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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963 L 78, NO. 46


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A : Suwannee Band Enthusiasm To Decide Success



: Judged Superior Of Promotion Project, Speaker SaysThe


y Suwannee County Livestock Promotion Programgot

1 At District ContestThe into motion Tuesday evening propelled by a maesive

dose of enthusiasm injected into half a thousand county

Suwannee High School businessmen, farmers and citizens interested in seeing
Band the Stage Band, six soloists, '
this county grow.Resurfacing .
and two ensembles made straight
toW the
Dr. Frank Goodwin
ratings at the District
superior group that with enttrasteam, the
w : Band and Orchestra Contest held Project livestock promotion goal couM be
in Starke on Saturday.The .
band scored superior rat- Nears Completion reached in three years.
"You have a relatively sfeapfe
ings, from each of the three contest The five and one-half mile here" the marketing
program
d
Lw i. judges. The band was judged paving project currently under professor at the University of

',.. superior in sight-reading and way on the Mayo Road will be Florida said. "Take an improvement -
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marching events. completed today (Thursday), if of 15 per cent a year and
..orncI All of the soloists were judged the good weather holds, a you have accomplished your
., superior.They were Mosely Green spokesman said Tuesday.The he said.Goodwin .
.. .. goal
\ oboe; Mary Kay Grant bassoon; has been
paving project
declared that the average -
.r M .: :,, iL.d' :: Gary Grant, trumpet; Frank under construction since early farmer today is raising WO)

k \ .,' Howes piano; Candy Hampton, last week. Approximately 7,500 per cent more corn per acre than
; tenor saxaphone; and Rodney tons of asphalt will be usedon a good farmer raised when he was
Ross, baritone saxaphone.Both the strip of highway.The .
a boy. Today 40 bushels of cent
ensembles made superior State Road Board let the .Der acre Is. lust hut oxeeogA.. ft.

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:7ane Attrition, Ana Fart, &wI'f10mr ; S 'rft-Jb1J: "):r-.tommJ>). I' ?4Qg 4 &1WlCCauztlf
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s a h1t163, the O& {t a.d.l l
Q Avenue-5tayn ,rte" ezr s ?&r1f II << s
ThE! Brass Qtute6 included }ntersecton. Florida Construction I
you right here to this room do
Russell Stapelton, trumpet; I Company that is doing the when you leave here. If every

(Left to right) George ( award looks on. (Top right) Kartell Charles Peadon, trumpet; Janet work is a division of Mackas- person in this room left here tonight -
Broughton, French horn; and
Bank, poses with the boys Mrs. John Schmutz, John Schmutz, Paul Chauncey trombone.The phalt. enthusiastic you will reach
The project was needed to
Wally Edwards, chapter (Lower right) David Brengle State Stage Band made straight repair damage to State Highway your goal.

George McKnight. (Lower ) Chastain, chapter sweetheart. superior ratings for both of their 51 caused by the freeze Money Changes Hands
} Co. presents Star Chapter numbers. The Clarinet Quartet damage sustained by the stripin The speaker asserted that this
composed of Marjorie Dees Carol $10 million livestock income will
January. Cost of the projectis
Turner Betty Henderson and be spent in Suwannee County
$59,795.CarTrain.
Renee Preston made an excellent many times. The farmers will get
F. Williams
TH/NKIN9 rating. the money they will come to town
,
Grant received excel- Crash and buy goods from local mer-
Gary an !
s QJ OUT LOUD i lent rating in student conducting. chants, the merchants will expand

-- All of these students and groups their businesses, buy cars, and
WIth Louie C. Wadsworth V who made superior ratings in this Kills County Man, other products, and the money will
district contest will participate in change hands until it leaves the
Livestock forestry. the state-wide North State Band AnotherA county. But it will return with
c : 'ManyTocal'-citizens 'share Notes" riSis*Facing and Orchestra Contest on May Injures interest come the next harvest, he

belief expressed in this 3-4-5 in Ft. Walton. tragic car-train crash at noted.
many times that livestock Only three bands made superior the Scriven Street crossing at "The biggest thing in life fc
forestry will play a School System ratings across the board. They 8:25 Monday morning killeda whether you're" an optimist or apes.simJst
part in the development and were Suwannee High Class "B"; Goodwin emphasised.
ture of this area of Florida. Suwannee County school system Gainesville High, Class "A"; and 76-year-old: Live Oak resi- "Are you going to look for the

"pansion of livestock coupled year's session of the legislature,. Bunnell High Class "C". dent and hospitalized an- beautiful things of life, or are you
other agriculture of the Everette Williamson told the Ki- Chaperones for the district trip other. going to look for life's pitfalls
solid were Mrs. Leon Wooley Mrs. Bethel E. Bellamy a salesmanfor and despondency.
will give this area a March 20.
and utilize fully the natural Arnold Brim, Mrs. A. Ross Jr., Puco Chemical Company was "You've got a pitifully easy
said that if the 75-25 :Minimum
sets possessed here.,Forestry is 8)"r; Mrs. John Hampton and Mrs. thrown out of the spinning auto- task in this project if you are en-
where we can get, Williamson Niels H. Brorsen. mobile. He died at the Suwannee thusiastic. And you don't have
of this Agribusiness
other part "
are hearing more and more i : asserted. "And without this state County Hospital approximately 15 to beg Washington Tallahassee,
of : money, Suwannee County cannotrun minutes after his arrival.H. or anybody else you can do it
and surely the complex "
must be coupled con- any kind of a school system. Youths Bound Over D. Allen, who was riding in yourselves, unless you're soared
ing today
25 per He said, however that if the the vehicle with Bellamy received Goodwin charged.
business of the soundest is term type. from proposal passes to freeze county To Columbia CourtsThe multiple injuries. The extentof The hush that permeated the
Agribusiness a
participation at 25 per cent then two teen age boys from his condition has not yet been : crowd attending the quarterly
should begin to for it best
use Suwannee County will need $13- Lake City arrested for a series determined. meeting of the Chamber of Commerce -
presses what the land will the 500 less than it put up last year. of breaking and enterings of Police Chief Elwood Howard was so profound that the

to this area. The better creep The superintendent said he felt local businesses last week were said the two men were en route I slight hum of the speaker's microphone -
r we have in the operation of bien- the legislature would pass the bound over to juvenile authorities to the chemical company when I was audible. Then 500
farm land the greater will be re- measure but he added that he in Columbia County, Coun- the collision occurred. Bellamy people broke into a etamorow

return we enjoy. about was led to believe the proposal ty Judge Reece Brown said. was driving his 1962 Buick northon round of applause.

get the would pass at the last session andit Brown held a hearing on the Scriven Street: Seaboard's. After a moment Goodwin con
Two programs will do much did not.Williamson. case Wednesday, March 20, in "Gulf Wind" was traveling east tinued.
focus attention on that pointed out that the which the juvenile counselorand through the city. "In your project, you're going>
County as we enter what can of the school millage on property had parents of one of the boys Eye Witness to find that you have four eaaH
new era of agriculture.The to reached its constitutional limit, were present. Sheriff Hugh Lewis said the of passengers," he said.
livestock promotion the and the schools are forced to get The Judge said this action is six-car passenger train's speed He told a story relating to the
gram of the Suwannee put along as best they can under a I customary when dealing with was estimated at between 35-40 early American locomotives. When

Chamber of Commerce which the (No. 4 Continued on Page 8)) cases involving juveniles. (No.5 Continued on Pare 8)) (No. 7 Continued on Page 8)) .
officially launched at a

here Tuesday night is Suwan-

favorable comment to our BranfordSpeaker FFA Holds Homecoming Iconvention
for we are attempting to take I in the
asset of nature and expand it
the benefit of all. -
of it will via a continentspanneed for the skill and talent of I
By developing plan Predicts
1 know
years duration, sponsors of ning television network. young men in the future of agribusiness Suggs Wins Star
foresaw that to Sims pointed out that the on- the productive proces-
program
maximum results would take Rapid Change rush of technology in all fields save and distributive segments of Award Koon
Livestock of the type desired of endeavor has created an urgent (No. 6 Continued on Pare 8) ,

can not be produced In
in one year. To attain ; AgricultureThe Branford FFA Award Winners Named Greenhand
goals will take constant work
of agricul-
a long span. progress Homecoming and an arrayof
The enthusiasm shown at ture will be accentuated by former members set the

day's meeting indicates the rapid change and a demandfor pace at the Branford FFA

ple of this county think well in more and better educa- Chapter's annual banquet

the program for farmers Thom- tion in the years ahead, LeonA. held at the Branford School
,business men were united in rt costs Sims declared at the an- Friday night

feeling this program could tack- nual banquet of the Bran- Principal A. Perry Geiger introduced -
to Suwannee County a which ford FFA Chapter Friday.The guests and requested
industry of great magnitude.With .
assistant teacher-trainer 7 former members present to rise
Florida's population here of agricultural education at the and impart words of wisdom to
ing daily the demand for those University of Florida told the the current members of the chap
beef and pork is certain to ( group that "the times demand
crease not diminish. Some charg- be student". ter.What
that each of us a followed was an amusing
of this nation will provide The total knowledge of the world parade of wit humor and wisdom
meat products demanded. $50 and doubled in the decade of the that provoked both laughter and
er It will be this area of in City 1950s and it will double again In thought. Most of these men who
western section of the while t
the
the 1960s he said.. are successful farmers in the
depends to some degree on Turning back the pages of Branford area attributed much of
well we follow thru on the ap- time, Sims noted that the march their success to the training they
motion now underway.On plead of knowledge has been swift. received while members of the

drunk- Sixty years ago FFA had not FFA.
April 11. Suwannee $15 been founded, he said. People Star Chapter ,Farmer
will again be in the limelight were not bothered by autos jets Harmon W. Suggs received tfee

the Forestry Day Program and rock-and-roll and stereophonic highest award given to a chapter.
duled for this county on that Phil-
sound. Canaveral justan
Cape was member, the Star Chapter Farmer -
will attract many financial insignificant fishing village. Award presented by Clarence
ness and governmental guil Then in 1929 statistic-filled .
and (From left) Harmon W. Ssvfs,winner of the Star Chapter Farmer owner of Ratttff Motor
here.That was broadcasts from radio became discernable Company of Live Oak. For many
a site in Suwannee 15 days set of Award, poses with. Hoyt Boon winner of the Star GreenhandAward
over a earphones.And years Ratliff has given the recipient -
was selected by the Seaboard : Smith In 1952 the nation watchedits and David Allen chapter president. Allen received the of this award a geM watch

(No. 1 Continued on Page ) ( &' 8)) first presidential nominating leadership trophy. (No. 8 Continued oa Pace 8))











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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963

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THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Lookout Everybody FLORIDA'SFarm apitalliiewsletterBy


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
'fn The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" PROPPED ScMETHiMsW YSAID'1bUR Congressman Don. Fuqua
Bon s.a.tP.. WHEN silos VNT1EP,'
BANNER Consolidated LEADER L \ ,
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siaWisfcttJ 1834 August 12887 istablL had LB86 Loati
Published Every Thursday At: Pine And Conner Street: APRIL Y ALL Va-lED WE *LL VtlLED Grateful To You we hare one of the centers cf
FOOL--- J APRIL! F S L, FrontBy is the first issue of what space exploration for the world.I .
Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher will be a twice monthly feel that as time nwves ahead,

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor )JMA6WE E NF11t'UR to the people of our dis we will find Florida playing an

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor FALL IN6 PER *rH SHIRT TAILS the outset I want to ex- ever increasing role in this vital

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager WE puu.ED OLD WALLETAPWLFOOII j OUT... deep and humble ap- program and am grateful for the
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida AGOOD TRICK- APRIL FOOL,) Dole ConnerThe E. to the fine people in opportunity to serve on this very

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 FOOL JOKE onf new Ninth Congression- important committee of the Con

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 number of fares In the of for serving, allowing them me in this the gress.MH-30 Tobacco ControversyEven

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS __ Payable In Advance S. Is continuing to decline.In of the United States. before officially taking office -

1961 the total was 13-counties are similar in I have been working for and
Florida Press Association /m i In 1962 the number had respects. Our economy is with our tobacco farmers in our ,
/SUWANNEE i ] 3,688,000. This year is an agricultural one bol- fight to allow the continued use of
1 @ MEMBER OF { COUNTY to see a further shrinkage to with the honor of having MH-30 in growing flue-cured to-
SUWANNEE COUNTY VCHAMBE* i 580,000. Capital City and hav- I bacco. In our district we have
COMMERCE However the total : outstanding educational I the heart of Florida's flue-cured
Chamber of Commerce farming is down only I' of higher learning.I I tobacco industry.
m The trend toward fewer times I solicit your coun- : MH-30 is a chemical which con.
the result of farmers advice for I truly want' trols the growth of suckers on tobacco -
t their holdings.In our people. My every plants and without its use.
Big Figures Face Legislature the meantime, the will be based on that which suckers must be removed from the

of farmers and farm :; serve our country and plants by hand. This is enormously -
Florida legislators who recently settled a bitter reapportionment -
r. continuing to decline. and I shall ever be expensive and we do not
squabble will soon find themselves juggling to estimates of the U. S. that it is you the people have the labor to do this work
state funds by the hundred millions when they con- ment of Labor, the total given me this opportun- during the short tobacco growing

, vene in regular session just four days from now. ed with 1960 will be down serve. I pray that I shall season. All available labor is utilized
Speculation is this session of the legislature will bear 22 per cent by 1970 at 4.2 you in that trust. in the other operations of

the fruit of higher taxes, new state borrowing, or both Our Newsletter tobacco curing, which is still
Malcomb B. Johnson, executive editor of the Tallahassee It Happened In One of the nation's our desire that this news- largely a hand-to-hand industry

Democrat, in a recent editorial gave a thumb nail sketchof scientists has suggested to inform the people Since last December we have
the problems that might arise over the Cabinet Budget astonishing developments in district of the activities of been working with our people to
Commission's budget recommendations.The Suwannee County future for agriculture.Dr. and the work we are prevent the Department of Agri-
Glen T. Seaborg, Through this medium, we culture from assessing penaltieson
Commission advised the Legislature to
appro- of the Atomic Energy to give our impres- tobacco grown with MH-30, for
priate $860 million from the General Revenue Fund for sion, said recently biologists the work and activities we are convinced that the evidence -
I operation of agencies, institutions and services during the learn how to create new national government as presented thus far would

next two years. 'Lh4'S 1923 -1938 1953 and animal species to our people, to present not warrant such action. Properly -
"The $860 million," Johnson points out, "is $191 mil- food at a much higher rate and report upon our used, MH-30 helps grow better
lion less than the various agencies requested for salaries efficiency than now possible. tobacco. While we have a problem -
and expenses. That looks like a big cut below wants, and it From The Files Of The Instead of obtaining meat most anxious that any of poor quality tobacco being
has brought howls of protest. :Most agencies and institu- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT livestock for which feed interested in receiving this grown in this nation, there are
must be raised Seaborg be included on our many factors involved and to
tions already are lobbying legislators for 'restoration of
Agro-genetic engineers of the list. If you have friends penalize the chemical as the i1
cuts.! However
: ture may develop new of your family that prime source would be unfair and
"The. $860 million approved also is $109 million Forty Years Ago - 1923 life to convert sunlight and like to receive these twice unwarranted.Last .

MORE than the same agencies, institutions and services Forty years ago the Suwannee "Mr. Sutton and Mr. Tedder bon dioxide more directly reports I would be most week I met with Secretary
will have ,spent by the end of this biennium. It provides Democrat received some bazaar have a good sized saw mill on Mr. milk and meat. to you if you would send o| Agriculture Orville Freeman1,

funds for accomodating more wards of the State, operatingnew news columns about the events Harvey Ekle's, place, which is doing Closer at hand, however, is names and addresses. along with Congressmen and Sen-
institutions now being built, and enough money for occurring in surrounding com- splendid work and has been progress being made in Assignment ators from the tobacco producing
most agencies and institutions to give pay raises averaging munities. We think you will enjoy for quite a while; Mr. G. D. Lions the time a housewife has to 7)C my feeling that the actions states, and presented our case I
ti 7 Per cent next year and 3 per cent the second year of the reading through portions of also has a splendid little saw mill preparing food for her family.Dr. in the next few years was pleased two days later when
biennium. these extinct columns quoted ver on his place; some are 'hardwooding' Edward A, Nebesky, the distiny of man. One the Department issued its final

"The $860 million approved also is $20 to $40 million batum from their original publi- too, so a person can get University extension most important areas of decision that no penalties wouldbe
cation. food science and marketing, will be that of space assessed against MH-30 grown
most any kind of work in our set-
MORE than State ,financial analysts expect the State to tlement. gests that within 5 to 6 exploration and its use for tobacco although there will be

take in from existing taxes during the next biennium. RIXFORD NEWS "Well next Sunday is Easter, homemakers will spend Both are vitally impor- substantial penalties for low qua-

I "Since there will be no appreciable cash balance in "We are having some real fine and we want to have a good time minutes a day preparing food the American people, and lity tobacco. I consider this a ma-
the General Fund at the end of this budget period the spring weather. so let's go to 'Old Beulah' to the a family of 4, compared will be a keynote for many jor accomplishment for our tobacco -
most optimistic view is that the new budget would be at "Mr. and Mrs. Worth Delegal egg hunt next Sunday afternoonat minutes a day at the present to come. farmers.
least $20,000,000 short of balancing if the Legislature took have 'returned from Ft. Lauder- 4 o'clock, and there will be a about 330 minutes daily a is why I was proud to be Five Bills Introduced
the Cabinet recommendations and left the tax system un dale where they were engaged in baptizing at Charles Springs, tion ago. by my colleagues to the I have introduced five bills in
changed. truck farming. We are glad to Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Everybody Nebesky predicts foods of Science and Astronau- the 88th Congress which I be-
have them in our midst again. invited to go." future will include breakfast which deals with lieve to be important to our peo-
deficit in bud-
F "Now, a $20,000,000 an $860,000,000 als with fresh not only for
"Rev. F. F. Law has returned packaged projects ple. Among these are:
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get isn't much to fret over. Without doing anyone much from Vero, where he attended a strawberries and pancakes of outer space but Prayer In the Public Schools. -
,' harm, the Legislature could trim it, or leave it to the Cab- big meeting. He filled his regular CENTRAL GLEANINGS"The "built-in" sausages all made development of space This bill would provide for an

inet to make ends meet as situations develop over the new appointment at Zion Hope people of this section are sible with meats, fruits, and for our defense. This amendment to the Constitutionto
two years. But, wait! Don't glow yet! There are more Church, Sunday. There will be a most through planting their crops. foods preserved by new also deals with the permit the reading of the Bible
howevers: preaching at-New Hope Church. "Quite a number of people of drying methods. agencies such as the Na- and prayer in our public schools.
"In addition to the $860 million approved for opera- first Sunday morning and Sun- this community attended the sing Science Foundation, most This nation has been.blessed for
tions, the Cabinet has recommended appropriation of $22- day night. at the home of Mr. Hammons, Chemurgic Digest reports a our high schools and uni- its faith in God, our coins and
000,000 for construction of new buildings, mostly at the "Mr. and Mrs. Berry Blanton 'Saturday night. "tanning" process has put and a host of scientific currency bear the legend "In God
were the dinner guests of Mr. and "Misses Gladys and Agnes lowly chicken feather in a programs. We Trust" I believe our children
s penal custodial and health institutions. That puts the total
Mrs. C. A. Johnson, Saturday." Draughtry spent the week end at with domestic duck and is vital to Florida for in need this emphasis upon the spiri-
budget at $882 million, and the minimum anticipated deficit the home of their father, Mr. G. down for buoyancy at Cape Canaveral (No. 2 Continued on Page 7))

at $42 million. BEULAH NEWS E. Draughtry. They have been attending washability, and warmth.
"What's more : "We have a very busy little the normal school at Mc- The new process, heading
.1 1'. Although there's about $14 million additional in settlement now. Those that are Alpin. commercial production, was

the budget to take care of growing enrollment at the public farming have planted most all "Miss Ema Holcomb spent the veloped at the request of the

schools, there's nothing at all provided for a school their crops, and they are having night with Miss Hilda Carver, Quartermaster Corps

t teacher's pay raise, nor to guarantee that the State will some nice weather. Saturday night." the Army's need for large '

put up 75 cents for every 25 cents supplied by the countiesfor tities of down for arctic I

public schools. The Florida Education Assn. has just I Ticenty-Five Years Ago - -_ 1938M. bags.The tanned chicken -' -'

put in a bid for $176 million worth of those things over J. Henderson, MD., has located eph P. C. Johnson who resignedto are said to stay curled and %

the next two ,years (but it probably will settle for much at Live Oak with offices in accept a pastorate in Connec- lock with each other for a .
less). the Stephen Foster Hotel. He occupies ticut. ent body of stuffing that Poison Your Children
dime in that $822 million total bud- the office adjoining the
2. There's not a its shape within a pillow or major advances in medi-
This week
is National Poison
get for construction of buildings at new or existing juniorS hotel lobby.J. Word has been received here ing bag even when washed. I
Prevention and
recent years have not been Week it Is timelyto
colleges and universities. The universities want $136 million from Senator Claude Pepper that addition the processed
I Lee Smith district at least serious draw- point out that each year ap-
agricul-
dollars worth of buildings. The junior colleges want the WPA street improvement are vermin proof, dustless, one prixamtely 500 children under five
tural agent from Gainesville
project calling for paving of less and non-allergenic.
$58 million worth. years of age die as a result of accidental -
spoke briefly to the Kiwanis Club
streets adjacent to the tobacco Supplies of duck down were
fork "wonder drugs" are de-
3. There is nothing at all in the Cabinet's budget last Friday, prior to the regular warehouses here has been approved off when embargoes stopped poisoning. The Public
expanding the State Park system, and there is a heavy portion of the program, which by the comptroller general. with major sources in Red through research, and Health Service reports that another -
movement up for making at least a start on a long range was in observance of Wildlife in a competitive market 500,000 children are invol-

