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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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in this
It has been mentioned
f column several times that action

should be taken to provide rec-
Gov. Is Scheduled
reation facilities for the Negro ate To Pave Bryant
citizens of this county. This .
should include a recreation build- Two City StreetsBoard To Make Opening AddressThe

ing, swimming pool, and an inside Chairman Laure B.
basketball court. k :q Roberson said this :week that Field
Forestry Day program scheduled here e
Colored residents here appearto S.w S. the commission had designatedat April 11 promises to become a major event in the history ef
:w
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facilities Board
be happy with their school its Lake City Road
Live Oak.
and no doubt would wel- meeting two city streets to be
t rt come recreational facilities with paved as requested by the city Robert N. Hoskins, general forestry agent for Sea-

i the same enthusiasm. .tw.3;'_ 'ma council. board Airline Railroad, told the Kiwanis Club_Wednesday_
Such a project should be a + i.?:.ad.Wry., '."'x : .wa? S .'. The two street-paving pro- dignitaries from all over the na-

1, community affair with recreation jects will include curb and gut 4ti. 4: tion would attend the event. It

officials, city officials, county 1 OFy. I. .. ter. Both Parshley Street and will be covered by the major pro
commissioners and the school Suwannee Street will be paved. associations and television net

board sharing the responsibilityto These projects will be financed works in the state, he said.

see that definite steps are tak- through the county's secondaryroad Gov. Farris Bryant is slated t.
en to meet a recognized need. I fund. Roberson said the F Jk give the welcoming address to

To continue to avoid solutionof state agreed to include these visitors and guests at the site en

this problem is begging the 4 two street projects .in its next Walter Blume's property east of

Issue and 'COuld lead to unpleasant bid-letting. Live Oak.

happenings in the future. t .... The State House of Representatives -
Some discussions on the matter > has signed a resolution t.e
have been held with colored lead- + I Council Retires I 1 adjourn its session and atte d.

ers of the community. These The Secretary of Agriculture has
I should be expanded and definite accepted an invitation, and W. R.
plans developed. Veteran Officer (Bill) Adams president of St.

Regis Paper Company, will give

It appears the Board of County Hires New ManThe the principal address.
I Commissioners is continuing to "I don't propose to tell you thiswill
Kelly Weaver, vice-president of the Commercial Bank, views the broad expanse of water that
drag its feet in the matter of mean money in your pockets
I 4 hides the dam at Suwannee City Council Tuesday
'Courthouse renovation. This mat- $29,000 experimental Springs. tomorrow," Hoskins said. "But
*ter has been thrashed out dis- voted to hire Dewitt Staatsof you will have the opportunity to

cussed, talked about and recog- Live Oak on the police I sell yourselves the community,

nized as the major need of coun- Suwannee River Blankets Dam force for a three month pro- and the whole area for future de-

ty government for several years. bationary period ROBERT N. HOSKINS velopment.
'To continue to pussy foot on Staats will replace veteran Hoskins said the company
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the issue only results in the The $29,000 experimental stream is about three times I feet above sea level, a rise of policeman Cossie Bailey of would run two special trains into
Courthouse deteriorating almost wide at the dam site Live Oak who has served on SRA Fund-Cutting Live Oak one from Tallahassee -
dam on the Suwannee Riverat now about 18 feet, he said.
daily Suwannee Springs is out it was before construction I Robarts explained that the the city force since 1926. Rumors ErroneousRumors the other from Jacksonville.The .
I think the people of this coun- I Tallahassee train will bring
As the rampaging flow high water situation will have no The council voted to give
entitled to know what is of sight. stories that legislators cabinet members the
are and news ,
ty
into the far side of the affect the He said
way on experiment. Bailey 30 days notice effec-
when. The fury of the river and offici
going to be done and the Lafayette County Commis- governor government
spectators could see large that when the level diminishes
tive
The
aroused by early midwinter immediately. police sion cut funds to the Suwan-
of earth sand be
constantly giving around July, bags can als.The
The training program for main- rains has risen above the and falling into the swift placed to block the new channel study committee was in- nee River Authority this year Jacksonville train will bring

, tenance and custodial personnelof man-made obstruction in its In addition, several large and the dam will hold back the. structed to draft plans setting -I I are erroneous. primarily prominent business, industrial -
the county school system which path, covering the dam site have fallen victim to the water. up a retirement fund The Lafayette commission and government men!
began this week is one of the for the policeman.Staats contributed the same amount from various points in the nation.
three added that this
with approximately anger, while others sag He experimental -
most .forward steps taken by was recommended to the this year $500 as it did in Hoskins said the Jacksonvilletrain
designed to hold
and one-half feet of turbulent ously on the cut-a-way bank. dam was not
i esbool officials This has long back the river in high water. council by Mayor J. Marvin Phil" 1962.. In 1959 Lafayette Coun- at this time has 370 reservations -
water According to Harry
been,a crying need and by adopt- lips and Police Chief Elwood Ho- ty contributed $250 to the Au- from notables.
Robarts asserted that the Su-
As the river gained force before executive .
ing a sound program the school secretary of the River Authority has ward. Both men said they had interviewed thority, $1,500 in 1960, $1,500in The two trains will meet to
wannee spentno
board has no doubt assured that charging over the dam it cut a nee River Authority the Staats and he had 1961, and $500 in 1962 and Live Oak at 9:30 aja., Hoskias
maintenance and custodial costs new channel to the right of the was 38.7 feet above sea level money on this project. He I passed requirements recently set 1963. said. Prominent officials will be
will be reduced and at the same construction on the 'Hamilton I. construction on the dam was said the funds came from the
for new policemen. The counties that contributeto supplied, transportation in late
State Board of Conservation and
time care and upkeep of schoolTvrrmtirtv County side of the river. The gun. Now it's approximately the Staats is scheduled to begin the Authority may vary their model convertibles.

.t". ..<1 will improve-- the Authority.project was spearheaded by active duty as of March 15. contributions from year to year. Hoskins said the reason for this

This matter of maintenance is Situation Seen Serious After the Board of Conserva- "We appreciate the services of Harry Robarts, executive secre- nation-wide program is to point
one of ,the mojst preplexing prob- tion finishes its experiments in the council's police study committee tary of the Authority, pointedout. up the importance of forestry in
lems facing public'officials, for it the and hope it will continue to And inferences that a America. He pointed out that besides -
summer, the dam will be turn-
is costly and often is side tracked "Influenza Strikes County ed over to the Authority to make function toward providing the county cuts funds to the Au- the importance of wood and
for more glamorous items. further experiments and do withas city with "a police force it can be thority because of some dis- wood products forestry is valu-

i it fit. He said the Boardof proud of, Phillips said. gruntlement results in consid- able for watershed purposes, rec-
1 I suggest the Board of County Teacher Absences Are sees The study committee was com- erable bad for reational
Pupil High Conservation was particularly publicity the areas, and it has esthetic -
i Commissioners watch closely this posed of three council members, Authority. value.
interested in this project to if
act by the school board for see the mayor and the police chief.
per- Suwannee County residents for the past two the water level of other rivers in In other business the council During the same year that "Through research forest prod
haps some training would help
county employees charged with have been beseiged by such a large number of the state not only the Suwan- voted to instruct the city attor- Lafayette reduced its contribution ucts continue to grow even with
that the situation has nee could be raised Suwannee County increased the intrusion of substitute prod
neared success-
maintenance, not only of build- cases epidemic ney to draft legislation for the "
its funds by $1,000. This ucts, he said.Haskins .
ings but of the county road sys- Suwannee County Hospital reported that 35 fully. local delegation to pass a bill
both Bradford and Gil- said
flu had been admitted since : March Robarts said steel beams sup- amending the city charter to allow year America's expand
4. The
tem. i Monday,
I _.__ porting the dam were sank deep the council to appoint a city christ Counties increased their ing population causes less avail-
PIta
is completely filled,
I enough into the bedrock contributions. able land to grow food and fiber
at the judge at its discretion.The .
Interest in the livestock only more serious cases with
pro- bottom of the river the Counties contribute to the each. He added that the country
so current body also instructed the at-
motion Hickman plications being
program being sponsoredby Discusses are admitted
cannot affect the structure. Authority through special per- loses approximately two raiHfen
the Suwannee County Cham- ficials said.According. (No. 3 Continued on Page 8))
mission from the legislature. acres of land per year to population -
ber of Commerce continues to to the Maximum contributions are set increases.

mount. Rotary BeginningAt tor, whole families throughout Postal Employees Handle Volumes Of Mail DailyPoStofllee by statute. Lafayette's maximum Hoskins said this program in
Farmers the
of county are county have been stricken by is
$1,500.
(No. 2 Continued on Page 8))
showing great interest in the virus.

plan that will increase many fold Kiwanis Lunch Dr. Hugo Sotolongo who

this county's income from live- a bout with the virus, said he
stock for the basic idea in the Price Hickman, former District the spread of the illness has County Mail Service
project is to Improve the quality Governor of the Rotary Club, discussed reached its peak and should 8)I
of both cattle and swine so as to the origin and organization ually diminish. I
reap top prices for all animals of Rotary. He said there are several .Y v 3

sold.By Hickman said that as of Dec. ties of the flu being Seen Big Operation

making the project a five- 6, 1962 Rotary had 4,800 clubs cated among them the
year plan, sponsors foresee that at with a membership of over 500.- Asian variety. ...
the end of the period, Suwannee 000 in 128 countries. Some of the School Superintendent Postal service in Suwannee G. B. Ross on Route Three gee

County win have a livestock industry projects that Rotary supports include Williamson, who also fell County has become a big to Pine Mount through Live Oak

second to none and a little league baseball, scout- to influenza, could not be 7); Y operation.The and out to the Boys Ranch. Ross

steady monthly income for our ing, aid to youth, and charity, hew concerning the school county's Postoffice has 1,075 patrons and 324 families .

farmers.I Suwannee High Principal employs 19 people and dis- on his route. He stops at 28
think this is one of the most Hall said that while the boxes in 95 miles.
As an example of projects spon- hit hard from tributes mail to more than
were teacher
important
undertakings this
sored by individual clubs, he cited Route Five, driven by B. E.
12,000 The
postal patrons.
county has embraced, for the po- pupil absentees they would Sweat covers 136 miles the
frost
the Knoxville Rotary Club that ,
volumes of mail that
tinue to
tential is great and the ingredi- operate during $dtq pour '
Newbern Road to the Mayo Bead
raised $500,000 to start the Smoky
ents to make it work are right Mountain National Park in Ten- week. Hall said he hoped into the office daily are dis- and the whole Dowling Park see*
here. Fine.people make good plans short- week of classes would tributed in the city by two tion. His route Includes 1,346:
work, nessee. the spread of flu to diminish: walking mailmen and one patrons and 428 families. Sweat's.
Hickman said the that fore
program next week.
0 N mounted route, and in the 309 boxes make his route the
Rotary points to with greatest Schools win close Thursday
; five rural routes. largest in number of slope.
by
Slogan Entries Urged pride is its yearly sponsoring of Friday to allow teachers to country
to Each of these rural mall
These rural routes continue car
the
outstanding college graduates to Florida Educational
For' Livestock ProjectThe go to foreign countries and discuss tion meeting,in Jacksonville. be the backbone of mail distribution riers report to work to duty at

Suwannee County Live the real America with peo- Hall said the county's "+ 4 in the county. The five the Postoffioe at 6 am. daily and,
stock Promotion project spon- ple of different lands. A student can hardly afford to close. He 6u rural routes serve nearly 7,000 of leave to travel their routes at 7:34T

sored by the Chamber of Commerce from each district in the United plained that the state I'e< the patrons. am. They carry both letters and

needs a slogan. States is sent each year:: at the 180 days of operation per Route Four, handled by DaveR. packages.Inside
The contest is open to all Su- expense of Rotary International.The and if the schools close the McNeill is one of the largest Employees :
wannee County residents and missed will have to be made routes with 271 boxes 390 fami- To handle this bulk of mail the
offers a $25 prize for the winning funds for this program between now and the end of lies, and 1,560 patrons. McNeill interior of the Postoffice is a beehive -
selection. The winner will come from district donations to school term or the term covers 124 miles per day and travels of activity. Letters depositedinto
be announced at the March 26 the Foundation Fellowship in to cover the lost days. the Branford Road the Mayo the office to be mailed must

banquet held by the Chamber. memory of Paul Harris, founderof The principal said the Road and makes some stops on be put through a stamp oaneelM&g.

Entries should be submittedin Rotary. would have to.be made-up the Newbern Road. machine that is changed to about
a sealed envelope or packageto Hickman explained that Harris at year end or on Saturdays Wiley Bird covers Route One a different time of candling every -
the Chamber of Commerce formulated the club In 1905. It fore the term ends. He sp in Live Oak. He drives Hi miles : hour.
or the county agent's office. started from a rotating luncheon ted that either alternative per day. stops at 250 boxes, and Then the letters are dispatched.
The theme of the slogan should'' arrangement between Harris and bring heavy absenteeism.He employees (left) Arnold Brim and Louis Phil Brim"throw" has 350 families and 1,175 patronson This process separates all of the
point up livestock promotion. several other professional men pointed out that the mail into the dispatch ease for disbursing according to train his route. outgoing mail and files it aeeerdr

Drawings or an insignia submit- Hickman said the secret of the deducts $2 per day from schedules. Julian Drawdy (far right) runs letters thsough. the Route Two, distributed by E. E. lag to train schedules. The clerkin

ted with words are encouraged.The organization's marked success is funds for every pupil Postoffiee's automatic stamp cancelling machine before they are Garrison, covers 114 miles and charge of this function must

slogan selected will be that each member comes from a addition, the county has to dispatched. Packages and large letters are hand cancelled. The includes 1,319 patrons. Garrison be keenly aware of both train

printed on stickers for antomo- different professloa'or: 'business in additional funds to pay postal employees also display the new uniforms authorized this makes 259 stops at rural mailboxes schedules and the community. He

idles store window displays, and' must be the tiead'man" in tute teachers this year by the II.S. Fostoffice Department The and services 325 families.His must be able to dispatch 100 let
men wearing
signs, and letterheads his particular endeavor.- .'. (No. 1 Continued on Pare' their uniforms for the Mime in Live Oak. are route extends to Wellborn ters every four minutes to < and to the Jasper Road. (No. 4 Continued on Pare 8)a


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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK _
FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1963



li THE SUWANMEE DEMOCRATOF Fishing Fever FLORIDA'SFarm .


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In ... -
The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" .
REMEMBER> ,nLET'S
BANNER Consolidated LEADER c"MCW = YOUR LUNCH ,'If;,
Established 1884 August 2. 1897 EstabUshed 188 GO
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street ... 'HEYREJUMPI TAKE SOME Y10RF !I J
IN 'mPO Till.c oifvE..A ,
Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher T... FrontBy

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor -- -a at Fuqua Deserves Applausein

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager rd ..._ _.__u__. .. _
ovemDer, oeiore me gen- Fuqua has joined others in call-
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida Doyle E. eral
r t election, the Floridan urgedall ing for an investigation to ascer-
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00( ConnerWhen voters to take an interest in I tain the facts about Powell's activities -

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 the election and to carefully select and then to take appropriate -
ALL yYES' DEAR, something new is discov- a candidate and support him. action if the reports are
SUBSCRIPTIONS
Payable In Advance
KEEP THE LUCNQJ ered in research you never can We also urged that efforts be found to be true. Fuqua finds
3 SKILLET OOFFEE..CHEtK tell how far-reaching its effects made to strengthen both partiesby Powell's reported activities "a
Florida Press Association 4 HOT.. 5 O'CLOCK...
a r ECK. A may be.News. electing good men who would breach of ethics and public service -
Sl1WM1NE 9 reports in the produce industry work diligently for party princi- seldom experienced" in Con-
,, MEMBER OF CC>tlrJiY
have been featuring for ples.Don gress.
asoli SUWANNEE COUNTY cunMSER some time the increasing adop- Fuqua was elected the first In a press release, Fuqua said,

COMMERC tion of CA (controlled atmos- Congressman from the new Ninth "These charges if true, representone
Chamber of Commerce < phere) storage to extend the Congressional District, and so far of the most infamous breaches -

/ :LA\\ length of time perishable fruits has shown he intends to work fora of public trust the Congress has
and vegetables will remain fresh. stronger Democratic Party and : ever experienced and it is time

The CA method mixes carbon to uphold original principles of the House of Representatives took
Support 4-H Club Program dioxide and oxygen to inhibit the party. action to bring Rep. Powell to account -
which The latest example of this Is his for his activities.
I
Last week enzyme activity causes person-
i the familiar and white 4-H banner
took green I fresh food to ripen and then become concern over the furor raised by ally commend Senator (John J >
its
place beneath the American flag flying from atop rotten. Results have been actions of a fellow Democratic Williams (Republican Delaware)

the flagpole at the Suwannee County Courthouse in rec- astounding. Under CA conditions, Congressman. Adam Clayton Pow- for his action in calling for an

ognition of National 4-H Week. This clover-leafed ban- apples will keep fresh as long as ell of New York, who is also a accounting) and feel that it is

ner is familiar in Suwannee County and the nation be- twelve months, apricots up to ten Harlem preacher. past time for the House to take

cause it signifies an organization that has had a marked weeks sweet cherries six weeks. Reports of Powell's globetrotting some action".

impact on improving agriculture. It Happened In Pears usually spoil after twelve nightclub tours with female In the same editorial in November -

t' In America today more than 2.7 million boys and 4 weeks of refrigeration but CA companions his delinquent income The Floridan also urged that ,1

girls between the ages of 10 and 19 are enrolled in 4-H keeps them fresh a month longer.It taxes-his loans from gov- voters follow through with their .
clubs. Suwannee may be that CA will be wide- ernment agencies his absenteeism action by keeping informed on
These
groups of young people carry on a wide County ly adopted by producers and distributors from the important committee national affairs and by Iettm6 ,1

variety of projects in agriculture, home economics, citizenship for many kinds of pro- of which he is chairman, all their elected representatives know

and personal development. They apply the latest duce now depending on refrigeration r add up to a disturbing picture of their views frequently. Only in

scientific findings to determine the "why" as well as the :1 to keep them fresh until they the old-time free-wheeling politi- this way can an elected officialbe

"how" of what they do. Developing character and good ,. 1923 -1938 1953From reach the ultimate consumer. But cian.One sure he is truly representinghis
citizenship are long-range goals.In what about CA storage in the such man can do irrepar- constituents.

Suwannee County, 550 boys and girls from 10 to home? able damage to an entire political i Fuqua's actions so far show he

19 years old belong to and participate in 4-H Club acti- The Files Of The The food biologist who discov- party, as well as to his nation. Fuqua is deserving of praise, and he also
vities. This number ered what CA can do insists it can is "shocked by these revela- is deserving of letters from home
not
only represents a large percen- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT te adapted to home use. I would- tions", and feels "it is past time telling him how we feel.
tage of the youths in that bracket in the county but
age n't doubt it. One of these dayswe that Congress did something -Jackson County Floridan
it means a considerable portion of the adults in this may be able to buy a CA unit about it".

county, will be "graduates" of 4-H in the future. Forty Years Aso 1923The for home storage, possibly built '
Therein is the key to the success of 4-H. The futureof into a new style of refrigerator, WhistlingTime
Suwannee County Cotton
of thousands who
this county and the nation as a whole lies in the a majority the or as a separate appliance.
Club is being organized under the spent the day at Branford were magazine reports on one proposal as Medicare be adoptedthe
education of its youth, not in the browbeating of its adults. direction of County Agent C. E. visitors they were all glad to be t phase of the tangled tax situation increase will be well beyond

This idea sparked the origin of 4-H in America. Matthews and any boy or girl between there and Branford citizens gladto Another bit of news I noted recently : "Among students of the those presently scheduled.Still .

