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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 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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II ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 39



i 1 t! RI THINKING Fuqua AppointsPeat Feeder Pig Sale Establishes i.. New State Records Board

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t2 OUT LOUD Crapps To rt.r s; Appoints


With Louie C. Wadsworth
I
Naval Academy
UnitBody
I A reminder. Inspection
pKi/ YC Yd h
,
Most readers will readily recall Congressman Don Fuqua this
I week named Clark Peat Crapps
i the volume of comment this newspaper : .
son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Crappsof i x .
has made in recent years
Live Oak, as his principal To Check
relative to failure to vaccinateand appointment a County Buildings
otherwise control the huge to the United States ,

number of stray dogs that yearly Naval Academy at Annapolis.Md. At IntervalsThe
seem to plague this community. The Suwannee High School Equipment 90-Day
S senior said it has been his ambi-
There are sufficient city ordinances 4 Board of County Commissioners met Tuesday and
the books to control this tion for quite some time to attend 7!'
on
appointed a three-man committee including the chairmanto
menace, the trouble seems to be the academy and become a
the lack of a consistent and well naval officer. inspect county equipment, property and buildings every -
executed plan of enforcement.In "Both dad and I were surprised 90 days and report their findings to the board.

recent weeks we have notedan when the appointment was an- i Commissioners Lamar Hancock and Curtis Humphriesvolunteered
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increasing number of items nounced, he said. to serve wIth Chairman sioner put it, "was personally embarrassing -
telling of rabid animals found in Peat has made an outstanding Laure B. Roberson on the to me."
record, both at Suwannee High
nearby communities and areas, committee. In other business the board
particularly wild animals.In and in the Future Farmers of Am- r w ry i This committee will survey all authorized the clerk to write the

Starke, last week the news- erica in whic hhe has been par- of the county's buildings four state district engineer in Lake

paper warned local residents to ticularly active. --- times to report and take care of City and request that speed and
animals that He was president of his fresh- maintenance problems. The board load limit be
avoid all wild come : < signs erected on the
)
out in the open in daylight hours. man class at the high school. He has been under fire about this Newbern Road as soon as poe-
i Chances are such animals would received from Congressman D. R. < problem for several years. The sible. At least one serious accident
remain hidden unless infested (Billy) Matthews the State Star the Grand Jury last year and involving heavy trucks has occur-

with rabies. In the short space of Farmer Award at the FFA Fores- ry. I Id commission was called before red along that stretch of road, "
try Camp held at O'Leno State ; quizzed about neglecting county
rabid animals two
10 days, three The commission voted unani-
Park. Peat also the buildings which, as one commis-
Pepsi-
and 'coon killed in won 8
foxes a were mously to instruct the county attorney -
Cola Merit Award given to two
that area. to file condemnation proceedings -
The danger as far as dogs are outstanding students in his class. Board Must Approve to acquire title to the
concerned is for a rabid wild animal In his junior year, Peat was land commonly known as Little

to bite a dog, which in turn elected vice president of the student A Ii.j T County's Monthly BillsAll River Springs. The land area knot
would bite other dogs. body at Suwannee High. He creditors of Suwannee to exceed 15 acres.

Health authorities term the was elected president of the student : Auctioneer John Styles, chief of the Florida Marketing Bureau, points to a bidder. Top County must submit their bills The clerk was authorised to issue -
present outbreak of rabid animalsin body at Suwannee High. He Several to the clerk by the first of each a check to the county attorney -
right: specimens from a lot of hogs hazed into the auction ring stand at bay, the
Bradford County the most serious was elected president of the student eyeing spec month to be approved for pay- of $750 as an advance paymenton
in 20 years. body in his senior year. He tators. Lower right: The crowd sitting and standing around the arena, appraise a lot of pigs. The ing at the county commission'sfirst the purchase price.

Another warning being issued is won first place in leadership, sale grossed $25,515 with 1,939 pigs sold. The Feeder Pig Committee received a $602 commission and monthly meeting. Upon recommendation of the

for parents to caution children scholarship, and supervised farm- expended $516.86 In preparing for the event. r The board voted to approve county attorney, the board voted
about playing with any wild animal -' ing in the Suwannee Chapter of only those bills submitted priorto unanimously to Instruct the attorney -
that appears during daylight the FFA an award presented at the first of the month. Bills to collect monies revealedto

hours and seems to be tame.I the annual father and son ban- Truck Driver's Florida Army National Guard received late will be held over be owed to the county by tee

think it well for city law en- quet.During approved and paid after the state auditor's report. These out-
forcement officers to be especiallyalert the past year, he has first board meeting: of the succeeding standing sums involved insur-
to the menace. Stray dogs been president of the Suwannee License RevokedOn To Reorganize February 15 month. (No. 6 Continued on Pace 10))
not inoculated should be pickedup FFA Chapter. At the recent FFA I

as provided by city law. Banquet held in the high school Dale, Baisden Move, To Command Slots
cafeteria, Peat received the high- DWI ChargeA Has Fete GripesBranford
Reorganization of;the Florida Army National Guard
Reorganization of the Florida (No. 2 Continued on Pace 10)) -
will become effective::February 15 :Major General Henry
Army National Guard will be of- -- Suwannee County man, arrested ,
Men's Club Commends
ficial next week on February 15. I in the City of Live Oak for W. McMillan, Florida's Adjutant General, announced
Band
To
Premiere
firmly believe the setup under the'new.troGp.8UDtment.forthis driving while intoxicated, lost his Tuesday. Some units will be reorganized and some will

tate ,aU Uniforms. l.fu.trel drivers license for six months and be redesignated in line with the new.troop list? accepted County Board For Area Projects
is' better than that .under 'which The -Suwannee Sure Along was fined $50 in city court Mon-_ I recently uy Goveutu r-aq105.. rs-, the operations Headquarters- will

the Guard was operating, for it Minstrel, sponsored by the Band day.The ant for this state. be the 260th Engineer Group with The.Branford Area Men's Club Monday hosted the
now places the Florida Army Na- Parents Association has a surprise man was Thomas Jowers Live Oak's unit will remain a i headquarters at Tallahassee, under entire board of Suwannee County Commissioners.Frank .
tional Guard under a single com- or two in store for every- a truck driver. In revoking Jow tank company and will be desig, the command of Colonel R. Norris, being in charge of the in-
program
mand and will permit all troopsin ers' license, Mayor J. Marvin nated as Company A, 1st Bat- Ralph C. Davis; the 163rd Field. troduced the Commissioners and commended them the
the state to attend summer one.The grand finale will feature Phillips told the defendant that talion, 187th Armor. It becomes a Artillery Group with headquarters on
camp during the same period. In the Suwannee High School Band he had no other alternative con- part of the 53rd Separate Infantry at Tampa, under the com- many things they had done for this area, such as, Ivey
the past this state had troops at entering the auditorium in their sidering the grave charge of Brigade with headquarters at mand of Colonel Charles J. Kan- Park, paved streets county health School Committee Report
camp at four different times during flashy West Point style uniforms drunken driving. Tampa. Other components of the iss; the 164th Air Defense Artil- I department and library building, Various committee reports were
the summer. and playing "Suwannee" from Jowers addressed the court. brigade will be two infantry bat- lery Group with headquarters at I public rest rooms, annual donation made and a special report was

From a local standpoint the the aisles. "Mr. Phillips, I'm not going to talions, one in the Orlando area Miami, under the command of to youth center, helping to made by the education committeeon
change does not effect the Live This will be the first show- lie to you. I only had three beers. and the other in the St. Peters- Colonel Thomas K. McClane Jr.; purchase fire truck, and financ- the needs of the Branford

Oak unit to much degree, for the ing of the new $4,000 band uni The old truck I drive has a bent burg area, and an artillery bat- the 337th Signal Group with ing the only paved athletic trackin school.
company will remain a tank unit forms. The proceeds of the show tire rod that couses the front end talion in the Lakeland area. headquarters at Jacksonville un- North Florida high schools. The needs that should be taken
of an armor battalion. will be applied to paying for to wobble," he explainued.The A change in command of the der command of Lt. Colonel Norris stated that he had made care of the earliest possible time

Plans are in the making to sup- these uniforms. arresting officer said he Live Oak unit will be effected George H. Dale (Live Oak); a many trips to the commission are as follows: (1) Classroom
plement the local company with Tickets for the minstrel are didn't notice the front end of the with First Lt. Charles T. Baisden 55th Operational Brigade Head- meetings and had always been space is inadequate and roof is in

parts of the company at Lake on sale at Kennon's Home Pharmacy truck wobbling, but when "he assuming command replacing quarters at Miami, under com- treated with the utmost courtesy, need of repair or replacement;
City where assigned strength at Hunter's Rexall Drug; (Jowers) climbed out of the truck Captain Nicky M. Tsacrios who mand of Colonel Thomas B. Ing- and most always, his requests had (2) Kitchen needs more oven-
Priest's 5 and 10, Gibbs, Dixie and walked toward it looked been granted. space and exhaust fans to dis-
this time is more than that loca- us will move to the 187th battalion les; and a 55th Operational Sup-
tion can produce.Of Grill, DuPre's, Gilmore's, City like his tire rod was bent". staff as S-2 or Intelligence Offic port Command at Jacksonville, Norris also had a few gripes charge fumes. Also, some of the
major concern to senior offic- Hall, Fleet's, Kirby's, Cheek's No Other Alternative under the command of Colonel and alerted the commissioners to tile floor needs replacing and the
ers here is assurance that Suwannee Drug, Live Oak Drug, and Live Phillips repeated that he had no I er.Included in Florida's new troop Vernon F. Sikes. The latter two the fact that this area would be ceiling repaired; (3) Lockers in
County youngsters desiring to Oak Gas. (No. 3 Continued on Page 10)) allotment will be the 55th Opera- units are part of the major head- calling on them at different times seventh and eighth grade temporary -
for help with certain projects for classroom need (4)
tional Headquarters at Jackson- painting;
join the National Guard have an quarters at Jacksonville.In .
this, the southern part of Suwannee Several water coolers need paintNo. -
opportunity to do so. This countyis ville under the command of Brig- addition to the above there
Guard Recruits To Serve With Fathers
County. ( 5 Continued on Page 10))
adier General Robert
one of the oldest militia sustaining A. Ballardof will be geographically assigned
counties in the state and Goulds, with Brigadier General thruout the state, 12 additional

today's Guardmen are sons and Louie C. Wadsworth, of Live Oak, battalions comprising Infantry, Fair Association Donates $1,000 To Stock Project
grandsons of men who served with as Deputy Commander. Colonel Artillery, Armor, Engineer, Signal
state militia and the Guard. William P. Simmons Jr., of Miami, and Transportation; and 15 sepa_
This tradition is something rt.oo i a will command the separate brig- rate company of detachment size

those of us with lengthy service o, ade of which the local companyis units comprising Aviation, Medi-

cherish. Thru the years the local fd i 1 a part. cal, Ordnance, Quartermaster and
company has been consistently Subordinate commands under (No. 4 Continued on Page 10))
a
among the top units of the state.
t
At the present time Company"A" .a J Jd
is riding a record of three 14 Churches To Participate

superior ratings from inspectionsheld

by the U. S. Army. Suwannee Baptist AssociationTo
Under the change, 1st Lt.
Charles T. Baisden will become \ p % c7
< t % t
the company commander and Hold 'School Of Missions'Fourteen ? t
Captain Nicky Tsacrios will move t
to a staff position. Other changesin churches of the Suwannee Missionary Bap- r// ts

local assignments gives Lt. tist Association will engage in a simultaneous "school of > s i

Colonel George H. Dale command missions" beginning with 'the Sunday Morning Worship !sry

of the new Signal Group being Hour on Sunday.The rys3

formed in Jacksonville. Major V '. churches will be divided into two groups of seven
Robert T. Tuttle is assigned toDale's -
churches, with fourteen mission- Marvin Stedham.
group. All three of these
aries coming and seven assignedto I
officers are to be promoted.My r Churches involved are. Group
assignment is that of Deputy each group of churches. This 1: Branford, O'Brien Mt. Olive
Commander of the Operational will allow a different missionaryto Rocky Sink, Tiger Lake, Philadel-
Headquarters at Jacksonville. As speak in each church for each phia, and Orange. Group 2' Live
service, beginning Sunday morn- Oak Westwood An-
such will be second in commandof First Baptist ,
the headquarters charged with ing and continuing through Friday tioch, Jasper First Baptist, Jennings -

supervision in certain areas of all night, Feb. 15. Corinth, and Bright Pond. \ r,9 r;
Army National Guard troops in The missionaries are as follows: A rally will be held by Group 2

Florida with units from Pensacolato Foreign missionaries: Rev. J. J. at the First Baptist Church in
Miami. Cowsert Brazil; Miss Doris Jasper at 10 am., Feb. 12. At this

The National Guard must follow Knight, Nigeria; Mrs. J. B. Durham rally, Group 1 will bring their
the lead of the U. S. Army inconstant Nigeria; and Mrs. John missionaries to Jasper each mis-
changes to meet a Mein, BraziL sionary will speak for 15 minutesso
that Group 2 will be able to
changing world. The organizationwe Home missionaries: Mrs. Wiley
have today can and will fit Jarrell pioneer work, Maryland; hear them. At the noon hour an

better into the defense pasture of Captain Nicky Tsacrios, commander of the Live Oak National Rev. W.* K. Wood, evangelist to old fashioned basket lunch will be
this nation for it is organized in spread. This will be reversed on
Guard mountain areas, Kentucky MissP.
Company ;
administers
the concept of modem the oath of enlistment to recruits Thursday Feb. 14, with the rally Louie C. Wadsworth president of the Suwannee County Fair
day war- E. Gifford Good Will
Kenton F. Baldwin Jr. and George E. McKeithen while their fathers Center O'Brien Bap- Association hands
Baltimore Md.; and Rev. K R. Is- being held at the Lamar Hancock a $1,000 pledge from the association -
fare.Since 1946 when the Guard was look on. This is the first time that a father and son have been bell Indians, South Alabama. tist Church in O'Brien. to be used for promoting livestock production daring the next

reorganized after World War n active in the unit at the same time. From left they are Capt. State missionaries All The Rev. W. H. Anderson, pas- fire years. Hancock was appointed by the Chamber of Commerce
there Tsacrios, Set. (E-6)) Kenton F. Baldwin H. McKdthcn, : from tor of the O'Brien Baptist Churchis
have been many changesand Sr. Capt. T. Florida Rev Bill Carr Rev. to head a committee for raising funds to support the livestock pro-
the Florida National Guard Kenton Baldwin and George McKeithen. The three men graduatedfrom Dan Thomas, Rev. Paul McCul- the director of the school and motion project. Hancock reported Tuesday that In addition to the

has been In the forefront of mastering -: Suwannee High School in the same ttess. Tsacrios' SOB is lers. and Rev. Loran Williams. he has urged the public churchof to attend fair association's pledge, he has approximately $900-1.000 In pledges
these services at the
such changes.No. scheduled to Join this company in December bringing the company's Stewardship speakers: All from their choice as they will be from Individuals. He said it appeared the $5,000 goal for the first
( 1 Continued on Page 10)) father-son relationships to three.
Florida Gus Johnson and Rev. really worth while. year could be reached soon.I .









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I P a PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1963



\ THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865 WASIIII'GTONREPORT Oth&i

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OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In

The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley99 I

i BANNER Consolidated LEADER By Senator Spessard Holland Sag
i Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street On Thursday Jan. 31, the 14th

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher day of the cloture debate, the

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor s? _-- Senate voted to lay on the table Public Defenders NeededAdded

!, Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor the utterly advanced unprecedented by the ultra liberals proposal argument for enactmentof flooded and the judges would be

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager that the Constitution permits a Florida statute providing for I kept extremely busy. It is well
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida 1dV cloture, or a termination of debate a public defender system is gained that these cases have been filed
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.0C !17cLL at the beginning of each from the two recent petitions for in the county where exists the

I RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 Congress by a majority vote so as habeas corpus writs filed by pris- court in which the defendants
o to allow a bare majority of the oners serving time in the Escam- originally appeared. When filed
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance Senate to change any or all of the bia County convict camps after directly in the Supreme Court an
= Senate rules. sentencing in the Court of Record. undue burden is put upon the ju

Q1 Florida Press Association QUQ'SUWANNEEJ Debate was unlimited in the Judge Ralph McLane of Circuit diciary.

o Senate from the beginning of our Court has denied one petition after -I The Florida Judicial Council,
a MEMBER OF 1 COUNTY f LCSP nation until 1917 when the clo- minutes of the court showed headed by Chief Justice B. K.

o 0 SUWANNEE COUNTY CHAMBER, ture provision was adopted on the that the defendant was asked Roberts, now is considering a
I '?ON COMMERCE eve of World War I. Since that twice if he wanted counsel and post-conviction bill which would
Chamber of Commerce < present rule has prevailed allowing Further testimony disclosed that the court of original jurisdictionBut
two-thirds of the Senators the defendant was well versed in to stop hundreds if not
present and voting to terminate court procedure and terms, having thousands of others before they
The People Not Needed debate and force a vote. been before local courts for vari- get started. Florida should adopta

1 The firing of the road superintendent by a three- The above revolutionary idea ous offenses at least four or five public defender law, also under
advanced by those who want to times. council study, or require that
; man majority of the Board of County Commissioners has
members of the bar be
emasculate the cloture rule was As the decision rendered appointedto
was by
raised such a public controversy that we feel it has become in all
appear felony and mis-
rejected last Thursday by a vote Judge McLane, another prisoner
our responsibility..<<: to express. _our opinion on. this issue. of 53 to 42. Insmuch as two Sena filed a similar petition which was demeanor cases involving indigent
we are convinced that the board's action was a grave tors were paired on each side, and set for hearing January 14 by defendants. This would be a bur-
mistake. one absentee declared for the motion Judge Ernest Mason. The same densome duty and the public defender -
Suwannee County's road program cannot profit from It Happened In to table, the over-all divisionof lack of counsel is cited as groundsfor system would be highly

ousting a man with 34 years of experience and replacing the Senate was 56 to 44. I noted release. preferable.
him with a who has virtually inroad with pleasure that three of the These State laws do not require the
young man no experience petitions stem from the
work and little knowledge of this county's road Suwannee County Senators from our two newest Willard Carnley case. The U. S. court to appoint legal counsel now
I states Barlett and Gruening of Supreme Court except in capital cases. That is
structure and problems. reversed Carnley's
Alaska and Inouye of awaii not enough. To take away a man'sliberty
I Since a majority of the board was determined to fire voted with our conservative groupon conviction because he had no by incarcerating him in a
the superintendent, his successor should have been thor- the prevailing side. counsel, which the court held was convict camp county jail, or state

oughly trained before being given the responsibility of this 1923 1938 1953 Recent widely-published and contrary endment to as the applied Fourteenth to state Am- prison is far too important to be

position. Ths is a big job. It requires the knowledge to controversial news stories dealing courts.If treated so indifferently. The U. S.
plan, build and maintain roads all over the county, over- with the question of whether U. Supreme Court has taken cogniz-
see equipment and public property, and effectively command From The Files Of The S. air cover was promised and other convicts who pleaded ance of the right of the individualto
then denied invasion forces at cu- guilty or who were found guilty counsel, and the state should
II approximately 20 skilled employees on the county ... SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ba's Bay of Pigs last year empha- when they had no counsel were to I meet the situation fully and hon-