$50,000,000 park and recreational area development. Restoration Week. Roy Hunter of the Home Phar- Visitors to the U. S. containers each ved in such accidents each year.
becomes more and The vast of these
majority accidents -
"There are other wants, too strongly backed from macy has announced the purchaseof of Agriculture in Washington minor pharmacy. are laid to carelessnessor
inside government and outside. Altogether, they could County Agent S. C. Kierce a new, "streamlined" soda spring will see an unusual not uncommon to open the ignorance on the part of the
raise the General Appropriations Bill from $822 mil: had stated here Monday that the WPA fountain which is being installedin bit. It will feature the cabinet in the average user. Such practices as improper
made
to
furn-
lion to high $1,300,000,000 and the arrangements his store. careers available in farming to find
some figure as as ish poison for treating Sea Island a glittering array storage of products, particularly
{ deficit up to somewhere near $200 million a year if we cotton against boll weevils again Mr. Hunter explained that the related work in science and phials, tubes and po I where they are In sight and reachof
tried to undertake the whole thing. this year. design is employed to enhance the dustry that farming makes all descriptions.I I a small child; improper handling -
beauty of the fountain and is
"A tax increase of $200 million a year is just about the a sible. one serious drawback men ,such as pouring liquid bleach
1 maximum the State could raise if it used every tax source Charlie Huffman announced for great spotless advantage cleanliness in preserving customers like the To be on display from above is the danger in mis- I turpentine or like substances, into -
through May 15 in the and misuse of these ,
cups glasses, milk bottles. soft
R available to it under the Constitution including a levyof the office of Mayor of the City to see at the soda fountain. patio the exhibition is and medicines, particularly I drink bottles eta.
; and Improper
the three cent sales tax across the board to cover of Live Oak Thursday morningand
per (No. 1 Continued on Page ) children are concerned. I discarding of toxic products in
groceries and medicine. stated he expected to wagean Firemen answered a call to the waste containers
accessible to
isn't active campaign for the high home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cun-
The Legislature
"That's out of the question. children and
pets, account for far
city ofifce. Ten Years
diff on Houston Street last Fri- Ago - 1953
about to vote that much in' new taxes. The people would too many serious accidents and
yell. One group, calculating a State spending increase of day afternoon. An electrical appliance Chickens hogs, timber, cucumbers Randy Mal, founder of the Su- even deaths.
Regular services will
begin here
was afire and was soon peppers tourism .and the wannee Little
237 County Theatre i The Floridan this week
3300 cent while population has only per joins
grown
per Sunday at the Advent Christian put out without much damage.A Florida Folk Festival came in for turned the rains of directing the I pharmacists of Marfemna
and
in the 30 is starting a campaign againstany Church.
cent past years,
fire Wednesday morning extensive discussion at the second group's next production over to through-out the in
i country
increase at all. Rev. Burr A. Bixler has accepted called the department to a Negro quarterly meeting of the Cham- Mrs. B. W. Helvenston m, last each householder to take urging the-
"Also Governor Bryant is committed against a gene- the call of the church and de- dwelling just back of the Negro ber of Commerce Tuesday night. week. following minimal precautions.
ral sales tax and would be expected to veto it. (Some even clal:'d he expected all membersto College. The shingle roof was Keep household products and

will argue he committed himself against any tax increaseat be on hand for the opening ablaze around a chimney. The fire The City Commission in a Fred J. Green has been named medicines out of reach and out
all.) service. The local group named was quickly extinguished by fire- meeting here Friday night awarded to the Board of Directors of the of sight of children, preferably in
Rev. Bixler to replace Rev. Jos- men with little damage. the contract to enlarge the fire I Suwannee County Chamber of
Yet the push for a big part of those new university a locked cabinet or closet.
station to Niels H. Brorsen Con- Commerce it was announced at Store medidnea
and Governor
tp buildings seems almost overwhelming, Bryant separately from
t is behind it. He also is out front for a start on the long "But, it seems, neither the junior colleges nor the The struction bid Company of Live Oak. the chamber's. quarterly meeting other' household products and
was $2,556. Tuesday.Lt.
range park and recreation program. For these things, the universities are going to be able to make it out of current keep these items jn their original

Governor is willing to borrow. More later. revenues. Bryant wants to borrow for them, and few seem The Bulldogs baseball team I Colonel and Mrs. Louie C. soft-drink containers bottles.Be never. in cups or

"We could pick up perhaps $20,000,000 a year extrain to be objecting, except about method. swamped Mayo Wednesday in I Wadsworth left Thursday morn- sure that all products are
sales taxes tiy raising the rate on automobile purchases "But to borrow, the Legislature will have to make their opening game of the sea- Ing for West Palm Beach to attend properly labelled and read the

j from one per cent to.the three per cent borne by other some tax money available to make payments on the loans. son 31-5. Coach Ralph Blount the 51st annual conferenceof label before using..

sales, and 1963 might be the year for it. Somewhere, a figure of $6,000,000 a year has been reported said he used his first team for the National Guard Officers' Always turn the light on when
"This could almost balance the budget at $882,000000 ,- as the amount it will take to pay off university only the first three innings. Association of Florida. giving or taking medicine to be

without doing anything for the school teachers or for building debts. Another couple of million would be re- Colonel Wadsworth is presidentof sure you have the right medicine.

the universities, junior colleges and park capital, outlay quired to meet payments on the money Bryant wants to Miss the Live Mary Oak Dempsey.Pure Oil secretaryof COm- the the state two-day body session and will beginning presideat adults Because, avoid children tend to Imitate
borrow for taking medication in
of
purchase future
programs. park land. pany, presented Walter Boatrightthe Saturday. Major and Mrs. GeorgeH. their presence.
I "The school teachers might have to take pickings "Bryant already is behind a move to add three cents first place award- of $6 for Dale are also expected to attend Refer to medicines by their
from other budget reductions, or tie their hopes to a hard to the tax on each package of cigarettes, with the cities winning the county-wide boys the conference. per names. They are not candies.pro-

fight to remove sales tax exemptions on farm and) com getting all that is collected inside their limits. This would 4-H Club speaking contest. Clean out your medicine cabinet

mercial fishing purchases and raising the tax payment leave about $8,000,000 a year for the State just about Police Chief Perman Foy yesterday I periodically. Get rid of old
limit on heavy industrial machinery. But pickings may be what it would take to make payments on the university Wiley Granthazn of Grantham's announced that Friday was :medicines by flushing them down
all the teachers will get. This may not be their year. and park debts. But the counties have just put in a bid for Chevrolet Company of Live Oak the .deadline for dog owners to the drain, rinsing the container in
elected president of the North
was bring their animals to the :
education particularly 75 per cent of the State's share of tax increase City water and then discarding it.
"This is the year for higher any cigarette Florida Automobile Dealer's As- Hall and have them vaccinated
had their big . Always consult your pharmacist
university buildings. Junior colleges year in sociation which met Tuesday before the crackdown on
dogs
1961, but they still have amalgamated strength enough to "You can juggle the figures from here out yourselfand night at Bernice Warner's camp roaming the city*Without licenses the if there are gmettau about
use or potency of
make another grab. arrive at about as good a prediction as anyone." on the Suwannee River. begins Jackson County a medicine.FtertdanPAGE




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County Ministers9 Column Suiconnee DemocratSubscriptions State Chamber Reports


The I Florida's National Parks, Historic


Pastor's CornerBy o Do 0 -- Here is a list of new subscribersand Areas Have Record Tourist Year

those who have renewed their
The 0- subscriptions to the Suwannee National parks and historic areas in Florida enjoyed
REV. NELSON MELVIN
Pastor, Advent Christian B. Church r 1r Democrat from March 15 to their most popular year in 1962 with 1,241,700i&itors, a
March 22.NEW. record number, the Florida State Chamber of Commercesaid
} One of the great concerns of national life. Several factors merit SUBSCRIPTIONSWm. yesterday.
our time is the brokenness of they our consideration.First .. H. Slocum Edgar SpgsH
"This total", the trade body pointed out in its weekly
church. There are over 250 dif- one must not equate the Mo.
ferent denominations. How can oneness for which Christ prayed Mrs. Mary Alice Tucker, Rt.. business review "is 8 per cent appeal; the forts at St. Augustine -
more than in 1961 and onethirdmore have higher totals
i these divisions be justified in the with organic unity. They may be .1 L. O. summer ;
than in the first and
1957 Fort Caroline's
light of Jesus' prayer, "that they but are not necessarily the same Mrs. H. L. Bell Jr., Jacksonville year pattern reflects -
of a promotion program by the effects of both winter and
j may be one. as we are" found in The merging of two or more denominations :- D Beach
National Park Service known as summer tourism to
John 17:11.Disturbed. may make them into -d Pvt. Winston L. Long Ft. Car- approximatelythe
Mission 66."Everglades. same degree.
one organization but does not son Col.
by the contradictory National Park thenation's .
image of the church great ecu- guarantee that this move will aid O Mrs. Pete Cooper, West Palm only subtropical park,
to the "wholeness" of the church. Beach
menical movements have developed
R had 626,100 visitors last year, a Suwannee
in the last two decades. Sev- Unity and Harmony Mrs. Bertha Berglas Greens- gain of 10 per cent over 1961. Valley
eral denominations have entered Once an old Wesleyan Metho- burg. Ind. About 100.000 overnight stays
into mergers and others are contemplating dist preacher explained the dif- Jerry Pelton. Sun Valley Calif. were registered. Steer Show Rules
Mrs. Lula Holmes. Rt.. L. O.
t the possibility of un- ference between unity and harm- "Castillo de San Marcos at St.
ion in the near future. The World ony with this illustration. Whenhe Lewis Sperring MiamiSUBSCRIPTIONS Augustine the oldest masonry

Council of Churches has provideda was .a lad he and some other RENEWEDE. structure in the nation, had 416.- Group Sets Meet
medium for dialogue where boys took two tomcats, tied their B. Williams Mayo 600 visitors up 8 per cent during
r Christians of different traditions tails together and hung them ov- Archie Starling Rt. L. O. the year. Fort Matanzas, another J. D. Odom. chairman. &>vannft -
}rAD Jr rJ'Jcr O>J ttJiJ11 JJ7l/J t--.( Pl 1D DSDx7JP.) 73P. 2Jr Y1t7 ).2- ff 1S, 'hmi rAStttl <: 'L <{ -rl.. "il "1 t :%c-b& Ytst D irw astetestect

T SAYYt ?a7AS 'th'i81 't'1 tmSIS tip IW' fA I 1. 1: acA <:i1A. ;dce : operate in service to God Jar the i but there sure wasn't any harmony" Tom Wfc&feT, I.*. O. per cent, 1, in.UlmU9.1 Stir Shin
good of mankind. i When Jesus prayed for our Archie C. Coop, Palatka "Port Caroline, near Jacksonville i for Wednesday, Apt. 3, i\. pm. at
r Denominational Differences oneness He was praying for A Captolat Lester, I*. (). registered, the largest gain the Vocational AgrttuSture Department -
The ecumenical I'' don't have to do this for a living, but. I'm O. J. Rose Rt., L. O. of any area 11 per cent, and a in Live Oak.
Roman Catholic too nervous to panhandle." L. A. Starling Rt., L. O. visitor total of 46.100. At Braden- This is an extremely important
sizes this trend Florida Forest Service, L. O. ton the DeSoto Memorial counted meeting where rules for the 1968
among churchmen. not just one. It unity can be accomplished with- Home Demonstration Agent L. 72,800 visitors, up one per cent. show will be adopted.
t deny that that those out compromising truth, this is 0.Donna. Fort Jefferson on Dry Tortugas Each FFA chapter advisor and
ences are not branch were al- excellent but truth must never W. Laird Rt., L. O. Island off Key West had 7,700 county 4-H Club agent in S\ -
s tant on the foreign that they were be sacrificed.The E. T. Horne L. O. visitors only half the 1961 figure wannee Lafayette, Hamilton, Co-
as In the United for the sapara- stand for truth need not Sam Gibbs Jacksonville because of the international situ- lumbia, and Madison Counties
Missionaries tell conflict with the oneness for W. L. Groover, Rt., L. O. ation. should be present and enter the
times these fairly assumed which Christ prayed. I am a mem- Mrs. Mary Jane Watson L. O. "Visitor statistics are to some number of steers their group plans
difficulty of I, that give rise to ber of one of the smaller denomi- Dr. E. B. Daniel, L. O. degree a gauge of tourism. Although to enter In the show. At this
known. Here at are not nations and believe that the distinctive Hillman Goff, Rt., L. O. each area has a year- time If some chapters or clubs
side the church are the church witness of my church to Mrs. O. C. Staats Rt. L. O. round attractiveness seasonal have none, the number can be reallocated -
these staggering by selfishness truth is needed in Chirstendom. Wm. Hubbard Gray, Rt.. L. O. patterns of visitation show that to the remaining groups
ers of the church. it needs to be Without it the church of Jesus Everglades Park and the DeSoto Everyone is requested to makea
layman doesn't church can- Christ would be the poorer. While Memorial have a stronger winter special effort to be present.
is he particularly witness to the love my church Is in harmony with AIRMAN MUST DIET

the complex the great stream of Christendom Holyoke Mass. Overweight YOURS! THIS LIVING CROSS EMBEDDED IN THE SACRED .
and the Airman 1-c Edward Maguire 34,
other factors that it bears witness to two distinc-
that separate the 3221S"I denominations. tive doctrines: the second comingof has until mid-May to shed 32 TtU beloved, glowing mat, embedded la EARTH OF MT. CALVARY!.
rious camps.In church has lost Jesus Christ and the truth that pounds.A pedestal containing the used earth of Mt. ,
view of this cold spiritual there is life only in Him. member of the 57th Air Di- Calvary...where Jesus suffered and died togive \ ]/ >
us the promise of eternal Iicaa: be nun [
vision at Westover Air Force Base,
wholeness one feels In Its unwilling Although small, my church has loan( This(luminous,shimmering white crau
1 to justify burdened and had a significant role in the last Maguire was told last month that a shining symbol ef Jesus. Thousands if you
Christians have one-hundred years in restoringthe I he must reduce his weight to 193 pUgnmagt to ML Calvary for comfort and
to witness to Second Coming message to pounds or face discharge as unfit nearness to Him. The same sacred earth. act now! / \c
stained and cleansed with the precious blood ,
power. To hear the church and today it is widely for military service.He and tears of our Savior can be yours right at Y ou'JI receive an : ,
leaders one proclaimed by all evangelicals. has been flooded with diet your/ui rt>*...always! Because th sacred authentic Urgephotograph from
the brokenness The doctrine of Conditional Immortality suggestions since his plight became cross glows like a living thing you see it at ML Calvary the
night when awake from troubled ..
is the only matter honors Jesus Christ as known. you sleep. sam view as
1 We have always near to comfort you aad yours ia seen by our
t for Saviour. the only source of eternal life. health and sublet Keep a protecting cross dying! Savior. [
blueprints 1 & that they rnlg2zt The &ugust stalest <*? this, warkm together to the spate of in tout eat and'diets: zuu.'au&: atm. Scud .
We for IP lend and or sell I He is over :truth fe one reason for the existence farce, and: doing together at times fw 1QUt cross to&jt: Kjoxite not lI.iut1i : H t't. \ J't. ),r
customer prefers.SEE church. The New of my church. Other denominations what we cannot do alone. Each with ibis glowing crest embedded a sacred (1dNM is _CallI _Csu! I
earth, return it within tea days and your .. .,
,OUR clearly about too have enriched all church sounding its distinctivenote money will be fully refunded. Salajachon/ is I I u ed Onfer..,rr-1 fw $.o0. na i.i I
revival. of us by their unique contribu- adds to the orchestration.It ebsolntdr guaranteed. Send cash, check or I bdeM it I
W. of Truth tions.It is in this relationship that money order (no cad) to: (: rI l:
!} consideration helps me to think of the we raise the refrain of "Onward I .
Hifeier ; j escape thescL church as on orchestra, with its. Christian.( Soldiers". ''TN e. are not CHR157JAN IMPORTS i aocaTS.cccC J
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.'> Statement of Condition as of March 18, 1963 -

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RESOURCES DIRECTORS


j Loans & Discounts $2,920,777.06 "'-

__ FHA Mortgages 105155.55 $3,025,932.61 PC.CRAPPSJR.Chairman

7.----- ALFRED T. AIRTH
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8 Overdrafts 7,506.66.

Bank Building ," !_ j: .',-" 7,850.00 DONALD L. BURCH

Furniture & Fixtures '. ,.... .f 30,992.17
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"The Friendly First" Other Real Estate / ..".' 9,500.00
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Stock Federal Reserve Bank 15,000.00 ROBERT ENGSTROM
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United States Securities '; 2529969.25 OSCAR GREENOFFICERS

Municipal Bonds 313,997.75
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,'. Cash and Due from Banks .;:?'?: :'41 1602054.96! 4,446,021.96 .G. W. HARMONY

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P. C. CRAPPS, JR. J C. L. JOHNS
Chairman of-the-Board $7,542,803.40

DUKE :McCALLISTER
"G. W. HARMONY; -
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President
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Capital Stock $150,000.00 :.: .,
P. C. CRAPPS, IH : ,'. _
Vice-President Surplus 350,000.00 "Ii .