Around the turn of the century, agricultural leaders be- 10 and 18 years who would be their hosts. described a huge chemical economy these days the most the story does not end.

gan discovering that one of the best ways to break throughold care to join should see the agentat From Wednesday noon until firm research complex being builtat popular E topic is How to Stimu- State and local governments for
Frankfort
practices and get scientific methods used on farms and once and get instructions as to Thursday noon the crowds beganto Germany.The late Business by Cutting Taxes. In the most part, are rapacious in

in homes was to start with youth. So rural young people planting date-,- seed selection and pour into the little city untila particular[ interesting facility thing is the about labora-this the few general enthusiasm, all but a their search for new or increased
fertilization. sea of smiling faces assembled. flinty-eyed accountants seem taxes. It is of small moment to
were urged to center their learn-by-doing activities on tory planning. Next to each experimental to have over-looked the fact that the business
manifesting keenest interest in or the family whether -
improved agriculture. Corn, pig, tomato and canning The school board at its March the project of converting the Su- lab will be another in 1963 begins with taxes actually its income is reduced by the

clubs were forerunners of 4-H. meeting hired Sheriff Lyle as attendant wannee into a busy commercial which a team of workers will seek going up. Under a 1958 law, social federal income tax by the corp
After several years of discussion and formulation of officer for Suwannee waterway. to develop commercial uses for security taxes will rise by $1.8 billion oration tax, by the state income
in 1914 the Smith-Lever Act which any new discoveries made by their this year 50 cent of it tax
plans, Congress passed County. His duties will include per by a sales tax, by an excise
provided for cooperative extension work in agricultureand seeing that boys and girls are in Suwannee High School's bas- research Thus neighbors. to be paid by employers and 50 tax, by a property tax, by an unemployment -
if CA
home economics, including "boy's and girl's club school, and if not, why. ketball team ,played two games in had been discovered per cent by wage earners. This fund tax, by a busi-
there,
: every possibility for its
work." This law also established the system of Federal the state championship tourna- in business, use means that any income tax reduc ness license tax. or any other
industry and
the tion
Branford for one day at least ment in Gainesville last Friday that Congress may ultimately pocket-picking levy. What does
counties the basis
funds to be matched by the states and as home, would be subject to imme- vote will be
has been a city of between eight and Saturday. Though defeated, $1.8 billion smaller matter is the amount of money
of financial support for the cooperative educational pro- and ten thousand population.This the boys are in nowise discouraged diate investigation and every than it looks. And if Congress rejects left that can be spent as the earner

gram.Today was Thursday, March 8, and will set to work to raise practical development undoubtedly a cut in Income taxes, U. S. wishes to spend it and what
the 4-H program is a part of the national edu- when the big barbecue and Su their standard of playing so they would be exploited to.its fullest corporations will add $900 millionto that money will buy.

cational system of cooperative extension work. This program wannee River Improvement As- will be able to compete in the extent. their costs in 1963 and U. S. It looks as if those optimistswho
is/shared by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, sociation state land grant colleges and universities, and the counties. ( ,. teamed-up basic and applied lion less to spend." consumer spee<*biy-+ind bt|&an s
research would tend to speed up That is not all. The social security expansion, reeul&ng from a fed-
Federal and state extension services give leadershipto rwenty-Five Years Ago --- - 1938
= the
: temp with which new prod- taxes, under existing law, eral income tax cut are whist-
the program. But the people who guide and lead 4-H Fire completely destroyed the Suwannee County was repre- ucts come on the market. If you rise at regular intervals over a ling in the

are the thousands of youth-minded men and women radio sales and service shop of C. sented at the Fat Stock Show in think the pace is fast now, just period of years. Should such a I dark.Lake Wales News

mostly parents who serve as unpaid volunteer local H. Harris in the Hackney Build- Jacksonville last week by five i imagine what it will be in a few

leaders, and the older club members who serve as junior ing early Thursday morning. 4-H Club members. Each sold his I years. Too Good
Flames are thought to have developed steers for good prices and declared *
assisted
leaders. They are trained, counseled and by Aside from its harbor and Princess
French taxes.
in the rear of the shop they will fatten cattle again Next to the methods for releas-
county agents. Grace Kelly, the most beau- Late reports from that storybook -
around the work bench on the next year. ing nuclear energy the "laser"
The of 4-H in Florida and in Suwannee Coun- tiful thing about Monaco has been
purpose east wall. When the blaze was Claude Fletcher purchased one (light amplification by stimulated principality are that Mona-
ty is to develop leadership, citizenship, understanding, discovered, the entire store wasa of the Suwannee County steers emission of radiation) may turn the absence of a tax collector. co's building boom has halted and

self-assurance, skill and dependability. Its aim is to pro- mass of flames.A and has arranged to sell the meat out to be the most important discovery This blissful state of affairs, real estate prices are sagging.
vide meaningful experiences that will help youth developinto through Burnette's market in of this century. This is the which has been in effect for a With one blow. General De Gaulle
century, has been rudely scuttled. has brought the little dreamland
responsible, mature adults.A statewide masonic school of this city. machine which has shot a thin
By whom? Who else but GeneralDe tumbling.And .
few of the programs that 4-H youths participatein instruction for three days begin- beam of light to the moon with Gaulle.
to 'build character and good citizenship include pro- ning next week has been ,an- Mike Tsacrios announced here hardly any spreading effect whenit so, deprived of the chief
The French
president, unhappy attraction for with
conservation nounced by the Grand Lodge of today that April 5 had been set struck. If a searchlight could i people moneyto
duction and marketing projects, engineering, that tax-free Monaco-based busi-
spend, the that
Florida to be held at the Masonic as the date for a clinic for crip- do that, the beam would spread to money helped
management family living and personal development.One nesses were competing with taxpaying -
keep Monaco's home fires burn-
pled children to be held under about 25,000 miles
Temple here. on the moon'ssurface. .
point that should be stressed is that 4-H todayis auspices of the American Legionat French businesses, decided ing, the prince and the princessare

designed for all youth. While the organization was the Woman's Club in Lake City.L. The laser is about the hottest the time had come for Monaco to faced by the problem of tax-
originated primarily to improve agriculture, today it has Tom W. Allen announced here thing to hit the science front in Join the union. Monaco, soon payers elsewhere: how to live
activitiesand Wednesday he would seek a seat made aware of who held the high happily ever after- after the tax
educational
Its .
a universal appeal to all youth. M. Kent grocer and butcherof recent years. Research labora-
special projects include such non-agricultural pursuitsas in the State Legislature of Group this city, reported Monday that tories by the hundreds are investi- cards, yielded, and now Monaco- collector has called.
two of this county in the Demo- based companies and residents of -Jackson
recreation conservation his business during the last few gating the possibilities for County Floridian
health using
electricity, safety, cratic primaries in May. less than five years have to pay '
weeks has been the since this
money management, automotive and career exploration.The largest marvel of harnessed light
all he opened his store on the corner I rays from military uses such as
and activities need and deserve
programs One of the outstanding 4-H of Church and Howard Streets a "death ray" and ray guns, to KillingOne
the support you can give them in,the years to come. The Club projects is being conductedby last July. small devices for use in delicateeye of the disturbing things races. All have equal freedom and

many public-spirited men and women in this county who Landis Barnett, son of Mr. and brain surgery. about emotional feelings, including opportunity (or as nearly equalas

guide 4-H as volunteer leaders need your talents and and Mrs. E. M. Barnett, at the Legionnaires and their ladies I The laser ray has pierced diamonds sometimes faith, is that they our civilization has yet achieved -

energy to lead our growing 4-H clubs in the future. home of his parents a few miles enjoyed a birthday celebration at I and steel and performed tend to excite some to perpetrate ). We do not kill one another

'south of O'Brien.D. the Masonic Temple Tuesday in other wonderful feats. I'm expect- excesses. The history of our civilization because of differences in religion,

F. Sowell, assistant extension observance of the 19th anniversary ing at any time to learn that a shows that we have prob- political allegiance, social custom,
Have you Had Your Soil Tested Lately? poultryman termed Landis' of the founding of the body. use for it in agriculture or the ably killed as many people in religious or philosophy.So .

Droller-raising program among Similar parties were held thru- food field has been discovered.: wars and crusades as for let us continue to respectthe
County agent Paul Crews told the Kiwanis Club a the finest in the state. out the nation. Radioactive isotopes already have any other reason. dissenter. Let us continue to

few days ago that Suwannee farmers could add an extra been put to work in agricultural There is also passion and emotion respect the individual, the non-

$2 million dollars to the county's agricultural income by Ten Years Ago - 1953years research and some irradiated in other fields of debate, political conformist. Let us allow people

testing their soil and following recommended fertilization The city and county commis- to the Leedy-Wheeler and foods, needing no refrigeration to social and ethical. The one and sections and groups to have

practices.He sioners in a joint meeting here Allenman Investment Brokers of preserve them are about ready to great solution for all passion their differences and not penalize
I
explained that the farmer need only take the Monday unanimously passed a Orlando. come on the market.i emotionalism and intolerance is them because they do not con-
resolution stating Suwannee'sjreference the broad knowledge that none of form, or follow the majority will.
trouble to fill a few small bags with soil samples
up paper
knows he
is
us right. The other
for the proposed routing Miss Fredna Haas of McAlpinwas Some of our Florida citrus Let us have the tolerance of Jes-
from various areas of his field and turn them over to the
of U. S. 90 through town. declared winner of the Su growers got a helping hand this man or woman who disagrees us, and staunchly defend the
county agent. The agent then sends these samples to the winter from fruit -might be right! right of individual
For the first time the action wannee County 4-H Club Leader- growers In every to express -
experiment station at the University of Florida where they gave the county a unified fronton ship Award this week, Mrs. Es- Washington State. And here we come to the great his convictions, even thoughwe

are chemically analyzed. The results of this analysisare the controversial question that ther Harper, home demonstration About 8,000 smokeless type orchard lesson the United States has giv- may disagree with everything
returned to the agent who recommends: to the farmer has been bandied about for more agent announced yesterday.Joe heaters scheduled for a en the world. We are a country of he has to say.

the type and amount of fertilizer needed to harmonizethe than 10 years. farm supply organization at Yakima many religions and creeds and Lake Wales News

minerals in his soil for optimum production.This Sharpies manager of Shar- were shipped to Florida after -
service is free of charge to the farmers. Local medical men said here pies Clothing Store in Live Oak the California manufacturer Eden RegainedIt

This is a program that has more often than not been this week that the case of polio was unanimously elected presi- obtained permission to divert is a reasonable assumptionthat been the only prevention keep
reported here is an isolated case dent of the Live Oak Rotary Club them. there was no poison ivy or ing out of the
weeds and
overlooked by Suwannee farmers and one that could fields,
and no spread of the dread diseaseIs at a meeting in the Colonel's According to the Yakima store poison oak in the Garden of Eden, shunning the hikes and
increase their income. this is cookouts -
greatly Right now county indicated. Those who may have Room of Sweet Pea's Restaurant manager valley growers there are or the uniform of the day would camping hunting, and fieh-
reaping approximately 35 bushels of corn per acre on the had contact with the stricken Monday. S. Jack White assistant making an effort to replace have been something more formal -

average. The average yield should be in excess of 80 child need have no fear of con- postmaster, was elected to the smoke-billowing pots with approved than a fig leaf. ing.But that, we are told was

bushels per acre. And it could be if farmers would test tracting the disease a local- doc- secretary-treasurer's post. smokeless heaters. He expects But it Is an equally reasonable terday. Today, ;your deetor yes-has

soils and follow scientific cultivation methods. Even then, tor said. about 10,000 of the smokeless certainty that these vile weeds news for you! Ask him about tab-

this figure would be below the national average. The Junior Chamber of Com- units to be put in service flourished just outside the gateas lets or hyprodermic shots for poison

This program should not be put off until next year. Chief Perman Foy said this merce was given the go-ahead there this year. they do everywhere else and oak ImmUJ zatien. But don't

This ."wait until next year" business is like tomorrow; it week his department would begin !signal by the city commission at i that ever since the Fall of Man wait for spring. Even if you start
a crackdown on roaming dogs :its meeting here Tuesday to or- Newest thing to the food mar- they have sorely plagued the now, those treacherous vIBes will
ne ver comes. In this city as provided by pres- der street markers to go up as keting field is the "Strpermat", an human race. be lying in wait far
Take advantage of this soil testing program made ent city ordinance. He advised soon as they arrive. oversize vending marline which Eve, no doubt, was the first to finish the six-weeks you before' you
available to you at no charge. You will find your farm owners of pets to take precautionsby The city donated $350 and the makes available about 25 or 30 experiment with herbs and treatment. cause of

income rising sharply with more efficient production, actually penning their dogs and having Jaycees $100 for the markers. frequently needed food items suchas charms and even incantations to Here is a mew

realizing a greater yield at a lower cost. them inoculated.A Thirty-five were ordered. They milk eggs coffee sugar, and relieve that itch we dare not for everybody bah
r will be erected in the downtownareas other staples. sag one bid will
scratch! And dozens of preparations go down In the history+
Even if the world is your oyster, you've got to pry master $600,000 water and first, and as more are pur- Completely automatic and coin- perhaps hundreds of mating the world safe boob fir as
the
open the shell yourself. sewer 'project for Live Oak 'was chased win be put up all over operated!& miniature 'store" Is them have been developed Sunday School pteieiWtshingtOB

U put into working here Tuesday town. open 24 hours a day to accomo- since. Some now available do a f
night when the city commission date the housewife who Geaaiy Newsa.
runs out good job of soothing the
The really difficult thing ,about knowing- right' fromwrong approved a resolution 'pledging Sheriff Hugh 'Lewis and Rep. of something In her kitchen at an after the poisoning has 1'ictm-1 I Be .

o is deciding which to do.' its utility taxes for the next 30 (No. 1 ContInued .a Fare 7) odd hour. place. Avoidance, 'many careful others are__Bet.F you. drh9. 00PAGE

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THURSDAY, MARCH 14,' 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THREE



II Boys Cottage Dedication Set I County., Health Nurses Hear Talk On Cancer I

; Seventeen Public Health Nurses Board of Health. He presented an' that set the stage for deft
from Suwannee County and six informative talk on cancer with of different types of cancer. Sole
11 surrounding counties held their the emphasis placed on cytologyand of these factors are chronic irritations -
1 The recently completed Boys monthly In-service Education early diagnosis of cancer of such as smoking radia-
Cottage at the, Advent Christian
meeting at the Armory in Live the cervix by routine pap smears. tion, too much exposure to sun
Home in Dowling Park will be Oak Wednesday Mar. 6. At this time, cancer is the lead- and chemical contact in certain
1 1K dedicated on Sunday March 17. The speaker was Dr. J. E. Ful- ing cause of death in women 35-54 working conditions.He .

Dr. Wendell Stearns, professorof ghum. director of the Division of years of age Dr. Fulghum said. said the best preventative
psychology at Berkshire Chris- Chronic Diseases, Florida State He stressed the need for thorough measures that can be taken at
tian College in Lenox. Mass., is regular check ups in order that this time is to avoid smoking ciga-
scheduled to deliver the dedica- an early diagnosis be made. rettes, and avoid over-exposure to
tory address. Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions He also brought out that there sun and close observation for the
v According to Pomeroy Carter, are certain contributing factors seven danger singals of oaneer.
superintendent of the home, the
new cottage represents a new con
cept in housing for orphans. The Beachville 1
single-story modern building is a Here is a list of new subscrip-
sharp break from the crowdedold tions and subscriptions renewedto
dormitory type housing. the Suwannee Democrat from We were glad to have good attendance E. Odom but will be held ttite
This new cottage is planned for March 1 to March 8. at Sunday School last Friday. Mar. 15. All members: are
12 boys. It has a newly furnished Sunday, there were thirty-two urged to be present for the election -
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSGeorge
living room, recreation room, din- present. Let's try to keep Improv of officers.
Recently completed Boys Cottage at the Advent Christian Home featuresnew
A. Bittner, JacksonvilleCpl.
ing room, kitchen and six bed- We .
to learn
are that Mrs.T.
concept in housing orphans. The building is already occupied. ing.A sorry
: SherriU N. Skinner, Santa
rooms. In addition, the cottage number of Beachville folks KF. Beach is not doing well
has a living area for houseparents. Ana, Calif. attended the funeral services for at all but hope she will soon be
a Tom Everitt Jacksonville Mr. James E. Odom at the Alton better.
These houseparents Mr. and s Theron Hingson McAlpin Church of God Friday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Austin Cannon and ebil-
Mrs. Herald Duckworth, will live James T. Hingson McAlpinI. Odom and family lived here dren visited t her parents. Mr. and
in the home with the youths. W. Gaylord O'BrienP. for some time in his early marriedlife Mrs. James Sandlin, in Lake City
Carter said. And the youths and M. Conine, JasperSUBSCRIPTIONS and has a sister Mrs. T. F. Saturday night.

their houseparents will engage in RENEWED Beach and two brothers Willie Rev. Marvin Odom filled his appointment
activities like recreation, eating L.O. and Clyde Odom here, and a at the Mikesvilie Ad-
Florida Power & Light Co.
and attending church as a family number of other relatives.Mr. vent Christian Church Sunday.
Aulden D. Musgrove, Rt., L. O.
l
unit, he added. Remember church services next
and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland
H. S. Wright Rt., L. O.
Carter said the building was Sunday and let's try to be feere.
son Wayne of Gainesvillewere
J. G. Brim, Rt., L. O.
constructed at a cost to the home Visitors are always wefeocae.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- very
Charles Hall, L. O.
of 15000. He explained that labor .
lie Beach
Robert L. Allison, Largo Sunday.
cut
donated to the project a
P.F.C. Carrol Cason, U.s.A.F.,
Henry Romeike, Inc., Staten
considerable amount of the costs. The undeclared war using auto
Homestead and Mrs. Cason, were
N. Y.
; Island mobiles as How
The superintendent said the weapons goes on.
<: guests of his parents, Mr. and
R. D. Carmichael, TallahasseeO.
Advent Christian Home is one of many will die in 1963?
the only licensed nursing homes J. McCullers Rt. L. O. Mrs. H. C. Cason, last week end.
that its .Jl..A. T. S. Dees, Delray Jeach Willie Odom entered the vet- R R R r
in this He
area. stressed erans Hospital in Lake City Mon- FOR THE FRESHEST
services are available to people of The cottage has six bedrooms, each designed to accommodate two boys and Suwannee County Health Dept.. SEAFOODS
where he will
L.O.James day undergo surgeryon
all denominations rather ,than provide each with a separate desk. M. Fortner, Tallahassee his foot. We hope he will soon Mack's Fish MarketPine
those of the Advent Christian .., I
:;' be much better.
Hubert W. Neveils, MargateC.
faith. yw2yuc Ave. ,
", B. Motte, Wellborn Our Beachville W.H. & F.M. Freshness
The dedication services will begin and Quality Assured :
at 3 Sunday followed by f1( ..: Ii1L Kenneth E. Fletcher Jacksonville was postponed last Friday on account Phone 3621650j
pm. : : .:
: :" ; of the funeral of Mr. James j "
an open house in the new cottage.
Refreshments will be served and : W. C. Starling, Rt., L. O.
W. H. O'Brien
the is invited. Tidwell.
public
Willie Mae Washington, L. O. CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
Other activities at the home
scheduled for this week end include *1IiJFv C. W. Clayton, L. O. ENGINEERS
Sammy Kent, New Smyrna
a board of directors meeting FOR LP OR NATURAL GAS
Gilda Koon, O'BrienC.
on Friday and Saturday with Dean Lewis Gainesville We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
nine men attending from various blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
areas of Florida including Live R. G. Griffith. Branford for LP and Natural Gas.
Oak, and directors from Connec- llrf1.r:':'. Franklin F. Allen, Albuquerque, We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the

ticut, Indiana, and South Caro- N. Mex.G. customer prefers.
lina. > ... : h D. Crawley Jr., Fairmont W. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS

In addition, a dinner for theHome's f41'Tt" \ ': ",. : :_ Va.Oscar. Green, L. O.
Citizens Advisory Com- W. C. COPELAND JR.
mittee will be held at 7:30 pjn. ':, __ ,(0 '." __ M. L. Wilson, Rt., L. O. ,
Saturday. This board is composed Mrs. J. A. Jones Rt., L. 0 HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
The cottage's spacious, 15-by-20-foot living: room has all new furniture. J. W. Phillips. Boca Raton
of 50 professional men in Suwannee -

County. Ladyland Club Met Tuesday, Mar. 5 I -

(School Supplies at McCrimon's) The Ladyland Home Demon- The roll was called and answered -

stration Club met Tuesday, Mar. by "Something To Help 4-

r members 5, at the present.Mrs. club house. with eleven meeting H'ers"The.minutes were read of by the the previous secretary Iin the open test that tears 'em aparL.the Daytona 500 I '

I J. B. Bennett, president, Mrs. W. J. Warren, and the
ECTI presided over the meeting. treasurer's report was given.
The devotional was given by Miss Bernice Shuler spoke to Ford durability conquered the field
STAN'S 66 SERVICE Mrs. A. W. Ward who read Pro- the club on "Time For Living".
verbs 22-6 and spoke on the topic Refreshments were served by
90 West
Highway "Train Up A Child", followed by Mrs. H. W. Thomas after the
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THURSDAY, ,
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK FLORIDA PAGE THREE



I Boys Cottage Dedication Set I County Health Nurses Hear Talk On Cancer I


Seventeen Public Health Nurses Board of Health. He presented an that set the stage for development
from Suwannee County and six informative talk on cancer with of different types of cancer. Seme
The recently completed Boys surrounding counties held their the emphasis placed on. cytologyand of these factors are chronic irri-
i Cottage at the Advent Christian :: monthly In-service Education early diagnosis of cancer of tations such as smoking radiation -
Home in Dowling Park will be meeting at the Armory in live the cervix by routine pap smears. too much exposure to awi.
I dedicated on Sunday March 17. Oak Wednesday Mar. 6. At this time cancer is the lead- and chemical contact in certain
Dr. Wendell Stearns professorof The speaker was Dr. J. E. Ful- ing cause of death in women 35-54 working conditions.He .
psychology at Berkshire Christian ghum director of the Division of years of age Dr. Fulghum said. said the best preventettw
College in Lenox Mass.. is Chronic Diseases Florida State He stressed the need for thorough measures that can be taken at
scheduled to deliver the dedica- regular check ups in order that this time is to avoid smoking cigarettes -
l tory address. an early diagnosis be made. and avoid over-exposure to
+' According to Pomeroy Carter Suwannee DemocratSuhSCriptiOllS He also brought out that there sun and close observation for the
-8fi superintendent of the home the are certain contributing factors seven danger singals of cancer.

