Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00328
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00328
 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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With The Courthouse. Hit 3 Businesses 'Use Of MH30Low

Reaction to comment in this Two young boys from Lake

column last week about the dire x.5em. City broke into three down-

need of facing up now to the town businesses Monday
problem of Courthouse repair indicates .' night, stole miscellaneousitems Quality Tobacco To Get .

_ : that people of this coun- from each establish-

_ ;y are becoming provoked with ment, and forever marred Sharp Discount

delay and want something done- their futures with the stig- Fuqua Says
| to stop the daily deterioraion :
of the county's main gov- ma of crime. Congressman Don Fuqua said last week that the U.s.

_ ernmental building. : "Those kids asked me to have Department of Agriculture had informed him that no action -

__ Recently I was in Milton and them sent to Marianna" Sheriff is to be taken by the Department this year with regards -

was impressed with the way in Hugh Lewis said. 'They said to MH-30 sucker control chemical on flue-cured

which Santa Rosa County solved they knew they had done wrong tobacco, but that low quality tobacco will be sharply dis-

their problem in this field. The 4y and would rather go out there counted. -
and than go back home.
iriginal building was retained Fuqua and other congressional
Modernized two wings addedto The two boys one 14 years To Mount
and _, ; Jaycees leaders from the tobacco producing -
old, the other 15 were appre-
care for all governmental agencies Nz. states met with Secretary flC
Street NumbersThe
hended after Tuesday near
is noon
[ The
in the county. Orville Freeman in
} improved 3. the City Cemetery Lewis said. Junior Chamber of Com- Agriculture
[striking and D. C. to
Washington, on Tuesday
facilities for county government.Just The Sheriff said the lopsidedtracks 3 merce will begin Thursday, Mar.
action being
strongly protest
from missing shoe heel 21 to correct street any
the other day I read where a put up taken to discount tobacco on
underway a gave them away. He said he no- numbers from the 500 block of
Holmes County has plans which the chemical is used. The-
to bring their facilities up to 4 ticed from footprints near the Helvenston Avenue through five ruling of the Department came

date. That county is applying YI scene of the breaking that one blocks south. This includes approximately last week.

[ in the \ of the suspects' shoes was miss- 26 houses.
., for Federal funds to help said that the Agriculture
told the same ing a heel. Lewis said this was According to Ronald Green, Fuqua
./ project and am 'S had told him that
arrangement could be made here. the clue that clinched their guilt president of the Jaycees, the Department
; and
:l[ county commissioners and led officers to arrest them. numbers will be put up in sec- grade standards price sup-
NO doubt
Ji in the of revision -
have investigated this pos- Businesses Entered tions of the city, with a differ-
will reflect quality
iribility. The three businesses broken ent section being covered each
into Suwannee Valley Dair- week. The will furnish to present market standard
Cr I find that the majority of the were Jaycees Tobacco -
definite plans ies office building Dale and Rad- the numbers and mount them and consumer preferences.
Mjpeople feel some will be
In the grades
{ onshould be made to get this badly ford, and R & V Furniture. for a $1 fee from the property low level.

: wi needed work underway. It's that time of year again. Suwannee County's multi-million dollar flue-cured tobacco crop is Lewis said he received a call holder, Green said. supported The USDA at a noted price, Fuqua said,

a It would appear that major d1istlJrt going into the ground. The activity at Van Jones' farm in McAlpin is typical of fast and furious around 1 a.m. from the city police Green said this work would that it is essential that the fine

of the commissioners<< is on planting occurring all over the county. Pictured above are Mrs. Irene Vann, Mrs. Vanette Faulkner, department, notifying him continue piecemeal each week quality reputation American tobacco -
that someone had broken into the until all the buildings in the
building and maintaining county Mrs. Ella Mae Sumner, and Thomas Fields, colored. The tractor driver is Edwin C. Faulkner has earned be maintained.
dairy building. After the other city are properly numbered.He .
(I, Broads. This is a vital part of the will
1 responsibility! and duty of each firms opened for business on said the city had agreed Otherwise tobacco producers
Commissioner. But at the same Dr. Frank Goodwin Tuesday morning, they. advisedthe to put up street markers in not be able to meet competition
which is increasing ,
-4 aitime I feel maintaining county Road Chief Quits Sheriff that their buildings each section of the city that is from Rhodesia every year and
had been broken into and particularly
and mer- by the Jaycees.
Hiproperty is just as important
vital to the welfare of the coun- Chamber To Kick-Off Livestock Board Promotes chandise stolen. Jaycee work crews will put Canada.The Department emphasized
Lewis said the boys pilfered a up numbers Thursday after-
I &j Y.I number of sweet rolls from the and that quality tobacco will be sup-
doubt but what this noon night and another
1 i Work have will no eventually be done but Project At Quarterly Meeting Bulldozer ManThe dairy which they ate. They took crew will mount numbers on ported at a strong price and poor
low USDA
tobacco at The
a price.
three transistor radios and five Friday and
Saturday, Green
,J/feel the time for action is now, The Chamber of Commerce at its quarterly meeting batteries from Dale and Radford concluded.. urged farmers to use approved

'f9r only a visit to .the structure of Tuesday will sponsor a beef and pork barbecue in the Board of County Commissioners and stole five throw rugs and two varieties and follow sound cul-

1f js needed to bring a sense high school] cafeteria for Saturday accepted the i tural practices and noted that-
that an estimated 400-600 people to large blankets from R & V Furn-
'ofihame that we have allowed resignation of Road Superintendent -: the farmer who tried to producea
kick off the Livestock
$25,000 Promotion iture Store.
reach such Junior Woman'sClub
tlrtand'old .building to Marcus Smith and appointed i
'Dr.: 'Frank Goodwin, noted speaker and professor at' The Sheriff said all of thismerCha.nd big crop and gets poor quality
w horrible state. B. T1. Brookins a longtime'bulldozer will find his income cut sharply
the of Florida, will be se was recovered exCept ,
University {
I operator :for the county
the principal speaker. The topic the sweet rolls and one of To SponsorRed next summer.
The Forestry Field Day pro'gram as "temporary superintendent. ;
[ The announcement urged farmers -
11 Fines for Goodwin's address is "Are the radios. "Anyone who pickedNo.
to be held here April Mayor Marcus Smith was hired by the
_ ( 3 Continued on Page 8)Bryant ) to pay special attention to
could well be the finest avenue You A Fourth Class Passenger? board in January less than two Cross DriveThe I cultural practices that have an

dJIDls county has ever had to show Farmers, Chamber members months ago to replace veteran
effect the
important on quality
E for among those Local Woman and their wives are invited. superintendent Harvey Carroll
its potential Cites Former Junior Woman's Club this; of tobacco: (1) Improper ue of
B planning to be here are national "The Livestock Promotion will who was fired at the first com- week announced plans to conducta fertilizer (2) excessive irrigation,

Lund state leaders, both in the I be the biggest thing that ever mission meeting in 1963. Suwannee ResidentGov. campaign in the community to I (3) close spacing of plants (4)

,field of business and in politics. Suspends LevyMayor happened to Suwannee County, In other business, the commis- Farris Bryant presenteda raise funds for the Suwannee harvesting immature tobaeee,

g, Details for the day's event are including tobacco" Chamber sion bound over for study a pro- plaque last week to WilburS. Chapter of the American Red and (5) use of chemicals to con-

being 'Worked out by the Seaboard J. Marvin Phillips in President S. T. McDowell told the posal to pay the expenses of the Bell, a native of Suwannee Cross. trol suckers. ,

__\irline Railroad and the main City Court Monday fined Mrs. Chamber directors Tuesday night. county agent and his wife to attend County, for his outstanding Mrs. Pat Burch, president of The Department said that f

thing we need to do is to begin Jessie William Baker $20 and Lamar Hancock chairman of a national outstanding young achievement as executive man- the club, said the drive would or all of these cultural practices any

paint program in suspended the penalty.Mrs. the Chamber's Agricultural Committee farmer convention in Tulsa, of the
:3 clean up up ager Haynes City Cham- begin at 7 pjn. on Thursday, when improperly followed will
the downtown_ area of Live Oak, Baker, who was charged said he began taking in Okla. with Eugene McCall and ber of Commerce. March 28. "Every door In this harm the tobacco. Particular:
hat will bring favorable com- with reckless driving and causingan the cash for the project this week. his wife. Through Bell's leadership, the care
community will be knocked upon must be used, the announcement
ment for the many visitors who accident, told the Mayor that Over a period of the next few The agent served as state chair- Haynes City Chamber won theGovernor's for your contribution to keep this in
applying chemicalsfor
twill be here.Suwannee. she had arranged to take care weeks the pledges will be in, Han- man of the Outstanding Young Chamber of Com- chapter alive in Suwannee Coun- sucker control.
fortunate of the damages caused by the recent cock said. Farmer Awards
j County was selection last year merce Merit Award for its accomplishment ty", she said.
the site collision that did $150 dam- "We are right at the when McCall Fuqua said that Secretary Free-
in being chosen as $25,000 was named the.Out- in community Mrs. Burch noted that the Su
man said that MH-30 is t
Ifor this event and is sure to reap age to Herbert Black's 1950 Ford. mark for five year pledges now," standing Young Farmer in Flor- development.Bell only one
wannee County Chapter of the
of a number of factors that affect
Our Her case had been continued from. the committee chairman said.
f untold favorable comment. and two other officialson American
ida.Ronald Red Cross "finds itselfIn the quality of tobacco and that
{((Potential in forestry and live- last week. Hancock told the group that the Green appeared before the Chamber received this a most embarrassing position". use of the chemical will be treat-

r (stock is tremendous and such programs "I believe you had an experi- program was moving along as the board and requested that the award from the Governor. In She explained that there are no ed like other factors that affectquality.

( as the one in April will do ence there of about $150 which well as could be expected at the county in addition to paying the addition, Bell received a plaquefor local funds to cover costs of em- .

'nuch to show our land owners should impress you with the seri- present time. He said that Coun- expenses of McCall and his wife his contribution to the
ergency communications and services If MH-30 afecte UJS.
I good practices in seeing that potential ousness of careful driving." ty Agent Paul Crews had reported (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) Chamber's progress. adversely
to and in
men women revised grades for the tobacco,
Dan Washington colored appeared growing from .
is reached in forestry. response
farm-I armed services their dependents it will
automatically discount itself -
before the court for the
I those planning being
{acre Among for the event is R. E. (Jeff) second time in 1963. this time for ers."Paul told me that he received Farmers Fumigate NematodesClaude and victims of disaster. by a lower support price. The
driving.Washington Mrs. Burch said booklets, dis- grade of tobacco and the resulting
reckless .
[McNeill president of one of the four times as many applications -
plays, and informative material
price support level will depend -
''world's largest banks and a naive told Mayor Phil- I today (Tuesday) than any
will be placed in local firms, of- on. the quality of tobacco
of Live Oak. Jeff has maintained lips that the accelerator on the other day since the project began -
$ k fices and the
( library to reeducatethe at farmer markets. The Secretary -
close interest and con- car he was driving stuck "and Icouldn't Hancock noted.
a .l public on the need for sup- emphasized that responsibility -
''Sact with his native county and hardly stop it". The ladies at the high school r s.
+ porting the Cross. to produce quality tobacco
his presence here during the Field The Mayor instructed the chiefof cafeteria are going to cook and
to Receive rests with each farmer. Secretary
will be most welcome.It police to mark Washington's serve the food for the banquet.
"When one learns the true Freeman said he believed the
is not too early for each of license accordingly and contact'the Crews has lined up a considerable -
story and realizes commun- combination of revised grade
individual to find out Department of Safety about surprise in novel decorations
'us as an his two traffic offenses. to ity must be a giver instead of a (No. 6 Continued on Page 8))
I what do to make the give the cafeteria a "livestock
now we can
receiver the task of fund
Phillips told the Negro that appearance". He said ,
(day a big success.Suwannee everyone
(No. 5 Continued 8))
one more offense "would auto- who attends will receive a gift. .

County's livestock matically put you to walking". ? Kiwanis Cable

(promotion will get off to a good The Mayor fined Washington $20 '63 Cancer Drive ,

(start I think Tuesday when the and $4 court costs. SRA Requests 4&.z Firm Donate Set

Suwannee County Chamber of Other cases on the (docket included ,

_ (Commerce holds a dinner meet- Clarence Ross, colored, Color SlidesThe Sets $1,200 GoalA
charged with public drunkenness Service
ing in the local school cafeteria. to HospitalThe
River Author-
(No. 4 Continued on Page 8))
Winner of the slogan contest will ity last week requested of area $1.200 goal has been set for

I be announced and Frank Good- residents the use of their color the 1963 Cancer Crusade here in Live Oak Kiwanis Club

win, one of Florida's top after slides picturing April Rev. Bill NIckerson gen- presented a new television set and

':dinner speakers will be featured. Heater Explodes the historic stream scenery and along eral chairman for the fund rais- stand to Suwannee County Hospital -
surrounding -
The event is the quarterly ing drive, announced this week. Tuesday for use in the hos-

,meeting of the Chamber and will Flames Sear4Bedroom The Authority counties.is The drive will be held during pital's lobby. Cable TV Company

spotlight the five-year promotion large exhibit to be preparing shown at a the first week in April for the of Live Oak presented free cable

yf livestock recently undertaken fairs : business area and during the service for the set.
shows, conventions
'Oy the Chamber. HomeFlames and hotel lobbies third for the general house-to- Rev. J. W. Baillie, chairman of

Lamar Hancock is general One of the features of this house campaign, he said. the club's Business and Public

chairman of the promotion and burst from an explod- exhibit will be a continuous Chairmen for the general areas Affairs Committee, made the pres-

''A. P. Buddy) Nott is chairman ing kerosene heater Saturday, showing of color slides, demonstrating are Mrs. Leon Blackmon residen- entation for Kiwanis, and Jack

'5f the committee arranging the March 9, and raged through Mrs. the unparalled tial area; Mrs. Tom Cheek, busi- Barrett, local manager of the i

\I Iineeting.I S. T. Duckworth's home at 100 the Suwannee River beautyof ness area; Mrs. Rudolph Scott, cable firm, presented the service
Contestants in the livestock NW Anna Avenue causing an esti- This exhibit will be rural areas; Duke McCallister, to the hospital.

contest part of the promotion mated $1.000 damages.The throughout the displayed special gifts chairman; and Sheltie Joe Sharpies, representing the _
nation. It
plan., will attend. a+ Quick Brown as chairman for hospital's Board of Directors, and
I, two-burner heater blew up will be part of the Florida 43
I think this undertaking is of in the living room of the single Showcase in New York City for the colored areas. Mrs. Lois Johnson, Hospital Administrator -

great importance to the futureof story home around 8:35 am. two weeks later this and The national slogan for the society accepted the televisIon -
this county and should focus Mrs. Duckworth awakened to will probably be is "To Cure More, Give set and cable service for the

attention on the county as one light the heater and go into the the upcoming World's displayed Fair at in :+ More". The other slogan of the institution. .x.

that makes an honest attempt to kitchen to prepare breakfast. New York City. ACS is to save lives through the Those attending the presentation -

improve its natural .assets. I ama Shortly afterwards she heard the Anyone having color slides is education of cancer. service were John Adams: ,

firm believer in the future of explosion, saw the roaring fire in urged to contact the Authorityat "Please give generously so that president of Kiwanis; BeilHe, M.

this area as a center of a live- her living room and ran down the Box 99, LIve Oak. If you may nave a part in the cure J. KIrbY Alvin Brown member
stock industry that can and will your of cancer, and also see your doc- of Baillie's committee Barrett
street where ; ,
a neighbor in a slides are selected: the Author- Junior Jerkins farmer and resident of the Friendship -
approach that of the western part tor regularly for a check-up, so J. 8. Laird, co-owner and secre-
nearby trailer ity will
park summonedthe make
copies and return Community; takes a good look to make sere nematode "gasser"is "
(No. 1 Continued on Page 8)) fire department your originals to you may Ave your own life," ary and treasurer of Cable TV;
;you. working.
Nickerson said. Sharpies and Mrs. Johi cow.


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"In The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" I''s' Farm fl V

BANNER Consolidated LEADER I '
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 I 1 I '
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street g e I 1

' Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher 1 I FrontBy II 1.

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor : a r I Diet Deficiency Is Dangerous

i Clara S. Wadsworth ............................... Associate Editor .l Homo sapiens has a habit of medical profession. Fads are a

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager 'Sf Doyle E. picking up fads which sweep na- poor substitute for a proper medi-
tions in a thousand and one cal examination to determine
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida ConnerIn
4(4 i forms. Flagpole sitters dance diet requirements. The American
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 marathons catch words and Medical Association recently pub-
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 the event of an enemy attack phrases and antics of dress and lished a pamphlet in which it

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance r'f' ( # on the United States your behavior have swept through the pointed out that "The anti-fat,
I._ Florida Department of Agricul- country like a prairie fire. anti-cholesterol fad is not just

Q Florida Press Association 1 ilfi nAT ture will be prepared to go into Most fads are harmless. However foolish and futile It also carries .!
action. there are fads that are some risk because of the
/ a :MEMBER OF ( COUNTY We are training our personnelto dangerous. In recent years one dangers of dietary deficiency t
N.u SUWANNEE COUNTY YOJAMBER protect themselves against such fad has had to do with diet. The health and nutrition level.
COMMERCE chemical biological or radiological : It has become almost as common In this country are among the
; Ao Chamber of Commerce warfare and to carry out duties I to ask a person about his chole- highest in the world. To keep
tmt0i assigned to them in a post- sterol level as to inquire about them that way The American
z i attack period. his golf score. There has been a Medical Association recommendsa
Under conditions of general lot of discussion about diet well-balanced diet chosen from
, Taxpayers Deserve A Fairer Shake war our normal nationwide economic cholesterol and heart disease. four basic food groups the
1963 and R5 T T AA and governmental activi- The result has been a field day milk group the meat group, the
Less than three months have transpired
s ft ties would be disrupted and in for faddists. Faddists have warn- vegetable-fruit group and the
already three men have, held the position of county road 1 KISS many instances temporarily iso- ed people to avoid basic foods bread-cereal group. In short if

superintendent.One lated. such as meat. Thus the idea was you want to play with a fad pick
of the first official acts of the new board that Many warehouses processing instilled in the lay mind that one that does not endanger your

took office in January was to fire veteran superintendent plants large retail stores and certain types of fats caused heart health because you will need your
I Harvey Carroll who held the post for 28 years. On the other vital supply areas would disease. health after the fad is forgotten.

t same day Carroll was given his "walking papers," the : It Happened In probably be destroyed or contami- The result has deeply concerned -Lake Wales News

board hired :Marcus Smith to fill his shoes. 4 nated. scientists connected with the .
Agricultural production wouldalso .
7 Apparently, the fire in the kitchen got too hot for suffer from the effects of How To Kill YourselfThere
I Jtlr. Smith, and he last week submitted his resignation to Suwannee County contamination of farm lands
are a number of ways home so high? We are living at
the commission after serving less than two months
cattle 'pastures and citrus
to accidentally kill yourself in I such a fast pace and trying to do
I capacity. :Mr. Smith, who admitted he lacked the quali- groves.
home and if stretch
your own you are inclined so much that we our capabilities -
fications necessary to handle the job before he was hired, As a result preparedness can- to take that assertion lightly too thin. Some of us
became the victim of circumstances not of his own making.On 1923-1938-1953 not be stressed too much. you should know that the Na- celebrate too much. Of course.