Undivided Profits 21,626.39 .
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Vice-President Reserves: Possible Loan Losses I 10,000.00 ,' ', '

Reserves: Contingencies, Taxes, etc.Deposits 30,156.93 $ 561,783.32 fHonorary .'<.

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Vice-President Directors
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Vice-President .,T. T. SCOTT J -:
$7,542,803.40 >

J. P. WIGGINS E. S. CONNER .

Cashier The Friendly First .


IRENE C. HINGSON

Assistant Cashier CONTINUOUS BANKING SERVICE FOR 61 YEARS



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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK,. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 28, 1963

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Bob Tuttle Is Children's Committee IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I Clerk Circuit Coon. W. Deese and wife. Gladys B. Deese WTTNBS6 ay W4 a. Cleric; .t tM
Bethel E. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
s
Circuit O ,rt ad .
Bellamy FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Suwannee County Florida vs- isis Hill a widow, et. aLIt the seal f MM Court
(SEAL) < V. t. He 4 hereby that this order in Live Oak. 9wa.M Cwnftr, Florid
Hosts District MeetThe RE: The Estate of By Geraldine M.Gamble. Did. and notice shall ordered ee afour on this 11th Oar .f M.tels A. D. 1'6J
Promoted To FRANCES VAUGHN, also known a* 46-49 .week for four s spublished ( VAUGHN A. SESSIONS
76 Of live Oak Suwannee County Com- FRANCES YARN. publications) in The Suwannee Democrat Clerk CM* Crt
mittee of the Florida Children's Notice Of Deeeued Filing Petition For NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATIONTO a newspaper published in Live 3.wast.ve Oaaty Florid
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Oak Suwannee County. Florida and (SEAL)
Lt ColonelOrders Commission hosted the District Final Discharge Notice is hereby given of intention to having a general circulation in Suwan- By Pearl Cannes. D.C.
TO ALL CONCERN
Funeral ServicesFuneral Committee Workshop at the Notice Is WHOM hereby IT given MAY that we hare: apply Legislature to the 1963 Session of the Florida nee County Florida. 4C-4
Elks Club Friday. : filed final return as Executors of the for the passage of aa act.
were issued this week i or acts to amend and supplement, or to Charter N* 6055 Reserve District No. 631
services for Bethel E. The workshop group was welcomed foregoing estate; that we hare filed our amend or supplement the Charter of the REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF UVE OAK IN
announcing the promotion of Bellamy of Live Oak were con- petition for final discharge and will ap- City of Live Oak. Florida, as amended THE STATE OF FLORIDA. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON MARCH 1*. 1963
Mrs
by B. W. Helrenston ply to the Honorable Recce Brown.
i to provide for one or more of the fol. PUBUSHED IN RESPONSE .TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER Of THE
National ducted in the Westwood Baptist m, Suwannee County chair- County Judge on April 29. 1963 at lowing: CURRENCY. UNDER SECTION 5211 U. S. REVISED STATUTES
10.-00 A. M. o'clock for approval of the
Church Wednesday, with the Rev.J. man, who turned the meetingover final returns and for final discharge as 1. To permit the City Council to fix ASSETS
the compensation to be paid the Chiefof ash.! balances with other banks and cash items
Lieutenant Colonel. His
of cur- W. Baillie officiating.Mr. to Murdock Martin Executors of the. Estate of Frances Police otherwise known as the in process of collection .._. .... ..... ............ ................. .... .......H,. 2.054 ..>.>
rent assignment in the Florida Bellamy 76 died Monday Vaughn deceased.S Marshal and to change the compensation United States Government obligations direct and
Charles Pfflans, and Charles Felton W. Williams .... ........ ...
Army National Guard is Signal ExecutorS to be received by said officer guaranteed (Net of any reserves) .1.629,969.2>
morning in the Suwannee County Blake, commission staff mem- Mollie Mullen during his term of office: Obligations of States" and political subdivisions (Net of ay tmrvis) 'U..97 '; ;
Maintenance Officer in the 337th Hospital following train-car 2. To provide in the event the City Corporate stocks (including S1S.OOO.OO stock of
a
Signal .Depot, with headquartersin bers from Tallahassee.The 46-49 Executor Council should hereafter elect so to do. Federal Reserve bank) (Net of any reserved ............................ 15.000 ,1<\
crash at the Scriven Street cross- staff emphasized the for a municipal court and its jurisdiction Loans and discounts (including IT.S66.e6 overdrafts)
Jacksonville. Colonel George H. ing of the Seaboard Line. importance of commit- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ; the office of municipal judge (Net of any reserves) ..?........ ..........- .. .... .... .... .. $. U.43', .:'
also of Live Oak Is county provide for his appointment term Bank premises owned $7.850.00. furniture and fixture fM...9t.lT. .. $ .84Z.1-
Dale com- Mr. Bellamy was born in Ham- tees in providing: the means for IN FLORIDA.AND FOR SUWANNEE IN PROBATEIN COUNTY. compensation and duties: and in the Real estate owned other than bank premises ....._-.-._.-.. ....... ".- 9.800+)"

manding. Colonel officer Tuttle of the was depot.Lt. inducted. ilton County, and had lived in citizens and local organizations OSCAR RE: The BRADLEY Estate of BYRD, event, such for the municipal suspension court of is the established pow- TOTAL ASSETS .... .... __......_... ... ..........._........ .............,.......1 tft.T18.489
Live Oak for the past 25 years. to participate in shaping the ers now vested in the office of Mayoras LIABILITIES
into the U. S. Army in October D< He was a salesman for Fuco welfare of youth and in information TO CREDITORS set out in Section (B) of Article individuals partnerships. ad .j-.sUsss t
10, of said Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnership ,
1942 City Charter during such *
at 'Camp Blanding. After Chemical Company. exchange and fact-find- AH creditors of the Estate of Oscar period. or periods a municipal court and corporations .......................... ............ .. .._.......... .... 2._2 .'33 h'
basic. training he was assigned to Bradley Byrd deceased are hereby no- shall be in operation. deposits of United States Government (ietisdi.g pals. esvis.s.... .... 64.293.5Deposits '
the Division He was a member of the West- ing to determine the needs and tified and required to file any claims or CITY OF LIVE OAK of States and political subdivision .. ..._... _... .... ....... _.. 71O86' Q:
85th Infantry and it wood Baptist Church. problems of children In the demand which they may have against (SEAL) Deposits of banks ....... ....................... ............ ._....._ .............._...... 47.861.'\!
said
was with this division that he Mr. is survived his estate in the office of the County By Harvey W. Perry Certified and officers checks etc.. -.. ... .... ......._......... ....._.. "..Us.'i ,
landed in Italy in December 1943as Bellamy by county. the Judge Court of Suwannee County. Florida in City Clerk TOTAL DEPOSITS .._.................. ..... ... .. .......-.a.......
wife Mrs. Dalathia Bellamy; two Coffee was served during registration -- within six House at Live Oak. Florida 46 (a) Total demand deposits ....-.. .. .-.......-tMtMtSAl
a sergeant. daughters Mrs. Vera E. Boyetteand by Mrs. S. T. McDowell the date of (6)the first calendar publication months of from this (b) Total time and saving deposits ................","',.*'.*

distinction The 85th in Division the Po Valley.fought Tut-with Mrs. Linnie O'Steen of Jacksonville Mrs. Fred Haas, and filed notice.IB Each duplicate claim, in or writing demand and must must be THE NOTICE NAME OF TO DEFENDIN TOTAL LIABILITIES ... :.... _........ ......._ ......._....... _.......... .$4.t l.'20 n<, .

tle had 290 in combat his : two sisters Mrs. Loretta Mrs. Jeff McKeithen. state the place of residence and post TO THE John STATE OF FLORIDA: Capital Stock Common stock CAPITAL total par .ACCOUNTS...._......_....._...__................1 1M.OOO'
days as Tillis of Wellborn and Mrs. Julia office be address of the claimant and must Hill each Hill and his wife. Jennie F. Surplus ............................................................ ..._.........._..._................_ 30.000.n1Undivided
division participated in battles in Fennell of two brothers. sworn his to by the claimant his agent known. of whose address is un- profits .. ....... ..-........... ... ............._............__..........._ 11.626.39
McAlpin or it will
; attorney or become void
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Europe. The Live Oak officer according to law. Yon and each of yon are herebynotified Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stetk) 40.166.9-
Harley Bellamy of Jacksonville Mitchell
To
wears four campaign stars on his and Willie Bellamy of Pal- CoachAt SA.Administrator Jack Phillips brought that against a suit you in by equity B. W.has Deese been TOTAL-CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... .... ..........:.-:........_ .... .1 Ml.783.

ETO Colonel ribbon. metta. Gainesville High 46-49 and Circuit his Court wife, of Gladys the Third B. Deese.Judicial in Circuit the- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT _.................,..4t.103.\!
Tuttle
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received a Active pallbearers were Frank Theron Mitchell former Su IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD in and for Suwannee County. Florida MEMORANDUMAssets

tlefield commission as a second I Futch Braxton Dennis, Glenn wannee Bulldog football star has SUWANNEE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY IN FLORIDA.IN AND FOR. and and you required are hereby to file summoned written ordered for pledged other or purposes assigned...-to...secure............_liabilities........._..ad. .................._............... ..11.IT.9 n '
lieutenant in November 1944 and Milton Carleton Byrd Luel Poole accepted a coaching position at CHANCERY Answer or defenses, to the your complaintfiled I. John P. Wiggins Cashier of the abeve-named bask. do hint/ declare the
was awarded the Silver Star .for and Lavaughn Sessions. Gainesville High School where he LILLIAN C. CHANEY. herein against you in the above this report of condition is true and correct to the beK., My InwwMc; P. sad belie,'
Mtm
Wlctrtas
Plaintiff entitled in the office of the Clerkof
cause
bravery in action and a Combat Honorary pallbearers were R. will be an offensive and defensive vs.JAMES. the Circuit Court in and for Suwan- We. the undersigned directors attest the c< rre tne*. .. HUt vtert of condituv.
Infantryman Badge during World L. Lord Vincent Jones Buford backfield coach. He is now a coachat DONZELL CHANEY. nee County. Florida, at his office in the and true declare and correct.that it has been examined by M a..d .. the best. of ear bowled 0 -
War n. He Defendant. Court House in Live Oak. Florida. on or
also holds distinctive
a Ratliff, E. T. Home A. A. Rauler- Leon High School. NOTICE TO DEFEND befre Tuesday. April 30th 1969 and P. C. Cr**.. Jr.
unit citation. awarded his Mitchell THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: serve a copy of such Answer or defenses AKlwl T. AirthR.
graduated from
son O. P. Hatch, Jake Skeen J. Su .
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outfit for meritious service. Tuttle JAMES DONZELL CHANEY whose upon J. L. Blaekwell. plaintiffs At- =:::c.
C. Baxter J. H. McElveen, Hilton wannee High in 1956 attendedthe address is unknown. torney herein whose address is Live
was released from active duty Walker A. E. Curl Dan RobinsonSr. U of Miami where he played YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thata Oak. Florida on or before said date as
in..January 1946. Complaint for Divorce has been filed required by the laws of Florida 1954
., J. T. Bonds J. W. Blocker three years of varsity football for against you, and yon are required to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. If you
When the National Guard was E. S. Palmer Richard the Hurricanes. serve a copy of your answer or pleading fail to do so decree pro confesso win
reorganized in 1946, he joined the Skinner to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney be entered against you for the reason NEW FOR YOUR CAR!
Hardy Evans and E. C. Jackson. Ernest A. Sellers P. O. Box contained in the complaint.
Live Oak company as a First Suwannee Funeral Home was in In the world today there are 427 Live Oak, Florida. and file the You are further notified that the nature
Lieutenant.. He became original answer or pleading in the office of said suit is to partition the real B.F. GOODRICH
company charge of arrangements. I more than 2.500 different kindsof of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or estate herein after described to-wit: The
commander of the local unit in snakes ranging in size from before the 30th day of April. 1963. If Northwest Quarter of Northwest Qua'.
December 1949 and was promotedto one you fail to do so, a decree pro confess ter of Section 32, Township 3. South, COMMANDER 220. The
ounce to several hundred poundsin will be taken against you for the relief Range 14 East. in Suwannee County.
captain. Senior Breakfast weight according to Ross Allen, demanded in the Complaint. The name of the Court in which this tire with rubberthat's
Tuttle attended the associate DATED at Live Oak. Suwannee Cone suit has been instituted is the Circuit economy
Nets Good.SumThe herpetologist at Florida's Silver ty. Florida, this 25th day of March, Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in
course at the Armored School in Springs. 1963. and for Suwannee County. Florida, and truck-tire tough!
Senior Class at Suwannee LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS the abbreviated title of this case of B.Ward's .
High School netted a sum in excess More mileage than any economy tire
McCall To Attend of $3QO at the breakfast spon- in B.F.Goodrich history!
Made with SUPER SYN-the!
fa type
sored Saturday morning at the
National ConventionEugene rugged rubber used in BFG's heavy-
local school cafeteria. The money duty truck tires!
McCall recently will be used to defray expenses of Inc. Built with
Enterprises a ali nylon cord, for extra
named 'the Outstanding Young the senior trip to Washingtonlater V strength and safety!
Farmer in Florida, will attend in the school year. ,

the National Outstanding The class is planning a dinneron
Young Farmer Convention in the night of April 19 for the P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD, FLORIDA 6.70-15 Tube Type Bteekwall

Tuba, Okla., later this year same purpose. Details will be announced TIRES ONLY $9.95 Plus Tax and Reeappebte Tire
with his expenses being paid by later.Assisting MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS From Your Car

LP Gas who is cosponsoringMcCall's the class Saturday in Designed To Give Longer Mileage For A Low PriceSTAN'S
trip. Complete Mixed
the preparation and serving of the Fertilizers Anhydrous Ammonia
No portion of McCall's trip breakfast were: Mrs. E. J. Ful-
Direct
expenses will be paid for thru bright Mrs. Otto Wettstein m. Application; Nitrogen Solution

county funds. In addition, McCalPs Mrs. W. H. Parramore Mrs. Rus- t PWPS 66 SERVICE

personal funds will be sell Parsons Mrs. Dennis Hart, Our New Fertilizer Plant In Branford tit mi Highway 90, West Phone 362-2688
used to the
pay expenses of his Mrs. Joel Wadsworth Mr. and ,

wife to the convention. Mrs. John S. Flood Nicky M.Tsacrios. LIVE OAK FLORIDA

and Duke McCallister. Florida Is Now In Operation


FOR YOUR 1957 and was promoted to major \.- GET TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE

TREE TRIMMING & in May of that year while serving HUFFMAN & GILMORE
TREE REMOVAL I 'as S-3 of the 187th Tank Bat- CALL US FOR PROMPT DELIVERY

TRENCHING OR 'talion. Other assignments filled ;,/ .

by Tuttle were as S-4 of Combat
DITCHING Command A and assistant G-5 on 935-2101 7762191Otto CHECKERBOARD 1V.V.V.

CALL the division staff, all as part of

the 48th Armored Division.In Dickman David Maxwell Johnny Goff serV'lcebulletin

FloodConstruction civilian life Lt. Colonel Salesman Sales Manager SalesmanFor
Tuttle is associated with his brother -
Co.
John S. Flood in the opera- fast, economical repair service on all your farm equipment bring

362.2101 tion of the Live Oak Laundry. it to our shop. Phone 776-2181. We manufacture SPRAYERS FARM
Colonel and Mrs. Tuttle reside on TRAILERS
CULTIVATORS
_________ R Weller Avenue. AND COULTERS.




METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

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- ANNUAL BUSINESS I STATEMENTFOR IL 1 F' ; ; ,



THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1962

.' .. ::-'In Accordance With the Annual Statement Filed With the New York State Insurance Department :,. jv


... HIGHLIGHTS h Fi
OF 1962 OPERATIONS

ASSETS Payments to Policyholders and Beneficiaries $1,985,927,544 iC. $

Bonds ................. ................................................... $11,299,286.282 (Averaging $18,036 a minute of each business day)

Stocks ... .................................... .......... .... 199,034,681 Personal Life Insurance and Annuities ........ 1,111,248,842
(All are ;;id.;; ;; or guaranteed except $37,300.699): ) Group Life Insurance and Annuities .............. 428,505,503 ;

Health Insurance ............... ..... .. .. ..
Mortgage Loans Real Estate ..... .......... 446,173,199 _
on ............................ 5,987,558,451Real .

Estate ............................................................. 601,463,061 Life Insurance Issued ........................................ $6,924,766,979t _

Loans on Policies ....... .......................................... 771,160,911 'Personal............................................................ 5,719,295,974

{+ Cash and Bank Deposits: ...................................... 153,015,645 Group ................................................................ 1,205,471,005t
tDoes not include $1,935,727.142 additional coverage arising
Accrued Interest, Outstanding Premiums, etc..... 584,556,192 chiefly from net increases under existing Group contracts. Start 'em RightLet


Total Assets .................................................. $19,596,085,223 Life Insurance in Force ........................................$102,187,916,103

Personal............................................................. 61,125,049,784 us helpThe

Group .................................................................. 41,062,866,319

LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS FUNDS Gain in Life Insurance in F rce......................... $4,181,190,322 right start for chicks is mighty importeat"' to Your

Statutory Policy Reserves .................................... $16,423,260,444Policy future egg income. So start 'em right-and let us help.

Proceeds and Dividends Left With We can supply yon with quality chicks,feeders,feet
Persons Covered by Life Insurance .................... 38,400,000 ,
Company at Interest .................................... 879,473,577 Purina Health Aids. and famous Purina Chick

Set Aside for Dividends to Policyholders ............ 348,267,789 'Persons. Covered by Health Insurance; Startena, America's favorite chick starter. Starteoa

Policy Claims Currently Outstanding ................ 141,094,035 For Weekly and Monthly Disability has built-in growth power in ten tiny but mighty

Insurance Benefits ..........................._........... 2,900,000 boosters for chick health and vigor. And
Other Policy Liabilities ........................................ 497,633,897 For Hospital it's Purina
Surgical and Medical

Taxes Accrued (not yet payable) ...................... 102,303,126 Expense Coverage ..........................,.............. 9,500,000 Micro-Mixed blended to be sure that all ingredients are thoroughly
right down to the last thilnb& l in
Mandatory Securities Valuation Reserve ............ 108,243,140
Number of Persons Insured in MetropolitanExcluding every bag. _
All Other Liabilities ............................................ 57,791,123
Duplications in Coverage ................ 44,300,000 1

Total Liabilities ............................................ -'$18,558,067,131 (One of every five persons in the United States and Canada) Come in and let us a
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supply all Health
Special Contingency Reserves $173,695,000 METROPOLITAN'S GROWTH your

General Contingency Reserve 864,323,092 Aids and equipment needsto
At End of Year Life Insurance In Force Assets

Total Surplus Funds* ........................?....... 1,038,018,092 start chicks right.HUFFMAN +
..J- (Special and General Contingency Reserves) g ', "tr"l.>.30; :'".!'""1872 $20,546,341 $1,423,403 Q S

Total Liabilities and Surplus Funds ............ '"/ $19,596,085,223 -1922 7,807,556,957 1,259,850,325 &

1932 18,980,743,208 3,769,372,425

,. 1942 26,867,676,154 5,994,915,577 GILMORE

1952 51,854,261,454 11,592,529,046
These surplus funds serve as a reserve against unforeseen contingencies and give 1962 102187) ,916103 19,596,085,223 LIVE OAK FLORIDAPAGE
extra assurance that all policy benefits will be paid in full as they fan due.


