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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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Favorable comment and awards if:! .L .

that reflect honor on the com-

munity are to be particularly Held
cherished, for such items tend to t Project Revived Subject

show the basic thinking and actions -

of the community. As one Branford Area Men's Group For BurglaryIn
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Live I take Oak great and pride Suwannee in any achieve-County. Hears FHA Programs AiredThe Texas Jail

ment that sooths my ego and [
pride in this community.Such ..J ale county supervision, of the Farmers Home Ad- Sheriff Hugh Lewis reported -

an award was reported in : ministration Monday explained the objectives and programs this week that he

last week's issue of the Suwannee : R .. of the FHA to the Branford Area Men's Club. tracked down an ex-convict

Democrat. { : Lvi Wendell Roberts told the club that FHA can apply in Jasper, Tex., suspected of

Coach Gene Cox was notified four essential type of loans i in this area.: He explained robbing the Suwannee Coun-
,
Association that in order to receive an .1"111\ ty Tax Collector's office, and

loan, the applicant must be un- got a confession from the
High School of this city as winner /' / Mrs. Boatright able to secure financing else- man after six hours of in-
of the Big Bend Sportsmanship ; y. where. terrogation.The .

'Trophy. This award is given x- Roberts said the FHA extends subject is Edward J. B Mk
80 Dies Funeral
not only on the sportsmanship
k loans to help farmers
operating of Orlando, Lewis said. He ws
displayed by the team on the field
improve and develop their land, being held in Jasper, Tex. on suspicion -
but on the behaviour of fans, Services SundayMrs. furthering their economic devel- of a series of burglaries
school officials, and coaches.I .
opment. He added that this is not there. The man admitted that he

think this is one of the finest Monroe Boatright, 80, of only good for the farmer, it is a had eight previous felony con-
tributes to to the local
come Live Oak died in the Suwannee boon to the whole community.The victions and had served much of
school, for it recognizes a basic
County Hospital Saturday follow- speaker gave an example the past 20 years In federal pris
principle of all sport events ing a lengthy illness. where FHA gave a loan to a farmer -
good clean play and fair treat- ons.Bezek
'\ Mrs. Boatright, a housewife, with 251 acres last year who admitted robbing both
ment for visitors. '' was born in Suwannee County had exhausted his credit else- the Suwannee and Okeeehobee
There was a time not too many
and lived here throughout her where. The man received a long County Tax Collector's offices after -
years ago that this' city could not ., lifetime. She was a member of term loan on his farm and a loan he was picked from a six-man

have won such an award for at the Westwood Baptist Church. to make his crop. This year, Rob- police lineup by a person from
times our fans were cruel, vindic- Sheriff Hugh Lewis and Police Chief El- thrown from the spinning automobile and died
Funeral services were held in erts said, the man repaid his crop Okeechobee County who recognized -
tive and downright rude to visit- wood Howard examine the battered 1962 Buick shortly after the accident occurred. H. D. Allen,
loan made installment on
the Westwood Baptist Church and an him.
ing teams and officials. Under that last week served as an instrument of death a passenger in the vehicle, is still confined to his term loan. In addition,
with Rev. J. W. Baillie and Rev. long In addition, a man who lives in
Principal Ralph Hall and Coach for Bethel E. Bellamy of Live Oak. Bellamy Suwannee County HospitaL His physician reported W. T. Newsome officiating. She paperwork has been cleared to Lake Butler and works in Suwannee -

Cox this has been changed and drove the vehicle into the path of the "Gulf that he is much improved from the injuries was buried in the Philadelphia lend the man another sum to County, identified Resek

people now enjoy coming to Live Wind," a Seaboard passenger train. He was he sustained in the mishap. Cemetery. build an irrigation system. Rob- through a photograph Tuesday
Oak for athletic events.I .
Mrs. Boatright is survived by erts said. evening as a man he saw loiteringIn
think much of this improve- three daughters, Mrs. Alma Gill Secondly, the FHA makes soil the Suwannee County Court-

ment is due the Bulldog Boosters Baseball Team Is !''Undefeated Commission Signs of Live Oak, Mrs. E. E. Williams and water loans. These are loansto house shortly after noon on Feb.
organization which has done and
of Live Oak, and Mrs. C. M. Hol- farmers for building irrigation 11, the day of the mid-noon robbery -
continues to do an outstandingjob Smash Columbia land of Mayo; two step daugh- systems. of the tax collector's office

in supporting local high Bulldogs High Contract To Buy ters, Mrs. Ethel Houck of Live According to Roberts a new here in which $800 was stolen.
school athletics. These have
men provision in the soil and water Lewis said the Lake Butler
Oak, and Mrs. Clara Midgett of man
been generous in giving time and 12-0 For 5th loans permitting the extension of described the and told
Straight VictoryRiding GraderThe Miami; one son, Ross Boatright of suspect
effort to improve the
physical Caterpillar Live Oak; three step sons, J. Q. loans to associations for com- him after the robbery that he
plant at the. school and at the the crest of a four game winning streak, the Boatright, Joe Boatright and C. munity water systems. All com- could identify the man if he saw
fame time promote goodwill and Board of County
feeling for this city. Suwannee High baseball squad humiliated Lake: City in,a.. sinners met Monday-and cOmmls-1 M. Boatright, all of Live Oak; munities are'eligible who can him again.
*" -' four sisters Mrs. Lou Brannon of show potential for repayment. Two Suspects
similar the embarrassment lastfall. ,
:manner to Tigers .
t I am as proud of'this latest sign a contract with Ring Power
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Sums to be loaned -
Live Oak Mrs. Marjorie Gambleof up $500,000 can Lewis said he secured iaferaa-
The riddled the Columbia and : ;
honor as I am of the Keystone Bulldogs High field Corporation of Jacksonville for
at 5 cent interest and car- tion In
Live Oak per on two suspects
Mrs.
Nancy Hingson one
Conference Trophy won by this pitching staff for 12 runs- 8 of them in the first inning the purchase of a No. 12 Cater-
ried for 40.
Miami .
of Clearwater, and :Mrs. Ada Mc- years. the other in Orlando.On
year's football eleven on the grid- I and allowed the Tigers no runs on pillar Motor Grader.
Leod of Live Oak; and one brother The third type of FHA loan, Friday, March 29, Lewis
iron. I think every resident of this one hit.Darrell. Ring Power Corporation submitted i A. W. Ross Sr. Roberts said, is the farm owner- siad he and Richard Marsh of
community can share in this ContinuesCar Croft, the winning a cash bid of $20,000 for I
Mayor Active pallbearers were Marvin ship loan. These are tailored to the Florida Sheriffs Bureau requested -
award.It racked the Tigers for a the machine, and an $18,200 bid
pitcher, I Sullivan, Donald Williams, Theron the needs of the family type farm. that Okeechobee County
would be well if the shut-out, the first in his high for the machine with a trade in
com-
Case Hingson, James Hingson, They may be granted for purchasing Sheriff J. C. McPherson accom-
munity determined to have Wreck school career. Croft of one of the county's old graders. -
now pitching farm
enlargingthe
James Allison, and Randall Gill. a family pany them to Miami to check on
that trophy come here year after struck. out two of the first three The Board accepted the tradeIn Honorary pallbearers were Albert farm, raising timber, building the suspect there. The Okeecho-

year. Prestige gained by it could Warns SpeedersMayor batters he faced, and frustratedthe deal. Starling, Eldess Horn, Shel- recreation facilities, or improving bee County Tax Collector's office
easily overshadow Columbia team's scoring efforts Florida Equipment Company
the high-
even ly Palmer, Floyd Ross, Arnold essential buildings. had been robbed at noon on Feb.
est success of playing fields and J. Marvin Phillips hearda throughout the seven-inning submitted the low bid of a No. 10-I I Brim, and Doss Paulk. The fourth type of loan s for 4, about a week before the Su
D Huber Motor Grader of $14-
courts. contest.
Suwannee Funeral Home in dwellings. A new provision under wannee robbery.A .
involving was
case in City Court Monday -
Dean Croft led off for the 883.75 cash. Both machines met
69-year-old live Oak enrage of arrangements. (No. 5 Continued on Page 8)) thorough check of the sub-
Plans for the big Forestry Day a Bulldogs in the bottom of the first required specifications. Ring Power ject in Miami failed to produce

event here on April 11 have been Negro who was charged with reck- inning with a walk. Johnny Hurst Corporation stated a two-year any evidence, the sheriff said.

finalized and indications are that less driving, causing an accident he followed with a double, bringing guarantee in its bid. I At Governor's Conference The two sheriffs then returned
license after
hundreds of industrial, financial, and having no in one run. Milton Sumrell got No guarantee was stipulated in to Okeechobee and contacted authorities
business, and governmental lead- smacked into a brand new 1963 on base with a single and Harry the Florida Equipment Companybid. in Orlando regarding the
Ford owned by Game Warden SRA Chairman Presents Future
ers of this state and nation will Carl Hawkins. Taylor singled to bring in two other suspect. The authorities reported -
be here. more runs.Malcolm. Beer License
Officials of the Seaboard Airline The accident occurred last weekat Brady batted out a Mrs. Velma P. Sheely appeared Suwannee River Development Plans burglar the and subject had recently was a known been
the intersection of White Ave-
Railroad, sponsors of the affair single and Myron got on base on before the Board with a petition arrested in Sanford for burglarly.
Strett.
Westmoreland
check daily to see that all is nue and off of White Avenue the an error. Darrell Croft followed requesting that certain areas in Chairman John C. Camp of the Suwannee River They added that the suspect had
in readiness for the influx of visitors I Turning with a walk, and Dean Croft hita and around Wellborn be zoned
Authority presented the Authority's 15-point of been released on bond and had
Negro, Allen Wilson of Live Oak, program
against the sale of beer.
in another
here. Many will be seeing : single driving run gone to Jasper. Tex.. Lewis said.
took a generous share of the rightof The county attorney advisedthe development in Tallahassee last week at the annualGovernor's
our county for the first time and' on a one-base drive, bringing Calls Texas SherUILew1.s
many will go impressed with way and crashed into the side home another tally. Board that it had no authority Conference on Water Resources and Develop-
away said he then placed a call
of Hawkins' car, causing about $85 to do this. The Board then mental Pro rams.
the potential of this area. Then Hurst stepped up to the i to Sheriff R. C. Pace of Jasper
Local residents have damage. plate and got the Lake City voted against granting a licenseto The program included continuing
an oppor- Tex. Pace said he was holding a
tunity to make these visitors wel- Hawkins said he had just pitcher out of trouble with a terrific the Curve Inn Court in which I cooperation with the State I I ernor and the Cabinet served as man suspected of committingseven

come and see that their stay here bought his new Ford, and the car double with the bases loaded, beer could be consumed on the Department of Water Resources the Florida Board of Conserva- burglaries in Jasper who

is pleasant and interesting. A had less than 700 miles. Wilson scoring all three men. premises. This establishment is during its study of the low-level tion. Bryant spoke at the luncheon was driving an .auto with Florida

friendly and warm reception for: testified that he had just boughthis The inning gave the Bulldogsan located on U. S. 90 east of Well- dam located at Suwannee Springs and former Senator Ran- license plates.

those coming here will do muchto 1953 Plymouth and was driv- eight-run lead and spelled defeat born. completed late in January.In dolph Hodges, director of the Lewis and McPherson got the

enhance the prestige of our ing it home from the dealer's lot for the Tigers who were unable In other business the Board addition, the Authority's Florida Board of Conservation, introduced witness from Okeechobee County
when the accident occurred. voted to contribute to the include of the the various
area. to muster any serious scoring $2,000 plans Improvement speakers, and rented a plane in which they
The Negro had no liability insurance threat. Suwannee River Authority for the Suwannee River for navigation by which included Camp.
driver's license.He flew to Jasper on Sunday. Sheriff
Interest in the livestock promo- and no license Suwannee scored another run fiscal year 196364. providing a channel six feet in I I Camp said that although the Pace of Jasper was holding both
tion plan of the Suwannee Coun- told the Mayor that his in the second inning and added The'comm1ss1on voted to write depth from the Gulf of Mexicoto Authority's projects and objec- Bezek and his wife in custody.
in 1951.
ty Chamber of Commerce is expired to three more in the fourth. the State Road Department requesting Branford, and a channel four tives are listed in numerical order Bezek confessed to the charges
Wilson
reaching various parts of the Phillips instructed The team is undefeated with that road signs be placedat feet deep from Branford to the the projects are not given priority.He after being confronted with the
with
state and reaction is most favor- work out some arrangement consecutive wins over Jennings. all intersections of county, Suwannee River State Park at said the Authority plans to eyewitness, Lewis said. .

able. Hawkins to pay for the damages.to I Santa Fe, P. K. Yonge, Monticello secondary state, and federal Ellaville. carry each of them forward as According to Lewis, there are
also told Wilson
In contacts in other parts of: The Mayor licenseor and Lake City. roads. Governor Farris Bryant and all rapidly as possible and many of no witnesses who can identify
driver's
the state recently a number of avail himself of a in the The Bulldogs will tangle with Rubin Willis was relieved of his the State Cabinet members attended them will be moving to compleNo. Bezek as being near the scene of

people have asked questions about yard leave, continuing his car the parked case until Mayo on Friday. (No. 4 Continued on Page 8) the conference., The Gov- ( 6 Continued on Page 8)) the Texas burglaries. However

the plan. Main comment of approval next week. authorities there will continue to

is the fact this is some- "In the meantime I'll decide (No. 7 Continued on Fare 8))

thing this county is undertakingon what to do about this" Phillips Speaker Aires Communist Indoctrination
its own without federal or added.
To
state aid. Follows the old principle Mrs. Mary Sue Butts appeared A Engineer Perfect

of help to those who help before the court and plead guiltyto Kiwanians last week hearda Code of Conduct Here are some excerpts from American university graduates of Cable TV System

themselves. causing a minor accident and startling report on the affects Hunter said that what actuallydid this document: U. S. political history and philosophy A spokesman for Cable TV

The realization is growing that having no valid license at the of psychological indoc- happen was of such import Communist Analysis ; the federal, state, and of Live Oak said Tuesday thata

Suwannee County will become the time. She had acquired a license trination of American pris- that the armed services adopteda "Based on our observation of community organizations; states factory trained engineer from

leader in rural counties of the before court on Monday.Mrs. in Chinese Communist Code of Conduct in 1955, that the American:soldiers and their and civil rights, freedoms, safe- Jerrold Electronics, Inc. of
state in the years ahead, basedon Butts' case was continuedtwo oners was announced by the President officers captured in the war for guards; and how these allegedly Philadelphia analyzed the Cable
this and other tangible efforts weeks ago and she failed to POW Camps of war duringthe himself rather than the Chiefsof the liberation of Korea from the operate within his own decadent system this week and ordered

being made to direct our growthin appear in court last Monday. She Korean Conflict.Rev. Staff. capitalist-imperialist aggression, system. additional equipment necessary

channels based on sound but told the Mayor that she missed Hal Hunter pastor of the ; The Chinese attacked the core some facts are evident. The Am- MHe is exceedingly insular and to further perfect It. ,

progressive thinking. the session because she had to Northwood Baptist Church in of American minds of the cross- erican soldier has weak loyaltiesto provincial with little or no idea According to the .pokeMoan,

Florida is to continue to grow take her little girl to a hospital in West Palm Beach and a formerU. section of American youth who his family his community, of the ,problems and the aims of this equipment win arrive here

in the future. This is indicatedby Jacksonville. S. Army chaplain, told the found themselves spending a long his country his religion and his what he contemptuously describesas within 7-10 days and be in-

every forecast made on a na- Phillips fined Mrs. Butts $25, group the affects of Communist period of time in a Communist fellow soldiers. foreigners and their countries stalled. He said the system had

tional leveL This growth will continue and in view of no previous offenses indoctrination on the 7,000 Am- society.An "His concept of right and wrongis He fails to appreciate the experienced; some difficulty at

to be well above the na- suspended sentence. erican soldiers was devastating. evaluation of the American hazy. He is basically materialistic meaning of and the necessity for the tower.

tional average. James Russell Greek plead guilty "The results of the Korean soldier authored by the Chief of and he Is an opportunist. By military organization and any He explained that this difficulty -

Cities and urban population to speeding and was fined $15. POW study and the study since Intelligence of the Chinese Peoples himself he feels insecure and frightened form of discipline. Is caused by strong signals

centers will get the vast part of The Mayor suspended sentence on the Korean War of personnel Republic in Peiping; served .as He underestimates his I "Most often he tends to feel from other channels that have

this population explosion but it good behavior considering Greek management, leadership and mor- base for breaking American sol- own work and his strength and that his military service is A hate_ interfered with local receptionover

is to the areas such as Suwanneethat had no previous traffic'"violations al fiber of our servicemen left diers.: his ability to survive. He is ignor- ful unavoidable servitude to be .the Cable. He added that

Florida will look for sound Stephen M. Hudson plead guilty our branches of service confusedon "It Is 'a Communist document ant of social values, social .conflicts tolerated as briefly as possible and this interference will be trapped

and conservative thinking ands to speeding and also received how to keep what happened which I do not endorse but it has and tensions. then escaped 'from as. rapidly as out by the new equipment improving -
s
planning a $15 fine from Mayor PhillipsNo. from ever happening again" enough truth in it to distrub me" ""There is little or no knowledge possible. or he Is what they call reception over the

(No. 1 Continued on Pare 8)) ( 2 Continued on Pare 8)) Hunter said. Hunter said. or understanding even among (No. 3 Continued on Pace 8)) Cable. ,




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TWO .. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963

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THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Burning The Midnight Oil
FLORIDA'SFarm 0

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
*'In The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley99 s. I IWhY

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BANNER Consolidated LEADER IVs AFTER sooty As Z ,
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 TWELVE FILL. otrf l4 SCMON
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street 1D INCOME

Louie Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher I BED... ( t34 TfX FORM FrontBy -- ----

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor riir ,' a Did America Fight

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor : In thinking about chances for Europe and snuffed out free gov-

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager another war. and trying to avoidit ernment in all of Eastern Europe.
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida s' Doyle E. it is good to reexamine the rea- This means the American peo-
: ConnerTobacco
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 sons we fought in the last two ple should be wary of new wars
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 world wars. Do you know, really in the Congo in Indochina, or In
farmers who try to why the United States went to Europe, even if they are conven-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance produce a big crop without regardto war against Germany In World tional weapons wars. With the
l cultural practices that will pre- War I and in 1941? terrible modern weapons new
RJ4 MEMBER OF serve the quality of their product Was it. In the first instances available with these lessons obvi-
fSUWANNE! 9 may expect to find their income because the Germans sunk ships ous to all who would study his-
= l' Florida Press Association f COUNTY> sharply reduced next summer. with Americans aboard? Was it. tory, surely this is the time for

-, 0 SUWANNEE COUNTY CIIAAtBER y "w That's the warning from the U. in the second Instance, becausethe Washington to press not for a test
COMMERC S. Department of Agriculture Germans threatened us or attacked -_ ban on nuclear weapons but fora
0'Chamber of Commerce which has announced that low-
1 us first? i ban on their use In any future
rrnr ., I -4w16lE' quality tobacco is going to be The bare truth is that, in war, while striving at the same
PAID sharply discounted from now on. World War I, we went to war because time to keep the United States

The Crisis In Our SchoolsThe Grade standards and price SUP- of sympathy for Englandand out of any future war.
4/ 11 + ports in process of revision for France, and for democratic -Lake Wales! News
Suwannee County school system is in serious some time will reflect quality according freedom. But that war spawned .

