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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED, 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 2.,- 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 51THINKING

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B Live Oak Guard Unit Rated Among State's Best

Rain Soaks
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County Suwannee problems.County's Board of 46.a'X 1' ; ;:! : SoiL Crops ,

County Commissioners will have
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two Orand Jury presentments to ; One Inch Rain Seen lifesaverFor
study at their regular meeting A ; y Clayland Pine
here Tuesday. Both call for actionon ,

the part of the board. View Students Suwannee Crops StockOle
Of most importance is the one i

calling on the board to issue posi- :Mother Nature defied weather forecasters Tues

tive and definite instructions to Win Spelling BeeFirst day and eased her conscience with approximately one inch

county employees to stop the of rain drizzled on Suwannee County's parched soil and

practice of using county equip- place winners in the Su blistered crops.

ment and materials on private wannee County Spelling Bee held The reluctant drizzle, that threatened to quit several
property. The other calls for request Radio Station
Friday at WNER
started
times before it got was
on the Suwannee County received $25 U. S. Savings Bonds the largest rain Suwannee has
legislative delegation to pass leg- while all participants in the had since March 1 when the Baptist Mission
islation to set in motion the election county-wide program received at
Weather Bureau Station at
of a county attorney. least one dollar. WNER Radio recorded half an Organized SundayThe
These two matters in them- The contest covered two groups. Mission I
selves are sufficient to require Nash sixth studentat inch.The Calvary Baptist
Wayne grade
rather -
rain appeared to fall Church was organized on Sunday -
study by the board but there are ; Pine View Elementary School
"
.
; even all over the county. April %8. This Mission
two other matters I think of ma- was named first place winner in
WNER reported nine-tenths of Church, located at 524 Hamilton
jor importance that should be Group I. Foineis McLeod, also a an inch here In Live Oak. E. K. Avenue NW is co-sponsored by

faced at Tuesday's meetings.The k
sixth grader at Pine View, won
: Wea-
Antioch
At- Hamilton, who operates the the First Baptist and
resignation of County
second
place honor sand received -
ther Bureau Station in New Baptist Churches.
torney W. J. Winburn Jr., will These five officers have been promoted within the past year. They are Brig. Gen. Wadsworth a $5 cash award. inches.
Harmony, reported 2.47 Rev. Dave Alderman, Florida
selection
necessitate the of an attorney (seated), CoL Dale, Maj. Crews, Lt. CoL Tuttle, and Capt. Baisden. (This photograph was taken in Gwen Tomlinson seventh grade Farmers around the county reported -
Baptist State Missionary from
to serve as legal advisorto Gen. Wadsworth's office at the National Guard Armory.) student at Clayland, took top approximately an inch in
the board. This is a most important honors in Group n of the spell- Tallahassee, preached the sermon -
O'Brien, Dowling Park, and Ella- at the initial service.
assignment and should be ing bee and received her SeriesE.

filled by selection of competent Guardsmen Get PromotionsCharles Bond. Charlene Suggs, seventh ville.County Paul Crews said The building in which the
Agent
counsel who will steer the board grade student at Branford, was Mission Church is meeting Is a
not only
in legal channels. Situations suchas named second place winner and : the rain was a lifesaver sta- former Boy Scout Hut which
and other
that pointed out in the pre- T. Baisden awarded a $5 cash prize. for tobacco corn, has recently been renovated. A
and
but for pastures
sentment relative to use of coun- ed captains bars in the The awards and the sponsor- ple crops, capacity crowd attended th'efirst
livestock too.
ty materials labor and equipment rida National Guard ship of the county-wide spelling He explained that farmers because service.
might have been avoided had legal ly to become the bee was contributed by the three of insufficient pasture, Services will begin every Sun-

advice been followed. five officers in the Live : Suwannee County banks: The have been forced to feed their day at 9:30 a.m. Rev. John
The other major problem the Guard unit to receive ; p :, First National Bank and The cattle through the drought. This Hntcherson, pastor of the An-
board must face up to now is Commercial Bank of Live Oak, tioch Baptist Church, will
tions within the past feeding through the spring coup-
what to do about the state of repair and the Branford State Bank of preach this Sunday, May 5.
a
led with feeding during particularly
of county buildings, chiefly Baisden who has Branford. winter People who are not attendingany
the Courthouse and AgriculturalOffice years in the Live Oak Fourteen finalists participatedin i long and severe other church are invited to
has been extremely expensive.The
Building. This problem em- ceived his promotion on the competition. Contestantsin be present.
noted that farmers
braces not only renovation but 28, following the Group I were Wayne Nash and agent .
:
should begin to save some hay in
must include ample and definite the Florida Guard into a Enneis McLeod of Pine View,
plans for continuous maintenanceof dated force under one Kathy Fletcher and Carl Can- the future.
said that irrigated tobacco Receives
Crews
these buildings or else we can The other promoted non of Branford, Martha Connellof Library
expect major 'repairs every few Col. George H. Dale, Lt. : McAlpin, Joyce Hayes of Clay- in the county about 50
years Much of today's problems Robert T. Tuttle, Maj. : land, and Lonnie Dancy of Well- per cent is hi good shape but 3 Book Donations.
fanners who do not have irriga-
would have been avoided had adeiinite.plan Crews, and Brig. Gen. born.

,, 'ol jegular .care,and; .Wadn" 11114.5_Continued tion have had to reset as much
m4Pa .t.9l-
maintenance. been 'followed. According to Maj. %en. if 83 four times.-to get stand or tobacco Three,books have be_ IIIIIIIetI
The problems are there. 'Solutions W.. McMillan. Adjutant .to live. to the Memorial Sb dt of tta JR4-
are needed now. of Florida, the Live Oak Migratory Labor He said that farmers will now wannee River Regional Library at.
one of the finest guard begin to reset tobacco in earnest Live Oak in memory of Mr. Ar-
Charges have been made that the state. He attributed Requests UrgedThe and either plant or replant corn. thur J. Ball of New Smyrna
this newspaper is attempting to the quality of the Live Oak Oak National Guard have received county agent's office is I Most of the farmers in the county Beach, who often worked at the

picture certain public officials in to the service of skilled and They are CoL Dale, Lt. Col. Tuttle now taking names of farmers I have already planted corn and library as a volunteer worker,

a bad light. Nothing could be further cated officers, both past who would like migratory labor : had trouble getting it to grow, though in his nineties.
4 from the truth.I present. this year for harvesting tobacco he said. Mrs. Gladys Nourse of Rutland,
and melons. The agent noted that some big Vt. two books in
have publicly stated on numerous Baisden who heads gave memoryof
occasions and written in this A, 1st Battalion 187th 10)r Perform I Paul Crews said requests must acreage farmers, like Aubrey Mr. Ball: "Will Rogers" by
column hundreds of times in one of the most militarily be made now so his office can Ward, began planting their corn Donald Day, and "Miniature

years past that this newspaperhas cated officers in the 2,000(} Performers notify the labor division of the yesterday in the rain. Crews said Flower Arrangements And Plant
an obligation to report the completed both the basic Florida Employment Service that Ward will continue to plant ings" by Vogt.
actions of public officials factually vanced officers courses at about the number of laborers to around the clock until the plant- Mr. Ball admired Will Rogers

and fairly. This we have done Knox, Ky. both of them Tales Dances be moved here from Central ing Is completed. and always enjoyed flowers. His
and will continue to do. for 16 weeks. and South Florida. Crews said that although May greatest wish was to raise dwarf
Personalities do not enter into Nuclear Weapons sent to us for our gardens. Num- The agent noted that people corn and tobacco will not pro- trees.

the news columns of this news- In addition, he completed erous beds have been set out who have used this labor in duce as high yields, "we still His daughter Elisabeth BaH,

paper. We report events based on five-week nuclear weapons around the grounds, near the Mu- past years were well pleased. think we can make a successfulcrop has given to the library in mem-
facts. Rumors and wild charges offered at Fort Knox. seum and Carillon Tower, and Local labor that is willing to this year. ory of her father the book -The

have never and will never be usedas The captain enlisted in flower lovers at the FestivalNo. work is not available, Crews "This one inch of rain has been Japanese Art Of Miniature Trees

a basis for news reporting. This Florida Guard here in Live ( 6 Continued on Page 10)) said. (No. 7 Continued on Page 10)) And Landscapes", by Yoa&mfera.