a new cottage represents a new con
1 cept in housing for orphans. The
r single-story modern building is a I Beachville
w'v Rv Here is a list of new subscriptions B
/
sharp break from the crowdedold and subscriptions renewedto

( dormitory type housing. the Suwannee Democrat from We were glad to have good attendance E. Odom but will be held ths
This is for
new cottage planned
March 1 to March 8.
at Sunday School last
Friday Mar. 15. All members
are
C(
12 boys. It has a newly furnished
living recreation din- NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSGeorge Sunday there were thirty-two urged to be present for the fee-
ti- room room
ing room kitchen and six bed- Recently completed Boys Cottage at the Advent Christian Home featuresnew A. Bittner JacksonvilleCpl. present. Let's try to keep improv tion of officers.

rooms. In addition the cottage concept in housing orphans. The building is already occupied. Sherrill N. Skinner Santa ing.A We are sorry to learn that Mrs.T. .
has a living area for housepar- Ana Calif. number of Beachville folks KF. Beach is not doing weH
1 ents. Tom Everitt Jacksonville attended the funeral services for at all but hope she will soon be
Mr. James E. Odom at the Alton
better.
r
These houseparents. Mr. and Theron Hingson McAlpin
Mrs. Herald Duckworth, will live a g :. James T. Hingson McAlpinI. Church of God Friday afternoon.Mr. Mrs.%Austin Cannon and children -
in the home with the youths W. Gaylord O'BrienP. Odom and family lived here visited her parents Mr. and
_ z Carter said. And the youths and M. Conine JasperSUBSCRIPTIONS for some time in his early married Mrs. James Sandlin in Lake City
life and has a sister Mrs. T. F.
their houseparents will engage inK .. Saturday night.
activities like recreation eating, az. Y RENEWED Beach and two brothers. Willie Rev. Marvin Odom filled his appointment .
and Clyde Odom, here and a at the Mikesville Ad-
; and attending church as a family Florida Power & Light Co.. L.O.
S '7 'unit, he added. Aulden D. Musgrove Rt., L. O. number of other relatives.Mr. vent Christian Church Sunday
Carter said the building was H. S. Wright. Rt.. L. O. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill Remember church services next
_ constructed at a cost to the homeof J. G. Brim Rt. L. O. and son. Wayne of Gainesvillewere Sunday and let's try to be there.
15000. He explained that labor Charles Hall L. O. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Visitors are always very wetoome.
.
donated to the project cut a Robert L. Allison Largo lie Beach Sunday.
)i considerable amount of the costs. Henry Romeike Inc., Staten P.F.C. Carrol Cason. UJS.A.F., The undeclared
war using auto
JJ.The. superintendent said the Island N. Y. Homestead and Mrs. Cason were mobiles
.3k. as weapons goes on. How*
Advent Christian Home is one of R. D. Carmichael Tallahassee guests of his parents Mr. and many will die in 1963?
e only licensed nursing homes 4 O. J. McCullers Rt., L. O. Mrs. H. C. Cason, last week end.
m; this area. He stressed that its k. T. S. Dees Delray Beach Willie Odom entered the Vet- An AI''! l ...

services are available to people of The cottage has six bedrooms each designed to accommodate two boys and Suwannee County.Health Dept., erans Hospital in Lake City Mon- i FOR THE FRESHEST
.. all denominations rather ,than provide each with a separate desk. L. 0 day where he will undergo surgeryon SEAFOODS
those of the Advent Christian ....,.,. James M. Fortner Tallahassee his foot. We hope he will soon Mack's Fish Market
t faith. Hubert W. Neveils MargateC. be much better. I
: Pine Ave.
The dedication services will begin S ; {:\. 11jj., B. Motte Wellborn Our Beachville W.H. & F.M. Freshness and Quality Assured :
at 3 ... was postponed last Friday on account -
pjn. Sunday followed by .:.(::. Kenneth E. Fletcher, Jacksonville Phone 362-1650
I an open house in the new cottage. < of the funeral of Mr. James ,-J*. JUUWUUWUUUWUJWUUW
Refreshments will be served and W. C. Starling. Rt., L. O.
the public is invited. W. H. Tidwell O'Brien
J Other activities at the home Willie Mae Washington L. O. CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING

) J scheduled for this week end include C. W. Clayton L. O. ENGINEERS
a board of directors meeting Sammy Kent, New Smyrna -
i on Friday and Saturday with Gilda Koon O'BrienC. FOR LP OR NATURAL GAS
i f nine men attending from various Dean Lewis GainesvilleR. We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
areas of Florida including Live rY Ay. ? Z y H. G. Griffith Branford blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
? for LP and Natural Gas.
\ Oak anddlrscxOTs from Connecticut Franklin F. Allen Albuquerque
We lend sell
E-"rt or tanks or have metered system whichever the
diana and south Caro- { AM N. Mex.G. customer prefers.

-- {. r fr D. Crawley Jr., Fairmont. W. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
'|In' addition, a dinner for the Va.Oscar.

i Home's Citizens Advisory Committee Green L. O. W. C. COPELAND JR.
I.r will be held at 7:30 pjn ... M. L. Wilson. Rt., L. O. ,
Saturday. This board is composed Mrs. J. A. Jones, Rt., L. 0 HUnter Madison I IIin
3-2218 Florida
of 50 professional men in Suwannee The cottage's spacious, 15-by-20-foot living room has. all new furniture. J. W. Phillips Boca Raton ,

County
1; I Ladyland Club Met Tuesday, Mar. 5

(School Supplies at Mcdimon's) The Ladyland Home Demon- The roll was called and answered -

stration Club met Tuesday. Mar. by "Something To Help 4- -

H )J I members 5, at the present.Mrs. club house. with eleven I'meeting H'ers"The.minutes were read of by the the previous secretary the open.test that tears 'em apatt..the Daytona 500 I

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J. B. Bennett president, Mrs. W. J. Warren, and thetreasurer's
presided over the meeting.
report was given.
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The devotional was given by Miss Bernice Shuler spoke to Ford durability conquered the field1st,2nd,3rd,4thand
STAN'S 66 SERVICE Mrs. A. W. Ward who read Pro- the club on "Time For Living ti
\ verbs 22-6 and spoke on the topic Refreshments were served by
Highway 90 West
"Train Up A Child", followed by Mrs. H. W. Thomas after the
_LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
the Lord's prayer in unison. meeting was adjourned.

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SOl= SCORE OF DURABIl points. It is open competition-anyone can enter-and the one thing that-is

) Dries clothes in minutes softer, fluffier, wrinkle-free STAMINA 00 PIRfOflMAIiCE proved by its searing 500 miles is just exactly how well a car hangs together. At

and sweeter-smelling than when dried outdoors. Day or AT DAYJONA.FIB.24.1963 Daytona, Florida, on February 24, five brand-new 1963J4' Fords showed the world

night, rain or shine without exposure to whiplash NUMBER J1NJSHED NUMBER POSmONS what durability means by sweeping the first five places. And that has never been

winds, air-borne dirt, or sun-fading. STARTED equaled in Daytona history!

Less wardrobe 12 '&3' mms C 10.11,17,24: The box score at the left tells the truestory..car all the other things that go into Ford's.
I changes are needed. The saving can mount
endurance that takes brutal concept of total performance.
I quickly in homes where small children outgrow
up
rapidly
their clothing. 5 13 c mocm Z S,14 punishment and comes back for more. These were the same '63% Super -

No proving ground can equal this Torque Fords that made styling history

An Electric Clothes Dryer costs less to buy and only 7 '63PCH11ACS 3 7.1,13 kind of torture. Daytona was a chalat their preview at Monaco, and

J pennies per load to operate. It's flameless needs no lenge we welcomed, a chance to which were recently announced at

flue, so you can install it anywhere. 5 '63 PLnIOUTHS 3 1.18.23 prove in open competition the essenyour Ford Dealer's.They're yours now; "
tial durability that makes possible the get behind the wheel and find out for
For complete washday freedom, go all-electric in your
I silence, the solid road-grip, the ease of yourself what total performance meant ;
laundry, with automatic Electric Washer, Clothes Dryer, 2 'S31X ES -
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I, Pine Level Against Ranger Advises BurningThe Funeral Services Branford FFA Team Wins LandThe Judging Contest


Third Annual Kiwanis Saunder was high scorer and received earn the right to represent Flor-
Florida Forest Service
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fdrtner. a few days last week in Pompanoand for Suwannee County For Mrs. Mildred sponsored Land Judging Contestwas the gold medal. Gene Box ida in the national contest at Ok-
announced -
spent the week end in Pensacola also visited friends in Holly- held Friday on the John placed second and received a silver lahoma City.Assisting .
that due to
today the
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fortner wood and Miami. rainy weather lond warm 95 HeldFuneral Leonard farm about four miles medal, and third place and a in the staging of the
I
lately
own- Egger
and Mr. and Mrs. James Fortner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and: ers shouldn't do south of Live Oak.Participating bronze> medal went to Jerry local event from the KiwaniS Club
more control
While there they attended the children attended services at I burning until any next winter. services for Mrs. Mil- were FFA teams Cribbs. Assistant County Agent were John Adicks, president

ordination service of James Fort- Rocky Sink Baptist Church Sun County Ranger Feagle stated dred Letitie Egger of Rt. 3. Box from the Branford, Suwannee Fred DeVane was the team coach. Garth Nobles chairman of tb*

ner as deacon in the Baptist day morning.Mrs. that to control burn at this 85 in Live Oak were conducted in and J. F. Williams Chapters and Both teams will participate in Boys and Girls Committee; and

Church. Bertha Berglas and Carl time could the Westwood Baptist Church one 4-H team. the state contest at Gainesville E. K. Hamilton Division Lt. Gov-
cause quite a bit of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes Tressler attended services at Riv- damage to timber trees especially Sunday with the Rev. J. W. Bail Each team consisted of three Friday Mar. 29. state winner will ernor for 1963.

visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes erside Baptist Church Sunday lie and Rev. John M. Haynes of- members plus one alternate. The
young pine trees. He fur-
winner in the FFA Division was
Saturday afternoon.Mrs. morning.Mr. .
ther stated that Suwanneecrews ficiating. Mrs. Egger was buriedin
Bertha Berglas and Carl and Mrs. Drew Holmes vis- and the City Cemetery.Mrs. the Branford team with Wilson
equipment avail-
Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. R. ited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole able to assist land owners was with Eger, 95, died on March Suggs as their advisor. They will
receive the awarded to the
W. Moseley Thursday night. Sunday night. plaque
8 following a coronary attack.
legal burning and fire line
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wall of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore vis- plowing. The grand old lady was born winning team to keep for one I
!Morrow Ohio spent Tuesday ited Mr. and Mrs. Louie Fortner year. This is the second time the
Applications could be made in Opelika, Ala., on Nov. 10, 1867
Branford team has the rightto
night and Wednesday with Mr. Friday night. won
shortly after the rumblings of
calling 362-3130
by or by coming -
and Mrs. Drew Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Moseley of gunfire In the Civil War ceased. keep the plaque having won it ,
by the Suwannee Head-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and Jacksonville spent the week end Her D.A.R. bars hung from her the first year it was presented in
quarters on US 90 West, he said.
Jimmy visited'Mr.. and Mrs. Slim here with Mr.. and Mrs. R. W. shoulder to her belt each one 1961.
Touchton Sunday afternoon. Moseley.Mr. representing an ancestor who Individual high scorers in the

Misses" Jo Beth and Ann Johnson and Mrs. Omer Wall and fought for America's indepen- FFA Division were Gerald Barns AT
and Lorraine Townsend attended Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs. Here And ThereMr. dence during the RevolutionaryWar. first place and gold medal. Ray-

services at Riverside Baptist Avon McMullen Wednesday af- mond Smith second place and

Church in Lafayette County ternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Harland J. Lloyd She had enough badges and silver medal both of Branford WORTH'S
SURPRISE
Sunday morning.Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Roberts and Bradenton, were visitors with Mr. symbols of various kinds to bedeck and Lewis Ward third place witha STORE

and Mrs. Drew Holmes children of Lake City spent Sat- and Mrs. Joe Hill Smith Tues- her vigorous little person in grand bronze medal from the Su-

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. urday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew day afternoon. Mr. Lloyd is the style. wannee Chapter.In .
Willie Howell. Holmes.Mr. Department Commander of the the 4-H Division, Stanley NEW
She was a member of the Or-
Veterans of WWI of the USA. Inc-
.Mr. and Mrs. H. M.Moore spent and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were Mrs. Lloyd is Department Chiefof der of the First Crusade of the SPRINGFASHIONS

Staff of the Ladies Auxiliary. Order of the Magna Charta. She Winston RadfordGets

Veterans of WWI of the U.S.A.. belonged to the Knights of Carter +
LOW COST LOANS AVAILABLEFOR Inc. ; Knights of the Golden UF DegreeCharles :

FINANCING Horseshoe Colonial Dames of
Winston Radford of :
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES the Seventeenth Century. She .
Cecil }'t.Vebb has set up Live-Oak is one of 645 studentsto
(TVs WASHERS, DRYERS ETC) was a member of the Southern
: NEW AND USED AUTOS benches throughout the state featuring Cross Chapter United Daughtersof graduate from the Universityof .,- ARRIVING
an anti-communism mess- Florida under the new tri-
PERSONAL LOANS the Confederacy and a vice
because "America has been mester
system.
age
FOR ANY WORTHWHILE NEED president of the Everglades Chapter DAILY
MONTHLY good to me and I want to pay The degrees were granted
PAYMENTS of the Daughters of the Am-
.... ... ." TO FIT YOUR BUDGET her back", the president of the erican Revolution.She without ceremony' to the students IN

----- ,--. Dixie Lily Milling Co. explained. admitted in anticipation of one
once cheerfullyto
ALL FINANCING formal commencement
convocation -
being a "joiner" but brushed -
BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING JUNIORS
for all graduates each
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
supper aside her decorations with:

Come In And Talk Over Your Needs With Rufus Baxter Wednesday night. "That's all ancestor stuff. I'm academic year scheduled for 6-15

'". "The Friendly First" Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wall, Mr. proud of this. I earned it myself.'" May 4.Radford. /
c and Mrs. Drew Holmes, and Mr. The "this" she referred to was majored in building: e MISSES

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF and Mrs. Gordon Keeling were the; past president's pin of the construction at the University. s 10-20

LIVE OAK dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs: Florida Chapter Daughters of Two students from Jasper also -

Willie Howell Wednesday. Founders and Patriots of Ameri received degrees. William Ar- HALF-SIZES
vU Drury received a Bachelorof 12VS-2454

ca.She Laws degree and Ollie Jerome -
first came to Florida in
-EYfQY A 1883 and made Miami her perm- Farnum graduated with a p

I I UFPTfJL77 anent home in 1897. She is survived Bachelor of Science degree in \ $6.99F

;1# by two daughters Mrs. An- forestry. ,
rd nie Wright of Live Oak and Mrs.

Agnes Beck of Live Oak: one sister $8.99
; Mrs. R. M. Greene. She had Lanier Infant Dies *
0 FOR RENT FOR SALEFOR 5
LITTLE ADS grandchildren 18 great-grand- r
children and 2 greatgreatgrandchildren. -
FOR RENT Downstairs front SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins Funeral ServicesThe

BIG RESULTSBUYSELLEXCHANGE apartment. Very comfortable guaranteed not to leak. Active pallbearers were Green .

convenient location. Call 362- Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf Ross, Parkhill Hopkins A. P. Nott infant son of Mr. and Mrs. NEW SPRING

2208. cge tf Manuel Fernandez, Lamar Hancock Wallace Lanier of Melrose form- 4 i
SALE New and used
FOR plan.
erly of Suwannee County died in '
Whatever the purpose you will and C. N. Stich.
FOR RENT Two furnished os. Frier Music Co.. North Okie
.
the Alachua General
find Democrat classifieds do Suwannee Funeral Home in Hospital in
was
apartments. Call 362-2319 or Ave.. Live Oak 362-2188. FASHIONSFOR
and well. Gainesville
the job, quickly charge of arrangements. on Wednesday March "
362-2935. cge tf cge tf 6.

- FOR RENT Furnished apartment 9 HP ALL GEAR drive economy Cause of death of the onedayold -

DEADLINE FOR INSERTION private bath, private tractors. The finest for farm Homestead Filing infant was attributed to pre- ,
5:00 PJM.-Tuesdays mature birth. The infant was LITTLE FOLKSDRESSES
front and back entrance con- and garden. Three models to

LOW RATE FOR RESULTS veniently located. Call 362- choose from. Attachments for Deadline LoomsTax buried in Clayland Cemetery on TOO!

2742. cge tf all uses. Priced far below any- Assessor William (Hub) Thursday March 7.

2V cents per word with a thing in its class. 905 Fifth Gray Tuesday advised property Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.Lucian' ''C. I. CASTRO *
minimum of 15f. FOR RENT Furnished apartment Lanier of Live Oak and
Street Phone holders that the deadline for and
with one or two bed- 3623051.pbee 43-46 filing: for homestead exemption Mr.and Mrs.Jack Gilley of Grun.
must be paidin LILY BEE
classifieds
(All
Private entrances no dy Va.
rooms. this year is April 1. Gray said
advance.) small children. Phone 362- FOR SALE Registered Angus approximately 200 had not filedas Suwannee Funeral Home was \ 1X2.99

ONE WEEK FREE 2441. 608 W. Duval St. cge tf bulls. Also horses for sale. Call yet. in charge of arrangements.

362-2788. cge tf In addition he announcedthat
Classifieds ordered for four FOR RENT Furnished bedrooms r
75 owners of intangible PRESSURE CREOSOTED :
"B" $7.99
FOR SALE 1 John Deere to
the last week free. and comfort-
weeks, run spacious
property had not filed with his
$2.25 will pay for a 30 word able. Gas heaters and running tractor 1 tractor powered 2- Fence Posts Poles, Etc.
office. The said letters
advertisement for four weeks. location. blade 7 ft. mower 1 four disc assessor
hot water. Convenient will be mailed to these individuals SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING
Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds 44 tiller 1 drag type harrow all in -
for Proven Results. Phone 362-2118. nc good condition. Price $1,050. next week urging them to CO. REPEAT OF SELL-OUT!

FOR RENT Six room furnished John C. Thomas, Rt. 1. Branford attend to this matter before the BALDWIN FLA. 2664251GO

house. Call 362-1074. cge tf Fla. Phone 935-2922. deadline.: .

0 For Sale-Real Estate paje 44 &MRW....... "" ._QHIPMRNT..,& A.A" &".......a .. ..

FOR RENT Two apartments I
1. New block and stucco two bed- Conveni- FOR SALE Take up paymentson
and monthly.
$35 $40
room house large lots; ently located. Adults only. Call 1962 house trailer 10' x 58'. MODERN WITH (filf|| )WARRENGAS FUEL :
2. New frame asbestos siding
362-2527. caej 43-44 Will take anything of value for SEAMLESS STOCKINGS
*
three bedroom. two large lots my equity. See Paul Green at -

3. New frame house asbestos siding Mott Buick Co.. Live Oak Fla.
FOR RENT Downstairs apart-
four bedrooms two large ment with private entrance. paej 44-45 WORTH MORE 2i'FThbecause :! ::
lots. Phone 362-2368. C. M. Mc- -
Granahan Evelyn, Ave. Comfortably furnished, good lo- FOR SALE 1957 Plymouth :," 2 Pair $1. .
cation. Call 362-1295 or 362- '
pcae 42-45 suburban station wagon auto- 'I'
2164. tf f fl
Cge
: \tf:
matic
transmission heater F .__
4 miles south of Live .... .. } 100DuPont
1. 120 acres good condition. Also Hot Point :t. : 01. Irit's '9 Nylon
Oak on Highway 129. Nice 3 Five room unfurnished house for ''''t:1-

bedroom home 169 pecan trees. rent, $45 per month. Call 362- See electric at 702 range Hamilton very reasonable.Ave.. after cured'r I t' .9 Streak-Free 400 Needle
Priced to sell. 2744 Mrs. C. G. Travis 724
5 pm. pge 44 O Micro-Mesh
Brown St. tf
2.5 acre homesite 4 miles SW oLive cge

Oak on paved highway. FOR RENT Three bedroom :O Reinforced Toe
FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished with t
Good terms. house South 1 11 I
house close in. Newly painted on Ohio Avenue: 1
3. Sold. inside. Large screened back also two bedroom apartment on .O Greater Absorbency
Suwannee River Realty WinstonJ. South Ohio
Avenue. Phone 362-
Rogers Realtor. P. O. Box 217. porch drying yard. Phone 362- 2630. Winston Rogers, Realtor. O No-Bind Top
Phone 362-2630. cafe 44 2236 or 362-2537. pge 44 cge tf


FOR SALE Three bedroom WHY WE CAN
brick home tile bath carport 0 Motor Rewinding 0 SALESMAN WANTED WARRENGASA

natural gas heating hot water OFFER THIS
heater Cable TV. 304 Martha. Repairs and RewindingAny

St.. Sherwood Forest. Call 776 Kind Electric Motor VALUE TO YOU

2505. pbbe 43-47 Also Sales and Service NEED WORKWE Dependable Warrengas gives you even heat distribution

CALL perfect temperature control:your tobacco: baa more MADE BY ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST
FOR SALE -Two bedroom block Meddlers Electric Motor Repair HAVE OPENINGS FOR uniform color and texture.

house in Pinewood SubDivision. Telephone Day 362-3278 30 LOCAL No danger of spoilage during the curing process. HOSIERY COMPANIES
GIRLS
Low monthly payments and Night 362-3326 WHO
Warrengas No smoke odor or fumes-no danger
small equity. Contact Joe Brin- I -
217 E. Howard St.
son. nc tf WOULD LIKE TO EARN is the tp.Gas of contamination. .. MADE IN ONE OF THE MOST MODERN
Hunter Bros. Building memberofthe
.
FOR SALE Two residential caJJ tf UP TO $50.00 PER WEEK of Gulf qualitypetroleum family W tIff A GET HIGHER PRICES FOR SEAMLESS HOSIERY PLANTS

lots just two blocks from Setz-
er's Store best buy in town. 0 MISCELLANEOUSVISIT .1 PART TIME FOR INTERVIEW BETTER TOBACCO:

Easy terms.- H. E. Leech. I WRITE P. 0. BOX

cbbe 44-46 ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.

