Lake City and Live Oak. The Au- Mrs. Lois Williams Op '1. Motor rebuilding Hunter Bros. Building
these counties. thority established its headquarters Adventuring has been important around the Scout; DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Repairs on trucks, tractors and c&jj tf

The original name of the organization in Live Oak. house for the last few weeks. Hiking, studying for and 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays cars. E. Conner St. Phone FO 2-tf
1797. cge
was the Suwannee Riv Authority members have found taking second class tests, preparing projects for display LOW RATE FOR RESULTS O FOR SALE

er Water Conservation and Con- that by having a group of 12 during Boy Scout week in February, and getting readyfor Daisy's Beauty Shop featuring
trol Authority and was changed counties pulling together they canaccomplish 2cents per word, with a by John also lounger
u the first overnight camp has organizations that has never been styles FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -
much more in dealingwith the Boy Scouts of charted by the Congress of the minimum jf 75l. type shampoo stations. Com leak
........................ state and federal agencies been keeping shop ample parking. guaranteed not to
Branford busy. United States; the other organi- (All classifieds must be paidin plete new Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf
than if each county was working 90 West. FO 2-3430.
Highway
Red Cross.
zation is the American
weeks the
About eight ago
stainer separately.We advance.) ccjj 35-38 and used pianos. -
dan Scouts went on their first hike Local Scouts will have a window FOR SALE-New
I will see evidence of this in FREE Music Co., North Ohio
WEEK
recount the a total of five miles and one display down town and the Scout ONE PIANOS ORGANS ACCORDIONS Frier
lIBtIIi future weeks when we all citizensof Ave. Live Oak, FO 2-2188.
later completed total House will be open to ,
week they a discount
past accomplishmnts of the Su Classifieds ordered for four Inventory, cge tf
of four miles. Three weeks ago Branford for inspection. West
weeks the last week free. clearance SALE at 1023
: 127 or 620 j wannee River Authority.. on Monday afternoon the Scouts Projects built by the Scouts will $2.25 ,will run pay for a 30 word I University Ave., Music Center,, FOR SALE Ford tractor rotary -

BLACK & WHITE J completed a ten mile hike two be on display in the window down advertisement for four weeks. Gainesville. Trade in your old mower, harrow, double

i Forest Service weeks ago a six mile hike and town and in the Scout House. Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Model-T upright for beautifulnew bottom plow, and trailer. FO 2-

I FILM three miles this past Monday.On Dates for the inspection of the for Proven Results. Spinet or Organ. Phone 2564. cge tf

I these hikes the Scouts Scout House will be available a Collect FR 6-4145. cbjj 35-36
i Reports 62 FiresThe learned many different things, little later. Our local troop urges '" Coastal Bermuda hay for sale

such as observing different kindsof all citizens to observe the fifty- For Sale-Real Estate Opening for aggressive man ir 1 to 100 tons, pick up or will ,
i 3 rolls 97c I Florida Forest Service reported plants and animals learningthe third birthday of the Boy Scoutsof Live Oak area. Must own car deliver. L. L. Barnett Jr., Phone
the causes of the 86 forest America. at Pea- Management opportunity. Call O'-
correct way to walk when hiking House for sale or rent WE 5-3247 or WE 5-2953
tires that occurred in Suwannee I Reorganization has taken placeat Lake. Call FO 2-2319 or collect. Lake City, 7521568after Brien. pdej 31-38
mark cock
how to track, how to a
County in 1962. A schedule tf 7:30 pbjj .35-36
the Scout meetings. cge p.m.
stainer trail and follow it, what to do if FO 2-2935. John
i Model B
cktu i Of the total. 59 of them were has been set up to help the Scoutsto FOR SALE -
lost and the many dangers that brickhome INCOME TAX RETURNS bot-
caused by carelessness and 27 by learn more, advance.faSter, FOR. SALE Almost new Deere tractor with 2-row
incendiary, the report said. Four- might happen if a Scout is not and become better Scouts as wellas on Pearl St. Three bedrooms Long Form (1040) $4.00 tom plow, harrow planters, and
IT.j? f careful. All of this and the many bathrooms, car- Farmers Form $4.00 fertilizer distributor. Mrs. W. J.
teen of the 59 careless fires were good future citizens of our two tile
other things the Scouts have and screen- Brown's Bookkeeping Service FO 2-2988. cge tf
,
caused by lightning and the remaining great country. port, storage room Nipper,
learned and will learn in the fu- 6 miles west Nobles
45 started by various SCHEDULE ed porch. Kitchen Is beautifully Office -
"The home of 4 ture is the prelude to camping.On builtinovenand Ferry Road FOR SALE Plants, Annuals,
methods such as debris burning business and has
7:00: to 7:15-General paneled
Portraits Perennials at FRM store. Red
Satisfying J smoking and other means. Feb. 8, the Scouts of Troop meeting table-top-stove. Central cjj 36-3S
in the Suwannee River Valley": noted the United States Call FO 2-1389 or FO Satin Petunias hybrid snaps
County Ranger Feagle 90 and all over 7:15 to 7:40-Project work heating. STOLEN 3 hp Johnson SeaHorse larkspur alyssum holly
there were more than two times will observe the fifty-third birth 7:40to8:00-Advancement 2-1387. cie tf pansy
221 W. Howard St. J : outboard motor from hock, carnations roses bulbs.
FO 2-1940 as many careless fires as incen-I day of the Boy Scouts of America. work. SALE Three bedroom Weathersby Iron and Metal Co. Pecan pear, persimmon and fig
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diary. "We certainly look forward Many people who are not 8:00 to 9:00-Physical fitness FOR information
LIVE OAK FLORIDA city sewerage and $75 reward for trees. FRM Store FO 22155.
house,
J I to in this categoryin Scouts will also observe this date. frame
: improvement (Games). front of Leech's Self leading to the recovery. Call ccjj 36-39
1963" said. The Scouts is of two gas. In
.. Feagle Boy one In the sports department, the Service Laundry and Mary Jane FO 2-2535 or FO 2-1909.

Fox Patrol has taken the lead in Market 1102 5th St., two blocksof cge tf FOR SALE Allstate motor

the soccer and basketball standings hospital. E. W. Kinzy, owner. scooter as is, $25.00 cash. See

9! T LIVE OAK TIRE CO. i I Interpatrol as Soccer follows Athletic:Standingswon Conference See any time, make offer.pbgj 35-37 FOR RENT at .Allbritton Brothers pbbe TractorCo. 36-39


lost tied FOR SALE Two bedroom homeon FOR RENT One bedroom FOR SALE Haviland China,
BF.Goodrich i W. Howard St. FO 2-2082 Fox Patrol 3 1 0 Newbern Road. Has kitchen, apartment, conveniently locat- Carlisle pattern. Six dinner
8 each of salads bread
Flying Eagle 2 1 1 breakfast room, dining room, ed. Couples only. Call Charles plates
Rattlesnake 1 2 1 living room, screened front Maloy, FO 2-3009 or FO 2-2062. and butter soups cups and
-1 Panther 1 3 0 porch carport and large garageon caej 35-36 saucers. Excellent condition.

# y Interpatrol Athletic Conference 2 lots. Call FO 2-1535. $120.00. Call FO 2-2063.
35-38 FOR RENT Downstairs front paej 36-37
Basketball Standingswon cbbe
r lost apartment. Very comfortable

__ Patrol 2 0 FOR SALE Six room home on convenient location. Call FO 2-
ii re Fox 0 WANTED
I : Panther 1 1 State Highway 51, 10 miles 2208. cge tf
j Partially remodeled -
Eagle 1 1 from Live Oak.
Flying SPring 6- FOR RENT Furnished two WANTED Used band instruments -
worshop.
0 2 ,
Rattlesnake
bedroom house gas cooking of all kinds. Must be in
r 36
pge
2582. J
and heating. Water furnished. good condition. Call FO 2-1192,

Two blocks west hospital on J. L. Bevel Principal Douglass

rI + ResolutionWHEREAS. REPOSSESSED CRUMPTON- old U. S. 90, Mrs. Houck's Cafe. High School. cge tf

BUILT HOUSES FOR SALE paej 36-37 WANTED TO RENT Perma-
Elbert W. Trussell
FOR RENT Unfurnished two nent pastures woods pastures
and -
life
entered the larger ;
has Live Oak, Greenville: ,
in in
Some and farm acreage for cows
? II I Ie WHEREAS since moving to bedroom house with gas heater. -
this community approximately Lake City, and Houston. Wired for electric stove and Suwannee County. Phone FO 2-

twenty years ago and making his None over 3 years old. has hot water heater. Phone 2788. cge tf
i if
= i home here his life has been one Prices from 1000.00 Cash FO 2-2565. pbbe 36-39 WANTED New subscribers to

of service to this community, to Terms from $23.23 per month. FOR RENT 40 acres of new Tallahassee Democrat. Daily

its many civic organizations, gov- Call Mr. Hirsch at FO 22193in land suitable for watermelons. and Sunday delivered to your

1 ernmental agencies and religious Live Oak, Fla. Contact E. W. Wilkerson WE home within city limits of Live
bodies; andWHEREAS 5-2987. Branford. paej 36-37 Oak for $1.70 per month. Call
he was a devout Arthur Tucker, FO 2-2038.
36
Christian and an active and loyal pbjj Apartment for rent, $35.00 pbbe 35-38

member o; the First Methodist monthly. Conveniently located.No .
FLEET OPERATORS REPORT New Church, a patriotic citizen and a s SALESMAN WANTEDSALES children. Call FO 2-1056. WANTED Listing on acreage
20 TO 25% MORE gentleman In his conduct and cge 36 in this are. For sale or trade.
Rubber Mrs. Nita Chesson representing -
MILEAGE THAN ANY manner: andWHEREAS HELP WANTED Need
Marshall L. 1453A
Bailey
OTHER ORIGINAL. he was tireless in Live Oak and
2 salesmen for S WORK WANTEDBuild
Clearwater Fla.
Gulf-To-Bay, ,
n with the
well doing, concerned
TIRES/ 30
EQUIPMENT Madison area. If you are 35-38
welfare of others, and his life pbbe
THEY'VE TRIED IN years of age or over and have a Repair Remodel-
among us was a worthy exampleof
Pp-Mw to $200
Mileage car you can earn $150
COMMERCIAL SERVICE. Motto "SER What does your home need?
the Rotary Club per week. However. If you are For SaleAutomotiveFOR
VICE BEFORE SELF", it is Additional room garage breeze-

RESOLVED, that we, the members satisfied week do with not less answer than this$100 ad.per I way, siding, painting, roofing. SALE One Model 9-N
We welcome small Call
wet the Extra Miler with Its new 3-rib and of the Live Oak Rotary Club answered an ad like this some jobs. I Ford tractor, one Dodge truck,
1. EXTRA TRACTION: On pavement his and extend to for free estimates. Sansouci and
mourn passing the one Ford truck, one Chevrolet
"Hkerftread design delivered 22% better traction! his family our deepest sympathy., time ad. If ago.you Now want I to am make writing money Son FO 2-2505. ccjj 36-39 Station Wagon, one Chevrolet

2. EXTRA MILEAGE: In a million miles of testing on the world's longest tire test ADOPTED January 14. 1963. and grow with this company, WORK WANTED-Builder residential i pickup, one 12 foot dump body.SPring .

track, the NEW Extra Miler averaged 32.1% more mileage than the next best ROTARY CLUB OF PresidentBy LIVE OAK call or come In person to Room commercial Industrial, 6-2582. pge 36

original equipment tire tested! By Brody Harris Carter Secretary 314, Suwannee Hotel Live Oak repairs, additions, and altera-
Pomeroy ,
3. EXTRA LONG LIFE: After getting maximum.original i mileage you still have a \": ,. Fla., Friday Jan. 18, 7:30 to 10 tions. Block, brick, sidewalks, 6 SALESMAN
am. cbhe 36 driveways plaster, drywall, and
base for two or more retreads.
undertread one
thick rugged as a ,
the
Your local merchants keep roofing. Robert Williams Phone
'conomic wheels of your com FO 2-2066. pbbe 36-391 Wonderful opportunity for licensed -
munity turning throughout; the Business Opportunity Insurance agent in Live Oak

vear. See their advertising in this Refined middle aged lady will do and Lake City area. $200.00

t t newspaper.: FOR SALE Gas station. Good house work, child care, moth- plus per week. Beat guaranteein

tourist trade. Rt. 90, W. and er's helper. Phone Mrs. Mary Florida. Contact J. D. Parker -

Newspaper advertising la printd Park St. in Lake City. Murray FO 2-2777 from 8 aon. at Blanche Hotel Lake City
salesmanship that brings con- pcjj 36-39 to 6 pjn. pge 36 Thursday or Friday. edJJ 35-38
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( Suwannee Posts 5-5 Record I Smcannee High Basketball Squad



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I Sante Fe DownsSuwannee Suwannee Downs Fernandina 57-55,

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Ends Claims Victory.. In Last Five Seconds !