is" fundamental with this news- hi 1947. He was ,

paper and part ol the obligationwe 1955 and promoted to 1st
owe the community for the tenant in 1958. Ilene Industries Continues To Grov. I

privilege of operating a newspa- Baisden a graduate of

per here. nee High School, has been ,

The actions of public officials ployed by the U. S. Post Henry and John Edmisten From a one-horse operation in first year of operation, they ter having worked in wood furniture -

become a part of the public record Department in Live Oak for have guided the fortunesof a Perry, Fla., aircraft hangar that grossed $60,000. The second year' most of their live and decided -

of government. There are few 13 years. He is married and Ilene Industries from a the brothers rented for $75 per produced a $90,000 gross. to get into business for

instances in which any action two children. limited capital investmenta month, the wood products busi- The first year the company was themselves.
pleases everybody. Hence to disagree General Wadsworth was ness now has an excellent credit in Live Oak its gross sales soaredto Were Salaried Employees
few to fast
with acts of public officialsis ed to his current rank at years ago a rating in Dunn and Bradstreet. $225,000. At the close of its Before they Joined together in
little withan
a basic right of free men. Those camp last July. He is growing industry Henry Edmisten, president of fiscal year last June, it grossed the venture, Henry was workingfor
who read into such disagreementof assigned as deputy expected gross revenueat Hene Industries, said he and his 355000. Laminated Wood Products to

personal likes and dislikes the 55th Operational the end of this fiscal I brother started the business in Henry said he and his brother Madison where he had been employed

would challenge a fundamental ters under which i year in excess of $400,000. Perry in 1956. At the end of their John; started the company af- I If I as manager since moving

freedom of the free governmentthis Army National Guard I to Florida in 1948. John was em-
nation enjoys. (No. 3 Continued on Page ) ; ployed by Caldwell Pmuiime

# ';:' .:: Manufacturing Company In Le-
The editorial column of this :;>;
''' noir N. C.
Board Condemns
newspaper and the weekly column PropertyCourt } Their decision to pool then-

appearing here are the opinion of fti : ; :'j limited capital and strike out on
; ;
the newspaper and its publisher.We Awards Record $104,400 : : their own has proved to be one

have the right to editorializeand .... .. !... of the wisest ...
# t.. .h" : moves of a JU. ..
,
> fjl
i.
comment. Here ;
again many WreckThe > Today the company operates on
do not agree and that certainlyis Judgment Negligent 1 ....; ; ; !;' a two-shift, 16-hour day. Henry
their right. 1h Jc' """ oi"j: ,.,.,! '4 supervises the daytime
This newspaper is one of thecoUnty's Circuit Court this week decreed in favor of W. I@ '' .. '!it. .,"' while John, secretary-treasurer shift of
J. Winburn Jr. of Live Oak final judgment of : af ''
oldest institutions. It was a $104,400, the firm, runs the night shift
being published before most of its the largest damage judgment ever awarded in Suwannee :, ) 4if The two brothers and their

readers were born. It has gained County. I ., : :: :: wives make up the board of directors -
the reputation of standing for The judgment was ruled against two colored men _J f1 and they own an of the

good government and progress in Alfonzo Fisher and WiUie Jean 1! i *_.fJ _. ___ ,;r stock between them. Henry said
this county. This newspaper has Owens who were found to be another car. The defendants in > '><,;""' ., a'4 they sold some stock at one time

played a part in improving life responsible for a negligent auto this suit are the drivers of the .,. .... ,"': .;".-.,>+:.'" but have since bought it back.
here and will continue to sup- accident that nearly claimed the two cars. I. Y. ; T ."Jii.! -': Henry's son, Marvin acts as tam-
port every project or idea we sin- -life of the plaintiff, Winburn, last Winburn estimated his speed 1-1 I :;i;:[ ri: : '' -" ".' ber inspector and lumber yard

cerely feel is best for .the peopleof year. upon concussion at approximately .Ii I <, -\ :"i :: :- .. foreman.
the county. The Judgment was decreed by 45 miles per hour. ";' ;; .Ii'. ,'t-:... '. ''n>., ... ; I. I Development Authority Helps
defendants He was rushed by ambulanceto -6--.i: ; : "" ; .; ..' p.,
default against both 'f'"t. .-" '<>-. ; The two brothers decided to
The practice of using county after their failure to file or enter the J. Hillis MUler Health Cen- X dlr. :... ,;.t '""t .. '' .' ..11 move to Live Oak when-the &1I -
,
materials and equipment on private any defensive pleadings.The ter fii Gainesville where he remained a. .- 1 :< '" ," \ wannee County Development Au
property is illegal and wrong. case was tried and de- for 27 days, part of this G''"' I Ii!. "ht < .> ." thority agreed to construct the
Our only interest is to see that termined by the court without a time on the critical list. .. '; ,; 1 building they now occupy and
_.
.such practice is stopped and not Jury. The plaintiff expressly In other civil action before the :; }: | lease it to them. Henry said _fee
started again. We need not indi- waived the trial by Jury. court, a jury awarded compensation \ and John had been looking for
cate those guilty of that practice. The near-fatal accident occur- for property $500 and $75 \>:! It {: I another building to rent when

.Such individuals know better than red on the Mayo Road inside the attorney fees to Tom Delegal and ... they came upon some members

we what has been done in the city limits of Live Oak near How- Jennie C. Delegal who were the .. of the Suwannee County Chamberof

past.. land's Grocery. Winburn said he defendants in a condemnationsuit ,. .- -.., .. ... .. ...... ..-- Commerce who in turn steered
"
It isr time q.
that personal feel- was en route to his home when brought by the Board of them to the Development Authority.
Ings be pushed aside and action he was truck head-on by a vehicle Public. Instruction. Three other Henry Edmisten, president of H se Industries, takes a long look at the company's new wood .

(No 1 Continued on Pa Ke 10)) that was being pushed by (No. 2 Continued on Page 10) j kiln still under construction. ..I y g1twi' "" P': .










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TWO SUWANNEE' DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963



' THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF May Day FLORIDA'S WASHINGTON REPORTBy I


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA SENATOR SPESSARD HOLLAND
stln The Heart Of The Smcannee River Valley"
a
Farm
BANNER Consolidated LEADER tL1 SENATE CONFIRMS FEDERAL amendment, bringing the total
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 +I S BENCH NOMINEE Last county to 32.
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street ) ti *
Thursday the Senate confirmedthe If approved by six more states,

Louie C. Wadsworth ...........................................: Publisher Front nomination of Charles B. Ful- this will become the 24th Amend-

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor ton, West Palm Beach attorney, ment to the federal Constitution.I .

mara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor to the federal judgeship for the am particularly appreciative of f

Walter Lee Olive ............................... Advertising Manager r :: ByDoyle s Southern District of Florida.On the cordial reception accorded me
E. -- the preceding day Senator when I recently testified before
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida
'ConnerAnother Smathers and I appeared before committees representing both
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 the Senate Judiciary Committeein Houses of the Florida Legislaturein

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 .h.; ;...,,N1 1 .. discovery hi chemical Mr. Fulton's behalf inasmuchas support of the amendment and

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance we had submitted his name of the speedy action of the Leg-
like bad for
research looks news
: : earlier for the post. islature in approving it.
the livestock Industry. Cattle
:MEMBER OF : : 4;:' He has been a distinguished LABOR DEPARTMENT PRO-
I especially could bear the bruntof
member of the Florida Bar for POSAL OPPOSED This week

((i/ Florida Press Association (/SUWANNEE.COUNTY the refer new to development.I a new synthetic. prod- many years, and I am confident representatives of Senator Smathers -
.CHAMBER ( that he will serve with equal dis- and of Congressman Paul
"breathes"
a uct one that like
SUWANNEE COUNTY ; / +
r tinction on the federal bench. Rogers joined with me in con-
COMMERCE natural which
leather might
Chamber of Commerce rents t tau ;..h 'M/m 'I 1 have an unfavorable- effect on COMMUNICATIONS SATEL- ferring with officials of the U. S.
LITE INCORPORATORS APPROVED Department of Labor on the sub-
the leather industry equal to, or
-S:4: / Following a two-day ject of that agency's proposed
,
maybe greater than the impact
'fit y. i' scrap, the Senate confirmed the establishment of a 95c minimum
that synthetic fibers have had
Attend. The Florida Folk Festival 14 incorporators of the Com- hourly wage for off-shore farm
on the textile industries.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week will be American shoe manufacturersare munications Satellite Corporationlast workers.