Machine machineless. and cold i 366. !i chjj 42-45 PLIVE BUY NOW !
? -
0 HELP WANTED rators-Annie wave permanents H. Mills given. Mary Ope- I OAK GAS CO. '

WANTED Women to work soda Drew Boatright Myrtice Croft, : 0 WORK WANTED

fountain and curb. Apply in and Frances Johnson. Phone

person A & W Drive In. cge 1 tf 3621831. cge tf INCOME TAX RETURNS E. Howard St. Ph. 362-2424

CURB SERVICE girls wanted. Douglass High School parents and Long Form (1040) $4.00 .

Apply in person to Parker's patrons are urged to join their Farmers Form $4.00 i

Drive In after 11 ajn. cge 44 P-TA now. We need your help. Brown's Bookkeeping Service 0 1

Call J. L. Bevell principal,'362- Office Nobles- 6 miles west I IN BUSINESS TO SERVE YOU

9 LOANS 1192. cge tf Ferry Road t
pcjj 41-44
Septic tank and drain field % RADIO CONTROLLED TRUCKS
J
FARMERS: It takes money to cleaning. Suwannee. Madison
make money. See your coopera- and Hamilton Counties. Call J. 0 WANTED OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEIN .

tive PCA for a farmer-planned W. Darby. 792-4631 Jasper after -

10an..'Terins\ to 7 years. See 6 pm. pcjj 42-45 WANTED A Christian lady or CURERS WORTH'S SURPRISE 'STORE
North Florida Production Credit -
couple to share
home
for
my
Association S. Ohio Ave., LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY-With TANKS FURNISHED WITHOUT
362-2588. Live ,Oak. Florida. companionship. Mrs. J. C. Freeman "Where Your Dollars Are Worth More" ..
cdjj 41-44 Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply 723 Brown St., Live Oak. CHARGE

08c. Cheek Drugs paejj.44-18 Phone 3623291.: cge tf ,


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if* THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1363 .- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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For National 4-H :Week :f'" '"-* Seven Girls Win Laurels At 4-H Demonstration EventsPictured I SAL Forestry Agent Speaks To Lions I


I Suwannee 4-H Club Members Robert N. Hoskins. General the program.
: Forestry Agent for the SeaboardAir The visitors will number about
u Line Railroad Co.. was guest seven hundred. The day's events
I Present Special Events Program /Fh r YrZY: speaker at the Lions Club meet- will be held on the Walter Bye
ing Tuesday night. property west of Live Oak and
County 4-H members representing seven clubs pre- Hoskins. who is also editor of will be nationally televised by a
March 7 in >" < the Seaboard's publication "The leading net work.
sented a program of special events Thursday, .. '
'connection.with National 4-H Week. About 75 adults at- / Forestry Bulletin", spoke to the Music for the occasion will be
% } Lions about the Forestry Develop- furnished by the Suwannee and
tended. .. \ > ment Program that is to be held Branford High School Bands. Box
The 4-H idea is "to learn i by doing. Demonstrations : JMoo in Live Oak on April 11. lunches will be served on the
were given In home economics Beulah Community Clayland ) He gave to the club a back- grounds. Hoskins stated this is to
\ and related areas such as Beaut- Lucky Clover Lucky 'Leven, Pine < ," ground of the development pro- be a great day for Suwannee
f fication of Home Grounds Foods View 5th, Pine View 6th, and Su _----Jp gram that has been carried out County and Live Oak.
y .. and Nutrition, Health. Child Development wannee Junior High 4-H Clubs. 1 : in other southern states and the Hoskins was introduced by Leon
Home Improvement- The remaining 4-H Clubs j' { t success that has been derived I McDonald, program chairman for
and Clothing. I McAlpin Community McAlpin A.. ,; from the program in promoting : the evening.
Special demonstrations were also School, Wellborn School and : n industry. Prior to the address Hos
above are 4-H Club winners in the recent County Demonstration events. They are (from oy
given in Entomology and Beef Community, and Branford Schqol Hoskins stated that most of our I kins Tom Abercrombie presented
Cattle. Public Speaking and talent 4-H Clubs will hold their County left) Libby Moore and Nancy McDonald, most outstanding junior demonstration; Carol Ann Castle- industries are tied in closely with awards to several Lions for out-
d' completed the program. Demonstration Program Thurs- berry, most outstanding junior public speaker; Jeanie and Jeffrey Poole, most outstanding: talent; forestry and that in promoting!I standing work in the club during
r Judges for the event were Mrs. day, March 21 at 7:00 pjn. in the Mavis McDonald, most outstanding: senior demonstration; and Joy Gude, most outstanding: senior forestry other industries are attracted membership development month.
I t E. K. Hamilton. Mrs. Julian Roberts Branford School Cafeteria. Every- public speaker. to develop the productsthat Visitors to the club were W11-
and Mrs. Charlie Hunter. one is invited to attend. forestry creates. lard Patterson. Bernie Swing.
Winners were named as follows: He stated
further that two Charlie Huffman Aubrey Fowler
Most Outstanding Senior Dem- Minor Traffic Cases Heard In City CourtMayor trains would come to Live Oak. and A. P. Wimberly.
? onstration Mavis McDonald in 'Birthday' Rites Set one from Jacksonville and one Ru
Foods and Nutrition; Most Outstanding J. Marvin Phillips in rear wheels began skinning, caus- lic drunkenness, $15 bond and $4 from Tallahassee bringing the Florida should continue to regard -
Junior Demonstration For Branford OESThe City Court Monday fined Charles ing the truck to veer out of con- costs estreated. leaders of many large industrial the European Common Mar.
uzy Moore and Nancy McDon- Branford Order of the Howard Olive $15 for reckless trol and crash into a telephone organizations to participate in ket as one of her greatest poten-
ald 1n *a team demonstration. Eastern Star Chapter No. 112 driving and causing an accident the program. Many of the state's tials for European citrus exports
"Mealtime For Little Folks";; I will celebrate its 44th birthdayat and suspended the penalty on pole.He explained that he shifted Mrs. Ella Calhoun dignitaries will be present and says John T. Lesley,Florida Citrus
Most Outstanding Senior Public the Masonic Temple at Bran- good behavior. gears to pass and his back wheels some of them will have a part on Exchange general manager.
Speaking Joy'' Gude. "Our Na- ford Tuesday, March 19, at 8 Olive, who has recently com- began spinning at that point.
r tion's Education" Most Out- pleted a four-year hitch in the 87 Funeral Held
pan.In Damages to the truck were con- ,
standing Junior Public Speaking addition the chapter will service testified that he was trav-
Carol Ann Castleberry "Fun honor a grand representative, eling north on Walker Avenue siderable hundred dollars coupled damage with to several Flor- Mrs. Ella Jane Calhoun 87, Special Through Tuesday, March 19
On the Farm"; and Most OutStanding Mrs. Faith Protsman of Live when the mishap occured. He attempted died March 5 in the Suwannee
Talent Jeanie and to pass another vehicle ida Power and Light Company'sproperty. County Hospital following a leng- .
MACKS SPORT SHOPPhone
Oak.All Olive had no liability
Jeffrey Poole "Pink Shoe Laces". members are urged to at- with his pickup truck when his thy illness. She had been livingin
Participants were from the tend. A social hour will be held.Had insurance.Mrs. Suwannee County for the past
Jessie William Baker, six months with her daughter, 362-1305 221 W. Howard St.
Skinner charged with causing an accident Mrs. Maggie C. Godbolt. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Henry and having no drivers license, appeared She is survived by four other
16 TO 18 FOOT Reg. $1.00 Value
before the court. daughters. Mrs. J. A. Howard of
60 Dies MondayMr. She testified that when she Jacksonville Beach Mrs. EstherC. CANE POLES 59c
pulled up to the intersection of Blood of New Smyrna Beach,
Your Vaccinated Houston Avenue and Parshley Mrs. Ula C. George of Jacksonville -
Dog Skinner, 60, passed
Henry Street, her foot slipped off the and Mrs. Lois C. Thomas of 202 ZEBCO Reg. Price $11.90
in Lake City hos-
away Monday a brake onto the accelerator and St. Petersburg; two sons James
pital following a lengthy illness. sped her 1952 Willis into the path Calhoun of Jacksonville, and ROD & REEL Special $ 7.95
Columbia Coun-
in
He was born of Herbert Black's 1950 Ford trav- Thomas Calhoun of Jesup, Ga.
Against Rabies? ty, living in fifteen Suwannee Countyfor follow- eling north on Houston Avenue. Funeral services were conducted ZEBCO 33 Reg. Price $19.50
the past years
Mrs. Baker had procurred a Friday in Soperton, Ga. Burial
t.CITY ing retirement from the U. S. valid license before the court ses- followed in the Zaidee Cemetery REEL Special $12.95
Army. He was a member of the there.
and the First sion.The
American Legion
Mayor continued the case James B. Daniels Funeral Home
ORDINANCE No. 467 requires I Baptist Church. until next week when damage estimated was in charge of local arrange- SPECIAL PRICE ON ALL
include his wife. Mrs.
that all dogs be vaccinated rabies Survivors would be available. Mrs. ments. AND RUBBER BOOTS
against Henry E.Skinner; his mother and Baker's vehicle had no liability in. LEATHER

by March 1 st. If you have not done this, step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Nat surance. _Not Varnished Value
Several $2.25
U King of Live Oak; two daughters, Lengths
Other before the court included Smvannee Senior
cases -
it is imperative that you do so immedi. Mrs. Betty Stapelton and Mrs. I
Robert L. Mixon, reckless BOAT PADDLES $ 1.50
ately. You are not required to go to the Virginia McCarroll, both of Live driving and having an accident, Play Is ScheduledThe
Oak; one son, Henry E. Skinner, School I
continued until next week; El- Suwannee High
City Clerk's Office. The Veterinarian will U. S. Navy; one brother, W. B. bert Washington reckless driv- Senior Class play entitled "Bull Come In And Lees Talk Fishing And

furnish all tags and receipts. Again we Skinner Live Oak; and six grand- ing, $15 bond estreated; Jessie In A China Shop" will open on Get Your Pocket Book Fishing Calendar
children. Marvin Ratliff speeding, $15 Friday, March 15, at 8 p.m.
would like to stress the importance of Funeral services 'will be con- bond estreated; Charles Parker, The performance will be in
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p.m. in the First Baptist Church Admission for 'I
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and having it the This with the Rev. C. B.Davis officiat-
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Cannons To Celebrate Junior Women's Club
; News From
I Branford 50th AnniversaryMr. Discusses Style ShowThe

and Mrs. R. 1\[. Cannon International Affairs d> -
will celebrate their 50th Wedding -
partment of the Branford Jur };
BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Anniversary Saturday Womena Club met TtK da> nai-:
March 25, from 2:00 til at their at 7:30 in the Womens r' ,'.
home in Branford with a re- Building

School Projects Discussed Adult Recreation ception. No invitations are being During the ttttttae6 meet.:;t ..

Program Is Set sent but everyone Is invitedto spring style show WM diseased:

FHA Chapter Entertains An adult recreational program attend. and plans were made to prev"
the style show ThtftMtoy. Mart
married
geared for couples -
; 28, at 7:36 tn the BfMtfMd+ Scho,)
and "older" young people Geiger To Teach
With
Group Special ProgramBy has been scheduled for the Cafeteria. ,
f After the btMtaeM meeting :r' -
Branford High School Gymnasium ,
By R. M. Chandler each Tuesday evening. s A yy arA CD Course In freshmente were served by Jac i: '

The Branford-Parent-Teacher Association enjoyed a Games such as paddle tennis, cam IoMeI.

program presented by the Future Homemakers of America valley ball, table tennis, bad- Personal SurvivalA Those attending the. meets'
were Mrs. W. S. Ware, iiresiden
minton, and similar will C
of the local school at their regular meeting Thursday games t,,
be played. Everyone above l .'. of the Senior Women dub Jud
night, :March 7. school age is invited. ) .at course in personal survival Moses Betty Motes, Joann Odon,
i Mrs. Oscar Munch, home economics teacher, super- will be conducted in the Branford Georgia Walker Cheryl Meletf
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vised and directed the program, 11z ., < School Cafeteria beginning March Patti Priest Vonoefle Smith, !\fhi
21, at 7:$0 pm.
with TV EducationProgram
which included a devotional job. Mrs. Munch deserves much Jackie Cannichael.:
All persons 16 and above are .
Phyllis Koon as narrator. Excerpt "
credit for the fine job she has -
from Miss Koon's introduction: these w ii 4tu 'ta .: invited to join the class.
with girls.
done ReceivedIn The is designed to make Excuses fu 1
"Because the homemaker has The recommendations of the course ood or barf -
placed her trust in the Lord and the citizens aware of the dangers few friends in a modem world
executive committee were approved >>
His Son rules In her life. When .> involved in a nuclear war. Also
as follows Committee to com- Branford Area !, A
the Christian is in fellowship with plete the last project of this to provide them with some ways fense personal survival class?';
her Heavenly Father the fruit of of protection against radiation. having taught in Wafculla Cout :'
A. Perry
school composed of
year Operation Alphabet, an { ,
var. The course is scheduled to last
the is For her
spirit
produced. Wilson Suggs, Thelma
home we find 1 Joy, Linda Faye FIssel Geiger., and Robert Weaver; this instructional television pro- t 1. twelve; class hours, meeting for ty.The public is urged to take ad-
designed to raise the b ; two hours each session until these
Watson 2-Peace, Judy Humph- project is to landscape, plant gram vantage of this offering and r -
educational level of functionally hours have been accumulated.A. efcusSAVE .
Ties 3 long Suffering, Betty and shrubs in area south teadeaeh and every
grass '
illiterate citizens in Perry Geiger. principal of
Lee, Gentleness, Amy Suggs, and west of the Cafeteria Build- 'w
5-Goodness, Karen Roberts, 6- this; area, is being well received LK; the Branford High School, will
Meekness Linda Bailey 7 Temperance ing.Geiger announced that classesin by the public.The J conduct the class. Geiger is certified .
Belinda "IT'S OVER THATAWAY, 'SIB!" Gor. a 12-foot, 200 pound to teach the class, having a
or Self-Control, civil defense will begin at the program is being telecastby
scaly green robot asks directions back to his motel room from Day- certificate from an instructorscouse
Lawson, 8-Love, Elaine Griffin, school Thursday night Mar. 21 at WUFT-TV Educational Tele-
and 9-Faith. Loyselle Hatch. 7:30 o'clock. You owe it to your- vision Channel 5 in Gainesville tona Beach Area lifeguard, Gary Haugr, after a stroll along The which was taught in Tal- 3
Janey Johnson sang "Blest Be self to attend these classes of sur- from! 6:30-7:30: pjn. each Monday World's Most Famous Beach. James Marshall said be built the lahassee. He has had previous
in civil de-
The Tie That Binds". vival for you and your family. Tuesday, and Thursday. "thing" in his spare time two years ago for use in a traveling experience conducting
The program was presented by The training you receive wouldbe The station has announced that show, "Terrors of the Unknown." After the shock wore off, he WAYSON

Miss Joann Thomas. She said the very helpful in case of a natural beginning March 11, an additional attracted a large crowd of curious beachgoers. ON
FHA is an integral part of the disaster such as, tornado, time has been provided. On USE
homemaking program and it pro- hurricane, flood, or fire. Monday and Tuesday at 9:30: ajn. Automobile
vides opportunities for students to Geiger introduced Louis Berry and Thursday at 10:45 son., the Branford Personals FUCO Insurance
have additional experiences in maintenance coordinator for the program will also be broadcast.
planning and carrying out activi- school system. Berry stated that In addition. WFGA-TV Chan- 1. New Low Rates.
ties related to homemaking.Any the last four weeks had been nel 12 in Jacksonville is present- Mrs. Fred Jones, Mrs. Leona Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and Brand 2. Safe Driver Savings.
student enrolled in high spent in restoration of boilers ing the program at 6:10-6:40: am. Gunter, and Mrs. L. A. Sims visited son, attended the high school 3. Local Agent Service.

school may become a member; and safety controls in all school on Monday Wednesday, and Fri Mrs. Harmon Townsend and basketball tournament in Gaines- SEE. .
% InsecticideFOR
membership is voluntary. units in the county.. day. This schedule will enable Mr. and Mrs. Brantley Sims in ville Thursday night.
Miss Thomas also stated that A nominating committee com- those who cannot view the pro- Bradenton over the week end. GM2 John Perry Cribbs spent Arlie K. Townsend
Linda Faye Watson was runningat posed of Mrs. Leon Hatch, Jua- gram on Channel 5 to receive it Mrs. Sims remained in Bradentonfor the week end here with his fam- InsuranceWilbur
the state convention for par- nita Fletcher and Mrs. Ruby on the Jacksonville station. a short visit. ily after being in the 6th Fleet BEST RESULTS
liamentarian. Two girls that are Smith are to report at the April The program is tailored to raise Mrs. Mae Hatch, who is under- overseas in Naples, Italy for the St. Phone ttt-1104
delegates to the state convention. meeting, their selection of officersfor the educational level of people going treatment at the U. of F. past seven months.Mr. .
Miss Inez Bass and Miss Jonnye the school year of 1963-64. who have less than a fourth grade Medical Center spent the week and Mrs. W. B. Thomas
Kay Bradley introduced other The fifth and eleventh grades education. These people, classifiedas end at home with Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles
members who gave a history of won the room count. functionally illiterate by the Howard Cheney and family. Thomas of Gainesville Thursday
the FHA. The meeting was adjourned by U. S. Bureau of the Census, are Rev. and Mrs. Sayer Canova night.A. MARCH' 19-24-JAX COLISEUM
How the FHA was organized, President Robert Weaver followed urged to watch this series of pro- and family of Jasper spent Thurs- L. Purcell and mother, Mrs.
Judy Humphries; How FHA is by refreshments served by the grams from the privacy of their day afternoon in Branford visit- R. R. Gilley spent the week end Tickets en Sale et Coliseum, 1145 E. Adorn,
Oi at Door Before Each Performance
financed Betty Lee; What typeof hostess committee. living rooms. ing friends. in Bushnell visiting Mr. and Mrs.
meetings they hold, Loyselle Ironically, literate persons must Mrs. Elisabeth Bryant and Mrs. John Purcell. Mrs. Gilley remained w''S -J 's 1
Hatch; The Creed, Amy Suggs; transmit this information. Newsof W. B. Thomas were business visitors for a week's visit with her son ',:/;;. 18TH 1' H *

Eight purposes Elaine Griffin; Branford these programs via printed material in Gainesville Thursday.Mr. and family. FABULOUS '
Motto, Linda Bailey; Emblem. ; cannot reach people who and Mrs. C. F. Johns and .
YEAR!
Karen Roberts; Pin Janey John- cannot read.Women's. family and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace There must be some old timer S .
son; Flower Belinda Lawson; School Johns of Lake City visited Mr. who remember when movies had b SPECTACULAR _

Colors, Charlotte Fletcher; De- Club Sets and Mrs. Glen Murray and fam- people sitting up in love scenes. j and FUN.FILLE0.! 41 ; .t,,
grees of achievement and their ily Sunday afternoon. The Stinger Midway Island. ,
MenuMarch t! el ,
symbols Phyllis Koon; and Ac- Organizational '
tivities of FHA during Pat The ,,
year Branford Women's Club if(
18 through March 22 .
Parker. will hold -
MONDAY its regular meeting FRANK HADDON'SHICKS "lllf SiflfW
Pianist for the Branford FHAis Wednesday, March 20, at 3:30: 1. Aorr
Peggy Ware; she is also district Cold Hash Cuts Brown PotatoesCabbageApple pjn. in the club house. BROAD LEAF NC 95 : 74t.: r V MY LANS"w

chairman and will be pianist for Salad The program will be on "WhaWomen's Order From ;/\ ,/ r' r .11 1C'P $ HNmnw "
the state convention.A Club Means To Me"There ,.,-,,'

fashion show was given that Bread Peaches Butterfilk will be a discussion on some TEXACO SERVICE STATION tidY'AiiZ "1 STAINES"
would make Dior sit up and take things the Women's Club could

notice. Eight girls modeled their Baked Horn TUESDAY accomplish with all of its mem- BEST TOBACCO PLANTSSouth $3.50 rows 1.17 Mar. 19-22 8:00 P.M.
own dresses made in class or at bers working together. Ohio Ave. $2.50 rows 18-29 Mar. 23, 8:45; Matinees:
Sweet Potatoes
home and they did a marvelous Mrs. W. S. Ware, president, an- LIVE OAK FLORIDA $2.00 rows 30-33 Mar. 23-24, 1 P.M.-5 P.M.
Fresh Pole Beans nounced that she is very anxiousfor Children under 12, half price at S P.M. Shows, Mar. 23.24
Pineapple Salad both old and new members to Day Phone Night Phone Ticket reservations may be made in Jacksonville at the

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JASPER HIGHWAY Dill Pickles-Onion Rings TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE..........$2,455,202,638.00
Lettuce & Tomato <
Phone 362-1832 -_ 1962 Increase in Insurance in Force 193917792.00
Apple Sauce j I _', : "" "1":" '-' ; .. :-' TOTAL RESOURCES 393,581,206.17
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BEST FRIED CHICKEN Buns THURSDAY Butter Milk. t'"r! ;!';_ -?' ,- ';;.:...L._ :: ..1.'.., ,i". ., "- .-: 1962 Increase in Resources.... 35,177,152.00
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Cubed Chicken < / Excluding Insurance: and assets obtained from Forest lawn Uf.(ftswant*OompHf I

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Served with French Fries, Tossed Salad FINANCIAL STATEMENT DECEMBER 31,1962
Salad and Hot Rolls ':.
Fruit Jello-Cookies :.. .
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FRIDAY l;: Guaranteed and Insured Real Estate
CATFISH" SHRIMP
Tuna Fish Salad ,:,? $220,398,791.93
DINNERSWith
All The Trimmings Potato Chips -, ;-:- U. Government Bonds and Notes....... 55.130,744.96
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$1.50 Buttered English Peas ;-. ,." Total U.S. Obligations... 275529536.56
Prunes ,- Other Real Estate Mortgages... 23,775,421.45 l
O Fresh Custard Ice Cream Harvard Beets ,.. Public Utility 18343863.62

Milk Shakes and Sundaesof Peanut Butter & Jelly Spread i\ State and Municipal Bonds............... 16139561.41

All Flavors. Bread Butter Milk I 1-' I 1-' IKi N Other Bonds.................. 34,427,163.30

6 Root Beer 40 Per Gallon ,' 00 3 @ ; = Policy 13964724.52

We Furnish Jugs 95v666 ,. Company Occupied Real Estate........... 2,971,264.10

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FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smith

11\ Florida's Past In Review i"T" .. If You're Right, Don't Let 'Talkers' Bother You .