trouble. The problem is a lack of ,money. to present market stand- Communism (1917). The next Fiery Weed Kills
You might say this is nothing new.Whenever bud- ards and consumer preferences. war, if one studies history, began The newest thing in weed kill-
Tobacco in the lower grades will when England declared war on ers is an old fire. An
get-making time rolls around almost bureau weapon -
every agency
be supported at a low price level.I Hitler for invading Poland. But agricultural research center at
department, board or other political entity that expends -
have a word of caution for our the war did not save Poland for Plainview, Texas Is experimentIng -
public funds raises a big hue and cry for more Florida tobacco Work
It. growers:
Happened In democracy or even recover Poland. with a "flame cultivator"a -
money. This is true at all levels of government. And it closely with your Experiment Sta- Neither war created better con- huge spiderlike machine which
has become so commonplace that most people merely shrug tion and your county agricultural ditions for the free world. In the spouts fire through metallic lines
their shoulders, mutter a few appropriate superlatives,' Suwannee agent to obtain the best advice last. Communism advanced a I I into low-lying weeds without
and pay little attention to the whole business it always County available for producing a quality thousand miles into Western damaging the soil or crops.
Use approved varieties and
seems to work out anyway. crop.
Well, we don't intend to be alarmists, or push any follow sound cultural practices.Don't .
try for quantity at the expense -
panic buttons. But, this time, the shortage of funds neces- of quality. WASHINGTON REPORT I
sary to operate Suwannee's schools is real, it's serious, 192319381953From
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and it could have a devastating affect on the education of By SENATOR SPESSARD HOLLAND
USDA has been careful to takeno
your children if something is not done about it.
The Files Of The position either for or againstthe PRATT & WHITNEY AIR- RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
Here in a nutshell is the situation.
of MH-30 which our
use CRAFT EXPANDS FLORIDA FOREIGN AID ARE SOUND
Suwannee County like all of the counties in the ..,,; SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Florida growers contend has not FACILITIES Last week end The so-called Clay Report which-
state depends on state funds to supplement local taxes caused any deterioration of quality Florida Congressman Paul Rogers was submitted to President Ken-
for operating the schools. These state funds are distri- in their crop. It points out, and I participated in the ground- nedy last week contains a num-
buted to the county through the :Minimum Foundation Forty Years Ago - 1923ate however that MH-30 is only one breaking ceremonies preliminaryto ber of corrective recommendations -
Program an act of the Florida Legislature which Regular band music ,can be Veterans states that he has of several factors that affect construction of expanding facilities which I believe would if
sets minimum standards for paying teachers in various heard every Friday night at the received identification papers for quality and If a grower uses it, for Pratt & Whitney AIr- adopted, vastly improve our for-
ranks of education and teaching experience.To City Hall beginning at 8 o'clock.Mr. the Confederate Veterans Reun- he does so at his own risk. craft near West Palm Beach. eign aid program and result in
get this state money, counties must first put up a Ed Porter is an experiencedband ion to be held at New Orleans. Cultural practices which USDA The new installation will con- large monetary savings to this na
specified percentage of the Program funds. This is referred leader, and in spite of the Judge Dickert never misses a reunion asserts have an Important effecton duct research and development in tion.This
fact that he has been out of harn and states that five have tobacco quality include: the field of liquid rocket propellants study group comprised of
to as the county's participation in the Program. ess for sometime, he warmed up already signified their intentionsto (1) Improper use of fertilizer. and is a multi-million dol- top-level business executives
When this Program was enacted into law, county under the color at once, and real- attend. (2) Excessive irrigation. lar investment.The headed by General Clay and authorized -
participation was computed at 25 per cent. But through : ly is the most enthusiastic mem- I (3) Close spacing of plants. growth of this space exploration by the President to advise -
the years this initial percentage has changed because of ber of the band. He even forgetshis On last Friday stock taking was I (4) Harvesting immature to- and defense facility which on national policy in this
the mathematics of calculating the counties' share basedon radio. completed at the Radford Jewelry bacco. developed and produced the na- area finds that we have attempted -
this ability to pay. Peter Angelus assistant tailor Store and J. T. Payne took (5) Use of chemicals to control tion's first liquid hydrogen rocket to do "too much for too many"
Since 1957, the ante required to qualify in the Mini- to F. Weiss is also an old band I possession and became the owner suckers. engine, has been phenomenal. and should reduce the number of
mum Foundation Program has steadily increased. For the musician, having served in the of the entire stock and good will. Unless all of these practicesare From a starting handful it has nations covered by the program.
had to put $286- band of the. Johnny Jones Show.I The business will be continued by carried on properly, the tobacco swelled to 5,800 employees occupy- Among its major recommendations -
1961-63 biennium Suwannee County up
Porter plays baritone and Angelus Payne and in addition to the is likely to be harmed. Par- ing a 7,000-acre site. Its annual are these: other prospering
931 to qualify for the state portion of the Program. This plays, tubor or bass horn. 'stock heretofore carried he will ticular care must be used in applying payroll is $43 million with an- nations which we helped after
expense absorbed about half of the local funds availableand add a full line of drugs and drug- chemicals for sucker con- other $18.6 million spent yearlyin World War n should assume
spread thin money for other expenses including trans- The Suwannee Farm Bureau gist sundries and a registered trol.So Florida for non-product pur- greater shares of the burden; aid
portation, maintenance and improving facilities. met with the Rixford Community pharmacist will have charge of it's up to each farmer to chases. should not be given for the estab-
This year begins a new biennium. And the price Council at its regular monthly the prescription department.The raise his crop in a manner that lishment of government-owned
looks higher than we can reach. Under current law Su business session on Wednesday will assure the best quality. The Industrial and commercial enter-
wannee County will be required to put up an estimated afternoon. We feel this was the Easter egg hunt at the FairGrounds grade of his product and the resulting vestigate the whole field of pesti- prises which will compete with
state in the 1963-65 most successful community meeting Sunday afternoon was support level will dependon cides and insecticides. It is reported existing private business; contri-
$366,824 to qualify for the money department since the tour started out on a-highly enjoyable affair to all the quality of the tobacco he their comments are highly butions to U. -N assistance agen-
research
biennium. This figure is computed by the its campaign and we believe everyone participating little tots and larger markets. critical of the chemical industry.I cies should not exceed our pro-
of the State Department of Education. will get better as the tour children too, being there in Federal agencies' administrationof I portionate share of our regular U.
What this means is that under current law, Suwannee goes forward. great numbers and a good many Incidentally I don't think we the laws regulating the chemi- N. assessments now pegged at 32.-
must come up with an additional $80,000 that it doesn't parents and grandparents were have heard the last of the uproar cals, and carelessness on the partof 02 per cent; administration of
have just to get the state money. Judge Dickert, commander of there to look after the children. started last year by Rachel .Car agricultural producers who use foreign aid should be greatly
The Florida Constitution sets a maximum s levy of 20 the local camp United Confeder- son's book on the dangers of using them.I tightened; emphasis should be

mills on property designated for school use. Suwanneehas chemicals in agricultural produc- wouldn't be surprised if thereis placed upon loans rather than
reached this limit. Little money can be had by cutting Ttcenty-Five Years Ago - -- --1938 tion and disease control. a congressional investigation of grants; Latin American aid shouldbe
the schools are operatingat Rotarians at their weekly session Directors of the Suwannee "Silent Spring" has been at the the whole situation one of these given only to those nations
back in non-salary areas
relief sightt'h..nnO'n Monday noon passed a reso- County Fair Association met Friday top of the non-fiction best seller: days in an effort to settle, if pos- which will cooperate by changing
a bare minimum now.In short, no is in lution requesting the Board of night and approved three list for some months but while i sible, the controversy that has their own tax laws and otherwise

., & local fundsbillscheduled* i County Commissioners to erect plans to promote quality livestockand still among the best 10, it slipped been raging over whether modern helping themselves.The .
A to be presented to the Legislaturethis the contemplated new jail on poultry production in the recently to 7th place.In agricultural practices are endan- committee also expressed
session would provide relief if it is passed and enacted property other than the Court- county.T. Florida, all segments of the gering the public health, and de- belief that we can reduce military
into law. It proposes that the Legislature permanentlyset house square. agricultural and pesticide indus- stroying fish and wildlife. aid to $1 billion annually at an
county participation in the Minimum Foundation Pro- Charley Helfenstein speaker L. Overstreet announced here tries have been co-operating on an There's an Imposing volume of I early date; and that use of its
gram at 25 per cent. If this measure passes, Suwannee of the occasion and gave a Thursday afternoon that he would educational campaign that seemsto evidence to support the contention criteria can cut our present pro-
to ante $273,393 in the 1963-65 bi- highly interesting and amusing seek a seat on the aldermanic be effective in reducing greatly that without the use of chemicals grams by some $500 million at
would be required up
of the Minimum Foundaennium talk on mistakes allowed to creep board as councilman from Ward the hazards Involved in use of we would not have the agricul- once. I shall support these recom-
its 25 cent share
as per into newspapers of the country One in the city election.A agricultural chemicals. Our pro- tural abundance we enjoy today. mendations.
tion Program. However, there is by no means any guaran- and how one word can change the gram, first of its kind in the nation CHANGES SOUGHT FOR APPROPRIATIONS -

tee this bill will pass. We think and earnestly hope entire meaning of a phrase or sen- delegation of great size vis- is being promoted in other Do you think we may be get- PROCEDURE-
for the sake of education in Suwannee County that it tence. ited the monthly session of the parts of the country by the chemi- ting close to the saturation pointin Recently I testified before the
will be approved. But observers thought it would be pas- Board of County Commissionershere cal industry. shopping centers? Government Operations Committee -
sed at the previous session and it was rejected.If Firemen answered a call Mon- Tuesday forcing the boardto Nevertheless, a considerable stir Far from it. The International In support of Senator John
the 75-25 proposal is enacted into law, Suwannee day to the home on Helvenston have an open hearing In the is expected to result when the report Council of Shopping Centers esti- McClellan's bill of which I am a
would have to put up approximately $13,000 less to get Avenue occupied by Mr. and Mrs.C. courtroom on a movement spon- of a White Houseappointedpanel mates 800 to 1,000 new centers co-sponsor, to provide for the
the state funds than it did in the current biennium. In the N. Stich. An oil heater caught sored by the civic bodies of the of specialists and scientistsis will be built this year, bringingthe establishment of a well-staffed
this Suwannee's immediate needs of fire and caused considerable city to move the jail from the published. Their job was to in- total in the U. S. to 7,500. joint Senate-House committee to
event of happening
smoke damage to the house and Courthouse study continuously and In depth
fulfilling its upcoming biennium requirements could be furnishings. square.. the appropriations requests of
Ten Years
Ago -- - 1953
met without difficultyHowever each federal agency.It .
the county is faced with paying additional Irving Gibbs was Inducted Into THE TAX BITE A cattle and hog sale at J. D. house last Saturday night with a would create a permanentstaff

funds for teacher raises. The Florida Educational Asso- office as Exalted Ruler of the Ralph T. Moore writes in the Odom's Livestock Pavillion here rollicking display of country tom- of experts to assist both Ap-
ciation is making a strong bid to raise'salaries in all ranksof Live Oak Elks Lodge Tuesday Oregon Voter: "Just about every Wednesday was termed good, and foolery. propriations committees In their
for beginning night at Installation ceremonies hog men were expecting the annual consideration of the bud-
teachers starting with a $400 per year increase thinking person in these United
conducted by C. L. Johnson from the quarantine on Suwannee Countyto Carl Carver of the Wellborn4H
teachers with a bachelor's degree. Since the spe- States President on get.Enactment
toward edu- cial district deputy Tallahassee. down is deeply concerned with be lifted Thursday. Club, won the county-wide of this measure
1963 Legislature appears to be sympathetic Gibbs has served In this capacity our tax situation and what it is Tuesday the herd of hogs sus- tractor driving contest staged at should permit more economical
cation, it is likely that some salary increase will be ap since the lodge obtained its char- doing to our economy. A current pected of being exposed to VE was Live Oak last Saturday Leonard action in all appropriations matters -
Whatever the increase be it will be tacked destroyed and the pens and live- assistant an-
proved. may ter. cartoon epitomizes the issue rather Cobb county agent representing great Improvement -
onto the Minimum Foundation Program and the counties well when it depicts a taxpayer stock thoroughly disinfected. The nounced yesterday. Howard Goff over the present system
will have to pay a portion of it. These raises would add Orders were Issued by Adjutant leaning over a fence to watchan livestock commission said earlier of McAlpin won the "Dad's" trac- which gives too much opportunity
to our existing financial crisis, or nullify some of our gainif General Vivian Collins April 1 attractive federal taxcut prospect this week the ban would probablybe tor driving contest. A banquet for to the spending agencies and allows -
promoting Major Robert G. lifted by Thursday If those both boys and dads was held in too little protection of the
the 75-25 proposal is approved.Let's while a horse of local and
assume the 75-25 bill becomes law at this ses- White, native of this city, to the state taxation approaches with steps were taken Sweet Pea's Cafe that night. public Interest.

sion of the Legislature, and Suwannee is able to get up rank of lieutenantcolonel.Fire teeth a-gape to take a big bite The Live Oak City Commission Seventy-eight children, most of Six POLL-TAX additional AMENDMENT states Nevada-
out of his, the taxpayer's, rear.
the money necessary to qualify for state funds. Then completely destroyed the And so it goes all over the na Is renovating the local fire department them from Suwannee County but Tennessee, Connecticut Pennsylvania -
what about the next biennium? The one after that? and Central School Building in the tion. The higher taxes so blithely in order to accommo- some from Hamilton and Colum- Wisconsin, and Kansas -
how about the urgent need for new facilities and improve- Southeastern part of the county voted In past years now returnto date a brand new fire engine ex- bia, were examined at a crippled have ratified my Amendment
ments to the current plant and equipment? Monday night. Origin of the blaze clobber us where and when it pected In .any day now, but Fire children's clinic sponsored by the which would eliminate the poll
Sonner or later we are going to be trapped in a financial could not be determined. hurts the most." Chief Luke Haddon said yester- Live Oak American Legion Club tax In federal elections. States
maze with nothing ahead but a colossal dead end. day the department was not get- In the annex of the First Metho- acting favorably now number 28.
ting rid of "Old Betsy", a 1918 dist Church last Friday.
about half of the school's local funds and all personnel to teach WHITE HOUSE DINNER -
Right now subjects in which they have little or no Model.LaFrance engine.
Mary and I attended first
of the state is being used to pay salaries. In the formal training. For our
money example, a teacher trained in social Ten years ago the Live Oak formal state dinner at the White
coming years, it appears certain that an even higher per- studies or English might be required to teach biology or. Jeanette Land, daughter of Mr. Police Department consisted of House last Wednesday evening
centage of local funds is going to be needed to meet mathematics. This is not only unfair to the teacher, it's and Mrs. Leo Land Rt. 4, Live six officers Clinton D. Bass, which honored King Hassan of
minimum salary expenses. While the number of teachers unfair to the student and it plays havoc with our accreditation Oak, won an award for outstand- W. R. Mercer Kenneth Allen, Bill Morocco. The King his brother
needed to operate our schools is not increasing rapidly, standards. ing merit In fashion illustration Saunders, Frank Austin North, and sister are most Interesting
salaries and other costs are going up. And they are in- The problem seems endless. We are staring into the 1 at the 22nd annual exhibition of and C. B. Bailey and Chief young people.

creasing faster than revenues.At face of a budget crisis in the immediate future. Assumingwe student work at tingling Schoolof Permon Foy.KIwanians. The President and Mrs. Ken-

the present Suwannee has the dubious distinctionof get by it, there will be another, and another, and an-. Art In Sarasota. nedy presided most graciously over -
their
at weekly session the large
paying less money $3,600 per year for beginning other one after that unless something is done here and City Jail Inmates were trans- here Wednesday noon hearda five state chief gathering.executives Among the

teachers than 52 other counties in Florida. We rank 59th now to resurface this dismal path before it leads us to ferred over to the county Jail this discussion: by W. V. Chester on our own Governor Bryant presentwas and

in the state in average teacher salaries. This situation is catastrophe.We week while their quarters were being cucumbers and green peppers as a his lovely lady. It was a thoroughly -
"penny wise and pound foolish." It is far' from being are not overstating this crisis one little bit. Ifs. renovated by a constructioncrew. crop In this area. enjoyable evening.

conducive to attracting qualified personnel necessary for serious, very serious. The solution is not going to come The new Jail is expected to Chester said the Green Bay PSU ALUMNI MEET The
operating a first class school system. flowing like manna from Tallahassee or Washington. It's be completed soon and the Inmates Food Company carried out all Florida State University Alumni
Recruiting qualified teachers for schools has becomea going to require considerable local effort. : will be back In their old agreements made to growers last Club of Washington, of which

serious problem. A large number of teachers who begin These are your schools. Your children or grand- cells. week the first time the cukes Mary is president staged a large

here serve their, apprenticeship and go on to some other children will attend them. Bold and positive action to Suwannee County' Dan Herring a were result grown general here for satisfaction them: and as luncheon recently In the Senate

county or state where they can earn a living wage in teach- assure. quality education in Suwannee County is urgent. cut his way to first place in the I I expressed with the 1951 market-was Matthews dining: room. Congressman Billy

ing. In addition, our schools have to'employ'instructional The time.is now. And the hour is late. talent show held at' the_Court- ing. muchenjoyed'speaker.PAGE was the principal. and


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I It j : New Tax Program Set, Federals Attack Bay Port I IThIs



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I ( is one in a series of I APRIL 3 Federals attacked the same articles are selling else- date. eral Assembly is debating a bill launch, which it made difficult to enemy enabled them to gather

historical articles that feature Bay Port today, but accordingto where for $20 to $25 per pair all Announcement of the deaths of which would restrict the plantingof bring her gun to bear; the un- fleets which according to their

Florida a hundred years ago. Confederate reports they were must admit that he will have act- John S. and Charles W. Ander- cotton and Governor Brownof certainty of aim in the sea that official list published in August

published bj the Florida Civil repulsed. The engagement lasted ed his part welL" son, soldier brothers, appears in that state has asked Governor was running and consequentwaste last consisted of 427 vessels mea-

War Centennial Commission.) two hours during which two Con- APRIL 6 -The U. S. S.Huntsville the Florida Sentinel today. John Milton of Florida to persuade his of ammunition, and the suring 340,036 tons, and carrying

Edited by Dr. Samuel Proctor federates were seriously wounded* today captured the sloop had valunteered his services in Legislature to do the same. warnings of Ashley, the pilot 3,268 guns.

? University of Florida Confederate Chief of Staff Minnie off Charlotte Harbor witha Captain Hilton's Company. 1st Much pressure is being exerted that if the ebb tide found us there "Yet we have captured sunk or

APRIL 1 Beginning today a General Thomas Jordan has issued cargo of cotton aboard. Florida Regiment, April 3, 1861 upon Milton to call a special session we should be left aground, made destroyed a number of these vessels -

J new tax program goes into effect an order complimenting "the For sale at auction today in and was stationed first at Pen- of the Legislature to pass me give up my design of tryingto including two large frigatesand

t in Tallahassee. gallant conduct of Florida troops Tallahassee are "one Negro man sacola. such an act. Public meetings have set the vessels in the bayou on one sloop of war. while four

Subject to taxation hereafterare under the command of CaptainG. hostel and gardener 65: one field He later fought at Shiloh, been held several Florida coun- fire by shelling. of their captured steam boats are

vending goods, household W. Scott and his fellow offic- hand, age 40; one woman field i Farmington, and Perryville and ties during the last few weeks The boats pulled out of rangeof now in our possession, adding to

t i furniture (including gold and silver ers and men". They have con- hand, age 40". was killed in this last battle. and petitions were forwarded to a rifled gun which the Confed- the strength of our little Navy
musical instruments ducted themselves "with coolness Charles volunteered his services erates brought In the next which is
plate), APRIL 7 An Arkansas news- I Tallahassee supporting such a up. rapidly gaining in numbers
jewelry slaves, carriages horses and address" and "their actions calls the appointment of to D Company 3rd Florida on move. week the expedition examined the and efficiency."

and mules. i have been characterized by reso- paper General, Edmund Kirby Smith of May 4, 1861, when he was only 16 Public opinion seems to be in ChA.. howitkza, Crystal Homo- .
banking insurance lute courage". years old. He fought at Perryville Withlacoochee. Waccasassa.
Auction sales and Florida as commander of the favor of regulating cotton plant- sassa (School Supplies at MeCrimoa's)
operations, and commission APRIL 4 The Tallahassee Trans Mississippi Department and Murfreesboro.The ing. Milton is against caning the and Suwannee Rivers, as "small

sales will also be taxed. Floridian today published the following "highly gratifying to the troops Sentinel in an editorial legislature into session contend- boats carried the message of sea

1 White males except those in the announcement: "We are There is every reason to expect appearing today endorses the Im ing that the session of 1862 dis- power where deeper draft vessels 1 1I FOR THE FRESHEST
tax of authorized to state that the Gov- Act recently voted by could SEAFOODS
Y military will pay a poll pressment cussed this at and not pass"
that the unsatisfactory con- problem length
$1.00: free Negro males, $10.00; ernor has contracted for 3.000 dition of things which has prevailed the Confederate Congress.It defeated a proposal for that pur- I I APRIL 10 According to a report Mack's Fish MarketPine
free Negro females, $5.00. $4.00 pairs (cotton and wool cards) at in that department for several will have the effect of "in- I I issued today by President Ave. I

I I must be paid for every slave pub- $6.00 a pair. 1,000 are to be delivered months past will now be creasing the supply of provisionsin pose.He also says that even if the I Jefferson Davis: "We began this Freshness and Quality Assured

lically exhibited for sale. within six months, and the terminated". this market consequently of General Assembly met. it wouldbe struggle without a single gun Phone 362-1650

Licenses will be required of the remainder within a reasonabletime Florida newspapers carry the I reducing the price". Farmers, the too late to stop those planters afloat, while the resources of our -
retailers, $100 .thereafter. editorial declares, were reluctantto
following: Liquor ;
general order concerning South- who are determined to plant cotton
hawkers of wares and merchan- "If this contract is carried out take their produce to market I
soldiers because of the
ern who have been ex- early planting
dise except charts and atlases, in good faith, and we doubt not changed.All fearing that it would be impressedfor season in Florida.An CIVIC- AUDITORIUM

$100; vendors of lottery tickets, it will be, it was a capital bargainon officers and men captured less than market price or armed boat expedition of
$10; shows, other than circuses the part of the Governor, andis without just compensation.Bacon i
in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama. sailors and marines under Acting
I or equestrian exhibitions $5; circuses but another proof of his devo- was selling last week in JACKSONVILLE
Lieutenant U. S. S.
Mississippi, Georgia, Florida and McCauley.
or equestrian exhibitions tion to our suffering soldiers, and Tallahassee for eighty cents for
South Carolina as of December Fort Henry reconnoitered the
$10; itinerant traders $10; non- the best interests of the state. sides, and hams $1.00 per pound. thru Sat. 13
10, 1862, and all those captured Bay Port area a few days ago. Mon. April 8 April -
resident daguerrotyplst or dentist "He enjoys the reputation of also "There is plenty of bacon in the ,
In Missouri Kansas. New Mexico. The boats stood in for Bay Porton
l $10 and livery stable operators, managing his private affairs country but the farmers have
; Arizona, Arkansas, and Louisiana the evening of the 2nd arriv- Eres. at 8:30 Wed. and Sat. Mats at 2:00
with eminent and this been to bring it to market
success afraid
$50.APRIL as of January 1, 1863, have been ing off the city the next morning.
2 U. S. Secretary of contract entered into with parties exchanged.All this fear should no longer ,The first launch, exhibiting the"sluggish" ONLY CITY IN FLORIDA WHERE THIS

