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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 18 1963 VOL 78.. NO. 49



Record Docket Forestry Day Guests....Chat After Governor's WelcomeGov.

y Severe Drought Hits

Confronts MayorIn tt s : ;




City CourtMayor ,F Sa' y : xk. :94 : i Threatens Leaf CornCrops

J. Marvin Phillips, con- r d' 4r o

fronted by a record-breaking 22-

case docket in City Court Monday -., ,y

fined Joseph Marvin Ratliff May Need McNeill Honored At Forestry DayS
of Live Oak $40 for speeding a i --
reckless driving and fleeing ar- a; W'r Cattle S r <
Resetting r
rest.Dewitt g a ; y
Staats the arresting officer i
testified that Ratliff sped Ce Pastures Suffer

through the city in his 1958 Chev-

rolet and reached speeds in excess r h kY ar Suwannee County farmers -

of 100 miles per hour southof S are caught in the bite of vX
town of Highway 129. t : the worst drought to plague 3 }

Staats said he pursued Ratliff _( r agriculture in this area in J
until the defendant turned out 4. several years.
his headlights while traveling at County Agent Paul Crews said

a high rate of speed. Staats said that some crops particularly
that when he saw the headlightsgo S tobacco and com would haveto
-S be if rain is not forth-
and reset
out he turned around
headed back into the city. iI coming within the next 10 daysor : vs
two weeks. He added that corn
The officer made the arrest : S54
and tobacco planted in May is
when Ratliff returned about an
usually low quality and low yield.
hour later.
H Crews said that farmers who I ,
Staats said he questioned a
have irrigation are doing reason-
driver of another auto who said J
ably well with tobacco. Approxi-
that a vehicle answering to the mately 40 per cent of the tobaccoin
description of Ratliff's car nearly Farris Bryant talks with State ,
Senator Houston Roberts and Representative Leon McDon the county is irrigated.The
collided with him as it passed by ald. Others in the picture are U. S. Senator Spessard L. Holland, J. L. McMullen, A. Jack Phillips, growers who do not have S
him on the side of the road
wrong
irrigation however are having
Charles Johnson and Kelly Weaver. (Two of the men are unidentified.)
running without headlights. trouble getting a good stand of : 4 .

After hearing this testimony,, -- tobacco. The transplanted tobacco .-

Phillips remarked to Ratliff, No Cause Determined Band BoostersSet plants are suffering under '
"You know these policemen don't t the beating sun and dry soil. a sb.

have to stop you right then. If Fish FryOn Crews said the light fainfall on
they can swear it was you driving Head-On Crash Near City April 6 was the only percipitation
Friday April 26, fish
the car they can pick you up the a Suwannee County has had in five .
fry and concert will be
spon- b w.-
next day". weeks.
Kills Suwannee Man sored by the Band Booster As- The ,j
"I found that out, Ratliff re- County county agent emphasizedthat
sociation at the Coliseum.
torted. much of the county's tobacco -

"I'm going to promise you that Death claimed the life of Dewey D. North Friday Proceeds will go to send the would have to be reset in May
Suwannee
High School Band to
if the continues. He
I'll send your license to Tallahassee night east of Live Oak on U. S. 90 in a head-on collision the State Contest in May at drought this is doubly critical since explained -
if you appear in this court of two automobiles whose has not been determined.
cause Fort Walton Beach. Expenseswill tobacco plants are not usually aw"
one more time the Mayor charg- Florida Highway Patrol Trooper C. L. Tompkins include transportation by available in May.

ed.Other cases the court docket reported that all of the impact between the two vehicles I two Greyhound buses and,motel Plant Supply Short E. McNeill Jr., president of Manufacturers Hanover Trust

included William on Brown colored, occurred in the west bound lane Tompkins' said North who was for two nights. Crews said the supply of plantsis Company in New York and a native of Live Oak, stands beside
driving without license forfeited of the highway.The driving a 1957 Chevrolet station A ticket to the fish fry will growing short now. "Much of Ninth District Congressman Don Fuqua who presented McNeill

$25 bond and $6 costs; Olien Jack position of both of the wagon apparently attempted to admit you to the concert. Food our plants come from South Florida with the Key to the City of Live Oak and a certificate proclaim
.smashed vehicles appeared to indicate pass another car or was in the will be served from 5 until- 7:30 and when we run out here ,ing him a "Distinguished Citizen."
Alford, DWI case continued; that each of them stop- westbound lane for some other p.m. Adult tickets are $1. Children they are exhausted there." Crews
Ivey Weatherspoon, colored pub- reason. North was traveling east said. "I doubt if plants will be
ped upon impact as though they i ((12 years of age and under -
lic drunkenness forfeited $15 wall. when the accident occurred east available after May 1 since the
had crashed into a brick ) are 50 cents. Forestry Day Discussed :
bond and $4 costs; Bill Robinson North died shortly after the of Carl's Truck Stop on Highway All band members will have demand for plants, -has. been greater .. ._ _...
.
assault, forfeited $25 bond and tragic mishap. Both of the occupants 90. The other car, a 1958 Mercury tickets for sale. this year." : -.1; 4
$2'costs; Frank Aaron colored, of the other car two was headed in the direc- Crews said the calamity of severe MeMuIIen ,Cites World Nuclear
public drunkenness, forfeited $15 colored women sustained a tion of Live Oak. the trooper said. drought appears to be hav-

bond and $4 costs; Eddie Moore, broken left leg and multiple brui- Tompkins said there was no ing an even more critical affecton
colored public drunkenness for- ses and cuts.Seniors. evidence of excessive speed or any Dewey D. North, the county's 65,000 acres of Dilemma At Rotary Luncheont
feited $15 bond and $4 costs; other careless reason for the mis- corn. Farmers are having diffi-
Josephine Moore colored public culty in getting a good stand of
Funeral ServicesFuneral J. L. McMullen, owner of McMullen's\ Food Bank
hap.The ,
drunkenness forfeited $15 bond Sponsor corn because of the lack of mois-
driver of the Mercury was addressed the Rotary Club Monday and cited a recent
and
costs.
$4 Flossie May Baker. The other occupant services for Mr. DeweyD. ture.The
Eddie McKinney colored pub- Chicken SupperOn agent pointed out that newspaper release that dramatically illustrated the nu-
of the vehicle was Mary North 58, were conducted Sun-
lic drunkenness forfeited $15 19 the Sen- while almost half of the tobacco clear_dilemma facing t world_ today. .
Friday, April Lou Williams. Both of the women day at 4 pjn. in the First Baptist
bond and $4 costs; Thomas Allen ior Class of Suwannee High were admitted to Suwannee Church with Rev. Cornelius Davis crop is irrigated virtually none.' The release, captioned, "Plans to Deploy Dooms-

colored driving without license School will sponsor a chicken County Hospital for treatment. officiating. Burial followed in the of"Because the corn is of open the to irrigation. day Missiles", stated: "Without. ance paper coal steel and allied

forfeited $15 bond and $4 supper served at the high school Upon impact a large tractor City Cemetery. explained "grass and drought"Crews weeds fanfare and in fact with as much interests honored Sowannee

costs; Thomas Allen, colored. cafeteria or delivered to your tire and several cases of oil in Mr. North was killed in a two- that normally grow in the fieldsare secrecy as possible the defense County with their presence! test
driving without license forfeited home at time requested between North's wagon surged forward car automobile accident Friday stunted and dry. This makes department is preparing to deploy Thursday.
$25 and $4 costs; Kenneth Sals- hours of 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. into the front portion of the vehicle night one mile east of Live Oak the young corn a target for the at U. S. bases 54 intercon- Suwannee County did well, h*
burg speeding forfeited $15 Dinner will feature fried appearing to have attri- on U. S. 90. brunt of insect diets which usu tinental missiles of the 'Dooms- said in that our visitors left with

bond; Hugh Dixon Walker reckless I chicken baked potato lettuce buted to North's injuries. He was a member of the First ally forage on the weeds." day' kind. the expressions of appredatfea
driving forfeited $15 bond; and tomato salad lima beans. Tompkins estimated total dam- Baptist Church.Mr. He noted that corn too would "Many experts think civiliza- for the efforts put forth by local

Walter V. Carter colored, speeding homemade cake and rolls. ages to both vehicles at approxi- North is survived by his have to be reset if the drought tion would not survive if they people and those of this area to
forfeited $15 bond; Willie An adult ticket costs $1 whilea mately 1500. The two twisted wife Mrs. Grace North and one persisted. He added that corn were ever used against Russia make their visit pleasant.
Wilson colored druink and dis- child's plate ((12 and under) autos were total wrecks. daughter Mrs. Judy Tompkins, planted in May like tobacco is Either the American or the Pointing to other activities in
orderly, forfeited $25 bond; Eli- will be 50 cents. Proceeds of both of Live Oak; two brothers usually low yielding. Soviet weapon could level the the county the speaker said final

jah Jones colored speeding for- this supper will go to the Sen- Calvin North of Melrose and Pastures Suffer largest of cities and spew cloudsof inspection was being made for 54

feited $15 bond; Jack Vistor ior trip. Tickets are being sold William North of Live Oak; five Crews said that winter graz- lethal radio-activity over thou- units of a low rent housing pro
Smiley reckless driving forfeited door to door by teams of Seniors Airport Project sisters Mrs. Mary Noegle of Wellborn ing crops-oats, wheat and rye- sands of square miles..' ject just completed totaling to

.$15 bond; Nathan Hiram Saunders Mrs. Minnie Williams of are suffering.He McMullen pitched the theme of cost of approximately $700,030.00,
speeding, forfeited $15 bond; Call 362-1501 or 362-1439 for Awaits U.S. Funds Live Oak Mrs. Annie Davenport explained that pastures are his talk with suggestion that all and that the past five years a
(No. 1 Continued on Page 8)) reservations. of New Smyrna Beach Mrs. Bes- normally top dressed (fertilized) I men should keep their minds dream had become a reality 1ft
in Mach, but farmers have received growth of the Florida Sheriffs
with
sie Green of McAlpin and Mrs. : sharpened by whittling away
For ConstructionConstruction very little benefit from this top and chal- Boys Ranch located near Live
Edith Shaw of Miami. the everyday problems
The Senator Gets A Smcannee Ham Active pallbearers were Jimmy dressing because of the lack of lenges with a goal of "making Oak to a million dollar investment

on runways for Dees Charlie Huffman J. L. moisture. hay while the sun shines". and home for some 50 boys.
the Suwannee County airport will Rowe, Alton McCullers. W. J. The agent added that livestockin Forestry Day He cited the growth of the Ad-
the county is in fair condition.He .
get under way in the near future Prather and H. B. Wooley. The speaker discussed Seaboard vent Christian Home at Dowling
noted that a good rain would (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) .
the airport committee chairman Honorary pallbearers were La- Airline Railroad sponsored For-
help the cattle and hogs about as
: Dan Chandler reported Tuesday. vaughn Sessions Inman Avery, much as the crops.Publisher's estry Field Day held near Live
Chandler explained that the Dr. G. A. Lee W. M. Jernigan .. Oak April 11, saying it was acclaimed House NumberingJob
holdup on the project has been Houston Roberts H. A. Curl Kel- by one of the speakersas
the satisfactory completion of ly Weaver Leon McDonald S. E. Column the largest groups of industrial To ResumeThe

the master plan for the airport. Montgomery Reese Brown Hub- leaders ever to assemble. in Flor- Jaycees will begin putting -
s This master plan must meet rigid bard Gray Hugh Lewis, C. M. Will Not Appear ida.McMullen up house numbers Thursday -

.:af specifications before federal funds Boatright Elwood Howard C. L. -Thinking Out Loud" a said "It is history from the intersection of

? can be released for completionof Wheelus, F. N. Lee S. B. 'McCullers weekly column in this news- now but more than 1200 leaders Ohio Avenue and Howard Street
S.t the project.A C. A. Taylor Dutton Bon- paper, will not appear today. in industry and government from to the northern end of the elty'limits.
site for the airport west of nen. Johnnie Mott. and A. Ross. Democrat Publisher Louie C. all over the nation assembled seven :
Live Oak was purchased recentlyby James B. Daniels Funeral Home Wadsworth author of the column miles west of Live Oak on the The project met with seeh

the county for $35,000, its half was in charge of arrangements. became ill with influenzalast J. W. Blume farm to learn more success initially that the Jay-
F' \ of the federal-county agreement.The a week and was unable to about the present and future of cees ran out of the na bers. Anew
Y government will not releaseits write the column for this edi- the pine tree, and that national shipment has arrived, hew-

share of the funds until all tion. and international leaders in fin- ever, and the job will ee UsBe..
paperwork is in order. Speaker Urges

ara.. "rough Chandler draft"explained of the master that plan a Scouting ProgramLes And The Crowds Were On Hand To See The Show

had been submitted to the gov-
ernment and had returned mark- Easterling, Suwannee River
ed for certain alterations. He said district scout executive addres-
a the assistant district airport en- sed the Kiwanis Club WednesdayApril A

gineer told him that federal funds 10, and presented a film
could be released within the next strip on the definition and Pur-

10 days providing the corrected poses of scouting. ; t 4 4 A .
master plan is in order. Easterling explained that the S.
Boy Scout is furnishedto
Herbert Drew, the engineer program
sponsoring institutions. He ,
engaged to ry .rv -
draft plans for the f
emphasized that the sponsoringorganizatioh .
project is
working
.. currently on Is expected to provide
Y4a.. specifications for runways,
adult leadership a meeting
Chandler said.Chandler .
")dace and assurance of these two
said the county would terms for one year.
do the actual construction work The speaker urged the future
when federal funds are released. development of a well-rounded
He said the ,county Will be reim-
scouting in Suwannee
U. S. Senator Spessard L. Holland receives Suwannee Comity County
a bursed for its expense out of these whose current scouting program The majority of this croup are Snwannee High School Seniors who were excused from schoolto
ham from Congressman Don Fuqua ..
funds. is not adequate. watch the parade through town.




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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1963

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. I THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Let's.Go. Fishing FLORIDA'S WASHINGTON REPORTBy i


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA SENATOR SPESSARD HOLLAND

7re The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley"
Farm SENATE APPROVES MASS Alachua. Marion, Citrus. Hernan-
BANNER Consolidated LEADEREstablished
1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1886 TRANSPORTATION BILL do, Sumter. Pasco Lake.. Pinel-
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street When the Senate recently passed las, Hillsborough Polk Hardee.
T Front the $375 million mass transit bill DeSoto Manatee, Sarasota Charlotte -
Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher : and
{ by a 52. to 41 vote. I was among Gilchrist Highlands
Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor > 4 r iN those opposing the measure. Counties.

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor Among other reasons J voted l VFW MEETS At the Cong -

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Second Class Postage Paid At Lire OaX Florida ConnerI've >iht"ti iOuid U CT-rlt" ': {
,SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 in some areas would put the led- t The guest rf VFWs Department
BATES Outside Suwannee County $3.60 eral government in a competitive i of Florida and greatly enjoyed
J been following with considerable position with private enterprise i being with James M. Hiles, Dunedin -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ._ Payable In AdvanceRIf : .__ interest the reports in would unreasonably expensive I State Commander; Senior

various farm and trade journals and would permit disbursementof I Vice Commander Thomas B.
MEMBER OFt i, concerning radical new develop- : Glaze Sarasota
in funds on the basis of political ; M. D. "Doc"
t ments and methods in livestock Wade Sr., Ocala State
fxAWHfINIY expediency.The Adjutant:
: Florida Press Association
production.The to the A. w. Krueger St.
1'i bill must now go Petersburg
W SUWANNEE COUNTY MR latest to come to my attention House where I am hopeful that it State Service Officer and others.It .
t Ott $ is a "pork factory" des- may be either drastically amended was also a pleasure to meet
Chamber of Commerce cribed in a full page ad in the or killed. Miss Susan Gait of Cocoa High

: : i April issue of the National Hog The Wilderness Bill was passedby School state winner of the annual -
Farmer. If this sort of a hog pro- Voice of
the Senate 72-12 last Tuesday.I Democracy contest
duction facility should take hold voted for this measure which which is sponsored by the VFW
SJltMlJI1 C'S Future Is Quality Livestock in a big way throughout the hog carries out objectives ardently and the state's radio-television

--- and corn belt. I can visualize supported by virtually all conser- broadcasters.
9 s.A .
A recent economic study conducted by the Universityof :;.. swine production developing vation and wildlife organizations.On Mary and I are happy to an-
Florida indicates income in tho somewhat along the lines of the nounce the arrival
average per capita Thursday, the Senate approved of our thir-
state, although rapidly rising during the 1950's, has hit a present "broiler factory" which by voice vote the authori- teenth grandchild, a lovely little
plateau. r has revolutionized the poultry ration, of nearly $15 billion for girl born last week to our older
business in recent years. military procurement for Fiscal daughter Mary Groover and her
According to economist Dr. Madelyn L. Kafoglis, per It Happened In Like other modern equipmentthat 1964. Although excused from the husband, Jeff Lewis of Tallahas-
income by $679 from 1950 to 1960, has enabled American!
capita figures rose our Senate at the time of the vote. I
while per capita income in 1961 was $1,990, only five farmers to greatly increase production am recorded In support of the key see.Mary is with her and I am gladto

dollars above the 1960 mark. The report attributes the Suwannee County the "pork factory" is gO- amendment to the bill; this was report that mother, daughter.and .
small increase to Florida's continued population accompanied ing to increase the investment offered by Senator Russell and grandmother are all doing
by small gains or actual declines in some sectorsof required to raise hogs by this its passage reduced from $746.7mUllon well.RETURN
method. if the results
the state's economy. However to $550.7 million the am- TO FLORIDA _This
Justify the necessary capital outlay ount budgeted for the Army mis- past Wednesday morning I was in
Income from trade dropped by $35 million. Trade 1923 1938 1953 I expect to see progressivehog sile program. Tallahassee where at the invita-

and service proprietors felt a $50 million decline in their raisers going into this typeof WATER STUDY IN PRO- tion of the State Legislature I

income. And the construction industry declined by $123 operation on a large scale. GRESS The Department of jointly addressed appropriate

million in 1961. Partially offsetting these declines were From The Files Of The Agriculture has advised me of the committees representing both

manufacturing with an $88 million rise and agriculturewith ...,,,,,,, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT "Pork Factory" buildings are immediate .start of the necessary Houses in support of ratificationof
an. $80 increase. offered in two sizes one 62 feet field work in the survey and investigation my anti-poll tax amendment
long with space for 288 finished of our West Coast to the federal Constitution.
With agriculture being one of the bright spots in Years hogs, and one 92 feet long for 432 Tributaries. I was cordially received and
Forty Ago 1923At
Florida's economy, it would appear that Suwannee County, - finished hogs. The pens have slot- The information from this important shortly after the hearing both

which is primarily an agricultural county, would enjoy a small but enthusiastic Ktite and Hackney Grocery Com- ted floors the latest thing by the study will be utilized by committees favorably reported the
considerable growth and prosperity. But the statistics meeting of the Parent-Teachers pany. way in sanitary engineering for the USDA and appropriate state resolution to their respective

indicate that this county is spinning its economic wheels, Association held last Friday it more efficient livestock quarters. agencies as basic data in the bodies. To date 30 states have
both in total income and per capita income.In was brought forcibly to the mindsof Six bright-faced and happy Su The building has controlled tem- planning of programs for the use ratified the amendment and I am
those present that we are near- : wannee County Club girls left perature and ventilation auto- development and management of very hopeful that the required 38
1959, Suwannee County's total ncome was $18.8 ing the close of the school term I Monday at noon for Tallahasseeto matic feeding and watering with land water and related resourcesof will do so this year or by early
million. It slipped to $18.2 million in 1960, and increasedto and there is a great deal of work attend the short course at the manure disposal through the slot- the rivers. 1964.