the same day he tendered his resignation, the Departmental Emergency Duties tional Safety Council reports that some people are downright stupid.
i board appointed B. F. Brookins, long-time county truck Charles R. McNabb our Civil 28,000 persons did it in their They reach up from a tub of wat-

driver, as "temporary" road superintendent and raised ,t., From The )Files Of The Defense Coordinator has just the homes in 1962. er and screw in a light bulbor
his current salary. completed plans outlining This is a heavy toll and is approximately start to.But .
SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT duties and responsibilities
';::: emergency the same number of carelessness, the experts
We have observed this parade of events with con- of each division in the De
citizens we slaughter on the high- say. Is the greatest killer. Be
siderable chagrin. In the first place the commission com- partment.The .
ways each year. But the total careful about the simplest things
mitted a grevious mistake when it fired Mr. Carrol in the 1923 Division of Administration
Forty Years Ago - number of accidential deaths in walking down steps, around fire
1 manner it did. Mr. Carroll's retirement problems had The lovely home of Mr. and nization. We will have the pleas- for example is responsible for the United States (nonhighwaydeaths and In doing chores around the
y nothing to do with the issue. The fact remains that the Mrs. D. O. Henry on last Sunday ure of witnessing ,our home boys the overall planning and super- ) far exceeds the highway home. Try to take your time as
vision of the Civil Defense
commission fired the superintendent without providingfor was the scene of a happy reunion and visiting teams play without This Division will select plan. total. It was in 1962 approximately if death were at your side all the

a suitable replacement to assume his responsibilities when Mr. and Mrs. Henry enter- the expense entailed by baseball nel to fill the key posts and person-will 45,000. time because it is.
and still has not. That is the issue. tained at dinner the Live Oak teams of hired players. take steps to protect records Why is the U. S. toll in the Cocoa Tribune

The taxpayers of this county deserve more efficient contingent of the Henry family documents and supplies from the
of their tax monies. Operating the county and Mr. N. C. Henry of Harts- This time Live Oak Is surely
management effects of an enemy attack. It will :
has become big business and the superintendent's job is ville Tenn. going to have a brass band.It also serve as an information cen- WASHINGTON REPORTBy I IThe
the right
is now operating on
a big one. Estimated receipts in the road and bridge fund ter during any emergency.
Thomas Edward Nelson, 68 basis. Each member will furnishhis SENATOR SPESSARD HOLLAND
for the fiscal 1962-63 total approximately a quarterof Training department personnelto
year years of age for the past 25 own instrument, but the busi-
a million dollars. Most of this money comes from an years a prominent citizen of Live ness men will provide uniforms effects protect of chemical themselves biological against and the VICE PRESIDENT LYNDON bill was introduced at tb!'
eight mill levy Suwannee County property-holders. The his home at 2:35 and at the time treat the
on Oak, died at p.m. proper radiological warfare will be the JOHNSON PAYS FLYING VISIT request of the United Brotherhoodof
superintendent is responsible for causing these funds to here Saturday. boys to a banquet. responsibility of the Division of TO FLORIDA Last Monday Carpenters and Joiners which
be spent efficiently. In addition, he is responsible for These boys are all enthusiasticand Chemistry.At Vice President Lyndon Johnson, has maintained such a retirement
thousands of dollars worth of county equipment and pro- Boys and girls of Suwannee willing to purchase their own the same time the Divisionof accompanied by Senator Smathers home for its membership in Lake-
perty entrusted to his care. High School earning letters from Instruments. The leader and instructor Dairy Industry will act as an and myself visited Jacksonville land since 1928. A citrus grove.
We were shocked to learn recently that the com- athletics this year were entertained of course is Mr. Ed Porter advisor on th6 control of milk and St. Augustine where he purchased with retirement dues'

mission has not even made provision for bonding the man by Prof. H. G. Metcalf Mon- who kindly donates his ser and dairy products not under the was the featured participant in collected from members is ope-
day night of this week. vices. The following are membersof jurisdiction of the U. S. Depart- several important ceremonies. The i rated in connection with the
charged with these responsibilities.The This affair has been an annual the band: ment of Agriculture.This morning was spent on the beau- home. The grove profits, together -
amount of money disbursed in maintaining roads, event for many years given for Ed Porter David Gibbs Joe division will also maintainan tiful campus of Jacksonville Uni- with the continuing dues of
we feel, justifies the hiring of a county engineer or an expert the; purpose of getting the letter Dixon, Gentry White, Jeff Mc- estimated inventory of prod- versity which conferred its first the active membership, have fin-
:j with equivalent background and training. This person boys and girls together to elect Neiii, John Turner Ben Fleet ucts normally on hand in the honorary degree upon' the Vice anced the retirement home. A
4 could supply the expertise necessary for an efficient their officers for the coming year. John Hildreth Henry Grant state and the average day's requirements President.JU 1962 federal tax ruling definedthe

well-run county road program. And it should be his responsibility Tom Nelson, Peter Angelus and train its person- President Franklyn A. John- grove profits as unrelated income -
I to oversee county work, equipment, personneland Live Oak is to have a high George Airth Alfred Airth, Har- nel to detect contaminated dairy son presented the degree and we subject to normal tax. This
school baseball team this seasonto ry Hingson J. A. Holmes, Ford products. were joined on the speakers' plat- tax. together with penalties and
materials.In virtueof play other high school baseball Kalil Harry Bellis, Frank Greene Petroleum Products Control form by Mayor Haydon Burns. interest for the period 1951-60.
addition, he should be made responsible by teams; in this immediate terri- Sam Sweat M. F. Cook, and Tom The Division of Standards with Our party then sped to St. Au- amounts to $1.68 million which

his experience for recommending to the commissionwhat tory.; Prof. Metcalf has acceptedthe Anderson. the assistance of the Petroleum gustine for the dedication of the the union paid under protest in
; bids on materials and equipment meet required specifications challenge to effect this orga- Task Group will prepare plansto three houses comprising the first order to halt the accumulation
and prices and should be accepted on its merits. control petroleum products at completed restoration project of of charges.
Until the board is disposed to institute such progres- Twenty-Five Years Ago --- -.- 1938 the retail and bulk plant level the St. Augustine Historical and We believe that under the circumstances -

sive measures, the county can look forward to the same Charles Gay recently named Present plans indicate the chief which are not under the super- Preservation Commission. tills is an inequitable I
situation of waste and mismanagement in the road pro- manager of the state farmers object of the market at first will vision of the U. S. Departmentof FIRST LAW OF 88TH CON- situation which if continued,
gram and huge spending that is of little value to the citi- market here spoke at the weekly be to find a steady demand for Interior or other Federal ag- GRESS ENACTED President can mean the abolishment of a.
who the tab. session of the Kiwanis Club last infertile eggs. Negotiations are encies. Kennedy has signed the first bill needed haven for the aged, and ,,
zens pick up a '-' yX Friday outlining methods of ope- underway with several companiesfor This division will also prepare to pass both Houses in this session discourage such a group from ..
i ration now used by similar marts the purchase of at least 100 inventories of supply and advise Public Law No. 1. caring for its own aged members
throughout the state. crates each week at a price basedon the CD authorities on the recom- This was a supplemental appropriations TAX AMEND-
Lazes To Protect The Public Needed Prior to program time Mrs. daily operations at Jackson- mended restrictions on sale of farm measure pro- MENT PASSES HALF-WAY

Long overdue legislation to protect the public against Karl H. Koestline entertained the ville. gasoline and other petroleum viding $508 million for the Com- POINT Another nine state:.
shell home busi- membership with musical num- products. modity Credit Corporation to con-
and Mexico.
shady operators in the home repairs Idaho Hawaii, New
bers. Mrs. Annella N. Williamson has Inventories of estimated cattleor tinue its program for the rest of Minnesota North Dakota,
Utah ,
to be the move.
ness appears on been appointed Public Health processed meat on hand in this fiscal year. As Chairman of and Ver-
Committee Judiciaryand Colorado, Washington,
The Legislative Firemen began Wednesday to_ Nurse for Suwannee County it plants under state inspection will the Appropriations agricultural have ratified Con-
month my
Law Reform last week approved measures designed renovate the store space swept by was announced here this week. be the responsibility of the Division subcommittee I handled this leg- stitutional amendment eliminat-
put teeth in our present weak and ineffectual statutes. fire last week in the Hackney She has been a resident of this of Animal Industry. This islation on the Senate Floor. the poll tax in federal election
These proposals are tailored to eliminate fly-by-night operators Building. The site housed the radio county for 14 years and receivedher division will also be prepared to CUBAN REFUGEES In an States approving now total 22.
i particularly in the shell home field and shop of C. H. Harris. nursing training in Florida advise on the availibility of re- Appropriations subc 0 m m i tee more than half of the required 38.
curtail the charging of exhorbitant interest rates. with special work in Virginia. supply and continued operation of, hearing this week I questioned GOVERNOR BRYANT HERE-
One measure requires the note and mortgage on a City Attorney :Alfred Airth an- plants under state inspection.The Labor Secretary Wirtz to determ- Governor Farris Bryant and
its nounced here Thursday morninghe Emmett W. Holloway for a Division of Plant Industrywill ine what his agency is doing toward -
home improvement or a shell home contract to state on members of his staff were here
would seek re-election in the number of years assistant agentat train its personnel to deal determining and relievingthe
debt the amount of in- recently to meet with the Republican -
face the amount of the original ,
city election. Mr. Airth Atlanta Ga., has been named
upcoming with the effects of contamination unemployment situation existing -
National Committee for the
terest to be paid, and all other charges involved. is serving his first term as attorney freight agent in Live Oak for the as well as carry on its normal In Dade County because of considerationof

Another strengthens provisions of law to provide for for the city having been Seaboard Airline Railroad.K. duties. the heavy influx of Cuban refu- purpose Miami of Beach inviting as the site of theRepublicans'

penalties for excessive time-price differential similar to named in the 1936 vote.. Since citrus and vegetables will 19$4 national con
those provided in the usury statute. Ths provision would K. Kirk mechanic of 18 be a valuable source of food supply gees.Progress; must be made toward vention.

I set a limit variation of the cash price to the time payment Plans for the operation of the years experience has leased -the not only in Florida but in heading off the potentially explosive The Governor with member:
price, which would in turn save the public a sheering at, state farmers' marketing ware- garage and repair shop next to many other states the Division oi situation which could of our Congressional delegation.
the hands of those "reasonable" monthly payments. house located here are being rap- the Home Hardware and Furni- Fruit and Vegetable Inspectionwill I erupt when the waning winter extended a similar invitation to
Other broaden the definition of larcenyto idly worked out with a definite ture Company and will operate a use every means to continue! tourist season further reduces job the Democratic National Commit.
measures date for opening expected within 1 general repair business at that -
include fraudulent exaction of a promise to pay money 'I opportunities.I tee a few weeks ago and I notedwith
a few days. site. Plans will be made to assist strongly urged Secretary
satisfaction that the site
would clear cut, more selection -
in the future. This open up a more and under
growers processors Wirtz to proceed in compiling
committee visited Miami
serious avenue of retaliation against these operators by Ten Years Ago -- - 1953 emergency conditions since per- authoritative unemployment fig Beach this week.

r the courts. Principal T .Albert Delegal of the station and requested one of ishable vegetables should be used ures and assist inrelocating refugees 'I It would be an honor, as well
Stringent penalties were proposed against any person;I Suwannee High School told of the colored attendants bring him when possible to supplement the and stepping up Dade'o par- I as a great economic boon, if we
purporting to have witnessed any document not signed in :the seriousness of the problem water to wash his face. Then he ration and replace nonperishable ticipation in the accelerated pub- could secure one or both of these
his presence and any notary public who affixes his seal on facing public schools in this coun- asked for the Negro undertaker. food. lic works program. I have his assurance conventions.
a document not executed in his presence.In ty in obtaining trained and qualified Before the undertaker arrived If facilities are available can- this problem will be given AMERICAN LEGION DINNER
addition, the committee recommended general teachers to man its class- the old man died. ning will be given a top priorityin top priority. ENJOYABLE We had a large
to permit county commissions to adopt building rooms at the weekly session of the a post-attack period. TAX REVISION BILL TO delegation here for the American
legislation Kiwanis Club Wednesday.The Plans for organizing the North Food Procurement Control BENEFIT HOMES FOR AGED Legion Dinner on
codes and license building contractors.We crisis has been in the mak- Central Florida LP Gas Associa- The Division of Marketing will OFFERED I have introducedfor Ing. Heading the Florida Tuesday even-
feel these proposed statutes and others designedto ing for several years Delegal said tion were completed In Branford make plans to assist the depart- Senator Smathers and myself tion was Pasehel Reese West delega-
dull these sharpies be enacted into law at the upcoming for Florida fails each year to turn last Tuesday night when more ment and state in an effort to legislation amending the Internal Beach, National Vice Commander Palm

session of the legislature. It is an outrage and a disgrace out a sufficient number of teach- than 30 persons representing the control, distribute and procure Revenue Code so as to exempt of the Legion and former
that citizens all over Florida are being fleeced of property ers to meet the demand. majority of the LP gas distributors food during a post-attack period. that portion of unrelated income Florida Department CommanderAlso
worth millions of dollars each year because current statutes In this area met at the Bran- The Division of Inspection will which a trade union spends for present were Arthur M
fail to offer them any protection from the wheelers The Live Oak Rotary Club wenton ford Gas and Electric Company.The be prepared to assist at the coun- the operation of a home for its MacCarthy, Tallahassee, present
record this week commending gas dealer swere guests of ty level in the control and distri- retired members. Department Commander
; past
and dealers. former Marshall bution of food and In the main-
who president Wrightfor W. R. Maynard Branford dis- Commanders
crooks E. Meade
of all is that these Wilson
The grossest injustice his services to the club tenance of such restrictions and
as past tributor. Last Tuesday night's
in the public trust and freeze orders which may be issued. Mulberry Col. Ed Bentley, Lakeland -
line their pockets by cashing on member of the
president and meeting was the second meeting The Division's personnel will Admiral Maxwell
Wells, Orlando
thief -
touched by the law, while the petty board of directors.
hope cannot be in held to organize the association. 7:30 pm. also be trained in radiological defense and Billy Anderson. Miami
who makes off with his neighbor's pig can serve years The doctor is moving to Miami Walter Lee Jr. of Fuel Gas Other members of the cast Include and will be prepared to act Ralph A. Johnson Orlando pres-

a jail cell. and last Monday attended his Company of Gainesville was Mrs. Tommy Thompson as as monitors perform decontamination ent Plorlda Department Adjutant:
A halt must be called to this evil. We are lookingto final luncheon with the local club named president of the group Ruth Mr. Charles ConBoman's missions and otherwise assist CoL J. D. Murray Ft. Lauder-

the 1963 legislature for prompt and decisive action. and Dan Chandler a partner In present wife; Mrs. Jessie Parra- In the department's missionby dalemember of the National Rehabilitation
a Joe Cobb elderly Suwannee the Live Oak Gas Company was more as Elvira the dead wife being radiological specialists. Committee; and MeLvin
County Negro suffered a fatal elected secretary and treasurer. come back to do some haunting; The Department has compiledan T. Dixon St.
Ulcers are the result of mountain-climbing. over mole heart attack and died in front ofGUI's Mrs. Irby Black as Madam Ar- inventory of food In over 12,000 State Service Officer.
'. : : Service Station in Live Rehearsals on "Blithe's Spirit", chti the medium; Prank Airth as retail and wholesale establishments FLORIDA EXHIBIT AT
hills.- -:. ti Oak last Saturday, Sheriff Hugh a play with Wilbur Ben In the Dr. Blackman; Mrs. Irene May- In the state which has been SHOW OUTSTANDINGPlorida's FLOWER -
;' r .- -- Lewis reported yesterday.The leading role win get under way field as Mrs Blackman and -
turned to
; over our CD coordinators exhibit
at tfee
<;/Obstacles i :.!What'';we s''e hen our eyes slip.off*o r 70-year-old colored man In the Suwannee Elementary Mrs. James Groover as the maid. In each county who Captail Flower National
.- .,. -..JJfc:: ,. *# _-.. had driven his Model A Ford to School Auditorium Monday at Edith. local CD are assisting and Garden Show.
goals. directors. (No. 1 Continued OB Page 7)y



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Mrs. Scott HostessTo
Rocky Sink Club

The Rocky Sink Home Demon- ( f
stration Club met at the home of via -

.r Mrs. Reginald Scott Jr. on March i Jubilee
r OMEN 14 with MrsrScott presiding.Mrs. Spring r1.
Rudolph Scott gave the
devotional, "Train Up A Child", : VIlU .
followed by the club creed. .
CLARA S. WADSWORTH,. Society Editor 1 \
Roll call was answered by mem- I \', '
bers with "Something I Will Do .

