Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00331
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00331
 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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Development McMullen Commission, Palm Telephone Reports To Show Field Forestry Day Pro dJLJLJL

Products At State Industry ExhibitTwo

Suwannee County manufacturers who have taken

part in Florida's climb to national leadership in industrial To Be History-Making EventFARRIS

growth are among the nearly 200 exhibit reservations already -

made for the Florida Industries Exposition to be

held,in Orlando April 23-26.. _ __ ....

Food The Bank firms Inc.are, of the Live McMullen Oak distributors x : Gov. BryantTo

Publisher's Column of canned and frozen r ; : r

Will Not Appear foods and smoked meats; and r oa r ., Welcome

Palm Telephone Service Inc., also ti .YM

Thinking Out Loud", a of Live Oak who rebuilds and X s-: % YY.. _.1:. \.

' weekly column in this newspaper refurbishes telephone sets. M\ : z, .
' will not today. t Dignitaries
appear In announcing the Suwannee .

Democrat Publisher Louie C. County exhibitors, the Florida ..'; ,

y Wadsworth, author of the Development Commission, a key >'0 0.r k ;. \, A new chapter in the history -

column, became ill with influenza sponsor of the Exposition along of forestry will be recorded -

Tuesday and was, unableto with four other state groups said n +w. ere in Suwannee County -

write the /column for this the 1963 enrollment of displaysnow
edition. and the nation

this date.surpasses previous records on today (Thursday).

pwp KY 1 Two special trains run by the
The Suwannee County productswill
Seaboard Railroad from Tallahassee
Mayor Fines be reviewed by thousands of
and Jacksonville to LiveOak
purchasing agents commercialand -
1ii1ii will converge here this morning -
industrial leaders from this .
Local Youth bringing their passengers to
country and abroad, scientists and
the field forestry program scheduled -
engineers, and the general public
to be held on the Water
For at the 4-day industrial parade of
SpeedingMayor Blume woodlands near Lire Oak.
in Exposition Park.
progress BRYANT SPESSARD D. R. (Billy) MATTHEWSmember DON FUQUA According to Robert N. Heaktne, \

J. Marvin Phillips fined Products to be shown this year HOLLAND'I ........ .. "w,';' .."" ". ............ ." ."..w,. Seaboard's general forestry agent.
Thomas M. Harris of Live Oak $15 number into the thousands, including -
more than 700 executive! and dif-
Monday in City Court after the foods, meats, boats; missiles .\
yb nitaries are expected to arrive on
youth plead guilty to a speeding satellites electronic units,
the two specials.
charge. plastics, metals, clothes, rock S

Harris had been warned on a crushers oil separators, cellulose N r ,Dx.! ; Emphasis of the program will
be placed on forest manages
previous traffic offense."If nylon lawn mowers locks, paints,
and wood utilization, Hoekins
you come over here again pallets chemicals, solid rocket d C __
said. The meeting will feature an
it's going to cost you more mon- fuel solar heaters handbags,
address by William R. Adams,
whatever it takes to slow phosphate citrus products, boxes,
ey, or Y'n:
C.Kv president. of St. Regis Paper Company -
boys down" the Mayor telephones and utilities.
New York who will
s. City,
charged. *5 be introduced by John P. Derbafii
Harris said he was more con-
Jr., Seaboard's vice prtddttit.
cerned about getting his name in. Woman .
County .
Sx Among other things, the program
the than the it cost.
t f paper r ; is designed to point up the importance -
that members of his
He explained
of forestry in America.
family would read about his exploits Dies In Mishap + x
( T Tallahassee Train
I in the newspaper "and get
The Tallahassee train will include
on to me about it". DM Governor Farris Bryant U.
"That'll probably do you more ChargedA
S. Senator Spessard L. Holland,
I could
good than any punishment
MEDWARD Secretary of State Tom Adams,
give you," Mayor Phillips retorted. Suwannee County woman
died in St. Vincent's Attorney General Dick Brim I
Benjamin Ivy. colored plead : Hospital in .
guilty to reckless" driving to the Jacksonville Tuesday :after suffering State Comptroller Bay ar-. .

city. The Mayor fined Ivy $15 and severe neck injuries in an State Treasurer Ed I&*ett. ,
W. R. (Bill) ADAMS P. CLIFF JOHN W. SMITH R.. E.. McNEILL, JR. perintendent of Public In kuc-
suspended sentence and levy in overturned truck on the Mayo
tion Thomas D. Bailey and Commissioner iii
view of the Negro's previously un- Road near Live Oak Saturday
Miss Thelma BbltinFolklore of Agriculture Doyle E.
marred record. Lewis Howard Conner.
Other cases to appear on the Mrs. Richard E. McKee Rt. 3, ,

City Court docket were James Box 25, was rushed to the Su Her Business"It's Heading the legislative delegation -
Daniel Green Jr., charged with wannee County Hospital,and later Arrest DriftersTwo will be Wilson Carraway,
of the
president Senate, and Mal-
reckless driving, forfeited $25 transferred to St. Vincent's Hos-

bond: Allen Wilson colored, reck- pital in Jacksonville. Her husband -I a wonderful thingto "When an oak leaf is the size attend this year's Florida Folk youthful hitchhikers lory House.E. Heads Home,of speaker other state of departments the-

less driving and causing an accident Richard E. McKee who was enjoy what you do," Miss of a mouse's ear," she quipped Festival. She said it would be one breezed into town late Tuesday will also join the group

fined $25 suspended and driving the 1962 Ford truck com- Thelma Boltin told the Ki- "it's time to plant corn. of the biggest and best folk festivals night broke and entered Childress along with city and county off1.aIs .-

charged $2 court costs; James plained released of a sore shoulder but wanis Club last: week. "To keep the ghosts away ever sponsored by the Step- Fruit Market and were whisked and top business and indtw-
was from
forfeited $15 the
speeding, Suwannee
Wright catch an alligator tie a string hen Foster Memorial. away to the county Jail early trial leaders from Florida and
County Hospital. Miss Boltin, special events director -
bond Lewis Williams speeding
; bond Clifford Earl Florida Patrol at the Stephen Foster Me- around his neck and drag him Each year .folk entertainersfrom Wednesday morning by Sheriff other states, with more than 360
forfeited $15 ; Highway Trooper -
around the house, she related. all the Lewis and Police Chief El-
Holland colored reckless driving C. L. Tompkins said the truck morial at White Springs has over country come to Hugh persons planning to board the
Miss Boltin told the club a sure participate in this event. wood Howard. train in Tallahassee at 8 a.m. on
off the spent a lifetime of enjoying what.
B. ran side
forfeited $25 bond; Willie of the road and
of getting rid of warts. First, .
has done. A wealth of way Sheriff Lewis said the two that
Ware colored public drunkenness skidded sideways for a consider- she plea- day.Jacksonville
pick the wart until it bleeds. Then
forfeited $15 bond and $4 able distance before veering into sure and enthusiasm flowed youths were identified as GeorgeL. Train
smear the blood on a ear of corn Merchants 18 of Holly anda The Jacksonville train wjH include -
costs; David Small public drunk- the ditch and turning over three through her as she amused the UrgedTo Gordon ,
feed the to an old black hen
times. club last week with series of juvenile from Daytona Beach. business and tedttetaial+
enness, forfeited $15 and $4 costs; He said the mishap occurred a
Lonnie L. Everett colored driv- seven-tenths of a mile lively folk tales and tunes. and the wart will disappear. Display FlagsA. Lewis said the two boys told him leaders from all parts of the tMMI n-
and chuck-
without license forfeited $25 south of Live Oak the She reviewed the the After the laughter they were headed for California. :
ing on Mayo legend of les had subsided Miss Boltin P. (Buddy) Nott, vice try.Some of the dignitaries to be
bond and $4 costs; Bennie Thomas Road. old prospector who tipped off the The sheriff said he received a.
played and sang a series of folk' president of the First National on the Jacksonville special include
forfeited $15 and $4 Tompkins said the truck whereabouts of call from the police departmentearly -
drunk was a pirate treasure in songs to the club. She explainedthat Bank, today urged all of the U. 8. Congressmen Bob
costs. total loss, with damages estimated the Suwannee River near Fowlers Wednesday morning that
ballads have their origin in Live Oak merchants to displaythe
D. R.
Sikes "Billy"and Matthews,
at $1,700. He said Childress Fruit Market had been
he made a Bluff the rumor that Baird
clever rhymes put to music that American Flag in front of Don Fuqua Deputy Secretary
case against McKee for driving Hardware Gainesville le is founded entered somtime during the night. -
Grants seem to capture the spirit of the their businesses Thursday in
Council Commerce
of Eugene P. Foley -
while under the : He said he and Howard went to
influence of an on gold bullion taken from a times. connection with the field for- Assistant Agriculture -
Secretary of
intoxicating beverage.The Spanish treasure chest dug up the market where they lifted fin-
She added'that these ballads estry
John A. Baker, Edward
trooper reported there. gerprints.
License that he
and folk songs were designed not Nott said that most of the P. Cliff, Chief U. S. Forest Service -
was assisted by sheriff's deputies She says she not only collects only to entertain and amuse Lewis said that later he and
downtown merchants had flags of Washington D. C., WIlliam -
To Beer Curtis working Harrell the and Cecil Bonds in tales and legends she compiles ple but to inform them as peo-I and a place to display them in Howard received information that R. Adams, president St. Regis -
CompanyThe wreck.
superstitions too. two hitchhikers had been seen in
I Miss Boltin urged front of their establishments. Paper Company, Russell F.
town. He said he and the chief
City Council met Tuesday Erickson president Rayonter,
then picked two suspects on
and granted an occupational license West U. S. 90 up, who confessed to Inc., Harold Holden, president,

to Spearman Distributing BHS Gilman Paper Company GeorgeJ.
Announces the breaking and entering.
Company to wholesale beer in this Top Graduates ) The sheriff said he and How- Pecaro, president, Fiintkete

Company, R. E. McNeill Jr.. presi
ard recovered $6 of stolen money,
will be adjacentto dent. Manufacturers Hanover
The warehouse ... six packages of cigarettes some
the Mary Jane Market on 5th The Branford School an- sponsibility as citizen to Trust Company and Harold
a pre- Both girls have been active in of the basketball team cinnamon buns and other assorted -
Avenue. The distributorship will nounced this week that Miss pare myself well I she Plimpton Jr., executive vice
as as can the same clubs and organizationsin for: four years member of the items from the youths.

be a one truck operation with two June Bass, daughter of Mr. said. "I would like to prepare my- high school and served as officers student council three years, sec- president Com Products Sales

employees who will reside in Live and Mrs. Arthur Bass, has self to become a teacher so I may of several of them. retary; and she has been a class Company of New York City, Har

Oak.The been named valedictorian of teach if I am led' into this' profession June has been a member of the officer for two years and servedas Fann, Is Elected ry Dunstan president. SouthernWood
to expandto Preserving Company of
company hopes the school's 1963 graduatingclass. : Beta Club for four years and was vice president.

a two-truck operation,with four Elaine added that she is not president; Future Homemakers of Elaine has been a member of Atlanta, Ga., Walter P. Arnold,

employees sometime in the future. sure at this time that "I want to America two I executive vice president, Koppera
years secretary; the Beta Club for four Lions PresidentAt
Elaine Griffin of years
Miss daughter
the council I Company Inc., of Pittsburgh, Pa
In become
other business a teacher". member of the band for two years member of the FHA for four "
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin was
voted to donate $100 to the Su Hugh C. Laughlin, executive Wee
High School Band Association named salutatorian. years and served as president the regular business meet- president, Owens-Illinois of Toledo -
wannee }
to be used for paying the Both .June and Elaine antici- xS :\I member of the band vice presi- ing of the Lions Club Tuesday Ohio G. E. Milhcan, vice

expenses of the band to the state pate attending college after gra- dent; member of the basketball evening Sam Pan, accounting president, Gulf Oil Corporation,

meet in Ft. Walton on May 2-3-4. duation. June said she plans to 1 team for three years, student supervisor of the North Florida of Houston Tex., J. R. Lien

Mahone Rees superintendentof attend Berry College and study ''.. l council for three years and she Telephone Company was electedto vice president Union Bag-Camp
-. has been a member of the MYF the presidency of the local club
public works advised the council history or political science."I Paper Corporation of Sanutaah,

,that pipe for a six inch water think an individual shouldbe Ij I a< for four years, serving as presi- for 1963-64. Ga., and Seaboard's PiJEt,

main had been purchased by the able to do something, and a j dent. Elected to serve with Pann John W. Smith of Richmond, Va.

city'and would be installed in the college education prepares a per- June is a lifelong resident of were Bill Cordle,. first: vict presi- and many others. '
Branford and both her mother dent Wendell Lewis second vice
; Heading the Jacksonville delegation
Sherwood Forest residential sec- son to be better able to take ad- -
tion in the near future. (The new vantage of opportunities that may A n and father attended the Branford president; James B. Daniels third will be Mayor Hayden
School. She has three sisters and vice president; 'Marvin O'Hara, Burns the
water main will replace the inadequate come her way" June said. commissioners,

two inch main now "Should I have the opportunity one brother. secretary-treasurer; Gerald Scott county'commissioners, and !business -
Elaine is a native of. Branfordand lion tamer Ken Breeden tail-
serving that area. and the desire to teach. I 'xAM ; and industrial leaden total

The council voted to begin con. would like to prepare myself to be her mother graduated from twister; nd-Directors W. F. Howell -. ing more than 350 persons.
the Branford School. Her father and B. L. Dunavant.
version of the city's street lights able to do so." she added. Bands to Greet Visitors
incandescent attended school in O'Brien. Sheis Preparations were made for Upon arrival in Live
from the fixture to Elaine who plans to attend Oak, visitors -
mercury vapor fixtures. These' Florida State University and study an only child; ,her brother was sending two.delegates' ,to the state from the two special trains

mercury fixtures can be operated mathematics and chemistry killed in an automobile accident. convention in f learWater in May. will be greeted by the high sebeol

with considerable saving to the said she wanted a college educa- .. Both girls have attended the WiQiafd A. Patterson was elected bands of Live Oak and Branfwnd.

tion to prepare for good citizenship 1 P Branford School for 12 years. to'membership In the club. After an official welcome by

city.The ,plan is to use $500 available as well as a possible teaching June is a member of the Magnolia i John Wiggins was a visitor to Mayor Phillips and other civic

in tfee carrent budget toN position,in the future. Baptist Church and Elaine j the club and was received into leaders the guests will beard

{ 'J Continued on Pare)' *, "' "I feel it is my duty nd re- JUNE.BASS attends the Branford. Methodist membership through transfer: school buses and depart for theN
o t ELAINE GRIFFIN Church. - I from-the White Springs Club ( 1 Continued on Pare IUt1IVOF )


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./n The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley"

BANNER Consolidated LEADER Farm -.:. $. gab'
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 cdLt
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ .Publisher Front e

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor i
Need For
Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor EconomyLast

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager syDoyle Sunday's edition of the matter of weeks, a local restau-
E. Florida Times-Union carried two rant owner had his premises inspected -
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida
ConnerIn contrasting stories: (1) Poll Sees by two different state
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00
State Tax Increase and (2) Dup- agency representatives on roughly

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 recent moves to Improve lication of Services Is Seen As Big the same matters.

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance farm production In Soviet Russia, Waste in State Agencies.The But you know there is waste in

Premier Khrushchev is like the first is the usual propaganda our government. The Legislature

-iu MEMBER OF man who jumped on his horse and put out before a session of the knows it. And yet irresponsible

/SUWANNEl rode off in all directions.The Legislature, and reflects the resultof members of the Legislature see
o Florida Press Association ( COUNTY premier has been proposingall pressure groups to raise funds only higher taxes as a means of
CHAMBER + j// sorts of ideas to Soviet farm- for additional spending. And meeting all demands.

SUWANNEE COUNTY COMh4ERCE y.ripe ers even a suggestion that they again, the glib "across the board" The "across the beard" 3 per

Chamber of Commerce consider raising more camels to 3 per cent sales tax is offered as a cent tax Is not the answer; it

rnu increase milk production. And he solution. would work a hardship on per-

has ordered still another reorga- The second lists a number of sons of limited means who are already -
that state spending be hard put to make ends
ministry ways
Public Is Inevitable nization of his agricultural
Defender System
reduced, including the duplication
to headit.
with chief
a new
The U. S. Supreme Court rendered a historic decisionrecently It's the fourth change in 10 of services offered by various meet.What is needed, rather, is

that will have far-reaching effects in, Florida and years. The last previous reorgani- state departments. A good exam- "across the board" economy!