$18.4 million in 1961. Per capita income in 1959 was yet to be done to round out the Woman's College this being a reward ted floors. The comprehensive federal- On Thursday I joined membersof

$1,247, dropped to $1,215 in 1960, and climbed slightly program planned the first of the of merit offered by the late The use of slotted floors for state program will include con- the Legislature and a group of
to $1,238 in 1961. These figures indicate that Suwannee's school term so ways and meansof Miss Alice Dorsett for work done beef animals was being researchedlast sideration of flood prevention and prominent businessmen from all

economy stood still in a period when the majority of the earning money were discussed. last year. year at the San Juan Basin control drainage irrigation navigation parts of the country in witnessinga
in Florida moving ahead. Winners are Verna Brinson experiment station of Colorado water supply and quality most impressive forestry dem-
other counties were The Woman's Club of Live Oak daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. State University and for lambsat control fish and wildlife recre- onstration staged at Live Oak by
The University's economic report also compiled figures endorses the closing of business Brinson of Rixford; Dorris Lanier Virginia Polytechnic Institute ational facilities and the use and the Seaboard AIr Line Railroad.

on where each county in Florida derives its income.In places on Thursday afternoons so daughter of Mr. and Mrs. which has been getting two cropsof conservation of land. The survey Following this I went to my

Suwannee County, 18.4 per cent of the total personal that everyone can have a half Jack Lanier of Burlington; Virgie lambs a year. Both experi- scheduled for completion in 1 home in Bartow to be with Mary

income comes from government wages paid to civilian em holiday once a week. Cason daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. ments appeared to be very suc- July 1965 encompasses approxi- I and other members of our familyfor

ployees 16 cent from retail and wholesale trades, 10 We the undersigned agree to .R. Cason of Wellborn; Lucille cessful. mately six million acres in Levy. the Easter Holidays.
per
close our places of business on Brown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Interest in slotted floors has
and 7.8
service trades and professions, per
from
per cent Thursdays at 1 o'clock beginning : become great in the corn belt
utilities. E. R. Brown of Rocky Sink; Lillian so
cent from transportation, communications, and Thursday. May 3, and continuinguntil Revels daughter of Mr. and that materials and equipment
Agriculture, which accounts for 33.5 per cent of the income Sept. 1: P. R. Privett the Mrs. J. O. Revels of Pine Mount; suppliers are offering both wood
is the largest single factor in our economy, but it Stephens Company P. H. Hall and Willie Stephens daughter of and metal shapes for their con-
falls way short of what it could be, and should be. Mrs. B. M. Green Mrs. W. A. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Stephens of struction.At .
Hughes Fleet Bros., A. H. Perry the University Illinois
Wellborn. of a
It to that herein lies the 'crux of our eco- Sal I
seems us has A. C. McCullers Ben Aarons B.F. This is Miss Brinson's third year 113-day study showed a big labor Lto&1
This county
in Suwannee County.
nomic problems Winderweedle Gibbs Dry Goods to win the award. Misses Lanier saving where slotted floors are ,
the natural capacity and potential for massive agricul- Company S. J. White L.OP.&G. and Revels are going back for the used in a swine building. The slot- :

tural prosperity, particularly in livestock development.But Ry., W. Hargarett Henry Furni- second time. ted floor required only IV min- I

our agriculture is moving forward at a snail's pace. ture Company Jack Green, M. utes a day for cleaning comparedwith Investment From Congressmen WelcomeIs
times in 17 minutes a day for clean-
Wo convinced as we have stated many
are economic future is in Twenty-Five Years Ago -- --- 1938 ing a hard-surface floor.However there anything suspicious or Congressman Sikes could have invested
the nast. that Suwannee County's -
end of the test condemnatory in the fact that far from his home
Claude at the 113-day own
United States Senator last
iiVest We have abundant pas- Banquet held night in the
'ckquality livestock. audiencesin one full 8-hour day was devotedto an elected public official has invested territory near Crestview. He choseto
to Hotel
Pepper spoke large Lipsey Building.
tures, an overwhelming capacity for growing feed grains, this county on two occasions Miss Laura Jean Sims of the cleaning under the slats. Evenso some of his capital in pro- help out in development there.

and a climate suitable to livestock. during the past week. He visited junior class hi. a toast to the seni- the daily average was raisedto jects within his own area?_ We doubt that after his yearsin

Concentration on this sector of agriculture would Live Oak Saturday afternoon and ors gave the official welcome to only 5Vz minutes. There is the opportunity of such a high office Congressman -
of collusion and there is Sikes
would show little
give Suwannee farmers a product with an almost unlimited addressed a huge throng at the which Leo Carver of the gradu- course so
doubt there is of it. But
no planty intelligence as to jeopardize his
markets in the future. Courthouse and Tuesday returnedto ating group responded. I'm expecting to hear one of
certain
demand and
because an elected official has political future for a questionable
Suwannee County to speak to these days that one of our enter-
Let's take a look at Hendry County, southwest of another large assembly in Bran- O. W. McCall of Lee will opena prising Florida cattlemen has some money to invest and choosesto investment. We choose rather to
Lake Okeechobee, which derives 6.08 of its personal in- grocery and dry goods store in .started a feeding operation simi- make it work in his home territory believe that he feels enough loy-
ford.A is not in itself a matterof alty to his home
to aid
come from agriculture. In 1961, Hendry County led the motorcade met the Senatorat Wellborn on Saturday at the site lar to one which has produced A area Its
suspicion. man or woman advancement with
his
state in per capita income with $3,068 for every man, Suwannee Springs Saturdayand owned by J. H. Tills and formerly startling results out in Texas.As for that matter should not be sonal funds. own per-

woman and child in the county. This is more than doubleSuwannee's escorted him to the Courthouse operated by C. A. Knight and reported In a recent issue elected to office simply because of His concise statement in his
while at Branford the high the of Farm Journal, the Spur Texas. -
In addition Hendry Suwannee Store. McCall has
per capita figures. need for the job and this often own defense Is to the point. He
million in 1959 to school band turned out to greet had several years of experience in Experiment Station is proving
showed an increase in total income $23 happens in any county or answered his critics this way:
the candidate seeking his third this line of work and will that you don't need grazing land
$28 million in 1961. During the same period, Suwannee's be area. Need should be the least "During all of my time in pub-
term in office with stirring pleased for the for a successful cow-calf opera-
public to visit him
income declined by some $400,000.One reason for electing an official. lic service I have promoted In every -
music as he entered the town. in his new location. tion. After three years of testing Over in Okaloosa County and possible the developmentof
way
of Hendry's primary agricultural pursuits is their cows and calves in a drylot its
nearby areas CongressmanBob our resort business in our dis
raising quality livestock. There is no reason why Su Judges at the annual Flower Miss Thelma Perry of Avon are doing better than those on the Sikes is facing some criticism trict.

wannee should not boast a success story like this in the Show sponsored here last week by Park has accepted a position at range. because he has chosen to invest "This tourist business, along
future except our own complacency and lack of vision the Garden Club termed the exhibit the Vanity Beauty Parlor here. When you think of what it in an area involved in contro- with our industries, our military
that reflected would cost today to acquire sufficient -
and one great She started work Monday. versy over proposed highway re- activities and the great strides
courage.Dr. credit to any city. land to get into the cattle location. That Congressman Sikesis In agriculture made with the helpof
T. J. Cunha of the University of Florida under- School days in Suwannee Coun- business in the conventional man- successful enough to have some our federal and state agencies

lined the potential of livestock in the state in a recent ar- Leon Gill who has been workingat ty for this term will come to a ner with adequate grazing acreage money to invest is In his favor has given us one of the most sta-
ticle published in "The Florida Cattleman." the Live Oak Drug Company close next week with many of the you can see the advantageof in the first place. That he should ble and prosperous economies in
accepted a position with the Su schools of the county planning a drylot for beef cows. choose to invest it at home and the south.
Cunha observed that Florida had 1,449,000 head of
wannee Cleaners last week wherehe Compared with the
appropriate closing exercises. range thus aid the development of his "Because I believe so firmly in
beef cattle as of January, 1963. He noted that cattle in will welcome his numerous method, the Texas drylot report own area is laudatory. our bright future I have inverted

Florida increased in value to $121 per head as comparedwith friends. The county board'has voted to shows: a higher percent calf crop; Politicians of course are in a my own funds in its prospects.
$142 for the national average. This means that assist in controlling the infestation heavier calves at weaning; Im- position to be first to see the possibilities "Is it fair to belabor me for
Florida cattle are now up to 85 per cent of the U. S. average With Billy Scott Ware as toastmaster of cattle lice. this spring. The proved breeding efficiency: con- of an investment and this as has certainly been done"
the highest value it has ever had, and now ranks the junior class of the commission voted to furnish trol of feed supply; more flexibi- it would not be the first time that Congressman, we will welcome
17th in the nation in beef cattle numbers. Branford High School entertained necessary dip for charging 10 lity for expansion; and less capi- one has taken advantage of suchan your Investments In Taylor Coun-
members of the graduatingclass vats two in each commissioner tal investment. opportunity for a quick profit. ty.
"Florida," Cunha says, "is just in the beginning stagesof at the annual Junior-Senior district. There is one problem however. There Is no evidence whatsoeverof -Perry News-Herald
developing the potential which it has in beef cattle Someone has to be on hand 365 such a situation In this case.

production. It has only about 2 million acres that can go Ten Years Ago - 1953 days a year to feed those cows.

into improved pastures. The city council met Tuesday pion speller of Suwannee Countyat De Gaulle Taxes American Friendship .

"Moreover, Florida can increase beef production night and passed a plan to com- a contest held in the auditor- Sometimes automation and In recent weeks and months the world. He wants to keep the
pletely modernize the numberingof ium of the Live Oak school Friday control by computers can be car- television medium has been put to United States out of B crepe and
considerably by the use of better quality cattle and better
live Oak's streets then Wed- evening. ried too far. use in France for the purpose of dominate the European Gammon
production practices. We ship out of state each year over nesday morning recalled the mo- Richard E. Jonas Branford I note a report from Nice. turning the French people against Market while keeping Great

200,000 calves weighing between 150-250 pounds. Still, tion to find out what the folks. in School eighth grader, was run- France that a super market there Great Britain and the United Britain out of that organisation"
we ship in about 45,000 feeder calves of heavier weightsto town think about it. ner-up. He tripped up on the has had to abandon a plan to States. American correspondents He also wants to brine West Ger-

fatten out in Florida yearly. There is no reason why The move would do away with word "candle". Ruby Is the have customers take a punched admitted the slant of one parti- many Into his camp and pry
better breeding, feeding and management cannot resultin all but Howard Street and Ohio daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John- cularly anti-British and anti-Am- Bonn away from Washington and

Florida farmers raising the weight on these 200,000 or Avenue and substitute numbers. nie Williams of Clayland. much as 12 inches falling in some erican program "The AngloSaxons Washington's leadership.
more light calves to 400 pounds or over." places. ," reminded him< of the days o; By contrast U. S. television and
The city commission Tuesday Florida State University President the Nazi occupation and radio Hollywood and Broadway still
This makes sense. The whole prospect of raising approved a proposal presented to I Doak Campbell told a gath- Dean Lewis was first place propaganda at that time. render all sorts of glory and nos-
quality livestock in Suwannee County is logical. The'county it by the Live Oak Housing Au- ering of 150 Rotarians and their winner in the essay contest held In short. President Charles de talgia to Paris and Franee.

is abundantly well-suited to this endeavor. The thority selecting property for the wives at the District 242 assem- In the Live Oak school on the edu- Gaulle Is using the communication The truth Is. however: that
markets are available. And the prices are rising. But proposed Negro and white low- bly which ended here Monday to cational value of touring a bank facilities of the nation to turn the many students wbo go to Paris
the demand is for quality.We cost housing sites. be optimistic about the local Mrs. Ida Nance commercial tea- people against the AngloSaxoncard these days come away thoroughly
Property in College Heightsnear disillusioned. It fe Ret because of
state and national government. cher,announced yesterday.
have a golden opportunity, it seems, to mush-
Douglass High School was with each item they selected. De Gaulle and tee anti-American
room Suwannee County into a livestock giant in Florida. selected for the Negro housing Suwan.e County farmers suffered Staff Sergeant Melvin L. Mc- The cards: provided detailed information policies.
The Suwannee County Chamber of Commerce has put up and the old Hable Home propertyon severe damage to their Mullen arrived home this week on sale tax stock. and What De GftuBe's pottey will
$25,000 to give to farmers during-the next five years who East Duval Street was selectedas crops from heavy rains which from Korea where he has been margin for management.The :cost France cvontuaHy, Is the

are disposed to concentrate their resources toward this the white site. pounded this section last weekend for the past 18 months. Sergeant store management liked : friendly sentiment of the great

end. The opportunity is eminent, and the potential is but they will be able to McMullen was inducted into service the system but the customers re- I bulk of Americans who de Hot
here. Ruby Williams Clayland School "grow out of it", County Agent as a member of Company belIed. Too much time was require -I travel abroad bet wfeo have leered
eighth grader, spelled "candle" Floyd Eubanks said yesterday.The "E**, Live Oak National Guard to run the cards through kindly toward France for many
'JIt'8 time we lived up to our responsibilities in agri-F correctly and 'went on to spell rain blanketed the county and saw action in the Pacific in tabulation at the checkout counter. I decades.

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. THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Let's Go Fishing FLORIDA'S I WASHINGTON REPORT I


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In By SENATOR SFESSABD HOLLAND

The Heart Oj The Suwannee River Valley99
Farm
BANNER Consolidated LEADER SENATE APPROVES MASS Alachua Marion, Citrus Hernan-

Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1886 TRANSPORTATION BILL do, Sumter Pasco, Lake Pinel-
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street When the Senate recently passed las, Hillsborough, Poft. Hardee.
1 FrontBy the $375 million mass transit bill DeSoto. Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte -
Louie Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher 4" T
by a 52. to 41 vote I was among Gilchrist, and Highlands
Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor Counties.
those opposing the measure.
Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor .F Among other reasons J voted VFW MEETS At the Con-

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising :Manager against it through the convictionthat gressional Dinner of the Veteransof
Doyle E. .
. Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak, Florida ConnerFve rr it would over-ride state laws Foreign Wars on April 2,1 was
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 hr in some areas would put the fed- the guest of VFW's Departmentof
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 + eral government in a competitive Florida and greatly enjoyed
i&4'4t been following with con- position with private enterprise being with James M. Hiles, Dunedin -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance in
the
siderable interest reports would be unreasonably expensive, State Commander; Senior
various farm and trade Journals and would permit disbursementof Vice Commander Thomas B.
MEMBER OF concerning radical new develop- funds on the basis of political Glaze Sarasota; M. D. "Doc.
A /SUWANNEE f ments and methods in livestock Wade Sr., Ocala
AssociatioDW + expediency.The State Adjutant:
Florida Press f
COUNTY production.The bill must now go to the A. W. Krueger St. Petersburg.
SUWANNEE COUNTY CHAy latest to come to my attention House where I am hopeful that it State Service Officer and others.It .
COMMERC I is a "pork factory" des- may be either drastically amended was also a pleasure to meet
Chamber of Commerce ma's. cribed in a full page ad in the or killed. Miss Susan Galt, of Cocoa High

April issue of the National Hog The Wilderness Bill was passedby School state winner of the an-
Farmer. If this sort of a hog pro the Senate 72-12 last Tuesday.I nual Voice of Democracy contest
-- duction facility should take hold voted for this measure which which is sponsored by the VFW
Swcannee's Future Is Quality Livestock in a big way throughout the hog carrres out objectives ardently and the state's radio-television
and corn belt I can visualize all broadcasters.
supported by virtually conser-
A recent economic study conducted by the University swine production developing vation and wildlife organizations.On Mary and I are happy to an-
.of Florida indicates average per capita income in the somewhat along the lines of the Thursday the Senate approved nounce the arrival of our thir-

.state, although rapidly rising during the 1950's, has hit a present "broiler factory" which by voice vote the authori- teenth grandchild a lovely little
plateau. has revolutionized the poultry zation, of nearly $15 billion for girl born last week to our older
business in recent years. military procurement for Fiscal daughter Mary Groover and her
According to economist Dr. Madelyn L. Kafoglis, per It Happened In Like other modern equipment 1964. Although excused from the husband Jeff Lewis, of Tallahas-

capita income figures rose by $679 from 1950 to 1960, I that has enabled our American Senate at the time of the vote. I

while per capita income in 1961 was $1,990, only five ; farmers to greatly increase pro- am recorded in support of the key see.Mary is with her and I am gladto
dollars above the 1960 mark. The report attributes the Suwannee County duction, the "pork factory" is go- amendment to the bill; this was report that mother daughter

small increase to Florida's continued population accom-' ing to increase the investment offered by Senator Russell and and grandmother are all doing

panied by small gains or actual declines in some sectorsof required to raise hogs by this its passage reduced from $746.7 well.RETURN
method. However if the results million to TO FLORIDA
the state's economy. tP $550.7 million the am- This
,. justify the necessary capital outlay ount budgeted for the Army mis- past Wednesday morning I was in
Income from trade dropped by $35 million. Trade 1923 1938 -1953 I expect to see progressivehog sile program. Tallahassee where at the invita-

and service proprietors felt a $50 million decline in their t raisers going into this typeof WATER STUDY IN PRO- tion of the State Legislature. I

income. And the construction industry declined by $123 operation on a large scale. GRESS The Department of jointly addressed appropriate

million in 1961. Partially offsetting these declines were From The Files Of The Agriculture has advised me of the committees representing both

manufacturing with an $88 million rise and agriculturewith ..... SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT "Pork Factory" buildings are immediate start of the necessary Houses in support of ratification
an $80 increase. : offered in two sizes, one 62 feet field work in the survey and investigation of my anti-poll tax amendmentto
long with space for 288 finished of our West Coast the federal Constitution.
With agriculture being one of the bright spots in Years hogs, and one 92 feet long for 432 Tributaries. !I I was cordially received and
Florida's economy, it would appear that Suwannee County, Forty. _Ago. _-.. - 1923 I finished hogs. The pens have slot- The information from this important shortly after the hearing both
u u
which is primarily an agricultural county, would enjoy At a small but enthusiastic Ktite and Hackney Grocery Com- ted floors the latest thing, by the study will be utilized by committees favorably reported the

considerable growth and prosperity. But the statistics I meeting of the Parent-Teachers pany. way in sanitary engineering for the USDA and appropriate state resolution to their respective

indicate that this county is spinning its economic wheels, Association held last Friday it more efficient livestock quarters. agencies as basic data in the bodies. To date. 30 states have
both in total income and per capita income. was brought forcibly to the mindsof Six bright-faced and happy Su The building has controlled tem- planning of programs for the use, ratified the amendment and I am
those present that we are nearing wannee County Club girls left perature and ventilation, auto- development and management of very hopeful that the required 38
In 1959, Suwannee: County's total ncome was $18.8 the close of the school term Monday at noon for Tallahasseeto matic feeding and watering, with land water and related resources will do so this year or by early
million. It slipped to $18.2 million in 1960, and increasedto and there is a great deal of work attend the short course at the manure disposal through the slot- of the rivers.

$18.4 million in 1961. Per capita income in 1959 was yet to be done to round out the Woman's College, this being a reward ted floors. The comprehensive federal- 1964.On Thursday I joined membersof

$1,247, dropped to $1,215 in 1960, and climbed slightlyto program planned the first of the of merit offered by the late The use of slotted floors for state program will include con- the Legislature and a group of
$1,238 in 1961. These figures indicate that Suwannee's school term, so ways and meansof Miss Alice Dorsett for work done beef animals was being researchedlast sideration of flood prevention and prominent businessmen from all

economy stood still in a period when the majority of the earning money were discussed. last year. year at the San Juan Basin control, drainage, irrigation navigation parts of the country in witnessinga
in Florida moving ahead. Winners are Verna Brinson, experiment station of Colorado water supply and quality most impressive forestry dem-
were
other counties
The Woman's Club of Live Oak daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. State University and for lambsat control, fish and wildlife recre- onstration staged at Live Oak by
The University's economic report also compiled fig- endorses the closing of business Brinson of Rixford; Dorris Lanier Virginia Polytechnic Institute ational facilities and the use and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad

ures on where each county in Florida derives its income.In places on Thursday afternoons so daughter of Mr. and Mrs. which has been getting two cropsof conservation of land. The survey Following this I went to my

Suwannee County, 18.4 per cent of the total personal that everyone can have a half Jack Lanier of Burlington; Virgie lambs a year. Both experi- scheduled for completion in j home in Bartow to be with Mary

income comes from government wages paid to civilian em holiday once a week. Cason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. ments appeared to be very suc July 1965, encompasses approximately I and other members of our familyfor
ployees 16 cent from retail and wholesale trades, 10 We the undersigned agree to .R. Cason of Wellborn; Lucille cessful. six million acres in Levy the Easter Holidays.
per
and 7.8 close our places of business on Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.E. Interest in slotted floors has
trades and professions per
cent from service ,
per utilities. Thursdays at 1 o'clock beginning R. Brown of Rocky Sink; Lil- become so great in the corn belt
cent from transportation, communications, and Thursday May 3, and continuing lian Revels, daughter of Mr. and that materials and equipment I
Agriculture, which accounts for 33.5 per cent of the income i until Sept. 1: P. R. Privett, the Mrs. J. O. Revels of Pine Mount; suppliers are offering both wood
is the largest single factor in our economy, but it Stephens Company P. H. HaU. and Willie Stephens, daughter of I and metal shapes for their con-
falls way short of what it could be, and should be. Mrs. B. M. Green, Mrs. W. A. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Stephens of struction.At 0
Hughes, Fleet Bros., A. H. Perry Wellborn. the University of Illinois a
It to us that herein lies the crux of our eco- I
nomic seems in Suwannee County. This county has A. C. McCullers, Ben Aarons, B.F. This is Miss Brinson's third year 113-day study showed a big labor .do-4 Sag
problems Winderweedle, Gibbs Dry Goods to win the award. Misses Lanier saving where slotted floors are
the natural capacity and potential for massive agricul- Company S. J. White, L.O.P.&G. and Revels are going back for the used in a swine building. The slot-
tural prosperity, particularly in livestock development.But Ry., W. Hargarett, Henry Furni- second time. ted floor required only 1% min-
our agriculture is moving forward at a snail's pace. ture Company, Jack Green, M. utes a day for cleaning, comparedwith
I Investment From WelcomeIs
in 17 minutes a day for cleaning Congressmen
times
Wo are convinced, as we have stated many I
the that Suwannee County's economic future is in Twenty-Five Years Ago -- 1938 a hard-surface floor. However there anything suspicious or Congressman Sikes could have invested -
past, United States Senator Claude held last at the end of the 113-day test condemnatory in the fact that far from his own home
livestock. We have abundant pas- Banquet night in the
livestock quality feed grains Pepper spoke to large audiencesin Lipsey Hotel Building. one full 8-hour day was devotedto an elected public official has invested territory near Crestview. He chose
tures, an overwhelming capacity for growing this county on two occasions Miss Laura Jean Sims of the cleaning under the slats. Evenso some of his capital in pro- to help out in development there.

and a climate suitable to livestock. during the past week. He visited junior class in, a toast to the seni- the daily average was raisedto jects within his own area?. We doubt that after his years
only 5Vz minutes. There Is the opportunity of in such a high office Congressman -
Concentration on this sector of agriculture would Live Oak Saturday afternoon and ors gave the official welcome to
give Suwannee farmers a product with an almost unlimited I addressed a huge throng at the which Leo Carver of the gradu- course of collusion and there is Sikes would show so little
doubt is of it. But
no there planty intelligence as to jeopardize his
demand and certain markets in the future. Courthouse and Tuesday returnedto ating group responded.O. I'm expecting to hear one of
because elected official has
an political future for a questionable
Suwannee County to speak to these days that one of our enter-
Let's take look at Hendry County, southwest of some money to invest and choosesto investment. We choose rather to
a another large assembly in Bran- W McCall of Lee will opena prising Florida cattlemen has
derives 6.08 of its personal in- make it work in his home territory believe that he feels enough loyalty -
Lake Okeechobee, which grocery and dry goods store in started a feeding operation simi-
come from agriculture. In 1961, Hendry County led the ford.A motorcade met the Senatorat Wellborn on Saturday at the site lar to one which has produced is not in itself a matterof to his home area to aid its
suspicion. A man, or woman, advancement
with his
state in per capita income with $3,068 for every man, Suwannee Springs Saturdayand owned by J. H. Tills and formerly startling results out in Texas. for that matter should not be sonal funds. own per-

woman and child in the county. This is more than doubleSuwannee's escorted him to the Courthouse operated by C. A. Knight and As reported in a recent issueof elected to office simply because of His concise statement in his
while at Branford the high the Farm Journal, the Spur Tex-
In addition Hendry Suwannee Store. McCall has
per capita figures. need, for the job and this often i. own defense is to the point. He
income million in 1959 to school band turned out to greet had several years of experience in as, Experiment Station is proving
showed an increase in total $23 happens In any county or answered his critics this way:
the candidate seeking his third this line of work and will be that you don't need grazing land
$28 'million in 1961. During the same period, Suwannee'sincome area. Need should be the least "During all of my time in pub-
term in office with stirring pleased for the public to visit him for a successful cow-calf opera-
reason for electing an official. lic
declined by some $400,000.One service I have promoted in every -
music as he entered the town. in his new location. tion. After three years of testing, Over in Okaloosa County and possible the developmentof
of Hendry's primary agricultural pursuits is their cows and calves in a drylot way
its
nearby areas, CongressmanBob our resort business in our dis
raising quality livestock. There is no reason why Su Judges at the annual Flower Miss Thelma Perry of Avon are doing better than those on the Sikes is facing some criticism trict.

wannee should not boast a success story like this in the Show sponsored here last week by Park has accepted a position at range. because he has chosen to investin "This tourist business, along
future except our own complacency and lack of vision the Garden Club termed the exhibit the Vanity Beauty Parlor here. When you think of what it an area involved in contro- with our industries, our military
and courage.Dr. one that reflected great She started work Monday. would cost today to acquire suf- versy over proposed highway re- activities, and the great stridesIn
credit to any city. ficient land to get into the cattle location. That Congressman Sikesis agriculture made with the helpof
T. J. Cunha of the University of Florida under- School days in Suwannee Coun- business in the conventional man- successful enough to have some our federal and state agencies
lined the potential of livestock in the state in a recent ar- Leon Gill who has been workingat ty for this term will come to a ner with adequate grazing acre- money to invest is in his favorin has given us one of the most sta-
ticle published in "The Florida Cattleman." the Live Oak Drug Company close next week with many of the age, you can see the advantageof the first place. That he should ble and prosperous economies in
accepted a position with the Su schools of the county planning a drylot for beef cows. choose to invest it at home and the south.
Cunha observed that Florida had 1,449,000 head of wannee Cleaners last week where Compared with the
appropriate closing exercises. range thus aid the development of his "Because I believe so firmly in
beef cattle as of January, 1963. He noted that cattle in he will welcome his numerous method, the Texas drylot report own area is laudatory. our bright future, I have invested

Florida increased in value to $121 per head as comparedwith friends. The county board has voted to shows: a higher percent calf crop; Politicians, of course are in a my own funds in Its prospects."Is .
$142 for the national average. This means that assist in controlling the infesta- heavier calves at weaning; unproved position to be first to see the pos- it fair to belabor me for
Florida cattle are now up to 85 per cent of the U. S. average With Billy Scott Ware as toastmaster tion of cattle lice this spring. The breeding efficiency: con- sibilities of an investment and this, as has certainly been done?"
the highest value it has ever had, and now ranks the junior class of the commission voted to furnish trol of feed supply; more flexibi- it would not be the first time that Congressman, we will welcome
17th in the nation in beef cattle numbers. Branford High School, entertained necessary dip for charging 10 lity for expansion; and less capI- one has taken advantage of suchan your investments in Taylor Coun-
members of the graduatingclass vats, two in each commissioner tal investment. opportunity for a quick profit. ty.
"Florida," Cunha says, "is just in the beginning stagesof at the annual Junior-Senior district. There is one problem, however. There is no evidence whatsoeverof Perry Newa-Herald
developing the potential which it has in beef cattle Someone has to be on hand 365 such a situation in this case.

production. It has only about 2 million acres that can go Ten Years Ago -- - 1953 days a year to feed those cows.

into improved pastures. The city council met Tuesday pion speller of Suwannee Countyat De Gaulle Taxes American Friendship .