I Mr. And Mrs. Donald Ray Boatright To Club"Help. A Member Of The 4-H i\ love being ready f for the first sunny break:thhw lth-&

Mrs. I. J. Allen read the min- I i. ,

I utes of the previous meeting and sprin9-'nt' -summer wardrobe. For a pretty look, a gay look ,
MIUMll1r Mrs. Reginald Scott Jr., gave the :: 'r "t. ,

treasurer's report. :. a young look. look t to our Jubilee dresses in marvelous,,
Miss Bernice Shuler was in I 'I

charge of the program "Stop -, carefree Dacron polyester blended with Avron rayon or ( 1 :
Worrying And Start Living" and I : I
"Time For I
Living" : cotton. They'll resist wilting wash willingly. '
Refreshments were served by Ironing (c. ,
the hostess at the close of the 'I

,r meeting. i, \is optional. love the carefree price tag, too. ,

i only the look is expensive. \ % .
Rosemary Club Met ;
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:yJt Last Week At CenterThe j .
Rosemary Home Demon- I I <"1'..
stration Club met last Tuesday at I
I '-<
the Community Center with the

4 president, Mrs. Frank Jenkins, j
r presiding.Mrs. .
Webster Bailey read the
devotional after which the model F, ,.
prayer was repeated in unison. :E ,

.? if Members answered the roll call

;j.syr with "Something I Will Do To ......
} : Help A 4-H Member".
.. Miss Bernice Shuler reminded

: ; >...:.;;.;:. '. members of the dress revue to be
it A ...:. ;..i : held in April and gave a discus-
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sion on "Time For Living" *
Mrs. W. R. Ratliff served refreshments III
1 JThW4Ify
to Mrs. Webster Bai-

ley, Mrs. Calvin Carroll. Mrs. .
Kenneth Christen, Mrs. Jimmy r k .
Green, Mrs. Billy Jenkins, Mrs.
Frank Jenkins, Mrs. Ira Kight,
.wlkhjy Mrs. Jesse Thompson, Mrs. Allan -
: Wooley, and Mrs. Claude .i ,
Stevens, visitor to the club. J1iIfI _
/ s.ij .
.g _
Miss Glenda Gail Cranford, daughter of Mr. and l1rs.VUliam

-:5: Cranford of Branford, and Donald Ray Boatright, son of Mr. and Garden Center Scene ,l ij J -' 1 '2Y 3' a3.i l Rw aCI ''f3r b
: Mrs. A. W. (Doc) Boatright, of this city were united in marriageon
j Feb. 8 at 8:00 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Branford For Supper Meeting
t with the Rev. Billy Carmichael officiating. Husbands of members of the .
Oak Garden Club Inc., and ,
l Miss Hilda Jones was organist and Miss Loyselle Hatch, voca- Live Pi -,
list. other guests, were honored witha
supper by the club members
* Miss Faye Kinard, maid of honor, wore a pink silk organza Thursday evening, March fourteenth .
8 street length dress over taffeta. at the Garden Center. i
Miss Shirley Herring wore an identical gown in yellow and Following the supper the meet- I 1. '
Miss Judy Brannon green. All carried white carnations. Miss ing was called to order by the
u Herring and Miss Brannon were bridesmaids. club president, Mrs. George Allen -
Flower girl was Pam Bernardo and ring bearer was Buddy and guests presented to the \ $9.98
Bernardo. club. After a brief business meeting j I.
a tour of the Center was con- -'
s Marlon Boatright, brother of the groom, served as best man
ducted and a social hour held. "
.l and ushers, were Wendall Boatright, brother of the groom, and The Redbud Circle of the club / wJ \\
James Cranford, brother of the bride. was hostess for the supper meet- J / .
The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected a gown ing. Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr., is / I r ) \
of silk organza and chantilly lace over bridal taffeta. Her fingertip circle chairman. 1@v
veil of silk illusion was attached to a circlet of chantilly lace
and seed pearls. ;
The bride's mother wore a turquoise dress. The groom's mother Kimberly Jane KingMr. j .
wore beige sheath. Both wore pink carnation corsages.A and Mrs. Aubrey King of @ ; \4' ".)- \ ,.
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reception was held in the church annex following the wed- Live Oak announce the birth ofa \' .' J.! #.:. .. ,
daughter Thursday, Mar. 7, in : I Ij
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Estell Hingson, Miss Jeanette Hingson. Mrs. Reva, Mrs. Elizabeth has been named Kimberly ;
Bailey, Mrs. W. D. Fletcher, Mrs. B. G. Griffith, and lMarion Jane King. j '

Long.The Miss King is the former Miss, tr
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Suwannee High School and North Florida Jr. College. : j

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Superintendent, School Board Attend r REPORTThe WEATHER Arthur Revels, 72, Farmers Fumigate: Nematodes I IThe

School Survey Committs'Progress fi, Agricultural Weather Funeral ServicesFuneral ominous threat of first time last LJ year. his plant sand rows property.
Outlook for South Georgia, SE The only way to rid soil of these He depends on the elementsfor
Good P-TA ToldThe Alabama, and NW Florida issued services for Arthur nematodes this year has nematodes is to apply poisonousgas his irrigation and has never
by the Advisory Agricultural Revels a resident of Orangedale 'set Suwannee County flue- to it this Junior did for used MH-30 chemical sucker con-
Meteorologist, U. S. Wea- and a cured leaf growers to fu- the first time before planting this
Monday Cove Springs
Parent-Teachers Association met Rt.. Green trol.Junior
Live Oak
Agricultural Service their soil vigorous
ther Bureau of Suwannee County. were migating year's crop.Junior's said he produces ap
in the Pine View School Cafetorium and hear a gen- Mar. native
Office, Tifton. Ga., conducted Monday. March 11, In ly.Tobacco tobacco acreage: allot- proximately 1800-1960 pounds of
eral progress report on the ten committees appointed to 19, 1963, for the period mid the Philadelphia Baptist Church growers got well acquainted ment in 3.8 acres. Applying the tobacco per acre.

;. survey the schools. March through mid April. with Rev. A. M. Parker officiat- with these tiny eel-like recommended amount of chemi- Tve never made 2,000 poundsper
Dr. M. R. Zinober, pre; ;dent: of the P-TA, told the Temperatures dixrin; the worms last year when for the first cal (ethylene dibromide) to the acre as yet," Junior said
group that all of the committees 'Mrs. Harry Grant. There are 135 next 30 days are expected to ing.He waS buried in the Philadel- time nematodes destroyed 20-25 soil, two-two and one-half gal- "though fie come mighty close
had begun work, and several of I children in the choral group, and j average much above normal phia Cemetery. percent of the county's tobacco lons per acre, he will spend $38. to it."
them have completed their sur- these children are from the with daily mean temperatures Mr. Revels 72, died at the VA crop. This cost growers and Good InvestmentHe Approximately 4496 pounds per
veys and are ready to submit their fourth, fifth, and sixth grades. averaging between 65 and 70 Hospital in Lake City Friday. the county close to a million said he found out right acre has been accomplished: in
a Maximum tempera- dollars. this area, and 4200 has been
final reports. degrees. March 8, following an extended quick last year when he
The president expressed his tures are expected to range illness. These parasites of one kind or losses from nematodes that raised in Suwannee County. Usually

hope that the entire survey wouldbe Speaker Discusses mostly in the 80s with after- Mr. Revels was a native of Su another are present in most soils this was a good investment. there is considerable loss of
completed by the end of April noon temperatures reaching 90 I wannee County residing there where tobacco is'grown. They en- Junior explained that the quality when this poundage pe.
completewith degrees 2 or 3 times. Minimum ter the plant roots and feed internally attaching' acre is produced. 4
and that final reports Automation Today until 1925. He then moved to chemical is applied by
made should range from or they puncture the and .
conclusions could be temperature Jacksonville where he resided until two containers to the tractor ,
60 with temperatures ex- roots and feed from the outside.In HADDEN ELECTED PRESIDE!
52 to back
at that time. recently when he moved to running a plastic tube to the
School Officials Attend At Lions MeetingThe pected to fall to 45 degrees or Orangedale. He was employed as either event, they rob the to- side of an open plow where the The Suwannee County Hoepit.
4 or 5 times. bacco plant of a portion of its medical staff elected Dr. S. L
Everett Williamson School Superintendent less on only a pipe-fitter at the Naval Air gas flows deep into the plowedrow
Suwannee of the Riv- Rainfall during the period is food supply.In Hadden president of the
and the past president Station in Jacksonville for a and is immediately covered group
County School Board appeared on erside Lions Club and Zone Sales expected to be moderate, ranging number of years prior to his retirement addition, the nematodes that inject when the soil moves back into Hadden succeeds Dr. Hugo Soto-
the program. Williamson presented Manager of Burroughs Corpora- from 2 to 2 inches over SE substances into plants longo. Election of other officers
Louis Berry, coordinator of tion spoke to the Lions about God"-; i .3"r4i hes over He was in a member 1954. of the Primi- kill part of the root tissue,Even-cause place.The containers are placed high was postponed until next meet-
stunt growth.
Custodial Ser- automation in today's business SW Georgia, NW Florida and or ing.
Maintenance and tive Baptist Church and a veteranof tually, the entire plant becomes up on the tractor to acquire a
vices of the Suwannee County world here Tuesday night.' SE Alabama. Rain is expectedto World War I. stunted and the leaves begin to bigger push from gravity. The
School System. Berry told about Fred Disher pointed out that occur as showers at regular :Mr. Revels is survived by his burn around the margin and tip. gas kills weed seeds, nematodes FOR THE FRESHEST
maintenance activities now being automation is fast taking the intervals. wife Mrs. Geneva Revels of Farmer Cases Nematodes and insects. SEAFOODS
carried on in the' schools. place of manually operated jobs. Sunshine is expected to aver- Jacksonville; three daughters, Claude Junior Jerkins, one of Quality Tobacco Mack's Fish Market
Williamson discussed the school He illustrated how banks may age about 65 per cent of pos- Miss Evelyn Revels of San An- the county's numerous family Junior places his farming em- Pine Ave. I
system and explained various now process checks by means of sible with no extended cloudy Ellen Rus- phasis on growing quality tobacco. c
tonio, Tex., Mrs. Mary farm operators who lives in the c Freshness and Quality Assured
Phases of the system including its a computer.The periods.Soil sell of Ft. Myers, and Mrs. Caro- Friendship Community. had an He applys the recommended Phone 362-1650
operation and finances. slow process of sorting temperatures are expected lyn Virginia Bing of Jacksonville; I experience with nematodes for the amount of fertilizer and spaces ',.
Mrs.Tom Cheek, vice president, checks and routing them to the to rise sharply during two sons, Noah Lowery and
Bicycle Safe- distribution points are no the next two weeks reaching
gave a report on the proper Thomas Lowery, both of Jack- M1lY
ty Campaign which was recently longer dull routine at the end of 60-65 degrees in SE Alabama sonville; one brother Elder P. O.
conducted in the primary and the banking day. By means of and 65 to 70 degrees over South Revels of Cloton. Ga.; one, sister PWTi fWfOPPOR4P41. 1
elementary schools. Mrs. Cheek 1 symbols printed on the checks a Georgia and Northwest Florida Mrs. Ada Boatwright of Jackson-
stated that a talk and film was computer can route any check to at' the three inch level under ville. __ 4 & :47JADS
shown on bicycle ,safety by a i its proper destination very rapid- bare soil by April first. Sherrill-Guerry Funeral Homeof ..
member of the Florida Highway Present indications are that '
Lake City was in charge of ar-
Patrol and that bicycles were ly.Disher showed a film entitled an early spring is in prospectfor r FOR RENTFOR Q FOR SALEFOR

checked and certificates contain- "Program For Progress" in which the Tri-State Agricultural rangements. LITTLE

ing safety rules for bicycles were was depicted the process-of build- Area with the possibility of late RENT Downstairs front SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

I given for the children's billfolds. ing the computors that are being season freezing temperaturesless Children's Commission BIG RESULTS apartment. Very comfortable, guaranteed not to leak
Room Count Taken used In our business world and than one in ten. Abundant convenient location. Call 362- Ottis Brown Motors. cge
\ Room count was taken and field of science. sunshine with well above norm- District Meeting Set 2208. cge tf ftt
Mrs. Lillian Wheeler had the Disher stated 'further that a al temperatures will bring three Florida Children's Commission BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever FOR SALE-New and used plan
I most parents present for the great deal of the work done to inch bare soil temperatures The will hold its 'Icountydistrict the will FOR RENT Two furnished os. Frier Music Co. North Okie

I, meeting In the Nettie Baisden assemble computers are by auto- rapidly to optimum levels and meeting in Live Oak Fri- find PuryiloU: do apartments. Call 362-2319 or Ave.. Live Oak 362-2188.

School. Miss LaVerne Dorminey's mation but that it took a man to spring planting operations are day morning at the Elks Lodge. the job, quickly and well. 3622935. cge tf cge

4 class had the most parents pres- design and actually build the ma- likely to be possible as much as Murdock Martin, director of the - FOR RENT Furnished apart- 9 HP ALL GEAR drive eeonon
in Pine View. chine. two weeks earlier than normal.
1' commission from Tallahassee, is ment, private bath, private tractors. The finest for fa ,
Mrs. J. L. Alford and 'Mrs. M. "Automation", he said, "seemsto .
scheduled to attend. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION front and back entrance, con- and garden. Three models t$
A. O'Hara tied for the numberof take jobs from people.
away Local Girl FeaturedIn choose
The county committees repre- veniently located. Call 362- from. Attachments for
parents present from Junior But in reality it creates more jobs
5:00 P3L-Tuesdays all
sented have as their function the 2742. cge tf uses. Priced far below ansi
L j High. Mrs. Mary McLeod and in the field of highly skilled tech- College PaperThe ,
determining of problems that exiSt thing in its class. 906 FiF i
Mrs. Roger Medlock tied for the nicians." latest issue of the news- ; in their areas affecting chil-, LOW RATE FOR RESULTS FOR RENT Furnished apart- Street, Phone
number of parents present in A delegation of Lions from the of bed- 3622061.pbee
'! paper published by students dren and making recommendations ment, with one or two 43-4$
t Senior High. Riverside Club of Jacksonville North Florida ,Junior College at to public officials for corrective V/t cents per word, with a rooms. Private entrances, no .
The meeting was begun with a visited with the local Lions. Madison featured the coronationof measures. minimum if 75<. small children. Phone 362- FOR SALE Registered Angu4

devotional given by Rev. Clarence Miss Evon Wadsworth, daughter The counties in this district ol t (All classifieds must be paid 2441. 608 W. Duval St. cge tf bulls. Also horses for sale. Call

Parker. The group then sang Draft Deferment of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wads- the commission include Madison, In advance. 362-2788. Cge if
"America". worth of this county, as Miss Taylor, Hamilton Columbia, Levy, FOR RENT Two apartments, 1
A choral group composed of North Florida Junior College of and Suwannee. ONE WEEK FREE $35 and $40 monthly. Conveni- FOR SALE Take up payments
children from the Pine View Tests AvailableTo 1963. Lafayette, ently located. Adults only. Call on 1962 house trailer, 10' x 58'
School presented several musical Miss Wadsworth is a native of Classifieds ordered for four 362-2527. cge 45 Will take anything of value fo'
!, selections under the direction of this and is Su weeks, run the last week free. my equity. See Paul Green af*
city a graduate School will for a 30 word
._ II "" ow __ College Men wannee High School. After gradu- Completes High $2.25 advertisement pay for four weeks. FOR RENT Downstairs apart- Mott ,Buick Co., Live Oak, Fla
ation from NFJC this spring, she Announcement was made here Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds ment with private entrance. paej 44-4
Applications for the Selective plans to continue her studies at this week that Mrs. Linda Bran-' for Proven Results. Comfortably furnished, good lo- FOR SALE Bronze
WATCH Service Classification test to be the University of Florida in the non Underwood has completed cation. Call 362-1295 or 362- na blooming size Amaryllis Pink Can.,
18 available 'jthe, high school course of the 2164. cge tf im
April are now
given on field of psychology. She is employed ported
from .
Australia. 50__ daw
"LIVING WORDS"March to college students at Selec- by the college as an office' America School of Chicago and lilies, mixed colors --01
For Sale-Real Estate FOR RENT bedroom $5.00.Name
tive Service local boards thruout assistant and is active in an office has been awarded a diploma. fine varieties,
I house on South Ohio Avenue; away prices
25 thru March 29 the state. of the Baptist Student Union, Julian E. Cross.
r The test will be given at all of the college chorus, and the Colin companied the news article reciting 1. New block and stucco two bed- also two bedroom apartment on cge 45

r with the state's major colleges and Kelly Choraleers by whom she I the fine record Miss Wads- room house, large lots; South Ohio Avenue. Phone 362- FOR SALE Turkeys, bronze
most of its junior colleges. North was sponsored. worth is making at the Madison 2. New frame asbestos siding 2630. Winston Rogers Realtor. ready to Jay $10.00 a pair
t Rev. Spivey M. Brabham Florida Junior College is not included Pictures of the coronation ac-t school. three bedroom, two large lots; cge tf Phone 362-1344 after 5:30: pm
this 3. New frame house, asbestos aiding -
in group.
FOR RENT Furnished cge 4;
Pastor of the First Methodist -
will not determine four bedrooms, two large
the tests -
Scores on
Oak ment 118 I
Church in Live $30.00. per month.
t 362-2368 C. M. Mc-
eligibility for deferment, lots. Phone ,
West Second Street. 45
t but are considered with other information Granahan, Evelyn, Ave. pge F


i. whether to defer studentsfor .FOR SALE Three bedroom house, newly decorated, Jasper i

CHANNEL 12 : "further study.Applications i brick home, tile bath, carport, Highway. Phone 362-1515.
for taking the test 45
natural heating, hot water cge
< I '. WFGA TVJACKSONVILLE .! must be postmarked no later than heater, Cable TV. 304 Martha

Y midnight Thursday March 28.I St., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- MISCELLANEOUSVISIT Turn west at Noll's Grocery or
i Forms are available at local
t.i 2505. pbbe 43-47 the Branford and Lake City Road
---- -- boards.
u ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. Then take the
FOR SALE -Two bedroom block graded roaf
IL I Machine, machineless. and cold to the left.
Pinewood SubDivision. -

f i?1 I CENTRAL HEAT-AIR RENT BY THE '.. house small. Low equity.in monthly Contact payments Joe Brin-and wave -permanents Annie H. Mills given., MaryDrew Operators T. E. (Edward) McCALL

J -" nc tf phJJ 45-4.;
'y I FOR LP OR NATURAL GAS -, YearMonthWeekDay son. and Frances Johnson. Phone

We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw FOR SALE Two residential 3621831. cge tf
,1.. blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs' lots just two blocks from Setz- 9 SALESMAN WANTED
for LP and Natural Qas. er's Store, best buy in town. i
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the Easy terms. H. E Leech. GIVE
customer prefers.
l cbbe 44-46
FOR SALE 2 year old 3 bed- to help you.

W. C. COPELAND JR. room house, tile bath, carport, I Suwannee County Chapter HAVE OPENINGS FOF
natural heating, hot water
HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida heater, 1461 Pearl Ave. Call 30 LOCAL GIRLS WHO

w 108 E. Howard Street 362-3585. pbbe 45-48 WOULD
Douglass High School parents and LIKE TO EAR

FOR SALE-Residence on paved patrons are urged to join their
'i TO $60.00 PER ,
street, city water, gas and sew- P-TA now. We need your help.

IRRIGATION er. Three bedrooms, two baths Call J. L. Be veil, principal, 362- I. PART TIME FOR INTER
carport. Low down payment 1192. cge tf

priced to go, 10 years financing. VIEW WRITE P. O. BOX
: COMPLETE SYSTEMS For All Your NeedsWITH Residence, three bedrooms, bath Septic tank and drain field
INSTALLED & FINANCED and half bath, plenty shrub- cleaning. Suwannee, Madison, 366. I chjj 4 ;-4r
; bery, shade trees pecans. In and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR: nice neighborhood. This is a W. Darby, Jasper, after 6 pjn.

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS modem home and priced to sell. pcJJ 42-45 9 Motor Rewinding

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. financing. United Farm Charles; Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply Repairs and Rewinding

S. ELECTRIC MOTORS Locke, Phone 362-3205. 4548HELP 98c. Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 Any Kind Electric Motor
Also Sales
and Service

Day ;62-3278
SURE RANE FITTINGS WANTED- Women to work soda ADJUSTMENT -- i 362-3326

ATGREEN'S fountain and curb. Apply In 217 E. Howard St.
PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE person, A&W Drive In. cge tf T TRANSMISSION Hunter Bros. Building
FUEL Man wanted who has tractor and
y0 : ESTIMATES GIVEN sprayer to do custom spray
work this area. Pays $1.00 to A
? ,
IN LIVE OAKWe $1.50 per acre. Write giving full .
details on equipment and your- LUBRICATIONN LONG TERM
self. P. O. Box 1115 Winter

I HACKNEY BROTHERS Can Serve You Better More Economically Garden, Fla. caaa 45 WASH &WAX Federal Land

WANTED Young man 18 or Bank LoansCONTACT
Phone 752-3161 p1Uwps
to train for manager'sposition.
I ,r LAKE CITY, FLORIDA Must have high school S

diploma and be able to furnish
references as to character hon- OFFICE

jJ- FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. GAS APPLIANCES esty, and dependability. Salary Stan's 66 Service Telephone
starts at $60 week. WriteP.
Highway 90
Phone FO 2-2571 362-1525
!< O.Box 214 Live Oak. Fla. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
i. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA cajc 45

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Dedicated Sunday -Y Noted LIVESTOCK
t w.. Evangelist

Boys Cottage At Advent Home To Hold Services REPORTBy lG fRE4bYffitikEAST PARADE%.