spectacular days at the Stephen Foster :Memorial in White reported eagerly investigatingthe Thursday. Among this group This proposal is the result of a
was A. Byrne Litschgi, Tampa hearing held in Florida last win-
Springs as the pageantry of the annual Florida Folk Fes- new product developed by the i
attorney. The same Senators who' ter, and in the .
we delegation
tival unfolds its rich treasure of the past adjacent to the huge Du Pont company after 13 are
unsuccessfully filibustered againstthe opposing it because there is
no
famed Suwannee River. years of research) and a smaller
1 establishment of the corpora- authority for such action
quiteto
Each year this gala event brings thousands of spec- It Happened In. firm in New Jersey. Both havea tion in the last session of Con- the contrary, the Congress; has
tators and folk performers to this of the state to plastic material with thousandsof
area gress again expressed objection by consistently refused in the pastto
observe and participate in the bazaar folk program. This microscopic holes which can opposing confirmation.In grant such authority.We .
replace leather for the
program will continue for three days at the Memorial, Suwannee shoes. "uppers"in doing so, however they are supported in our posi-

and the only charge for attending this unparalleled display County There was a time when heavy- made it clear that they do not tion by the Florida Fruit and

of tradition is the regular gate charge. weight leather monopolized the object to the character or quali- Vegetable Association, the Florida
fications of the 14 nominees; opposition Citrus Commission, the Florida
This year more than 2,000 performers are slated to market for shoe*soles. But syn-
take part in the festival, among them several noted folk thetics cut into that business which we defeated bya Citrus Mutual and other agricul-
1923 1938 1953 vote of 75 to 15, was based on tural organizations. This week's
entainers of Suwannee County. heavily some years ago. Up to
These entertainers include Oscar Swails of O'Brien now, however, no satisfactory the claim that Congressional con- meeting failed to convince us of
firmation of officials of a private the existence of such author-
who is an old-time fiddler and straw beater. Miss Gracie i synthetic product could be foundto any
corporation is unconstitutional. ity the
Romelle Warner of Live Oak will sing her rendition of From The Files Of The replace leather in the upper I voted in favor of confirma- executives and were Labor advised Department that if

"Froggy Went 'Courtin,." Mrs. Betty Frier will lead SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT part of too a shoe. The syntheticswere this right is further asserted it

an..!accordion i group_ that_ will play! "Ring, Ring De Banjo." : warm and uncomfort- tion.WATER RESOURCES LEGIS- will become the subject of an

JLeKoy McUamel will give his unique comedy routine, able.Now things don't look too LATION PASSED After vot- exhaustive hearing before the

"Stonewall Turnipseed," and play two harmonicas at Forty Years Ago - 1923dent bright for the 700-million-dollars. ing against several crippling Senate Agriculture Committeeand

once one with his mouth, the other with his nose. On Boys'Rotarian Day the brass of the club, and Will H. Lyle a-year leather industry which amendments, I supported final if necessary, of a long,

Junior High Dancers will perform on the opening band in leading the school boys' vice president, who had previously has been selling about 85 per cent passage of the Water Resources drawn-out fight.

program Friday morning under the direction of Mrs. march did their first band march- been elected to those positions.The of its annual volume to manu- Research Act. At the request of our delega-

Patsy Cox, physical education teacher. They will pre- ing.At induction of Dick into the facturers for uppers in shoes. This would authorize estimated tion, the Department will submit
the Alimar Theatre the orchestra threat- expenditures of some $6.8 millionin for our consideration in the near
"
sent the "Black Nag, an English country dance, and presidency was seriously Time magazine quotes manufac-
division of the band the next fiscal year in grants, future a brief supporting its
play- contention -
"Korobushka Russian dance. ened for a few moments on account turers as ready to go in a big way
a ed for the Rotarians and the boys, of Questions concerning his with the new product IF the matching funds and contract i as to its rights in this
In addition, a group of intermediates from Douglass Ed Porter leader funds for the establishment with-
; Miss Price at classification, but this was hap- public acceptance proves to be field.WHITE
High School are set for a costume performance of Maypole I the piano; Cook Turner and Nel- pily explained by Dick, who con- good. in the various states at state HOUSE RECEPnON-

Plaiting to the tune of "Here We Go 'Round The son, cornetists; Dale, alto; Strick- vinced the club that the L.OP.&G. universities and land grant colleges Mary and I attended the Con-

:Mulberry Bush," and a singing game. "Punchinello." land drum; Angelo Tubor; and Railroad was actually a transportation Advocates of a futures market' of water research centers gressional reception at the White

They are under the direction of Douglass High PrincipalJ. Greene, violin.A line and that he was actually for frozen orange concentrate as and programs. House on April 25, and it was a

L. Bevels. band bus was built for the in the transportation busi- a stabilizing influence on prices Such centers, together with most enjoyable affair. Mary was

Also contributing from Suwannee County, the Philadelphia boys. They paraded in this ness and derived the major por- throughout a normal year of private firms, foundations or Individuals also among those present at the

Home Demonstration Club will display handi- through the streets, and led the tion of his income from that heavy production will be Inter- as determined under Senate Ladies Club party given
motorcade to Suwannee Springsin source. provisions of the Act, would con- this week in honor of the First
ested in
craft bonnets made by its members, and offer them for developments in the po-
this duct scientific research into the Lady. Although Mrs.
Thursday, where they tato Kennedy
sale. In addition the club will have coffee available along industry.
played to the boys during their Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M. Sears Congress has been studying a conservation and development of could not be present, she was well
:with pecan, fruit and egg pies. games and contest.: entertained most bill the Nation's water supply which represented by Mrs. Dean Rusk.
delightfully at to ban
trading in
potato fu-
We have always been believers in,/and promoters: of bridge at their home on Ohio Ave. tures. Washington reports indi- has become a grave problem in LUNCHEON HONORS INCOMING -

the Florida Folk Festival. It helps to preserve and immortalize The Alimar Theatre this week Wednesday evening, their guests cate chances are good such leg- broad areas of the Nation and its OFFICIAL Yesterday -

a rich past of American life, as well as its economic featured a- Universal SuperSpecial being mostly the young married islation will be adopted. It has approaching an acute crisis in Alabama Senator and Mrs.

value to our area. seven reel film of pathos and the support of some important some Florida areas. I feel protection John Sparkman and Small Business -
set.Those
Certainly folk music, lyrics, games and traditions comedy starring Miss Priscilla enjoying the evening with growing Interests and practically of our dwindling water sup- Administrator John Home
have played a valuable and prominent role in the life and Dean in "Wild Honey," and one Mr. andMrs. Sears were Mr. and all farm organizations.Only ply and development of additional and his wife gave a luncheon in

history of our nation; and we, feel that in our section of reel of comedy.In Mrs. Darrow Helvenston, Mr. and Maine potatoes are traded water is a major national prob the Capitol in honor of Dr. and
addition, the Live Oak orchestra Mrs. B.W. lem. The legislation passed en- Mrs. E. T. York Jr., and Mary
the country, the folk heritage has been particularly sig- Helvenston Jr., Mr. and on the futures market but
nificant. played special musical Mrs. Theron Bothwell, Mr. and growers insist that such speculative visions federal expenditures in and I were happy to be among

numbers for the entertainment of Mrs. G. C. Bothwell, Mr. and Mrs.C. I transactions influences prices this field in the amount of $18.9 those present.Dr. .
Each year the Florida Folk Festival grows larger, the audience. The spectacular as a E. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harold in all important potato million by the fifth year of the York, Administrator of the
areas.
more noteworthy and entertaining. Miss Thelma Boltin, benefit for the Parent-Teachers Jones, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hinely program in fiscal 1968. Agriculture Department's Federal

director of the Festival, has passed the word to "bring Association.At Mr. and Mrs. Louis Day Mr. and An English dairy scientist has I ANTI-POLL TAX RATIFICA- Extension Service, is resigning

along your dancing shoes, musical instruments to play in Mrs. Starke Conner, Mrs. Louise developed an "infra-red milkanalyzer" TION MOVES FORWARD this position shortly to become