"Moreover, Florida can increase beef production night and passed a plan to com- a contest held in the auditor- Sometimes automation and In recent weeks and months the world. He wants to keep the
pletely modernize the numberingof ium of the Live Oak school Friday control by computers can be car- television medium has been put to United States out of Bwspe and
considerably by the use of better quality cattle and better
Live Oak's streets then Wed- evening. ried too far.I .- use in France for the purpose of dominate the European Common
production practices. We ship out of state each year over recalled the note report from Nice turning the French
nesday morning mo- Richard E. Jonas, Branford a people against Market, while keeping Great
200,000 calves weighing between 150-250 pounds. Still, tion to find out what the folks in School eighth grader was run- France, that a super market there Great Britain and the United Britain out of that organ anon.
we ship in about 45,000 feeder calves of heavier weightsto town think about it. ner-up. He tripped up on the i' has had to abandon a plan to States. American correspondents He also wants to brine West Germany -

fatten out in Florida yearly. There is no reason why The move would do away with word "candle". Ruby is the I' have customers take a punched admitted the slant of one parti- into his camp, and pry

better breeding, feeding and management cannot resultin all but Howard Street and Ohio daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John cularly anti-British and anti-Am- Bonn away from Washington and

Florida farmers raising the weight on these 200,000 or Avenue and substitute numbers. nie Williams of Clayland. much as 12 inches falling in some erican program, "The AngloSaxons Washington's leadership.
more light calves to 400 pounds or over." I places. ," reminded him of the days o; By contrast U. S. television and
The city commission Tuesday Florida State University President the Nazi occupation and radio Hollywood, and Broadway, still
This makes sense. The whole prospect of raising. approved a proposal presented to Doak Campbell told a gathering Dean Lewis was first place propaganda at .that time. render all sorts of glory and nostalgia -
quality livestock in Suwannee County is logical. Thecounty it by the Live Oak Housing Au- of 150 Rotarians and their winner in the essay contest held In short. President Charles de to Paris and France.

is abundantly well-suited to this endeavor. The thority selecting property for the wives at the District 242 assem I in the Live Oak school on the edu- Gaulle is using the communication The truth is, however, that
markets are available. And the prices are rising. But proposed Negro and white low- bly which ended here Monday to cational value of touring a bank, facilities of the nation to turn the many students who go to Paris
the demand is for quality.We cost housing sites. be optimistic about the local Mrs. Ida Nance commercial tea- people against the AngloSaxoncard these days come away thoroughly
Property in College Heightsnear disillusioned. It is set became of
state, and national government. cher announced yesterday.
have a golden opportunity, it seems, to mush-
Douglass High School was with each item they selected. De Gaulle and the anti-American
room Suwannee County into a livestock giant in Florida. selected for the Negro housing, Suwannee County farmers suf- Staff Sergeant Melvin L. Mc- !The cards provided detailed Information policies.
The Suwannee County Chamber of Commerce has put up and the old Hable Home propertyon fered severe damage to their Mullen arrived home this week on sale tax stock and What De Gauge's poHey win
$25,000 to give to farmers during-the next five years who East Duval Street was selectedas crops from heavy rains which from Korea where he has been margin for management.The cost Prance eveateaHy., ta the
are disposed to concentrate their resources toward this the white site. pounded this section last weekend for the past 18 months. Sergeant store management liked friendly sfattseat of the great

end. The opportunity is eminent, and the potential is but they will be able to McMullen was inducted into service the system but the customers re- bulk of Americans who do sot
here Ruby Williams Clayland School "grow out of it". County Agent as a member of Company belled. -Too much time was require travel abroad but who bare teefced

'., eighth grader spelled "candle" Floyd Eubanks said yesterday.The "E", Live Oak National Guard to run the cards through kindly: toward France for many
It's time we lived up to our responsibilities. in agri 1", correctly and 'went on to spell rain blanketed the county. and saw action in the Pacific In tabulation at the checkout counter. decades.

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Miss Edith Louise Hanson Here And ThereDr. Quinn Flood Places 2nd In Miss UF Contest
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and Mrs. Farris Smith and

I sons, Steven and Bryan, of Haines
City were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
OMEN
Joe holidays.B. Davis during the Easter


Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bradburyof

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Bradbury of Hastings spent
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Gift Tea Honors Mary Brown Circle Met Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Rees.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rogers and

Bride-Elect With ]\Irs. Clayton son, Winston of Atlanta Ga.. Bill l v
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Thursday afternoon April The Mary Brown Circle of the :4rk Rogers of Tallahassee and Mr \
Church met and Mrs. John Callahan King II
fourth the home of Mrs. John C. Advent Christian
Camp of Jasper was the setting Monday evening at eight o'clockin of Jacksonville spent the Easter

for a gift tea honoring Miss Patsy the home of Mrs. Bixler Clay- holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Win-

to L. ston Rogers.Mr. .
Cannady whose marriage
ton.The
with and Mrs. James L. Long
M Crews m of this city will be meeting was opened
an event of April twentyeighth.The prayer by Mrs. Oscar Green, circle had as their guests over the week
chairman.Mrs. end Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stoneof
women of the First Baptist
Church of Jasper were hostesses Clayton gave the devotional Salem Va.
for the tea. and Mrs. Green spoke on an k_ y'j' Mr. and Mrs. Delton Wilson
article "Make Some Waves". returned Sunday from Greenville -
On the coffee table near the _
During the business meeting a S. C. where they had been
receiving line dainty -
was a parasol
report was made on the party the visiting their son-in-law and : '
of pink net and a of &
nosegay
church circles gave at the Nurs- daughter Sgt. and Mrs. DonaldM. H
pink blossoms, to carry out the ;
ing Home at Dowling Park :Mar. McCullers and-chUdren. -
motif of pink. Elr4xrr
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29 honoring the ones who had
The tea table was overlaid with birthdays in February and March.It .
an imported cloth of white organza was voted to change the date Mrs. Johnson HostessTo
appliqued with satin. Cen- of the general meeting to the ; :
Church
il 4r 4 '4y.a1z. CircleThe
tering the table and the focal first Tuesday night of the month ::
point of the floral designs were a and the circle meeting to the Helen Parshely' Circle of
pair of five branched silver can- third Tuesday night. the First Baptist Church met
delabra holding pink tapers and : "':h't'G,. v6 Monday afternoon in the home of
New circle officers were elected : ... S'S
: Mrs. Charles Johnson with nine V
centered with cone shaped arrangements and they are Mrs. Oscar Green
of coral bell azaleas chairman: Mrs. Wilson Greene members present.In .
with baby breath sprinkled thru co-chairman; Mrs.. Mamie Sand- observance of Youth Week
out. Silver trays of tea sand- lin, secretary and treasurer: and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bernhard Hanson of Sanford announce Mrs. W. W. Jemigan chairman Miss Quinn Flood daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Floodof

wiches and petit fours were placedon Mrs. Nelson Melvin, program the engagement of their daughter, Edith Louise, to David Richard presented Miss Sharon Bond who Live Oak, was named first runner-op in the recent Miss Uni-

the table. A large silver punch chairman.Mrs. McNeill Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. David Richard McNeill Sr. of acted as chairman for the meet- versity of Florida contest held in Gainesville. Quinn a junior at

bowl was placed at one end of the Clayton served a dessert this city. ing.The the University, was formally introduced at Spring Frolics an

table and was presided over by course during the social hour. Miss Hanson graduated from Seminole High School in 1959. devotional was given by annual event and presented with flowers and trophy by enter-

Miss Cindy Chandler. Hostess for the May meetingwill While in high school she served as treasurer of the Student Body, Miss Mary Cleveland.The tainer Anita Bryant guest star at the springtime event.
Mrs. Camp greeted the guestsas program chairman Mrs.
they arrived Mrs. Cecil Ken- be Mrs. Wilson. Greene. was a member: of Tri-Hi-Y, and was chosen May Day attendant.She Johnson, assisted by Mrs. Jerni- She has been invited to go on an eight day tour during the tri-

nedy presented them to the receiving is now a senior at Florida State University at Tallahasseeand gan and Mrs. E. S. Conner, presented mester break with a group representing the University. The students -

line Mrs. J. C. Cannady Angelea.FutchParty will graduate in August with a BS degree in Education. She the program "EnlistmentsFor will tour South Florida with major stops in Orlando Ft.

the bride-elect Miss Patsy Can- was elected Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma, social fraternity.Mr. Missions". Lauderdale, and Miami. From Miami, they will fly to New Or-

nady Mrs. L. M. Crews.Jr.. Mrs.C. Honoree McNeill graduated from Suwannee High School in 1959 Mrs. Johnson served refresh- leans to appear in scheduled engagements with the University'sGlee

W. Sistrunk of Lake City ma- Angelea Futch daughter of Mr. and is, also, a senior at Florida State University.He ments at the close of the meet- Club.

ternal grandmother of the groom- and Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., was has held office in his social fraternity, Kappa Sigma; busi- ing.The Quinn particularly noted for her beauty, is also an excellent:

elect and Mrs. L. M. Crews Sr., honored on her fourth birthdaylast ness fraternity, Phi Beta Lambda; and is a charter member of the circle will meet in the student. She maintains better than a 3.0 (''B'') scholastic aver-
of Live Oak paternal grandmother Wednesday with a party given home of Mrs. George Burnette on
Finance Organization. He will be graduated this month with a age.
of the groom-elect, formed the by her mother at their homeon West Duval Street in May.
BS degree in Finance.
Marymac Street. .
line.Mrs.. The refreshment table The wedding will be an event of May eleventh at three o'clockin
Sayer Canova invited the was overlaid Birth AnnouncementMr.
the afternoon at the First Baptist Church in Sanford.
guests to the dining room and with a white cloth and
assisting in serving were Mrs. Ed- centered with the two tiered and Mrs. Willard A. Patter- THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
Son of Live Oak announce the
na Barker. Mrs. Margaret An- birthday cake carrying out an
Hunt Given For Sons birth of their eleventh child, a
Easte Egff
drews, Mrs. Mildred Sapp Mrs. Easter motif. The cake was top-
daughter Sunday Mar. 31, in the Veneer- One or Two Baths.
Mildred Bennett and Ethel ped with Easter biddies biddie a
Mrs. on a Saturday afternoon at four tered with a holding
Moody Air Force Base Hospital at
Chandler.The carousel. o'clock Mrs. Danny B. McCrimon parasol were given the girls and
gifts of china and silver Invited to be with"the honoree honored her sons, Burt and plastic eggs given the boys as Valdosta. Ga. FHA or CONVENTIONAL
She has been named Theresa
were displayed in the den and were Burt McCrimon Andy Day Mike with an Easter Egg Huntat favors. FinancingSMALL
Maria Patterson.
Mrs. Lois Curry and Mrs. Irene Bill Howland Jr., Cathy Schneider their home on Seminole Street. Miss Charlotte Wadsworth assisted DOWN PAYMENT

Wetherington were in, charge of Tammy Oliver Walter Oliver The refreshment table was overlaid in serving.
the gift room. Jr., Donna Hollaway Kim with an Easter cloth and Steven Montgomery and John- Have pity on the silly goat Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
Who runs his mouth and cuts
Linen and other gifts were in Fletcher Wanna McCrimon Leslie centered with a large Easter ny Bernheim Jr., received prizes
charge of Mrs. Mary Lang and Bruce Richard Westmark, Bunny in a grass nest. for the afternoon. his throat. SELECT YOURS NOW

Mrs. William Fisk.:. I and Lynn Mobley. Tiny pastel Easter baskets cen- Others invited were Dale Moses m R Contact
Leon Moses Jr., Angelea Futch. !! FOR THE FRESHEST
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Wanna McCrimon Cathy ; Freshness and Quality Assured 362.2057NOW
Moore, Darrell Westmark and '! Phone 362-1650
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Bryant Delivers Welcome At_Forestry Day .. News And Activities From "Conductor": Charlie Receives Greetings. .
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THE RECREATION CENTERBy 4
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Y. 7I CHARLES PULLEY Director cT

Your Recreation Director is in plans include lighting it for use I

e : Mobile, Ala., this week attendingthe during night-time activities j 3

t Southeastern Recreation Executives sponsored by the Recreation De-

k Conference. The conference partment.The .
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sponsored jointly by the Student Recreation Board
3r
National Recreation Association will meet Friday afternoon at 4
and the Alabama Recreation Society to discuss plans for reorganizing
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features as the keynote the student activities at the Cen- ..
B ; speaker Calvin Dean Johnson ter. All members should plan tobe
s Special Consultant on Public Affairs present since a name and

American Trucking Association identification card must be decided -

Washington D. C. Partici- upon for the new system.
pating states in the conference Plans are underway to begina

are Alabama, Georgia Florida men's softball league in the ,
Mississippi, and South Carolina. cry near future. In order to begin I'
Work began Tuesday at the the Recreation Department:'

i Recreation Center on a huge must secure at least four spon
#
i : patio to be constructed behind sors. At the present time one
the main building. When finished team has been lined up for the
I
the patio will furnish addition league. Anyone desiring a spon-

space for dancing, games, sorship should contact the Recreation -
and lounging area. The present Department at 362-3004.

Gov. Farris Bryant, surrounded on the platform by business and political leaders, delivers the The Womens Physical Fitness
Class Randy Mai and Price Hickman swap amenities with former
will
welcoming: address Thursday to Forestry Day guests who numbered approximately 1,300. meet this Thursday
Tough Blue Wave night at 8. Activities this Thurs- Governor Charlie Johns who was conductor with Seaboard for 20

day will be held outside and will years.

Smash Baker SHS Overcomes Threatens Bows include volleyball and bounceball.All .
Bulldogs County ; members are asked to bringa the oaks
was actually tiny spores which tiny spores from are
visitor with them
to introduceto
have a life cycle. Infected limbs carried by air to infect pines.
Wildcats For 10th Straight WinThe 'Troublesome MayoIn To Bulldogs 3-2 Last the program.week's Junior-Senior night I can be pruned away, and the tree No cure is known. In thinninga

saved, if the gall or canker is not timber stand trees with stem
undefeated Suwannee High School baseball A hard-fighting P. K. Yonge was a huge success as over one: too close to the tree stem or trunk. galls should be removed first.

squad swarmed over outclassed Macclenny 16-1 Tuesdayto Extra InningThe baseball team bowed 3-2 to the hundred students enjoyed theDepartment's Remarkable thing about the Then remove trees with branch

claim its tenth straight victory of the season. Suwannee High nine Thursdaybut facilities. Plans tree; disease, is its spread by an galls close to the stem. Do not
Suwannee High Bull- not before the Bulldogs now include a dance featuring a
were "alternate host" the red oak. plant infected seedlings.Tree .
The sailed the Baker Wildcats
Bulldogs through County -
live band in the future.
troublesome given some anxious moments. near
dogs subdued a Research indicates that it is not farmers who note severe
with earnest precision, having little_ difficulty in Mayo nine in an extra inning The Blue Wave from Gaines- spread directly from pine to pine. rust infestation should contact
running a 11-0 score alter manding lead four more runs in
up
Saturday as Milton Sumrell ville, sporting a better than average i Killer The rust produces spores which their Florida Forest Service farm
three innings With the Bulldogs the second inning. Dean Croft Fungus
team backed the
Bulldogs
infect the leaves of oaks. Later forester.
scored on an error in the bot-
holding an overwhelming lead, Hurst Sumrell, and Taylor, the into a corner in the seventh inning -
Coach Wayne Forehand sent in same group that scored in the tom of the eighth to break that required the relief pitch- Pines
Destroys
his substitutes who added five first inning, did the scoring. the deadlock and give the ing of Derrell Croft to get out of. ;

more runs to the tally and held Third inning saw no letup for team an 8-7 win. Croft relieved Lester Friar, who MIXON'SBEST
Macclenny to one run for the day. the beleaguered Wildcats of Mac- Mayo apparently a strong had gone the distance for Live No Known CureBy

Suwannee took command of the clenny as Hurst, Malcomb Holmes, team when playing against Live Oak struck out two batters and MAID
situation in the first inning. Dean and Derrell Croft crossed the Oak, took a one-run lead in the allowed the Blue Wave one run GEORGE FEAGLE
Croft was hit by a pitch, Johnny plate, adding three more runs to first inning. before retiring the side and pre- County Forest Ranger
Hurst followed with a single, and the Bulldog tally and sending The stung Bulldogs assailed the serving a one-run margin. Wildfire is Forest Enemy Num- FEEDS & CONCENTRATESCHICK
Milton Sumrell singled to drive Suwannee out front 11-0. Mayo pitcher in the bottom of The Bulldogs took an early ber One in Florida last year

in Croft for the first run. Harry Macclenny scored its only run the first to come back into the lead in the second inning as Les- burning more than 263,000 acres
Taylor walked, and Lester Frier in the fifth inning. It was hit off lead. Johnny Hurst got to first lie Kirby scored on a double hit of valuable forest land. But fire CHICK
drove in another with sin- Allen who Tuesday pitchedhis Sumrell is not alone.
run a Wally base on an error. Milton off the bat of Myron Holmes.
gle.One first high school baseball singled, and Harry Taylor doubledto Kirby scored again in the fifth Another forest foe is an orange-
more scored on a ground game. Allen was voted the out- score two runs. Leslie Kirby inning after getting on base on a yellow rust which kills and disfigures STARTER GROWER
ball, and another runner crossed standing player of the contest. hit a single to score Taylor and walk. Malcolm Brady drove him slash and loblolly pines.
the plate on a wild pitch, sendingthe The Bulldogs scored anotherrun the side retired with the Bulldogsout home. Known as pine canker or 50 Ibs. $2.45 50 Ibs. $2.45
out front 4-0. in the fifth inning and added Cronartium fusiforme
Bulldogs front 3-1. it is
With the Bulldogs in front 2-0,
Suwannee lengthened its four in the sixth back in caused by fungus. In
com- more as Harry Mayo came storming the Blue Wave pushed across a a the springof
Vann, Robert Dees Woody Green, the second inning to break the its in the sixth inn- the year with the "fruiting ol
run of own
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM and Lee Harvard crossed the bubble, however, and scored three the fungi", the canker on limb LAYER 16 %/ SCRATCH

HOW TO KILL IT. plate, giving the team a 16-1 runs on two walks and three Live ing.Milton Sumrell scored on an error or trunk appears to have been

IN 3 DAYS, lead and victory. Oak errors. of the P. K. Yonge third dusted with a bright orangeyellow 50 Ibs $2.35 50 Ibs. $2.25

If not pleased with strong, inatant-dry Suwannee will play Lake Cityon The see-saw balanced in the baseman to give the Bulldogs a powder.
Ibs. Ibs.
100 100
$4.65 $4.25
ing T4L. your 48c back at any drug Saturday third inning as the Bulldogs 3-1 lead. Some timber growers have mis
tore. Watch infected skin lough off. there.R '
Watch healthy skin replace it. Itch and II E scored Malcolm Brady on a sin- The Blue Wave made a serious taken the rust for the work ol
burning are gone. TODAY at LIVE OAK Live Oak 16 14 1 I I gle by Derrell Croft to tie the insects. One farm forester reported
DRUG CO.: KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper; threat to spoil Suwannee's win-
and WISE'S DRUG in Jasper. Macclenny 1 3 1 score at 4-4. ning streak in the seventh inn- that a timber owner was very Horse Feed Wheat Shorts
much
concerned since "bugs were
ing as they loaded the bases with .
none away. Croft came in to stop kicking out orange powder all over 100 Ibs. $4.10 100 Ibs. $3.75
the place and making a terrible -
the offensive and assure the Bull-
dogs of victory. swelling on the pine branches" -

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The forester explained that 40:%> HOG HOG jVORbiEftPELLETS
Live Oak 3 8 2
P. K. Yonge 2 1 I damage was being done by the PELLETS
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rust fungus, and not by insects

chewing on the wood. He went
The tie didn't last long. Mayo on to show that the orange dust 100 Ibs. $5.25 25 Ibs. $1.75
/< KEEP UP WITH THEHAPPENINGS took the lead in the first inning,
scoring one run. Cemetery Working Ton $103.00 $50 Ibs. 3.50

The Bulldogs tied it again in
A
cemetery working has been
the sixth inning as Derrell Croft
: scheduled at the Crawford Lake
scored on a fielders choice. The
... Primitive Baptist Church on CUNDIFF BROS.Phone
score was 5-5. Thursday morning April 25. Everyone .
Mayo led off in the seventh
interested is urged to attend -
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OF YOUR HOME TOWN ::7' ; and bring their own imple- 362-2734
runs on two errors and one hit. ments for the work. II ... ... ..
The Bulldogs came roaring backin I

the bottom of the seventh to

BYSUBSCRIBING ; : again tie the game at 7-7. Brady
and Holmes walked, and Derrell (
and Dean Croft singled to bring

in the runs.
TO THE The eighth inning spelled crisis

for the Bulldogs. Mayo loaded the

bases with no outs. But they

failed to score. It was a dangerous -

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ; Live In Oak.the bottom of the eighth, GENERAL ELECTRICFREEZER GENERAL i ELECTRIC

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1 Railroads John Parshley/ Build City Suwannee 4-H Members Participate H


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1 wannee Springs and on to Co- Early Scenes In Live parently did not reach Live Oak By FRED DeVANE 4-H'ers demonstrated their ability -
./. / Relocation Of lumbus.In ,-,: "'j in time to be canvassed and would Lamp Making Contest in public speaking. Alvin Green

1866 when the railroad from ", ,; ;;. :" .-c .>-*Oak9 _.. J. not have affected the total any- Thirteen members of the Su- spoke on "The Meaning Of 4-H",
Seat DuPont Ga. to Live Oak was 6 I t -- : j v way. The Commissioners declaredthe wannee County Electric Club exhibited Bruce Ward spoke on "Health",
County completed, John Parshley came to :i* Parshley site as the official lamps in the County 4-H Jerry Floyd spoke on "ManQ ing

Live Oak because, of those tall site and Mrs. Parshley presentedthe Lamp Making Contest, held at A Laying Flock", Kiah Eubanks

| Plays RoleThe trees. j ii I deed for the same which they the Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative spoke on "The ResponriWmtee
Parshley came to Live Oak ; accepted and ordered recorded. Building on April 9. Of Youth Today", and Gene Box
events which laid the from Ohio where he had met fin- ---- Thus the controversy was settled Members making lamps for this spoke on "America's Economy -
foundation for the buildingof ancial reverses and had come for the time being. contest were Aubrey Goff, Hank Agriculture". Gene Box placed .