1 payroll. size, that the Cuban problem demands file petitions the courts would be I orably.
In addition, the daily orders given by the superintendent clarification and solutionas
( amount, to thousands of dollars in tax monies spent ; Years (I Last !l.e.lu.Gone .
I :! forty Ago - 1923 quickly as possible. _. .. ___
each year. If these orders lack wisdom and experience, The Woman's Missionary So- manifested in this improvement The waves of recrimination de_ All right, fellOWS, we might as strong to carry me Little wom
'
much of this money will be squandered. ciety of the Methodist Church in territory tributary to the Su nials and finger-pointing of blame well give up. an's packages for her) silent (in
All three of the commissioners who voted to take this held its first monthly meeting of wannee River, and this interest is which have swelled in the wake of The women have pushed us mixed company what other
action explained that the superintendent's work was be- the year at the parsonage Monday necessary if the government deep these stories accomplish nothing.A back, step by step, from every choice do we have) sex used to be
low par and the county's road program was being neglected afternoon with a large number of ens the river for transportation.Mrs. most helpful action, however, area in which we men once held able to retreat to the barber shop
ladies in attendance. Devotional has been the decision of Senator exclusive sway. the pool hall the saloon, or the
But did
two of them said they not expect any
significant improvement result of firing the exercises were led by Mrs. J. A. C. A. Groover has sold her Stennis to have his Senate Armed The white collar business world bowling alley for ungarded man-
a superintendent
as. Peeler. grocery and hardware store to Services Preparedness Investigating was the first to crumble. Various talk.Used
Mr. D. N. Knowles who has taken Subcommittee undertake a wars put women en the industrial to, that is.
We submit that this is either a case of twisted logic possession and will conduct the full-scale hearing into the prob- production lines and into the Tennis courts, baseball fields
elected officials the have not been told City Marshall J. F. Kinkaid armed forces.
by
our or people business in' the future. lem.The even the squared circle of the
warned all
j, the whole truth behind this action. Tuesday that persons initial purpose of this investigation There are almost as many wrestling arena are no longer safe

Why was the superintendent not retained for at careless"caught driving and reckless automobiles manner in in a The Men's Brotherhood of the is to determine the brands of electric shavers on the for the unwary male.
least ? How current status of the military market for women as there are We long surrendered
30-60 days to train his successor can a man the city limits will be prosecuted. Advent Christian Church met at ago con-
assume the awsome responsibility of the whole county Kinkaid reminded that the the parsonage Friday night and build-up in Cuba and the threat for men. trol over the purse strings. We
which it presents both from the We of the strong (you gotta be can maintain jurisdiction
road and bridge program without so much as a transition speed limit of the city is 15 miles the 15-20 men present had a most over
period to get acquainted with the functions of this posi- per hour on straights and six enjoyable time. military standpoint, and from the out automobile keys only by buy-
tion? miles around corners and inter- The meeting was in charge of standpoint of the exportation of bers of the armed services. ing Friend Wife a car of: her own.
sections. Also dimmers Rev. Edwin C. Hardison the pres- subversive and revolutionary acti- Senator Smathers Congressman One by one, the exacting and
These of the that have not been use your
are some questions and be sure children of ident, and interesting addresseswere vities.I Bennett and I met in my dangerous fields of medicine, nu-
your are
answered to our satisfaction. It appears to us that tossing the before allowing delivered by Rev. Burr A. L.Bixler. have introduced several bills office this week with a Jacksonville clear research and big-game
away in a flash the encyclopedia of knowledge storedin them proper to drive age as prescribed by who spoke on "Our Know- dealing with agriculture. I have delegation and Lieutenant hunting yielded to the persistent
the superintendent's 34 years of experio/ice with the Ordinance he said. ledge Of God". Mr. Thomas Nel- also joined with Senators McClel- General W. K. Wilson. Chief of invasion of the gentler (except
county is at best a reckless maneuver. son gave a message on "BoostingThe lan, Kefauver and Goldwater in Engineers, and members of his when aroused) sex.
We strongly object the manner in which this move ;Church" and Rev. W. A. Jor- co-sponsorship of their respective I staff to discuss the Corps of En- Finally, with no place on earth
was made. The best interests of the taxpayers have not The Suwannee River Improve- dan'spoke of his confidence of the legislative proposals relating to gineers' proposed move of a sub- left to hide or to seek solitude
ment Association held a meetingin successful outcome of the work evaluation of the federal budget, stantial portion of its Jackson- man opened up out-of-the-world
been served. Since the board has not provided for a heal-
Branford on Wednesday of this being done by the men of the establishment of an interstate ville District Office to establish a exploration. The only wide open
thy transition of this responsibility, we fear the taxpayers week. Much interest is being church. crime commission, and the equa- new District Office at Cape Ca- spaces left were in outer space
i are going. to have to foot the bill for its lack of wisdom. lization of pay for retired mem- naveral. (No. 1 Continued on Pare 9))

l But what is done remains done. The people of Su- Ttcenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 i .
'+ wannee County who have been given no choice in this
Blue Mold was discovered for Houston Street north to provide a
decision must now bear the weight of its burden. the first time in Florida this year hard road to Fletcher's Livestock
.
Monday morning on a tobacco bed Market and paving of the streets ,
in Lafayette County near Mayo, adjacent to the tobacco floors. You Are Invited
Accreditation Standards Must Be Met
Dr. W. B. Tisdale plant patholo-
The interest and concern shown by the Parent-Tea- gist of the Extension Service whois Located in the Brooker Build-

chers Association toward pulling Suwannee High Schoolup directiong the control programof ing on Pine Street is a new business -
by its bootstraps and assuring that it will meet the new the State Plant Board, an- that opened last week end. '" to attend a

state accreditation standards is refreshing.It nounced here this week. Oscar and Cleve Green will ope-
rate a fish market in the site between -
is even more refreshing that this active group has
Coach "S m 0 k e y" Harper Brooker's Bar and the Used :
constructed a plan and is currently working toward accomplishing -
brought fast-breaking clever-
a Furniture Store. Seafoods of all CORNWEED
this most urgent goal. The P-TA has dividedits passing University of Florida kinds will be offered with fresh

membership into committees for surveying the high freshman team here Monday fish, shrimp, and oysters as the
school's facilities and determining what needs to be done- night and soundly trimmed the main items.

what must be done if the young men and women in this Suwannee High Bulldogs by a

community are to reap the benefits of updated facilities score of 74-28. Fire destroyed the grocery storeof CONTROL
and quality instruction they are entitled to. The Baby 'Gators presented in Mrs. J. M. Stewart at Dowling
Bud Walton and Vinnie Zdandu- Park Friday night as flames swept
Right now the high school cannot pass these new
I kas two polished basketeers with through the entire structure demolishing -
standards. And if the high school fails to pass the in-
accurate passing and true shooting the building and stock.
.
spection, the result will be a blight on this county's future branding them as the best The cause of the blaze is un-
and a calamity that cannot be measured. basketball players to play on the known. No insurance was carriedon CLINIC
The youth of this community is its most cherishedand local court. either the building or contents.
important product. Without top-flight school facilities -

and curriculum, youth cannot flower.If Plans to secure a citycountyWPA The first paid announcementfor 0'
something is not done about this crisis and quickly paving project to provide political office to be carried by -*> .. -
the progress we have made in education in the past surfaced roads to markets located the Democrat was made this week ';<::PURPOSE. to provide complete and factual information to
in the northwest section of this by John Melvin Hearn, who will .
will fall by the wayside and future generations will
pay city were approved by county seek a seat on the Supreme Courtof :. progressive corn growers on the basic principlesand
for this inexcusable failure.
commissioners at their monthly Florida, subject to the Democratic
economic benefits of chemical weed control
The school board and the superintendent are aware session Monday. primaries to be held in
of this urgent problem. And they are working toward its The proposal includes extending May. in corn.

solution. But they need help all the help they can get. t

We applaud the P-TA's willingness to pitch in and Ten Years Ago - 1953

help elected officials when help is needed rather than u. warren Sanchez of Live Oak Board at the board's Tuesday PROGRAM-technical experts, guest interviews, charts, book-
take a comfortable seat on the sidelines and criticize. announced this week the openingof meeting.The .
This active group of citizens is to be commended. a law office in Tallahassee Feb. lets, and how-to-do-it information on the scienceof

Since education is the spear of all progress, we feel here 2. He for has the maintained past 16 a law office Live Oak Independentsedged how to grow corn without weeds. There will
years. Branford 68-61 in a basket-
that improving it should be a community project. Every

citizen in this county, state and nation has a stake in education Ten students from Turkey will ball the victory Armory.A in.an overtime periodat be a question and answer period.

regardless of whether or not he has children in be touring Suwannee County in.
public schools. The education afforded past generationshas February observing the
workings 19-year-old Macclenny youth MOTION PICTURE-a new corn weed control film, filmed in the Midwest .
provided the standard of living which we enjoy. of the various agencies in the was apprehended near Live Oak

Pushing Suwannee High School over this immediate county's rural area Dr. E. H. in the wee hours of Tuesday "A New Day In Corn" will be shown.

hurdle can be done. It is going to cost some money and John county health officer reported morning by city and county police

considerable effort. Keeping pace with the future, how yesterday. with a 1947 Ford loaded with 175

ever, is going to cost a lot more money and considerablymore Dixie Rowand Nancee Bass, gallons of Moonshine. It was the REFRESHMENTS be served following the meeting.
largest haul enforcement officers
effort.
and Ella Parker were winners in
The burden of this cost and effort is going to fall have made in their current crack-
the Suwannee County 4-H Club down Come and bring your friends and neighbors
squarely on the shoulders of the citizenry of this county. Public Speaking Dairy Foods, and tions in on Suwannee illegal whiskey County. opera- 1-
We earnestly urge the people to recognize the serious- Sew with Cotton awards programat
ness of what Suwannee has at stake and to assume the the judging held In the Con- TOWN: LIVE OAK
ference Room of the Agricultural The first step in converting
responsibilities of the task. PLACE SUWANNEE VALLEY ELECT. CO-OP "
I Office Building at Live Oak last three acres of barren water intoa : BUILDINGDAY
Saturday. thriving fish pond was well TUESDAY ,
The contemporary sage offers this definition of a per demonstrated out on the J. B. : .

fect.bore: A Texan who went to Harvard and spent four Sidney Allen Jr. has been chosen Mills place in the Tiger Lake DATE: FEBRUARY 12 ," -
in the Marines. president of the Suwannee Community last week. And folks ? < f ._-, _
years
U County Farm Bureau for 1953 were treated to a fish fry In the TIME: 8:00 P.M. -.

Reginald Scott Jr.. secretary, announced process.
Dare to do, the world may'yield- and even.if it beats this week.J. -

you anyway. well, dare again. A total of $393.50 was gatheredby
U L. Blackwell Live Oak attorney the Mother's March phase of Your Host: GEIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS.
.
Unfortunately, it's easier to follow the band than. it J. Warren. was Sanchez appointed as to attorneyfor succeed wannee the March County of Dimes W. M.Drive Jernigan in SU- creators chemicals for modern agriculture.

is to face up to the music. the Suwannee County School treasurer reported yesterday.



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i I THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865 WASHINGTON
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OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In REPORTBy
The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley99 -

! BANNER Consolidated LEADER Senator Spessard HollandOn
; Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 1. sew
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street Thursday, Jan. 31, the 14th

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher day of the cloture debate, the

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor Senate voted to lay on the table Public Defenders Needed

J I Clara S. Wadsworth ........................,...... Associate Editor : : -a-- posal the utterly advanced unprecedented by the ultra liber-pro- Added argument for enactmentof flooded and the judges would be

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager als that the Constitution permits a Florida statute providing fora kept extremely busy. It is well
' Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida cloture, or a termination of debate -. public defender system is gained that these cases have been filed
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 at the beginning of each I from the two recent petitions for in the county where exists the
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 Congress by a majority vote so as habeas corpus writs filed by pris- court in which the defendants
to allow a bare majority of the oners serving time in the Escam- originally appeared. When filed
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance i Senate to change any or all of the bia County convict camps after directly in the Supreme Court an
Senate rules. sentencing in the Court of Record. undue burden is put upon the ju

a Florida Press Association olio & Debate was unlimited in the Judge Ralph McLane of Circuit diciary.
44, /SUWANNEE Senate from the beginning of our Court has denied one petition after The Florida Judicial Council,
:MEMBER OF { COUNTY = tIt minutes headed by Chief Justice B. K
r nation until 1917 when the clo- of the court showed
o, a SUWANNEE COUNTY \CHAM6ER y ture provision was adopted on the that the defendant was asked Roberts, now is considering a
,ION COMMERCE eve of World War L Since that twice if he wanted counsel and post-conviction bill which would
Chamber of Commerce ttn time, with minor changes, the both times replied that he did not. I require all such petitions to go to
present rule has prevailed allowing Further testimony disclosed that the court of original jurisdictionBut
two-thirds of the Senators I the defendant was well versed in to stop hundreds, if not
present and voting to terminate I. court procedure and terms, having thousands, of others before they
The People Not NeededThe debate and force a vote. been before local courts for vari- get started Florida should adopta

firing of the road superintendent by a three- The above revolutionary idea ous offenses at least four or five public defender law, also under
advanced by those who want to times. council study or require that
man majority of the Board of County Commissioners has
i members of the bar
be
emasculate the cloture rule was As the decision appointedto
was rendered by
raised such a public controversy that feel it has become
we
in all
rejected last Thursday by a vote Judge McLane, another prisoner appear felony and misdemeanor
our responsibility to express our opinion on this issue. of 53 to 42. Insmuch as two Sena, filed a similar petition which was cases involving indigent
We are convinced that the board's action was a grave f tors were paired on each side, and set for hearing January 14 by defendants. This would be a bur-
mistake. one absentee declared for the motion Judge Ernest Mason. The same densome duty and the public defender -
Suwannee County's road program cannot profit from Happened In to table, the over-all divisionof lack of counsel is cited as groundsfor system would be highly
ousting a man with 34 years of experience and replacing the Senate was 56 to 44. I noted release. preferable.
him' with a young man who has virtually no experience in with pleasure that three of the These petitions stem from the State laws do not require the
road work and little knowledge of this county's road y Suwannee County Senators from our two newest Willard Carnley case. The U. S. court to appoint legal counsel now
except in capital cases. That is
states Barlett and Gruening of
structure and problems. Supreme Court reversed Camley'sconviction
Alaska, and Inouye of awaii not enough. To take away a man'sliberty
Since a majority of the board was determined to fire voted with our conservative groupon because he had no by incarcerating him in a
the superintendent, his successor should have been thor i the prevailing side. counsel, which the court held was convict camp, county jail, or state
to the
oughly trained before being given the responsibility of this 1923 1938 1953 Recent widely-published and contrary endment as applied Fourteenth to state Am- prison is far too important to be

position. Ths is a big job. It requires the knowledge to \ controversial news stories dealing courts.If treated so indifferently. The U. S.
plan, build and maintain roads all over the county, over- with the question of whether U. Supreme Court has taken cogniz-
see equipment and public property, and effectively command ;, From The Files Of The S. air cover was promised and other convicts who pleaded ance of the right of the individual
r then denied invasion forces at cu- guilty or who were found guilty to counsel, and the state should
approximately 20 skilled employees on the county ...rSUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ba's Bay of Pigs last year emphasize when they had no counsel were to I meet the situation fully and hon

payroll.In. that the Cuban problem demands file petitions the courts would be l orably.
addition the orders the superin-
daily given by clarification and solutionas
tendent amount to thousands of dollars in tax monies spent Forty Years Ago - 1923 quickly as possible. Last Refuge Gone

a each year. If these orders lack wisdom and experience, The- Woman's Missionary- So- manifested in this improvementin The waves of recrimination, de. All right, fellows, we might as strong to carry the Little Wom-
much of this money will be squandered. ciety of the Methodist Church territory tributary to the Su nials and finger-pointing of blame well give up. an's packages for her) silent (in
i All three of the commissioners who voted to take this held its first monthly meeting of wannee River, and this interest is which have swelled in the wake of The women have pushed us mixed company, what other
action explained that the superintendent's work was be- the year at the parsonage Monday necessary if the government deep_ these stories accomplish nothing.A back, step by step, from every choice do we have) sex used to be
!' low par and the ,county's road program was being neg- afternoon with a large number of ens the river for transportation.Mrs. most helpful action, however, area in which we men once held able to retreat to the barber shop.
lected. But two of them said they did not expect any ladies in attendance. Devotional has been the decision of Senator exclusive sway. the pool hall, the saloon, or the
fi significant improvement result of firing the exercises were led by Mrs. J. A. C. A. Groover has sold her Stennis to have his Senate Armed The white collar business world bowling alley for ungarded man-
a superintendent
as Peeler. Services Preparedness Investigating was the first to crumble. Various
grocery and hardware store to talk.Used
..
Mr. D. N. Knowles who has taken Subcommittee undertake a wars put women en the industrial to, that is.
'a We submit that this is either a case of twisted logic possession and will conduct the full-scale hearing into the prob- production lines and into the Tennis courts, baseball fields
by elected officials the have not been told City Marshall J. F. Kinkaid armed
forces.
our or people business in the future. even the squared circle of the
l; the whole truth behind this action. Tuesday"caught driving warned automobiles that all persons in a lem.The initial purpose of this investigation There are almost as many wrestling arena are no longer safe