'hoedown sessions, any colorful costumes from the old days, last Monday's meeting the Lyle Monroe, Messrs. John Hild- designed to analyze Since my last newsletter, two Provost of Agriculture of the

end'samples of old-timey handicrafts and home remedies." Live Oak Rotary Club inducted II II reth Herbert Drew, and Brown milk samples automatically by more states-Florida and Iowa- University of Florida at Gaines-

W* invite vnn to make the- trio to the Stephen Fos- Dick Hopkins into office as presi- Byrd. use of infra-red light. It has been have ratified my anti-ifoll tax ville.

ter 1tIE nlriaf) White Springs this"week and revel in a :. patented by the National Re-
gala exhibition of the past. Tiventy-Five Years Ago - 1938 search Development Corporationof

We have no qualms in heartily recommending it to Eighty-five Suwannee County compared with 275 for W. B. England and is being tested

you, knowing that you will thoroughly enjoy the Florida boys and girls were awarded cer- Creekmore. there by the National Instituteof

Folk Festival. tificates at an impressive gradua- Mayor Bevan defeated C. P. Research and Dairying.

tion ceremony last Thursday nightin Huffman 673-388. Clerk Henry Within a minute, according to

the local school auditorium. had 742 to 257 for Ottis Brown a report that came to my atten-

Ex-President Turns Budget Barber Claude J. Hackney Jr. acted as and 96 for J. A. Newton. defeating tion, the device will determinethe CdLtcr<he
master of ceremonies. per cent of fat. protein lactose -
City Attorney Alfred T. Airth G.
Former President Eisenhower's recent letter to Re-
Awards were made to Miss Vir- Warren Sanchez had a total of and solids-not-fat. At pres-
publican leaders in Congress saying that $10 to $12 billion ginia Perry as the outstanding I I 687 to 393. ent those determinations require

could easily be shaved off the Kennedy budget was a student to Jimmy Nelson as the tedious chemical tests.It I

masterpiece of Monday morning quarterbacking.As best athlete and to D. W. Black- The largest crowd ever to attend is expected the new device, Plight. Of Our. Schools u. .. _
noted by columnist Ralph McGill, quoted by the stone as winner of the science an election party in Live when it is perfected will not be (Lectors; i\oie: "ire louow- year from tau me proposal

Bradford County Telegraph: "President Eisenhower ran award. Oak gathered at Mike's Corner available before October this ing editorial by the Jackson would take $36,", which can be

up the largest peacetime deficit in history, and took the Tuesday night to hear returns year. County Floridan on Marian replaced if the County Commis-
Mayor R. J. Bevan three incumbent na's school problems points up sion raises taxes. The $36.000
total of it calmly. He was never successful as a budget from state county and city elec-
A new theory about about the same situation we I would be added to the SchoolBoard's
aldermen, City Clerk D. mastitis in
barber if indeed he tried to trim. The Eisen- tions. I
even
O. Henry, and Marshall W. A. dairy cows is mentioned in a recent have here in Suwannee County. share of the racetrack
hower budgets went unshorn. issue of Jackson County's schools, like money.
Henry were returned to office by the National Future
The Board of County Com-
"The nation then had its needs, even as now. But overwhelming margins in the city missioners Farmer magazine. Suwannee's, have reached their The school system's need for
rejected a proposal to
ex-Presidents forget easily," observes Mr. McGill.It election Tuesday.A buy wire for the rightofwayon Researchers in Ohio suggest constitutional limit of 20 millson money Is caused by the fact that

is the belief of Mr. Eisenhower that the nation does record 1120 ballots were cast, State Road 112 which would forage may be a cause of this property assessments and the 20 mills which is the maximum

not need to engage in a race to the moon. "This may be," with Alderman J. C. Fletcher, who connect Branford and Lake City. disease which has been estimated have no way of raisin further allowed by state law for

comments McGill, "but one is made uneasy by recallingthat was unopposed receiving 814 com- The board authorized Road to cost U. S. dairy farmers about revenues. In the meantime, the operation of school, does not

Mr. Eisenhower's Secretary of Defense was the man plimentary votes. Marshall Hunterwas Foreman Harvey Carroll to spend 435 million dollars a year. Their relentless march of Increasing: provide enough local money for

whose dictum was that he did not care why the grass was accorded a higher vote than $500 for metal as this county'scontribution tests showed big differences in costs continues while these the county to participate in thestate's
ever received in contested the amount of mastitis in herds revenues remain static.) minimum PI"O 8DL In other -
a
green and .was uninterested in finding out. This attitudeon race I to a $10,000 WPA
fed on different The financial problems of the words local funds are not
the part of Mr. Wilson undoubtedly contributed sub- in Live Oak. He received 810 votes, bridge project. types of forage,
and that forages may be Jackson County school system enough to provide the bare necessities

stantially to the need"for this country to engage in a crash Ten Years Ago - 1953 highly charged in certain seasons more grow ever more difficult to solve.It of education, even though

exploration of space. with a resulting rise in the. inci- 1s generally agreed that some- state funds account for approximately -
McGill notes that present Secretary of Defense McNa- A truck loaded with 775 gal- Dairy farmers from Suwannee dence of mastitis. thing must be done to preserve 95 per cent of all school

mara has already produced an outline of enormous wastein lons of moonshine whiskey was and Hamilton Counties formed the public education in the county. funds spent in the county.

defense budgets under the Eisenhower administration. confiscated by Sheriff Hugh Lewis Live Oak Velda Milk Producers Florida commercial flower But what? The real solution of coursp.would .

Many projects were started without proper planning. A Monday but the driver of the vehicle Association at a meeting held at growers will be interested in A temporary solution tem- be to make the mill more
escaped into the woods. Earl's Drive In at Live Oak Thursday because it im- valuable, 20 mills
billion dollars wasted for nuclear plans recently announced for the porary, provides an so would pro-
was example on
a power -
arrived
The sheriff the
on scene
I Wilmer Golf was elected most modem wholesale florist mediate answer that merely delays duce enough revenue to operateour
plan before blueprint or mechanism of suit-
any truck
power after a suspicious looking
president.
center in the nation which the real problem another schools. This can be done only
able size existed. Time after time there wasteful may
was was stopped by a state trooper and
be built at Boston. year or two has been proposedby through county-wide revaluation -
duplication of weapons. its occupant ran into a nearby
The new center would replace the School Board the County of property.
"Defense under the Eisenhower administration was thicket. The sheriff's bloodhound More than a thousand folks present facilities which Commission and the Legislative Revaluation will not be done

wastefully and arrogantly run," is the opinion of Mr. trailed the man through the from the Suwannee River Coun- to be bursting at the are seams reported delegation. The solution: transfer until the voters of Jackson Coun-
McGill. woods and back to the highway try attended Suwannee River Day ty tell their elected
from a volume of some 8 million some of the racetrack funds officials -
Secretary McNamara, ;Jn McGill's observation, is the where it was assumed a motorist held at Fannin Springs last Fri- dollars annually in florists prod which are paid to the county annually County Commtarioners and Tax

first defense department head to meet head-on the uni- picked him up. day and enjoyed one of the most ucts and supplies. from the county commission Assessor they want it done.

fication of services and the century-old waste of money in event-packed celebrations wit- Designed by the U. S. Department budget to the school system. In the meantime our school
The Dr. J. M. Price Day Com- nessed in this neck of the woodsin l If system limps along at
duplication of weapons by the services. of Agriculture's Agricultural This means, of course that the minimum -
mittee has
design fora
approved a
years. Marketing the county is to operate at its program, with such a fine
McGill "there number of Service the center
"Finally, says are a memorial fountain made of fine '
would greatly improve present level, which Is by no margin of safety that deserving
things we must do. All of them cost money. We soon Georgia marble to be constructedin the trading
The folks of Live Oak were mak- facilities for 250 stretch of the imagination lavish, teachers do not receive raises
shall decide whether we think more of the fetish of a front of Suwannee County ing plans yesterday to have this transact most of their growers who these funds win have to be replaced and look for greener pastures:

balanced budget, or whether we shall do what, in time, Hospital appreciation of the 50 tobacco center looking as spic and In the Exchange, 15 independentfirms business by an increase In the necessary programs cannot be

we must." years of service the faithful phy- emaculate as a dutch householdfor some 350 local florists and mirage (presently estimated at added to present curricula, because -