Live Oak might well be here to again build a fortune. He bt During the next several meet- Ratliff, Charlie Warren Hunter, first in the Senior Division and
summed up in three phrases secured land south of the rail- ,es ings a number of bids were received John Haas Thelton Goff, Calvin Bruce Ward placed first in the

the railroads the arrival road and east of Houston St. and for building the Court- Rouse Buddy Goodlet, Greg Junior Division. The Suwannee
i and at once began to lay out that partof house, several being accepted and Schofield, Jerry Kinard, Tommy County Farm Bureau provided
I of John Parshley, the town. He built a sawmillon later rejected mostly because the Rawls, Daniel Crapps, Danny I awards for every boy in the 0011I -
[.Jf the relocation of the county the land where Barney's Stan- bidder could not furnish a cash Edwards and Bruce Ward. I test.Judges
seat from Houston to Live dard Service Station now stands bond. On Aug. 7, 1869 the board Aubrey Goff's lamp placed first for the contest were Rev.I .

Oak. Each of these events and a planing mill approximately received an offer from the Bap- in the Senior Division, and John I Spivey Brabham, Mrs. John Flood
were to play singularly important where Dunn Furniture Co. is tist Church to sell the church Haas's lamp placed first in the and Ernie Sellers.

roles in the estab- now located. When he brought his building for $300 in county script. Junior Division. Awards for the State Land Judging BtMt

lishment of Live Oak. wife and six children here in 1867, 1 The board agreed and the county participants were made availableby Stanley Saunders Gene Box,
J. To bring this story into focus, Live Oak was a little group of t had a building which was located the Florida Power & Light and Jerry Cribbs represented Ss-
we must go back to the middle houses along the railroad tracksin where Edward Howland's Gulf Co. and the Suwannee Valley Electric wannee County at the State Land
and early part of the last cen- the pines.It Service Station now is. Coop. The lamps enteredin Judging Contest held at the Uni-
tury when the Indians were consisted primarily of a hotel p Z The times were hard under Re- this contest are on display at versity of Florida on March 29.
'roaming and committing depra- where Mrs. Annie Barclay's house f Y .t s 1 1a 1r sr= I y construction and about the- only the Florida Power & Light Co. The team placed third in state
dations in the territory which is now stands, which was kept by money in circulation was the Judges for the event were Miss competition out of twenty teams.
l e now Suwannee County. To protect the; Conners; the Old Savage script mentioned. We find that in Mildred Mercer, Charles G. Guy Prior to the State Contest the
r the citizens over this very House built in 1866 by the rail- r tC 1869 the board ordered the Clerkto of Suwannee Valley Electric Co Kiwanis Club sponsored a County -
[,A sparsely settled country and expel I road contractors, stood where Otis petition the Governor to allow op., and Sid Soule of Florida ; Land Judging Contest for the
the Indians, the federal govern- Brown's business is now located the citizens of the county more Power & Light Co. FFA Chapters and 4-H Clubs, and
ment established a military post ; and a line of little stores time to pay their taxes for the Tractor Driving Contest I. also sponsored the winning teamto
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l r''at Suwannee Springs from which faced the railroad on the block o year. There is no record of the The County 4-H Tractor Driv- the State Contest. John Hamp-
{ roads radiated in every direction. where Miss Katie and Miss Ma- .; Governor's answer to this request. ing Contest was held April 15 at ton of the Soil Conservation Service -

One of these roads penetratedthe mie Broome live. The mill com- After using this building for a the Agricultural Coliseum at coordinates the Judging contest -
wilderness to Deadman's Bay missary and Postoffice were on Looking south on Ohio Ave. just after the turn of the cen- short time, it was blown down in which six contestants were tested for the Kiwanians.

t passing through the locality of the corner of Conner and Hous- tury, are the street scenes depicted in these two pictures. The a terrific gale and court was then on their knowledge of tractor West Florida Livestock Show

what is now Live Oak. This road ton. Conner Street was the only upper photo, around 1907, shows a horseless carriage on the held over the Parshley store. maintenance and skill in tractor The Suwannee County 4-H'ers

was called the Old Salt Road because street, a short one, but there were streets and the Courthouse, built in 1904 in the right background.The Later a large wooden buildingwas operation. showed steers in the West Florida
it was used by those who roads through the woods which lower photo shows a residential scene on S. Ohio Ave. about built and later moved to the Each contestant had to take a Livestock Show and Sale hH in
f( traveled to the bay to make salt were not laid out, but made by the location of the present Winn- written examination, inspect a Quincy on April 9, 10, and 11.
r< and buy fish. Also fugitives from travel. same period. Dixie store. The removal made tractor for incorrect adjustmentsand Mervin LibbY Glenn Buah, and
the Indians used this route to John Parshley's family arrivedon I way for the construction of the drive a tractor with trailer Kiah Eubanks showed Angus
r refuge at the Springs. May 9, 1867 and for a few from Houston to Live Oak on Aug. Houston, Wellborn, Live Oak, Columbus present brick structure in 1904. through a prescribed course. The steers which placed third tenth
9t At one spot on this route there months lived in five rooms under 1, 1868 and established that this Plowdens, and Boston. The old building was operated at entries in the contest were: Gov- and fifteenth in their respective
"'I was a large pond over which a the warehouse. On account of the was to be the permanent seat of This action was ordered published its new location for many yearsas an Knight, Michael Boatright, classes.
huge live oak spread its broad heat a larger two-story house county government. in the Live Oak Advertiser, a the White House and was later I John Haas, Alvin Green, Paul Glenn Bush was selected to
ti branches and this became a fav- was hurriedly built on Ohio Ave., The act directed that all county newspaper published in Live Oak. purchased by Fred J. Green who' McCall, and Alan McCall. Govan participate in the calf scramble
orite camping .place known as the opposite the site of the Court- officials move their offices to Live On April 2 the board met to moved it back on the lot on Pine Knight placed first in the Senior and after quite a struggle man-
'Live Oak. house, and the family moved in Oak as soon as quarters could be canvass the votes on the selectionof Ave. and operates it today as an Division and John Haas placed aged to halter and pen a calf.
Later, around 1859 when the on July 4, and lived there until arranged. It appears from the the county seat. Before the apartment house. first in the Junior Division.Tractors He received $25 from the West
railroad was being built from 1904. records that the change was madeon canvass a thorny problem arose. Some of the families living in and awards for the contest Florida Livestock Association to
'Jacksonville to Tallahassee, a Parshley was enthusiastic and that date as the last records How many sites were under con- Live Oak in 1868 were: Carroll, were furnished by the Farmer be used to purchase another calf
continuation of the Jacksonvilleto public spirited. He laid out and dated Houston were the latter sideration? Conner Henderson, Dennards, Implement Company and the Su for the show next year.
( Lake City track, the section began to build up the eastern end part of July while the date line The citizens of Houston figur- Goodbreads, and the Parshleys.In wannee Tractor Co. Hosts District Contest
) hands who sweated in the blazing of the town. He gave each of the Live Oak starts about the first ed that perhaps this was a good the county were living the Judges for the contest were: County winner in the 4-H Lamp
the track, Howard week of August. Delegals, Brinsons Hines, Mat- Lawrence Lee, Vincent Jones, and
\' sun while laying girls a lot and named chance to get the county seat returned Making, Tractor Driving, and
and Wilbur Streets for his boys, Pursuant to the new laws the ; there and voted accord- tairs, Dexters, Hulls, Creekmores, Bill Maughan. Public Speaking Contests from

;nn-, and Ohio for the state he came county commissioners met for ingly. By a 3 to 2 vote the com- Mills, Dr. Allison, Dr. Bynum, Public Speaking Contest Lafayette Union, Dixie, Hamilton -
1! It was natural then that this from. their first meeting on record in missioners decided to count the and Dr. Overstreet. April 15 in the Educational : Columbia, and Suwannee will
I should be chosen as the name of Only two years after his arrival Live Oak on Oct. 5, 1869 in the votes for the Houston site. About 1868 the Blackburns, Building of the First Baptist compete for top honors April 18.
building erected by Parshley for Stephens, and Horace Dexter Church, six Suwannee Countyin
here. and
',the railway station he was stricken with fever When the votes were countedthe The Tractor Driving Contest will
to the the Baptist Church and school.At moved In. About 1870 Col. J. F.
This tree was located died on Aug. 8, 1868. He was bur-
result was that the old Houston be held at 3:30 pjn. at the Agri-
of Henry Vann's home near ied in plot almost directly behind this meeting the commis- White and Henry Wood moved to
rear a site received 215 votes the this section.In cultural Coliseum, and the Pub-
,the present Seaboard tracks, be- the Suwannee Hotel where sioners received proposals for location Parshley lot in Live Oak 168 votes Live Oak from Houston. 1890, the Rev. Parshley and lic Speaking and Lamp Making
;tween Scriven and Irvin Streets. his wife and daughter were later of the Courthouse. One and just plain Live Oak 91 votes. Wood later was a partner in his wife left for Japan and were Contests will be held as part of
After it had earned for the little buried. In later they were proposal came from Mrs. NancyM. opening the first bank in Live
years
The latter was construed as the in the interior of the country fora the program of the regualr
of Live Oak. the Parshley and others, she the Oak named the Live Oak Bank.
station the name removed to the City Cemetery.
----- -- Walker-Wyse site. number of years, doing mis- monthly Farm Bureau meeting to
': old withered and died. Fo Parshley had built the first widow of John Parshley, the second Prior to this, residents of Live
'/ giant As no one site had received a sionary work and teaching Eng- be held at O'Brien at 7:30 p.m.
from N. H. Walker and H. A. Oak had
done their banking in
{long after the spreading building as a Courthouse to
years used majority of the votes cast the lish in one of the colleges of the The public is cordially Invitedto
stark sticks of Church and Wyse. The proposal of Mrs. Savannah, Ga. because of therailroad
boughs were just be ,used as a Baptist commissioners ruled that the vote .- nation. attend these events.
;deadened gray the reminder of a school house. This was later sold Parshley was accepted, this being did not show the will of' the peo- connections to Savannah.
,former giant of the virgin forest. to the county, but after using it the block where the present ple as to the actual site and ordered Live Oak was growing.In .
Sometimes the pond would evapo- a short time it was blown downin structure now stands. However it r the election to be held 1878 C. N. Hildreth came to
over
rate during the summer months, a terrific gale. was to be a long time before the on May 15. They ordered that all Live Oak and was preceded by i FREE24HOUR
and finally, like the old tree, left The completion of the railroad matter was settled or a structure ballots not designating an actual Capt. W. J. Hillman, Major .. .
and never returned. into Georgia from the east-west erected there. site would be thrown out. Blackwell, Judge Bryson Dr. : .:.::>::x. '\f. OXYGEN EQUIPPED
There' was no development in rail at Live Oak spurred the development The Legislature of 1860 appar- Hankins, and the Tedders. The
Because
of certain irregularitiesin '"
the ently figured that the citizens ofa town's business center moved to .r. : J, ;t
after .
the little community of the town while the the past election, such as per- ; ;.? < Ambulance Service
:.,.
rail route to Tallahassee was towns of Houston and Wellborn county ought to have a voice the section south of the railroad .
/ the customary in selecting a place for the county sons voting who were suspectedof from Stephen's Store (the Glass :
completed, except declined. The Live Oak Postofficewas not being qualified, and these : : 1' Phone 362-3333
building necessary for the stop- established in June of 1866 seat and passed an act permittingan named Building) on Ohio to Howard St. :
were a new registrationwas
ping of the trains. The virgin with Moses L. Stebbins as the election to be called to selecta called for. Also steps were Returning to the Parshleys, the .. v.r.
pines lifted their lofty tops to the first postmaster. seat of county government. Ac- taken to see to it that each voter son, Wilbur, was sent north to
|clouds right up to the right of There was a growing demandin cordingly the Commissioners decided cast only one vote, they named complete his college educationand z.
;way on almost every side. the county for the county seat to call for an election on several that had voted twice in it was in the quiet of this
J There was a public road south to be more centrally located with Mar. 27, 1869 to settle the ques- the first election. New England college town that he JAMES B. DANIELS

of Live Oak going to Tallahassee the result that the legislature tion which had been raging The election was held and at met the daughter of the college FUNERAL HOMEEast
and the old mail road going west passed an act in the 1868 session throughout the county. the canvass the results were listedas president and later they were
Howard St.
>went through Houston to Su shifting the seat of government They listed six polling places, follows by voting places: married. During the time he was
going to college, he returned to S1Ct
Wellborn: 21 for Parshley lot, J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D.S. .
: 25 for old Houston site, total 46; Live Oak and was pastor of the C. BASS JR. ESEI7/E
REVIVAL SERVICES :) Columbus: 27 for Parshley lot, Baptist Church. During his first :
EMERT POTEET
: pastoral reign he established the
xti:3 and none for Houston site;
WILL BE HELD AT .1 Houston: 134 for old Houston first Baptist Missionary Society

site, 6 for Parshley site ;
Friendship Suwannee Church k Plowdens: 25 for Parshley site
Baptist
and none for Houston site; SHOP AND SAVE MORE ATWORTH'S

April 21-April 28 : ;..: Live Oak: 209 for Parshley site,
5 for Houston site. SURPRISE STORE

1 REV.GUEST EARNEST SPEAKER GURR : Houston Parshley Total votes site.Apparently lot. and cast 452 164; 288 for old for AFTER-EASTER CLEARANCE


_ SERVICES EACH EVENING 7:30" the board met earlyin
the morning and canvassedthe

ANNUAL HOMECOMING DINNERON precincts that had reportedin Girls' Dresses REDUCEDSIZES
GROUNDS as they first counted Houston,

28 Wellborn, Columbus, and Live
Sunday April
: Oak and announced the total. At 9 MOS 14 <
Pastor Rev. C. G. Travis Invites Everyone To :.qtr noon the ballots from Plowdenscame ,, AS MUCH: AS

Attend These Services. in and were canvassed and FAMOUS NAMES \\tJ

"Jesus Said Come unto me all ye that labor and. added into the total.

are heavy laden and I will give you rest. Matt. 11-28 REV. EARNEST GURR The ballots from Boston ap- e C. I. CASTRO 33 1/3 % \



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,, County Ministers9 Column ) Suwannee LIVESTOCK FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. SmWi ''D

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The Parent-Teen (oonerotion ft&feSTninnc Hnno ; Ir
IlighS REPORTBy ------- -.- ........::11-,: ......

themr grows worse because ;
Pastor's CornerBy MenuApril FLORIDA STATE parents .re too busy or too unconcern -

MARKETING BUREAU &'U Jjsten a bit r*** r
The PARENTS SWELL than talk orbfccawe
; the child
I .. Rector REV.St. JOHN Luke's M.Episcopal HAYNES Church 18 through April 21 Cattle and calf trading at the :::::=::; At:; TEEM- ( will not fully present the problem
THURSDAYStew
Suwannee Valley Livestock Market AGE<<; READ because parents showed lack of

st. Luke 9:55 'But he to Jesus and foolishly asked His Tossed Meat/Carrots & Potatoes Wednesday April 10. climbedto 4 Y OUE COLUMN f sympathy and understanding at
time.
SaladRollsSyrup some previous Sometimes
turned, and rebuked them, and permission to call down "fire" to 156 compared with 109 sold at
teenagers keep their
said, Ye know not what the previous sale while hogtradIng rr'1 problems en.
manner "consume them", to be rid of
tirely to themselves.It .
Jello with Fruit
of spirit ye are of. For the Son these "Samaritans". dipped sharply to 375 com-
of Man is not come to destroymen's Butter Milk pared with 752 the week before. is a healthy situation indeed
Jesus rebuked, corrected the
or
lives, but to them." FRIDAY when children do not hesitate to
save x George C. Avery of the Florida -
disciples. God loves every human
Tuna Fish Salad t come to parents with all their
Among our Lord's disciples and being. No person Is excluded from Potato Chips State Marketing Bureau said { l I problems-and when parents will

IJ IJfa their countrymen, the word Sa- God's concern. God never wishesus Squash trading was active with demand always find time to "talk things
maritan was often used In a peculiar destruction. He is not like that. Peanut Butter CookiesGrapefruitOrange good for all classes, particularly .- over."
way. "Samaritan" of course God yearns that none shall be lightweight, thin stockers. Slaughter THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I am keep the right relationship with
Section
I meant not a teenager, but a parent and, child." This column often advises teenagers *
a native! cows were weak while other my
lost. Even those who for time
a Bread
Butter Milk while I do not have a particular OUR REPLY to "put yourself in yourparent's
a of Sa- : Thanks and
person rebel or turn away from Him can MONDAY classes were few or absent Avery we "
problem to present, I take the position. Charles K.
are delighted to hear from
maria, but out- a -
be sure that He Is ever ready to Fresh Pork Patties said. liberty of writing parent Scott, Homestead, Florida has
side that anyway. i a wise parent, apparently,
if region... .5 restore and heal and forgive and Acre Peas Feeder-stocker steers and heif- "Yes, parents as well as teen- one not too busy to take time to written two books which offer this
the
word was., renew. If you mistakenly think Carrot/Raisin/Pineapple Salad ers were few in one or both weeks agers do read 'For and About talk things over with a teenager. opportunity. An ideal parent to-
used at all if'I that were made and allowedto while steady to Teenagers.' In fact child gift they entitled "11
I you Cherry Crisp cows were strong. my daughterand Many parents do not realize that are I
usually was said exist only that you might in Bread Butter Milk Calves were weak, in places drop- I often discuss the column, it is not sufficient to just say "no"or Were My Dad ." and "If I
I with a sneer anc the end be destroyed, then you do TUESDAY ping two dollars lower on medium the problems presented, and the "this is the way it is" when a Were My Mom." Both are illustrated .

a curl of the lips not know the value He places on Steamed Wieners grades compared with last week's writer's observations."I teenager has a certain problemor thougkt-pravoking presen

I and people souls such as yours. Buns/Bread very strong prices, Avery con- just wanted you to know that when some particular matter tations. '

learned early in Few people experience what it Whole Kernel Corn tinued. it helps to provide a starting point must be dealt with.
for
= life unfortunately discussions between
is to live within the Cole Slaw parentsand Quite often difficulties arise be
Kingdom ear- According to a report issued by
to put this little sting and teenagers. I look for all the tween and
parents children
ly In life. We are all such doubters School Baked Cinnamon Buns the State Department of Agriculture aids I can find to because
enable
ring In it every time "Samaritan"was me to of misunderstandings and
so mean and miserable in Apple Sauce livestock producers over the
mentioned. When Jesus spoke
spirit, have such low opinions of Butter Milk state received $433,936 for cattle

can about imagine the "Good how the Samaritan"lesson struck you God and hold on to these ideas WEDNESDAYStew and hogs sold at 11 different Father Doesn't Want Son To Own Auto I

1 so long that we surely take the Meat/Mashed Potatoes markets throughout Florida dur-
home, for to most people, the
Ideas "good" and "Samaritan"were longest way possible to come to Turnips ing the current week. Total ani- paying up to $400 a year more

used Him. It is a tragedy of our own Peaches mals sold were cattle, 5,822; hogs i : than some adults, insurance is a
never together. 'JVE
making. But in these matters, His Rolls & Cornbread 1,925; goats 12; and 3 horses were ENOUGH problem. There are some ways in
'
I Well these pestilent "Samari- ways are not our ways. He seeksto Butter Milk sold. k MONEY &AVEP p which teenagers can get special
tans" had somehow managed to restore.All / TO 8uY deductions. For example, a student -
displease some of the disciples.It of us are so slow of heart. Avery said that at the Suwan- > MYSELF A i who graduates from an accredited

wasn't too hard to do under the We don't really want to changetoo The weatherman says it's nee market feeder-stockers made ( 600P CAR- driver-training course in
1 circumstances. And they turned fast. It Is especially irritating Spring but that ain't what, our up 87 per cent of the run while high school normally gets a 10

short underwear tells us yet. calves.- comprised- 42 per cent of per cent discount from most insurance
tlt'I R R .. the total.
-- One
-- companies.
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Slaughter steers were absent offers a 20 per cent discount for
to think that who doesn'teven
someone from the sale. Good heifers t. > students in the upper 20 per cent
FOR SALETwo speak our language or live brought $21.50-$22.50 per hun- of their class. Most companies
the way we do or indeed worshipor 10 cent discount for
dred pounds with a few stand- .. give a per
pray the way we do, or hold .--.. r compact cars and rates in families
ards averaging $20.50-$20.75. ... ...
i the same quaint notions that we -- ::. -- where the student is not the
High-utility lowcommercial '" ..
and ::: .
-- =- "==; .
Income Producing BuildingsGOOD do should be loved and respectedby bulls sold from $18.25-$19, :: principal driver.