''nPresident Grants Florida Statehood
: is a real serious problem. You
HAVE MX3 HEARD admit that you are not interestedin
! In 1845 Union Forces Occupy Jax ABOUT ONE OF the boy at all. The fact that you
HER GiRl I RIENPS.. d refused his request for a date is
, r At! all the proof needs who
Editor's below Mexico (1826). 0 anyone
; ( Note: Recorded -
YEs really wants the truth. His remark
EVERYONE
events in President John Tyler on last
are significant
/4 IS that he was only trying to
! Florida History that occurredin day of term in office, signed into t s
: ;: TALKINGABOUT make a "fool" of you is nothing
I March These events compiled law granting statehood to Flor- @ j. more than an effort to "save
by the Stephen Foster Me- ida (1845). Im' IT face" because you turned him
morial In White Springs span Governor Duval proclaims site down.

.* five centuries of Florida's past.) of Tallahassee as seat of govern- ; : Despite her actions, the girl
William D. Bloxham, two-time ment for new territory (1824). knows the truth as well- and
governor and state comptroller, Seminole Indians seven-day d should be directing her displeasure -
t' secretary of state for a term and seige of General Gaines forces at at the boy instead of you. It
'4V :former legislator died at his home Withlacoochee River ford ends o is the opinion of this corner feat
Il,
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I in Tallahassee: (1911). (1836). you don't owe any explanation,
Congress authorizes Territoryof General Jesup reaches agree- to your friends or to hers.
THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I to take him away from her She
Florida to open canal between ment with group of seven Semi- have a very serious problem. The continues to talk about me. Her Our advice is to forget the whole
Chipola River St. Andrews nole chiefs which he believes will If friends, or hers,
and 'steady' of one of my girlfriends friends are mad at me, too. What thing. your
Bay In West Florida (1831). end the war (1837). asked me to go with him one night do you think I should dot ShouldI continue to bring up the matter
Battle of Orange Creek Bridge Confederate regulars Home while I was going home. The girl have it out with her, or just simply state the facts: the boy
in Seminole War (1841). Guards and students turn back friend heard about it and now she don't say anything? She hasn't asked you for a date and you de-
East and West Florida formed invading Union Army In Battleof is mad at me, even though I told said a word to my face. She has clined. Then ask why such a simple
into single territory ..wIth General Natural Bridge (1865). the boy 'no.' The boy told her told my boyfriend that I am everday occurrence shouldbe
Andrew Jackson as military gov- Spanish minister in the United that he was only trying to makea 'silly: My friends say it is because causing so much conversation.

ernor (1821). States protests establishment of r fool of me. My friends say the she is jealous of me, think. w.If.t j.t.* fc.....,..a..tcemat, .r a.* .>>.r..bleia.>>r..tlt ?.'..
Congressional act provided for customs district hi Spanish territory girl is really talking about me, ing that I am prettier. Answer make, addre.. 7..r letter t.
to and to She likes I real serious." FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS.
boys soon am
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everyone.
of West Florida (1804).
survey of canal route between the NATIONAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
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'Did you ten those bullies on the bus what I'd do i Live Oak Student Is Awarded For Science Exhibit f fTop II

R if they took your hat again" Region IV Science Fair' exhibit. who will attend the State Sefeme '<

rL honors were won by Sandra Cowen Among the eighteen students Fair in Tampa, May 4 and 5 are -
C Senior Division winner from Jimmy Ellis and Stanley Saunders -
squito Inlet to Nassau with cargoof visit to Washington (1854). Lake Butler, and Susan Fogg. No.1 of Live Oak.
cotton, captured by USS .saga Governor Ossian B. Hart dies IV ScIence
Junior Division winner from Houston Roberts saw a demon- Next year the Region -
more (1863). while hi office; succeeded by Lt. Starke. stration put on by the Florida Fair will be held at Bradford
Spanish fleet, under Solana and Gov. M. L. Seams (1874). Viola Deurick of Starke, won Highway Patrol here of a radar High School in Starke.
Galvez, begin attack on Pensa- Richard K. Call commissionedfor first place in the Senior Division. device for determining speeds of Six Live Oak business and organizations -
cola (1781). second term as territorial gov- of the Physical Sciences and Miss drivers. The use of this newly made significant contributions -
General Jackson reaches Fort ernor (1841). Cowen won first place hi the devised instrument is not for the to the success of the
Scott on march from Tennesseeto Pedro Menendez de Aviles made Senior Division of the Biological purpose of making arrests for event. They are the First National -
take over Florida from Span- governor of Florida (1565). Sciences. traffic violations but for an edu- Bank, Cheek's Drug Company
/ : ish (1818). Union forces issue proclamationto John Dugger of Macclenny, won cational project for such violators Florida Rock and Products Corporation -
li I General Jackson commissionedto people of East Florida asking first place in the Junior Divisionof Lt. T. E. Jones explained.Live Live Oak Parent-Teachers
become Governor of Florida that all loyalists come togetherand the Physical Sciences, and Miss Association North Florida Tele-

Territory (1821). organize (1862). Fogg won first place in the Jun- Oak and Branford emerged phone Company, and the Suwannee -
.BANDAGESSIIEtQIlR Leroy Collins, 33rd governor of With passage of Congressional ior Division of the Biological Sci- winners in the kickoff gameof Valley Electric Co-op.
': Florida, born at Tallahassee Reconstruction Acts. Florida becomes I. ences. the Suwannee River Basket- .
,$ tae nvNw.ouRe 0Ej (1909). a part of the Third Military Amy Zinober of Live Oak, won ball Tournament which closes in REGISTERED BULLS SOLD
Wakulla becomes Florida's 23rd District, under Gen. John the Suwannee County Elementary the Live Oak Armory Friday H-W Ranch. Live Oak. recently
county (1843). Pope (1897). student Science Award for her night. Live Oak trampled Foley purchased four Aberdeen-Angus
Tom Adams, 15th secretary of David Sholtz, 26th governor, 66 to 55, and Branford smashed I bulls from Wagon Trail Ranch,
state for Florida,. born in Jack- dies in Florida Keys (1953). Reports from Central and Greenville 78 to 54. Live Oak.
sonville (1917). Cross-state Waters opens with
South Florida indicate dissatisfaction -
Union forces occupy Jackson- flotilla of boats going from Fort
over Impressment Act passedby
ville (1862). Myers to Stuart (1937). Confederate Congress (1863). SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
British schooner carrying car- The Aurelia, Confederate sloop
Federal forces leave Jackson- BUILDING NEEDS
seized Union Na- with of cotton, captured
go of cotton by cargo
ville after being harassed by Con-
val vessel off Charlotte Harbor oft Mosquito Inlet by USS Ari-
federate troops within the city PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
(1863). zona (1863).
i Marion becomes 24th county, William S. Jennings, who came (1863). PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
Act of Congress creates Terri-
Brevard the 25th (1844). to Florida in 1885 and became
tory of Florida to govern lands Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
Edward A. Perry, who was to county judge and legislator at
ceded by Spain to United States
become Florida's 14th governor, Brooksville before election as 18th (1822).
born in :Massachusetts (1831). governor of the state, born in
WARD Richard K. Call commissioned Illinois (1863). General Finegan completes sur- Langford Builders SupplyEast
A. L.
"Aubrey" vey of damage done by Federal
territory Florida's 9th
governor of Florida Harrison Reed, '
Helvenston Street 362-2873
forces who burned most of Jack Phone
(1836). governor, dies at Jacksonville sonville as they evacuated two LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Expedition leaves (1899). ,
SPREADER SERVICE Ingraham
days before (1863).
00 Fort Myers to cross Evergladesand Reports reach Florida that the
WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS" investigate possibility of rail- Ranger a blockade running sloop,
.-I' > road from Tampa to Miami has been captured by the USS
". Fast and Courteous Service __ (1892). Fort Henry off Cedar Keys
Fernandina made free port of (1863). TAKE THE BIG STEP FORWARD WITH THE
Rte: Telephone: 7762271McALPIN entry to all nations in agreement Spanish fleet appears before
FLORIDA signed followed American captureof Pensacola (1780).
,
the city from Spain (1812). Billy Bowlegs promises Army
Near Harrell's Store on Mayo Road William P. Duval, first territorial representative he will move to HAWK

governor, died while on Oklahoma (1863). .

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I EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1963


be sworn to by the claimant his agent state the place of residence and post WITNESS my hand and the official
City. Roper requested claimant and must seal of this Court at Live Oak Florida,
the
Panama or his attorney, or it will become void office address of
Licenses May Be Revoked permission from the body to take according to law. be sworn to by the claimant his agent this the 20th day of February: 19M.LAVAUGHN .
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Training Program s/FRANK LINTON or his attorney, or H will become void Av SESSIONS
"Old Betsy" along to participatein Executor according to law Clerk CtrevK Court
The council agreedto 42-46 _/Roth B. TrnsseD Sawaanee Cevaty, FloridaSEAL
Businesses
Two Local Charged the parades.
Executrix ( )
Begins For SchoolMaintenance decide this matter at the next IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD 42-45 By: Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C
meeting when costs for the ven- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 41.44
With Selling Beer To Minors ture could be determined.In SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA.RE IN THE AND COUNTY FOR SUWANNEE JUDGE'S COURTIN COUN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT

Men other action, the council :REGINALD Adoption cf GEORGE GLEASON by TY. IN PROBATE.IN IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN

Beverage licenses held by two Live Oak establishmentscame voted to grant a beer license to LAURENCE G. MaeMANUS and RE Brantley: Estate Rees of MiUs .I IN TY RE:FLORIDA.The Estate of IN PROBATE

Maintenance and custodial under fire from the State Beverage Department this Joseph Williams in the southeast HELEN MaeM NOTICE ANUS, his wife. deceased. ELIZABETH JANE NEVEILS HARRIS.
Of Petition For Final
employees of the Suwannee week with orders from Beverage Director Richard B. section of the city. Williams had TO: MARY GLEASON Address Unknown Notice Discharge Filing.f Administratrix NOTICE TO CREDIT ORS
licenses : Notice is that I have All creditors of the Estate of Elizabeth
hereby given
County school system Keating to show cause why these licenses should not be already acquired proper You are hereby notified that a peti- filed my final return as administratrix Jane Nevefls Harriss, deceased are
from the State Beverage Depart- I. tion for adoption has been filed to adopt of the estate of Brantley Rees hereby notified and required to file any
Monday began the first revoked or suspended. Reginald George Gleason and that Mills, deceased, and I have filed my claims or demand which they may have
ment. .1 .
businesses and possession of beer at the 11censee's hearing will be held in the office of Circuit in the office of the
phase of a 60 hour trainingprogram Charges against both for February Smith at petition for final discharge and will on against said estate
&
Samuel
. The police report Judge of Suwanne County
residence with intent to the 22nd day of March 1963 apply to County Judge
geared toward upgrading involved selling beer to minors. indicated the city received $495 Courthouse in Lake City Florida on or the Honorable Reeee Brown, Judge of Florida in the Court House at Live
If
L & L Drive Inn, located at the with 35 before the 30th day of March 1963. Suwannee County for approval of said Oak, Florida, within six (6) ealendar
school maintenance sell.Hattie's Restaurant, Main St., in fines and forfeitures you fail to do so, judgement by def.ultwi11 final returns for final discharge as ad months from the date of the first pub-
services. corner of Old and New Highway cases appearing before the court. be taken against you for the relief ministratrix of the estate of Brantley lication of this aotke. Each claim cr ,
90 east of the city, will face two Jasper, faces three charges demanded in the Complaint. Live Oak, Rees Mills, deceased. demand must be filed In dvplfcate. in
Louis Berry, new maintenance charges of selling beer to minors,, possession of whiskey, a beveragenot Florida DONE this and 22nd ORDERED day of February at 1963. A.Dated D. UU this 13th day of February, writing residence, and and must post office state the address place of the of

coordinator for the county'sschools Keating said. permitted by the license and LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS MYRTLE L. MILLS claimant and must be sworn to by the
said this first phase of placing an unauthorized person in No.4 Clerk of Circuit Court AS Administratrix of the Estate claimant his agent, or his attorney cr
John's Drive Inn at the corner Suwannee County Florida of Brantley Rees Mills, it will become yoW according to law.
the course will be 10 hours. charge. for this position. (SEAL) deceased. ALFRED T. AIRTHAdministrator
White
Luther S. Smith, director of of 'Helvenston Street and with Keating said the licensees wouldbe Mail is dispatched seven times By: Geraldine Deputy M.ClerkG. Gamble 41-44
Avenue is also charged permitting --- 41-44
maintenance and custodial train given a hearing if such hear- per day. A. BUIE JR. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
beer
w ,,
ing, State Department of Agriculture i a minor to consume ing is requested. Depending on the train sche- Columbia County CourthouseLake THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
Sam he added. takes all letters City, Florida AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
is teaching the course U dules, the clerk Attorney for Petitioners FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
ness f through a special state program Eight Others Charged out of the dispatch case that is 42-45 MARY A. ROSE. IN RE: Estate of
re.m'tf in Card Of ThanksWe binds Plaintiff.DAVID T. P. PARKER.
establishments direction,
other
,.. at no cost to Suwannee County. Eight going in the same IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, vs Deceased.
to Berry said that hereafter, this this area will also face chargesfor wish to express our appre- them with a tieing machine, and IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, R. ROSE. Notice Of Filing Petition For
afft infractions against beverage ciation and heartfelt thanks to bundle in a first class FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Defendant. Final Discharge.TO .
for all the the
course will be required places RE: The Estate of AMENDED NOTICE ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
checv county's maintenance personnel. laws. the doctors, nurses; and the staff mail pouch to be delivered to the I E. W. TRUSSELL IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTH- Notice is hereby given that I ha'e
Roth in Madison is the Triangle -: I at the Suwannee County Hospitaland I Deceased. ORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: filed final returns as Administrator rf
Charged
nI.Acoording to Berry, this phase I depot. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll TO: DAVID R. ROSE, Baptist Hospital Estate of T. P. Parker deceased
dis of the course deals directly with Cafe, located in the south to our many friends for the Mail Messenger creditors of the Estate of E. W. of Columbia County, South that I have filed my petition for fins:
Tholes Two counts allege that flowers, food, cards, and other picked up Trussell deceased are hereby notifiedand Carolina: discharge and will apply to the Honorable -
the duties of custodial and maintenance section. These pouches are required to file any claims or demands A sworn Bill of Complaint having Rose Brown, Comty J 4go. oa April
vehicles- personnel in sanitation an employee had possession of kindnesses extended us during the by a "mail messenger". In this which they may hare against been filed in this Court against you, Cth. 1963. for approval of the final'
cident several lottery tickets and lottery illness and death of our mother Bonds has the con- said estate in the Office of the County the relief therein sought being divorce. returns and for floe discharge .. Administrator .
Mclnt''md better housekeeping. The county, Cecil Judge of Suwannee County. Florida in You are required to answer said Complaint of the Estate of T. P. Parker ..-
lalance of the course will cover paraphernalia, in violation of Mrs. Ella J. Calhoun. tract with the government for the the Court House at Live Oak, Florida on or before March 15, 19(3, deceased.
missed The Family. within six (6) calendar months from furnishing to W. J. Winburn Jr., Live Joe F. ABn
Florida Statutes.
special problems likely to confront mail messenger's- the date of the first publication of this Oak. Florida Plaintiffs Attorney a copy As Administrator of the estate
pend1n&. employees. Warren's Cafe, South Parra- According to the contract, he notice. Each claim or demand must be thereof else Decree Pro Confeseo will of T. P. Parker, det astd.
... Palm at filed in duplicate, in writing, and must be entered against 43.46Ward's
BuD Madison will face three There is a new Wishing truck thatis you.
Berry said that hereafter, this; more St., must provide a special
carl9 course will be mandatory for all charges alleging the licensee or a I Florida's Silver Springs. It replaces enclosed and can be locked ,

$25' maintenance employees in the employee "procured, suffered or : one that died representinga while traveling to and from the

r school system. Tests will be given permitted" persons to play cardson symbol of the Springs for more train station. John Hurley drives

$2uJac after each course and will serve two occasions; and that the than twenty-five years. this truck which travels the

: as the basis for certification stan licensee or an employee was U' quarter-mile to and from the station Enterprises Inc.

dish dards. maintaining a gambling table or No.1 four times per day.