I StreakRiding Fernandina Beach fell be-
+ Winning fore the onslaught of the son.Suwannee trailed by a single 1 __
H' point 12-11 at the end of r '4 to\y
Bulldog cage squad Fridayin
the crest of a
Fernandina increased
%- the first quarter. ?
three-game winning streak, a nip-and-tuck affray its lead to 30-27 by the
the Suwannee High Bull- that saw Suwannee emergeon end of the half. At one point w '
dog basketball team clashed R top of the heap in the during the third period the Bull-
with a strong Sante Fe Rebel ,* fN last five seconds.In dogs trailed by 11 points only to A-r
to defeat the closing moments of the come battling back and win in a
squad and went down -
contest, Strickland drove for the squeaker.
i 55-51 in a deluge of ; Fernandina basket and was foul- SCORING RECORD
fouls. ed fhile attempting to shoot. With Suwannee
This afray, like most others the only five seconds remaining on Flood 4
Bulldogs have played this season, the Scoreboard clock, he droppedin Williams, R. 17
was tight down to the final gun. both his free throws to breaka Strickland 20
By the fourth quarter substitutes 55-55 deadlock and put the Poole 6
I battled for the lead on both sidesas Bulldogs out front by two points.' Tsacrios 2
many starters had fouled out The team turned in a sparkling Law "* 3
} by the beginning of the fourth performance against a fired up', Kirby 5
quarter. Fernandina squad. Ronald Wil-
Ronald Strickland, high point liams played perhaps his best 57
man for the Bulldogs, fouled out game of the season, collecting 17 Fernandina
in the first 30 seconds of the r points with 13 of them in the fin- Corbett 18
second half as over 40 fouls were I al stanza when the:Bulldogs. were Thomas 6
f; called during the evening. in trouble. Sapp 16
Jim Poole played an outstanding The game was one of the most Crisp 15
defensive game while Larry hair-raising-contests the Bulldogs',
Law turned in the finest defen- have sweated out during the sea- 55 i The Suwannee High Bulldog are (front row, left) Nicky Tsac- Poole, Gary Martin Larry Law
sive performance of the season. basketball team now posts a 5-5 rios Ronald Williams, John Derrell Croft, Ronald Stricklandand
He was probably the finest defensive Newspaper advertising brings season's record and stands 3-3 Flood and Leslie Kirby. (Sec- Coach Larry Ross. I
v man on the court for Bulldogs SmashOutgunned the merchants "showcase" into in conference play. The players ond row, left) Lester Fry, James
either team. your home.
The Santa Fe Rebels have a kh I
fine basketball team, Coach Lar- 1. MayoIn
ry Ross said. The Rebels held 4.
the highly-touted Lake City teamto 47-23 ContestThe
a stand-off only to lose by six

4 points.As Suwannee High basketball -
the first half came to a
team back into
close, the Bulldogs led the Reb- got
the winners' column Tues-
els 2522. But Santa Fe came
roaring back in the second half day, Jan. 8, by casually
to overcome the Suwannee lead stepping over a downtrodden -
i and claim the victory with a four :Mayo squad 4723.
point margin. Ronald Strickland led the Bull-
The difference in the scoringwas dogs in scoring with a big 22
shooting from the free throw points. The game was the only
I line. Suwannee missed 19 free one Suwannee has played thus
I, tosses, while outscoring the Reb- far this season where the Bull-
els from the field. dogs enjoyed a slight height ad-
1 The team now posts a 5-5 sea- vantage.The .
son record and is 3-3 in confer- Mayo team was outgunnedand
ence play. RONALD STRICKLAND outclassed all the way, although -
SCORING RECORD I I Live Oak 'failed to turn
Suwannee in a flashy performance.The .
Flood 3 Bulldogs Defeat Bulldogs led by a meager
Williams, R. 14 score of 7-4 at the end of the JANUARY CLEARANCEWe
StricklandPoole 14 Green Cove first quarter. At the end of the
Squad
10 half Suwannee was leading 21-
Law 4 10, and went on to win the game
Dees 6 In 53-50 ContestThe easily with a 24-point margin.All .

51 Suwannee High Cage for the of game the Bulldogs saw action dressed as Mayo out Are Not Talking Much Come See For Yourself All Items
Santa Fe was unable to make a contest of
Stephens 5 team collided with Clay it. Taken From Stock "It's First With Us.:
MacFarland 16 County High School of Green I SCORING RECORD Regular Quality
Clemons 11 Cove Springs Saturday and Suwannee
Riviere { 1 in Martin 3
came out on top 53-50 a
Paulson 12 tight scrap that was tension- Williams w. 3 LADIES LADIES LADIES
Buck 3 filled down to the wire. Flood 3
Holloway 8 Williams, R. 2
Ronald the game Strickland for the Bulldogs again clinched with- Strickland 22 Dresses

55 his accurate shooting from the Poole Law 2 G Shoes Sweaters
free throw line. With 10 seconds
: remaining in the game, Strick- Kirby 6 Hurry Don't Wait
McNeill Slated land moved to the foul line and
41 All Reduced
tossed in two shots to sew it up
for the Bulldogs 53-50. Mayo For Quick Clearance
For Bank HeadWord 'Vilburn 13 $498 $598
But it was John Flood, the five-
foot, four-inch scrapper who Smith 4 fl98
from financial circles in Dees 6 $
that RobertE. stands tall on a basketball court,
indicate
York
New
.McNeill Jr., native of Live Oak, with his 14 points that kept the 23 $200
will be named chairman and chief Bulldogs in contention in the first PAIR $$698 / UP
executive officer of the Manufac- half. Flood was the leading team --L
turers Hanover Trust Company at scorer. He scored eight of his SCORING RECORD
of the bank's points in the first quarter. Suwannee
the next meeting __
Leslie Kirby took up in the second Flood 14
board of directors. McNeill is currently -
I half where Flood left off. He Williams, R. 12
serving president of the M
as
scored points in the third Strickland 13 MENS
banking firm.Manufacturers. eight & BOYS
Hanover became and fourth quarters to keep the Poole 1
bank in New team alive. Six of his points came Law 5
the third largest
York in 1961 when merger of the from accurate shooting at the free Kirby 8 ShlLrtENShirts;
Manufacturers Trust Co. and the throw line.
Hanover Bank combined two of The Bulldogs had a 27-23 lead 53 Shoes
the city's largest financial Insti- at the end of the first half, but Clay
tutions. Fernandina fired up from a Goolsby 8
loss to the Bulldogs Clark 4
previous -
McNeill is also a director of
back in the second stanza Bradley 17Meaders l Sizes
came
chairman of its
Chrysler Corp. LonAll
finance committee and a memberof and put pressure on Suwannee. 4 Hurry-Don't Wait Sleeve

its executive. commi. tee. Bulldogs Fernandina in the out-scored second half and the Weeks Parker #?. 10::
threatened to claim a come-from- .. $0 $298 $398 $

_ (School Supplies at McCrimon's) behind victory. 50 PAIR Sl59ng 998 .


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: ( State Chamber Reports FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smith

Florida's Mineral Output Doubles I HALF 'AS1 TEEN I Is Lack of Trust Reason Girl Can't Date? "' I

that your parents are "fair" and
1 reasonable. They seem to put
In 10 Years Reaches $190,061,000 forth no objection to this boy visit-
X JUST KNOW THAT: A j MY PARENTS PO NOT ing you at your home. This is

"The value of minerals produced in Florida doubled W/G..AMD RATHER WANT ME TO DATE more of a concession than many

during the past ten years, reaching $190,061,000 last year, THAN WeAR ONE AT THIS AGE.. I; ; fourteen-year.old girls receive.

the Florida State Chamber of Commerce reported yester- I'O PYE FIRST./ The excuse that "all the kids doit"
does not work with your par
day. ents because they love you. You
This value is at the mine level and therefore repre- are their responsibility. This isn't

sents the worth of the raw ma- 956,000 last year a lump sum really much of an excuse any-
terials. Processing into a wide va- which also included cement and J yffl j,; u how. Some kids stay out late and

riety of chemicals, stone clay, I petroleum produced in Florida. o toDowling }rr get into trouble in various ways-
cement, metal and other products, I Other Florida minerals of a kids no older than yourself. Do
both in Florida and outside the general character with their 1962 you want to do these things just
because others do? Of course not.
state, adds many millions more values were crushed stone $$34-
in values of the finished goods.Florida's 341,000; clays $7,494,000; sand We advise that you be content

position as a producerof and gravel $5,894,000; lime $4- TUE WEEK'S LETTER: "I ama ion on when a girl should start to with your present arrangement.Be .
minerals rests upon the unique- 813,000; peat $151,000; and natural girl of fourteen. The boy I am date?" frank and be honest with your
ness of the minerals found in the gas $6,000. Florida's rank in going steady with is 17. My parents OUR REPLY: There is no definite parents. Don't continually ask
can't date. Con-
them "why"
state. Well known is the fact that peat production is third in the like him very much and he age one can quote and say you
Florida phosphate deposits are the nation; and in crushed stone comes to my home quite frequent. that a boy or girl who has attained sider their well responsibility as desire par 1 .
ents
as own
most extensive and productive of ninth. The total value which has ly. My problem is that my parentsdo it is old enough to date. to have as dates. your Earn their confidence
any in the nation and furnish an- been adjusted to eliminate dupli- not want me to date at this We are individuals no two of us in you by adopting a t
nually about 70 per cent of thenation's cations, ranks the state 24th am- .or age. The same story 'all the other alike, and some mature earlier "fair" attitude of your own about
output. Florida produc- ong the 50 states.Suwannee kids do it' isn't working out too than others. Many teenagers who the whole thing.
r well for me. ask them if the reason believe themselves ready for "independence" -
tion last year came to 14,074,000long If y.. bare a tetnagt problem j..
they won't let date is because have not the slight.
me want !. dlie..., .r a. ..bser.ati.at.
tons with mine value of $97- Men they don't trust me and est notion that "independence"brings make, address y..r letter t.
372,000.In Legion they 'No this is the I FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS
say not reason -: new responsibilities. NATIONAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
the production of ores of the Attend District MeetSix .' Could you give me your opinE. It is the opinion of this column, SERVICE FRANKFORT KY.
metal titanium flor-
atomic-age members of the Suwannee
ida ranks second among the states Post No. 107 attended -

and,first a related in the mineral.mining The of monazite state- held American in the Minticello Legion Third District Tuesday Meeting at the I I Federation Names Terry.0 Director At Tampa..I.Johnston. Convention I

produces virtually all of the national Otto Walker Post No. 49. H. Finlayson of Greenville Dade City as secretary and Dud- Kissimmee; E. Ray
volume of the ores of zir- They were Commander John J. was re-elected president of the ley Putnam of Bartow as treas. Farwell Zolfo Springs; Henry
conium ,and hafnium, two nu Executive CommitteemanJoe Federationat Prine, Bradenton Jefferson Davis -
Robins, Florida Farm Bureau State directors of the FFBF ;
clear-age metals. Florida also of Hill Smith, Finance Officer Park Lady SuccumbsMrs. the group's first Board of Directors elected in Tampa at the group's Homestead; Alan Trask Ft
ranks first in the production
Arthur D. Crowe, SergeantatArms meeting of the year. annual convention, are GeorgeW. Meade; Mrs. Francis Corrigan,
staurolite, an abrasive, and offuller's Elzy W. Kinzy, Henry R. Lela Grace Tressler a 62- Carl Tressler of Dowling Park; Also re-elected at the Jan. 8 Broxson, DeFuniak Springs; Bradenton; Mrs. George \V. Mun-
earth, a clay used as an Edmisten and Henry Skinner. year-old Suwannee County resi- one sister, Mrs. Maude Keeling of meeting in Gainesville were Art Marvin T. Crutchfield, Marianna roe, Quincy; and Walter Kautz,

absorbent.All unusual products, dent, passed away suddenly last Trafalgar Ind.; one brother Os- Karst of Vero Beach as vice ; Forest Davis, Quincy; Walter Canal Point.
extracted of these in limited quantities, Westwood To Host Monday afternoon at the Doctors car Selch of Franklin Ind., and president, and T. K. McClane Jr. Welkener Jacksonville; Loran These 21 directors from all sections -
Memorial Hospital in Perry aftera one niece, Leatha Roasch of In- of Gainesville: as executive vice Terry O'Brien; Hal Chaires, Old of the state direct Florida's
essential to specialized -
singularly
are techniques. Baptist BrotherhoodThe brief illness. dianapolis, Ind. president.New Town; E. C. Rowell, Wildwood; largest farm organization, repre-
o manufacturing Associational Baptist Bro- She was a native of Franklin Joe D. Burns Funeral Home in officers named by the Charles E. Freeman. Okeechobee; [ senting over 33,000 farm families.
worth
Together they were $41- therhood will meet Jan. 21 at the Ind., but had been visiting Florida Perry was in charge of arrange- board were Robert Denlinger of Ed Parker, Maitland; John O mH onthhee- Dcanm
Westwood Baptist Church. Supper for about 15 years and was ments.
FOR THE FRESHEST will be served beginning at 6:30 residing in Dowling Park at the aI Goodwill Officers
i SEAFOODS p.m. with the business session time of her death. The University of Florida be-
Mack's Fish MarketPine starting at 7:30 pan. Mrs. Tressler was married to gan its activities in educational Elected TuesdayOfficers
Ave. All Baptist Brotherhood mem- Carl Tressler, and had been attending television in 1954.By 1958 WUFT- for the coming year SPREADER SERVICE