In the face of all this, Mr. Eisenhower observes from sician has given to Live Oak. the clean-up, fix-up, paint-up salesmen and dealers along the about 3& mills by present prop- there Is no money for text-

his strategic position at the ninth hole, that billions can week to be observed here this entire Eastern Seaboard and as erty assessment figures). books and supplies and additional

easily be lopped off the Kennedy budget. There are The Methodist Church Is spon- week. far west as the Mississippi River. The proposal specifically would teachers; classrooms are over-

those who agree with him. soring the' "United EvangelisticMission' Civic organizations, businesses, transfer $36,000, now going to crowded and teacher leads are

But the realities of the situation in view of the circumstances in the Southeastern Ju- city officials and Individuals are Cary H. Day returned to Live the county's general fund, to the tremendous because there is no
both at home and risdiction which Includes eight cooperating with the Chamber of I Oak a few days ago following the school system for operating funds. money.It .
America
surrounding Southern states. This walking Commerce I sale of his Gulf Oil general fund Is to
The
committee to bring it Corporation by present the credit of our local %
and the national debt I :
abroad indicates the federal budget and talking revival Is the great- about. Mayor Fred G. Glass Jr. In Jasper and Is now associated distribution gets about $83.000 educators that so far on MINI..

_. will. climb a good bit higher before it can be reduced est Methodist revival since the has proclaimed the week official with his father In the local Gulf (based on $200,000 racetrack :MUM funds they have managed

-**-. -_ .t"-'v4.,; *irvthe. .White House. days of John Wesley. for Live Oak. agency as salesman for the firm. funds paid to the county last (No. 1 Continued on Pare 9)PAGE

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FLORIDA YEARS AGOFederals ; ; Florida Bar
100 : I I County Ministers9 Column GroupTo
Honor BlackwellJ.

; The L. Blackwell, Live Oak law-
;))1 Report Confederate yer, will be honored at the forth-

Pastor's CornerBy coming annual convention of The
Florida Bar in Miami Beach May
1-5 when the Bar pays special

On Blockade REV. JOHN The M. HAYNES tribute to its fifty-year members.

fr Ships Duty Rector, St. Luke's Episcopal Church al Blackwell education,from who received Washington his leg-and

"Then began he to curse and I despair. If you are clever about I Lee University was admitted to
to saying know not the lit you can drop this kind of poison -
I (This is another in a Series Negroes 8 years old and under has fallen from 22c to"12c per Ib. Festival held in Tallahassee this swear I practice in 1913.
into almost
family, into
St. Matthew 26:74. any .
of articles portraying Florida $500; 8-16 $800; 16-35 $1,200; and flour is selling in Florida at evening, is described as a "perfect man. I i almost any marriage, into almost
t., as events unfolded 100 years 35-50, .$900; 50 and over, $500. $40 a barrel. When the wheat success.** $1,450 was realized from Have you ever known anyone any Church, and it will be hard Card Of ThanksWe
ago, published by the Florida Horses extra fine, $500. i I crop is harvested the price may the sale of articles. This is likely like St. Peter? I think I have. for anyone to pin-point exactly would like to express our
Cicil War Centennial Commis- Horses and mules, first rate drop to $20 a barrel. Bacon is expected the largest sum ever before raisedin Rash, generous, foolish loyal This, where the trouble is. The devil sincere thanks to our friends for
sion.) $300; second rate$200; third rate to remain high during the city for charitable purposes. strong and swearing saints. this and his minions prefer to remain their words of comfort, food
leader
Edited By $100; stallions $1,000; jacks $500; the summer. People should eat MAY 7 -The u.s.s. Stars and bold curious and mixture imaginative of belief and, denial anonymous.The cards, visits and other acts of
[f F SAMUEL PROCTOR jennies $100; sheep $5; meat poultry and vegetables and reduce Stripes on blockade duty off St. this fortress of a person Lord Himself on at least sympathy extended us during the
[{ University of Florida hogs, $25; stock hogs $5. their bacon rations. Marks this morning "chased a and this bag of shifting sands. one occasion called someone a death of our son and bretfe,
MAY 1 According to a report The Gadsden County Commis- The soldiers must have it and 4ide-wheeled schooner 'rigged Jesus said it was liar, for he was. (St. John 8) Do Clifford Mock.
issued today by Federal Rear Admiral sioners are also expected to com- the supply is limited. i i steamer" more than three hours, on this sam not be afraid to speak the truthas Mr. and Mrs. D. a MMC)
1 S. F. DuPont, commandingthe ply with this scale. The U.s.gunboat Tahoma today each vessel "going at the rate of kind of human-:; you see it, but be ever ready to and children
South Atlantic Blockading Using statistics from the. Rich- captured a schooner-rigged boat fourteen miles per hour." ity, namely you .. change your opinions and your .
Squadron, the UJS.S. Mohawk is mond Enquirer, the Florida Sen- called the Crazy Jane near the The Federal officer in charge and me, that He:,:: habits and your ideas when you Leonard
on blockade duty at Fernandinaand tinel states that the Confederatedebt Egmont Key Lighthouse off Char- reports that he "was doing all we would build find them to be wrong. The markof Buys AngusJohn
the U.s. steamers Norwichand is now $600,000,000 and it lotte Harbor. could to get up near enough to Church. an ignorant man, whether he H. Leonard of Live oak
E. B. Hale are in the St. will be increased to $900,000,000 give her a shot, but could not andI And St. Peter has been to college or not, whether recently purchased three Aber
J hn's River. by July I, 1863. There was no name painted on had the mortification to see swore cursed he can quote you the scrip- deen-Angus cows from David M.
1 The Confederate Congress today The value of the entire propertyof the captured vessel nor were her disappear." think of that, ture or not is his overweening Bull Jr.. of Alva. Fla.
extended conscription to overseers the Confederacy, the Sentinel there papers or flag aboard. The The Confederate schooner Sea suck your breathin belief that only he is right. St.
regard him as the Prince of the
I who were hitherto exempt. The says, can not be estimated accurately cargo turpentine and cotton Lion with a cargo of cotton was over that. Peter was wrong enough to deny Eternal
Apostles. life with God is
need for men by the military has but "the per cent of indebtedness : suggests that she is an outgoingblockade captured today in the Gulf. She And he is one of the greatest peo his Lord three times and then the what counts. The mealy-mouthed,
become desperate and that is the of property is prob- runner. has been sent to Key West for ad- ple who has ever lived. Becausehe cock crew, and he realized he was hate-filled, poison droppers of this
J As result of the rising costs of indication. wrong, and repented and received '

