Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00333
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00333
 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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(; TBNkINGt Col. Dale Promotes Dunn To MajorSmvannee 3 County Students

Graduate From UF Grand Jury Protests

OUT LOUDWith I The University of Florida,an-

nounced this week that three ( I
Louie C. Wadsworth Suwannee County studentsare

4 4ti slated to porticipate in the first Commission Activities
Under study. formal graduation under the-

That action Is overdue on reno- trimester system on May 4 at .

vation of the county CourthouseIs ;. 2 p.m.
recognized generally by officials The students are Clement

as well as the citizenry of this Dean Lewis IIB; Otto F. Dick- FP&L Officials Warned To Cease

county. Many have agreed with man ni, BSADV; and Betty SpokesmanCites

the impatience I have expressed Ann Wigelsworth BAE. Practices .
with the delay evident in getting Suvannee'sFarm Illegal Immediately ,.

this project to an action stage. I 5' coi; S
Tuesday I had a long talk with Alton 46 Humphries, Home, Bonds Implicated

County Commissioner Bill G. :. AdvantagesThe In State's Attorney's Investigation ..

Bonds relative to Courthouse re- : Suwannee Native Rotary Club Monday heardan I The Grand Jury directed a sharp protest at the
individual '
pair. Speaking
as an gin' r address by Dan Adams directorof Board of County Commissioners :Monday in a present-
commissioner and for the board.
Bonds declared the need for some- S'.: Funeral ServicesFuneral Agricultural Development for ment to the Circuit Court that charged the commissioners
Florida Power and Light Corporation -
with road materials and
allowing county equipment
thing to be done is recognized by ,
,every member of the commission. services for Jesse Alton Adams who is a native of employees to be used on private property.
Levy County, has a master's degree -
They are as unhappy with delayas Croft 46, were conducted Mon- Uni- The presentment stated that
from the
in agriculture
others. day at 3:00 pjn. in the McAlpin the Grand Jury has "made a full
Bonds said it appears funds are Advent Christian Church. versity of Florida.He [Winburn ResignsAs complete and adequate investiga-
out that Live Oakis
not now available for an ARA loan Rev. W. Clinton Nickerson officiated pointed County AttorneyW. tion" of the illegal practice of
good training area for Florida
for which commissioners have ap with Rev. Travis Carter a doing work on private property at
; Power and Light Managers, citingas J. Dub Winburn
( an-
plied. It appears this fund has and Rev. F. E. Day assisting. Burial ) the county's expense, and the
examples former managers nounced that he had tend-
been exhausted and unless another followed in the church ceme- Grand Jury has "heard many wit-
from Live Oak who have gone ered his resignation as counselfor
appropriation by Congress is nesses under oath, reviewed affi-
tery.Mr. to Daytona, Melbourne and Cape the Board of County Comis- "
forthcoming help from this sourceis Croft passed away Satur- davits and observed photagral &
e Canaveral. This East Coast area sioners.
problematic. .r s a aF day afternoon following a lengthy and finds that these practices have
is the fastest growing in popula- Winburn explained in his resignation -
Preliminary plans have been F illness. He was a life long resi- occurred.In .
tion and in engineering problemsin that due to the pres-
submitted by the board's architect dent of Suwannee County and a addition the Grand Jury
the United States. sures of private practice and
which calls for renovationof partner in the Suwannee PackingCo. found "from testimony that this
Adams also pointed out the agricultural other compelling reasons, I hon-
the Courthouse and the possible w and a farmer. practice has been going on for
advantages that Suwan. estly consider that the interestsof
addition of two wings to the present sue; He was a member of the Mc- several years past. and this
nee County has in terms of log- Suwannee County and your-
structure. Total cost of the Alpin Advent Church and B.P.O.E. Grand Jury has been advised that
istics over other areas in the selves will be better served by
overall plan to refurbish the pre- 1165 and a Veteran of World War such practice is a violation of the
Native United States. Because of Florida's this action.
sent building and add two wings n. laws of the State of Florida"The .
fast growing population, Winburn's letter of resigna-
will be approximately $450,000. Survivors include his wife Mrs. I presentment noted however -
(No. 2 Continued On Page 8)) tion was directed to the board.
Now available in a building fundis Veteran Guardsman Promoted Ruth Croft; two sons, Donald Alton that the Grand Jury is of

$150,000 Bonds said. Ways and and Thomas Edward Croft "the belief that the matter can

means to finance the remaider of both of Live Oak; father and To Provide Better Instruction be halted and stopped without
Jacksonville Unit
the cost is a matter yet to be decided Assigned mother, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Croft any further action on the part of

by the board. McAlpin; two brothers George this Grand Jury.
Bonds indicated this matter will Veteran soldier Youris M. Dunn, a resident of Lake Croft and Henry Croft both of Board Urged To Reorganize Urged To Stop

be discussed by the board at their City and a former resident of Suwannee County, was last Live Oak; one sister, Mrs. Ozell The Jurors urged the Board of

meeting on May 7 and is to have I week promoted to the rank of a major in the Florida Na- Skinner, Live Oak. Grades At 3 SchoolsThe County Commissioners to immediately

h their,constant attention until the tional Guard. Active pallbearers were nephews. County stop these illegal practices.In .

matter is revolved. _The promotion was presented to Major Dunn by Col- Honorary pallbearers were Wy- Board ,of Public Instruction Saturday discussed addition they advised the board
It is to be hoped that the Garland Bill Rawls, Jesse that the Grand "is -
board onel George H. Dale of Live man Jury impanelled
removing grades 7 and 8 from the Clayland McAlpin and
,t' will proceed with appropriate Oak. commanding officer of the Allbritton Hubert Allbritton. Walter for a period of six months and
speed to finalize their plans for 337th Signal Depot in Jackson- Board Lifts LoadRestrictions Sumners, J. W. Gaston Vann Wellborn Schools and converting them into 1 through 6 this Grand Jury will continue its

Courthouse renovation, for it is vllle. Dun was re-assigned to the Jones, Arnett Hillhouse Floyd grade elementary schools administratively.School investigation with reference to

long overdue. 337th as a signal officer under the Limit Long Frank Futch Sr., Frank Superintendent Everette Williamson, who these practices and that unless

4 Until that date it would be well recent reorganization of the Flori- .. 1?)etch Jr..David HiUrrouse,.W. M. made the recommendation to the said practices are stopped immediately -
for some attention to be given to da Guard. ---- Jernigan, V. B. Brown Reece Fish Concert school board,said that he felt that, this Grand Jury will 90
maintenance for the Agricultural Dunn has served with the Na- On State Rd 250The Brown Charles Johnson Jim Wilson seventh and eighth grade students back Into session and take what

Office.. Building is deterioratingand tional Guard in Live Oak and Ralph Kostoff, and the em- Slated At ColiseumThe enrolled in these schools would re., ever steps are necessary" to stop

will soon require a major Lake City for 16 years, serving in Board of County Commis- ployees of Suwannee Packing Suwannee High School ceive more adequate instructionif this activity.

renovation program unless keptin numerous capacities from platoon sioners Saturday voted to lift the Company.J. Band will perform in a concert they were transferred to either The Grand Jury also invited arty
a better condition. leader to communications officerto I load limit restrictions until June 1 B. Daniels Funeral Home was under the direction of Harry Suwannee Junior High or Bran- citizen of the county to appear

Care and maintenance of build- intelligence officer before being t o convenience Montgomery in charge of arrangements. Grant Friday following a fish ford High School.Wi11iamson before it who has Information

ing and equipment is a major transferred with a promotion to Trucking Company in its haulingof fry sponsored by the Band Boos- noted that he had concerning a violation of Florida

headache today in every facet of his present job. rock.S. David ters Association.The requests to allow students from law.State's
business. It is a matter that requires Dunn who lived in Suwannee E. Montgomery and Inge Wil- Eggleston -fish fry will be held for Dowling Park to transfer from Attorney William Ran-

constant supervision and County for over 20 years has lis appeared before the board and the public to raise funds to pay the Clayland School to Suwannee dall Slaughter said that aeeord-

daily care.Mayor. nearly 20 years in the service. He requested that these load limit Named Elk RulerThe expenses of the band in its trip Junior High."I ing to evidence ascertained.

e served with the Live Oak Guard signs be lifted on the Dowling Park to the State Band Meet in Ft. feel there are better educa- through a state's attorney's investigation -
unit until about six State 250 until Mont- its instal- at either the these
years ago Road Elks Lodge held Walton in May. tional advantages illegal praetteee

Hears 4 when he was transferred to a pos- gomery Trucking Company com- lation of officers Tuesday night The band concert will featurethe Live Oak or Brdford schools. We occurred in the districts repre-

ition with Florida Power and pleted its contract on U. S. 75 and named David B. Egglestonas award-winning Suwannee are doing the children an injus- sented by Commissioners Curtis

DWI Cases On Light Company in Lake City and north of.Live Oak. Exalted Ruler. High Stage Band and Concert tice by keeping them in schools Humphries Bill Bonds and Mar-

consequently shifted to the Lake In approving this request the Other new officers are James D. Band. In addition there will bea where they do not have specialized vin Home.

City Guard unit. board noted that Montgomery Allen secretary; R. V. Hutchingson piano solo by Frank Howes, instructional personnel, lab- Slaughter emphasized that this

Lengthy DocketMayor World War II Service Trucking Company had not been treasurer; Howard Wright and a baritone solo by Rodney oratory facilities, band privileges information is derived from his

Dunn also served in World War given adequate notice before this leading knight; George R. (Pug- Bass accompanied by Judy Ross. and other facilities" he explained. investigation into the matter and

J. Marvin Phillips in II from 1942 through 1946. He restriction was passed a few weeks gy) Day loyal knight: J. Carl Other performances scheduled in no way reveals the secret deliberations -

city court Monday fined Olien was graduated from Central Signal ago. The commission agreed that Moore lecturing knight; Cliff include the Pine View Band the Purchase BusesIn of the Grand Jury.

Jack Alford $50 and $2 costs for Corps. Schools in Camp Crow- this had caused an unfair burden Bevis esquire; David V. Giddens Pine View Elementary Chorus, other business the superin- Private Work

driving while intoxicated and suspended der. Mo. in 1943. That same year and financial loss to the company. chaplain; Gerald S. Scott inner and the "B" Band of the Junior tendent recommended that the He explained that he discovered

his license for three he transferred to the Air Force Load limits on the Newbern guard; H. E. Granburg tiller; and High. board take action to purchase new that the county by order of

months. for Aviation Cadet training. Road however will remain in Bill Burch trustee for five years. The fish fry and concert will buses and secure a four year loan these three commissioners had

"During the period while your After completing the College force. The instalation ceremony was be conducted at the Agricultural to pay for these buses and im- used county equipment, materials -

license is under suspension you training in Manhattan Kansas Individual commissioners in conducted by past State Presi- Coliseum. Tickets to the fish fry provement of the school plant and and personnel to fill private

are not allowed to drive; the the war became so serious that all discussing the matter commended dent of the Florida Elks Association are one dollar for adults and 50 facilities. yards with county road materials,

mayor warned. "If you are caught ground troops had to be recalled Montgomery for the economic George Carver. cents for children. There will be The board voted not to provide prepare grounds for house building -

operating a motor vehicle during from the Air Force to relieve the benefit that his company affordsto Carver is a past exalted ruler no charge for the performances.The I two-year leaves of absence to tea- clear trees off private land

this time there is an automaticjail shortage. Major Dunn was relieved the county. (No. 6 Continued On Page 8)) public is invited. (No. 3 Continued On Page 8)) and place blacktop on a parkinglot
sentence required." without prejudice to return at the county's expense.

Leonard. Vaughn whose case to the ground forces: He cited one instance wherean

was continued from last week He transferred back to the Coliseum Hosts Annual] Children's ClinicThe undetermined quantity of
ground forces in -
the 97th Infantry
faced the court and plead guilty crushed rock was hauled into a
to driving while intoxicated and Division Signal Company. He private yard in Columbia Countyby

having an accident. served with the 97th Infantry Florida Crippled Children's than bankrupt themselves to Suwannee County equipmentand
Division through pay This hospital designed to pro- people of Live Oak have been
The mayor noting that this was many and Czechoslovakia France Ger- Commission held its annual clinic for expensive therapy.In vide to therapy for the state's among the highest per capita con- personneL
Vaughn's second offense suspen- as a Coliseum last week conjunction with this Commissioners Receive Work
Sergeant.He here at the pro- crippled children. tributors to this program of the
ded his license for six months and received and administered pediatric and gram of the Florida Crippled Chil John Flood. a local Elk, noted The state's attorney declared

fined him $100 and $4 costs. for major Battles two in Battle Stars orthopedic care to approximately dren's Commission the Florida that several children from Suwannee Elks.According to George Carver administrator that Commissioners Humphriesand
Europe. After Home had caused
Phillips warned Vaughn that a 80 children from Suwannee and State Elks Association maintainthe County have been admitted to of the hospital the county
jail term is mandatory if he is the war ended in Europe Ma- Hamilton Counties. Harry-Anna Crippled Child- road materials to be hauled onto
jor Dunn and received therapy from the home discharged 293 patients last
caught ,operating a vehicle while the Phillipines was scheduled and on to to go to The commission one of the lit- ren's Hospital in Umatilla. hospital. He pointed out that the year at a cost of $1.194 average their own private property at tbecounty's s,
Japan. In
his license is under suspension. tle known services provided by expense. addition
Lawrence Jones colored ap- in While 1945.en Japan route to surrendered the Phillipines and the state administers clinical services Elks Provide Therapy Service Cars per Carver said the average lengthof these commissioners ordered county -
the court personnel place county road
peared before on a to the children with normal
the.9 7th Infantry Division wenton stay for children admitted to materials onto
charge of reckless driving."I intelligence of parents who cannot private propertyowned
the hospital is 91 days. He said
to Japan to be used
as by their
mop-up neighbors he said.
wasn't doing.no reckless driv- afford private care. In addi-
there is' charge to parents
and occupation troops. Dun no Slaughter asserted that full,
was a
ing; I was speeding a little Jones tion to orthopedic and pediatrics,
honorably discharged from the U. however regardless of the lengthof complete and adequate in.tlon ....-
said. i the services include open heart
S. Army in 1946. stay. of these
had been
'" practices
"Well that's the same thing surgery cleft palate. and instruc-
retorted. In 1947 Dunn. Joined the Na- The Elks are particularly proudof conducted and the Grand Jury it
Phillips ting children with birth defects.
tional Guard in Live Oak. Dale a recent program started in thoroughly advised about the mat-
The fined Jones $20 and William district
mayor Mrs. P. Tally
(No. 4 Continued On Page 8)) May of 1961 which is designed to
$2 costs and told him "if you intend two coordinator of the commission ter.No.
bring therapeutic service into the
Continued Pate 8))
to keep driver's
your license explained that treatment for these home. The program called the
you had better slow down." FSU Announces affirmities is so expensive that -
Home Therapy Service, now has
Willie Wade Jr.. charged with few afford
GraduatesFive parents can them. seven field service units in the Steer Show GroupTo
DWI and having an accident, told Spring Mrs. Tally said the case load in St.
Orlando Miami Jacksonville
the mayor that he was not drivingthe Suwannee County Stud- Suwannee includes approximately t. Petersburg. Gainesville and Tam- Draft PlansThe

car when the accident occur- dents are candidates for degreesin 120 children. She said that while areas. Suwannee Valley Youth
t.w pa
red. He said commencement ceremonies at the clinic is held here
some _only once per "This program is designed to Show Committee and aH per-
person was driving. Florida State University theTallahassee year these patients travel to Jacksonville ak carry treatment of physical ther- sons interested in the show are
The arresting ,officer testified News Bureau an for treatment wheneverit
apy standards to a child in his reminded of a meeting to approve -
that witnesses positively identi- nonnced this week. is needed. final and allot steersto
home who does not require hospi- plans
fied Wade out The students are Annie Lou According to the
getting of his car coordinator tal treatment, and educate par- chapters and clubs on Wed-
after the wreck occurred and Marable Johnson of Dowling parents of children under 21 who ents to care for their children dur- nesday, May 1, 4:00 pjzu, at
fleeing the scene of the mishap. Park,'BS ed? Edith Ann Castle- need this service can obtain an ing treatment intervals" Mrs. the Vocational Agriculture

Witnesses said that after the col- berry David Richard McNeifl application from a private'phy- David Benwick home therapy Building in Live Oak.

lision occurred. Wade tried to Jr* BS bus.; LOis Jean Holmes sician or the health department, nurse said.Minimum. This should be a short meet
start the car unsuccessfully and BS home ec.; and Melinda Ann She noted that parents who havea Mrs. David. Benwick. George Carver, 'Mrs. Wffifcun P. Tally, standards for qualifying ing. Chairman J.D. Odem urges

then got out and fled. Lundy BS ed.. all from Live crippled child should apply to slid John Flood pose beside the Home Therapy Service ear provided as a home therapy nurse un- an those interested to make a

(No. Continued On Page 8) Oak. __ the commission for help rather by the State Elks Association. (No. 1 Continued On Page 8) special effort to be PRSeBLf

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: :::: THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1963?

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FLORIDA'SFarm thg4

.'In The Heart Of The Suwannee River Vdley" ? r'I o

BANNER Consolidated LEADER
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street

Louie Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher Front

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor

Glara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor Jaycees Rise To OccasionThe

Walter Lee Olive ....................,......... Advertising Manager Bj
United States Junior Cham- that the far-sighted approach
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Florida Doyle E. '
ber of Commerce has long been which means the most to indivi-
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County 3.00 ConnerDramatic noted for its unwavering dedica- duals, business and the nation as
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 : tion to the economic principlesthat a whole requires proportionatelyless
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance 1'k':: price changes duringthe are in the best interest of the reduction of tax rates at the
past 9 months in the market entire country.In bottom of the income scale in
MEMBER OF for fed cattle the kind that endorsing the HerlongBakertax order that substantial reform can
alaaaSIJw'ANE 4 s ar. produce the best grades of beef rate reform bills and rejectingthe be made through the middle and

Florida Press Association coiwnr 4 were given special attention in a Administration's tax proposalsthe upper brackets where the largest
ea. CHAMBER 4 recent report prepared by the U.s. Jaycees have once again risento release of capital would occur.
SUWANNEE COUNTY y &rc 4 ; Department of Agriculture on the statesmanship" heights by put- "It is capital, and not purchasing -
Chamber of Commerce' CCNNh1ERC sera << s f 'rr livestock situation and outlook. ting 'aside all thoughts of self-in- power, which has the greatest
The beef situation is consideredof terest to advance the cause of na- bearing on job creation. The legislation -
such importance that the report tional well-being. co-authored by Representatives -
Cross Florida Barge Canal Is Needed : caused Secretary of Agricul- The Administration's obvious Herlong and Baker is designed -

ture Orville Freeman to issue a appeal for mass support of its pro- to serve the general public interest -
The idea of a waterway across North Florida historically statment on the subject. He noted gram by weighing the reductions rather than to apportiontax
has been victimized by one of the most persistent that the prices of choice 'slaughter in favor of lower income bracket relief among disputing claim-

hard luck jinxes ever to choke the neck of progress. 1 steers at Chicago rose from taxpayers was spurned by the ants."
w $25.25 per hundred pounds in Chamber even though most of its As young men on the ladder the
This idea has risen to near fruition several times in June 1962 to a high of $30.47 in 200,000 members are in those Jayeees know that they cannot

the past only to be smote down by circumstances of the late November. By midMarchthis brackets. advance unless the national econ-

times, misinformation or powerful opponents. year however they had Here is the commendable way omy advances; that the Herlong-
flipped down to $23 but have in which Richard C. Headlee the Baker bills besides providing
-. The waterway dream is almost as old as the state It Happened In firmed up a bit since then. Jaycee's National Vice Presidentin every personal taxpayer with at

itself. General Andrew Jackson, who took Florida from Freeman pointed out that the charge of governmental affairs, least a 25 per cent cut will

Spain in 1818 and became its military governor in 1821, price fluctuations were a direct addressed himself to the proposi- release the capital now taxed awayin
recognized the need for such a waterway and continuedto Suwannee County reflection of substantial changesin tion: the middle and upper brackets

urge its construction after he was elected President. the fed steer beef supply situa- "Although the largest portion of that is vital to greater and more