Seen New Concept In HousingDr. At Westwood Marketing Florida Bureau State AT

Wendell Stearns, Dean of Administration at Berk- T; ,
shire Christian College in Lenox, Mass, discussed "Links Cattle and calf trading at the

to God" in an address to visitors and guests Sunday at the Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- WORTH'S SURPRISE STORE
ket Wednesday March 13, jumped -
dedication of the new Boys Cottage at the Advent Chris- ; -
to 250 transactions comparedwith
tian Home.Stearns .
x 104 sold at the previous sale. -HEADQUARTERS FOR EASTER FINERY-
a professor of psychology the new wing will also have out- aF; The Florida State Marketing
told the group that the patient clinics open to the gen- wq Bureau reported that most
ministry has a social role. The eral community for first aid care. slaughter cattle sold steady with _
ministry cannot serve God with- calves being scarce. Feederstocker I
out serving people, he said.
cattle sold strong to a dollar
The dean explained that for Agent Advises r higher. Stocker calves were one GIRLS

this reason the Advent Christian to two dollars higher and showed 3
.a Church offers the type of service even larger gains in a few spots. DRESSES I
available at.the Home in Dowling Leaf Growers Utility and standard slaughter (
Park. The Home is designed to steers brought $17.75-$21.75 per By Lily Bee & C. I. Castro r I:
provide more than mere food and To 'Gas' Soil hundred pounds. Standard and -'i \
shelter for the old people and good heifers traded from $19 'Jtat Ji
children who occupy it. Rather $2.99 to $7.99
By Paul Crews $21.25 with utility heifers bring-
it administers to the whole needsof ing $17-$18. .I :

the individual which include County Agent Cutter and utility cows brought Sizes-9 Mos. to 14 J Js
Tobacco farmers should be get-
emotional spiritual and physical 141625. Cutter and utility r
needs Stearns added.Superintendent ting ready to fumigate land where bulls averaged from $15-$17. l tat <
:j t
Pomeroy Car- tobacco is to be transplanted. Calves and vealers were scarce. : J
Parasitic nematodes of kindor : : :
ter said this concept underlies the one
Medium and good feederstocker -
1 new type of living accommodations another are present in most steers brought $19-$23.25 with :; ::
for children expressed by soils where tobacco is grown and Westwood Baptist Church will :.:::.;::'
commons trading from $17$19.75. .- ::>:"
the Boys Cottage. their population is high enough begin a pre-church revival on Medium and good heifers .I IN,. ,
Carter explained that while the to cause serious damage unless Wednesday Mar. 20, with Evan- ranged from $18-$21.25, while :>:':'::: t1

Home cannot substitute for the control measures are used. gelist Rev. Hal Hunter- a nativeof commons brought $15-$19. :.'":'"u.>'},'.: \ ta ,I'
child's home life, it is trying to Generally, nematodes damage Suwannee County of North- Common cows sold from $14.50- :: =t 1
duplicate or stimulate family liv- tobacco in two ways. These tiny, wood Baptist Church in West $17.25.

ing through placing children in eel-like worms either enter the Palm Beach. Good calves brought $24-$30.- i

smaller groups. roots and feed internally or they The revival will begin with the 25, mediums sold from $21-$33, :"':':;-'' "f:,;;fiI'' :: ":::;V tZ.:: .:I::;.....,., "" .",.;,'k, .. -- . :.
will puncture the roots and feed from : w.'MMW S
The new Boys Cottage Sunday morning service on Sunday and commons averaged between
I house 12 boys two per bed- the outside. In either case they Mar. 24. Morning services $19-$25. JUNIORS_JR. PETITES
jnfxxHn: and live-in houseparents rob the tobacco plant of a por- will be held beginning Mondayat Hog Sales

jjahave been provided to give theo tion of its food supply. 6:45 ajn. Coffee, doughnuts, Hog trading at the sale increased :MISSES-HALF-SIZES
boys both a mother and a father During the feeding process, and milk will be served. Evening to 986 sold compared with 676
Ito identify with. This is opposedI nematodes inject substances into services are scheduled for 7:30 traded at the previous sale. Mixed NEW SPRING
jto the old method of dormitory the plants that may kill part of grades of 180-210 pound barrows

living supervised by a houseer the root tissue, cause swellingsor pjn.Rev.. Hunter was born, in Live and gilts sold_ for $13.60 210-240 -
mother. stunt growth. The result is a Oak the son of Arch and Stella pounds $13.37, 240-270 pounds DRESSESARRIVING
nc Carter added that the Home sick root system and eventuallythe Hunter. He has a sister Mrs. $12.75, 160-180 pounds $13.19 w" o.y

ei trys to keep children having a entire plant becomes stunted Lawrence Rogers, living here cur- 140-160 pounds $12.47 120-140 71X ,-.-
of; natural relationship with the : and the leaves begin to burn rently.He pounds $12.10 100-120 pounds .. .- ,'
il community. The children partici- around the margin and tip. is a graduate of Suwannee $11.70 and 80-100 pounds $11. I\ DAILY

i-: pate in county 4-H, FFA, recreation Two fumigants are available High, Stetson University in De- Good feeder pigs brought $12- 4 e a
1 programs and work away and each is about as effective as Land and Anil Southwestern $15. Mediums sold from $10-$14. /4tt-\\ Soft Pastels ,: .. .
from the Home. In addition the the other. EDB-85. EDB-40 and Seminary. He was ordained in .
Home has its own recreational DD are good fumigants. These the First Baptist Church of Live \ Crisp New Fabrics
facilities, he said. materials should be applied at IIILLDALE SELLS ANGUS BULL k <
"We recently requested and gota least two weeks before trans- Oak.Hunter has served student pas- Hilldale Ranch. Live Oak, recently -. Newest Styles

car for some of the older boysto planting date and should be applied torates in Florida and Texas.. and sold an AberdeenAngusbull Fashion Favorites
use while dating girls in the ten inches below level of full time pastorates in Lake to Charles R. Burnett of Jasper <

community," he said. land to be effective. This is true, Wales, Jacksonville, Pahokee,, Fla.
Carter said that on Saturday due to the fact that the gas comes Crestview. and West Palm Beach. $6.99

t'" and Of Directors at the up through the soil and has prac- In addition he served as chap- enth through the twelfth gradeis M.'
fe5...Splutlon to name tically no downward action. Soil lain in the U. S. Army. During eligible. For further informa- :
''* honor that is to be fumigated should World War II he had tours of tion contact the local Soil Con- % $8.99

( ... :,.,". DeeperviCeeper. have a fair amount of moisture at duty in Italy France, Spain, servation Service office.
f j f % ;tf; ,<, time fumigant is applied. If a : England. Belgium, and Holland.In The Soil Conservation film

/lx...,, <' """' -6 years packing rain occurs following the 1960 toured South America, "World At Your Feet" was furn- $10.99
"?'J t--.':4the youth. application of the fumigant some visiting missions in nine coun- ished by the Suwannee River Soil
.J;j' wing onto aeriation of the beds will remove tries. In 1962 he sponsored a tour Conservation District to the Su 2gfI! i
< already un- the fumes that are sealed in by of Europe and Bible Lands and wannee High School Vo Ag Dept., ;
wing will the rain. This will reduce damageto will sponsor another tour in 1964. according to work unit Conser-
,; "<,.. to; the fa- the transplants that often occurs He is a former president of the vationist John Hampton.
<: :: \0 privatefacili when fumes are sealed in by Southern Baptist Convention and .
,let heavy rains and the aeriation is has been an active evangelistic (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
ties .evels can be given. campaigner in Florida, Texas, Illinois -
let up:or{ .. patients can getup Drill row methods of applying and Louisiana.
whenever they wish Carter fumigants for flue-cured tobacco The public is invited to the revival ? RJESC R IPTlONS 11 "'.' '1' "r:. '., ..-, "". ,.. --.-..:
continued. are about as effective as services.

The superintendent added that broadcast treatment. There are ...., 3 -
numerous types of machines that
10 Businesses
may be purchased or made. Flor- Get fJ
ida Agricultural Experiment Sta-
PARKER'SDRIVE tion Circular S-29 illustrates Soil
home made applicators that may MembershipsAffiliate o $6.99-$9.99
IN be used.
Membership Certificates -
JASPER HIGHWAY Overall loss from nematode in the Suwannee River Soil $4.99-$5.99 :.f '

i Phone 362-1832 damage runs about. .10-12 per cent. Conservation District were distributed e s

this week to 10 business-

& SEAFOOD IN TOWN Local Guard Officers es.They are North Florida Tele- .r.r-

Chicken Box 69c Attend CeremonyBrig. phone Co., Commercial Bank, .
Served with French Fries First National Bank Ratliff Mo- REMEMBERWhen
Gen. Louie C. Wadsworthand .9
Salad and Hot Rolls tor Co., Suwannee County Farm Your Doctor Prescribes
%t Xtra S9c Colonel George H. Dale attended Bureau
Large Farmers Mutual Exchange Your
the activation
Cheek Drug Store Mott
L CATFISH, SHRIMP Monday night of the 260th Engi- Buick Co.. Seward Fleet's Dept. PRESCRIPTIONIs

DINNERSWith neer Group in Tallahassee. State, Store, and Suwannee Valley Elec- In Good Hands At
All The Trimmings county and city officials joined tric Coop, Inc. -
with friends of the National HUNTER
The money raised through this
i Guard there in signifying the sale is to be used to sponsor a REXALL DRUGSJOHN $2.9943.99
Fresh Custard Ice Cream conversion of West Florida Na-
speaking contest in the
Milk Shakes and Sundaes tional Guardsmen from infantryto BIDS, Pharmacist
4- of All Flavors. April 26. Any student in the sev-

O Root Beer 40 Per Gallon Brig. Gen. Robert A. Ballardof
We Furnish Jugs :Miami, commanding general of MEN 21 TO 50 WANTEDNOW
the 55th Operational Headquarters FOR SPECIALIZED TRAINING
Wiliams and General Wads- SUITS m L
Colonel Ralph C. Davis of Tallahassee TRAINEE: ORDER BUYER: PROVISIONS DEPT (Beef Pork. $8.99 to $19.99 'N Wear
is the group commander. Veal. Lamb) SALES: Car Route Hotel Institutional Chain SIZES 2-20 "
Store Marketing; Other Higher Paying Positions: We prefer ShortSleeveDress r. .
men having some livestock or farm background willing to BOYSWHITE
work hard for advancement top security and retirement bene- \ Shirts '
fits. Write Name, Age Address why feel should JACKETS .. \ ;
I- you you be

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[f@lrJ TIO@[}{] & \ "Better a free bird than a captive king. )
EELAV _tA How fortunate we are in this country to be ablera
-- --- to express our views and move about as free agents. ./ / EVERY WEEK
\,,. :: i No matter what our station in life from the
a humblest to the richest in material things -there ((1-:3 ? 'i AT WORTH'S
., Vi is one commodity we all share in common our -

freedom. 2 Pair $1.00
L G-745 y. ', The opportunity of dictating our own lives is a
,-< privilege we should never allow to slip away from
.',.' us by taking it for granted. It is a privilege worth .; h. Finest Quality
striving for. SeamlessSTOCKINGS
I G-745 The very best yellow hybrid best yields K
best stalks best quality feed. Companion hybrid
. for G-740. High yielding yellow prolific with For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remem-
I I" short sturdy stalks. Ideal for mechanical picking. ber we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to
I' An excellent full season corn in the entire gulf
j coast area including all of Florida and up to central you. We have always given this service in our area
I Louisiana. Mississippi Alabama and Georgia. FREE of charge.SUWANNEE.
We urge you to try this new G-Hybrid if you are SHOP AND SAVE MORE ATWORTH'S
! hilts adapted area and want the very best corn '
you can plant. FUNERAL HOME

r i. we're taI n. SURPRISE STORE
See Your Local Funks G Dealer : "Where Your Dollars Are Worth More"
LOUISIANA SEED COMPANY Licensed Funeral. Director
I .. 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 .
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"County Agent's ColumnBOVNTOE4RTH. Band Meet BoostersTo Monday Social Security J Answers I

The Band Boosters Associa- (Editor's Note: These questions, law is changed we will do our
tion will meet Monday at 8 pjn. and answers are compiled by William best to let everyone know aboutit. ,

in the Band Hall. M. Eanes District Managerfor Meanwhile you can keep up
r General business will be dis Social Security Adminis- with the
BY PAUL CREWS proposed changes in the 1
cussed. Members are urged to tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites law by reading the Congressional -
..... .. ,_ attend. o
"'L' readers to mail their questions to Record and and
h' UllS tune oi me year tobacco either been killed or is not up at newspaper i
him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta magazine articles which
farmers are either setting tobacco the present time. It might be a explain t.Li .
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries these proposals.
or looking at their plants good idea to broadcast this bait Suwannee DemocratSubscriptioiis
each day hoping that they will be about a week before setting tobacco to this paper.) QUESTION: I am not a well
ready to set tomorrow. Normally in order to prevent loss of QUESTION: Was there some man. I have heart trouble and
tobacco set between March 151 plants. After transplanting tobacco change in the law that lets peo- asthma. My doctor has told me
and April 10 seems to produce in the fields broadcasting the ple you turned down a few years not to pick up anything heavy. I
better quality and higher yield- prepared bait will be helpful -in, Here is a list of new subscribersand ago get checks now? I know' one like to work. I was born December -
Ing tobacco. keeping down these insects. This subscriptions renewed to the man who got turned down twice. 1902. When could I start get-
This year the tobacco plants would help you to get a better Suwannee Democrat from March Now he says he is getting checks. ting my Social Security since I'm
will be a little : stand of tobacco and to be uni 8 to March 15. How did he work this? not working now?
later but during jrr. :>' .J ANSWER: Two things could ANSWER: If you can still work .
the past 10 days f ;;V'" form.Wireworms and cutworms have E. Lakeland have happened. Your friend may you will probably not be able to : .
Mary May
they have made 0' 1Jl"-4: *fir,>,', ''{.I always been a problem here in Douglass High School L. O. have earned some more work get disability payments. But you
big improvements 7". this county especially ,since our credits to add to the ones he already won't know for sure unless you ,
z 0' rien High School O'Brien c !o
In grow-f;: "' >A. '%. J farmers now cultivate this same W. B. Crews Rt., L. O. had. This might have given come in to find out about this. .
ing in almost 9:: f :> land almost each year. Chlordane him enough work credits to be Even if your disability claim is C.
unbelievable '. aldrin. heptachlor or lin- SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDW. paid. Perhaps he is one of the turned down you could make your
proportions. Our .+ ..\y dane wettable powder is used in D. Fletcher Branford people to profit from the 1961 claim in September 1964 for
farmers are : the transplant water. This is a Leibo's Men's Shop. Jacksonville changes in the law which cut monthly old age payments to start
minded reiI t small investment that pays big Howard Taylor. Rt., L. O. back the amount of work credits with the month you reach age 62.
they should .7 It dividends so our farmers are Mrs. W. ,K. Wall Sr., Rt. L. O. needed to get monthly payments.His QUESTION: Someone told me
care of the plants keeping them urged to use these materials to J. L. preen, O'Brien example is a good one for everyone if I put in a claim now at age 62
adequately watered dusted and insure good stands of tobacco. Fred-Poucher, Rt., L. O. to follow. Just because you and kept on working I could nev-
sprayed to keep down blue mold. Last week in this same articlewe James R. Dees. Rome. N. Y. were turned down two or three er raise the amount of my Social
Our farmers are reminded to keepa stressed growing quality to- Hugh Hurst Mt. Washington. years ago does not mean that you Security check. Is this true.
close watch on cutworms in the bacco. During the past week we Ky.J. might not have enough work credit -
ANSWER: No. it is not. If you Tm sure yoa'U be considered just as good a citizen if you stick to
tobacco plant beds. Cutwormscan have also noted that our farmerswill .A. Cason Jr., L. O. now under the new easier rulesin keep on working for more than golf and forget about touch football."
be controlled with several of be able to use MH-30 in the Mrs. W. R. Seegmiller Ormond the 1961 Social Security law. $1200 a you can ask us to
the'insecticides or can use 2 per recommended amounts. While ware e BeachB. QUESTION: If I keep on work- refigure your payment after fore my Social Security disability before you lose your disability
cent chlordane bait or 5 per cent' on a "probation period" we D. Gbff. Gainesville ing after I am 72 and get my year. If your earnings year are high protection runs out? protection. By then you should '
toxaphene bait.Cutworms 'I ought to stress growing a qualitytobacco Homer J. Goff DeLandH. checks will what I pay into So- enough to raise your Social Security ANSWER: If you have worked have obtained the five years civilian I
and mole crickets by: (1) Not over fertilizing F. Wiggins Sr., Rt. 2, L. O. cial Security raise the monthly checks you will get the steadily under social security for service needed for disability -
normally do their damage at (2) Not over irrigating and O. B. Fan-cloth, Rt., L. O. amount I get? new higher amount. In every case at least 5 years when you change protection under this other government -
night. Even after these plants are (3) Using the right amount and Dewitt W. Johnson Macclenny ANSWER: It definitely could.A when you have had to give up one jobs you can count on five years program. .
transplanted in the fields some- kinds of insecticides and using Buts M. Jonas. Branford lot would depend on how much ormore checks between 62:
times they do damage. Twenty to only the recommended amountof Francis Wright Rt.. L. O. you used to make how much you and 65 due to earnings over age$1200a i
thirty pounds of the ready prepared MH-30. C. W. Vice Jr., L. O. are earning now and when you FRANK HADDON'SHICKS
year your payments will be
bait per acre should give If our farmers will make a real U put in your claim. You are free
good control. effort to produce quality tobacco to check with us whenever you automatically refigured at age 65. BROAD LEAF NC 95

Since we have had such a cold in 1963 there may be a possi Gasoline Tax Rebate wish about any possible increasein QUESTION: If I go to work for Order From
winter most of the vegetation has bility of continuing the use o f your monthly rate of payment. the government under Civil Ser-
Nets County .$25,447suwannee __ QUESTION: There is a lot of vice how long would it take be- TEXACO SERVICE STATION
county received 5Za,- talk that Congress is going to
447 from its share of gasoline change the Social Security laws. 7ot BEST TOBACCO PLANTSSouth
gallonage taxes in February. State What can you tell me about this? Ohio Ave.
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick Comptroller Ray E. Green reported ANSWER: There is nothing LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
last week. definite. Every year many bills 1
Veneer-One or Two Baths. An additional $2.468 was cred- are presented to Congress to Ct666- Day Phone Night Phone
ited to the county board for its change the Social Security law. 362-2594 362-2963
FHA or CONVENTIONAL 20 per cent of the remaining Some pass others do not. If the
one-seventh of the tax collec-
Financing tions.

chemical sucker control in future
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. years.

The varieties of corn recom- .-e\--', '
mended for Florida in our area imedi-
Contact in particular is Florida 200. Dix-
ie 18, Jackson. Coker 67, and ,flto J go to the
Coker 71. We recommend that our willAgain
W. G. MULLINSPhone farmers plant these varieties and naria.n

apply adequate fertilizer seed we

362-2057 and good cultivation practices to ,. i ortance of
I this crop as you are to your tobacco -

crop. x is the BIG DIFFEREN fainst: rabies ".z

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your doc '


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means FASTER,

;e,a par L' SAFER. Good reasons why more than a million Florida

ri: families have "switched" to electric water heating. It'si i

..: ""\ ::1 the only really modem way for a dependable supply of :

H of ::- hot water in a hurry with never a worry. No flame, no
Y'y r.Clt
_" .11 fumes, no constant-burning pilot light..no sooty, grimy

by-products of combustion to soil walls and furnishings.The .