Freshness and Quality Assured bers in the Suwannee Associationare the Pine Level Missionary TV of Channel Five had signed on were elected Tuesday, Jan. 8,
Phone FO 2-1650 urged to attend. Baptist Church. the air to serve the area com- when the Goodwill Club met in
.. The public is invited. She is survived by her husband. munities as well.Johnson the home of Mrs. W. W. Hunteron DOLOMITEFERTILIZERALL --
Union Avenue.
I Mrs. Hunter was elected presi-
Lvndon And 1968One TYPES OF SPREADING
-, dent: Mrs. R. B. Skeen vice
of the interesting specu- of the Kennedys. It is, of course, i president; Mrs. P. C. Powell, sec-
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick lations in Washington these daysis possible, and Attorney General retary; Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Sr.. SERVICECall
the future of Vice President Robert Kennedy, who ran the treasurer; and Mrs. B. W. Kellogg,

Veneer.- One or Two Baths. Lyndon Johnson. Most observersfeel Kennedy campaign so effectively corresponding secretary.
he will be able to run again, in 1960, would be the best bet Secret pals were drawn and the

f t- FHA or CONVENTIONAL with President John Kennedy on among the Kennedy family.So Bible lesson read by all.
the 1964 Democratic Party ticket. Lyndon Johnson is in the Mrs. Phil Brim and Mrs. Ross JOHN L. TIPPETTE
it' Financing But the more interesting ques- driver's seat if he takes good care Leming received prizes for the
r SMALL DOWN PAYMENT tion is whether he will still be of his political knitting. His big- games played.
running for President in gest handicap is that he hails Mrs. Leming dismissed the FO 2-1535
located In Edgewood Subdivision. 1968. It has not gone unnoticedthat from Texas. But many in Texas group with prayer.In .
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Johnson has been buildinghis feel he no longer represents the two weeks the club will meet \
SELECT YOURS NOW political fences very astutelyin Lone Star State that he is a with Mrs. Leming. ....
t Contact the last two years. national Democratic figure. If -
He will be under sixty come Johnson can convince the nonSoutherners -
1968 and that will give him a of this, and he is on
\W.' G. MULLINSPhone green light to run as far as the his way he might be the man who
question of age is concerned. finds himself up against the
FOrest2-2057- ; There is already a little spoof- G.O.P. candidate in 1968.
ing going on to the tune that -Lake Wales News 1 /
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1 Pine LevelMr. Cattle in the near future because a new
Calf Sales Rise Down
County Agent's Column Hogs source of protein is available. Oar

-.- .. eating habits in this country and
Cattle ana can trading at the previous sale.
and Mrs. J. W. Platt visit- sacola spent Friday night with in most others, too, would be hard
DOWN TO EARTHBY Suwannee Valley Livestock Market Mixed grades of 180-210 pound
ed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. to break. Beef steak, roast pork,
Wednesday Jan. 9, totaled 188, gilts and barrows brought $15.31
Sunday afternoon. Fortner. eggs, milk and what-have-you
r a significant increase over the per hundred pounds. 210-240
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes vis- Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hatcher and are things we'd give up only as
PAUL CREWS
previous week's sales of 142 while pounds $15.16 240-270 pounds
ited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole Sun- children and Mr. and Mrs. Drew a last resort.
hog trades remained near the $14.44,160-180 pounds $14.51 (one
day night.M. Holmes were supper guests of Mr. But to the family in a foreign
During the past few days several lity now as compared to pas 1,500 mark.According. lot at $14.65). 140-160 pounds
, J. Lepper and sons of Lake and Mrs. Willie Howell Friday land, suffering from hunger ALL
people have asked about years. Spacing plants 18 to 20 to George C. Averyof $14.28 120-140 pounds $13.60,
City visited Mrs. Julia Lepper: and night. the time, food is food, even if it
what varieties of tobacco are the inches in the drill with an ade- the Florida State Marketing 100-120 pounds $13.72 and 80-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper awhile Mr and Mrs. J J1. Toole and is an unfamiliar product. It it's
tobacco companies wanting to buy quate amount of N-P-K (Nitro- Bureau trading was active with 100 pounds $13.45.
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Jimmy spent Sunday with Mr. cheap and the oil-bug protein
for 1963. If we were able to ans- gen-Phosphorus-Potash) in thr all classes moving through rather Most sows from 180-400 pounds
r and Mrs. Olin Hatcher and and Mrs. Johnny Brim. certainly would be and readily
wer these questions we could amount of approximately 1,50C broad outlets. He said that qualitywas sold from 118512.35 while 400-
sons David and Mark of Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were available it could fill a huge vacant -
probably increase the income for pounds of a 4-8-12 fertilizer will unusually attractive with 60 600 pound sows brought $11.25-
Colo., spent Friday night with business visitors in Perry Friday.Mr. spot in the world's diet.
the farmer in Suwannee County minor elements. Other analysis o' per cent of the feeder-stocker $11.75. Boars sold at $8.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes, en- and Mrs. Drew Holmes Even hungry people however,
considerably. There are several fertilizer can be used very successfully classes grading good and choice. Medium and good feeder-pigs
route to Daytona Beach and West spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. find it difficult to adapt them-
varieties of tobacco -;'-,", ? but based on soil testson Avery added that all classes under 60 pounds traded at $13.25- selves to
Palm Beach. Avon McMullen.We an unfamiliar food. I recall -
that areS f-., approximately 800 sampler were mostly steady with stocker $16.25, 60-90 pounds $13-$16.75
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fernan- are glad to hear that Ralph that our own foreign aid food
new and are being !.' '- ,. during the past two years, mostof calves steady to 50 cents per hun- few lots 90-120 pounds $14. Com- donations
dez and daughter Lynn, of Gain- Moseley is improving nicely in in some instances encountered -
recommended r : J our soil can be adequately fer- dred pounds higher."Feederstocker mon feeder-pigs under 90 pounds
esville, and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. the Suwannee County Hospital.We poor acceptance in
by the Agri- # : / tilized with 1,500 pounds of 4-8- classes made brought mostly $8-$14.
; Fortner spent Sunday with Mrs. pray he will soon be well and some lands. People who were traditional
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cultural Experiment -J; :f-"> up 71 per cent of the run while
: \ $ '; ;': 12.It Artis Golden.Mr. home again. eaters of rice didn't know-
t Stations. ,..Z easily be figured that calves comprised 32 per cent of
k: can how
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: and Mrs. H. M. Moore vis- Miss Bonnie Golden spent Sat- No.1 to use wheat until our own
These varieties X / of 4-8-12 gives the- the total Avery continued.A .
pounds
( : ,. 1,500 ited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fortner urday night with Mr. and Mrs. L. researchers found a way to prepare -
have proven to r'., farmer the identical amount of Saturday night of last week. P. Fortner.Mr. few good slaughter steers of which 2,500 pounds are edible it so it could be served as a
be '(. and Potash as would brought $23.75-$24.50 per hundred
good yielding y Nitrogen dish
that
Walt Platt spent Sunday with and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited protein. appealed to the fwnative's
varieties offerr44ing pounds of a 3-9-9 analysis.By pounds. High-utility and low-
2,000
/ ,' Max Lepper.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberts You can read many implica- palate.
some resistance -. .. :ij It.I; using 4-8-12 in the amount of standard slaughter steers sold .
and Mrs. Willie Howell and and family in Lake City Saturday tions into a discovery of this kind.
to some of the diseases, and 1,500 pounds per acre our farmers Mr.. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visit- night. from $18.25-$19. For one thing the great underfed Our American industries seek-

the kinds that will grow in our will handle 5 bags per acre less ed Mrs. Ernest Holmes in the Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Moseley of High-utility and standard heif- populations of Africa, India, and ing foreign markets are well
and the fertilizer at about six ers brought $17-$21. Utility cows
area. get the Middle I aware of the
East necessity of
Hamilton County Hospital Thurs- Jacksonville spent a few days here are relatively adapting
The following list of varietiesare to eight dollars less per acre and day night. last week with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. sold for $14-$17 and cutters close to the world's greatest reserves their product to the traditions,

recommended for North Flor- have the same amount of Nitro- Trooper James Fortner of Pen- Moseley. brought 12501450. of petroleum. And we read tastes and needs of the PEOPle

, ida: (1) Speight's G-5, (2) gen and Potash. Utility and low-commercial about overproduction plaguing the they expect to become their etc.

Speight's G-19, (3) McNair 20, When transplanting the tobacco bulls brought $16.50-$18, cutters world's oil industry. tomers. I have no doubt that a

(4) McNair 30, (5) Coker HI, in the fields, carry good plantsto Beachvillevisitor brought $11.50$15.One Where overproduction is a rice-like oil-bug protein in tiny

(6) Bell's 29, (7) NC 95, (8) the field that are free of di- good calf brought $22.75, problem, efforts are made to find pellet form could be developed to
Hicks (9) Coker 319. and (10) seases. Use insecticides in the standard calves sold for 1921.
new uses for a product. So it's not serve a rice-eating population.So .
Florida 22. transplant water to control wireworms The Beachville W. H. and F. M. in St. Petersburg Thurs- 50, and a few utility calves trad- impossible the oil-bug-protein discovery the next time you see a can

These are a few of the many and cut worms. Cultivateif met at the church Friday after- day.We ed at $17.Choice will be taken up by the I of oil maybe you won't think of it

I varieties that are recommendedfor necessary and control the in- noon. The membership is small are glad our pastor, Bro. feeder-stocker steers petroleum industry eventually to merely as a lubricant. With a can

our particular area. There are sects. Harvest only ripe tobacco, but we have good meetings.Rev. M. A. Carter is much improved brought $23-$23.50 goods brought develop a new use for oil that I of motor oil, the right kind of

other varieties that might do justas cure and store properly. Marvin Odom filled his following a heart attack, but he $20-$23.75, mediums sold for $17.- could provide millions of tons of I equipment, and some of those oil-

well. It is our recommendationsthat These are a few of the pointers appointment at Mikesville Church is still unable to get out much. 50-$18 and commons went from nourishing food annually for the I eating bugs, you might be able to

our people let the experiment that we are passing on, hoping Sunday.Mr. 'I Mrs. Ina Hart of Dowling Park $14.75$15.75.A hungry masses of many countries. raise enough "meat" for a few
stations do the experimenting, that each farmer will have a very and Mrs. Willie Beach had will be the guest speaker here few low-choice heifers sandwiches.

and our farmers take the results.It successful 1963. all their children with them Sunday I Sunday come and worship withus. brought $20.25-$21 goods brought I don't expect to see the live- Personally I'll stick to roast

is our belief that this is the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beach, $18-$20 and a few commons sold stock business go to pot any time ,I'beef and steak.

best way to grow peculiar crops Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill and for $15. One inferior brought

like tobacco. Gas Tax Revenue son, Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Martin Parents Teachers] $10.75.

Once you have selected the variety Beach and son, Scott, all of Common and medium cows
to plant, the next step is to Gainesville.Mrs. ranged from $12.50-$15.50 while M-F DEALER CERTIFIED EQUIPMENTIt

find out what is in your soil and Registers IncreaseState Norman Koon was a busi- Urged To Confer inferiors brought $9.50-$12.25.

put the amount of plant food ness visitor in Lake City Friday Choice calves sold for $24-$26 Means Value Warranty_Satisfaction
Comptroller Ray E. Green
necessary to produce a good crop afternoon. Friday Jan. 18, will be a holiday goods brought $20-$24.50, medi-

of tobacco. It is very evident by reported today that gasoline tax Lavaughn Cason, and Mr. and for school children and a ums averaged $18-$20, commons SEE THE WORLD'S BEST SELLERCall
collections for the first six monthsof
going to these public hearings Mrs. Herschell and son, Dewayne, planning day for all teachers.It traded from $16-$18, and inferiors -
the current fiscal totaled
that the tobacco companies are year all of Jacksonville were guests of is also a day on which par- went for 141725. for a demonstration see why Massey-Ferguson 35 has
going to want quality tobacco. It $64,017,156, an increase of $3,874- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason last ents are encouraged to confer Hog trading showed a slight decrease become the world's No. 1 seller! See how the Ferguson System -
I 681 or 6.44 per cent over the same transfers the soil's resistance into traction .
is very difficult to define the qua- week end. with teachers regarding theirchildren's for the first time in many automatically.Test
: period for fiscal year 1961-62. weeks as sales dipped to 1,475 its easy and precise implement control. Check its rugged
Mrs. Otto Townsend and little work.Suwannee .
The Comptroller also said that dependability and low-cost ooperation on all kinds of jobs.
compared with 1,520 sold at the
December collections based on November daughter, Marinelle, of Alachuawere I Junior High School You can buy it on the Massey-Ferguson Retail Time Payment
guests of her parents Mr. 'teachers and Suwannee Senior Plan.
SAVE business totaled $10,810966 ,-
and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell Wednes- High School teachers are takingan the respective school secretariesto
increase of
an $547,396 or
5.33 per cent, over the same day.We extension course through the make appointments with indi-
3WAYS month in 1961.December had lots of rain Saturdayand University of Florida in preparation vidual teachers. k : ALLBRITTON BROS.
now having some rather cold for the evaluation next fall The times which have been re-
collections dropped
weather.' by the Southern Association of served for parent conferences are _
slightly under November collec- TRACTOR CO.
tions. The decrease in dollars was Mr. and Mrs B. E. Spooner had Colleges and Secondary Schools. from 11 am. until noon and from 7

their son of Jacksonville as guest I I Since this class will be meeting 1 pm. until 2 pm.
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TEE IAIIIY FAMILY It LLIYIIIIlW Breaking up their operation," tried to force entry, she pushed The board took preliminary