By 1850, the proposed canal had become an integral partof tion which, during the price rise Jaycees are presently in the lower dynamic long-term economic
last year was reduced some 22 taxable income brackets it has growth.
the War Department's survey program, and first sur- per cent as feeders increased their been the position of the Jaycees -Lake Wales News
veys were conducted by the U. S. Army Corps of Engi- ? 1923 1938-1953 numbers of cattle on feed.

neers. While fed cattle prices were run- I Cancer Communication Proposed .
ning up and down the price scale
But for the outbreak of Civil War, the canal would From The Files Of The lower grades didn't show as much April is Cancer Control Monthby :, pie to act in their own health Interest -

likely> have become a reality along with the Atlantic cable change and the slaughter of hogs presidential proclamation. Dur- to present themselves In
and the transcontinental railroad. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT and broilers showed substantial ing this month the American Can- time for early diagnosis and treat-
cer Society is seeking funds for ment of cancer. At minimum, this
gains, adding to the downward
Before 1925, two complete surveys for a canal across beef important programs of research, means a health checkup at least
on prices.
Florida had been completed. In that year, the project Forty Years Ago - 1923by pressure There has been "the usual lag"in education and service. It is also once a year.

began to move toward ship canal. In the Rivers and The annual silver musical and a fraternal organization of Live prices of beef at retail Freeman seeking something even more im- During April, volunteers of the
Harbors Bill of 1927, there was included an appropriation reception of the Woman's Club was noted but in February and March portant for the immediate pre- American Cancer Society will becalling
for a survey by the Corps of Engineers for a ship held at the club building Saturday Oak.Eminent Commander W. T. Ca they started to decline, indicating i sent to communicate.It on you. They will ask for
i canal across Florida. afternoon April 21. The meetingwas vell in the capacity of a gracious a break for consumers. He expects would be just as appropriateto funds to support life-saving pro-
opened by the president, Mrs. host, bade all welcome and ex- consumers "will take advan- designate April as Cancer Com- prams in cancer control. They will
I This survey was completed during the next six years H. M. Strickland, who introducedthe pressed the hope that all would tage of the excellent buy in beef munications Month. Why? As a urge you to have a health checkupnow
i at a cost of $400,000 in which 28 different routes were chairman of the music com- find enjoyment.The and will consume a record amount distinguished health officer said if you have not already
explored.In mittee, Mrs. D. O. Henry who this year." recently; "If someone invented a had one and do so every year.
presided over a very interesting Rotary Club of Live Oak drug that would cure half of the We urge you to do both.
1935, President Roosevelt allocated $5 million for program featuring vocal and instrumental held its third election Monday. Its USDA expects total consump- present cases of cancer the excite- Washington County News
the project from $4.8 billion Works Progress ment would be beyond belief. We .
a Appro- performances by Mrs. board of directors consists-of ChapH. tion of red meat in the U. S. this
priation. Work began on the ship canal between Yankee- Airth, Mrs. Dexter Miss Sarah Tedder, Louis S. Harvard, C. E. year will be around 30.2 BILLION have such a drug: It is communi- LARGEST CLIPPER SHIP
town on the Gulf and the St. Johns River in that year but Lyle, Miss Call Miss Ethel Blume, (Sailor) Jones, Sid Hinely WillH. pounds, with per capita increases cation." The largest clipper ever built
was discontinued some months later when the Senate refused -I Miss Mary Bohen, and .Mrs. D. O. Lyle, Harry F. Airth and DickR. expected in beef and pork, but declines An estimated one-half of all Donald McKay's 335-foot Great
Henry.On Hopkins. cases of cancer could be cured by Republic, burned at her New York
approve an appropriation bill to finance the con- in veal, lamb and mutton.
The executive officers electedby finding them soon enough and berth in 1853 before her maiden
struction. Senator Arthur Vandenburg, who led the One comment by Freeman of
fight against the project charged that the ship canal last Friday evening, April 20, the board of directors are DickR. particular interest to our Florida "doing for them what we already voyage the National Geographic e
after conferring the Red Cross degree Hopkins president; Win H. cattlemen, concerned beef im- know how to do." However, only Society recalls in its book Men.
would cause the intrusion of salt water into the state'sground
on a number of candidates, a Lyle, vice president; Chapman H. ports. They have been blamed he one-third is being saved, largely Ships, and the Sea.
water table. This water damage myth, although large number of Sir Knights their Tedder secretary; Louis S. Har- !said, as a cause for the price breakin because the individual does not Rebuilt just as demand for
exploded by eminent geologists employed by the Corps, wives and invited guests number- vard, treasurer; and Brown Byrd, fed steers and heifers, but the go to his doctor in time for early San Francisco pattates was easing '
left enough doubts to enshroud the whole project in a ing some 250, enjoyed one of the sergeant-at-arms. special report finds no evidence diagnosis.The the great clipper was never a
blanket of suspicion. most pleasant evenings ever staged that this is true. Beef imports in problem of eliminating the financial success.
gap between one-third and .
In 1942, Congress approved the Cross State Barge Ticenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 almost 1962 were all of at it a was record manufacturingbeef high, but half of adding 88,000 lives to Even the audience is underwater -
Canal as a defense measure for American shipping to the 177,000 now saved each in the
Mike's corner will be the sceneof Branford banged out a 12-6 and some of the canned pro- year- show at Weeki Wachee.
avoid enemy submarines by sailing through the confinesof an election party Tuesday night victory over Cross City at Bran- duct. Very little high grade fed is difficult and distressing. It is a Up to 500 spectators sit in a million -

an intercoastal water rather than run the gauntlet beginning shortly after 8 pm. as ford last Sunday in a baseball beef was imported in 1962, yet it problem of communication and dollar theatre to view the
around the Florida peninsular. But funds were never appropriated election returns from county pre- contest filled with hard sluggingon was in cattle of that category that motivation. It is distressing because mermaids who perform in the
cincts begin to in. we are able to persuade peo- waters of the 1Prin. s.
come ,both teams. Thomason pitchedfor the price decline occurred.It .
Buck Maynard has donated the Branford with L. Martin be- is not expected fed cattle -- r
Shipping losses along the Gulf and South Atlantic use of his loud speaker for the occasion hind the plate.A prices will improve much in the HIGHLIGHT OP FLORIDA INDUSTRY APPRECIATION WIIK
coast during the war included 40 tankers and 13 cargo and a large board for tabu- next several months. Although "

ships valued at the time at $89.7 million. lating the returns has been placedby political meeting will be heldat slaughter has increased sharply, ..

Mike. The returns will be gath- the Courthouse at 7:30 tonightat substantially more -cattle from oaMfSS74'8FLORIDA ,
This' 1942 Congressional authorization, however, was ered and compiled by the staff of which time Mr. Goldsberry the feedlets will go to market this }
based on the necessity of the canal for defense rather than this newspaper.Live .
national speaker and representative summer than a year ago. So cattle
for. economic feasibility. Consequently, after the war of Dr. Francis E. Townsendwill feeders face the task of movingthe

ended there was no longer a reason for appropriating the Oak has been assured discuss issues in the current immediate heavy supply into
necessary funds. campaign. consumption at a rate that will
two sets of tobacco buyers for this
not further depress prices.
of in 1962 year's market. A wire from T. T.
The most recent Corps Engineers study ,
Rev. Laurence Williams, pastorof It's important, therefore, that INDUSTRIES!
however reveals that a 12-foot-deep barge canal with an Scott received here Thursday afternoon -
r the first Presbyterian Church cattle on feed not be held beyondthe
estimated construction cost of $157.9 million has a benefit- stated major tobacco of this city, delivered an inspiring time they reach grade.
cost ratio of 1.2 to 1.0. This means the canal would pay companies had definetely com- message to members of the gradu s EXPOSITION
mitted their firms to send ad-
for itself within 50 years, and at that time return to the ditional buyer here this summer. ating class of the local high school One more comment by Freemanis
taxpayers 20 cents profit annually on every dollar spent.In Sunday night at the Methodist worthy of note. It applies to
Church. hog producers. Hog prices, also, Show Place of F/onda Products
addition, the Corps of Engineers engaged the Ar- Suwannee High School graduated dropped sharply in the first quar-
thur D. Little Company to conduct an economic evaluationof its largest class in history in President Frank E. Layton, ter of 1963 and that too, was the WHERE YOU'LL SEE PROGRESS OF FLORIDA INDUSTRYHere

transportation aspects of the project. This firm, that the school auditorium last nightas President-elect Louie C. Wads- result of an increasing supply sit

; enjoys a world-wide reputation, developed data that 85 boys and girls of this county worth and Director-elect AlfredT. I uation. Hog producers have repor- Here,it the tad Anwal florin Mnbfe
would give the project a benefit-cost ratio of 4.6 to 1.0 received diplomas to bring the Airth of the local Rotary Club :. ted intentions to increase farrow- Exposition fa Orlando yon wiN see Hie
for a project life of 50 years. 1937-38 school term in Live Oak attended the annual conferenceof ings in the March-May period this greatest cross-section of Fieri*proditto
V to an official close. the organization held in Ocala year by 4 per cent over last year ever assembled in one ptaei

These considerations dictate prompt construction of Described as one of the most Monday. and in the June-August period by Here you'll see imaa**MW devefcomeiiUineectromcs..exhMtsoftfcesfK
the project. But the canal has powerful enemies, par- balanced classes ever to finish at another Iper cent. as

,ticularly the railroads. This opposition has been capable the local school this year's grad- Court Clerk J. L. McMullen ad- If those increases occur Free- Exposition together with techwca!ataMes ta i
thus far of blocking construction appropriations.If uating group listed some outstanding vised this week that 1938 taxes man warns prices next winter fantastic nett'of products ef Mend
student leaders athletes and may now be included in the Mur- will be no higher than the past Park Orlando to every member of the fHI ,

the canal were built, it would open new and cheaper students in its ranks. i r i I I phy Act tax sales. winter. If hog producers want ts? Apr 23rd.26th,1963 Don't miss this treat"Stew Cast1

avenues of shipping bulk products in the Southeast. see better prices they'll cut the FROM cf Florida made products that an

Much of these bulk products are being hauled' currentlyby Ten Years Ago - 1953 fall pig. crop this year by 2 to 3 3 pn to 7 pa daily helpinj set tka pace fertteworld's

rail. The railroads, then, who stand to lose shipping Hundreds of Suwannee County course for boys at the Universityof percent.If Free Parkkc f future!
fares in the short run, vigorously oppose the canal with residents and folks from all over Florida on June 1519. Current you and want a copy of "The
Prospective Cattle
whatever means available to them. This includes utili- Florida are expected to flock to Attending will be Bobby Carl- Situation,"
write to the
zation of influental lobbying in Congress and, counter- the Suwannee River Day celebra- son, Johnny DeCastro, and Bill Office of Management you may of Agricul- s ..
tion being held at Fannin Springs Brown of the Live Oak 4-H Club;
4 surveys designed to discredit evaluations favoring the ture, Washington 25, D. C. r ;
A full is planned. L
canal. today. program Bill Avery and John Boatright of rt' -
the Ladyland Club; Bobby Mills
4 Despite this opposition, the Cross Florida Barge Dr. John Sims announced today and Billy Boatright of the Phila- promotion Florida foods are getting a big
push at this time. Gov-
canal ultimately become a reality. It has been pro- there will be an intern doctor in delphia Club; Monroe Williams of ernor Farris Bryant has
his office most of next week while the Clayland Club; Leslie Goff of designated -
be feasible. What
ven to economically concerns most the period
April 29-May 11 as
he will be attending the Florida
the McAlpin Club; Carl Carver
is the delay. 'Florida.
people Agricultural ProductsWeeks"
f Medical Association meeting. and Kenneth FOuraker of Well-
to emphasize this industry's
The longer funds for the project are blocked and born; Johnny Wright of Har- huge -
bandied about in the Congress, the higher construction Fletcher Sturdivant, general I mony; and Richard Lynch of of contribution to the econ-
omy the State and the world'shighest
of Florida
costs climb. A noted spokesman for the railroads recently Corporation manager told Kiwanians Telephone at Branford. I living standard which we
declared that the cost of building the canal rose in America enjoy.
their noon meeting in Sweet Pea'sCafe The Suwannee Bulldogs lost I
by 289 per cent from 1942 to 1958. Wednesday that Live Oak/s their first game of the season My schedule calls for a Florida
products dinner with members of Expot&ioil Spontortd lyi
More important, this loss is compounded multi-fold payroll of telephone employees had Tuesday when Leon High of Tal- our Congressional FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
because the facility is not available now to play its vital increased from $9,000 for 11 men lahassee backed by the power hit- Washington on April delegation 30 at ASSOCIATED INDUSTRZS> OF FLORIDA
in 1940 ; meetings
to $51,500 for 23 employees -
role in the economic picture of Florida, and indeed, the in 1952. ting of shortstop Bud Williamsoneked with produce buyers, marketing FLORIDA BANKERS ASSOCIATION
out a 6-5 victory.Charles FLORIDA STATE CHAMBER OF
whole Southeast. Among the staunchest supporters of officials and food trade press reP- ORLANDO

the project are the Mississippi Valley (Waterways) Association The sheriffs office In coopera- Stanford Suwannee resentatives in the 3rd Annaul tti INDUSTRIAL BOARD
pretexted at a public tawet
Intercoastal Canal Association of Louisianaand tion with the State Beverage Department High School senior and all-con- Florida Fruit and Vegetable Jam-
Texas, and the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development and Constable Dewey: ference football player, won the boree at New York City :May 1;
Authority. These organizations, like our own North raided four beer establishments P-TA award of a free trip to and a similar program.-our first-
c state officials, recognize the projects potential. The in Live Oak suspected of Washington D. C., with the an- at Chicago on May 2 and 3.

merits oi the Cross Florida Barge Canal are clearcut and selling whiskey and made three nual senior class trek May 12, SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS EXPOSITION

undeniable. Numerous feasibility reports from reputableand arrests Saturday, Sheriff Hugh Mrs. Loy Perry, president of the A new partnership between

unbiased organizations cannot be disputed. Selfish Lewis reported yesterday. association announced. yesterday. Florida and its private colleges McMULLEN FOOD BANK INC.
will be proposed to.the Legisla-
directed at the canal ,has too
and misguided opposition Thirteen ,
boys from Suwannee
Definition of minor ture, Stetson
a operation: University PresidentJ.
long been a wart op"the :nose of progress. We are look-I County have been selected to attend -I Something that puts a major dent Ollie Edmunds declared in an P. O. Box 40

to Congress for action. the 33rd annual 4-H short in your pocketbook. address at Rollins College. LIVE OAK, FLORIDAPAGE

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: (9fgt(; Nary Catherine Adams Miss Carolyn Ann Fain I :Mrs. Palmer Hostess To Camellia.Circle II

>, Circle.Has MeetingThe The Camellia Circle of the Live' Election of officers was he4d and
Mary Catherine Adams Oak Garden Club. Inc. met Friday the following were elected for the
Circle of the First Baptist Church afternoon in the home of Mrs. 1963-64 year: Chairman, Mrs. W.
met in the Educational Building C. O. Palmer with Mrs. Hal H. Hingson; Co-chairman Mrs.
Tuesday morning. April 16 at 9:30: Fletcher and Mrs. W. H. Parra- W. M. Jernigan; Secretory and
with nine members present.Mrs. more as co-hostesses. There were treasurer Mrs. C. O. Palmer; Program
Jesse Graham circle presi- twelve members present. Mrs. J. P. Biapham; Civic
S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor dent, presided over the meeting. Mrs. W. M. Jernigan openedthe Mrs. W. H. Parramore; Horticulture -
The announcement was made meeting with the Garden Pray- Mrs. W. B. Oliver: Censer-
Engagement Announced that the April project was con- er.Mrs. vation, Mrs. R.B. Goff: Telephone.
tacting Extension Department Palmer, secretary gave her Mrs. Hal Fletcher: Garden Cen
members.It a report which was approved as ter. Mrs. ODonald Hatch and Mrs.L. .
Jr was announced that a pic- )a read.Mrs. M. Crews Jr.; and Flower Show
: 4' .. nic would be held for the young 4w. > W. L. Groover asked for Mrs. Niels H. Brorsen.
sdrd-yi yky yv /.F.,4.y. people of the Church in observ- reports from all the committeesand The hostesses served refresh
ance of Youth Week at Suwannee presented. the executive board ments at the close of the meettag.
River State Park at Ellaville. .. x report. The circle will meet again Mar
The program "Enlistment For aw 17 for the general meeting..
sy Missions", was presented by Mrs.S. .
.. .. ... T. McDowell assisted by Mrs. t Goodwill Club Met
: :. ...r.....:... <:. Dave Austin Mrs. J. M. Sullivan ; With Mrs. Birth.Announcement
.: '
: : :..:,:.;.;.:; d KelloggThe '
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v. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Amtme
Mrs. Sam Fann and Mrs. H. J.
9 Evans. : 4 Goodwill Club met Tuesday announce the birth of a son born
I 'i- M"s. Ralph Cox closed the meet- ;,. April 16, in the home of Mrs. on April 15 in the Monttertte
ing with prayer. W. W. Hunter with'eight members Medical Clinic. The gild wa
The circle will meet in May at i\ present. named Winston Darrel Andersen.

_J ...::..::.: ;:.:::;: the Church. unison.The Bible lesson was read in MULTI-COLORED. ROSEWOODThe

1ry }.....:...:....: '...,...,,;,." .' Games were played and prizes rosewood used in fine cabinet -
y....:, won Mrs.
;, 4 ;:': ::u. Birth AnnouncementMr. by B. W. Kellog. work comes from the jacaranda -
Mrs. Ross Leming dismissed the tree the National Geographic -
; 1S; and Mrs. William Carey meeting with prayer after which Magazine says. One variety is
..., .. Sawyer of Cocoa announce the
'.u. Hunter
: ; refreshments. nearly black with purple highlights -
",', .,. ;
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: birth of daughter Wednesday, ; [
';:':::;W" .' a d The Club will meet for their I ; another suggests tifer
,::';Ff1/', April 17. next meeting Tuesday April 30.I; stripes on a tawny to dark-red
..: ::"" She has been named Victoria in ,
'. ;:Y f:.: .. the home of Mrs. Leming. ground.
.,. ':;L" :': Cara Sawyer. I
.+':' : Mrs. Sawyer is the former Miss
\'.: ..:. :::< Cara Alice Tomlinson daughterof ::. ". : ..,. '
y' Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Tomlinsonof Mr. and Mrs. Troy. Monroe Fain of Tallahassee announce the i. FREE
Live Oak. engagement of their daughter. Miss Carolyn Ann Fain to Robert : ,,<". '.. 24-HOUR
Houston Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierson of this : :: "
*& Mills city. .:1; OXYGEN EQUIPPED
4 Miss Fain graduated from Leon High School and will receive : : .
Mrs. Roberson HostessTo
the B.S. degree in nursing in April from Florida State University Ambulance Service
Antioch CircleThe where she is a member of Sigma Kappa sorority.
Everly Hayes Circle of the Her fiance is a graduate of Suwannee High School and received Phone 362-3333

Antioch Baptist Church met Mon- his B.S. from Florida State University:, where he was a t1
day night Apr. 15, at the home of member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is employed by General
Mrs. Owen Roberson on E. DuvalSt. Electric Credit Corp., Tallahassee.. _
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lee Bray of Route One Live Oak, announce -. with eight members and two The wedding is planned for June twenty-ninth in St. John's DANIELSTFUNERAL
the engagement and approaching: marriage of their daughter visitors present. Episcopal Church, Tallahassee. JAMES B. .
Barbara to Frederic Dean Shipley son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mrs. Francis Parnell presentedthe HOME ( $ fEast
Shipley of Vincennes Ind. program, "Enlistment Mis- Mrs. Gates, secretary read the Everyone is to carry sandwichesand
The bride-elect is a 1962 graduate of American School, Chicago sions", and assisting her were minutes of the previous meeting drinks. Howard St. c
m. Mrs. John Gates and Mrs. Arley and they were approved.The The closing prayer was offeredby J. B. DANIELS L.F.D.S. .