Why was the superintendent not retained for at careless and reckless manner in The Men's Brotherhood of the is to determine the brands of electric shavers on the for the unwary male.
least 30-60 days to train his successor? How can a man the city limits will be prosecuted. Advent Christian Church met at current status of the military market for women as there are We long ago surrendered con-
assume the awsome responsibility of the whole county Kinkaid reminded that the the parsonage Friday night and build-up in Cuba and the threat for men. trol over the purse strings. We
t transition the 15.20 men present had a most which it presents, both from the We of the strong (you gotta be can maintain jurisdiction over
road and bridge program without so much as a speed limit of the city is 15 miles I
period to get acquainted with the functions of this position per hour on straights and six enjoyable time. military standpoint and from the out automobile keys only by buying
I
standpoint of the exportation of bers of the Friend Wife
? miles around corners and inter- The meeting was in charge of armed services. a car of her own.
sections. Also use dimmers Rev. Edwin C. Hardison, the pres- subversive and revolutionary acti Senator Smathers, Congressman One by one the exacting and
These of the that have not been your
are some questions and be sure children of ident, and interesting addresseswere vities.I Bennett and I met in my dangerous fields of medicine, nuclear
your are
answered to our satisfaction. It appears to us that tos- the before allowing delivered by Rev. Burr A. L. have introduced several bills office this week with a Jackson- research and big-game

sing away in a flash the encyclopedia of knowledge storedin f.:-iem proper to drive age as prescribed by Bixler, who spoke on "Our Know- dealing with agriculture. I have ville delegation and Lieutenant hunting yielded to the persistent
the superintendent's 34 years of experience with the Ordinance, he said. ledge Of God". Mr. Thomas Nelson also joined with Senators McClel- General W. K. Wilson, Chief of invasion of the gentler (except
county is at, best a reckless maneuver. gave a message on "BoostingThe lan, Kefauver, and Goldwater in Engineers, and members of his when aroused) sex.
We strongly object the manner in which this move Church" and Rev. W. A. Jor- co-sponsorship of their respective staff to discuss the Corps of En- Finally with no place on earth
was made. The best interests of the taxpayers have not The Suwannee River Improve- dan'spoke of his confidence of the legislative proposals relating to gineers' proposed move of a sub- left to hide or to seek solitude
ment Association held a meeting successful outcome of the work evaluation of the federal budget, stantial portion of its Jackson- man opened up out-of-the-world
been served. Since the board has not provided for a heal- .
in Branford on Wednesday of this being done by the men of the establishment of an interstate ville District Office to establish a exploration. The only wide open
thy transition of this responsibility, we fear the taxpayersare week. Much interest is being church. crime commission, and the equa- new District Office at Cape Ca- I. spaces left were in outer space.
going. to have to foot the bill for its lack of wisdom. lization of pay for retired mem- naveral. (No.1 Continued on Pare 9))
l But what is done remains done. The people of Su I Ttcenty-Five Years Ago 1938
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wannee County who have been given no choice in this -
Blue Mold was discovered for Houston Street north to provide a
decision must now bear the weight of its burden. the first time in Florida this year hard road to Fletcher's Livestock
.
Monday morning on a tobacco bed Market, and paving of the streets
In Lafayette County near Mayo, adjacent to the tobacco floors. You Are Invited
Accreditation Standards Must Be Met
Dr. W. B. Tisdale, plant patholo-
The interest and concern shown by the Parent-Teachers gist of the Extension Service who Located in the Brooker Build-
Association toward pulling Suwannee High Schoolup Is directiong the control programof ing on Pine Street is a new busi-r
by its bootstraps and assuring that it will meet the new the State Plant Board, announced ness that opened last week end. to attend a
state accreditation standards is refreshing.It here this week. Oscar and Cleve Green will ope-
rate a fish market in the site between -
is even more refreshing that this active group has
Coach "s m 0 k e y" Harper Brooker's Bar and the Used
constructed a plan and is currently working toward accomplishing -
brought
a fast-breaking, clever- Furniture Store. Seafoods of all CORNWEED
this most urgent goal. The P-TA has dividedits passing University of Florida kinds will be offered with fresh

membership into committees for surveying the high freshman team here Monday fish, shrimp, and oysters as the
school's facilities and determining what needs to be done- night and soundly trimmed the main items.

what must be done if the young men and women in this Suwannee High Bulldogs by a

community are to reap the benefits of updated facilities score of 74-28. Fire destroyed the grocery store CONTROLCLINIC
and quality instruction they are entitled to. The Baby 'Gators presented in of Mrs. J. M. Stewart at Dowling
Bud Walton and Vinnie Zdandu- Park night flames swept
Friday as
Right now the high school cannot pass these new
kas two polished basketeers with through the entire structure demolishing -
standards. And if the high school fails to pass the inspection -
accurate passing and true shoot- the building and stock.
the result will be a blight on this county's future -
ing, branding them as the best The cause of the blaze is un
and a calamity that cannot be measured.The basketball players to play on the known. No insurance was carriedon
youth of this community is its most cherishedand local court. either the building or contents.
important product. Without top-flight school fa-

cilities and curriculum, youth cannot flower.If Plans to secure a citycountyWPA The first paid announcementfor

something is not done about this crisis and quickly paving project to provide political office to be carried by :
the progress we have made in education in the past surfaced roads to markets located the Democrat was made this week x .' PURPOSE-to provide complete and factual information to
in the northwest section of this by John Melvin Hearn, who will .
will fall the and future will *
by wayside generations
pay city were approved by progressive corn growers on the basic principles
county seek a seat on the Supreme Courtof .
for this inexcusable failure. I
commissioners at their monthly Florida, subject to the Democratic
and economic benefits of chemical
: weed
The school board and the superintendent are aware session Monday. primaries to be held in : -_ controlin
of this urgent problem. And they are working toward its The proposal includes extending. May. corn.
solution. But they need help all the help they can get.
We applaud the P-TA's willingness to pitch in and I Ten Years Ago - 7953

help elected officials when help is needed rather than G. Warren Sanchez of Live Oak I Board at the board's Tuesday PROGRAM-technical experts, guest interviews, charts, book-
take a comfortable seat on the sidelines and criticize. announced this week the openingof I meeting.
This active group of citizens is to be commended.Since a law office in Tallahassee, Feb. lets, and how-to-do-it information on the science

education is the spear of all progress, we feel here 2. He for has the maintained past 16 a law office The Live Oak Independentsedged of how to grow corn without weeds. There will ,.4$
years. Branford 68-61 in basketball
a -
that improving it should be a community project. Every

citizen in this county, state and nation has a stake in education Ten students from Turkey will the victory Armory.A in.an overtime periodat be a question and answer period.

regardless of whether or not he has children in be touring Suwannee County in
public schools. The education afforded past generationshas February observing the
workingsof 19-year-old Macclenny youth MOTION PICTURE-a new corn weed control film, filmed in the Midwest -
provided the standard of living which we enjoy. the various agencies in the was apprehended near Live Oak
Pushing Suwannee High School over this immediate county's rural area, Dr. E. H. in the wee hours of Tuesday "A New Day In Corn" will be shown.
hurdle can be done. It is going to cost some money and John, county health officer, reported morning by city and county police

considerable effort. Keeping pace with the future, how- yesterday. with a 1947 Ford loaded with 175

ever, is going to cost a lot more money and considerablymore Dixie Rowand, Nancee Bass gallons of Moonshine. It was the REFRESHMENTS_will be served following the meeting.
largest haul enforcement officers
effort.
and Ella Parker were winners in
The burden of this cost and effort is going to fall the Suwannee County 4-H Club have down made in their current crack- Come and bring your friend and neighbor

squarely on the shoulders of the citizenry of this county. Public Speaking, Dairy Foods, and tions in on Suwannee illegal whiskey County. opera-
We earnestly urge the people to recognize the seriousness Sew with Cotton awards programat .
of what Suwannee has at stake and to assume the the judging held in the Con- TOWN: LIVE OAK
ference Room of the Agricultural The first step In converting
'
of the task.
responsibilities PLACE SUWANNEE VALLEY
Office Building at Live Oak last three acres of barren water intoa : ELECT. CO-OB BUILDING
Saturday. thriving fish pond was well
DAY TUESDAY
The contemporary sage offers this definition of a perfect demonstrated out en the J. B. : j>
.bore: A Texan who went to Harvard and spent four Sidney Allen Jr. has been chosen Mills place In the Tiger Lake DATE: FEBRUARY 12
in the Marines. president of the Suwannee Community last week. And folks ,
years r County Farm Bureau for 1953, were treated to a fish fry In the TIME: 8:00 P.M. --

Reginald Scott Jr., secretary, an- process.
Dare to do, the world may/yield- and.even jf it beats nounced this week.J. ',- -" .:. .

you anyway well, dare again. A total of $393.50 was gatheredby
r L. Blackwell, Live Oak attorney the Mother's March phase of Your Host: GEIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS

Unfortunately, it's easier to follow the band.,than it G. Warren, was Sanchez appointed as to attorney succeed wannee the March County.of Dimes W. M.Drive In Su *! creators chemicals for'modern agriculture..

Is to lace to the music. for Jernlgan I --- .
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Linen Shower Given Miss Connie Leigh Hogan I II BeiJah Club Hears
I @fjvtth ,,, __ I Here And ThereAirman
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I For Mrs. King l >

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Saturday afternoon Mrs. JohnC. i Beulah Improvement Club Robert Hamilton of
( .
: King n of Jacksonville the met Thursday, Jan. 31, for a covered Cecil Field in Jacksonville spent

\ \'VOMEN former Miss Jane Rogers was the ,... dish supper and heard an explanation the week end with his parents.
j, inspiration for a linen shower at :;:::: ,. 4 .", .. of an address the proposed I Rev. and Mrs. J. W Baillie.
the home of Mrs. Mahone Rees .<}::: .'.' :<: livestock promotion pro- Mrs. J. W. Baillie and Mrs. Ar-

on Weller Avenue at four o'clockin >> gram from Willie E. Maughan thur Anderson spent Monday

: CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society EditorI the afternoon.On assistant county agent. morning: in Valdosta Ga.
at a small table at the entrance The speaker was introduced by Mr. and Mrs. Bo Gaskin and

I and reflected in the mirror Assocate County Agent Howard family and Mr. and Mrs. Buford

Recent Bride Feted With Bridal Shower I above the table was a floral design Smith.In Ratliff and family attended the!
of flowering quince and ca- other business the club voted
I Merita Bread Co. meeting in
Mrs. James Earl Ross was honored with green ivy and white porn '
mellias. to insure community building for
Jacksonville last week end.
5:
with bridal shower Tues- Silver tray with small white S
1 a pons. *
The held an arrangementof t 1963 and selected topics
organ p Nr program Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Burnhamof '
with
day evening. Jan. 29, in the Social heart shaped cakes embossed
white gladiolus and white for the new year. Vero Beach spent the week end
Hall at the Westwood Baptist red icing was also to the left of
mums in a brass container. On President R. L. Allbritton called
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. Barnham. -
Church Mrs. C. O. Palmer the table. A silver coffee service :
by the piano to further carryout the the meeting to order and Mrs. R. .
Mrs. Harold Land Mrs. Tommy and compotes of salted nuts were
pink and white motif was an arrangement L. Allbritton gave the devotional.
Warren Mrs. Ed Blocker and to the right of the table. Mrs.
of quince and Pink 0 'VrS M. J. Allbritton led the group in
Mrs. Glenn Milton. Arthur Chauncey served punch .55
Perfection camellias in brass
a prayer.
and Mrs. Jessie Land served cof x. Beachville
j, The bride's table was seen as container.On .. : Twenty-six members of the organization -
you entered the Social Hall. It fee.On the coffee table was a pleated vZ xyfi R. were present.
the piano was a large red
was covered with a red linen umbrella of pink to carry out .a. (Held Over From Last Week)
.. cloth. In the center of the table satin heart edged with white lace. the shower decor. On the cigarette Browns Entertain The attendance was small at
In the center of the heart was
was a beautiful silver seventeen table in front of the bay window 55b.55vS Sunday School Sunday due to the
lace in the shape of a heart cen- S.
branch candelabra holding long of were green grapes in a crystal With DinnerMr. very rainy weather, hope it can
slender white tapers. In the cen tered with an arrangement compote.In ,<=: and Mrs. Robert B. Brown be better next time.
minia-
I' ter of the candelabra was an arrangement white and red roses with the dining room the serving entertained at their home on Mrs. J. J. Bronson and son

t of white bells lily of ture orchards base and lily this of the val table was balanced with silver '::.:".::...;,:' ., Route Four Saturday with a John Timmerman of Ctennont
ley. At the of was an "" '>>> "
the valley red roses white net candelabrum A. ':>: :':''r >" visited relatives here last week
I arrangement of ivy and two white holding pink tapers. > .':, 5-:"'''''.* ,.'., chicken dinner in honor of Mr.
red satin clappers topped with The chest was centered with a "'" and Mrs. Wm. Hoyes of Belle end. Mrs. Bronson's parents Mr.

red and white hearts with chenille doves.The ceiling held a large red ball massive arrangement of camellias I i Vernon Pa.. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. and Mrs. T. F. Beach went home
stems. Green ivy and white pompons in a silver bowl. Morris and son. Bill of Jacksonville with her for a visit.
with white bells at the base. Red "
j were at the base of the canTo streamers branched to the corn- The table was overlaid with an ,; ." .": : and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell and
delabra. organdy cloth over pink and (.' j\. Ferencz of St. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell visited -
I the bride's table ers of the room.A cen- ... ........."..",..",.,. ,' Augustine.
the right of .
tered with a rock crystal and silver :. .. Mrs. Otto Townsend in the
was the bride's chair and double suspended of the white entrance gift box and was was to the used left to epergne with pink and white .' :.:.:-:' :':;:::5:: I Kevin Charles KingMr. Alachua General Hospital lost
over her head were carnations and pink tapers. A week. We are glad to know that
.
hold the gifts. :;::i:) :: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of
white wedding rings with red and : ,
crystal punch bowl of pink punchwas Mrs. Townsend is doing well after -
Around friends and
thirty-five Jacksonville the birthof
1 white streamers. placed at one end and silver Mr. and Sirs. W. M. (Mont) Hogan of Vero Beach, announce announce serious surgery.
of the bride's table relatives of the bride were present. a son Friday Feb. 1, hi Baptist
To the left
trays of ham biscuit turkey salad Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach visited -
1 the engagement of their daughter Connie Leigh to William Harry
Memorial .
in Jacksonville.He
was the punch table which was Hospital
of their children in Gainesville
I sandwiches crystal compotes
Knotts, son of Mr. and 11rs.Villiam Noble Knotts of Charlton has been named Kevin
overlaid with a white linen cloth. mints nuts silver trays of petit a few days last week.:
In the center of the table was a Cancer Society Heights W. Va. Charles King.
I fours and danish pastries were Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Spooner had
white heart shaped cake trimmed placed on the table. Miss Mary The bride-elect is a 1961 graduate of Suwannee High School Mrs. King is the former Miss their son of Jacksonville as a

with red roses and green leaves. Chapter Meets Mahone Rees presided over the and is now a sophomore student at Indian River Junior College in Beth Greek daughter of Mrs. M.- guest last week end.

The cake was bort.red with white punch bowl. Fort Pierce. W. Greek of McAlpin.. Rev. Marvin Odom filled hia -

satin ribbon and white crepe The Service Committee of the I The gifts were presented to the Mr. Knotts is a graduate of Gauley Bridge High School, Gauley William appointment at the Mikesvilie
paper. Behind the cake was at American Cancer Society met in honoree in a basket with pink and Harvey an English Church Sunday.
I Bridge, W. Va., and attended West Virginia Institute of Technologyand physician first described the cir-
styrofoam heart edged with Mrs.i white flowers the basket .
the home of the chairman outlining
t Indian River Junior College. He is presently.. employed at culation of the blood through the
white satin ribbon red roses and '
Morgan Miller on Demorest St., and large satin bows completingthe
white net. The heart was centered Monday, Jan. 21. decoration. Food Fair Supermarket in Fort Pierce. body in 1628. (School Supplies at McCrimon's)

j with a bride and groom. Green ivy Mrs. Irene Hicks of Gainesville Present with Mrs. King and I
was at the base of the arrange- field representative showed a i Mrs. Rees were Mrs. Winston I,
Clenda. Brannan Feted With Birthdav Party SEE ME: IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
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the table. The base was encircled were represented at this. honoree Mrs. Danny B. McCrim- a birthday party ,honoringher Vicky, and Paula Vaught Martha

meeting along with Miss Bernice on. Mrs. Winston Radford Mrs. daughter Glenda, on her Jay Herring June HarreU Gwen PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
Shuler home demonstration agent -' Charles F. Greene Jr., Miss Nancy seventh birthday Thursday Jan. and Glenn Fortner Kathy Michael PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe

PINE TIMBER and Mrs. G. B. McLean pub- McKeithen Miss Martha Jean Allen 31, at her home. and Becky Nobles Pattie
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Members were informed that Rowland, Mrs. Mattox Ward Mrs. Miss Linda Cason were in chargeof Chris Davis Mike Chauncey Jeffrey -
KINDS material to make bandages couldbe Edward Mullins Miss Rosiland the games during the after- Cameron Joe Baisden

LOGS POLES gotten at the home demonstration Parsons Miss Charlotte Wads- noon. Wayne Lawrence and Gerald Langford Builders SupplyEast
office and anyone interestedin worth Miss Penny Wettstein Mrs. Mrs. Brannan served birthday Corbin James ParneU Alvin
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No Fees Required Tax Collector Sets Tree Planting Day Set Keystone Tourney Looms Fines

Branford Branford Tag Sale For Santa Fe CemeterySanta Mayor
School Sets
RegistrationFor Sirs. Sato Rawls, Suwannee Bulldogs Stop Monticello 56-46
YouthMayor
County Tax Collector, announced Fe Memorial Cemeterywill County
Tuesday that she will hold a tree and shrub plant-

'Operation Alphabet Program be in Branford at Buck Maynard's ing day Saturday Feb. 9. The Sharpen Up For Keystone Tourney J. Marvin Phillips in

is located near Branfordand City Court this week fined a Su
Store on Fc/b./ 20 to sell cemetery
It is fact that and in
a shocking 4,357 men women The on-again off-again Suwannee wannee for
auto tags. anyone having any evergreen Bulldog cage team County youth $15
the Branford area cannot read a newspaper or fill out a Airs. Rawls said she will be plants or shrubs that they would was up Tuesday night and knocked off a fired up :Mon reckless driving in the city limits.

simple employment application.Their there from 1:30-5 pan. She like to donate will be planted or ticello five 56-46. The youth was Hal David Hing.

eyesight is good and they are mentally capable, warned that the deadline fallson anyone so desiring may plant The Bulldogs failed to rout the upset-minded Monti- son. The mayor asked if he had

yet they cannot read or write as well as your sixth-mrade their own.Everyone. been before the court before and
Feb. 20, and all tags must be cello squad, but stayed; a comfortable, distance ahead of
youngster. ount to each person who- completes purchased on or before that having loved ones' their opponents after an even desire to become a champion. the youth replied that he had