For Accreditation Lewis said. "They got well off before back from the inside. action to clean and paint the Net

boo GRWV-r WicES A HOW CAP. we caught them. I She said the man cursed fireda tie Baisden School, the Suwannee

P-TA Names Ten CommitteesTo SAMSON CP THESE TO CVEN MRS.SOME-rill. AUPEAJAR The sheriff added that this pistol and crashed on into the Junior High School Building and at the the

HAVE TO MAKE A 6OC0 OPENER plant was located less than a half- house Then, they went to bed, Home Economics
n aasz ate; mile from the site of the small, she said. senior high. Some of the buildings

Evaluate School FacilitiesThe r !! a inactive still broken up by beverage Sometime later, around day- are already being cleaned.
The board is now trying to determine -
agents in December. break, the two apparently renew
Association met in the the most suitable paint
Live Oak Parent-Teachers --t\ U ed the quarrel and got into a row

Junior High Auditorium :Monday and appointed a seriesof that resulted in the woman get- for the project.

committees to conduct a survey of the physical facilitiesof p. USEs8PLYYVVOD No.5 ting a severe beating. Mrs. Robbie Roberts was appointed -
Stewards at the to teaching poet in Su
0 the Board of told the Mayor that she a
the school. She
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a First Methodist. Church of Live wannee High School to replace
of the iviA 0r able to sneak the gun outside
The survey which is th e main project was
appointmentwill
6WEOH Hutchins. The
this year, is designed to determine 1 mittee. Wallace Townsend chairman EMERY Oak.He is survived by his widow and hide. The woman appeared to Terry be effective Jan. 21.
what improvements will be neces- I and Mrs. Wallace Townsend CLOTH TOPRWIDE be mostly upset because her husband -
Trussell three said he and Suwannee -
Williamson
FR> lOH Mrs. Ruby Dabney ; his
co-chairman 2Healthand had eyed her over gun-
to Suwannee High ;
sary assure Health 0 ROUND EDGES OFHANC1EYW2APWITH h sisters Mrs. J. B. Wimberly and High Principal Ralph Hall
School of passing the upcoming Safety Committee sights.
Mrs. Frances Richson of Columbus had scheduled interviews with
re-accreditation evalutions to be Chairman Mrs. G. B. McLean Jr., RUBBER TAPE "I can't hit him back if he has
Ga. and Miss Malvina Trus- "good prospects" for a
some
held in the fall of 1963. and Safety Chairman Bill Roper; sell of Tallahassee. something (a pistol) to hold on Spanish teacher.

The survey will be made by ten 3-Buildings Committee Mahone Alfred me" she said. .
Active were
pallbearers
committees. P-TA members were ReeS: chairman; 4-Classroom tation Committee Dan Chandler No.1 The Mayor ordered the police
Airth Joe Sharples T. J. Ken-
giving Facilities Committee Nicky Tsac- chairman; and 10-Water and chief to pick up the man and his No.8
questionnaire which
passed a meeting has been set at non, Donald Nelson, Dr. Joe Davis -
Dave
them opportunity to state the rios chairman; 5Maintenanceand Sanitation Committee, used cemetery site.
an plans for the reorganization will and L. M. Crews Jr. gun.In
two committees they are inter- Custodial Committee. D. Young, chairman.The be finalized. The 60 men who comprised the other action before the Miss Roberson and Mrs. Henry

; ested in so that all P-TA mem- Pittman chairman; 6SchoolSite meeting was called to order I sincerely feel that the Florida slate of honorary pallbearers rep- court, a youth was found guiltyof were advised to secure a resolu-

bers can be placed on at least one Committee. B. W. Helvenston by Dr. Zinober. Rev. Jim Army National Guard is headed resented the Board of Stewardsat failure to grant right of way tion to that effect from the club

of the ten committees. TIT chairman; Illumination, Walkup gave the devotional. The for its finest hour and look for- the First Methodist Church and causing an accident. His sen and present it to the council at

P-TA President Dr. M. R. Zino- Ventilation and Heating Committee Pledge to the Flag was followedby ward to working with officers and the Rotary Club and the many tence and fine were suspended.The its next m ding.
Dave Austin chairman; 8- singing "God BlessAmerica" youth explained to the In other business the council
ber, introduced the chairmen of the group men from all parts of the statein friends and associates who came
Services Committee, Ben Mayor that the glass in his car ordinance to the
the ten committees and they Special further enhancing the prestigeof to pay their respects to an out- passed an resone

, were as follows: 1-Space Com- Gilmore chairman; 9TransporState M. A. O'Hara, Principal o; the this state's civilian soldiers. standing man.Suwannee was steamed up causing him not Maynord Subdivision at the south

Bank No. 250 Nettie Baisden School, was in Funeral Home was in to see the approaching- vehicle. end of the city limits to a one

REPORT OF CONDITION "COMMERCIAL BANK OF LIVE OAK" OF LIVE charge of the program. Children charge of arrangements.No. The Mayor determined that the family home residential area
OAK, IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON from the first grade classes of No.2 accident was "just one of those (type Rl-AA).
DECEMBER 31, 1962. unavoidable circumstances thatcouldn't
The council authorized the
ASSETS Mrs. Sue O'Neal and Mrs. Bea- son.Vinton Williamsj
ner; one
Cash balances with other banks and cash items in process 6 be helped". owner of the AV Root Boer
of collection .._._... .. .. .. ......_....__-.....1273145.05 trice Barr gave a musical pro- and his father, Ijohn Williams all bonds forfeited to
United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed ..._.... 2,312,980.69 gram. The children sang several Oak five sisters Mrs. this area. Eight were concession on South Ohio Avenueto
Obligations of States and political subdivisions ....__...........__ 430292.44 music of Live ; The police chief explained to the City of Live Oak when their remove two oak trees from his
overdrafts) __...._....... 2,414.181.58Bank selections and rendered Virgie Crews Mrs. Bashie Pur-
Loans and discounts (including S5.122.85 ? failed to in court.
to
... the Mayor that there appeared owners appear business premises in the city lim-
32627.86 instruments.
premises owned $17.102.14. furniture and fixtures 1552572. with rhythm band and Mrs. Susie Stansel, all
year
be no use in detaining the man Six of these carried court costs.
TOTAL ASSETS ...................._....._.. ._._............__............_..6463227.62 They were dressed in costumesof of Live Oak, Mrs. Claudia Mae further since he had no money The total amount received by the its.Council President CharlesJohnson
LIABILITIES blue resembling drum majors Kent of Jacksonville and Mrs.
Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships and corporations_2770042.27 and the city had no place to put city was $123. appointed a committee
majorettes.Dr.
Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships and and Ina Guest of Callahan. .
corporations .. ?._.......-.._....__..........._......._........ 2135630.81 Zinober presided over the Active pallbearers were Dennis him.A. composed of Councilmen M. J.
Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) .... 160221.82 i battered Negro woman appeared Kirby, Harold Gilmore, and Nor-
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ._ 722297.53 business session. Mrs. Hugo Soto- Carver, Johnny Redstone, Mack i No.7
Deposits of banks _. .................. ____................_.................. 89911.13 chairman reported Harrell Leo Mobley, Quinn Skin- in court and complained to man C. Protsman to serve with
Certified and officers' checks/ etc. ...-......_................. _...._. _. 49395.02 longo membership the Mayor that her common law School Superintendent Everette Mayor J. Marvin Phillips and Po-
TOTAL DEPOSITS __...........__..._....$5,927,498.58a that 384 have joined the ner, and Loran Carter.
( ) Total demand deposits ............_................3436867.77 this Honorary pallbearers were J. W. husband had "held" a gun on her Williamson explained that the lice Chief Elwood Howard to work
(b) Total time and savings deposits ..........._$2.490.630.81TOTAL P-TA so far year. and proceeded to deal her a sound board would like to set up a revolving out "certain police matters".
Other liabilities ....__...._........ .?.......:._...__....._..........._.._ 45260.28 Five dollar checks were presented Mott, Jack Mott, Jimmy Mott, thrashing.She .
plan for replacing four or Johnson explained that the advisory -

I LIABILITIES ......-........_....._............_...............__5972758.86 to classes having the most Robert Hingson, Reese Brown accused the colored man five buses each year to keep the committee would work outa

Capital. : Common stock total CAPITAL par value ACCOUNTS 200000.00 ?......_..___....._$ 200000.00 parents joining the organization.The Raymond Houston Roberts Williams Paul Bill Beverly Vann, whom she has born several chil- school transportation facilities criteria of qualifications which

Surplus ..._..........._......._...,............... .........._...?..?_..._.___ 200000.00 teachers whose classes were dren, of staying out late drinkingand up-to-date. He added that the. must be met by city policemen
Undivided profits ..._.......__......__.._......................._...._..._ 90468.76 Lillian Clayton Crews and V. V. (Red) home druink ,
given checks were Mrs. coming rowdy most serious limitation to such a hired in the future. The committee

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..._......._....................................$ 490468.76 Wheeler from Nettie Baisden Brim.. about 4 am. Monday. She said program is the lack of available will presnt its conclusions to
Funeral Home
James B. Daniels
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __...........$6,463,227.62 Miss Laverne Dorminey from Pine was in charge of arrangements.No. she locked the door, and when he funds. the council for approval._ he said.
MEMORANDA View, Mrs.. M. A. O'Hara from ---
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes Junior and Sherwood Boat-
High
(including notes and bills rediscounted and securities saId with
agreement to repurchase) ............_...._..._......._..........._..1066636.37 right and Miss Martha Webster
Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of .- 66,601.70I 3
J. Tom Moore of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this reportof tied for the Senior High $5 check. accommodate this feature. H. M. WARD & SONS

condition is true. and correct to the best of my knowledge J. Tom and Moore belief. Room count was taken and the "This small but active firm

Correct-Attest: teachers who had the most par- should provide a 'shot in the arm'

W.L. J.M.Day Jernigan ents present for the meeting were to the economy of Branford" RT. 4, BOX 284-A

John G. Adicks as follows: :Mrs. Sue O'Neal in Hamilton said. Office Phone SP 6-2191 Repair Shop Phone SP 6-2181
Directors Nettie Baisden Mrs. S. C. Bass in .
State of Florida. County of Suwannee. ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 15th day of January. 1963. Pine View, Mrs. J. L. Alford and The famous Bayeux Tapestry DISTRIBUTORS FOR
and I that I not officer or director of this bank.
(SEAL) hereby certify am an Ray Cameron tied in Junior High actually is an embroidery not a

Ruth C. Robinson. Notary Public. State of Florida at large and Mrs. Mary McLeod in the tapestry. The historic treasure INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZERS

My Commission Expires March 23. 1964. Senior High. believed to date from the 11th 'Southern NITROGEN Anhydrous AMMONIA

State Bank No. 141 At the close of the meeting century documents the story of
REPORT OF CONDITION OF "BRANFORD STATE BANK" OF BRANFORD IN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER there was a panel discussion on the Norman Conquest of England.
31, 1962. ASSETS grades and grades on report cards. s CASH MARKET FOR SHELLED CORN

Cash balances with other banks and cash itemsin Those serving on the panel were No. 4Constable
process of collection ......._....._...?....._...?..........._.._$ 333,358.32 Lewis Tucker Marvin Johns PRODUCE LUSH PASTURES BY LETTING US APPLY
United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed ............ 705,215.50 Mrs. Curl said a neighbortold
Obligations of States and political subdivisions ___..........._...... 24831.22 Mrs. Curtis Harrell Mrs. John him that he had driven Southern Nitrogen Anhydrous AmmoniaON
Loans and discounts (including $63.20 overdrafts) ............_._.... 410740.09 Forehand. up
Bank premises owned $15.865.31. furniture and fixtures 2165533.... 37520.64 Hampton :Mrs. Wayne near the house and parked to go YOUR PASTURE.
Other assets ..................._..........._.. ???..?........?..................... 1,471.14 Mrs. Barney Dees and Mrs. Brax- quail hunting last week and failedto ;

TOTAL ASSETS _..., ..........,-,..._._ _.........._..............._........1513136.91 ton Dennis. notice anything strange.* Curl
Phone SP 62181FOR
LIABILITIES said the neighbor told him there -
Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations ......-$ 771,631.87Time
and savings deposit of individuals partnerships, was a man sitting on the front
and corporations __....? _. ........ ............_ 594,502.92 porch in a rocking chair. FAST, ECONOMICAL REPAIR SERVICEON
Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings)._ S01.00 ALL YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT
Deposits of States and political subdivisions _............. _...........__ 14603.42 Sheriff Lewis said the men were
Certified and officers' checks. etc. _......................._. _........_ 1852.04 likely selling their contraband BRING IT TO OUR SHOP
TOTAL DEPOSITS __..........................._, ........1382981.25
(a) Total demand deposits ........$ 788,388.33b whiskey outside the county in a
( ) Total time and savings deposits _............$ 594,592.92 volumn market. He estimated WE MANUFACTURE
Other liabilities ..._..................._..._.._.._...........-_ 2,611.51
__ : that four to six runs of moonshinehad SPRAYERS FARM TRAILERS

TOTAL LIABILITIES _............. __...._. ......._........_..........1385592.76 been made in the still and ,
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital: Common stock total par value 30000.00 ..._...........-...._$ 30000.00 that it had probably been in ope- I
Surplus .. _-..,...................._..............._..........._..._ 78,000.00 ration for at least three months. CULTIVATORS AND COULTERS
Undivided profits _...-..,.?.,........ ..._....__,-TTT................_......_....._ 15544.15 Y W
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) _...__... 4000.00 Lewis said that such mass pro- .