Mr. Shipley is a 1960 graduate of Central Catholic High School, Hurst. circle was reminded of the Mrs. Gandy. C. BASS JR. ESEIJEIL
Mrs. James Royal opened the Prayer Retreat at Suwannee River The circle will meet with Mrs. :
Vincennes Ind. He is presently serving as a Hospital Corpsman in EMERT POTEET
program with prayer. State Park at Ellaville to be held Gandy at the Florida Sheriffs I
the U S Navy stationed at NAS Pensacola.The .
Mrs. Leslie Gandy presided over Apr. 30 from 10 ajn. to 3 p.m. Boys Ranch in May.
wedding plans will be announced later. the business meeting.

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G. A. BUlE..TRo Tpwnship 4 South Range IS East: NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION
Photographer Up A TreeElephants Sheriff Arrests Crop-Hail Insurance Columbia County Courthouse I You and each of yon are hereby .ev- TO WHOM IT MAY OONCBRN:
'- --
Lake City Florida rally notified that Jacob E. Blanton and Notice is hereby given of Mention to
Available To Growers Attorney for Plaintiff his wife. Jewell P. Blanton filed their apply to the IMS Session .* the Florida
Wild Canoes 60-1* t. '? t tIN I sworn Complaint in the Circuit Court of Legislation for the passage et an act.
Capsized Two OnCharge Crop-Hail Insurance for Florida I Suwannee County. Florida against you or acts, to amend and swptemeat. or to
Negroes vegetable and tobacco THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT and each of you as Defendants seekingto amend or suppteveBt. the Charter of the
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY quiet the title of the Plaintiffs to the City of Live Oak. Florid, as amended
growers is now available from FLORIDAIN PROBATE.IN above described real property. located in to provide for ose or more .f the following -
amass Geographic Cameramen Florida Farm Bureau Mutual BE: The Estate of Suwannee County Florida. :
B & E
ANNIE LAURIE LONG. You are farther hereby notified that 1. To permit the City Cevacfl to fix:
Insurance Company Leon J. Deceased, the return day of this Notice to Defend the eompensatioa to be paid tile Chiefof
"There I was up in the tree with nothing but a paddle Gill, Sr.. local agent reportedthis NOTICE TO CREDITORS in May 25. 1961 and you shall on said Police otherwise knows as the Marshal -
and Two Negro men were arrested AD creditor of the Estate of Annie date serve a copy of your defense if any. and to ehaage the esapapation
an empty oil can. and confined to the Suwannee week. Laurie Long, deceased are hereby notified upon Alfred T. Airth. Attorney for Plaintiffs to be received by said officer during
National Geographic photographer Richard H. Stew- This newest line of insur- and required to file any claims ordemand whose address is P. O. Box UTe I' his term of office;
break- crop 2. To provide hi the event the City
County jail last week for which they may have against Live Oak. Florida and immediately
, art found himself in this plight after an eddy caught his ing and entering Glady's Place ance is in line with Farm Bureau said estate in the office of the County thereafter file the original of same in Council should hereafter elect M to do.
for municipal court and its jurisdiction -
1 Mutual's to furnisha Judge of Suwannee County. Florida in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit a
dugout canoe and whipped it against fallen tree in effort
a a colored restaurant on Highway the Court House at Lire Oak Florida Court of the above styled Court: otherwise ; the office of u nieipl judge.
Panama's turbulent Cascajal Riv- 129 in Branford approximately more complete service to Florida within six (6) calendar months from the c Decree Pro Confesso will be en- provide for his and awotetateat.. term.compensation the
duties and hi
lone boulder wedged into the cre growers Gill said. date of the first publication of this tered against you. event such municipal court: is established -
er.Stewart vice. The impact Jammed Moore'scamera a year ago. notice. Each demand or claim must be WITNESS one of the Honorable Cir- for the auspea.ios of the. pow-
oil can. and paddle The two men broke into the Filed in duplicate in writing, and must cuit Judges of the Third Judicial Cir- ers now vested h the office of Mayoras
into his chest and he bore state the place of residence and post cuit of Florida as well as the Clerk of ..
were catapulted 25 feet Into thetree's last Beulah Club Sets set oat Section (B) of Article
building and stole $35-$40 I
its imprint for weeks. office address of the claimant and must the Circuit Court all on the 19th day 10. of said City Charter dvrteg such
tranches. Several thousand be t sworn to by the claimant his agent of 1963.
year and got away Lewis said. April. period or periods. a municipal eourt
dollars worth of photographic Moore who has been a member said Thursday Meeting or his attorney or it will become void LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS shall be in opentkso.
He he
made the arrest in
of the National Geographic staff according to law. Clerk of Circuit Court CITY OF LIVE OAK
equipment sank with the boat beneath Hamilton County after learning The monthly meeting of the GEORGE L. LONGAdministrator Suwannee County, FloridaBy (SEAL)
for 32 years lost the seat of his Geraldine M. Gamble. W.
the swirling water. the whereabouts of the suspects Beulah Community ImprovementClub By Harvey Perry
60-1 D.c. CIty CWrk
"When I got back to the office." pants while scrambling away from the Hamilton County sheriff will be held Thursday April 50-1 47-SO
charging elephant in Kenya. 25 at the Community Center. Due IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
Stewart recalled, "the first thing ,
Africa. But he managed to get who had picked up several Negro JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURTIN
they asked me was. 'Did you get youths for a similar charge. to the fact that the 4-H Club has SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA.IN IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
any pictures?' **_ some dramatic photographs.Dr. The two already met, the meeting will begin CHANCERY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN FLORIDA.PROBATE
Melville Bell Grosvenor Negroes were identified JACOB E. BLANTON and his wife RE: The Estate of JURIS tCTION.
Photographic Hallmark as Otha Lee Carter and WillieB. at 8:00 P.M. JEWELL P. BLANTON. W. A. WARD. IN RE: The Estate of
president and editor of the National A covered dish will be Plaintiffs.Vs. Deceased. WALTER L GARNER.
Stewart didn't record his mishap Seymore. Lewis said supper
he went to .
Geographic Society scored Notice Of Application Of Final DischargeOf
but National Georgraphic Jasper and questioned Carter one served prior to the program and J. T. G. CRAWFORD and FRANCIS Surviving Executor Natic Of FlaggPPeetitiion For Final
photographers for descades have one of the Magazine's many firsts of business meeting. IRSCH and HENRY E. ELLIS Trustees Notice is hereby given that I have Discharge Of Administratrix:
in 1930 when he made the first men the Hamilton County Defendants. filed my petition for a discharge as TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-
overcome hundreds of unexpected successful natural-color sheriff had arrested. Lewis said Garth Nobles chairman recreation NOTICE TO DEFEND Surviving Executor of the Estate of W. Notice is hereby given tt I hate
hazards to carry out assignments.Their photo- Carter subcommittee. Suwannee THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A. Ward deceased; that I will applyto filed my final return as advimtetratrix
graphs from the air. He rode in denied the Suwannee Francis Inch and Henry E. Ellis if the Honorable Reece Brown. County of the estate of Walter I. Garner, deceased -
colorful photographs from Navy dirigibles County charge but revealed his County Rural Areas Development said Defendants are living. and if said Judge of Suwannee County Florida on ; that I have filed my petitionfor
all over the world are a hallmarkof over Washington association with Council will be present and discuss Defendants are deceased the unknown Tuesday. May 21, 1963 for approval of final discharge and that I will apply -
D.C.. New York and'Asbury Park Seymore. spouses, heirs devisees, grantees, credi- the same and for discharge as Surviving to the Hon. Reeee Brow. Count
the Magazine first published in New Jersey to make the Lewis said he then went to the "Recreation And How It Will ton or other .parties claiming by Executor of the said Estate; thatan Judge of Sawanaee County, Florida on
October 1888. pion- county prison in Hamilt.onCounty Affect Rural Areas." through under or against such deceased accounting to the Court was waivedby Monday May 6th. It... for approval of
eering pictures. camp I Defendants if alive and if dead their the Testator in and by his said Will the same and for ffoal discharge as ad
When W. Robert President Allbritton
Moore chief Lloyd
"Frequently the photographic and interrogated Seymore, urges unknown heirs, devisees legatees, or and no accounting will be made to the ministratrix of the estate of Walter I
of the magazine's foreign edi- who confessed to the burglary and i all interested persons as well as grantees and all parties having or Court but has been made to the interested Garner deceased.
torial staff returned from South voyages consisted of shadowchasing all members of the to claiming to have any right title or Interest parties. April 8th, mi.
a community
," Grosvenor recalled. implicated Carter. in the property herein described 8/D. sWARD VERA K. GARNER
American assignment he was "Some- The sheriff brought both make a special effort to attend. to-wit: Surviving Executor of the Administratrix of tttc .*..te o"
asked if he had times; after scurrying over Wash- men The NEt of the SEVi and theS Estate of W. A. Ward Walter I. Garner deceased.
gone where no out-
ington at express-train the back to Suwannee County where % of SE to of Section 15, 49-52
sider had been before "yes" he ship would arrive at the desired they are in jail awaiting arraign-
Public NoticesIN -
replied. feet
"Forty down in a rock ment.
spot just in time to have of
fissure in British Guiana." a wisp
None of the

Moore was crossing a crude log sun cloud, and form thus between make the the scene attempt and recovered Lewis.stolen. said.money He added was THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD mnr': e PPolttJAJu I

bridge near Kaiteur Falls when a that Carter and Seymore hid the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ,
log gave way. He was saved by a futile. SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA. ,
Bones Of The BountyIn was money later in found Seymore's by house.Seymore'swife It JACK HOOD Plaintiff. _r4 ........::.

1957 Luis Marden, another who spent $21 of it before ALYNE HOOD-vs-, -I
veteran National they got it away from her, Lewis Defendant.
WhyIs member dived beneath the Pa- said. NOTICETO LITTLE ADS
WANTED Women with of
cific off Pitcairn Island and found Address Unknown. SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -
car to work 16 hours or more
the remains of the mutiny ship You are hereby notified that a Com- guaranteed not to leak.
plaint for Divorce has been filed against BIG RESULTS per week to increase family Ottis Brown Motors. Ole tf
Bounty.A Dorcas Mock 17 you and you are required to serve a copy budget. Hours to suit you. Sev-
later. Mr. Marden and of your answer or other pleadings to
ThereSo year the Complaint on the Plaintiff Attor- eral openings available. Write FOR SALE-New and used plan.
photographer Bates Littlehales ney. G. A. Bai. Jr., Lake City Florida, BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever Lucille Conner Box 640, Starke, os. Frier Music Co.. North OWc
into sacred well in Funeral and file the original answer or other
plunged deep a ServicesDorcas
pleadings in the office of the Clerk of! Fla., for full details or call Ave.. Live Oak 362-2188.
Mexico's Yucatan to recover Maya the Circuit Court on or before the 24th the purpose TOO will 964-0284. pbbh 48-49 cgetf
arti-facts. After repeated dives Clifford Mock, 17, resi- day of May 1963. If you fail to do so, find Democrat classifieds doe

the men suffered severely from dent of Suwannee County died judgment you for the by default relief will demanded be taken in against the job quickly and well. WANTED Short order cook i FOR SALE Registered Polled

MuchMonth the bends and were flown by the Sunday morning at his home near Complaint. good salary. Apply A & W Drive Hereford yearling bulls calf-

Navy to Florida for emergency McAlpin.He Florida DONE this and 20th ORDERED day of at April.Lire 1963 Oak _ I In. cge tf hood vaccinated. T. A. Rowand

treatment.; is survived by his parents, LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS and Son Madison Hwy. Call

Joseph Baylor Roberts, Assis- Mr. and Mrs. Dorcas Cecil Mock; Clerk Suwannee of Circuit County Court Florida WANTED: Part-time salesladies. 362-2360. pbbe 47-50

tant Director of Photography one brother, Byron Mock; and two By: Lavaughn A. Sessions DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Apply Worth's Surprise Store
FOR SALE 16 ,,
Clerk. ft. Over-nighter
Monday through Friday April -
Left sailed aboard the nuclear subma- sisters Miss
Betty Mock
and Miss (Circuit Court Seal)
5:00 PJVL
29 to May 3. cge 50 35 hp Evinrude Lark motor.
rine U.s.s. Triton as both photo- Cecile Mock all of Suwannee .
electric starter and trailer. See
grapher and naval officer duringits County. WILSON AUTO PARTS needs individual
At and make offer. 2 miles east
historic cruise around the Funeral services were held Tues- QRESCRIPTIONS LOW RATE FOR RESULTS male or female for Mayo at Bay Oil Co. plant. Call

world submerged. day afternoon at 3 pjn.in the Live part time card clerk. Apply in 794-4351. Mayo. cbbe 48-51

TheEnd George F. Mobley was given a Oak City Cemetery. The Rev. Ed- 2} cents per word with a person Monday, or write P. O.

short training course by the win Montgomery pastor of the minimum tf 75;. Box 655, Live Oak for application FOR SALE Herd bull 1 cow

Washington, D.C., fire department Jasper Presbyterian Church, of- (All classifieds must be paidin cge tf with bull calf, 3 heifers all
before he was allowed to climb a ficiated. ten "tf,,.. advance.) registered Polled Herefords. T

lofty fire ladder to obtain a strik- Pallbearers were Dess Fennel. A. Rowand & Son Call 362-

of ing aerial view of the White House I Paul Garrison G. O. Blanchard. : ONE WEEK FREE For Sale-Real EstateFOR 2360. pbbe 48-52

for the official guide to the exe- Haskel Prevatt Bill Matthews,
cutive mansion. and George Kinard. SALE Two bedroom block FOR SALE: :36x8 houee trailer,

TheMoney John E. Fletcher clamberedtip Harry T. Reid Funeral Home of Classifieds ordered for four house in Pinewood SubDivision. 'I 2 bedrooms full bath. In excel

a 1,212-foot radio tower in Jasper was in charge of arrange- I weeks run the last week free. Low monthly payments and 1 lent condition. Pride $1725 with

Thule Greeland for a panoramicshot. ments. $2.25 will pay for a 30 word small equity. Contact Joe Brin- $280 down. Located at Morgan's
advertisement for four weeks.
He felt the spire sway omin- son. nc tf Trailer Park. pge50IF
Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds -
ously; guy wire fluttered in the
for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS.
? cold wind. "I was conscious of an ern Australia. His party was ship- YOU HAVE GUM, HICKORY -
home with 2 baths and fresh
irrestible urge to hang on," he wrecked on that bleak coast and HEALTHWith CYPRESS OR OTHER
roasted peanut business. 212 N.
for a time believed lost. HARDWOOD TIMBER FOR
said.Fletcher A Regular Checkup Shelby ave. Live Oak.
ConsolidateDEBTS traveled the length of B. Anthony Stewart Chief Na- From Your Doctor. pbbe 47-50 SALE CALL H. C. CROSS &

Oregon's Cascade Range with a I tional Geographic Photographer And If He Should Prescribe SONS AT 362-2079 FOR TOP

party of snow surveyors. Thrown !. enjoyed perhaps the most fateful Remember Our VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE 100 ft. frontage on PRICES. pdJJ 50-2

from a snow tractor careening out adventure while on his first major XPERTPRESCRIPTION :Machine machineless. and cold Hwy 90, 1 mile west of city limits -

of control Fletcher fell beneaththe assignment.He wave permanents given. Ope- several large pecan trees. STRAWBERRIES for sale: 25c

treads. asked authorities in a small SERVICE rators Annie H. Mills Myr- O. J. Rose Rt. 1 Box 244, Live qt.. you pick them or 35c qt.

INTO Only a hole in the snow saved Maine town to persuade the pret- tice Croft and Frances John- Oak. pbbe 49-52 picked. Bring container. 4 miles

him. Looking up. the photographer tiest girls to serve as models. The HUNTER son. Phone 362-1831. cge tf, west of Lawtey Fla. on State
could the spikes of the trac- first to arrive FOR SALE 4 bedroom home
se was Lillian Heald REXALL DRUGSJOHN Road
I 225 phone
((1)) tor treads spinning six inches who filled the bill so.well that she Douglass High School parents and $300 down payments $60 per 6 No 782-3022 after

above his eyes. "A few inches clos- soon became Mrs. Stewart. BITS, Pharmacist patrons are urged to join their month. Phone 362-2235 for Jimmy p.m. Sunday picking

EASYPAYMENT er and they would have chewed P-TA now. We need your help. complete details. ccjj 49-52 Gaskins. caje 50

my head off" he said.Madman's Call J. L. Bevell principal 362- FOR SALE Three bedroom FOR SALE: 1 pair hound puppiessix

1192. cge tf months old 1 Blue Tick and
Act DANCEEVERY brick home, tile bath carport
While photographing ice fisher- Septic tank and drain field natural gas heating, hot water 1 Walker. W. A. Lyle Rt. 5, Box

men on northern lakes Thomas J. SATURDAY NIGHT cleaning. Suwannee Madison, heater. Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. 96-D. Live Oak, Fla. cge 50

Abercrombie decided to get a WITH THEORIGINAL and Hamilton Counties. Call J. .. Sherwood Forest. Call 776- FOR SALE: Tobacco plants six

fish's-eye view.He and a compan- ROCKABILLIES W. Darby, Jasper after 6 p.m. 2505. ccjj 49-52 varieties 1 mile south of Bell,
L TOWN ion plunged into the icy water FROM 9 TO 1 cajj tf U.s. 129, Louis Wallace.
and snapped pictures beneath 20- ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house one caJJ-50

inch-thick ice. THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S' LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY -With and a half baths on BlackburnAve. FOR SALE: Cheap. 3-pc. bedroom

"Despite insulating rubber Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. Inquire at Wilson's Grocery suite, innerspring mattress and

suits,. Abercrombie wrote "the Cheek Drugs paejj 44-17 Mayo Road Live Oak Fla. springs. Good condition. Call

FINANCE cold was sheer horror I look cge tf 362-3275. pge 50

back on .experiences the FARMERS: It takes money to
my as OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between -
make See
money. your cooperative -
act of a madman. MINORS ALLOWED PCA for a farmerplannedloan. Dr. B. E. Daniel's office (Office Supplies At McCrimea's)

In a back alley of Marrakech Terms up to 7 years. See and A & W Root Beer Stand

Morocco Robert F. Sisson found North Florida Production Credit 40 ft frontage 137 foot deep

CO1 himself caught in a mob of Arabs Association S. Ohio Ave.. $8000.
tf 0
cge WORK
rioting against the French. One TIME IS RUNNING OUT! 362-2588, Live Oak Florida WANTEDFOR

Arab unsure of the photographer's calf tf Wholesale value of primary t

nationality put a curved knifeto manufactured forest products in TREE WORK of aH kinds,

213 W. Howard St. Mr. Sisson's throat. When he For A Short Time Only Cable TVWill WOULD LIKE TO borrow money.If Florida has increased five timesin -demossing call phone, pruning 7S4-36W, take down

LIVE OAK FLA. shouted "Brooklyn Dodgers!" the you are interested in lending 25 years according to the Flor- or write
Preston Brock Mayo Fla.pcJJ .
Arab withdrew. $40,000 at 8% interest for a per- ida Forest Service.