They are our area's functional the course. date buried there are urged to respond.I' first period. SCORING RECORD been up for speeding but "you
illiterates. let me off.
The first period was a nip-and- Suwannee
Until recently, America's 11 The arresting officer testified
tuck affair that yielded neither Croft Z
million illiterates have been able Mrs. Lenora that Hingson had been roaring up
Branford Scouts Sets Parents' Day team an advantage. At the begin- Martin 1
to find Jobs without great diffi- and down Ohio Ave.. hitting his
ning of the second half, the score Flood 11
Unskilled labor in de- passing gear and "flying for short
culty. was Funeral ServicesHill
was tied 11-11. But the Bulldogs Williams 17
For Scout WeekBy distances and spinning around in
mand. That situation is changing Prepare Projects broke open the deadlock outscor- Strickland 6
have the middle of the street". The officer
rapidly, and the changes for Mrs. Lenora -
Funeral services ing Monticello by 6 points before Law 6
implications for the J. J. Slocum Jr. Scoutmaster said that Hingson's driving
frightening
Hill 84, were held Thursday. Jan. the half ended. Dees 8
undereducated men and women in 31, at the First Baptist Church of Parents of the Boy Scouts are invited to visit the The third quarter was anothereven Kirby 3 had been called to his attentionby

our society. Branford with the Rev. Allen Scouthouse for Open House, Thursday, Feb. 7. For weeks match which ended with Fry 2 a complaint from someone

Today's employer frequently Price pastor, officiating. Inter- the Scouts have worked hard preparing projects to show Live Oak leading by '5 points who had been disturbed.
Hingson
demands a high school diplomaas ment in the family plot in : explained to Mayor
was I during Boy Scout Week (February 7-13,1963)) ; scouting's 37-32. 56
I Phillips that something
a basic requirement for em- five miles westof was
Maypop Cemetery There lot of fine projects. During the final stanza, the Monticello
birthday.
ployment. He takes a dim view of here in Lafayette County. fifty-third are a Borland 18 wrong with his 1961 Chevrolet.
People all over the United States Christy Howell defeated enough Bulldogs grounded out an agoniz- causing it to and drive the
hiring a man or woman who may Mrs. Hill pased away Tuesday Varder 4 surge
be a hazard to himself and oth- Jan. 29, after an extended illness. and its territories will be celebrating foes to win the Interpatrol Ath- ing 10 point advantage over the Gray 9 way it did.

ers because he cannot read safety She was a native and lifelong this occasion.The letic Conference Soccer Cham- home team as the final buzzer Odom 2 "If my car had been runninglike

directions cannot read job resident of Lafayette County anda Boy Scouts of America is pionship. Believe me, this was a sounded. Scrann 10 yours. I wouldn't have been

instruction sheets or information member of the Branford First one of two organizations chartered close race. Everyone played hard John Flood played an outstand- Mathis 3 parading it up and down the

about company rules and bene- Baptist Church. by the Congress of the United worked as a team, and showed ing offensive game contributing street" the mayor retorted.

fits. Such job applicants are Survivors include one daughter, States of America; the other is excellent sportsmanship.The 11 points to his team's total. 46 "If you come up here again it's

quickly weeded out, and the situ- Mrs. Shelby Moore Branford: the American Red Cross. If your standings: John, who started the season as going to be a lot harder," Phillips
member of this organiza- Team Won Lost Tied a tiger on defense, has now become Charles A. Lindbergh refused to declared.
ation of these rejected individualsis and two sons, Lucian Stanley. son is a "This money is not what
often tragic. Branford and Stephenson Stanley, tion, help and encourage him to Fox Patrol 3 I 1 one of the team's leading take his mascot, a pet kitten we want We want this business

Thanks to Station WUFi', Quincy; one sister, Mrs. Henna continue his scouting because it Flying Eagle Patrol 2 1 2 scorers. named "Patsy", on his pioneering stopped.

Channel 5, in Gainesville the city Walker, Branford: eight grand- will help him as well as his com- Rattlesnake Patrol 2 2 1 Ronald Williams turned in a transatlantic flight in 1927 because "And if it doesn't stop, we'regoing
great-grand- munity. Panther Patrol 1 4 0 stellar performance in both the he felt it would be "too to lot of
public school system, and cooper- children and eleven ground a you boys
ating civic agencies, a new ave- children. Daniels Funeral Home, The Boy Scouts train and help offensive and defensive depart- dangerous a journey to risk the and let you walk for a while," he
in charge of ar- boys to become fine citiz- ment. Ronald scored 17 points to cat's life". concluded.
nue of hope will soon be open to Branford was young
Branford lead the squad in pointmakingfor
citizen community will be
these undereducated men and rangements. ens, a a
women. On Feb. 18, 1963 a unique Pallbearers were Elzy Smith, proud of. If your son is not a several straight weeks.

new television series "Operation Ruppard Smith Howard Smith member of the Boy Scouts, en- '- School Coach Larry Ross expressed For Your Pleasure Dine At The New
concern about Ronald Strickland's -
Alphabet", will enable them to Marvin Langston, Herbert Langs- courage him to join.

. learn how to read and write in ston, Walter Buchannon nad Jes- Our slogan for this year's Boy apparent slump. Apparently Itchtucknee River RestaurantSpecializing
Ronald has been unable to hit
the privacy of their own homes. sie Liston. Scout Week is "Strengthen Am- MenuFebruary

The key to the success of this erica, Be Prepared Do Your the basket with the consistencywith In
Part!" Scout is Friday 11 through February 15 which he started the season.
all-out attack on illiteracy lies in Boy Day
Vernie D. Dees Ross hopes to get him in ship- Shrimp Oyster Stew
all MONDAY
enlisting the help of all Branfordarea Feb. 8. On Boy Scout Day, Clams
shape for the Keystone Confer- Fried Oysters
citizens. Illiterates cannot Boy Scouts of Branford will wear Chili Con Carne
ence Tournament scheduled foi Fresh Crab Meat Fried Catfish
read the daily newspapers and Funeral ServicesFuneral their uniforms to school.If Saltines
other printed materials telling the weather permits, the Boy Cheese ToastGrapefruit the Agricultural Coliseum on Feb. Stone Crab Claws Catfish Chowder

about "Operation Alphabet". If services for Vernie D. Scouts of Branford will celebrate Section 14, 15, and 16. Fresh Bay Scallop Charcoal Broiled Steaks
Scout Week by going camping Bread Butter Milk Ross said that if Strickland can Oysters On Half Shell
Boy
you have a friend or neighborwho Dees, 56, were held Saturday at
needs help in reading and the Hatch Bend Baptist Church Friday, Saturday, and Sunday TUESDAY regain his former accuracy from -ALL ORDERS A LA CARTE
Feb. 8, 9, and 10. They will leave Fried Chicken the floor, that would give the TWO
writing tell him about "Opera- with Rev. Roscoe Hurst, pastor team three, possibly four players PRIVATE DINING ROOMS OUTSIDE
tion Alphabet", and encouragehim Parker Sr. of Branford about 4:30 Friday after- Mashed Potatoes
and Rev. A. M. DINING TABLERESERVATIONS
capable of scoring in double
to watch the program regularly Mayo officiating. Interment was noon for Itchtucknee Springs, Buttered English Peas
stay all day Saturday, and return Strawberry Short Cake figures. SOLICITED

You will be doing your friend, in the. Dees adjoining died cemetery.Mr. early Thursday early Sunday morning in time Dinner Rolls Butter Milk The Bulldogs have demonstrated We haul our Seafood from the Coast to insure.
School. Trailblazing WEDNESDAYRoast that on a given night they are freshness and
for highest
and your community, a real ser morning Jan. 31, in a Gainesville Sunday quality.
capable of beating the best bask-
hospital after an illness of four hiking, tent pitching cooking Pork BOXES TO TAKE OUT
vice.Registration etball team this area has to offer.
wildlife observation first aid, Green Beans
will be held on years. Born in Lafayette County map And the team improves with each "On The Scenic Itchtucknee River"THREE
Feb. 11, in the Branford School he was the son of the late Mr. and reading and many other impor- Sweet Potatoes

from 4 until 7 pm. Everyone is Mrs. James J. Dees and was mar- tant events will be in progress Apple Crisp game.stands Their at season's record now RIVERS ESTATES
9-7 and
a winning sea-
All Dinner Rolls Butter Milk
this camping period.
encouraged to help in this all-out Bessie during
ried to the former Miss 5 Miles
effort. the Scouts are looking forward to THURSDAY son Is just around the corner. West of Ft. White On Highway 27
Mrs.
Robinson in 1931. Mr. and Since the Bulldogs have shown BERNARD KAHLICK
There will not be our first camp. Steamed Frankfurters Owner
registration in
any Dees had operated their farm
the fans brief glimpses of theirpotential
The Boy Scouts of Branfordnow Niblet Corn HY 7-2822
fee for this program. Teachers the Hatch Bend Community until
who will be working with ill health forced his retirement.He have a bi-weekly paper called Cole ,Slaw stone Tournament this season should, the Key- Closed All Day Monday Open Sunday 11-9 P.M.

these undereducated will not receive was a member of the Hatch "The Scouting Bulletin". This paper PeachesBuns whether not the prove Open Other Days 4-9:30 P.M.
or squad has the
is published the Scouts Butter Milk
by
any compensation.The Bend Baptist Church where he
only cost to the partici- themselves with the cooperationof FRIDAY
had served as a deacon being ordained -
pants will be $1.50 to pay for the in 1942.Survivors the local high school. The staffis Macaroni Au Gratin

home study book. There is a feel- include his wife Mrs. as follows: Editor Randy Hern- Steamed Cabbage

Ing that some organizations will Bessie Dees, Branford; two don: Managing Editor Randy P4ckled,Beets .... TAKE THE BIG STEP FORWARD WITH THE

approve of a refund of this am- daughters, Mrs. Marvel Ann Hatch; Sports Editor, Andy'Chen- PruneS'Peanut
Elizabeth Sullivan ey; Typing, J. J. Slocum Jr.,; Re- Butter and Jelly Spread
Swails and Mrs.
porters, all Scouts; Scoutmaster, Bread Butter Milk
both of Gainesville; three
,
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J. J. Slocum Jr.; and Assistant
LOW INTEREST sons, Redden of Gainesville. HAWKAUTOMATIC
Scoutmaster, M. W. Dempsey. "The newspaper is parent .
LONG TERM Charles of Lake City and Mac
During the last Scout meeting school,. college pupil theatre example -
Arthur of Branford: one sister,
three committees were formed: councelor, (sic) all in one."
Federal Land Mrs. H. C. Stanley of Perry: one Wendell
The Physical Fitness Committee Phillips.
Bank Loans brother Marvin Dees of Branford: The Interpatrol Aathletic Conference TOBACCO
two half-brothers Frank Sims of STRINGERReduce
Committee and The Pro-
RAD
Lake City, S. C., and Roscoe Sims CommitteesTo
Committee for
CONTACT gram Raising
of Tucker Ga.; and ten grand- Funds. Make ReportsThe

LOCAL OFFICE children. The Physical Fitness Committee monthly meeting of the 44
Active pallbearers were J. T. l
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picks the suitable sport the Suwannee County Rural Areas > 3
TelephoneFO Earls, Lawton Sims, W. W. Hill, x
Scouts will be playing; The In- Development Steering Committee -
W. E. Hill Lee Bush, and Dewitt
2.1525 terpatrol Athletic Conference will be held at 7:30 p.m.,
Arnold.
Committee adds new rules to va- Thursday, Feb. 7, at the Suwannee -
were S. N.
Honorary pallbearers
rious sports if they are needed; Valley Electric Building: in

and The Program Committee for Live Oak.

Raising Funds decides on what The following committee reports -

DANCEEVERY and how our Scouts will raise will be given:

money. Various Scouts were pick- Curb l\Iarket-Terrell Fntch,

SATURDAY NIGHT ed by the Scoutmaster to serve on Chairman.

With these committees.In Health-Mrs. Beverly Nelson

THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIESFROM the Physical Fitness depart- Chairman.
9 TO 1 ment, the Fox Patrol behind the Industry E. N. Butler, Your Harvesting Costs;- Eliminate Your Labor Problems

ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING I teamwork of Andy Cheney and Agriculture Paul Crews,
Chairman.

THIS 'VEEKCHITVOOD'S Parks and Conservation Look At These Amazing HAWK Features
Hill, Jack :
Lindsey, John Lindsey John Hampton Chairman.

Herbert Hurst, Gordon Hurst, and Chairman Pomeroy. Carter Dependable performance Day after Day. Operable by completely untrained help
Herman
OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO Daniels Williams.Funeral Home of Bran- urges interested all members in these and subjects anyone to O Pull 21' table top at the ideal loading height determined by experience on many

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, E @cgi 1Wie6if Mrs. Bruner Class Pine Level NerDs And Activities From

k l > Hostess MondayThe

Gleaners Sunday School Ralph W. Moseley returned M. J. Lepper and sons of Lake THE RECREATION CENTER
I class of the first Baptist Church home Friday after spending several City were dinner guests of Mr. .

met Monday night with Mrs. Ed days in the Baptist Memorial and Mrs. Harry Lepper Sunday.Mr. By CHARLES PULLEY. Director
WOMENCLARA Bruner with nine members pre- Hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes

Drew Holmes vis- dinner of Mr. and
sent.A and Mrs. were guests Florida Rec- and
District n of the contains just such equipment
covered.dish supper precededthe ited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Robertsin Mrs. Willie Howell Sunday and reation Association will meet at which can be checked out free of
meeting.Mrs. Lake City Monday night. visited Gordon Keeling in the Su the Live Oak-Suwannee County charge for entire week end.
EditorWoman's
S. WADSWORTH. Society John Leonard class president an
of
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Moseley wannee County Hospital Sunday
i was in charge of the pro- week end Recreation Department Feb. 20. Anyone who desires this equip
afternoon.
and devotional. Mrs. Leon- Jacksonville spent the This will be a business meeting in ment should call the Recreation
gram and Mrs. R. W. .
Club Circle here with Mr.
t Presbyterian, ard used pictures to stress the devotional preparation for a State Recrea- Department approximately one
Met Afternoon theme "Who Are We." Moseley.Mr. tion Convention and a Southeastern week in advance of the time it is
Met FridayThe Monday and Mrs. H. M. Moore were 3 Local Concerns Recreation Convention both needed and place a reservation.
The February project will be
Live Oak of the First Presby- .
Woman's Club of Circle Two
business visitors in Perry Friday.Mr.
visitation for the coming revival of which will be held later this Play. tends to mirror the morals
met last for their general terian Church met Monday after- Holmes vis-
Friday and Mrs. Drew
and ideals of nation and Its
and for class spring. a peo
prospects Soil
new mem- DistrictMemberships
meeting and covered dish lunch- noon with Mrs. R. S. McKoy with ited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes Buy ple.
eon. The devotional was given by eleven members present. bers.The Tuesday night.A The District n meeting here in .
meeting closed with mem- Live Oak will be an all day meet-
Mrs. Joe Davis. Mrs. J. L Dunn chairman OPened group from Beulah and Pine
bers repeating the class verse in about nine
ing lasting from
The program was on "Analyze the meeting with a prayer. Level met in the home of Mr. and Suwannee
Your Club with discus- Recommendations from the board unison. o'clock in the morning until about
Day. a Mrs. J. F. Toole Thursday night
member-
Additional affiliate
The home of Mrs. Leonard I
on
three o'clock in the afternoon.
sion by club members of the duties were given with special attention Ohio Avenue will be the settingfor and enjoyed a practice session for ships in the Suwannee River Soil
and responsibilities of club mem- called to this being World Mis- the March meeting. the Community Sings held each Conservation District were pur- Saturday- morning- the 12-11 High

bers.The sion season. Mrs. Dunn gave the Saturday night at different chur- chased last week by the North basketball league teams played
local club will be hostessfor monthly emphasis on World Mis- ches. This Saturday night Feb. Florida Telephone Company Su practice games in preparation for Menu\
the District 8 Sewing Conteston sions. the start of league play this Sat-
Bart LaVoye BoggusMr. 9, it will be held at Pine Level wannee. Valley Electric Cooperative -
March 5 from two until four The Bible story taken from and Mrs. LaVoye Boggus of Church. Everyone is cordially invited Ratliff Motor Company, and urday. For exciting basketballcome February 7 through February 13
o'clock. Matthew "The King Delegates to the Old Armory on Sat-
on to attend these sings and the Suwannee County Farm Bu THURSDAY
Members voted to open a new Authority" was moderated by Mrs. Live Oak announce the birth of a enjoy spiritual fellowship.Mr. reau. urday morning at nine o'clock for Barbecue Chicken
son January 15 in the Suwannee
section of the City Cemetery to bea Harold Scott with all taking part County Hospital.He and Mrs. William Moore of This brings to ten the numberof the first game of a thrilling dou- Whole Kernel Corn
park and all graves marked with I in. the discussion. has been named Bart La- Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. H. affiliate memberships purchased ble-header. These boys are the future Cranberry and Orange Salad
bronze markers only. Members Refreshments were served dur- Voye Boggus. M. Moore Thursday night. by local business firms. varsity and should receive Brownies

voted also to discontinue the ingthe social hour. David McMullen of Live Oak The District will use the fundsto the support and recognition they Bread Butter MHk
sponsorship of the Little Women. Mrs. H. J. Boyles will be the spent Wednesday night with Mr. sponsor a soil conservation deserve. FRIDAY

Mrs. Troy Dunn was welcomedInto March hostess. Birth AnnouncementA2C and Mrs. Drew Holmes. speaking contest in the county The Recreation Department is Fish Fillets
the club as a new member. Rev. Sammy Sealy of Perry and Junior and Senior High Schools now planning the summer pro- Steamed Cabbage
and Mrs. Harry Lee Palmer
Door prize was received by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Palmer of Live according to J. Dan Ross, board gram for this coming summer. Beets
of Vandenburg AFB, Calif an-
Fred Green.A Circle Three Meets Oak were dinner guests of Mr. chairman.Ed Most of the same programs that Apple Pie
the
birth
of
nounce a son Decem-
Valentine motif was carried With Mrs.\ AveryCircle ber 28 in the Base hospital.He and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. Sunday.Mr. Holcombe Soil Conservation were in effect last year will still Bread Butter MHk
out. Hostesses were Mrs. Edward! has been and Mrs. H. C. Wood of Service Conservation Forester be in this year but most of them MONDAY
Howland Mrs. Otto Wettstein in,: Three of the First Pres-. thaniel Palmer.named Wesley Na- Jacksonville spent the week end met with John Hampton local will be modified to some extent. Macaroni and Cheese