C "This program will set qualifying room for the purpose of gambling. Right now, 364 of 4,083 studentsare From the mail messenger's ,

S standards for future maintenance Madison Billiard Parlor, State reported absent along with 12 truck, the mail is dispatched into RT. 4, BOX 284-A

a) personnel," Berry said. "We Highway 14, South, is charged teachers. This represents approxi- the depot. Office Phone 776-2191 Repair Shop Phone 776-2181
V feel this is a step forward toward with permitting minors to play mately 10 per cent absenteeismfrom Mail coming into Suwannee

rev Improving our school maintenance pool in violation of Florida law. both groups. County arrives by either railroadcar MANUFACTURERS & DISTRIBUTORS

problems". Habanna Club, Greenville, is This problem is costing the highway Potsoffice which is

_COT Other Improvements Made charged with the sale of whiskey, county nearly $1,000 per day extra a traveling mail truck, or by Star FERTILIZERS ANHYDROUS AMMONIA

Berry reported that a project to a beverage not permitted by the to operate the school system Route. t

completely rennovate the Primary license, and the sale of whiskeyin during this crisis. But the price Star Routes
CASH MARKET FOR SHELLED CORN
Building has been started. And a dry county. might be just as high or higher These Star Routes the-Post-

he said that fire extinguishers had Brad's Southside Tavern, Southern to close the schools at this office has two carry mail direct -
been installed in the high school Sawmill Quarters. Greenville point, Hall said. from another area to and PRODUCE LUSH PASTURES BY LETTING US APPLY

according to state specifications.In is charged with three counts from Live Oak. One of these ANHYDROUS AMMONIAON

addition all of the school -possession 'or permitting othersto No. 2 routes goes to Gainesville. the YOUR PASTURE. "
possess moonshine'whiskey and -- other to Jennings via Jasper.
boilers in the county have been live Oak had its origin in sever-
tax-paid whiskey and gin, bever- Fortunately for the Postoffice,
checked, their controls replaced or events similar to this
al other
repaired, and put in working order ages not permitted by the license; but a smaller scale. The the bulk of the mail travels at ,:.: .. Phone 776-2181
one, on
and possession of these beverages and is in the office vestibuleby
Berry said. He added that he night .
Carolina
in North -
first ventures were
has spent about $500 in replacing with intent to sell. Carolina and Vir- 5:30 ajn. each morning. If this FOR FAST, ECONOMICAL REPAIR SERVICEON
controls for these gas-fired boil- Green Derby, 608 Swartz St., South mail arrived during the daytimeit ALL YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT
.
ers alone. Perry, is charged with possession ginia. attracted increas- could cause considerable chaos. BRING IT TO OUR SHOP
Each of them
Berry said the grounds of the or permitting possession of moon- When the Postoffice employees
and participationfrom
interest
old Douglass High School have shine whiskey. ing report to work each morning, they WE MANUFACTURE
both state and national of-
been cleared, and the building will Jasper Businesses sort this mail that has arrived

be prepared for school bus park- Essie Mae Boudie, McKinleySt. ficials.Hoskins stressed that this eventis overnight and steer it toward its SPRAYERS, FARM TRAILERS, f

ing and sheltering. ., Jasper is charged with three worked destination through rural carrier,

Currently, school buses are kepton counts of selling whiskey, a beverage through a cooperative the Board program of County city carrier or Postoffice box. I CULTIVATORS AND COULTERS

Houston Street near and not permitted by the license; officials, The Postoffice's financial sec-
Commissioners, city
around the old bus garage. selling whiskey in a dry county; business and community leadersto tion handles money orders, regis-
tered and certified mail, and
promote forestry and forest related -, payrolls
I C.O.D. orders. Employee
industry in this area, the used to tie made by the local-of- I .. t
SHOP AT] state, and the nation. of
the addition
-' Live Oak Tire Co. fice, but with 4'
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IBM equipment in 1956 they are
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W. Howard St. 362-2082 No. 3 made in the regional office in At-

torney to draw legislation for a lanta.
local bill giving the council auth- Allied Functions
'v a.is.t[.. y..dY ority to change the salary of the Allied functions the Postofficeis .

ra1'+Xt oC y,' ;.t. police chief by ordinance. This responsible for include regis-
KEEP UP WITH THEHAPPENINGS
measure would also require an tered aliens, selling documentary
amendment to the city charter. stamps and federal tax stamps,

Heretofore the charter stipu- customs, and distributing -
kt:? collecting
Pik
W. +i wr: wcx Y k:MK'n '
: lated that the chief's salary mustbe forms for the internal revenue -

set prior to his election to office service and the social security ad- .: C.

and not changed during his ministration.

tenure of service. Several years ago there were 14

,nC ..rg,?.+w ,} '., ; ; Paul Langford appeared before Postoffices in Suwannee County. OF YOUR HOME TOWN
the council and requested the Today there are only five. -

group to approve advertising in The trend has been to abolish

rx the high school football programfor the small independent office but
?wu 'Y'A tCb'Sio63rx;''a'
.:?i,R:.rt'" r:fi".r:, F.. ,}" as Sc : next season. The group votedto make it a branch or station of a BYSUBSCRIBING
buy the same size advertisement larger office. This has been done

it purchased during the past by not replacing postmasters

A NEW ECONOMY TIRE BUILT WITH season for $100. when they retire. The depart-_
In addition, Langford donated a ment discontinued 13 offices in
TO THE
TOUGH
RUBBER THAT'S TRUCK-TIRE 79-foot aluminum extension lad- Florida last year.Public .

der to the city. The ladder will ..
220 be painted "wood color" and used
COMMANDER
to adorn the old, 1918 firetruck NoticesIN
commonly know as "Old Betsy,"
: Introductory price l during parades. ,
\ For YOUR Car! Whenever "Old Betsy" is sitting THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, D
COUNTY, OCRAT!
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE SUWANEE {
Built with SUPER-SYN $10.50 idle actively, the on new one ladder of the will be modern used FLORIDA.RE: The Estate of IN PROBATEIN \

ARTHUR LINTON
same type rugged firetrucks. Deceased.
The council approved an $85 NOTICE OF PROBATE
,: rubber that's in our A 6.70.15-- Tube Typt BlockwoJr:, j request from fire chief Bill Roperto THE PERSONS STATE INTERESTED OF FLORIDA IN THE TO ALL ES-

toughest truck tiresl.! Pu! tax and tire off your car. pay his expenses at the up- STATE OF SAID DECEDENT:
fireman's convention inCURRENT Yon are hereby notified that a written Per Year
coming instrument purporting to be tbe Last Only $3.00
Will and Testament of the above dece-
dent has been admitted to probate in '

said You Court.are hereby commanded within six ti INSIDE THE COUNTY .
(6) calendar months from the date of
the first publication of this notice to appear ,'" ._ I" -
in said Court to show cause if any

NOW PAYING in you admitting can why unreToked.said the Will actions to probate of said should Court .: t-:-: '."':}: ; .-_
not stand
./REECE BROWN.
County Judge
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, ...
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, "!:-
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
RE: The Estate of '

I Are your savings earning as much asJ' ARTHUR Deceased.LINTON. Relatives Students and MenintheArmedForces : '

DIVIDEND NOTICE TO CREDITORS .. ,-.
44! %? There's no reason why they Linton.An creditors deceased of the are Estate hereby of notified Arthur

shouldn't be! Put your dollars to PER ANNUM and mand required which they to file may any have claims against or said de-

work at First Federal Savings & LoanAssociation estate Suwannee in the office County of, the Florida County, in Judgeof the : :

ON ALL Court Bouse at LiTe Oak, Florida with- -
by the 20th of the month in six (6) calendar months from the -n-

I be insured to $10,000 date tice. of Each the first claim publication or demand of must this no be -,
.- they'll up SAVINGS IN filed in duplicate, in writing and must f will also enjoy
and from the 1st. Payable on state the place of residence and post
earn office address of the claimant and must

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UWANNEE DEMOCRATof _

By CHARLES PULLEY, Director .

The Student Recreation Board beginning at 7:00.: The wiimetf of
t, J jj ) ij f r f 7j' has been elected and will hold its the two games in the preliminaries -
first meeting this Thursday Mar. will play each other in the
14. This group will meet with the second game of the evening and
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 43i' I Live Oak-Suwannee County Recreation the first game will be a consolation
I Board at the Recreation round for the losers of the
: Center at 9:00 ajn. Members of morning's games. At present the
Cases Handled In County Court During February I Rec Center Basketball 'I the Student Recreation Board are Falcons and Eagles are tied for
7th Grade: Dottie Roberscn and first place and the Comets and

. (Editor's Note: The following $25 bond estreated; Selma (N) Kakala, speeding, $30 fine or 10 Eagles Flash By Comets 24-18 Clyde Sperring; 8th Grade Judy Hawks are tied for second pteee.
Is a list of cases handled in Bradley driving without license, days. Anderson and Robert Langford; These games and practice sessions
County Court or administered $35 bond estreated; William Arnold John Frank Chehore, passing 9th Grade: Marjorie Dees and will be held in the old Armoryat
through the County Judge's Office Wachs, speeding, $35 bond stopped school bus, $20 fine or 10 Hawks Clip High-Flying Falcons Gary Morgan; and 10th Grade: their regular times.
during February. This rec- estreated.Lee days;. Hal Henry Mickel, improper Dawne McKeithen and Bill Mont- The Recreation Center and
ord of cases la a matter of pub- Andrew Johnson, improper passing $15 fine or 10 days; By Jim Clayton gomery. playground will be open all day
lic record open to any citizen passing, $25 fine or' 10 days; La- Henry Williams, failure to display The Hawks and the Eagles of the 12-11 Basketball This group will have a definite Thursday and Friday of this week
who might request to see them.) von Watson, reckless driving, $25 warning devices when vehicle disabled -I league set the stage for next Saturday's final regular season part in planning Recreation Department due to the school holidays. The
Sam Thomas public drunken- bond estreated; Leola Cason, $35 bond estreated; JewellW. game by throwing the league into a three tie last Sat- I policies and programs Adult Physical Fitness class will
Buck, speeding, $30 fine or 10 I for the people of our com- not meet this week but will meet
young
cess $15 court costs; Lamar Lee, driving without license, $25 fine urday morning in the Coliseum.The .
resisting officer without violenceto or 10 days; Junior Mage obtain- days; Oscar K. Smallwood, driv- Eagles vaulted into a first place tie with a 2418the munity. at the regularly scheduled time
ing on wrong side of road, $35 Saturday, March 16, the fresh- next week.
his person, case dismissed by ing food and lodging with intentto victory over the Comets and some way with the Falcons jump-
There will
affiant W. M. Dabney worthless defraud, $25 costs and $16 res- bond estreated.Eli 24-22 win the man class at Suwannee High be no pre-sehori
; help from a by ing off to a 7-0 lead in the first
check $25 fine and restitution; titution. Bright improper passing, Hawks over the league-leading quarter and then falling behind School will sponsor a dance at local playtime this week also due to
Robert Dees, simple assault, case Colin Carol Dempsey, reckless $35 bond estreated; William Mos- Falcons. 14-13 at the half. the Recreation Center. This dance school holidays. The preschool -
dismissed. driving, $50 bond estreated; Wm. ley, public drunknness. $25 fine The Eagles and Comets stageda The third quarter was all will begin at 7:30 and will be for playtime will meet at the
Thomas Beasley, failure to have Jackson Hubbard, speeding, $15 or 7 days; Chesterfield Griffin, hard fought first half with the Hawks as they jumped to a 22-15 all students of Suwannee High regular days and. times. next week.
vehicle under control causing accident costs and restitution; George CUr- public drunkenness, $25 fine or 7 Eagles holding a 9-8 lead at the lead. The Falcons bounced back School.
$10 court costs; Tommy ry. obtaining groceries with intentto days; Chesterfield Griffin No. 2. buzzer. The third quarter was a near the end and the count was Other meetings and gatheringsheld Underwriters Set
McIntyre, petit larceny case dismissed defraud, $25 costs and restitu- simple assault, $25 fine or 10 big one for the Eagles as they out all tied up 22-22 with less than a at the Center this week include -
as circuit court case is tion; Nancy Swilley alias Shairon days; Kenneth Robert Williams, scored the Comets 11-2 and put minute to go in the game. Ronnie the Merit Badge Counse-
pending in Duval County; George Tyre, driving without license, $35 reckless driving $50 bond estreat the game out of reach. The Com- Johnson supplied the winning lors meeting for the Boy Scouts Tampa MeetingReginald
e Bull, speeding, $25 bond estreated; bond estreated: Raymond Leroy ed. ets came back with 8 points in basket with less than 30 seconds Monday night, and the monthly
Carlos W. Sapp worthless check, Chauncey. driving on wrong side George Rudolphus Walker the last quarter but couldn't overcome on the clock and the Hawks hungon meeting of the Junior Woman's Scott, president of
$25 court costs and restitution.D. of road $35 bond estreated; L. E. speeding, $25 costs; Fred Roden- the Eagles' big lead. for the victory. Club which will be held Thursday the Suwannee Valley Life Underwriters -
E. Riddle, worthless check, Covey Jr., worthless check, $25 berry reckless driving $40 fine or Doug Townsend was the big Johnson led all scorers with 12 night at 7:30 and will be a sup- Association, announced
$25 costs and restitution; Rossie casts and restitution. 20 days; Clayton Dees, public point man for the Eagles and also points. Other Hawks gathering per meeting. Tuesday that underwriters from
Jackson, violation of right of way, Lonnie Neill Russell speeding. drunkenness. $15 costs; R. E. McKee the high scorer of the game with points were Hank Ratliff, Vera The 12-11 Basketball League is Suwannee County and throughout
dismissed upon motion of court; $35 bond estreated; Stratis A. public drunkenness, $50 bond 11 points. He had good support Roberts, and Joe Phillips, get- about to finish its regular season the state will meet in Tampa
C. Willie Sapp alias Carlos W. Kouskoutas speeding, $35 bond estreated. from Michael Pittman with, 7 ting 4 each. play. This Saturday will be the March 16 for the 15th Annual
Sapp worthless check, $25 costs entreated; Braxton Linton speeding Fred L. Short driving without points Steve Quillen 2, Lanny Alvin Green led the Falcons in last game before the tournament Gator Sales Congress of the Florida -
and restitution; Preston Brown, $35 bond estreated; Kent license $35 bond estreated: But- Rowe 2, and James Ratliff 2. the scoring department with 7. which will be held next Saturday State Association oWe Un-
worthless check $25 costs and Merle Smith, speeding $35 bond ler Han, disobedience to official Anthony Levere and Michael Glenn Jernigan with 5, Robert March 23, at the Coliseum. derwriters.
restitution; Coleman Hill, posses- estreated; Kent Merle Smith No. traffic control device. $15 costs; Pittman did a good job rebound- Heath with 3, and Bobby Poole's In that tournament the preliminaries Scott said Joe Brinson will be
sion of intoxicating liquor in 2, driving without license, $35 Leonard Blake Douberly ran stop ing as they controlled the boards 2. rounded out the scoring for the will begin at 9:00: ajn. and chairman of ticket sales for the
county where prohibited to sell bond estreated; Stephen Byron sign $25 fine or 10 days; Edward most of the game. Michael Strick- Falcons. I the finals will be held that night event in Live Oak.

Labron Ake, speeding, $35 bond land sank 8 points to pace the STANDINGS
estreated; Edward Labron Ake Comets. Lawrence Pert and Keith WON LOST I YOURS! THIS LIVING CROSS EMBEDDED IN THE SACRED 1.

No.. 2, driving without license $35 Stapleton rounded out the scor- Falcons 3 2
ANNOUNCEMENTDr. bond estreated; James Lee Duna- ing with 6 and 4 points respec- Eagles 3 2 This beloved, glowing, cross, embedded in a EARTH GF ML CALVARY!
way Jr., driving without license, tively. The Eagles' victory coupled Comets 2 3 pedestal containing the sacred eori& of Mt. ,
and died
CaJ\'UJ'.here Jesus suffered to
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without license, $35 bond estreat-: into a first place tie. Saturday will be the final regu- yours! This huniaon,shimmering white, crow _
Hawks Upset FalconsIn is a shining symbol of Jesus Thousand if you
Joe B. DavisOPTOMETRIST ed.James lar season game before the league
pilgrimage to Mt. Calvary for comfort and
Matthew Bunch, driving the second game, the Hawks tournament on the following Saturday nearness to Him. The same sacred earth act now! /#
without license license purchasedand pulled a surprise as they trippedthe March 23 at the Coliseum. tallied and cleansed with the precious blood .
surrendered to judge until front-running Falcons 24-22. The tournament will start Satur- and tears ef our Savior,can be yours right at ,You'D authentic receive large an '
Office at 110 E. Howard St. March 1, 1963; Lawrence Elvin The game was a real thriller all day morning the 23rd at 9:00 with your/AltTl ps...aIwaTl! Because this sacred Dho graph from
cross glows like a living thing you see a at
Sheely speeding $35 bond entreated Mt. Calvary the
WILL BE CLOSED 0 the finals Saturday night begin- night when you awake from troubled sleep... same view as
; John Shuler, driving without Barbara Walker Crain, driving
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comfort and in
always to
near yon yours seen by our
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f George William Russ, vagrancy, upon presentation of valid license in your car and where you work, also. Send
dismissed motion of issued 9/29/61. for your cross today I If you're not enthralled : .R )! Cay
MARCH J 14th J 15th J 16thTo case upon Third Sunday Sing To
with this glowing cross embedded in sacred
affiant; Russell Anderson BowersJr. Perry Leo Mobley driving on I EIICIosIii _Cask _OMC I
earth, return it within tea days and your MOTT rtm rath LAoi1Ic Ciwt at
Attend ., improper passing, $25 fine or wrong side of road causing accident Be Held At dayland money win be fully refunded. Satin/action itmbtolutelj I I *2.98 sc w 2 tar $$N. tot*!* wad I
10 days; I. E. Granger, fishing $15 costs; Faye Moore Blev- The regular Third Sunday Sing p GAled. Send cash, check or I 0tut Is |- I
Optometric Post-Graduate Seminars without license, case dismissed ins improper drivers license case will be held at Clayland Baptist money order (no e...d) to: JAJilC' I II I II
defendant produced license issued dismissed: defendant having secured -1 r,Church Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
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THURSDAY. MARCH 14. J96:1:
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I Flower Work Shop Miss Patricia Cannady: I
Here And There -
WI March 2627ReservaUons 'osy..:tea..;asbaWP.xapawzpr,:'Qj

foe the flower .J"
arrangement work shop, with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Williams Miss Neva Rogers, freshman at

\VGMEN emphasis on color, may be made visited Miss Eunice Williams, and Emory at Oxford Oxford, Oa ,
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by calling Mrs. ODonald.Hatch :: Mrs. Edna Slaughter and son, arrived home today (Thursday
at 3621159. Wayne, in Lee Sunday. to spent the spring holidays with

I The work shop wiD be held Mrs. W. J. Nipper Miss Caro- her parents Mr. and Mrs. Winston -

'/ CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor March 26-27 from 1:30 until line Hart and Mrs. Glenn Milton Rogers.

3:30 pm. each day at the Garden and children, Glenda, Randy, and Cadet Gary Preston who is attending

Center. Mrs. Jack Whiteis .,..... Nedra, spent last Tuesday in Pa- Sewanee Military Acade-

Mayo Hosts To Executive Board Has the instructor. .w .:.':. latka visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don my at Sewanee, Tenn., is spend
Nipper and family. ing the
L spring holidays with hu
Nu ChapterThe Meeting TuesdayThe Mrs. W. J. Nipper, Miss Caro- parents Dr. and Mrs. Harold F
Nu Chapter of the Delta WSCS District Meet line Hart, and Claude Adams I Preston.
Executive Board of the :
Kappa Gamma International Ed- met In TallahasseeThe :,? spent Thursday in Cordele, Ga., Mrs. Grady Golden and daughter. -
Live Oak Garden Club Inc.,
ucational Society met Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc- Ginny Gay of
Live
Tuesday morning in the home of annual meeting of the Tallahassee Oak. and
night. March 8, in Mayo. District t. Glamory, Mrs. J. R. Dowdy, Miss Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Carmichae;
Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr.with elev- Woman's Societyof
Prior to the meeting a dinner :,J
Patricia and
Christian Service will be held Bennett and Millard son, Glenn of Starke visited
was served in the school cafeteria. en members present. Bennett. relatives
in Orlando
Mrs. George Dexter, president, Mrs. George Allen, president, at Saint Paul's Methodist Church P recently
Mrs. J. M.
March 19 at 9:30 ajn. $ Mrs. Henry Leech returned last Price, Mrs. Joe Cun-
J conducted the meeting and presided over the business meet- 3 ,.
pre
... :. week diff Mrs. S. T.
Miss Sara Fernandez missionary ::....: from Thomasville, S. C., McDowell. Mrs,
sented Mrs. W. H. Williams, pro- ing.Mrs. will join Mrs. David R. Thur- ..>;.::":>... '. where she had been visiting her Frank Futch Sr., Mrs. Carl Sans
gram chairman, who in turn presented G. A. Lee, civic chairman, son-in-law and bury and Mrs. J. L. McMuUer
man of Miami, conference press A':" daughter Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. filler, Mrs. Ed reported the sidewalk was finished dent, and Mrs. Durward Johnsonof >- Mrs. Joe Bales. She also visited were guests of Mrs. Julian Ai-
Butler, and Mrs. Henry Folsom, and the landscaping at the ford
in
the Rev and Tallahassee
Mrs.
vice T. W. recently.
Quincy president, as they Tayloe
who gave a short history of the Garden Center was progressing visit eleven district meetings. The in Lawrenceville, Va. Mrs. S. T. McDowell and Mr
life of three of the founders of
nicely. Tallahassee District being the : Mrs. Walker Helvenston visited J. M. Price spent Tuesday nigh-
Delta Kappa Gamma. Mrs. Niels H. Brorsen, flower and
third in the series. The theme is her sons-in-law and daughters. Wednesday of last week :::
The theme of the for
sorority show chairman reported that the "Called Confronted Mr. and Mrs. MalcomClayton Jacksonville.
Compelled"
the year is "Advancing With plans for the flower show to be .
The and Mr. and Mrs. John
presiding officer will be Quinn. in
Women Leaders In A ModemWorld"
held at the Garden Center April
: Orlando last week.
Mrs. Lyon B. Crosby of Greens
Friday night's theme was 18 were nearly completed.It boro. Miss Fernandez and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. C.V.. Clayton Methodist WSCS Is
"Venturing Into New FrontiersFor
was announced by Mrs. Thurman will be visited Mr. and Mrs.. B.
the principalspeakers F. Shaw
Women". A Suposium com- Townsend chairman of the Red- Conducting StudyA
t in Montgomery. Ala.
at the annual meeting last week.
posed of members and guests pre- bud Circle, that her circle would
' sented the Mrs. Wil- which will also feature reports of Miss Mary Mahone Rees, stu- mission study "Dimensions
program. sponsor a Stanley party Friday, officers, dent at Jones Business Of Prayer", is
a pledge service, and pre College in being conducted
liams served moderator introduced
as and
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March 29, at the Center. The pub-
1 Mrs. Cornelius Davis, sentation of special memberships. Jacksonville spent the week end I each moring this week by the
lic is invited to attend.
who Rev. Robert C. Holmes, district with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WSCS of the First Methodist-
gave the part women playin Plans made for the
were cov- Mahone Rees. Church from 10
religious Mrs. superintendent, and all ministersof am. to 12 noon,
areas Lucille
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ered dish supper and general the Tallahassee District as well Mr. and Mrs. John Porter vis- The study is under the direction
Lesie, political areas; Mrs. Mildred meeting of the Garden Clubs to Mr. and Mrs. John Clyde> Cannady of Jasper, announce the ited his mother in of Mrs. Frank
as the Methodist women are invited Crystal River Williams and will
Bruner, scientific areas; and be held Thursday evening at 7:30. and urged to attend. Lunch engagement of their daughter, Miss Patricia Cannady,' to Mr. Lee last week and she returned home end Thursday (today).
Mrs.
Mary Eva Birchfield artis-
tic The Redbud Circle will be in will be served by the Woman'Society III Mr. and Mrs. Lee Monroe Crews Jr. of with them for a visit. .
areas. charge of the meeting and all Live Oak. Mrs. Glenn Milton Ordinary
of Saint hunting
Paul's Churchand and Mrs. boots provide
Members from this
city Mrs.
are members are urged to attend.
John Lee Hoorn, Mrs. Clyde Bass, r r a nursery provided for small Miss Cannady was graduated from jasper High School and Howard LeFevre accompanied Mr. some protection against rattle-
Mrs. Ed Butler, Mrs. William rhildren completed her Business Education at North Florida Junior College and Mrs. James Gaskins to Jack-: snake bite but the fangs of many