Loans to $$600.00 Howell Walker spent eight accept your Housetop Antenna as the connect. iod of 10 years to put in a drivein 49-51
ion fee
Cable Hook
on a Up You only the
months photographing the abor- pay eating place between Dr. e FOR RENTFOR REPAIRS, CONTRACTING Res.
gines of Arnhem Land in North- first month's service charge of $3.95 and $3.95 Daniel's office and the A & W Com. Phone 362-1W1, Free Estimates -
per Rootbeer Stand write to P. O.
RENT Newly decorated day or night service
Box 209. Live Oak. Fla. Can put licensed work guaranteed E. C

low Meteury Savinp Tims Pncesl Or If You PreferKeep up adequate land as ceeb-50-1 security. only.furnished Phone apartment.362-1498 or Couples 362- Faulkner Plumber pbbe 50-1

3143. Mrs. P. C. Powell 410
your antenna Pay the $10.00 connectionfee Demorest St. cge tf SALESMAN WANTED

3 MERCURYPrices and $3.95 monthly and enjoy good television For SaleAutomotiveFOR
reception! FOR RENT Six room furnished

house newly decorated, con-
Drop by a friends house and see the difference Cable SALE 470 GMC tractor veniently located. 213 N. Walker year-old Texas ORGANIZED Oil
and 24 ft. single axle trailer Company offers -
makes in a baseball game. Come by and let us hook with stake side bodies. Pricedto Ave. Call Mrs. Phil Townsend unusual opportunity to 4

t you up before the_season gets too far gone. sell. See 2 miles east of Mayoat Sr.. 362-1074. cge tf men above 40. Knowledge of

Bay Oil Co. plant or call FOR RENT Unfurnished two tractors and machinery helpfuL -

Remember 794-4351 Mayo. cbbe 48-51 bedroom house also one small Sales experience not neces

LYDA house.. Phone 3622565. sary. We train if hired. Draw-
YOU GET FAR SUPERIOR pbbe 49-52 ing account when Qualified.
Motor Rewinding
Must have late
FOR RENT: Large clean furn- Is a permanent position
On This Fine Car Are THAN YOU CAN GET ON ANY TYPE Repairs and Rewinding ished apartment 2 private entrances Ing advancement to man offer-with

HOUSE TOP ANTENNA. Any Kind Electric Motor screened back porch. managerial ability. Also have

Lower Than You'd ExpectVISIT Also Sales and Service Phone 362-2441. cge tf Position open to man willing to

Call Us Today-362-3535 CALL travel 4 nights
HeCnIIers Electric Motor Repab FOR RENT: Unfurnished apartment from week away
city. For
personal inter-
Telephone Day 362-3278 $40 per month available
CABLE T.V. OF LIVE OAK Night 362-2326 May 1. Also front apartment view BLANCHE see J. A. COMBS, HOTEL

217 E. Howard St downstairs 3 entrances conveniently -
South Ohio Avenue Hunter Bros. Building located. Call 362-1056.
E. HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-1112 cajj tf caej 50-51 7:30 P. M. SHARP. pcJJ 50

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t Mrs. < Hamilton Pays State Chamber Reports :'

S Suwannee I[HALF fJA5Y TUN I Official Visit Florida Attracts New Residents .

From States Outside The South .
il Funeral Kiwanis has moved steadily for-
ward during the past 48 years to .
11 BOY- /GHT BARRELSBOBO: probably the greatest service,organization Florida has been attracting an increasing proportion
Funeral services MADE SOME JUMP. in the world. Lt. Gov. of new residents from states outside the south in recent
Hingson 95, a E. K. Hamilton told the club at years, the Florida State Chamber of Commerce said yes
,I nee County were ; his official visit last week. terday in its Weekly Business Review.
( urday, April 12, in k' v
i He called attention to the number "Florida residents born in the northeartern, north
| ;; phla Baptist in I
of weeks in each year that are central and western states out-
,\ Revs. J. O. Knight In the 50,000 to 25,000 range were
\ Baillie officiating. -1 set aside for specific service pro- numbered those born In southern
Polk Sarasota Volusia, Manatee
1 Mrs. Hingson is grams in Kiwanis. states (not including Florida) for and Lee.
of the first time by the 1960 census
of sponsorship
Mallon "Because our
son "The 25,000 to 10,000 group were
these service ," Hamil- count", the report pointed out.
two daughters Mrs. programs Escambia. Seminole, Okaloosa.
f and Mrs. Nellie ton said, "Kiwanis has received "Floridians born in southern Lake Pasco, St. Lucie. Leon. Indian -
\ Clearwater: three many awards all the way from states totaled 1.275,735 and those River and Bay. Gains of teas
Gamble Mrs. Lou 100 local or community levels to the from other states 1442230. Na- than 10,000 down to 400 took
Mrs. Ada McCloud national." tive Floridians numbered 1,783.- place in Charlotte Monroe Mar-
039. These figures include only
Oak; one brother The objects of Kiwanis were I tin Collier Osceola Marion. San-
those living in Florida at
i j live Oak. J adopted at the International Con- persons ta Rosa, Highlands Alachua Putnam -
the time of the 1960 census, Aprilof
She had 16 vention of Kiwanis in Denver in Hemando Citrus, Okeecho-
gret grandchildren, 1924. These have not changed that year and are net of any bee St. Johns DeSoto, Nassau.
who moved out of Florida
great grandchildren. since, Hamilton continued. persons Hardee, Hendry, Clay Taylor,
prior to that time.
1 Active pallbearers Gulf Glades and Flagler.
They include encouraging moral
"The southern total
states (excluding -
[ Ward Cecil get OQ "These gains refer only to new
i and spiritual values, promoting Florida) dropped from 56
t hams, Howard residents from outside of Florida.
business stand-
and professional per cent in 1950 to 47 cent in
j Hingson and J. I. ards, building better communities 1960 while the other-states per total Details on states of origin of these
Honorary and cooperating to create new people are not yet available
accounted for 44 per cent and 53 "
P. Moore the on a county basis.
and maintain "that sound public
r JM. Hearn, Ira opinion and high idealism which per"Gains respectively.in out of state new resi- .
t. J Wilson. and W. makes possible the increase of dents took place in 45 of thestate's The Florida forest industry includes -
J righteousness Justice patriotism- 67 counties from 1950 to nine pulpmills 171 saw
f Home of Lake City "
and good will. 1960. The five leaders with increases mills, 21 veneer and crate plants,
.71.1 One of the MANONEY Hamilton explained that a from 350,000 to 100,000 and 21 wood treating plants.
handful of businessmen started were in order, Dade Broward, .
wealthy man and
that the wealthy Kiwanis in Detriot shortly before Pinellas Orange and Hillsborough. Over 95 per cent of or dvilJaa-
jia his last meal M. Shaw Funeral Services America entered World War I. The 100,000 to 50,000 gainers were tion's metal requirements are met
, next. G. John They had no concept of what Ki- Palm Beach Duval and Brevard. by steel.

... in wanis could grow to be. It took
"" a Funeral ServicesFuneral Held For Mrs. them kind.a year to develop vision of
services for John M. "Forty eight years later the
I Shaw, 57, a former resident of Richard McKeeFuneral men of Kiwanis are still sailing
DRIVE Suwannee County were conduc- unchartered seas, but it is their NIGHTLY

JASPER II ted Saturday in the Mt. Pisgah services for Mrs. Mary vision that keeps them underway," BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT

Phone % Air Baptist Church with the Rev. Olive McKee, who died Tuesday, Hamilton said. Admission On
: $2.00 Couple FridayNO
"Your objectives for 1963,
BEST FRIED Ben Borders officiating. Burial April 9, in a Jacksonville hospital,
was followed in the church cemetery.Mr. were held Thursday April 11, at Hamilton told the Kiwanians MINORS PLEASE
& SEAFOOD .Shaw died Tuesday in a Miami 3:00 pjn. in O'Brien Baptist "set the theme that all of us can
J Chicken I hospital following a brief ill- Church with Rev. Cornelius L. well strive to emulate: 'Accept LITTLE HICKORY
Served with Davis, Rev. W. H. Anderson and responsibility with your head high,
Salad and ness.He was born in Columbia County Rev. W. T. Newsome officiating. face challenges with your head Formerly Country Kitchen _
Xtra and moved to the Mt. Pisgah Interment followed in the church straight and thank" God with your I!I Madison, Florida
CATFISH, community in his early youth cemetery with Wilson & Brannon head bowed. I
of where he resided for a number of Funeral Directors in charge of ar-

With All The a years. In 1935 he moved to Ken- rangements.Mrs. .
the dall,Fla.,where he has lived since. McKee is survived by her
$1.50 He was employed as a mechanic husband. Richard E. McKee of
O Fresh Custard end- with the Dade County Shops. Live Oak; her parents Mr. and WHITE LEVI PARTY
Milk Shakes, fea Mr. Shaw was.a member of the Mrs. L. M. Wilson of O'Brien;
of All Flavors. Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church.He two brothers, Julian L. and CalvinC.

Root Beer. 40 is survived by one daughter Wilson, both of Jacksonville.Born .
We Furnish Rev. Mrs. Alice Marie Ewing of Port- In O'Brien Mrs. McKee SATURDAY
for land Maine; one son, Harvey L. moved to Live Oak some 20 years ,
WATCH FOR Ger- Shaw of St. Augustine; two brothers ago where she had resided since. TERRIFIC TEEN
Samuel Wayne Shaw of She was a member of the First APRIL 27
Cutler Fla., and H. D. Shaw of Baptist Church of Live Oak. _
Forest Park, Ga.; two sisters Inc. '
(Office Supplies At McCrimon's) Mrs. Avy Brantley of Miami and 1:00 h15.0(1(
Mrs. Linda Pearl Cooper of Hia- Scott Attends Miami

leah Pallbearers; he had seven were J.grandchildren.W. Gafson, Insurnce Conference FREE RECORD To Everyone \ThoT
Reginald Scott of Live''Oak-re 4 -
J. W. Redstone. R. M. Harrel. M. America's'Choice -
M. Harrell, J. W. Vann Jr., andP. presentative of Metropolitan Life oung
save on R. Bender. Insurance Company is in New . Buys White Levi'sFREE
Orleans this week for business
Wilson and Brannon Funeral a :
Home in Lake City was in charge. conference with officials of the WHITE LEVI'S; RECORD to the first ten boys girls
w c ; company at the FontainebleauMotor or
AMERICAN $tandardj Hotel. y -- caught wearing the White Levi Outfit in the
Cancer Service Scott had an exceptional sales
) Society
AIR CONDITIONING and service record last year and store.

I R Unit Holds WorkdayThe is among the top-ranking mem- DRAWING AT 3:00 PMLAJ
H American Cancer Society bers of Metropolitan's staff of A;;. :
w.low ost System Service Unit of Suwannee County 30,000 field representatives in the
held a workday last week with United States and Canada.
C ol/ $ YQur: Entire Hous&I eight churces represented. 4:00( PM & 5:00 PM

Lunch was served by Parker'sDriveIn.
Cold drinks were fur- State's Attorney SpeaksTo Records
: For 30 Free ,
nished by the Coca-Cola Bottling
( Junior DeputiesThe ,
Company of Live Oak.
To date the following items are Junior Deputies met at 3 Free White Levi's
Eat better. better. Feel better.
Sleep . in storage: 38 dozen gauze bandages Kay's Restaurant Monday night
PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AND HEART 42 dozen assorted pads, 23 and heard an address by State
William Randall Slau-
FREE johnny coats, 2 lap robes and 2 Attorney
pairs of men's pajamas.The ghter who explained the duties ol THE AUTHENTIC
I FRIER MUSIC CO. his office and the responsibility
service unit announced thatit
,.Easy TefmsiCaiJI has plenty of material to work of the court. WHITE LEVI'S OUTFIT
Phone 362-2188 with. The youths enjoyed a hamburger -
Today supper and conducted a brie c
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA business session at the end of the 1. White Levi's . . . . $4.45
This week's safety thought from
FHP Bossman H. N. Kirkman: meeting. 2. Surfin' Hat . . . . $1.98

The driver who kids around in 3. Plaid Ivy Shirts . $2.98 & $3.98
traffic is being real childish. (Office Supplies At McCriraon's]
; 4. White Tennis Shoes . $2.98 & $3.98P



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Will Be Closed S\ S ? Pi J' Many With 2 Pockets Ij

j OUR REG. $1.98

APRIL FRIDAY 26,1963In 1 1ti s ro Y 2 FOR $ .Y

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the slim trim pants with the

,{ LIVE OAK, FLORIDA long, lean LEVI'S look! Tailored $3.98 VALUEin

.. plus fine-car styling... smoother ride tough Super Cord LEVI'S \ y ,

best resale value record in ,the field.
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County Ministers' Column Social Security LIVESTOCK -.- I -i : Smcannee DemocratSubscriptions
= : ;

The Benefits Increase REPORTBy .a ..r a..a .

Pastor's CornerBy In SuwanneeThere MARKETING FLORIDA BUREAU STATE I Here is a list of new subscriptions

and subscriptions renewed 1.
The were about 15% more pea to the Suwannee Democrat from
REV. JOHN M. HAYNES Cattle and calf trading at the
ple getting monthly Social Security April 12 to April 19.
Rector St. Luke's Episcopal Church Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar-
checks in Suwannee County at NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
ket Wednesday, April 17, dropped
"Lord remember David and His Kingdom. the end of 1962 than one year Mary Ebersole, Rt., L. O.
to 131 compared with 156
) all his afflictions Ps. 132 Children are by no means per- earlier. William M. Eanes District slightly Walter Baynard & Co., Sr
sold at the previous sale while hog
Alec Templeton who died a few fect, they too can be selfish but Manager for the Social Security trading climbed to 525 over 361 Petersburg.
weeks ago was born blind. He even if they know about some affliction Administration at Valdosta poin- the week before. Bobby Walker, Branford
was an excellent musician and some disease or sickness, ted out in releasing these figures Ronald Crews Gainesville
also had an excellent sense of it seems to rest lightly on them today. According to George C. Avery of Miss Lillian Jerrdis. Wabaso
humor. The combination of these until they get infected with the The national increase for the the Florida State Marketing Bureau ;; B. N. Saharan, Winter HavenR.
talents made hand-wringing self-pity of older same period was about 9V2*&. trading was active with demand B. Ganey. O'Brien.C. .
him a delight tc people who ought to know better.A Among the ten counties in the good for all classes. Slau- '. ; L. Wood Sr., O'Brien.SUBSCRIPTIONS .
all who hearc really sad spectacle is to see Valdosta Social Security district, ghter cows were steady to strong -
with other classes too few for accurate RENEWEDJ.
older so weighted Suwannee ranks second in the i
him. He hac some person
A. Taylor, Lake City
price comparison, he said.
down with self-pity with troub- number and amount of payments.
been known tc :
J ,
Mrs. Lola Fillyaw Rt L. O
spoof the music ':': les and afflictions, that this per- More than 1747 Suwannee Coun- Avery said that feederstockersteers
C. E. Henry, Bradenton.
t critics by dressing son can think of nothing else, no tians get about a million dollarsa and heifers were few while Bertha Brookins, Wellborn
up some one else or sometimes I think he year in Social Security benefit cows and calves were steady.
Mrs. Mildred Wise Rt., L. 0
I modern music or she does not even have room payments. "Feeder-stockers made up 78
Lamar Hancock, L. O.
I theme as if it left for a little trust in God. This means that nearly one out per cent of the run while calves Truby Lee, Starke.

were the works The Scriptures tell us that it is of every eight persons in the were 51 per cent of the total," Mrs. Alcyone R. Voyles. Fa<>'-
of Mozart playing possible to go through the vale of county now gets a monthly Social Avery added. ettesville, N. C.
it at some concert and then misery and that from these experiences Security check.Suwannee One utility slaughter steer sold Mrs. T. W. Daniels, Lake CityL.
hearing someone read him the you may draw water has 1,747 persons who for $18 per hundred pounds. Low- E. Avery, McAlpin.
reviews receive a total of $81,283 from social to-average; Standard heifers
f long-winded soul-searching and strength as from a well, and The Guidance Center, Madisor
the next day of some fool- the pools shall be filled with security. brought $18.75-$20 while Utilities Mrs. M. E. Warren, McAlpin.
ish critic. This world will miss water that is your understanding averaged $17.50-$18.50. "Can I treat you to cab fare?"
and compassion for others Cutter and low-Utility cows
one of the interesting can increase and mature. You can ranged from 131625. Canners 150-250 brought $24.75, Commons Medium and Good feeder-pigs
The tentacled Portuguese Man-
things about Alec Templeton my of course drown in them. kills brought $11-$13.50. brought $20-25.50. under 60 pounds brought $14-
of-War (Physalia physalis) Utility and Commercial IN 3 DAYS
wife read to me one evening she You are the only person who its food small fish and plank- mostly hog Sales $18.50; Good feeder-pigs weigh- If not hazed with trff.. iwUnt::' "'
h had run across this bit of news has ever suffered so much? Don't with poison yearlings brought $15- ing between 60-135 pounds ins T-4-L your 48e back at any dr t
animals a
tonie 1850. One good calf sold for Mixed grades of 180-210 pound brought 12501425. tore. Watch infected skin lough of
somewhere Templeton didn'teven kid yourself. God has forgottento similar to the king cobra's venom 521.75, Standard calves brought barrows and gilts brought $14.11, Watch healthy skin repine it. Itch an t
realize he was blind until play favorites, and His sup- 'I burning are rone TODAY at LIVE OAK
the National Geograhpic Maga- $18.50-$20, and Utilities traded 210-240 pounds $13.95. 240-270 DRUG CO.. KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper
he was seven years old. His par- posed injustice rankles in you even zine says. The physalia's sting can from $14.50-$18.25. pounds $1325 160-180 pounds (School Supplies at McCrimon's) and WISES DRUG in Ja."*r.
ents never told him and those more than the pain? God nev- make human bathers lose consci- Common and medium feeder- $13.78. 140-160 pounds $12.84,120-
children he played with apparently He loves
er did play favorites.
ousness. 140 pounds $12 100-120 pounds
were asked not to mention this each of us. He does not wish you steers brought $17-$21. SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
$12 and 80-100 pounds $11.60.
to him. He thought lived to suffer. bear and low-Good heifers
everyone He expects you to BUILDING NEEDS
sold Sows weighing between 180-400
the way he did and had a joyous any difficulties and learn from rebel even in sickness. A good from $17.75-$21 Inferior

and happy childhood. Childrenare these experiences, and to grow in way into tell your unjust God and Common heifers brought $15- pounds 400-600 brought pounds $12.05-$12-55$10.40$10.90.Boars ,. PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
very close to Our Lord and spirit. It is of course possible to about it. Weary Hun was a con- $17.Common PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
brought 7.
tinual catalog of your complaints, and Medium cows

and weary men also. brought $13-$19.50, Inferiors sold III AA tI Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
What a glorious opportunity to from $11-$14, and one Inferior FOR THE FRESHEST
be completely selfish. If you think I cow-calf pair brought $15. SEAFOODS

THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick Him unjust then you do not Good calves weighing over 250 Mack's Fish Market Langford Builders SupplyEast
know Him. It is God, and God pounds brought $22.75-$28.25

Veneer- One or Two Baths. alone Who can lead you throughany Mediums sold from $20.50-$25, and Freshness and Pine Quality Ave. Assured Helvenston Street Phone 36Z2873LIVE
experience any pain, any Commons traded from $16-22. Phone 362-1650 OAK FLORIDA
Let Him help an- Medium calves weighing between
FHA or CONVENTIONAL cross. ; and one I wuwuwuuwuuvuuw "
other along the way, that is all
Financing that is required of you, and you
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT will be able to bear anything. As .

silver and gold is heated in the ,' ,
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. furnace and the dross and impurities :

are removed, sufferingcan
SELECT YOURS NOW be a cleansing experience flame1ess.

Contact deepening our understanding, our r.
compassion for Others, taking j jt
from us all our arrogance and

W. G. MULLINSPhone selfishness if we allow it. And R' !I Ip '
the way of the cross we shall 3

362-2057 someday find was the road to
glorious and eternal life with is the BIG DIFFERENCE
God in His Kingdom. x

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Woman's Buccaneers Host FFA Boys Serve MealParentDaughter
:; News From Branford New Relay Meet

Hears Students The Branford Bacs will host FHA BanquetIs
: several schools in this area Friday -

+ BY: MRS. LOIS WIWAMS night for the first editionof
Held At Branford SchoolOn
Discuss PlansThe the Branford Belays.