Mrs. S. T. Bozeman Mrs. Herbert byterian Church met Monday Mrs. Palmer is the former Miss with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes.Mr. .I technician and Wyman Garland There is a possibility that the Vienna Sausage
Rees, Mrs. Clarence Ratliff. Mrs. evening in the home of Mrs. In- Elizabeth Dees daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore were farm forester last week. The Red Cross Senior Life Saving Stewed Tomatoes and Okra
Frank Futch sr.. Mrs. N. J. Bis- man Avery with six members pre and Mrs. George W. Dees of business visitors in Mayo Thurs- I woodland plan for Eugene Boyles' Course will be taught this sum- Cherry Cobbler

pham, Mrs. Norman Protsman sent.Mrs. Live Oak. farm was reviewed and is to be mer at the swimming pool. The Bread Butter Miflc
Mrs. Ralph Cox. Mrs. Randolph Avery presided over the day.Mrs.. Bertha Berglas of Greens- brought up to date. regular swimming classes will be TUESDAY
Mai. Mrs. L. P. Hickman Mrs. K. meeting in the absence of the burg Ind., and Carl Tressler visited arranged a little differently so HamburgerBuns
M. Clayton, Mrs. Drew V. Land chairman and gave the Bible Study Birth AnnouncementMr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes that more people will be able to Bread

and Mrs. A. Ross jr. from the Gospel of Matthew." "The and Mrs. Roney Rowlandof Friday night.Here Corn Clinic Set participate.As Sliced Tomatoes
.
Authority.
King Delegates Richmond Va. announce the spring comes on and the Butter Beans
BisphamMcCallisterMarriage At the close of the 'meeting a birth of a daughter Friday Feb. 1, For weather begins to clear picnics Milk Butter Cookies
social hour was enjoyed. Refresh- in Richmond.She And ThereMr. Tuesday will be coming back into fashion. WEDNESDAY
AnnouncedMr. ments were served by Mrs. Ted
has been named Mary Eliz- Anyone who is planning a picnic Turkey Pie With Vegetables
and Mrs. N.J. Bispham an- Jelinek and Mrs. T. A. Kirkpat- abeth Rowland. Corn growers interested in using and would like to have recreational Harvard BeetsCongealed

nounce the marriage of their rick cohostesses.The Mrs.Rowland is the former Miss and Mrs. Charles McCrimon chemicals for more profitable equipment for ball games Fruits on Lettuce
will meet with Mrs. corn production to attend
are -
circle urged
daughter, Mary Katherine to Bette McKeithen daughter of Mr. and daughter Newanna attended horseshoes, and other games Biscuits Butter Milk
Duke Donoven McCallister jr., Jacky Smiley in. March.. and Mrs. Alex McKeithen of Live the Ringling Brothers Circus a forthcoming series of Geigy should remember that the Recre- .
Corn Clinics. These clinics have
son of Mr. and Mrs. Duke Mc- Oak. in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. become to ation Department has a kit which (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
Callister sr., on October twenty- and Mrs.John Paul important corn growers
Paula Renee DriverMr. who wish to exchange ideas and
second 1962 in Georgia.Mr. SChnei-1
der and daughter
James Herbert Morris meet with farm chemical
McCallister is attending and Mrs. Paul Driver of Sunday in Jacksonville I, specia-
North Florida Junior College. in Day announce the birth of a dau- Mr. and Mrs. James Morris of tended the circus. lists.
Madison. ghter Sunday Feb. 3. in the Su- Live Oak announce the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch jr.I j This year's series of clinics will TAKE CARE OF YOUR HOMEIF
Hospital.She son Wednesday Jan. 9, in the Su be held in more than 600 communities -
Mr. and Mrs. McCallister are wannee County and daughter, Angela and Mr. I
Paula wannee county Hospital.He 350 more than last year.
residing in the Helvenston Apart- has been named and Mrs. Danny B. McCrimon and I
ments on John Street, this city. Renee Driver. has been named James Her- son Burt. attended the Ringling In Suwannee County a meetingwill YOU NEED REPAIRS OR PAINTING DONE
---- bert Morris. be held on Tuesday, Feb. 12,
Brothers Sunday.Mrs. Circus in Jacksonville i 8 pan. at the Suwannee Valley ON YOUR HOME, BUT CAN'T BECAUSE OF

DINE AND DANCE Teresa Ann BaxterMr. Alex McKeithen is leaving i Electric Cooperative. Building. FINANCING, THEN COME SEE US. WE'LL ADD
and Mrs. Ralph Baxter of this week for Richmond Va.where I Brazilians call hummingbirds
Live Oak she will spend two weeks with her IT TO YOUR
announce the birth of "flower kissers". Some 80 known PRESENT MORTGAGE AND FI-
NIGHTLY
a daughter Tuesday. Jan. 15, in son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
'species of the
tiny birds live in
BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT the Suwannee County Hospital.She Mrs. Roney Rowland and family. the giant South American nation. NANCE THEM BOTH.
has been named Teresa Ann Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler have
Admission: $2.00 Couple On Friday Baxter. returned from Las Vegas Nev.,

NO MINORS PLEASE where they attended a meeting of Our Services Include LOANS For
Michael Eric the National Rural Electric Cooperative FOR RENT
Newberry
Association. After the PURCHASE OF HOMES
LITTLE HICKORYFormerly Mr. and Mrs. Edward ALMOST NEW AND FARMS
Newberryof
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Butler vis- REFINANCE OF EXISTING MORTGAGES
Kitchen Live Oak announce the birth ited relatives in California and 3 BEDROOM CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOMES
Country of a son Tuesday Jan. 29, in the Arizona. 9 REPAIRS & ADDITIONS ON EXISTING HOMES
Madison, Florida. Suwannee County HospitaLHe FRAME HOMEIn
has been named Michael Crews Subdivision
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Eric Newberry.. Donna Lynn Hingson FIRST FEDERAL
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hingson $55 Mo.

Ideal For Any Room In Your Home Donna Jean Anderson of Live Oak announce the birthof Phone Collect SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Mr. and Mrs. George Andersonof a daughter Monday Feb. 4. in
the Suwannee County Hospital. Robert StebbinsLake 305 EAST HOWARD STREET
Live Oak announce the birth ofa .
[I Living Room, Family: Room, or Bed Room. daughter Friday Jan. 25. in She has been named Donna City 752-2611 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

the Suwannee County Hospital.She Lynn Hingson.
.
has been named Donna
Jean Anderson. Card Of ThanksI

want to thank all of my friends WORTH'S SURPRISE STORE

r GENERAL ELECTRIC Faith Ann KoonceMr. and loved one for their prayers

and Mrs. Jack Koonce of and the cards flowers and other
Live Oak announce the birth of a remembrances I am receiving dur- FINAL
daughter Wednesday Jan. 30, in ing my stay here in the Suwannee DRESS CLEARANCE
the Suwannee County Hospital. County Hospital. May I continueto

She has been named Faith Ann have your prayers.

Koonce. Mrs.L.M.Mi2eU Entire Stock of Fall Dresses at Saving to 68
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Live Oak
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a daughter Sunday, Feb. 3, in the

Suwannee County Hospital.She .
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I r Bulldogs Bomb Starke 72-58[ Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions Hugh Carl Chauncey Stuart StuartH. L. O. !1 Forest Service To

B. Newland, Rt., L. O. 1
Johnnie Jenkins, Rt.. L. O. I Spend $26,090 On
C. M. Fawcett Rt.. L. O. I
The team played its best game Joe Johnson, Rt.. L. O. !
Revenge-Minded Bulldogs SmashStarke's of the season.They hit their shots Santa eBombsSuwannee Here is a list of new subscrip- J. W. Deese, Delray Beach : Tower ResidencesThe
well, played sparkling defense on tions and subscriptions renewedto L. E. Holmes, Lakeland I IDa
the court and under the back- the Suwannee Democrat from C. Russ Griffin Ga. II Florida Forest Service will
Tornadoes In Cage BattleThe boards and they handled the 52-38 In January 25 to February 1. Drew Brannan O'Brien spend $26,000 in Suwannee Coun

fast-break pattern to perfection.The NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSL. Josie Coats, Lake City ty this year to construct tower- .
Suwannee High Bulldog cage team exploded in result was a soundly beaten Lack-Luster TiltThe C. Roberts, Jacksonville Mrs. R. W. Hunt, Chattanooga,. men's residences at the Rocky !
the second period of a basketball game with Starke Fri- Starke Tornado while the Bull- Curtis Humphries, O'BrienR. Tenn. j Hill Tower and the Falmouth i
day at the Coliseum and smeared the flashy Tornadoeswith dogs came close to reaching their L. Fletcher, McAlpin A. H. Landen Sr., L. O. i Tower.
a humiliating 72-58 defeat. potential as a fine prep cage Suwannee cage squad, Herald Duckworth. Rt., L. O. Modern Memorials, High Spgs. The Service plans construction
The victory for the Bulldogs was their eighth in squad.SCORING rebounding from an impres- Judy and John Rt., L. O. William E. Nichols, Coshocton. projects in nine North Florida
RECORD sive win over arch-rival W. C. Crews, WellbornL. Ohio counties costing $150.000. These
fourteen starts and sweet revenge court. Before the Starke five could
Suwannee Starke, took the court M. Crews m, Yulee Melvin Owens, BranfordH. projects are made possible by the
over a rival who trounced Live recover, the Bulldogs held a com-
Oak on two previous occasionsthis manding, 26-12 lead. l\Iartin' 2 against a good Sante Fe five Charles R. Howes Rt., L. O. F. Putnal, MayoDr. release of $75,120 of Accelerated
season. The Bulldogs were hot. The Flood 15 Saturday and turned up on R. D. Corbin, Cocoa Hugo F. Sotolongo, L. O. Public Works funds by the U. S
John Flood and Ronald Wil- score kept adding up against Williams 22 the short end of mediocre Claude Crapps m, L. O. Charles R. Howes, Rt., L. O. Department in of Commerce for use
Strickland 6 Pasco Jones, BranfordSUBSCRIPTIONS forestry projects in Florida
Mrs. Porter Brown, Rt., L. O.
liams led the Bulldogs in the offensive Starke From 26-12, the tally wentto effort. The
counties named in
department. Flood collec- 28-14, then 30-16, then 3420as Poole ,.. 8 The Rebels put out just enough RENEWED J. D. Goff, McAlpin Suwannee additionto .
are Liberty. Washington
Law 13Dees
ted 15 points, and Williams piled the half ended. It was a tragic effort to nip the Bulldogs 52-38 in Nellie Brown, Ft. LauderdaleMrs. W. R. Hill, Branford Walton,
Franklin Holmes.
up 22, for the highest point total period for the Tornadoes.The Kirby 4 2 a less than spectacular showing.The O. H. Abernathy, Ft. Lau- Mr. and Mrs. H. Dean Moore, Calhoun Jackson and Jefferson
made by either player during this third quarter opened with Bulldogs who trounced derdale Jacksonville .
season. the Bulldogs pouring on the pres- 72 Starke in the second period of a Wynne's Press Clipping Bureau, H. L. Prevatt, McAlpinMrs. "If a nation expects to be both
James Poole and Ronald Strick sure. The Tornadoes breezed down contest played the night before, Livingston, N. J, C. D. Tummond BranfordL. ignorant
free it
Starke and expects what
land made the difference on the the court only to have Larry Law were in turn done in by a decisive Mrs. Pearl Nobles, L. O. M. Wilson, O'BrienA. "
Jenkins 4 never was and never will be
backboards. Larry Law played his sweep through their defenses and second period. B. E. Fletcher McAlpinJ. B. Ware Branford Thomas Jefferson.J. .
Bishop 10
best game of the season with a come up with the ball for an easy, '.' The first period ended with O. Clark, Rt., L. O. Ann Beals, JacksonvilleJ.
brilliant defensive effort. 2-point layup. Dowliny '"r. 4 Santa Fe leading 11-10, but neither William McCook, L. O. W. Skeen, Jasper ,
Starke took an early lead in the That made the score 38-23. The Moore 10 team having an advantage. In Mrs. Ethel Houck, L. O. Mrs. Annie L. Fouraker, Well W. Sikes, O'Brien
opening moments of the game and troubled Torandoes began to Nelson Williams 5 9 the second stanza, however, the Willie Beach. O'Brien born Ruby Simonton, Lodi, N. J
it appeared that Suwannee was in crack under the pressure. Hobbs testy Rebels came through with a Manuel Fernandez, Rt.. L. O.
9
for a long night and its third John Flood stole the ball from big 19 points while the stumbling J. W. Kite, O'BrienF.
straight defeat from the Torna- the jittery visitors and passed to Cole 4 Bulldogs were only to retaliate E. Terry, O'BrienJ. CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
does. But half way through the Ronald Williams for the score. Moody 3 with 4. The first half ended and H. Goff, McAlpinMrs. ENGINEERSFOR
first quarter the Bulldogs pulled Williams was fouled at the basket the Bulldogs were in trouble. M. H. Hingson Jr., L. O.
58 LP OR NATURAL GAS
into a tie and then took the lead and the play netted three points. During the second half, the Mrs. W. F. Bell, L. O.
Starke applied a full court press team kept pace with Santa Fe but H. H Hair Jr., Tallahassee We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
97.With blueprints for central heating and air conditioning needs
one minute to go in the and still the relentless drives of was never able to approach the Chester Jenkins, Rt., L. O. for LP and Natural your Gas.
period, Williams sank a free throw the Bulldogs pierced the bara- Gun Mishaps HurtFloridians point of absorbing the disastrous R. A. Greene, Lake CityJ. We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
and the Bulldogs lead 10-7. Starke cade. Suwannee racked up 10 lead piled up by the Rebels in the D. Henry, L. O. customer prefers.
came bouncing back and sank one points while Starke could make 259 second period. Mrs. Lucille Olive, L. O. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
bucket as the period ended 10-9. none. The score jumped to 51-29. Suwannee had a bad night. Apparently Mrs. Charles F. Green Sr. L.O.J. .
4 The second period sounded the During the fourth period the the superb team effort M. Hearn L. O. W. C. COPELAND JR.
crack of doom for the visitors. bewildered Tornadoes managed to Kill 55 In 62 expended the night before causeda Geraldine M. Gamble, L. O. ,
1 The Bulldogs came out with their close the gap slightly and the fin- let down that the squad could Bernard Raines, Rt., L. O. HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
I fast-break offense sparkling and. al gun sounded with the score-. Gun accidents resulted in 259 not overcome. T. J. Geiger Wellborn
nearly blew the Tornadoes off the j board clock reading 72-58. casualties in Florida during 1962 The Bulldogs now posting a
of which 73 of the accidents involved record of eight wins and seven
hunters, according to the losses, continue to stumble toward
I r official Firearms Casualty Report what may be Suwannee's first
compiled by the Florida Game winning cage season in a long dry
', and Fresh Water Fish Commis- spell.
suffer from
why sion.There SCORING RECORD
were 55 fatal gun acci- Suwannee NOTICE
WEATHERJ dents of which 19 involved hunt- Croft 4 :
COLD ers. Fourteen of the 19 hunting Martin 2
fatalities were youths under 18 Flood 2
years of age. Seven hunters died Williams 7
Bad Humor ? from .22 calibre rifle wounds and Strickland 11 .
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four from .410 1 .
gauge shotguns. Poole
Four hunters were killed while Tsacrios 3 :
I rabbit hunting, three hunting ani- Dees 7 : Owners
Get New LOW COSTAMERICANtandard mals other than game, one while Property

hunting deer, three while turkey 38
hunting, and eight hunting small Santa Fe.
game animals. Stevens 13
The Game and Fresh Water McFarland 23

Whole House Heating and Cooling Fish house Commission,for firearms acts safety as clearing instruc- Paulson Clemons -._._-. 7 6 In compliance with the provisions of Section

tors. Lack of training in firearms Johnson 1

safety is the cause of many acci- Buck 2 12 Chapter 5592 Laws of Florida I will beat
free estimate call
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sion is encouraging all parents to 52

j.j : FRIER MUSIC CO. them firearms require access their training to children guns.before to giving have A mechanical. heart. and blood the following precincts at the time designatedfor

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Prec. No. 12 Wellborn :Masonic Temple Feb. 11 10:00 Til. 10:30

Prec. No. 6 Suwannee Sta. Feb. 11 2:00 Til. 2:15

Prec. No. 7 Falmouth, Nobles Store Feb. 11 2 :45 Til. 3:10
Prec. No. 24 Rocky Sink Church Feb. 11 '3:25 Til. 3:40

Prec. No. .8 Newbern, Landen's Store Feb. 11 4:00 Til. 4:20

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Prec. No. 10 Clayland School House Feb. 12 9:30 Til. 9:40

; Pick yoHr wagon, Prec. No. 9 Dowling Park, Carrol's Store Feb. 12 9:46 Til. 10:00
Prec. No. 16 Kirkland Feb. 12 10:30 Til. 10:45

.,' .- pick your horses, Prec. No. 17 Luraville, LeFevre Store Feb. 12 11:00 Til.! 11 :45

& GO Chevrolet Prec. No. 13 Central Church House Feb. 12 2:45 Til. 3:00

:'. : : j -- .. : ; Prec. No. 14 McAlpin, Gaston Store Feb. 12 3:15 Til. 3:36

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l # : Wagons with all kinds of 4,6& V8 Prec. No. 19 O'Brien Post Office Feb. 13 10:00 Til. 10:30

.' ; power at your Chevrolet dealer's Prec. No. 20 Hickory Sink Feb. 13 11:00 Til. 11:30

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,.. -.: : with wheels underneath, take a look at these Prec. No. 22 Branford, Maynard's: Store Feb. 15 1:30 Til. 4:00
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Prec.: No. 22 Branford, Maynard's Store Feb. 18 1:30 Til. 4:00

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Junior Rues Post Miss Glenda Cranf ord I Branford First Baptist Church (Mrs. Ware Hosts Methodist SocietyThe I "When the press is free and every -

Honored' With ShowerMiss Holds Junior Banquet Women's Society of Chris- bara Miller.- This course will be man" able to read all is

Record Glenda Cranford, bride- Personals tian Service of the Branford held during the regular church safe. Thomas Jefferson.