AUTOMATIC TOBACCO STRINGER 'c r whole house stays cleaner and cooler. Completely I i

V. automatic and safe ds a light bulb. It's cheaper, too.

Reduce Your Harvesting Costs- Eliminate Your Labor, Problems '\,

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Look At These Amazing HAWK Features:

.Dependable performance Day after Day. Operable by completely untrained help. ,
s 4
6 Full 21' table top at the ideal loading height determined by experience on many nti .4,14.
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County Ministers Column Brock Completes Suwannee Beachville No. 1 -
I which closed here this week was
-as in past years--oae of fee
The Infantry TrainingArmy High MenuMarch Rev. O. L. Bailey of Dowling Sunday.Mr. most colorful and otrtatandteg
Park was guest speaker here and Mrs. Jack Kennedyand there.I .

Pastor's CornerBy Pvt. James R. Brock son 21 through March 27 Sunday, had good services and daughters Jan and Gail were regret that for the lint time
i of Mrs. Maybelline Bowdon 915 were glad to have a number of guests of his mother Mrs. E. A. in recent years I could not be
Hamilton St.. Live Oak. recently THURSDAY visitors. Mrs. Bailey came with Kennedy In Statesboro, Ga., last present on Florida Day wnieh
1 1 REV. NELSON B. :MELVIN completed, eight weeks of advanced All-Meat Stew with Potatoesand him and they were guests at the week end. was observed last Monday. How-
individual infantry training at Carrots Odom reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Ruther- I
;11 Pastor, Advent Christian Church ever, was ably represented by
i i I Fort Gordon Ga. Diced Tomatoes with French Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Odom. ford and son, John visited Mrs. Mary who reported that our exhibit -
Mayor Julian Hanes of Tampa multitude of sins God have mer- I Brock received instruction in DressingIce We are sorry that Mrs. T. F. Sanford Beach and family Fri- was up to customary high
Florida gave a very challenging cy on me. I have lied to Thee and combat techniques and in firing Cream (Fudge Cicle) Beach is a patient in the Lake- day evening on their way from standards, thanks to the joint efforts -
address on "Why Go To Church"" myself. I was not ill, I am lazy the M-14 rifle and M-60 machine Rolls Butter Milk shore Hospital in Lake City. Her Winter Haven to Jackson. Miss., of the Florida Nurserymenand
4 before a religious group early this and indifferent. PLEASE DO NOT gun two of the Army's newest FRIDAY condition is still serious.L. where they will reside for awhile. Growers Association and the
year. You will find an excerpt DISTURB, GOD." Infantry weapons. Fish Fillets (pre-cooked) C. Terry and W. H. Tidwell Airman 1st Class UJS.A.F. and Florida Development COII1I1li: kM1.
from his message stimulating. Why don't we go to church? On The 18-year-old soldier enter- Corn attended the Boys Cottage Dedi- Mrs. Delbert Tidwell and little
"Thomas Dewey the former any given Sunday except Easteror ed the Army in September 1962 Carrot-Cabbage SaladPeachesWhipped cation at the Dowling Park Home daughter of Key West were
governor of New York once said Christmas about half of Am- and completed basic combat Cream Sunday afternoon.Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Medical
'Some seek the church only when erica's church members will be training at Fort Jackson S. C. He Bread Butter Milk J. J. Bronson of Clermontand Tidwell a few days last week. Society
they're hatched matched and absent from their pews. Even is a 1962 graduate of Suwannee MONDAY Ervin Beach of Haines City Mrs. L. J. Cannon and Mr. and
dispatched'. I have a quote here though we know that one is not High School. Henry Vann Sausage were visitors here last week end Mrs. Austin Cannon and children Elects OfficersThe
,... from Dr. Richard Halverson, saved by church attendance this His father Robert C. Brock Tomatoes & Okra and visited their mother Mrs. T. were guests of Mrs. Berry Lambin
minister of the Fourth Presbyterian is an alarming fact that must be lives on the Dowling Park Road. Stuffed Celery F. Beach in the hospital. A num- Cross City Sunday. Suwannee-Hamilton-La-
i Church of Washington .confronted seripusly. Apple Sauce ber of folks from here have also The children of the late Mr. and fayette County Medical Society

D. C., 'A man that doesn't go to Is this a harsh indictment of to find out if the church has a Rolls Butter Milk visited her. Mrs. H. W. Odom held their an- Tuesday, March 12, elected Dr.
church when he has the oppor- the church and its services? Is vital role in this complex world TUESDAYCold Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland nual reunion at the home of Rev. B. E. Daniel MX, president of
? tunity is no better off than the this absence of thousands each if it has anything to say and if it CutsCarrotRaisin son Wayne and nephew and Mrs. Marvin Odom Sunday. the group for 1963.
man who has no opportunity at Sunday an unorganized but effective has anything to contribute.It Salad Scott Beach, of Gainesville were Among those present were Rev. Dr. S. L. Hadden MX., was
all'. walk-out strike protesting does! Believe me it does. The Turnips guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Mrs. Marvin Odom of Beach- elected Chief of Staff of the Su-

"He told of a Sunday morning second rate and ill-prepared Sun- .message of the church is love and Bread ButterMilk Beach Saturday night and Sun- ville Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Walkerof wannee County Hospital, Dr.
when he was leaving his hotel day School and worship hours? the mission of the church is to WEDNESDAYHot day.Mrs. Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. James Dietrich. MD., was named
G. C. Cannon last Kent of Lake Mr. Mrs.
spent City. and
love. To be aware that is Dogs secretary-treasurer and Dr. Hugo
room to go to church: 'I passed Is it a non-verbal communication one
week visiting in Jacksonville. Bill Cannon of Eustis Fred Odom
door after door along the corridor telling us that the needs of these loved is a universal basic need. Beans Sotolongo MD., was selected as
You need Slaw Ernest Spooner of Jacksonville and daughters of Tampa and a delegate to the Florida Medieel
on which a familiar little people for spiritual help loving it and I need it. Loveis a
visited here andPine number of Beachville relatives
Saturday night
,card had been hung on the door friends and opportunities to make required at the very core of our Bananas Association.and .
Buns-Bread Butter Milk
knob bearing the simple request their lives count are not being being. .
PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB'. met? ,Ninety-one babies were given i LevelMr. friends.Mr. .
America was sleeping on Sunday It may be of course that this is the best modern science has to and Mrs. Martin Beach of

., morning. It reminded me of a_ not entirely a case against the offer including feeding sanita- Cantrell AssignedTo Gainesville and Mr. Hemphill and
prayer I had read in a magazine: church. The forsaking of the tion and surroundings every- and Mrs. Paul Driver vis- Rev. Sammy Sealy of Perry son of Branford were guests of
Almighty God as I lie here on church may be a sad commentaryon thing but love. Thirty per cent French AFB ited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach Sun
the sofa this lovely Sunday the consecration of millions of suffered breakdowns ending with Friday night. Harry Lepper Sunday. day.
morning surrounded by the Sun- church members. death from minor ailments with-
Staff Sergeant Driscoll P. Can- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes
day and half listening to There is another possible reason in one year. Twenty-two per cent
paper trell Jr. of Live Oak has arrivedin spent: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
one of the big preachers over the for the failure of some of us to be were so damaged mentally as to France for assignment with a Willie Howell.
it has to that interested in and loyal to the be classified as idiots.
radio just come me as unit of the United States Air Mr. and :Mrs. Artis Golden and
I have lied to Thee and to myself church as we ought. One of our In Bellevue Hospital N. Y.. dinner of
Forces in Europe. children were guests
"I said that I did not feel well real problems is in feeling that there are motherly women who
Sergeant Cantrell a Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sun-
enough to go to church. That was there is any real relevance between serve on a volunteer basis whose cations operations technician has Had Your Dog Vaccinated
not true; I was not ambitious what we do in church on responsibility is to love the babies to the 7368th Ma- day.Mrs. .
been assigned
Willie Howell is spendinga
enough. I would have gone to my Sunday and what is happening in who might otherwise be deprivedof Etain AFB.
teriel Squadron few with Mr. and Mrs.
office had it been Monday morn- the world. What does my activity love. Dr. Randolph Wyman of days
The sergeant, a graduate
Drew Holmes.
ing: I would have played golf hadit in the life of the church have to medical superintendent of the Suwannee High School is the son
been Wednesday afternoon; I do with the rampant march of hospital is quoted as saying "We of Driscoll P. Cantrell Sr., of 152 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Browningand Against Rabies?

would have attended my lunch- communism across the face of the could no more do without these Piedmont St., Live Oak. He and children. Terri and Susan
eon club had it been this noon; I globe? When Mr. Khrushchevhas love volunteers than we could former A. of Opelika Ala., spent the week
his wife the Mary
would have been able to go to a one foot on our doorstep in penicillin". Singleton of Hawkinsville Ga., end here with Mr. and Mrs. R.
picture show had it been Friday Cuba, of what significance is a The feeling of the deprivationof W. Moseley.Mr. .
have two daughters.
night but it is Sunday morn- few hymn-singing people meeting love is a major contributingfactor and Mrs. Marvin Alder- requiresthat
ing and Sunday illness covers a together? In other words we needCOKER in the alarming increase in man and children of Live Oak all dogs be vaccinated against rabies
mental illness. This love lack is of Mr. and
Card Of ThanksWe were supper guests
----- responsible for America's high Mrs. L. P. Fortner Friday night. by March 1 1st. If you have not done this,

divorce rate and its juvenile delinquency appreciation wish to for express the many our loving deep I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dekle of it is imperative that you do so immedi-
It is
even a
factor in acts of kindness shown us duringthe I Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. ately. You not the
a our international rela- Drew Holmes Saturday. are required to go to
illness and death of our
k *. tions. We will not contain com-
t munism one; for the beautiful flowers City Clerk's Office. The Veterinarian will
F nit by using our allies or by '
attempting to buy neutral nations trays inquiries notes and the furnish all tags and receipts. Again we
for his visits and USE
pastor : prayers.
but by loving the people of
all nations. The only way we can repay you would like to stress the importance of

M? If when you go to church on for all you have done is to try to FUCO having your pet vaccinated against rabies
serve sumanity as you have servedus.
Sunday you open your own life
and it the This
to the love of God and if throughthe having wear proper tags.

week in the every day rela- Mrs.Mrs. Henry Bettye Skinner Stapleton and Brand will insure you against having your dog
tionships you seek to share that
i" x < love, then going to church Is'' -a sons, Russell., .Keith'. and InsecticideFOR picked up and impounded, and_ against the
must for and indeed has GregoryMrs.
of bitten
# world-wide significance. J. W. McCarroll and son, danger some person being by a

Cary rabid dog.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl
Studies indicate that hangovers Skinner and children Lee-
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I No.1 lug The fertilizer man offered on his them truck.a ride
To GrowSituated
Advent Home of the nation. for their help in loading the

Here again is a need for mu- truck, which they accepted. This
tual help and cooperation. To
unidentified person dropped the
have the success envisioned: this
on a horseshoecurve A :Mother's Letter boys off in Live Oak around 7
promotion plan must have the
along the banks of the Then came a letter from a full support of all the people of pjn. Monday evening, LewIs said.
famed Suwannee River is the mother of Millwood, Ga., Mrs. the county. The Sheriff placed the three
Seltzer who of tuber- break-ins as occurring between
was dying
American Advent Christian Certainly a good beginning has
culosis who wrote a pathetic let- 7-9 p.m. that nfcht.
Home and Orphanage. This been made and Tuesday's meet- .
Bixler editor of
ter to the Rev. ,
610 tract of land 18 ing should serve as a fine kick-
acre the "Present Truth Messenger"asking
miles west of Live Oak at "Have we an Advent off for a program that could No. 4
s greatly enhance the economy of $15 bond and $4 caste estreated;
Dowling Park is the home Christian Orphanage?" She want- y
the county. Hugh Geiger, drunk and disorderly
today for 52-aged persons ed her five children to be cared R u
$25 bond and $4 costs
and 30 children.A for in a Christian atmosphere and
No.2 treated; Mary Sue Butts, driving
mother's plea and the with loving care. The father wasa
work dying of the late Dr. Burr A. L. heavy drinker and did little to 11Mi.s 1Liii on the trip, which has been without Beenee, case continued:
; Nathaniel Lamar, colored, charged
Bixler established this great char- support the family. agreed the board pay the state -
with reekless driving, $. bond
... ity of the Advent Christian The plea of this dying mother committee chairman's expenses' estrea ted.
Church turned the thoughts of those interested also. .
The founding of the church can ; to the need for such a f : t u

1 be traced back to the fall of 1909 home and plans were soon under No.3 No. 5raising

when the annual South Georgia way to use the aforesaid lands The Advent Home currently has six apartments but plans are to build an unlimited number in up a Channel Master transistor campaign will be an easy

and Florida Conference of the for this purpose. An organizationwas the near future. Old people can apply for apartment space or they can advance the home $2,500 for radio near Burton's Garage please task," she noted.

church proposed to establish a formed and incorporatedwhich building them an apartment. This money would be returned to the loanee through crediting him notify the Sheriff," he urged. Mrs. W. J. Winburn and Mrs.

Southern campground. As result, is known as "The Ameri- with rent paid in advance. Each apartment has an efficiency kitchen provided. with all electric ap- Boys Played Hookey Bill Rowland are serving as co-
Thomas Dowling agreed to give can Advent Christian Home And fiances Lewis noted that the boys' chairmen for the drive. On Sat

120 acres of land for this pur- Orphanage". The move was en- troubles began when they played urday, March 23, rural residents

pose, providing that it would be dorsed by the General Confer- I I hookey from school in Lake City will be given an opportunity to
improved to the extent of $1,000 ence. Additional land was pur- Home was legally establishedDec. perhaps the tribute he would appreciate the Home were the same. Monday morning. He said a juve- contribute when the club conducts
the first year. chased and today there are 610 17, 1913 and became a Cor- most: 'Dad' Bixler, as With the coming of M. A. Car nile counselor caught the boys, a drive in the downtown area.
The offer was accepted and by acres of land belonging to the poration so that it could do busi- we called him, was very devotedto ter in 1955, the Home began a new took them to his office gave them Officers for the Suwannee

hard work on the part of W. M. Home.First ness legally.In his work. He was loved by ev- era of growth and development.In the benefit of his wisdom in con- County Red Cross Chapter are
Bennett and his co-workers, the Board of ManagersThe 1913 the orphanage was opened eryone. He gave his 'life that oth- August of 1959 a new 16-bed cise and pointed terms and released Norm Protsman. chairman; Ther-
conditions were met and the land first Board of Managerswere and the five Seltzer chil- ers might live. He always tried to nursing home was dedicated. This them. on Bass, home service chairman:

secured. The campground plans W. M. Bennett, J. T. But- dren-James, Ted, Colene, IDa, keep in touch with each child as week a Boys Cottage, a new con- Then the two youths decided to Ben Gilmore, treasurer; and Mrs. ,
did not develop successfully, how- ler, W. M. Dowling O. O. Wil- and Rena-were brought to Dow- he left the Home. Many times as cept In accommodating children, run away, Lewis said. They hitch- J. W. Odom, chairman for the
ever. liams, and Burr A. L. Bixler. The ling Park and were the first oc"- I was struggling to get through was dedicated. A new wing to the hiked a few miles outside of Lake Branford area.
cupants. In the latter part of the school, he would send
a telegramof nursing home, adding additional City where they met a man load- These! public-spirited citizens
year another child was added. greeting and encouragement.I beds and providing an outpatient coupled with the efforts of the
About the same time, the needsof can't say enough good about clinic is already under construc- Junior Woman's Club are tryingto
elderly retired ministers him." eral other buildings.
keep this chapter alive in Su-
realized. Thus provision was madein After the death of the Rev. Bix_ are in the making for Here is Christianity in action. wannee County Mrs. Burch said
the charter to offer care for ler, the Rev. Fim Murra had additional Boys Cottages and The men and women who have She added that anyone who

aged or totally disabled Advent charge of the institution for a apartments for retiring people.As cared for the hundreds who have contributes a dollar or more may
I Christian ministers, their wives short time. Since that time there the Home has grown, its lived at the Home since its found- receive a membership card in the
and dependents.In have been four ,ing have given much of them-
superintendentsRev. services have expanded. Today it American Red Cross. On the back
1914 1915, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reed Rev. selves for others. The
II $14z or Hugh serves dependent children, aged prayer- of this card are valuable first aid
H. E. Pancost, with their two chil- Shepard, M. A. Carter, and Pome- ministers, their wives, and Chris- ful wish of that dying mother pointers which can be carried in
)1 dren, Virginia and William, came roy Carter, the present superin- tian boarders from several dif- back at the turn of the century a purse or wallet "always thereto
) to care for the children in the tendent. Until M. A. Carter came, ferent denominations. They live has been answered. meet emergencies that might

J Orphanage. the editor of the "Present Truth I in the two brick two-story dormi- arise," Mrs. Burch concluded.
Early in 1917, Dr. A. N. Smith Messenger" and the manager of tories, the nursing home, and sev- SALT CELLAR BOUNDARY'In a .
1 .4 and his wife of New York State, medieval England, the salt
No. 6standards
1I took charge of the institution, cellar was a social boundary at
I but after a short time returnedto State Chamber Reports the dinner table. Highrankingguests revised support prices
New York the improved grading practices and
and Pancosts sat above the ornate silver -
had charge of the work again fora Florida Home Purchase I container, lesser guests below alert farmers will lead to a great
rl I short time until Mr. and Mrs. MortgagesTop it. King Canute's laws pro- improvement of quality in the
1 Smock of Lancaster, Pa., took vided that a social climber could 1963 crop.

t, I charge." $1.6 Billion Rising Trend SeenFlorida be "pelted out of his place by Fuqua praised the action of
By 1917 there were over 20,children bones at the discretion of the the Department stating that vigo-
being cared for in the Or- company". rous action has been taken to
mortgage recordingsfor Savings and
phanage. More elderly people Loan Associationswere protest discriminating against
home purchases last year the original leaders
came to Dowling Park and built of $724.- the chemical which he said is of
turned upward for the first time 765,000 for
cottages and happily spent their home purchase in the It wad a national figure, ac- tremendous economic importanceto
last years. As time went on, some since 1959, the Florida State state last year, up 14 per cent ceptiong a position with the Bureau the tobacco farmers of Florida.
of the old people began to drop Chamber of Commerce stated in over 1961. Commercial banks of Engraving and Printing, He said that tobacco farmers are

Norma Moore, supervisor of the nursing home, administers away and a little cemetery was its Weekly Business Review released handled $142,761,000, up 21 per I that is supposed to have said, cautioned to use the chemical in

oxygen to a patient. begun on the grounds. recently. cent and individuals loaned "Well, at least it's one federal the recommended amounts to insure -
There was a strong move to im- Total recordings involved 192- $276,540,000, virtually the same as agency that's making money"- quality, but that no direct
prove the place by building fire- 717 purchases worth $1,608,771000. ,- in 1961. The balance of the mort- Christian Science Monitor. penalty is to be levied on MH-30
The dollar volume was up 5 gage money was loaned by insur- tobacco.
proof buildings to move out of the grown
per cent and the number of recordings ance companies and government
frame structures and two were
started. The depression hit and up one per cent over agencies, both of which fell below A second colony of wild monkeys -I
a. 1961. Even so, 1959 with 218,768 their 1961 totals. are now living in the trees
left a debt of 10000. on the De- LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
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long Building and the Dowling mortgages recorded worth $1,759- Six counties in the state are along the bank of the Silver Riverat
Building unfinished. 896,000, still remains the peak reported separately and accounted Florida's Silver Springs. The

The Rev. Burr Bixler managedto year in home financing activityin together for 58 per cent of last new colony are South American Small or Large Areas
the state. year's state squirrel monkeys while the
total. Dade had a origi-
finish the basement and lower
The national gain 1961 to 1962 volume of $447,750,000, up one nal colony are the Rhesus variety. CALL
floor so they could be used. The
was 10 per cent in value of these per cent; Duval $117,112,300,
basement was used as the kitchen up
\ mortgages. Included in these fig- 7 H. G. TURNERNight
and dining hall for the children per and Pinellas $116- FENCE POSTS POLES ETC.
ures are mortgages of $20,000 or 246,400, up 2 cent.
and those who worked with them. per Broward Pressure Creosoted to 963.2751
He was finally able to liquidatethe less (as reported to the Home County came to $147,537,100; last a lifetime.SOUTHERN Day 963-2373
Loan Bank Board) and are secured Orange $72,119,400
; and Volusia
debt and both buildings were WOODPRESERVING or writeP.
almost entirely by residen- $38,185,500 in 1962 but
eventually completed as money tial CO. O. Box 475
slowly in. although some able figures for other years were
came small business properties in- I not BALDWIN, FLAT 266-4251 WELLBORN FLORIDA
I.. The Suwannee campground of are collected on these three coun- ,
cluded. -------------------------------
I the church adjoins the Home
where cottages and other facili-

II ties for church camps and camp Food Products Leads State DINE AND
I meetings' are held. Thus the prop- Output DANCENIGHTLY
erty is very much a center of

t J f Pictured above are four of the youngsters at the home. They the activity Southeast.for Advent Christians in Industry In Big Production GainsFlorida

J are Eddie, Danny, Benny, Terry, and Pat. Sunday School Offering BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT

The institution is maintained ] factories turned out manufactured goods in Admission $2.00 Couple On FridayNO

primarily by the Fifth Sunday of. 1961 worth $1.9 billion more than the raw materials and MINORS\ PLEASE

A. "Aubrey"\ ARD fering of the Sunday Schools of power used to make them, the Florida State Chamber of

L. the church along with annuity Commerce said yesterday in a report citing the state's LITTLE HICKORYFormerly

gifts, bequests, and free will of- gaIns in manuiactunng."This .