reason for this legislation. ably now ten. a was basically true to God, and world may who knows, have difficulty -
I MAY 4 In a letter to Gover- If income and expenditures con- paper and supplies, the Florida allowed God's call to sift down such a measure of God'sgrace in seeing the King in His
nor Milton, Governor Shorter of tinue the same for the remainder Sentinel announces that it is increasing into his heart and mind and to that, he and his companions beauty in the world to come,
Alabama says that he did not con- of the year, the Tallahassee paper advertising charges $1.00 Card Of ThanksWe use his strength and his daring startled the known world by for the crowds and throngs who
vene his state legislature on the i thinks that the Confederate debt, for each insertion of an ad of no would like to express our and his mistakes and all, St. Pet- speaking the truth. Speaking the i shall be there shall make it dif-
matter of cotton planting but instead as of December 31, 1863, will be more than 10 lines. It is continu- heartfelt appreciation to each : er won the crown. truth has its worldly dangers, St. ficult for them to see until theyor
( Peter himself was crucified, but
"addressed a circular letter at least $1,300,000,000. ing subscription rates at $2.00 per and everyone for their thought- Now somewhere the devil has ( we) shall be invited higher.
to the planters which The Savannah Republican hasa annum. The publisher says he hasa fulness in anyway to us during insinuated the idea around that St. Peter was right enough for When do you think the invitationwill
has had a good effect, and if the news item on Mr. M. Leonardyand supply of paper to last for the recent illness and bereave- to follow God and the teaching of the Church through all time to come?
seasons are propitious our sup- his family of St. Augustine about 15 to 18 months and will ment in the pasisng of our hus- the Lord's Christ one must be as
ply of cereals will be ample." He who were banished from their continue to publish a two-page band and father. The prayers, inspired as possible, spiritless,
agrees with Milton that the Con- home "for the crime of having paper as long as possible. flowers visits memorial gifts spineless, and always careful to
federate Congress should take action sons in the Confederate service." Florida newspapers are ques- and cards meant more to us than instruct one's neighbor in the use
to prevent blockade running The family first went to Lake tioning the constitutionality of we can say. of language. The real blasphemy THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
except with articles necessary for City and then to Jacksonville, and the recently enacted conscript law. Sincerely, against God is not always of the
I the army. from there to Beaufort South One says that the country is ac- :Mrs. Branch HunterMr. spoken variety. I rather suspect Veneer-One or Two Baths.
MAY 5 The Madison Jefferson Carolina where they were living quiesing in it only to save "our and Mrs. G. R. HunterMr. that Jesus would have us either
I and Leon County Com- until last week. They have now army from being literally overwhelmed I and Mrs. Jason Kennon hot or cold. The lukewarm gim- FHA or CONVENTIONAL
missioners are meeting in Talla- been sent through the lines and and,Richmond from falling let eyed self-righteous person was
hassee. They have agreed to the are in Savannah. into the hands of the enemy." an especial abomination to the FinancingSMALL
following monetary valuations K Tallahassee newspaper reports Conscripts do have rights Card Of ThanksWe Lord. DOWN PAYMENT
"Land first quality, $17; second ,that food prices in the Southare "which no man dare invade; The real blasphemy against Godis
would like to take this
I $12; third $8; fourth, $3 fifth $1. declining. In Savannah rice rights secured by the Constitu- to thanks opportunity to poor-mouth around about Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
f tion, by the law itself and by pop- express our how unjust your lot is, to look
ular opinion." In Florida recently and appreciation to our many askance at uyor neighbor and it SELECT YOURS NOW
friends for the flowers, food,
SEE :ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR these rights, it is reported were often involves nothing more stren- Contact
violated. "Men were hunted down cards, visits prayers and other uous than the lifting of an eyebrow -
BUILDING NEEDS expressions of sympathy. They ,, or the tone of a remark.
decoyed by blowing a horn, surprised ,
and dragged off barefoot were a great comfort to us. The words may be lily-pure andas W. G. MULLINSPhone
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Branch Hunter, Charles Greene, Welfare Nelson Attends Conference State Mrs. Jenkins, 78, CD Coordinator Address' Rotary. On Welfare Role I


Noted Naturalist Funeral ServicesFuneral Donald L. Nelson District Welfare Funeral ServicesFuneral Jack H. Fry of Jacksonville clothing. It is estimated that each Fry stated that those counties
I Director was in West Palm Civil Defense Co-ordinator for the man's wardrobe can clothe two participating in this program

services for Charles Beach, April 24-26 attending the services for Mrs. Gillie State Department of Public Welfare other men. Each woman's ward- have an additional thirty to sixty

I Succumbs At 81 Mason Greene 21, of Tampa were annual State Conference of So- Jenkins of 301 Shelby Street spoke to the Rotary Club robe can clothe two other wom- days supply of food on hand

conducted In the McAlpin Advent cial Welfare. were conducted Sunday in the Monday on "The Role Of The en. Each child's wardrobe can This food can not be brought to

Branch Hunter distinguished Christian Church with the Rev. Nelson said that approximately O'Brien Baptist Church with Rev.J. Welfare Worker In Civil Defense". clother lye children. In such a the county and stored unless the ,

naturalist and descendant of Fred Lawrence officiating. He 300 persons from public and W. Baillie and Rev. W. A. An- Fry brought with him to his i disaster it will be up to each county is participating in the

Theophilius Hunter Colonial Of- was buried in the McAlpin Cemetery private social welfare agencies in derson officiating. She was buriedin present job many years of train- : man to help his neighbor by shar- program to feed its indigents

ficer of the Revolutionary War Florida convened at the Pennsyl- the O'Brien Cemetery.Mrs. ing in diversified fields, in one ing clothes. The county must underwrite the

passed away in Brooks County :Mr. Greene died Friday in the vania Hotel to share mutual areas Jenkins 78, died on Fri- of which he served as assistant 4. Emergency social services cost of warehousing the lood.

Hospital in Quitman. Ga.. on Ap Arcadia Hospital in Arcadia following of concern relating to social day. She was a lifetime residentof director of surplus commoditiesfor assistance to those in financial transportation costs, and salary

ril 21 after an illness of over two a lengthy illness. problems in the state. Suwannee County and the wife the State of Florida. In this difficulty, those needing trans- for personnel certifying eligibility -

months. I He was a member of the Dow- Nelson participated in one of of the late Frank Jenkins. position, it was his job to relieve portation, to the aged, to the orphaned for receipt of food.
Born in Wewahitchka. Fla., Mr. the institutes at the conferenceon When and if such an emergency
ling Park Advent Christian She was a member of the hardship where disaster struck etc.
Hunter would have been 82 on Church.Mr. a panel discussing social services Friendship Baptist Church. which might be called "due to theelements" 5. Emergency registration and should arise, the trained welfare

his next birthday May 8. Greene is survived by his now being provided to cli- Mrs. Jenkins is survived by or "an act of God". inquiry locating the living and worker will be immediately available -

Mr. Hunter had served as parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eustis ents by social welfare agencies in three daughter Mrs. Estelle Wellsof In Civil Defense all welfare the dead, advising survivors; and to requisition food stuffs and

treasurer of the Quitman Metho- Greene of Tampa; Mrs. Maggie Florida. Other institutes included -I. Pensacola, Mrs. Mertie Adkinson workers are naturally Civil Defense placement agency. direct the activities of restoring:

dist Church for 33 years and was Greene of McAlpin, his paternal marriage counseling social and of Auburndale and Mrs. Nel- officers. This is especiallytrue 15 Counties Participate order to the community.. .

honored by the Official Board of grandmother and Mrs. Mattie vocational rehabilitation, and lie Richards of Tampa; two sons, in small communities where About 15 counties are now par-

that church upon his retirement Gray of Live Oak, his maternal working with emotionally disturbed C. L. Jenkins of Tampa, and the welfare workers are amongits ticipating in the warehousing of The 235.000 tons of steel sure

January 1. 1963. He became a grandmother. children. Leonard Jenkins of Live Oak; two very few in the communitywho food locally. Among them are used to make bed spring in the

member of the Methodist Church Suwannee Funeral Home was A highlight of the conferencewas brothers Frank Bonds of Jack- have been especially trainedto Dixie Taylor, Santa Rosa and United States test year would go

hi Wewahitchka in 1909 wherehe in charge., the banquet held Thursday sonville and James T. Bonds of co-ordinate and handle this Leon Counties. Last fiscal year around the earth 84 times in the

also served as church treasurer. 0 evening at which time Dr. Don Live Oak. type of disaster which is man 46 million pounds of food came orbits used by the astronauts.

Chief Policemen EUinger Member of the Study She had 24 grandchildren and made. into the state of which 85 per
He served as Scoutmaster for Program Office of Attorney General 11 great-grandchildren. Civil Defense Services cent went to schools, state penal

10 years and Sunday School Attend FBI Class Robert Kennedy, spoke on Active pallbearers were C. H. Fry noted that Civil Defensecan institutions, mental hospitals and USE

teacher.Mr. Police Chief Elwood Howard, the National Service Program, Whitfield, T. J. Fletcher, George be divided into five main orphanages.It .
Hunter moved to Marion accompanied by City Policemen Peace Corps. Radford Jim Blocker, Broward services: is stock piled in these loca-

Junction Ala., where he kept bees James Allison and Dewitt Staats Truluck and Oscar Puryear. 1. Emergency feeding mass tions, but the stocked food is rotated FUCO

before going on to Oregon and last week attended a seminar on Mrs.\ Harrell 82 Honorary pallbearers were T. feeding in a central area and so that parishable foods

Propsy Alberta Canada. He also bank robbery at the FBI schoolin ; J. Fletcher Sr., Melvin Lee, Grover distribution of food to hotels and such as corn meal, rice, flour, Brand

operated a bee yard at Bloody Jacksonville. Fort, J. W. Vann, E. S. Palmer motels to feed travelers. beans, and others, will not go bad