) the Navy Gideon Welles has senta entirely responsible and on such men captured on the sea- exist." qualities that were to SPECTACULAR MUSICAL WILL BE PRESENTED
confidential and urgent requestto advantageous terms goes to show The Sentinel reports that the
coast of the Confederate or United be trying throughout the recon-
Rear Admiral 8. F. DuPont, that he is just as particular in $200,000 appropriated for soldiers'
States as of December 10, 1862 naissance, slowed the expedition'sprogress LEA
Commander South Atlantic driving a bargain for the stateas families needing assistance, "is RONALD Gf\ i
will be exchanged. If any such through the intricate
Blockading Squadron to send all for himself. being distributed in a manner .
are in Federal prisons they are to channel. 'RNE:
ironclads "in a fit condition" to "Some $20,000 were appropriated which gives general satisfaction. DRAKE
be immediately released and delivered "This waste of time, McCauley I g '
the Gulf of Mexico where "the for this purpose and if the to The distribution of so large a ?st JAusrc.cc
Confederate authori- rebels leisureto
reported "gave the <
l' exigencies of the public serviceare Governor can manage to furnish sum of money among so many I WOILD 0>
make all preparations for ourreception"
pressing". 3,000 pairs out of this fund, when ties.All Confederate officers and receipts and extending over so Two Confederate ;fl ffJu
much territory in the present
1 men captured In Virginia or sloops and two small schoonerswere fi. ,
condition of the country has im- 1
Maryland before November I, 1862 run into a bayou and : ; Ip P'- '
the Governor a degree J
posed on
were exchanged at an earlierRErIErrIBER grounded in an effort to prevent
of labor and responsibility hardly
destruction the naval VICTOR
their by
contemplated by those who made .. CHARLES )
suffer from force. The sloop Helen was cap-
why the law but he is a working man, BROTHERS ON
and destroyed
4RFSCRIPTIONS tured south of the harbor lIe
and his private secretary Mr. B.
with her cargo of corn.
E. Benezet, is unquestionably one
COLD WEATHERBad of the first business men in the The Union boat crews engagedand MAIL ORDERS NOW!
forced the evacuation of a defending -
state. He goes at it with a vim and .
sticks to it until he fixes it up all Confederate battery. The I Prices: Mon. thru Thyn. Eves and Sat. Mat..1tt Orch.' and Loges $S.W
Humor ? right, with a minute record of Confederates burned a schooner tad Orch.' $4.50; Bate. $3.00, $2.00. Fri. and Sot. Cvasvlst Orch. and Loftoc
with cargo of cotton that was too $6.00; 2nd Orch. $5.00; Bale. $4.00, $3.00. Wtd. Mat.-lst Orch. and Loges
transaction"
every large to be moved inland. I $4.50; laid Orch. $3.50; Bale. $3.00, $2.00.
,; e The Mobile Tribune desribes a
McCauley reported: "Having
serious fire In the section of Pen-
Get New LOW COST gained my object in her destruc-
sacola near St. Mary's Hill. About tion and the clearing of the battery GOOD SEATS AVAILABLEIPIR1V1'LJRI
thirty to fifty residences were
the disabling of two of my
AMERIJAN-ta destroyed. guns, the unwieldiness of the first
APRIL 8 The U. S. S. Gem .
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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
THURSDAY.. APRIL 4... 1963
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Biggest North Florida Campout Bryant Proclaims Suwannee Countians Attend Cancer Meet Define American Objectives



Branford Scout Troop Attends State FHA Week Fuqua Praises Committee ReportOn



District Camporee At Itchtucknee March 31- April 6 Foreign Aid, Commends JFK


The Branford Boy Scouts of America returned Sun- Governor Farris Bryant has Congressman Don Fuqua today; praised the reportof

day from the Suwannee River District Camporee held at proclaimed the week of March 31 the Clay Committee on foreign aid. He said the reportof
Itchtucknee Springs. to April 6 as Future Homemakersof
the
10-man committee, named by President Kennedy
Attending this camporee were eight troops with a America Week in Florida. and headed by General Lucius D. Clay, was among the

total of 246 scouts. This was the biggest camporee in thedistrict's dents Future of Home Homemakers Economics are in jun-stu- I finest actions taken since he had been a member of the

history and the largestin ior and senior 1 Congress. these nations mobilise their own
high schools lllIaL
North Florida.Twentyseven were given. Each boy that attended through their chapter activities who., _,_ ., : The Congressman said: "Mem- internal forces to develop their
Scouts and two received cam- I bers of the Congress this week are I
the camparee a work toward the over-all goal of economy promises are not
adults from the Branford troop poree patch to wear on his uni- helping improve personal family 4 busily studying and discussing the enough, and failure to meet these

attended. All four patrols from form. and community living. Clay Report on foreign aid, submitted commitments should be accom-

the Branford troop participatedin Taps were at 10:30 pjn., with State School Superintendent I by a 10-man committee panied by reduction or complete '

the activities. almost everyone sleeping 'Saturday Thomas D. named by President Kennedy and elimination of aid to those nations
Bailey reported there
Attending in the Fox Patrol night. On Sunday morning are 15,000 Florida FHA members' headed by General Lucius D. Clay. which fail to meet these

were Christy Howell, Andy Chen- church services were conductedby in 300 chapters Let me say that I believe this study guidelines.
throughout the
ey. Dennis Hill Travis Boatright the Rev. Eddie Priest of the state. Miss Priscilla and report are among the fin- "The Clay report te, in my

Keith Cranford Billy Dorsett and Methodist Church of Branford.On junior at New Gautier a r est actions taken since I have opinion a great contribution It
Smyrna Beach
David Tummond; Panther Pa- Sunday morning the Bran- School been a member of the Congress. brings into sharp focus for the
High is president of the I
trol Jimmy Fletcher Delton ford troop cleaned up their camp Florida Association. "I think President Kennedy American people the accomplishments -

,Kilpatrick. Jerry Herndon Robert area and journeyed home tired, Current national Ma,7n should be commended for having and the failings of our aid

Kelly Robert Cranford and Mike but with memories they'll never "You And Your Values"projects are I named this committee of out- programs over the past two de-
"StayIn
Tummond
Rattlesnake Patrol
: -
forget. standing Americans to reassessour cades."I .
Randy Hatch John Hill. Danny School". "Family Friendship".
foreign aid program. It has think it should be carefully
Humphries Hubert Severance "Marriage Calls For Prepara- n long been my conviction that we studied and considered. The Congress -
tion", and "Action For Citize11ship" I
Glen Murray Randy Herndon Hutch H. Hall needed to re-assess the role we and the Administration
The Florida Association is
and Mike Pruitt; Flying Eagle I are playing in foreign aid, to seek should make a concerted effortto
Patrol Edward Kelly Oscar now sponsoring three state pro- x out those areas where our funds define our goals call for more

Johnson James Durden. Scott 80 Funeral HeldFuneral jects, "FHA Scholarship Fund", t fbtiv d. are being wasted and eliminate aid for these objectives from those
"Beautification Of Schools And
Ware Dale
Fuller John ,
Lacquey
Communities" them to bolster our forces where nations we have helped pull up by
and "Our Ameri-
and Martin.Scoutmaster .
Buddy
services"were conductedfor our. aims are being met. their bootstraps from the ravagesof
can Heritage".
Jamie Slocum and Hutch H .Hall Sunday at 2:30: Higher Quality Needed war and which now are self-
As their motto states, these citi-
Assistant Scoutmaster Mickey pm. in the First Baptist Church "The report noted that even sufficient, and begin to cut the
zens of tomorrow
Dempsey also attended. with Rev. John Hutcherson offici- are working with due
consideration for improvements huge expenditures which this na-
The troops left Branford around ating. Burial followed in the City "toward new horizons" through much remains to be tion has been making, in some
4 pjn. Friday afternoon and arrived their many activities. Rev. Bill Nickerson. (right) chairman of the Cancer Crusadein "
Cemetery.Mr. accomplished, that we are attempting cases unwisely for foreign aid,
at Itchtucknee Springs Hall, 80, died Thursday in Miss Laura Thomas reports the Suwannee County grasps the insignia of the Cancer Society too much in too many .

about 4:20 pjn. After checking in, a West Florida hospital followinga Suwannee Future Homemaker with Ralph Edwards noted television personality and National Education places and that a higher qualityof

the troops set up camp and pre- lengthy illness. He was a life Chapter has the following activi- Chairman of the American Cancer Society. The photographwas reduced quantity of our defense
pared supper. All of the Scout- ties planned for this week as they Card Of ThanksWe
long resident of Suwannee Coun- taken at a recent seven-state meeting: of the Cancer Society.Also aid effort in certain countries
masters and Scout officials met celebrate church day decorate I
ty, a retired farmer, and a mem- attending from Suwannee counld produce more. wish
to discuss Saturday's schedule of store windows prepare favors for County were Mrs. E. L. Kent, presidentof I to express our many
events. ber of the Friendship Baptist hospital patients, teacher appreciation the local chapter and Mrs. Rudolph Scott. Cancer Crusade chair- "Particularly do I support that thanks and deep appreciation for

Later attended the Church.He parent appreciation, and man for the rural areas of the county. part of the report which stated all the acts of kindness shownus
everyone is survived by three daughters safety. that we cannot indefinitely con- during the illness and death of

opening campfire. Taps were at Mrs. Donna Skinner of Live tinue commitments at the pres- our loved one.

10 pm. Oak Mrs. P. M. Sandlin and :Mrs. ent rate to the 95 countries and For all the beautiful flowers
Funeral Services For Mrs. Johnson
No one from the Branford troop W. G. Rrimes, both of Lake City; territories which are now receiv- cards, phone calls thoughts and
slept Friday night and lots of the three sons, Winton Hall of San Westwood Pastor I ing our economic and military as-
prayers, we are deeply grateful.A .
boys were up eating breakfast'at Funera lservices for Mrs. Pau- Cannon, J. W. Smith Johnnie
Rafael, Calif., Kinton Hall of the sistance. Substantial tighteningup
special thanks to the nurses
line Johnson of Wellborn were Jenkins, Buford
4 o'clock Saturday morning. U JS. Air Force, and C. D. Hall Sweat Otho and sharpening of objectivesin
who were so nice to us and to Dr
To LionsRev. conducted in the Advent Chris- Scott, and Bixler Clayton.
Everyone was up around 7 ajn. Speaks
of Mulberry; two brothers, Perry terms of our national interestsare Hadden.
At 8 a.m. the Branford troop tian Church Saturday with the Suwannee Funeral Home was in
Hall of Live Oak, and Bartow Hall necessary.
attended the flag raising cere- J. W. Baillie, pastor of the Rev. Travis Carter officiating.She charge of arrangements. The family of
of Lakeland Mrs. W. "The point which
; one sister impresses me
Mrs. Della BoatrightMACK'S
Westwood Baptist Church was was buried in the City Ceme- .
monies. The activities began at
H. Gray of Live Oak. Fifteen most about the report is in calling
9 ajn. with the obstacle course, guest speaker at the Lions Club
grandchildren and fourteen great- tery.Mrs. for a definition of American ob-
string burning and nature iden' grandchildren survive. meeting Tuesday evening. Johnson died in Jackson- Gen. & Mrs. Wadsworth jectives. We seek to aid those nations -
tification. Baillie gave an inspirationaltalk ville Friday following a lengthy
Active pallbearers were J. D. which seek to help them-
Attend Two
on "Why I Go To Church", illness. The housewife had livedin Ceremonies
Part of the troops participatedin
Green, Curtis Harrell, A. A. Rau- selves, to make the reforms to SPORT SHOP
the obstacle course while the lerson, W. F. Beverly, Reese and explained several concrete Suwannee County for four Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Louie C. make their nations truly free. In '
others participated in the string reasons why one attends church. years and was a member of the
Brown, and J. Marvin Phillips. Wadsworth attended a Military Latin America for example, we
He stated in his talk that it is Advent Christian Church.
PHANTOM
burning nature identification.
and -
Honorary pallbearers were Otto Ball at DeLand Saturday night must insist that the leaders of
not for social or business reasons Mrs. Johnson is survived by two
The Branford troop partici- No. 5-B Spinning
and
Hill Phil Townsend, Otho Scott, a building dedication cere-
that prompts church attendancebut daughters, Mrs. C. M. Butler and
pated in the obstacle course. Henry Vann, John Perry, and mony at Camp Blanding Sundaymorning. Reel & Rod $6.95
After finishing with this event Dutton Bonnell.J. a deep soul satisfying reason Mrs. James H. White of Jack- .
the boys went swimming until that "enables us to give thanksto sonville; two sons, Jesse Phillip LOW INTEREST
B. Daniels Funeral Home The DeLand affair is a National -
noon. After lunch, they cleanedup God and to worship one who Griffin Jr. and Winston C. Grif- LONG TERMFederal LIVE
was in charge of arrangements. Guard highlight in Central
around their tents; one Scout loves us more than any one". fin of Jacksonville: three sisters, Florida and attracted turn- CricketsLG.

from each troop served on the inspection The several reasons "Why I Go Mrs. J. P. Tedder of Live Oak, away crowd. a Land LOUISIANA

team. To Church", as explained by Bail- Mrs. Florence Stansel of Wellborn Bank Loans
An
Scotty Ware represented the Branford FHA lie are as follows: "I go to churchto and Mrs. John Hurt of housing administration the offices for the building Florida Pink Worms

Branford troop. worship God and to satisfy the Wellborn; and one brother Louis OC School was designated- CONTACT Wigglers
hunger in soul. I to hear Green of Lake City.
During the remainder of the Attends my go Parrish Hall Sunday in
afternoon the Branford troop MeetingThe the gospel of good' news and to the had eight grandchildren. Candidate memoryof LOCAL OFFICE
Billy
help further the kingdom of God.I Active pallbearers were J. O. Parrish mem-
went swimming, fishing and did CANE POLES
Branford Chapter of Fu- ber of the first state OC class who
to church to set a right example Telephone
go
various things around their tents. ture Homemakers of America attended died prior to graduation. Gen. 12 ft. 16 ft. 18 ft.
At 8 p.m. the troop attended the the State FJI.A. Convention and to receive strength and Soil District Board Wadsworth participated in the I 362-1525
inspiration. I to church to en- 25c 59c $1.00
final campfire at which awards i at the Hotel Robert Meyer go program. -
in Jacksonville Thursday through joy the sweetest fellowship on Meet Is CancelledSoil

'TERMITESSWARMING Sunday. earth." and to show my appreciation. Conservation District

Miss Linda Faye Watson was a Board Chairman J. Dan Ross
? candidate for State Parliamen- Baillie was introduced to the announced that the regular

i tarian. Miss Peggy Ware attended club members by Ken Breeden, board meeting will be cancelledfor

as District Three Chairman, program chairman. April and that the next
I Prior to the address the club would be held at 3
and she also served as Conven- meeting: p.m.
i tion Pianist. members voted to meet Tuesday Friday May 3, at the County COVER
April 9, at 6:30 for
Miss Inez Bass and Miss Jon- pjn. supper Agricultural Building. Ti/E
and a business meeting after EAgilV' /
and John Hampton, local Work
nye Kay Bradley served as con-
41" vention delegates. Mrs. Revia C. the meeting to conduct. their. Unit Conservationist is sche- PAINTS

call.. Munch attended the convention light bulb sale. duled to return from a five week
Proceeds from this sale will be '
with the Branford girls. training course with the U. S. :O
used for their sight conservation at Ft. Oklahoma
The Branford Chapter made Army Reserve Sill -
State Honor Chapter for the year projects. April 19. Hampton is a
for the sake of your home 196263. Lieutenant' Colonel in the Reserve SPECIALS GOOD THROUGH MONDAY, APRIL 8

Corps and is taking the

Barrett Suffers Army's Nuclear Weapons Em-
Porch & Floor Enamel Reg. 7.40 6.40 Gallon
ployment Course.
DINE AND DANCE AttackJack Wash Away Paint Remover Reg. 2.49 1.99 Each

NIGHTLY Coronary I 1%" Kern Touch Up Brush |i Reg. 1.35 .85 Each

Barrett,. local manager of PARKER'SDRIVE 2*" Kern Trim Brush. Reg. 1.89 1.39 Each

BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT Cable TV and former owner-ope: 3" Kem Panel Brush .' f i Reg. 2.75 2.25 Each

Admission $2.00 Couple On rator of Barrett Studios suffereda IN
: Friday 4" Kern Wall Brush' Reg. 3.49 2.99 Each
coronary attack and is confinedto
NO MINORS PLEASE JASPER HIGHWAY 2' Step Stool
Suwannee County Hospital. Phone 362-1832% Reg. 2.40' 1.75 Each

Barrett's condition is listed as I 4' Dixie Stepladder Reg. 4.70 3.40 Each

LITTLE HICKORYFormerly critical Tuesday., the hospital reported BEST FRIED CHICKEN 5f Dixie Stepladders Reg. 5.90 4.25 Each

& SEAFOOD IN TOWN
Country Kitchen 6' Dixie Stepladder x Reg. 7.10 5.25 Each

Madison, Florida Legislature Employs Chicken Box 69c 7' Duro Deluxe Stepladder Reg. 10.30 7.50 Each
Served with French Fries
Suwannee ResidentsFive Salad and Hot Rolls 8' Duro Deluxe Stepladderx: Reg. 11.80 8.50 Each

Suwannee Countians will Xtra Large 99c 10' Duro Deluxe Stepladder. Reg. 14.70 10.50 Each

SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR attend this session the :Metal Paint Pails Gallon size .
of
Florida, CATFISH, SHRIMP ;;;. c Reg. .37 .25 Each
BUILDING NEEDS Legislature and fill various posts. ." .. '
DINNERSWith 1 lb. Johnson's Paste Wax -<* Reg. .69 .49 Each
Phyllis Howland
daughter of
All The Trimmings
PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howland 2. lb. Johnson's Paste Wax Reg. 1.19 .85 Each

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe will be a messenger In the Sen- $1.50 Johnson's Beautiflor Liquid Wax Reg. 3.69 2.59 Gallon

ate. Jay Rowland, son of :Mr. and Fresh Custard Ice Cream
0 All Hyde Painting Tools Putty Knives, Scrapers, Etc. 30 9& Off
Make All Aluminum Screens To Order Mrs. John Rowland will be an at- Milk Shakes, and Sundaesof
tache in the House of Represen- All Flavors. Paint Roller with Extra Cover' .99

tatives. S Root Beer 40 Per Gallon Dexall Caulking Compound Fiber Tube with spout Reg. 50c Ea. 3 for 1.00
Builders
Langford Supply Mrs.Sonny Garth Nobles Nobles, son is of slated Mr. and for We Furnish Jugs Paper Drop Cloths, 9' x 12' Reg. .78 ".50 Each

East Helvenston Street Phone 362-2873 page duty in the House. Mike WATCH FOR le SALE Plastic Drop Cloths, 9' x 12' Reg. .89 .60 Each

LIVE OAK. FLORIDA Manning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Artists Brushes 30* Off
WE CATER TO
Hoover
Mai are McCrimmon also employed and by Randy the TAKE OUT ORDERS Flat-Tone Odorless Alkyd Flat Enamel Reg. 6.55 3.95 Gallon

- Legislature. Spray Enamel, 16 Oz. Aerosol Can Reg. 1.79 ': 1.39 Each

Calumet Interior Latex Paint.. 3.98 Gallon
: ,: : .- .
GEORGIA ANGUS ASSOCIATION Calumet Exterior House Paint 5.29 Gallon
LOW COST LOANS AVAILABLEFOR

BONUS SALE FINANCING

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES PAINT NOW AND CHARGE IT!
SELLING 80-Reg. Angus Cows-Calves at Side and Many (TVs WASHERS DRYERS ETC.)