NOTE-Assets amounting to $957,545.737 are deposited with various public officials REGINALD H. SCOTT, JR., LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE . .
and trustees under the requirements of law or regulatory authority. I . .
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I Officers Arrest Posto Be. 'Cooled'ice To J:;,' '; 4 Burglar Is Jailed Beverage Official Donation Urged- For Red Cross I Barrett Lodge -


Into At Mrs. Bill Burch made an appeal -i helping families at the disaster.
County Negro Congressman Don Fuqua announced For Junior
Breaking Speaks
To Give
recently that the Post- to the people of Suwannee Mrs. Burch said the financial DegreesBarrett
County to contribute to the Am- condition of the local is
chapter
R For Car TheftCity bids office June Department 15 for the plans air to conditioning open- Branford StoreA Deputy MeetingThe erican Red'Cross during its an- so grave that'it had to get a grant Lodge No. 43. Free and

and some renovation of nual drive' beginning at 7 pan. from the national organization to Accepted Masons, will meet Monday -
and county officers com- Oak Postoffice. burglar broke into Odom's Suwannee County Junior Thursday.Mrs. keep the administrative branch
the Live
at 8 pjn. and confer Master
bined forces last Wednesday nightat Estimate of the contract Rexall Drug Store in Branford Deputies met Monday at the Burch explained that the open.
12 o'clock to nab a 20-year-old should cost approximately $38- Monday night, stole an assort- Branford State Bank and heardan county chapter of the Red Cross N Mason Degrees on Elwood Howard -
colored man for car theft and ment of items and was whisked address from a State Beverage has no funds with which to ope- Sad, 33 year old Rhesus mon- J. B. Daniels, and Charles
dodging a $3.65 gas and oil bill. 000.The contract will be let after away to the county Jail Tuesday Department spokesman.H. rate.She said however, that when key that was featured In the Tar- Pulley.
The culprit was Solomon Mc- bid opening. Work will include afternoon. D. Miller, regional directorof people come to the Red Cross zan movies many years ago died Order of the Eastern Star No.
Daniel of Live Oak. the air conditioning plus Sheriff Hugh Lewis said he arrested the department discussed bev- Chapter for help. "you can't turn at Florida's Silver Springs recent 49 will prepare a meal to precedethe
City police received a call from new lighting and other im Carl Lee of Live Oak for erage laws and their enforcementby them away". ly. She was one of a tribe of mon- meeting. The dinner which
Howland's Gulf Service that the provements to the building.. the crime. The Sheriff said the the department. He said the She added that the county has keys living wild on the banks of costs $1.25 per plate will be served
Negro had attempted to pay the chief reason for Lee's quick arrest Beverage Department destroyed in not supported the local chapterfor the Silver River. beginning at 6:30 p.m.
I charge with a check, and when was an alert Branford merchantwho the fiscal year 1961-62 671 stills, three years. The public is invited to attend
, attendants refused to accept the i RAD Steering became suspicious of Lee's 340,660 gallons of mash confiscated "If we had some disaster: In this (School Supplies at McCrimon's) the dinner.
check, he drove off. old model Plymouth in the drug 370 vehicles, and made 1- area we would practically haveto
f..I, Policemen stopped the vehicle Committee Sees store parking lot and jotted down 743 arrests.He go to Lake City and beg their
near City Hall and were questioning the tag number. pointed out that the City of chapter for help," Mrs. Burch
the man when sheriff's depu- Lewis said he was notified of I Live Oak received $54,303 during i asserted. CIVIC AUDITORIUM
ties happened on the scene.Deputy FilmsThe the breaking and entering by the past year from cigarette tax- She cited the instance a few
I Curtis Harrell recognized the Program Branford Police Chief W. B. es, and Branford received $7,768. years ago when a tornado hit Mc-I JACKSONVILLE
colored man, contacted the Florida monthly meeting of the Su Thomas at 8 am. He said he and The Beverage Department is responsible Alpin and the Red Cross spent i
y' Highway Patrol Station in wannee County Rural Areas De- Thomas began an investigationthat for collecting these taxes $11,000 rebuilding homes and ,Mon. April 8 thru Sat. April 13 .
Lake City and received a report velopment Steering Committeewas netted shoe prints, tire in addition to liquor taxes. ,
that a state-wide alarm had been held at 7:30 pm., March 'I, prints and the tag number. Twenty Junior Deputies were
EYes. It 8:30 Wed. and$41.Mm. It 2:00
released on the 1955 Dodge the at the Suwannee Valley .Electric Lewis said he and Thomas wentto present at the meeting along with PRESCRIPTIONS -
Negro 'was driving. The car had Building in Live, Oak. Lee's house to question him. Sheriff Hugh Lewis, Deputy Cecil ONLY CITY IN FLORIDA WHERE THIS
been stolen in Pinellas County. In the absence of the chairman, The Sheriff said the suspect was Bonds and Branford Police ChiefW. SPECTACULAR MUSICAL WILL BE PRESENTED
McDaniel and the Dodge were Mrs. Fred Haas presided. Minutes asleep when they arrived. When D. Thomas. A brief business
,4 promptly conveyed to the county of the previous meeting were read they asked to search the man's session was conducted.The .
Jail. The Negro's Lake City girl and approved.A house, he vigorously refused, the Branford Sportsman's Club RONALD GYLEA ,
friend was deposited at the Ohio film entitled, "Jobs For Am- Sheriff said. served hamburgers, French fries,
--, Avenue-Howard Street intersec- erica" was shown. This film show- Lewis said he threatened to and soft drinks to the group.Suwannee DRAKEt\? !
t tion. ed examples of the four types of leave deputies at the house to s .
"Efrery time you' see old Solo- programs eligible and communities watch it and the suspect while woito's
mon driving a car, stop him," that have been designated he obtained a search warrant. ? ;
he he stole quipped.it" Because you know eligible by the Area Redevelop- Then the man broke down Lewis High P! Ri19
ment Administration. These types '
The Negro admitted to being said.The officers entered the house Menu opu-

and found a typewriter, four I VICTOR a
arrested on three previous charges wristwatches, a safety razor, and March 28 through April 3 PROTECT YOUR t CHARLES ) '
of theft.
car two clocks all of the goods stolen. THURSDAY FAMILY'S HEALTHWith
SAVE He said he didn't have any ilicBlOTHERSON
The proprietor reported $25 stolen All-Meat Stew
money in the bank, but his intention I '
A
Regular Checkup
from the cash register, Lewis said. PotatoesCarrotsDiced
was to give the service From Your Doctor.
3WAYS Bond had not been set as of Tomatoes/French Dress- MAIL ORDERS NOW!
station a check to hold for pay- And If He Should Prescribe
,
Tuesday afternoon. ingFudge
ment until the next time he got Remember Our
Cicle Prices: Mon. thru Thvn. Eves and Set 'ot.-ht Orck. ami loges $S.JOI2nd
paid. A thorough search of his Rolls Butter Milk XPERTPRESCRIPTION Orth. $4.50; Bak. $3.00, $2.00. Fri and Sat. Evts.-lst Orch. sad toga
clothing and personal affects fail- Junior Class Plans FRIDAY $6.00; 2nd Orch. $5.00; Bale. $4.00, 300. Wed. Mot.-Ut Oreh. and logos
ON ed to turn: up so much as a pen- SERVICE $4.50; lad Orch. $3.50; Bole. $3.00, $2.00.
.4k Car Wash SaturdayMembers Fish Fillets
i Travelers Automobile ny.PoUce Corn HUNTER Mail orders accepted-Send check or money order to Jut Civic
of the Junior Class at
advised Ed Howland,
Auditorium, Jacksonville, Florida, and enclose self addressed,
Insurance owner of the service station, to Suwannee High School will hold Cabbage/Carrot SlawPeachesWhipped REXALL DRUGSJOHN stamped envelope. Please make sure to advise which performance
drain his three dollars worth of car washes Saturday at Johnnie's Topping your ticket is jor. Mail orders now and get lest. seats availa+'k.
1. New Low Rates, gas out of the vehicle. Amoco Station on Ohio Avenue Bread Butter | Milk BIDS, Pharmacist
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2. Safe Driver Sayings.
and at Holloway's Pure Station on MONDAY
3. Local Agent Service.
.
East Howard Street. Hamburgers -
SEE... PRESSURE CREOSOTED Funds derived from the project Sliced Tomatoes
Fence Posts- Poles, Etc. will be used to defray costs of the Sliced Onions
Arlie K. Townsend
SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING annual Junior-Senior Prom next Mixed Vegetables :lof.M
1' InsuranceWilbur CO. month.of Apple SauceCookiesBuns 1OQ
St. Phone FO 2-1104 Butter Milk
BALDWIN FLA. 266-4251
assistance include loans to TUESDAY
commercial and industrial firms Sloppy Jo-
loans and grants to municipalitiesfor i Greens 0I
tI public utilities, training and Fruit in Jello I
HOP-- Live Oak Tire Co. I re-training, and feasibility stu School Baked Cinnamon Buns I
GIIW dies.After Bread Butter Milk 1.
j W. Howard SL 362-2082 seeing the film, the group WEDNESDAY
r discussed each program and howit Chicken and Rice

might apply to improving the Slaw and Pickles .......-, .
overall economy of Suwannee Rolls and Syrup AT .. "..a7fllli--'
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County. Fruit -
Forace Holland, ARA Coordina Butter. Milk I.

"r.r.; ...,:5.;'.:,: tor Florida Development Com- .: -tt. WORTH'S SURPRISE STORE
( mission, answered questions con- Miss Spring will be one of them
cerning the ARA program in Flor- st welcomed girls on the Am-

ida. erican scene this year. ...-

-- NEW ARRIVALS!


Dear Friend: ,
B.EGoodrich ,:. THIS WEEK 237
One date in 1963 the Founder of Christianity 9

"BIG has instructed all his faithful followers to observe. CRISP SMART
This is the anniversary of his death, on the four- ,

teenth day of the first month of the Bible's sacred NEW DRESSESAT
::
.EDGE" calendar known as Nisan. This year that day be- ;;

1 Silvertown I Tires gins at sundown of Monday April 8. WORTH'S "

On that night Jesus commanded his followersto

f i Now $21.95 hold the sacred evening meal or supper that he

75014BlackwaU then set up, to remind them each year of how he MAKE YOURSELECTION ;
1 Only 670-15 laid down his earthy body and shed his blood for t

us. (Luke 22:19) In obedience to this we. have arranged NOW
Plus tax and tire off I
your car.
to hold a fitting celebration beginning at

i The Same New Tire That 8:00 p.m., Monday, April 8,1963, at Kingdom Hall, ,.i ;> __ FROM WORTH'S
Comes On New 1963 Cars! 506 Northwest Houston Avenue, Live Oak, Florida.
Free, Fast MounttnglI /, $1j EXCITING NEWCOLLECTION ..> .
We heartily invite you, yes, urge you, with all
your friends, to be present with us on this blessed IN
I occasion for expressing our faith and appreciation
toward Jehovah God's provision through Jesus t JUNIORS

MIXONS Christ for our everlasting salvation. t

Live Oak North Congregationof .. :.:J

BEST MAID Jehovah's Witnesses a.iaEJ-

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; FEEDS and CONCENTRATESCHICK -. V2 SIZES : f 4 .i

Sick Room Equipment Drive $6.99 to $8.99

HEN & CHICK

Grower Scratch Feed For Suwannee County Florida

FREE

I 50 Ibs. $2.45 25 Ibs. 1.15 THE AMERICAN LEGION
REGISTER NOW ATWORTH'S
100 Ibs. $4.65 50 Ibs. $2.25 .
Suwannee Post 107 FOR 36"

PLUSH EASTER
16% 20% Announce Their Drive For BUNNIES

WHEELCHAIRS WALKERS and -
Layer Layer Drawing April 13th
CRUTCHES for FREE Use in the home
50, Ibs. $2.30 50 Ibs. $2.50

I 100 Ibs. $4.50 100 lbs. $4.75 Of Suwannee County Residents.All KAYSER GLOVES

i Workers Have an Introductory Letter on
Suwannee American Legion Post Letterhead WHITE PINK "WIN A NEW SHIPMENT -
J Horse Feed Dog Food. BEIGE ORANGE \F' -
JOHN J. ROBINS POWDER BLACK WABBITAT CRINOLINES
I 100 Ibs. $4.10 25 Ibs. $1.95 Commander
OLEN M. TODD ARTHUR D. CROWE SIZES 6)4 TO 8 "

t I 40% HOG WHEATPelleb Adjutant Service Officer DOUBLE WOVEN NYLON'WORTHS./ TODDLERS $1.99
L. M. CREWS E. W. KUZY PIQUE SEWN 4-14 $2.29&$2.99
II Shorts Vice Commander Guard


100 Ibs. $5.35 100 Ibs. $3.95 The Money is Raised by Selling SHOP AND SAVE MORE AT THE STORE WITH MORE

FARM and RANCH '

i CUNDIFF BROS.PHONE (New or Renewal) WORTH'S SURPRISE STORE"WHERE

THE WORKERS
YOUR DOLLARS ARE WORTH MORE"W.
l H. Green Wayne Padgett Okey Adkins Larry Wart
362-2734 L. PHILIPS, Manager Howard St. Live Oak Florida
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'" ...SIX- SUWANNEE.. DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963
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LIVESTOCK 8 County Students -Beachville I week.Willie
County Agent's Column Make Dean's List Odom was unable to en-
ter the Veterans Hospital last

DOWN TO EARTH REPORT Eight students from Smran- We were glad to have good attendance Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Cason week due to such crowded con-

nee County attending Florida at Sunday School Sun- and son, Dewayne of Jacksonvillewere ditions but is due to enter Tues
,BY FLORIDA 'STATE State University have been day. Let's keep it up. guests of his parents, Mr. day. Mar. 26. We hope his stay

BY PAUL CREWS l\ TING'BUBEAU named to the Dean's list for We are very glad to be able to and Mrs. H.C. Cason Friday night will be short as he will undergo

the 'first trimester, the Uni- report that Mrs. T. F. Beach is and Saturday.Mrs. surgery on his foot.

'All swine producers in Suwannee ed garbage: such: garbage may Cattle and calf trading at the versity announced last week. much improved in the Lake Shore J. J. Bronson ond son Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemptuli

: County are reminded that re- contain raw pork and even Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- From Live Oak. the students Hospital in Lake City and she John Timmerman, of Clermontand I and son. Wayne and Mrs. Bon-

cent actions by both federal and some forms of cured or pickled ket Wednesday, March 20,. dippedto are Lois J. Holmes Dorothy., hopes to be able to come home Ervin Beach of Haines City nie Edwards all of Gainesville.

state Hog Cholera groups will require pork that harbors the cholera ; 131-compared with 249 sold at Long, Dorothy L. Lord, Melinda soon.Rev. were here last week end visiting were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie -

that all swine be vaccinated virus (7) Permitting hogs to eat the previous sale, and hog sales Ann Lundy, David R. Mc- Marvin odom filled his Mrs. T. F. Beach in the hospital. Beach Saturday night and

against cholera to eventually or drink contaminated food or dropped from 994 to 775 sold. Neill Jr.. and Benjamin II. regular appointment at Mikesville Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach vis- Sunday.Mr. .

eradicate this costly disease. water, (8) Virus entering the According to George C. Averyof Williams.The Advent Christian Church Sunday. I ited in Gainesville a few days last and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell had

After August 31, 1963 no hogs animal's body through wounds or the Florida State Marketing two others were TinaL. as guests Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Bron

may be moved in <$; abraisons of the skin, (9) Contact Bureau, all classes "moved actively Fletcher from McAlpin, and son and John Timmerman of
: Kq urine through rather broad outlets" Clarence K. Jones from Well- Pine Level
': ; with infected manure Clermont., Ervin Beach of Haines .
.: ,f,*" .41' and secretions of the nose and with slaughter classes too few born. City and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
*Ay." a
try through stockyards 11';:5 .4 'i .* } eyes, and (10) Stock buyers, salesmen for accurate price comparisons. Dicks and daughter Debbie. of
; <;' > Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of and relatives in and
and livestock Z, '' ;/ '1 and others who may carry Feeder-stocker steers and heif- Trafolgar Tallahassee.Mr. .
markets M' $; ,.;. :1 the; disease on clothing, equip- ers were steady to weak with cows Fellowship SlatedAt Ft. Hood, Tex., spent a few days Indianapolis. Ind., for a few days. and Mrs. Earl Odom

back to the t '::";,/ ;i ment, or vehicles from an infected being few. Calves were weak this Falmouth Church last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. David McMullen spent Thurs- children of Lake City were guests and
I .:: Z to a healthy herd. week too dropping to fully $2 Clark. day night with Mr. and Mrs. Drew
farms, unless Morning services at the Fal- of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Odom Sun-
they have beenvaccinated ;t. Signs of Infection lower, Avery said. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Clark and Holmes.
... mouth Christian Church Sunday
.
,.. cholera is a blood infec- He noted that feederstockersmade Alan visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Miss Juanita and Inez Clark of day.Mrs.
Hog
will be followed by a fellowshipat Calvin
against cholera 87, r tion. When the virus enters the up 77 per: cent of the run the church complete with a holmes Tuesday night. Miami spent last week end here and Mrs. Warren and children
V k. the blood- while calves were 40 per cent of Mr. and Mrs. and with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Ch-monU
at least 21 days ;: pig's body, it passes to dinner. Harry Lepper and children all of Branford
A. L. Clark. united -
prior to movement. stream and develops there. The the total.A Members and guests are reques- children spent Sunday with M. J. Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Mr. Cannon
and Mrs.
Ernest Holmes
Hogs passing through stock blood becomes infectious within 24 few low-good yearling slaughter ted to bring their lunch baskets, Lepper and sons in Lake City and Sunday.
yards and livestock markets which hours after the virus enters theanimal's steers brought 215021.75 and "voices for singing and eat- attended services at the Fellow- were supper guests of Mr. and
while stand Mrs. Drew Holmes Saturday Mrs. G. C. Cannon and Mr. and
hundred pounds
have not been vaccinated against body. The urine and ma- per ing", a spokesman said. The pub- ship Church.
( cholera at least 21 days prior nure usually contain the virus ards traded from $20-$21. Utility lic is invited. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood of night. Mrs. Willie Odom attended the
slaughter steers sold from $16.50- Mrs. C. D. Clark visited Mrs. Golden Wedding Annversay of
( thereto, may be sold ONLY for within 48 hours. Secretions of the Bible School will begin at 10 Jacksonville spent Saturday with
Julia Lepper awhile Tuesday af- I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cannon L.1.
immediate slaughter. Our farmersin eyes and nose become infectiousby $19.Standard ajn. .with the morning worshipset Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. ternoon. Branford
afternoon.
heifers brought $19.- Saturday
Suwannee County can help the third day. for 11 am. Rev. John M. Wagner's Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brim were
eradicate hog cholera by doing Pigs seldom show visible symp- 50-$21, and utility heifers traded
sermon is entitled "Divine
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
the following three things: toms before the fourth day and from $16.50$19.A And Human Nature Of Christ". W. Moseley Friday.
(1) Vaccinate all pigs. The vac- may fail to show symptoms for as few cutter and lowutilitycows RU
Trooper James Fortner of Pen-
cines are free veterinarians will long as 7 days. Maximum growthof brought $14.75-$16. High-
sacola spent Monday and Tuesday THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
charge for administering. (2) virus is usually reached in 6 to cutter and utility bulls sold from : Powers Stationed At
nights with his parents, Mr. and
$16-$18. One low-standard calf
Cook all garbage used for feed, 8 days.
and (3) Report sick hogs promtly. Death from cholera may not brought $20. Army Training Post Mrs.Mrs.L. P. Fortner. Veneer-One or Two Baths.
Bertha Berglas returnedto
occur for 10 days or more follow- Good feeder.-stocker steers Roy J. Powers, 18, son of Mr.