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _._.._.............._........$ 127544.15 duction was profitable business.He .
explained that moonshine

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _............1513136.91 wholesaled for around $5 per gal-
MEMORANDA
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes lon.
(including notes and b-'lls rediscounted and securities sold with didn't lose dime by us
agreement to repurchase) ._._. ......._. _. .._. ....... _$ 25,000.00 "They a SAVINGS MOUNT UP FASTER HERE!
valuation of ... 9,883.44I
Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves
Graham C. Owen Vice President and Cashier of the above-named bank do
solemnly affirm that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my Public NoticesIN
knowledge and belief.
Graham C. Owen
Correct-Attest:
A. B. Ware THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Eva L. ThompsonA. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Jack Phillips WETBACK This pelican's FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN
Directors. feathers ruffled bit the NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYJIM
are a as
State of Florida County of Suwannee as: ..
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of January 1963 result of a splashing he received ROE. Plaintiff rt
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. recently at London's Regent's vs. DIVORCE !
(SEAL) WILLIE C. ROE.
Avis Rahe Cheney Notary Public. State of Florida at Large. Park Zoo. DefendantTO
My commission expires September 24. 1963. : Willie C. Roe whose address. resident
and residence is unknown.
You are hereby notified that a Complaint

CUT YOUR TOBACCO HARVESTING COST WITH the above for a named divorce Court has and been you filed are in SAVE HERE-WHERE YOUR

required to serve a copy of your Answeror
Pleading to the Complaint upon the
THE BRANTFORD LOOPER Plaintiffs Attorney Wm. Randall
Slaughter P. O. Box SOS. Live Oak.
Florida and file the original in the office SAVINGS EARN MORE!
.,et of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
,,," on or before the 15th day of February
-..; A. D. 1963. if you care to contest the
>: same otherwise the allegations of the
Complaint you. will be taken as confessedby By saving your money here and by adding to it reg-

Done and ordered in Live Oak. Su-

R.re p M'.. of wannee January County A. D.Florida 1963. this 15th day ularly as we do, your savings will increase faster, earn-
b\ (SEAL)

Clerk Lavaughn of Circuit A. Sessions Court Florida ing at the highest possible rate. Open your insured account -
Suwannee County.

36-39 with us today and see!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN- CURRENT
NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
PARTITION PROCEEDINGS
LONNIE TILLIS HUTCHINGSON and .
LOIS TILLIS COURSON. Remember, you still have until

Guaranteed 12 Months; Will Not Exceed 1% Fallout During Curing Provided TS.LORE'ITh. Plaintiffs full
Mon. Jan.
TILLIS 21st to earn a 00
,
Twine As Specified Is Used. NOTICE Defendant OF SALE 41 4

The Brantford Looper is the only machine on the market that has a variable Bryson.Notice as is Special hereby Master given that will I.on J.Saturday W.- month on your savings. Yes! Any

speed control to meet all picking conditions. It can run 1 to 6 sticks per min- the 26th day of January. A. D.i
1963 at the front door of the Suwannee -
ute. It is the only machine on the market with controls that can be mounted on County Court House in Live Oak? addition or new accounts openedby

either side making it possible to run this machine either right or left handed. ofter Florida for at sale the and hour sell of to 11:00 the hiirhes A. M.. DIVIDEND

With the Brantford Looper you save on kiln cost as it is easily convertible to a and best bidder for cash the follow- Jan. 21st will earn dividends

strip room conveyor. You will find that you reduce curing time and improve the ing The described Southwest property Quarter to-wit of: the
grade. Southwest Quarter. Section 27,. from the 1st. PER ANNUMa
Township 2 South. Range 15 East;
SUWANNEE COUNTY DEALERS and the South Half of Southeast
Quarter of Section 28. Township 2
South. Range 15 East; and the
TELEPHONE Northeast Quarter of the Northeast
Quarter Section 33. Township 2 FIRST FEDERAL
HINGSON 62505JAMES South. Range 15 East; and 12 Acres
THERON SPring
across the North side of the North- e
west Quarter of the Northeast IIIII'' SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
HINGSON SPring 6-2503 Cuarter. Section 33. Township 2 ..
South Range 15 East containing in 1ytsys .. '
\ LIVE OAK FLORIDA
the aggregate 172 acres, more or ,
J. L. HINGSON FOrest 2.2855 less lying and being in Suwannee
County. Florida. Members
The above described property will be

MACHINE ON DISPLAY ATHINGSON'S sold the under above-styled and by virtue Court.of as that enteredby Orderof Federal Home Loan Bank System-Federal Savings& Loan Insurance Corporation

WELDING and METAL WORKSEast the Honorable R. H. Rowe. Circuit
Judge. The terms of said sale will be
for cash. SERVING THE HEART OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER VALLEY _

Conner Street FOrest 2-2855 J. W. BRYSON .
Special Master .; --
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W. Cole is a patient in the visitor in Gainesville Friday.Mr. .
Pine View Hospital in Valdosta and Mrs. Rudolph Hatch
"
DEMOCRAT where he underwent eye surgery spent Thursday in Jacksonville
last week. where they visited Mrs. Hatch's
Frank Norris is a patient in the I. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
U. of F.Medical Center in Gaines- Harris.
: ville having undergone eye surgery Colin Williams spent Tuesday
last week. and Wednesday in Newberry and
Pasco Jones returned home Gainesville.Mr. .
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1963 VOL 78, NO. 36 from the Suwannee County Hospital and Mrs. Claude Johnson
after spending several days: were visitors in Tarpon Sorfaws
there.--- --1 last week due to the illness of
Mrs.
News From Branford Bucs Prepare To Pair To Celebrate.59th Mrs. Inez Minter was a business I Johnson's grandmother.Mr. .
and Mrs. L. W. Hardy and
son have as their guests Mrs.
Meet 4 StraightFoes Anniversary Mrs.v Thomas Hosts Hardy's sister and nephew.Mrs. .

Seven At ClubMrs. Fred Jones returned home
BY MRS. LOIS WilLIAM' Bridge
At HomeThe Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller Thursday from a hospital Tal-
Millette will celebrate their f if ty- W. B. Thomas was hostessto lahassee.
ninth wedding anniversary Sun- the bridge club at her home Mrs. Mabry Bryant was a bud-
Branford Bucs will starta
Branford Parent-Teachers Group Branford Farmers day afternoon. Jan. 20, at their Wednesday afternoon. Playing ness visitor in Gainesville Thurs-
long home stand this Friday and
home near Branford. bridge with Mrs. Thomas were
Meets To Discuss School Business Hear hope to get started on winning Open house will be held between Mrs. R. G. Griffith. Mrs. W. S. day.Mrs.. Eva Lee spent a few days
AgronomistA ways. the hours of two and five Ware Mrs. Tom Minter Mrs. S. last week in Sarasota due to the
Coach Joe Baker's basketteershave L. Townsend, Mrs. Graham Owen, '
o'clock for their friends and rela- death of her aunt.
Parents Hear Address From Rev. Price farmers get-together was been showing improvementas tives to call on them. No written Mrs. Lois Sisson, and Mrs. W. R. Robin Griffith left Saturday for
held in the school cafeteria Friday the season progressed. The inexperienced -
invitations are being sent but everyone Hill.Mrs. Fort Belvor Va., to attend an
The Branford Parent-Teachers Association met
night at 6:30 pjn. The dinner Bucs are beginning to is invited to attend. Graham Owen won the
Thursday, Jan. 10, and heard an address by Rev. Allen meeting was sponsored by the jell as a unit and hopes are high bridge prize. Refreshments of aerial is map in the compiling U. S. Air school.Force Griffith and-
Price, pastor of the First Baptist Church, who discussed Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp. that the latter part of the season German chocolate cake coffee has been visiting his parents Mr.
spiritual values in the home, school and community.Price I The theme of the meeting was will find them a team to be proud First Baptist Members and nuts were served.Sporlsmans and Mrs. R. G. Griffith and fam-
pointed out that the first responsibility to children "Farming For Profits In 1963". .
of.Coach ily for the past three weeks.
Frank Boyd of Boydstank Ala., Baker in his first year Welcome Rev. Price
fall upon parents who have children of the first through the Club Rev. and Mrs. Harold O'Cheeter
almost complete control over a third grades. was the guest speaker. Boyd is a at Branford, has had to mold a Members of the First Baptist I and daughters of Purvis, Mtos.,
child until he is of school age. This program is aimed primari- graduate of Auburn Universityand team from boys with little experi- Church held family night Monday To Meet MondayThe arrived Monday for a visit with
The reverend speculated upon arly at adults that cannot reador is a soil agronomist and ence and boys who have not play- Jan. 14 at 7 o'clock in the Suwannee River Sportt- Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffith and
the question of whether or not write. The 1960 census showed scientist for the VirginiaCarolinaCorp. ed before. The picture this year is church annex.A mans Club will meet Monday Jan. family.Mr. .
juvenile delinquency is all juve- 260,000 under-educated adults getting better and prospects for delicious covered dish supper 21, at 7:00: p.m. in the American and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch
nile or if some of it is delinquencyon with less than a fifth grade edu- He stressed the need of having fine teams in the future are taking and a fellowship hour was enjoyed Legion Home in Branford. Supper and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hatch
the part of parents. cation, some with none at all and your soil tested. This way a farmer shape. by everyone present. The sup- will be served and election of officers attended the annual Western Au-
The speaker was introduced by others from one through the I I would know what he needs to People of the Branford area are per was held to welcome the new will be held. to spring merchandise show in
Mrs. Susie Hill, program chair- fourth grades.In add to his soil to make it well urged to support their team, as pastor. Rev. Allen Price, and fam- All members and prospective Jacksonville Sunday.No. .
man. addition one-fifth of the .. balanced and to get the most support and encouragement to ily. members are urged to attend. ( 1 Continued on Page 12)
Before the talk by Rev. Price adults in our county are under- from what he grows. these boys could be the differencein
a brief business meeting was held educated with some having none Several door prizes were drawnat winning and losing.
the close of the meeting. A delicious The Bucs will be at home Friday -
at which
time the recommendations at all. All E. T. V. channels will
of the executive board were carry these programs as well as meal was served by a civic with Jasper Mayo on Tuesday -
approved by the organization.One commercial channels at certain organization. Ft. White on Friday and
Madison Tuesday. This couldbe iANNIVERSARY I
recommendation was to pur- times as the Governor is much on SHOE SALEFall
the turning point for the Bucs.
chase silver and soup bowls for concerned over the situation.
Moses Entertain Come out and help.
the lunchroom. The manager had This educational program will .
reported a shortage of these items.A. also be available to adults that Church CouplesMr.
Perry Geiger Principal will register at the public schools. Collector To Sell
asked the P-TA to help pro- The P-TA will sponsor this pro- and Mrs. Orville Moses and
mote Operation Alphabet that with at its dis daughters entertained the couplesof
gram every means and Winter Styles For The Entire Family
will begin on Jan. 18 on Channel posal. The meeting was held in the Sunday School Class or the Tags In BranfordMrs.
5 at 6:30 p.m. with 100 30-minute the school cafeteria. RobertVea- First Baptist Church at their .
programs geared to adults and ver presided.The home Tuesday night, Jan. 8 at 7 Sara Rawls, Suwannee Flats and Sports Values to $9.99 .
-- -- o'clock with a buffet supper. Each
devotional was given by County tax collector announced
Mrs. Gunter's fifth grade, the couple brought a covered dish. Tuesday that she will be in Bran- Sale Priced $3.90 $5.90
theme being "God's Lovely Gifts". The class enjoyed a meal of ford Saturday Jan. 19, and Saturday -
Eight students participated in baked ham three different salads Feb. 9, to sell auto tags. i '
Ladies Dress Styles Values to .
$19.99
BEWARE OF reading the Bible and a trumpettrio string beans, pineapple and Mrs. Rawls said she will be selling I .
rendered a chorale writtenby apple rings hot rolls, strawberrycream the tags at the Branford Gas Sale Priced
T
Bach under the direction of cake coffee and tea. and Electric Company. She will % $7.90 $12.90
Bill Miller band director. The Members attending were Mr. be available there from one to
ERhIITB r' students taking part were Robert and Mrs. Bill Thompson and sons, five-thirty o'clock in the after- 1L_ Children Dress Styles Values to $9.99 .
1 Kelly Roger Bass, Jerry Hern- Mr.and Mrs.Carrol Hall, Mr. and noons.
call don, Sharon Martin, Sharon Mrs. W. D. Fletcher and Mrs. Mrs. Rawls said that anyone IT Sale Priced $4.90 $5.90
Walker Mary Lou Humpries An- James Odom and son. who purchased his tag outside the ;
ita Wilkerson, and Iris Harrell. county last year should bring his ,
Men Dress Styles Values to $19.99 .
The room count of parents The hostess committee served tag registration or car title. All
present was won by the sixth and refreshments. The meeting was I those who have Suwannee Coun-
sake of home Sale Priced $7.90 $16.90
for the your twelfth grades. well attended by fathers. ty tags need only their numbers.th' -


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CONTINUING OUR J
All styles are from our regular -

stock of Famous Brands Natura-

lizer, Joyce, Jacqueline, Connie, 1
B

1 0 o o Coed, Johansen, Buster Brown, COMPANY

,0 Jarman, Florsheim, Bob Smart. Not tlVI OAKS FINEST DEPARTMENT TOni

Entire Stock SPECIAL GROUP MEN'S every size in every style but all SHOE DEPT.sizes .