Re-Bred. NEW AND USED AUTOS

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j jI 4-H Winners In County Demonstration

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4-H,Club members were cited for outstanding home demonstration S. ?IS.I ; S
projects. They are (upper left) Margaret and Louise-
I
ff r Wood, Beverly Vann, Peggy and Kathy Fletcher. Beverly's project I LW IN -Ek4 ;1 ,Lr&! h
I was named the most outstanding individual demonstration. The
other four girls comprised two teams that tied for team demonstration -
honors. (Lower left) Carol Phillips and Peggy Fletcher tied A V7/ t

for award.top laurels in talent. Charlene Suggs won the public speaking ffiM 't\\\ q /4':

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4-H Members Display Projects, j/f


Talent, At County Demonstration /

x Twenty-four 4-H members par- son assisted in the' lunchroom. .
ticipated in a County Demonstra- Junior Leaders were Joy Gude F :
tion Program at the Branford and Margie McDonald,.assisted by it 1.
1j} School Cafeteria on March 21. Janet Howell, Carol Phillips, Car- NEW ARRIVALS FROM JiAtJ '
The five 4-H Clubs participating olyn Scarborough, and Charlene $6.99-$8.99-$10.99
were from the Branford School, Suggs. FASHION CENTERS DAILY!
,( McAlpin School Wellborn School Approximately thirty parents
t McAlpin Community, and Well- attended.
born Community. Four 4-H'ers YOU'LL FIND .ACCESSORIES GALORE GLOVES BY KAYSER A BONANZA OF HANDBAGS .
took part in giving demonstrations

from their project areas, talentor I Rocky Sink Plans Sing. BLOUSES SLIPS ALL AT WORTH'S "PENNY-WISE" PRICES. .
public speaking. A sing will be held at the Rocky
Judges were Mrs. Charlie Hunt Sink Baptist Church on Sunday
er, Mrs. Reva Munch, and Mrs.i I April 7('at 2 pjn.The public is in-
Ruby Smith. Mrs. J. Curtis Hud- vited. o x.77MI
'Go

Walking For Pleasure FlourishesAs ;' 0

The President Sets The Pace


Americans who bravely set out on 50-mile hikes these O Y
days are fortified by encouragement from at least three a

Presidents and a major poet. Dacron, Nylon, Sotton
Thomas Jefferson declared, "Of all exercises walking -..- --
I is the best." Theodore Roosevelt, a hearty advocate LOVABLE
HALF-SLIPS HANDBAGS
-b of the strenuous life, ordered Marine men helped popularize walking, $1.99 < KAYSER $2.99
officers to prove their fitness though for many years English lr? BRAS
by making 50-mile marches. walkers carried umbrellas to indicate Seam-To-Seam Shadow Panel BLOUSES Gloves
$1.00 to$3.50
When President John F. Ken- they were gentlemen not WHITE
nedy challenged the Marine tramps. Dacron, Nylon, Cotton NYLONSATIN
Corps to obey the 55-year-old order The all-time champion literary 1.00-1.99-2.99-3.99 Sizes 6 to 8 BONE

he touched off a national pedestrian probably is Wordsworth FULL
SLIPS $2.99 New Selection From White Beige PATENTS
hiking; fad. Servicemen, college who had trekked 180,000 Sizes 5-10
students, Boy Scouts, and secre- miles by the tune he was 65. He Sizes 32-44 $1.00 I. SHIP 'N SHORE Powder Pink TAPESTRIES
taries embarked on long-distance thought nothing of hiking 15
walks\ in the spirit of Whitman's I miles across the mountains to take to $1.50'LITTLE
lints: tea with a friend. To Wordsworth -
Afoot. and light-hearted I take walking was a more natural -
I to the open road, condition than reclining,
Healthy, free, the world before sitting, or standing. He composed
much of his poetry afoot.
me.Will
Power Helps Professional walking matches az".r'r ,
| Walking for health has a long were popular in 19th century b -
f history the National Geographic England. Foster Powell, a famous !
Society says. Hippocrates prescribed pedestrian, or "ped", as the pro- S
walks to prevent emotional fessionals were called, was im- :
disturbances, hallucinations, mortalized in his epitaph: "For
and expansion of the waistline. quick ideas, some we praise And s.f' k
Pliny the Elder described walking men of talents Meet: But this
I f ; as one of the "Medicines of man's fame and fame it was, J- Hat & Bag Sets $2.99 '
the; Will". Lay wholly in his Feet". I Y
j Walking for pleasure, however, Captain Robert Barclay another I f:4
is 'a relatively recent pastime. famed ped. reached the apex
The character is Congreve's "Wayof of his ambulatory career In 1809 \ a
the World" who said, "I nauseate when he logged 1.000 miles in 1- 'u\t ,
walking", spoke for most 000 successive hours. He kept up
18th-century pedestrians. Only a his strength with four meals a r Q
few eccentrics walked for the Joy day, including a breakfast of BOYS' WHITE <
; of It. roast fowl bread and butter, a
The ramblings of William pint of strong ale, and two cups DRESS SHIRTSLong MAN"
i Wordsworth and other literary of tea. 4.99

r'1il or Short Sleeves. .
BOYS' WHITE JACKETS BOUFFANT SUPS
BY CAMPUS\ Sizes 2 to 18
County Agent's ColumnDOWN GIRLS DRESSES $1.99-$2.29-$2.99
$1.99 $5.99 to $9.99 Feltman C. I. Castro "K
I1i
_ TO EARTH WASH W WEAR Lily Bee $2.99 to $7.99


FRUIT-OF HANES LIVE OAK'S MOST
BY PAUL CREWS
FREE
n THE-LOOM COMPLETE INFANTS MEN'S SOX SPECIAL

If Many of our people have had an or we are not saying that her al- .z> MEN'SSHORTS REGISTER NOW DEPARTMENT BANLONS
jpportunity to see the very con ligations are exaggerated, but we FOR 36 INCH PLUSH AT
Toversal movie on TV this week. do-say that she Is not sufficiently MEN'S ': ..:- i t j WORTH'S 12 COLORS
/The Silent Spring Of Rachel crediting the chemical companieswith SHORTS TEE SHIRTS EASTER BUNNIES
-arson". This CBS report was the help they have providedto TEE 69c PauSTRETCH
vitnessed by millions of people. mankind in the years past. SHIRTS BRIEFS DRAWING APRIL 13th

| This book was written to sell During recent years we have BRIEFS $1.00 Each .
;nore copies and to get people seen crop yields not doubled, but 69c Each _
.core concerned E w"'f": ." tripled, while at the same time we 3 for $2.05 I IL. 3 for '2.95 4 10-13
bout using the r ;' : : have seen insects population and
Kiotent pesticides, k 1"-" -." disease Incidents multiply as ATHLETICSHIRTS
'nsecticides R.' ir ,, t BOYS'TEE Assorted PatternsIn
( and : ;; much so in proportion as crop F
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hemicals.
: yields.
;
Sized Sox
\ r j :
To quote Miss ; t.>?- Research from universities and If
IJ : 49c Each
Jars on, "We : c C : from private Industry have play- 'L 85c Each -
*gave put poison- "-'-"S. !. ed a big part In helping man live 3 for $1.45 3 for $2.50 39c Pair-3 for1.00
us and biologl"X': better. We also realize that using
illy potentemicals : .: insecticides in the right amountof Sizes 10% to 12

Into ?4."i.. .,y the rght kind and at the right WORTH'S HAS ALL SIZES
he hands of' : Ld time will mean much to the farm-
_ ns largely or wholly ignorant ers. However, applying the wrong
I f their potentialities for harm. kinds of insecticides at the wrong
Shop And Save More At The Store With MoreWORTH'S
"hese chemicals are used with lit- time In the wrong amount couldbe
ie or no advanced investigationf detrimental.A FRIENDLY
FREE
their effect on soil water, wild choice must be made by the
f e, and man himself". farmers themselves If they are to COURTEOUS SURPRISE STORE GIFTTHURSDAY
_ The chemical companies dilute use these Insecticides or if they
much o;Miss Carson's quotes are to grow the crops without "Where Your Dollars Are Worth More"W.
sted above. This article is not to them. This leaves the decision up SERVICE
Ispute In anyway what Miss Car- 11 to the farmers, and it should bea HOWARD ST. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA


f t i bn has to say about pesticides very easy one to make.








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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963
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I Social Security AnswersEditor's .- -1 Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions Church Meeting Set LIVESTOCK Pine LevelMr. I

I \ For Live TelecastThe

( Note: These questionsand I security checks stopped. I made 133rd session of the Gen- REPORTBY and Mrs. Joe-Johnson and night.
answers are compiled by William -i $4000 last year, but from September eral Conference of the Church daughters Jo Beth and Ann and Mrs. Ethel Hays spent Thurs-
M. Eanes. District Manager I on did not earn more than of Jesus Christ of Latter Day FLORIDA STATE Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner en- day with Mrs. L. P. Fortner.
to Here is a list of new subscrip- MARKETING BUREAU joyed fishing and a picnic din- Cottage Prayer Meeting will be
for the Social Security Administration $100 a month. Do I still have Saints will be telecast lire from
at Valdosta. Eanes invites make a yearly report of my earn- tions and subscriptions renewed to Salt Lake City Sunday April 8, i ner at Steinhatchee Saturday.Mr. held this week at the following
,- readers to mail their questions to ings? the Suwannee Democrat from from 10-12 a.m. over Channel I Cattle and calf trading at the and Mrs. Henry Turner and places: Monday night with Mr
him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta, ANSWER: Yes. Since you made March 22 to March 29. 6 in Tallahassee. Suwannee Valley Livestock Market family of Ft. White spent the and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Tuesday
NEW SNBSCBIPTIONS week end here with Mr. and Mrs. night with Mr. and Mrs. J. F
Ga. Please do not mail inquiries -
your more than $1200 last year, you Wednesday, March 27, Increased -
International Co Madison -
.
Paper
to this paper.) must make this report to us by to 157 sold compared with 131a Rufus Baxter. Toole. Wednesday night with Mr
I I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell and Mrs.
QUESTION: If I work after I April 15th. But because you made RAD. CommitteeTo week before. Hog sales dipped to Harry Lepper. Thursday
Rt., L. O.
Joe Clayton spent Friday night with Mr. and night with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
1 start getting my social security under $100 each month from SeP- 540 compared with 775 sold at the
Bertie Scarborough, O'Brien
Meet Mrs. Drew Holmes. Johnson, and Friday night with
checks, will I still have to pay tember through December, you ThursdayThe previous sale.According .
L. O.
Claude McMillan
Johnny Brooks of Great Lakes Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. Everyone -
taxes on what I make? will get your checks for thosemonths of the to George C. Avery of I
Mrs. David Martinez Oklahoma monthly meeting
HI.. is spending a few days here is invited to attend these
ANSWER: Yes. As long as you regardless of your total Okla. County Rural Areas the Florida State Marketing Bu-
City Suwannee
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baxter. meetings beginning at 8 each
have earnings covered by social earnings for the year. reau, all classes moved actively pm.
Committeewill
A/2C Harold Nickols, New York, Development Steering Johnny is in service and is being night.
security, you must pay the tax. QUESTION: My 37-year-old N. Y. be held Thursday, Apr. 4, at "through rather broad outlets". Calif. Carl
transferred to San Diego Tressler spent Sunday
What should I hurt in an accidenta steers and heifers
QUESTION: husband was Slaughter
R. W. Jenkins, Eau Gallic 7:30 p.m. in the Suwannee Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Albritton with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
j bring with me when I come in to year ago. Before that time he Mrs. Larry Carlson Sumter S. Electric Building in Live Oak. were steady to strong while other spent Saturday Steinhatchee.. Revival services will begin at
make a claim for my social secur- worked 12 years under social se- classes were too few in one or
C.Pvt.. Mrs. Morgan Miller will give a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark visited Pine Level Baptist Church Sun
ity? I will be 62 in May. curity. He hasn't checked about both weeks for accurate price
Larry D. Martin, Ft. Jack- committee report on "Home Living" Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner day. April 7. The Evangelist wil
in, because he kept
ANSWER: When you come his social security comparisons, Avery said.
son, S. C. The Steering Committee Sunday night. begin services .
Monday Brother
night.
,be sure to bring your social secur- thinking he would be going backto "Feeder-stocker steers were
W. L. Lee, McAlpinMrs. needs to make plans for the an- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Manuel D. Medeiros of Per-
ity card, some record to prove work. Now it looks like he will steady to one dollar lower," Ave-
I B. F. Jones, Baldwin nual meeting of the Suwannee spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ry will be In charge of the singing
1962 work again.
to
your age, and a copy of your never be able ry continued. "Heifers and cows
Wilbur A. Cassidy, JacksonvilleMrs. County Rural Areas Development R. C. Roberts in Lake City. with special accordion music and
for social security -
including to apply
Return him
Income Tax want were few with calves fully steadyto
Alma Sullivan Panama
{ insurance bene- Council on May 2. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore Mr. special singing. Services will begin
any Form W-2 from people you disability strong. Several price ranges
worked for.QUESTION. fits. Some friends say he has to City Chairman Pomeroy Carter were doubtlessly influenced by extreme and Mrs. Harry Lepper and Rob- each night at 8 pjn. and will close
: I get social secur- be 50 years old to get anything. SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs. urged all those interested to be overfill" he added. in, Mrs. Kenneth Dutton, Mrs. J. Easter Sunday, April 14 with din-
ity benefits. I have already made Others tell him he can't get Floyd Lay Gainesville present and help plan the annual Good slaughter steers brought F. Toole, and Mrs. Drew Holmes ner on the ground. Everyone u
Florida Production Credit
North
attended the sing at the Churchof cordially invited to attend each
1962. because don't have any meeting
my income tax return for checks we $21.25-$22 per hundred pounds
Assn., L. O.
God at Park service.
Must I also earnings to children. Just where does he down to Dowling Saturday
report my R. J. Harrell. Rt., L. O. while overfills were $20. .
social security ? stand? Irvin Goolsby, O'Brien Standard steers ranged from $18.-
ANSWER: If you made over ANSWER: Your husband Thomas I. Dasher Jr.. McAlpin L. F. Stansel, Wellborn 50-$21.25. Utilities brought $17.50-i ferior sold for $12.50. JUST ONE DIFFERENCEOne
$1200 in 1962 and were under 72 should get in touch with the near- R. H. Scott, Rt., L. O. Marvin Phillips, L. O. I Good with a few low-choice of the differences betweena
in any months of the year, you est social security district officeas Mrs. L. A.Drawdy, L.O. Billy Gamble, Rt., L. O. $19.A few good heifers sold from calves traded from 215024.75 wealthy man and a poor man
must make your yearly report to soon as possible. He does not G. S. Payne Jr., Rt.. L. O. Eugene McCall, O'Brien $20.75-$21.50, standards brought mediums brought $20.50-$22.50, Is that the wealthy man worries
the Social Security administration. have to be 50 years old, or have J A. Johnson, L. O. James B. Banks, ClearwaterS. $19.25-$20. and utilities traded commons sold from $17-$22.50, about his last meal, the poor man
This must be made to in order to get checks. and inferiors his next.
report children A. M. Parker Jr, Branford T. Bozeman, L. O. from 171925. brought $11-$17.50.
us because your income tax return But he must have worked under Thaddeus Samborski, Hacketts- Long's TV Service, Rt.. L. O. Cutter and low-utility cows Hog Sales
goes to the Internal Revenue social security for a long enough town, N. J. Henry T. McKeithen, L. O. brought $12.50-$16.50. A few utility Mixed grades of 180-210 pound
Service for tax purposes only and time and be unable to do gainful A. J. Lord, Rt., L. O. Advent Christian Home Rt., and commercial bulls sold from barrows and gilts sold for $13.50 USE
would not give us the informationwe work on account of his disability.We Paul D. Langford Sr., L. O. L.O.Mrs. $18-$18.75. Standard and low- per hundred pounds 210-240
need to be sure you got the will need more information to J. O. Cannon, L. O. Ida Carpenter Edwards good calves brought $19-$23. One pounds $13.45 240-270 pounds FUCO
right amount of payments for last ,give you a better answer. From J. M. Lee. O'BrienC. GainesvilleRev. high-good vealer sold for $28.75. $12.60 160-180 pounds $13, 140-

year.QUESTION what you have told us, your hus- L. Whitfield Sr., Bellflower, C. B. Davis, L. O. Choice feeder-stocker steers 160 pounds $12.30,120-140 pounds
: I retired in 1961. band's situation is one that shouldbe Calif. Mrs. Nomia Poucher, Rt., L. O. brought $21.75-$23.50, goods $11.90,100-120 pounds $11.80, and Brand
Then I went back to work last discussed with social security 80-100
your I Charles Pulley, L. O. brought $20-$22.75, commons and pounds $11.70.
f
year full time and had my social office as soon as you can. Nan Sherwood, North Miami mediums traded from $17-$20. Most sows weighing between
QUESTION: My uncle could Beach Medium and low-good heifers 180-400 pounds brought $10.50- InsecticideFOR
probably get disability checks. O. D. Beach O'BrienDr. brought $17.25-$21.25; inferior $11.70 400-600 pounds $9.80-$10.-
But he can't get out of bed and Robert D. Wilson, Tampa and commons brought 161925.
there is no social security officein A few medium cows sold from 30.Medium and good feeder pigsin BEST RESULTS312C
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick the town where we live. How Newspapers deliver more ready- $17.75-$19.75, common cows I the 40-120 pound range
can he get started on a claim for to-buy prospects. brought $14-$16.50, and one in- brought $11-$14.50.
Veneer-One or Two Baths. disability insurance payments?
II ANSWER: Ask your local Post-

FHA or CONVENTIONAL office for the address of the social -
security district office which
FinancingSMALL services your town. You or your -
DOWN PAYMENT uncle should then write or tele-
phone the social security officeto
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. let' them know that he is disabled -
and wants to make a claim
1! SELECT YOURS NOW for- social security disability insurance j i -

3 Contact payments. The district s I
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office will work with you on the
claim. Your uncle won't have to
W. G. MULLINSPhone visit the social security office.
friend relative -
You or some other or
can handle most of the busi-
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MINUTES, BOARD OF- PUBLIC tice was read and discussed. Ac- March 5, 1963. cell, and Frank Norris, teacher
II, SCD Completes Water Soil Plans On 2 Area Farms INSTRUCTION, SUWANNEE tion on this request is delayed un- The following persons are rec- Branford High School, were Ares

COUNTY FLORIDA til next Board meeting. ommended for employment as
ent.A
Basic soil and water' conserva- Oak. pervisors J. Dan Ross, TV J. Fletcher Live Oak Florida Mr.W.R.Hall and Coach Brent teachers for the remainder of discussion was held relative to
\ tion farm plans ,were completedthis Included in a basic plan are a Sn, J. Wylton Gaston, El. February 16, 1963 Hall appeared at the request of 1962-63 school term: Miss Carolyn Mr. Geiger's suspension of Gerald
week by the Suwannee River soils survey showing soil types mer Owens and L. B. Roberson, called to orderat the Board, relative to a letter Huffman and Mrs. Prisdlla Soto- Lee from Branford High Schoolfor
Soil Conservation District on the and land capability classes and a or one of the local TechniciansJohn The meeting.was' Dickman I written by Principal W. R. Hall longo. Approval is given subjectto a period of 10 days.
r farms of the Hatch Brothers 502 clear aerial photograph of the Hampton and Russell Par- 9:00 A. M. by Otto concerning Coaches Cox and Hall the approval of the Board of The Board recognized the authority -
members
present
acres at Branford, and B. R. Ed- farm showing field boundaries sons. Chairman. Other being released from school at 2:30P. Trustees.Mr. of the Principal as pro-
wards on 160 acres south of Live fneces, homesite and other fea- were: V. V. Brim.and H.Thonis E. Vann R. M. each day from March 4 Foy Lee, Branford discussed vided by statute and sustained hk
tures.Where L. M. Crews Jr., through March 29. 1963 for the with the Board, the matter of decision in the matter.
: they are applicable, FHA Barnett. of commuting to Leon. his son's suspension (Gerald Lee) The meeting was adjourned at
Chapter
by purpose
given
Witnesses Slate The Devotional was I 11:00 P. M.Everett.
School.
grazing schedules, stocking rates Board member.Mr. High School to conduct spring from Branford High --
cropland rotation fish pond man- Thonis R. Barnett football practice.Persona1leave. Upon a motion by Barnett, sec- L. Williamson
,: Circuit agement, wildlife food plantings Members Sell Paul Langford appeared onde4 by Brim, meeting was adjourned Supt. and Secretary
18,
for January
Meeting and irrigation water managementare before the Board. at 5:00 P. M. Board of Public Inektc e 1
Motion was made by Crews and 1963 and for the week beginning
individual L. Williamson
Everett
for the
I developed
In Jacksonville farm being planned.A Noted CookbookThe by Vann to extend seating area February 18, 1963 is approved for Supt. and Secretary Otto F. Dickman. Chairman
Board of Public Instruction
basic soil and water conser- on west side of football field by Natalie Clymore, teacher- at Mc- Board of Public InstructionOtto
More than 1,000 Jehovah's Wit- vation farm plan can be securedfor Suwannee FHA Chapter is increasing seating area up to 48 Alpin School. Dickman. Chairman
conducting their annual sale of of the west Professional leave to attend
end
each
feet
on
nesses, including a delegation your farm without charge by Board of Public Instruction FOR YOUR
the famous cook book "Favorite stands. Motion carried.Mr. State Convention of Future
from Suwannee County, will attend contacting one of the District Su-
a three-day Circuit Convention Recipes Of Home Economics Charles Pulley, City Recreation Homemakers of America Jack- TREE TRIMMING &