Our farmers more so than any ing infection. However, infected brought $21-$23.75, mediums $18.- and Mrs. C. G. Powers of Suwannee Friday her home after spending in Greensburg a couple Ind.of, FHA or CONVENTIONAL
animals can transmit the disease 25-$21.25, and commons $15.50- Springs this month entered
other place in the country shouldbe
months here with her brother, FinancingSMALL
$18.50. Good heifers averaged
more interested in hog cholera before any symptoms appear. the 2nd Training Regiment of the Carl Tressler.

I eradication since we have a major Many hog cholera symptoms resemble from $19-$21.25, mediums $18- U. S. Army, stationed at Fort Miss Edith McMullen of Live DOWN PAYMENT
those common to other di- $19.75 and commons 177518. Gordon Ga.Powers .
pilot project here in Live Oak.
75. Oak spent the week end with Mr. Located In Subdivision.
You have seen this operation and seases. Symptoms may also vary is in Company "D" of and Mrs. Drew Holmes. Edgewood
know of the fine work that it is in different hogs and different Common and medium cows the 5th Training Battalion. His
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Baxter and SELECT YOURS NOW
and inferiors
brought $16.75-$18,
doing. We can eradicate cholera herds. The only sure way to diag- basic training program will last Louise Baxter spent Sunday of
nose the disease is through labo- 132516. eight weeks. Contact
and since it is the most expensive
last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Good calves weighing between .
ratory tests.However .
swine disease ever known it be- Clark.
cholera may be suspected 250-500 pounds brought 2124. (School Supplies at McCrimon's
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hooves us all to do our part in
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if your hogs show any of 25, mediums $19-$23.50, and com-
cutting down this costly disease. Oak spent Tuesday with Mr. and
mons $17-$19.50. Common and
the following signs: (1) Fever
Spread of Cholera $13-$14.25. mediums under 90 Mrs. Drew Holmes and Mrs. Wil-
medium calves weighing between
often 105 degrees F., or higher; 362-2057
Hog cholera may be spread by: temperature usually stays above 125-250 pounds brought $19-$23, pounds brought $10-$13.25 most- I lie Howell.

' (1) Adding newly purchased, diseased normal for several days then and one inferior sold for $18. ly from $12.50 down. Carl Tressler is visiting friends
.. pigs to a susceptible herd Hog Sales Down
gradually drops often becomming
(2) Moving unvaccinated or im- Hog trading dipped slightly at
subnormal (2) Loss of appetite:
properly vaccinated pigs through pigs may appear depressed and the sale. Mixed grades of 180-210

public markets and then to farmsas become inactive, (3) Pigs legs pound gilts and barrows sold for
feeder pigs, (3) Marketing apparently -
$13.50. 210-240 pounds $1355.
may be half bent, he may stagger sue-
healthy pigs from a herd ,
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or sway and eventually collapse in
where cholera exists, (4) Trans- any position; sick pigs may tend pounds $12.30, 120-140 pounds
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Fuqua To Make Presentation .:H-t., chaVge-of fire control. SHS To ReceiveSPortsmunshiP low of 317 for this year, nation must have a. diversified said to the members of the Cee-
George W. Abel of OwensIllinois a t weapons arsenal. We must havea gress that the problem of Cuba is
in Jacksonville, will discuss ward strong nuclear striking power to the number ONE foreign policy
St. Regis President Governor Forest Insect Detection and Con- Suwannee High School has No.2 match the Russians, we must problem which faces this natten.
trol, with M. W. Blumenstock, been selected to receive the tual values of life which have have strong conventional forces. I said "It cannot be swept undera
At EventWilliam Rayonier Incorporated, of Fern- Big Bend Sportmanship Trophy contributed so directly to the We must not put all of our eggs rug. It cannot be hidden. Only
Speak Forestry Day andina Beach, handling Service Gene Cox head coach and ath- growth and development of our in one basket, but must be diver- strong and forceful leadership will
letic director announced this sified to meet the threat which
Forestry. nation. enable us to blot out this menace
R. Adams of St. Regis Paper Company
president -
R. C. Brent Jr., St. Joe PaperCo. week. Reapportioning State Legisla- Communism poses to the worldto to our Nation and the free world's
I will be the principal speaker at the Suwannee County ., in Tallahassee, will lead the Cox said the trophy was tures Another bill which I introduced meet forthrightly the challengeof security and for my part I pledgemy
field forestry meeting to be held on Thursday, April 11, discussion on Hardwood Control, awarded by the Big Bend Of- at the request of the the Communist masters who every effort to hasten the day
according to an announcement this week by Robert N. with R. R. Rowe, United States ficials Association. The offici- Florida Legislature would make proclaim that our grandchildrenwill when Castro will be defeated anda
, Hoskins, general forestry agent of Seaboard Air Line I Steel Corporation, directing Mar- als who comprise the associa- the reapportioning of our state live under Communism.Let truly free Cuba restored. This
Railroad Company. kets and Marketing of Creosoted tion referee all football games legislatures the sole business of us resolve that the grand- in my opinion, should be the unalterable -
The program will originate on Wood Products. from Panama City in the northern the states, a matter which in my children of the Communist dictatorship policy of our United
the J. W. Blume woodlands, located r. Production and Treatment of part of the state to Live opinion is a critical area for the will live under freedom. .tates.Visitors
7.4 miles west of Live Oak, Farm Products will be under the Oak.Cox rights of our sovereign states.I The Cuban Menace To Our Office
just off U. S. Highway 90. supervision of Ben H. LeSueur of explained that this awardis was most pleased to see Dem- Among the grave problems fac- Visitors to our office from oar
Governor Farris Bryant will open Koppers Co., in Gainesville, with based not only on sportsmanlike ocratic Majority Leader Carl Albert ing these United States is that friends in the district are always
the meeting at 10 am.. with < ,,$ *:P46 Herbert J. Bailey of Container conduct by the football express his support of this of the Communist threat in Cuba. welcome and if you are planning
I the address of welcome, Hoskins n'/ Corporation of America in Fern- team, but the performance of measure recently, for many of us Here we find a Communist gov- to be in Washington we urge you
&aid. He will be introduced by andina Beach in charge of the fans, school officials and feel that this is an area best ernment only 90 miles off the to come by to see us.
John W. Smith, president, Sea- Pulpwood Production and Paper coaches, he noted. served by the people of the individual coast of Florida, actively supported Among those we have been hon
board Air Line Railroad Co. 1 Manufacturing. "T he whole community states, and not by the by troops of the Soviet Union.It ored to have visiting with us in
Brief talks will also be made Portable Sawmill should be proud of this* award," federal government.Bills seems to me that this nation these first weeks of the Confrere
during the morning session by ,_ Arrangements have been made Cox continued. "We are justas To Assist Our Farmers cannot rest as long as Castro and have been Melvin L. Pope Jr.,
Edward P. Cliff, chief of the Uni- for use of a miniature portable proud of this trophy as any Two bills would assist our fann his kind remain in power in our Preston T. Davis Robert Fokes,
ted Forest Service, Harry E.Wood, sawmill and a miniature portabledry we won during the year." ers. One would provide for the Hemisphere. The subversive activities George McDonald John S. Rip-
state supervisor of agricultural 9 J / xy S kiln under the direction of D. continued lease and transfer of of his government to the andelle. S. C. Bigham H. B. Mays,
education, and C. H. Coulter, W. House Southern Wood Pre- tobacco acreages on an annual other Latin American nations poses Dr. Judd Chapman Douglas Shiver -
state forester, Florida Forest. Ser- serving Co., of Atlanta, who will No.1 basis) so that a farmer might takea more of a threat than that of W. P. Shelley, J. Edwin White,
vice. I handle the Sawmilling phase, and for the thousands of young peo- small plot and combine with the weapons of Soviet troops that Walter McGinniss Arthur Mac-
Forest Management Programi I P. M. Williams Jr. of the Moore ple who visit the Capital in the several leased small plots to makean remain in Cuba.I Carthy, Tom McKay Dick Mitchell -
I i The program, one of the most Dry Kiln Co., of Jacksonville, who springtime. Titled "23,000,000 economically feasible plot. The supported the President's firm Charles Rosenberg. JamesH.
complete ever held in the will deal with Seasoning of Lum- Jobs", it will cover not only the other continues the definition of I action in having the missiles and Fling, John Folger, W. J. Rob-
; .east, will deal directly with SoUth-I private jobs which agriculture peanuts as used by the USDA in I missile bases removed from Cubt erts, Wilbur C. King, W. F. Jibb.
Management and ber.Pole Production and Classification provides, but also governmentwork that it provides that peanuts fed and I believe this nation must Norman Nahoom Jim Dye, and
primary forest products. Hoskins will be under the jurisdictionof at home and abroad. to swine or boiled are not counted have just as firm a policy in deal- Vern Williams, all of Tallahassee;
, likened this particular meeting to : A. G. Labrot, Atlantic Creosot- against quotas. ing with this Communist dicta- Mitchell N. Drew, Quincy; Rus-
an "eight-ring circus in the ing Co., of Savannah. Cross Tie Manufactured feeds in the U. S. Our National SecurityThe torship to insure his eventual overthrow sell Nealey and J. M. Bottoms,
woods", where eight stations will Production will be explained by scored another record high in 1962 defense of this nation is of and a once proud nation Graceville; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fu-
Tae set up, with two subjects to be E. L. Kidd Jr., Seaboard's chief at 44 million tons. That was a 4 grave concern to every citizen of returned to freedom.As qua and Jimmy Branton, Altha, ;
1 covered at each station. William R. Adams, President tie and timber agent in Jackson- per cent increase over the previ- our nation. In order to meet the reported in the Congressional Clyde Payne Jasper; and Mrs. T.
Leslie J. Johnson of St. Regis I St. Regis Paper Company ous year. The largest percentage threat of Communism we must Record of February 18, 1963, I J. Kennon Live Oak.
Paper Company in Jacksonville, ville.Raymond D. Moody of Inter- increase was in the Pacific region remain militarily strong.
I will handle the discussion dealing Genetics. George W. Mosely of national Paper Company's Wood- with a 15 per cent gain, accord- The wisdom of a strong and
with Cone Collection and Nursery I the Forestry Equipment Companyin lands Division at Mobile will lead ing to the American Feed Manu-The diversified defense was proven in A. L. "Aubrey" WARD
Association.
Production, with T. A. Harrington Jacksonville will be in chargeof the discussion on Outdoor Recre- facuturers the recent Cuban crisis when this
of the Southeastern Forest Mechanical Tree Planting and ation and George B. Williams of Southeast marked its 14th conse- nation stood on the brink of war
|. 'Experiment Station, Olustee serv- I Hand Planting with Cary Peep- Nelio Chemicals, Inc., in Jack- cutive year of increased produc- to protect its people from the SPREADER SERVICE
J ing as discussion leader on Forest les, Florida Forest Service, in sonville, will cover Naval Stores. tion.AFMA threat of nuclear Soviet arms in .
Fuqua to Speak noted that poultry feeds Cuba. "WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS"Fast
Following the field activities have been decreasing in recent Last week in the House I voted
that morning, the principal address years as a percentage of total for the continuation of the draft and Courteous Service
% i FREE will be given by Adams who I feeds manufactured. A major rea- for four more years and for vital
24HOUROXYGEN will be introduced by Warren T. son for the drop, it said,has been defense projects. The Congress Rte. 1-Telephone 776-2271

..'% {t. tt...:<::: EQUIPPED White, assistant vice president in the decrease in egg-type feeds voted funds to build eight more McALPIN, FLORIDA
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charge of industrial developmentfor per nuclear submarines and funds for
":' 1 :. ) Ambulance Service Seaboard. Special presenta- of all manufactured feeds in the development of the RS-70 Near Harrell's Store on Mayo Road
:s"7lMM" IkF "':'. F' tions will be made during the pro- the past ten years. plane. It is my belief that this
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No.1 watch for being selected as the tobacco enough like-to eat, and the food is Chapter Farmer Degrees and.five have and how many sweaters you year, but only] 7,000 students will
line Railroad for this event is a Star Chapter Farmer. Ratliff Other cases good. And I like to look at women were presented with cita- have. be graduated. This means there
feather in this county's cap. 1m noted that this year's winner was court docket girls and you have plenty tions for 1963. Receiving the degrees "For your sake and Suwannee win be two jobs available to every
it marks the first time 'two trains hi, the first grade of school when Roberson ," Ratliff quipped. ''were Robert W. Bell, Bill I County's I hope you have a lot graduate, he noted."I .
have met at a site. he first began to present the star bond estreated; presented Hoyt Koon with Ross, Fred Allen .and Hansel of sweaters." charge each of you tonightto
Planned for this event are many chapter farmer awards. Stewart reckless signifying the Star Ross. A P. Nott vice president of the meet the challenge that faces
facets of the timber industry and John Adicks. vice president of and $4 costs Award given to the Ladies receiving citations were First National Bank, presentedMrs. you in the coming decades of the
the Importance of forestry will be the Commercial Bank, presented Morrison public man with the most out- Mrs. Fred Allen, Mrs. Drew Draw- Frank E. Westmark with a 1960s and 70s" he said.
clearly pointed out. Williams with a plaque from the bond and $4 costs achievement in agricul- dy. Mrs. Joseph Stapelton Miss $25 check for her winning entry Sims commented that students
It will bring to this county peo- Florida Bankers Association 'in my Everett, during his second year in the Lorice Suggs, and Miss Loyselle in the slogan contest. who have vocational agriculture
ple to whom Live Oak and Suwan- recognition of his being selected and $2 costs Also in behalf of the Bran- Hatch. Mr. and Mrs. Allen have The slogan is "Points for Progress backgrounds fair better in college
nee County are but small dots on star chapter farmer. Wesley Newbern, Bank, the vice president contributed four sons to the Bran- Through Quality Livestock". agriculture curriculums than
the nation's map. For them to Williams expressed his sincere treated. Koon with a $20 sav- ford PTA Chapter. Mrs. Westmark also submitted a those students who do not. He
have 'an opportunity to visit this appreciation to the businessmenand account. Cary Lee gave the welcoming design in color upon which the added that the leadership and organizational -
area offers us a splendid oppor- people of the community for Scholarship Award went to address and Mrs. W. J. Aderholt slogan was drawn.S. training experienced
tunity to create a favorable impression their support to FFA. No. 4situation Bates, presented by W. S. delivered the response. James .T.McDowell, president of the in FFA are the best kinds of edu-
on top flight leaders. First-National Bank Awards where of Ware's Pharmacy. David Cranford the chapter harmonica Chamber of Commerce presidedover cational experiences."Let .
Local individuals and commit- George Harmony president of tials to run the chapter president received player "blew" three tunes from the banquet. Lamar Hancock, me congratulate you in
tees are hard at work on details the First National Bank, presented system is for leadership from A. his instrument and Miss Lorice chairman of the Chamber's Agri- this community for the fine job
for the visit under the general 10 gleaming silver dollars to the growth of tax of the Suregas Company. Suggs, chapter sweetheart, sang culture Committee, introduced the you are doing with your youth.
chairmanship of RepresentativeLeon "These are musical selections for the group. speaker. need it and deserve .
each of the top three boys in the Land Judging Team I They it -
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McDonald. Members of the categories of supervised farming, have children in Adicks president of the i and our times demand it," the
Florida legislature are expectedto leadership and scholarship.The grandchildren Oak Kiwanis Club, and No.7"I speaker concluded.
out of the session the best schools No. 8
take time awards went to Gene Box Nobles chairman of the I Sims is a former president of
the engine first got underway all
to attend the have to put .
that opens Tuesday you agriculture.The the Branford FFA Chapter and
Wally Edwards, and George Can- group's agriculture commit- classes of sat on the a
passengers
day's event here.Continued get it, need for education is great. native of Suwannee
non for supervised farming; Ed- presented a plaque to the same hard pine seat. In an im- County. Ac-
wards, Elliot Scott and Box for "The future of Chapter's Land Judging mediate all of the Sims continued. The individual cording to J. Robert Pletcher of
way passengers
efforts to attract industry ty depends on must be provided with much the Branford Hardware
leadership; and Edwards Box for being tops in the coun- received equal benefit. more Companywho
to this area and definite and George McKnight for schol- its youth" he and awarded medals to Ger- But when the train reached a education than ever before introduced him, Sims was
plans to expand natural recrea- find people who not less. the first member of the Branford
arship. Box was first in supervised Barrs and Raymond Smith grade it couldn't climb first class
tional facilities speak well for the cerned about the He said that three out of to hold the
farming; Edwards won top winning their individual per- remained seated. Second every Chapter State Farmer -
future of our county. lar and the space passengers ten Jobs available to all studentswill and he
honors in both leadership and in the recent land class got off and Degree went on to win
Often one hears a comment scholarship. are about their contest sponsored by the passengers be in some phase of agribusiness. the National Farmer Degree.He .
walked. And third class -
that nothing ever happens here. Harmony ordered the silver here in Suwannee passengers The nation needs 15,000 college holds a master's degree from
How this can be said in the lightof dollars from the PhiladelphiaMint Turning to members pf the team are Goodwin got off and made pushed.his point. agriculture graduates next the University of Florida.
the growth and developmentwe
to give to the boys in behalfof the Boone and Charles Draw- "But remember there are four ----------- .
decade "
in the
have had past
the First National Bank for lem is that The team will participate in I classes of he paused. 1
indicates an unfamiliarity with enough to get passengers SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL '
their accomplishments. The ster- state-wide FFA land judging "There are some that won't even YOUR
what is happening.
There actually are different kinds of ling pieces had never before been quality personnel" in April. go along for the ride." BUILDING NEEDS
there is a
in circulation.In D. Hatch representing the "And after it's all over they are
growth. One like that in the Cape I
Canaveral area brings a mush- addition to his placing in tification and Livestock Promotion As- first to say 'We did a fine jobdidn't PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
"I realize we
rooming that is beyond the capa- each category of the bank awards. presented certificates to we. We really put it overdidn't PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
facilities and Gene Box won the public speak- personnel Hardy Roger Terry Harmon we'," he quipped. "Or if
sometimes bility of present reaches the point of ing award presented by Aubrey who"But lack overall and Roger Koon for their you fail to make it, they are the Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
we
where growth absorbs the com- Fowler director of Production staff." steer show participation. first to condemn to say 'We told
Credit Association. In presentingthe structional explained that the associ- you so'.

munity.The growth we are experiencingis award to Box, Fowler empha- recall He commented other was "organized to promote "If you get enough people that Langford Builders Supply
any
sized the importance of 'verbal in this area particular- are willing to get out and push
on a much smaller level and so I
state that has East Ilelvenston
this school". Street Phone 362-2873
communication today. then you'll be successful in this
far has enabled the city and coun-
dent products per LIVE OAK, FLORIDAA
ty to expand facilities to care for Star Greenhand Award wannee County. Chapter Degrees project," Goodwin noted. It will
the added growth. George Townsend who won the "But I'm not men received Honorary depend on how many riders you

I think this small but steady Star Greenhand Award, receiveda do better," he
growth is the type we should seek medal and certificate from to get some life Thought For :
Principal Ralph Hall of Suwannee I Today .,
here for it is more lasting and hasa : Williamson SPECIALS THROUGH APRIL 1
much sounder foundation.To High School. This award is 'that there are By BRODY a HARRIS
presented to the FFA member
that this aboutwe
see comes
between the '
having the most outstanding second "Common sense is instinct. Enough of it is
need to continually promote high, and senior genius "
MACKS G. B. Shaw.
year accomplishment.The SPORT SHOPPhone
and expand our basic assets in caused by a lack .
We all
possess common sense to
chapter presented four men some degree.
agriculture recreation and indus-
in the .;'' though a few among us seem determined
with Honorary Chapter Farmer 362-1305 221 W. Howard St. to prove
try. A blend of the three in the
these divisions. h that the
r amount is infinitely small. Common
Degrees and two women with citations sense
proper proportions would mean a lem could be LIVE OAK, FLORIDA refined a bit becomes "good judgment" and when
Suwannee County like the vast for their service to the 4.' demonstrated in
He also noted inordinately generous quantity it
majority of residents here desire. chapter. The degrees went to personnel under New Straw HatsALL is, as Shaw observed, a reasonable mark of genius
All can have a part,by encour- Harrell Edwards John Schmutz. nator were Supply Perhaps in analysis we might find that each of us
Harry Grant, and Lewis Tucker possesses more native common sense than
aging the events mentioned ear- and work done we might
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
lier that brings favorable atten- the chapter advisor. Mrs. Harrell : suspect were we to follow Its dictates more care-
and should have
tion to the county. Edwards and Mrs. John Schmutz fully and to be prompted and guided less by whim,
One
condition to Lot Casting and Spinning
received citations. pass Y habit prejudice and loyalties of dubious merit.