MEN'SJACKETS, Long Sleeve in group. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA

LADIES DRESSES

Knit or FlannelSHIRTS
{

Values to $ I 2.95 ",, DRASTICALLY REDUCED .

n S\\ FOR QUICK CLEARANCE

jS Values to $4.95


$$500 SALE PRICE

If Wide-Track is as hot as


Values to $16.95 don't .
Pontiac
why they


T I 088 $1 000 $1500 5200 put it says in their, Tempest?





One Group

MEN'S

MEN'S SUITS FELT HATS


-, Values to $ .95 'They just did.i .


Reduced Up To 50%/ Off Now $5.00 .... ".



One Group
t.

BOYS SEAMLESS MEN'S HOSE '

SHEER HOSE .
SWEATERS Values to $1.00
Regular Price $1.00
50c T


NOW SALE PRICE 58 C J ra..:

$2&88 MEN'SFruit

,LIMIT 2 PAIRS of the Loom

$3.88

No ApprovalS-No: Layaways -No Alterations HandkerchiefsRegular f We can take a hint.When people are as happy with something as Pontiac owners are with-Wide- .
Track, we're wIllIng-nay, eager-to let everybody else In on It. That's why Tempest has a
Entire Stock ALL Wide-Track of its own this year. It's why you get to choose between a lively 4 and a 32S-cu.In.
= 8 for $1.00 V-8, too.We aim to please-and If we do say so,we're pretty accurate. 'Optional at extra cost.
BOYSJACKETS SALES' .

Now there are two kinds of Wide-Track cars Pontiac and Tempest
SALE PRICE

FINAL -SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICE OF WIDE-TRACKS AND GOOD USED CARS TOO-

Values to $16.95 COMPANY 8 ,for 68c
LIVE OAK* FINEST DEPARTMENT STOKE '-' :' -
'
,/ OTTIS BROWN MOTORS r....: .:
$5.88 to $7.88 ,, Umit i 16 < -' .,f
500 W. Howard St. Live Oak, Florida .

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PAGE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1963

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I @fqvte'eofthI Baptist Service WMU Met MondayThe Royal Mrs. Joe Corbett. Sullivan Here And There I


Royal Service of the WMUof

the First Baptist Church met ,.Y. Miss Nata Carolyn Fowler, student guests over the week end. Mr.

Monday afternoon in the Educa- / : at Jones Business College, and Mrs. Horry H. Hair Jr. of

WOMEN tional Building of the church. k spent the week end with her par- Tallahassee, Capt. and Mrs. Hor-

I Mrs. G. A. Lee opened the ..M'", x +a, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Fow- ry H. Hair m and children Lisa

meeting with the group singing ,. f:,: : ler.Miss Carol and Hank of Zellwood and
.
'Send The Light". "-. Nancy McKeithen studentat Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moore of
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Mrs. Ottis Brown, circle chair- rr." ; FJSJL, spent the week end Gainesville. Capt. Hair will leave

man of the Helen Masters Circle, % with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. this week to return to Korea
I .
Junior "Woman's Club Mrs. Sullivan HonoredAt read a poem on stewardship. N.. Y .J H. L. McKeithen.Mrs. where he is stationed.
Reports were read by the general -- ; ..:. Brody Harris and daughter .

Met Thursday Night Bridal ShowerMrs. officers during the business '" <'t. Mrs. Mattox Ward, spent last

meeting. r. J Monday in Gainesville.Mrs. Allison Scott Named
The Live Oak Junior Woman's Perry L. Lashley was hos- Mrs. B. A. Swing Jr., gave the :"f', $_: ._ "' ) W J. Nipper and Miss
Class Head
Club held their regular meetinglast tess for a miscellaneous bridal devotional and led in prayer for 4 ." : i Caroline Hart spent last Mondayin College

Thursday night at the Club shower honoring Mrs. Joe C. Sul- the missionaries on the Calendarof .,:: ( ____ y: sI 1 Gainesville and the remainderof Allison Scott son of Mr and
House. livan, the former Miss Betty Lou Prayer. "' "";;:'v ""'. 1 1III' the week in Palatka visitingMr. Mrs. Rudolph V. Scott, was recently -

The guest speaker, Mrs. B. F. Jenkins Saturday evening, Jan. Mrs. S. T. McDowell and Mrs.J. T'J J and Mrs. Don E. Nipper and elected president of the

Leigh, was introduced by her 12. Mrs. James C. Bell, Mrs. D. E. W. Massengill presented a skit r .'. family.Mr. First Professional Year Class of

daughter, Mrs. Donald Powell, a Truluck, and Mrs. Lamar Jenkins The program was under the direction III'I ..' .,.' ,".: and Mrs. Rudolph Deeie the School of Pharmacy at the
.
member of the Junior Club. Mrs. were cohostesses.The of- the- -Helen- -Masters- Circle -- ::+t-. <.. .<.,.. tlU .;_.. and daughter, Sherry, and Buddy University of Georgia at Athens.
Leigh an interesting report table was overlaid with a Mrs. Bass :': .;.' :'.'.' Evans of Tallahassee spent the Ga. Scott is a junior at the uni-
gave Clayton program I ':.' >.:::}.,. :.
from the book, "Master Of De- white lace cloth. Each end of the chairman. 1>';,:."'. .<< week end with their parents Mr. versity.

ceit", written by J. Edgar Hoover. table held a crystal punch bowl Taking part on the program Ilr and Mrs. H. J. Evans. The Suwannee County youth

entwined with ivy and white were Mrs. Brown, Mrs. C. W. : .:'f.' Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Collins I made the Dean's List, which requires -

It was announced that Junior flowers. Clayton Mrs. Massengill and !'''i';'.' : spent the week end visiting rela- an over-all average of 90

Day will be held in Perry today Assorted nuts punch layer Mrs. Annie Wilhelm who closed fi:,. .: '+. tives and friends in and around or above.

(Thursday). Emily Savage, state cake, open face sandwiches cook- the program with prayer. ;: ". I Live Oak. Young Scott has consistently

director, will be making her an- ies, and coffee were served. r Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Milton ranked at the top during his

nual visit to District Three at this Games were played and those I spent the week end in Quitman. preparatory and. college. years.

I meeting. winning prizes were Mrs. Ruth Presbyterian Circle > -'+a' .', ,. ,- Ga., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eston
Rye and Mrs. Noah Bailey. T' Milton, Mr. and Mrs. James Beas-
interested in attendingthis .'
Anyone Three Has Card Of Thanks
meeting were asked to con- Out of town guests were Mrs. MeetingCircle ley and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mil-
Joe Sullivan mother of the groom, Three of the First Pres- ton. They also attended the fun- We would like to express our

tact Registration Mrs. Bill will Burch begin president.at 9:30: Mrs. Teford Sullivan, Mrs. Ralph byterian Church met Monday :I t3 :t : .. : : eral services of Mr. Milton's heartfelt appreciation to our

Cunningham and Mrs. James evening, Jan. 7, in the Educa- .......m, "....'>...' ._'"' grandfather, Mr. J. A. Milton. many friends for the food floral
ajn.The announcement was made Wynn of Jennings Mrs. Maxine tional Building of the church with :: ..:: :::. ::.,:.; _:,:. :;.. y ,,/ : -< Mrs. C. J. Dean, Mrs. L. A. offerings, cards and other ex-
that the Juniors will assist and Sullivan and Mrs. Dot Leutnerof eight members and one visitor Blackmon, Mrs. W. L. Ross Mrs. pressions of sympathy during the
Macon Ga., Mrs. Lee R. Smithof present.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jenkins announce the marriage of their Elizabeth Hughes Mrs. Josephine illness anddeath_ of our husband
direct the Mothers March on Polio -
West Memphis Ark., Mrs. D. E. Wade Keen circle chairman and Mrs. and father W E. (DubVll
beginning Thursday Jan. 31. daughter Betty Lou to Joe Corbett Sullivan, son of Mr. Gamble, and Mrs. Ed Kent attended -
Truluck of Clearwater, and Mrs. presided over the meeting. the Tallahassee District liams. We would also like to thank
Mrs. W. J. Winburn will serve as Joe D. Sullivan of Jennings.The
John A. Sjorbery of Concord Mrs. Jelinek the Dr. Hadden and the staff at the
Dorothy gave meeting of the Wesleyan Service
chairman for this project. marriage was an event of December 31 in the First Chris-
Mass. Bible study from the Gaspel of Guild in Monticello last Sunday.Mr. Suwannee County Hospital.
Hostesses at the meeting were
Valdosta.
Church in
tian
Around 75 attended.Associational Matthew. "The King Demon- and Mrs. John C. King II of Mrs. W. E. WilliamsMrs.
Miss Norma. Jean Moore, Mrs.
of Suwannee High School and Lively
Mrs. Sullivan is a graduate
Norma Jean
strates His Power", with members Jacksonville and Bill Rogers of Skinner
Ronald Green Mrs.
chairman
taking part. Technical School of Cosmetology and is employed at Ruby's Beau- Winton Williams
Tallahassee spent Sunday with
Fred Glass, Mrs. Pomeroy Carter,
WMU close of the meeting a ty Shop. s .
At the
and Mrs. Bill Nickerson.The Mr, and Mrs. Winston Rogers.
door prize was won by Miss To Have MeetingThe social hour was enjoyed with refreshments Mr. Sullivan is a graduate of Jennings High School and is a Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. had as her (School Supplies at McCrimon's)

Moore. being served by Mrs. farmer in Hamilton County.
quarterly meeting of the! James Cason hostess.

............................. Associational WMU of the Suwannee I The circle will meet with Mrs.
Baptist Association will meet with lledioclistPSGS Met Monday AfternoonThe 24-HOUR
Inman Avery in February
: FOR YOUR : Friday. Jan. 25, at 10 ajn. at the
Mrs. Jelinek and Mrs. T. A. Kirk- WSCS of the First Methodist i Sunday night in January. OXYGEN EQUIPPED
Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
TREE TRIMMING & patrick as co-hostesses. Church met Monday after- I It was voted to send a Care
The WMU theme for the quar- .
: TREE REMOVAL at the to Polish minister.
ter is "Sharing Christ With The noon in the Youth Chapel package a Ambulance Service
TRENCHING OR church. Mrs. Fowler dismissed the
Whole, Wide World".
DITCHING Mrs. Green Hostess January is observed as Wesle- meeting with prayer.
Miss Ethel Harmon missionaryto Phone FO 2-3333
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Service Guild month and
Book Review Club yan
L Nigeria, and Miss Josephine To.
CALL Mrs. E. L. Kent president of the
Jones executive secretary of the The Book Review Club of the Miss IcCalIiste Weds

FloodConstruction State WMU, will be guest speakers. Department of Education of theWoman's Guild presented the program Clarence McFarland
which was on the Guild emblem.
Club of Live Oak met
Co. : Mrs. Aubrey Fowler, WSCS Mr. and Mrs. Marvin K. Mc-
A will be .
nursery provided. in the home of Mrs. Fred J. Green
president presided over the busi- Collister of this city announce the
Please plan to be present. Wednesday, Jan. 9. JAMES B. DANIELS
: FO 2-2101 : ness meeting and reports were marriage of their niece Miss
I I Mrs. Green served coffee in the
N... ...... .. : .........1 (School Supplies at McCrimon's!) dining room. The table was- laid heard from several officers. Jeanette McColhster, to Clarence FUNERAL HOME '
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with the silver service at one end East Howard St.S. a;
Missionary Education an- The wedding was an event of
and balanced with an artistic
nounced the church-wide mission October 22, 1962 in Jacksonville.
DANCEEVERY arrangement of camellias and C. BASS, JR.EMERT .
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B Williamson Gets School StandardsSchool II

Noted Musicians Climax ObservanceHf
Superintendent Everette that certain situations in Suwannee -
Williamson said Friday that he schools including maintenance -
Hf had received the new proposalsfor deficiencies, must be cor-

Three Events To Herald I County 4-H Clubs Active, Members Stress Learning I accreditation by the State standards Departmentof released rected."The school board is consctotta