Winning elect of Feb. 8, was honored witha On Friday night, Feb. I, at 7:30, Methodist Church met Tuesday hour.

miscellaneous shower Thursday a banquet was held for the junior night, Jan. 29, at the home of .
FOR THE FRESHEST
Have 'Team Spirit'Branford's night Jan. '31 in the First Bap- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones left boys and girls of the First Bap- Mrs. W. S. Ware. Card Of ThanksWe SEAFOODS

tist Annex. Thursday for a few days visit in tist Church. The topic of study for the even-
wish to our sincere Mack's Fish Market
The banquet tables were in the express
"B" team has had a The refreshment table was cov- Miami.A. ing was 'Wh t Missions Means To and rela- I
friends
thanks to our
very successful year with a groupof ered with a white lace cloth.bearing L. Purcell spent a few days with shape white of a T.cloths They and were beautifully covered !I Me", which was led by Mrs. Ware. tives for the many kind tokens of I Freshness and PIne Quality Are. Assured

boys with "team spirit". The an arrangement of pink roses last week in St. Petersburg attending decorated with red candles and Following a discussion by the remembrances during the extended Phone FO 2.1650Usaaaaaaasaaasasasasas.aaasa

Little Bucs have won seven of, and pink and blue sweet peas. a drivers education con- : group, special reports on the topic illness and passing of our loved '" l
The candle holders in
ivy. were
their twelve games and with only There was also a pink and blue ference.Mr. were given by Mrs. H. W. Suggs, We especially gratefulto
one. are
i the of heart and the
two games left should have a arrangement on the piano. and Mrs. Leon Hatch hadas guest shape table held a a large bouquetof Mrs. O. Z. Jones, and Mrs. W. E. you for the food, flowers, cards, r

winning season. Games were played and prizes their guests Friday night, Mr. red Priest. The meditation was given and calls. May God bless each of : FOR YOUR

Members are J. D. Fletcher. won by Mrs. Orville Moses and and Mrs. George Irvin and sons roses. by Miss Barbara Miller. I
Hostessesfor "Heart" was the theme of the you Is our prayer. : TREE TRIMMING & :
Fletcher.
Juanita
Bell and Roscoe Smith Mrs. of Holland, Ohio. The drew for
Doyle group names secret The family of Lenora Hill
the occasion Mrs. Orville Jack- banquet. The red and white color : TREE REMOVAL :
were
Cribbs of
Miss Loy Ann
tenth grade; Jerry Scarborough, pals and sang "Happy Birthday" .
Moses Mrs. Georgia Jean Walker, sonville spent the week end at scheme was carrid out throughoutthe TRENCHING OR
Kim Miller, and Roger Kilpatrick, to Mrs. Bob Bell. Special r
Mrs. Oscar Munch Mrs. W. D. home with her parents Mr. and room. Magnolia Baptist Plans DITCHING
ninth grade; Johnny Fissell and I guest was Mrs. Lula Mae Allen : ;

Mike Tummond, eighth grade; Fletcher, Miss Loyselle Hatch and Mrs. Lloyd Cribbs and family.Mr. The program consisted of a who has been away for awhile. Singing Next.Sunday r

Mrs. Elisabeth Bailey.Refreshments and Mrs. Howard Smith hearty welcome by Joe Fletcher, CALL
and Andy Cheney, Delton Kilpat- of cake punch heart warmer spontaneous en- Mrs. Ware and her daughter, There will be a sing at the Mag-

rick, Johnny Lanier, and Scott and Rupurt Smith of Tampa attended Cindy, served refreshments of nolia Baptist Church five miles FloodConstruction
heart and
rhymes
nuts and mints were served to the funeral services for Mrs. tertainment a
j Ware, seventh grade. 25 poem by Christine Durden.A cake and coffee.A south of Branford on Rt. 129 r

According to the coach, this being I, present. Lenora Hill Thursday. delicious meal was served. study course entitled "WhoCares" Sunday, Feb. 10, at 2:30 pan. Co. :

his first year at Branford, the Mr. and Mrs. David Williams Those attending were Danny will begin at the Metho- Singers and viistors are invitedto r

possibility of a fine ball team is Adams Family Honored and son of Melbourne spent the Humphries, Christine Durden Joe dist Church this Sunday night attend Rev. N. L. Martin, pas- : FO 2.2101
week end here visiting his mother r
in the making in his "B" team. With Stork Shower Fletcher, Carol Durden, James under the direction of Miss Bar- tor of the church, announced. 1 IIIIII.aas..asaaa.aaaaaas.a.1
Williams and oth-
Branford plays North Marionon Mrs. Shelly ,
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph relatives.Mr. Durden, Audry Daughtry, Mary
Thursday, Feb. 14 at 3 pjn. in er
the Suwannee Conference Tourn- Adams honored them with a stork and Mrs. Donald Knighton Lou Humphries, Peggy Fletcher,

ament at Chiefland. shower Thursday Jan. 31, at their announce the birth of a son Nancy Weaver, Sharon Hatch, MI/y iJ

home. After visiting and spendingsome Tuesday, Jan. 29 in the Lake Hubert Severance, Mrs. Glen AIIE.

M time with the guests the gifts I Shore Hospital in Lake City. The Murray, Training Union leader, 9PPOAtt

First Baptist To Hold were opened. i baby weighed 7 Ibs. 6% ozs., and Miss Minnie Duncan, Training Iny

The refreshment table was covered has been named Ferrell Dewane Union director and Rev. and Mrs. .-_ _

_ School Ot MissionsThere with a white cloth bearingan Knighton.Mr. Allen Price.. -

will be a School of Missions arrangement of seasonal flow- and Mrs. Clyde Hall and LITTLE ADS MISCELLANEOUSVISIT 6 FOR SALE

in the First Baptist Churchof ers.. Refreshments of punch, cof- Mrs. Tom Clark and daughter,

Branford beginning Sunday fee, cake and cookies were servedto Barbara, of Largo were Sunday Card Of ThanksWe BIG RESULTS ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

morning, Feb. 10, and each night the twenty-five present. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. wish to take this opportunity Machine, machineless, and cold guaranteed not to leak.

through Friday, Feb. 15. A dif- They received many lovely gifts. Brooks. to thank our many friends for BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE wave permanents given. Ope- Gttis Brown Motors. cge tf

ferent missionary will speak in Mr. and Mrs. Adams adopted a son their kindnesses shown during the rators-Annie H. Mills, Mary

each service. whose name is Anthony Leon recent illness and passing of our Whatever the purpose, you will Drew Boatright, Myrtice Croft, FOR SALE-New and used plan.

beloved husband and father find Democrat classifieds do os. Frier Music Co. North OWc
.
The services will begin at 7:30: Adams. Fletchers Hold 65th Ver- the job, quickly and welL and Frances Johnson. Phone
nie D. Dees. FO 2-1831. tf Ave.. Live Oak FO
each evening. Everyone is cordi- CelebrationMr. cge 2.2188.Cii'tf
McCrimon's) Birthday
ally invited to attend. (Office Supplies at The Dees Family - -
and Mrs. Drew Fletcher INCOME TAX RETURNS
FOR SALE Ford tractor, rotary -
birth-
celebrated their sixty-fifth DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Long Form (1040) $4.00

day Wednesday night, Jan. 30, Farmers Form $4.00 mower, harrow, double
I SAVE 5:00 PJSL-Tuesdays bottom plow, and trailer. FO 2-
with a squirrel pilau at the cabinof Brown's Bookkeeping Service

I SPREADER SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fletcheron LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Office 6 miles west Nobles 2564. cge tf

Pickett Lake. Ferry Road
3WAYS FOR SALE Plants Annuals
and 2H cents per word, with a 36-39
Those attending were Mr. pcjj
Perennials Red
at FRM store.
minimum af 15;.
DOLOMITE-FERTILIZER- Mrs. W. D. Fletcher, Mr. and All classifieds must be paidin STOLEN 3 hp Johnson Sea Satin Petunias, hybrid snaps.
I Mrs. Charles M. Fletcher, Mr. and
I advance.) Horse outboard motor from pansy, larkspur, alyssum, holly
Mrs. E. E. Lynch Jr. and family,
ALL TYPES OF SPREADING Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart and ON ONE WEEK FREE Weathersby Iron and Metal Co. hock, carnations roses, bulbs.
$75 reward for information Pecan, pear, persimmon, and fig
daughter of Mayo Mr. and Mrs. Travelers trees. FRM: Store FO 2-2155.
Automobile Classifieds ordered for four leading to the recovery. Call ,
W. E. Priest and daughter Mr.
SERVICECall and Insurance weeks, run the last week free. FO 2-2535 or FO 2-1909. ccjj :<<1-39
and Mrs. Thomas Fletcher
$%.25 will pay for a 30 word
tf
granddaughter, Cynthia Cheney, 1. New Low Rates. advertisement for four weeks. cge FOR SALE Allatete motor

Mrs. Nellie Wise, Mrs. Ouida 2. Safe Driver Savings. Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Douglass High School parents and scooter as is, $25.00 cash. See

Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. 3. Local Agent Service. for Proven Results. patrons are urged to join their at Allbritton Brothers TractorCo.

L. TIPPETTEFO Fletcher, A. L. Purcell, and Miss SEE. P-TA now. We need your help. pbbe :36-39
JOHN Barbara Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
Call J. L. Bevel, principal, FO 2-
FOR SALE OR RENT Three
George Fletcher and family, son Arlie K. Townsend 1192. cge tf -

of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Fletcher, For Sale-Real Estate bedroom house on South Georgia -
2-1535 Insurance
were unable to attend. Avenue at Haines Street.

Wilbur St. Phone FO 2-1184 FOR RENTFOR Contact F. J. Mobley P. O. Box
F.H.A. Loans on 3 beautiful Lee
(School Supplies at McCrimon's) 30, telephone HUnter 3-6152,
Homes models 3 and 4
Quality ,
RENT Downstairs front Madison, Fla.. or contact C. H.
-
No down payment
bedrooms. Ratliff at Mary Jane Market.
be present. Envelopes shall be marked mand cot so filed shall be void.. required, up to 30 years loan, apartment. Very comfortable,
Diesel Oil Bid. not to be opened until JEWELL WILLIAMS convenient location. Call FO 2- pblg 37-40
I NoticesIN February 25, 1963. As administrator of the Estate of 5Yt% int. Built on your lot or

Public Suwannee County Arthropod Control William Edward Williams also 1 acre anywhere for less than 2208. cge tf FOR SALE 1957 house trailer,
Suwannee County Health DepartmentLive known as W. E. "Dub" Williams
Oak Florida deceased.: $60.00 monthly. Also, salesman FOR RENT Unfurnished two 36 x 8, 2 bedrooms, full bath,

.40 39-41 37-40 needed. For further informationcall bedroom house with gas heater. $1,695 cash. See at Morgan'sTrailer
W. T. Flatt
COUNTY Co. &
THE COURT SUWANNEE OF THE Henry Howard & Marie IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS'' or write Frank Stewart, Wired for electric stove and Park on W. Hwy 90 any
JUDGE .
FLORIDA. IN COUNTS Donaldson Canady 127.49Henry 68.45 OF RE SUWANNEE: The Estate COUNTY of FLORIDA.IN OR TRADE NAME LAW Box 408 985-2931 or 985-1241, has hot water heater. Phone day after 12 noon pbbe 37-40

IN RE.Estate Mrs. J.J.A.. McCleod Estate .22 John L. Wells TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Moultrie, Ga. pdte 37-40 FO 22565. pbbe 36-39
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
Henry and Sada Harley 43 JO deceased.NOTICE FOR SALE All sizes of azaleas,
the fictitiousname
Deceased. pursuant to
Persons Having Charlie Wyche & Daisey Hobbs 47.16 TO CREDITORS Section 1. New block and stucco two bed- evergreens, dogwood trees small
and ,
To All Creditors Wells & Jessie Ford 123.02 All creditors of the Estate of John L. statute. Chapter 20953. or FOR RENT Large building

Claims You and or Demands each of yon Against are hereby Said Estate notified -: Janie Clarence Tillman 47.34 9.52 Wells deceased are hereby notified and ister 865.09 with, Florida the Clerk Statutes of the 1941.Circuit will Courtin reg- room house, large lots; with gas heat, gas kitchen. Am- and large, shrubbery. Large assortment -

and required to present any claims Eva Pursuant and Henry to Florida Long Statutes of 1949. required which they to may file have any claims against or said demands estatein and for Suwannee County. Florida 2. New frame asbestos siding ple parking. Call FO 2-2791 or of camellias, several

and demands which you the or estate either of H.of Section 194.23. the above listed amounts the office of the County Judge of Su- upon this notice receipt the of fictitious proof of publication to-wit of: three bedroom, two large lots: see at Collins Court Apts. balled and burlaped, 2% feet to
have against name
yon D. Clement, may deceased late of said County will if not be claimed paid to the within County(1) of month Suwannee from wannee house at County Live Oak.Florida Florida in the within court-six Suwannee River Realty 3. New frame house, asbestos siding cbbe 37-40 5 feet good bloomers, regular

to the County Judge of Suwannee date of this publication. calendar months from the date of the under which I will engage in business.I four bedrooms, two large price $7.00, special price as longas
at his office in the expect to in business in Live
i Count Florida Lavaughn A. Sessions first publication of this notice. Each engage lots Phone FOrest 2-2368, C. M. FOR RENT Two furnished they last
court house of-said County at Live Oak. Circuit Court claim or demand must be in writing and Oak. Florida and my address is 4 miles ; $3.95. Mrs. S. C.
Florida within six calendar months from Suwannee Clerk County Florida must state the place of residence and SE of Live Oak on Fla. Highway 49. McGranahan, Evelyn, Ave. apartments. Call FO 2-2319 or Sansbury, old Lake City Hl-
the time of the first publication of this January ao, 1963 post office address of the claimant and The extent of ownership is entire. ccae 39-41 FO 22935. tf
east
in of Live
notice. Each claim or demand shall be must be sworn to by the claimant, his WINSTON J. ROGERS cge way,
writing and shall tate iaddress of 39 agent, or his attorney or it will become Dated this 30th day of January A.D. Oak.pcfj 37-40
residence and post office of the FOR BIDS void according to law; and must be 1963. FOR SALE -Two bedroom homeon FOR RENT Five room unfurn-
and shall be sworn to by the REQUEST WINSTON J. ROGERS
claimant Arthropod Control filed in Newbern Road across from ished bungalow two bedrooms. FOR SALE
claimant their agent. attorney and any Suwannee County duplicate.Virginia D. Wells 39-42 Pure bred Duroo
such claim or demand not so filed shall request sealed bids on the following Executrix of the Will of Westwood Church. Has break- Newly painted inside and out. boars and gilts. Subject to reg-
items NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
be void.MARGARET : gallons John L. Wells, deceased. fast dining room, screen- Mrs. C. G. Travis 724 BrownSt. istration.
H. CLEMENTAs Approximately 1,700 regular 38-41 By virtue of a Writ of Execution room, Reasonable. Lonnie
Administratrix of the Estate of gasoline delivered to gallon. tank dated December: 18. 1962, issued out of ed porch carport, and garageon Phone FO 2-2744. cge tf B. Hurst, FO 2-1421. pbbe 38-41
H. D. Clement, deceased at station. Price per the Circuit Court Third Judicial Circuit
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
vehicle at 2 lots. Call L. F. Parnell
,
oil delivered in
88-41 grade in and for Suwannee County Florida at
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY -
station. Price per quart. FLORIDA: IN PROBATEIN Law on a Judgment rendered in said FO 2-1535. CCjj 39-42 FOR RENT Newly decorated NOW IN STOCK, CAR MUFF-

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Servicing and greasing per unit. RE: The Estate of Court on September 11, 1962 in favorof furnished apartment, couples LERS: Chevrolet car, $10.50;
COUNTY, bids be sealed and delivered by
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE All to The Clinton County National Bank
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN February 25. 1963. to the Suwannee CARRIE Deceased.MAE PATTISON, & Trust Company a Corporation Plaintiff only. Phone FO 2-1498 or FO 2- Chevrolet pickup, $6.50; Ford
Estate of County Health Department. Bids will be against the Defendants William R. HELP WANTED 3143.
RE: The NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mrs. P. C. Powell, 410 pickup $7.50; 1960 Buick, $18.-
M. A. BEST. opened at 9:00 A.M.. February 25. 1963, All creditors of the Estate of Carrie Williams and his wife. Carol Williams,
the Suwannee County Health Depart- Demorest St. cge tf 50; STP, $1.00 also
Deceased. at Mae Pattison. deceased hereby noti- for Seven Thousand Six Hundred Thir- per can;
Notice Of Intention To Apply ment. Vendors are invited to be present. fied and required to file any are claim or demand ty-nine & 32/100 (S7.6I9.32). I have WANTED Colored tenants to Deleo 12 oz. can brake fluid,
GasolineBid.
For Final Discharge Of Executrix Envelopes shall be marked heretofore on January 30, 1963. levied FOR RENT-Unfurnished
( Notice is hereby given that I have not to be opened until February 25, estate which in the they Office may of the have County against Judgeof said upon the following described real estate live on small farm with sepa apart- 65c; AC spark plugs, 65c; and

filed my final return as the sole remaining 1963.Suwannee Control Suwannee County, Florida in the and personal property in Suwannee rate living facilities. No chil- ment, three connecting rooms, 6-14 volt battery charged, $14.
qualified executrix of the Estate County Arthropod County, Florida to-wit: private
entrance
: bath. Hot
Court House and
at Live Oak, Florida within -
of M. A. Best, deceased and my Suwannee County Health DepartmentLive six (6) calendar months from the date All the NW% of SE# of SWtt lying dren. Both parties required to Other items by order. Cecil
petition for final discharge and I will Oak Florida of the first publication of this notice. South and West of Highway 90, do small jobs around the farm. water, circulating heater, cov- Walker, SP 6-2241. pcde 39-42
the Honorable Reece Brown 39-41 EXCEPT the East 251 feet, in Section ered floors.
apply to Each claim or demand must be filed in % 701 N. HamiltonAve.
Write Farm
County Judge in and for Suwannee 22, Township 3 South Range Small salary.
duplicate, in and the
writing state
must
County Florida on March 11, 1963 at IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, place of residence and post office of the 15 East containing 4 acres more Suwannee Democrat, P. O. Box paej 39-40 FOR SALE Black Angus bull,
10:00 o'clock A. M. for approval of my IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, or less:
claimant and must be sworn to by-the or will trade for brood cow. Call
final return and for final discharge as FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN claimant, his agent or his attorney or it 8 metal chairs: 2 tables; 2 metal 635, Live Oak, Fla. ccfj 37-40 FOR RENT One bedroom
the sole remaining qualified executrix of RE: The Estate of will become void according to law.S stools; 5 wood bar stools; 1 large FO 2-1769. pge 39
apartment
the Estate of M. A. Best deceased. CARRIE MAE PATTISON.: / J. Pomeroy CarterAdministrator gas range: 1 Gibson Refrigerator; WAITRESS WANTED Apply conveniently loca-
Dated this January 28. 1963. Deceased. 4 dozen coffee creamers; 2 dozen Leaf ted. Couples only. Call Charles FOR SALE 4 tires 6 ply 760 x
Gold
in at the
Eloise D. Lewis NOTICE OF PROBATETHE 37-40 saucers: 3 frying pans: 15 dessert person
Sole remaining qualified Executrix STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL dishes: 3 small coffee pots; 2 dozen Restaurant between 3 pjn. and Maloy, FO 2-3009 or FO 2-2062. 15 heavy duty truck tires. Tire