This meet will feature seven
Allen Is High Man Cancer Drive Branford Woman's Club relay races with a trophy being Friday evening the Branford School cafeteriawas

held Its regular meeting Wednes- given to the winners of each the setting for the annual Parent-Daughter Banquetof

Bucs Set SaturdayThe day, April 17 at 3:30 in the Wom- race and an overall winner's the Future Homemakers of America.
Capture Championship annual Cancer fund rais- an's Club building with Mrs. W. S. trophy. There will be no other Miss Jo Ann Holmes, president of the FHA, presided

ing drive win be held Saturday, Ware presiding.Mrs. events on the program, and over the banquet. The welcome was given by Linda Bailey

In Suwannee Conference TrackFor April 27. .Robert Fletcher had chargeof some top- ite competition is ex- On Friday evening the Branford ior Degrees to Janey Johnson and
Mrs. Leon D. Hatch chairman the program on "Youth Con- pected. School cafeteria was the settingfor Peggy Ware. Chapter Degrees

the second year in a row, the Branford Bucca- of fund raising in Bran- servation. A group of senior girls Admission is free and the public the annual Parent-Daughter went to Inez Bass and Linda Faye

neers took the measure of the other Suwannee Conference ford announced that the Bran- took part on the program. Loy- is invited. The meet will begin Banquet of the Future Homema- Watson. Miss Watson, chapter

teams and emerged the champion of the Conference track ford Boy Scouts will take part selle Hatch gave the deveotinal at 7 pjn. Friday, April 26. kers of America. }historian conferred honorary
in helping raise funds. and Lynda Hudson ,told of her Miss Jo Ann Holmes, president membership upon Mrs. T. L. Dor-

; meet.The Everyone is urged to donateto plans to attend college in Mil- Band In Of the FHA, presided over the
Bucs 59 and to Participates sett.Mrs.
won by 2/3 points runnerof -
scorin j
this cancer fund to help con- chose
ledgeville, Ga., and why she banquet. The welcome was given Katherine Pryor, home economics -
up Union County's 37 and 23points. Branford pulled off a surpriseas
tinue research on this dread di- Pine Tree FestivalThe
this college. by Linda Bailey and the responseby teacher at Suwannee
Chiefland, Williston, North he outdistanced his competitorsin
1 sease. Elaine Griffen told of her plans Branford Band participated her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth High School, presented a discussion -
Marion, Jasper, Newberry Tren- this event. Johnny, who is an r .
for the future. in the Pine Tree Festival held Bailey. Pat Parker gave the devo- on "New Horiztons."
ton, Mayo and Dixie County also eighth grader, covered the distance -
Jamie Slocum, loca scoutmaster in Cross City Saturday, April 20 tional. The dinner consisted of nuts
participated in the all day meet. in 4:56: minutes to edge Branford FFA
Davis Allen of Branford was David Stapleton and Gerald Barrs gave a very interesting talk and marched from the Courthouseto Phyllis Koon reported on the and mints, baked ham, broccoli,
on scouting and some of the the school where they played chapter accomplishments during new potatoes, rolls strawberry
I high man for the meet, winning of Branford.
Places things the scouts have accom- Suwannee" and "On the Street." the year. Inez Bass and Jonnye shortcake and iced tea. The din-
four events and running on a win- This was Stapleton's first loss Chapter
plished. The band left Branford at 8:30 Kay Bradley reported on the state ner was served by the FFA boys.
ning relay team. David won the in the mile run in two and one-
Coach John Johnson told of his ajn. and returned at 5 pjn. The convention.Pat At the close of the banquet of-
shot, discus, broad jumP. and low half
years. In Area ContestThe plans for the recreation for the band members were accompaniedon Parker and Peggy Ware en- ficers for 1963-64 were installed.
hurdles, and ran the 330 leg on thesprint Branford now is looking forwardto
HI track meet which summer and what the summer recreation the trip by Mr. Miller, band tertained with a piano duet. Inez They were Inez Bass, president;
medley relay team. Group
Branford Chapter of Fut- program would consistof. directer and Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Bass played a saxophone solo accompanied Peggy Ware, president-elect;
Other winners the Bucs last
for Branford included won year.
Billy Collins in the 880 ure Farmers of America took partin At the close.of the program a Call.Sandra yGlorida Davis at the Jany Johnson secretary; Linda
the Sub-District Contest held short business meeting was held, Hatch and Paulette {1ano. Faye Watson, treasurer; Jonnye
:yard event. Billy set a new record Friday, April 19, in Live Oak. and minutes of the previous meet- Sykes carried the banner. Miss Pat Parker conferred Jun- Kay Bradley and Phyllis Koon,
the event
and was the only key Branford Retains The Branford Chapter placed ing were read and approved.Mrs. vice president of public relations;
man to set a new record,
'Union although first in the Harmonica and Quar- Ware read a letter from attorney Linda Bailey, vice-president of
.- did so In the 880 relay. CrownBranford tet contest and third in the Pub- Alfred Airth informing the I Branford PersonalsMr. degrees; and Jo Ann Thomas, his
Don Philpot won the 440 yard Relays
lic Speaking Contest. club that they had been incorpor- torian.
run for Branford and was another -
James Cranford represented the ated as a non-profit making cor- Miss Gloria Davis served as
I winner on the sprint medley retained its crown in and Mrs. Charles Sanford's
Branford Chapter in a Harmonica poration.At daughters, Shelah and Cassie of banquet pianist, and Miss Linda
:relay team. the Suwannee Valley Relays this sisters, Mary and Mollie, of Eagle Gainesville
, contest, and Cranford Paul Shin- the close of the meeting refreshments Mr. and Mrs. George Hudson took pictures and assisted -
Don was Conference champ last year to make it four in a row the holster, Wendall Mellette and were served by the Lake, Fla. were the weekend Smith and daughter, Melvia of the FFA boys in serving the
year in the 880 and showed his Bucs have won this event. and Victor Bradow representedthe hostess committee: Mrs. Herman guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buis Jonas. Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. TomHarrell's meal.
versatility by switching events The Buccaneers edged Chief- Miss Alice Jonas of Key West
chapter in the quartet contest. Williams, Mrs. W. R. Hill Mrs. family of Orlando. .
this year and winning land, Lake Butler, Cross City, at home with
again. Cary Lee took part in the public R. F. Hudson, Mrs. Oscar MunchJr. spent the weekend Saturday night guests of Mr.
,. In the mile run Johnny Fissell Trenton, and Newberry for the speaking contest. Other contests ., and Mrs. C. H. Fletcher.'Junior5 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buis and Mrs. Orville Moses and family Residents HonoredAt

title.The entered by the Chapter were Jonas. were, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gay-
win gave the Bucs a new tractor driving, parliamentary Mrs. Wallace Dicks and babyof lard Sr. of O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. li'rthday SupperOrville
trophy signifying this champion- procedure, and the sweetheart Texarkana, Ark. is visiting her A. W. Gaylard Jr. of Jacksonville
SWARMING? ship. If Branford wins the cham- contest. Bucs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Mr and Mrs. Roger McMul- Moses and Joann Odem

pionship for three it is theirs to The winners of these contests Sanchez. len and son Wayne of Gainesville.Miss were honored with a birthday

keep permanently.: will represent the Chapter in the Whip Chiefland Jimmie Ray Sanchez of Lack- Hilda Jones of FSU spent supper Saturday night In the
district contest to be held May 3 land, Tex. is visiting his parents, the weekend at home with her home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville

1i at the Branford School. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sanchez. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones Moses.A .
Methodist Church The district contest starts at Still UndefeatedThe Darrell Wilkerson of Lackland, and other relatives.Mr. supper of Ragout of Beef
Tex. is visiting his parents, Mr. & peas tea, strawberry cake and
Holds Revival ServicesRevival 9:30 in the high school gym, everyone i and Mrs. R. M. Bryant hadas
"Little" Bucs traveled to Mrs. Wilkerson.Mr. cream rice puddingwas
Edgar strawberry
4t is invited to attend. The weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs.
call each services this are being held district sweetheart contest will be Chiefland Saturday night and and Mrs. W. C. Bradley, and H. H. McElvey of Valdosta, Ga., served to the following: Mr.
I night week Monday found the track competition stif- Mrs. Edna Hunt spent the week- Mr. McElvey is Mrs. Bryant's and Mrs. Orville Moses, Mr. and
through Friday at the Metho- held May 3 at 7:30 pjn. in the
end in Lakeland visiting Mr. and brother.Mr. Mrs. James Odom, Mrs. Howell
dist Church beginning at 8 pjn Branford High.School. gym. fer.Branford won the meet 49-38, Mrs. C. H. Brooks over the week- and Mrs. R. M. Bryant spent Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson -

If I for the sake of your home Rev. Gene Folsom of Anthony, but claimed the victory on its last weekend visiting Dr. and Mrs.I. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirby,
i? m m BM Fla., is the evangelist. Scouts Complete strength in the field events. The end.Mr.. and Mrs. Johnnie Hall of M. Wade of Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moses and Mr.

... team was crippled during the first Largo visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bryant Jr. of and Mrs. Clyde Smith.
I i-- race of the night.when Clif Car- Brooks over the weekend.Mr. Chattahoochee.Mrs. .
--i; ; 25-Mile HikeEight
ver, the key relay man, was injured and Mrs. Wilson Smith had W. S. Ware, Mrs. Wilson with Mrs. Murray's parents, Mr.
. running the 100 yard dash. as their guests over the weekendMr. Suggs. Mrs. O. Z. Jones and Miss and Mrs. C. F. Johns. Mr. Johns
; I boy scouts and their scout- The Junior Buc team is riding and Mrs. Juston Rowell and Barbara Miller are attending the was celebrating his birthday and

master of troop 90. Branford, the crest of a highly successful son Larry of Jacksonville, Mr. State Conference of "The Wom- Mr. and Mrs. Murray were celebrating -
. completed a twenty-five mile hike season with three wins and no los- and Mrs. Wilson Smith Jr., and an's Society of Christian Service"in their anniversary.Mr. .

' T Sunday. ses. The squad holds successive three daughters, Carol, Sherrin, Daytona Beach this week. and Mrs. Frank Norris visited -
The scouts met at 5:00: am., wins over McAlpin, Jasper, and and Threasie of
Plant City, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Murray and friends in Macon, Ga. over
Sunday morning and journeyedby Chiefland.. and Mrs. Ronald Crews and two family spent Sunday in Lake City the weekend.
car to Live Oak arriving at
! the Courthouse about 5:40., They
began their hike at 5:45.

At noon, the scouts arrived at When minutes count it can use-and not a nickel wasted! Choose from
McAlpin and ate lunch. After a
Crown Extra Crown Crown.Each famous
long hike the scouts arrived in ,Economy ,

Branford at 4:50: pjn. STANDARD STANDS OUT for long-running mileage, dependable performance,

Scouts participating were Mike top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the

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ries Jerry and Randy Herndon
James Durden, Edward Kelly, modem pace of work and play.And you'll keeplservice! that helps you make the most of your car .

Travis Boatright and scoutmaster when you use today's Standard gasolines, designed and your money.Standard gasolines are the South's

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not to alter its present policies to' The mayor pondered the situa- the Grand Jury will come back '

Statement By Bill Bonds allow this request. tion for a long moment, fined her into session in two to three weeksto

ti. r The school board approved the $15 or 10 days, suspended the sentence deliberate on these and other, '
County Commissioner Bill G. Bonds Tuesday made the following trustees' nomination for instruc- and ordered the woman to
statement en radio and requested publication in this newspaper. His tional personnel in the various pay $4 jail costs. matters.Sheriff Corasended

statement follows: w r AG. schools. The majority of teachers "You understand that I'm suspending In other presentments to the
"Ladies and Gentlemen, this Is Bill Bonds, your County Commissioner -
from District Three. As you all know, three districts of the : nominated were approved by the the fine provided you pay Circuit Court the Grand Jury
County has been under Investigation by. a recent Grand Jury. In board however a few were not the costs and go on back wher- commended Sheriff Hugh Lew',3:
moving their presentment they stated that they made a thoroughand i.- approved at this time. ever you came from" Phillips I for his "fine work and diligent
complete investigation. The purpose of my being on this program : Leon McDonald, state repre- endeavors" in enforcing Florida
today is to clear my own part in this investigation. The Investigation .r sentative from Suwannee County said.Three Suwannee High School law and apprehending persons
of three districts for private work that went on in the appeared before the board and expressed students appeared before the who have violated the tew.

county."In today's edition of the Florida Times Union the states attorney his appreciation for the court. one plead guilty to reck- The Grand Jurors thanked
board's cooperation in providing the other two to drag Lewis for his capable service as
was quoted as saying that all the private work that went on in less driving,
the county was in only three districts. I personally think that one school bus transportation for the racing in the city. All three of sheriff of Suwannee County and
of the greatest injustices has been done to us three men and our dIgnitaries attending the recent them received suspended sentences. his cooperation with the Grand
associates and has caused considerable confusion in our county gov Forestry Day event.Commends Jury.
ernment. I would like for you good people to help me clear this thing
tt Teacher Raymond Robert Kologek plead The presentment stated that two
"up without any further embarrassment and humiliation to anybody.The } The school board commended and was fined *. would like for the
same crew worked in our district that worked in all the districts.I C1: guilty to speeding Grand Jury
.am asking you people if you think that an injustice has been done industrial arts teacher. Kenneth $10. people of Suwannee County to be
to let it be known to the proper authorities. If you would like to have a Wood, for his being selected to Other cases appearing on the fully advised of their feeling:
a thorough and complete investigation I would be all for it, but not y show a film representing Suwannee -I court docket include David Stew- with reference to the work beui3

just a partial one. County at the National Industrial ard, drunk charged $4 Jail costs; done by the Honorable Hugh
**I feel like our state's attorney has a personal grudge against me Arts Association Conventionheld Barton Long, drunk forfeited $15 Lewis."
for my being the one making the move to relieve him of his job as recently and the resulting bond and $4 costs; Willie Jones, Elected AttorneyThe
County Attorney. I personally don't feel that he should use the County
funds and the Grand Jury to fight a personal grudge, and I am recognition brought to the county. colored, disorderly conduct, for- Grand Jury also announced -
deeply resentful about the tactics, methods and manner in which he The resignation of basketball feited $15 bond and $2 costs; that it had made a complete
has conducted this investigation .attempting to cause my friends coach Larry D. Ross effective Ralph Andrew Mallory, reckless and thorough investigation and
and associates embarrassment and humiliation without justification.Me June 15, was accepted by the driving, forfeited $25 bond and $4 study of county government and
and the state's attorney can handle our own problems personally board. Transfers requestedby costs: Lewis Williams, colored, concluded that the position cf
without the necessity of spending any of the county funds at all. ; 4A5; several
teachers were delayed. drunk, forfeited $15 bond and $2 county attorney should be elected.
"I thank yon. Signed: .y 4'F Williamson said that he and the I costs: Willie McKinney colored The presentment stated that tt?

BILL BONDS" board would appear before Thomas disorderly conduct, forfeited $15 Grand Jury felt the best interests -
D. Bailey state superintendent bond and $4 costs; Sammie Brown, of the cittaens would be served -

4 of schools, and urge him to colored, fighting, forfeited $25 if this attorney were electdto
Slaughter Denies Accusations deviate from existing rules, allowing bond and $2 costs; Mose Skinner, represent the Board of County "

y g1JL:1 xr.. the use of state matching driving without license, forfeited Commissioners the Board c,

Bonds Attacks Staes Attorney funds to be applied to the con- $25 bond and $2 costs. Public Instruction, and act 02
struction of a gymnasium for county prosecutor in the Cour,*;
Nurse Miss Beverly. Haen and Dr. Seymour Morse examine a i Negro students. Judge's Court.

Raps Grand Jury InvestigationCounty young patient for orthopedic care at the Florida. Children's Com- The superintendent explainedthat No.6 The Jurors declared that thr?
of the Live Oak Lodge and is the
mission Clinic held at the Coliseum last week. the state matching funds as felt this would make the count
director of the
managing Harry-
Commissioner Bill Bonds Tuesday spoke over stipulated by the provision could Anna Crippled Children's Hospital attorney an Independent apr: :::*,

WNER Radio here and charged the Grand Jury with fail- No. 1 No. 2 be used for building primary educational at Umatilla, Fla. The Crip- who could serve the county w; .bout -

ing to make a thorough and complete investigation before der this program are a degree in great increase in food will be necessary facilities (classrooms) pled Children's Hospital is owned depending on those who cm-

bringing its presentment to the Circuit Court Monday. public health, registered nurses to feed its people, he said. only. and operated by the Florida State ploy him. The Jurors also recom-

I The Presentment of the Grand Jury directed a blanket certificate, and at least 2 yearsof As an agricultural area with Elks Association, Inc. mended the attorney be paid an

condemnation of the Board of experience working in public many days of sunshine per year No.4 Other installing officers were adequate salary for performer
has nothing to do with it, Slau- these duties.
County Commissioners for allow- health and orthopedics.The close to the market of consumption was the Company Commander at James A. Cason Jr., Ottis Brown
said. She Grand that
ing county road material equip- ghter two Elks provide the money to this area of Florida is in a that time, which was Hq. & Hq. Earl DeCastro, Reece Brown, Wy- Jury urged pro
"This occurred over years legislation be introduced fc7
ment and personnel to do work on ani- buy automobiles and pay the sal- unique position to profit from the Company of the 124th Infantry man Garland, Terrell Futch, A. P. per
and I have no bias or the Suwannee County Senator ar.d
private property.In ago aries of these workers. The service rapid growth of South-eastern Regiment. Nott, Robert T. Tuttle and JohnS.
mosity toward any public official. Representative as rapidly as
addition Bonds charged the is administered through the United States. Dunn is married to the former Flood. possible
I state's attor- to this
"As long am put recommendaticn
I state's attorney with using the commission which reports back to Adams pointed out that while Miss Harriette Ann Kunert 'of .
I will continue to put into effect.
Grand Jury as an instrument to ney the Grand Jury matters that I the Elks on its progress. The pro- this area has seen a fantastic increase Live Oak, and has two children; No.7
settle a personal grudge. gram, which costs the taxpayers in corn production becauseof
Malone and Ann.
a son a daughter -
., think need their attention, Slau- He pointed out that this illegal
I feel our state's attorney nothing, has met with considerable the use of dolomite, the best They reside at 1586 Alamo Drivein
ghter asserted. practice of doing private work atthe USE
has a personal grudge against me success. economical advantage to be gainedis ; Lake
The state's attorney explainedthat City. c:. \U't.. t se had been
for my being the one making the In tarntae toe coca fato beef I LX
r4 his Javc&teattcra did not I rumored for many years. He indicated -
move to relieve Mat at Ids tall es pounds.He .
L 'single out the three commissioner Soil District I No. 5 however, that the quan- FUCO
county attorney; Bonds declared. 1 stated that in 1955 per,acre _
districts as Bonds charged. He tity and nature of this private
!j Bonds was also quoted by the of land cultivated returned $5.56 The Negro truck driver told the
Monday edition of The Florida !said, however, the investigation Delivers Bass to the farmer, while in 1959, per mayor that If he lost his driver's work at county expense revealedby BrandInsecticide
I failed to reveal any instances of his 'investigation was alarm-
license he didn't know how he _
Times-Union as accusing the acre of cultivated land returned
i Grand Jury with failure to be illegal work performed in the $12 to the farmer.It would support his wife and seven ing.Slaughter
other two districts by current said, in addition, that"state's
thorough in its investigation and To Stock PondsBass has been the pattern of our children.f'bat's.
board members. attorney's office is inves-
declaring that "it appears to bea people that livestock consumption something you bring on
grudge affair," Bonds said he was deeply resent- were delivered last Fridayto increases faster than the popula- yourself; I can't help it," Phillips tigating the disbursement of cer- FOR

Charges Denied ful about the tactics and mannerin cooperators in the Suwannee tion increases. This is not neces- declared. "The law determines my tain county funds." BEST RESULTSDON'T

State's Attorney William Ran- which the state's attorney has River Soil District to complete the sarily true in consumption of actions in this courtroom." He declared that upon com-
conducted this investigation, stocking of fish ponds several The mayor suspended Wade's pletion of further investigation,
dall Slaughter who named Bondsas on vegetables.
one of the commissioners in- causing his (Bonds) friends and farms. The bream had previouslybeen Water and sunshine together license for three months and fined :>

_ volved in his investigations, said associates "embarrassment and added last fall at the ratioof work to make this part of Flor- him $50 and $2 costs for the in-
humiliation without .
_ "there is no basis in fact for Mr. and the sieate's justification."Me attorneycan ten bream to one bass and ida especially good in agriculture fraction.
Bonds to make such statements." handle our problems person- 1,500 bream per surface acre. In north Central Florida, water Coy Thompson appeared before
"I was performing my duties as ally without the necessity of The fish were furnished for the costs about 20 cents per acre foot. the court, charged with DWI, and
4 state's attorney in this investi- spending any of the county fundsat stocking by the U.s. Fish and Compare this to California at confessed to being drunk but denied -
gation and : Wildlife Service at Welaka, Fla. driving his automobile in that
my having been askedto all" Bonds concluded. $3.50 per acre foot, Adams noted.
resign as counsel for the board Slaughter pointed out that investigations Among those who received the While the facilities for proces- condition.The t

conducted by the fish were John Boatright John sing livestock in SuwanneeCoun- arresting officer testified
j _J 4 state's attorney's office and the Cameron, Ralph Carroll, Dr. ty are excellent, if the increase that he saw the man driving the
LAND James Dietrich, Tommy Edwards automobile. He said there were
CLEARINGBULLDOZING.DISCING reaches the proportions expected,
Grand Jury are paid for by the
state and require no county funds. E. V. Friar Fred Glass, Phillip other processors will be needed to two men in the car; Thompsonwas GOFISHING
Griffin Harry Howes, Charles handle the growth. This will fur- behind the wheel and the

Small or Large Areas The largest coral snake ever Howes, Robert Lee, Charles Mc- ther add to the economy of the other man, Howard George, was
Kee, Alex McKeithen H. L. Mc- county. laying down in the front seat.
CALL recorded by Ross Allen's Reptile
Institute at Florida's Silver Knight, Claude McMillan, Mrs. Adams also mentioned that con- The officer added that when he
Annie May W. A. Milligan Loy to arrest both men,
trolled temperatures increase live- attempted
Springs 47 inches
H. G. TURNERNight was & long, a
Poole E. L. L. B. Rober- fled the and got
fraction under four feet. Pope, stock, poultry and hogs at a good George scene
963-2751 son, W. R. Starling, C. B. Warner, rate of return. For instance, hogs away.