Education. that these deficiencies exist and

End Of Annual Foster ObservanceThree Pine View their regular meeting. Eighteen "Manners Matter" with everyone I Williamson noted that the new need to be met" he said. "Andwe
girls attended. Brenda Hunt and participating in the program. standards are considerably more intend to meet them.
Forty-two members attendedthe Lenora Fisher led the pledges and Refreshments were served by rigid than the old ones. He added "The people in this county can
musical events will wind up the annual obser- Pine View 6th 4-H Club meeting Shirley Kirby gave the devotional. Mrs. J. O. Knight and Mrs. Aub- be assured that the superintendent -
vance of Florida's Stephen Foster Week at the Stephen Wednesday. Fay' Ross and Annette Whaley gave a demon- rey Ward. and the school board is
Foster :Memorial in White Springs this week-end, ThelmaA. Susan Allbritton led pledges and stration in her Clothing Project. e Smvannee DemocratSubscriptiollS cognizant of these realities" Williamson -

Boltin, special events director at the state music shrine, Debbie. Barineau gave the devo- Mrs. Fred Gaylard attended as assured.
acted
.ua Evans CLaylandClayland
said : uonai. Frances I an adult 4-H leader. "But there is no grounds for
Monday as song leader. I 4-H Club met with 21
1 justifiable fear that schools
our
Wednesday the school, located at Madison.
"Beginning Excellent demonstrations were present. Pledges were led by Inez "
Memorial is offering a series of Foster Week is observed an- BraDfordFortynine may lose their accreditation, he
given as follows: Hingson and Peggy Carmichael.Lib Here is a list of new subscrip- concluded.
recitals by the noted carillonneurJune nually during the period begin- Child Care "Mealtime For Lit- 4-H members met at Tillman gave the devotional.A tions and subscriptions renewedto .
Albright of Chicago" Miss ning Jan. 13, the anniversary of tle Folks" by Nancy McDonaldand the Branford School on Tuesday. Clothing Workshop was plan- the Suwannee Democrat from

Boltin said. the death of Stephen Foster in Libby Moore; Home Improve- Pledges were led by Debbie Byrd ned for eight of the girls taking January 4 to January 11.NEW .
"Miss Albright has earned a I 1864. During his short 37-year ment by Debbie Gilmore: and and Margaret Wood. Linda Fissel Clothing.A SUBSCRIPTIONSRonald Mothers' 'March'Set
singular reputation in the music life Foster wrote more than 200 Entomology by Nancy Edwards.McAlpin gave the devotional.A I Child Care demonstrationwas Boatright GainesvilleRoy

world as a carllonneur, a career melodies including "Suwannee U N demonstration was given by given by Rai Ette Williams. Aderholt BranfordDr. For
unique for a woman. She is widely River", now Florida's state song. Charlene Suggs on "Taking Care RN and Mrs. W. C. Stewart, JanuaryA
known for her splendid mas- The St. Petersburg Male Chorus Of Dairy Cows". Kathy Fletcher
L. O.
mother concerned for hun
tery of carillons and chimes as a directed by John Reynolds, The McAlpin School 4-H Club and Peggy Fletcher demonstrated"How
Democrats Lila Crosier BranfordC. dreds of thousands of crippled
teacher and as an authority on inaugurated the 1963 Foster Week met with 10 members and 1 visitor To Make Oatmeal Cookies". Young H. Strowder O'Brien American children today appealed -
instruments their mu- with concerts on Jan. 12 Bonnie Mobley and
these and program present.
home
Miss Shuler, agent, gavea
Carroll E. Hall BranfordSUBSCRIPTIONS for help
to other members of
sic. She: has performed in recitals and 13. Also on Jan. 13, which is Martha Connell led the pledges demonstration in Home Im- Form 'Party' Club Suwannee
throughout the United States and National Stephen Foster"Day, the and Nannette Green led the de- provement. RENEWEDMrs. County.
She Is Mrs. W. Winburn Jr..
abroad and music lovers will en- Memorial received the nameplatefrom votional. a George Hatch. WellbornBill
joy hearing her performances on the S. S. Stephen C. Foster Miss Bernice Shuler. home agent To Support JFK Gunter, OrlandoT. whose appointment as chairman
!
Clover of the 25th
the Memorial's 97-bell carillon, a World War n Liberty Ship, and gave demonstrations on articles Lucky J. Haynes O'Brien I Anniversary Mothers'March
the largest tublar bell installationin this plaque is now mounted for to be made for those taking The Lucky Clover 4-H Com- The Suwannee County Young Cary E. Stewart JacksonvilleM. for the March of Dimes
the world." permanent exhibit in the Carillon Home Improvement.Judy munity Club met Tuesday night Democrats a new organization in B. Vann. McAlpinMrs. was announced by Brody C. Harris -

Miss Albright will perform at rower. Nash led the recreation. with 8 members and 4 parents Live Oak was formed Thursday C. G. Fennell McAlpin local campaign director.
the console every day at noon Representing the State of Florida attending. Allan Ward and BettyJo Jan. 10, under the direction of Ervin Tompkins Rt., L. O. Mrs. Winburn said her first
Jan. 17, 18, 19, and 20, at 3 p.m. State Supreme Court Justice McLeod led the pledges and W. J. (Dub) Winburn Jr., Garth Mrs. Ruth Fletcher McAlpin task is to recruit as many volunteers -
on Jan. 17 and 18, and at 2 p.m. Campbell Thornal accepted the WellbornHazel Bruce Ward led the devotional. Nobles Ernie Sellers, and R. L. George N. Croft, McAlpinR. as possible to march on Jan.
on Sunday Jan. 20, Miss Boltin plate from Paul W. Brauer Jr., Fisher, president of the Miss Bernice Shuler home agent (Bob) Giddens. L. Lord Rt.. L. O. 31. She asked those wishing to
behalfof Wellborn 4-H Club presided at conducted a discussion on serve to notify her as soon as pos-
who acted in
announced. In addition, the bells Jacksonville I II John McCormick county judgeof Mrs. Thelma Atwell BranfordJ.
I sible.
will be heard in recorded concerts the American Merchant Ma- Hamilton County served as the P. Mobley. McAlpin
several times daily. rine Institute and the American main speaker during the evening Laverne Porter Rt.. L. O. "Our 1963 March of Dimes
theme is 'Give For The Life Of
The annual "Junior Jeanie" vocal Institute of Marine Underwriters and addressed the new group on Frank S. Allen Ponca City. "
auditions for girls from 10 to sponsors of the national Liberty r1j11; the needs of the Democratic Par- Okla. A Child', the chairman said.
[ "I'm confident Suwannee residents
16 years old living in the Suwannee Ship Memorial Program.The ty and its future in Florida. Mrs. Ellen Auten L. O. -
will
River Valley area will be held legend under the name- Giddens was elected presidentof J. L. Barnes Bartow respond when" our
Marching Mothers call.
at 2 pjn. Saturday Jan. 19, with plate is simple and brief. It says: i the organization. Other offic- John L. Boyd, Tarpon SpringsJ. .
Miss Boltin in charge. "World War H Liberty ships is ers named were Mrs. W. J. L. Carter McAlpinMrs.
Sunday afternoon at 3 pan. the proudly bore the names of famous Winburn Jr., vice president; Miss D. M. Garrett OrlandoW. Life magazine reported that a
Colin Kelly Choraleers the North Americans to every corner of the r tiI Jeanne Howell secretary; Ernie J. George Rt., L. O. survey of 25 merchandiseminded -
Florida Junior College mixed seven seas. This nameplate from I 4I Sellers, treasurer. All of the offic- Pete Vann McAlpinH. builders from coast to coast
chorus will present a concert in the S. S. Stephen C. Foster was ers are residents of Live Oak. J. Johnson L. O. showed that builders credit 60
the auditorium of the Carillon presented to the Stephen Foster Commenting on the future activities Floyd Ross, Rt., L. O. per cent of their sales to news
Tower. Dr. Robert Kennedy is director Memorial at White Springs, Flor- of the newly formed club, Mrs. C. M. Surrency. Jackson-I paper ads.School .
of the chorus, and Dr.Mar_ ida, on Jan. 13, 1963. honoring the President Bob Giddens stated, villeA. i .
shall Hamilton is president of the beloved composer." '% !' "The Democratic Party has a O. Dorsett, BranfordR. ( Supplies at McCrimon's)
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great future in the United States G. Fitch BranfordEva
with the young men and women Lee O'Brien
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BEST TOBACCO PLANTS ,. I r. _I IF that are now taking interest in Miss Bertie Mae Robinson PINE TIMBER

government."The L. 0.Emory. WANTED
HICKS BROAD LEAF NC 95 purposes of our club will Ross Rt., L. O.
be to serve as a vehicle for these Ruth Baxter, Ft. MyersR. ALL KINDS
Order From people to obtain valuable political L. Carver, Enterprise Ala.
LOGS POLESPULPWOOD
experience and at the same time Mrs. Ruby Hall. MiamiH.

FRANK HADDON'S : be a vital means of support for T. Howell, O'Brien
TEXACO SERVICE STATIONSouth -- --- President Kennedy and party and Arlis M. Palmer Rt., L. O.
government officials on the state V. M. Prevatt McAlpinR.
Ohio Ave. and county levels." F. Driver Rt., L. O. W. C. DEMPSEYP.

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA YOUNG MAN IN TROUBLE Mohammed Ben Mahmoud,13, The next meeting of Suwannee Mrs. H. C. Stuart Perrine
Day Phone Night Phone formerly influential in Yemen government because of alleged County Young Democrats will be Woodrow Dees L. O. O. Box 628
FO 2-2594 FO 2-2963 mystic powers, has been jailed by the new revolutionary govern. held Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7:30 Bill Thompson O'Brien LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
ment, accused of using his power with greed. pjn. Scott Furniture Co.. L. O.






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Suwannee Goeaty, Florida, at bw oft!'Gin
.>:'':i': the court hwse of Mill County aLive :
Director :' ; Public NoticesNOTICE
Branford Dam Site Survey Insurance ::: Officers Chosen Oak FIeri within six calendar
: ;: months from the title of the first rHeation ','
; of this notice. Bach claim I.
Increased demand shall be ra writing and "h
: School Work CompletedAdditional Blasts For Episcopal UNDER FICTITIOUS state the place of residence and r -':,
,1 office address of the elaiman, tr i
OR TRADE NAME LAW
shall be to by the claimant. 11-- -
sworn
survey work on a : 1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: agent of attorney, and any such cjI'n;
BenefitsThe 1 Church HereRobert Notice is hereby given that the under-
MenuJanuary dam site for A. D. Musgrove was Security :. signed pursuant to the fictitious name or demand not so filed stall be "vIe!.
W. L. Groover
completed this week. The proposed j statute. Chapter 20953. or Section 8M.- As administrator of the Estate ( *
field services direc- I T. Tuttle Claude J. 09, Florida Statutes 1941. will register
21 through January 25 waterline staked in the George Lester Groover. dE>c.aoJ
was M. Brown with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
basin and the spillway at tor of Liberty National Life Hackney and Harley and for Suwannee County Florida. upon 84-37
MONDAY upper addres- were elected members of the ves- receipt of proof of publication of this
Insurance Company IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
the dam was located. ; notice the fictitious to-wit:
Steamed FrankfurtersCole Church name
try of St. Luke's Episcopal JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
Stan's 66" Service
and Russell sed the Suwannee Valley.
John Hampton COUNTY, FLORIDA
Slaw annual SUWANNEE
here Sunday night at the under which I will engage in business.I
Lima Beans with Ham Hock Parsons local Soil Conservation Life Underwriters Associa- 4'bR will servefor expect to engage in business in Lire IN CHANCERY
They
parish meeting. FRANK L. FUTCH and bfe wife
Oak. Florida and address is Highway
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Service Technicians assisted by tion here Thursday and fireda t three years. 90 West. my ZEPH FUT H.
James Thomas Engineer from The extent of ownership is entire. Plaintiffs,
of barbs at
Icing volley pointed Mrs. Alfred T. Airth reportedon CHARLES STANFORD 'Ys.