Our Lord. Wouldn't it be simp- and utility cows brought $15-$18. THE WEEK'S LETTER "In else. He doesn't tell me when he Any teenager who wants to
ler Lord to get rid of those other Cutters ranged from $13-$15.50. two months, I will be old enoughto thinks I will be "old enough," drive the family car needs the
LOCATIONS people right now? And the intense A few low-good feeder-stocker drive (get a license) an auto- only that he will decide when I "best wishes" of parents- and
WILL SELL ONE OR BOTH and burning and merciful love of steers brought $20.50-$21.25 mobile. I have enough money show enough "responsibility." He "best wishes" here means that

God rebukes our miserable selves, diums sold from while me- saved to buy myself a good, also says I wouldn't be able to the parents must feel that the

PERMANENT TENANTS and the answer is "No". two lots of $19-$22.25. sound, second-hand car. The problem keep up a car (gas, oil, repairs, teenager will be a safe, careful
"I will love them to the very commons brought $22- is my father's attitude. He etc.) and make insurance pay driver, with the necessary sense
end of time." I will draw all unto 2250.; Medium heifers sold from says "no matter what the laws ments too, and that he will do of responsibility.
INCOME $3,000.00 ANNUALLY Myself. I have come to save 1920.25; commons brought $17- are, you are not old enough at none of these for me. If Tea bare s teenage problem ywmnt ..
$18.50, and one inferior traded at sixteen to drive automobile." t. discuss, .r .a ebser.atl.eI.
an OUR REPLY
With Insurance
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those who are lost, the. one thatis mk, address Tee! letter !
lost $16.75. He refuses to teach me to drive, rates for under-25 girls jumping FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS
well
as as the and
IF ninety NATIONAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
INTERESTED
CALL Common and forbids to learn from
low-medium cows me someone in many states and under-25 boys ,
nine. Ye are the loved of God, SERVICE FRANKFORT KY.
brought $15-$16.75, inferiors
many mansions seventy times
MR. SAM KOFFAT ranged from $13.50-$14. ana one
seven. Someday our flinty hearts
medium cow-calf pair brought
shall melt and our narrow souls Cigarette TaxesThe

GIBBS CO. shall burst their prison and the $19.Good calves State Beverage Depart-
weighing between
salvation we did demand for our- ment announced today that Live !
Phone 362-2235 selves will continue to be silently 250-500 pounds brought $25$28.25 .- Oak will receive $4,040 as its share !
mediums sold from $$21-$24.50
and persistently extended to all. of cigarette tax collections during
Will we be ready? commons traded at $19-$23, and the month of March. Branford
4TAKE' .one inferior brought $18.
will receive
$528.
A few medium calves weighing
Net cigarette taxes collected in
between 150-250 pounds brought LIVE OAK FLORIDA
the state totaled $2.9 million Of
Phone 362-3111
$25.75-$28.75, while inferior
and
I THE BIG STEP FORWARD WITH THE commons ranged from $19.75$26.25. this sum, $806,020 will go into the Adults 50c Children 20c '
state general fund and the remainder = Tax Included
.
distributed to qualified BOX OFFICE OPENS
Hog Sales municipalities.sold Monday Through Friday, 3:15
Mixed grades of 180-210 pound Saturday 12:45
a HAWK gilts and barrows brought $14.25, Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night

..... for .
I '" ... 210-240 pounds $14.15, 240-270 $7.Medium
... .: ; .
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; ; pounds and good feeder-pigs
$13.10 160-180 pounds THURSDAY-FRIDAY, APRIL 18-19
$13.70, 140-160 pounds $12.90, under 60 pounds brought $13.25-
100-120 $16.50, 60-90 pounds $12.50$1580 ,-
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I Social Security AnswersEditor's articles QUESTION in this: I paper have for read several your

unITY'.eornl11 [I iwir fJ/ file Week J months. I have a friend who will
$ be old enough to draw his Asocial
( Note: These questionsand payments. security in a couple months. He
F i answers are compiled by Wil- QUESTION: For the past three is a farmer and has never made
FMr. news -- liam M. Eanes District Managerfor years my employer has never any income tax returns. Will he
the Social Security Adminis- turned in any Social Security for have to file tax returns for the
tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites me. I'm afraid this will hurt me past years before he can file his
readers to mail their questions to when I reach age 62 next year. social security claim?

Pine Level him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta What should I do? ANSWER: His claim for Social
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries ANSWER: Get in touch with Security will be no good until he

to this paper.) your nearest social security office. has made these back due reports.In .
and Mrs. James J. Fortner one who attended. We welcomeyou l
QUESTION: How much Social They will see that you get credit fact if he waits too long to do
and children, Maureen and Bruce to our services at Pine Level
Security would a woman draw if for your work. Do this now since this he may end up without
of Pensacola, spent Easter week Church.
her husband should pass away payment of benefits depend upon enough work credit to get any
end with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mrs. Ernie Braswell and daughter. -
month
if he was drawing $75.00 a this work and your earnings on checks at all.
Fortner.Mr. Lynn; and Mrs. Drew Holmes when she became a widow? this Job. .
and Mrs. Ernie Braswell visited Mrs. Harry Lepper awhile is 62 of
ANSWER: If she years QUESTION: A friend tells me
1
., and children Lynn and Donald Friday morning.Mr. age or over her monthly payment that the only way my social security During the period 1901 to 1996,
of Lake City spent Wednesday and Mrs. H. C. Wood of L j would be $61.90. There would also check can be increased is only 2.8 per cent of all steel made
through Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent Friday with of went into the manufacture of
death payment by
r .If be a lump sum Congress passing a law raisingeveryone's
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and durables such
Drew Holmes. consumer as automobiles -
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: ::: $225.00.QUESTION benefit. Is this true?
attended services at Pine Level ::...! fi'?!:: and household
appliances. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olive and :, ::; :!::!!j. : I heard that beginning ANSWER: Not entirely. If you
children of Kissimmee: spent Eas- Church.M. with 1961. a parent work- have had fairly high earnings In the period from 1956 to
J. Lepper of Lake City vis- 1960 22.3 cent
used for
ter week with for daughter was cov- after started per was
end Mr. and Mrs. ing a son or you getting social
I[ Marion Olive. ited Mrs. Julia Lepper awhile ered by social securiry. My mother security checks, you may be able that purpose.
Saturday afternoon.
Marilyn Olive spent Thursday helps me with my houseworkand to have us refigure your monthly
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited -
night with Beth Ann Lepper. .i I pay her: is she covered by amount to include those higher TERMITESBARNEY'S
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell
Mrs. Ernie Braswell and children Social Security? earnings. We will be glad to talk
and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Howell
Mrs. Drew Holmes and ANSWER: No. Domestic service to you further about this. SWARMING?
afternoon.Mr. .
Mrs. Gordon Keeling were dinner Sunday performed in a son or daughter's QUESTION: How can I check
; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- and Mrs. Charles Fernan- private home is not covered. But my social security record?
lie Howell Thursday. dez and daughter of Gainesville, employment by a parent in a son ANSWER: You can ask for a
1 Mr. and Mrs. Arnbld Hays and visited relatives here Easter week or daughter's trade or business is self-addressed post card (Form iisf;
end attended
and services at Pine
son, of Cross City spent Easter covered. 7004) at your nearest social security -
Level Church
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Sunday.Mr. QUESTION: My yardman told office to get a record of
.' HayS and attended services at and Mrs. Ernie Braswell me he is over 65. He says he gets reported earnings credited to I
1. Pine Level Church. and children. Lynn and Donald, tw social security checks so I do not your account. A statement of your
.
of Lake and
City Mr. and Mrs.
Albert and Michael Lepper of i have to hold out any more social earnings cannot be furnished to .
[' Lake City spent Easter week end Drew Holmes visited Carl Tressler "It's been a wonderful evening, Harold-so security taxes. I am still sendingin anyone except the individual
Thursday night. please get lost while I
I. with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper. enjoy the rest of it." the taxes but he insists that I worker (yourself) and only when 1
\1 i Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullen (Held Over From Last Week) shouldn't. Who is correct? you ask for it over your signature. for the of your horn.

,I and children of Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver and ANSWER: You are. As long as I 1_____-____________
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Sat- daughter, Paula, visited Mr. and Beachville a person works under social security ----

urday night and attended revival Mrs. R. W. Moseley Sunday night. you are required to report
services at Pine Level Church.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner vis- social security taxes for him regardless -
and Mrs. Ernie Braswell ited Mr. and Mrs. Al Fortner We were glad to have good attendance and son Wayne of Gainesvillewere ,of his age and even STANDARD SERVICECorner
and children of, Lake City were awhile Sunday afternoon.Carl at Sunday School Sun- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- though he gets social security Howard and
dinner guests of Carl Tressler Tressler visited Mr. and day and glad to have some visit- lie Beach Sunday. Shelby

[I Friday. Mrs. R. W. Moseley. Saturday ors.The Mrs. L. J. Cannon and Mrs. Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City has Now Open For Business
We are so happy about the good night. Beachville W. H. and F. M. Austin Cannon visited Mr. and accepted the pastorate of the

attendance at revival services of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes vis- met Friday afternoon. The attendance Mrs. Harley Starling of Brooker church here beginning Sunday, Barney Hutchins invites you to come by for
the Pine Level Church each night ited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell was small but had a Thursday afternoon.Mrs. April 21. Due to other serviceshe COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AND
last week. Visitors from sur- Friday morning.Mr. good meeting. Jimmy Baxter and chil- has the morning services will
rounding churches were present and Mrs. Harry Lepper and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beach of dren of Thomasville Ga., and be held at 10 o'clock and the ATLAS TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES.

each night and we feel received children and Jimmy Toole attended Haines City were guests of his Mrs. Jean Jackson of Mayo were evening services at the regular Call 362-9186 For Road: Service
fj a spiritual blessing as did every- the rodeo at Branford parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. guests of their parents, Mr. and hour of 7:30.: Come and worship I
Beach, a few days last week. Mrs. Otis Odom, Friday. with us.

1 Mrs. Norman Koon and
GO MODERN WITH@WARRENGAS.FUEL dren Bobby and Ginger Chil-I

I business visitors in Lake City Friday -' ..
afternoon.Mr. ,
JJLF WARRENGASSERVES and Mrs. Herschel Cason

and son, Dewayne of Jacksonville '
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. t <

SO MANY PURPOSES H. C. Cason last week end. II what's the
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy of ._
Lakeland were guests of Mr. and
ECONOMICALLY. Mrs. M. M. Tidwell Tuesday < '
(
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s
night. B- I G '

Rev. Marvin Odom filled his .....;
DEPENDABLY. SAFELY appointment at the Mikesville Ad- >t-"
vent Christian Church Sunday. '
s'
Mrs. Bill Barkley and daugh- ::...4 :: .DIFFERENCE :
ter, Sandra of Mulberry, and Mr. -"-
FOR MODERN FARMING USE and Mrs. T. F. Beach were guestsof .
in a home that bears
Mr. and Mrs. O. D..Beach Sun-

day.Mr. this Medallion? j _
.x ; and Mrs. Luther Adkins :
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were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
'
Kennedy Sunday.Mr. loca-

f and Mrs. C. C. Hemphill tl-
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HEATS YOUR HOME Sunday afternoon. a Medallion Home is a house
Carl Tressler was dinner guestof -
HEATS WATER Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner ful of electric comforts and conveniences t ,
a
i
Sunday.
at fingertips... ,
faun COOKS..POWERS YOUR TRACTOR Rev. Sammy Sealey of Perry .- your ,
r Information. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. : to truly make it a joy to live in. \..
,
> wrlle .. ,
Drew '
Holmes.
:,:: RUNS YOUR UTILITY ENGINE
Miss Mary Ann Platt spent .,.
t1
I Thursday night with Ann John- R
LIVE OAK GAS CO. son.Mr. ..- ..

and Mrs. L. P. Fortner vis-
E. Howard St. Phone 362.2424 ited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes

Sunday night.
Miss Tina Mills of Live Oak
spent the week end with Ann

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> EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT,. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1963



Farmers Ranchers WEATHER Farm Bureau Sets Robert L Maine No. 2 Surviving filed my Exeenter petttien fer of the a Estate discharge of W as,
Agent Urges
REPORTThe Park and the roll it plays in pro- A. Ward deceased; that I will apply
to the Honorable Reece Brown. County:
viding for the young and aged. Judge of Sawauee Coanty. Florida. oa
To Attend Beef Cattle Course 30 Day Agricultural Wea- Meet Speaking Funeral Services Industrial CorporationLast Tuesday, Mar Sl, IfrW, for approve.. of
ther Outlook for South Georgia the same and for disenarge as Suring iv:-
year Suwannee Industrial Executor of the aM Estate than<
I1 By PAUL CREWS County Agent Southeast Alabama and North- organized an accounting to the Court was waited
SlatedBy Funeral services for Robert Lee Development Corporation was ,
Contest
west Florida issued by the Ad- br the Testator in and by his said W nand
For 12 years the Department of Animal Science of visory Agricultural Meteorolog Maine 604 E. Duval Street were to assist in the expansionof no aceovnttaff will be made to t t,.

the University of Florida has been holding a Beef Cattle ist, U. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural conducted Tuesday in the Holiness new and existing industry in terested Court but parties.has been made to the >R-

Short Course. This was formerly called the Herdman's Service Office Tilton LEON GILL Church of Christ in Statenville Suwannee County. "It is the long 8/ D. S. WARD

18 1963 Ga., with the Rev. J. O. Sauls of needed vehicle qualified and cap- Sunhtalr Executor of the
Short Course where farmers and ranchers gathered Georgia April 16, 1963 for the April Meeting: April Estate of W. A. Ward

from all parts of Florida to hear leaders of the Cattle period from mid April through The Suwannee County Farm ficiating. Burial followed in sta- able of rendering financial assistance 49.52IN

monthly tenville Cemetery.Mr. over a long period of time,
avauaoie mid Slay. will hold its
discuss problems, techniques awards being matte ay Bureau THE COUNTY
industry : JUDGE'S COURT
Maine. 98, died Sunday in
and all facets of the cat- the Chamber of Commerce. Temperatures during the period meeting today (Thursday) April to industrial projects of sound IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
; from mid April through mid O'Brien Baptist Church.A Live Oak. He was retired and had potential growth," McMullen said. FLORJDA. IN PROBATE
farmers reporting the
tle industry. Many of our are 18, at worked in naval stores and tur IN RE: The Estate of
Thursday. Friday. and Saturdayof that they are having difficulty May are expected to average covered dish supper will be Recent industrial expansions FRANCES VAUGHN, also known U
well above normal. Daily mean at 7:30 pjn. pentine.He include Suwannee Dolomite & FRANCES YARN,
cutting
is being with cut worms served beginning
this week this course was a member of the Holi" Deceased
normal dur- temperatures will average between will follow. Lime Co., Palm Telephone Ser- Notice Of Filfac Petition For
held at the Livestock Pavillion at the tobacco. This is The program ness Church of Christ in Staten-
will 72 and 76 degrees. Maxi- One of Best vice Inc., and McMullen Food Final Discharge
the University of Florida. The ing dry seasons and possibly April Meeting- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
rains. mum temperatures are expec- few the Suwannee ville.Mr. Bank Inc., the speaker said. He J Notice .U hereby given that fciu
will get underway continue until we have Every years Maine is survived by one we t
E program ted to average in the 80's with host noted that his company has pro- filed final returns as Executor of the
Ei promptly at 9 o'clock. This year Several materials are prepared. afternoon temperatures reaching County Farm Bureau plays daughter. Mrs. Eliza Collier; five foregoing estate: that we have filed cts-|
t ready to apply to the fields that to the District IV 4-H Public sons Jessie L. Maine of Valdosta cessed and sold through trade petition for final discharge and will au
outstanding : 90 degrees or higher 5 or 6 channels throughout the coun- Ply to the Honorable Reece Brown
,I program is lined up. will kill out these insects and cut times. Minimum temperatureswill Speaking Contest. Eddie Maine of Valdosta John- County Judge on April 19, 1963. a-

; cattlemen are invited to attend worms. Chlordane in a prepared average between 56 and 62 This year'shapes up to be the nie Maine of Statenville Clifford try more than two and one-half final 10:90 returns A. M. o'clock and for, for final approval discharge of iv'
million and of a
: any portion of the program. mixture of meal, or chicken feed with minimum temperatures of best in many years. The best 4-H Maine of Statenville.He packages cans Executors of the Estate of Fran
is good ma- from the six counties had 31 grandchildren. peas grown in this area and that Vaughn deceased.S .
Some of the subjects covered and molasses a very 45 degrees or less expected to Club boys / Patten W. Williams
This material shouldbe Suwannee will give Suwannee Funeral Home was in his company is now expandingto
that should be of importance to terial to use. occur 1 or 2 times over the nor- surrounding Executor
our county are production testing, scattered directly down the thern interior sections only. brief five minute talks. All of our charge of arrangements.No. cover other fields of vegetable S/Executor Mollie Mullen

different methods of handlingand row of tobacco at about 10 to 20 The probability of freezing tem- Farm Bureau people will enjoy .- processing. 46.49

fattening steers the effectsof pounds per acre. peratures occurring is less than these youngsters compete at this McMullen said recent statistics IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,

creep feeding potential mar- A close check should be keptto one in ten.Rainfall meeting. We hope that all mem- showed a U. S. farm population >N AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
1 decrease of 34 cent in the FLORIDA IN PROBATE
keting in Florida, results of flor- keep down grasshoppers and during the next 30 bers throughout the county will per IN RE: The Estate of

l ida Feeder Calf Sales as compared bud worm trouble. Remember, days is expected to be light and make a special effort to attend Lloyd Hartley DeGerald, failureto past 10 years while total popula- OSCAR BRADLEY BYRD.

to those of otther states, sup- when damage is done on the small will vary widely from place to this meeting.In have vehicle under control tion swelled by 18 per cent. Har- NOTICE n.ee.TO CREDITORS.....

plements needed to fatten cattleon leaves, as: the leaf grows, so grows place ranging from an inch or addition to the speaking and causing an accident fined $15 vested acreage in 1962 dropped to All creditors of the Estate of Cac

pasture, and potentials for the hole. less to as much as 3 inches. Rainis contest the lamps made by the suspended; Leonard Vaughn, DWI 288 million acres, the lowest on tified Bradley and Byrd required deceased to file, are any hereby elaur*no c

increasing corn production thru- expected to occur mostly as 4-H youngsters will also be exhibited and having an accident case con- record since the Department of demand which they may have cair *

I out Florida. widely scattered afternoon and and judged. These reading tinued. Agriculture began keeping recordsin said estate of Suwannee in the office County.of the Florida C. .I*,J'Juel.e
!
These are a few of the many LibrariesSet evening showers at infrequent lamps make an ideal lamp for Isaac Plummer disorderly and 1909 and five per cent below the Court House at Live Oak. 1'1".ii-
1 County within six (6)) ,
calendar
the dust bowl of but months f r:
subjects covered by outstanding intervals. the children's bedroom, den or using profanity., forfeited $25 year 1934 the date of the first publication ,.ft \>-, 1
Sunshine is expected to average and that in 1962 all production i notice. Each claim ,
authorities throughout the country living room. fine; Jack Hillman. speeding crop or demand mu.r t i
filed
CelebrationOf about 75 per cent of possible equalled an all-time record he in duplicate in writing and m.
We urge our people to make Directors' MeetingThe failure to show up in court Mayor state the place of residence and 1'-
i during the next 30 days Suwannee County Farm Instructed police to arrest Hill- office address of the claimant and r
plans to go to this program exchange said.He be
to
sworn by the .
claimant hn '
ideas with other livestockmen National WeekNational with no extended cloudy per- Bureau Board of Directors met in man and require him to post $25 discussed what 100 new jobs or hi* attorney or It will become w\t'"

and ask questions in areas iods.Soil the Directors' Room on Saturday bond or lock him up. mean to a community saying that according to law.
temperatures are ex- S/A. Jack PhillipsAdministrator
results would be increased
spend-
April 6. Routine business was dis
of particular interest.
Library Week will be pected to continue upward as ing in retail sales of $350,000.00per 4649
For those people entered in the celebrated county-wide from Ap- soil moisture continues to diminish cussed. herds.
it is Eradicate Hog Cholera year. "Friendship is the only IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
livestock promotion project : Crop-Hail Insurance
ril 21-27 with open house rites set with mean 3 inch bare cement that will JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
hold
the
highly possible that those people Suwannee County farmers are Crop-Hail Insurance for flor- ever SUWANNEE
for Tuesday by both the Suwan- soil temperature reaching: 75 COUNTY FLORIDA.
world together. Go
that go to the short course and nee River Regional Library and to 80 in south Georgia and reminded that they should vac- ida vegetables and tobacco grow- as far as you LILLIAN C. CHANEY. IN CHANCERY

take heed to those "Words of the Branford Library.The southeast Alabama and ,80 to cinate all pigs for hog cholera so ers is now available from Florida can see when you" get there.you'll Plaintiff.JAMES .