S8-41 PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE table knives; 1 dozen table forks; 1 9 tf caeg3940FOR and rim, five lug holes. Con-
OF SAID DECEDENT: THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF dozen tea spoons; 1 dozen gas heaters pjn. cge
REQUEST FOR BIDS You are hereby notified that a written FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN ; 1 Kelvinator Refrigerator (cooler RENT tact W. A. Reams, Branford,
Two
Suwannee County Arthropod Control instrument purporting to be the Last NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYJIM ) Ser. No. 6756375; 1 Kelvinator HELP WANTED Man betweenthe bedroom Fla. % Lonnie's Poolroom.
requests bids for one new 1963 \ ton Will and Testament of the above deer ROE Refrigerator (not servicable) ; oth- house, furnished gas cookingand
Chevrolet or G.M.C. truck cab and chas- dent has been admitted to probate in Plaintiff er miscellaneous cooking utensils: ages of 23 and 30, high pge 39
sis only to meet the following specifications said Court. vs. DIVORCE 1 gas range; 2 lamp shades (new) ; school graduate or more, inter- heating. Apply at Houck'sCafe.
: You are hereby commanded within six WILLIE C. ROE. 2 cases Pepsi Colas; 6 beds (double caej 39-40
6 or 8 cylinder engine of at least 150 (6) calendar months from the date of DefendantTO ) complete with mattresses; 5 ested in future in finance field.

horsepowerOil the first publication of this notice to appear : Willie C. Roe whose 'address, resi- beds (single) complete with mattresses Salary commensurate with abil-
bath air cleaner in said Court to show cause if any 7 straight chairs 4
:
dent and residence is unknown. ; arm FOR SALE
Oil filterAlternator you can. why the actions of said Courtin You are hereby notified that Com- chairs: 4 chests of drawers (large): ity and experience, free life and WORK WANTEDBuild
admitting said Will to probate should plaint for a divorce has been filed a in 3 chests of drawers (small) ; 1 wall hospital insurance, paid vaca-
Full width rear view window' not stand revoked. the above named Court and mirror; 1 dresser with mirror; 2
Full depth foam seat (SEAL) required to serve a copy of your you Answeror are throw rugs; 3 gas beaters; 9 blankets tions. Dependable transportation Repair Remodel SEWING MACHINE
Heater and defroster SREECE BROWN : 4 dozen bath towels; 4 dozen
Pleading to the Complaint the and typing necessary along What does
Heavy duty cooling system 37-40 County JudgeIN Plaintiffs Attorney, Wm. upon Randall hand towels; 6 bed spreads (dou- your home need? Rebuilt Treadle
Turn signals Slaughter, P. O. Box 508. Live Oak. ble); 5 bed spreads (single); 17 with willingness to work for ad- Additional room, garage,breezeway -
6 700x15 6 ply tires THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Florida. and file the the pillows: 3 dozen pillow eases; 8 dozen vancement. Others need not ap Like
original in of-
In
siding new nice oabteet
,
painting
Flat base 2 piece rims IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. fice of the Clerk of the Circuit sheets; 3 air conditioners; 1 electric roofing.We .
Court. ply. Call FO 2-2922 write P.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN heater or
Heavy duty overload springs on or before the 15th day of February ; welcome small jobs. Call
3 speed transmission RE: The Estate of A. D. 1963. if you care to contest the 1 awing set and slide; 1 inside door O. Box 158, Live Oak for ap- for free estimates. BELL WHEEL SEWING
Low speed rear end CLARA M. GREENE. same otherwise the allegations of the (not attached); 2 pieces%" galvanized Sansouci and
2 outside rear view mirrors Deceased. Complaint will be taken as confessed pipe approximately 12 pointment. caee tf Sen, FO 22505. ccjj 36-39 MACHINE CKNTKtt
Bids will be considered on the trade- NOTICE OF PROBATE by you.: long; 51 6" x 8" cement blocks; 10
in of one (1) 1952 Ford pickup which THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL Done and ordered in Live Oak. Su- 8" x 8" cement blocks; 1-55 gallon WANTED Women to work soda WORK WANTED
may be inspected by appointment. Bids PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE wannee County Florida this oil drum: 1 250 gallon underground Builder, resi- FOrest 2-2744
t will be opened February 25. 196. at 9 OF SAID DECEDENT: of January. A. D. 1963. 15th day gas tank (butane); 1 Ever fountain and curb. Apply in dential, commercial Industrial,
A.M. in the office of the Suwannee You are hereby notified that a written (SEAL) Sharp Lawn Mower (used), Ser person A & W Drive In. cge tf
County Health Department.We instrument purporting to be the Last Lmvaughn A. Sessions No. 01365; 2 used auto tires 7.50 repairs, additions and altera- cbjj tf

reserve the right to reject any Will and Testament of the above decedent Clerk of Circuit Court 115 Star brand: 2 step ladders. tions. Block, brick, sidewalks,
and all bids.Snwannee. has been admitted to probate in Suwannee Public notice is hereby oven that I
County Arthropod Control said Court. 36-39 County Florida will on March 4, 1963. at 11:00 o'clock WANTED driveways, plaster, drywall, and
Snwannee County Health Department You are hereby commanded within six A. M. on said day at the premises here- roofing. Robert Williams Phone 0 LOST AND FOUNDLOST
39-41 (6) calendar months from the date of IN THE COURT OF THE inabove described sell at public auction
COUNTY FO
2-2066.
the first publication of this notice to appear JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY. for cash lawful money of the United WANTED TO RENT Perma- pbbe 36-39

I NOTICE in said Court to show cause if any FLORIDA. IN PROBATE States all the right, title claim and nent pastures woods pastures Red key case with three
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that you can. why the actions of said Courtin IN RE: Estate of interest of said defendants William R. WANTED Any type yard workor
surplus proceeds from tax deed sales admitting said Will to probate should WILLIAM EDWARD WILLIAMS Williams and Carol Williams in and to and farm acreage for cows In house keys. If found phone Suwannee
have been received by the Clerk of the not stand unrevoked. Also known as W. E. "DUB" the above described property 01'.0much Suwannee County. Phone FO 2- cleaning. Phone FO 2- River Regional Library FO 2-
Circuit Court pursuant to the tale of (SEAL) Williams thereof as may be necessary to 1104 anytime during the day ,
lands for delinquent taxes and are being S/REECE BROWN Deceased raise sufficient money to satisfy said 2788. cge tf 2317. Cge 39
held In this office to be claimed by the County Judge To All Creditors and Persons Having judgment, interest and costs, etc, to until 5 pm. paej 38-39 N
owner of the property concerned at the 37-40 Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: the highest and best bidder and will WANTED Acreage in Suwannee _
time of sale. You and each of thereafter at 12:00 o'clock Noon on said WANTED Bookkeeping to do fc Motor
The names In which property was REQUEST FOR BIDS and required you are hereby notified date resell said property at the front or Madison County in exchange Rewinding
attested and amounts held are as follows Suwannee County Arthropod Control demands which to present either any of claimsor door of the Court House in Live Oak. for furnished C. B. S. at home. Call Lake City 752-
you or
: request sealed bids for approximately may have against the estate of 'William you Suwannee County Florida, or so much 3765 after 5 or write Box 302 Repairs and
Mrs. J. B. Lansdale 4.63 13.000 gallons of No. 2 diesel oil deliv- Edward Williams, also known W. E- thereof as may be necessary to raise Duplex, three blocks from Post Lake Rewinding
35.28 ered to the City Barn in metered 230 as sufficient money to satisfy said judgment City. pbbe 39-42
C. R. Poindexter "DuV Wniiaias. deceased. late of said Office In lower east coast town. Any Kind Electric Motor
Brooker T. McKinney 1.21 gallon lots as called for by Suwannee County to the interest and costs etc, to the
P. H. Bowen 1.00F. County Arthropod ControL nee County, Florida County, at Judge his office of Suwan-in the highest and best bidder. Said real estate Apply Box 635, Suwannee Democrat Also Sales and Service

D. Helvenston 1.00I. Successful bidder will be required to court house of said County at Live Oak and personal property will be sold separately pdjj 38-42 Business OpportunityFOR CALL
M. Taylor 11.85 furnish one handpump and one skid tankto Florida within six calendar and said property will not be
months
from
Mary Tompkins 2.78 be located at the Live Oak Sanitary the time of the first sold separately and said property will McCnUen Electric Motor RepaIr
publication of this
Alex: Hawkins 58.49 Landfill and to make deliveries to skid notice. Each claim demand not be sold until the conclusion of the WANTED 50-75 young brood Telephone Day PO 2-3278
or shaD be -
Mrs. E. A. Porter 1.00. tank as called for by Suwannee County in writing and in duplicate and shall Live receiving Oak.of Florida.bUs at the Court H-_.. fa cows with calves preferred. SALE! Gas station. Good
Arthropod ControL Bids will be -N'1ch FO 2-3326
Belt opened
Suwannee River Land state
the
place of
Company 351.44 February n, 11 U. at 9:00 AM. In the office address of the residence claimant, and and shall post Dated this January 30. 1963. Contact BID Sullivan, Mayo tourist trade. Rt. 90, W. and 217 E. Howard St.

Alex Hawkins -"- 1.00 office of the Suwannee County Health be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, Sowannee S/ HUGH LEWIS.County. Sheriff Florida Florida.. Phone SW 42776.'pfJJ Park St., .in Lake City. Hunter Bros.
Suwannee BeltI Department. All bidden axe.invited -
River Lid or attorney and *
any such claim or de 38-42 38-41 pcjj 36-39' Buildingcajj UTHURSDAY

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,EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY '7, 1963


News Branford Couple Celebrates 59th -I''-. ,.,,,.,' _1'... ,' '-
From: BranfordBY .':;: .. .>
", ,": .i t\\
tL E
Anniversary, Honored By ChildrenMr. '. ; : yTy
::
: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS
and Mrs. R. M. Mellette where they lived for about 14
celebrated their 59th Wedding months. Then they moved to
'Hard Luck' SeasonBuccaneers Bridge Club Meets Anniversary Sunday Jan. 20 with Trenton and lived there for four
an open house. They were honoredby years after which they moved to
At Lake City HomeThe then children. Suwannee where 4cN
To Host Lake Butler County they now
bridge club met Wednesday. The refreshment table was overlaid reside.
Jan. 30. at the home of Mrs. with a white lace cloth The Melletes lived in the Bran-
Chiefland Williston This WeekThe Palmer Daughtry in Lake City. bearing an arrangement of yel- ford Community for two years be-
Mrs. Daughtry is a former mem- low and white mums. A yellow fore buying the farm they now
Branford Buc's will host three home games this ber of the club. white and green color schemewas live on. They only vacations they
week, the Williston game being changed to Saturday Playing with Mrs. Duaghtry. carried out. Several floral arrangements ever took was back to the old c adt
night due to the Suwannee Conference tourney startingon were Mrs. Lois Scission, Mrs. W. were placed throughout home place and to visit their children .. 1
:Monday, Feb. 11. B. Thomas Mrs. A. Jack Phillips I the house. The wedding cake The Mellettes relate that "'terr s>
Games this week are on Tuesday at 6 p.m., Lake Mrs. w. R. Hill. Mrs. W. S. Ware. was decorated in yellow white. ,married life back in the early \
Mrs. Sim Townsend, and Mrs. and and wedding bells. 1900s lot of hard work.
the Bran-' green was just a
Chief-
Butler; Friday at 6 pjn., great help in bringing
Drew O'Steen. Punch, coffee, cake, nuts, and Mrs. Mellette said that rearing
land Don is 6' anda
; and Saturday at 7 pm., ford boys' spirit up.
Williston.To very good leader and hustler. Mr*. Lois Scission won high prize i mints were served to the many children in the early 1900s was I
and Mrs. Townsend won low prize. guests who attended. very hard and that she and :Mr.
another sen-
Charles Kilpatrick
look at the Branford team Icebox dessert, coffee and cakes Mr. and Mrs. Mellette have Mellette did it all themselves.
from the won and lost column, ior, has had trouble finding the were served. Members of the club five children and four of them little .
They had no help except a
basket, but has finally pulled 1i; -Y : if.
one would think the team a very
tour of the attended. R. N. Mel-
weak one. However, after'a look through and is expected to give! enjoyed a Daughtrysnew They were family help. Mrs. Mellette said :
home.is lette and family of Daytona
she did all the sewing and they
hard time tourna-
somebody a by
at the most is
score of games, it
Beach E. G. Mellette and familyof had nothing but homemade
more of a hard luck story of an ment time. Holly Hill, Mrs. Obe O'Steen
inexperienced team of hard work- Billy Collins, who is Coach steadily improving. Cary Lee clothes.
and family of Summerfield, andD. Mrs. Mellette added that she .k
Baker's rebounder and an-
ing boys. top twin brother of Gary Lee has t
E. Mellette and family of and Mr. Mellette waited a year to
has played better
other good hustler -
all
shown much improvement
Don G. Philpot, a senior withno very Branford. Mrs. John T. Hodgesof get married because of her moth- '"
consistent ball all year than Wayne Smith a tenth grader -
experience, has come a long year. Red Stone Arsenal. Ala., was er's health. She said she couldn'tbear ... --
the team. has
this any man on Billy shows promises of being a good
way season and has been a been the backbone of Branford'sdefense unable to attend. the idea of leaving her mother 4 s :
R ball player with his desire to win .
all year. The grandchildren of Mr. and sick so she stayed at home and '
SCORING RECORD Mrs. Mellette served. Mrs. Rich- cared for her. :i
One other senior, David Staple-
USE ton has had a trying year due to Branford ard Mellette kept the book and The Mellettes had one of the .:; : : :; ,
a broken leg received during foot- Collins 8 received guests. Mrs. Leon Millerof first top buggies that came out. ,: .
Kilpatrick 15 Ocala cut the cake. Mrs. NelsonL. Mr. Mellette said that few people -- -
ball season, but his pumping and
FUCO Mellette of Beach Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mellette celebrate their 59th
Daytona wedding
running ability is better and he is Smith 1 had top buggies in those days.
expected to come through by Hagin 6 poured punch and Mrs. Vernon Every four or five years they trad- anniversary. The couple has lived In Branford for 35 years.
.
BrandInsecticide tournament time. Philpot 2 Mellette served coffee. ed buggies just as people do with
About hundred Mrs. Mellette, now 78 years old 1 living brothers. She is next to the
Ernest Kelly and Gary Lee two Lee, G.Kelly 4 one guests cars these days. has I I
two
.
called the afternoon. living sisters and four! oldest.
of Branford's guards have had 20 during Mr. The Mellettes bought their first
several real good nights. Experi- and Mrs. Mellette received many automobile in 1922 which was a
ence is what both these juniors 56 lovely gifts. Out of town guests Model T sedan that had to be
FOR need. Ft.,White were Mr. and Mrs. Inman Averyof cranked by hand. Mr. Mellette I.
Bailey 4 Live Oak. said that his first auto cost $300.
BEST Gerald Hagin, another junior THREE
RESULTS BEDROOM
HOMESBrick
and the tallest boy on the team Kohn 5 The Mellettes have been resi- and he paid cash for it. He added
has had an average season and Godwin 2 dents of the Branford communityfor that he has never bought much on
Pope -2 about 35 years. credit. Most of his buying has Veneer-One or Two Baths.
Parish 3 They were born and reared in been for cash.
Hawkins 5 Clarton County, S. C., and lived Mr. Mellette said he did buy FHA or CONVENTIONAL
IRRIGATION Dubose 4 about five miles from each other mules on credit which he farmed
when they were married on Jan. with in the summer and logged Financing
25 22, 1904. They did not take a hon- with during the winter. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
COMPLETE SYSTEMS eymoon. They remained at home rearedon
He stated that they were
INSTALLED & FINANCED Branford r and worked. They said not very peas and cornbread and a lit- Located I In Edgewood Subdivision.