SPREADER SERVICE ferings. In addition there is the value," the report pointedout lion; Jacksonville $220 million; Country Kitchen
farming program where food is "measures the work done by Orlando $212 million and West
'WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS"\ raised for the Home. factories and their contributionsto I Palm Beach $75 m1ll1on"I Madison, Florida
No story of the Home could be the state's economy. The 1961 I
Fast and Courteous Service complete without full credit to figure, based on the latest offi-

the Rev. Bixler who had full cial estimates, was 6 per cent
Rte. Telephone 776-2271 charge of the Home from its inception larger than 1960 and 14 per cent

McALPIN, FLORIDA until his death on Feb. more than in 1959. FROM OUR FABULOUS JOYCE COLLECTION
27, 1950. From this letter we "Three types of manufacturingstand
Near HarrelPs Store on Mayo Road quote the feelings of a former out as leaders in the state.

resident of the Home which is Food products plants added a for your way of life!

value of $388 million and had a
$151 million payroll In 1961.
Chemicals factories added $314
CURRENT million in value of products and

had a payroll of $97 million. Pa- wk
per and allied products factories COUNT DOWN
added $223 million with payrollof WHITE CALF
$77 million."Fabricated :t
41/4 metal products BONK CALF

plants added $135 million and --", : TRUFK8' CALF
paid employees $68 million. Printing
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$117 million with a payroll of

Are your savings earning as much as DIVIDEND $65 million. BLACK PATHKT
"Lumber and unfinished
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shouldn't be! Put your dollars to PER ANNUM lion with payroll of $32 million. '
Furniture and fixtures added $41
work at First Federal Savings & Loan ON ALLSAVINGS million and had a $25 million \
payroll. Tobacco products plants \
Association they'll be insuredup
added $41 million and had a pay- $12.99

to 10000. Payable on June 30th IN roll of $19 million Other types of
manufacturing important in Florida -
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but not reported separatelyfor
OURASSOCIATION 1961, include clothing, elec-
trical machinery transportation

OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY" products.equipment and a variety of other

"Paper products and chemicals
have shown the greatest gains

FIRST FEDERAL .. among the principal types of
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4.. 4".tdf.. Eagles Snare Title From FalconsIn RECREATION CENTERBy

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Overtime Battle Hawks WinBy will
:d9d:! ;....:.:: Jim ClaytonThe Director has this diamond should shape up a*
.k > through one of the best around. The Ree-
Eagles wrapped up the regular season cham-
week attend- reation Department wishes te
pionship in the 12-11 Basketball League last Saturday Door
which Confer- thank Mr. Sid Allen Jr. for dos sting -
,. morning by shading the Falcons 20-19 in an exciting about Directors in the grass for this project.
fox overtime tilt. The Perhaps we The Freshman Class dance heW
The Hawks jumped into a tie for second place with con- at the Center last Saturday night
:f'''* the Falcons by beating the Com- I(l hung on for the victory. to you in was termed a success by the ctess
tF< ets in the second game of the day The win boosted the Hawks into officers as approximately 59 pee-
W1: 17-15. I a tie for second place with the days of spring pIe attended.We .
.,,.AG. Y headedfor and wish to remind
FN. .r The Falcons appeared Falcons. more peo- the ladies
.)6.w.. w. the championship in the first Ronnie Johnson led the scoring S. A. of the interested in physical fitness that

.:." ,/ : ,. .. half of the title game as they helda parade for the Hawks with 7 son deck."T facilities their class will meet again at 8
:,,'> ".": ;Y"* solid 9-2 lead at the half but points. Joe Phillips tallied 4, with Inc.. during the this Thursday night. There are
I wJ;} the Eagles had yet to make their Chuck Warner, Hank Ratliff, and more the Center was some women that attend all ef

: .:... :' '. ft ;.: move. Vern Roberts getting 2 each. Law- bers, of people these meetings and they invite

..'.'{<.k; '-.,,,. (>w:1i,: ,;.;.'...". .. :..""' ...,vb. .., The Eagles took up some of the rence Pert paced the losers gath- ed in Department's anyone interested in an exer ee
"" < JI..(> :" slack in the third quarter but still ering 9 points and received sup- the day and at class to join with them.
Wally Edwards, president of the J. Williams Memorial FFA trailed by five points 15-10 going port from Michael Stricklandwith to remind you The 12-11 Basketball Leagee
Chapter, demonstrates the new type of incinerator and its safety into the final quarter. 4 and Bob McHenry with 2. motive on the tennis ended its regular season play test
features They managed to gain an 1818 FINAL STANDINGSWON The we urge you to Saturday morning in the armory.
deadlock at the end of regulation LOST kind these facilities. The Eagles, coached by Marvin
time. The Falcons scored first Eagles 4 2 lanta drawing near Johns and Harry Nobles, were
Forest Service Releases InstructionsFor in the overtime period as Robert Falcons 3 3 Ga., in terms crowned the regular season cham-
Heath dropped in a foul shot to Hawks 3 3 and soft- pions as they edged the Faleeas
run the score to 19-18. It was Comets 2. 4 work is being 20-19 in an overtime. The fAr
Building Fire Control Incinerator then the Eagles' turn and Michael Next Saturday morning a The present time to teams of the league will now par-
..... Pittman dropped in a field tournament will be held at the ered space for the ticipate in a tournament Saturday -
Pictured above is the type of 1" x 1" angle irons and are boltedto goal to give the- Eagles their 20- Coliseum with the preliminaries rier Sod has been March 23, at the Coliseum.
incinerator approved by the Fire the drum by two bolts on 19 victory. beginning at 9:00.: The losers of the infield of The preliminaries will be h Mat
Control> Branch of the Florida each.) Pittman was the leading scor- the two morning games will meet feet to be used 9 a.m. with the finals that"
Forest Service for safe trash Drill inch holes 6 inches er in the game as he hit on four in a consolation game beginningat flight this year and (No. 1 Continued on Page 12))
burning. apart around the entire drum field goals] for 8 points. He was 7:00 pjn. The winners of the ----

Local authorities hope that the except for the cover, which shouldbe followed by Doug Townsend with preliminary games will then meetat
use of this suggested plan will 3 inches apart to allow for 7, Anthony Levere 3, and James 8:00 for the tournament cham-
help reduce the alarming number better draft. Ratliff 2. Townsend boosted the pionship. Evangelist
, of careless forest fires caused by This incinerator is relativelysafe Eagles into the overtime with two ;- : SUNDAY 11:00 A.M.-7:30 P.M.
trash burning in the Big Bend if placed in a location away timely foul shots as the regula- ,-
area. Steps for making this incinerator from flammable material. It will tion time was running out. Suwannee Springs r---- MONDAY-FRIDAY
are as follows: last several years under normaluse Alvin Greene and Glenn Jern-
Church Sets RevivalThe 6:45 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
the Falcons with
4 Obtain a 55-gallon steel oil conditions. Periodically emp- igan led scoring &
drum. tying of ashes which accumulatein 6 5 points each. Robert Heath had Suwannee Springs Free
Cut out one end of the drum, the bottom will length the life 5> points, Danny Edwards 2, and Will Baptist Church will conducta
then cut out part of the other of this unit. Bobby Poole 1, to round out the revival beginning Monday eve- .
end of the drum so that a Vh. The ground under and around scoring. ning and continuing through .a REVIVALBEGINNING
Inch flange is left partially the incinerator must be cleared of Hawks Overcome Comets Sunday March 31. : nx
around the edge, and a sufficient all grass, leaves, and similar debris The Hawks and Comets were Services will begin each eveningat .
amount of drum end is left on down to mineral soil. This fighting to stay out of the cellarin 7:30.: Guest speaker will be :r
which to fasten the cover. area of mineral soil should be of their game and the Hawks Wayne Brown of Plant City. I
Fit the part of the drum end sufficient size so that no fire will climbed out and pushed the Com- Rev. Howard Collins, pastor of I
first cut out so that it will serveas escape when rubbish, debris, pa- ets in by a 17-15 count. the church, invited the public to MARCH 24 _
a cover for the end of the drum per, are being burned.A The game started fast with the attend.
described above. After fitting is working model of this incin- Comets jumping to an 11-6 first .
completed, fasten it into place erator may be seen at the follow- quarter lead. The Hawks then ..
with %" to 1" flat bars and ing County Forest Fire Headquarters caught on fire to outscore the THIMBLE MARKET DIES Westwood Baptist Church -:
1" x %w.bolts. Bolt angle iron : Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, Comets 6-0 to take a 12-11 lead Thimbles are no longer big .....
at the half. business. A West German Jthimble .. ...... _. --.ot
The Hawks built up -
strips on this cover as shown in Madison, Buwannee, Taylor, and -- Lave -Oak -Flonda :: .. ,- r.
works founded in '" .
near Stuttgart, 't"- "
the diagram. Dixie. Persons interested in hav- a 17-13 lead late in the game and ..
1807 and possibly the world's old-
Bolt an angle iron handle and ing a copy of the complete plans .
est, does not receive enough orders :
hold-up bar on the cover, as for making these burners, may In some of the above mentioned s J. W. BAILLIE, Pastor
today to keep busy. The factory -
shown in the diagram, and then telephone, or stop by, any of the counties the FFA School Chapters HAL HUNTER' .
sent millions of thimb-
bolt four 8" legs on the bottom Forest Service Fire Control Head will soon be offering these once .
les each to country on -
end of the drum. (These are quarters in their county. burners for sale to the public. earth. year every. I I ,- .

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; (9fgf Miss Annette Page Here And There I Pine View

; Mrs. Niels Brorsen spent last Horry Hair Jr. of Tallahassee and School

Friday and Saturday at Jacksonville Mattox Hair who is attendingthe

WOMENCLARA qy xy Beach visiting her brother- University of Florida at Gainesville Menu
I In-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs spent the week end with
E. C. Hall and her father W. F. Mrs. Hair.
x March 21
Collins. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Sullivan through March 27

S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Mrs. Frank Futch Sr., Mrs. had as their guests SundayMr. THURSDAY
s f- Roy Hunter. Mrs. V. J. Smuts I and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and Gritted Hamburgere
wad Mrs. Joe cundiff attendedthe I daughter. Jan of Jessup, Ga. Mr. Sliced Tomatoes on Lettu r

Junior Club Met At Church Circle Met w W.M.U., District Conferenceat : and Mrs. James Sullivan of Savannah Leaf
Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green Baby LiHMtf
the Methodist Church in Tal-
Recreation CenterThe With Mrs. McDowellThe lahassee recently. Jeeks, Mrs. Doris Place and sons. Sliced Pineapple

Live Oak Junior Woman's Mary Catherine Adams Elder and Mrs. W. C. Stana- Robert and Albert Jr., Mr. and Buns Butter Itit.y

Club held their March meetingat Circle of the First Baptist Church land and son. Tommy, of Perry Mrs. Douglas Clement and son. FRIDAY
the Recreation Center on the met Monday afternoon in the visited Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wil- George and Miss Judy Greene, Roast Turkey d: DreMtng vv.t"
fourteenth. The club makes an home of Mrs. S. T. McDowell on s2p liams last week. all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Giblet Gravy

annual visit to the Center to Inform Pine Avenue with eight members Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bartley of D. L. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Buttered Carrots

new members about the''present. Umindila N. Y., spent several Melvin Smith of Newberry. Mr. Fresh Cranberry Sauce ,,
Recreation Center program, that Mrs. McDowell served refresh- days recently at their home in and Mrs. Jack Simmons and Cake Squares with Strawberr>,
the club through their endeavors ments prior to the business meet- .. Wellborn.Mr. daughters, Miriam and Cecil of and Whipped Topping

made the Recreation Center and Mrs. Jeff McKeithen Archer, and Mrs. Frank Greene Bread Butter MMONDAY .<
available to the residents of the ing.The circle chairman Mrs. Jesse spent last week end in Jackson- Jr. and Miss Maren Brorsen of
Live Oak and Suwannee Countyarea Graham, presided over the meet- ; -r Live Oak. Tuna Fish Salad
and for the members to assist Ing.The ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Buddy Frier spent English Peas
in any way possible with the circle voted to share in an 9ai last week end in Lakeland.Mrs. Saltines
Students To Hold
Center program. Easter gift to be sent to Mr. and Remer Hughes and daughter Sliced Tomatoes
7 The devotional was given by Mrs. Dutton Bonnell who are : Louise of Sarasota are sPend- Pancake Benefit Peanut Butter Cow
Mrs. Larry C. Odom. The meet- missionaries in Algeria and form- ing this week with her parents Bread Butter Milt
ing was presided over by Mrs. erly of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Westberry.I I The Aunt Jemima Pancake TUESDAY
Bill Burch. Mrs. Burch intro- The announcement was made Mr. and Mrs. James Gaskins Breakfast Benefit held to raise Fried Chicken

duced Mrs. Frank Westmark as a that the community mission pro- visited their son. Buddy at Hope funds for paying the expense of Whipped Potatoes
new member, Mrs. Charles Rob- ject for the month would be dona- # Haven Hospital in Jacksonville the Suwannee High School sen- Cream Gravy
erts a new resident, and Miss Ada tions of money to buy toys for Sunday.Mr. ior trip is slated for Saturdayin Broccoli Spears

Mae Roberson, Senior sponsor. the church nursery. and Mrs. C. M. Hill and the High School Cafeteria.The Bread Butter Mils
Mrs. Lloyd Googe, program The announcement was also son, Norman of Lenox Ga.. and benefit features aU the WEDNESDAYSpaghetti
chairman, presented Charles Pul- made that the mission study book, :N R Mrs. Norma Sellers of Fort Worth pancakes yon can eat for a dol- with MeatSauce
ley, Director of the Recreation "The Chains Are Strong", will be ., visited Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wil- lar. Children under 1Z pay 50 Green Beans

Center, who gave an informativetalk taught tonight (Thursday), by liams Sunday.Mr. cents. Dinner Rolls
on the need for individualsto Mrs. Clayton Bass In the Educa- and Mrs. Joe Hill Smith Lemon Cookies
follow some type of physical tional Building of the church and have as their guest' for the week. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) Bread Butter Milk

fitness program. will be preceded by a covered dish their daughter, Mrs. Neil S.

Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., corres- supper. Rev. and Mrs. Otis Lafayette Page of Lake City announce the Weary, of Arlington Va. Mr. and YOURS! THIS LIVING CROSS EMBEDDED IN THE SACRED .
ponding secretary read a letter Mrs. McDowell presented the Mrs. Smith will accompany Mrs.
and of their daughter, Mable
approaching marriage
from the Sunland Training Center study, "Spiritual Life Development" engagement Weary back to Arlington, and This beloved lowing<< era, embedded in a EARTH OF ML CALVARY!
Gainesville concerning the ', and was assisted by Mrs. Annette, to James Albert Purvis, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James while away will visit their son pedestal containing the sacred earth .( Mt. I ,
adoption of a boy from the cen- J. M. Sullivan. Mrs. H. J. Evans Presley Register of Live Oak. Calvary..where Jesus suffered and died to \ I
Major Joe H. Smith Jr.. and his give ..* the promise of eternal li/,...eo be FREE :
ter. The club voted to do so. Mrs. Leon McDonald Mrs. Buren Miss Page is a 1959 graduate of Columbia High School and is family at Westhampton Beach yours! This luminous shimmering white cross
A letter was also read from Dunavant. and Mrs Ralph Cox a senior at Florida State University School of Nursing. Mr.Purvis is Long Island, N. Y. They will also is a shining symbol of 1 esus. Thousands if you
Mrs. Otis Arnold General Feder- who closed the meeting with a graduate of Suwannee High School in the class of 1958. He is visit Mrs. Smithb niece Mrs. pilgrimage to Mu Calvary for comfort and act !
nearness to Him. The same sacred earth. now \
ation of Women's Clubs president prayer. presently: serving in the United States Air Force as a Medical Tech- William Alexander at Harrisburg, stained and cleansed with the precious blood /A J
encouraging the clubs to supportand The circle will meet in the Edu- You'll receive an '
Orlando. and tears of our Sartor can be right at ;
nician at the Orlando Air Force Hospital, Pa.Mrs. yours authentic largephotograph
contribute as individuals and cational Building for the April S. E. Montgomery Jr., Bill your fingertips..always! Because this sacred
The wedding has been planned for June ninth at Mt. Olive from
as a club to Radio Free Europe meeting. Montgomery Mrs. Louie C. Wads- cross glows like a living thing you see it at Mt. Calvary, the
Baptist Church. night when you awake from troubled sleep...
Fund and to continue to combat worth and Miss Charlotte Wads- same view as
always near to comfort and in Jtucfeutf
you yours seen by our
communism behind the Iron Cur- worth spent Thursday in Jack- health and sickneu. Keep a protecting cross dying savior.
tain. The club voted to give mem- Baptist Church Circle Mrs. Harrell Hostess To Church CircleThe sonville. in your car and where you work also. Send
bers an opportunity to contributeat Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. had as her for Jour cross today! If you're not enthralled : TJ" 'J.bctt j T aJr'..
the April meeting and the club Met With I\Irs. GoffMrs. Violet Popp Circle of the was given by Mrs. S. A. Williams, with this glowing cross embedded in sacred
I _
Mr. and Mrs.
guests Saturday it
Mrs. Mrs. and earth, return it within tea days and .. .. ta.dI I
in turn would make a contribu- First Baptist Church met Monday Harrell Bispham your I Offer rttu* mk Utinf Cm MK
R. B. Goff was hostess to afternoon in the home of Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Mizell. After a silent money will be fully refunded. Satufactint u I .98 Mck .re Ur 3.M.. stags gala I
tion.The the Helen Parshley Circle of the absolutely l ar ntenl. Send cash, check or I Encfena is I III
Austin Harrell with six members meditation, Mrs. Williams closed
club accepted the board's First Henry money order (no Co 0.d.) to: I 1I I II
Baptist Church when they mur
recommendation to send two dollars present. the program with prayer. The meeting was closed with II I I
to help support the General met Monday afternoon with ten The meeting was opened with The business meeting was con- I I prayer after a social hour was en- CHRISTIAN IMPORTS ADORESOJ: I

Federation of Women's Club members present. prayer by Mrs. Jackson Bispham.The ducted by the chairman Mrs. joyed. L J I
Mrs. W. M. Jernigan. circle LifeDevelopment" P.0. gore 7IJ1 St. Louis 77, MOo CITY____ _torostatt
CARE-Dliteracy Program and to program, "Spiritual,
chairman the meet- -
presided over t
taken from
purchase Brownie pins for the
Brownies.Mrs. ing.Mrs. the Royal Service magazine and R? \:7i- ;
Tom Landen read the ifii FREE
W. J. Winburn and Mrs.
Scripture and Miss Mary Cleve-
Bill Howland were named to land offered prayer. Mrs. Ottis Brown .
serve as co-chairmen for the Am- OXYGEN EQUIPPEDAmbulance
The mission study led
was by.
erican Red Cross Fund campaign I Mrs. Charles Johnson program. Hostess To CircleThe .
which will be conducted Thurs- Service
chairman. Assisting Mrs. Johnson Helen Masters Circle of ri.
day. March 28 at 7:00 pm. were Mrs. Jernigan, Mrs. E. S. the First Baptist Church met <':
Mrs. Lavaughn Newbern : Phone 36233331f44 LIVE OAK,FLORIDA
was Conner Mrs. C. A. Taylor and Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ot : : Phone 362-3111
given a vote of thanks for enter-
tis Brown chairman of the circle. :
Mrs. John Leonard. : fllJw Adults 50c Children 20c
ing the district contest
The devotional and were -
Mrs. Goff served refreshmentsto prayer Tax Included
from the Junior Club. her guests at the close of the given by Mrs. Brown and Mrs. BOX OFFICE OPENS
Hostesses for the March meet- meeting. Clayton Bass mission study teacher Monday Through Friday. 3:15

ing were Mrs. Hubert Lee, chairman The circle will meet with Mrs. gave an interesting studyon JAMES B. DANIELS .. Saturday. 12:45
Mrs. Leroy McDanlel. Mrs. Johnson in April. "Spiritual Life Development"and :fi. Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
Reginald Scott Jr., Mrs. Wallace a closed with prayer. FUNERAL HOMEEast

Bowden Mrs Xavaughn Newbern The hostess served refreshments Howard St. ; :. >. THURSDAY-FRIDAY, MARCH 21-22
and Mrs. Charles Pulley. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) at the close of the meet-

ing. J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D.

ATJ.' Live Oak Tire Co. Pine Grove Club EMERT POTEET MARTHA IIYER

a1fSHOP Holds WorkdayThe In
W. Howard St. 362-2082 Pine Grove Home Demon-

: stration Club held their second
rm- workday to make bandages for A GIRL NAMED TAMIKOAlso

_ cancer patients here in Suwannee GO MODERN WITH WARRENGAS FUEL

QUALITY County. The group met in
the home of Mrs. Tom Delegalon
AT THIS LOW PRICE Those working were Mrs. A. O.

(' \ Corbett, Mrs. Carrie Brinson, aaaaa a. a 'Ex SATURDAY, MARCH 23 '
N Mrs. W. W. Hunter, Mrs. Ned
I c' N Delegal, Mrs. Ross Leming. and because
Mrs. W. J. Nipper. t. DOUBLE FEATURE

NYLON ( {1 Samuel Marcus. ; NelsonMr. it's cured JOHN WAYNE SOPHIA LORENIn

( and :Mrs. Bobby G. Nelson
TIRES I of Live Oak announce the birthof \ 7

$14.95 a son Wednesday, March 6. in with. r y i Ji :._ p .

ONLY Il II the Valdosta Pineview Ga.General Hospital in LEGION OF THE LOST

6.70-15 Tub Typ BlackwotI :< \ He has been named Samuel !L3.. ._ .. _-; :s
Plus tax and tire from car Marcus Nelson.
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DESIGNED: TO GIVE YOU LONGER Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Nobles and
MILEAGE FOR A LOW PRICE. the paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. S.. L. Nelson all of Live

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News From BranfordBY I CAIDY'Tomb I Branford Personals IMr.

t and Mrs. Marion Parker Mr. and Mrs. W. B. T9ee-e
had as their guests over the week visited relatives in Mayo Soafer
BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS end, Mr. and -Mrs E. V. Fisher afternoon.Mrs. .
TWs is RDtOJLOLIS and grandson, Tom Boy Gilman Wilson Sugg. Cbarkoe
Bur r 1. Aslc wM.
\ of Tallahassee. Cecil Rowell of and Dale, and Mrs. Ode4 &
Red Cross DriveIs Branford FFA Trenton was a dinner guest Sat- Fletcher visited Mrs. H eta Cal-
ScheduledThe !. LZ.EAsrJEc i urday night and Mr. and Mrs. houn in Sebring last week and
Jack Rowell of Trenton and Mr. journeyed on to Ft. Myers and
Honor RollSix Branford junior Woman's department Club of will the Chapter Names l and Mrs. Roy Edwards of Bell Sanibel Island. While there they
were Sunday afternoon visitors. visited Mr. and Mrs. Branch
students in three grades hold the annual Red Cross New SweetheartThe Mrs. C. H. Brooks accompaniedby Sadler, former residents of Stan
made the "A" Honor Roll at the Drive in Branford Saturday, her daughter-in-law Mrs. ford.
Branford High School for the March 30, beginning at 7:30 r 0 Johnie Hall and daughter Louise s -
fourth six weeks, school officials annual FFA Sweetheart 00 I aQ of Largo were recent visitors
announced Tuesday. The students p.m.Spokesmen said residents Contest was held Monday night, =' %1 in Columbia. Miss., and.Bogolusa, Alachua Resident Is
were Scott Ware, seventh could be extremely helpful by March 11 in the high school gym. 0 La. They also attended funeral
grade; Suzannee Murray, Patricia turning on their porch lights The FJF.A. boys chose the Honored. At LuncheonMrs.
0 'A 0 + [WI services of Mrs. Hall's aunt Mrs.
Parker, and Amarilys Suggs tenth and having their contributions sweetheart by secret ballot. Eight Mary Walker in Mobile, Ala. Manuel Bernardo Jr.. of
ready. Anyone who contributesa girls vieing for the title. Alachua honored with
grade; and June Bass and Shar- were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatch was a
on Thurmond, twelfth grade. dollar or more will receive a They were judged on beauty DEAR. YOUR IWJSKTER1 SME WANTS TO KKOW IP WE and family of Jacksonville spent luncheon Thursday. March 14, in
The school's "A" and "B" Honor "red cross" and a membershipcard. stage appearance, and talent. HAS DJVJTEP NEW CAN GET MEW CARPET1M6- Sunday visiting Mr. Hatch's par- the home of Mrs. Orville Mese
Roll included 22 students rep- All the girls showed very good BOY OVER FOR pA1NT THE UV1MS RCOfA. ents, .Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch, The table was covered with a
resenting the top six grades. talent. Lorice Suggs, winner of DINNER NEXT WE4<. AND Buy A 21 T.V.? and other relatives. pink cloth and overlaid with a
the title, and white lace cloth. Pink carnation
The students named to the list sang "Tammy" Col. and Mrs. T. S. Lowry left
played "Shrimp Boats" on the centered the table. The guests
are Janet Howell and Charlene Branford Sunday morning for their homein
Suggs, seventh grade; Donna piano. Miss Suggs was lovely in Ft. Lauderdale after spending were served tuna fish salad, carrot -
bright red floor length dressof sticks with crackers iced tea
Daugherty, Gloria Davis Becky a three weeks at their home on the
School taffeta and organdy. and strawberry cake.
Drawdy, Sonja Fuller, BarbaraLee Suwannee River.
Linda Terry, and Eddy Rob- Each girl was allowed the same Mrs. Barbara Minter was a Those attending were Mrs. B.
erts, eighth grade: Cathy Chand- MenuMarch length of time to display her tal business visitor in Gainesville J. Fennel of Alachua Mrs. Clyde
led, Sandra Hatch, and Peggy ent. Miss Suggs was crowned by 00 00oa Friday. Smith Mrs. James Odom, MM.

Ware, ninth grade; Voncille 25 through March 29 last year's sweetheart Miss Suz- Miss Lou Cribbs visited her Bill Thompson. Mrs. Howell
Goolsby and David Moore, tenth MONDAY anne Murray. The newly elected parents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, and Mrs.. .Joseph Cannon.
Brenda and JoAnn sweetheart will represent the "TbM R. -
grade; Terry Sloppy Joes = Cribbs and family over the week
Thomas, eleventh and local chapter in the sub-district
; Pinto Beans with Ham (School Supplies at MeCrimen1! )
contest to be held in Live Oak end.Rev.
Grace Chandler, Elaine Griffin. .
Carrot Sticks-Cabbage Wedge and Mrs. Allen Price and
Linda Hudson, Lorice Suggs, Lar- Blueberry Cobbler on April 19. To Conduct Woman's dub To Hold family visited friends in Talla- .
Entertainment was also furn- Gieger L.aaa aa uaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa,
ry Jonas, and Charles Kilpatrick, Buns Butter Milk hassee and other points of inter- .
twelfth grade.Cannons TUESDAY ished during the program by Civil Defence ClassThe Spring Fashion ShowThe est last week. FOR YOUR :
James Cranford on the harmonica ..
Branford Woman's Club
Roast BeefWhipped Mr. and Mrs. Ruodlph Hatch
Potatoes Paul Shinholster on the guitar, first civil defense classesIn .will hold a spring fashion show and family visited Mrs. Hatch'sparents : TREE TRIMMING & =
To Celebrate Green Salad and Pat Parker on the piano. personal survival to be held and dinner Thursday, March 28, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey : TREE REMOVAL :
Golden Anniversary Peach Half in Branford will begin Thurs- at 7:30 in the Branford School Harris, in Jacksonville Thursday TRENCHING OR :

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cannon Dinner Rolls Butter Milk day night, March 21 in. the Cafeteria. night and Friday. : DITCHINGCALL =
Mrs. W. R. Hill Cafeteria.A
Branford School the International
will celebrate their Golden Wed- WEDNESDAYHam Members of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Odom vis- :
ding Anniversary Saturday, Mar. a la King Hosts Bridge ClubThe qualified instructor Prin- Affairs Department will be sell- ited Cypress Gardens Sebring .
cipal A. perry Geiger of Bran- ing tickeths. They are Judy Moses and other of
23 from 2 p.m. on at their homein Buttered Toast points interest last FloodConstruction :
Wednesday ford High School, will be Joann Odom Georgia Walker week.
Branford, with an open house. English Peas Club met at the home of
No invitations sent Lime Jello-Cookies Bridge charge of the classes. Jackie Carmichael, Valeria Cribbs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Odom had Co. ;
are Mrs. W. R. Hill March 13 at 3:30.: and other ..
All city, .state, Jackie Voncile Smith,
but all friends and relatives are Bread Butter Milk Thompson as Sunday afternoon guests, Mr. r
Those playing were Mrs. Lois I governmental employees who Mellett Laura : 362-2101
invited to attend. THURSDAY Cheryl Jo Kirby and Mrs. Dan Baxter of Ludo- :
Chicken Salad Sisson. Mrs. R. G. Griffith. Mrs. have not had these classes are and Betty Moses. Tickets will be wici, Ga. ................a a............ f1 r
Saltines L. D. O'Steen, Mrs. W. B. Thomas particularly urged to attend.All $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for
Mrs. A. Jack Phillips, Mrs. W. citizens are invited to par- children.
\\\ ''-1/ Sliced Green Tomatoes Beans ',. S. Ware, Mrs. S. L. Townsend, ticipate in the course. Everyone is urged to attend

Apple Sauce and Mrs. T. D. Minter. Mrs. A. and enjoy seeing the spring and Special Through Tuesday, March- 19
Bread Butter Milk Jack Phillips won high score. summer's newest fashions and
FRIDAY At the close of the game Mrs. Couples Class MeetsAt enjoy a fried chicken dinner.
TERMITES Macaroni au Gratin Hill served sherbert, cookies coffee Hall ResidenceThe Door prizes will be given. MACKS SPORT SHOPPhone
Cokes, and nuts. .
SWARMING? Harvard Beets Couples Class met in the 362-1305 221 W. Howard St.

Steamed Cabbage home of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Annual FFA Banquet LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
call Prunes First Baptist Sets Hall Tuesday, March 12 at 7 p.m.
Peanut Butter & Jelly Spread The class enjoyed a supper of Slated For FridayThe 16 TO 18 FOOT Reg. $1.00 Value
Bread Butter Milk Dinner, Ordination barbecue chicken, potato salad annual F.F.A. Parent-
The First Baptist Church of green salad, green beans, hot Son Banquet will be held Fri- 59c

for the s Ae of (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Branford will have dinner on the rolls, tea, and cake. day night. March 22, in the
your home ground Sunday, March 24 after Those attending were Mr. and school cafeteria. The theme will 202 ZEBCO Reg. Price $11.90
the regular church services. Mrs. Orville Moses Mr. and Mrs. be T.F.A. Homecoming".
Following the dinner an ordi- Bill Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Several former officers and ROD & REEL Special $ 7.95
nation service will be held. Everyone D. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. James members will be present. A very
TIME TO BUYMILLET' is invited to attend. Odom, and Rev. Allen Price. outstanding: program of chapter
ZEBCO 33 Reg. Price $19.50
accomplishments and awards is
planned. Individual awards will REEL
N Special $12.95
be presented by the various
businesses in town. Chapter officers -

,,; why suffer from ', will confer honorary degrees SPECIAL PRICE ON ALL
; GA-HI _STARR_BROWN TOP and certificates of appreciation -

_. The principal address will
7 COLD WEATHER be given by Leon A. Sims, a Several Lengths-Not Varnished $2.25 Value
: -: former officer and first mem-
::. .- ber to receive the American
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I Hoe: Cholera Eradication Program SetSuwannee AR HE5 NO-BOBO'S NT PRACTICING TIED SHOE TOGETHER.LACES. I)

L./ : THE 5054tVVA/

cal veterinarians. The medicationis the year ending June 30, 1959 cholera and cannot immunized wait and correct the condition

County farmers monthsto free to the farmer but he will with only eight confirmed cases regardless of what is done. I before vaccination. This may
have less than five .
this breakdown pits.
full protectionis In ,
cholera. While
have to for having the vaccine of
their vaccinated pay conditionsas 6. If cholera is present in a
get hogs administered not guaranteed the results may be caused by such

against cholera, according to ; have been quite satisfactory. poor nutrition, parasites, pigs herd when it vaccinated, the ;

a recent decree from the State Pays Any Losses vaccinated too young that have pigs may still develop the disease .E:

State Department of Agri County Agent Paul Crews ex- Cholera Virus nursed from a vaccinated sow and die since many of : //

culture. pained that it a farmer treats his Hog cholera consists of a tiny pigs having hog cholera serum them will already be infectedby

After August 31 no hogs in hogs with the vaccine in the pre- virus that gets into the blood and three to four weeks prior to vaccination the virus. I

Florida may be moved from farm scribed manner the state will pay tissue of a sick animal. In some pigs that already have Farmers should not buy pigs iiii: ;. :: !: _:: _

to farm, or through stockyardsand him the full market price for any instances it may be more virulent the disease but fail to show that have not been vaccinated

livestock markets back to of his animals lost as a result of than in others; few hogs have symptoms. and pigs that have nor should they buy pigs that

farms'unless they have been vac- the treatment or the subsequent natural immunity to the spore. other infections at the time of have been vaccinated less than

cinated against cholera at least development of cholera in his The highly contagious diseasecan vaccination.Pigs two to three weeks.In .

21 days prior to movement the be spread from one animalto that have recently been addition mixing purchasedpigs ,

notice said. herd.However, the state will give no another by the tires of a feed subjected to stress such as long immediately with the main I

In addition hogs passing aid to a farmer whose hogs might truck a person's shoes. old feed hauls withholding feeds and water herd is dangerous. Additions

through livestock markets and become stricken by the disease sacks, dogs buzzards or by actual and overheating might fail should be checked closely with

stockyards may be sold only for because he failed to have them contact with other stricken ani- to immunize. Generally any stimulus your veterinarian. -

immediate slaughter unless they vaccinated. Crews added. mals. Pork scraps in garbage may that tends to lower the animals U. :, .--1

have been vaccinated 21 days The vaccine currently being I. infect a healthy animal that eats normal resistance may affect ANCIENT FISH PRESERVEDFish /

prior to movement. used was subjected to a pilot test them. his ability to repel cholera. frozen about 1,100 years : F :!: .

restrictions are designed in Suwannee County beginning in The cholera virus can thrive in
These new Rules to Follow have been found in Antarc- _
to help stamp out cholera 1955 as a cooperative federal- places where sick animals have The following six suggestions tica's Ross Ice Shelf. The speci-
Florida the dread hog disease state project. been. It can live for long periodsin determininghow
in should be helpful in mens were in a remarkable state
that costs America's swine pro- Since then all hogs passing damp dark places or under to begin a successful. anti- of preservation.

ducers over $40 million each year. through public auction markets conditions of extreme cold, or even hog cholera program. UU

The'measure will also force hog have been vaccinated with modified in salt or pickling solutions.But I 1. Vaccinate all pip at about -

producers in Suwannee County to live virus vaccines furnishedby the virus is easily destroyedby six weeks of age. No.1

acquire points toward winning the Florida Livestock Board. sunlight heat or disinfectants. 2. -vaccinate brood stock night beginning at 7. The finalsare

purebred livestock of their choice Approximately 30,000 hogs Preventing the spread of chol- being held at night to enable '
each year. SEE ME IN 63 FOR ALL YOUR
vaccinated in this era can best be done through who weren't
under the rules of the Livestock yearly were 3. Contact your veterinarianand some of the parents

Promotion Program. One avenueto project during the first three sound vaccijiation. discuss the problems that able to attend Saturday morning BUILDING NEEDS

acquiring points under the years and 2,500 of them were Causes of Failure to Immunize might exist in your herd beforeit games during the season to see

program is vaccinating livestock. challenged.For i A small percentage of animals is vaccinated. their youngsters play. PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.