Wisdom" from the authorities Regional Library in Live 85 over northwest Florida. that we can cut down on the losses Farm Bureau Mutual InsuranceCo. concluded.see farther McMullen va. DONZELL CHANEY.

could very easily be some of the Oak will begin its open house Present indications are that from this deadly disease. according to Leon J. Gill Sr., Defendant.
for the fine After August 31, 1963 no hogs local NOTICE TO DEFEND
top contenders with coffee hour at 10 ajn. Tues- the weather is about two weeks agent. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
ahead of normal. This will be moved in Florida from JAMES _
may Financing
day. A display of gardening books mean can be arranged in DONZELL CHANEY. u
that the normal spring dry wea- farm to farm or through stock- most cases. Contact your local Public NoticesSPECIAL YOU address is unknown.
ARE
will be shown by James Beverly.In HEREBY NOTIFIFD 't 1-a
r SRA Schedules celebration of National Libr- ther is already upon us and yards and livestock markets backto Farm Bureau office for further a Complaint for Divorce has been f,, ,.
that rainfall will continue light farms unless they have been details. Phone 362-1274. against you and you are reqmrxl.1 1serve
ary Week all over-due books may MEETING NOTICEA a copy>> of your answer or plf'.1.r\.i,
and unreliable until the start of vaccinated against hog cholera at special meeting of the members of to the Complaint on the Plaintiff! -_' '
Suwannee RiverBoatACade be returned to the library without the summer rains in June. least 21 days prior to movement. the Farmers Mutual Exchange has been torney. Ernest A. Sellers P o 1. "
penalty of fine. called for April 23. 1963 in Lire O.vat 427. Live Oak. Florida and M.: .
Hogs passing through stock- USE Farmers Mutual Exchange at 2:00 original answer or pleading in the <.if: .
Mrs. J. D. Henry, a trustee of of the
yards and livestock markets which p.m.The Clerk of the Circuit Court ." .
t the library, is in charge of the purpose of this meeting is to before the SOth day of April. J"b L,
Kiwanis Serves have not been vaccinated against consider amendments to the bylaw of you fail to do so. a decree pro con-. _
coffee hour. Other Suwannee hog cholera at least 21 days prior FUCO I the association to conform them to the will be taken against you for the n. .1
Florida's political leaders will County trustees are Mrs. W. L. consent method of taxing patronage demanded in the Complaint.
thereto, may be sold only for im- dividends and refunds under the Reve- DATED at Live .*, .w nnec r
aside governmental problems Tedder Mrs. S. T. McDowell, Mrs.A. ty. Florida,
4 put Public AtSunrise mediate slaughter. nue Act of 1962. this "th day of March
for a week end of fun on the W.- Ross Jr., and Mrs. W. C. Brand All Farmers Mutual Exchange mem- 1963.
t River Farmers of Suwannee Countycan bers are invited to attend this meeting. LAVAUGHN A. SESSt\\-;
world-famed Suwannee Airth. Cleric
49 CircnH Court
April 27-28 on the Biennial Su The reading boom of the Su ServiceThe help eradicate hog choleraby Sl.waaa c..t. Flar,.:a
Boat-A- : (1) vaccinate all pigs; vac- InsecticideFOR IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT (SEAL)
wannee River Legislative wannee River Regional Libraries IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY By GenUtee M. Gamble D.":
cine is (2) cook all
free garbage U-U
Support of Churches Com-
Cade. continues to expand as circula- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
used for feeds, and (3) report RE: The Estate of
Kiwanis Club served
mittee of the
is
E This fun-packed affair con- tion shows an increase of nearly W. A. WARD NOTICE TO DEFEND
River coffee and doughnuts in the high sick hogs immediately. Farmersare IN THE NAME OF
ducted by the Suwannee 8,000 over the first quarter this BEST RESULTS Deceased. THE STATE
urged not to take chances. OF FLORIDA:
Notice Of
school cafeteria to approximately Application Of Final DischargeOf
Authority on behalf of the Legis- year and an increase of over 5- I Surviving Executor TO John, Hill and his wife. Jennie r-
150-200 people at Sunday's Easter Cholera can be wiped out of your HOT each of whoM
lative Delegation and the county 400 over the same period last year. Notice is hereby given that I have. I known. address is tr i
Sunrise Service.
commissioners of the 12 countiesin All of the libraries showed gains ... ... ... A 1111 ...- You. and each of yea are nprt><" >
The committee chaired by notified .
Country that a suit If equity has bee
the Suwannee River over the first quarter except one, Claude Vice is composed of Ottis brought against you by B. W. Dose
along that storied river and its and it had a high proportion of and his wife. Gladys B. Deese in 'r-
Brown Reece Brown and Leon Circuit Court of the Third Judicial! f"r'
tributaries.Each non-fiction reading. A large gain Wooley. Other Kiwanians assisting !;. cult in and for Sawaanee County P ;
of the three previousBoatACades I I in the circulation of periodicalsand Ida, and you are hereby summoned. ; *
and
in the serving preparation dered and required to file your wnr-
: has been larger records indicate increases in I were Garth Nobles Wy- Answer or defenses to the romp,:.ii.

and more enjoyable than the oth- all types of library materials.The I man Garland Ralph Hall La- filed entitled herein against you in the etn." -
cause in the office of the CJ-u'
ers, and Chairman John C. Campof bookmobiles particularly Voye Boggus and John Adicks. SALE of the CtreuK Court m and for Suwan\

Jasper predicts the 1963 edi- showed high gains. Columbia Kent's A & W Root Beer stand .i.- nee Court County.House Florid ia Live, at Oak.his Florida off ire in.t ca c

tion kill top them all in enjoy- County both libraries in Madison donated the doughnuts for the befre Tuesday, April tth.. 1961. a ;

ment. County and the library here event. serve, upon a copy J. L.of Black such well.Answer plaintiffs or H"f.es. .A'. =,-

Chief guest of honor of course showed the greatest gains over The Support of Churches Committee terDe herein wbo.e address is I J

will be Governor Farris Bryant the first quarter this year. with the aid of the Key Oak Florida on or Wen saId da'.> aT-
repaired by the laws of Florida I.' J
f who took part in the 1961 Boat- The Suwannee River Regional Club put up the large cross on Florida Rales of Civil Procedure If ; .

A-Cade with the same enthusiasmas Library system includes Suwannee. the Courthouse square. A be fail entered to do so decree pro confess w,; .
against for the _
you T< *s
.
did former Governor Leroy Columbia. Dixie Gilchrist contained hi the complaint

Collins before him. Hamilton Lafayette and Madi-' Arthur J. Ball Passes i tare You of are said further suit is notified to partition that the ho r r::*-

Virtually all of the state's legislators son. estate herein after described to-wi T-ia

along with Cabinet and Funeral Held MondayFuneral Cole Steel Desk Northwest Quarter of Northwest W,.
ter of Section 12. Township 2. S _',r
Little Cabinet members and oth- services were conducted Range 14 East in Suwannee County,
The name of the Court -
in which
er key officials, will be on hand. Fireman's Ball Monday afternoon at New suit has been instituted is the fV

Attendance is by invitation only. Smyrna Beach for Mr. Arthur J. Court of the Third Judicial Cirr-,'! .
Boat-A-Cade will begin at Slated SaturdayThe and for Sn wan nee County, Florida, c!
The ElizabethBall
Miss
Ball father of : the abbreviated title of this caRe 'J" i
Branford with an afternoon Live Oak Fireman's As- director of the Suwannee W. Deese. and wife, Gladys B, 1.0.'
cruise down the Suwannee' River, sociation will hold its second an- Regular $250.00Gray -vs- LiSa Hill a widow ta).
River Regional Library.Mr. It is hereby ordered that this cr!-"'
up into the Santa Fe River then nual fireman's ball Saturday. Ball had made many and notice shall be published (In"> a
April 20, at the Elks Lodge. week for four consecutive weeks < ', .
on to Fannin Springs. Next day friends in this area during his publications) in The Sawaanee D
the cruise will continue on to the The ball will feature the Cava- visits here. ;:0.: With Formica crat a newspaper published in J'rr, ,.

l town of Suwannee at the mouth liers piece from band.Jacksonville- Tickets a being six- Top h having 3ak, Suwannee a general County circulation Florida.in Suwi-t.:.
are -

of Meals the river.for the distinguished sold by all firemen for $2 per D. J. Mills ReunionTo j.I _,T : ,: nee WITNESS County Florida.my hand M Clerk of. t' -
Circuit Curt ad the seal of said ( .
couple. A door prize will be giv
guests will be prepared by the Be Held Sunday in Live Oak. Sawaane County Flnr::'
on this 21th day of A. D
March 1 i'LA J'
Branford Area Men's Club the en.The affair will begin at 9:30: The D. J. Mills reunion will be VAUGHN A. SESSION'S

Game and Fresh Water Fish p.m. and continue until 1:30 a.m. held Sunday at Suwannee River COLE STEEL CHAIR Snwaanee Clerk Cfrevtt Gouty.Court Florida

Commission, and the Board of The public is invited. State Park at Ellaville.All : (SEAL)

Conservation. Other activities and relatives and friends are By Pearl Ca aon, D.C
U-U
entertainment will be provided to invited to attend and bring a Regular $29.95 '

make the criuse a memorable one. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) picnic lunch. _, NOTICE WHOM OF IT LOCAL MAY CONCERN LEGISLATIONTO

Notice ia hereby given of in te rr' -
apply to the IMS Session of the i .
Green With Gray Metal Legislation for the passage of ,-- c
or acts, to amend and supplenxr' _
.. amend or supplement, the Charter ?t
Prepare Today For Those Rainy Days! ;,0 -. City of Live Oak Florida a* err.
.
.
... 0- to provide for one or more of th>

F.. : lowing 1. To: permit the City Council '
the compensation to be paid the : '
3'O; : ef Potte. otherwise known as thr K.
Account < shal. and to change the (romper-
Your Savings t* be received by said officer Open TodayYou ; term of office;
:_' _': --f-. 2. To provide, hi the event tJt-. ,
BOTHCHAIR Council should hereafter elect 110
for a municipal) court and its > ,r -
\ tien; the office of municipal

never know when you'll need the little extra money that couldbe -:-:,,:.' provide compensation for his and appointment.duties; and! ,

saved now. Why not start a savings account and let us help buildit event such municipal court i-
)shed for the i
of the
by paying a 4%% dividend on your money? All savings by the era new* vested suspension in the office of Vas

from the 1st and insured set et ia Section (IB) of A-
will to '
20th they're 10000.
earn up : AND DESK 10, aaaU City Charter during r.-:
period or periods a municipal: '
1 shall be fa operation
CITY OF LIVE OAR

REMEMBER ot DIVIDEND SEAL) By Harvey City W.Clerk Per','

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411 4 -,0 $18500McCRIMON'S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COLIN ;.'

WE'RE PAYING PER ANNUM Only FLORIDA.PROBATE AND FOR SUWANNEE JURISDICTC COUN[ ,


IN BE: The Estate of
I WALTER I. GARNER.

"" PAYABLE JUNE 30 AND DECEMBER 31 deee. ed.
Notice Of Filaar Petition Far Fias.
I Discharge Of Admfafatratrtx
c TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
Notice fa hereby given tJtat.I :
FIRST FEDERAL I fed wy final returns as admin-; ;. -.
\ I of the estate of Walter L Garner .
ceased; that I have filed my i *'
\ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ; for final discharge, and that I w.. ,
OFFICE SUPPLY Ply to the Hoa Sate Brown ('i..-

*' '* 305 East Howard St. Phone 362-3433 -_ / Judge of fcwaanee Canty, Florida!
III11 Monday May th, mi. for
"pny*
..,+ LIVE OAK, FLORIDA s'.% 108 E. Howard Street Phone 362-2171 the same aad far final discharge a. .
.t OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER ministratrtx at tfce estate of Walter
S1SERVING THE HEART VALLEY Garner, deceased.

MEMBERS : LIVE OAK FLORIDA April fth. IMS.
Federal' Home Loan Bank System Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation -, VELA E. GARNER
-. AindaJstntrix of the es.a,e .

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and Mrs. Harvey Harrisof returned home after a reeeot Visit -

Jacksonville visited Mr. and with relatives in Behind. Melbourne -

uWANNEqEMoCRAT Mrs. A. R. Hatch and family Sun- South Miami Lake PteefeL

day.Mrs. Mrs. R. G. Fitch is on an extended -
Mae Hatch had as guests visit with relatives in
over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Hartford N. C.
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I I Wilson Cason and family of Fort
Mrs. A. C. Geiger had as herdinner
Walton Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
guests Wednesday, her
Charlie Pike and family of Cocoa -
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 18 1963 VOL. NO. son. Captain John Geiger of Nad-
78, 49 and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
_ guhas. Tex., Miss Eva Mae Geigerand
Lacquey and family of Gaines-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Atwellof
ville. Mrs. Hatch returned to Fort
Jacksonville, Mrs. F. J. Mc-
News From Branford .yae. s __ Walton with her daughter for a Clendon of Lake City and Mr.

___________ visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Rudolph Hatch and Mrs. Perry Geiger and fam-
____ ily of Branford.
and family were visitors in Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moore of
BY: MRS. LOIS WIWAMS Mx& sonville. Thursday.Mrs. Jacksonville spent the week end
Robert Fletcher Mrs.
her visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawt
Thelma Atwell. and Mrs. Roy Sims.
Gilley visited Mrs. Atwell's and
Superintendent SpeaksDiscusses Sunrise Services Mrs. Mr. and Mrs R. T. Gupton and
Gilley's brother in Miami

Hall School Accreditation over the week end. daughter. Jr., Chris Mechelle.Mueret,son and Ronnie RobertT.
Well AttendedEaster Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas
DeLaura of
f Ik0u and of Tampa spent the weekend
son Gainesville visited Mr.
Sunrise Services held at and Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Jo-I here visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Standards At Branford P-TA MeetBy M. D. Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan cele-
Ivey Memorial Park Sunday at ann over the week end.
brated his 83rd
birthday Sunday.
6 am. were well attended. ,1 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomasand
R.M. ChandlerThe Rual Chandler student at the
The services were sponsored by i-- family and Mr. and Mrs. University of
Florida and
Dan-
regular meeting of the Branford P-TA was held Branford Ministerial Associationand Charles Thomas visited Mr. and
ny Chandler student at
Presby
April 11,J.963, in the school cafeteria, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. the following local pastorswere '- Mrs. Paul Gresham of Tallahassee terian College at St. Petersburg

Owen led the group in prayer, after which Mr. Chandlerled in charge: Rev. Allen Price r. Sunday. spent the holidays at home wtth

in the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Branford Baptist Church; Rev. W. ; :. .. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price and their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
:Mr. E. Priest Branford Methodist family were visitors in Gainesvilleand Chandler.
Mr. Geiger, principal, introduced our speaker,
Church; Rev. C. L. Harper other places Saturday after-
Ralph Hall principal of Suwannee get for the committee. It was Larry Jonas Charles Kllpatriok,
Church of God and Rev. Powell
High School. Hall gave an moved and seconded that the organization ; noon. and Don G. Philpot, Branford
Assembly of God. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wood Jr.
interesting talk concerning eval- pay the difference High School seniors spent the
Bill Miller was music director and family of Jasper visited Mr.
uation of our school for accredI- above $50 that was needed for by 3 \ Easter holidays in Daytona Beach.
and Mrs. Leon Hatch rendereda and Mrs. J. I. Wood Sr. and
tation on a state and college accreditation beautification.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilkerson
level next year. Ruby Smith gave a report special song. The Branford friends Sunday.Mr. and daughters of Brunswick Ga.,
Volunteer Fire Department serv- and Mrs. A. O.Dorsett have
Geiger introduced Superin-I for the Nominating Committeefor were week end visitors of their
ed hot coffee and doughnuts at
tendent Everett L. Williamson the coming year: parents Mr. and Mrs. Buis Jon-
the close of the service.
who gave information concerningnew R. M. Chandler president; Mrs. Frostproof brother of Mr. Can- as and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilk
library facilities. The foundation Shirley Hatch vice president; non; Mrs. Mary English of, Uma- erson.
is to be laid in the next Mrs.Jeannette Roberts secretary; Branford LibrarySets tilla, sister of Mr. Cannon; Mr. Daniel Wilkerson of Charleston -

few days. and Mrs. Juanita Fletcher trea- Open HouseAn and Mrs. Jerry Kelly of Jacksonville > S. C., spent the week end
The minutes of the last meet- surer. 100 Guests Attend Mrs. Dorothy Walker of here with his parents. Mr. and
house at the Branford
ing were read and approved. A It was moved and seconded that open Lake City Mrs. Vera Garner and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson.

thank you note was read from the report be accepted.Mrs. Branch Library is scheduled for Mr. And Mrs. R. M. Cannon ,- Ernest Godwin of Live Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenof
Tuesday in recognition of Na-
Mrs. Robert Weaver thanking all Ruby Smith chairman of Mrs. Frances Godwin and Mr. and Macclenny were week end
the parents for helping her in her the May Day program stated that tional Library Week. The open Mrs. E. J. Lovett of White visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bps
house will be held from 9-12 ajn. I
work as chairman of the Audio- they have a very interesting pro- Celebrate Golden AnniversaryMr. Springs. Jonas.
Refreshments will be served
Visual Committee. gram planned and urged everyone : .,
Geiger chairman of the Beau- to attend the program planned : and the public is invited. and Mrs. R. M. Cannon of during the afternoon.The .

tification Committee gave a sum- for May 1. I Branford celebrated their Golden couple received many lovely CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING

mary of its intentions. The com Geiger reported that the Civil ing place Monday night at 7:30. Wedding Anniversary Saturday, gifts. Mrs. Mary Odom nieceof ENGINEERSFOR
mittee lacked sufficient funds as Defense classes are still in progress After this meeting the time will March 23 at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon and Mrs.
only $50 was set aside in the bud- with the next meeting tak- return to Thursday night at 7:30. The refreshment table was overlaid Etta Strickland cut and served LP OR NATURAL GAS
Everyone is urged to attend the with a white linen cloth cake. Mrs. Iola Cannon poured We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
of the P-TA for this lace blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
last meeting and covered with a white punch. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon had
for LP and Natural Gas.
fiscal year. Thursday night, May cloth. Yellow carnations and both of their children present for
DINE AND DANCE We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
16, at 7:30. At this time all com- daffodils were placed on the refreshment the occasion who are Mr. and customer prefers.

mittees will make a written report table and buffet. The Mrs. Burman Cannon and familyof SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS

NIGHTLY of progress accomplished three tiered wedding cake was Portsmouth Va., and Mr. and

BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT during the year. This meetingwill decorated in white trimmed with Mrs. Billie Cannon and family of W. C. COPELAND JR.
be preceded by the executive yellow and held a miniature bride Eustis. ,

Admission: $2.00 Couple On FridayNO board meeting on Tuesday, May and groom. Other out of town relatives HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida

:MINORS PLEASE 14, at 3:30 pjn. About one hundred guests called present were K. S. Cannon of
In the absence of Robert Wea-

LITTLE HICKORYFormerly ver, president and Mrs. Shirley

.Hatch vice president who was ill, :
PERFORMANCE
Country Kitchen R. M. Chandler. presided.. TOTAL

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()f g ;fh Mrs.Helen Massengill Masters CircleThe Hosts Moody Chorale Group To Perform HereThe At Stephen Foster Memorial t I:-;


Helen Masters Circle of 1963 Florida Folk Festival
the First Baptist Church met s.C .
with Mrs. J. W. Massengill Mon- .vp(Q

WOMENCLARA day afternoon one visitor with present.nine membersand To Resemble 3-Ring CircusThe

Miss Shirley Mills serving as
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S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Youth the Week meeting.Mrs. chairman. presidedover aspects of the old-time three-ring circus during its 11th

Annie Wilhelm gave the annual renewal at the Stephen Foster Memorial here

t Church Circle Meets Garden Club CirclesTo devotional from James 16:7-22 May 3-4-5, Thelma A. Boltin, director of the colorful

followed by a poem read by Mrs. event, said today."Of .
With Mrs. Mizell Hold Meetings Wilhelm who also led in prayer !! course the main perform- first week end in May coincidingwith

Mrs. Ethel Mizell was hostessto The following Garden Club remembering missionaries on ances will continue to be on the National Music Week. Th

the Violet Popp Circle of the circles will meet Friday after- the Calendar of Prayer. ] Memorial's outdoor stage overlooking seven formal programs are scheduled -
First Baptist Church Monday af noon at 3:30: Azalea Circle The chairmen's reports were Moody Chorale a 40-voice choir directed by Kerchal the Suwannee River" at 10 ajn., 1:30: and 7:30

ternoon. There were sixmembers with Iklrs. Ed Butler Camellia presented during the business Armstrong, will present a concert of sacred music at the First Miss Boltin said "but we are pan. on Friday and Saturday

and four visitors present. Circle with Mrs. W. IL Par- meeting. Baptist Church here on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. planning a multitude of associated May 3-4, with the concluding pro

I.. Miss Elizabeth Jackson actedas ramore, and Dogwood Circle The program "Enlistment For This is a cappella choir from Moody Bible Institute in Chicagoand or satellite activities to entertain gram at 3 p-m., Sunday May 5
: Missions", was given by Mrs. ; visitors at several points in Because of the various
circle chairman in observance with Sirs. H. J. Boyles. has gained a reputation on two continents as an outstanding parties
i r of Youth Week. The Redbud Circle will meet I Clayton Bass who was assisted*by choral.group. In 1951 and 1958 the Moody Chorale made trips to the park. patton events Miss Boltin said
the several members of the circle. "For example, there will be a she hopes that visitors "will briru
Mrs. Henry Skinner opened Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock :
Europe, presenting more than 100 concerts in six different countries.No
meeting with prayer. with Mrs. Elmer Browning. Mrs. Massengill served refresh- Punch and Judy show for children along your dancing shoes your
admission The
charge required to enjoy. the concert.
The program was taken from ments at the close of the meeting. there will be two arts and musical instruments to play in.
the Royal Service Magazine and public is invited.Firemen crafts tents with a wide varietyof hoedown sessions, any colorful

presented in panel form by Mrs. Ann Parhani Circle Met products exhibits will be shownIn costumes from the old days and
Jackson Bispham Mrs. H. L. Goff, Mrs Butler HostessTo the Carillon Tower and Foster samples of old-timey hand-crafts
Mrs. Austin Harrell Mrs. Mizell With Mrs. Bryant:; Mon. Executive BoardThe Attend Bridge Club MeetsThe Museum, and several groups planto and home remedies".