Greg Greek listing chapter ac- and equipment by Baits 2 for Price of One
No. 2Clarence complishments for the year related team later this .......... ........ For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remember -
Ratliff, owner of Rat- the chapter's awards and M we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to

liff Motor Company, presentedDel active participation in beef cat- No. 5 you. We have always given this service in our area
Williams with 'a gold wrist- tle shows; livestock, land, and miles per hour. LIVE CRICKETS & WORMSAll FREE of charge.SUWANNEE.

dairy judging; and a steer show a school girl who
at the North Florida State Fair. ness to the crash
STORE"I Gallon Thermos 20 % Off
PARKER'SDRIVE In addition the chapter participated appeared Bellamy Jugs .FUNERAL HOME
in a WNER Radio program of the tracks.
during National FFA Week he Howard said a BRODY C. HARRIS
IN added. marks about 3-4 $4.00 Tackle Boxes $2.95
............ .... Licensed Funeral Director
JASPER HIGHWAY David Brengle of Polk County the tracks
625 S. Ohio
Ave.
Phone 362-1832 state president of FFA and that Bellamy Phone 362-1746
principal speaker at the banquet, brakes when he FEW LEFT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
BEST FRIED CHICKEN told; the group that "being state engine and
& SEAFOOD IN TOWN president has been the highest of the train. All Ice Chests 20 % Off
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honor I could ever receive. It'sbeen skid marks
Chicken Box 69c
Served with French' Fries, a pleasure to serve you," by the car's front Baseball

Salad and Hot Rolls Brengle said. According to Gloves & Base Mits 20
1st Off
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Xtra Large 99c The chapter advisor Tucker he and Bellamy
introduced guests at the banquet worship services
CATFISH, SHRIMP and recognized Joe Stokes and wood Baptist 33 Zebco Complete $24.50 Value NOTICEThe

DINNERSWith Mrs. Vincent Jones for preparing morning when Rod & Reel $15.90
All The Trimmings floral decorations at the dinner, Into the front of Spinning .........
$1.50 Duke McCallister for his help in .
preparing the barbecue beef and Boat Paddles
Fresh Custard Ice Cream the cafeteria ladies for preparing No. 6Graham I ............ .............. $1.50

I. Milk 9f All Shakes Flavors and, Sundaes'J I I the meal. of sented the Branford Suggs Owen I 1 Lot Zebco 202 Rod & Reels $7.95I Deadline For For

a Root Furnish Beer 40 Jugs Per GallonWe No.3declared from the Florida I Filing

he had no money to pay ation recognizing
WATCH FOR le SALE the fine and was whisked awayto Star Chapter
the county jail. Ratliff told HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
WE CATER TO The Mayor instructed the chiefof PTA members,
TAKE OUT ORDERS police to see if anyone wanted i that he always
the Negro's services in planting :Branford.


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Menu 28. in the school cafeteria.'Tickets -

are $1.50 and can be bought
April 1 through April 5 at Ware's Pharmacy.

w.e.1 J.J ;_ij.i-r f I fTiw of LIVE OAK FLORIDA MONDAY Everyone is invited to attend
All Meat Stew and see some of the latest fash-
Mashed Potatoes ions and enjoy some good food

L' ESTABLISHED 1884 .. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 46 Green Beans consisting of fried chicken and aM
Cherry Cobbler the trimmings.
Bread Butter Milk .

Branford Personals I Spaghetti TUESDAY First Baptist GA's

t News From BranfordBY Meat Tossed Sauce Salad Hold Thursday MeetThe

Mrs. Nan Sherwood and familyof Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lanham G.A/S of the First Baptlet
Miami arrived Wednesday for and three children of Palm Bay, Jello Church held its regular meeting
: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS a week's1sit with her mother spent the week end here with Mrs. Rolls Butter Milk Thursday. March 20 at the homeof

Mrs. Lois Williams and other Lanham's parents Mr. and Mrs.C. WEDNESDAY Mrs. R. G. Griffith.
ti ,relatives. D. Starling. Cubed Chicken Those present were Cathy Griffith -
\ Area Men's Club 'Women To Hold Woman's Club I Lt. and Mrs. Charles D. Wil- Robert and Mickey Gupton and Stewed Rice Sara Nell Owens, Vicky

Red Cross DriveThe liams and son of Columbus Ga.. Ronald DeLamo of Tampa, and Cole Slaw Sandlin Donna Daughtry. Joann
spent the week end visiting Mrs. Rual Chandler student at the Peach Thomas, and Suzanne Murray.
To Meet Monday; junior Woman's department Club,of will the Discusses AimsThe Lois Williams and Mr. and Mrs. University of Florida were week Bread Butter Milk Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs. R.
Branford Fred Jones and other relatives. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. THURSDAY G. Griffith leaders, met with
Hear FHA Talk hold the annual Red Cross Branford Woman's Club Mrs. S. G. Philpot of Bell. Mrs. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Baked Ham them.
Drive in Branford Saturday. held its regular meeting Wednesday Pat Wason and son of Sarasota Chandler and daughters. Sweet PotatoesLettuceTomato The group will have an assoda-
t March 30, beginning at 7:30 Mar. 19 at 3:30 pan. in the and Mrs. Tom Connella and Mr and Mrs. R. M. Bryant Salad tional meeting Friday night at
The Branford Area Men's Club
pjn. club building with Mrs. W. S. daughters of Gainesville visited spent Sunday in Quitman. Ga., Cheese/Apple Crisp 6:30 at the Philadelphia Baptfet
will meet Monday night April 1 lightson
Please turn your porch Ware presiding.The Mrs. I. P. Philpot Sr. and other visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Shealy Bread Butter Milk Church. Each girl is asked to take
at 8 pjn. The meeting time hav- and have contributions
your meeting opened with the relatives Thursday afternoon.Mrs. and family.Mr. FRIDAY sandwiches.
ing been changed to 8 pjn. during ready. Anyone who contributes pledge to the flag and devotionalled Walter E. Long and Pen- and Mrs. Stacey Rowell of Cold CutsButtered

"the summer months. $1.00 or more will receive a by Mrs. Fred Jones. ny Hatch of Jacksonville visitedMr. Key West were Thursday visitorsof Niblet Corn Apple Sauce Cake
The after dinner speaker will and membershipcard.
red cross a The program for the afternoonwas and Mrs. R. E. Hatch last Mr. and Mrs. Marion Parker. English Peas Bread Butter Milk
be Wendell Roberts, County SU- .
a panel discussion on "What week. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Parker
pervisor for Farmers Home Ad- .
It Means To Be A Club Member". Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Fisherin
ministration.
The aim of the Woman's Club had as guests over the week end Tallahassee Sunday.
i Roberts will discuss the various I Branford Girls To was discussed and also some of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas and .
that the administrationloans
ways things that make a good club son of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. BRANFORD
money such as operating expense Attend FHA Meet I Branford School
The consistedof
member. panel Paul Gresham and family of Tallahassee i
farm ownership water development Several girls from Branford will Mrs.. E. R. Witherall who gavea and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holds Spelling BeeA
soil conservation rural attend the State RH.A. Conven- of club
brief history the and a Land of Mayo.
housing emergency loans watershed spelling bee was held Mon- CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO
tion to be held in Jacksonville very inspiring talk on what beinga Mr. and Mrs. Charles Severanceof
rural area developments Thursday and Friday of this week. club woman has meant to her Lake City visited friends and day morning at the Branford
and furnish general information.The school to determine the contes-
Those attending are Peggy through the years; Mrs. S. L. relatives here Sunday. _
SATURDAY
& SUNDAY
Recreation Committee met tants for the county-wide spellingbee
Ware who will serve as pianistfor Townsend brought out what the C. D. Williams of Newberry vis-
with several interested persons to be held in the near future.In 1
( the convention: Linda Faye club meant to the community; ited relatives here over. the week
Wednesday night at Ivey Memorial Watson who is a candidate for Mrs. W. R. Hill told the club that the 5th and 6th grades Kathy
Park to discuss Fletcher daughter of Mr. and APRIL 6 & 7
improvements state office; Inez Bass and John- the ideals of the Federation of end.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Sessions Of ,.
Mrs. T. J. Fletcher Jr. of O'Brienwas .
ny Kaye Bradley. Women's Clubs were conservationof Live Oak visited relatives and
Tax Deadline Nears They will be accompanied by: youth; Mrs. Orville Moses told friends Sunday. the winner with Carl Cannon 1
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Can- 8
their advisor. Mrs. Reva Munch. of the things the International Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sims of Saturday p.m.
\Collector AnnouncesTax Affairs Department of the club Gainesville visited Mrs.L. A. Sims non runnerup.In
the 7th and 8th grades
Collector Sirs. Lois Williams that are to be made in the near had done and were planning to and other relatives here Friday Janet Howell daughter of Mr.
More about this develop- do in the future; and Mrs. Gra- Sunday 2:30
announced this week that future. night. and Mrs. Malcom Howell was the '. p.m.
April 1 is the deadline for paying ment will be contained in the next ham Owen was. moderator for the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gandy of winner and Charlene Suggs, :
issue of the Suwannee Democratand panel. visited Mr. and Mrs.
1962 real and personal taxes High Springs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
to avoid penalty. as news items .on Radio Stations At the close of the meeting refreshments Tom Minter over the week end.
WGRO in Lake City and of punch and cookies Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Dorsettof Suggs was runner-up.s PARADE SATURDAY 4 P.M.
WNER in Live Oak. were served. St. Cloud visited his parents
\ The officers of the club urge Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dorsett over Mrs. Griffith Hosts

\\ 'WWII all members to be present as the Land Judging Team the week end. Baptist WU
program promises to be an inter- Alford Dorsett son of Mr. and
esting one.Office To Enter State MeetThe Mrs. T. L. Dorsett, is a patient in The W.M.U. of the First Bap- RODEO HEADQUARTERSMoses
TERMITESSWARMING U land judging team com- a Tallahassee hospital.Mr. tist Church held its regular circle
( Supplies at McCrimon's) posed of Gerald Barrs, Raymond and Mrs. T. W. Beasley of meeting Monday night Mar. 17 at
? Smith Charles Drawdy and Wil- Sopchoppy are visiting Mr. and 7:30 in the home of Mrs. R. G. Service Station
son Boone will be participating in Mrs. A. Perry Geiger and family. Griffith.
the state land judging contestto Alex Purcell Alford Dorsett Mrs. Glen Murray had chargeof .
call ttno,95c be held in Gainesville Friday. Billy Collins and Kathy Chand- the program entitled "Spiri- BRANFORD, FLORIDA

This team won the county land ler were delegates to the Student tual Life Development". Sponsored By Suwannee River Riding Club
: judging contest. They will be accompanied Council Convention held in Day- Mrs. Griffith served punch and
i Je 666 by their advisor, Wilson tona Beach last Thursday thru cake squares at the end of the I i
tor the sake of your home Suggs. Saturday. meeting.


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LOUIS J. DAY, President .. ,' :'- : Loans and Discounts $2,585,847.60 t

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Live Oak Student Receives $250 FBA ScholarshipW. Here And There I



Mr. and Mrs. Printice Cameronof ley Brown were among the golfer
: 14 Apex, N. C., spent Monday who played in the Shamrock Go1!
+ x 4 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Tournament in Tallahassee las:
\ ; D. Bailey. week.
: Miss Donna Chastain of Jack- Mrs. Steve Denmark of Jactcsonville -
sonville spent Thursday evening is now home from SLuke's :
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor ?gym 'v with Miss Sinka Koff. Miss Chas- Hospital where she was a

$ J.d1 tain was here to attend the FFA patient for two weeks.
I i Banquet. Mrs. Thomas Zipperer undo: -
Cancer Service Nnit Goodwill Club Meets
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Williams went surgery in a Jacksomi:>
Holds Work DayThe With.Mrs. KelloggThe t 4q: and Mrs. W. J. Nipper visited Mr. hospital this week.
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Service Group of the Su Goodwill Club met Tues- $ and Mrs. Herman Williams in Lee Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hart -. :
wannee County Unit of the Am- day, March 19, in the home, of .; : Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ited Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Denma: ..
erican Cancer Society met in the :Mrs. B. W. Kellogg with six mem- E. S. Carlson of Dunedin in Jacksonville Sunday.
home of the service chairman, bers present. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Tampling S
Mrs._Morgan Miller, 612 Demorest The group read the Bible lesson kx Mrs. L. A. McKeithen. and sons. Andrew Jr. and Land.-.
Street, Wednesday. Mar. 20, for in unison. 7i David McNeil and Miss Edith of Opp Ala., arrived recently :
another work day. There were Mrs. W. W. Hunter and Mrs. Hanson of FJS.U. spent the week spend several days with her pa aents
four churches represented at this Ross Leming won prizes for the end with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. B Ski,'
work day. games played after which refresh- Mrs. D. R. McNeill. of Route 2.
The ladies present wrapped and ments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Dees" Mrs. Henry Earl Skinner 30-.1:
labeled 37 dozen bandages for Mrs. P. C. Powell dismissed the and daughter. Sherry of Tallahassee children Leeann and Sonny. iec*
the loan closet of this county. meeting with prayer. x..'.. spent the week end with Saturday to return to their horn
Lunch for this work day was The club will meet in the homeof Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans. in Virginia Beach, Va. Mr. Ski:',-
furnished thru the courtesy of Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Tuesday af Mr and Mrs. Fred Young and ner left to return to his ship, tI;
the A & W Root Beer Drive-Inn ternoon. children spent the week end at USS Enterprise, somewhere .:
and the Cokes were furnished Clearwater Beach. the Mediterranean. Mrs. Skinne
thru the_ courtesy of the Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Eston Milton of is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs

.Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Class Meeting Held ..z Quitman visited Mr. and Mrs. John Marvin Phillip and M.:: .
Mrs. Miller announced that this Glenn Milton Friday and Satur- Skinner
With Mrs. is the son of Mrs. He'-'
group has plenty of sheets and JerniganThe day.Mr. Skinner. .
cotton padding to work with and Pheban Sunday School _.k and Mrs. James Gaskins .
anyone needing these materials Class met Monday night at seven .a tlti visited their son, Buddy, at the
with which to work are asked to o'clock in the home of Mrs. W. M. Hope Haven Hospital in Jackson- HYPNOSIS IN SURGERY
contact her. Jernigan for their regular meet- ville Sunday.
The next work day will be held ing and covered dish supper with W. T. Loften (left), head of the University of Florida agriculture education department Among those attending the Ice take Brunswick anesthetics, Ga., Unable j

April 17 at the home of Mrs. twelve members present. looks proudly on as two of his students, Billy Ray Cannon (right) of Bell, and Jesse Godboldof Follies in Jacksonville were Mr. Harrison Krebs, 35,Mrs. Benuc"
Miller. The devotional was given by Live Oak receive $250 checks from Roger Taylor of the Citizens Bank. The checks represent and Mrs. Frank Futch Sr. and tized for was hypno-
a spinal .
Mrs. Ike Abbott and a short busi- Florida Bankers Association scholarships and were presented Friday night at the university's their granddaughter, Angela, Mrs. operation had operation.The been sche-
ness meeting was held. annual Collegiate FFA banquet. Corbett Musgrove. Mrs. Jessie
Mrs. Frier To Play duled twice before but each tim
Rigsby Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cheek
Mrs.
Krebs' heart and blood ,
Organ At Nurse Show"A and floral arrangements will be and children, Anna, Tom Jr., and pressure was affected
Young Girls Dream", themeof by Bernice Florist. Suwannee High Honor Roll I Wellborn 4-H Club Bill, and Mr. Cheek's brother and anesthetics.She by t\2

this year's Nurses Fashion The beauty of the models is enhanced To Hold Dress RevueThe sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Spur- was very happy when told
Show sponsored by District 16 of by the expert touch of I geon Cheek of Cross City, Mr. and the operation
Fifty-two Suwannee High Crapps, Sheryl Folsom Dorothy Wellborn Community 4-H Mrs. C. O. Palmer apparently was
the Florida Nurses Association will Merle-Norman Cosmetic Studio. and daughter.
School students in the top four Ann Harrell, Leslie Kirby Sheila Club met March 11. The meetingwas Patsy Mr.. and successful and she would be able
be held Friday at 8 pm. in the All age groups can be assuredof Mrs. Arlis Palmer to walk again.
grades have been named to the McDaniel Willard Patterson. Le- opened at 7:30: with Lenora and daughter Gail
Columbia High School Auditor- a pleasant evening of enter- Mr. and
Honor Roll for the fourth grad- Nelle Phillips, Nicky Tsacrios, Fisher presiding. Mrs. Calvin Palmer and
,
tainment. Adults 75 cents, students Mr. and
ium.Mrs. Alaine Vann, and Lenna Walker. Debra Carver the Bible,
ing period. read
Mrs. E. S. Palmer.Mr. .
Betty Frier will be organist 50 cents, and children 25
for the show and accompany cents. Door prizes will be award- Twelfth grade students are Car- Tenth grade students are Jay and Collean Burnham led the and Mrs. Emmitt Hollandof USE
: Mrs. Betty Burnette who will ol Adams, Sharon Bird Gerald Bryan, Dave Chandler Jimmie ELlis pledge to the flag. Nellie Brady Hawkinsville, Ga., visited Mr.
render solos between modeling ed.There will be no monthly meet- Brim, Glenda Brim, Linda Carter, Kathleen McFarland, Harriet led the 4-H pledge. and Mrs. Frank Futch Jr. last FUCO
Peat Crapps, Willie Mae Deese, Nobles Linda Thomas Richard Miss Bernice Shuler informedthe week end.
scenes. Miss Jewel Moody will be ing of District 16 in April due to
Franklin Flowers, Candy Hampton Townsend, Rebecca Turman, and girls of the dress revue which Mrs. R. P. Mills and
in charge of scenery for the show the fashion_show. Mrs. Har-
Mary White.Ninth will be held in and the 4-H
Jeannette Hingson_. .., _Jean April, Brand
Hitt, Jewell u McCall u, Riette ROSS, graders who made the rally which will be held on May -
Bill Townsend, Joanna Tsacrios, honor roll are Tommye Collins, FOR THE FRESHEST
11.A
DINE AND DANCE Charlotte Wadsworth, and Rus- Marjorie Dees, Janis Freeman, vote on whether or not to SEAFOODSMack's InsecticideFOR
sell Wadsworth. Becky Gill, Harvey Gilmore have a representative at the 4-H Fish Market

: NIGHTLY Those students in the eleventh Phyllis Howland, Carolyn Nott, rally was taken and approved.: r Pine Ave. -
grade include Rose Bass, Patty Jackie Ratliff Hal Sahlman, There was a discussion of pro- Freshness and Quality Assured BEST RESULTSLIVE
BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT Phyllis Stansel, and
Bender, Elaine Boatright, Bobbi Jacqueline jects for the 4-H members. _Phone 362-1650
Admission: $2.00 Couple On Friday Brabham, Stassen Brim, Jenny Yancey. . If
NO :MINORS PLEASE Newspaper advertising is printed -
;, .. The best way to combat a for- salesmanship that brings con-
The watch word was repeatedin est fire is prevent it from starting. sumers news of products.
LITTLE HICKORY meeting.unison at the close of the .