14 other states.In 5r zation lasted little more than a ple of this was spotlighted here -High Springs Herald

a unamious decision the Court determined that several years ago when within a

Clarence Earl Gideon, who received a five-year sentencefor year.Mr.. K. also recommended to his

breaking and entering a Florida pool room, failed to people that they eat corn flakes Propogcnda BoomerangSuccessful

receive justice at his trial. Gideon appealed to the Courton and potato chips because when politicians learn ear- the Cuban situation. Few news-

grounds that he had no money to hire an attorney, and It Happened! In he was in America, he found them ly in the game to compile a few men have forgotten the bland
: "nourishing, tasty, and pleasant". rules of conduct hi their dealings announcement by Defense Department -
the court did not him :
assign one. ;
He suggested increased vegetable with the public. Among the more public information officer -
The decision reverses a 20-year-old precedent that allowed production close to big cities and important is a taboo on lying to Arthur Sylvester last year .

indigent defendants to be tried without an attorney, Suwannee ,County industrial centers; chewed out the a constituent. If the issue is sensitive that there was nothing wrong in

unless the charge was for a capital crime whereby the agricultural ministry and inspec- or embarrassing, a glib a public official's lying to the

death penalty.could be imposed.The tors who he said don't know tongue will find many avenuesof public or in his answer to a re-

right of a defendant to have an. attorney is fund- what they're talking about; and evasion generality and avoid- porter's question, if he thought

amental and essential to a fair trial, one justice commentedin ,. 1923-1938-1953 denounced as anti-state practicethe ance of the pertinent point. And that would help confound the

stating the Court's majority opinion. "This noble ideal 1it rotation of crops by grass- where all else fails there is always communist camp.
the old political standby, Of course the American public
cannot be realized if the charged with crime planting farmers in Byelorussiaand
poor "no comment". would be misled also, but that was
has to face his without counsel to assist him." From The Files Of The the Baltic states.
accusers But to tell a lie and be caughtis just part of the game, accordingto

The decision, directly affects 15 states whose laws do ..., ,,, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Reading the reports of Mr.Khrushchev's to invite more than political Sylvester. Shortly after this
not demand free counsel to indigent defendants. Six of latest remarks to disaster. From the moment of disclosure of administration policy

these states normally provide attorneys even though they his agricultural commissars will disclosure suspicion will surround came the October Cuban crisis. '

are not required to by law. The other nine states not pro- Forty Years Ago - 1923The give you some idea of why we Am- every act of that individual or First, the administration was
government unit. Nothing done or pooh-poohing Sens. Goldwaterand
viding counsel regularly are_Florida, Colorado, Alabama, ericans find it difficult many
citizens of Live Oak have heard the child's cries ran to the said will be accepted at face value Keating and former Sen.
Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi\ North Carolina, Pennsyl- times to fathom the reasoning behind -
been privileged this past week to baby took hold of the minnow, for a long time to come. Capehart and others who had
vania and South Carolina. enjoy five days of truly wonderful catching one of the hooks in his Kremlin policies. This is much the situation the warned of the ominous buildupof

Since the Gideon appeal went to the Supreme Court, entertainment in the excellentand lip.The For example, he charged that Kennedy administration finds itself missiles and other offensive

hundreds of Florida prisoners have petitioned the State varied programs put on by pain caused the dog to clawat bureaucracy bogs down farm pro- in today concerning its con- capabilities in the red satellite.

Supreme Court to have their cases reversed on the same the Redpath Chautauqua, under the barb catching one of his duction and attacked those farm duct of the defense establishment, Then it abruptly reversed itself

grounds. This decision is not expected to be retroactiveand the auspices of the ParentTeachers feet in the hooks. When those managers who expect to obtain and particularly its handling of and followed many of the recom-

open the doors to state prisons for anyone. Association, those members people nearest rushed to the assistance increased milk output simply by mendations of the opposition,
have worked hard and deserve the of the baby, they found posting resolutions and directives. about
without conceding anything
However who had his trial Russian agri-
a prisoner no attorney at and hand view of the
Cows don't read resolutions
grateful appreciation of the com- child and dog hopelessly entangled statements
of its -
the veracity previous
now has grounds to petition the state for a new trial. If cultural situation this summer. In
directives, he said, so to get more
munity for their efforts to secure and tugging in a bloody mix- of course. All of this wouldbe
denied he could bring habeas Corpus action in federal company with 30 to 40 Florida
a these high-grade attractions for milk you must give them more little more than history if it
court, seeking an order to compel the state to grant hima up.A fodder. agricultural leaders, I'm planningto
the enjoyment and inspiration of pair of scissors were used to Good- were not for the fact the admin-
new trial or free him. our home folks. cut off part of the dog's lip and On the face of it, that sounds make a People tp People in Bel- istration is now paying for its

Once these actions get underway, the case load in the toe, and Dr. Vassar extracted the reasonable enough, but it has been will tour of agriculture

Suwannee County Circuit Court will be increased.The "On The High Seas", featuring hooks from the child's face. The glaringly apparent for a numberof gium, England,the Poland Soviet, Hungary Union. folly.Militarily, it has lost the con-
Germany and .
Supreme Court decision points out the need for a Dorothy Dalton and Jack Holt baby received no permanent in- years that Kremlin policy has This trip will be no tourist fidence of much of the public, not

"public defender law" if all indigents are to be given the and "Good Bye Girls" featuringBill jury. Branford Herald.A. failed to provide Soviet agricul- junket, but a working mission to because of its deeds but becauseof
Russell and Carmel Myers, ture with the nourishment it must its propaganda a propaganda -
benefit of
court-appointed counsel. Led by Chief Justice learn all we can about foreign
B. K. Roberts were two comedies shown at the W. McLeran of Suwannee have greater investment in fertilizer it will always be remembers
of the Florida relations
Supreme Court the Florida agriculture and improve
Alimar Theatre during this week. County, chairman of the committee equipment transportation, ed, which was given official sanc-
Judiciary} Council is already pressing for legislation creating and understanding between Am-
,, on legislative expenses has modern distribution facilities and tion by the highest information
a public defender 'system. This will' likely be intro-- What came ,near &> being (fatal Introduced the following bill: ( the incentive of private profit erica and the people of Eastern officer in the Defense Depart-
duced in the 1963 legislative session. accident occurred Saturday "A bill to be entitled an Act if farm production is to bein- and Western Europe; ment. *

The proposed law would establish the office of public afternoon when Mrs. Mary Peter- regulating the patment of per creased. Each of us will be paying our It is not surprising: the publicis

defender, ranking opposite the state attorney in each of son's 18-month-old son got hold deim and mileage and expensesof There have been reports, also, own way. The trip starts at New jittery over the current Cuban

Florida's judicial circuits, and the lawyers would be paid of a casting minnow with 15 members of the Legislature that the lid is being clamped on York returning City there, leaving August July 11.22 It and will status, and is not early reassuredby

by the state. hooks attached and in some way and such expenses as shall be indivdual production from privately official pronouncements. Play-
be conducted under the Goodwill
Justice Roberts the dangling hooks became imbedded authorized by either house of the owned plots which have ing fast and loose with the truth
argues that a public defender law People to People Travel Programto
been providing much of Russia's
confuse the
in the child's face. A Legislature. may enemy tempo-
would save the state money. He says that it would insureagainst young bird dog. it is supposed. I meat. milk potatoes, and cab- implement the aims and pur- rarily, but it is not worth the

innocent people going to prison through their own bage. The reason: too much time poses of the U. S. Cultural Exchange price it extracts at home in suspicion -

ignorance of the law, and it would result in shorter sen- Twenty-Five.. Years Ago -- -- 1938 spent by farmers on their own Program and the National of the credibility of pub-
tences and fewer convictions where circumstances justify. little production acres and not People-to-People Foundation. lic officials.
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Commemorating the Resurrection -I leader.
But whether it would enough on the big collectives. From what I've read of reportsby -Jackson Floridian
save money or not, the Supreme all churches of Live Oak and members of other County
delegationsthat .
Court has ruled. And apparently some form of public defender Suwannee County will celebrate Claude Pepper will speak at the have made this it's
system in Florida is I was surprised to read in one trip an
inevitable. with appropriate Easter Services.Of Courthouse here tomorrow after- extremely worthwhile experience. Eagle's Bones Contract
interest to in the interest of his recent news account an admissionby
particular everyonein noon cam-
We'll be with farmers
Mr. Khrushchev that talking and When a young eagle leaves the
the community will be the annual paign for election to a full term "you
Support The Smcannee High Band cannot drive a man to Heaven government agricultural officials nest, it is larger than its parentsby
union Easter Sunrise Service in the United States Senate.
with You in all the countries we visit. We'llbe as much as a pound in weight
a whip.
cannot drive
Honor and recognition is longer to the which will be held this at
a novelty year
: men to communism with telling them the story of Flor- and a foot In wingsp&n. Contrac-
Suwannee High School band that chosen Suwannee Springs. Sponsored by the Federated I a bayo-
was recently to net". ida's progress and what we're accomplishing tion of bones in maturity and
attend the Easter music has been of Garden Clubs of Live
state band meet for the fourth consecutive year. planned Circles I'd like to under our Americanway strenuous exercise bring the eag-
This talented group of young musicians was rated superior with a special address by Rev. Oak, the annual Flower Show i men to add produce that you can'tinduce of life. let down to size.

in every phase of judging at the district meet in Starke Karl H. Koestline. The pilgrimageis was most attractively presented unless give them efficiently
and selected to to be made to the springs, leav- yesterday in the spacious Kaul you an adequate
represent this district at the state meet. incentive. You'd think the Com-
ing the Methodist Church at six Building on North Ohio Avenue
This renaissance of music in the Suwannee munists would
High recognize that. If
o'clock Sunday morning. All automobiles with several hundred entries.
School Band is not only tribute to they do and of
a the enthusiasm of the are expected to form The exhibit was viewed by some them may

youth who comprise the band and an industrious Band the motorcade. throngs of local people and visit- they can't afford to admit it

Boosters Association. It is evidence of the skill and ability ors throughout the afternoon and because to do so would be to ad-

of Music Director Harry Grant. Prior to Mr. Grant's John Q. Boatright, farmer of evening. mit a basic weakness in then-

arrival at Suwannee High School four years ago, the band the Philadelphia Community, system.
,had never attended a state band meet to compete for qualified late Thursday afternoonfor Now open for business in the the incentives ownership that profitare

state-wide honors. Under his direction, however, the band the race for Representative' in site formerly occupied by Wash- ered the have pow-

has been named the best in its class in this district for four Group One subject to the Demo ington Drug Company is the Flor- agriculture progress and industry.of American' :
For Via
consecutive and cratic primaries in May. His en- ida Bar. The store is on_Howard
years gone on to claim top honors in the those incentives Communism tries
state try into the race made the con- Street between the fish market of
to substitute
test a four-man affair. Buford Sweat and the Suwannee directives
8learls band has the earmarks of being the finest Cleaners plant. and authoritarian dictatorship.It's .

band in the history of the school. At the state meet in Louie C. Wadsworth was named obvious the cows in Russia -

Panama City on May 2-3-4, the Suwannee High Band will president of the local Rotary Club Ben Groover and Jerome Eastman China, and Cuba need to be :
have : fed and treated like in Am- : j WEIGH and COMPARE
the largest representation of solos and ensembles : for the club year beginning July well known Lake City Ki- cows

vying for honors it has ever had. Most\ of the band's solos 1 at the weekly session of the organization wanians were the speakers on the erica IF they are to give as much

and ensembles have been judged superior at the state Monday noon. He will program presented by Harry milk as American cows give. Butit i'1 TESTS PROVE
I looks like will
level at recent meets. Three succeed Frank E. Layton, present Horn. they never so
: years ago the group was long as Communist policy sets the FUNK'S G-IIYBRIDS
named the outstanding band in Florida
in its class. pace.
Ten Years 1953
In Ago -- -
just four short years, the Suwannee High Band has -- -
earned the reputation of being one of the best band Marvin Hart James Gibney this week the new fire engine has I'm looking forward to a first ARE
in the state. In playing groups and L. M. Crews have formed the arrived here and made its first
before judges and
the various district and state-wide meets, the band has CGH Manufacturing Corporationand sled-like run Tuesday afternoon.A
to sell
plan a new
become a small showcase of urday afternoon.
County. It is a hitch for cropping tobacco that total of 151 dogs have been

visible and articulate symbol that reflects credit on this promises to save farmers up to 50 Inoculated in the city's drive to Coach Ralph Blount, head of
county its citizens. per cent in cost and time in that see that stray dogs of Live Oak the Suwannee High School Ath-

Perhaps more important, the band is a part of the phase of their operation. are properly licensed. Chief Per- letic Department, announced here

community. It thrills spectators at a football game, per- man Foy reported yesterday.Mrs. this week that he was resigning I

forms for the public at special concerts, and catches the LaVaughn Johns, 15yearoldson his position as coach and would

public eye in parades.In of Mr..and Mrs. F. D. Johnsof Georgia Wetherington, not be back next year. C nsistently linoy

addition, the band entertains with music at events Live Oak, was honored on his president of the Antioch Home FUK1
birthday Tuesday with an appointment Demonstration Club won the overall -
that occur in the
Suwannee The Baptist
area. band members new Orange YearAfter
their ac
to the Florida "Best Dress Award" for Su
as page
director have
generously provided musical Church was dedicated Easter
at more than 30 separate civic and entertainment House of Representatives.Chief wannee County at the annual Sunday by Rev. Tom W. Allen, : 6g
community events here Spring Dress Revue held in the
pastor, and the board of deacons. :
within the :
past year alone. Oftentimes, the band members Luke Haddon reported Live Oak School auditorium Sat- Hundreds of attended
wear formal dress to play at these occasions. Their time, homecoming services. theI I '

expense, and talent is a gift to the
They re- sponsor a public fishfry that will be announced later this

ceive no money for their services. In addition, the band month. After the fishfry, the band will give another of its John S. Flood, manager of the rs ts SEE US

has to pay its own way on trips where it represents the free concerts at the Agricultural Coliseum. You are in- Live Oak Laundry, was installed TODAY

county.This Exalted Grand Ruler of the Live

year the band is probably the finest, most ma- vited.This fishfry will be the only avenue toward raising Oak Elk's Lodge No. 1165 in cere- See Your Local Funks G Dealer

ture and well disciplined group of boys and girls ever to trip expenses. The band does not solicit donations from monies here Tuesday evening. LOUISIANA SEED COMPANY

play in the, band. They would.like,to' enioy the comforts the community, although they receive contributions from
Carlson and Lois Jean Alexandria La.
of Bobby
a Greyhound bus to the 'state
meet, rather than endure interested citizens and businesses.You .
Holmes elected King
were .
the dubious
: accommodations of a county school bus for have the c- .,- -- -
-. seen Suwannee High School Band in Queen of the Live Oak 4-H.C1ub '
400 miles.To t
. action. It's a credit to you family and the whole at held in the Agricul-
raise for your a r _a __ __._ __ _
money travel expenses, the band will county. We urge you to support it. tural Building Monday at 3 pan.



News From BranfordBY Branford Hall P-TA Will MeetingRalph SpeakAt Buccaneers Win Track Meets 1

PersonalsMrs. Hall principal of Su- The Branford Buccaneers took winning 103 to 40.
wannee High School will be two track meets this past week, In their second meeting of the
and the Bucs took Union County -
defeating Jasper. Trenton year,
MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS guest speaker at the PTAmeet
: Lake Butler. of Lake Butler by 63 to 52.
tonight (Thursday
Phil Yoder and daughter Hall The Bucs scored heavily in the Those meets ran fee Bucs
will speak evaluationand
Linda, of Tavares visited friends on trl-meet with Jasper and Trenton string of wins in dual aad tri-
Club Hosts Rodeo In BranfordArena week end. its importance to secondary
Riding Champion In Branford over the schools. meets to 34.Suwannee's.
..a.Though. Mrs. R. E. Hatch, accompaniedby .
A championship rodeo was held the weather was disagreeable third $22.Bobbie Mrs. Palmer Daughtry and Everyone interested in keepIng Ranger Advises

in the Branford Arena Saturdayand there were many en- Beard Calf roping daughter, Debbie, of Lake City, Branford schools on the accredited Race
Sunday sponsored by the Su- tries, and the rodeo was termed a first. $130.Buddy were business visitor sin Jack- list should be present. Against BurningThe
The Nominating Committeewill Florida Forest Service of
wannee Riding Club. grand success.. Altman Calf roping sonville Thursday.
The event got underway in the Prize winners in the various second, $78. Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs. make a report of its selection Suwannee County today urged Tax Share Is UpState
of officers for the 1963- landowners not to burn any more
afternoon with a parade on Su- contests were: Billy Wright Calf roping R. M. Bryant were business visitors -
wannee Avenue led by the Bran- Ken Williams Bull riding, third, $42.Wesley in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. 64 school year.Branford.. woodland until the fall of the Comptroller Ray F. Green

ford High School Band. Thirty- first place $75: second, bareback, Smith Calf roping, Louis Wolfe and childrenof year. said today each of Florida's 67
five sleek riding horses enteredthe $60; first, saddle bronc. $55; and fourth.. $22. Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. La- County Ranger Feagle noted counties, including Suwannee. will
parade. first, bull dogging $70. Ray Dunble Bull dogging mar Carver of Alabama were week To Host that unless the land was going to receive $41,000 more from the racetrack

I Bobby Rouce .Bareback, first I second, $28.Saturday. end guests of Mrs. W. J. Dempsey Relay Track TeamsThe be cleared for planting that a fire tax fund.
place $100; and second, saddle night Clover Leaf and family.Mr. Branfords Buccaneers will in either young or old pines would The checks for April have been
bronc, $33. Contest: cause great damage as the trees put in the mall and the paymentIs
.Branford I and Mrs. Fred Jones spent play host tonight (Thursday) to
Goat Mullis -Bull riding third Pee Wee Gillard, first. $17.50. i the week end in Tampa visitingMr. the Suwannee Valley Relays. were already budding out. $1,000 more than for April of
He added
that he
place. $30: and bareback, third, Pandere Crum second. $10.50. and Mrs. M. D. Fuller and Teams entered are Cross City, would last year.
vise all timberland
to take
School Bobby Powell, third $7. Mrs. Viola Jones. Mrs. Viola Chieflanci Newberry, Trenton Each county has received a
$40.Barry all precautions in fires
Brown Bull riding Sunday afternoon Clover Leaf Jones mother of Fred Jones, cele- keeping total of $159.000 to date for the
Bell, Lake Butler, and Branford.The out of their pines at this time.
MenuApril second, $45. Contest: brated her 80th birthday.Mrs. meet will start at 6 p.m. current year which is an increase
Pete Clemons Saddle bronc. Elenor Roe first, $25.00. B. S. Hinkle of ,Lakelandis at the Branford track. There is of $5,500 for the same period last
Pandere Crum, second, $15. visiting her sister. Mrs. Mae I pastor of the Branford Methodist year.
16 through April 19 no admission and the public is invited -
Pee Wee Gillard. third $10. Hatch. Church. Bill Miller will have

TUESDAY Scouts To Attempt David Philpot and friends. Mr. Branford to attend.is the defending charge of music.Doughnuts The whooping crane will never
Steamed Frankfurters and Mrs. Finkell and family, of and coffee will be be annoyed with an exploding
champion and needs
Baked Beans Third Grade Ranks Daytona Beach spent the week port. your sup- furnished by the Branford Fire population problem. There's only

Apple Cole Slaw Sauce 25 Mile HikeThe First In AttendanceThe end here visiting David's parents, Department following the services. 32 left in America, they say.

Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Philpot Jr. and
I' Buns Butter Milk Branford Boy Scouts of third grade at the Bran- Branford Woman's Club
family. They enjoyed fishing and
WEDNESDAY America will attempt a 25 mile ford School climbed into first
picnicking on the Suwannee To Meet
Cubed Chicken hike Sunday. April 21. This hikeis place in attendance with 98.4: per
Steamed Rice the prelude to a 50 mile hike cent attending during the sixth River. Branford Woman's Club THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
Greens student month. will hold its regular meeting Wednesday -
Fresh Turnip scheduled sometime in the future.
Peach Half/Cottage Cheese The troops will meet at the School officials announced that April 17, at 3:30 in theWoman's Veneer-One or Two Baths.
Mrs. Thomas Hosts
Cornbread Muffins Scout House at 5 ajn. Sunday the third grade would receive orchids Club Building. Mrs.
Milk for climbing to the top of Robert Fletcher will have chargeof
ButterTHURSDAY morning. After everyone has gath- First Baptist GA'sThe FHA or CONVENTIONAL
the "Youth Con-
ered, several parents will take the the school's overall attendancelist. program on
All Meat Stew Scouts to Live Oak, where they The third grade has not been GAs of the First Baptist servation". Financing
Whipped Potatoes will then hike back to Branford.All below '95 per cent attendance the Church held their regular meet- All members are urged to be SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
English Peas Scouts will be fully uniformed entire year. ing Thursday afternoon at the present at this next to the last

Fruit Jello for the hike. Everyone will The first grade sank to the bot- home of Mrs. W. B. Thomas with meeting of the year. Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
Dinner Rolls Butter Milk take sandwiches for lunch and tom of the list with 93.2 attend- four members and both leaders
FRIDAY will buy drinks on the way. ance while the second grade present. The program was on Priest To SpeakAt SELECT YOURS NOW

Tuna Fish Salad on Lettuce All Scouts are urged to partici- scored 95.7 per cent, slightly above Philippine Puzzle and Tools For Contact
Buttered Niblet Corn pate in this expedition.Due the school average of 95.5 percent The Philippines. Those presentwere Sunrise ServicesThe
Sliced Tomatoes attendance.The Joann Thomas Suzanne annual Easter Sunrise Ser-
to the Suwannee Valley
Apple Sauce Cake Relays Thursday night, Scout ninth grade ranked second Murray, Kathy Griffith. Sara Nell vices will be held Sunday April W. G. MULLINSPhone
Bread Butter Milk meeting will be Friday night.JAMES with 97.7 per cent, and the fifth Owens. Mrs. W. B. Thomas and 14 at 6 ajn. at the Branford
grade placed third with 97.4 percent Mrs. R. G. Griffith.At Springs Park, sponsored by the 3622057T
attendance. the close of the meeting cake Branford Ministerial Association.
and lemonade was served. Speaker will be W. E. Priest,

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Classes MeetingThe
t!. 7' ;"\?," .'. Ambulance Service Golden Circle and Fidelis
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It's Easter Time Fashions
Phone 362-3333 home of Mrs. Juanita Fletcher
i ; .o ;:: I Monday night April 1, for their

ilJ" pp'f.r:.;. regular meeting.Mrs. .
1!..'Ii:. Allen Price had charge of
.L.. devotion taken from Home Life.
During the business session, the AT
B. DANIELS group voted to change their meet-

FUNERAL HOME': ing night to the second Mondayof
each month.
East Howard St. Jjc
The next meeting will be held t-.

J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. >< : at the home of Mrs. Lewis Bell.
At the close of the meeting the ,.=
S. C. BASS, JR. S ,. r & ;
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hostess served cake, coffee,*Cokes. T ,
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l I B ConfederateGeneral Warns Enrollees ) Undefeated BulldogsCome In 7 Games From BehindTo -

(This is second in a series of and on this plantation is a quan- ning British schooner Ascensioninto brought to market but some are ade running British schooner Teresa Overcome Mayo 125The

articles that feature Florida a tity of corn for sale, and yet, by custody off the Gulf Coast.In holding back for higher prices, today off the Florida coast!

hundred years aero, published order of the executor, soldiers' an editorial, the Florida Sen- while others are prevented from APRIL 17 The Florida Sentinel undefeated Suwannee High Bulldogs had to

by: the Florida Civil War Cen- wives and widows with the ready tinel today discusses the difficulty doing so by the want of the need publishes the following rem- come from behind Friday to swamp an ambitious Mayo

tennial 'ColllD !5ion.) cash, are turned off to go home of securing paper and suppliesto of transportation. edy for camp itch: "Take iodideof
baseball team 12-5 after Mayo had'taken an early lead.
and see their children starve while continue publication. Many "There is bacon enough between potassium 60 gr. or 2 ounces
Edited by Dr. Samuel Proctor, the husband and father either Southern newspapers have already Tallahassee and Newport to sup- mix well and, after washing the Mayo cracked over two runs in the first inning and

University of Florida died on the battle field or is still suspended operation and it is ply the demand for some consid- body well with warm soap suds, added three more in the second to put the Bulldogs I ? behind

APRIL 11 Confederate Brig- baring their breast against the possible that the Sentinel will erable length of time. If this be rub the ointment over the person 5-0. Suwannee forced to fight for The Bulldog infield tightenedand
have to follow suit. its six game winning streak, came Mayo was held scoreless for
adier General Finegan announces storm. so, it ought to be impressed for three times a week.
that as of today "all persons sub- "These women and children are Already it says that the Char- obviously it has been withheld "In 7 or 8 days the Acarus or up with an awesome show of power the remainder of the contest.
locked up leston Courier "has been driven in scoring 8 runs in the top of The Bulldogs added four more
ject to enrollment who have been told that this corn is from market for the purpose of itch insect, will be destroyed. In
enrolled and who have not reported for better prices, when it is at this to the necessity of coming downto getting a better price." this recipe the horrible effects of the third inning. runs to their tally in the 7-inning

to companies will be time selling for $2.00 per bushel. a half sheet and can see no The u.s.s. Sonoma has captured the old sulfur ointment are ob- Leading off in the third John- game through the hitting of Tay-
visit such other alternative except the suspension Hurst single off the lor and Derrell Croft.
published by name, arrested and Surely, if God does not the schooner Clyde in the Gulf viated. ny rapped a
tried as deserters". with a just retribution in due of its issue altogether". "Mexico. The Confederate vessel The U.S.S. Wanderer has cap Mayo pitcher. Milton Sumrell The team will take on the Santa -
will. The Sentinel editor says that the walked and Harry Taylor singledto Fe Rebels on Tuesday
He hopes that "it will not be time the people was carrying a cargo of cotton the schooner Annie B
under the circumstances "It is also the case of some non- suspension of any newspaper must and naval stores. southeast of Egmont Key. The score Hurst. i
necessary have instructedtheir be regarded as "a public calamity Derrell Croft got on base on an
in which the country is placedto residents who APRIL 15 Federal Rear Ad- Confederate vessel was bound for Barrett's HeartCondition
apply the severities of the law". overseers not to sell a bushel ". miral S. F. DuPont reports that Havana with a cargo of cotton error, and Sumrell scored on the

This notice should be sufficient"to of their corn until those starV- A Tallahassee newspaper says the U.s.s. Mohawk is on block- aboard. bobble. Malcolm Brady stepped up ImprovesJack

draw all delinquents to their ing women and children are forc- that high prices have not caused ade duty off Fernandina and the APRIL 18 The U.s.s. Sus- to the plate and connected on a Barrett, local managerof

place of duty". ed to give the last that ,they have the scarcity of provisions in the UJ5J5. Norwich, E. P. Hale and quehana today captured schooner double that score both Taylor and Cable TV, is considerably
of com to sustain area. "There are plenty of pro- Croft. Myron Holmes singled and improved after suffering severe -
APRIL 12 The U. S. S. Annie for a bushel Uncas are stationed in the St. Alabama off the Gulf Coast. A : a
captured the schooner Mattie off their life." visions in the country to feed our John's River. large cargo, including wine, cof- Lester Frier got on base on an error heart attack last week.

the Florida coast today. APRIL 13 In a letter to Gov- army and to supply the wants of The U.S.S. William G. Anderson fee, nails and dry goods was that scored Brady, tieing the Barrett is still confined to the
of Georgia, Gover- those families now engaged in agriculture ball Suwannee County HospitalBASEBALL
The editor of the Florida Sen- ernor Brown has captured the Confederate taken intact. game at 5-5. :

tinel publishes the following let- nor Milton explains why he did if they were only schooner Royal Yacht and its car- APRIL 19 The U.s.s. Gem of Dean Croft singled to score -

ter received from Campbellton: I not call the Florida legislature: go of cotton in the Gulf of Mexi- the Sea captured and destroyedthe Holmes, sending the Bulldogs out

wish to call the attention of the into special session for the purpose blockade running British in front to stay. Hurst the lead-

public to some facts in regard to of securing legislation of to Rotarians Plan co.APRIL 16 The U.s.s. Hen- schooner Inez off Indian River off batter of the inning, hit an-

some of the blood-drinkers of prohibit or limit the right drick Hudson captured the block- Inlet this morning. other single scoring Frier, and IS BETTER OVER

Jackson Co.. Florida: farmers to plant cotton. Sumrell singled, scoring Croft.
"What I mean by blooddrinkers First of all, he says by the time Letter Exchange After the side was retired, the CABLE TV

is this: when separate State such legislation could have been Mishap Involves (School Supplies at McCrimon's) Bulldogs led 8-5. .

action was sprung upon the peo- secured the crops would have already With World ClubsDr.

ple, we had a certain class amongus been in. and Two Families
Moreover, the
who pledged themselves to
of Florida Joe Davis presidentelectof
drink all the blood that patriotism of the planters
was spiltin induced them last year to the Rotary Club, proposed to # 'OPp01U:54'7y
a war with the North and I a- at Monday'sluncheon Auto OverturnsA
cereals to the exclusion of the membership
sure you in but few Instances plant
amount of that letters be exchanged -
they could drink all that they cotton. An immense
the world to two-car collision on Highway
and. for the wantof with clubs around
have seen for much the larger com was 129 Sunday noon three miles
of between HELP
hundreds increase understanding WANTED O FOR SALE
portion of them is yet at home transportation north of Live Oak resulted in a LITTLE ADS
will nations.Dr.
thousands of bushels of corn citizens of other
and are making close calculationson near-tragic accident involving two
accordingto WANTED Women to work soda
when the Davis said
staying at home and I leaveit be held by our planters families. I FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaul.
will be received from American BIG RESULTS fountain and curb. Apply in
to the soldiers' wives and wid- crop of the present year reports ins, guaranteed not to leak.
C. L.
Trooper Tompkinssaid
foreign correspondents, the person A & W Drive In. cge tf
ows to say what they are doingat gathered. that Frank Saunders, accompanied Ottls: Brown Motors. cge tf
Furthermore Milton says he is image of America is distorted by BUY-SELlr-EXCHANGE
home. HELP WANTED A machinistand
by his wife, overturned -
"But I will call the attention of "not convinced that in a govern- its appearance in newspapers, in their 1957 Chevrolet after Whatever the purpose, you will welders. Kelly's Machine FOR SALE-New and used pian
the legislative and movies. os. Frier Music Co., North OBIt
ment ours find
Democrat classifieds do
the public to Instance of
an one sideswiping a 1959 Pontiac that Shop, 968 N. Hamilton Ave.,
of these blood-drinkers who has power rightly exists to prescribe Rotary exchange students, who to Both cars the job, quickly and well. Phone 362-2318. cge tf Ave., Live Oak, 3622188.
what shall or shall not be planted.If are university graduates, usuallyare was attempting pass. cge tf
control of an estate in this coun-
were going in the same direction, - -
it does exist, it should be most as confused in their concep- WANTED Women with use of
Tompkins explained.The FOR SALE Wisconsin engines
ty."The party owning it is knownto discreetly exercised."If tion as is the average man "overthere" driver of the Pontiac was DEADLINE FOR INSERTION car to work 16 hours or more and parts. Clinton Engines and
be very wealthy, and the over- the general assembly of the Davis said. They admit Mrs. Al J. Kramer accompaniedby 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays per week to Increase family parts. Poulan Chain saws and
state.has the power to enact that they arrive with a miscon- Hours to suit Sev-
seer on this place tells his neigh- the her husband and two children. budget. you. parts. Chain saws from $129.95
bors that he has law prohibiting or restricting ception of the American attitudes eral openings available. Write
more money on 905 Fifth St., Phone 362-
After the crash the Pontiac up.
I -
I planting of cotton in towards racial problems, divorce,
hand belonging to said estate 300 Lucille Conner Box 640 Starke 3051. pbbe 46-49
down the highway for
than he knows what to do with; support the Army of the COnfed- juvenile delinquency labor-man- 2.4 cents per word, with a Fla., for full details, or call
feet, skidded off the road and
erate States of America by rais- agement relations, due process of minimum 4f 75#. 964-0284. pbbh 48-49 FOR SALE Two good rebuilt
smashed into wire fence.
s ing cereals, why may not the law corruption in government a White sewing machines In cabinets -
(All classifieds must be paidin
FOR THE FRESHEST The Chevrolet veered from one
same general assembly enact a gangsterism, and similar daily advance.) like new, 1 treadle and 1
SEAFOODS side of the to the other For Sale-Real Estate
law to prohibit the plowing by newspaper stories. electric, $79.50 each or $65 cash.
Mack's Fish MarketPine horses, because useful for cavalry; Usually these Rotary fellows skidded 77 feet, turned over onetime ONE WEEK FREE Also new and rebuilt Singers

Ave. or mules, because necessary for have a reversal of attitudes in and righted on its wheels, FOR SALE Two bedroom block and other types in portable. Call

Freshness and Quality Assured transportation; or oxen, because about six months and become excellent the trooper said. weeks Classifieds the ordered last week for free.four house in Pinewood SubDivision. Mrs. C. G. Travis 724 BrownSt.

Phone 362-1650 necessary for beef? emissaries of America Both Mr. and Mrs. Saunderswere $2.25 will run pay for a 30 word Low monthly payments and ., 362-2744 Bell Wheel Sew-
"" ,. "In a word, why may they not admitted to the Suwannee small equity. Contact Joe Brin-
when they return to their own advertisement for four weeks. ing Machine Center. caae tf
confiscate all rights of property In countries, he added. County Hospital for treatment of Use Suwannee Democrat Class- son. .nc tf
individuals for the benefit of the Reach Average CitizensIf cuts and bruises. The Kramerswere ifieds for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Pure-bred flume
LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING Confederate government? I am and uninjured. FOR SALE 2 year old, 3 bed- service boars and gilts. From

I! opposed to all legislation on the these men intelligent their country Tompkind estimated damages to room house, tile bath, carport registered stock. Priced to sell
above for
part of either the Confederate or average both cars at approximately $1.- natural gas heating hot water Lonnie B. Hurst. Phone 362-
Small or Large Areas the state government which is held misconceptions about' 025. He said he made a case heater, 1461 Pearl Ave. Call 1421. pbbe 46-49
erica then the citizen
average '
constitutional.:. against Saunders for driving on VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. 362-3585 pbbe 45-48
not clearly
CALL certainly must be reached, Davis FOR SALE Registered Polled
The Presbytery of Florida, the wrong side of the road.Mack's Machine, machlneless. and cold
pointed out. If the project were FOR SALE-Residence on paved Hereford yearling bulls calf-

H. G. TURNERNight which has been meeting in Tallahassee to be truly successful, the news wave rators permanents- Annie H.given.Mills, Myr-Ope- street, city water gas and sew- hood vaccinated. T. A. Rowand
8 completedits
since April ,
963-2751 i media should be reached and the John- er. Three bedrooms two baths and Son, Madison Hwy. Call
tice Croft and Frances
business today. It is reported corresponding Rotary Clubs there Sport Shop tf carport. Low down payment, 362-2360. pbbe 47-50
Day 9632373or Phone 362-1831.
number of ministers son. cge
"that quite a will be asked to see that the pro- CANE POLES priced to go, 10 years financing.
writeP. were present the meetings were gram is printed in their local FROM Douglass High School parents and Residence three bedrooms, bath FOR SALE 16 ft. Over-nighter
O. Box 475 well attended during the session". 35 hp Evinrude Lark motor.
newspaper. 25c patrons are urged to join their and half bath, plenty shrub-
WELLBORN FLORIDA APRIL 14 -The U.s.s. Hunts- to $1.35 shade trees In electric starter, and trailer. See
Florida, Suwannee County and P-TA now. We need your help. bery, pecans.
ville today took the blockade run- Live Oak will be cited as typical 1 LOT Call J. L. Bevell principal 362- nice neighborhood. This isa and make offer. 2 miles east

examples of America. The Live BOAT PADDLES 1192. cge tf modern home and priced to sell. Mayo at Bay Oil Co. plant. Call

Oak Rotary Club will write a let- $1.50 Low down payment long term 794-4351 Mayo. cbbe 48-51

ter which will be a composite of Septic tank and drain field financing. United Farm Agency

paragraphs by individual mem- RUBBER HIP BOOTS cleaning. Suwannee Madison Charles Locke, Phone 362-3205 FOR SALE Holstein and

GREENWOOD SEED CORNALSO bers. Also there were fourteen $8.98SPECIAL and Hamilton Counties. Call J. and 3621215. pdej 45-48 Guernsey Dairy Bulls from two

volunteers to write personal let- W. Darby, Jasper after 6 p.m. months to eight years. Velda
SPINNING cajj tf FOR SALE Seven room brick
Dairy Farms, Tallahassee Fla.
ters.More REELS & RODS home with 2 baths and fresh
than hundred Contact James Spies, Livestock
new FROM LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With roasted peanut business. 212 N.
Rotary Clubs are formed around Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. Supervisor at 385-2131 or 385-
COKERS McNAIR and $6.95 Shelby ave. Live
the world each year, more than up Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 Oak.pbbe 47-50 3997. cajj 48
half outside the U. S. To correspond WORMS & CRICKETSASK