Mrs. Skinner, and Mrs. S. A. The Ann Parham Circle of the Wednesday Afternoon serve meals representing vari- The festival which draws many
Williams. First Baptist Church met Monday Executive Board of the Bridge Club met at the home of ous nationalities."We thousands of Floridians Georgians -

The business meeting was con- afternoon with Mrs. G. C. Bryant Live Oak Garden Club Inc., met Extension CourseThe Mrs. Tom Minter, April 10. plan to have any numberof and tourists annually. t-;

ducted by Mrs. Skinner who was with 10 members and one new in the home of Mrs. Ed Butler An arrangement of red roses participation events to give sponsored by the Stephen Foste:'
assisted by Miss Jackson. member Mrs. Raymond Hardee Tuesday at 9:30 ajn. with four- Branford Volunteer Fire- was placed on the TV. Those spectators an opportunity to get Memorial Commission the Step-
teen members present. men attended a 15 hour course in playing bridge with Mrs. Minter acquainted with folk hen
Refreshments were served by present. singers, Foster Folklore Guild and
the hostess at the close of the Miss Dianne McMullen presided Mrs. George Allen president "Approach in Fire Fighting Tactics" were Mrs. Fred Jones Mrs. Lois dancers, water witchers. whip the Florida Federation of Musk

meeting. as acting chairman in observ- presided over the meeting. taught here last week by Sisson, Mrs. R. G. Griffith. Mrs. crackers, and other performers.A Clubs. There is no charge for the

.. ance of Youth Week. She was assisted Mrs. John Castleberry read the Mike Ellis Florida State Fire W. B. Thomas Mrs. S. L. Townsend folk dance workshop is sche- event, other than the usual gate

by Mrs. M. H. Hingson. Garden Club prayer. College of Ocala. Mrs. W. S. Ware and Mrs. duled, and we plan to have folk fee for entrance into the Mem-
$ Workshop To Be Held circle chairman.Mrs. Plans were made for a rehearsal The course was informativeand W. R. Hill. singing and dancing get-togeth orial's spacious and beautiful

At Garden CenterThe Jimmy Dees program dinner to be served Thurs- beneficial to the local fire Mrs. Townsend won high score. ers after the regular programs."In grounds, on which are locatedthe
chairman presented the program day, April 25, at the Garden Cen- department. The meeting was At the close of the game Mrs. short." Miss Boltin said, Foster Museum and the 97-
Live Oak Garden Club Inc., well attended and certificates will
and was assisted by Mrs. Hing- ter.Notice Minter served cookies and orange "we are trying to expose all interested bell carillon tower overlookingthe
that workshop in be issued to those attending each
announces. a was given of the Dis- sherbert.
son, Mrs. Ike Abbott, Mrs. G. B. visitors to the old trea- Suwannee River.
flower arrangement with emphasis Dees Sr., Mrs. J. K. Gaskin and trict Three Presidents' Conferenceto night. . sured ways and days of our fore- .
on color will be held April be held here May 9. "
Miss Bessie Simpson.Mrs. fathers. The trouble with the
internal
22-23 from 1:30 to 3:30- p.m. at- Margaret Aiken closed the The Nominating Committee reported Sunbeams Homecoming At Mt. As usual the festival with its revenue people is they really believe -
the Garden Center.
meeting with prayer.Refreshments that all present officers Enjoy 2,000 or more
Pisgah participating entertainers the United States is a landof
SundayMt.
Mrs. Jack White will be the instructor -
had agreed to serve for
another
were served by Easter: Egg Hunt from Florida and several untold wealth. The Tribune
for the workshop.For Pisgah Baptist Church will
I the hostess during the social hour. year.Mrs. The Sunbeams of the First other states will be held the Great Bend Kansas.
information and registra-i O'Donald Hatch finance observe homecoming with all day
tion call Mrs. ODonald Hatch chairman reported that Baptist Church enjoyed an Eas- services Sunday.A .
a rum- AfMWMWWWMWWW!
362-1159. ter Egg Hunt and party at the picnic diner will be served at
sale would be held
Fay Taylor Circle mage Satur-
bf
home Mr. and Mrs. A. Perry noon.
day.
Met With Mrs. DavisMrs. Geiger Friday, April 12. Members and friends are invit- To
New Location
Moving
LOW INTEREST Cornelius B. Davis was After an exciting time finding ed to attend.
Ida Haddock Class eggs refreshments of cakes .
LONG TERM hostess to the Fay Taylor Circle Has cup
of the First Baptist Church when Covered Dish cookies and punch was served. LannleyAtton cis
Supper
Miniature Easter baskets filled
Federal Land they met. Monday night. There WOOLEY'SINSURANCE
were ten members and two visit- The Ida Haddock Bible Class of with candies were given as fav Sales ConferenceWendell
Bank Loans the First Methodist Church met ors. The adults attending with
ors present. B. Langley of Live
Tuesday evening April 9, at the their children Mrs. Juanita
were AGENCYIS
Miss Nell Evans Youth Week Oak division manager of Radia-
CONTACT church for their regular monthly Fletcher Mrs. Jackie Thompson
representative gave the devo- tor Chemical Corporation in
meeting and covered dish supper. Mrs.. John Humphries Rev. and
tional and Mrs. Douglas Cheneyled Georgia Florida and Alabama
LOCAL OFFICE There were eleven members and Mrs. Allen- Price Mrs. James MOVING TO
in prayer. recently attended a "Top Ten"
Telephone Mrs. Paul Byrd presided over six visitors present. Odom, Mrs. Vera Moses Mrs. sales conference at the company'shome Comer of Ohio
Mrs. Roy Hunter and ParshleyNEXT
the business meeting. gave the devotional Horace Mathis and Mrs. Irene office in Scottsdale Ariz.

362-1525 The circle voted to send a love and the Rev. Spivey Rajas. Langley has been with the com- TO POSTOFFICE
Brabham led in .
gift to the Rev. and Mrs. D. A.I prayer. pany for the past three years. Ra-
Mrs. C. J. Dean class president Fidelis Class Honors diator Chemical Corporation is 406 South Ohio Ave
presided over the meeting.The .
the world's largest producer of oJ -
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class will meet at the Mrs. Lewis Bell
powdered radiator
For All Your Needs church for their May meeting and The Fidelis Class of the First .sealer. J Phone 362-2119

Mrs. L. M. Crews Sr. will give, Baptist Church, honored their (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
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LP Card Of ThanksWe night April 18, al the home of sny !
GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE Mrs. W. 'B. Thomas. i
would like to take this
opportunity The
group enjoyed a social hourof
to thank each one for
visiting after which they were
the flowers food, phone
calls
served cake ice cream and lem-
cards visits and prayers during onade.

ARTHUR CROWE the illness and death of our Those attending were Mrs.
mother, Mrs.
Nancy Hingson. Robert Odom Mrs. Myrtle Cribbs
Mailon HingsonMrs. Mrs. V. M. Moses Mrs. Lloyd
; AT Nellie Hart
Cribbs Mrs. Lawton Sims, Mrs.
Mrs. Donella. Ward Annie Rousch Mrs. R. G. Griffith -
Mrs. Fred Jones and Mrs.
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IN LIVE OAKWe has been elected to membershipin Birth Announcement

the American Angus Associa- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michael lEtrwasrm.

tion at St. Joseph Mo., announces Fletcher of Branford announcethe : : :..

Can Serve You Better More EconomicallyffTwI Frank Richards, secretary. birth of a son Thursday, April

11, in the Alachua General Hos- ::.wo-nxwnyr. r" ; 'y ;:aYnY
Bonnell, missionaries to Nigeria. pital in Gainesville.The axm 4%406 'iA

The program "Enlistments For baby has been named

Missions", was presented by Mrs. Charles Michael (Mike) Fletcher -
James L. Long assisted by Mrs. n.

GAS APPLIANCES Tom Abercrombie Mrs. Troy itius. Fletcher will be remembered -
Skipper and Mrs W. R. Howes. < as the former Myr. Lou

uavgPn R.et mse r r 'es e se ed hT .kd rr %5, E'Z".ttstd.
[the hostess at the close
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cured. The best barn of tobacco that I have ever cured came out of

_,this barn. It weighed 1446 pounds and averaged $70.21. Tobacco sold I

on three different warehouse floors and no one could determinethat

. it was cured in a bulk barn the Government graders, the j

warehousemen, or the buyers."I .

.1 c intend to add another bulk bnrn in 1963. The general opinion -

of the neD i hbors who used the barn i< very favorable. Getting

_ + tobacco in order with this barn is .not any' problem. We cured

Rheems 64. 80F, Hicks and White Gold and 316. I switched aroundto
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several fields, and could find no difference whatsoever in qualityof

bulk and regular curinq. My oil bill for bulk curing averaged

about $22.00 per barn and about S38.00 per barn for regular barn.

My labor bill for harvestina each barn ran from $21.00 to $32.00per

barn. One of my neiahbors figured his bill for a regular barn
with 1,058 pounds at $59.00."
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FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGO \


Suicannee DemocratSubscriptions I I HALF c. fYAST TEEN I

'Jury.Finds No Criminal Cases S


,
Here is a list of new subscrip- -

tions and renewedto
(This is another in a seriesof canister,shot, and chain were also APRIL 27 According to a According to an announcement, subscriptions
the Suwannee Democrat
articles that feature Floridaa seized. Federal Navy report the U. S. S. the young ladies of Tallahassee from

hundred years ago, publishedby The U* S. S. Octorara captured Preble was accidentally destroyed are planning a fair and festivalto April 5 to April 12.
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
the Florida Civil War Cen- the British blockade runner W. Y. today while at anchor off Pensa- be held on Wednesday, May 7.
tennial Commission.) Leitch just east of Florida. There it is been M. G. Kirkland, LakelandR. IPUNNO...
cola.The They have, reported P. Williams Oil Co..
Edited by Dr. Samuel Proctor was a cargo of salt aboard the Confederate War Department busy "for some time employing Mrs. Lester L. Hopkins Mayo O'Brien I JUST MYEANUht10MFUT
University of Florida vessel. has today ordered Major
,
English their bright fancies and rosy Davie Fielding Lakeland
APRIL 20 r-r- The circuit'court APRIL 21 The Mobile Tribune General Dabney H. Maury to take fingers in the creation of numer- Raymon Land ABLE FEELING.
grand Jury of Madison County in-, says that the Southern salt over command of the District of ous; beautiful and useful articles, BranfordSUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs.
forms Judge J. Wayles Baker thatit much of it coming from the Gulf.
.
supplies and will offer them to the M. L. Fletcher
has found "no..cases of a crime the manufacturies in Florida, are APRIL 28 The Florida Sen- public at good prices. E. Bruner L. O., McAlpinA.
inal character for our consideration" increasing. tinel in a lengthy editorial, com-
!! "They will also have an elegant Mrs. F. Thompson, Rt., L. O.
plains that Florida volunteers,
will
'The reports that there be
for the occasion Mrs. H. V. Johns
supper prepared JacksonvilleW.
The Madison jail was examined notwithstanding their specific ,.
dearth of it there last
a as was
sufficient to the appetite ofa E.
and found to be in "a dilapidated year are false and have been set rights under law, are not being tempt Gillis Columbus, Miss. iil
while flowers and brilliant
king Mrs. Arthur H.
and unsafe condttlon;"the flooring afoot by speculators and salt- allowed to enter regiments of their ; Berwick, Lake S.
lights, will add their attractions to Worth
and all the basement are wry makers for the of saving own state and of their own choice. -
purpose the scene". Mrs.
Clyde Griffin
much decayed and the rooms are themselves or keeping their ket- According to the paper, con- Branford
The Education Association of North
found I Florida Junior College,
filthily keptThe jury script officers, under command of GENSE
tles boiling to the tune of at least the Confederate States Is meetingin Madison
public highways much neglected General Howell Cobb, recently en- :
bushel. Instead of there being
$20 a Columbia, S. C. Six states including Robert Holmes, Rt., L. O. ,
the condition of our listed
"owing to men from Taylor, Madison, _:
any danger of a scarcity, Florida, representedand K. C. Christen
are Rt., L. O.
this
country brought on us by unholy and Lafayette Counties and would
there is every reason to believe there are about 70 delegates C. J. Brown, Branford
.
not let them Florida
war period" join to units,
will be abund-
that there
a
super
It also recommends that Madison insisting that they enlist in the present. Mary Brockington, L. O.
Conty farmers "plant entirely I ance. First Georgia Regulars. The object is to promote edu- J.R. Windham Pompano Beach ,1
crop". According to the casualty report cation throughout the Confederacy. O. W. Bernheim, L. O.

The a provision Confederate Congress' new 6f the 1st Regiment Florida It has passed a resolution Studstill Monument, Co., Val-

levies 8 Cavalry, nineteen Florida men urging ,state authorities to recog- dosta; Ga.
tax bill passed today an Florida
per cent tax on the value of .all were killed, wounded and captured I' Forestry nize the importance of state sys- Verner Bevan, L. O. ,.
at the recent battle near tems of public schools and the Mrs. W. D. Davenport Rt., L.O.
naval stores, salt, wines, liquors,
Danville, Ky. Nears Billion appointment of a superintendentof Gary E. Snow OrlandoDr.
tobacco, cotton, wool, flour, sugar
molasses, syrup, rice, and other The following notice is issued public instruction. The Associ- E. G. Haskell Jr., Tallahassee "'Y l
from Newport from Captain ation also pledges itself to give
agricultural products held or
George W. Scott, Company D, 2nd Dollar Industry preferance to textbooks prepared -
owned_ as of July 1, 1863, and not
neeessarv for family consumption.It Florida Cavalry: "Volunteerswanted. .. .. by Southerners, some of which Some 15 nations, including the SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
provides a tax"on trades and -few gooa men, weii- Florida's forest output already have already been published and United States, send out a fleet of BUILDING NEEDS

businesses; an ad valorem tax on mounted will be received. in this the second largest industryin are in great demand.A about 30 full-rigged ships, barks,

sales and rentals and receipts of Company." the state and one of the largestin leading objective of Southern barkentines, brigantines, and top- PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
APRIL 22 The U. S. Octo- Suwannee County can reach schools will be educating sail schooners on training cruises
hotels taverns, and eating houses PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
; a 5 per cent tax on incomes rara has seized the blockade running one billion dollars annually.: young men, disabled by the war, for tomorrow's mariners, the Na-

between $500 and $1,500; a 10 per British schooner Handy with Key to doubling the present as teachers. tional Geographic Society says in Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
the Florida East in jobs and its book, "Men Ships And The
cent tax on incomes between $1- cargo of salt, off value, so important ;;

500 and $5,000; 12& per cent tax Coast. payrolls, rests with 93,000 ownersof The Florida Arthritis and Sea".
-
Brown of Georgia small woodland tracts through Builders
on incomes between $5,000 'and Governor Rheumatism Foundation is the The world's largest producer of Langford SupplyEast
letter recently timber management
$10,000; and a 15 per cent tax on acknowledges a improved only voluntary health
incomes received from Governor Milton according to the Florida Forest agency snake venom for medicinal pur- Ilelvenston Street Phone 362-2873
over $15,000. dedicated to the problems of arth- poses is Ross Allen's Reptile Institute LIVE OAK FLORIDA
There .is also a 10 per cent tax and admits that the Georgia leg- Service. ritis and rheumatism.
at
Florida's
refused to enact a Half Florida's commercial Silver Springs.
on all profits made during the islature had of
past year from sales of provision, bill restricting the planting of forest land belongs to small wood-

forage, shoes, and clothing.A cotton. Brown says that the bread< land owners whose average size
landing party from the U. S. question is the vital one and he is holding is 100 acres. Some of these 3-+1-H

S. Port Royal today captured a impelled to do all in his "powerto landowners and timbermen are already -

quantity of cotton at Apalachicola. restrict the planting of cotton getting the maximum pro-

Three prisoners and some and tobacco and to increase the duction and dollar return from !
production of such articles as are their trees. Most of them are not.

useful to sustain life, and I con- But increasing numbers of small FIRST

FOR YOUR fess that my hopes that all may woodland owners are working toward Announcing The

TREE TRIMMING & yet be well are not without fears more efficient productionfrom
that we may have great troublein their forest acreage.
TREE REMOVAL feeding the army and people The Florida Forest Service farm

TRENCHING OR next year if the war continues". forester is a specialist in timber

DITCHING APRIL 23 The U. S. S. Tioga management. His job is to help Bulk Tobacco Harvester That
Quickly
has seized the blockade running the timber grower, on request, to -
CALL British sloop Justina bound from realize more profit from pulpwood,

FIQodConstruction the Indian River to Nassau with saw timber naval stores, and other Converts to a Conventional Machine

cargo of cotton. forest products. .. ,.. .' .
Co. APRIL 26 The U. S. S. Saga- Measures Against InsectsIn .> : '- :

more captured the schooner New sizing up a particular forest J"C; .'.....,
.
362-2101 Year with cargo of turpentine and tract, the forester may recom- 'f. ,'_O..1.-' .I.

----- cotton off Tortugas today. mend measures against forest insects ; ,
and diseases which damage ;

trees. Or, if a timber stand is too -. }
thin, it may be profitable to plant c. Y
IRRIGATION additional pine seedlings. Fores- i

ters may suggest culling out low

quality trees, thereby releasing the
COMPLETE SYSTEMS
growth of desirable trees.If .
INSTALLED & FINANCED the timber stand is too thick,

then thinning or selective cutting

DISTRIBUTORS FOR: may be in order. Timber too thick

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS is not> : tiaiit? and tires: not: sv: ..-
at the fastest or most profitable< .
CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU.
rate.Good %
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS timber management often .
means plowing fire lines to pro-
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE tect timber stand from wildfire.

RACE AND RACE AND The farm forester will help
mark timber for cutting, and he
SURE RANE FITTINGSPLAN may advise securing bids. from ;;
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various buyers to insure the own-
NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE ;
er getting the best possible price. ,

IRRIGATION NEEDS The farm forester may suggest alternate 5i1ent 9JzH 5de4:74me:

'f ESTIMATES GIVEN forest uses to the owner,,
such as selling hunting or fishing
: GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY rights, or offering a portion of the
With Chain and Stick Holders
woodland for commercial camp- 6 With Bulk Conveyor Belts

Use up to four people to tie tobacco on sticks.
ing.The
small woodland owner, especially Four conveyor chains (two on each side) give each primer 6011-bearing turn-table for holding bulk rocks. Load one
HACKNEY BROTHERS
will find the farm forester's and looper his own chain. This makes for a very high rack, spin table with empty rock on other side and It's
skill and technical know-how speed operation when needed and makes it possible to
Phone 752-3161 put in two barns
valuable. The forester can help setup per day. in position for filling.. Only short distance to lift fINed
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA a suggested timber improve- All leaf holders face to platform of machine for foster

ment program and guide the land- tying. rack onto platform. Lift holds 12 to 14 frHed bulk rocks.

owner to practices that quality for ,
FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. Conservation Program payments. Convert from Bulk Machine in Conventional Tobacco Harvester in One Hour or Less'/

Such payments help defray the
Phone FO 2-2571 J
initial cost of tree planting hard-

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA wood control, fire line plowing, or

pruning.Ward's .

VARIABLE SPEED BELT OR CHAIN CONTROL with

hydraulic drive Just dial the proper conveyor '

speed, regardless of ground speed. This is a major i '

Inc. Improvement in the conveyw drive since cable belt '
Enterprises <.:
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Holds 12 to 14 bulk racks or 100 to 125 regular ? yf
MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS d
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Our New Fertilizer Plant In Branford -::

ALL-STEEL LADDER on each side of machine.LARGE i

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PLATFORM for free movement of workers.

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POSITIVE VARIABLE SPEED FRONT WHEEL DRIVE
CALL US FOR PROMPT DELIVERY Bay this harvester with either efca& conveyors and :tick holders for core.
makes it
r possible to change ground speed without lento aa) stringing or with conveyor belts and collector pans then add

touching throttle. the other whenever seeded. Either quickly ua-bolted and the other side
935.2101 776.2191 frame added.Menufacured.