Formerly Country Kitchen The class will meet in the home
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THURSDAY, MARCH 28, '1963 "- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN



Engagement Announced Anna Miller Circle OES Chapter Holds Home Nursing Council

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:iJie4ift > .. .. '..if.l:'fI'::: Met Monday NightThe NightAt Has Meeting TuesdayThere
., : ; a regular meeting of the Su was a meeting of the
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Monday night at the Live Oak Monday evening at the Masonic last' Tuesday in the Blue Roomof

Elks Lodge for their regular Temple. Observation Night was the Suwannee Hotel. M. J. Kirby -

I WOMEN monthly meeting.The observed by the membership. president, called the meetingto
( president appointed a Horry Mills past worthy patron order.
t :' nominating committee Mrs. Bill led the chapter in the Obli- Mrs. B. F. Leigh reported on a

CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor :.:. Rawls Mrs. James Cason. and gation Ceremony. It was announced trip to the annual meeting of the
Mrs. Bob Tuttle. New officers will that the chapter will host the Clay County Public Health Nursing -
be elected at the April meeting local Masonic Lodge on April 1 Council. Mrs. M. J. Kirby.

Bride-Elect Given Mrs. Bispham Book which will be a supper meeting at 6:30 p.m. by preparing a buffet Mrs. Beverly Nelson and Mrs. G.
given by the president, Mrs. Del- supper. The Blue Lodge will con- B. McLean Jr., accompanied: Mrs.
Luncheon Thursday Club HostessMrs. ton Wilson for circle members. fer the Third Degree on several Leigh.Dr. .

Jackson F. Bispham was Mrs. Wilson reported that she candidates at that time. Paul attended a Civil Defense -
Mrs. Dave McNeill entertained hostess to the book review groupof had been notified by the Suwan- Worthy Matron Mrs. Mildred meeting in St. Petersburg
at her home on Eleventh Street the Department of Educationof nee County Fair Association that Kye, announced the Grand Chap- last week end.

last Thursday with a luncheon the Woman's Club on Wednesday Y ,' ',. 'f.A the circle will not be given the ter of Florida, O.EJ5., convenes in The loan closet is being renovated -
honoring Miss Patsy Cannady of March 20. Coffee and Coca- fair ads for next year. Therefore Jacksonville April 25. Five members and will be in use soon.

Jasper whose marriage to Lee Colas were served to the membersas ,.." I- plans are being made for a projectto of the local chapter are Anyone with wheel chairs, hospital
Monroe Crews HI, of this city will !..',::''....
they arrived. f ;:' n.yfici: :: opyyji raise money for the Harry- scheduled to attend. They are beds, or other items that
be an event of April twenty- During the business session it A'M Anna Crippled Children's Home. Mrs. Gilmer Kye, Mrs. George T. they would like to donate or loan.

eighth. was decided to meet at 10 o'clock.It '.t Every year since the circle has (Pete) Wright, Mrs. W. M. Ward, please contact Mrs. Deatm Gorton
Pale pink and white azaleas Intermingled was also voted to allow the :!h:' F' "yCfir1 been organized they have boughtone Mrs. J. C. Baxter and Mrs. Nor- in McAlpin.
with and crystal hostess each to invite man Protsman.
spirea of meeting
$100 certificate and other Redbud Circle To
I
.
love birds formed the floral ar- one or two guests. : items for the Home.

rangements.The The program was under the direction ? The circle sponsored the Mus- Basketball Game Ends Sponsor Party

small tables where the of Mrs. John Castleberry ,..<. cular Dystrophy Drive and it was The Redbud Circle of the Live
guests were seated were centered who introduced Mrs. Frank Wil %:.' announced that Suwannee Coun- In 23-23 Tie Oak Garden Club Inc.. is sponsoring -

with old fashioned nosegays of liams. The program for the day <;: : : : .:ft1' ty raised. over $1,000 for this The Future Teachers and the a Stanley party Friday
Robert Frost and his .
dwarf azaleas in pale pink. was poetry. v. ]0' The book "A Swinger Of Birch- .
The hostess presented the hon- Suwannee High School foughtto
The meeting adjourned and refreshments -
es" reviewed. This book is ter.The
oree with silver in her chosen pat- was I' were served in the a 23-23 tie last Friday eveningat public is invited to attend.
called Portrait of Robert Frost
tern.Present is a written Cox. ;: : Ball Room by the hostesses, :Mrs. the Coliseum The game was All proceeds from this party
with the honoree and and by Sidney will to the Live Oak Garden
Dave B. Eggleston and Mrs. EarlF. enjoyed by everyone who attended. go
Mrs. Williams read the following ... ,......,. ,,. ... .. :: t
.
d"'' r :;;;:> ::
hostess Mrs. J. C. Cannady Club Inc.
.
were : ; : .
: .., ; : ..::.:. .'::: ;* .? .. _! & Walther.
Robert Frost "The .. r'
mother of the bride-elect Mrs. poems by : :.y4.::.: /:" < :;"%:.3+'!r-.... %. ';
of Death Of The Hired Man", "Love Mr/ : ::::::" :;?:: .f"v. '_
Lester Cannady, sister-in-law .' : ;1 .
And A Question", and "A Girl's / .::"'' WS/y -
the Mrs. J. Graham
honoree. and Airs. S.G. Godbold Rt. 4 Lake the
Garden". Mr. of City announces *
Black Mrs. C. D. Baker Mrs. Eu- '
gene Adicks Mrs. Sayer Canova The next meeting will be heldon engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Vonnie I ,wTi I''OPPOR" sADS I

Mrs. Rodney Fourakers Mrs. H. April 10 with Mrs.. B. F. Leigh. Adel. to Jimmy Ray McElveen of this city. T4 : IITY
:M. Curry Jr. Miss Donna Collum The bride elect is a graduate of Suwannee High School and is

Miss Virginia Vickery all of Jasper McAlpin P-TA To Meet presently employed by Independent Life Insurance Company of -
; Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr., mother Jacksonville. e FOR RENTFOR Motor Rewinding
Tuesday EveningThe
of the bridegroom-elect Mrs. L. Air. McElveen is a graduate of Suwannee High School and LITTLE
M. Crews Sr., paternal grand- regular monthly meeting of is employed at the Suwannee Funeral Home. RENT Downstairs front Repairs and Rewinding
mother Mrs. Charles R. Locke the McAlpin P-TA will be held comfortable Any Kind Electric Motor
Will be event of twenty-sixth at apartment. Very
The wedding an April seven BIG RESULTS
Mrs. T. Jason Kennon, Mrs. Har- Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the convenient location. Call 362- Also Sales and Service
McAlpin School. thirty. in the evneing at the Westwood Baptist Church.No CALL
vey Perry and Mrs. Ralph Cox. 2208. cge tf
The program will feature an invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives of BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE McCuUers Electric Motor Repair
old-fashioned spelling bee. the couple are invited to attend the wedding and reception which FOR RENT Two furnished Telephone Day 362-3278

LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING All parents are urged to attend will be held in the social hall of the church immediately followingthe Whatever the purpose you win apartments. Call 362-2319 or -Night 362-3396
this meeting. ceremony. find Democrat classifieds do 362-2935. Cge tf 217 E. Howard St.
the Job, quickly and well Hunter Bros.
Buildingcajj
Small or Large Areas Birth AnnouncementMr. FOR RENT Furnished apart U
Mrs. Warner Feted With ShowerMrs. - -
ment private bath private
CALLH. and Mrs. Mattox Ward of I
Live Oak announce the birth of a Webster Bailey Mrs. Jack es for the games played.A DEADLINE FOR INSERTION front and back entrance conveniently i O HELP WANTED

.. G. TURNERNight son Tuesday Mar. 19, in the Su- Ratliff and Mrs. Eunice Woods pink and blue motif was car- located. Call 362-
wannee County Hospital.He honored Mrs. H. M. Warner Jr., ried out' in the floral arrangements 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays 2742. cge tf WANTED Women to work soda
963-2751 has been named Henry Mat- with a stork shower last Thurs- and refreshments. fountain and curb. Apply in
Day 963-2373 tax Ward m. day afternoon in the home of Mrs. Eighteen guests were present. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS FOR RENT Furnished apartment person A & W Drive In. cge tf

or writeP. Mr. and Mrs. Brody Harris are Ratliff. 2H cents per word with a with one or two bed- HELP WANTED Male or fe-

O. Box 475 the maternal grandparents and Mrs. Allen Wooley Mrs. Frank Shop your newspaper ads and minimum .,f 75#. rooms. Private entrances no male. Two ladies and two men
WELLBORN FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward are the Jenkins, Mrs. Ralph Carroll, and keep the savings in your own poc- small children. Phone 362-
business.
to
(All classifieds must be paidin help me run my
__ dH paternal grandparents. Miss Maren Brorsen received priZ- ketbook. 2441. 608 W. Duval St. cge tf
the earnings
advance. Above average no
dull seasons, no layoffs dignified
ONE WEEK FREE FOR RENT Three bedroom
work. Apply to Louie Phil-
I house on South Ohio Avenue;
ordered for four lips Room 11, Suwannee Hotel,
Classifieds also two bedroom apartment on
36 that weeks, run the last week free. South Ohio Avenue. Phone 362- Live Oak Fla., 8:30 am. and 1
days proved $2.25 will pay for a 30 word 2630. Winston Rogers Realtor. p.m., Thursday and Friday this
advertisement for four weeks. week and all next
Democrat Classifieds cge tf week.pace
_H Use Suwannee 46
for Proven Results.
FOR RENT Two bedroom OOPS! PARDON OUR ENTHUSIASM -

Estate house newly decorated. Jasper Just lost two good
Fords total performance !' For Sale-Real Highway. Phone 3621515.pge men one to promotion, and

FOR SALE Three bedroom 46 the other to another company.We .
brick home tile bath, carport must have something good.If .
natural gas heating hot water FOR RENT One 6-room and you can live on $400 per
heater. Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. one 2-room furnished apart- month while preparing to be in
RIVERSIDE CAL. MONTE CARLO PURE OIL TRIALS DAYTONA FLA. ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- ments private baths 213 N. the $10,000 class six months
1 2505. pbbe 43-47 Walker Ave. Phone -362-1074. from now see Mr. Joe Hardenat
January 20 January 23 January 27 February 24In tf
cge the Suwannee Hotel in Live
total performance test of brakes, The'63 Falcon V4 Sprints made their In a competition designed to test IIIDaytona "500" history was made when FOR SALE Two bedroom block Oak Friday. March 29 from 8
suspension and steering on the twisting debut with a fantastic showing in the around performance, Fords were over63)5 Fords blazed into the first five house in Pinewood SubDivision. to 10 a.m. cagd 46
Riverside sports car course Dan 2,500-mile Monte Carlo Rallye.Through all winners in Class I land Class II!in the places! Since Daytona is the toughest Low monthly payments and FOR SALE
Gurney drove a Ford hardtop to victory Europe's worst winter weather they Pure Oil Performance Trials at Daytona. track in the world,this was eyewitnessover small equity. Contact Joe Brin- DOES PUBLIC OPINION INTER-
43 other stock cars. The 500-mile placed 1st and 2nd in class Besides this fob/performance design added up proof that Ford's total performance
grind demonstrated Ford's superior ...one Sprint defeated every entrant in to most total points in gas economy, design can endure the maximum in son. nc tf FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins EST YOU? We are seeking
stamina and road-holding. the Rallye's six special stages. acceleration and braking events. automotive punishment. guaranteed not to leak. capable people to do interviewing -
FOR SALE Two residential Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf for The Gallup Poll on a
lots just two blocks from Setz- part-time basis in Rural Hamilton -

er's Store best buy in town. FOR SALE-New and used plan. County. Rate: $1.35 per

Easy terms. H. E Leech. os. Frier Music Co.. North Ofek hour plus 8c for mileage. Write,

w 1...I.A: cbbe 44-46 Ave. Live Oak 362-2188. sending complete resume of
?A cge tt qualifications and job experience -
FOR SALE 2 year old 3 bed-
-_.. ,.,. including age and educa-
..... room house tile bath carport
J. 9 HP ALL GEAR drive economy tional background. Apply to
natural gas heating hot water
heater, 1461 Pearl Ave. Call tractors. The finest for farm Public Opinion Surveys, Inc., 53
and garden. Three models to Bank St.
". 362-3585. pbbe 45-48 Princeton New Jersey -
choose from. Attachments for cagg 46

FOR SALE -Residence on paved all uses. Priced far below any-
street, city water gas and sew- thing in its class. 905 Fifth
0 MISCELLANEOUSVISIT
: ett. Q. FALCON SPRINT HARDTOP Street Phone
er. Three bedrooms two baths,
3623051.pbee
S ,. 43-46
carport. Low down payment
-- 4V' ; ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.
; -' priced to go. 10 years financing.
Residence three bedrooms bath FOR SALE Wisconsin engines Machine machlneless, and cold

i ..r---, ; and half bath plenty shrubbery and parts. Clinton Engines and wave permanents given. Ope-
,: shade trees pecans. in parts. Poulan Chain saws and rators-AnnIe H. Mills Mary

nice neighborhood. This is a parts. Chain saws from $129.95 Drew Boatright. MyrtIce Croft,
modern home and priced to sell. up. 905 Fifth St.. Phone 362- and Frances Johnson. Phone

A f y'14' ., Low down payment, long term 3051. pbbe 46-49 362-1831. Ole tl

.- financing. United Farm Agency.
FORD WUXIE500/XL 1957 36x8 house trailer for sale Douglass High School parents and
Charles Locke Phone 362-3205
SPORTS MRDTOP -- __ ?.. 'V 2 bedrooms full bath. Ideal for patrons are urged to join their
.
:w---- and 362-1215. pdej 45-48
your lake or river lot. $1600 P-TA now. We need your help.

FOR SALE About 1 acre land cash. See at Morgan's Trailer Call J. L. Bevell principal 362-

17 bearing pecan trees deep Park on West Highway 90. 1192. cge tf
well. WiU sell cheap for cash. pge 46 I
Septic tank and drain field
Also, 10 acres beautiful home-
/
cleaning. Suwannee, Madison
site on paved road near Dow- FOR SALE Two good rebuilt
White sewing machines In cabinets and Hamilton Corgi Call J.
ling Park. See J. B. Wilson,
Wilson's Grocery 431 11th St., like new. 1 treadle and 1 W. Darby, Jasper after 6 pan.

Live Oak Fla. cbbj 46-47 electric $79.50 each or $65 cash. cajj tf

Also new and rebuilt Singers LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY -With
and other types in Call
portable.
WORK WANTED Dex-A-Diet. Pull week's supply98c.
52 a..S Mrs. C. G. Travis 724 BrownSt Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17
1 ; 362-2744 Bell Wheel Sew-
1p. INCOME TAX RETURNS ing Machine Center. caae tf
Long Form (1040) $4.00 '

Farmers Form $4.00 FOR SALE Pure-bred Duroc 1 S Complete Brake

-- Brown's Bookkeeping Service service boars and gilts. From Service
Office 6 miles west registered stock. Priced to sell.

and here are the 63]'s that gave total proof of Ford's Nobles Ferry Roadpajj 46 Lonnie 1421. B. Hurst. Phone pbbe 46-49 362- T AutomateTranwatesfeta


dura b i I and h and Ii Repair
ity n
g the Daytona 500. On every busy cross street- If it's Ford-bunt For SaleAutomotiveFOR
you want the brakes that won on Riverside's A Points & Pigs

You may never see a competitive auto event But sports car circuit Your engine will hold up better it's built for performanceat SALE 1958 4-dr. Fairlane MAYRATHSPRAYERSPARTS

30 mph on rain-slick blacktop, in the closethrough years of turnpike use because it's as ...total performance! Ford good condition. Priced to LUBRICATIONIv

packed rush of 5 o'clock traffic, on a twisting beautifully balanced as Falcon's Monte Carlo sell. Call 362-3051 or 3623219.

1 mountain road, the results are important to you. V-8's.0 The winning competition car is bound too FO R 0 pge 46 WASH & WAXStan'

On every slippery surface you need the kind be a great road car-and Ford is the big winner!

of readability! that placed five Fords out front in m.YWSTliUTIlOLorDUODAlUtaUCT$ C@) IIOTClCDWMY, ratma.ruawc.raaa, .Tauraoraea FARMERS: It takes money to Turn west at Noll's Grocery on

make money.See your coopera- the Branford and Lake City Road. S 8
tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan.
SALES RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANY.S PHONE Terms up to 7 years. See Then take the second graded road
PHONE C North Florida Production Credit to the left.

Association, S. Ohio Ave.,
362-1112 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 362-1112 362-2588 Live Oak Florida T. E. (Edward) McCALL 66 Service

YOUR FORD,FORD TRUCK, MERCURY, COMET AND FALCON DEALER JN"THE SUWANNEE VALLEY .1 cal tf phJJ 45-48 LIVE highway 4A8. 9* West
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TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963



Singing Pattersons Turn Professional : :*.Forests1occupy 21,015,800 Florida Flags of four governments _

News And Activities From Recreation Area acres.- 60.5 per cent of the those of Spain. Mexico the Confederacy I

total land area of the Sunshine i and the United States-

THE RECREATION CENTER. On Lake LouiseArlie State. hare flown over Tucson Aziaona.