Day 9632373or Arctic terns are the world's and Paul Welling. return $7 per head extra if raised The defendant said there were
writeP. champion commuters. They sum- John Douthat student trainee in a temperature of 60 degrees. three men in the car and the man

_ O. Box 475 mer in the Arctic and winter in from the University of Florida was By lighting poultry houses three who was driving the vehicle "got

WELLBORN, FLORIDA the Antarctic flying about 22,000 assigned to the Suwannee River hours longer, there by making the and hauled buggy."
_ -... miles on the round trip. Soil Conservation District for day longer for the hen she can be Phillips fined Thompson $50 UNTIL YOU CATCH A COMET AT
training this summer by the Soil I made to lay 80 more eggs per year. and $6 costs and suspended his
1flflflftflftftflflflnjtp -:- Conservation Service at Live Oak I For each 2 cents spent in electric license for six months, or 30 dayson MERCURY

VISITJACK'S under the immediate supervisionof lighting, $2 is returned in in- the city streets. YOUR DEALER'S
work unit conservationist John increased egg yield. Feed can be Howard George the man who

GRILLU Hampton. mixed automatically and the eggs got away for the moment, was
John is in his Junior year at gathered automatically. With the later picked up and charged with

S 90 WEST the University and is majoring in use of electric automation in the drunkeness. He forfeited $15 bond

REGULAR :MEALS (Home Cooked) Agricultural Economics. His home- hen house, one man can do in an and $2 costs by failing to appearin

CHOPS-STEAKS- SEAFOODS town is Wildwood, Fla., and he is hour the work it took all day to court.
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN to be here until the end of August do ten years ago. May Hollie faced the court and

SANDWICHES Fountain Service according to Board Chairman J. Adams pointed out that the plead guilty to public drunkness.She XJCDA
Dan Ross. farmer of this area practicing mo- explained to Phillips that
CURB SERVICEOPEN dern farming methods will grow she was staying here with relatives VISIT

10 AM 12 :MIDNIGHT PHONE 362-3201 In Madison ParadeThe and prosper as the demand for got mixed up with the wrong" RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE.
JEAN WHITE more food increases. crowd and "they got me drunk.
Sheriff's Possee held its
"I can guarantee you I won't
monthly meeting and "
supper never get drunk again, she added.
Thursday and decided to ride In No. 3

PROTECT FEED DOLLARS WITH, a homecoming parade held Sat- chers wanting to serve in the

PURIN.A.-.- urday Sheriff in Madison.Hugh Lewis said the Peace leaves for Corps.teachers This came request from the for IT PAYS TO SAVE WHERE SAVING PAYS

posse was announced as it rode by Peace Corps, Washington D. C.
... ...f the grandstand and ,
-- -- -.:- gained; con- It was recommended by the Am-
,' siderable recognition for Suwannee erican Association of School Ad- FIRST FEDERALof

t County. ministrators. But the board voted


A Thought For TodayBy Live Oak .

like magic! BRODY CL HARRIS Invites you to open an account today, a savings account that will qq-
"I hope I shall always possess firmness and
tinue to for
virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most you.

a pa REMEMBER-Any account of $5.00 or more divideftdf
earns peJd
a Man" . Washington.The :
semi-annually at June 30 and Dec. 31.
x days since Diogenes beat the bushes in
search of an honest man 'have seen countless And your money is always available when you need it.
worthies equal to that description. Honesty isn't
quite as scarce a virtue as we are sometimes movedto SAVE NOW-LET YOUR MONEY WORK
Your best attack against disease-carrying flies this spring fear. In fact, when we consider that we have .
and summer is a combination of Purina Fly Killers. Here's .. .:e created a society working within a vacillating
how to use 'em: ''" frame work of human values, it is encouraging
that our hold on strict honesty is not a bit more CURRENT
Put Purina Fly Bait and Purina Fly Checkers in alleyways; ?.. tenuous than it actually is. 41401UIVIDEND ,

near manure, in sunlight wherever you find flies For experienced
expert ambulance service, Remem-
Spray Purina Dairy Spray on your cows at milking time: ber we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to

Dairy Spray kills and repels homilies, stable flies. you.We have always given tbiaf service in our area

Use Purina Dairy Oiler Insecticide in a backscratcher set. FREE of charge.SUWANNEE.
up in your barnyard. Let cows protect themselves! FIRST FEDERAL [

Purina Spray & Dip or Purina Malathion Spray gives long- a "
lasting protection against flies when you spray barns .
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; : I McAlpin. 4-H Croup. Meets __ .
The McAlpin Community 4-H da Haas; 4-H Lamp Co 4est, Greg
Club held its monthly meeting Schofield; 4-H Tr.ctor' ContentJohn

SUWANNtt1iEduATof April 16, at the McAIpin School. Haas; and 4-H Rummage

: Aubrey Goff presided. Sale, Beverly Vann.
Beverly Vann led the devotion. Aubrey Goff and Beverly Vann
The pledges to the flags were led were elected to represent our

L I by Garry Schofield and Greg club at the 4-H Rally May 11.
Preparations for the cook-out
Reports of 4-H events that took
which will be held May 14, were
LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 25 1963 VOL. 8.NO.I' 50 place since our last meeting were
ESTABLISHED 1884 made. It was also decided that
given by the following: County
Council Meeting Thelton Goff: the club would hold another rum-

County Demonstration Day Glen- mage sale.

Grand Jury Adopts PresentmentsIN
as Sheriff of Suwannee County fine cooperation with this Grand

Florida, and it having been calledto Jury andthat this Grand Jury
the attention of this Grand would like for the people of Su
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF er finds, from testimony, that this immediately advise all County above-styled Court, hereby make and to act as County Prosecuting
the fine work
Jury, and diligent wannee County Florida to be fully
THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIR- practice has been going on for employees that all County Equip- and file this their Presentment.The Attorney in the County Judge'sCourt endeavors of the Sheriff of Su advised of their feelings with
CUIT IN AND several and that this ment is to be used County of Suwannee County Florida -
OF FLORIDA years past upon Grand Jurors aforesaid, wannee County Florida, this reference to the work being done
FOR COUNTY. Grand is of the belief that and Public and that all and that the same legisla-
SUWANNEE Jury property have made a complete and thor- Grand Jury feeling that they by the Honorable Hugh Lewis, as
REGULAR SPRING TERM. such practice should immediatelystop materials are to be used upon ough investigation and study with tion be introduced and as rapidlyas should publicly commend the Sheriff of Suwannee County Florida -

A. D. 1963.Presentment. and should not be allowed to Public property and all employeesare reference to county government, possible by the Legislation Dele Honorable Hugh Lewis as Sheriffof this Grand Jury does highly

Of The Grand Jury continue further, and this Grand to be employed upon Public this Grand Jury having come to gation of Suwannee County Flori Suwannee County, Florida, for commend his actions and urge

TO: The Honorable Samuel S. Jury being advised that such prac- property, and that the Board of the conclusion that it would be da. the fine work he has done in solving that he continue to do the good
tice is a violation of the laws of County Commissioners furnish to to the best interests of the citizens '2. That certified copies of
Smith, Presiding Judge of the the violations of the criminal work which he has done in the
above styled Court: the State of Florida, neverthelessthis the Foreman of this Grand Jurya of Suwannee County,Florida this Grand Jury Presentment at laws, in Suwannee County, Flori- past.

The Grand Jurors of the,County Grand Jury is of the belief copy of instructions given to the i that the County Attorney be elec- once be furnished to the Honor- da, it is therefore adopted by this 2. That a certified copy of this
that this matter should be calledto County employees. ted by the people of Suwannee able Leon McDonald member of Grand ofSUW'aIUlee Grand ,
of Suwannee State of Florida, Jury that the Sheriff Jury Presentment be at
attention of the Board of 2. That this Grand is im the House of Representatives of
the Jury County, Florida, and that the duties -
sworn and impanelled as the County, Florida, the once furnished to the Honorable
Commissioners and to the panelled for period of six months Suwannee County, Florida, and to
County a of said County Attorney be
Grand Jury for this Regular Honorable Hugh Lewis, be com- Hugh Lewis, Sheriff of Suwannee -
of Suwannee Flo- and that this Grand will the Honorable Houston Roberts
citizens County Jury that to adequately and completely
Spring Term A. D. 1963, of the mended for the good work which County. Florida, that the
rida with the belief that the continue its investigation with Senator of Suwannee County,
represent the Board of County
above-styled Court, hereby make he has done.Therefore same be published in the Suwan-
matter can be halted and stopped reference to these practices, and Commissioners to adequately and Florida, and that the same be pub-
and file this their Presentment.The this Grand Jury nee Democrat and that a copy be
without further action the that unless the said lished in the Suwannee Democratand
any on practices are completely represent the School
aforesaid in full
Grand Jurors adopt as follows: spread upon the minutes
this Grand and this stopped immediately this Grand the same spread in full upon
part of Jury, Board of Suwannee County, Flo- .
have made a full, complete and ad- 1. That this Grand Jury does of this Court.
Grand further finds that to Jury will back into session and the minutes of this Court.
equate investigation with refer- Jury go rida, and to act as Prosecuting wholeheartedly commend the Hon- DATED and ADOPTED this
ence to the County road aquip- allow such practices to continue take whatever steps are necessary Attorney in the County Judge's DATED and ADOPTED this orable Hugh Lewis as Sheriff of 22nd day of April, A. D. 1963, at
will not be for the best interestsof and appropriate under the law to Court in Suwannee County Flori- 22nd day of April, A. D. 1963, at
ment being used upon private pro- Suwannee County, Florida, for Live Oak, Florida.
the tax payers and citizens of see that the same is immediately da, and it would appear to this Live Oak, Florida.
perty and. with reference to Coun- the fine work which he has doneas TOM W. ALLEN
Suwannee Florida. stopped and not to continue what- TOM W.ALLENForeman
County, Grand that it would be to
ty materials being used upon private Jury Sheriff of Suwannee County, Foreman of the Grand Jury
property, and with referenceto Therefore, after due and thor- soever. That this Grand Jury urgently the best interest that the County of the Grand Jury Florida and for the enforcementof Regular Spring Term. AD. 1963

the County road employees being ough investigation, this Grand and. respectfully requests Attorney be a free and independent Regular Spring Term.AD. 1963 the laws of the State Florida of the Circuit Court, in and for
psed on private property, the Jury does hereby respectfully recommend that the citizens of Suwannee agent and not have to depend of the Circuit Court, in and for and the apprehension of the peo- Suwannee County, Florida.

Grand Jury having heard many urge and request the County Florida report to this upon those :who employ him and Suwannee County, Florida. ple who have violated the laws of Attest:
following: Grand Jury or any member thereof that it would be to the best interests Attest:
witnesses under oath, reviewed the State of Florida, and for his WADE KEEN. Clerk
any violation of the law with of the citizens of Suwannee WADE KEEN Clerk
affidavits, observed photographsand 1. That the Board of County
being fully advised this Grand Commissioners of Suwannee Coun- reference to the use of County County, Florida for proper I
Jury does find that the Board of ty, Florida, immediately stop all equipment, materials or employees legislation be enacted wherebythe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.
County Commissioners of Suwannee practices of allowing County Road upon private properties. County Attorney of Suwannee
County, Florida has allowed Equipment to be used upon private 3. That this Grand Jury will County, Florida could be electedby CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR SALETwo
the County road equipment to be property, stop and immedia- continue its investigation'into said the people for a term of four
used upon private property has tely see that the County materialis practices, will from time' to time, years and be paid adequate com- REGULAR SPRING TERM
allowed County road materials to not used on private property, invite any citizen of Suwannee pensation in order that he may A. D. 1963.Presentment. Income
Producing BuildingsGOOD
Of The Grand
be used upon private property and and to see that the employees of County, Florida to be and appear devote his time and effort to representing Jury
has allowed the employees of the the County are not allowed to become before said Grand Jury with reference the interests of Su- TO: The Honorable Samuel -S.
to the violations of the Florida and this Smith Presiding Judge of the LOCATIONSWILL
Suwannee County Road Depart- engaged in'any work upon wannee County, ,
ment to work upon private pro- I private property, and that the laws of the State of Florida. Grand Jury is of the belief and above styled Court: SELL ONE OR BOTH
and 4. That a certified copy of this that the Coun- The Grand Jurors of the County -
perty, the Grand Jury furth- Board of County Commissioners opinion by having
Grand Jury Presentment be fur- ty Attorney elected and paid an I I of Suwannee State of Florida,
nished to each member of the. adequate salary, that he would bea sworn and impanelled as the PERMANENT TENANTS
Board of County Commissioners, I Grand Jury for this Regular
free and independent agent and
For All Your NeedsWITH to the Clerk of the Circuit Court could be in a better position to Spring Term, A. D. 1963, of the INCOME $3,000.00 ANNUALLYIF

to the County Attorney of Suwannee advise adequately and competentthe above-syled Court hereby make
County Florida, and that the various governmental agenc- and file this their Presentment.The .

same be published in the Suwannee ies of Suwannee County Florida, Grand Jurors aforesaid, INTERESTED CALL

Democrat and spread upon and it has been called to the attention having been in session, investigating -
\ LP GAS-TANKS-APPLIANCES the minutes of this Court. of this Grand Jury that the morals and welfare of the MR. SAM KOFFAT

DATED and ADOPTED this other Counties in the State of citizens of Suwannee County,

.. SEEARTHUR 22nd day of April A. D. 1963 at Florida do elect their County At- Florida, together with the viola- GIBBS CO.
tion of the criminal laws the
Live Oak, Florida. of
torney and he does represent the
: CROWE TOM W.ALLENForeman County Commissioners, the School State of Florida, this Grand Jury Phone 362.2235T
having had very fine associationwith
. of the Grand Jury
Board, and acts as County Prose-
.. ;:...y.t. Regular Spring Term AD. 1963 cuting Attorney, and that he is the Honorable Hugh Lewis
. -. .- ;" ;- -.. of the Circuit Court in and for free and r
-t---- T' ---";:- ": ::7I +- -. a independent. agent responsible
- .- Suwannee County,Plorida. to the people of said
\ .
Attest: County, rather than to his em- - -
GREEN'S FUEL '% WADE KEEN Clerk ployer, it is therefore.

I Respectfully recommended, urged -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and requested by the Grand

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND 1. That proper and adequate
IK FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. legislation be introduced by the .- -

'SVg Can Serve You Better :More Economically REGULAR SPRING TERM, Senator and Representative of

A. D. 1963.Presentment. Suwannee County, Florida to the ...
Of The Grand Jury extent that the County Attorneyof
TO: The Honorable Samuel S. Suwannee County, Florida will FULLY AUTOMATIC-DIESEL FIRED

(1DJ j1w Smith Presiding Judge of the be elected by the people, for a term

above styled Court: of four years, and that he be ade- -

GAS APPLIANCES The Grand Jurors of the Coun- quately compensated for his services ;! .. : TOBACCO CURER A
ty of Suwannee, State of Florida, and that said County Attorney -
sworn and impanelled as the will have as his duties to ._' f' ..
Grand Jury for this Regular represent the Board of County

Spring Term, A. D. 1963, of the Commissioners, the School Board M


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I RURAL, eornJ11 uniTY! I FTTA YOUR INSECT EIi PLANT ENEMY'. BUG. -(';--.. ,.-.} .: Branford School I CAI Y Tomb DorrBILLS. *i I I I ICANT

Vegetables fruit trees and many other farm and garden plants are
news attacked by this smalj brownish bug. As it feeds through piercing. MenuApril .. MONEY A&ONEYCREEPS'
sucking mouth parts the tarnished plant bug seems to inject a THATS ALL X HEAR M
poisonous substance into the plant- .' BILLS MONEY THIS HOUSE, FATHER.
that deforms leaves and stunts 29 through May 3 WILL DRIVE ME.CRAZY...
Pine Level Found throughout the United Meat Stew THAT IS.
States, tarnished plant bugs cost Whipped Potatoes
farmers millions of dollars a year
on the more than 50 economic Green Beans
Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard Beckner and Mrs. Paul Leonard and child- crops they damage. Cherry Cobbler
and son, Gregg of West Hollywood ren of Tavares spent Sunday here Adults are about U inch long 3t r Bread Butter Milk
spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson flattened, with mottled brown, TUESDAY -
of last week with Mr. and and Mr.and Mrs.Harry Lepper. white yellow hibernate and black beneath colora Spaghetti/Meat Sauce : 9s3Ic'4c&
tion. They
Mrs. C. D. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Kinard Moseleyof stones, bark and ground cover of Tossed SaladJelloCookies
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Jacksonville spent Sunday with weeds and other plants. In the
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Howell Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley. 'spring adults and surviving Rolls Butter Milk
and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell Misses Jo Beth and Ann John- nymphs become active attackingbuds WEDNESDAY -
Saturday night. son visited Martha Parker at Day of fruit trees and early vegetable Cubed Chicken/Steamed Rice
crops. On fruit, especially Cole Slaw WE DISCUSS A .. BUYING SOMETWN6
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lyons of Sunday afternoon.Rev. peach trees damaged terminal PLEASANT SUBJECT .ORUKE ?
Jacksonville spent Sunday with Sammy Sealey of Perry growth often dies back. Banana Pudding FOR A CHANGE__
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson. and Miss Kay Montgomery of Eggs are inserted into the stemsor Bread Butter Milk
Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs. Monticello spent Sunday with midribs of leaves and buds, or TIIURSDAY
M. L. Clark a while Friday after- Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. placed within flowers. After 10 Baked Ham/Sweet Potatoes
'noon. Miss Louise Baxter spent Sun- days or so, the small yellowish. Lettuce & Tomato Salad
Carl Tressler was supper guest day with Eula Clark. green nymphs emerge and begin Peach Half o I J
lof Mr. and Mrs. L. 'P. Fortner Mr. and Mrs.Drew Holmes were feeding on plant sap. Fast reproduction Bread Butter Milk
enables tarnished plant 5
Friday night. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. bugs to complete up to five"gener. FRIDAY
William Delaney of Hamden Ernest Holmes Thursday night. ations a season. h w .jk 9A Cold Cuts
Conn. spent Monday night of last Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McLeodand Control of this pest closer to Niblet Corn -a
week with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. children visited Mr. and Mrs. harvest on vegetable crops and English Peas
Moore. R. W. Moseley Sunday. fruit'is important to avoid damage Apple Sauce Cake
Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited Mrs. Miss Nelda Moseley spent Sat- and downgrading. A new type Peanut Butter & Jelly Spread
Al Cadon a while Wednesday. af urday night with Betty Jo Mc- pesticide, called Sevin, that can Oi Bread Butter Milk _
ternoon.Mr. be used up.to the day of harveston .. .
Leod.Mr. .00V
and Mrs. H. M. Moor. and and Mrs. Drew Holmes, Mr. many crops has been adoptedby n State Issues DirectiveTo
:Mrs. Drew Holmes attended revival and Mrs. Cecil McMullen Mr. and fruit and vegetable producers.This .
services at Beulah Baptist Mrs. Jim Blocker and son.Mr. and chemically-different Insecticide Identify BeehivesUnder
Church Tuesday night. Mrs. Joe Pryor and children and I has given excellent controlof t a new directive signed
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullen and tarnished plant bug, and its S today by Commissioner of Agri-
longer residual action
were supper guests of Mr. and children enjoyed a picnic at State crops close to harvest time.protects culture Doyle Conner there SPECIALLY PRICED M
Mrs. Drew Holmes Monday night. Park Sunday.Mr. Good management by keeping help cut down tarnished plant bug shouldn't be any question as to
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visi- and Mrs. Louie Fortner down weeds about orchards and populations, insect experts point who owns which beehives in the
ted Mr. and Mrs. Louie Fortnera visited Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Clark H3ar vegetable fields also will out. FNS State of Florida.
while Tuesday night. Wednesday afternoon.The The measure is an amendmentto