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service all )!1@ For.fast, economical repair on your farm equipment bringit > Tarboro. NGaartnpotf. r Iowa
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NewsletterBy SHS Instructor State Chamber ReportsFlorida's

Capital I CANDY Tomb DorrHADTt --I. i Shows ArtsNational Film Economy Must Boom


Congressman Don Fuqua To Pace With
Keep PopulationFlorida's
OHTHAT! I SOLD At MeetKenneth
I National Debt Picture to; be an economy minded Congress IT.
Hi MRHE FFER How's economy must expand by two-thirds during
,
One of the continuing problems vitally concerned with the industrial arts
YOUR T1MY FOREIGN Wood the sixties in order to provide employment for its gaining
i facing this nation is that of our fiscal integrity of this nation. .f teacher at Suwannee High School
.CAR? s population, the Florida State Chamber of Commerce
national debt. This is a problem Forestry Day In Live OakI appeared at the annual conven-
which has concerned me for a am looking forward to being tion of the American IndustrialArts stated in Weekly Business Review released today.
long time.Shortly. in Live Oak on April 11 for thej'orestry Association last week and "In 1960, Floridians gainfully employed or seeking
after taking office as a Day being planned by narrated a film portraying about employment of all types totaled years. .
member of the Congress I introduced the; Seaboard Railroad. This day 'DoRR.I..I 25 SHS students. 1887000. This labor force figure "Significantly eropfeaate is
-a bill which calls attentionto will bring some of the leading Wood who was encouraged to included wage and salaried workers placed on the number of young
the national debt and one pos- Industrialists in the nation and make this presentation by the professionals and the self employed men and women (14 to 24 yearsof
sible means of beginning- its re- they are coming from all corners State Department of Education both men and women" age) in the labor force. ThIs
payment.The of this nation to our district to. showed the film to approximately the trade body said. group is expected to (grow at a
bill I introduced providesfor participate in this program.It will 500 teachers aid supervisors of "Projections of the nation's faster rate than other groups
a reduction of the federal give an opportunity to shotir them industrial arts from all over the man-power resources made by especially the bracket beyond 56
debt now outstanding at the rate the great potential of our section. nation. federal agencies placed Florida's years of age.
of at least 1 per cent per year. Other members of the Congress >....EVERy BLEW THE The film portrayed the. Indus- labor force at 3,158,000 personsby "A slightly larger proportion of
My thought is that if we were to the Florida Legislature and other t T1ME I SNEEZED.= DOORS OFF trial Arts n Class of Suwannee 1970 a 67 per cent gain over Floridians of working ate (14
begin making such repayments government officials will join withus High going through the many 1960. A breakdown of this figure years and older) will be in the
forcing ourselves to balance Income for this day. I believe it will be steps of planning and work neces- shows 2,127,000 men up 70 per labor force in .1970 than in I960:
with expenditures thereby an outstanding program and our aIyrL1JllK sary to set up and produce a pro- cent, and 1,031,000 women a gainof 55 per cent as compared to 53 per
balancing the budget and pro- office has worked most closely (/ C ject through mass production 62 per cent during the ten cent".
vide for the payment of a part of with Robert Hoskins forestry agent techniques. The film narratedby
the national debt each year. for the Seaboard in planningfor Wood was entitled "A StudyOf
It seems to me that this nation this great event. i11 ii I )z1f Mass Production". Guaranteed Renewable FOR
cannot indefinitely stand the On March 25 we had the privi- E A number of leading industrial LIFE
strain of unbalanced budgets suchas lege of greeting the senior class education personnel who observed -
we have seen in the past two from Jefferson High School and the film requested its use. Hospital Surgical Insurance for All Ages

decades. Already the interest on March 25, the senior class SHS Principal Ralph Hall said PAYS REGARDLESS OF OTHER INSURANCE
alone takes considerable bites out from Madison High School. It "This is quite an honor for :Mr.
of our government's income each was indeed a pleasure to have Wood the students taking In- AGES OVER A f
year. I would hope that we mightbe the chance to see these fine young dustrial Arts U, and Suwannee 18-50 $195 65 tP't.60
successful in getting this bill men and women and their chape- Recruitment and training of strife and turmoil and eventual High School". month
passed but at least we are calling rones. new students to the Communistline overthrow of these governmentsand month
attention in this fashion to this Clay Committee Report are prime activities of every the establishment of Com- ACS Service Unit AGES CHILDREN
situation which concerns each of Recently on the floor of the Communist agent in the Western munist regimes. 51-65 $2 60 I UNDER 18 $1 00
i us.I House I commended the very excellent Hemisphere. Such recruits are Last year alone over 1000 per- Sets Work ProgramThe
think this may well turn out report of the Clay Com- sent to primary training schools sons came to Cuba from Latin service unit of the Ameri- month month
to be an economy minded Congress mittee on foreign aid. This 10 and then on the basis of per- America for training of this type. can Cancer Society will hold an- World Wide Coverage .No Dues or Assessments
although it is too early in man committee named by the formance and reliability may be So long as this threat remains other "work day" Wednesday
the session to make an accurate President made forthright recom- sent to further centers for training the free and abundant life we April 17, at the home of Mrs. BOB MAGINNIS AGENCY
prediction of what type Congress mendations regarding our foreignaid as organizers and propagandists seek for the people of this Hemi- Morgan Miller 612 Demorest FLORIDA HEALTH SERVICE DEPT.' 4-18-3
P. O. Box 5817, Jacksonville 7, Florida
this is going to be.
program. experts in sabotage espionage sphere can never be achieved. Street.
But I would point out that several It has long been my opinion and terrorism in all forms According to Mrs. Miller whois Please Furnish Me FREE Information
economy measures have met that we need to reassess our for- specialists in handling of arms First monorail in the U. S. east service chairman for the Can- About This Low Cost Plan
with success. One was a proposalto eign aid program. I feel that we and radio equipment in guerrilla of the Rockies is to be built as a cer Society in Suwannee County
spend $5,465,000 to remodel the need to seek out those areas whereour warfare and so forth. Some of scenic ride over the 55 acres of Parker's Drive In will furnish NAME AGr
Civil Service Commission buildingin funds are being wasted and this training may last-for as longas the Miami Seaquarium on Rick- lunch for all participants in the
Washington to make it suitableto eliminate them and to bolsterour three years. enbacker Causeway. work program. ADDRESS
house certain art gallaries of forces where our aims are being Upon completion of their train- . CITY ZONr STATr
the Smithsonian Institute. Another met. The report noted that ing they enter Latin American One and one-half billion pine Mark ye well, the way out of
was to spend $1,600,000 to builda we are attempting too much in lands to Infiltrate organizations seedlings have been planted in trouble is never as simple as the OLD EQUITY LIFE INSURANCE Co.
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National Air Museum.I too many places. and the government to forment Florida since 1928. way in.
Joined with other membersof The point that impressed me
the Congress in deleting these most about the report was its call
items from the Interior Depart- for a definition of American ob-
'. ment budget. We believe that we jectives. We seek to aid those nations -
have too many essential serviceswe which seek to help themselves -
IT'S GOOD BUSINESS TO
must provide for and these to make the reforms which 44/i '
can well wait since it is already would make their lands truly free ..

changes estimated are that made unless we face serious yet and productive.In Latin America. for example ff J 4 '" KNOW WHAT YOUR TOWN

another budget deficit. we must insist that the leadersof tff- ,
And so I feel that this is going these nations mobilize their ( ;". ...

own internal forces to develop I'l'i j) I> AND COMMUNITY IS DOING.
their economy. Promises are not :
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Your Doctor Prescribes dictatorship a far greater !..: .;;ri \ _
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PRESCRIPTIONIs In Good Hands At gained a foothold Communism and unless has //aHtJ./j\:: .-'''...'=...;.'--:-;-;;.... -1 J--\i.I.,.;\\f\'t\\\ "'",'(., =l---.;.:-.- \ \It ) V THE NEWSPAPERS\ ARE DISTRI

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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1963

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TELLING THE SCHOOL STORY -- -- Federal Taxes HighestFloridians


I Suwannee County Pay $3 Billion Tax


Bill To Governments In 1961-62

Bj EVERETT WILLIAMSONSuperintendent poses:

of Schools 1. To improve our nation's Floridians paid a $3 billion tax bill to federal, State

The annual effort to encour- schools by providing increas- and local governments during the fiscal year ending mid-

age qualified students to become, ing numbers of fine teachers. R 1962, the Florida State Chamber of Commerce said yesterday -
and topnotch teachers to remain, 2. To encourage large numbersof in its Weekly Business Review.
teachers in qualified people to 4
gets underway April young
"This tax bite showed a 38 per cent gain in five yearsand
with the sixth observance of consider teaching as a career. _
y2
was 7 per cent more than in $2,007 last year. The per capita
Teaching Career Month. 3. To influence the most com- '
Teachers and school-related petent teachers to remain in 1961. tax amounted to $561 during that

groups in Su- the profession. i4. :.J.. n ZvKy 'Making up last year's total were year up 16 per cent in five years."
$1.782.073,000 in federal taxes collected .
wannee County! 4. To inspire teachers to speakup > -
will join with o for their profession and and 'hidden' federal taxes, Cancer
up 32 per cent in five years; state Society
the National. ;=+ to encourage others to consider -
taxes of $636.828.000 34
up per
Education ,: teaching as a career.
As-I' ,': 5. To inform cent; county taxes amounting to
sociation a ; ;!. parents and oth- Begins CampaignA
other groupsthroughout ; !:;;:. 'yr er citizens of the opportunities 356475.000, up 59 per cent; and

the*; and rewards the teaching municipal taxes totaling $285,200- house to house campaign will

United States in ;: profession offers today's 000 a gain of 69 per cent in the begin Monday April 22. for the

projects and :: youth. five years. 1963 Crusade of the Suwannee
publicity to 6. To show that for our nation's "The total personal income received County Unit of the American

dramatize t himportance survival, teaching must be by Floridians last year Cancer Society.
preparing the preeminent in r came to an estimated $10,957,000-
of recruiting profession ?' 7Y'. 4pHere's Volunteers will be working during -
000, up 29 per cent from five years
and retaining Wgh-ouality American life. the week and every house
teachers for our nation's schools ago while taxes gained 38 per cent. will be contacted. The goal for

and colleges. However, both taxes and income 1963 is $1,200.Cancer .

The teaching profession Is the SuwanneeCouncil 4-H gained at the same rate, 7 per and leukemia kill more

largest of all professions in this j cent, 1961 to 1962. people than any other diseases.so .

country, employing more than 2- "A third force, population gain the need for research as wellas
175,000 persons this school year. MeetsThe must be considered in any exami- education is most importantto
nation of taxes and income", the
Here in Suwannee County, more the exhibit of the General Electric everyone.
Daytona Beacb facility which win be seen at the
Suwannee County 4-H trade body emphasized. "In 1962,
school administrators -
and This the American Cancer
than 185 teachers Florida Industries Exposition April 23-26 in Orlando. Visitors to the exhibit will be able to take year
at work educat- Council met Monday, April 8, in Florida's population stood at 5.- Society will allocate $2 million
are simulated trips to the moon shoot missiles out of the sky and experience other simulated
community's children. the R. E. A. Building with LeTrell space 459,000, mid-year. This represented for research to fight leukemia.
ing the activities. It is one of 250 booths to be occupied bj various industries during the I
Exposition.
Despite the size of the profession Ezell presiding. Lenora Fisher led a five-year increase of 19 per When a volunteer comes to

the fact that there are not the devotional. cent. your door, give generously to help
enough qualified teachers avail Hazel Fisher and Charlie War- Royal Allowances CutIndia's Chicago Newspaper "Because total income grew at fight cancer. Remember also to
Hunter led the pledges to the faster rate (29 cent) than
able to staff all necessary positions ren Pictures YouthThe a per have regular check-ups and in
will not surprise many peo- flags. Reports on events which Former Princes AwakenTo County population, the per capita incomewas this way, you may be able to save

ple. took place during National 4-H Chicago Sun-Times a also pushed upward, but at a your own life thru an early diag-
According to the largest Na- Week were'made by LeTrell Ezell, large daily newspaper with circulation lower rate: 8 per cent to reach nosis.

tional Education Association study Carole Ann Castleberry, and Become Ordinary Rich People in excess of a half-million, .

the public schools alone have Glenda Haas.Preparations. recently ran a picture of a Su The youth is the son of Mr. Of 2.058,749 cords pulpwood
a net shortage of 75,000 qualified for the 4-H Ral- Washington Since India said "Good Night, Sweet wannee County youth at the controls and Mrs. Harry Robarts. Robartsis production in Florida in one year.

teachers this school year. With ly, scheduled for May, were discussed Prince" to its potentates! many have awakened to useful of a crane at the Suwannee the executive secretary of the 95 per cent was pine. Remainderwas

higher birth rates and increasing : Joy Gude was elected to new lives as ordinary rich people.Of River Experimental Dam. Suwannee River Authority. hardwood.

numbers of young people remain- represent the council at Girls' the nearly 600 princely realms existing when British -

ing in high school and going on State 4-H Short Course in June.A. rule ended in 1947. none retains its identity as a WFHy
M. Pettis, member of the W; A/
to college, the problem is likelyto separate state in the present-day Another maharaja lived in a

get worse instead of better Extension demonstration Service, gave a on very rescue interesting Republic of India, the National replica of Versailles and requiredhis V I1py4 ;i. rsji A w j\ OPPi4 VAJuG 'I
qualified -
unless we get many more Geographic Society says. Incomes courtiers to speak French. 111/J"IP"
breathing and heart us- ==
massage
teachers soon. and powers of the maharajas rajas When the Nizam of Hyderabadmade I'jll
Teaching Career Month was inaugurated ing a life size .model.. and nawabs have been drastically a one-night visit in younger -- --

in 1958 by the Na- curtailed. The royal allow- days to a neighboring prince, S HELP WANTEDHELP FOR SALEFOR
tional Education Association to Cardamom is the principal export ances will be cut again by half he supposedly took along 200 LITTLE ADS

focus public attention on the crop of Sikkim, the tiny each generation.Even concubines. "The ladies don't get WANTED A machinist
necessity for getting and keepingthe Himalayan kingdom. Seeds from the Nizam of Hyderabad, out much," he is said to have ex BIG RESULTS and welders. If you drink don't SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins

best possible teachers for our the forest plant of the ginger whose very name conjures up plained. "I thought this mightbe apply. Kelly's Machine Shop, guaranteed not to leak.
Ottis Brown Motors. tf
nation's schools and colleges. The family flavor cookies, bread, curry fantasies of unbelievable wealth, a nice outing for them." BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever 968 N. Hamilton Ave., Phone cge

observance has six specific pur- I powder, and coffee. pleads austerity. The Nizam gave The autonomous states rangedin 362-2318. cge tf FOR SALE-New and used plan

only $42,000 to India's recent defense size from Hyderabad, which the purpose, you will os. Frier Music Co., North Ohio

fund drive, and said he wastoo was as big as Britain, to tiny the find Democrat and classifieds well. do WANTED Women with use of Ave.. Live Oak, 3622188.
job, quickly
As a car to work 16 hours or more
poor to donate more. realms no larger than farms. cge tf
THESE MODERN TOBACCO CURERS PAY-OFF WITH Joke, for he is known to be a tight Some existed before Columbus - per week to increase family

man with a rupee Bombay citizens discovered America. Others were budget. Hours to suit you. Several FOR SALE Wisconsin engines
promptly organized a Nizam created in more recent times as DEADLINE FOR INSERTION openings available. Write and parts. Clinton Engines and

BETTER Relief Committee "to rally to his favors. The British East India 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays Lucille Conner, Box 640 Starke, parts. Poulan Chain saws and

QUALITY aid". Company, formed on the last day LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Fla., for full details, or call parts. Chain saws from $12995
New OccupationsMany of 1600 made treaty arrange- 964-0284. pbbh 48-49 up. 905 Fifth St., Phone 362-
2V& cents word with a
of the princes, whose ments with the ruling princes. per 3051. pbbe 46-49
minimum 4Jf 75 .
; <
WANTED Short order cook,
word was once law to 91 million The British Crown later assum- (All classifieds most be paidIn -
rebuilt
LOWER COSTS good salary, Apply A & W Drive FOR SALE Two good
Indians, have gone into govern- ed the protective authority acquired advance. In. tf White sewing machines in cabi-
ment, diplomatic service, busi- by the company. cge
ONE WEEK FREE nets, like new, 1 treadle and 1
ness, and the professions. One For the most part, though they electric, $79.50 each or $65 cash

d maharaja manufactures soft were called "bejeweled, breathing Classifieds ordered for four For Sale-Real EstateFOR Also, new and rebuilt Singers

drinks. Another who turned big- fossils of feudalism" by a leading weeks, run the last week free. and other types in portable. Call

game hunter conducts tourists on Indian writer, the princes took $2.25 will pay for a 30 word SALE Two bedroom block Mrs. C. G. Travis, 724 BrownSt.
tiger hunts for big fees. their jobs seriously in the closing advertisement for four weeks. house in Pinewood SubDivision. ., 362-2744 Bell Wheel Sew-
Super i The close of the age of rajas in years of British rule. "But their Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Low monthly payments and ing Machine Center. caae U

i 1947 brought about some exotic failure as a class," commentedthe for Proven Results. small equity. Contact Joe Brin-
economies. One princely person in FOR SALE Pure-bred Duroc
London Times, "to play a son. nc tf -
Mysore took to wearing home- prominent part in building the MISCELLANEOUSVISIT service boars and gilts. From
spun suits fitted with diamond new India has left them with few FOR SALE -- Seven room brick registered stock. Priced to sell.

buttons. Another, without regret, admirers among the people." ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. home with 2 baths and fresh Lonnie B. Hurst. Phone 362-
reduced his inherited fleet of 99 roasted peanut business. 212 N. 1421. pbbe 46-49
OIL insatiably hungry elephants to Machine, machineless. and cold Shelby ave Live
three. wave permanents given. Ope- Oak.pbbe 47-50 FOR SALE Registered Polled

TOBACCOBURNER Most princes were only too PARKER'SDRIVE rators Annie H. Mills, Myr- Hereford yearling bulls calf-
happy to let the government take tice Croft, and Frances Jo1n'son. \- FOR SALE 100 ft. frontage on hood vaccinated. T. A. Rowand

-- over their surplus palaces for conversion IN Phone 362-1831. cge tf Hwy 90,1 mile west of city limits and Son, Madison Hwy. Call

to luxury hotels and fed- several large pecan trees.O. 362-2360. pbbe 47-50
dependable economical 1 to operate i long lasting eral offices. JASPER HIGHWAY Douglass High School parents and J. Rose, Rt. 1 Box 244, Live
Phone 362-1832 patrons are urged to join their FOR SALE 16 ft. r-nighter.
i low upkeep e easy to operate cures high quality Though stripped of old prero- Oak. pbbe 49-52
I P-TA now. We need your help. 35 hp Evinrude Lark motor.
O the outstanding choice of tcbacco growers-year after gatives, the princes still have the BEST FRIED CHICKEN Call J. L. Bevell, principal, 362- FOR SALE 4 bedroom home, electric starter, and trailer. See

yearl patriarchal burden of keeping up & SEAFOOD IN TOWN 1192. cge tf $300 down, payments $60 per and make offer. 2 miles east
palaces and temples of conductIng -
month. Phone 362-2235 for Mayo at Bay Oil Co. plant. Call
religious festivals, and feeding Chicken Box 69c Septic tank and drain field
complete details. ccjj 49-52 794-4351, Mayo. cbbe 48-51
Served with French Fries,
Madison
hordes of relatives, depen- cleaning. Suwannee, ,

dents, and retainers. In many Salad Xtra and Large Hot 99c Rolls and Hamilton Counties. Call J. FOR SALE Three bedroom FOR SALE Herd bull 1 cow

cases, the government allowancesare W. Darby, Jasper, after 6 pjn. brick home, tile bath, carport with bull calf, 3 heifers all
no more than commensuratewith CATFISH, SHRIMP cajj tf natural gas heating hot water registered Polled Herefords T.

the former rulers' responsi- DINNERSWith LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With heater Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. A. Rowand & Son Call 362-

bilities. All The Trimmings Dex-A Diet. Full week's supply ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- 2360. pbbe 48-52
Back in the old days, however, 2505. ccjj 49-52
$1.50 98c. Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 FOR SALE Western Flyer.
I. the potentates lived in an atmos- -

phere that would tax the imagi- Fresh Custard Ice Cream girl's 20 inch: bicycle, excellent
nations of Hollywood's least inhibited :Milk Shakes, and Sundaesof FARMERS: It takes money to FOR RENT condition. $17.00. Mrs. Arh
set designers. The worldof All Flavors. make money. See your coopera- Palmer 362-3061. eaej 48-49
the maharaja and nawab tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan.
as I FOR RENT Downstairs front .
6 Root Beer 40 Per Gallon Terms up to 7 years. See FOR SALE 1 year old male
the Hindu and Moslem rulers were We Furnish Jugs apartment. Very comfortable,
North Florida Production Credit pedigree Dachstmd. AKC regis-
respectively known, was one of convenient location. Call 362-
CI Association, S. Ohio Ave.,
tered. Ray L. Sullivan 211
WATCH FOR lc SALE
opulent palaces, estates, hunting
362-2588, Live Oak Florida 2208. cge tf
lodges, feasts, jewels, and dancing caJJ tf Parsheiy St. Phone 362-2527..
girls. When a son was born to one WE CATER TO FOR RENT Furnished apart- pge 49

.- Silent? 71an proud potentate he passed out I TAKE OUT ORDERSA ONE OF AMERICA'S largest piano ment, private bath, private
JETOIL automobiles rather than cigars. front and back entrance, con-
beautiful
firms has a guar- BUTLER
veniently located. Call 362-
anteed Spinet Piano to transferto
TOBACCO CURERFor 2742. cge tf
local responsible party. No Grain Bine

Thought For TodayBy down simply assume decorated
RENT
money FOR Newly All grain bins purchased
Those Who Wont Automatic BRODY O. HARRIS balance on small payments. In- furnished apartment. Couples
: spection arranged without expense only. Phone 362-1498 or 362- before July will be dettvered
Tobacco Curing At Its Best :a' "I hope I shall
always possess firmness and
Write
obligation.
or 3143. :Mrs. P. C. Powell, 410
virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most Home Office, Joplin Piano Co., Demorest St. cge tf to your pteee and erected
.
enviable of all titles the character of
"HonestMan"
Safer automatic control automatic fuel 1 : an
o temperature
:a' . Washington. Joplln, Mo. pabe 49S Free e-f ChargeCUNDIFF
cut-off Apartments for rent or house for

.. The days since Diogenes beat the bushes in For Sale-Automotive sale on Peacock Lake. Can 362- BRO .
r search of an honest man have seen countless 2319 362-2935. tf
Clear-clean swirl action rust-proof aluminum burner or cge
: worthies equal to that description. Honesty isn't _
Phene -m4
Cleaner heat", lower fuel costS 4 quite as scarce a virtue as we are sometimes moved FOR SALE 470 GMC tractor FOR RENT-Two bedroom houseon 49

to fear. In fact, when we consider that we have and 24 ft. single axle trailer Jasper Highway, newly dec- cbjj
Lower upkeep, high quality construction Up to 50% created a society working within a vacillating with stake side bodies. Pricedto orated. Call 362-1515.
oil savings r frame work of human values it is encouraging sell. See 2 miles east of Mayoat
r' that our hold on strict honesty is not a bit more Bay Oil Co. plant or call caej 48-49 S WORK WANTEDFOR

0 10 year warranty on stove body and burner. Electric 'a. tenuous than it actually is. 794-4351. Mayo. cbbe 48-51 FOR RENT- Six room furnished
TREE WORK of all kinds.
motor, controls and pipe excepted For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remem- house, newly decorated, conveniently -
demosdng pruning, take down
ber we are here 24 hrs a day to render the service to Motor Rewinding located. 213 N. Walker can phone 794-3696 or write
Ave. Call Mrs. Phil TownsendSr.
PLUS you. We have always given this service in our area Preston Brock, Mayo, Fla.pcJJ .
FREE of charge.SUWANNEE. Repairs and Rewinding 362-1074. cge tf 49-51

Tilting Heat Spreader for complete control over Twit Any Kind Electric Motor FOR RENT Unfurnished two

distribution, Steel box-easily locked-enclosing control_ Also Sates and Service bedroom house, also one small
FUNERAL HOME CALL house. Phone 3622565. 0 WANTED-Real Estate

I HeCnHers Electric Motor Repair pbbe 49-52
n )
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BRODY C. HARRIS Telephone Day 362-3278 Interested in farm or acreage
Night 362-3328 WANT TO RENT one bedroom What have you to offer JohnLangr&ff.
1UllF1CTRIG lay we. TAUHS. M,..e. MYOWIT, l I8Wl- Licensed Funeral Director
217 K Howard St. furnished house to couple only. 148 Overfoa St..
x aAAMCMuIrLOACMCLaC.T1PTOM.SA.ALLAI.TCI.COLMM.Yl.0M10 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 Hunter Bros.Building can Mrs Kelly at 362-1733. Clearwater Flo. Call 445-4151.

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