Buns Butter Milk Lake City completed the survey. the federal Social Security the work of the women of the Dated this 4th day of January A.D. E. ANDERSON... .
When completed the lake is sche- 1963. NOTICE
TUESDAY church the Rev. Jack Haynes CHARLES STANFORD TO DEFEND
duled to be stocked with bream program. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Pork Chops become made his report as rector and 35.38
Grilled and bass. "Social Security has E. B. Anderson. if Mid Defendant ,
Weaver the report of living and if said Defendant. devti--
Whipped Potatoes attended one day the most diabolical political foot- Kelly gave IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT is
Hampton a y. ed the unknown spouse heirs del 1-.cs
Sauce society the treasurer at the business ses IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN-
Cranberry inflicted our
ball upon ,
session held at Jackson- ever grantees creditors or other par:lL 3
training TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
Tossed Green Salad ," Mark N. Owen whose sion. Plans for the coming year claiming by. through under or agar "
RE The Estate of
ville Tuesday Jan. 15. Soil Con- : such deceased Defendant if alive. t,- J
Peach Half servation Service personnel from company office is in Birmingham were outlined by Rev. Haynes anda CLARA M. GREENE if dead their unknown heirs de\ ,

Rolls Butter Milk Ala., said. budget for the new year adop- NOTICE TO Deceased.CREDITORS legatees, or grantees; and all ar",1
attended
18 Northeast Florida counties -
baring or claiming to have any risV
WEDNESDAYChili the day administrative Owen told the group that the MARK N. OWEN ted.The All creditors of the Estate of Clara title, or interest in the property heroin -
one elected Alfred M. Greene deceased, are hereby noti- described,
originally congregation to-wit
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Con Carne Social Security program was fied and required to file claims
session. any ot ,
their Lot S Block 7. Railroad Adrlith'to
Saltines conceived as a device for ployee public realizes that T. Airth F. D. HelvenstonJr. demands which they may have against the City of Live Oak lyme n1
costs are exceeding their Louie C. Wads-i said estate in the office of the County
Pizza Cheese Sandwich eliminating poverty suffered by soaring ., Weaver and Judge of Suwannee County, Florida. in being in Suwna County Florida
Grapefruit Sections Suwannee old people and widows with dependent benefits the situation will be corrected worth as delegates to the 120th the Court House at Live Oak. Florida. and South in Range Section 13 22 East. ;Township:;

Butter Milk children. Owen continued. Right annual council of the Diocese of within six (6) calendar months from You and each of yon are Ju'r.i, .
Bread the date of the first publication of this '
THURSDAY "Now" he said "it has become now however the increased benefits Florida to be held in Tallahasseethe notice. Each claim or demand must be severally his wife.notified Zeph that Fetch Frank filed L. F't tI.c t ,,rand '

High the greatest insurance idea ever "we are voting in for our- last of the month. The Rev. filed in duplicate in writing, and mutt sworn Complaint in the Circuit I''d'.
Chicken Salad on Lettuce Leaf state the place of residence and post .
conceived by man. The initial selves will have to be paid for by Mr. Haynes will attend the coun- office address of the claimant and must of you Suwannee and each County of you Florida as Deferi.a c<,"'>
Niblet Corn
Buttered statute enacting the program has future generations."If cil as will several other membersof be sworn to by the claimant his agent seeking to quiet the title of the l".j
MenuJanuary his void
Sliced Tomatoes or attorney or it will become .
tiffs to the above described
will real
is not called, we J.r.
been ammended seven times since a halt the vestry. according to law. erty located, in Suwaanee County i.. ::.
Marshmallow Squares
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L'n children and our named S/Clara S. W.dsworthEucutrix ida.
mortgage our Hancock was
Lamar
each time taking a
23 its
17 passage
Milk through 'January
Bread Butter Yon farther
are hereby notified f,1
grandchildren he charged. Warden for the and 38-36
Senior year
bite out of salaries.
THURSDAY bigger the return day of this Notice t" ECfeod :
FRIDAY Owen declared that the Social chosen Junior War- is February llth. <
Turkey and Dressing Owen who graduated from the Brown was IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY' IMS. an y i
Macaroni Au Gratin must return to shall on aM date serve a copy of t. ?
cited the Security program den. F. D. Helvenston Jr., will JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY
Cranberry Sauce University of Florida defense if any upon Alfred T. Air, )i.
Harvard Beets Fruit Salad controversial King-Anderson bill economic sanity. "I'm not against serve as clerk to the vestry and FLORIDA RE: Estate, of IN PROBATE.IN Attorney for Plaintiffs, whose fl.lr! ,j
Congealed
Steamed Cabbage stated. "I'm i. P. O. Box: 427. Live Oak. Fin i : 1.1.
Peas that failed to pass through the social security he Weaver will again serve as church H. B. Bailey.. and. _m dfately thereafter file th< ,.'
Fruit Jello Cookies Bread Butter Milk Congress at the last session. He in favor of keeping it in balance. treasurer. The assignments were All Creditors Deceased.To and Persons Having gins of sane in the office of the ( I. c"
Rolls Butter Milk bill had passed Social Security in 1961 amounted made at a vestry meeting held Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: of the Circuit Court of the above sn 1
the Court
FRIDAY said that if ; otherwise a Decree Pro Con ft-'}
billion nearly half of You and each of you are hereby noti win be
to $12 entered against
Monday night.Hospital you.
abortive
Holiday it would have caused an fied and required to present any claims ,
WITNESS of the Honorable l C
Social the money saved by the American M or demands which yon or either of one
MONDAY increase in the cost of the ealt Judge* of the Third Judirmi I C ;'
Philadelphia Club people during that year the you may have against the estate of cult of Florida as well as the Clerk! cf
H. B. Bailey deceased, late of said
SpaghettiCole Security program.
toward what speaker said. If the present rate ContinuesNurses' County to the County Judge of Sawan- the Circuit Court all .on the 9th \L:1! :
To Meet TuesdayThe Slaw "We are heading of January A. D. 1P63.LAVAUGHN
nee County Florida, at his office in the
1968 Social Securitywill
continues by A. SESSIONS
monthly meeting of the Fruit appears to be socialized medicine I i court house of said County at Live Oak. Clerk Circuit Court
double the people's savings,
Florida within six calendar months
Philadelphia Community Improvement Cookies the former Army Colonel declared. Suwannee County Florida!
TrainingA from the time of the first publicationof
he continued. (SEAL
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at Butter Milk I'm not here to grind this notice. Each claim demand
Club will be held Bread "But or By Geraldine M. Gamble. tY.'"
Owen assured the group thata shall be in writing and in duplicateand
7:30 p.m. Tuesday Jan. 22 at the TUESDAY the axe for the American Medi- bill designed to increase the cooperative training program shall state the place of residence 35-38
new
Community Center.A Macaroni and Cheese cal Association that's their prob- between the Suwannee County and post office address of the claim- I
costs of Social Security would be ant, and shall be sworn to by the
do-
covered dish supper will be Balogna lem. And they appear to be before Congress in the Hospital and the North Florida claimant agent attorney, and any
coming
served prior to the program and Sweet Potatoes ing a pretty good job with it. up Junior College whereby student such claim or demand not so filed shall USE

business meeting.A Green Beans The element that pushed the 1963 He session.urged the underwriters to nurses receive practical, on-the- be void.Ruby Bailey

representative of the Social Apple King-Anderson bill was just try- job instruction was renewed this As administrator of the Estate of
express their feelings against increased H. B. Bailey deceased FUCO
Security Office will be present to Pie ing to get its foot in the door, public benefits to their week. I I 34-37

lead a discussion on Social Security Bread Butter Milk Owen charged. "Once they get I The hospital will continue to;
congressmen. He cited Congressman IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTYJUDGE.
for farmers. WEDNESDAY medicare on the aged they will. permit the use of the institution's SUWANNEE COUNTY Brand
Matthews and
D. R. (Billy)
President Monroe Boatright Hamburger take it all the way down to the facilities by practical nurse students FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN .
Senator Spessard Holland as RE: Estate of
urges all memberi;'to be presentas Sliced Tomatoes cradle" he asserted. good conservative men. for acquiring supervised experience George Lester Groover

this subject is important to all French Fries "What was. meant to be a wea- in nursing care of pa- Deceased.To InsecticideFOR
"You must do something about All Creditors and Persons Having
of Buns Butter Milk against destitution has become and related instruction.The .
us. pon this thing gentlemen or its goingto tients Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
a tool of demi-gods." 10 students chosen are cur- You and each of you are hereby noti-
swallow you up, he concluded. fied and required to present any claims
Owen said that if such a pro- rently receiving their foundation and demands which yon, or either of BEST RESULTS
gram as medicare is enacted, it courses at the college. They will you. may have against the estate of
A. L. WARD George Lester Groover deceased late
"Aubrey" could cause the most tragic collapse begin their hospital experience at of said County to the County Judge of

of the American system in Sidney S. 'Smith the Suwannee County Hospital on

SPREADER SERVICE history. March 4.
The speaker said the people .

must come to a better under- Graveside Rites
'WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS"Fast No.1
standing of Social Security. He
and Courteous Service said citizens are uninformed Graveside services for Mr. Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wood and

about the program. The public S. Smith former Suwannee family of Jasper and Kenneth

Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271 has been propagandized to the County resident were held at the Wood and son of Live Oak were
of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
point that it has come to believe Antioch Baptist Church Cemeteryon Sunday guests

McALPIN, FLORIDA that Social Security is like a private Thursday.- Jan. 10.. with Rev. I. Wood Sr. The occasion was LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
I John Hutcherson pastor offici- Mrs. Wood's 70th birthday. Phone FOrest 2-3111
Near Harrell's Store on Mayo Road insurance program. ating. Mrs. Betty Jo Suggs and fam- Adults 50c Children 26c
,I When the employer and em- Tax Included
Funeral services were conducted ily and Miss Barbara Miller were .
BOX OFFICE OPENS
for Mr. Smith at the Haven visitors in Gainesville Monday.Mr. Monday Through Friday 3:15

Funeral Home in Houston Tex., and Mrs. John Parker and Saturday. 12:45

on Monday Jan. 7. family of Leesburg were guestsof Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night

Mr. Smith suffered a fatal Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Parker and

heart attack in Houston on Jan. daughter Sunday.. TIURSDAY,-FRIDAY, JANUARY 17-18
T 1963 RAMBLER WINS 5. He was born in Newark N. J., Mrs. B. E. Roberts of Marion

on July 9, 1898. S. C., spent Wednesday with Mr.

Mr. Smith is survived by his and Mrs. A. M. Parker. SPENCER TRACY BURT LANCASTER

widow Martha Snead Smith; Mrs. V. M. Moses, accompaniedby

three daughters Mrs. Janice her sister Mrs. Carrie Green RICHARD WIDMARK

"CAR OF THE YEAR"AWARDrom Mooney of New Jersey Mrs. Ann and son Jimmie of Valdosta, Ga., In

Rutherford of Pensacola, and spent several days last week at

Mrs. Mary Whatley Immokalee Ft. Walton Beach visiting their JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBURGAlso

Fla.; two sons Edward Smith and sister Mrs. Nellie Ragan.

Bill Smith of South Florida; and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall and

MotorTrend Magazine nine grandchildren. Mrs. Doris Hurst and sons Mike

: and Ronny. of Largo were recent CARTOON NEWS

'. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) : visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.

Each year the automobile industry eagerly awaits the selection of one car as Brooks. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Copland

'Car of the Year by Motor Trends impartial experts. For 1963 this most-wanted, LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING newly weds of Belvidire N. C..

spent Monday here with his half
hardest-to-get honor goes to Rambler..:tor outstanding design_achievement and sister Mrs. R. G. Fitch. DOUBLE FEATURE

engineeringeadershfp'Read why Rambler won this prized award over all other cars. Small or Large Areas Mrs. Harold Baxley and two JOHN LUPTONIn

.. __-........_ CALL sons left last Tuesday via plane
from Jacksonville for Permasens

''l i ; Germany to join her husband
H. G. TURNERNight
SMAJ Harold L. Baxley who is THE CLOWN AND THE KID
Here are some of the experts' "A good safety device. Self- FO 2-3395 I stationed there. Mrs. Baxley has E

reasons ad1'ustingbrakesnddualmaster"New Day WO 32373or been visiting her parents Mr. and I

if fails writeP. Mrs. Andrew Jamerson since last -Feature No. 2- t
styling is based on t 1 : : cylinders... one system ,

lean,clean lines that are apparent t ; the other brings the car to a O. Box 475 October where before she leaving will make for Germany her- JAMES BROWN JOHN CLARKE

from almost any angle." safe stop." WELLBORN, FLORIDA home for the next two years. I JEAN WILLES [
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"Motor Trend's Cars of the "Trunk is large. Low load- In

Year prove their mettle in ac- ing lip makes it simple to load."

tual testing confirm their engineering "Our Classic with the A Thought For TodayBy GUN STREETAlso

excellence, reliability, rugged, ohv in-line Six gave BRODY a HARRIS

sturdiness and performance." high of 26.7 mpg highway i cruis-

"Quality has always been one of Amering mixed city and freeway gave 23.4." Although the age of our civilization is reck-

"A sportier more performance-oriented oned at some 6000 years the past two generations MONSTER APE NO. 5 CARTOON
lean Motors' largest selling points. ,
'. have witnessed more advancement in certain areas
"In unitized bodies,which American 110vehide, the Ambassador V-8 should satisfy p of science and technology than all the preceding

tors pioneered,this latest design represents the wants of the Rambler buyer whoa 4 generations combined. The breakthroughs in atomis SUNDAY-MONDAY, JANUARY 20-21
research radioactivity antibiotics speed and
advancement. biggest single reafavors performance. 11
real
,,. 7ra space have pressed ahead at a breathtaking pace.
son we chose Rambler Car of the Year." "There isn't any pitch or choppiness noticeable WILLIAM IIOLDEN TREVOR HOWARD

"This new construction method results even on rough roads." Ironically, humanity hasn't quite been able ton CAPUCINEIn

in a unit so strong it'll take punishment "Summing up it looks like the new r keep pace with this brilliant advancement. De-
three of
out of
scientific strides one
longer and naturally hold its resale value." Rambler will be an even better buy than- spite Earth's our citizens great is enslaved hungry or entrapped
"
"The interiors of both the Classic and it has been in previous years. in an abysmal morass of ignorance. THE LIONCARTOON

Ambassador are roomy and comfortable... Why don't you look at the 1963 Rambler?

offer plenty of legroom." Best-selling Rambler ever built! Our main concern is that we serve you to the NEWS

best of our ability. This is why we always follow

the Golden Rule in our service to you, our friends. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3(-23



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