According to the notice vaccines the county as a whole 54 flack the ability to produce resis I I 4. Be sure to tell the veterinarian The Recreation Center still PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe

will be administered by 10- per cent were vaccinated during required for immunity to the facts. He may determine holds pre-school activities on
I Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
I I the type of vaccine to Mondays and Thursdays from
By C. D. Smith I ICan I use. There are several types of 9:30-11:00 aim and all parentsare

I fOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS Girl! Give Up Boy Her Mother Likes? I ter vaccine to particular use and than one conditions.another may be under bet- dren.now invited The open playground to each bring afternoon and their Centerare from chil- Langford Builders SupplyEast

Friday Hclvenston Street Phone 3&i-2873
REPLY is it neces 5. If the veterinarian thinks 3:30-6:00: : Monday through
sary that you go steady? Do you the herd is not in condition to I I and from 9:00: to 12:00'on:

: have to completely break with the vaccinate at the time called Saturday morning.

: MOTHER first boy in order to have a date
DOESNT else? South Range 12 East; containing McCarthy his wife; Raym..*d Eldred
--L-; GIVE A with someone 40 acres more or less. and his wife. Agnes A. EMred vs. A
believe that The name of the Court in which said Goldstein, et aL
un BOY A. Neither do we your PublicNotices hand Clerk of the Circuit -
suit has been instituted is the Circuit Witness my as
p CHANCE... parents really want you to go Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in Court and seal of saW Court m
I steady with just one boy. Theyare and for Suwannee County Florida and Live Oak Sww..acc Gouty, Florida <"
the abbreviated title to said cause is: !, this 8th day of March A.D., 19 3.
( L happy, of course, that you FICTITIOUS 963, if yon care to contest the same Zinnie Gamble and her husband Fred Lavaugftn A. Se** M>s
.i have been going with a boy they NOTICE TRADE UNDER NAME LAW otherwise the allegations of the Com- Gamble vs. J. I. Kirkland. et aL Clerk of CtreuH Court Ii
know-and of whom they approve. OR IT MAY CONCERN: plaint will be taken as confessed by you. Witness my hand as Clerk of the Cir- Suwanaee County, Florida
I TO WHOM the Done and ordered in Live Oak. FlorIda cult Court and seal of said Court in Live (SEAL)
Parents not infallible. They Notice is hereby given to the that fictitious undersigned this 18th dy of March, A. D. 1963. Oak Snwannee County Florida, on this By: Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C
are ,
Lavaughn A. Sessions Sth day of :March. A.D., 1963. 44-47
: make mistakes. It is possible for name tatnte.Florida Chapter Statutes 20953., 1941 or Section will Clerk of Circuit Court Lavanghn A. Sessions

1(1( I : them to judge a boy wrongly or register 865.09 with the Clerk of the Circuit Suwannee County Florida Clerk of Circuit Court IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
Florida ,
Snwannee County. IN AND COUNTY
form opinion of him that is Court in and for Sawannee County (SEAL) D.C. FOR SUWANNEE
- in I u \ I \ ti\ ;;:. \ I &;;J I _I I U to an Florida receipt of proof of publication By: Geraldine M. Gamble. (SEAL) FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
- --' TOE WEEK'S LETTER: "I am I anywhere els She said she had incorrect. But whether they are of this notice the fictitious name. 5-48 4-47<< By: Geraldine )I. Gamble D.C. RE: The ARTHUR Estate: LINTON.of

havin a problem with my parent heard a Jot of things about some right or wrong, you are subjectto to-wit: ASSOCIATESunder IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF Deceased.
!. I have been going steady of the boys. their authority and you are which we will engage in business.We SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA.IN NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE OF PROBATETHE
associate with boysor RE: The Estate of &: INVITATION TO BID STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALl
.for three weeks with one boy. Now "She doesn't give a boy a wrong if you expect to engage in business in is Olive Russell also known as Sealed Bids will be received in the PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES-
I find I like another boy at school chance. She thinks if one is bad girls not on the "approved"list. Live Route Oak 5. ,Box Florida 88, Live and Oak.our address Florida. Mrs. Olive M. Russell office of the District Forester. Florida STATE OF SAID DECBDSNT: :
But I know this entire.W. deceased. Forest Service, 1214 Tower Driver. Talahassee. You are hereby notified. that a written -
all bad. ownership is
trouble is they are The extent of
and he likes me. The
Niekerson Jr. 50% Notice Of Filing Petition Florida, until 3:00 P. M. instrument pur*.rti g to be the LaM
that mother objected when I told new boy I like and he is really If the second boy is what you John Clinton Moxley 50% For Discharge (EST), March 29, 1963. for furnishingall Will and TestM*.t of the above deadest -
nice. Mother likes the boy I have Notice is hereby given that I have labor and materials and providing has been admitted to probate HI
; her I was breaking up with my say, you should have little trouble Dated this 19th day of March A.D. filed my Final Returns as Administrator all work necessary and incidental for said Court
steady. ;She asked 'why' and my been going with only because she convincing your mother that he 1963. W. Clinton Niekerson Jr. of the Estate of Olive Russell also the construction of two towerman's You are hereby enmaiaaded within . sister told her I had my eye on knows his parents and he goes to John Moxley known as Mrs. Olive M. Russell deceased residences one located at Falmouth, (6) calendar --, from the date < Ithe
is O.K. and that I have filed my Petition and the other at Rocky Hill, in Suwan first publication of tU notice. to ai-
another boy. Mother wanted to the same church. teenage problem y" 45-48 for Final Discharge and that on nee County. A separate bid shall be pear in said Court to show eans, if an-
know what reason I would give for "How can I break up with my If ;" have address a your letter I. the 12th.. day of April. 1963. I will ap- submitted on each project. you can, way the action. ot said Cour-
I. make .bservatlenFOR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR ply to the Honorable Reece Brown. :Materials. equipment. and labor furnished in admitting aM Will te probate. shou'>'
and what I do to get dlseass. r a.
said that I steady can want to
breaking up and she AND ABOUT TEENAGERS TRADE NAME LAW County Judge of Suwannee County. and all work performed shall ben not stand u.re..".
couldn't go out with any of the my mother and father to like the NATIONAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: Florida, for approval of said Returns and accordance with the drawings and ./REECE BROWN
FRANKFORT. KY. Notice is hereby given that the un- for Discharge of such Administrator. pecifications, pertaining thereto. Said County JudeeSawaDaH
other boy SERVICE.
the show
boys at school-to or dersigned pursuant to the fictitious George Morrison plans and specifications may be inspected County. F1<>n<:.t
name statute Chapter 20953 or Sec Administrator of the Estate of at the office of the District 2-45
tion 865.09. Florida Statutes. 1941 will I Olive Russell, also known as Forester. Tallahassee. Florida and each
register with the Clerk of the Circuit :Mrs. Olive M. Russell, deceased. prospective bidder may procure one set IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
Court in and for Suwannee County 4-47 upon deposit of *25. This deposit will IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
Florida upon receipt of proof of publication be refunded in full to all bidders upon FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
of this notice the fictitious name.towit IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY return of the plans and specifications IN RE: The Estate of
: JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY, within ten (10) days after bids are op.eueq. ARTHUR LTNTON
F Brand-NewV-8! ./ .. not incorporated RE: Estate of Each bid should be marked "SEALEDBID TO CREDITORS
.. :: : under which we will engage in business.We IRWIN D. TERRY ON FALMOUTH TOWERMAN'S All creditors of the Estate of Arthur
,' expect to engage in business in Deceased. RESIDENCE OR ROCKY HILL TOW. jiaton. deceased are hereby notifi<> Live Oak Florida and our address is To All Creditors and Persons Having ERMAN'S RESIDENCE TO BE OPENED and required to file any claims or demand -
Live Oak. Florida. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: MARCH 29. 1963". and delivered which they may have against tarn
The extent of ownership is entire. You and each of you are hereby notified through the mail or otherwise to the estate in the office of tbe County Judge:
John A. Chambliss and required to present any claims address above. of itawannee County. Florida in the
Wanda B. Chambliss and demands which you or either of The Florida Board of Forestry reserves 3o rt House at Live Oak. Florida. wIthin -
1H Dated this 15th day of March A.D. you may have against the estate of the right to waive informaKtie six (6) calendar months from the
1963. Irwin D. Terry deceased late of said on any bid to reject any or all bids in date of the first publication of this TK'-
John A. Chambliss County to the County Judge of Sn whole or part with or without cause ice. Each claim or demand must b<*
Wanda B. Chambliss wannee County Florida at his officein and/or to accept the bid that in its filed in duplicate to writing and must
45-48 the court house of said County at judgment will be for the best interestof state the place of residence and p",-
--- Live Oak Florida within six calendar the State of Florida. office address of the claimant and mu Tbe
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT months from the time of the first publication FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE sworn to>> by>> the claimant hi. agcmor :
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY of this notice. Each claim or B. C. LEYNES, FISCAL AGENT his attorney, or it will become s n..it i
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN demand shall be in writing. and shall 44-45 according" to law.
RE: The Estate of tate the place of residence and post a/ FRANK LINTON
FLOSSIE C. MIZELL office address of the claimant. and shall IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Executor
Deceased. be sworn to by the claimant, agent or THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 42-4S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS attorney. and any such claim or demand FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN
All creditors of the Estate of Flossie not so filed shall be void. NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
I C. Much deceased are hereby notified Callie P. Terry SUIT TO QUIET TITLE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
and required to file any elaim or demand Administratrix of the Estate of GEORGE V. MCCARTHY and DOROTHY SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
which they may have against saidtttate Irwin D. Terry deceased E. MCCARTHY hie' wife: RE: Adoption ofBEIDNALD
in the Office of the County i. .4'l RAYMOND ELDRED and his wife. GEORGE OLEASON hv
fudge of Suwanflw County, Flerte, In AGNES A. ELDRED. LAURENCE G. MneMANUS ar "I
0 the Court House at Live Oak] Florida, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Plaintiffs, HELEN Jd )lANUB. his wife.
within six U) calendar months from THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND ".. NOTICETO
the date of the first publication of this FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FLOR-. A. GOLDSTEIN et aL, : MARY GLEASON Address V- -
totice. Each claim or demand must be IDA. IN CHANCERY.SUIT Defendants. known:
filed in duplicate in writing and must TO QUIET TITLE NOTICE TO DEFENDIN Yen are hereby notified that a petition -
NEW v.a state the place of residence and post I ZINNIE GAMBLE and her husband. THE NAME OF fw adoption ha been filed to sdrt'
_-.. office address of the claimant and must FRED GAMBLE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Reginald George Glenaon and that a
r COSTS ONLY be sworn to by the claimant his agent. Plaintiffs. TO: Each of the following named Defendants hearing will be held in the office of (.It-
& 5105 MORE or his attorney, or it will become void "I. : A. 'Goldstein. J. Q. Dickereon nit Judge. Samuel 8. Smith at thr
according to law. J. I. KIRKLAND et &1.. Victor H. Knight Monroe C. Courthouse in Lake City Florida on < r
THAN THE SRobert W. Cannon Defendants. Gaithre John A. Graham and O. O. before the 30th day of March. 1863. If
CLASSICSAnnouncing Executor NOTICE TO DEFENDIN Carter. and all persons. individuate yon fail to do so judgement by defat.,'
45-48 THE NAME OF corporate or partnership their respective will be taken against you for the reiirf
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: unknown spouses, living or dead, demanded in the Complaint.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT TO: Each of the following named Defendants and all natural Defendants whose DONE and ORDERED at Live Oak
i2 IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY : Eliza Suggs. J. I. Kirkland names are not known to the Plaintiffs Florida this ttmt any ., February. 193LAVAUGHN
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN J. D. Evans Viley A. Hart, V. A. their unknown corporate Defendants, A. SESSIONS
RE: The Estate of Hart, Vilo Hart. Leo Hart, W. R. partnerships, trustees creditors or Clerk of ClrenH Conrt
THOMAS H. RADFORD. :Mosley and Audrey W. Mosley his otherwise. whose names are not 811w..... County, Florida
Deceased. wife, Elsie B. Herndon R. W. file- known to the Plaintiffs or any persons (SEAL)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS maker and all persons individuals claiming b,. through under or By: GeraUta M. Gamble
___ All creditors of the Estate of Thomas corporate or partnership their re- against them, and any persons par Dtnwty Cleft
H. Radford. deceased are hereby noti- epeetive unknown spouses, living or ties corporate or individuals who may G. A. BUIE JR.
fied and required to file any eltjm or dead their unknown heirs at law. claim any right title or interest to CvhMnUa Connty Conrthons
demand which they may have against living or dead. and all natural Defendants the lands described herein: Lake Qty, FtorMn
said estate in the Office of the County whose names are not known Yon and each of :you are hereby notified Attorney for Petitioners
L Judge of Suwannee County, Florida, in to the Plaintiffs their unknown corporate that a. suit in 10. equity baa. been. 42-45
the Court House at Live Oak Florida Defendants partnerships trustees Drought against you Jt>y George V. McCarthy ::
within six (6) calendar month from creditors or otherwise whose and Dorothy E. McCarthy his IN THE COUNTY JoU GE'S COURT
the date of the first publication of this names are not known to the Plain- wife; Raymond Eldred and his wife, IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
Rambler Classic V-8 notice. Each claim or demand must be tiffs or any persons claiming by, Agnes A. Eldred. in the Circuit Courtof FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
in duplicate. in writing. and must state through, under or against them and the Third Judicial Circuit of FlorIda RE: The Estate of
parties corporate or Individuals ; in and for Suwannee County. Florida -
the place of residence and post office any persons E. W. TRUSBELL
performance and high economy address of the claimant and must be who may claim any right, and you are hereby summonsed D.cssL
sworn to by the claimant his agent or title or interest to the lands described ordered and required to file your written NOTICE TO' CREDITORSAll
his attorney. or it will become void according herein: answer or" defenses to the Complaintfiled creditors ., the Estate of E. W
to law.S You and each of yon are hereby notified herein against yon in said cause. Trussell. dee ae4, are hereby notified
"Car of the Year" now offers 198 HP V-8 / Charles Winston Radford that a suit in equity has been in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit aDd required to file any claims or demands -
Zinnie Gamble Court, in and for Suwannee County
SThomas H. Redford Jr. brought against you by which tfcey may nave against
running mate to famed Classic 6. SGeorge H. DaleExecutors and her husband, Fred Gamble in the Florida, at the Courthouse in Live Oak. said estate in the Office ., the County
Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit i Florida on or before the 5th day of Jndge of Snwanne Connty. Florida ir.
Try this for a surprise package. A brand-new V-8. 45-48 of Florida in and for Suwannee April. A. D. 1963. and serve a copy of the Court Honso at Live Oak. Florida.
County Florida, and you are hereby said answer or" defense upon W. J. Win- within six (f) calendar months from
... Economy the Rambler tradition. Responsive per- NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO summonsed, ordered and required to burn Jr." Attorney for Plaintiffs P. O the date of the first publication of this.i
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No- file your written answer or defenses to Box 339. Live Oak Florida on or" before notice. Each claim or demand must b*'
formance. Price? $76 to $195 less than comparableSixes lice It hereby given of intention to apply the Complaint filed herein against you said date. as required by the Lawsof tiled in duplicate, in writing, and uurt
sellers. to the 1963 Session of the Florida in said cause in the office cf the Clerk the State of Florida. If you fail to do state the place of reoMeneo aDd post
of best
the two Legislature for passage of an act relating of the Circuit Court in and for Snwan so a decree pro eonfesso will be entered office address of tfc* claimant and mut*
-- of research American Motorswas to email claims court in Snwannee nee County Florida at the Courthouse against you for the relief demanded N sworn to br tile claimant, kW agen
: Through years County amending section 7 of chapter in Live Oak Florida oa or before the in the Complaint. or his attorney, or it win become ;1I,1
Adrsnctd Unit Construction creates new convinced that a high-economy V-8 could be 26862. ;1951 as amended by chapter 57- 5th day of April, A. D. 1163 and servea The nature of said suit is to establish according to law.
solidity, replaces many small parts. 724 Laws of Florida providing changes copy of tbe said answer or defense I title to the following desm"bedIud a/ ." B. TrussellEaocntrix
perfected. Today the Classic V-8 is tested, proved in fees for filing; providing effective upon W. J. Winburn Jr.. Attorney for I in the Plaintiffs to quiet title and
---0 Plaintiffs. P. O. Box 339. Live Oak to remove clouds therefrom as set forth! 42-45
'.; 0 _ and ready for you, at your Rambler dealer. You date.44-47 Florida on or before aid date as required in Aid Complaint, enjoin and restrainyou
by the Laws of the State of and anyone from asserting any IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
1 get balanced performance plus high economy- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida. If you fail to do so. a decree right title interest claim or demand, IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
the Best of Both. And many other "bests" you THIRD JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF :pro eonfesso win be entered against you in and to said lands, or every part or FLORIDA. Vt PROBATE.
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN- I for the relief demanded in the Com parcel thereof. and from prosecuting IN RE: Estate of
never heard of before in any car priced so low! NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY plaint. or attempting to prosecute any suit Inequity T. P. PARKER,
DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF The nature of said suit is to establish or action at law. to obtain possession Dseeu .
title to the following described of title to the following described Notice Of FBikg Petition ForFleal
tiSRambler's CAROLYN j. BALDB.EE.P1&iDtiff land, in the Plaintiff to quiet title real estate all lying and being situated DiacKargo.
Rambler and to remove clouds therefrom as aet'forth in Suwannee County. Florida, toWItlr TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
vs.XINEPflAED. Notice fa fccreny given that I have
and restrain -
fa eaid Complaint, enjoin
New Classic V-8 delivers V-8 WINNER OF MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE AWARD BALDREE, and from asserting % of the NE% ; SH, of the filed final reSorts as AdnnanrU-ator oi
Defendant periormance.-iamousRamblereconomy. "CAR OF THE YBAB"oms TO xm bud Baldree Adel. Georgia.You any right title interest, claim orde- of the SW% *, sudan of the W% of that I have fRed my petition for final
are hereby notified that a Complaint rnandta sad 'to said )lands or every the SW4 lying: and befog Northof discharge and will apply te th* Honorable
for fe Divorce and Other Relief part or parcel; thereof, and from prOsecuting the Lake City and Finemoant: R ec. Brown Connty judge. on April .
has been filed in the above named Court. or attempting to prosecute any obtain Road m Section 1, Township 4 'th, 1913. for atproval of the final
and yon are required to serve a copy suit in equity or action to at, hwo following Sonta. Kaae 14 Ea !. returns aid for flnnt discharge M Ad-
of your Answer or PteUMg td the Complaint possession of title The and be- The name of the Court in which said inlstrator of the Xctate of T. P. Park-
I MOTORS 500 W. Howard St. upon the Plaintiff Attorney described real estate all lying FwrIda. suit hM been JIiaUtvte1 Is the Circuit ft'. d.eeeae&
BROWN Win. Randall CatgHtct P. O. Box 808 in* situated in Svwaanee Court of tae Third Jodletal Circuit: lit
Live Oak Florida aad fie tfco Original toWittJiTWesi tfc- :East and for..Suwaimce.Cctnty, Florida, sad Asof A- 6U.*. estate
in the office_oftW auk "f UtA"Cit- Half-jfWttVjP'ast Quarter, th* abbreviated till* to s.4 an.. U T. ; ......
suit Court Sawanneo County Florida Hatt- (Bin) of South 4 George V. McCarthy sad Dorothy 1:. 4 aPAGE -44<<
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