Bluff on the Apalachicola River. Howard said the four-hour class Funeral ServicesFuneral and Bill Bonds. 2. Emergency lodging not before being used. Canned foods

Mr. Hunter was known all over used a simulated bank robberyto Suwannee Funeral Home was to be confused with fall-out shel- such as peanut butter, meats, and InsecticideFOR

the United States as an authority point out such factors as proper services for Mrs. Serena in charge. ters, but lodging for travelers or lard, last much longer.

in bee culture. burglar alarms and safety con- Harrell of Live Oak were those whose homes are inade- The remaining 15 per cent is

For several years he camped in ditions. A number of bankers as conducted Sunday in the Suwannee quate. utilized in a program of "direct

the swamp near his Florida home well as policemen attended the Funeral Home Chapel with Cement 3. Emergency clothing to distribution of foods to needy BEST RESULTS
Imports
keeping bees. The year before he class, he said. Rev. Johnnie Hutcherson, pastor replace contaminated and ruined households",
.. .
moved from Florida his bees u -
The group was also treated to of the Antioch Baptist lnurcn.officiating. --
made more than 34,000 pounds of a dinner at the expense of the She was buried in Through Florida

honey.Mr. seminar's sponsors. the City Cemetery.Mrs. MHYA
Hunter moved to Quitmanin Harrell 82 died Fridayin
,
Harbors Is Down I
1921 where he became a rural the Quitman Methodist Churchon the Suwannee County Hospital OPPOHrtJAJuG

mail carrier. The Hunters homeis Tuesday April 23 at 4 pm. following a lengthy illness.
at 1110 N. Court St. Mrs. Importation of cement through
with the Rev. C. E. Cariker assisted Mrs. Harrell was born in Geor- .
Hunter the former Estey Peeples by Rev. H. G. Shearhouse, gia and has lived in Suwannee Florida ports from foreign lands
Ward, survives her husband. They of Valdosta and Rev. L. D. Ship- County for the past 51 years. She amounted to 434,000 barrels last For Sale-Real Estate 9 FOR SALE
were married in January 1930. Ga. officiat year the Florida State Chamberof LITTLE ADS
pey of Statesboro, is a member of the Baptist Faith.
Mr. Hunter is survived by one i She is survived by one daughter Commerce pointed out in its FOR SALE Two bedroom block FOR SALE All sizes of tarpaulins -

daughter Mrs. Jason Kennon of ing.Active pallbearers were Evans Mrs. L. L. Malloy of Jack- Weekly Business Review. BIG RESULTS house in Pinewood Sub-Divis- guaranteed not to leak.
Live Oak Gerald "This quantity is slightly below ion. Low and Ottis Brown Motors. tf
; one son R. Plowden, David Ramsey W. O. sonville; five sons, J. A. Har- monthly payments cge
Hunter of Thomasville: and six Jack- the 1961 figure while nationally small equity. Contact Joe Brin-
Clement C. M. King, Jesse rell of Hialeah, Austin Harrell of BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever FOR SALE-New and used plan.
grandchildren Tom and Branch there was a 59 per cent son. nc tf
son, and Warde Chambers.The Live Oak, Harry Harrell of Lees-
Kennon of Live Oak, Frank Stewardsof gain in cement import volume" the purpose, you will os. Frier Music Co., North Ofeic
Harshaw of and Official Board of burg, Zell Harrell of Lake City, the stated. find Democrat classifieds do FOR SALE 100 ft. frontage on Ave., Live Oak, 362-2188.
Gainesville Ger- report
ald Jr., Susan, and Jamie Hunter the Methodist Church were and J. N. Harrell of Tallahassee; Belgium supplies about half the job quickly and welL Hwy 90,1 mile west of city limits cge tf
and brother Fewox of
honorary pallbearers. one Carey - several large trees.
of Thomasville. Mr. the cement imported into Florida pecan
Hunter's Funeral Homeof FOR SALE 16 ft. Over-nighter
.
Maxwell & Eason Mulberry.Mrs. -
only other living relative is Dr. and Colombia about onefourth.Last DEADLINE FOR INSERTION: O. J. Rose, Rt. 1 Box 244 Live 35 hp Evinrude Lark motor.
Quitman was in charge. Harrell had 22 grandchil- Oak. pbbe 49-52
James Hardin Hunter a nephew Attending the funeral from dren and 45 greatgrandchildren.Active year Sweden and the United 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays electric starter, and trailer. See

of Kalamazoo Mich. Live Oak were Mr. and Mrs. Roy pallbearers were Jimmie Kingdom shipped more to Florida LOW RATE FOR RESULTS FOR SALE Three bedroom and make offer. 2 miles east

Funeral services were held at Hunter, Rev. and Mrs. Spivey Harrell, Perry B. Harrell Junior than formerly at the expense of 2Vi cents per word, with a brick home, tile bath carport, Mayo at Bay Oil Co. plant. Call

Brabham Mrs. Bill Stewart, Mrs. Harrell, Layzell Harrell Barney West Germany and Poland. Japan minimum(All classifieds 4f 75l.must be paidIn natural gas heating hot water '794-4351 Mayo. cbbe 48-51

Claude Crapps m, Mrs. Claude Harrell, Yayzell Harrell, Barney is traditionally a strong sup- advance. heater, Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt.
plier but fell off little last FOR SALE Herd bull, 1 cow
a
Mrs. C. F. Burnette, year. ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776-
Crapps II, Fewox, and W. R. Fewox.
l4 _..I' I .,..rW "Consumption in Florida of cements ONE WEEK FREE with bull calf, 3 heifers all
( Mrs. Donald Burch, Mr. and Mrs. Suwannee Funeral Home was 2505. pbbe 49-52
made in Florida in other Classifieds ordered for four registered Polled Herefords. T.
1w Jim Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin in charge.
states and Puerto Rico reached weeks, run the last week free. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house one A. Rowand & Son Call 362-
ants Phillips, Mrs. Dave McNeill, $2.25 will pay for a 30 word
1Q\ 11,131,000 barrels (376 pounds and a half baths on BlackburnAve. 2360. pbbe 48-52
Reggie McNeill, Warren Tedder advertisement for four weeks.
,.. Box Wins Annual each) last year, ranking the state Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Inquire at Wilson's Gro-
1 Mrs. G. B. Ross, Mrs. J. O. Can-
controlle non, Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, Mr. eighth in this respect. This volume for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. cery, Mayo Road, Live Oak, Fla. IF YOU HAVE GUM, HICKORY -
was-off-5 per cent from 1951 cge tf CYPRESS OR OTHER
ft and Mrs. Harold Wolfe Mr. and ContestGene
Speaking while national consumption was HARDWOOD TIMBER FOR
Mrs. H. B. Wooley Mrs. W. A.
call FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between -
up 4 per cent. SALE CALL H. C. CROSS &
Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Box senior at Suwannee Dr. B. E. Daniel's office
"An additional amount
of 1- SONS AT 362-2079 FOR TOP
Pittman, Miss Becky Pittman, High School was named winnerof and A & W Root Beer Stand,
Miss Evelyn Creekmore Mrs. 155,000 barrels of special masonry VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. PRICES. pdjj 50-2
the Suwannee River Soil Con- 40 ft frontage 137 foot deep,
about
cements the in
same as Machine machineless. and cold
George Allison, Mrs. L. M. CrewsSr. servation District's annual $8000. cge tf
Speak-
for the
sake of your home 1961 was used in Florida in 1962.
., and Mrs. Alex McKeithen. ing Contest. Box received a $15 wave permanents given. Ope- FOR SALE One year old pedi-
"Total cement consumption in rators Annie H. Mills, Myr- FOR SALE Three bedroom, 1'/2 registered male Dachshunddog
cash award and the right to gree
rep- the state reached a peak of almost John- ,
tice Croft, and Frances bath house. Large lot in Lib $40. Unable to keep on
resent the District in the Area
14 million barrels in 1959! son. Phone 3621831. cge tf erty Heights. For informationcall
U. of Fla. See Mrs.
Contest to be held at Lake City campus.
when the construction
industrywas 362-1437. cbbe 51-1
63 COMET Friday May 10. Second place anda at its height." Douglass High School parents and Roy L. Sullivan rear apart-
$10 cash award went to another patrons are urged to join their FOR SALE =. 6.6 acres of land ment, 211 Parshley St. pge 51

Suwannee High senior Stanley P-TA now. We need your help. on Suwannee River. 330 ft. FOR SALE: Three used refrigerators -

SlClRii Saunders. Jerry Floyd of the Mc- SWIMMING, CLIMBING BIRDA Call J. L. Bevell principal 362- bordering on the river 4 acres two electric one gas.
PRICED m Alpin School was the third place South American river bird 1192. cge tf bulldozed. 5-room, 2-bedroom Phone 362-1148. pbbe 51-2
winner and received $5. called the hoatzin climbs and block house, carport and utility -
The subject used by all con- swims better than it flies, the Septic tank and drain field room. Deep well, electricity FOR SALE 1967 36 ft. house

r testants was "The DevelopmentOf National Geograhpic Magazinesays. cleaning. Suwannee, Madison, barn, telephone. All fenced and trailer in excellent condition.