Mrs. L. B. Wilson of Astatula weekly community sing will Rule No. 7B 19.10 of the Flo- ..... . ... -
"-''-'- -" -
-- ., .. be held at Pine Level Baptist I Beachville rida Administrative Code and pro- -'-
--- Church Saturday night, April 27 vides for the identification and
FOR YOUR at 7:30. Everyone is cordially in- I ...... marking of apiaries and beekeeping -
TREE TRIMMING & vited. equipment. Prices On This Fine
Mrs. Joe Johnson and daughters Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City needs rain. Conner said that hives in every
TREE REMOVAL Jo Beth and Ann, and Miss filled his appointment here Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Odom and apiary or Beeyard must now be Car Are Lower Than
TRENCHING OR Loraine Townsend and Mr. and day and had two good services children, Lake City and Mr. and plainly marked with the owner's You'd Expect
DITCHING Mrs. Drew Holmes attended services and was very glad to have good Mrs. Calvin Warren and child- name, address and telephone num-
at Beulah Baptist Church crowds and some visitors. Mrs. ren of Branford were guests of mer in order that inspectors of
CALL Friday night. Day came with him. Mr. and Mrs. Cfyde Odom Sun- the Division of Plant Industry DURING MERCURY SAVINGS TIME
FloodConstruction Rev. W. H. Wilkins visited Mr. Ray Cannon of Jacksonville may identify them.
and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Sunday visited his mother Mrs. L. J. Can- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Beach visi- Beeyard inspectors frequentlyfind
Co. afternoon. non last week end. Sunday Mrs. ted in Gainesville Friday night colonies of bees, but in the
Cannon had her three children and Saturday.Mr. past have been unable to deter- VISIT LYDA
362-2101 Ij.f Children should be seen, not Ray Mrs. Otis Odom and family and Mrs. Sam Nasrallah of mine the owners; Conner pointedout. RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE.
_.. If hurt. and Austin Cannon and family. Jacksonville visited Mrs. G. C. The new ruling, he explained, .
HOWARD ST. PHONE 362.1112Kennedy's
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and Cannon Sunday. will provide ready identification..Our" _

daughter, Debra Ann of Tallahassee _______ uuuuuuuum
were guests Sunday of Mrs. <:t i;;f}x'r: :'t ,'f:f:
Dicks parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. .......4.:.{.
Tidwell. *

Ernest Spooner of Jacksonville ,: hvr.:.r }:.fii.,.:. :.....:..... ... ..::....:.:.. :
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< visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. :v :::: :.r: Y: ::nv.v}x-p..4- .Y.47::k :%r}':iY: :
B. E. Spooner last week end. .
TOBACCO GROWERS Rev. Marvin Odom filled his appointment 114@ Mttt7">'I: %f'>>:,.C<::::".;:,M.t?:,' .t%>::::::,4Wb&t': ::;;:::<>>=<,::::v:" .... .
at the Deep Creek Ad- -:
vent Christian Church near Lake .

City Sunday. }!.'x'.x.v R: ,.. ,.,*x.x.;: ;...w"......... ...,.; l.xw.: <:-,<:>...,....,..,.. >..,.,..... .. : i.w ., 0:
BUY THE BEST FOR LESS We were very glad to have Mr. : .:t
.1t l.tl' 'jl 1 li'iI11Iil\111'i'' J\iftll; f!i llliii '
and Mrs. Willie Odom with us in ...."',...v.x :. .,.... ,. :-.."..,....:;:.... >.".., :.... ,..,...,.. .' %.. >..,....... ..,..x' : r'
church Sunday after an absenceof .vti' : > ,'
several weeks due to Willie being ::2 ,: : : "::t ..... c. .:.:ry..
Cost less than oil(curing systems a patient in the Veteran's hospital ,, .k : : .
-are more efficient...also, in Lake City and we are gladto l yt :
economical to operate. Cure I know he is doing well now. r4 ; Y.f .
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach and ""

tobacco better! son, Scott of Gainesville were ...., ..... ............... ..... )
GAS-FIRED guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie ..:.w.l.:::::: .w..::.x.:::..:..::.i.:.:.:.:.:.:.:....::.:<.:.:.:..::.:.:..::.:.:<:.::<:.:..:.:.:...:.<.) ) )

LIVE OAK GAS CO. : Beach Tuesday.We :' t [w I! 11!t : (J,
E. Howard 362-2124 are badly in need of rain "'*w %
here now some crops just up and \s e,
some farmers have set acres of
STUMP BROS. sweet potato plants and it all


Honored For GradesMis

Westinghouse Built in Oven Dorothy Warner of Live
Oak was named to the Dean's List
at Berry College in Mount Berry

and Cook Top ..................$192.36 Ga., this week for an outstanding
academic record for the 1963 quarter -

36" Attic W/Shutter. .. 72.00 merman. Academic announced Dean John today.R. Tim-

Berry College, a coeducational
Atlas Attic Stairway......... 18.00 liberal arts school, has 16 acade-:
mic departments and awards the
Window Burglar Guards. 5.9020x68 bachelor of arts and bachelor of

science degrees. .....
Miss Warner daughter of Sadie r.: ..:
Door 4.7528x6'.8 Warner of Live Oak <.. '; :< .--:44;:;
Mahy is a senior : ; :
...........:.. .

Screen Door 5.99 majoring In elementary education. ;. I;< ..<':.::=- ..:::: : :,1:': ::: :;,;:).i.r.: ...:,:,).:..:::;,::,: :... ...,:/:.....:\:;. .. :. ''
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2.8x4.6 Aluminum Window 4;

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Screen .................................. 2.56 WE call it "BIG BOY" because it is big the reduced freight rates legislation.

largest box car, we believe, ever built for regu- (commonly called "minimum rates" legislation

3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet.... 6.90 lar service on any railroad in the world. Why so ) now before Congress. All common carriers -

114 AD Plywood-Sheet. 2.35 big? So it can-haul more freight at less cost So I -rail, highway and waterway-will have

... it can save money for you! For, never forget, freedom to reduce rates on agricultural prod-

Prefinished Plywood almost EVERYONE the person at the end of the line who picks up ucts and bulk commodities such as coal, grain,

NEEDS the tab for freight transportation charges is sand, gravel, salt and sugar. This will help

Mahy 5.10 Birch 7.68 you, the consumer. lower your cost of living. Small shippers will
...... ...... InsuranceA
be helped, too, because this is "small! shipper"legislation
Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet 1.40 wreck could wipe out "BIG BOY" is only one of an evergrowingbig that will give them the same advantages -

your savings Don't fleet the largest in the South of new,

Oak Flooring No. 1 Com M 185.00 take chances. An acci- cost-cutting special-purpose freight cars. Most large shippers now have. l:
can happen at
any In the national interest-in pocketbook
time. We of them were developed by Southern. In the past your
15 lb. Felt can arrange a few have hundreds of millions of interest write your Congressman to support
.............................. 2.15KeyInKnob program of auto insurancethat years we spent
will give you the pro- dollars for new customer-tailored freight cars; H.R. 4700 and your Senators to support S. IQftl. I

Locks 4.25 tection you need at a This is public interest legislation that can helD t
diesel modern electronic and
engines yards
new ,
............ cost can afford. Callus
soon.you for other cost-cutting equipment and improve lower your transportation bills by several billiltt.

Light Bulbs, ea. ...................-. .20 ments. We try to share with you the savings in dollars each year. Aw
cost that result from our improved railroad tech-
No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum Insurance PRESIDENTSOUTHERNd
Agency nology. But our efforts to lower our freight

Awning Window 15.95Se Maurice Arlie K.R.Townsend Schofield prices are often blocked by outmoded, discrimi-
ea. (
...... -
Phone 362-1104 natory regulation.

Us For All. Your Building Needs 111 Wilbur- SL, S.W.' > .The.public-thafs you-will save huge sums"! '" ; soMJH !j -

of money with the enactment of President WASHINGTON. 0 SOUTH



1f JU"AL eoJT1(11( unhTyI LVegetables: NOW TARNISHED YOUR INSECT I : PLANT ENEMY BUG- -(":;:-...<} 'Branford School I CAfI Y Tombto H I I I ICAtl'r

fruit trees and many other farm and garden plants are
= news attacked by this smal, brownish bug. As it feeds through piercing. MenuApril MONEYS MONEY/ CREEPS!
sucking_ mouth parts:',. the tarnished plant bug seems to inject a THATS ALL :I HEAR N
poisonous substance into the plant; BILLS' BILLS MONEY THIS HOUSE, FATHER.
that deforms leaves and stunts 29 through May: 3 WILL DRIVE ME.CRAZy. .
Pine Level Found throughout the United Meat Stew THAT IS.
States tarnished plant bugs cost Whipped Potatoes
farmers millions of dollars a year
Green Beans
on the more than 50 economic
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beckner and Mrs. Paul Leonard and child- crops they damage. Cherry Cobbler .
and son, Gregg, of West Holly- ren of Tavares spent Sunday herewith Adults are about U Inch long Bread Butter Milk
wood, spent Tuesday and Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson flattened with mottled brown tidoi TUESDAY
nesday of last week with Mr. and and Mr.and Mrs.Harry Lepper.Mr. white, yellow and black colora 9 Spaghetti/Meat Sauce
tion. They
Mrs. C. D. Clark. and Mrs. Kinard Moseleyof Tossed SaladJeIloCookies
stones, bark and ground cover of i
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Jacksonville spent Sunday withMr. weeds and other plants. In the '
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Howell and Mrs. R. W. Moseley. 'spring, adults and surviving Rolls Butter- Milk\ r f &N
and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell Misses Jo Beth and Ann John- nymphs become active, attackingbuds WEDNESDAYCubed
Saturday night. son visited Martha Parker at Day of fruit trees and early vege Chicken/Steamed Rice
table crops. On fruit especially Cole Slaw WE DISCUSS A \ ..LIKE BIKING SOMETHW6
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lyons of Sunday afternoon.Rev. peach trees damaged terminal PLEASANT SUBJECTFOR 1 .FORWSTAHCE?
Jacksonville spent Sunday with Sammy Sealey of Perry growth often dies Back. Banana Pudding A CHANGE__
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson. and Miss Kay Montgomery of Eggs are inserted into the stemsor Bread Butterfilk
Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs. Monticello spent Sunday with midribs of leaves and buds, or THURSDAY I'
M. L. Clark a while Friday after- Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. placed within flowers. After 10 9 rd :;FE Baked Ham/Sweet Potatoes
'noon.r Miss Louise Baxter spent Sun- days or so, the small yellowish. Lettuce & Tomato Salad ':4
Carl Ttessler was supper guest day with Eula Clark. green nymphs emerge and begin Peach Half 4 1 U
of Mr. and Mrs. L. 'P. Fortner Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were feeding on plant sap. Fast reproduction Bread Butter Milk ; -
enables 6
tarnished plant c1iAs
and Mrs. y.0' Jr FRIDAY
Friday night. supper guests of Mr. d
bugs to complete up to fire'gener-
William Delaney of Hamden, Ernest Holmes Thursday night. ations a season. Cold Cuts
Conn. spent Monday night of last Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McLeod Control of this pest close to aP Niblet Corn -a
week with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. and children visited Mr. and Mrs.R. harvest on vegetable crops and English Peas
Moore. W. Moseley Sunday. fruit'is important to avoid dam. Apple Sauce Cake
Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited Mrs. Miss Nelda Moseley spent Sat- age and downgrading. A new type Peanut Butter & Jelly Spread
Al Cadon a while Wednesday. afternoon urday night with Betty Jo Mc- pesticide called Sevin, that can Bread Butter Milk
be used up.to the day of harveston a
Mr. and Mrs. H. 1!. Moo/ and Leod.Mr.. and Mrs. Drew Holmes, Mr. many crops has been adoptedby ..LY t, k.Y State Issues DirectiveTo '
Mrs. Drew Holmes attended revival and Mrs.\ Cecil McMullen, Mr. and fruit and vegetable producers. :1'
services at Beulah Baptist Mrs. Jim Blocker and son.Mr. and This chemically-different insecticide Identify BeehivesUnder 63 COME :
Church Tuesday night. Mrs. Joe Pryor and children and has given excellent controlof a new directive signed
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullen and tarnished plant bug, and its H'A today by Commissioner of Agri-
longer residual action
were supper guests of Mr. and children enjoyed a picnic at State crops close to harvest time.protects culture Doyle Conner, there
Mrs. Drew Holmes Monday night. Park Sunday.Mr. Good management by keeping help cut down tarnished plant bug shouldn't be any question as to
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visi- and Mrs. Louie Fortner dawn weeds about orchards and populations, insect experts point who owns which beehives in the
ted Mr. and Mrs.\ Louie Fortnera visited Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Clark I naar: vegetable fields also will out. FNS State of Florida. '
while Tuesday night. Wednesday afternoon.The The measure is an amendmentto
Mrs. L. B. Wilson of Astatula weekly community sing will Rule No. 7B 19.10 of the Flo- i
be held at Pine Level Baptist rida Administrative Code and pro- L.Jnnnn. .-
- -- Beachville --- .
WI Church Saturday night, April 27 I vides for the identification and
FOR YOUR at 7:30.: Everyone is cordially in- 'I marking of apiaries and beekeeping -

TREE TRIMMING & vited. equipment. Prices On This Fine
Mrs. Joe Johnson and daughters Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City needs rain. Conner said that hives in every
TREE REMOVAL Jo Beth and Ann, and Miss filled his appointment here Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Odom and apiary or Beeyard must now be Car Are Lower Than
TRENCHING OR LoraineTownsend and Mr. and day and had two good services children, Lake City and Mr. and plainly marked with the owner's You'd Expect
DITCHING Mrs. Drew Holmes attended services and was very glad to have good Mrs. Calvin Warren and child- name, address and telephone num-
at Beulah Baptist Church crowds and some visitors. Mrs. ren of Branford were guests of mer in order that inspectors of
CALL Friday night. I I Day came with him. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Odom Sun- the Division of Plant Industry DURING MERCURY SAVINGS TIME
FloodConstruction Rev. W. H. Wilkins visited Mr. Ray Cannon of Jacksonville may identify them.
and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Sunday; visited his mother, Mrs. L. J. Can- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Beach visi- Beeyard inspectors frequentlyfind
Co. afternoon. non last week end. Sunday Mrs. ted in Gainesville Friday night colonies of bees, but in the
Cannon had her three children, and Saturday.Mr. past have been unable to deter- VISIT LKCA
362.2101 I Iu f Children should be seen, not Ray, Mrs. Otis Odom and family and Mrs. Sam Nasrallah of mine the owners; Conner pointedout. RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE.
M _____ ___ I hurt. and Austin Cannon and family.Mr. Jacksonville visited Mrs. G. C. The new ruling, he explained, .
and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and Cannon Sunday. will provide ready identification.
daughter, Debra Ann of Tallahassee -

were guests Sunday of Mrs. '?,%aS:: Dicks parents Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ;: : :;i;}:' ? ;;:}:: rQ ::;; .fi:

Tidwell. .'7tf;\F.sv f: :ft ri'fhtv.>.i4fi'{vr: :
Ernest Spooner of Jacksonville ,7sthY
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. sp:}:(?.:ti'iif1?}::}\}??fi.C r}::+:;Yti}::.

E. Spooner last week end. .
Rev. Marvin Odom filled his appointment -
at the Deep Creek Ad- :

vent Christian Church near Lake :' 11i -
City Sunday.We I ':;;$iitk; ;: : 4f
BUY THE BEST FOR LESS were very glad to have Mr.\ ;\.}'{;:+r k.,}4 s?t tj.hrr,:f::}}.,..'?. {: ), l' :.:
,:ff}: 'sf::
and Mrs. Willie Odom with us in v:4:' .
yt.. ,. '. ?.' f.'
church Sunday after an absenceof ;% ; :f. :.,' : } }r.f. O' .
t :
several weeks due to Willie beIng w i;if:; i,
Cost less than oil curing systems a patient in the Veteran's hos-

-are more efficient..also, pital in Lake City ;and we are gladto
I know he is doing well now. }$
economical to operate. Cure _
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beach and

tobacco better! son, Scott of Gainesville, were I-'w. ,.",.;,;,..< .' ".' \
GAS-FIRED guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie ) ( ,.
LIVE OAK GAS CO. : Beach Tuesday.We 11\ I'
.. 4,
E. Howard 362-2424 I are badly in need of rain "
here now, some crops just up and '
some farmers have set acres of fJ ..
sweet potato plants and it all ? .i 'p
STUMP BROS. ;;) ,_ ,') w b ,,


Honored For GradesMis i '0 ;;. .

Westinghouse Built in Oven Dorothy Warner of Live 7 '; !: :% > ';
Oak was named to the Dean's List
at Berry College in Mount Berry, ;.. : >> <.0.:' ..,_ ,.. w ..
: .
: : .
: :
and Cook <: \ <>i< :: :;:;:: : :
Top ..................$192.36 Ga., this week for an outstanding
academic record for the 1963 quar-

36" Attic Fan W/Shutter .. 72.00 merman ter, Academic announced Dean John today.R. Tim- .

_________ 4_ _
Berry College, a coeducational
Atlas Attic Stairway 18.00 liberal arts school, has 16 acade- }
mic departments and awards the :

Window Burglar Guards 5.90 bachelor of arts and bachelor of : .
science degrees. .:: .. .-. . ... ....: -: 5 -.

2-0x6-8(} Door 4.75 Warner Miss Warner of Live, daughter Is of Sadie .. .-.
Mahy a senior
majoring in ...... ...... ..
elementary education.

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2-8x4-6 AluminumVindow {': rM.n:: r4L'r.'}<}1.fY '

Screen 2.56 WE call it "BIG BOY" because it is big the Kennedy's reduced freight rates legislation

largest box car, we believe, ever built for regucommonly called "minimum rates" legislation .

3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet .... 6.90 lar service on any railroad in the world. Why so ) now before Congress. All common car

1/4 AD Plywood-Sheet 2.35 big? So it can haul more freight at less cost So riers-rail, highway and waterway-will haveit

... can save money for you! For, never forget, freedom to reduce rates on agricultural products -

Prefinished Plywood almost EVERYONE the person at the end of the line who picks up and bulk commodities such as coal, grain, s

NEEDS the tab for freight transportation charges is sand, gravel, salt and sugar. This will help

Mahy 5.10 Birch 7.68 Auto InsuranceA you, the consumer. lower your cost of living. Small shippers will

be helped, too, because this is ".....n shipper"
"BIG BOY" is only one of an ever-growing r
Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet 1.40Oak wreck could wipe- out legislation that will give them the same advantages -
your savings Don't big fleet the largest in the South of new,
take chances. An acci- cost-cutting special-purpose freight cars. Mostof large shippers now have.
Flooring No. 1 Com M 185.00(! dent
can happen at any in
them were developed by Southern. In the past In the national interest- your pocketbookfew
time. We
15 lb. Felt 2.15 program of can auto arrange insurancethat a years we have spent hundreds of millions of interest write your Congressman to support

will give you the protection dollars for new customer-tailored freight cars; H.R. 4700 and your Senators to support S. ijffil.

Key-In-Knob Locks 4.25 cost you need afford.. at a new diesel engines, modern electronic yards and This is public interest I legislation that can help
you can
soon. for other cost-cutting equipment and improve- lower your transportation bills by several billion

Light Bulbs, ea. .................... .20 ments. We try to share with you the savings in dollars each year. ,
cost that result from our improved railroad tech "
No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum Insurance PRCSWCNT
Agency nology. But our efforts to lower our freight

Awning Window 15.95 Maurice Arlie K.R.Townsend Schofield prices are often blocked by outmoded, discriminatory SOUTHERNRAILWAY
Phone 362-1104 regulation.