Collins 4 many people took honeymoonsback tle bit of meat: they always had SELECT YOURS NOW
DISTRIBUTORS FOR: Stapleton 2 in those days. plenty to eat such as it was. He
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS Kilpatrick 11 The Mellettes five living chil- added that he has always lived a Contact
Smith 2 dren were all born on the farm in peaceful life and never been in
CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. Ilagin 4 Clarton County. For a living, they any trouble. He has never been W. G. MULLINS.Phone
-S. ELECTRIC MOTORS Philpot 8 farmed a 200 acre farm in the arrested for anything but was .
Lee G. 2 hills of "Puddin Swamp". They sued one time for shooting another -
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE Kelly 15 grew corn, cotton and tobacco.Mr. man's cow in his corn field. FOrest 2-2057
Mellette said that if they They asked the man several timesto
RACE AND RACE AND
46 made a thousand pounds of tobacco keep his cow out of their field
SURE RANE FITTINGSPLAN Madison to the acre back in those daysit and the man wouldn't do it. So
Bass 12 was really something big. Mellette shot the cow. It was tak-
NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE Adams 12 They carried the tobacco from en to court, but the case was
IRRIGATION NEEDS Johnson 14 the field to the table in a basket thrown out.Mellette .
Weyer 9 because they were afraid of bruis- said he has always
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY: 7, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT,. LIVE .OAK, FLORIDA PAGE NINE


Cattle Sales Mrs. Fred Haas Receives Kiwanis AwardRev. State Chamber ReporS
Up
County Ministers9 Column ,

\; The ovine Down r. State Mortgages Exceed $1.3 Billion;


I Pastor's Corner Livestock MarketCattle n Savings, Loan Banks Top Lending

Home-purchase mortgages recorded in Florida
By The Cattle and calf trading at the came
REV. J. W. BAILLIE Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- to $1,344,561,000 through October last year but this volume -
i Pastor Westwood Baptist Church ket Wednesday, Jan. 30, rose to missed 'making a record, the Florida State Chamberof
157 compared with a low of 102 Commerce reported yesterday.
The world has many problems one hostile to Christianity. Thisis :
today, wars and rumors of wars, not necessarily true. The unbeliever sold at the previous auction. "Last year's recordings .followed an improving trend
they are more real to us today might attend church each According to George C. Avery, each month but June and September "Several county totals for the
than any time in history. The Lord's Day, take an active part of the Florida State Marketing The ten-month total ten-months are available: Dade
Cuban situation has brought a and in general be a good fellow, Bureau, "all classes moved actively tr was 7 per cent over 1961; virtu- with $375,434,200, up 3 per cent
measure of it so close to home, all the time he is an unbeliever. through rather broad outlets". ally equal to the 1960 figure but over 1961; Duval $96.947,000, up
much closer than this generationhas He is not actively engaged in opposition Slaughter steers were steady to dropped 9 per cent below the peak 9 per cent; and Pinellas $97200 ,.,-
ever known about; yes we to Christianity, however, one dollar higher-,. he said. Other reached in 1959. Nationally, recordings up 2 per cent. Broward registered -
have problems. However, the he is fertile soil to become hostile, classes were few while feeder- the first ten months of $124,479,200; Orange $66.-
greatest pro b- because he is an unbeliever. A stocker steers were steady to this year were 11 per cent over 595,000; and Volusia $31,267.768,
' lem that faces person will never engage in hos- weak. Heifers and cows were few 1961. but comparable 1961 figures are
America and the '- tility to something that he believes in one or both weeks while calves "Florida Savings & Loan As- not available to show trends is
4 world today is in. were weak to two dollars lower. sociations were the original lend- these three counties.
UNBELIEF. A So today, all the people in the "Feeder-stockers made up 73 ers of $606,456,000 of the state's "Mortgages included in these
"They were world that are engaged in active per cent of the run while calves ten-month total. Gains over 1961 figures are those of $20,000 or lees
not able to enterin opposition to Christianity were were 29 per cent of the total," were chalked up each month, except (as reported to the Home Loan
because of un- first just plain unactive unbelievers Avery continued. June, by the Associationsand Bank Board) secured almost entirely -
belief." Heb. 3-, that one day, like a volcano Standard slaughter steers the total at the end of October by residential properties although -
19. Jesus said in decided to explode into activity. brought $19-$23 per hundred stood 16 per cent ahead. some small business loan
so many words, This is a tragedy. pounds, utility slaughter steers Commercial banks loaned are also included."
!and John was Communism is a result of un sold for $17-$19, and a few high- $119.729,000 in mortgages, up 25 .
inspired to record it: "If you believe belief. Broken homes are a resultof cutters brought $14.75-$15.75. One J. W. Baillic chairman of the Kiwanis Public Affairs per cent with monthly gains
on Me you shall be safe, but unbelief. Half filled churchesare standard heifer sold for $19.50. ranging as high as 55 per cent The stethoscope was inventedby
sold for committee, presents Mrs. Fred Haas with the Kiwanis "DistinguishedCitizen a French physician, Rene T.
$17
if you choose to be an unbelieveryou a result of unbelief. People One utility cow in March. Individuals loaned
? and a few cuteers traded from Award" for her civic contributions to Suwannee County. 4 H. Laennec, in 1816.
condemned. Why
are already who attend no church are the result $236,561,000 up per cent. Gov-
Because you have not believed." of unbelief. What a tragedy! $13.50-$15.75. Utility and com- ernment agencies loaned $356-
Unbelief is the world's greatest The other day a man sent me a mercial bulls sold from $15.50- No.1 I There's no place a man can go, 314,000 down 5 per cent a trend lot OSG
tragedy. It started in the Gardenof tract from Texas entitled "Fumb- $20.25, mostly $17.25. nothing a man can do, that there which began in June. Insurance
Eden, the world's first tragedy.It ling The Ball On The One Yard Standard calves brought $19.50- and thither man hied himself, won't be a woman going and do- companies handled $25,501,000 as
caused the children to wanderin Line". In this tract he stated that $22.Good once again to be undisputed mon- ing before you can say "Adam's original lenders, somewhat below
the wilderness for about forty his town had a population of 22- feeder-stocker steers arch of a given realm. purploined rib". 1961 but not indicative of the 666
years, it caused Moses to fail to 000 people and on any given Sun- brought $20-$23.50, mediums sold Now the Russians are saying However, at the same time that total mortgage holdings of these t k
Promise Land, it caused for $17.75-$21, commons ranged firms.
enter the
day you would never find more nay, boasting that even this we chalked up this one more
Saul to falter as the first King of than 6,000 people in all the chur- from $15-$17.25, and a few inferi- last outpost is about to succumbto black mark against the Communists -
Israel, and on and on the story ches combined. This is the great ors traded at $13.75. the feminine influence. ,' there was one thing Popo-
goes of the tragedy of unbelief. American tragedy. It is typical of Good heifers brought $19$22.50 .- Pavel Popovich, the Soviet cosmonaut vich said that could turn out to A. L. WARD
Christ arrived on the world all the cities that I know of, cer- mediums sold from $18.25- I who spent three days last be real cheering news. ."Aubrey"
scene and man completed that tainly Live Oak is no different. $20.50 commons traded for $16.- year whirling around the globe, He said he has "invited some
great tragedy by rejecting him in Why is this true? UNBELIEF is 2518.75 and one inferior declared Saturday in Havana: Cubans to fly through the cos SPREADER SERVICE
unbelief. Yes, that was the com- the answer, and it is the world's brought $13.75.Common "The world will soon learn of mos."
pletion of the world's greatest greatest tragedy. cows sold for $15.50- the first woman astronaut. The way things have been going "WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS'
tragedy.We Unbelief is not only the world's $18.25 while inferiors brought It was inevitable, of course, although for the past few months,
think of the unbeliever as greatest tragedy, it Is the world's $11-$13. the mind can't help ting- there's not much doubt that one Fast and Courteous Service
greatest MYSTERY.It Calves 250-450 pounds: Goods ing a bit at the thought of pastel of the invitations was extended to
is hard to understand why brought $21-$24.75, mediums witha pink polka-dotted space capsules, Fidel Castro and that Com- Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271
LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING the children of Israel should have few: high-commons sold for with lace curtains at the windows. rade Khrushchev is saving a spe- McALPIN FLORIDA
,
I doubted, after all they had experi- $18.75-$22. Just like we said to start this cial one-way satellite for The
enced in God's providence. After Calves weighing 125-250 lamentation fellows, we might Bearded One's exclusive use. Near Harrell's: Store on Mayo RoadTinup"
Small or Large Areas all, had God not led them safely pounds: Mediums brought $23.25- as well give up. I I I -Polk County Democrat
CALL out of Egypt? Had He not looked $24, commons brought $18.25-
I after them by day and by night? $24 with inferiors bringing downto # 7Av
H. G. TURNERNight How about the dividing of the Red $17.
Hog trading at the market con-
Sea? How about the destructionof
WO 3-2751 the Egyptian Army as they tinued for the third straight week I Is
Day WO 3-2373 I looked on? with 790 sold compared with 883
or writeP. I After all this, what justificationdid traded at the past.sale. J
O. Box 475 they have for unbelief? Un- Mixed grades of 180-210 pound
WELLBORN FLORIDA I belief was, with them, and is, withus barrows and gilts brought $15.01
hundred 210-240 the (
pounds
unreasonable. Why will men per
-- pounds $15.05, 240-270 pounds ___
$14, 160-180 pounds $14.46, 140-
160 pounds $13.81, 120-140 pounds
$13.60, 100-120 pounds $1320, and
For All Your NeedsWITH 80-100 pounds $13.

Most sows brought $12$12.90.A -
few boars sold at $8, with one our husband
stag bringing $8. _
.
GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE Medium and good feederpigsunder ; ,
LP married?
60 pounds brought $10.50-
$15, mediums at 60-90 pounds
brought $11.50-$14.50, while me-
T
dium and goods from 90-120 n
pounds brought $13.75-$15.50.
ARTHUR CROWE .

Human crosscirculationpermitting -
ATGREEN'S a second person's heart
and lungs to pump the glood ofa
FUEL person under surgery was
developed by an American surgeon -
C. Walton Lillehei, in 1954.
IN LIVE OAK

not believe? Why will men battle
the faith? What is it that opposesall
We Can Serve You Better spiritual movements? Why is

i More Economically Christianity not popular? We
know this to be true, Christianityis
not popular, nor has it ever
__ been, but WHY? This is the mys- ...
tery. It will win in the end, the
world knows this. Enough evidence : clotheslinesare

GAS APPLIANCES has been shown to this
world to prove that a thousand .
times over and still we travel on
in unbelief. This is truly the .
world's greatest mystery. ___ _
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appeared before the court and Guard.He pointed out that under aries of county employees A. M. duty dual-wheeled chassis and
I Social Security AnswersEditor's I Youths ConfessTo plead guilty to a charge of public the new plarr three Live Oak officers Mosely and W. J. Green. Com- body for the Suwannee Regional

drunkenness in the city. have. assignments calling missioners Bonds, Humphries and Library. Two bids were received

( Note: These questionsand In order to use this optional pro- BurglarizingCoin "You just can't stay sober, can for higher rank than that now Roberson agreed to cut their Ratliff Motor Company of Live
answers are compiled by William vision, the farm operator must you," the mayor quizzed held. In addition to Dale and blacktopping funds by oneeighthto Oak bid a Ford truck at 3252.10
M. Eanes District Managerfor make an. income tax report and "No sir, Cook replied. Baisden, Major Robert T. Tuttle provide available monies to pay :while Roundtree Motor Companyin
the Social Security Adminis- pay Social Security selfemployment MachinesTwo The mayor fined the man $15 will be in line for promotion. Tut- these raises.M. Lake City bid a Ford for $2,785.11. .-

tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites tax whenever his net income and $6 costs. tle has been assigned to the Signal J. Kirby, chairman of the Rountree was awarded the bid.
readers to mail their questions to figures out to $400.or more under of the five youths jailed Of the 10 cases on the docket Group Headquarters in a Lt. city council's street committee, Bids were also opened for a
him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta this optional method. for burglarizing a store operatedby for Monday's court session, six of Colonel's slot. appeared before the board and requested bookmobile body. Gerstenslager/
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries QUESTION: I am a retired Mrs. Steve Harrell and knownas them forfeited bond, failing to that the commissiioners Company of Wooster, Ohio, bid i
to this paper.) school teacher. I have never hada Taylor's Store, last week con- appear. designate streets in the city to be I $7,378.75 which was accepted by '0,.
QUESTION: How safe is my social Social Security number. Please fessed to stealing money from dispensing They were Lamar Hingson, disturbing No.5 paved along with county roads :. the board. This company builds -,
security? I have heard a lot tell me if I have to get one. machines at Bernard the peace $15 bond; Eu- ing; (5) Shower stalls in boys' when the board meets with the the only bookmobile body that
about running out of money and ANSWER: Beginning this year, Weaver's Service Station a few gene Forhand, public drunkenness physical education departmentneed State Road Department in March. meets the requirements needed.

wonder if I will get it when I am every person making a tax,return days before. $15 and $4 costs; Otis Riley repair; (6) Dollies neededfor The funds for this building would The commission opened its
65? to the 'Internal Revenue Service Sheriff Hugh Lewis said the public drunkenness $15 and $2 chair storage under stage; come from the county's second- meeting with prayer Tuesday for
will need a tax account number. two youths that confessed to this costs; Johnnie Williams, disturb- (7) Stage needs painting and re- ary road fund.Chairman the first time that anyone can re-
ANSWER: In more than Social twen- Since more than 100 million So- earlier crime, had implicated a ing the peace $15 and $2 costs; finishing. Props needed for stagein Roberson appointed a I member. The board voted to open
ty-five years of operation, cial Security numbers have already third member of the quintet Roosevelt Dudley, disturbing the order that better care can be committee to set up these city each of it subsequent meetings
Security has never failed to pay been issued to American jailed for the Taylor's Store job. peace, $15 and $2 costs; and Mack taken of the stage floor, walls, streets that need paving. Com- with prayer with the Suwannee
off. Every Congress keeps a close The two that talked were Mar- etc. and (8) Landscaping, drive- misioner
workers, the Internal Revenue Thompkins, disturbing the peace, ; Humphries was appointed County Ministerial Association
watch on your social security pro- vin Smith and one of the juve- covered walkway to Band to work with
Service thought it would be a $15 and $2 costs. ways, the Branford providing a minister on a rotat-
gram. Each year the Board of niles, Lewis said. They said that U Room and fill dirt needed in various city officials in determining necessary ing basis.
good idea to use this same num-
Social Security
Trustees of the
ber for the tax account. You can Erwin Jenkins had been in on areas. paving projects in that Rev. J. W. Baillie pastor of the
Trust Funds must make condition a reportto of get your Social Security card by the coin machine robbery. Approximately No. 4Artillery The club passed a resolution city.Bids Westwood Baptist Church, gave

Congress on the finances. From completing our form SS-5 which $15-$20 in changewas together with an Army unanimously to request the School were opened for a heavy- the prayer at Tuesday's meeting
Social Security taken from the machines. Board to rehire the present school
time to time, an Advisory Coun- can be obtained from nearly every type Band and a Special Forces
of the five school
Lewis said that principal for the 1963-64
in So- .
cil consisting of outstanding econ- Post Office (except those a Company.In
omists, insurance actuaries, bankers cial Security District Office city). members of "Satan's Angels" that making the announcement year.The FRANK HADDON'SHICKS
of the
jailed, one juvenileshad meeting was adjourned by
were
and businessmen social You will need this Social Securitytax General McMillan went on to say,
and study directly account number when you been sent to Marianna an- "this reorganization will providethe the president A. Jack Phillips, BROAD LEAF NC 96
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security operations report other had been released to live and the next meeting set for
on their findings. If there send in your. annual income tax State of Florida with a proper Order From
.
with relatives in Georgia.The Monday, March 4.
return. mix of both Combat and Support
were any real truth in the state- confinedto .
ments you have heard, these peo- QUESTION: Social Security is three adults are Jail type organizations, will make the TEXACO SERVICE STATION
the Suwannee tinder
How does the County Florida Army National Guard No.6
so complicated. gov-
ple and our Congress would be the
the next
bond awaiting BEST TOBACCO PLANTSSouth
$1,500
first to bring such facts to the attention ernment expect a poor worker like self-sufficient and considerablymore ance premiums. meals at the
of the American public. me to know what it is all about? term of circuit court. flexible and responsive to county camp and other discrepencies Ohio Ave.
"Satan's
Social Security is a growing pro- ANSWER: We certainly do not Lewis said the Angels"club State and Federal mission assign- which the county cannot leg- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

gram for a growing country. You expect you to know everything had disbanded. ments"; ally pay for. These debts were incurred Day Phone Night Phone
need not worry about the futureof about Social Security. This is the General Wadsworth termed the under former administra-
FO 2-2594 FO
your Social Security dollars. reason for more than 600 district meeting with general acceptanceas new alinement as most beneficial I tions and not the present board. 2-2963
QUESTION: I have been work- offices nation-wide and thousandsof more and more see the great to Florida as well as to the local The board voted to raise the sal-

ing under Social Security since it friendly helpful employees and potential such a movement would

started in 1937. am now 55 years traveling representatives thruoutthe have.
pld. I can quit work and live fair- country. You are sure to have That a thriving livestock industry -
ly well on my investments. If I do questions about- what Social Security would greatly enhance the LAST CALL LADIES SALE SHOES % PRICE OR LESSAll
means to you and your of this com-
this would it keep me from get- economic stability .

ting, Social Security later on? family. We are here to answer munity seems certain. Our Exclusives of Fall Styles Included.! Hurry For Best Selection
ANSWER: No, you have already those questions for you. Your responsibility Continued interest and general \
paid in for a long enough time to is to see that your support of the plan is not only
guarantee your payments at age record is correct. We will handle necessary but good business. Fin- Now $2.97
62 or later. But since we only drop the complications. ancial pledges to underwrite expense REG. $ 5.99 FLATS & CASUALS......
out five years of lowest income QUESTION: I got turned down of the project are being
from your record, you will find for disability because I lacked two taken by a committee headed by \ Now 3.97
of time. I REG. $ 7.99 DRESS & FLATS ..........
that the amount you get at age quarters having enough Lamar Hancock. It would be fineif -
62 may be quite a bit smaller thanif will be 62 next year. Can I get those wanting a part would Now 5.47

you have kept on working. paid then? contact Hancock's committee.A \ \ REG. $10.99 DRESS STYLES ..............
QUESTION: Your representative ANSWER: A man born in 1902, concentrated effort on the
told me that a farmer could will need 16 quarters at age 62,a part of this county will pay untold Now 6.47
make his self employment reportson woman 13, to get monthly old age dividends in a short time. REG. $12.99 DRESS STYLES .............

an optional basis., The way I payments. If you were short only Now 1.47

understand this you pay if you two quarters of the twenty need- No.2' REG. $14.99 DRESS STYLES ..............
want to, otherwise you can just ed for disability, you have more
forget about it. My neighbor says than enough to get checks at age est honor his FFA chapter can TRULY A GREAT SALE YOU'LL WANT SEVERAL

that's not right. He says every 62. present to a young man Farmer-he was of PAIR AT THESE LOW PRICES ALL SIZES WELL
named Star Chapter
farmer has to pay it whether he REPRESENTED.
the Suwannee FPA Chapter.
wants to or not. I'd like to get. set An Atomic Energy Commission .: .
Peat is a member of the Beta
straight on this. depository library on the Uni
Club and the National Honor So-
ANSWER: Only those self-em- versity of Florida campus, is one 'fiJiJCO"I"ANY
ployed persons who have net of two located in the state and ciety.

earnings for a year of less than contains over 51,000 authoritative RU Mt ..... P'.'." .SIN1.U/....
$400 are legally excused from pay- documents from the AEC. The library No. 3 C., SHOE DEPARTMENT
ing. In all farm cases where the serves Florida industry and other alternative but to revoke the
farm gross income is $1800 or less University personnel working in license.
and the net income is under $1200 the fields of medicine, agriculture "I'll be as lenient as I possiblycan
the self-employed farmer has the engineering and physical sciences ," he said. "I'm going to revoke /..0.I .
choice of declaring either his and the biological sciences. them for six months."If .
actual net farm income (or less) I didn't, and you got out :
or of taking credit for twothirdsof No.1 and hurt someone with your .
his gross income as Social Se- drunk driving I'd feel I had bloodon FREE FREE .
I see the new setup as a chal- "
curity self-employment income. my hands the Mayor charged.
lange and have no doubt but what
Betty Louise Ratcliff of Live I
officers and men of the Guard in
Oak appeared before the court on
Florida will continue to maintaina
AKC REGISTERED a charge of zipping through the
high degree of morale and effi-
CHIHUAHUASFOR intersection of Howard Street
I SALE ciency. and Ohio Avenue at 45 miles per

Male & Female From comment I gather the hour.
The mayor told the woman that
proposed livestock promotion AMBULANCE SERVICETHROUGHOUT
Call FO 2.2796 since she worked at the hospitalin
campaign now under study is
Lake City she "should be aware
of the fruits of fast driving".
In view of her two years resi-

V s dence in Live Oak with no previ-
ous traffic violation the mayor
SUWANNEE COUNTY
fined the woman $15 and suspended '#,
the fine.
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"If you get caught again, we'll
come back and pick up this $15 AND .WHITE SPRINGS AREA .
plus whatever else the other .
charge warrants," he told her.

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