April 5-7 in the Exhibition Teachers". Supervisor, requested that sonville, Florida. March 29, 1963 SPECIAL MEETINGLive TREE REMOVAL
I, Hall in Jacksonville.The Student Health Council The 1963 edition features des- permission be granted to permituse was approved for Revia C. Oak, Florida TRENCHING OR

convention is sponsored by Holds Nutrition BazaarThe serts and party beverages. These of playground at Pine View Munch. February 18, 1963
Tract cook books are sold only for fund Elementary School for recreational -I Upon the recommendation of The meeting was called to orderat DITCHING
the Watchtower Bible and
Junior High Health Coun-
raising. The 1962 edition featur- activities under the supervisionof I Mr. Louis J. Berry, Maintenanceand 7:55 P. M. by Otto Dickman,
of N. Y. world CALL
Society Brooklyn in
cil sponsored a health bazaar
I ing meats can also be obtained Jimmy Clayton. Permission was Custodial Coordinator, An- Chairman. Other members pres-
headquarters for Jehovah's Wit- the Junior High Auditorium last
from the chapter.Homemakers granted. drew Johnson, Custodian at ent were: Thonis Barnett, V. V. FloodConstruction
nesses. week to underscore the need for
will find in this Approval was given for the use Douglass High School, was dis- Brim H. E. Vann, and L. M.
In making the announcement
,
nutrition In the daily diet. Co.
book the most complete collectionof for the Custodian effective as Crews Jr.
of the Old Armory prac- missed as
William W. Weaver, presiding The Council a group of stu-
dessert recipes ever printed.It tice and playing of Little League of February 8, 1963. Mr. Foy Lee and son Gerald
minister for the Live Oak
con- dents headed by the student president -
stated that 18 contains over 2,000 recipes sub basketball games, provided the In a letter from O. H. MunchJr. Lee, A. Perry Geiger, Principal, 362-2101
gregation congre- Lowell Avery, made displays mitted by home economics teachers proper supervision is given and ., the Board is informed that Branford High School Alex Pur- __ ___________ ___ L
gations from North Florida will
exhibits and served a nu-
in every section of the Uni- also that the Recreation Depart- Mr. Munch will return from pro-
gather for the semi-annual event. tritious drink composed of milk
ted States. ment the responsibility of fessional leave to his du-
_ accepts resume
The convention will .
serve as an and orange juice blended together.Mrs.
The "Desserts Edition" containsa cleaning the Armory after each ties as band director Branford
advanced for the .
training course Don Nelson county public FREE I
section for cakes cookies
separate -
delegates. practice and game. Public School, June 15, 1963.
health nurse and one of thegroup's
Other features will include a sponsors, explained that pies and candies. Other sections Bids were opened for trampolines A motion was made by Brim 24-HOUR
Baptism, a six month progress. the Council was created to en- features frostings and fillings at 10:00 A. M. Upon a motion seconded by Vann, "that no instructional OXYGEN EQUIPPEDAmbulance
puddings and custards froz-
Bar-
seconded coaching
by Brim by personnel or
report of the ofJehovah's health
preaching activity courage and aid the public
en desserts fruit desserts shortcakes nett, all bids were rejected and otherwise will be released from Service
Witnesses in circuit
this said
program in the schools. She
and jiffy desserts, dessert sau- new bids asked for next regular their duties until their contracthas _
model school.
a ministry the group had been effective for
_ Highlight of the convention will two years. ces and toppings, desserts for meeting. Motion carried. expired or has otherwise been Phone 3623333JAMES
large groups and many others. Su- carried
Mr. W. R. Hall Principal, terminated" Motion
be at 3
Sunday p.m., when D. J. Mrs. Nelson added that the
Low and
calorie foreign con- instruc- .
wannee High School was unanimously.James
Thomas New York
representativefor Council would take a field trip .
venience contained in
Jehovah's Witnesses gives the on April 24. The group will tour recipes separate ted to pay bills relating to injuries L. Bevel, Principal
sections are worth the $2.95 and losses of personal clothingas Douglass High School gave reports
talk: "Who Will Win The Strug the Duval Medical Center and the
price alone. For information on at the Lake CityLiveOak instructional
gle For' World occurred concerning person- =
Supremacy? Naval Air Station in Jacksonville B. DANIELS
how to obtain this book, contact .,
football nel at Douglass High School.
game.A
The is
public invited.
J she said.
cordially
Kay Knight at Phone 362-2073 letter from Mr. W. R. Hall Superintendent Williamson was FUNERAL HOME 4
or any other FHA girl between Principal, Suwannee High School instructed to suspend the follow-
Howard
East St.
3:30 and 5:00 pjn. from Coaches teachers
relating
requests ing :
.
Gene Cox and Brent Hall for release Annie Bailey, Douglass High J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D.
IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE from school at 2:30: each day School; E. L. White, Douglass
Coast Guard Test S. C. BASS, JR. S
March 4-29 for the purpose of High School; Martha Webster,
SYSTEMS commuting to Leon High Schoolto Suwannee High School. I EMERT POTEET

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Senior Class Plans Brothers Attend No. 2 being the hardest prisoner to keep be released from the- Navy on Au- of the proposed engineering study within a short period of time,"
in any type camp." gust 13 and would like to come then consideration should be he noted.
Dance Here. Saturday which he suspended for the same Leadership separation was apparently directly to Branford and begin given to the construction of a low- "Retirement and vacationinghave
:, reasons. effective since there is practicing.J. er level dam at Suwannee River a definite place in the econ-
; Members of the Senior Classat Naval Schools "You're in the 'little black box' no record of sustained, organized L. Oppenheimer a represen- State Park, which would providea omy of our Suwannee River Coun-
Suwannee High School will now Stephen," Phillips quippedat resistance in any of the POW tative of the National Life of Ver- minimum depth of three feet to try, and as projects heretofore
hold a dance at the Suwannee the defendant. The"little black mont Insurance Company came the Suwannee Springs dam, the mentioned become realities, we
County Coliseum Saturday, box" Phillips referred to is a filing camps.Moral Breakdowns from Jacksonville with Hunt and chairman added. know that this country of ours will
April 6, beginning at 8:30 p.m. index kept on all persons arrestedin Moral breaking was also effec- explained to the club how financ- Springs DevelopmentOther receive a tremendous benefit from
Proceeds from the affair will be the city since January. The tive. Although soldiers received ing could be acquired to build the projects include the development these two groups. We are now developing -
used to defray part of the expense system is designed to crack downon better clothing, food and shelter clinic. of outstanding attractions our advertising programto
of the Senior Trip plan- perpetual offenders through than they did in Japanese or Ger- Oppenheimer said that if a such as Charles Springsand encourage this movement," the
ned later this spring. more "substantial" bonds and man prisons 38 per cent of them clear deed to a piece of property Allen Mill Pond, capitalizingon chairman concluded.
A disc jockey from Radio Station I fines and whatever else might be died. This was the highest Am- could be had. the money couldbe the vast history of this area .
WAPE will provide the necessary to discourage violations.In erican POW death rate recordedin acquired by giving a mortgageon by rebuilding the old mission fort,
music for the dance, sponsors other cases appearing on the any war in our history Hunter the land and building. He said with trading post at Charles No.7
said this week.Branford. < court docket, Lucille Strickland, said. t there are firms in Jacksonvillethat Springs and rebuilding the dam hold the man for further investi-
charged with having no license Men distrusted one another to would likely loan this money. and water wheel at Allen MillPond gation.
$25 bond estreated; Willie Jones, the point of spurning any com- He added that his own company he said. Lewis said warrants from both
Senior r colored, improper parking, $5 panionship. Hunter said. They would probably be interested. "In the Peacock Springs area, Suwannee and Okeechobee have
bond estreated; Herman Leroy were also effectively isolated The proposals were turned overt the Authority recommends estab- been sent to the Jasper, Tex., authorities -
Sapp, speeding $15 bond estreated from their families. committee for action. The mat- lishment of a State Park preserving as a detainer against
Class Play Set ; Arley Hurst, public drunkenness "When given free plone calls ter was left with the agreementthat this spring with its abund- Bezek so he can be extradicted to
J. $15 bond and $2 costs es- to the states, over half of them the Branford Community ance of natural beauty for vaca- Florida to close these two cases.
: The Senior Class of Branford d treated; ; Wanda Jackson colored, declined," he said. "Many who would provide the land and Dr. tioners, with camping and small The sheriff said that several
High School will present their fighting, $15 bond and $2 costs did call did not call home. Hunt would assume. the mortgage.The cabin facilities," Camp told the safety deposit boxes had been
play, "Taming The Brat", on estreated; Jesse Jackson colored, Over one-third of the men ad- next step is a community Governor's Conference. found on Bezek when he was arrested -
Thursday April 4, at 8 pjn. in the fighting $25 bond and $4 costs mitted collaboration, or making 1 project for raising funds for this Plans for future development and an extensive search is
high school gymnasium. This is : estreated; Eligah Robinson, reck- false confessions under no duressor 1 proposed land.The Sears Founda- include many springs which are being made to find the where
ian annual event, used to raise less driving and no license, $50 force. In addition, the men ex- 1 tion will send a man at their expense ideally located throughout the abouts of these boxes for the pos-
money for the graduation exercises. DOUGLAS S. TOMLINSON bond and $4 costs estreated; and perienced a dulling of their sense 1 to Branford and supervisethe twelve county area; among them sible recovery of some of the stol
Douglas S. Tomlinson, son of James Donald Green Jr., reckless of values. 1 construction of their recom- are Troy Otter, Fannin, and Poe en money.
; "Taming The Brat", a three- Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Tomlinson driving and having an accident, Hunter noted that some of this ]mended two-doctor building. Springs. Lewis said he had driven over
act comedy written by Earl Louis of Rt. 5, Live Oak, recently case continued.. type of deterioration is occurring Scenic Highway 5,000 miles checking suspects in
Russell, depicts Janice's a completed six weeks of basic right here in America. He quoted The Authority has proposed and this case in this area, throughout
spoiled brat methods of getting training at the Great Lakes Na- No.3 from a mid-50s poll of high school No.6 will continue to work toward the Florida, and other states. He expressed -
her way. Mr. and Mrs. Nagelare val Training Center, Great Lakes, students conducted by Purdue 1 tion during the same period. building of a scenic highway following his appreciation for the
adherents of the "self- xpl'es- HI. a 'peacetime soldier' who sees it University. Over half of them Experimental DamIf the course of the Suwannee cooperation of law enforcement
sion" book in rearing Janice and The Suwannee High School only as a soft and safe job. Bothof thought most people incapable of the Suwannee Springs dam River as closely as the terrain officials in other areas.
are ever ludicrous as the pamper- graduate is currently attendingAD these types resent hardship and knowing what was best for them. ]proves successful in raising the will permit from White
ing parents. Class A school at Natte Naval sacrifice of any description as if They favored fire-tapping and water above that point to a level Springs to Fannin Springs cross-
Trouble arises when Janice attempts Air Station, Memphis, Tenn. these things were unreasonableand the "third degree" by police. They 1 beneficial to navigation Camp ing over the river on existing LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
to win the courtship of Douglas' brother. Dallas Q. unfair to them personally." thought police should censure continued, then an engineering bridges at several points to take
Jess'Pomeroy a college hero. The Tomlinson, ATI USN, has served Indoctrination Tactics books, movies, radio, and televi- study can be conducted to determ- advantage of the higher banks,
plot of the play is certain to eight years in the U. S. Navy. He One of the first specific steps sion. Forty-one per cent favored ine the height of a dam at the Camp added. Small or Large Areas
prove entertaining to both adults is attending an Aviation Electronic the Communists took in carryingout cancelling freedom of the press. Suwannee River State Park that "Such a 'Melody Lane' would CALL
and students. Technician School, Memphis these assumptions about the Another 34 per cent favored denying would create navigational pool I bring a tremendous flow of people -
The characters of the play are Tenn. The school session. will last American soldier was to isolate freedom of speech to cer- above that point providing a min- through out area, and make H. G. TURNERNight
Elaine Griffin, Linda Hudson, Al- 18 weeks. leadership from the group, Hunter tain people. And 25 per cent favored imum of three feet of water at the I accessible many miles of river
fred Dorsett, Billy Collins, Luther said. search and seizure without U. S. 41 bridge in the White front for development. The Au- 963-2751
Koon, Gerald Collins, Frances "Any man who showed quali- warrant, Hunter declared. Springs area. thority feels that the additional Day 963-2373
Strickland, Linda Gae Odom, Glo- ties of leadership was branded as "Freedom is always just one Upon determining that the pro- taxes brought to the counties or writeP.
ria Slocum, and Sharon Tum- No. 1Thus a 'poisonous individual' and was generation from extinction," he posed dam at the Suwannee River through such a developmentwould O. Box 475
mond. All the other members of I think it imperative that moved to a 'Reactionary Camp' concluded. State Park would create such a repay the entire cost of I
the Senior Class are taking part we look to the future and take where he was poorly fed and more pool, then the Suwannee Springs construction many times over WELLBOR.L.2.RID: ..
I in the preparations for the play. care of urgent needs as quicklyas heavily guarded," Hunter continued. dam could be eliminated, he said.
Admission will be 50 cents for possible. "Only one in twenty was con- No. 4 If the higher level dam at Su
adults and 25 cents for students. The two major needs of this sidered to be a leader. This included duties as caretaker of the Way- wannee River State Park does not OPENING
county as I see it at this time is officers and enlisted men. side Park at Dowling Park. The prove feasible at the conclusion
some plan that will provide more "These soldiers were not just a Board hired Bryant Clark as the
I MACK'S adequate financial support of our cross-section of Americans. They new caretaker. In addition, the BRANFORD BEAUTY SHOPPEOn
school system and definite plansto had met the physical and mental commission hired Fred Johnsonas PAYING $1.50
_ SPORT SHOP renovate and maintain the requirements of our armed ser a grader operator on the coun-. PER BUSHEL FOR Bank Of Suwannee River, U.S. 27
county Courthouse as well as oth_ vices. The remaining 95 per cent ty road staff. I
BASEBALL er county property. of the group left after leadership EARCORN SPECIALIZING IN
Unless the state comes up witha separation received psychological. i ALL Beauty Care
Shoes Bats No.5 I
treatment, he said.
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formula of state support that is
Another this form of loan makes senior WILL HAUL IF 100 OPERATORSMary I
Gloves Mitts near the 75-25 plan, this county step included corrupting -
1 will face a real, problam in find- communications, Hunter con- citizens over 65 eligible. If the old I BUSHELS OR MORE Drew Boatrightand
WHITE ing funds to maintain a growing tinued. Informers were rewardedand people are unable to make pay- J. A. MITCHELL
school system and the need for praised. "It was for the goodof ment, a family member can co- I ,
PAINT further improvements.All all." The soldiers informed on sign the note so the home can be MILLING CO. Kathryn Sikes

$2.98 Gal. that is necessary to pointup were not punished, but had a built, Roberts concluded. Phone 792-2051 Phone 935-3295
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:It I the need for building repair "walking conference" with a Clinic Project DiscussedDr. JASPER, FLORIDA
and care is a visit to the county "friendly" Chinese instructor. Dis- Owen Hunt from the Naval
TACKLE BOXES Courthouse and Agricultural trust and isolation of thoughts Base in Jacksonville appeared before -
followed, Hunter explained. "* the club and told the mem-
is
Building which also in a sad
_ 1-3 ,Off shape as to cleanliness and main- One out of ten soldiers indeed bership that he would like to
FROM $2.98 UP tenance. did become informers and can practice medicine in the Branford

We need these items cared for now be named by actual recordsin area.Branford '
COME SEE US! to continue to merit respect and Washington, he said. has had a number of
prestige. Mail was withheld unless it was problems in the project, including
bad news. No good news got procurement of both financingand 11;
through. Divorce notices "Dear a doctor. .
FOR John" letters, and others tendedto Hunt said he wanted a two- : /. '
Guaranteed Renewable LIFE cut off emotional support from doctor clinic similar to the one ; KEEP UP WITH THEHAPPENINGS
home or fellow soldiers. recommended by the Sears Roe ..
Hospital Surgical Insurance for All Ages Educational Program buck Foundation. "I have no intention "f.;,
After this treatment created a of coming here and prac- '
PAYS REGARDLESS OF OTHER. INSURANCE cloud of distrust and destroyed ticing 'witch doctor' medicine," :
home and family ties a refined Hunt said. He explained that a ,
AGES $1.95 OVER $4.60 educational program beg a n. doctor needed certain facilities
18-50 65 Methods included advanced sem- available to conduct his practice.
Hunt told the he would OF YOUR HOME TOWN
month_ month inars and, group dramatics.study, guest speakers group < .' .

AGES Hunter said the Communists ( '
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Models from Hailey's were Jan- hat of the palest yellow picking a News From BranfordBY Branford Personals .
et Hunt, Betty Moses, and Mrs. touch of green from the dress was
Mack Hunt. Those modeling the picture of spring. s
clothes from the Lovely Shop i Door Prize Drawing Sheriff and :Mrs. Jack Evans of afternoon.Mr .
were Linda Hudson. Joann Odom,I Following the Hailey's showing, : MRS. I OIS WILLIAMS Sanford were Wednesday visitorsof .and Mrs. Leon Sims and
Judy Moses, Betty Land, Cherryl drawings for door prizes were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brooks. daughters of Gaine&VtDe4Iited
Mellette Jackie Thompson, Geor- held.The Miss Kathy Chandler attendedthe Mrs. L. A. Sims and other relatives -
gia Walker. Mrs. Elisabeth Bailey Lovely Shop featured sleep I Rues Whitewash Union In Track Spring Follies at the Univer- Sunday.
Mrs. Freddie Avery Irma Jo wear, bathing suit, sports clothes, County OpenerThe sity of Florida Friday night. .
Hunt and Linda Odom. casual clothes, and dressy clothes, I -. Mrs. C. P. Goodson and daughter. -
Branford Bucs opened their Union County of Lake Butler. The
Mrs. W. S. Ware commentatedthe in that order. Each model wore
Deanna, of Umatilla visited Mrs. Fred Jones
track season with a win over Bucs scored 71 points to 52 for
Hailey's fashions and the hats three or more outfits. the Lake Butler Miss Hilda Jones Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Sullivan over
from the Mad Hatters; Mrs. Tan- Linda Hudson opened the Love- Betty Land's dress of blue lace i the Tigers.Bucs will take, the week end. Hosts Bridge Club
night
nenbaum of the Lovely Shop com- ly Shop's fashions wearing a cute was a stunning sheath. Her hat I on Friday Mayo at the Branford Trackat Honored At FSU Mrs. H. A. Smith of Orlando is The Wednesday Afteraeen
mentated her fashions; and Judy night gown of white and blue of large roses in tones of blue was 7:30 The public is invited I I visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge Club met at the home of
Moses and Betty Moses wrote the checks. Just right for a slumber lovely. and there p.m.is no charge. Miss Hilda Jones, daughter of M. D. Sullivan.Mr. Mrs. Fred Jones, March 27, at
commentary for the Halley show. party. Mrs. Freddie Avery's dress of Boys taking part in the meet Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Bran- and Mrs. Clyde Hall of 3:30: pjn.
The lunchroom was decoratedin Jackie Thompson wore a golden smart colors with black and white from Branford Charles Kil- ford, was elected by the student Largo were Sunday visitors of Mr. An arrangement of red roses
the palest colors of spring with dotted bathing suit, fashionedfor jersey was matched with a hat of patrick, were David body of Florida State Universityto and Mrs. C. H. Brooks. was placed on the TV with seasonal -
Ivy and flowers entwined down the summer's best look. Geor- black and white. Allen, Fred Jerry Scarborough Lee, serve as Junior Women's Ju- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanley of flowers being used in the
Allen Gary Gary
each table. The models entered gia Walker sported the new denim Cherryl Mellette wearing bright Lee, John Barnett, Gerald Barrs, diciary of the Government for the Perry were Sunday guests of Mr. dining room.
the room under an archway of ivy look of light blue and red stitch- pink in a sheath dress with a David coming college term. and Mrs. L. D. Stanley. Those playing bridge were Mrs.
Stapleton Roger Kilpat-
and flowers. Fashions from Hai- ing, the perfect outfit for casualor Her also initiated Hatch W. B. Mrs. R. Griffith
matching jacket, was lovely. rick, Don Philpot, Gerald Hagin, Miss Jones was Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Thomas G. -
ley's were featured first with each sports wear. hat of a deep pink with a dazzling J. D. Fletcher, Billy Collins, Eu- into the "F" Club which is the and family visited relatives in Mrs. L. D. O'Steen Mrs. A.
model showing several fashions.To Joann Odom ready for any- bow of black patent made this a Allen, Smith, Luther honorary club of the Athletic De- Jacksonville Sunday. Jack Phillips, Mrs. S. L. Town-
welcome spring to Branford, thing in a three piece outfit of stunning collection. Koon gene Wayne Earnest partment. To be in this club one Mrs. Phil Yoder of Tavares and send, Mrs. W. R. Hill, Mrs. T. D.
Johnny Fissell
Janet Hunt wore a pair of plaid blue, featured a wrap around skirt Judy Moses' dress of ice blueis Kelly, Kim Miller and Marvin has to be outstanding in two Mrs. Wilburn were visiting friendsin Minter, and Mrs. W.S. Ware. Mrs.
shorts with a three-quarter sleev- with matching shorts. the thing for the late date.The sports. Branford this past week. Ware won high score.
ed shirt. Her sun-shading hat of Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey looked dress featured a bow at the shoul- Humphries. Miss Jones was outstanding in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas At the close of the game Mrs.
straw completed this outfit. ready for work sports, or housecleaning der with streamers to the hem basketball and volleyball; she was and son of Gainesville visited Mr. Jones served doughnuts and coffee -
Mrs. Hunt looked the picture of in blue coullots with a line. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) on the all star team of both. I I and Mrs. W. B. Thomas Sunday to her guests.
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fashions off with a whirl in a dressed in the summer's favorite :iIc-: L U
yellow and green dress beautiful outfit of white pedal pushers anda : tk : : ,
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PAGE TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 13

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LQf&Ite/te4ito; Local Church Hosts Here And There Mrs. Thomas. LeRoy Dorsett' 1r.rrT Woman's Club To

District Guild. Meet ; .' Have Luncheon MeetThe

The Tallahassee: District of the Lex McKeithen student at Live Oak Woman's Club
Wesleyan Service Guild met Sunday F. S. U., spent the week end with will meet Friday at 12:30 for
WOMGN March 31, In the First Methodist -' his parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex their regular monthly meeting

Church In Live Oak with McKeithen.Mrs. and covered dish luncheon.The .
six Guilds in the district repnsented W. J. Nipper. Mrs. Glenn guest speaker will be
.,- Milton and daughter. Nedra and
Donald Nelson, district directorof
CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor Luncheon was served at 12:30 Miss Caroline Hart spent last the State Welfare Board.
pm. by the Woman's Society o: Thursday in Jacksonville visitingMr. .
Hiss Dorothy Long Christian Service of the church. and Mrs Curtis Collins and I

., .Y Following the invocation by the Mrs. Wayne King and Infantson ,; ; Mrs. Scott Hostess
c Rev. Spivey Brabham the presi- Kevin. +d. I
't1: dent of the local Guild, Mrs. E. L. Reggie McNeill, student at FSi:, x' I. To Circle Two
YiJ.' Kent, welcomed the guests and spent the week end with his par- : d Circle Two of the First Prasfcv-
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<:.Y Introduced Mrs Lyon B.Crashy atGeeet ;eats afc.and Mre Dare 2ic8 Ze(2T tecfact a ur & ( K s da$ 2>\

:t;: sboto pia' Ss pFrsSzrz x 01 '77z2>y ieJz >>. J. Xrsar 1ll2$ .. ) 3:3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. K
the Tallahassee District W mm's : Murfe Summers attended the Foil B Scott with nine members pres
Society of Christian Service. MR. i parts and service meeting in Valdosta a 1 I ent.The

Crosby presided In the absence of I Ga.. Monday evening. I I meeting was opened with
Miss Virginia Maxwell of Perry. i Mrs. Joe Johnson of Tallahassee 'a Y w a m 1! I prayer by the chairman, Mrs. J I
secretary of the Tallahassee Dis- visited her son-in-law and -I 1I Dunn.
trict Wesleyan Service Guild. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom The Church Retention chair-
'" Following the luncheon the local Moore last week end. :: I man Mrs. L. E. Cuipepper. told of

,. Guild unit presented Life George Dempsey. student at v.tit9 a tour of Home Mission churchesto
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and Mrs. G. B. Lord. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. w. "'. April 19.The .