_SeUsForAllYourQuildinst..Needs._v_ .....111..... Wilbur -St., S.W. :The:public-that's you-:will-save: g- ; SYSTEM

of money with the enactment of President WASHINGTON. oC. SOUTHKNSttYK IHfSOUTHG

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I'r r Mrs. Joe Warren Crosby Junior For AprilThe dub Met I Here And There I

Junior Woman's Club met Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., and Mrs. tening and the luncheon that followed -
Thursday evening April 11, for
Lauvaugn Newbern returned last was Bill Rogers of 'Talla
their general business and cov- week after spending several daysin hassee. ,
ered dish supper meeting at the West Palm Beach as Delegates Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. has returned
club house on West Duval Street from the Junior Woman's Club to home after a week's visit with her
with Mrs. Bill Burch presiding.Mrs. the State convention.Mrs. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
Nathan Wooley, fine arts Jack White spent the weekend Mrs. Chester Bedell in Jackson
department chairman was in in Jacksonville serving as a
charge of the meeting. Mrs. Sam judge in the Jacksonville Spring ville.Mattox Hair who is attendingthe
Moxley-Duckworth Miss Allen Shower Koff presented a fashion show Flower Show. University of Florida has been

Engagement Honoree SaturdayAn with Mrs. Donald Powell, Miss Mr. and Mrs. George Knoblochof spending several days this week
Rose Bass, Mrs. Ronald Green and
Chicago HI. are spending a with his
grandmother. Mrs. H: H.
. ,, Mr. and Mrs.Harold Duckworthof
April Shower motif was /c Miss Sinka Koff modeling.A .
f few! days with Mr. and Mrs. John Hair Sr.School.
this city, formerly of Charleston used Saturday afternoon when A/ discussion was held on the Hampton. 1 .
West Va., announce the en- Mrs. Cecil Moore,Mrs.Duke Dono. ; pros and cons of the point system John Hampton, student at the
gagement of their daughter, Jud- ven McCallister Jr., and Mrs. N. J. ; under which the club is wor- University of Florida, Gainesvilleand ( Supplies at McCrimon's)

ith Kay, to the Rev. John Edwin Bispham feted Miss Mary Jean king. It was suggested that members Miss Carol Johnson of Ft. ........................
Moxley, son of Mrs. Delmar Mox- Allen, bride-elect of June, with a think about this and be readyto Myers are visiting Mr. Hampton's .
ley and the late Mr. Moxley, of miscellaneous shower in the Blue- vote on it at the May meet- parents Mr. and Mrs. John Ham-
Jacksonville Beach. room of the Suwannee Hotel at ing.Delegates tion.Mr.; |i LADIES i
The bride-elect was graduated .
fourthirty.The to the club conven- and Mrs. John Haynes and .
from Stonewall Jacksonville High floral designs of pink, lav- tion were Mrs. Frank Futch Jr.. sons spent several days last week WOULD YOU LIKE TO TOWN
School, Charleston, West Va.. and ender and white were placed at and Mrs. Lavaughn Newbern. in Jacksonville.Mr. J
attended Aurora College, Aurora, in the Hostesses YOUR OWN t
vantage points room. were Mrs. Bill Brick- and Mrs. Winston Rogers .
Ill. The tea table was overlaid withan er, chairman, Mrs. Carl Moore and their daughter Miss Melissa
y'.g Ott: wv
Rev. Moxley was graduated from imported white cloth and extending Mrs. Jesse Mitchell, Mrs. Robert Rogers, attended the christeningof I
Robert E. Lee High School in down the center of the ,J f Bruce, Mrs. Harvey Carrol, Mrs. their grandson, Winston, son DRESS SHOP
Jacksonville and received his table were pink tapers intermingled ; y/ Frank Westmark and Mrs. Sharon of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rogers of + +

'bachelor of arts and bachelor of with ivy. At one end of the ,yr,.. :T.aayrr+ Jones. Atlanta Ga.. in the St. Johns tIN YOUR HOME\ TOWN?
theology degrees from Aurora : .
table was a large crystal punch .
Episcopal Church in Tallahassee BE YOUR OWN BOSS AND
College. He was graduated from bowl and golden tree balancing -
a egg Sunday. Also attending the chris- SECURE AN INCOME FOR?
A Garrett Theological Seminary in the table at the other end. Antioch Club Holds LIFE THE PIXIE SHOP WAY.+
Evanston, Ill with the degree of.I Silver trays of tea sandwichesand Your investment is less than:
Bachelor of Divinity in 1962. petit fours with silver com- Meeting At CenterThe Baptist WMU To Hold :$2500.00 for fixtures tables..
The couple are presently em- potes of mints were also on the + Antioch Home Demonstration -+etc and Pixie keeps you sup-*
ployed at the Advent Christian table. 'ft I Club met at the Community Prayer Retreat Tues.The with 10000.00 to $15,00-J

Home at Dowling Park. Rev. Mox- Mrs. Edward Mullins presidedover /% .rn+..+NFNA4iWO x+ ANCY C sr H ... Center Thursday. April '18. at 2 Woman's Missionary Unionof e shoes.00 of sportswear merchandise lingerie'dresses.hats**

ley is also pastor of the Ephesus the punch bowl. The home of Mr. and Airs. Mallory Tuten in Jasper was the pm. the Suwannee Baptist Associ- :bags, etc.) at no cost to you at.
Advent Christian Church near Miss Charlotte Wadsworth and setting March 31 for the marriage of Miss Judy Evelyn Skeen, In the absence of the president, ation will hold a Prayer Retreat .all. No experience necessary>
Branford.A Mrs. McCallister greeted the Mrs. L. B. Roberson, the meetingwas trained staff
daughter of Mr. Tuesday from 10 ajn. to 3 at Jour ?
and Mrs. J.V. Skeen of Jasper and Joe Warren pjn.
late summer wedding is plan- guests as they arrived. called to order by Mrs. E. A. Suwannee River assists you. Perfect for widows..
ned. Around forty-five guests were Crosby son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crosby of Statenville, Ga. The Collins. Ella ville. State Park at :retired couples Write to: :

a present with the hostesses and Rev. Tom Allen, of this city, officiated at the double ring ceremonyat The club members read the club All
members are urged to attend
three o'clock in the afternoon.The creed and repeated the 23rd Psalmin !
honoree. MISS I
Card Of ThanksWe at least part of the day if
improvised altar was formed by two candelabras decoratedin unison for the devotional.Mrs. .
you are unable to attend all of
want to take this opportunity -: Y S. T. Bozeman, :
green and white. secretary the meeting. BAINBRIDGE, GEORGIAN :

appreciation to express to our our many thanks friends and Card Of ThanksWe Miss Ruth Devane played the wedding march as the bride was read the and minutes of the the treasurer's previous I Each one is to bring a sandwich. .. .......1N1.N.N.....

for the flowers, food, cards, visits, would like to take this opportunity escorted to the altar by her father. The bride wore a short white report.meeting, gave 1-

prayers, and other expressions of to thank each of the nylon voile with lace inserts and tiny tucks. She wore a white hat After discussing the dress revue
staff and carried a white Bible, a gift from her pastor, on which was a
sympathy and especially the nurses, doctors, and many friendsfor to be held Friday May 3, at 8 p.m.
of the Suwannee County Hospitalfor the flowers food phone calls, white orchid and streamers of white satin ribbon. She carried a the meeting was turned over to
their thoughtfulness at the visits and prayers during the ill- white handkerchief which was 75 years old and had been carriedby Mrs. Aubrey Jones who gave an
time of our great loss. ness and death of our dearest other brides. interesting demonstration on"Live

The Family Of mother, Mrs. Lula Wilson. Miss Brenda Butler, maid of honor wore a dress of green organza Safely, Live Longer."
Dewey D. North The Wilson Family. and a headpiece of green. She carried a nosegay of white Mrs.J.R. Oglesby was welcomedinto

mums. the club as a new member. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Mrs. John Cameron and Mrs. Phone 362-3111
Raymond McCloud was the groom's-best'man. Lighting the
'- Adults 50c Children 20c
Lonny Nelson served refreshmentsto
candles were Chuck Butler and Sylvester Holland. Tax Included

': P The mother of the bride wore a pink nylon voile and a white those present.. BOX OFFICE OPENS
corsage. Through Friday 3:15
Saturday, 12:45
The groom's mother selected a blue voile and a white corsage. Anna Miller Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
Mrs. Mallory Tuten wore a polished figured cotton and a white
Circle Met
The groom's grandmother wore a voile of blue and a white The Anna Miller Circle met
Monday night at the Elks lodge
corsage.A Ch&rlton Ileston
with Mrs. Delton Wilson presid- Yvette Mimeux
reception was held following the ceremony. The brides' table InDIAMOND

was overlaid with an Irish linen cloth. Mrs. Elbert Hughes and Mrs. ing.Mrs. .
.. Dave V. Giddens was initi-
Bobby Wigelsworth served the tiered wedding cake and punch.A club.
ated and welcomed into the HEAD
t! green and white motif was carried out in the decorations for Officers for the coming year .

the affair. were elected and installation ban-
Mrs. Crosby will graduate with" the class of 1963 Jennings High quet will be held June 1st with CARTOONAlso NEWS

School Mr. Crosby graduated from Echols County High School In husbands as guests.It .

1961.- They will make their home in Jennings.Mrs. was voted to buy a $5.00 fair SATURDAY, APRIL 27 .
Crosby is the niece of C. W. Howard, Bob Skeen and R. K. ad.
Morgan of this city. Following the business meetingthe DOUBLE FEATURE
group adjourned to the Ball-

Library Entertains With Open HouseThe room Mrs.where Wilson.a supper was servedby Richard Basehart In Don Taylor

Suwannee Regional Library 1 A pink arrangment in a blue
Spring flowers which included
Held open house Tuesday morning glass vase was placed on the front roses decorated the room, compliments THE SAVAGE GUNS
in the observance of National desk and a yellow and white arrangement -
of Mr. and Mrs.l\fike Tsac-
Library Week. in an oldfashionedmlnlature rios.
Mrs. S. T. McDowell and Mrs.J. spinning wheel was on Feature No. 2 -

D. Henry, directors of the Library a table near the door. George Montgomery Taina EIg'In
board, were hostesses. Assisting in greeting and serv- Card Of ThanksWe
The table was overlaid with a ing the guests were members of the would like to thank each
7y---Tf I white linen cut work cloth and Library staff, Mrs. L. A. McKeithen one for the flowers, cards, food, :
?- held an arrangement of pale pink Mrs. David McNeill, Mrs.Wal visits, and prayers we received WATUSIAlso
roses in a milk glass vase, a silver lace Ross, and :Miss Ruth Mc- during our bereavement. They
tray of tea-do-nuts and the Leran. were a great comfort to us. Also

r' silver coffee service. :Mrs. Winston All the libraries in the state The Family Of Hound No. 4 Cartoon:..K'.
Rogers, National Library Week held simultaneous open houses at Mrs. Mary Olive McKee ,1
chairman poured coffee. the request of Mrs. Farris Bryant, SUNDAY.-MONDAY APRIL 28-29 ;
Coffee, do-nuts, and fruit punch National Library Week state The best way to combat a for-

I were served. ... chairman. est fire is prevent it from starting. OVER 100 GRAND In OLE OPRY STARS

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Earnest Tubb Marty Robbins Ray Price
THAT SHAPES YOU, BEAUTIFULLY Carl Smith Faron Young' Hawkshaw Hawkins
Carolina Clobbers
And Many Many Others
to the recent death of my brother-in-law and the
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Unprecedented Baseball SeasonSuwannee Florida Folk Festival -

; High Clips Starke, Event To Feature Suwannee County I I'IAIJF4PATTEEN I II

Fiddler Straw Beater Folk
. SingerLive
Ends Lame Slate Unbeaten
Oak and the nearby community of O'Brien are HEAR THE COACH HAS
taking active in this Florida Folk
an part year's Festival, yOU QV A DIET THAT
The Suwannee High baseball team smote down a befuddled Starke nine Tuesday with participation by an old-time fiddler and straw

16-6 to emerge undefeated in regular season play and set an all-time record of 12 beater, a folk singer, an accordion group, school groups, REALLY WORKS.

consecutive wins. a comedian and_ a home_ ..demonstration. club.
The Bulldogs have relentlessly chewed up every team they have faced this sea- The participants in the u festiVal,
have folk singing and dancing get-
son and won most of their games by wide margins. which will be held here at the Ste after the
The-team WILL meet the:: winner: phen Foster Memorial May 3, 4, togethers" regular pro- AiHLET
and 5, were announced by Miss grams.
of the Lake City-Trenton game
Miss Boltin suggested that visi-
Thursday in a sub-group battle. Still Undefeated Thelma Boltin, director of the tors "bring along your dancing OFFICE
-and if victorious will move into special event.
shoes,musical instruments to playin
tournament and state competi Bulldogs Smash Columbia TigersFor The fiddler and straw beater is hoedown sessions any colorful
Oscar Swails, who lives in O'Brien.
tion.The costumes from the old day and > :
victory over Starke decided Miss Grade Romelle Warner of
samples of old-timey handicraftsand
that Suwannee High would rep- llth .Straight VictoryThe of Live Oak will sing a folk song home remedies."
resent this division of the Keystone "Froggy Went a 'Courtin." wearing Costumed participants from doz- I.
Conference in Columbia High Tigers fell before the onslaughtof and
upcomingubgroup and old-timey dress playing ens of Florida cities towns and
and tournament play. Suwannee Saturday 7-2 to gain the distinction of lasting her own guitar accompaniment. communities will present folk

Football moved into the limelight seven innings with the Bulldogs and becoming their 11th songs and dances, and relate fire-
earlier in the school year straight victim. The accordion group will be led side tales and primitive supersti-

with an unprecedented string of The Bulldogs clipped Lake City for three runs in the by Mrs. Betty Frier and they will tions. Among the performers will
victories leading to the champion- first inning of the game. play "Ring Ring de Banjo. They be Seminole Indians shape-note /
chip of the Beach Bowl in Day- Dean Croft led off the inning ers choice by Harry Taylor. Der- have been placed on the programto singers several old-time fiddlers
tona Beach and an undefeated rell Croft singled to score anotherrun precede the 1:30 pm. Friday such
with a walk. Johnny Hurst sing- as Zeke Stephens dulcimer
schedule. But the baseball team and Leslie Kirby hit a sacrifice performance.
led and both runners advanced on and harmonica players straw-
refusing to take back seat to to the third of his
a fly score run LeRoy McDaniel will give beaters
a wild pitch Milton Sumrell walked scores of other entertainers -
pigskin enthusiasts has accom- the inning. original comedy routine of "Stone-
and one run scored on a field- performing singly or
plished a nearly comparable goalkith Leading Lake City 3-0. the Bull- wall Turnipseed," and will play in groups.

an undefeated season. Up- dogs added another run to the two harmonicas one with his The festival is sponsored by the
coming tournament play may decide In the bottom of the first Der- tally in the fifth inning. Myron mouth and the other with his nose. Stephen Poster Memorial Commission -
that Suwannee High has the rell Croft retired the first three Holmes and Lester Frier got' on He will be remembered for his entertaining an agency of the Stateof
finest Class "A" baseball team in men to face him on three spark- base on errors. Dean Croft step- performance at last Florida; the Stephen Foster
the state. fielding plays. ped to the plate faked a bunt I year's festival. Folklore Guild and the Florida

The Bulldogs feeling the nearness In the second inning, the Bull- that allowed both runners to steal Junior High School Dancers will Federation of Music Clubs. District 4-H Public Speaking Contest Held 1
of an undefeated season tore dogs scored three more runs to extra bases and then singled to perform on the opening program There is no charge for the event .
into Starke with at their total to 50. Derrell The District IV 4-H Public County also entered lamps. The
a vengeance run score the run. Friday morning under the direc- other than the usual
gate fee for
the outset scoring two runs in the Croft hit a long fly ball for a In the bottom of the fifth inning tion of Mrs. Patsy Cox physical entrance into the Memorial'sspacious Speaking and Reading Lamp Con- District Tractor Operators' Con-
first inning. three base hit but he failed to Lake City scored its first education teacher. They will pre- and beautiful test were held at the Monthly test was also held April 18 at the
Johnny Hurst led off with a step on first base and was put run of the game. The Tigers sent "The Black Nag" an English overlooking the Suwannee grounds River. Farm Bureau meeting in O'Brien Coliseum. Norman McElroy of
single and stole second base. Mil threatened to score nearly every country dance and "Korobushka" April 18.Duane. Columbia County drove away with
ton Sumrell singled and also stole out.With two away Dean Croft inning but failed to get a rally a Russian dance. Thomas of Columbia top honors with Lester Fowler of
second-base. Then Hurst scored on walked, Hurst singled and Sum- going. Another school group of inter- Angus Cattle County won top honors in the Dixie Marvin Selph of Hamilton,
a wild pitch and Sumrell advan- rell followed with another singleto Columbia High scored its second mediates from Douglass High BoughtShinn Public Speaking Contest. Other and Goven Knight of Suwannee

ced to third. Harry Taylor drew a score a run. Taylor singled run in the sixth inning after School also will take part in the and Bell Live Oak recently participants were Don Wethering- following.The .
walk and Sumrell scored on an scoring another run and Malcomb loading the bases with two outs. festival dressed in costumes of purchased one registered ton of Hamilton; Gene Box Su winners of these contests
error by-She Starke third base- Brady got on first base on an error The Bulldogs scored three more red, white and blue. They will do Angus cow and an AberdeenAngus wannee and Bobby Bell Lafay- will compete in the State Contestto
man..u -that allowed the third run of runs in the seventh inning, takinga Maypole plaiting to' the tune of bull from George D. Rogers ette County. In the Lamp Mak- be held at 4-H Short Course in
the inning to score. 7-2 lead and rounding out the "Here We Go 'Round the Mul- Lake City Florida. ing Contest Aubrey Goff of Su Gainesville during June.
County placed first. Bobby .
Starke. behind in the contest scoring.
berry Bush" and also present a
TROUBLE 5-0 scored three runs in the fifth Dean Croft singled Hurst walked singing game "Punchinello. They Bell of Lafayette County and I I '
(Office Supplies At McCrimon's) Charles Murray of Columbia (Office At
inning. With runners on second Sumrell walked Taylor step- are under the direction of J. L. McCrimon'sj
GETTING and third and two outs the Bull- ped to the plate and rapped a I I I Bevel school principal.
dogs attempted to intentionallywalk two base hit scoring two runs. The Philadelphia Home Demon, "
AUTO one of Starke's best hitters. Sumrell was thrown out at the stration club will display handcrafted !- i i .One of the greatest single sentences that ever sparked

On the second outside pitch he plate. Derrell Croft singled, scor- bonnets and aprons made American enterprise:
INSURANCE? leaned across the plate and slap- ing Taylor and putting the gameon by its members, and offer them for I
ped a hit into left field, scoring ice. sale. The club also will have coffee tt 99
Need SR-22 Filing and two runs. Before the side I I Ii
liability insurance? Ask another Starke run was crossed retired fruit available and egg along pies. with pecan. can do it better!

your agent to lend your the plate on an error. Suwannee
application to us if you'vt More than 2,000 persons will
bun cancelled or rtieetd. The angry Bulldogs with their perform during the festival. Miss 1 Y +
We can insure almost lead cut 5-3 came back in the Boltin said with programs sched-
anyone at fair rates re. sixth inning to score eight runs High uled for 10 am., and 1:30 and i
ord. Fire, theft compre- Brady Prier Derrell Croft. Holmes MenuApril day, and a final program devotedto Jk.
Kensive and collision also
available. Premiums Dean Croft and Taylor fig- a religious theme at 3 o'clock
be paid in easy Install may. ured in the scoring parade along Sunday afternoon.. May 5.
ments.* with other teammates. 25 through April 30 Thousands of Floridians and
Starke fought back weakly in Georgians well tourists
THURSDAY as as from
To Agents We will be
the sixth inning scoring three .
viewed to tend completekit Ham many states, annually attend the
more runs, making the 13-6. o s=
on request. Brokerage score Sweet Potato Souffle Folk Festival traditionally held
IS Assigned Risk The Bulldogs, however batted Beans with Ham Hocks the first week-end in May each -
Plan. out three runs of their own in the Apple Pie year. From a small beginning
final inning to round out '-
scoringat Bread Milk Butter the festival has grown into one

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Starke 6 1 8 Garden Salad emphasizing that there wil lbe

Cocoanut Cake two arts and crafts tents with a
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tivators they'd used and labored
seen, finest engineering departments in the
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