FUNK'S SEEDUse with these new clubs its ABOUT CONTEST
FOR SALE Herd bull
1 cow
FARMERS: It takes money to
(School Supplies at McCrimon's)
the goal of this year's Committee Prizes Given For Largest Bass
make money. See your coopera- with bull calf, 3 heifers all
on International Understanding I Caught. Boys and Girls Men
tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. registered Polled Herefords. T.
Swifts Certified Corn Davis concluded. & Women Can Enter. Terms up to 7 years. See Motor Rewinding A. Rowand & Son Call 362-
North Florida Production Credit 2360.
pbbe 48-52
Association, S. Ohio Ave., and
Repairs Rewinding
Fertilizer With Minor Elements 362-2588 Live Oak, Florida
FOR SALE Western
I Any: Kind Electric Motor
A. L. cajj tf
"Aubrey"SPREADER WARD I Also Sales and Service girl's 20 Inch bicycle excellent

CALL condition $17.00. Mrs. Arlis

MIZELL PRODUCE CO. SERVICE ftfeCuHen Electric Motor Repair Palmer 362-3 61. caej 48-49

5 Complete Brake Telephone Day 3623278Night FOR SALE Maple bedroom

"WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS' Service 362-3326 suite, twin beds, night stand
217 E. Howard St.
and dresser six months old.Call
Fast and Courteous Service Automatic Hunter Bros. Building 362-2554. 48

You'll 'Find New Easter Shoes T loin Repair call tf pge

Rte. 1Telephone 776-2271 FOR SALE 36 x 8 house trailer. -

For All The Family AtWORTH'S McALPIN, FLORIDA Points & Plugs FOR RENT Two bedrooms full bath. In
A condition $1500 cash.
Near Han-ell's Store on Mayo Road See at Morgan's Trailer Parkon
FOR RENT Downstairs front
West Highway 90. pge 48
apartment. Very comfortable
convenient location. Call 362-
A Thought For TodayBy 2208. cge U


private bath, private
"There are three faithful friends: an old wife'S front and back entrance, con-
an old dog and ready money. Franklin.We veniently located. Call 362-

2742. cge U
won't argue the validity of Franklin's three
choices though we do feel that whether faithful 66 Service FOR RENT Two apartments, Turn west at Kofi's Grocery on

friends fan in three or a thousand and three cate- Highway: 90 West $35 and $40 monthly. Conveni- the Branford and Lake City Road.

gories is largely a reflection of one's worthiness in LIVE OAK. FLORIDA ently located. Adults only. Call Then take the second graded roadto

meriting. friendship.
the left.
:. True friendship is not one-way street: it is 3622527. paej 47-48

,$4.99-$5.99 INFANTS GIRLS' difficult though not impossible to cultivateand For Sale-Automotive FOR RENT Five room house T. E. (Edward) McCALL
.. hold faithful friends unless one has the capacity
LADIES HEELS $1.99.$4.99 2993.99 for faithful friendship within himself. real cheap. 814 W. Conner St. Phjj 45-48

FOR SALE 470 GMC tractor pge 48

and 24 ft. single axle trailer
For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remem with stake side bodies. Pricedto FOR RENT Newly decorated FOR TRADE

ber we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to sell See 2 miles east of Mayoat furnished apartment. Couples
MEN'S & BOYS'X3.99 only. Phone 362-1498 or 362- Win trade '51
Chevrolet 4-door
you. We have always given this service in our area Bay Oil Co. plant or call
3143. Mrs. P. C. Powell 410 sedan in good shape for calves.
794-4351 cbbe 48.51BASEBALL
FREE of charge.SUWANNEE. Demorest St. cge U H. R. Anderson, Rt. 3, Box 184

to $9.99WORTH'SHeadquarters Live Oak. Phone 362-2W3.
Apartments for rent or house for
paej 47-48
f- FUNERAL HOME sale on Peacock Lake. Can 362- _

362-2935. tf
!; 2319 or Cge

IS BETTER OVER FOR RENT-Two bedroom houseon

For Shoes Licensed Funeral. Director CABLE TV Jasper Highway newly dec WANTED TO RBHT 8maIl

625 S. Ohio Ave. Phose 362-1746 orated. CaU furnished with
apartment private -
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UVE OAK, FLORIDA < > "-19 bath. Can 342-2395. DePAGE

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11 I March Cases From County Court: cket. f I r.: :::::: 1- 0'1 State: Chamber Reports

/ (Editor's Note: The following estreated. V Thomas T. Hart alias Dennis -I (,=1, .1. Farm Products Near Billion Mark

J is a composite of cases handledin Thelton Monroe Smith Jr., Hart, breach of peace, dismissed 1 ). <. ::.. :;:;":'::: ': 1 r.ff r.
County Court or administered driving without license case dismissed upon motion of afilant; Gentry -. lf : :.. .: I 1. '
through the county judge's defendant produced valid Summer Brannon reckless driv- : I' \ :: ::} ..1t I In 62, Citrus, Tobacco Receipts OffAll
offices during March. These license; Ernest Thomas driving ing, $35 or 10 days; Henry Har- I\
I cases are a matter of public without license, $35 bond etreated rell Horton speeding, $25 or 10 c1\\ t1 i Florida farm, grove and ranch products sold, at
record open to the public and ; George E. Harvey, driving days: Mary P. Brown, worthless I It. farm level, for 1836,997,000 last year, the Florida State
printed herein as a public ser without license, $35 bond estreated check $25 costs and restitution: /n) Chamber of Commerce pointed out in its weekly business

vice.) ; Richard B. Poole, speeding Rosemary Beasley, worthless t. release... .
: Carl Mizell No. 1. pass of intox. $35 bond estreated; BenjaminJohn check, $25 costs. and. restitution. ::n1 I ) I ItJ. I "This-- amount was theon second highest annual total

liquor where prohibited with intent Eicher speeding. $35 bond i record. The peak year, 1961, from blacksmithing to greenhouse
to sell case dismissed; Carl estreated: Robert Owens speeding .- : J \ t r( was 2 per cent (or $21 million) equipment and pesticides came to
Mlzell No. 2, poss. of intox. liquorin court costs $30; Henry Alvin Retired Teacher f higher than 1962" the trade body $53,100,000.
county where prohibited with Brown. speeding, $35 bond es- : said. "Depreciation of buildings and

intent to sell not guilty by jury; treated; Garton Holsonback, Dies Funeral "Last year's drop was a resultof equipment accounted for $40-
Carl MIzeU No. 3. reckless drivIng speeding. $35 bond estreated; R. decreased receipts from tobacco 100,000; property taxes $21.7 0.-
$75 or 25 days. A. Mosley speeding. $35 bond and citrus. The sale of all 000; interest on debt $14,900.000:
1 Jimmy Taylor. breach of peace estreated; Dillman Fender, fish- Services HeldMiss fruits flowers vegetables and and rent to landlords $14.000,000.
I case dismissed upon motion of ing without license. $25 bond es- field crops came to $622,244,000. "The 1961 expenses came to
I court; Charlie Paul Lawson. sell- treated; Walter Ward, worthless Annie Laura Long, 77 of down 4 per cent from 1961. Dairy $495,500,000. or 55 per cent of the
ing intox. liquor in county: where check; 25 costs and restitution; Live Oak, a retired school teacher poultry and livestock product gross income from agricultural
prohibited $25 or 10 days; Lovel- L. W. Tyler, worthless check $25 died in the Suwannee County sold for $214,753,000 a 3 per cent production. This expense total
i la Owens No. 2, maintaining place costs and restitution; Julia L. Hospital Tuesday following a gain. was some $28 million more than
business for sale of intox. liquorin Terpstra, speeding $25 or 10 lengthy illness. "In addition to sates farmers the 1960 figure."
county where prohibited, not days; Paul Glen Winans. speed- Miss Long was born in Edge- received an estimated $48 million Ru
guilty by, jury: Harry McCray, ing. $35 bond estreated: Richard field County S. C. She was a in government payments, home <
D. W. I., guilty by jury, $250 or Carter Bernal. speeding. $35 bond member of the Teachers Sorority .. consumption and book credits Mount Beulali ChurchTo
120 days;' Chester Hill, assault estreated; O. C. Rowell careless and a member of the First Methodist :** \__ : bringing the gross farm income Have
and battery dismissed upon discretion display of weapons, $35 or 15 Church. .- total to about $885 million last HomecomingThe
of court; Mack D. Sykes. days; Tally Brooklin Youmans. Funeral services for Miss Long year. Mount Beulah Baptist
I worthless check. court costs of reckless driving, $35 or 10 days. will be held today (Thursday) in "Data on production expensesof Church south of Wellborn will

$20 and restitution; Jimmy Taylor Ethel Lee Haynes, improperlane the Methodist Church with the "1 don't think I'll find them nearly as habit.forming as gumdrops." Florida farmers are not yet celebrate their annual homecoming -
breach of peace, $50 or 25 change, $35 or 10 days; Lon- Rev. Spivey Brabham officiating. available for last year but during Sunday with an all-day pro-
days; J. D. Driver, D. W. I., $75 nie Frazier public drunkenness, Burial will follow in the Bethel Six-Day WalkersIn the past five years these expenses gram and dinner on the ground.
or 90 days license revoked for $35 or 10 days; Lonnie DuckworthJr. Cemetery in Mayo. Mrs. Lulu Wilson, the United States six-day have drained off 53 to 59 per cent Services start at 10 am. with
I 90 days. ., failure to have vehicle under Miss Long is survived by a walking contests and transcontinental of the gross income. Sunday School.
Clifford Bryant obtaining groceries control. $50 bond estreated; number of nieces and nephews. 81 Of live Oak hikes captured the pub- "Details of expenses for 1961 The Rev. R. W. Calhoun, pas-
with Intent to defraud $25 George ,Grayson, speeding, $35 Active pallbearers are Tommy lic fancy after the Civil War. In show that the largest single item tor, invites aU members and
court costs and $33.18 restitution; bond estreated; Owen G. Earnest. Kennon Noel Henry, George Dale, 1909. a 70-year-old man walked was $130.700.000 for hired labor. friends to attend.
C. D. Bryant worthless check $25 failure to obey a police officer: Groover Hackney Louie Boze- Dies, Funeral SetMrs. from New York to California and Purchased feed amounted to $79-
court costs and $5.60 restitution; $35 or 15 days; Robert L. Edwards man, and B. W. Helvenston m. back in 182 days. 300,000; fertilizer and lime $72- ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM
Parker Dampier, speeding. $35 failure to obey police officer Suwannee Funeral Home is in Lulu Wilson of Live Oak John F. (Iron Legs) Stahl. "a 400,000; seeds, bulbs and plants HOW IN TO 3 DAYS KILL, IT.
I bond estreated; Russell Lesley $35 or 15 days; Bruce Ron- charge of arrangements. died Wednesday morning in the frustrated mailman", trudged 10- $12,300,000; and new poultry and If not pleased with strong, faUnt-dry
Harrell, speeding. $25 fine. ald Bryant, speeding $35 or 15 Ru Suwannee County Hospital following 000 miles over Central America livestock 11300000. Repairs and tore.ing T-4-L Watch, your infected 48c back skin at..any.h drug off.
rell speeding, $25 fine. days; Gerald Spencer Pirkle, a sustained illness. Mexico, and the United States as maintenance of buildings and ma. Watch healthy kin replace it. Itefa and
)i driving without license dismissed Mrs. Flowers 79 Mrs. Wilson, 81. was born in a hobby. A few years ago, a 69- chinery cost $45,700.000; and all burning are roae. TODAY at LIVE OAK
t Norman Gross, driving while DRUG CO.; KAYO'S DRUG in Jan*?:
as defendant produced valid license Jefferson County and has livedin year-old grandmother completed other operating expenses, ranging<< and WISE'S DRUG In Ja per.
license revoked. 10 day sentence Live Oak for 60 The her hike the
i ; Donald Raymond Baker years. second along 2,025-
suspended and $35 court costs; speeding $35 bond estreated; Funeral ServicesFuneral housewife was a member of the mile Appalachian Trail. She explained -
t Richard D. Wayne Fryer reckless James Jackson, driving without Church of God in Live Oak. briskly, "There were
( driving. $50 bond estreated; Charlie license, $35 bond estreated: Alonzo services for Mrs. Wil- Funeral services for Mrs. Wil- I, some things I didn't see the first 4 EASTERINc'SPECIALS
I I W. Rogers No. 1. misdeamean- Stockton driving without license liam Henry Flowers 79. of Live son will be conducted in the time". ;
or, dismissed upon discretion of $35 bond estreated; Willard Oak were conducted in the Burn- Church of God on Friday after- In 1960 Dr. Barbara Moore
: court; Richard Dexter Foster, Harvey Parsons failure to have ham Christian Church in Hamil- noon at 3 pjn. with the Revs. J. walked across the United States
speeding, $35 bond estreated; Paul vehicle under control, $50 bond ton County Saturday with the M. Thomas and J. W. Hallman after tuning up by walking the
Edward Green. fishing without estreated; David Lee Cain, dyna- Revs. W. H. Wilkins and Oley officiating. She will be buried In length of Britain.
license fined $20; Walter S. miting fish $100 bond estreated; Forman officiating. She was the Marybelle Cemetery.Mrs. James H. Hocking, a giant am-
Thomas, obtaining groceries with George Richard Walden No. 2. improper buried in the Burnham Cemetery.Mrs. Wilson is survived by six ong walkers, marked up 270,000
I intent to defraud $25 court costs tag, $15 or 15 days; Albert Flowers died in a West I daughters, :Mrs. W. P. Hamrick of miles In his long pedestrian ca-
L and restitution; James Day, Sims allowing unauthorized per- Florida Hospital on Thursday, I Greenville. Mrs. C. H. Ratllff of reer. He advised neophytes: "The :
breach of peace, $30 or 10 days; son to operate motor vehicle, $25 April 4, following a sustained ill- Live Oak, Mrs. J. W. Hallman of whole trick is stepping off the big : '
Thurman Lamar Sowell, speeding, or 10 days. ness. She was a member of the Live Oak Mrs. G. F. Brewton of toe of one foot, forward with the \
$35 bond estreated; Peter Rich- Vernon Christian Church., Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Marchall Mer- other, landing on the heel, knees
ard Aldershof, speeding $35 bond Otis Brown. reckless Mrs. Flowers is survived by one cer of Live Oak and Mrs. Myra locked arms swinging. I always
treated; Malcolm Morrison Miller driving. $50 bond estreated; Clyde daughter Mrs. Gloria Marlow of Jane Queen of Atlanta, Ga.; two averaged about 40 inches to the
speeding, $35 bond estreated Holland driving without license, stride really moving along."
; dismissed Jasper; five sons Albert Flowersof sons, Luther Wilson of Live Oak,
I Willis Carroll Tullock, driving as defendant produced Tallahassee Henry Flowers of and Lenord Wilson. Moving along on foot has be- '*.-
vfithout license, $35 bond estreat- valid license; Annie Lois Berrian Atlanta, Ga., Clint and Charlie She had 19 grandchildren and come a national movement at
ed; Dana Hillary Sluder improper driving estreated without license, $35 bond Flowers of Live Oak, and B. F. 22 great-grandchildren. the moment.
license. $20 or 10 days; Larry ; Leroy T. German Flowers of Azusa Calif. Suwannee Funeral Home was in Ru
William Hines, speeding $35 bond speeding. $35 bond estreated;
Active of
pallbearers were La- charge arrangements.
Florance Daniel -
vaughn Sessions Dan Crosby, Ru
passing $35 bond estreated; Norwick Conn. Police took .
4 USE Wm. Hamilton Freeman Jr., I Roscoe. Davis B. T. Simmons. D. Brabham. To SpeakAt Napoleon Gendreau, 52, to head -
speeding $35 bond estreated B. Averett, and Frank Howard. :; -; -
: Sunrise ServiceEaster quarters after his car jumped the ;
Suwannee Funeral Home in
Shirley D. Cheney, reckless driving curb and hit a house.
FUCO $15 court costs; James A. charge of arrangements.. Sunrise Services com- He was propped against a wall
Harrell No.2. worthless check morating the Resurrection of and told to walk a straight white
Brand $25 costs; Joseph Leon Hodges Mrs. Fowler 73 Christ will be conducted Sunday line on the floor. I ri3 /
improper passing, $10 court costs; morning beginning at 6:30 ajn. "Can I do this tomorrow? I can .
Edward Wesley Guest, fishing at the Suwannee High football do it much better in the morning .
InsecticideFOR without license $20 costs; Gladys Of Day ServicesMrs. stadium with an address by Rev. ," Gendreau told the police.He 'Yt/j;
Spivey Brabham, pastor of the
Louise Felder Jones, driving with- was booked on a charge of .y .
First Methodist Church assistedby
out license, $15 costs; Floyd L. M. J. Fowler, 73, of Day, drunken driving. .
of other Live Oak chur-
Downs, speeding, $25 or 10 days. mother of Aubrey Fowler of Live pastors RuTHINGS
BEST RESULTS Gordon Goldman, selling fish Oak, died in Gainesville Monday ches.The
services will be
sponsoredby TO COME
without license, $20 costs; following a lengthy illness.
a the Live Oak Ministerial As- BOON Wear-
Mrs. Fowler, a housewife and
sociation. Members of the Chris- out-proof shoes and clothing,
the mother of four sons and two
tian Laymans Association will rooms illuminated by glowing :
daughters, was born in Day and
serve as ushers. walls, worldwide television and :
lived there throughout her life-
Coffee and doughnuts will be telephone systems, accurate wea- jif
time. She was a member of the
I served to the public in the high ther forecasting and, ultimately, .
Brewer Lake
Baptist Church. *
/ CABLE T.V. SPECIAL! Funeral services were conducted school cafeteria immediately following weather control these are am- .
Wednesday in the Brewer Lake the sunrise services. ong scientifically feasible "fallout" 'i:' j1l
the nation's
The public is invited. benefits from
Baptist Church with the Revs.
U according to aero-
Isaac Hobby, William Tyre, and space program *
-it itP
McClain (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) space executive Mundy I. Peale.
Clyde officiating. She I

Cable TV of Live Oak --- Will Accept A was buried. in the Day Cemetery.Mrs. -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:-:..:..:..:.:..:.:.:-:-:..:-:-:..:..: ? ,
Fowler is survived by her y
husband Rev. M. J. Fowler; four A A y Y p.. :
Limited Number Of House Antennas
Top daughters Mrs. Letus Farnell of '
Chie and, Mrs. Myra DeVore of i Own Your Own Dress Shop i ;
In Lieu Of A Connection Charge. Archer. Mrs. Eldron Christie of

Lake City, and Mrs. Marenda +: Would you like to own your own Ladies CM DTMS Shop? You can i.t.
Goodwin of Mayo two Aub- .. be your own boss & hare your own income for life. Your1 lnT* tmont ,
; sons .
,' for fixtures, tables etc., is less than $2500.00 & wo keep you snp- l
The Only Cost To You Will Be The First rey Fowler of Live Oak, and Gar- ...apaw. with 15000.00 of merchandise at no cost to you. Perfect for X.t. .
land Fowler of Day. retired: couples, widows, etc. For more information Just write to no t'

Month's Service Charge Of $3.95 -Then Active pallbearers were Marvin :A t: today c/o J1 oo

Sullivan Govan Smith, Harold ::. MISS PIXIE
$3.95 Per Month Thereafter. Smith, Lewis Smith. Kenneth Ed. X Xk .
wards and Kenneth Dees. BAINBRIDGE GEORGIAWard's } .