'IXw The program began at 1:45 pjn Dempsey.Mrs. monthly emphasis on '
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:: y..d" with Miss Martha Chapman of Niels Brorsen spent last ,; .< "Christian Higher Education" was
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% .;y'.f G ', %tll: : program were Mrs. Doris McIntyre Maren Brorsen spent the t M Y, Faces Opposition", was led by
District Supply Chairman week end in Lake City visitingMr. Mrs. Cuipepper with a discussionby
,, and Miss Nina Bratton, District and Mrs. C. R. Hurst. the members.A .
y'.. y6r' ', qv rd' .:'va'. ''Yt s,
} 5s: eY, ; 4"! 4rw. L Y. Chairman of Nominations both Mrs. Douglas Cheney spent I social hour was enjoyed at
;. '",, .,:Y "' r.JrrF.L. .uw'y'i'J''fv of the Jacksonville District of the Thursday afternoon in Lake City. ? : the close of the meeting.

FPr Wesleyan Service Guild. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Lewis of I The neat meeting will be in the

Tallahassee spent Sunday in Live home of Mrs. W .W. Townsend.
Oak visiting friends and relatives. U U
Mrs. Tyson HostessTo Miss Elizabeth Ball spent the
Church CircleMrs. week end with her father, Arthur Mrs. Robert Adair Babcock of Tanbridge. Vt, announces the Easter Breakfast To
Ball, in New Smyrna Beach. marriage of her daughter EUean Sue, to Thomas LeRoy Dorsett Jr.,
Lawrence Tyson was hostess Mrs. Gladys Nourse left for her son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dorsett of Branford. Be Sponsored By MYF
;77T li,. to Circle Four of the First home In Rutland. Vt., last Thursday The ceremony took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald The MYF of the First Methodist

{ w 4t Presbyterian Church when they after spending three months E. Willin ham, St. Cloud, a close friend of the groom. Rev D. G. Church will have an Easter
u,,. met Monday night at eight o-' Breakfast following Easter Sun-
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here.Mrs. West, Evangelist solemnized the rites of matrimony at 8:00 o'clockin
G :: 'fat ri'4 Y::>n rise Services In the FellowshipHall
.J.i. .Y'1' ; clock. S. T. McDowell, Mrs. Jack
'a4''Sfc \ The devotional was led by Miss Jones, Mrs. Frank Futch Sr.. and the evening February 14. of the church from 7 aon to
f ..e :;xw .' "Y\ \ Maren Brorsen and was followed Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth spent Bliss Marilyn J. Coffin served as maid of honor and wore a 8:30 am.
by the business meeting. Tuesday in Havana.Gleaner's white wool sheath dress. Proceeds from this breakfastwill
The monthly emphasis is Donald R. Willingham served as best man. be used toward a scholarshipto
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Lamar Long announce the engagement ; "Christian' send a Filipino student to
Higher Education" and Class Has The bride wore a sheath dress of nylon acetate.
l of their daughter, Dorothy Jacqueline Long, to Richard Woodward was presented by Mrs. Tom Dob-. Following ceremony the wedding party attended a dinner school for one year.
White of Mr. and airs. Rhett White Sr. Tal Tickets for the breakfast
son Goodwyn of a- bins.Mrs. Supper Meeting Monday party at the Tiki House in Orlando. may
hassee. Elmer the be purchased from the church of-
Browning gave The Gleaners Sunday School The bride graduated from Greenfield High School, Greenfield,
Iiss Long, a graduate of Suwannee High School, was a memberof Bible study taken from Matthew Class of the First Baptist Church Mass. She also graduated from Perry. Normal School In Boston fice. a .
the National Beta Club National Honor Society 4-H Club and : 15:1-9.. met at the home of Mrs. Charles
and is 1-2-3 at Kenansville Elementary
presently teaching grades
Glee Club. She is attending Florida State University, Tallahassee, *to. Tyson served refreshmentsto Green Sr. Monday evening for a
her guests at the close of the covered dish supper. School, Kenansville. Ice Cream Social
Is on the Dean's list and Is a social welfare and secretarial science
: meeting. Mrs. John Leonard, president The groom graduated from Branford High School and Florida Friday.Night
major.Mr. The circle will meet with Mrs. presided over the meeting. State University Tallahassee with a BS Degree, he is a member of
White of Leon High School attended the An Ice Cream Social will be giv-
graduate ,
a
Arlie K. Townsend for their May The
program "Devotion On the Beta Beta Chapter of the Phi Epsllon Kappa Fraternity.
Citadel, member of the Citadel Yacht Club English Club, and choir. meeting. Easter" was given by Mrs. Floyd en by the Youth Fellowship of the
Received a BA degree in English from Florida State University, Fairbanks.' Live Oak Advent Christian

r member of FSU University Singers ROTC, commissioned in U.S. It was announced that the class Church Circle Meets At Bowling Park Home Church Friday night, April 5. at
7:00 pjn. in the Educational
Army Reserve, member of Board of Directors of Capital City Kiwanis Birth AnnouncementMr. project for April would be an Easter Circle Three of the First Meth- residents at the Home. Building of the church.

Club, First Baptist Church Sunday School teacher; MS Degree and Mrs. Robert Cross of remembrance for Mrs. Swan's odist Church met Monday after- The Rev. John Davenport pas- The proceeds will help financean
from FSU In Education Administration and Supervision; em- Live Oak announce the birth of. Nursing Home. noon at the Advent Christian tor of the Methodist Church of Easter retreat at Camp SuI
the The May meeting will be held Home at Park with eight interesting
In Dowling presented
a son Thursday. Mar. 21, Perry, an
Baa Junior
science at School
ployed as a teacher Augusta High wannee for the Youth Fellowship
Suwannee County HospitaL.He at t the home of Mrs. Phil Goff. members present. program on "The Old Rugged
Tallahassee, and is a tank platoon leader of U.S. Army. Reserve. ; A dish of cream and cake for 25c
has been named Robert There being no further business Refreshments of cake and Cross". He illustrated the hymn
The wedding will be an event of April twenty-isxth in the Mt Walterman Cross Jr. the class adjourned by repeating I punch were served and individual with a florescent chalk drawing. with drinks sold. .separately.

Olive Baptist' Church, Wellborn. ( .Paternal grandparents are Mr.I their class verse in unison. I I baskets of Easter candies were I I Rev. Davenport closed the pro-
All friends and relatives of the couple are Invited. I and Mrs. H. C. Cross of Live Oak. Thirteen members were present. given to each member and the gram with a solo. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)



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Death Destruction In Its :PathA Famed Speedster of Fish Season In Electricty


tornado is nature's most the base of the cloud. '' Touching Washington _Bluenose, the greyhound of schoonerswill ,
destructive, violent and spec- down to the 'groun and rising race again in Novia Scotia waters.A and Indians Glades in Counties Highlands are learningall Hendry.
tacular storm. 0 aloft in an eerie dance of death replica of the famed racing-fishing vessel is taking about the intricacies of electricity
A vicious whirlpool of air it leaves complete and total'de- shape in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, at the Smith and Rhu- according to A. M. Pet s.
struction where it touches downto land shipyard where the first Bluenose was launched in
with winds of 300 miles per as' agricultural engineer with the
hour near its center, a tor- earth and, a harmless roar 1921.Keel largest tonnage per populationuntil Agricultural Extension Service.
it remains aloft.
of the 143-foot wooden the 1880s. Nearly 200 Pettis reports that Indian 4-H
nado demolish
can large Two distinguishing features ship was laid on March 6, 1963. schooners still sailed out of her youth along with their parents
buildings in a few seconds. which make a tornado are easily It will be built according to the magnificent natural harbor in the and other family members are attending -
Tornadoes have been known to recognized. The first. is the funnel original blueprints, and should 1920s the National Geographicsays. a special electrical instruction -
lift cars animals and even rail- shaped cloud. This. extends. down t prove an important tourist attraction program sponsored by
high into the air and from the cloud like a twisting-
road cars when launched in mid- Beat the Devil the Glades Electrical Cooperative.The .
them 100 yards before turning spinning monster -devouring -
carry I July. Some of the men who handledthe Instruction is designed to give
them back to earth. all it touches. The second
slamming Four-Time Champion schooners were superstitious.It 4-H Club boys and girls a
They can play odd tricks. They trade mark of the tornado is its Bluenose is virtually a legendin was the practice of one captain, knowledge of electricity and its
can drive a straw several inches noise an eerie sound which I VV Nova Scotia, says the National on setting forth, to retire im- uses.
into a tree, pick up a 1,000 pound once heard is never forgotten. The Geographic Society. Its mem- mediately to his cabin, take out a "So far three instruction ses-
I
k
steer, carry it for a mile then deposit sound has been likened to that of ory helps keep alive the Canadian pack of cards and play the devilat sions have been held, Pettis says,
it gently on the ground many freight trains passing near I f province's great tradition of sea- solitaire for a successful voy pointing out that the average attendance -
f shaken but unharmed. Tornadoes by or to the sound of low: flying faring.
at the sessions was W.
have been reported to have snat-, jet airplanes. The sleek- spoon-bowed schooner age.Lunenburg remains a blue- "Electricity Is new to many of
ched the feathers from chickens: Severe Tornadoes r was undefeated in four North water town though stained by the Indians in Highlands Hendry,
leaving them embarrassed but un'. Over the Tri-State Area there j I Atlantic Fishermen's Championships rust, gasoline and oil. The har- and Glades Counties Pettis ex-
' harmed. are from 15 to 30 days of the year though five ships were spe- bor is a mixture of stubby, gear- plains. "Through this program we
Although very volent and capable on which tornadoes occur with cially designed and built to try laden power draggers and schooners are able to teach safety rules,
f unlimited destruction, the about 75 cent of these tornado
of
per
to beat her. with cut-down spars and en- basic electrical terms, life saving
-1, actual path of a tornado is norm- days occurring in a three month Birmingham, Ala., 25 people killed angles to the storm's path.If The champion sailed to Eng- gines added. Shipwrights build techniques and even lamp mak-
ally but a few hundred feet wide period of March. April and May. 200 injured and 1& million retreat Is not possible, lay land for George V's Silver Jubi- dories, power boats, and trawlers. ing."
.. and most storms cut paths of less Tornadoes generally travel from dollars in damage. Gainesville.Ga. flat on the ground preferably in lee and was honored on a Cana- Factories produce marine engines, The Indians are also taught
; than one mile long.Tornado the southwest to the northeast ., has been visited twice since a ditch or depression. In the vicinity dian postage stamp in 1929. Her ship's iron, and brasswork. Pro- how to use water pumps and meter -
Alley and occur mainly between the 1900 by especially vicious torna- of a tornado may articlesare image also appears on the Ca- cessing plants freeze, smoke filet reading. Each of the 4-H'ers
Tornadoes develop where warm hours of 3 and 7 p.m. does. flying about including some nadian dime. can, dry, and pickle cod and her- constructs a heavy duty exten-
l' moist surface air collides with Among the many tornadoes On June 1. 1903. 98 persons were I which can be lethal they strike Yet Bluenose was not a mere I ring brought in by the fleet. sion cord during the schooL The
' cool dry air. This condition is which have occurred over the Tri- killed by a tornado and again -i racing toy. A hard-working and Only a few commercial fisher- materials for the cord are provided -
: usually associated with an area State Area since 1953 the follow- on April 6. 1936 a tornado you.Remember Tornadoes, although successful fishing boat, she car- men still go down to the sea in by the Glades Electrical Co
! 100 to 150 miles ahead of a cold ing are outstanding: April 18. struck Gainesville taking 203 lives.' they occur in a state sized ried a crew of 21 to the Grand schooners. operative.
front. The cold air is usually displacing 1953 at Columbus Ga., 2 people .
In recent weeks tornadoes have area,frequently are relatively very Banks of Newfoundland every Directing the special electrical
very moise tropical gulf killed. 300 injured, and 15 million caused millions of dollars worth of small storms and the probabilityof year for the fishing season from I 50-YEAR-OLD THEFT school is W. B. Irby manager of
air.A dollars in damage. April 30, 1953 property damage and several any one town being struck bya October to March. She holds the Knoxville Tenn.-Mayor John the Glades Electrical Cooperative.W. .
familiar meeting place of at Warner Robins Ga.. 18 peoplat deaths in parts of Alabama and tornado is very low and the record for the largest single catch Duncan was surprised when a W. Black, REA safety director -
these two air masses is the cen- Warner Robins. Ga.. 18 people Georgia. During 1962 there were chance of any one individual being ever landed in Lunenburg.The prominent business man walked Is also assisting with the
tral plains states which are known killed 300 injured and damage in 16 tornadoes verified In Florida injured is about the same as advent of diesel-powered into his office and admitted steal- classes.
as "Tornado Alley". excess of 15 million dollars. March 12 in Georgia and 11 in Alabama. a person being struck by light- trawlers and draggers spelled the ing a bathing suit in a park about The next session of the electri-
: A tornado is actually a very severe -' 13, 1954. in Taylor Crawford and These include the tornado ning a rather remote risk. decline of wind-driven vessels.In 50 years ago. cal school is scheduled for March
! thunderstorm which develops, Bibb Counties in Georgia 5 people Fla., Ru Bluenose sold to
I which struck the Milton. 1942 was The conscience-stricken man 18 at MooreCertificates
" a funnel shaped vortex or pendent' killed. 75 injured and 3 million area on March 31, taking 17 lives. the West Indies Trading Com- handed the mayor $5 as a pay- will be awarded to
,, cloud that whips around out of dollars in damage. April 15, 1956 By comparison, there were 141 Oldest Purebred Doff pany and converted to a freigh- ment for the crime. The mayor those who have completed the
II tornadoes recorded in Texas 67 in The Saluki, swiftest and perhaps ter. She hustled cargo between said he would use the money to course and hamburgers will be
III Oklahoma and 61 in Kansas dur- the'oldest of purebred dogs United States and West Indies buy a suit for some needy child provided by the Glades Electrical
I ing 1962 with the total for all of is unexcelled as a hunter on desert ports until she struck a coral reef next summer. Cooperative.This ;
: CUT OO MODERN WITH WBBWARRENGAS* the United States reaching 632. sand and rocky waste. To and sank off Haiti in 1946. is the second year the

U. S. Weather Bureau's severe Moslem nomads who consider Built, manned, and skipperedout FLYING BELTA Glades Electrical Cooperative has
storm forecasting center at Kan- other dogs unclean the Saluki is of Lunenburg. Bluenose sym- jet-propelled flying belt sponsored this instructional pro
IRRIGATION ..... s sas City, Kan., issues severe wea-' not a dog at all but a gift from bolizes an era when that town made of steel tubing is being test- gram.
ther and tornado forecasts for the Allah. was the deep-sea fishing capitalOf ed. It is to be worn by astronauts, .
Tri-State Area. These forecastsare s Canada. Lunenburg shipwrights enabling them to move about in

COSTS distributed through the Wea- (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) helped give the maritime prov- space so as to make outside repairs (Office Supplies at MeCrimoa'a)
ther Bureau Offices in the area ince of Nova Scotia the world's to their space vehicles.
with each Weather Bureau Office
withWARRENGAS
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distributing the warnings to cer-
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When a warning of possible
tornadoes is received there are
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Discovered 480'.Years Ago by ;':: : How Dies Girl Pass "Hi" Stage With 'Him'? I


I CANDY 1- guarantee that he it going to lib
Gulf Stream Contains
Deep Mystery, Tom DorrSKSH her, too-whether or not he is
"torjj
Z'p .LII equally friendly with his greeting.

4 Swift Current Has Surging 'Pulse'Washington ( ) WflSNT ? 'T (1 w=. iMy1T l'bV quite There proper are occasions for a girl to when invite it is a

SIMPLY DMN5 .jx RoR11'Y boy to be her escort-sorority and

The Gulf Stream has given up few ( \: club parties, for example. That is,
basic secrets since it was discovered by Ponce de Leon o0 0 ooc a P Yi unless times have changed since
l lJ
l this writer was a teenager.
450 springs
ago. Another way a girl may let a
of the Stream pictures a .
The romantic conception boy know she likes him is simply

warm. blue swift-running ocean river that saves Ice- by telling him, not directly, but
land, the British Isles, and tance." fl through a mutual friend. This is
Northern Europe from turning Into The Sargasso, according to this a not done by saying this: "Go tell

a setting for polar bears. theory, acts as a huge hot-water l him that I like him. Instead, it
Td oceanographers" it is an enIgma tank for Europe. Dispersal of its is only necessary to say, "I think

the National Geographic comforting warmth is controlled, -, ....- OJ,. ., he is very nice. I like him very
Society says. Serious study of the to a large extent, by the, speed : much."You can be quite sure that
,Gulf Stream began as recently as of the Gulf Stream.Paradoxically Q THE WEEK'S LETTER. "Your ata'I The foolish things that people this friend will UU him at the first
column has noted In tha past that do from time to time are usually opportunity.You .
1844, and intensive research with Europe would become there is a 'right way to let a 'spe done in desperation. An individual said it yourself. There is a
modern sicentific tools suggests colder not hotter if CREEPS: EVERYONE OF COURSE!BUT 1 15 clal' boy know that you like him. can place to much importance "right" way for young ladies to
that it contains deeper mysteriesthan the Gulf Stream should begin to KNOWS HE WEARS A Of4lf rHR WAY' HE This Is fine, but how do you proceed upon such a little thing act. Haven't you noticed it? The
were suspected. One recent flow faster. The effect would be TOUPEE-.THE SHOULDER LOOKS W REAL ,from there? How do you get they can think of nothing else. girl who "chases" boys may catcha
expedition discovered, for instance I not to carry more warmth but to BEt-ONG-rOTHtc SUIT.-.. LIFE. past an occasional *HH'! as you Other things more important be- few-yet every single one of

that off Florida, the tighten the barrier about the MAKE-UP....TAKE AWAY 2. pass 'him' in the ,halls or on the come lost "in the shuffle." them gets away as quickly as he
Stream seems to have a pulse Sargasso. ALL THAT street. And how can you let 'him'know
ANQ.. Generally speaking, if a girl Is can.
which makes the water flow in Currents of the Gulf Stream 0 you like "him without seem u ban a.....(s P.ll.. ya
friendly and always speaks to a 71
repeated thrusts like blood in an system sweep in a gigantic ellip- ing forward? If not printed,please ...* !. *!...... .r *. ....r.."..
boy when she sees him, he is t* aalt.. aSCr..s y..r h'hr !.
artery. tical orbit about the Western 0r. answer. I'M desperate!I" smart enough to know that she FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS.