Bozeman Miss Verna Brinson, Given For Conference officers from Live in Madison and is now employed at the Hamilton County Bank of sonville recently where Mr. and rattlers have penetrated them oc-
Mrs. Braxton Dennis Mrs. George Supper Oak are Mrs. T. J. Kennon Sec Jasper. Mrs. Gaskins' son underwent an cording to Roes Allen of Ross Allen's -

Dexter Mrs. Miss ChastainMiss retary of youth work; and Mrs, operation.Mr. Reptile Institute at Florida's
Herbert Drew, Mrs. Mr. Crews was graduated from Suwannee County High School, .
W. L. Tedder, Chairman of advis and Mrs. Jack White spent Silver Springs.
Henry Folsom, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Live
Oak. He
attended RET Electronics
School in Miami, he completed last
week
Mrs.Hunter W. H.Mrs.Williams.John Perry, and Hart Caroline, James Hart McCullers, Miss ,Sharon and- ory community committee work.on Mrs.church W. and C. six months basic training in the United States Army and is a end postal in Jacksonville supervisor'smeeting attending -...............................,

David Morgan entertained with a Dempsey is district secretary of in the National Guard. He is associated with the State as a WildLife and a lecture by Dr. Da : FOR YOUR !

buffet supper in honor of Miss promotions. Officer of Nassau County. vid Reese at the Cummer Art I 5
TREE :
Bellamy Open House Donna Chastain Friday eveningin The wedding will take place April the twenty-eighth at four Museum. I : TRIMMING &:
TREE
the home of Mrs. W. J. Nipper. i Mrs. Jackson HostessTo o'clock in the afternoon at the First Baptist Church Jasper. Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Seeg : REMOVAL :

Sunday Afternoon Miss Chastain and her family The bride's parents invite friends and relatives of the coupleto miller and children, Cynthia and TRENCHING OR :

s Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bellamy of left Saturday to make their homein Goodwill ClubThe the wedding and wedding reception which will be in the Educational Bobby, spent last week end with :. DITCHING :
402 West First Jacksonville.The Mrs. C. D. Bozeman .
Street Live Oak Goodwill Club met Tuesday and Mr. and
Building of the church
immediately following the church
will hold open house from 2 to 5 dining room table was overlaid Mar. 5, in the home of Mrs.E. Mrs. Wendell Roberts enroute : CALL :

p.m. March 17 to celebrate their with a white lace cloth and C. Jackson with six members ceremony. from Schenectady, N. Y., to Day- E FloodConstruction :
50th Wedding Anniversary. centered with an arrangement of present. No further cards. tona Beach where they will make

They were married March 13, fruit. After the Bible lesson was read their home. Mr. Seegmiller is with : Co. :
1913 at McAlpin. and have two The guests were served spaghetU In unison games were played with I WSCS Circle Six Met With Mrs. CapellCircle General Electric Co. and will be : .

daughters, Mrs. E. L. Boyette and tossed salad, tea, rolls, cake prizes being won by Mrs. P. C.. Six of WSCS of the First Brabham gave an interesting program working on the Apollo Project in 1.. 362-2101 :

Mrs. W. W. O'Steen of Jackson-I salted nuts and mints. Powell and Mrs. Ross Leming. Methodist Church met Tuesday, on "World Neighbor Daytona. -.............................II1 U
ville, and four grandchildren. Others present were Miss Sin- Refreshments were served by March 5, in the home of Mrs. bringing in her experience of

No Invitations are being sent ka Koff, Miss Candy Hampton, the hostess after which Mrs. Rich Capell with Mrs. Glynn having known several people from

but all relatives and friends are Miss Charlotte Wadsworth, Miss Jackson dismissed the meeting Duncan, as hostess. other countries.Mrs. .
invited. Diane Johnson Bill Montgomery, with prayer. Mrs. Frank Williams presented Bobby Bruce conductedthe
a and Wayne Long. The club will meet with Mrs. the devotion and Mrs. Spivey business meeting at which

Following the supper the group E. W. Kellogg Tuesday, Mar. 19, time Mrs. Pat Roberts was welcomed
(Office Supplies at MeCrimon's) enjoyed bowling in Lake City. for their next meeting. Women Golfers as a new member.

Others present Mrs. Dan
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Met Friday Stainer, Mrs. Frank >Futch Jrr

The women-golfers of the Su- Mrs. J. P. Schneider, Mrs. Wal- LIVE Phone OAK,362-3111 FLORIDA

TYPEWRITER AND ADDING MACHINE wannee Country Club met Fridayat lace Taylor, Mrs. Harold Sapp, Adults SOc Children Zoo
the club house at ten o'clock. and Mrs. Bill Hazen. Tax! Included

; RIBBONSOnly Prior to the business meetinga Mrs. Donald Burch will be hos- BOX OFFICE OPENS

"Blind Hole Tournament" was tess to the circle in April. Monday Through Friday, 3:15
held with prizes going to Mrs. Saturday 12:45
$1.25 R. P. Mills, Mrs. Claude Hackney, Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At NIght

Mrs. Jeff McKeithen and Mrs. Club Members Make

Jack: Jones. THURSDAY-FRIDAYl\L\RCII 14-15
Cancer Dressings
Following the game a finger-
SHEAFFER CARTRIDGE PENS tip luncheon was served. Four members of the Lady2and: cit..4SicS'1 Ami SaIYR1tER

Mrs. Randy Mal, president, Home Demonstration Club met:

./ .. ."" ",...>.4' .... ... R eg. $1 .49 <. conducted the business meeting.It Thursday February 28, in the I REPTlllCUS

was announced that all dues home of Mrs. H. W. Thomas to
Only $ .75. .. of $1.50 for the year must be paid make disposable dressings for Also

by; May first in order to be a cancerpatients.. CARTOON NEWS
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: : R eg. $2.98 .-> /. group fifty-five
,...?" > John
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Only $1.50 minutes of the previous meeting to the Suwannee County service

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1 .TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

t I MARCH 14, 1963

County. Ministers9. Column Insurance Sales Net Scott Completes Social Security I I

Floyds Bahama TripTop AnswersEditor's Racing Taxes Yield

1'ePastor's production in life insur- Teletype Course ( Note: These questions 01 Sutcannee $36,000

ance sales during 1962 by Wm. J. and answers are send someone out to ask you why Suwannee County will become
compiled
CornerBy Floyd. Liberty National Live Oak liam M. Eanes. District by Wil- you paid no attention to our let- $36,000 richer when it receives -

agent will bring him and Mrs. for the Social Security Manager ter. Every social security repre- its share of state race

TheItEY Floyd a pleasant and profitable at Administration sentative has identification pap- track taxes collected during the
Valdosta.
NELSON B. MELVIN week at Grand Bahama Island. readers to Eanes invites ers. And we do not want overpay- past month. State Comptroller

Pastor, Advent Christian Church April 28-May 2, district managerC. him at P. mail O. Box their 918 questions, to ments paid back in cash. Alwaysuse Ray E. Green announced last
Valdosta.
t: "THE CHURCH FOR limited abilities "I'm not impor- W. Vice announced last week. Ga. Please do not mail a check or money order to set- week

, WHICH CHRIST DIED tant," or "I won't ,be missed". Mr. and Mrs. Floyd will join to this paper.) your inquiries tle your accounts with the gov- Green said each county has

What do you think of the Psychologists tell us that uni- an additional 205 Liberty National QUESTION: My husband ernment. This gives you a record received $4,500 more daring the
will
church? I do not know how much versally and basically every single personnel and their wives from soon start drawing his social to keep showing what you have current fiscal period than for '.
have about the six other states at the 30th An- security paid. the same period of the
i you thought person needs to be needed needsto checks. We have been previous
church or what conclusions you be wanted and needs to be nual Torch (Leaders') Club Con- ried 31 years and still live together. mar-- QUESTION: Some people tell year.Race

have reached but when I read loved. ference. The program will be cen- He says his checks will be to me that the smallest monthly track taxes collected ,

from the pen of Paul that "Christ Elaine Kent's report of an ad- tered on self-improvement.. support only himself. I won't be payment you make is $40.00. But I thus far this year total $7,9tt-

loved the church and gave Him- dress given to a Parent-Teacher old enough to draw. What can I know several people who get $32.- 000, an increase of $301.56 over

self for it" I am sobered by the Association meeting by Dr. EdwinR. An $882 million "bare bones" A do? I am under the care of a doc 00. 1 know one child that gets on- the previous fiscal period.

knowledge that Christ died for the Hartz, Professor of Marriageand 1963-1965 budget for the state has 1 tor.ANSWER ly $10.00 a month. Please explain. .

church. Family Life at Florida State been submitted by Budget Director : The monthly checks ANSWER: If we are paying only -

Men only give their lives for University was headlined "Ev- Harry Smith. This tops 1961- your husband will get for himself one individual (other than a SuwanneeHigh

something they value. I know that erybody needs to be somebody's 63 figures by more than $114 are his to do with as he pleases. person who began to get his

there are exceptions. A man may something!" The speaker had million. f' He can be forced by law to take checks before he reached age 65)

for the thrill of it race a train to quoted a small boy who declared. care of you if he has enough in- the least he can get is $40.00. }

the crossing and lose. Others may "I'm nobody's nothing". The come.If you are disabled Workers who start their checksat
not of the world. It must be involved ;x< and can.
unthinkingly throw their lives church for which Christ died says relevant. not get any checks under your age 62 may get only $32.00 a Menu

away in wasted purposelessness to all of us, that isn'h so. There One and might expect the churchfor own social security account you month. When there are several

but usually a man who deliberately are no unimportant people ev- which Christ died to be per could ask your local county wel family members who get checks March 18 through March 29
gives his life does so for a cause counts. fare office the amount for
the
eryone it isn't. We have difficulty .r: {o.r to look into your situ family is di- MONDAY
he believes in,.a principle he holdsin letter fect A ation. dived
Paul's Corinthian helps accepting this, don't we? Someof r If your husband's checks up among them. This often Spaghetti & Meat Sauce
supreme value or a person he us again to know what kind of a will be too small to take gives each person only a small Cabbage-Green
us who place a strong emphasison PVT. FRANCIS B. SCOTT care of Pepper Salad
dearly loves. Knowing this makesme church Christ Himself for. both of payment each month
gave Holiness believe in high stand you. and you have no oth- as his share Fruit
ask "what kind of a church writes "the church of God er income of the
He to ards for church membership. Others Army Pvt. Francis B. Scott son property or means of family's total payment Cinnamon Buns
did Christ die for anyway?" in the city of Corinth". The recognizing the weaknesses of of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Scott support you will probably get which is set by law. Bread Butter Milk

We wonder if there is some- church is never the church unless human nature stress the need for Route 5. Live Oak recently com- some help from the county wel QUESTION: I have been toldthat TUESDAY

thing about the church that we it is near enough to God to touch acceptance.I pleted the 15-week radio teletype fare office. But you will have t wife can get monthly Hamburger Steak t Gravy

have missed something we have Him and close enough to the once heard this difference operation course at the Southeastern go there and ask for it. 0payments on my record when we Potato in JacketCarrotRaisin

failed to discover. Die for the world to reach men in their need. pointed up by a question "Is the Signal School Fort Gordon QUESTION: I gave my age in are both old enough to draw Salad

church? Why some of us don'teven The church must always be rele church a hotel for saints or a hos Ga.Scott wrong when I got my social security What good does it do then for her Jello with Fruit

attend its services, or support -- vant to our times and our world. pital for sinners?" I replied. entered the Army in July card in 1937 because I didnot to pay social security on her presfeat Bread Butter Milk
its work to say nothing of Let us be quick to confess that "That's a lawyers trick. You are 1962 and received basic trainingat know my right age. I sent of job? WEDNESDAYBaked

dying for it. this is not an easy place for the offering only two alternatives.and Fort Gordon. The 20-year-old for the record and now I know my ANSWER: You must remember Ham
"The church Christ died for church to be. The church couldbe soldier attended Suwannee correct birthdate.
High Please tell first of all Frozen
who is to say that the churchis me that your wife noon w Lima Beans
must be different from the church
much comfortable andso School. how I
so more can get
my age changed has no right to Steamed Cabbage
either? disability
that I belong to," another.What pay
says utterly useless if it could withdraw my social
security record.
church I will agree that there are many ments on your work record. She Apple Saucer
kind of did Christ
a from this world and hide ANSWER
points of analogy in which the : This is very easy to can get this protection from he Rolls Butter Milk
die for? under God's skirts. On the other is but let Student Nurses Join do. Get our form OAAN-7003 and own work however.
church like a hospital Also the am
The church for which Christ
hand too frequently the churchin give us the
correct information ount
me ask some questions. Would Staff she would get as wiferanges
your
you CountyHospital
His life is church where and disabled they
a have
gave its attempt to get close to the about yourself along with from survivor
counts. Let that you want a surgeon who had Ten students dressed in the your three-eights to one- protection if their
everyone me say world and to be accepted by the social security number. Or half the mother should
another way. There are no unim smallpox to operate on you? gray and white practical nursing come amount of your payment. die. So by paying social
world has become like it. It has by our office and let us help On her security
portant people in the church -: lost its distinctiveness. Would you want a nurse in the student uniform joined the nuns with this. You will you own work record she can on her Job your wife is guaranteeing -
pediatric ward caring for the infants probably basked e get up to the full amount her
remember that. Paul said it still The church for which Christ ing staff of the Suwannee Cowl to prove herself and your family a lot
your when
who herself had impetigo? age you average earnings would provide,
another when in to ty Hospital March 4. more basic income
way writing
died exists in a tension. It can put in your claim so be protection
depending
sure
A doctor or nurse does not haveto These you on the age at which than
the church at Corinth he likened students are she would have
receiving from
never be comfortable. It is alwaysin keep the record of your
she
your age. Youwill decides to start
be in health to help getting her
perfect i
the church to the human body. danger. It cannot be otherwise. on-the-job training as part of need it later on. checks. If work record alone.
The lessons for the church in this others but the very nature of their practical nursing educationat you have dependent 'I
Jesus knowing this "I QUESTION
prayed Right
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after I got children, under
their work does make demands age 18 or over 18THURSDAY
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simple illustration speaks to each prayed not that thou shouldest Junior College zny first check at l\IcCrimRft'sd.
a man came by and ------
them. The nature of the in
of us. The church can never say, take them out of the world but upon Madison. said he was a Social Security
about who has drifted work of the church in its ministry They are Mrs. Lavonne ag
anyone that thou shouldest keep them Bishop, ent. He said you
paid me too
or walked out, "Let him to the sin-sick insists that we Greenville; Mrs. Leila B. Burn-
away go, from the evil". much and he had come to collect DINE AND DANCE
we are better off without him." The church for which Christ continually seek His cleansingand ette Cherry Lake; Mrs. Evelyn the extra money you paid me. I

No one can say because of their died must be in the world butrv .that we strive for righteousness. Draggers, Madison; Mrs, Janie didn't have the money at home NIGHTLY
Ruth
Penny, Madison: Mrs. Ver-
I
so told him I would
Perhaps someone is saying, "'I gie Peppers; Madison; Mrs. Ethel office and see about it. He go looked to the BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT
still can't understand
why Christ Revels Pinetta Miss
; Rosie
FREE would die for the church 1wouldn't. Upton Dowling Park; Mrs. Lot surprised send and left. Do you ever Admission: $2.00 Couple On Friday
our collectors
." like this? NO :
tie MINORS
Stephens Madison; Mrs. Ma PLEASE
24-HOUR ANSWER
: No
we do not. You
: A group of people visited a lei ry Vickers Madison
Mrs.
; Cora
I >.. ::: OXYGEN EQUIPPED were smart to answer this
\
., ..... ersarium on a mission field. They Windsor Monticello. the man LITTLE
: HICKORY
r1 }: way you did. If
I\...<$: :lr) :.. :. Ambulance Service were guided on this tour by a very Their work at the hospital is overpaid we would have you had been
., sent
t" you
)=:i<>: attractive young Christian nurse being supervised by Mrs. Virginia
a letter Formerly
: telling Country Kitchen
":':: :':: :: who had dedicated her life I to Kennedy, RN nursing instructor. you this. Of course
: :: if you failed to Madison Florida
Phone 362-3333 helping these unfortunates. These answer, we might ,

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JAMES B. DANIELS t __ rotting flesh and felt the lonely ---- Oils, the deposit-free oils with the amazing ashleas

FUNERAL HOME hoplessness.When with detergent that almost halts engine wear! Choose
leaving
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East Howard from RPM Special and RPM
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nurse and said "I wouldn't do oils. Both are high-detergent Both clean engine
J. B. DANIELS L.F.D. RPM
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>' : what OILS
S. C. BASS, JR.EMERT w S '> dollars.you" are doing for a million parts as you drive, keep your engine young. You'll
; ; find that RPM in crankcase
POTEET "Neither would I", replied the Want your car to sing through your means long-run-
spring...with smoother
-
ning better
mileage
nurse. "Christ loved the church protection for your car. One try
md performance, every mile? Want engine parts so tells
gave Himself for it. I why Standard products are Dixie's favorites! "
clean, so friction-free, save to 1
you up gallon of STANDARD
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County Agent's Column Net Cigarette Taxes ; P13i/9AY k&J1II1Ea
Tomb I Ir City $4,514
Dorr Live Oak will receive $.(.511
DOWN TO EARTHBY
as its share of state cigarettetax JJ1JJ1
collections in January
# Richard B. Keating director of
PAUL CREWS = HE'S A GRACIOUS! HE FLIES the State Beverage Department
L- I:JET PILOT NOW. FROM COAST TO
announced last week. If the location of your -. T"
About this time each year our I cent of the cases we find it neces- HOWS V FLIES OVER COAST IN JUST Qualified municipalities in this home whether it be new ---
.Ir people begin to get real concerned sary to recommend one ton of 1vuR Sort. ?\ 500 MILESAN. NOrll hE.MRSSMITl area received a share of the or old, doesn't permit you ,.- 43 4
about their tobacco crop. This dolomite to the tobacco fields funds include Branford $670; to have a basement you
...# year, more so than in the past, providing their pH calcium and Lv Jasper, $1,836; Mayo, $896; need some form of outdoor
farmers are concerned about whatkind magnesium clearly indicates a s storage for lawn furniture
Madison $2,847; and Lake City,
of tobacco to plant, how they need for dolomite. If a person ;Lo $7,518. garden tools, mowers,toys
are to fertilize space and treat does not take a soil sample we do Total cigarette tax collections and bicycles.
If have a ,
for suckers and insects. dolomite for tobacco you garage
recommend
not N for the month were $3,168,285.Of your problem is partly
While we are thinking about fields. Also in these soil this amount, $993,007 will solved-if the garage is
these factors I$f. t ;'A samples, about 90 per cent of the go to the state general revenue large enough to accommo-
am remindedthat 'l.if'::,"<(%' "' .(./" time we recommend a 4-8-12 or fund and the balance distributed date all tools,toys and miscellaneous .
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I have a t"rrp.! <" / closely similar fertilizer analysis.We \ 1 t \ to cities. items and still
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"" ',;,./ ;. The largest recipient of the leave some room
mary of standard & "t a split application. 750 pounds funds, Miami received $216,367. family automobile during
p grades that I': >: /.j" /' applied in bands on either side of TT DOESNT SEEM Sr TOOK HIM ALL Nearby Jacksonville received inclement; weather. 1 place unit beneath overhang, giving -;
r will be proposed ;: J the rows and 750 pounds at the POSSIBLE HE'S THE AFTERNOON GETTING $113,541. : If the garage is too small, or if I it some protection from the:
to the USDA first cultivation. SAME BOy I USED '7i) i BACK. you have only a carport, then you' weather.
Grading Services 4- Quite often people ask us why SENP TO THE CORNER need storage space. A unit of the I' Regardless of whether unit is
"", "'y -\ DRUG STORE. shown above can be constructed under carport or attached to backof
for
the 1963 flue- .rl we don't recommend 3000 poundsof Congress MayApprove t type
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cured tobacco. 1ffF fertilizer per acre. We know inexpensively by the do- garage,choose quality,weather-
These proposed ::i k when we recommend only 1500 '!t it-yourselfer or the professional resistant materials for construe
Pension I lion. Ask your lumber dealer for
standard grades will be recommended pounds per acre that In a majority 1 i carpenter. .
If there is room under carport recommendations.and
in the very near futureas of the cases the farmers are
the grades used during 1963 going to apply more fertilizer. We For VeteransWorld
and future years on grading of too. feel it best to fertilize moderatelyin I The Florida forest industry includes 21 wood treating pteate.
bacco. a split application with the War I veterans in Su- nine pulpmills. 171 sawmills I I
I: This year for the first time, 16 analysis based on soil test results.On i wannee County and elsewhere in 21 veneer and crate plants (School Supplies at MeCrfanon's)

r*......factor additional of "S"grades(which with means a special slick) plants,spacing we believe of that the in 42 tobacco inch I the benefits nation from may pension receive significant legislation ................................................................