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APRIL 11, 1963

SuwanneeHigh Congressional District to be held of the 1962-63 school year. : Tampa Florida did not conformto motion was seconded by Barnett. oak Florida. The time of this! grounds of gross insubordination
In Tallahassee Florida on Thursday Personal leave is granted to-Ed- bid specifications the motionwas .
Motion ;i hearing was set for 1:30 P. LL misconduct in office and wilful
March 7. 1963. AU School ward J. Jinks for March 11-13 made by Brim seconded by The hour of :1:00 having ar- but has been delayed.Mr. neglect of duty separately and I
t Board members were urged to attend 1963.The Vann. to reject all bids on 16 MM: rived .the Chairman announcedthat T. T. Turnbull Attorney at severally.The .
this important meeting con- Board: accepted the resig- projectors and ask for new bids at the Board would take up the Law, Tallahassee appeared with : chairman announced that '
cerning proposed school legisla- nation of Ned Jenkins Custodian a later date. Motion carried. the char-
r matter of hearing of the
Men Eugene Y. White as his attorneyand due to other business before the
tion.Some effective March 7. 1963. Bids were opened for one (1) ges preferred against Martha M. acted as such throughout the Board, the hearing for Annie C
discussion was held rela- Upon the recommendation of
Webster teacher at Suwannee
trampoline as requested. hearing. Bailey set for 2:45 P. M. had been
r April 11 through Ap i1.17THURSDAY tive to proposed PEA salary sche- Mr. Louis J. Berry and PrincipalM. follows High School Live Oak Florida.
were as : delayed but that the Board would
dule for teachers and of the effect A. OUara Mr. David Usher Charges filed by the Board are as On behalf of Eugene L. White
Sliced Ham Florida Athletic Co., a Motion To Dismiss and a Mo- now take up the matter of hear
such would have on the presently was relieved from his duties as follows:
Gainesville Florida $415.00 tion To ing the charges preferred by the
Sliced Cheese overloaded finances of the custodian at Nettie Baisden Primary Strike were filed. The ,
Frozen Acre Peas School Board. School effective March 5. Maurer's House of 1. Incompetency in instructional Motion To Dismiss was overruled Board against Annie C. Bailey
'Cand ed Yams Sports New York 352.00A position. and on motion of the attorney for I teacher at Douglass High School
"''Easter Cake with Jelly Beans Mr. Louis J. Berry Mainten- 1963.Upon the recommendation of A. motion was made by Brim 2. Wilful neglect of duty. the School Board the Board per- Live Oak, Florida.
Bread Butter Milk ance Coordinator gave an Perry Geiger Principal Branford seconded by Vann to accept the 3. Failure to report for duty or mitted the amendment of the The Chairman ordered the
the maintenance situ-
FRIDAY MONDAY report ation. on He stated that improve- High School and Superintendent low bid of $352.00 from Maurer's to report sickness. charges by adding the word hearing to proceed and the char.

Easter Holidays ments had been made, and that Williamson. Mrs. Martha D. John-I House of Sports. Motion carried.A The Chairman ordered the "gross" before the word "insub- ges were presented by the Board's
TUESDAYHamburgersCheese the sytsems were operating ef- son was employed as Physical Ed. request for payment of cost hearing to proceed and the charges ordination" so that the chargeson Attorney Alfred T. Airth. The
fectively. He further stated the ucation teacher at Branford of moving from Live Oak to Tampa and evidence were presentedto which evidence was herd were: following witnesses were heard

Sliced Tomatoes & Onions need of stopping leaks that existed School beginning April 1, 1963. Florida submitted by SamuelB. the Board's Attorney Alfred T. 1. Gross insubordination; after being duly sworn:
Green Beans in systems. Mr. Berry Such employment is subject to Weiss was discussed. It was Airth. The following witness was 2. Misconduct In office; and James L. Bevel Principal
Apple SauceBunslBread suggested that it was his opinion the approval of the Trustees. pointed out that the Board does heard after being duly sworn: 3. Wilful neglect of aut). Douglass High School. Live Oak

Butter Milk that the Board should employ a Approval was given for use of not have any responsibility for Mr. W. R. Hall Principal Su The Board ordered the hearingto Florida;
WEDNESDAY male janitor for the O'Brien buses by Branford School as requested such claim and denied paymentas wannee High School. Live Oak proceed and the charges in Annie C. Bailey Perry Florida

Bologna School. He plans to submit a writ- for March 23, 1963 and requested.Due Florida.No evidence were presented by the In as much as Annie C. Bailey
to failure to submit authenticated one being present to offer admitted action as indicated in
! Pimento CheeseTomatoesLima ten report from time to time. March 1, 1963.Approval Board's Attorney Alfred T. Airth.
Beans/Corn Some discussion was held con- was given for Superintendent evidence of a qualify- any testimony or evidence to rebut James L. Bevel was duly swornas the charges, and since no one offered -
Cherry Pie cerning pool bids for buses. This Williamson to purchaseone ing score on approved examina- the charges and no further a witness and his testimony in any testimony or evidenceto
Bread Butter Milk matter is to be discussed more ata (1) overhead projector and tion as required under Section evidence to sustain the charges support of the charges was heard. rebut the charges the Board
later meeting. one (1) used Thermo-fax copy 231.16(2), Florida Statutes Mrs. being offered the Board upon The Board's attorney announced upon consideration of testimony
MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC Professional leave to attend the machine as needed. Barbara J. Minter is hereby issueda consideration of all the evidence the testimony in support of the found that the said charges were
INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE Florida Education Association Some discussion relating to the contract as an annual 4th year submitted found that the char- charges was concluded and no true and sustained and that such

COUNTY FLORIDALive Convention In Jacksonville Flor- use of matching money for con- teacher. Upon recommendationand ges were sufficient and that such testimony or evidence was offeredby charges constituted wilful neglec

Oak Florida ida on March 14, 15, 1963 was struction of new buildings was receipt of an authenticated charges as had been sustained by: or on behalf of Eugene L. of duties.
March 5, 1963 granted to: held. Superintendent Williamson score the Board may, at its own competent evidence and proof White. On motion by Vann secondedby
The meeting was called to orderat Henry M. Folsom pointed out that such money must discretion grant a continuing constituted incompetency in the On motion by Barnett. seconded Brim the Board after hearing
9:00 AJM. by Otto Dickman Buren L. Dunavant be set aside and designated for contract. Upon a motion by Vann. said instructional position, wilful by Brim and carried the statements made by Annie C.
Chairman. Other members pres- Thomas L. Dobbins such use or else potential match- seconded by Brim such action as neglect of duty and failure to report Board went into executive sessionto Bailey and recognizing that such
ent were: V. V. Brim Thonis R. Lewis M. Tucker ing funds from the State wouldbe was taken by the Board on May for duty or report sickness.On consider the matter.In wilful neglect of duties was
H. E. and L. M. 8 relative to continuing motion seconded grounds for dismissal and also
Barnett Vann Fred O. YoungProfessional lost. This must be done priorto 1962 by Barnett executive session upon con- ,
Crews Jr. leave was grantedto the end of the present fiscal contract status for Mrs. Barbara by Brim and unanimously sideration of all the evidence submitted recognizing that the said AnnieC.
E A Scripture reading was given Susie Williams and Katheryne year. Minter is rescinded and the carried the contract of Martha the Board found that eachof Bailey was. by her own statement -
r by Superintendent Williamson Pryor to attend the State Future Superintendent Williamson I afore-mentioned annual contractis Webster with the Board of Pub- the charges had been sustainedby "upset and disturbed: due
with prayer by Thonis Barnett. Homemakers of America Conven- pointed out that Dr. Zinober granted. Motion carried. lic Instruction Suwannee County', competent sworn testimony to personal problems at that
i Minutes of the previous meeting tion on March 28-31. 1963. in President of the Live Oak P-TA, Further discussion was held Florida, dated August 6, 1962. was and that each of such charges time", accepts her resignationfrom
were read corrected and ap- Jacksonville. Florida.Profess1onalleave had written a letter and requestedthat concerning the request of Mr. W. ordered terminated as of January constituted sufficient ground fora her contractual Instructional

.proved. to attend Re- a special meeting be held not R. Hall Principal Suwannee High 30. 1963. dismissal of Eugene L. White. responsibilities with the Board of
Some discussion was held con- source Use Education Conferencein later than the first week in Mayso School that Coaches Gene Cox I. On motion made by Barnett On motion duly made by V. V. Public Instruction Suwannee
,' cerning the crowded conditions at Madison Florida on March 22, that they may give a report of and Brent Hall be released at seconded by Brim and unani- Brim seconded by Henry, Vann, County. Florida effective Janu-
Branford School with efforts be- 1963 is granted to Ina Gaston the P-TA survey that is presently 3:15 P. M. each day March 4 mously carried the Board ordered and carried the Board adjourned ary 25, 1963. Motion carried
ing made to out the March 1963 to hold that Martha Webster be dismissedas .
work same. and Mary Y. Drew. underway and which should be through 29. from executive session.In unanimously.As
1 Mr. Bryson appeared relativeto Fronia P. Dexter was granted completed by the first week in Spring football practice at Leon teacher in Suwannee High open session the Board call- there was no further business -
the sale of a piece of land. professional leave to attend the May. This matter is to be given High School. Permission was School effective January 30, 1963. ed in Eugene L. White and his the meeting was adjournedat
Members of the Board signed said State Convention of the Delta more study at a subsequent meet- granted for the request.A on the grounds as stated and sustained Attorney T. T. Turnbull and an- 5:00 P. M.Everett.
document.Mr. Kappa Gamma Professional So- motion was made by Brim to in the charges.A nounced that it had found from L. Williamson
Paul Langford appeared before ciety Women Teachers In Win- ing.Approval was given for the installation rescind the action taken at the motion was made by Barnett the testimony in evidence pre- Supt. and Secretary

the Board and some discus- ter Park Florida on April 5, 6, 7, of separate telephone previous meeting at which time seconded by Vann to adjourn until sented that each of the several Board of Public Instruction
s sion was held relative to construc- 1963. lines to the Bus Garage, Super- he moved as follows: 'that no 1:30 P. M. Motion carried. charges had been sustained and Otto F. Dickman Chairman
tion of seats on the west side of Personal leave was granted to visor's Office and to the Main- instructional personnel coachingor The meeting reconvened at 1:30P. that each of the several charges Board of Public Instruction
the football field at Suwannee Nell P. Boatright for February 27. tenance and Supply Warehouse.Mr. otherwise will be released from M. Due to the fact that the constituted sufficient ground for
High School 1963. Lamar Drake Architect in their duties until their contracthas School Board Attorney Alfred T. dismissal.On TERMITESSWARMING
A motion was made by Crews. Personal leave was granted to charge of Branford School Ma- expired or has otherwise been Airth had not yet arrived busi- motion by Barnett, secondedby
seconded Vann to rescind the terminated'. Motion carried ness scheduled at 1:30 P. M. is
S by Robbie H. Roberts for January 16, terials Center Building discussedthe Brim and unanimously carried ?
I action of the Board at the last 17, 18, 1963.Professional. final plans with the Board unanimously." Such motion was delayed temporarily. the contract of Eugene L.
meeting relative to construction leave was grantedto and answered such questions as seconded by Vann. Motion carried. Other matters of personnel, White with the Board of Public
! of seating space on the west side James L. Bevel to attend FSTA were asked by the Board or Su Mr. Otto Dickman relinquishedthe transportation, and maintenancewere Instruction of Suwannee County \
I of the football field at Suwannee Convention at Miami Florida, on perintendent. Actual constructionwill Chair; Mr. Brim. Vice Chairman discussed. Florida dated November 29, 1962,
i High School and that the Board March 14, 15. 1963. begin after plans are finally assumed the Chairmanship.Mr. Upon the arrival of Mr. AlfredT. was ordered terminated as of ,
f approve the plans as submittedby Professional leave to attend the approved by the State Depart- Dickman then made the following Airth. School Board Attorney February 18, 1963.
Mr. Paul Langford on this date. State Conference for New Home- ment of Education. motion: "that in the future Chairman Dickman announcedthat On motion of Barnett secondedby captor 41"

ti Motion carried.Superintendent. makers of America at Tallahassee. Bids for lease of .5 acres of tobacco that no instructional personnel the Board would take up the Brim and unanimously carried I
Williamson discussed Florida on March 21, 22, 23. were opened at 10:00: AM. coaches or otherwise will matter of the hearing of the char- the Board ordered that Eugene L.
the called meeting for 1963 was granted to LaFrancesW. Bids were as follows: be released from their duties until ges preferred by the Board White be dismissed as a teacherat -
School Board members of the 9th Stephens. J. B. Truluck $ 75.00 their contract has expired or has against Eugene L. White teacherat New Douglass High School as i:2.:
Temporary duty to coach and John Summers 125.00 otherwise been terminated." The Douglass High School, Live of February 18, 1963 on the the sake of your home

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R' I oa or before the ISth day of April-A. >. W. Clinton Nickerson Jr. 80% dered and required to file your wraKca
Local Cancer Unit 183, if you care to contest theme, John Moxley II% Answer or defenses, to the xgnabjp*
County Ministers' Column Public NoticesIN otherwise the allegations of the Complaint Dated this 19th day of March AJ>. filed 'herein against yon fa tit e'aWye
'j win be taken as confessed by yOU 19(3.
entitled cause In the office of the) (Jkrof \
Done and ordered in Live Oak FlorIda W. Clinton Nickerson. Jr. the Circuit Court in and far *wan-
The Continues CrusadeThe this 18th day of March A. D. IMS.Lavanghn John Moxley nee County Florida, at his silk. to the
A. Sessions
Court House ia Live Oak Ffoma. on or
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Clerk of Circuit Court befre Tuesday April Stth. IMS, aad
Suwannee County Unit of. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY:!, Suwannee County, Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, serve a copy of such Answer or defenses -
Pastor's CornerBy J. L. BlackweO rtafettffs At-
the American Cancer Society is BE: The Estate of By: Geraldine M. Gamble, D.C. FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN torney upon herein whose address Is Live
THOMAS H. RADFORD, 45-48 RE: The Estate of
annual Oak. Florida before said date
in the second week of its OSCAR BRADLEY on or as
DeceuecL BYRD
The required by the laws of Florid 1944
crusade. The purpose of the crusade NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Deceased.
Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. If
Pastor, Advent Christian ChurchSt is to collect funds, to help Radford. deceased are hereby noti- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN AH creditors of the Estate of Oscar be fail entered to do so against decree pro for eosfetso the wW
fight cancer through research fied and required to file any clajnt or RE: The Estate of Bradley. Byrd deceased are hereby notified contained in the complaint.you reason
,. demand which they may hare against FRANCES VAUGHN, also known H and required to file any claims or
Luke 10:38"Lord, sure He knew His will and goalsto and education.By said estate in the Office of the County FRANCES VARN, demand which they may have against You of are said further suit is notified to partition that the the real mature -

dost Thou not care that my sis- be those of His Heavenly Father. endorsement of the Nation's Judge of Suwannee County. Florida in Deceased said estate in the office of the County estate herein after described, to-wit The
the Court House at Lire Oak. Florida Notice Of Filing Petition For Judge of Suwannee County Florida, in
ter hath left me to serve Good and loyal friends at a Congress, by proclamation of the within six (6) calendar months from Final Discharge the Court House at Live Oak Florida, Northwest of Section Quarter S:. of Township Northwest 8. S Quarter th.
" *
I alone?" time like this can be the priceless President of the United States the date of the first publication of this TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: within six (6) calendar months from Range 14 East, in Suwannee Cwnty.The .
) notice. Each claim or demand must be Notice is hereby given that we have the date of the first publication of this
; The story of Mary and Martha channel of God's grace as well asthen and the Governor of the State of In duplicate in writing, and must state filed final returns as Executors of the notice. Each claim or demand must be suit has name been of Instituted the Court is ia the which OtrevH this
Florida April is "Cancer Control the place of residence and post office foregoing estate: that we have filed our filed in duplicate in writing, and must Court
to think help. of the Third Judicial Cfreott fa
ought be timely as we own ,
and will state the place of
final discharge residence and
address of the claimant and must be petition for apply post and for Suwannee
I about those events that lead up To Martha's everlasting honor Month". sworn to by the claimant, his agent, or to the Honorable Reece Brown office address of the claimant and must the abbreviated title County of this FforM.of aad B.
his attorney, or it will become void according County Judge, on April 29, 1963 at be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, case
to Our Lord's Crucifixion and on and credit, the Scripture tells us Responding to the call to fight to law. 10:00 A. :M. o'clock for approval of the or his attorney, or it will become void W. Deese.Lill Hill and wife. Gladys B. Deee
beyond to the Son of Man's tri- that she endeavored to be help- and conquer cancer, and in so do- Charles Winston Radford final returns and for final discharge as according to law. -vs-It is hereby, a ordered widow.that et. aL this order

umph of Easter Day. ful. She laid out the table, she ing help save lives, are thousandsof SGeorge Thomas H.H.DaleExecutors Radford Jr. Vaughn Executors, deceased.S of the. Estate of Frances SA.Administrator Jack Phillips and week notice shall be published oas a
I The 12th Chapter fixed the meal, and probably an serious thinking men and wom- Felton W. Williams 46-49 publications) in consecutive The Svwaanee weeks Dene-(four.

cf St. John': excellent one too. These thingsare en. These are volunteers. They 45-48 ExecutorS Mollie :Mullen IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD erat, a newspaper published ia Live

Gospel adds f both good and necessary. But give freely of their time, efforts, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Executor JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Oak.having Suwannee a general County.circulation Florida in S.wa-sad
few details. H ; even good things" can become an services, and financial aid. Su FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN CHANCERY nee County. Florida.