Dynamic Barrier North Atlantic and enclose the i OUR REPLY. Don't be 'desper- likes him. This, of course, is no SERVICE.NATIONAL FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, KY.
Some oceanographers no longer Sargasso. The sea itself suggestsa

think of the Gulf Stream ae a vast ocean desert with little Woods Hole, who discovered thata of miles in mysterious tune to sea- plant life carried out by the Ma-
great river snaking across the marine life. It extends more than massive deep current flows beneath sons and tides. It flows faster in rine Laboratory and National

North Atlantic. They regard it, halfway across the Atlantic; Ber- the Gulf Stream in an opposite summer than in winter. This survey -, Geographic.
rather, as a barrier separatingcold muda is an off-center pivot on ..., direction. This phenomenon also determined that giant
arctic water from the warm the east-west axis. when understood could revo- waves or "meanders", move pon- i Fish use the Stream as a sub
The Gulf Stream in starting its way. Millions of eels take it from
-Sargasso Sea. lutionize
present concepts of ocean derously in the same direction as
"The intensity of flow of the Journey gushes through the Flor- and Africa. dy of it was begun by Franklin's circulation systems. the Stream. their birthplace southwest of Ber-

Stream, the Stream's direction, ida Straits at a rate of about a The fastest current ever foundin great-grandson, Alexander D. American oil tankers, equipped The pulsating nature of the muda to North America and Eur

and its temperature are not primary hundred billion tons of water an open sea almost 11 miles an i Bache for the United States with loran, took part In a year- Gulf Stream in the Florida Straits ope. Incredibly, the America-

climatic factors in determ- hour. It takes a surprisingly nar- hour was measured off Flor- Coast and Geodetic Survey. long survey which found that the I was detected during a ten-year bound eels know exactly where to
ining the climate of Europe said row course. up the Atlantic coast ida in the Gulf Stream. In con- The first textbook of modern Stream twists and bends hundreds study of its teeming animal and get off.

Henry Stommel, of Woods Hole past Newfoundland, then breaks trast, a normal current lazes alongat oceanography, published by Mat-

Oceanographic Institution, in his into a series of branches knownas a pace of % mile to a mile, thew F. Maury in 1855, began:
,comprehensive book 'The Gulf the North Atlantic Current. and as a rule the Gulf Stream "There is a river in the ocean. M

Stream'. "But the role which it One branch curves back under seldom exceeds four to five milesan In the severest droughts it never OPAIO A VAJue I
plays in determining the northern Iceland, ultimately to help flush hour. fails and in the mightiest floodsit

boundaries and average temperature icebergs from Davis Strait. Some Discovered Near Canaveral never overflows The Gulfof NITY

structure of the Sargasso branches shoot off past Scandinavia Ponce de Leon first observedthe Mexico is its fountain, and its -
I,I Sea must be of critical impor- others turn south to Spain Gulf Stream on a spring day mouth is the Arctic Ocean." -

I in 1513. Cruising near a cape now In time, oceanographers learned I o HELP WANTED e FOR RENT

known as Canaveral, he was start- that the Gulf Stream is mis-
LITTLE ADS WANTED Women to work soda
I A. led to find his ships suddenly going named. Some of the currents FOR RENT Downstairs front
L.
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backward instead of forward. feeding the Stream surge throughthe apartment. Very comfortable,
person, A & W Drive In. tf
Soon, Spanish mariners learned to Gulf of Mexico,, but they mix BIG RESULTS cge convenient location. Call 362-
SPREADER SERVICE I I avoid or follow the Stream to hardly at all with its waters. 2208. cge tf
SALES HELP WANTED
their advantage.In Study of a fast-moving, fluc- April
"WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS' 1770, Benjamin Franklin tuating river in open sea remains 8 is H-day for the company and FOR RENT Two furnished
gathered data about the Gulf difficult. New ideas and instru- BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever V-day for you. If you have faith apartments. Call 362-23)9 or

Fast and Courteous Service Stream for British authorities who ments have inspired a number of in yourself and will work 8 to 362-2935. cge tf

could not understand why their major efforts in recent years by the purpose, yon will 10 hours per day you can earn
Rte. Telephone 776-2271 packets to New York were taking organizations such as the Coast find Democrat classifieds do $100 to $200 per week. If you FOR RENT Furnished apart-

McALPIN FLORIDA two or three weeks longer than and Geodetic Survey, Woods Hole, the Job, quickly and well. can be bonded, have a car, and I,' front ment, private bath, private
and back entrance, con-
Office you are over 25 years of age,
,
American merchant ships putting the Navy Hydrographic
it veniently located. Call 362-
Road into Rhode Island ports. the University of Miami Marine is amazing the opportunitywe
Near Harrell's Store on Mayo - 2742.
Not much was really known Laboratory, and the National have for you. Pleasant work cge tf ;

about the Gulf Stream, however Geographic Society.Conntercnrrent. and promotion comes quickly to FOR RENT Furnished apart- '
until the middle of the 19th cen-i II Detected DEADLINE FOR INSERTION those that really seek promo- ment, with one or two bed-
In 1844 the first stu ''f' It Stommel of tion. See the manager Room
tury. major was Henry 5:00 P3L rooms. Private entrances, no
-Tuesdays 314, Suwannee Hotel, Live Oak, small children. Phone 362-

Fla.. Friday, Apr. 5, 8 ajn. to 2441. 608 W. Duval St. cge tf
10 ajn. Also Monday, Apr. 8,
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8 a.m. to 12 FOR RENT
A Thought For TodayBy noon. ccjj 47 Three bedroom

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BRODY 0. HARRIS"Prosperity 2Vi cents per word with a SURVEY HELP WANTED We also two bedroom apartment on
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA minimum jf 75#. need 2 neat ladies 21 years or South Ohio Avenue. Phone 362-

Phone 362-3111 r < is ?a great teacher; adversity is a, (AU classifieds must be paidin over, to work 2 to 6 hours per 2630. Winston Rogers Realtor
I Adults SOC Children 20c greater. Possession pampers the mind; privation advance.) day. Part time or full time. cge tf

Tax Included trains strengthens it. Hazlitt. Transportation will be furnished -
BOX OFFICE OPENS ONE WEEK FREE FOR RENT
3:15 We hear much of the great education and moral from office to work and backto Two apartments
Monday Through Friday,
Saturday, 12:45 vU S strengthening to be gained from adversity and pri- Classifieds ordered for four office. Working conditions $35 and $40 monthly. Conveni-

Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night vation. We wouldn't presume to argue this point- weeks, run the last week free. good. Call for Mr. Green at the ently located. Adults only. Call
far be it but we are often moved to wonder if it 362-2527. paej 47-48
$&25 will pay for a 30 word desk, Suwannee Hotel, Friday,
is so utterly debasing to be spoiled just a bit by advertisement for four weeks.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY. APRIL 4-5 April 5, 8 ajn. to 10
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Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds ajn.caga
citizens.of our great country. If adversity is to be for Proven Results. 47 O FOR SALE
ROBERT MITCUUM ELEANOR PARKER .;M one's lot perhaps there is some measure of conso-
'. lation in knowing that if nothing else we are being FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins
In toughened and conditioned to face any frightening For Sale-Real EstateFOR guaranteed
not to leak.Ottis .
eventuality prosperity, for example. 8 MISCELLANEOUS

HOME FROM THE HILLAlso SALE Three bedroom Brown Motors. cge tf

For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remem- VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. brick home, tile bath carport, FOB SALE-New and used plan.

ber we are here 24 hrs a day to render the service to Machine, machlneless and cold natural gas heating, hot water os. Frier Music Co. North OMc
wave permanents given. Ope heater, Cable TV. 304 Martha Ave. Live Oak 362-2188.
CARTOON NEWS you. We have always given this service in our area
rators-AnnIe H. Mills Mary
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FREE of charge.SUWANNEE. Drew Boatright Myrtice Croft, 2505. pbbe 43-47
SATURDAY APRIL 6 and Frances Johnson. Phone FOR SALE Wisconsin engines
and parts. Clinton Engines and
362-1831. cge tf FOR SALE
-Two bedroom blockhouse I
DOUBLE FEATURE parts. Poulan Chain saws and
HOME iri Pinewood SubDivision.
FUNERAL -
Douglass High School parents and parts. Chain saws from $129.95up.
JOEL McCREA JULIE ADAMS patrons are urged to Join their Low monthly payments and 905 Fifth St., Phone 362-
small equity. Contact Joe Brin-
In BRODY C. HARRIS P-TA now. We need your help. 3051. pbbe 46-49
son. nc tf
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FOR SALE
Two good rebuilt
GUNFIGHT AT DODGE CITY 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 1192. cge tf FOR SALE 2 year old, 3 bed- White sewing machines in cabi-

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Septic tank and drain field room house, tile bath, carport, nets, like new 1 treadle and 1

Feature No. 2- cleaning. Suwannee, Madison, natural gas heating, hot water electric, $79.50 each or $65 cash.
and Hamilton Counties. Call J. heater 1461 Pearl Ave. Call Also, new and rebuilt Singersand

1 JOHN SAXON W. Darby Jasper, after 6 p.m. 362-3585. pbbe 45-48 other types in portable. Call
V
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In FOR SALE-Residence on paved St., 362-2744 Bell Wheel Sew-

LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY -With street city water, gas and sew- ing Machine Center. cue tf
I WAR HUNTAlso Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c.
Three bedrooms
er. two baths, FOR SALE
Pure-bred Duroc
Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17
carport. Low down payment,
service boars and gilts. From
priced to go, 10 years financing.
registered
stock.: Priced to sell.
SEA HUNT NO. 1 CARTOON ;< FARMERS: It takes money to Residence, three bedrooms, bath Lonnie B. Hurst.
Phone 362-
make money. See your coopera- and half bath, plenty shrubbery -
142-
tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. Pbbe 46-49
shade
,
.r trees pecans. In
SUNDAY-MONDAY APRIL 7-8
Terms to 7 See
4 up years.
nice neighborhood. This FOR SALE
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STEWART GRANGER PIERE ANGEUIn r: Association, S. Ohio Ave., modern home and priced to sell. Hereford yearling bulb, calf-
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'ZI Charles Locke Phone 3623205and 362-2360. pbbe 47-50

SODOM AND GOMORRAHAlso I 362-1215. pdej 45-48 FOR SALE 14 ft. Penyan boat

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FOR SALE About 1 acre land, trailer with 7% hp Mer-

Service 17 bearing pecan trees, deep cury motor. 1958 English Ford.

.. 3 3it welL Will sell cheap for cash. Willard Fennell. Phone 792-3863
CARTOON NEWS T Automatic Also 10 acres, beautiful home- Jasper Florida. pge 47

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': Night 362-3326 sedan In good shape for calves.H. .
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CARTOON NEWS furnished apartment with priv- Hunter Bros.
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I Fish Fry To Be Held Douglass Hosts Pine View

gAiilte4it At Garden CenterThe :.

Live Oak Garden Club Annual Negro School
Inc., is sponsoring a Fish Fry .;
to be held today (Thursday)

WOMEN from Garden 5:30 Center p.m. to 8 p.m. at the. [WE GIVE TRADING STAMPSI.jJtL Science Fair MenuApril

Prices of tickets are adults Douglass High School hosted 3 through April 9

$1 and children 50*. : Negro high schools in Columbia. WEDNESDAYHamburgers
a Union, and Suwannee Countiesat .;
CI S. WADSWORTH Society Editor 71jhjj an annual Science Fair recentlyin Sliced Tomatoes/Lettttee Leaf
Brannan Reunion Heldn ; which more than 40 cash Sliced Onions

Local Music Students Miss Caroline Hart JacksonvilleA awards were presented to studentsfor Niblet Stewed Corn PrunesBunsBread
exhibits in of
seven areas
family reunion of the chil-
Butter MIlt
Celebrates BirthdayMr. science.
Attend FestivalThe
-
dren and grandchildren of the THURSDAYSteamed "
Florida Accordion Teachers and Mrs. Dennis Hart hon- late Mr. R. C. Brannan I and Mr. Outstanding exhibits includeda Frankfurters
Association Festival of 1963 ored their daughter, Caroline on Herman Brannan, both of whom bio-chemistry project displayedby Pinto BeansCabbageCarrot
Wilma J. Franklin, Consolidated
was held at the George Washington her twenty-second birthday Mon- were residents of Suwannee Sated
Hotel and the Forest Hill High day evening at their home on the County before their death was High, Lake Butler; a math- Fruit Jello -
School at West Palm Beach on Jasper Highway. held in Jacksonville Sunday at ematics project by Regina Williams Bread ButterkFRIDAY
March 3031. The refreshment table was ov- the home of Mrs. Ida Mae Coleman Richardson High Lake ':
,., City and a mathematics exhibit ,
;
The band from Frier Music Co. erlaid with a white cloth embroi- also formerly of Suwannee Roast Turkey "'
was well represented and returned dered with pink roses. The milk County.A displayed by Johnny Herring. Cornbread Dressing ,
with a very high rating. glass punch bowl was filled with picnic lunch was served at Douglass High. Giblet Gravy a.
The Junior Band consisting of pink fruit punch and was set in a noon. 0 The program included addresses Green BeansCranberry '
Shirley Foy Sue Baxter Jean nest of pink grass and was placedon Those enjoying the occasion by Mayor J. Marvin Phillipsand Sauce ,
Howard. Mary Durrance, Mike one end of the table. A pink were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mc- School Superintendent Ever- Bars
Fudge _
ett L. Williamson. oj
The
Blocker Paul Garrison Radford lemonade cake iced with pink Collister and daughters, Mary principal Bread Butter Milk
Landen. Bobby Frier Jack Herndon frosting held the birthday candles Jean Regina. and Debbie Mr. and speaker was Prof. James Brown MONDAYSpaghettiMeat .
Kenneth Stevenson. Tommy and a spray of orchids which was Mrs. Heber Brannan and sons, registrar Suwannee River Junior Sauce
Tramel and Allen Witt was rated placed on the other end. In the Herman and Randall. Miss Linda College. Cheese Sticks
superior on their selection of center of the table were milk glass McMullen, Mrs. Ella Mae Bembry Evaluation of the projects was English Peas
determined
"Sweet And Low". compotes of assorted Easter can- and sons Charles, Dan and Alvin, by Shellie Q. Brown, Peach Halves
The Intermediate Combo con- dies and milk glass holders set Mrs. Frances Woods and son, David county schools. supervisor of Negro Dinner Rolls
sisting of Jean Howard. Mike in a nest of pink grass holding Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brannan "Don't forget to wait for your trading stamp." Butter Milk
Blocker Paul Garrison Sue Bax- pink tapers.A and Miss Faye Kemp all of Live Douglass High Principal J. L. TUESDAY v
few close friends and rela- Oak Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brannan Bevels closed the program with ,
ter, and Shirley Foy was rated ; Suwannee Books Honor appreciation to the science All Meat Stew/Gravy
superior on its selection of "Dix tives of the honoree were invited. n of Callahan; Mrs. Betty Clark teach- Whipped PotatoesLettuceTomato
ers whose efforts made the
science
ieland Rag". and sons John Edward Bill and Late ResidentBooks fair possible. Salad
Those entering the solo contests their junior duet. Gary, of Gainesville; Mr. and High in memory of B. E. a Dry Lima Beans
were Tommy Tramel. superior; : Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.Clyde Brannan and son. Jim- Bellamy have been added to the Cream Filled Cookies
John Herndon superior; Paul' Buddy Frier, Mrs. R. W. Howard my, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brannan Suwannee River Regional Library Card Of Thanks Bread Butter Milk
Garrison excellent; Jean Howard Mrs. Radford Landen, Mrs. J. W. and daughter Patsy Lewie Bran- MenuApril in Live Oak, given by the With grateful hearts we express a .
excellent; and Sue Baxter Blocker, all of Live Oak; and Mrs. nan, Mrs. Jeanette Rouse and friends and fellow employees of our thanks for the food, flowers RECORD STEEL SALARIES
very good. Mary Durrance and Jack Herndon and Mr. and Mrs. children Robin and Bobbie Mr. 4 through April 10 Rev. E. L. Boyette, grandson of cards visits and prayers extended During the first 11 months of
Kenneth Stevenson rated good on Tramel of Lake City. and Mrs. Tommy Coleman and THURSDAYAll Mr. Bellamy.The to us during the loss of our 1962, aggregate payroll for hourly
daughter, Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. Meat Stew books added are "The father, Mr. Hutch Hall. May God and salaried employees of the
Donald Coleman and children Potatoes Church And The Fine Arts", by bless each of you is our prayer. steel industry was a record $3.6
Donna, Ray, and Jennifer, and Tossed Mashed SaladPineapple Cynthia Pearl Maus, and "StoryOf Mrs. Donna Skinner billion, according to the Ameri-
Mrs. and Mrs. Lamar Richardsonand Salad The Bible World", by Nelson Mrs. P. M. SandlinMrs.W.G.R1mes can Iron and Steel Institute. This
FOR SALETwo children Laurie and Kim all Rolls Butter Milk Keyes. Both books are beauti- was up some $100,000 over the
of Jacksonville.Mr. FRIDAY I fully illustrated and will be C. B. HallWinton comparable period for 1961. Steel
and Mrs. Charles Colemanof Fish Fillets helpful to everyone interested in Hall profits declined about 17 per cent
Jacksonville and Norman Clark church work. Kinton Hall from 1961 to 1962.
Income Steamed
Producing Buildings and Bobby Hutchinson of Gaines- Cabbage
These books will be placed on
ville visited during a .the afternoon.Associational Harvard Gingerbread Beets a new Memorial Shelf, under I YOURS! THIS LIVING CROSS EMBEDDED IN THE SACRED: .
GOOD LOCATIONS Bread Butter Milk the new books and it is hoped
WILL SELL ONE OR BOTH WMU MONDAY that others will give books to This beloved, glowing Croat, embedded fa a EARTH OF Ml CALVARY!
the library in of friends pedestal containing the sacred earth of Mr.CaInrr. .
memory
To HoldIeet Spaghetti ...where Jens suffered and died to \
PERMANENT TENANTS The Suwannee Baptist Associational Slaw and relatives. giro ns the promise of eternal !>/,...caa be FREE! %s4if :: 1j ;"
Brownies younl! This luminous,shimmering white cross
Woman's Missionary Un- WEDNESDAY Is a shining symbol of Jesus. Thousands you
INCOME $3,000.00 ANNUALLY : '. ion will meet Thursday April 11. Fruit pUgrimagt to Ml Calvary for comfort and
at the Bright Pond Baptist Bread Butter Milk Chicken Pie nearness to Him. The same sacred: earth act now! *- + L ,
TUESDAYHot Peanut ,Butter/Jelly Sandwich stained and cleansed .l&h.&he precious: blood 1
Church in Jasper. Dogs Carrot/Raisin Salad and tears of our Savior,eau be yours right,atyoerJLKertiW..alwaysl You'll rtcerv* an / '
IF INTERESTED CALL
authentic
The Rev. Jim Walkup, Juvenile Because tats sacred Urgtphotograph
Au Gratin Potatoes Orange and Lime Bar from
Counselor of Suwannee County, cross glows like a Inutg thing, you see it,at Mt
Garden Salad/Italian Dressing Bread Butter Milk night when awake from troubled. .. Calvary the
MR. SAM KOFFAT will be the guest speaker.A you deep. same view as r
will be provided for Pineapple Upside Down Cake a always Bear to comfort you and yours m seen by our r1CclnW
nursery Buns Bread Butter Milk (School Supplies at McCrimon's) health and adcMa. Keep a protecting cross dying Savior.
GIBBS CO.. pre-school children. in your car and where you work. also. Send '
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parcel thereof and from prosecuting and to remove. tlsaos therefrom as set
Four Men Awarded Honorary Chapter Farmer Degrees or attempting to prosecute any suit in forth in said Complaint, ..|... and re-
<= Public NoticesIN equity or action at law to obtain possession strain you and aayoae from. assertingany
,.. of title to the following described right title interest claim or demand -
>,' real estate all lying and being situated
in and to said land, or every
... in Suwannee County Florida, to- part or parcel thereof and from prosecuting
wit: or attempting to
prosecute any
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. WH of the NEU : SH of the suit In
# equity or action at law to obtain -
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, NWK ; NW 4 of the NEK NE% possession of title to the following
l.ij FLORIDA. IN PROBATE of the SW% ; and all of the W% of described real estate, all Mg and being -
i w IN RE: The Estate of the SW 3- lying and being Northof situated ia Svwansjec ...ty, Florida
N wvy THOMAS H. RADFORD, the Late City and Pinemount to-wit:

Deceased. Road in Section 1. Township 4 I The West Half (W%) of the East
NOTICE TO CREDITORS South. Range 14 East. I Half (E%) of South Eat Quarter
AH creditors of the Estate of ThomasH. The name of the Court in which said (SE%) of Section 16. Township 4
Radford deceased, are hereby notified suit has been instituted Is the Circuit South Range 12 East; containing
and required to file any clajm or Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in 40 acres less.
more or
demand which they may have against and for Snwannee County, Florida and The name of the Cort te which laid
said estate in the Office of the County the abbreviated title to said cause i* suit has been instituted fe taw Circuit
Fudge of Suwannee County, Florida in George V. McCarthy and Dorothy E. Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in
the Court House at Live Oak, Florida, McCarthy, his wife; Raymond Eldred and for Snwannee Covaty Florida' and
within she (6) calendar months from and his wife. Agnes A. Eldred TS. A. the abbreviated title
to saM cause i ice :
fJ' T the date of the first publication of this Goldstein et aL Zinnie Gamble and her h....... Fred
q be
1 notice. Each claim or demand must Witness my hand as Clerk of the Circuit Gamble vs. J. I. Kirkland et aL
4 in duplicate. in writing and must state Court and seal of said Court in Witness hand dork of the Circuit
my as -
the place of residence and post office Live Oak. Suwannee County. Florida on Court and sl of sail Oovrt in Live
'. address of the claimant and must be this 8th day of March. A.D., 196S. Oak. Suwannee County P1ec84.. this
his agent, or on
the claimant
< worn-o by Lavaughn A. Sessions 8th day of March A.D.. 1W.Lavaugha .
... r t his attorney, or it will become void at.cordiDI' Clerk of Circuit Court A. SeastoM
to law.S Suwannee County, Florida
Clerk of Cbevfc Court
/ Charles Winston Radford (SEAL) Svwawee Cwsxty, FlscWa
r J .' .J S/ Thomas H. Radford Jr. By: Geraldine M. Gamble D.C. (SEAL)
SI George H. DaleExecutors
44-47
44-47 By: Geraldine :M. Gamble. D.C.