will be added to the already long rows 18 to 22 inches is a better pending before the 88th Congress. .
list of grades. You will recall that spacing than 10 to 16 inches. Too Approximately 150 veterans SPECIALSt.
in 1962 approximately 175 grades often our tobacco is planted so know what this chemical was. but chemical sucker control, or any who live in Suwannee County and a
were used. Our people recom- thick it cannot possibly get the he explained that this was MH-30 other factors that tend to cause 70 in Hamilton County would receive Patrick's
mended less grades but find that air and sunlight it needs to develop doubled and trippled. For quality pale, slick tobacco. Our Suwan- increases to $100 per monthif Day .Dance
there will be 16 extra grades. into quality tobacco. Our tobacco if our farmers are allowed nee County farmers can do muchto the bill passes. There are overa
We may ask ourselves why have farmers are urged to give their to use this chemical use only improve the marketing situa- million and a half veterans in SATURDAY MARCH 16
our farmers been producing slick tobacco ample space. Use the 1 gallon per acre regradless of the tion by trying to produce the typeof the nation. ,
tobacco. Really there are several kinds of insecticides recommended plant population. tobacco the buyers want. Pledges have been received
factors involved that can cause and the amounts for best con- Harvest only ripe tobacco. The Our tobacco is grown to sell. from 369 members of Congress for
slick tobacco. Over irrigating over trol of insects. new varieties, namely Florida 22 There is little or no use for this favorable votes for the pension WAYSIDE LOUNGELAKE
fertilizing with excessive potash What.about using MH-30? We and NC 95 needs additional time crop for home consumption. We plan. World War I veterans received -
with excessive chemical control do not know, but should be able in the field to properly ripen if urge our people to take every pre- a congressional charter in CITY, FLORIDA ;
and the harvesting of imma- to tell our farmers in the next few our farmers are to get quality out caution possible to try to produce 1958 and are now the third largest :MUSIC BY
ture tobacco are a few of the days whether or not it can be of these two varieties. Many quality tobacco, the kind the buy- veterans organization in the
many. factors which may cause used without identification tags farmers had sad experience in ers demand. nation. : LITTLE JOHNNY A
pale, slick tobacco. on the market floor.I 1962 with these varieties by har- . J!
Many of our farmers are having heard a farmer discussing vesting immature tobacco.If The slash pine is still the main- Psychiatrists say it's not good DINE & DANCE 8:30. ,
their soil tested. In about 98 per. MH-60 and MH-90. I did not our farmers are to get the stay in Florida's reforestation for a man to keep too much to : SPECIALIZING IN ..
price they deserve .they should program with all other planted himself. The Internal Revenue
not over fertilize over irrigate seedlings "totalling; hardly five Service says the same think. The : STEAKS and SEAFOODr

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PAGE' FOURTEEN ( '. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1983National

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.. wanaee County, Florida, at hi* office title or-interest to the lands described against them, and any persons parties
-- ----:----:- :-""' in the court house of said County at herein: corporate or todtvMvala who mar:
Founds Organization Live Oak. Florida within sb calendar You and nell of you are hereby notified claim any right title or interest to
months from the time of the first publication that a suit in equity has been the lands described herein:
of this notice. Each claim or brought against yon by Zinnie Gamble You and each of you are hereby no:,'
Inventor PioneersIn demand shall be In writing and shall and her husband, Fred Gamble in the fid that a suit in equity has ben
Telephone state the place) of residence and post Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Cir brought against you by George V. M -
,
office address of the claimant and shall cuit of Florida in and for Suwannee Carthy and Dorothy E. McCarthy >; 4
.. be sworn to by the claimant, agent or County Florida, and you are hereby wife: Raymond Eldred and his wife
The Deaf To Talk u'i attorney and any sack claim or de- summonsed ordered and required to Agnes A. EMred, in the Circuit Cour.
Teaching Y mand not so filed shall be void. file your written answer or defenses to of the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida -
Callie P. Terry the Complaint) filed herein against yon ; in and for Suwannee Covnty. Fir
A pioneering organization established by Alexander Administratrix of the Estate of in said cause in the office of th. Clerk Ida and you are hereby summonsed
Irwin D. Terry deceased of the Circuit Court, in and for Suwan ordered and required to file your written
Graham Bell today carries on the work dearest to the 44-47 nee County Florida at the Courthouse answer or defenses to the Complaint
in Live Oak Florida, on or before the filed herein against yow ia said causeIn
great inventor's heart. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 5th day of April A. D, 19CS, and serve the office of the Clerk of the Circu i
The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf, tY 4.' A' ti' W-hy *: INVITATION TO BID a copy of the said answer or defense Court, in and for Sawannee County,
S. ? 14 F. >.'9ar. Scaled Bids will be receded in the upon W. J. Winburn Jr., Attorney for Florida at the Ce rth vse te Live Oak. f
founded in 1890, continues to lead deaf children from bewildering rr Y office of the District Forester. Florida Plaintiffs. P. O. Box 3S9. Live Oak. Florida, on or before the 5th day cf
-- Forest Service, 1214 Tower Driver. Tallahassee Florida on or before said date as required April. A. D. 19M. and serve a copy cf
silence into the worldof Florida, until J:00 P. M. by the Laws of the State of said answer or defense UJlO8 W. J. WI'i -
sound.At deaf children, and prints excerpts EST). March 29, 19 63, for furnishingall Florida. If you fail to do so, a decree burn Jr.. Attorney for Plaintiffs, P C.
in the Volta Re- labor and materials and providingall pro confesso will be entered against yon Box 339 Live Oak. FUrW. on or before
a time when most authorities from their letters work necessary and incidental for for the relief demanded in the Com- said date as required by the Law
held that deaf children were view, its monthly maeadne. the construction of two towennan's plaint. of the State of Florid If yon fail to &.>
mother of residences one located at Falmouth, The nature of said suit is to establish so a decree pro eosfesso will be enter'ed
doomed to mutism. Dr. Bell firmly In a recent issue, the and the other at Rocky Hill in Snwan- title to the following described against you for the relief demanded
believed that they could be taughtto an 8-year-old boy proudly reported nee County. A separate bid shall be land in the Plaintiffs, to quiet title In the ComplaintThe
received submitted on each project. and to remove clouds therefrom as set nature of said snit is to establish .
a
speak and by lipreading, learnto that her son had Materials, equipment, and labor furnished forth in said Complaint, enjoin and restrain title to the following described
undertsand others. "B" in reading a subject he and all work performed shall ben you and anyone from assertingany land In the Plaintiffs to quiet title aril
first-grade accordance with the drawings and right, title. Interest claim or demand to remove clouds therefrom as set funh:
Even until his death in 1922, takes in a regular specifications, pertaining thereto. Said in and to said lands, or every in said Complaint, enjoin and restrain _
when asked to state his profes- classroom with hearing children.Dr. plans and specifications may be inspected part or parcel thereof, and from prosecuting you and anyone from asserting cry
enjoyed the at the office of the District or attempting to prosecute any right, title interest claim *r demand.
sion, Dr. Bell replied proudly, "I Bell would have : Forester Tallahassee Florida and each suit in equity or action at law to obtain ia and to said lands. or every part <,r
am a teacher of the deaf". letter, since he always stressed ARTILLERY ON WHEELS Heavy mechanized artillery I prospective bidder may procure one set possession of title to the following parcel) thereof and from prosecutingor
should associate in this released photo from the Soviet upon deposit of $%$. This deposit will described real estate all lying and being attempting to prosecute any suit .;iequity
Worldwide Membership that deaf youngsters pieces are shown recently be refunded in full to all bidders upon situated in Suwannee County FlorIda or action at law to obtain pov
Dr. Bell's Association has 4,000 with hearing and speaking News Agency Tass, in connection with iSth anniversary of the return of the plans and specificationswithin to-wit: session of title to the foDowtsg descnb
Soviet Army-Navy. ten (10) days after bids are op The West Half (W%) of the East ed real estate all lying and being si:a*
members in every state and in 46 children. ened. Half (EK of South East Quarter ated in Suwaanee Osnty, Florida, tu>
countries the National Geogra- The Volta Review carries tech- Each bid should be marked "SEALEDBID (SEA) of Section 16. Township 4 wit:
articles for teachers of the "The modern newspaper literally ON FALMOUTH TOWERMAN'S'RESIDENCE South Range 12 East; containing WH of the NE% : SH of the
Society says. Its headquarters nical Public NoticesNOTICE OR ROCKY HILL TOW- 40 less.
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phic acres more or NW 4 ; NW% of the NEK; NE,.
is the Volta Bureau housedin deaf, doctors, researchers, and rehabilitation has its fingers reaching out toward ERMAN'S RESIDENCE TO BE OP- The name of the Court in which said of the SW 3s ; and all el the W 4 <,f
ENED MARCH 29. 196S", and delivered suit has been instituted is the Circuit
in workers. The novelist quarter of the globe the SW% lying and being North
a Grecian-style building every through the mail or otherwise to the Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in of the Lake CIty a" Pnemoucf
D. C. i Sinclair Lewis was one of its ear- and every finger is sensitive and OF LEGISLATION address above. I' and for Suwannee County Florida and Road in Section 1. Township 4
Washington brings back the treasures -. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No- The Florida Board of Forestry reserves the abbreviated title to said cause is: South. Range 14 East.
Founded by Dr. Bell in 1887, the ly editors. every nerve tice is hereby given of intention to apply the right to waive informalities' Zinnie Gamble and her husband. Fred The name of the Court in which sal
Bureau is the world's leading The Bell Association also pub- of the intellectual wealth to the 1963 Session of the Florida on any bid to reject any or all bids in Gamble vs. J. I. Kirkland. et aL suit has been Instituted ia tic Ciriuit
Volta specialized books on deaf- stored up there, and a Legislature for passage of an act relatIng whole or part with or without cause Witness my hand as Clerk of the Cir- Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in
information center about lishes that are to small claims court in Suwannee and/or to accept the bid that in its cuit Court and seal of said Court in Live and for Suwannee C.**4y, Florida an4
The Bureau's library on ness. Titles range from "Tim and photograph of the occurrences of County; amending section 7 of chaptei judgment will be for the best interest Oak. Suwannee County. Florida, on this the abbreviated title to saW cause J- t
deafness. illustratedbook there taking place. 26862, 1951 as amended by chapter 57- of the State of Florida. 8th day of March A.D. 1963. George V. McCarthy and Dorothy E
deafness and speech, based on His Hearing Aid", an life that are 724 Laws of Florida, providing change FLORIDA FOREST SERVICEB. Lavaughn A. Sessions McCarthy his wife: Rayro.a4 Eldred
Bell's personal collection, is for children, to "The Young -C. D. Warner, author. in fees for filing providing effective C. LEYNES. FISCAL AGENT Clerk of Circuit Court and his wife. Agnes A. EMred vs. A
Dr.
date. 44-45 Suwannee County Florida
Evaluation and Goldstein et aL
Child
the world, Aphasic :
probably the largest in 44-47 (SEAL) Witness my hand as Clerk of the Circuit
containing books in more than Training". Real toenail and fingernail IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE By: Geraldine :M. Gamble D.C. Court and seal of said Court i-
continues IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 44-47 Live Oak Suwannee C..nty, Florida, en
Bell's Association the fingers .
Dr. used on FLORIDA.IN FLOR-
20 languages. clippings are OF SUWANNEE COUNTY FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY this 8th day of March A.D.. un
work that had interested the inventor Paul Cun- RE: The Estate of IDA. IN CHANCERY.SUIT .
England modeled its National and toes of.: the figures Olive Russell also known as TO QUIET TITLE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Lavaughn A. SesiisiuOerk
along the since his youth. His father designs for his Princeof and her husband, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of OrevH Overt
Institute for the Deaf ningham Mrs. Olive M. Russell. ZD4NIE GAMBLE Suwa ne C..Bty, Florida
FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUW AN-
Melville Bell devised Florida's deceased. FRED GAMBLE.
lines of the Volta Bureau and Alexander Peace Memorial of Notice Of Filing Petition Plaintiffs. NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. (SEAL)
followed the precepts of Dr. Visible Speech a system which Silver Springs. There is no sub- For Discharge vs. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE By: GeraUtee M. Gamble D.f'
Japan 44-47
revising its method of gave a symbol to each position stitute that looks as real. cun- Notice is hereby given that I have J. I. KIRKLAND et al., GEORGE V. MCCARTHY and DOR-
BeD in filed my Final Returns as Administrator Defendants. I OTHY E. McCARTHY his wife;
teaching the deaf. taken by speech organs in repro- ningham says. of the Estate of Olive Russell also NOTICE TO DEFEND RAYMOND ELDRED and his wife.
the Association ducing sounds. Young Bell mas- known as Mrs. Olive M. Russell deceased IN THE NAME OF I AGNES A. ELDRED. LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
Through the Bureau and that I have filed my Petition THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I Plaintiffs.
answers requests for information tered the system and one of his A boat guide William Crowell, for Final Discharge and that or TO: Each of the following named De- Ta.
from librarians earliest journals, dated 1868, des- of ten the 12th. day<< of April. 1963 I will ap- fendants: Elias Suggs J. I. Kirkland A. GOLDSTEIN et aL
and guidance has traveled the equivalent ply to the Honorable Reece Brown, J. D. Evans Viley A. Hart. V. A. Defendants.NOTICE .
hospitals physicians, cribes how he taught speech to times around .the world in ope- County Judge of Suwannee County Hart Vilo Hart. Leo Hart.V.. R. TO DEFENDIN Small or Large Areas
deaf children. Florida for approval of said Returns and Mosley and Audrey W. Mosley. his THE NAME OF
nurses teachers in training, government four rating his Glass Bottom Boat at for Discharge of such Administrator. wife Elsie B. Herndon R W. Sle- THE STATE OF FLORIDA: CALL
bureaus, sociology students After the Bell family moved Florida's Silver Springs, but he George Morrison maker and all persons individuals TO: Each of the following named De-
from their native Scotland, Alex- Administrator of the Estate of corporate or partnership their respective fendants: A. Goldstein, J. Q. Dickereon -
and graduate students never gets more than a mile from Olive Russell also known as unknown spouses living or Victor H. Knight, Monroe C.Gsithre H. G. TURNER
seeking material for theses. ander Graham Bell opened a his home port. Crowell has over Mrs. Olive :M. Russell deceased. dead, their unknown heirs at law John A. Graham and O. O.
"school of vocal physiology" in 44-47 living or dead and all natural Defendants Carter and all persons individuals, 963-2751 '
Every year, thousands of par- 35 years service with the Springs. whose names are not knownto corporate or partnership their respec- Night
ents of deaf children ask the As- Boston. Through his work he met IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the Plaintiffs their unknown corporate tive unknown spouses living or dead. Day 9632373or
future wife Mabel Hubbard, I JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY ) Defendants partnerships) trustees and all natural Defendants whose
his
fiociation for help. They receivean Here's a tip to pedestrians: Stay FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. creditors or otherwise whose names are not known to the Plaintiffs write
information kit that answers who had been deaf since an attack sober when you walk and watch I m RE: Estate of names are not known to the Plaintiffs their unknown corporate Defendants
of scarlet fever as a small IRWIN D. TERRY or any persons claiming by partnerships trustees creditors or P. O. Box 475
the most frequent questions about for the driver who isn't. Deceased. through under or against them and otherwise whose names are not WELLBORN FLORIDA
deaf children, a list of books and child but had learned to read lips To All Creditors and Persons Having any persons parties corporate or individuals known to the Plaintiffs or any per- ,
educa- and speak with facility. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: who may claim any right sons claiming by, through under or
pamphlets information the You and each of
Laboratory Association in you are hereby noti-
tional and vocational services and Inspired by his wife's achievement father's fied and required to present any claims
Dr. Bell determined that carriage house of his and demands which you or either of
the addresses of groups of par- home in the Georgetown sectionof you may have against the estate of
ents who have deaf children. "no deaf child in America shall Irwin D. Terry deceased, late of said

These mothers and fathers' be allowed to grow up mute with- Washington.The new laboratory. developedthe County to the County Judge of Su- J.UXURYCARTRtfjB, 1SI'ONDS'AHDTOOISELLKEJOUGHTTQCOSAJThNSOI )

meet to discuss mutual problems.One out earnest and persistent efforts
the first com-
graphophone,
having been made to teach him
organizations -
hundred parents'
successful recording
in the United States and to speak and read lips". mercially machine. Dr. Bell used his share FARM FOR SALEBY ,
with the Telephone Helps Deaf
affiliated
Bell Canada Association are It prepares a When the telephone proved suc- patents from the to sale endow of the the graphophone Volta Bureau OWNER You\ 're l oklngat- Impala Super Sport speed manual ar Power g lid. transmission?

newsletter for them and sends cessful, Dr. Bell wrote to his and build a home for it 260 acre cattle farm located 4 Convertible which, along with its cousin ositractionl fade-resistant sintered-metal-

speakers, films, and tape record- mother: "Now we shall have across the street from the Bell miles south of Branford on Old- the Sport Coupe, absolutely embarrasses lie brake linmgs,and a tachometer-- -to relaywhat's .

ings to their meetings. Deaf per- money enough to teach speech to house. In 1890. Dr. Bell foundedthe town Highway U. S. 129. Also higher priced cars. cooking up front. .
talk are little deaf children." fronts state paved highway. 1/8th ; Just before rush off to Chevrolet
sons who have learned to Volta Speech Association for That special trim and those front bucket you your
an unfailing source of inspirationto In 1880, France awarded Dr. the Deaf, which later was renam- mile from Steinhatchee Game Reserve seats merely hint at the comforts you find dealer, may we remind you that both '
Bell Volta Prize of 50,000 2 miles from Suwannee offer the Com-
its Impala Super Sports new
the parents. ed in his honor. He also found built into every Impala Super Sport.
Correspondence Clubs francs, about $10,000 for his invention River. Fenced and cross fenced fortilt steering wheel.You adjust it to suit
used time to serve as second presidentof with new 46" hog wire. 5,000 dead Performance? It's remarkable, an under-
of the telephone. He driving style flick it out of the
way
correspondence your
The Association sponsors the National Geographic So- heart Cyprus posts, 1.4 acres tobacco statement we can afford when there are 7
clubs for parents of the money to set up the Volta is the for easy entry and exit.
ciety. allotment, 29 acres corn base engines to choose from. One of which

The staff and volunteers of the 8 mobile covered cow troughs. 3 I popular 340-hp Turbo-Fire 409, a wizardin All three Chevrolet series-Biscayne,
Volta Bureau and the Alexander water tanks with floats plus traffic and a joy on the open road. And Bel Air and Impala-deserve a long look.

: / Graham Bell Association for the permanent water, $150 per acre. others all the way up to 425 hp*. Super Sports demand it.

000.w ii Deaf carry on their founder's CALL If you want an extra flourish or two,mull Super Sport 'equipment available on
j t1fO @}1\W@@ work always mindful of Dr. Bell's over extra-cost options like floor-shift four- both Impala Convertible and Sport Coupe.

words: "One of the greatest T. W. CAUSE Optional at extra cost.

Joseph Pulitzer started a campaign to raise $100,000 for pedestalof achievements in the world is that FR 23394GAINESVILLE

the Statue of Liberty, March 15, 1885. Maine became the 23rd State of the child born deaf who learnsto FLORIDA

admitted to the Union, March 15, 180. talk."

Magellan landed In the Philippines, March 18, 151. The UJ5. Military Br ,,,

Academy was established, March 16, 180 .

.March 17 Is St. Patrick's Day. General Douglas MacArthur arrivedin STUMP BROS. q

Australia to become supreme commander of forces in the. .southwest

Pacific, March 17, 1942. VALDOSTA GEORGIA r.
>King George of Greece was assassinated, March 18, 1913. Czar ,
Nicholas of Russia abdicated, March 18, 1917. BUILDING SUPPLIES_ QUALITY FIRST : .

", .!The US. Senate rejected the Versailles treaty, March 19, 1920.
Canada and the U.S.. signed agreement to develop the St. Lawrence Westinghouse Built in Oven \

Seaway, March 19, 19U.

Daniel Webster, secretary of state, Issued at President Harrison's and Cook $192.36 L I

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