. tells us that Jesus :yt end in themselves if we are not wannee County has many such RE: The Estate of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR LILLIAN C. CHANEY. Circuit WITNESS Court my and band the seal as of Clerk aU of O..tae rt
LAW Plaintiff.JAMES .
I six days before N careful and like Martha we can volunteers.You FLOSSIE Deceased.C. MJZELL. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: vs. in Live this Oak. Suwannee County. FtwtMa.'
on day of March A. D. 1 63.
the Passover lose sight of the reason for our can help fight cancer with NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Notice is hereby given that the undersigned DONZELL CHANEY. LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS
creditors of the Estate of Flossie pursuant to the fictitiousname Defendant.
came to Hi' ___ active and necessary activity. I "A Check-up and a Check". C. :Mizell, deceased are hereby notified statute. Chapter 20953, or Sec- NOTICE TO DEFEND Clerk Snwannee Circuit Court, Ffortta
dear friend': ___ expect there was just a note of and required to file any claim or de- tion 865.09 Florida Statutes. 1941 will THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: (SEAL)
with the Clerk of the Circuit JAMES DONZELL CHANEY whose
mand which they may have against said register Pearl -
I home in Bethany. ___ crossness, a little subtle feeling of and in love and in understanding. estate in the Office of the County Court in and for Suwannee County address is unknown. 46-49 By Cannon D.C.
Jesus in HI' I her dinner preparations not being Judge of Suwannee County. Florida in Florida upon receipt of proof of publication YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thata
And she has become the great the Court House at Live Oak Florida of this notice the fictitious name, Complaint for Divorce has been filed
heart knew that I sufficiently appreciated as she within six (6) calendar months from to-wit: against you and you are required to NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATIONTO
all time of what
symbol for a per- the date of the first publication of this LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY serve a copy of :your answer or pleadingto WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
and out to Our to have
rinished called Lord
His work was almost son can accomplish in the givingof notice. Each claim or demand must be not incorporatedunder the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney Notice is hereby given of RiteMiaa to
His greatest trials were soon to Mary come and help her. filed in duplicate, in writing, and must which we will engage in business.We Ernest A. Sellers P. O. Box apply to the 1963 Session of the Florida
, i spiritual help when it is most state the place of residence and post expect to engage in business in 427, Live Oat Florida, and file the Legislation for the passage of an act,
come. So He sought out the homeof So all of her otherwise good activity needed. office address of the claimant and must I Live Oak, Florida and our address is original answer or pleading in the officeof or acts, to amend and supplement, or to
His dearest friends Martha became the wrong kind of be sworn to by the. claimant. his agent Live Oak Florida. 'I.I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or amend or supplement, the Charter of the
I expect most of us fail Our or his attorney or it will become void I The extent of ownership is entire. before the 30th day of April. 1963. If City of Live Oak Florida as amended,
i and Mary, and Lazarus in Betha- kindness. She wanted to be kindto Lord most often, the same way according to law. John A. Chambliss I you fail to do so, a decree pro confesso to provide for one or more of the following
Our Lord in her own way. She SRobert W. Cannon Wanda B. Chambliss will be taken against you: for the relief :
ny.Martha Martha did. We try to be kind to Executor Dated this 18th day of :March A.D. demanded in the Complaint. 1. To permit the City Council to fix
by nature, was an active overdid it. She fixed a banquet our neighbors in the way that 45-48 1963. DATED at Live Oak. Suwannee County the compensation to be paid tae OMef
industrious capable, person, when a simple meal with a little John A. Chambliss Florida, this 25th day of :March. of Police, otherwise known as the :Marshal -
pleases us the most and not always IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Wanda B. Chambliss 1963. and to change the comptpsaMen
fine in every way. The world quiet would have been ample. Instead the way that is most help- THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 45-48 LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS to be received by said officer dvrtag
by of FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN Clerk Circuit Court his term of office;
needs like her. Mary, being a help to Jesus at
many ful to them. We are apt to mis- NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR Suwannee County. Florida 2. To provide in the event the City
nature, was a quiet, thoughtful this critical time, she had in effect take activity for understanding.We DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF TRADE NAME LAW (SEAL) Council should hereafter elect so to do,
sensitive to the thoughtsand added to His burdens.We CAROLYN J. BALDREE, TO WHOM: IT :MAY CONCERN: By Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C. for a municipal court and Hs JvrisdKtkm -
person, want to help them on our Plaintiff Notice is hereby given that the un- 46-49 ; the office of municipal judge,
feelings going through the know of a certainty that terms not always what they need. vs.XINEPHARD. dersigned pursuant to the fictitious provide for his appointment term,
minds of others. The world needs people whose nature is of the active BALDREE. name statute Chapter 20953, or Section NOTICE TO DEFENDIN I compensation and duties: and in tae
Sometime we even want to worship Defendant 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1941, will THE NAME OF event such municipal court is established -
many like her also. and industrious kind can and serve the Lord the TO: Xinephard Baldree Adel, Georgia. register with the Clerk of the Circuit THE STATE OF FLORIDA: for the suspension of tae powers -
I Jesus at that critical time, surely become the channels of way You are hereby notified that a Com- Court in and for Suwannee County, TO John Hill and his wife Jennie F. now vested in the office *f Mayoras
we think best, not taking the plaint for a Divorce and other Relief Florida upon receipt of proof of publi- Hill each of whose address is un set out in Section (B) of ArtWe
needed more than any of us poor God's grace if they remember the trouble to listen to His heart and has been filed in the above named Court, cation of this notice the fictitious name known. 10. of said City Charter during such
and you are required to serve a copy to-wit: You. and each of :you are hereby period or periods a municipal cert
for their
sinful people will ever know, the I reason activity and it spirit. And then, like Martha, we of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint MONIC ASSOCIATESunder notified that a suit in equity has been shall be in operation.
unspoken communion and encouragement can truly become a means of get feelings hurt because all upon the Plaintiffs Attorney which we will engage in business.We brought against you by B. W. Deese CITY OF LIVE OAK
Wm. Randall Slaughter P. O. Box 608 expect to engage in business in and his wife Gladys B. Deese. in the (SEAL)
and understandingof praise and indeed prayer. Mar- the things we have labored over Live Oak. Florida, and file the originalin Live Oak Florida and our address is Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Cir- By Harvey W. Perry
other human souls. That is tha's kind of kindness became a little the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Route 5. Box 88. Live Oak Florida. cuit in and for Suwannee County Flor- CIty Clerk
are so appreciated. Mary Court, Suwannee County Florida The extent of ownership is entire. ida, and yon are hereby summoned, or- 47-50
why He came to Bethany. A few burden because she forgot. chose the better part, and Our

moments of peace and quiet where But Mary sensed the deep Lord reminded Martha and us

He could renew His soul and spirit thoughts going through Our that the quality of Mary's love 341-H

strengthen His courage and be Lord's mind, and listened in quiet was so deep and true and heart-

felt that it was and is of the eter-

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Snwanne Cosoty, Florida Befog

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Government Strives To New Disease Threatens Florida's Number thence in(,a lying westerly eta direction Evelyn Street of a

distance of 105 feet to a point thence

Bald Eagle From $12 Million Watermelon Industry in of 80 a southerly feet to a dfreetfoa point, thence a distance in an
easterly direction a distance of 105

Washington The United States is t., / )-IM SURE YOU Florida's 12 million dollar watermelon industry is feet thence to along a point right on Mid of way Evelyn of Street said;

the national emblem -. the bald eagle l' ( REMEMBER THE being threatened by a new disease. Evelyn to said Street point of a beginning distance ,of 80 feet

Its golden cousin.As V CARROLL TWINS According to Dr. Robert S. Mullin, plant pathologistwith pursuant to the Final Decree of Foreclosure -
part of a three-way effort by the Florida Agricultural Extension Service, bacterial Court the entered style in of a case which pending is Mid-State in said

cies. Congress has nagged a law leaf spot has been discovered on watermelons in Collierand Homes Inc.. a Florida corporation,
s Plaintiff Carl
vs. D. Lee and Geneva
The bald- gi-has been sacrosanct eagles formerly Hendry Counties. Dr. Norm- Lee, his wife. Defendants and the docket -
since 1940, but it was often nately, both an Schenck, assistant plant path- number of which .. No. 4<7.
WITNESS my hand and the official
shot mistakenly because it looks being fish eaters ologist at the Watermelon and No.1. seal of Mid Chart this ftth day of April,
like the more populous golden front property. Grape Investigations Laboratoryat demonstration area. 19M.
eagle. Both have large dark- Audubon Leesburg, a unit of the Agri- The program will begin promptly CLERK LAVAUGHN CIRCUIT SESSIONS COURT
brown bodies and a wingspreadof Florida, the last cultural Experiment Stations has at 10 a.m., with the address of Harry M. Hobbs
about six feet. of the bald verified Mullin's identification.The welcome by Governor Bryant. The Attorney 211 Jackson for Street Plaintiff
To spur public interest in the DDT poisons fish new watermelon diseasewas four hour program will be clK Tampa 2, Florida
magnificent bird's welfare, the can poison or r first observed by Don Lander maxed by aerial demonstrationsof 48
Post Office recently put a bald- fish-eating eagles.Revered Collier County Agricultural water bombing and helicopter SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE
eagle design on airmail cards. in Extension agent, who reported the seeding. A special meeting of the mewbers of
the Farmers lintnal Exeane .has been
To learn why the eagle popu- ed in life: This disease to Mullin at Gainesville. The two trains will return to called for April SI, It" fa Live Oak
lation is dwindling the National of the American Describing the new disease, Tallahassee and Jacksonville respectively at Farmers Mutual Exchange.The .
Audubon Society and the Fish and The bald eagle Sli't MuLin; says "it starts as a small by 4 pjn. the same day. amendments purpose of this to the meeting by-laws b to of consider the
Wildlife Service are conducting a popular with all J black speck which gradually increases association to conform them to the con-
I II sent method of taxing patronage dividends i.
five-year study. founding fathers. in size until it may cover
No. 2convert and refunds under the Revenue
More People, Less Eagles tinental Congress one-fourth or more of the leaf. Act of 19(2.
Once a king of the skies and tees and a dozen I i The black spot normally has a as many lights as can be hers All Farmers. Mutual Exchange memo
are invited to attend this
common over the entire United on an EEEEE' yellow halo around the edge and done for u_ .that sum. The conversion 48 meeting
States, the bald eagle now num- bol. Ben d'M looks greasy when wet". will begin just north of the
bers less than 5,000 says the Na- dents, calling the 1a "The bacterium causing the disease City Hall and continue across the IN AND THE FOR COUNTY SUWANNEE JUDGES COUNTY COURTIN
tional Geographic Society. "coward, robber ," the Extension specialist railroad tracks, stopping north of FLORIDA.PROBATE

The guns of hunters, spreading al character". : __ explains "enter the bottom or the traffic lights.Approximately IN RE: The Estate of JURISDICTION.
civilization, and the widespreaduse wild turkey. : ;; II breathing side of the leaf but 12 lights can be WALTER I. GARNER. c.deeeuei. *
of insecticides have taken the The United may start on any part. As the converted for the $500. The balance .
Notice Of Filing Petition For Fi.lDiacharre
life and liberty of many bald from 1917 to 1952 I NA34Q spots increase in size and num- of the city's street lights will Of Administratrix:
eagles. Alaska a bounty ber, the leaf is killed and event- be changed over piecemeal as TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I have
Eagles have a vicious reputa- eagle as a ually the plant." funds become available. The city filed my final returns as administratrix
tion, largely undeserved. Hunters More than 100,000 Winds 40-Foot Drifts Mullin stresses the seriousnessof has approximately 35 incandes- of the estate of Walter I. Garner deceased -
; that I have filed
mistake them for hawks. Farm- the disease to the watermelon cent lights. my petition
for final
discharge and that I will
ers blame old "Baldy" for miss- ed.It was not until Mammoth Blizzard Of '88 Fills industry by emphasizing that uncontrolled The police report to the coun- ply to the Hon. Reeee Brown. County ar
ing chickens and chop down his after it had been spread of the leaf spot cil indicated that 39 cases were Judge Monday, of May Sawannee 6th. mi County., for approval Florida on ri
nesting tree.. Egg collectors rob Congress, that could result in an extensive loss made during March with fine and the same and for final discharge as ad.
eyries. I ceived legal Permanent Niche] In Weather Lore of the state's watermelon produc- forfeiture revenues totaling $425 Gamer minfetratrix deceased.of the estate of Walter I. '

The burgeoning population has I existing states. tion. with $44 jail expense. Five cases April 8th. 1MI.
built roads, factories, and housing Snowstorms come and snowstorms go, but the Bliz- "We do not have a control to were turned over to juvenile authorities Administratrix VERA K. GARNER
of the
developments in places where the Eagle fanciers of '88 fills a permanent niche in weather lore. It was eliminate the bacterial disease," and one case of car Walter I. Gamer, deceased estate. of
the bald eagle ( blast. Mullin states, "but copper is being theft was released to the county. 48-52

cephalus) is a The great storm_ wreaked havoc_from_Washington! recommended as a control to The council approved the cur-
BASEBALLIS American emblem. I and from N York to Pittsburgh keep it from spreading. The rent bills totaling $7,668.80.
C., to Maine, ew in inactivates the COP-I Round or Square Point
North America, 1888. Fierce winds piled Snow began sifting down Sunday per only
BETTER OVER ; outside the 40-foot drifts. Cities were isO- night. By Monday morning, drifts the plant pathologist Nassau County in 1961 led all SHOVELS $1.98
Since can be toxic to Florida
CABLE TV i to friendly ships wrecked, trainS were knee-high. Before noon, every copper counties in pulpwood pro-
watermelons, Mullin suggests that duction
More"A followed
by St. Johns
Strong and The blizzard took some horsecar cable car and elevated Weeding
growers not spray with copper until County.
as majestic as train had stopped running.
lives.A .
they are certain fields in their
Long Island farmer who ven- Firemen raised ladders to rescue area are infected. Before spray- HOES $1.59
outside at the height of the passengers from stalled elevated
ing, however he recommends Public Notices
perished in his own barn- trains. contacting your county agricul- YardBROOMS :
INDIGO SEED A determined commuter Streets were perilous. Wind tural agent for the best spray
nearly out of sight in drifts ripped off signs and rocketed NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE .89c ,1 i
closed them about. Stone cornices top-
BAHIA GRASS SEED trying to cross the For control of bacterial leaf NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the "
Bridge. pled. Loose ends of broken tele- spot, Mullin recommends an application undersigned, Lavaughn A. Sessions, PRICES GOOD ONLY
The main stret of Pittsfield, phone and telegraph wires whip- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Suwannee UNTIL STOCK RUNS
SWIFTS FERTILIZER of three pounds of 50 County, Florida, will on the 22nd day
was buried under ped through the air. Ice and snow : per cent copper per 100 gallonsof of April. 1963, during the legal hours OUT. THESE AREITEMS
houses from 2 to 15 feet deep choked of sale at the main door of the Court
feet of snow; some : water. Since the. bacteria en- House of Suwannee County Florida in WE ARE
completely covered. The fu- Broadway and other main thor- ter mainly through the underside ; the City of Live Oak Florida, offer for DISCOUNTING.MACK'S .
MIZELL PRODUCE gale blew the water out of oughfares. had of the leaf, he urges growers to sale highest and and sell best at bidder public for outcry cash the to following the-
stores hope-
harbor, briefly expos- Department described
obtain good coverage of both sides property situated in i
fully designated Monday as Suwannee County Florida,
the muddy bottom.In leaf to-wit:
of the spraying.
Will Gladly Fill Your ASC Purchase handfulof during A part of Lot Number 6 of McGrana-
Opening Day
First Issue Spring ; a Young foliage appears to be the han Addition a subdivision of a part SPORT SHOP
The National Geographic So- customers appeared. Clerks, most susceptible to the disease so of the SW4 of the SE% of Section
stranded in the stores at day's
founded in January 1888, he suggests giving special atten-
a detailed biography of end, spent the night on mattresses to
tion new runners.
I ; FREE storm in the first issue of its under the watchful eyes of Emphasizing the need for,grow
_ f published in October of chaperones. ers to maintain a close watch over
j 36 Inch Plush same year. Saloons did a brisk business. their watermelon crop Mullin reports -

-. The blizzard, a Navy scientist Even bedraggled sparrows hopped that Lander inspected a
:: Easter BunniesREGISTER in the Geographic, re- inside one and were treated to field free from the disease in Col-
from the cataclysmic meet- crumbs from the free lunch. lier County only to find it heavily
NOW! of two storms. One was a 200 Ships Lost infected three days later. SERVES SO MANY PURPOSES
arched line of cold winds Winds raged with hurricane "The weather has a great deal
; WORTH'S SURPRISE snow stretching from the force at sea. From ChesapeakeBay of effect on the spread of this
Lakes to the Gulf of Mexi- to Nantucket, 200 ships were disease," Mullin points out. ECONOMICALLY.
It swept eastward 600 miles a blown ashore, sunk, damaged, or "Damp, rainy weather encouragesthe .
The other carried warm rain abandoned the young National development of leaf spot \
winds north from Georgia Geographic Society reported. Nine while dry, hot or cold weather DEPENDABLY. SAFELY !
the Atlantic coast. New York pilot boats were lost reduces the spread and develop- .
The two weather juggernauts with all hands. ment of the bacteria."
head-on early on Mon- Forty to 50 Inches of snow fell Research is currently being
March 12, 1888. High pres-- in Connecticut and Western conducted by Mullin and Schenckto FOR MODERN FARMING USE
over Newfoundland kept the Massachusetts. A drift in a New isolate the bacteria causingthe
from surging out to sea. Haven street towered 53 feet. leaf spot in an effort to find
The blizzard seemed to concen- The blizzard abated on Tues- out more about the disease. "'."
its fury on New York City. day. Princeton students on snow- Florida's first watermelons will .;"r-\
shoes carried food to passengers be ready for market in another .
trapped nearby on train. New month. .:-
bird of "Baldy"
Though a prey York City operated irregularly .
Drawing Saturday, 5:00 scarcely more rapacious than a scheduled sleighs, and the mam-
It lives mainly on fish moth task of digging out began. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) HEATS YOUR HOME
has such good eyes that from Boats started limping into port
AD.Q; UA "'e: miles up it can spot a dead on Wednesday; some trains broke HEATS WATER