By CHARLES PULLEY, DirectorAs r K. Townsend indepen- I Public NoticesIN J

dent insurance agent here, recently _

many of you may know I Saturday night and they saw two > .4. purchased a 300 acre site on

spent last week attending the exciting basketball games. ay Lake Louise near Live Oak on the THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT MONK ASSOCIATESunder

Florida Recreation Association To illustrate the excitement and rrh White Springs Road that he intends IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY which we win engage in buainees.! i
IN PROBATE We expect to ia
FLORIDA. engage business
Convention in Tampa. This wasa tension that can be built up by to develop into an elaborate IN RE: The Estate of Live Oak. Florida and or address m is '

most enlightning meeting and these young basketball teams one recreation area open to the pub- THOMAS RADFORD, Route 8. Box 88. Live Oak. Florida. ;
De< it was very interesting to see and coach had to close his eyes and lic.Townsend NOTICE TO CREDITORS W. CHatwt Nkkerson Jr. 501

hear what other Recreation Departments not watch the final minute of one bought the propertyfor AU erediton of the Estate of Thomas Jobs M xl.y 50*
deceased herebynoti- Dated this 19th day of March A.D.
H. Radford.
the state the this If $67,000 from A. L. Rodenberry are
thruout are of games season. you fied and required to f any sly m or 1963.

programming.It missed seeing the league play you through a local realtor. demand which they may have against W. CttaUo Nfeken. Jr.

was also gratifying to note missed some good basketball. Work is already under way to Jnd said'e eetate of Snwannee in the Office Count of,.. thenouain 45-48 John M.xfey '

the Live Oak- build concrete boat ramps. Picnic the Court House at UT Oak Florida
that capita
per within six (6) calendar months from NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
tables shelters and 100 foot
Suwannee County Recreation De- a the date of the first publication of this OR TRADE NAME LAW
partment favorably with Cancer CrusadeSet strip of beach will be completedby notice. Each claim or demand muststate TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
compares early summer Townsend said. in duplicate, in writing, and must Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
many larger and more established the place of residence and must ** pursuant to the fictitious
recreation departments in Florida. According to Townsend the address of the claimant besworn name statute. Chapter 29(1. or Section
For ..- lake site will provide faculties for to by the claimant, his agent T r 866.09. Florida: Statutes. 1941. will]!
This comparison includes physical AprilThe his attorney or it will become roid M- register with the Clerk of the Circut
plants attendance and swimming picnicking boating. cording to law. Court in and for Suwaaaee County.
programs
:w 8 > SCharles Winston Radford Florida, receipt of .
upon proof of
: skiing an drecreation unique in publication
community support. For example Suwannee County Chapterof : .i t : i Thomas H. Radford Jr. of this notice the fictitious name

,. one city of 100,000 popula- the American Cancer Society this area. SGeorge H. DaleExecutors to-wit:
its annual crusade in Townsend said he expects recreation LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY
tion does not have one recreation will begin i +: 45-48 not incorporated

center that is owned by the Recreation April according to Mrs. M. L. I ( Aa. and pleasure seekers liv- under which we wfli engage ia basinet
There is Googe. '' /: ,, ing within a 75 mile radious of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT We expect to engage in business n
Department. one .
'.l .', IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY Live Oak, Florida and oar address 4
Teen Center but it is privately Mrs. Googe urged the com- <: the lake to come and take advantage I FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Oak FVrMa.
of these new facilities. RE: The The extent *f ownership is entire.
to this drive and t.
owned and operated.The munity support .. !. Estate MIZELL John A. Ckambliss
Recreation Department in contribute "to the worthwhilecause .. ..u. Deee**.d. Waarfa B. ChamMiss
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dated this 1Mb day of March A.D
this school cafeterias, of helping to fight cancer". .. . 196S.
city uses .< .. All creditors of the Estate of Flossie .
church buildings. Women's Club Listing the expenditures of the McAlpin Group C. Mhell. deceased are hereby notifiedand Jsta A. ChaatUiss
>.' required to file any claim or demand Wanda B. Cbambiiss
Buildings, and Garden Club Cancer Society she said 33 per Sets Fish FryThe which they may have against said I 45-48

Buildings for its Teen Centers. cent of the funds are spent for s'fi estate in the Office of the CountyJudge I
research designed to effect a cure McAlpin Community Im- of Sawannee Count Florida in I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
The of the Live .,
young people the Court House at Lire Oak, Florida. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
Oak-Suwannee County area are for the dread disease. Twenty- :a provement Club has scheduled a within six (6) calendar months from FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FLOR

fortunate that the adults in this nine per cent is used for educa- fish fry for Saturday March 30 the date of the first publication of this IDA. IN CHANCERY.
notice. Each claim or demand must be SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
area had the foresight to provide tional services to inform people at 5 pjn. filed in duplicate in writing, and must ZINNIE GAMBLE and her husband

them with Recreation Center about the things they need to Plans are to hold the fish fry state the place of residence and post FRED GAMBLE.
a office address of the claimant and must Plaintiff.,
and playground such as they have. know to help them fight cancer at the baseball diamond if good be sworn to by the claimant his agent n.. \

The Student Recreation Boardof she said. weather prevails with the schoolas or according his attorney to law., or. it will become void J. I. KIRKLAND Defendants., et al., d

the Live Oak-Suwannee Coun- Financial support to approved an alternate in- case oi inclem- SRobert W. Cannon NOTICE TO DEFEND

ty Recreation Department met tumor clinics, transportation of ent weather. Executor IN THE NAME OF
45-48 THE STATE OF FLORIDA
:
last Saturday morning and discussed indigent patients to and from Chairman T. I. Dasher has TO: Each of the following named De

the reorganization of Friday clinics bandages dressings and made arrangements for a good IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fendants: Elha s..... J. L Kirk tan.'.
OF J. D.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Evans.
Vfley A. Hart v. A
and Saturday night activitiesat loan closets receive another 20 per program which will include a FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN Hart. Vilo Hart, Leo Hart. W. R.

the Center. They will meet cent of the funds. The Singing Patterson sisters joined the ranks of the pro- demonstration of an automatic NEE DIVORCE COUNTY.AND OTHER IN CHANCERY RELIEF wife Mosley, Elsie and B.Audrey Herndon.W. R.Mosley.W. Sle-his

again this Thursday after carrying Two per cent goes for field studies fessionals Tuesday. The talented threesome, daughters of Mr. and tobacco stringer. This program CAROLYN J. BALDREE maker and all persons individual*

the discussion back to their and reorganization, eight per Mrs. Willard A. Patterson of Live Oak, received checks from Cope- should be of interest to all tobacco '91.XINEPHARD. Plaintiff spective corporate unknown or partnership, their re
spouses living
classmates at the high school for cent for administration and eight land Sausage Company of Alachua for their performances on the producers in the county. BALDREE. dead, their unknown heirs at law cr;

their viewpoint. It seems likely per cent for fund raising she con- The fish fry is being sponsoredby DefendantTO living or dead sad all natural De
cluded. Jimmy Strickland Show over WJXT-TV in Jacksonville each Sat- : Xinephard Baldree. Adel, Georgia. fendants whose names arc not known
that someKrcorganization: of these the Community ImprovementClub You are hereby notified that a Com to the Plaintiffs, their unknown cor-
programsJ Ft.n be made in the near urday night. The girls will appear for their third performance on to raise funds needed to car- plaint for a Divorce and other Relief porate Defendants, partnerships trus
.* the show next Saturday at 7 p.m.Rec has been filed in the above named Court, tees, creditors or otherwise whose
future. -' CD Classes ry out their projects for the com- and you are required to serve a copy names are not known to the Plaintiffs -

The 12-11 Basketball League is ing year.Anthony. of your Answer or Pleading to the Com- or any persons claiming by
plaint upon the Plaintiffs Attorney through under or against them, and
over for this year. It has been ScheduledCivil Wm. Randall Slaughter P. O. Box 508. any persons, parties, corporate or individuals -
termed a successful program and Defense classes will be Center Basketball Live Oak Florida and file the original who may claim any right
Levere 4 points each and in the office of the Clerk of the Cir- title or interest to the lands described -
win be continued next year. We held tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 Tom Cheek and Doug Townsend cuit Court Suwannee County Florida herein:

will try to get sponsors for the at the Branford School Cafeteria Eagles Fight Comeback Battle 2 points each. on or before the 19th day of April. A.D. You that and each of you are hereby notified
1963 if you care to contest the same, a suit in equity has been
basketball teams next year to pro- with A. Perry Geiger as instruc- The Falcons were headed by otherwise the allegations of the Com- brought against yea by' Ziaafe Gamble

vide uniforms and trophies. Over tor. Everyone is urged to attend. plaint will be taken as confessed by yon. and her husband, Fred Gamble, in the
To Edge Falcons In Tourney Alvin Greene and Danny Edwards Done and ordered in Live Oak Florida Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit -
onehundred'people attended the with 6 points each. Buddy Good- this 18tb day of March A. D. 1963. of Florida, in and for Suwannee
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12- 1 Basketball Tournament last (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) let and Glenn Jernigan both contributed Lavaughn A. Sessions County, Florida, and you are hereby
Jim Clerk of Circuit Court summonsed ordered and required to
By Clayton
2 points each to the Snwannee County Florida file your written answer er defenses to
Parents and other (SEAL) the Complaint filed herein against
spectators interested in the Rec- you
total.Comets By: Geraldine M. Gamble D.C. In said cause, in the office of the Clerk
reation Department's 12-11 Basketball League really sawa Take ConsolationThe 45-48 of the Circuit Court in and for Suwan-
nee County,
Florida
thriller Saturday night in the Coliseum as the Eagles Comets took the honors in NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO in Uve Oak. Florida at on the or Courthouse before the

suffer from edged the Falcons 18-16 for the tournament championsnip. the consolation game after over- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No- 6th day of April, A. D., UI', and serve
: why a copy of the said
coming an early lead. After trailing tice is hereby given of intention to apply answer or defence
; to the 1969 Session of the Florida UpOn W. J. Winburn Jr.. Attorney for
in the first quarter 7-4 the Legislature for of act misting Plaintiffs. P. O. Box lit Live Oak
passage an -
Earlier in
the evening the Com- ,be counted out and began an Florida on or before aid data
to small claims
in
court Suwannee as re-
Camets rallied to hold 12-8 lead
COLD WEATHERJ ets defeated the Hawks in a con- amazing comeback. a County; amending section 7 of chapter quired by the Laws of the State of
solation at the half and were never head- %686%. 1951, as amended by chapter 57- Florida. If you fail t. do ... a decree!
game for third place bya managed to 10 big pro eonfesso wig be
They score throughout the remainder of 724, Laws of Florida, providing changes entered against you
19-16 score. points in the third quarter while ed in fees for filing providing effective plaint.for the refit .ssa..4ed fa the Com-

Bad Humor ? I The Eagles and the Falcons I holding the Falcons scoreless. The the game. 'date.44-47 'I The nature of said nit Is to esUfc
led 15-12 at the three-
They luh title to the
gained the finals through Satur- final bat- foUo.descTibt'\)
quarter was a see-saw quarter mark and then coasted to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE land, in the Plh tHfs, to quiet titJ.)
day morning victories over the tle down to the final thirty seconds THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and to remove clouds th rfrooi as net

Comets and Hawks. The Falcons when the score was tied 16- victory. FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN- forth in said Complaint enjoin and 1'1-
Michael Strickland led all scor- NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. strain you and anyone from assertim*
Get New LOW COSTAMERICANtafldard defeated the Hawks in the morn- 16. with 10 points to the I SUIT TO QUIET TITLE any right, tHfe. interest claim or dtmand :-
ers pace
ing opener 20-14 followed by theEagles' GEORGE V. MCCARTHY and DOR- in and to said lands, or everv
24-15 the The Eagles then dropped in a Camets. He was followed by Law- OTHY E. MCCARTHY his wife: part or parcel thereof and from pros.-

victory over basket and time ran out for the rence Pert with 5 points and RAYMOND ELDRED and his wife, eating or attempting to prosecute any
Comets. This set the stage for the AGNES A. ELDRED. suit in equity or action at law. to oJ-
Falcons ending the game Eagles Keith Stapelton with 4. Plaintiffs. tain possession of title to the following
show down
battle between the
over the Falcons 18-16. It was a Joe Phillips led the Hawks net- '\ described real estate, all lying and IK-
Eagles and the Falcons for the A. GOLDSTEIN et aL. lug situated in Suwanaee County Flor-
great game between two real good ting 7 points. He was supportedby Defendants. id*, to-wit:
. Whole House Heating and Cooling first Little League Basketball teams. Charles Howes with 3 points NOTICE TO DEFEND The West Half (w%) of the Eaa'Half
Championship sponsored by the IN THE NAME OF (E%) of South East Quarter
Live Oak-Suwannee County Recreation The Eagles showed a balanced and Chuck Warner Ronnie Johnson THE STATE OF FLORIDA: (SE%) of Section 16. Township 4

attack led by Michael Pittman and Hank Ratliff with 2 TO: Each of the following named De- South.40 Range 12 East; containing
Department. fendants: A. Goldstein J. Dicker- acres more or fou.
Q.
for free dtfTmafft eat Championship GameIn with 6 points Steve Quillen and points each. son Victor H. Knight Monroe, C.aithre. The name of the Court in which sa,T
John ,A. Graham and O. O. suit has been instituted is the Circn, '
the championship game the Carter, and all persons individuals, Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, rand
corporate or partnership their for Snwanaee County, Florida ar.d t
FRIER MUSIC CO. Falcons appeared headed for an tive unknown spouses living or respect dead the abbreviated title to said cause if
easy victory as the first half end- STUMP BROS. and all natural Defendants whose Zinnie Gamble aDd her husband, Fred i
Gamble vs. J. I. Kirkland, et aL
names are not known to the Plaintiffs,
ed with the Falcons leading 12-2. their unknown corporate Defendants, Witness my hand as Clerk of the Circuit -

PHONE 362-2188 It was a different story in the sec- VALDOSTA, GEORGIA partnerships. trustees creditors or Court and seal of said Cturt ia Live
Oak Suwannee County, Florida, this,
otherwise whose names are not on
ond half as the Eagles refused to BUILDING SUPPLIESQUALITY FIRST known to the Plaintiffs or any persons 8tb day of March A.D.. 1W.Lavaugkn .

claiming by through under or A. Sesslsas
against them and Clerk of Circuit Court
any persons par
ties corporate or individuals who Snwannee County, Florida
: Westinghouse Builtin Oven claim any right title or interest may to (SEAL)
the lands described herein: By: Geraldine M. Gamble D.C.
: Buick You and each of you are .hereby noti- 44-47
imagine a and Cook fied that a suit in equity has been

Top ..................$192.36 brought against yon iy George, V. )Ic- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF
Carthy and
Dorothy E. McCarthy, his SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
? wife; Raymond Eldred and his wife. IN RE: The Estate of
I 36" Attic Fan W/Shutter 72.00 Agnes A. Eldred. in the Circuit Courtof Olive Russell also known as
5 .. the Third Judicial Circuit of Ftor- Mrs., Olive M. Russell
for da; in and for Suwannee County FlorIda deceasad.Notk Y
ollly$2338 and yon are hereby summonsed, Of FBi-c Petition
Atlas Attic 18.00 ordered and required to file your written For Discharge
Stairway......... answer or defenses to the Complaint Notice is hereby given that I have
filed herein against YOU te said cause i filed my Final Returns as Administrator
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit of the Estate of Olive Resell also
Window Guards. 5.90 Court fat and for Snwaanee County. known aa Mrs. Oil,. M. Russell, deceased -
Burglar
ITS TRUE Buick sales records And we're Florida at the Courthouse in Live Oak. and that I have filed my Pet-
toppling.
are celebrating. During "record Florida tion
on or before the 6th day of for Final Discharge, and that on
setting days," stake your claim on the trim, jaunty Buick Special. Americas only V-6 April A. D. 196S, and serve a copy of the 12th, day of April, IMS, I will apply -
2-0x6-8 Door 4.75 aid answer or defense upon W. J. Win- to the Honorable Reeco Brown,
car engine. Plus famous Buick comfort luxury and room. Only $2338.75.* Like one? Mahy .............. '>urn Jr., Attorney for Plaintiffs, P. O. County Judge of Suwanaee County
Come on in. .lox SS9 Lire Oak. Florida en or be- Florida, for approval cf said Returns and
tv BONUS! EXCLUSIVE RCADYNAGROOVE ore said date .. required by the Laws for Discharge of cinch Administrator.
UP. 2-8x6-8 Screen Door 5.992.8x4.6 of the State of Florida. If you faU to do George Morris

iJust $1 with special order ............ v> a decree pro eonfesso win be enter Administrator of the Estate of
"L ed against you for the relief demanded Olive Russell also known as
form at Buick dealers.(Most 'n the Complaint Mrs. Olive M. RasseB. deceased
Buick dealers have album.) Aluminum Window The nature of said suit is to estab 44-47
lish title to the following described
.and, In tie Plaintiffs to quiet title ando IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
p? 111' 1 remove clouds therefrom as set forth JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY
1- Screen 2.56 a said Complaint, enjoin and restrain FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.

'" ...,.. ......;.:. t ................................... TOO and anyone from asserting any i, IN RE: Estate of
.th : :5 interest claim or demand TERRY
.... a and to aid lands, or every part or
I 'S d" f.II.l 3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet. 6.90 creel thereof and from prosecuting To AH Creditors anted Persons Having
\ ... v Demands
attempting
i PmQhq't;' to prosecute any suit in or Agaiast Said EstatClaims :
.,...... .."..:, .. ..'.! "quHy or action at law to obtain pos. You and each of you are hereby noti
'B Cession of title to the following deseribd fied and required to present any claims
i f 1/4 AD Plywood-Sheet 2.35 real estate all lying and being situ- and demands which you or either of
I .... IUd ia Suwannee County, Florida to- you. may have against the estate of
Irwin D. Terry deceased late of said
{ witiWtt of the NEB S% of the County, to the County Judge of Su-
-.-. Prefinished Plywood Ju NW% ; NWU of the NE%; NE% waanee County, Florida, at his office
of the 8WK ; and all of the W% of ia the court house of said County' at
: .._=i the SWK lying and being Northof Live Oak. Florida within abc calendar
the Lake City and Ptnemount month from the tiso of the first pub-
Mahy 5.10 Birch 7.68 Road to Section lication of this notice. Each
I. Township 4 claim or
..... ...... South Range 14 East. demand shall bed writing, and shall
The name of the Court in which said state the residence and post
uit has been instituted is tN Circuit office address of the claimant and shall
Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet 1.40 ourt of the Third Judicial Circuit to bo sworn to by the claimant agent or
.dad for Suwaane County Florida and attorney, and any each claim or de
he abbreviated title to said maud sot so filed shall bo void
I Ii L Oak No. 1 Com M 185.00 Teorge V. McCarthy and Dorothy CMS Z.is Caffio P. Terry
Flooring McCarthy, his wife; Raymond Eldred Admtaistratriz of the Estate of
ud his wife. Agnes A. Eldred TB. A. !*** D. Terry, deceased
;Goldstein et aL 4447IN

... 15 lb. Felt 2.15 Witness my hand as Clerk of th. Clvralt -

.............................. Uve Court and seal of said Court in W THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
cad os.srtcbnfs........ .s..w ...rdu.t wS..$McW a.ms.......tNdsl fns Oak. Sawaaae County. Florida, on AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY,
.
.I *.c ,M.M[sae Ta...s.DIeIIr OI/I.-y W IIss4q CIIIr ). this 8th day of March A.D.. 1968 FLORIDA. Bl PROBATE.
'_ _, TftneaiWiMi durta.Steta M
Key-In-Knob ............ Clerk of Circuit Court P. PARKER,
811..ee County. FJorida Decease
(SEAL) Notico Of Fata* P.titio. For
Bulbs 20 By: G *Idia. M. Gamble. D.C. Fatal Disckarga.

record Light ea. .................... U-41 TO ALL WHOM IT KAY CONCERN:
setting days filedNotice Is hereby given that I ban
NOTIcE UNDER FICTITIOUS ) ht1Ir1a. as

No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum TO WHOM OR TRADE IT KAY NAME CONCERN lAW: the that Estate I have of filed T. IDJ'P. Parker petition Administrator, deeeas for final.d.of

Notice Sa hereby given that albseh.rgs and will apply to the
the onderslgn.d HODor-


: at Buick dealers !) Awning Window, ea. ...... 15.95Se stmt Court tion register 111.0'stat1lte.Ja with. and,panaant Florida'the Chapter for Clerk Statutes Suwaau.to 1111.of th.the 1811 fictitious 01'County Circuit See-will. ahWtrator u.4eeeued.refocus 4th and 1111.. Brown of for tIae for,filial Estate County aPPl'OTaI dBseharg of Judge.f T..tH P., as s Park-tIuJ April All.-



Us For All Your Building Needs FJorWa..,1IJIOa reeeipt. of proof of nhHatMe Joe P. ALa
Aa
<4 this a.tlci Qe fieUUoq Mme 1Mstaator of the .titat
I to-wit: of T. P. Parker
deceased.
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