45-48 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR
J. TRADE NAME LAW
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.IN .
sweR IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
...... : : FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN pursuant to the fictitious FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
.. ,.. RE: The Estate of
x RE: The Estate of name statute. Chapter 2095S. or Section -
I ...,, ...' .," .".... FLOSSIE C. MIZELL. 865.09 Florida Statutes, 1941. willregister OSCAR BRADLEY BYRD.
......
.' ..'. Deceased. with the Clerk of the Circuit TOe

.........: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Court in and for Suwannee County NOTICE CREDITORSAll
.J. creditors '
of the Estate of OscaiBradley
Flossie -
All creditors of the Estate of Florida upon receipt of proof of publication
C. Mizell. deceased are hereby notifiedand of this notice the fictitious name Byrd. deceased are hereby notified -

The men awarded Honorary, Chapter Fanner Degrees are (from chapter sweetheart, also received a citation from the chapter. required which they to file may any have claim against or said demand to-wit: MONIC ASSOCIATESunder demand and which required they to may file any have claims against or!!

left) Bob Bell Bill Ross, and Hansel Ross. (Fred Allen, who also Leon A. Sims, assistant agrigulture teacher-trainer at the University estate in the Office of the County ]I which we will engage in business. said estate in the office of the Count%
Suwannee County, Florida in We to in business in Judge of Snwannee County, Florida m
of expect
received one of the degrees, is not shown.) Miss Lorice Snggs, of Florida, was principal speaker at the banquet. Fudge the; Court House at Live Oak Florida. Live Oak.- -, Florida engage and our address is the. Court House at Live. Oak Florida
within
within six (6) calendar months from Route b, Box 88, Live Oak Florida. six (6) calendar naonthc from
the date of the first publication of this The extent of ownership is entire.W. the date of the first publication of thi-,
Branford To Host Methodist Women's Branford School Menu BeachvilleMr. notice. Each claim or demand must be Clinton Nickerson Jr. 50% notice. Each elate or demand must b.
filed in duplicate, in writing, and
filed in duplicate in writing, and must John Moxley (0% must
MeetsThe April 8 through April 11 state the place of residence and post Dated this 19th day of March A.D. state the place of reoM .. and post
Society office address of the cJateaxt and
must
office address of the claimant and must 1963.
Area Track Meet MONDAY and Mrs. Bill Barkley and, be sworn to by the claimant his agent W. Clinton Nickerson. Jr. be worn to by the ektauftt.. his agent
Women's Society of the Grilled HamburgersPinto laughter Sandra, of Mulberrywere or his attorney or it will become void John Moxley or his attorney to law., or It will bocome \oidaccording

.. according to law. 4S-48
Methodist Church met Tuesday
Branford High School was voted Beans/Ham guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Sl Robert W. Cannon SA. Jack Phillips
night March 26, at the home of Dill Pickle/Onion Rings Executor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Administrator
to host the Group m ClassB Beach Sunday.. LAW 46-49
Mrs. A. M. Parker. Mrs. Wilson 45-48 OR TRADE NAME
Track Meet to be held May 4. Lettuce & Tomato... Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
Suggs, president, presided over Apple Sauce THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
Teams entering will be Florida Mrs. L. J. Cannon, and Mrs. Austin IN to the fictitiousname JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OF pursuant
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
meeting.
the business
Milk SUWANNEE .
Buns Butter COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN
High, Madison, Monticello, Jen- Cannon were business visitorsin FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN statute. Chapter 20953. or Sec. CHANCERY
Mrs. W. S. Ware had charge of TUESDAY Live Oak Wednesday. NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY tion 865.09. Florida Statutes. 1941. will LILLIAN C.
nings, Jasper Pinetta, Mayo, DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF register with the Clerk of the Circuit CHANEY
Cross City, and Branford. The top the program entitled "Our PledgeTo Ham Salad Sandwich Lavaugn Cason of Jacksonville CAROLYN J. BALDREE Court in and for Suwannee County, Plaintiff
Missions". Mrs. Ware was assisted Potato Chips Plaintiff Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication vs.JAMES
visited his Mr. and Mrs.
parents DONZELL
two in each event will qualify to of this notice the fictitious name, CHANEY
by Pat Parker at the piano English PeasBlueberry vs.XINEPHARD Defendant
H. C. Cason last week end. to-wit:
go to Gainesville for the state BALDREE
finals the following week. and Peggy and Cindy Ware who Cobbler Mr. and :Mrs. Willie Beach were DefendantTO LIVE OAK incorporated DRUG COMPANY, THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO:
not
both in costume. Peggy rep- Bread Butter Milk : Xinephard Baldree. Adel. Georgia. JAMES DONZELL CHANEY. who-.:
The meet will start at 10:30 were called to Gainesville Thursday on You are hereby notified that a Com- under which we will engage in business.We address is unknown.
resented a Japanese woman and WEDNESDAYFried account of the illness of their plaint for a Divorce and other Relief expect to engage in business in YOU
ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED thata
a.m. and all finals will be held in named Court Live Oak, Florida and our address is
above
has been filed in the
Cindy an Indian woman. Chicken Complaint for Divorce has been filed
daughter Mrs. C. C. Hemphill and I Live Oak. Florida.
the afternoon starting at 1:00 pin. and you are required to serve a copy against and
Those present were Mrs. Wilson Mashed Potatoes the Com- The extent of ownership is entire. you you are required to
son, Wayne. At last reports Waynewas of your Answer or Pleading to John A. ChambHss serve a copy of your answer or pleadingto
Suggs, Mrs. C. H. Fletcher, Green Salad improving but Mrs. Hemphillwas plaint upon the Plaintiffs Attorney Wanda B. ChambHss the Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney -
P. O. Box 508
Wm. Randall Slaughter
Birth Announcement Mrs. Graham Owen, Mrs. L. W. Peach Half/Cottage Cheese still seriously ill. Live Oak Florida, and file the original Dated this 18th day of March A.D. 427. Live. Ernest Oak. A.Florida Sellers, and P. file O. Box the

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bernardo Hardy, Mrs. Jack Godwin, Mrs. Dinner Rolls Butter Milk Billy Beach of Charleston S. C. I in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 1963. John A. ChambKss original answer or pleading. te the officeof
Court Suwannee County, Florida
Jr. of Alachua, announce,\the W. S. Ware, Mrs. Eddie Priest, THURSDAYFish visited Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach I on or before the 19th day of April A.D. Wanda B. ChambHss before the the Clerk 30th of the day Circuit of April Court 1968 on or If

birth of a daughter Sunday, Mar. Mrs. Bob Bell, Mrs. G. C. Butler, Sticks Monday. 1963, if you care to contest the same 45-48 you fail to do so, a decree pro confess

24, in the Lake Shore Hospital in Mrs. E. R. Witheral, and Mrs. O. Baked Corn We are glad Mrs. T. F. Beachis plaint otherwise will the be taken allegations as confessed of the by Com-you. IN SUWANNEE THE COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE'S FLORIDA.IN COURTOF will demanded be taken in the against Complaint.you. for the relief

Lake The baby named Z. Jones. Cole Slaw Done and ordered in Live Oak Florida DATED
City. was at Live Oak. Svwaanee County
home from the hospital and this 18th day of March. A. D. 1963. RE: The Estate of
Melicia Kern. At the close of the meeting the Stewed Prunes slowly mending. Also glad to hear Lavaughn A. Sessions Olive Russell also known as 1963., Florida, this 2ith day of March

Mrs. Bernardo is the former I hostess served pecan pie and lime Hush Puppies Willie Odom is doing very well in Clerk Suwannee of Circuit County Court, Florida Mrs. Olive deceased.M. Russell LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS

Bobbie Nell Cranford of Branford. sherbert punch. Bread Butter Milk the Veterans Hospital in Lake (SEAL) Notice Of Filing Petition Clerk Circuit County CoertSuwaMee Florida

By: Geraldine M. Gamble, D.C. For Discharge
45-48 Notice is hereby given that I have (SEAL)
City.Leyon By Geraldine M. Gamt le. D.C
filed my Final Returns as Administrator -
Beach G.M.C. 1 of the
of the Estate of Olive Russell, also 46-49
U.s.s. Manley and little daughter NOTICE OF LEGISLATION I known as Mrs. Olive M. Russell deceased -
TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: No- NOTICE TO DEFENDIN
and that I have filed Peti-
Debbie, of Charleston, S. C., tice is hereby given of intention to apply tion for Final Discharge and my that on THE NAME OF

ESCAPE ARTIST were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. to the 1963 Session of the Florida the 12th., day of April. 1963 I will apply THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Legislature for passage of an act relating to the Honorable Reece Brown, TO John Hill and his wife Jennie F
Beach Thursday and Friday. to email claims court in Suwannee County Judge of Suwannee County. Hill each of whose address is un

Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Odom attended County; amending section 7 of chapter Florida for approval of said Returns and known.
26862, 1951, as amended by chapter 57- for Discharge of such Administrator. You and each of yea. are hereby
the Central District Coun- 724 Laws of Florida providing changesin Morrison notified that a suit in equity has been
George
If you'd like to escape everything but pure enchantment cil of the South Georgia and flor- fees for filing; providing effective Administrator of the Estate of brought against you hy B. W. Dee<*.

try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport ida Conference which was held at date.44-47 Olive:Mrs. Olive Russell M., also Russell known deceased.as and Circuit his Court wife of Gladys the Third B. Deese Judicial in Circuit tn>-'

equipment. Special instrument cluster. Front bucket the Live Oak Advent Christian 44-47 in and for Suwannee County, Florida -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE and you are hereby summoned or-
seats. All-vinyl interior. Distinctive SS identification. Church Sunday.Mr. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY dered and required to file your written
SUPER SPORT and Mrs. Austin Cannon FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY, Answer or del...... to the complaint
Full wheel disks. Choice of three-speed shift or floor- NEE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN filed herein against yon te UM abov
mounted automatic with and children were guests of Mrs. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE RE: Estate of entitled cause in the office of the Clerkof
Powerglide
sporty range James Sandlin in. Lake City Sun- GEORGE V. MCCARTHY and DOR- IRWIN D. TERRY, the Circuit Court in and for Suwan-
selector console. OTHY E. MCCARTHY, his wife; Deceased.To nee County. Florida at his office in th-
t day.Remember RAYMOND ELDRED and his wife, AH Creditors and Persons Having Court House in Live Oak. Florida, on cr
All this plus Chevy II standard features: flush-and- church services next AGNES A. ELDRED. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: befre Tuesday. April JOth, 1968. and

dry ventilating system that helps remove rust-causing Sunday. We are hoping to have Plaintiffs You and each of you are hereby noti- serve a copy of such Answer or defenses -
-VI. fied and required to present any claims upon J. L. Black well plaintiffs At-
elements from rocker panels; battery-easing Delcotron our pastor Bro. M. A. Carter, A. GOLDSTEIN et aL, / and demands which you or either of torney herein whose address ia Live
Defendants. Oak Florida, before
you may have against the estate of on or said date A''I
generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes; longer with us after an illness. NOTICE TO DEFENDIN Irwin D. Terry, deceased, late of said ''I required by the laws of Florida 19S4
Visitors THE NAME OF Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.
always welcome. County, to the County Judge of Sn If you
lasting exhaust system; styling fresh as morning coffee, THE STATE OF FLORIDA: wannee County, Florida at his office' fail to do so decree pro cofes \vill
TO: Each of the following named De- in the court house of said County at be entered against you for the reason
poured into a rugged Body by Fisher-and more. fendants: A. Goldstein. J. Q. Dicker- Live Oak Florida, within six calendar contained in the complaint.

You'll find two live whenthey're eon Victor H. Knight, Monroe C. months from the time of the first pub- You are further notified thai the nature -
can as cheaply as one- Wide
John A. Graham and O. O.
CHEVY: County Gaithre. lication of this notice. Each claim or of said suit is to partition the real
living it up in a new Chevy II!opuonai at extra cost. Carter, and all persons, individuals demand shall be in writing and shall estate herein after described to-wit: Th<'
corporate or partnership their respective Northwest Quarter of
Northwest
state the place of residence and post Quarter -
Bee unknown spouses, living or dead office address of the claimant, and shall of Section 32 Township 3. South
Spelling and all natural Defendants whose be sworn to by the claimant agent, or Eage: 14 East hi Snwannee County.
names are not known to the Plaintiffs, attorney, and any such claim or demand The name of the. Court ia which this
their unknown corporate Defendants not so filed shall be void. suit has been instituted is the Circuit
Set For partnerships, trustees creditors or Callie P. Terry Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in
;r AprilAn otherwise, whose names are not Administratrix of the Estate of and for Suwans County Florida and
known to the Plaintiffs or any persons Irwin D. Terry, deceased the abbreviated title of this case of B
+ya i I claiming by, through, under or W. Deese. and
44-47 wife Gladys B. Dees
eighth graded and a seventh against them and any persons, par- vs- Lila Hill, a widow et. al.

: i grader will represent Suwannee ties, corporate or individuals who may IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, It is hereby ordered that this order
Junior High School in the claim any right title or interest to IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY and notice shall be published once a
County the lands described herein: FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN week for four consecutive weeks (four
Wide Spelling Bee to be held April You and each of you are hereby notified RE: The Estate of I publications) in The S.waDMoe Demo-
2 that a suit in equity has been FRANCES VAUGHN, also known M crat, a newspaper published in Live
U I i13Jx 19.The brought against yon By George V. McCarthy FRANCES VARN, Oak. Suwannee County, Florida' and
two winners are Miss Sharon and Dorothy E. McCarthy, his Deceased having a general eiresdatioa fca Suwan-
Bonds wife; Raymond Eldred and his wife.Agnes Notice Of Filing Petition For nee County. Florida.
daughter:: of Mr. and Courtof
A. Eldred in the Circuit Final DischargeTO WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the
Mrs. Cecil Bonds of 138 Van Bur- the Third Judicial Circuit of Flor- ALL WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: Circuit Court and the seal of said Court
ida; in and for Snwannee County. Florida Notice in Live Oak duwaBBee County Florida,
en Street, Live Oak, and Donald is hereby given that we have
and you are hereby summonsed filed final returns as Executors of the on this 26th day of March, A. D. 1968
Cooper of the Florida Sheriffs ordered and required to file your written foregoing estate; that we have filed our LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS

Boys Ranch. Donald's house answer or defenses to the Complaint petition for final discharge and will apply Clerk Circuit Court
: par- flied herein against yon in said cause, to the Honorable Reece Brown Suwaanee County Florida
r. 1 ents are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit County Judge, on April 29, 1963 at (SEAL)
Court, in and for Suwannee County A. By Pearl Cannon, D.C.
Bues. 10:00 :M. o'clock for approval of the
4'i Florida, at the Courthouse in Live Oak. final returns and for final discharge as 46-49
Sharon is a student in the 8-1 Florida. on or before the 5th day of Executors of the Estate of Frances
i section and Mrs. John Alford is April. A. D. 1963 and serve a copy of Vaughn deceased.S NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATIONTO
laid answer or defense upon W. J. Win- / Felton W. Williams WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN:
t her spelling teacher. Donald is in burn Jr.. Attorney for Plaintiffs, P. O. ExecutorS Notice is hereby given of Intention to
t # f; the 7-1 section and his Box 339. Live Oak. Florida, on or be- Mollie Mullen apply to the 1963 Session of the Florida
spelling
fore said date, as required by the Laws Executor Legislation for the passage of an actor ,
teacher is Mrs. Marvin O'Hara. of the State of Florida. If you fail to do 46-49 acts, to amend sad supplement or to

.i. The elimination was held so a decree pro confesso will be enter- amend or supplement, the Charter of the
r ed against you for the relief demandedin IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE City of Live Oak. Florida, .. amended
i r j f- March 29 in the Junior High Au- the Complaint. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND to provide for one or more of the following
ditorium. The nature of said suit is to establish FOR SUWANNEE FLORIDA. :
title to the following described CPNUNJili, 1. To permit the City Council to fix
1 land, in the Plaintiffs to quiet title and SUIT TO QUIET TITLE the compensation to be paid the Chiefof

LUil If you think safety can be pre- to remove clouds therefrom as set forthin ZINNIE GAMBLE and her husband, Police, otherwise known as the Marshal
said Complaint enjoin and restrain
4 FRED GAMBLE. and to change the eosspopsatioo
served, don't try to pickle it in you and anyone from asserting any Plaintiffs to be received by said officer during
right title interest claim or demand
TS. hU term of office
alcohol. ;
in and to said lands or every part or J. KIRKLAND.. et aL 2. To provide in the event the City

Defendants. Council should hereafter elect: so to do
NOTICE TO DEFENDIN for a municipal court and" its jurisdiction -
I THE NAME OF ; the office of mwfcipal judge,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: provide for his appointment. term,
For All Your NeedsWITH
T TO: Each of the following named De- compensation and duties; and in the
fendants: Eliza Suggs. J. I. Kirkland event such municipal covrt fe established
J. D. Evans VOey A. Bart V. A. for the suspeasioa of the pow-
Hart. Vilo Hart. Leo Hart W. R. ers now vested fa the office ., Mayoras
Hosier and Audrey W. Mosley, his set out in Section (B) of Article
wife. Elsie B. Herndon. R. W. Sle- 10, of said City Charter daring such
maker and all persons, individuals period or period a taaatifrnl court
LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE corporate or partnership, their respective shall be in open......
unknown spouses living or CITY OF LIVE OAK
dead their unknown heirs at law (SEAL)

. living or dead and all natural De- By Harvey W. PH'I'J'CIIT
fendants whose names are not known Oerk
to the Plaintiffs. their unknown corporate I 47-10
T Defendants partnerships, trustees -
creditors or otherwise whose IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIME
ARTHUR
CROWE names are not known to the Plain- THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
tiffs or any persons claiming by. FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLOR
through, under or against them and IDA. AT LAW. CASE NO. S45
any persons, parties, corporate or individuals AMERICAN HOMES. INC.,
ATGREEN'S
: who may claim any right Plaiatiff'TS .
title or interest to .the lands described -
herein: DREW WILLIAMS and LUCINDA
You and each of yon are hereby notified WILLIAMS his wife and B. W.
FUELIN that a suit in equity has been DEESE.
brought against yon by Zfnnie Gamble Defendants.
and her husband. Fred Gamble in the NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit Notice is hereby given that the under
LIVE OAKWe of Florida in and for Suwannee signed. Lavaugka A. ....... Clerk of
County Florida and you are hereby the Circuit Court of SsrwansAe Coantv
summonsed, ordered and required to Florida will oa the Ifth day of April
Chevy II Nova 400 SS Convertible above. Also available ax SS Coupe. Super Sport equipment file your written answer or defenses to. at 11 o'clock A. Mat the front door
the Complaint filed herein against yon of the Snwanneo Covaty OWrt house at
.. optional at extra cost. Also a choice of 10 regular Chevy II models. Can Serve You Better More Economically in said cause in the office of the Clerkof Live Oak. Florida, offer for sale and sells 1!
the Circuit Court, ia and Join Bawasu -
) pli ostCrT tv Jit _A.K dAdder
.NOW SEE WHAT5 NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S Cesu 1:>\"J\v. b. a') t.R nDr asr tor aids tbs }0Owie deerN.J property -
Live Oak. Florida on or before the situate ia S.wa e* Omty Florida -
}It .. .L 1 Sth day of April,, A. D. un, and serve to-wit:
a copy of the said answer or defense Lot 91. Beverly Hflb Estate a Subdivision
upon W. J. Whtbura Jr.. Attorney for fa Seetiwa It. Township X
Plaintiffs, P. O. Box W. Live Oak. South Range II But M described
Florida on or Wore said date as required in Plat Book I. Pac M.
by the Laws of the State of pursuant to foal GAS APPLIANCES Florida. U you fail to do so a decree entered Mareh 21. Iff, te tie above
GRANTHAM CHEVROLET COMPANY INC. I pro eonfesso wiD be entered against you styled ease pending fa said Court

T plaint.for the relief demanded ia the Com Docket No.LAVAUGHN 845. A. SESSIONS:

The nature of said suit is to estabBsh Clerk of th. Omit Overt
Howard St. Phone 362-2976 Live Oak Florida
? -. title to the following described Suwanaeo Covaty Florida
land ia the Plaintiffs. to quiet title 4f













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