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ies amid a sea of slush. On
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Again the recreation potential' dismissed for the summer.
of Suwannee County is being discussed The Student Recreation Board J i i J
in many places throughout will meet this Friday afternoonat
the county. Several projectsare 4 in the Live Oak-Suwannee
underway to develop recre- County Recreation Center. Thisis ESTABLISHED LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 48
ational facilities in our county becoming an active group andis
and,In communities in the'coun- coming up with some very good
ty. Branford and Live Oak are ideas concerning programs for the Weather Major Spring Event I Choir Service Set At Advent ChurchA I

both,, carrying out plans for the young people,of Suwannee Coun-
development of these facilities. ty. It is hoped that this group OutlookThe Stephen Foster Memorial Plans special service will be pre- cleansing of the temple Gethee-
Last week In Branford. Dr. Lei- will continue in its present for- sented next Sunday at 7 pan. by mene Calvary and finally to the
lich of the University of Florida, ward direction and will continueto 30 Day Agricultural Wea- the choir of the Advent Christian Resurrection.The .
Annual Florida Folk FestivalThe
visited with a group from the develop and grow into a close ther Outlook for South Georgia, Church under the direction of the special music will inetade
Branford Area Men's Club to discuss knit organization. All young peo Rev. Pomeroy Carter.
Southeast Alabama and North- selections by the thirty voiee
eleventh annual Florida Folk Festival to be held
ple are urged to their :
the development of a recre- west Florida issued by the Advisory Worshipers will relive the eventsin choir a girl's ensemble, accompanied -
opinions and desires for recrea- May 3-4-5 at the Stephen Foster Memorial here will be
ational area south of the Bran-
Agricultural Meteorologist the life of our Lord during the by Miss Shirley For on the
ford Springs area. This new area tional facilities and programs to U. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural presented in'seven programs with more than 2,000 per- week of His passion as they are accordion, solos duets, and congregational -
will include facilities for camp- this group. Service Office, Tif- sons appearing on the stage in the three-day period. retold In Scripture and song. hymns.
ing picnicking boating, and many The Recreation Center will be ton, Ga., April 2, 1963 for the Plans for the colorful event were announced by Starting with the triumphant en- The climax of the service will
other activities on and about the open from 9-12 am. and 2-6 pjn. month of April: !Thelma A. Boltin special events lore Guild, and the Florida Fed- try into Jerusalem and the sIng- be the administration of the ordinance -
Suwannee, River. on Monday and Friday for the Temperatures during the next director a tthe Foster Memorial, eration of Music Clubs. Programsare ing of "The Palms", the readers of baptism by Pastor Nelson -
The plans for this project have Easter holidays. Pre-school play- 30 days are expected to average who said that all folk dancing, scheduled Friday and Satur- and musicians will lead the con- B. Melvin. Friends from the
time will not meet
been forwarded to the Florida on Monday. much above seasonal normals over singing, and many other featureswill day,May 3-4, at 10 aun., 1:30 and gregation in witnessing the community are cordially invited.
Game and Fresh Water Fish the Tn -State AgriculturalArea. be presented on a shady out- 7:30 pjn, with the concluding
Commission in' Tallahassee for Libraries Plan Daily mean temperatureswill door stage overlooking the his- program, built on a religious
approval. It is hoped that this County average between 70 and 75 toric Suwannee River. theme at 3 o'clock.Sunday. May 5.
approval will soon be forthcoming For National WeekThe degrees. Maximum temperaturesare The principal purpose of the -, You'll Find The Nicest, Newest

. and the project can begin. Suwannee County Regional expected to average in the 80s festival. Miss Boltin said, is "to Seniors To Sponsor
Program planning for the Live Library is preparing for National with afternoon temperatures keep nourishing the traditional Easter DressesAT
Oak-Suwannee County Recrea- Library Week from April 21-27 reaching 90 degrees or higher 5 or expressions which reflect life as Benefit Supper
tion Department's summer pro- County Chairman Mrs. Sara Rogers 6 times. Minimum temperaturesare our forefathers lived it in Florida, The Senior Class of Suwannee -
, gram is underway and includes announced this week. expected to average between in the United States, and in oth- High School will sponsor a
plans for an increase in pro- Suwannee County's libraries 55 and 60 degrees with minimum er countries from which our peo- benefit supper Friday, April
grams and facilities. All of last will join all of the libraries in the temperatures of 45 degrees or ple have come". 19, to raise funds for the senior WORTH'S SURPRISE STORE
year's programs will be includedas United States in commemorating lower expected to occur only 2 or Thousands of Floridians and
well as several new programs. National Library Week and con- 3 times. The probability of freez- Georgians, as well as tourists from trip.Dinner will be served in the
One of the most important new ducting a special open house on ing temperatures is less than one many states, descend on this high school cafeteria beginning JUNIORS
programs will be the activities April 23, she said. in ten. small community of White at 5:30 o'clock Friday after-
which are being planned for all Rainfall during the period is Springs the first week end in May noon. In addition, dinners will
high school people and which are Social expected to be moderate to light each year to participate in the be delivered to your home anywhere S : JR. PETITES
being formulated by the Student Security and will vary widely from placeto many events, or to watch the in the city limits at
Recreation Board. The full sum- Chief To Speak place' ranging from about one highly diversified series of pro- whatever time you would likeit. Sizes 5-15
mer program probably will not William M. Eanes, social security Inch to as much as four inches. grams. From a small beginning, .
go into effect until after school is administrator for this district Rain is expected to occur mostlyas the festival has grown over the This gormet's delight will :11fISSES.Sizes .
from Valdosta, Ga., will discuss scattered afternoon showers at years into one of Florida's major feature fried chicken, baked 3 '
social security in an addressto infrequent intervals. springtime entertainment events. Idaho potatoes lima beans', 10-20
BASEBALLIS the Antioch Community Im- Sunshine during the next 30 Costumed participants from sliced tomatoes and lettuce,
privement Club tonight (Thurs days is expected to average near- dozens of Florida cities towns, home made rolls, cake for dessert I Half-Sizes
BETTER OVER day) at 8 pjn. ly 75 per cent of normal with no and communities will present folk and your choice' of coffeeor $: t
The public is invited. expected cloudy periods. songs and dances, and relate fire- tea. 12&-24'h j k
CABLE TV Soil temperatures are expectedto side tales and primitive supersti- The price is one dollar for
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) continue rising sharply during tions, Miss Boltin said. On the,, adults and 50 cents for children.
the next two weeks and will reach various programs will be Seminole i Call 362-1501 or 362-1439 for $5.99-$6.99-$8.99-$10.99
average 70 to 75 degrees in South- Indians, whip-crackers, shape- reservations. Mrs. Otto Wett-
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING east Alabama and South Georgiaand note singers, old time fiddlers, stein is general chairman of the
75 to 80 degrees over North- water witchers, dulcimer and harmonica benefit. 183 LADIES FOUND THEIR EASTER DRESSES
ENGINEERSFOR east Florida at the three inch lev- players, straw-beaters, WORTH'S LAST WEEK -
LP OR NATURAL GAS el under bare soil by mid April. and scores of other entertainers, A $1 billion budget for the next
We have competent engineers to give you,estimates and draw performing singly and in groups. two years, up 34.4 per cent, was FIND YOURS WORTH'S NOW MORE THAN
Iblueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs BRANFORD PERSONALSMrs. The festival is sponsored by the handed the Cabinet Budget Com-
. for LP and Natural Gas. Fred Aderholt spent Wed- Stephen Foster Memorial Com- mission by the various state agen- 800 TO CHOOSE FROM.
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system- whichever the nesday and Thursday of last weekin mission, the Stephen Foster Folk- cies recently.
customer prefers. the Eas-
Jacksonville attending
tern Star Grand Chapter
Mrs. Ethel Mickler and Mrs.
W. C. COPELAND, JR. Mildred Jones visited the Live .
Oak Eastern Star Chapter Mon- TOTALPERFORMANCEI.di
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(9fg ;f W Luncheon O lan's, Club Meeting Has Miss JoAnne Koroulis I '. Here And There I

The Woman's Club of live Oak Winton Hall left Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch Sr.
held their regular monthly meeting plane for his home in San Rafael, attended the musical, "My Fair
and covered dish luncheon Calif., after a week's visit with i Lady", in Jacksonville Monday
WOMEN Friday at noon. his sister, Mrs. Henry Skinner, night.
I The Club House was decorated and other relatives here and in Those attending the Masters

in an Easter motif. j : Lake City. Golf Tournament in Augusta Ga..

CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor The meeting presided over byj I Mrs. W. J. Nipper and Miss last week end were Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Brody Harris, president, was Caroline Hart left Sunday to Louie Tedder, Sam Farm Bully
opened with the salute to the flag f' spend several weeks in Palatka Helvenston, Dr. Hugo Sotolongo.
Jasper Bride-Elect Feted With Coffeesilver and singing "America". I with Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Nipper Wallace Townsend, and Nickj
Thursday, March twenty eighth,I coffee service. Mrs. B. W. Helvenston Jr. gave| and family. Tsacrios.
the home of Mrs. Ralph Cox on The living room and den held the devotional. I .r Sgt. Kinton Hall and family Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Ward and
Pearl Avenue was the setting fora arrangements of dogwood and Donald Nelson, district director* returned to Tindall Air Force Base daughter Patty Ann, of Jackson-
coffee honoring Miss Patsy azaleas. of the State Welfare Board, was I in Panama City after attendinghis ville were guests of Mr. and Mrs
Cannady of Jasper and bride- The hostesses presented the the guest speaker. father's funeral and visitinghis Frank Futch Sr. at their cottagE..
elect of April twenty eighth. Mrs. guest of honor with silver in her During the business meeting sister, Mrs. Henry Skinner, "River Oaks", on the Suwannee

Harvey Perry was co-hostess. chosen pattern. Mrs. B. F. Leigh was elected as a fr .. and other relatives here and in River last week end..
Greeting guests at the door delegate to accompany Mrs. Harris is tr. Lake City. i J
Invited to be with the hostess
were Mrs. Cox, Miss Cannady, to the convention in Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cundiff Sr.
and honoree were Mrs. John Can (Office Supplies at McCrimon'sBASEBALL
Mrs. John Cannady, mother of nady, mother of the honoree, Mrs.: Beach. : had as their guests recently, their
the honoree, and Mrs.T*. M. CrewsJr. The door prize was won by Mrs. r
L. M. Crews Jr., groomelect'smother daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joe Cun-
., mother of the groomelect.The Mrs. L. M. Crews Sr., Elizabeth Hughes. )1 dif Jr.. and Miss Pat Curry students -
refreshment table was overlaid paternal grandmother of the Hostesses were Mrs. Harley I 'k at FSU in Tallahassee, for
with a pink linen cloth and Langston, chairman Mrs. Harold n'.
groom-elect, Mrs. C. W. Sistrunkof the week end and their daughter.Mrs. .
held an arrangement of azaleas Lake City, maternal grand- Wolfe, Mrs. Bessie Bardin Hunter Charles Allen Jr. and children IS BETTER OVER
and ivy against a pink ruffled Mrs. R. L. Brinkman Mrs. Elmer .
mother of the groom-elect, Miss Charles m and Scotty, of CABLE
heart of tulle. Compotes of nuts Browning, Mrs. T. J. Ken- TV
Diane Crews, sister of Mr. Crews, Largo have returned home aftera
and trays of sandwiches and cake Mrs. Madison Moye, Mrs. Vincent non Mrs. Henry Folsom, Mrs. week's visit with her parents.
were placed on the table. Mrs. Joe Hill Smith, Mrs. Mary Miller -
Jones, Mrs. G. B. Lord, Mrs.
Dave McNeill presided over the O'Donald and Mrs. L. E. Culpepper. .
George Goff, Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs. Jack White, Mrs. rL For All Your NeedsWITH .
Sam Koff, Mrs. C. T. Baisden, '
SAVE Mrs. Leon McDonald Sr., Mrs. H. 'I Live Oak MYF Attends

B. Wooley Mrs. John Castleberry Sub-District MeetingThe
Mrs. M. L. Nobles, Mrs. P. C.
3 MYF of the First Metho-
Crapps Jr., Mrs. Wiley Bird, Mrs dist Church enjoyed a hay ride LP GAS TANKS -APPLIANCES
Paul Langford Jr., Mrs. Marvin to I
Boyd Monday night to attend
WAYSON Phillips, Mrs. H. F. Preston, Mrs. an MYF sub-district meeting. Mr. and Mrs. George N. Koroulis of Rawlins, Wyoming, an-
Daniel Hicks, Mrs. Frank Had- Election of officers was held and nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter SEEARTHUR

ON don, Mrs. Bobby Nelson Mrs. those elected to office from Live JoAnn, to Cadet John II. Norris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R.

Automobile Clark McCulloch. Mrs. Dave Mc- Oak were Jay Rowland, vice Norris of Branford, Florida. CROWEAT
Insurance Neill, Mrs. Charles Locke Mrs. president and Bobbie Brabham, The couple plans to be married June tenth at eleven o'clock in
Perry Holmes, Mrs. George Dale,
secretary. the morning at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rawlins.
1. New Low Rates. Mrs. M. Smithson Weldon, Mrs. Refreshments of sandwiches; Miss Koroulis is a graduate of Rawlins High School and will
2. Safe Driver Savings. Claude Crapps m, Mrs. Alex Mc- soft drinks, crackers, and indi-
from Loretta Heights College, Denver, in May with a
Keithen, Mrs. Jason Kennon Mrs. graduate
3. Local Agent Service. vidual Easter
baskets servedto
SEE... W. C. Airth Mrs. Clarence Rat- each member. were bachelor of arts degree in History. She was recently elected to Who's''Vho GREEN'S FUEL
Universities. and in college has been
in American Colleges
liff, Mrs. Wesley Mizell, Mrs. B. Attending were Bernie Weaver
Arlie K. active in Sodality of Our Lady International Relations Club, Col- '
Townsend A. Swing Jr., Mrs. Ernest Chan- Terry Broughton J. P. Alford, .* IN LIVE OAKWe
lege Chorus and the Student National Education Association.
George Dale, Danny Har-
InsuranceWilbur die and Mrs. Graham Black of Bruce
leston Pournelle, Marjorie Dees, Cadet Norris is a graduate of Branford High School and served
St. Phone FO 2-11M Jasper, and Mrs. D. H. McEachinof
Carolyn Nott, Janet Broughton, two years in the U. S. Army. He is presently in his final year at
Lake City.You'll Susan Pittman, Judy Dunn, My- the U. S. Air Force Academy. at Colorado Springs, Colorado, wherehe Can Serve You Better More Economically

ron Holmes, Kay Murrah, Bob- will receive a commission as second lieutenant in the Air Forcein

bie Brabham, Jay Rowland, Bob June and a bachelor of science degree.: He is a member of the
Find Special Values InMen's Dale Hank McKeithen, Danny Cadet Professional Ethics Committee, has been on the Comman-
Brabham, Jeff Rowland, James
dant's list each semester for outstanding work in military duty and
& Kent, Don Allen, and the counselors -
Furnishings Clothing was squadron commander the first semester of this year. He held GAS APPLIANCES +h
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pitt
the rank of Lieutenant Colonel which is the second highest rank a
cadet may attain.WH&FM cutr rUTI

Local FHA Members I Society Holds General Meeting

Shirts Attend ConventionMiss The WH&FM Society of the Mrs. Stewart Nobles, secretary;

Marilyn Sapp and Miss Advent Christian Church held and Mrs. Loy Poole, treasurer.
$1.99-$2.59 Linda Hingson, members of the their first general meeting of the Chairmen of the various com-
Future Homemakers of Americaat new year when they met Sunday mittees are Mrs. George Croft, I
a $2.99 Suwannee High School, attended night at eight o'clock at the Program: Mrs. Cecil Newson,
Your Choice the FHA State Convention in church. Prayer Band; Mrs. Henry Vann, .
;. Long Sleeves Jacksonville March 28-31 as' dele The meeting was opened with Social: Mrs. Cecil Tedder Kitchen -
,. Short Sleeves gates. prayer by Mrs. Ella Auten and and Cards; Mrs. Harry Nobles, LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Mrs. W. H. Williams and Mrs. was presided over by Mrs. John Membership; Mrs. Bixler Clay- Phone 362-3111
Oxfords Broadcloths Lee Pryor members of the State Schneider president.Miss ton, Publicity; Mrs. Pomeroy Adults 50c Children 20c
Advisory Board, also attended the Norma Jean Moore gave Carter, Home and Orphanage; Tax Included
yf t' Batistes White or Pastel meeting. the devotional. Mrs. Nelson Melvin Foreign Mis- BOX OFFICE OPENS
RU Reports were given by the circle sions; and Mrs. Otho Scott, Home Monday Through Friday. 3:15
if Saturday. 12:45
,: Birth AnnouncementMr. chairmen and plans for the Missions. Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
f new year were discussed.It Circles to meet Monday are the
a'x 3-DAY and Mrs. Henry Mattox was announced that eight Mary Brown Circle with Mrs.
<4,';t SPECIAL! Warner Jr., of Live Oak announce members of the Mission Society Bixler Clayton at 7:30 pm.; the THURSDAY-FRIDAY, APRIL 11-12

:' '< the birth of a daughter Tuesday attended the District Rally at Myrtle Carter Circle with Mrs.

April 2, in the Suwannee County Beachville last Thursday.New Dave Clemmons at 3:30: pm.; and ANTHONY PERKINS SOPHIA LORENIn
Hospital.She officers of the society are the Elsie Kirby Circle with Mrs.
Ban1onSox3f// has been named Melanie Mrs. John Schneider, president; Pomeroy Carter at Dowling Park

Joy Warner. Mrs: George Croft, vice president; at 7 pjn.
', The maternal grandparents are
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I &fideoEteI J,.. Miss O'Steen EngagedTo Miss Martha Jean Allenfl I Union Church Will Have Easter, Services .

Lawaine Thomas The Union Baptist Church will of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Foye W. O'Steenof have an Easter worship service in .
Mayo announce the engage- Scripture and song with instru-
\ ment of their daughter. Phyllis mental music at 3:30 pjn. Eas- Birth AnnouncementMr.
OMEN Virginia to Lawaine Thomas son ter Sunday afternoon followed by and Mrs. Gerald White oC
I of the Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Thom baptismal services. Live Oak announce the birth pi
as of Live Oak. Everyone is invited to attend a son Monday. Apr. 1. in the &1-
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor The bride-elect graduated in these services under the directionof wannee County Hospital.
1961 from Lafayette High School Mrs. Sim Howell. He has been named Wh del!
and attended North Florida Jun- The Rev. Sim Howell is pastor Terry White.

WSCS Circle One Met Birth AnnouncementMr. ior College in Madison.

and Mrs. Don E. Nipper of The prospective groom gradu- .....
With Mrs. DempseyCircle Palatka announce the birth of ated in 1961 from Titusville High
One of the WSCS of the twin daughters Saturday Apr. 6, School in Titusville and attendedLee
First Methodist Church met Mon- in a Palatka hospital. College in Cleveland. Tenn. why suffer from '
day at 10 ajn.in the home of Mrs. They have been named Cindy Wedding plans will be announced ',. u
Clyde Dempsey with eleven mem- Sue and Sandy Lou Nipper. later.
bers and one visitor present. The maternal grandmother is II HOT WEATHERBad
Mrs. S. T. Bozeman .gave the Mrs. Ted Lee Green of Palatka : .. '.'
Mrs. sffv y s 'yn
devotional.The I formerly of Live Oak and the pa- Jacobs HostessTo
by ternal grandmother is Mrs. W. J. y.. COQ 1y
program was presented Goodwill dub Humor ?
Mrs., Dempsey and Mrs. L. M. Nipper of Live Oak.
The Goodwill Club met Tues- .
Crews Sr. closed the meeting with -Tit N.4) a
day afternoon in the home of
prayer. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) ,_ .
Mrs. A.L.Jacobs with eight mem- \
bers present. Get New LOW COSTAMErnCANtandarti

Mrs. The Bible lesson was read in j
Sidney Ray Tompkins ,
unison and
games were played : -
r with prizes being won by Mrs. W.
W. Hunter.

Refreshments were served by Whole House Heating and CoolingFor
the hostess after which Mrs. Phil
.. I
Yv r. k. .m
Brim dismissed the meeting with

prayer. free ttffmcf eodf
The club will meet again Tues- ,
day, April 16, with Mrs. Brim as
'" yr
6 s cv
-.. hostess. ctb 5' FRIER MUSIC CO.

Flower Show CancelledMrs. Mr. and Airs. Sidney Allen Jr., announce the engagement and PHONE 362-2188
Niels Brorsen, flower show approaching marriage of their daughter, Martha Jean to Philip
:f ,. H.4x chairman for the Live Oak Gar- Odom, son of Mr. and Airs. John David Odom Jr. of Starke.
,. $ ;. den Club Inc., announced this The wedding l be an event of Sunday, June thirtieth, at four
week that the flower show origi- o'clock in the First Baptist Church.A .
nally slated for April 18 had been reception will be held in the Educational Building immediately
cancelled due to I I.'t I.
.R.i'r'i 4xG. flowers. the scarcity of following the ceremony.All .

reception.friends and relatives are invited to attend both the weddingand

4 4
v f? Birth AnnouncementMr.

and Mrs. James F. Gillis of MYF To Sponsor Card Of ThanksWith
Jacksonville the birthof .
announce grateful hearts -
Easter Breakfast we expressour
a daughter Monday Mar. 25 in thanks for food, flowers, -
The MYF of the First Metho-
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack-
cards visits, and prayers extended -
sonville. dist Church is having an Easter
2v < to us during the loss of our
w She has been named Patti breakfast following the Sunrise husband and father Mr. B. E.
Renee Gillis. Services. Bellamy. May God add his rich-
; vN'5fr Breakfast will be served in the
Mrs. Gillis is the former Miss est blessings to each of your lives.
Patsy Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Fellowship Hall of the church Mrs. DeLathea BellamyMr. 1 R/
,, Arnett Hillhouse of McAlpin. from 7 a.m. to 8:30 ajn. and Mrs.W.W.O'Steen ; ?
fir Tickets are 75 cents for adults '* 2t t1'C
; and familyMr.
and 50 cents for children.
nnfR .
Birth AnnouncementSgt. and Mrs. E. L. Boyetteand
Proceeds from this breakfastwill
Y.l and Mrs. Donald M. Mc- family
be used toward a scholarshipto .
Cullers of Greenville, S. C. an- send a Filipino student to
nounce the birth of a son Friday, school for one year. Birth AnnouncementMr.
f Apr. 5, in a hospital there. f
and Mrs. J. A. Tanner of
He has been named Jefferson
Air. and Airs. Dewey North of Live Oak announce the marriageof Delton Meddlers. Mrs. Johnson To Head Alachua announce the birth of a
their daughter, Judith Ann, to Sidney Bay Tompkins, son of son Friday, Mar. 29, in the Su
Mrs. McCullers is the daughter I'
New ClubThe
Air. and Airs. Irvin Tompkins, of Route Four, Live Oak. of Mr. and Mrs.Delton Wilson. Harmony wannee County Hospital.He { t 'St Y ,4 Vwr
Air. and Airs. Tompkins attended Suwannee High School and The paternal grandparents are New Harmony Home Dem- has been named Joseph
onstration Club met March 27 at Michael Tanner.
are now residing on Route Four. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. McCullers.
the Community Center with seven i

members present and .reorga- .
nized.Mrs. Lynn Johnson was elected PARKER'SDRIVE -

president of the club. Mrs. Lewis
SUIANNEE Chauncey was elected vice presi- IN
dent; Mrs. Howard Taylor, secre- JASPER HIGHWAY
COUNTY tary-treasurer; Mrs. Billy Bar- Phone 362-1832
rington council delegate; and 1' t
Mrs. R. F. Moore publicity chair- FRIED CHICKEN II
II .
The next meeting was set for Chicken Box 69c II : z .300i -
April 24.Birth. Served with French Fries, II i Sentimental as a love teHer-thfs d e(f cafe drdst
Salad and Hot Rolls II .:
WELCOMESHON. Announcement Xtra Large 99c I II I : With AFencon lace appttquS

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Watersof CATFISH, SHRIMP I cbove and below the fender

Live Oak announce the birthof DINNERSWith ( lines' of tucked Dacron poly- fI t/
a son Monday, Mar. 18, in the All The Trimmings t _
Suwannee County Hospital.He $1.50 iester and cotton batitte/
FARRIS C. BRYANT Governor has been named Wendell.
Eugene Waters. 9 Fresh Custard Ice Cream
Mrs. Waters is the former Miss Milk Shakes and Sundaesof $49.95
MEMBERS of the'FORIDA LEGISLATUREand Barbara Jean Harrell. All Flavors.
a Root Beer 40 Per Gallon "

Eastern Star To MeetThe We Furnish Jugs f


Chapter will hold its regular N?...... nail.arwTr.t.....
meeting Tuesday at 8 pjn. in the WE CATER TO
GUESTS \<" Masonic Temple. All members are TAKE OUT ORDERS
urged to be present.


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I Beachville LIVESTOCK I County 4-H Clubs Elect Delegates For May. Rally. listed proximity reHgtoos to certain institutions eeteb

WHEREAS aeeerdteg to (he
PINE VIEW .. pnstration in her foods project
Dr. R. L. Peterson of Dowling appointment at the Deep Creek REPORTBY met best judgment of the Board of
Pine View 5th 4-H Club The 4-H Rally representativefrom
here Sunday Advent Christian Church Sunday. County Commissioners aforesaid
Park was guest speaker -
with 33 girls attending. Cindy the Branford School will be
had two good services and Mrs. O. D. Beach visited in FLORIDA STATE ResolutionA a determination is hereby made
Sheppard led the devotional; Jen- Carolyn Scarborough.Miss
Gainesville Monday afternoon.Mr. MARKETING BUREAU that the creation
visitors. institutionof
was glad to have some or
ny Ross and Debra Nelson led the Bernice Shuler directed
Mrs. Peterson came too and they and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland pledges. recreation. such practices and procedures

were dinner guests of Mr. and son. Wayne and Mrs. Bonnie Cattle and calf sales at"the Su The club will be represented by RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING would and does constitute a detrimental

Mrs. O. D. Beach. Edwards, all of Gainesville were wannee Valley Livestock Market Sandra Abercrombie at the 4-H McALFIN A ZONING PLAN WITHIN influence to the health

The District Rally of the W. H. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wednesday April 3, Increased to Rally on May 11. The McAlpin School 4-H Club THE TERRITORIAL LIMITA- well being and general welfare of

and P. M. was held here last Beach, last week end. 157 compared with 109 sold at the Gail Palmer led the group in a met with nine members and one TIONS OF SUWANNEE COUNTY the citizens and residents of Su

Thursday. There were delegates previous sale.George game. visitor present. FLORIDA wannee County, Florida and else
from locals in Dowling Park Live C. Avery of the Florida Gaston led WHEREAS the Board of Coun- where.
Melody the devo-
Oak Lake City, Gainesville, Pine Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions State Marketing Bureau reportedthat WELLBORN tional; pledges were led by Mar- ty Commissioners in and for Su- NOW THEREFORE, be It resolved -

Rose, and Beachville. We were trading: was very active with members of the tha Connell and Nannette Greene. wannee County, Florida is now by the Board of County
glad to have a number of visitors. demand good for slaughter classes The Dress Revue and 4-H and has always been vitally con- Commissioners in and for the
Wellborn 4-H Club met Thursday Rally
and excellent for feeder-stockers State of Florida, County of Su-
Mrs. Schoolcraft president, and discussed. cerned with the health; well being
afternoon. Brenda Hunt led the were
Mrs. Mable Gillette. Home Mis- particularly for lightweight, thin and general welfare of all the citi- wannee that henceforth and here
Here is list of subscrip- Nannette
a new devotional; Martha Stansel led Greene was selectedto
cattle. This resulted in wide price after no license shall issue to
sions chairman, both of Jackson- tions and subscriptions renewedto the pledges. represent the McAlpin School zens residing in said County and any
overlapses on calves, he added. vendor or beverage containing al
ville and also elsewhere andWHEREAS
present we
were ;
the Suwannee Democrat from 4-H Club at the 4-H
Marleen Burnham was selectedas Rally on
had number of'ministers Avery said slaughter cows were the County Com- cohol of more than 3.2 per cent
a pres-
March 29 to April 5. May 11.
strong to one dollar higher while 4-H Rally representative. by weight for consumption on the
ent. Mrs. O. D. Bailey of Dowling NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS a s missioners aforesaid have always
Lenora Fisher led the
other classes were few. Feeder- recrea- premises where the same is sold
Park brought the morning devo- George C. Avery Marianna tion. attempted to serve the interest
tion and a picnic direr was held A/3c Dess Fennell Jr., Washington stocker steers were strong to fully PROOF ENOUGH thus expressed by the formula- within a 2& mile radius north,
two dollars higher with calves London Thomas Watson south, and west of the point whereU.
at noon. After the afternoon business D.-C. tion and execution of those policies -
strong to $4.50 higher. Heifers CLAYLAND trailed his wife to S. 90 intersects with Suwan-
meeting Rev. Nelson Melvinof Robert E. Cannon New York, a gentleman'sapartment and principals best calculated -
Live Oak, brought the devo- N. Y.SUBSCRIPTIONS. were few cows weak."Feederstockers Twenty-three members of the then returned to his to provide the most expeditiousmeans nee and Columbia County line
tional. We really enjoyed the day. RENEWED made up 72 Clayland School 4-H Club met truck to get his camera and lad- reasonably available to Dated this the 2nd day of April,
per cent of the run while calves Thursday. The devotional was 1963.
Farmers here have been busy Harry W. But, MiamiJ. der.Watson serve that interest; and
planting and setting tobacco and D. Odom Jr., StarkeI. were 41 per cent of the total," given by Sharon Whatley; pledges placed the ladder WHEREAS, it has been madeto Laure B. Beberson. Chairman
Avery were led by Denise Moseley and against the building and mounted to the Board Board of Couaty Commissioners
appear of County
potatoes. The shower we had Sat- D. Terry, Lake City said.Slaughter
Cattle Martha Whatley. to the window where he tooka Suwannee County, Florida
Commissioners aforesaid that
urday night was a big help. O. P. Daughtry Jr., Lake City
Mrs. James Rutherford and son Henry E. Skinner, Virginia Good slaughter steers in the Peggy Nell Carmichael club picture of his wife and the there is a vital and urgent neces- ATTEST: #
650-810 pound range brought president was selected to repre- gentleman friend. sity of eliminating or preventingthe Lavaughn A. See ona. ClerkBASEBALL
Johnnie, of Winter Haven are Beach, Va.
$22.50-$22.75 hundred sent the club at the 4-H Rally. The amateur made
per pounds; cameraman creation institution
guests of Mrs. Sanford Beach and Jack Reed Jr., Colby Kan. or cer-
one low-standard for the mistake of not the
calf taking
family this week. M. V. Carver, Ocala $19.75. tain indesirable practices and
Standard heifers traded from BRANFORDThe cap off the lens and came up witha procedures within the territorial .
Ernest Spooner of Jacksonville Mrs. G. D. Burnham, Vero
visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Beach $20-$21 While utilities brought Branford School 4-H Club blank photo. limitations of said County and
$17-$19. met with 43 members attending. The judge accepted Watson's State, to-wit: IS BETTER OVER
B. E. Spooner a few days last Dean Collins, Rt.. L. O.
week. T. A. Kirkpatrick Rt., L. O. One standard cow brought Pledges were led by Janet Howell version and granted him a di- The proposed sale of certain CABLE TV

Rev. Marvin Odom filled his Robert W. Cross, San Francisco $19.25, utility cows sold from and Sarah Nell Bass; the devo- vorce. Intoxicating or malt beverages
Calif. $16-$17.50 cutters averaged $13.- tional was given by Sherry Storey. u within an offensive area by its
50-$16.75, and Christine Leading off the cultural activi-
Jack Ratliff Rt.. L. O. canners brought Durden gave a dem- '
$12.50-$13.75. ties during the Florida Arts Festival -
PAYING W. R. Ratliff, Rt., L. O.
$1.50PER I
A few utility bulls brought sponsored by the Florida Development -
J. B. Hatch, Branford weighing under 60 pounds
BUSHEL FOR $17.75-$18. Commission will beFSU's
Carrie Kelly, Branford A few high-standard brought $12-$16.25. 60-90 poundsa Fine Arts Festival of April
Mrs. L. B. Clanton, Melbourne and good few lots
EAR CORNWILL calves sold from -brought $10-$13.80, 1-7. A REMINDER
Ashley Johnson, Rt.. L. O. high-utility calf $21.50-$22. One and 90-135 pounds brought $11- .
C. F. Anders, Rt., L. O. brought $19.50. $14.
HAUL IF 100 Feeder-Stockers (School Supplies at McCrimon's)
J. C. Peterson, BranfordMrs. --
BUSHELS OR MOREJ. G. W. Cook, L. O. Good feeder-stocker steers sold

A. MITCHELL Dess Fennell McAlpin from$21.75-$22.75$22-$25.50 mediums brought You'll Find The Finest InLadies'
and one common
L. H. Clayton, Rt., L. O. These InstitutionsWill
traded at $18. Banking
MILLING CO. James T. Bond Rt.. L. O. Medium heifers

Phone 792-2051 Jack Ross, Okeechobee brought sold$20.50-$21.25 from and commons I AccessoriesFor
Miss Priscilla Cox, TallahasseeJ. 16501925.

JASPER FLORIDA L. Dyal Rt., L. O. brought Common 13501650.and low-good A few cows inferiors Blaster AtVORTH'S Be Closed

Good sold and from choice$12-$12.50.calves weighing \ SURPRISE STOREKAYSER ......

DINE AND DANCE between 250-500 pounds FRIDAY
brought $2UO-$28.75. Commons
NIGHTLY and mediums sold from $20.75- n
a i
BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT $26.75. Common and medium Ti
calves weighing between 125-250 APRIL 12 1963
Admission: $2.00 Couple On Friday pounds 21752725. ,

Hog trading showed a moder-
In Observance of
LITTLE HICKORYFormerly ate increase this week with sales
totaling 725 compared with 516
sold at the
previous sale.

Madison Country Florida Kitchen barrows Mixed grades of 180-210 pound GLOVES GOOD FRIDAY

and gilts brought $13.54 HANDBAGS

210-240 pounds $13.35, 240-270 WHITE WHITE

pounds were absent, 160-180 $1 99 BEIGE BONE
HUFFMAN & GILMORE pounds $13, 140-160 pounds $12.- : POWDER $2.99 : TAPESTRY
25, 120-140 pounds $12, 100-120 PINK PATENT

pounds $11.50, and 80-100 pounds THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

smme $11.85. REPEAT OF A SELLOUT!
Most sows weighing between LIVE OAK FLORIDA
180-400 pounds brought $11.05- NEW SHIPMENT! ,

$11.55 400-600 pounds
servicebulletin 95010.
One boar brought $7. SEAMLESS STOCKINGS

Medium and good feederpigsDr. THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF

Joe B. Davis L. O. 2 Pair $1.00 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

Cadet Joseph R. Davis, USAF
Academy, Col.

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