Resources Through Small Claw-tipped wings enable and Hamilton Counties. Call J. cross fenced. W. A. Lisle. Rt. 5, Has two bedrooms and bath-

: Watersheds". Judges for the the young to scramble through W. Darby Jasper after 6 pjn. Box 960, Live Oak, room with tub and shower. Can
tf
cajj
event were A. P. Nott of the First underbrush. When threatened, Fla.paah 51 be financed for only $280 down

National Bank, and R. M. Chandler they dive into water and eccape LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With and $45 a month. Large discount -
Prices On This Fine State Highway Department by swimming. Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. FOR SALE Three bedroom for cash. See at Morgan's
engineer of Branford. Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 house 1% baths. Only 4 years Trailer Park. pih 51
Car Are Lower ThanYou'd Supervisor L. B. Roberson rep- old. Call 362-2554 or come see
resented the District at the con- J'MACK'S S at 325 Lee St., NE. pajj 51 FOR SALE Small Engine Sales
.
Expect \ 7t FARMERS: It takes money to and Service. Lawn mower service -
test.The make money. See your coopera- and
regular (School Supplies at McCrimon's parts. Farm-ette and
monthly meetingof tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. )
the Board of Supervisors for SPORT Terms up to 7 years. See Economy Lawn and Garden
DURING MERCURY SAVINGS TIME Florida Production Credit tractors. Prices from $399. Electric -
the Suwannee River Soil Conser- -- North FOR
vation District is to be held at 3 SHOP I..g Association. S. Ohio Ave., RENTFOR Service Co., 90S 5th st.
Live Oak Florida Phone3623051.
362-2588 pbbe 51-2
pjn. Friday May 3, according to
VISIT 1.04RA Chairman J. Dan Ross. The meet 362-1305 cajj tf RENT Six room furnished WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCT

TUFF MOTOR COMPANYE. ing will be held at the Soil Con- "-. house newly decorated, con- Watkins Quality Products
THIS WEEK'S WOULD LIKE TO borrow money.If veniently located. 213 N. Walker Tra-
servation Office in the
HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-1112 County ditional in America since 1868
you are interested in lending Ave. Call Mrs. Phil TownsendSr.
Agricultural Building. SPECIALS- $40,000 at 8% interest for a per- ., 362-1074. cge tf are brought to you exclusivelyby

SPIN CAST iod of 10 years to put in a drive- your Watkins Dealer. For
Rod & Reel in eating place between Dr. FOR RENT Unfurnished two prompt service call or come

IT PAYS TO SAVE WHERE SAVING PAYS $17.95 Value Daniel's office and the A & W house.bedroom Phone house 362-2565.also one small by Phone Mrs.362-1883 Willard Brannon's 485 BarclaySt. at

Rootbeer Stand, write to P. O.
$10.95 pbbe 49-52 ., SW. Live Oak. pbbe 51-2
Box 209. Live Oak. Fla. Can put

FIRST FEDERALof 21 INCH up adequate land as security. FOR RENT: Large clean, furn- FOR SALE 14 ft. Lyman lap-

Lawn Mower ceeb-50-1 ished apartment, 2 private en- strake fiberglass boat 25 horse

LAWN MOWER SERVICE CallB. trances, screened back porch. electric Evinrude motor, like
$49.95
A. Driver. 362-3051 or 362- Phone 362-2441. cge tf new. Phone 776-2490. Best of-
Live THIS WEEK ONLY 1086. 51-2 fer. pge 51
Oak pbbe FOR RENT: Unfurnished apartment -

$40 per month available
Invites you to open an account today, a savings account that will continue e For SaleAutomotiveFOR May 1. Front apartment down- WORK WANTEDFOR

to earn for you. Se stairs, conveniently located. Call
CflESCRIPT'ONREMEMBER 362-2527. caej 50-51 TREE WORK of all kinds
SALE 470 GMC tractor
REMEMBER-Any account of $5.00 or more earns dividends paid demossing. pruning, take down
semi-annually at June 30 and Dec. 31. and 24 ft. single axle trailer FOR RENT Furnished front call phone 794-3096 or write
with stake side bodies. Pricedto
bedroom and connecting bed- Preston Brock, Mayo. Fla.
And your money is always available when you need it. sell. See 2 miles east of Mayoat room if desired. Use of adjoining pcjj 49-51
Bay Oil Co. plant or call
carport. Also, extra
large
SAVE NOW-LET YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU. '794-4351 Mayo. cbbe 48-51 back room furnished. Conveniently REPAIRS CONTRACTING Res.

located. Phone 362-2118, Com. Phone 362-1081, Free Estimates -

1 HELP WANTED 310 N. Shelby St. pge 51 day or night service,
CURRENT ot licensed work guaranteed. E. C.

4 WANTED Short order cook, FOR RENT Downstairs furn- Faulkner, Plumber pbbe 50-1
14,0
DIVIDEND good salary. Apply A & W DriveIn. ished apartment, clean and

cge tf comfortable with large .screened Motor Rewinding
front porch. Private en-
WILSON AUTO PARTS needs individual trances. Call 362-2164 or 362-
male or female for 1295. cge tf Repairs and Rewixtdi&g
FIRST FEDERAL When Your Doctor Prescribes Any Kind Electric
Motor
part time card, clerk. Apply toperson
Your Also Sales and Servtee
O.
Monday, or write P.
:: SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PRESCRIPTIONIs Box 655, Live Oak for application BASEBALLIS CALL

*:1111111'rr.' I f 305 East Howard St. Phone 362-3433. In Good Hands At cge tf &tcCu Telephone lens Electric Meter Repair

LIVE OAK FLORIDA BETTER OVER Day 362-3278
It. KJLTUHEN HELP WANTED
HUNTER
S1SERvmG THE HEART OP THE SUWANNEE RIVER VALLEY- -HIcbt 392-atlg
MEMBERS REXALL DRUGSJOHN White or colored. Apply In per- CABLE TV 217 E. Reward 8t

Federal Home Loan Bank System Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation son. Parker's 'Drive In. 968 N. Hunter Bres. BafldtegPAGE

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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PAGE FIVE. '


several days here with her par- 8% of SEA of Section 15, Judge of Suwannee County PiorMa 011
1' Miss Ramona Faye Jackson Township 4 South Range 15 East; Tuesday. May 21, 1963. for approval e f
(9-1 g/ liltedfit. ents, Dr. and ,Mrs. R. L. Brink- You and each of you are hereby an- the same and for discharge as Surviving
J : man and at Daytona Beach. Cov- erally notified that Jacob E. Blanton and Executor of the said Estate: tt
his wife. Jewell P. Blanton. filed their an accounting to the Cert was wad
l ey Brinkman left Friday to return sworn Complaint in the Circuit Court of by the Testator In and by fete
to the University of Flor- Suwannee County, Florida against you and no accounting will be male. U the
and each of Defendants seeking made to the ...
you as Court, but has been
ida in Gainesville after spending
to quiet the title of the Plaintiffs to the terested parties.
OMESNCLARA the semester break here with his above described real property located in 8/ D. s. WARD
-, Suwannee County, Florida. Surviving Executor ef tWe
parents. : Yon are further hereby notified that Estate of W. A. Ward
tiHr Keith Scott of Savannah Ga. I the return day of this Notice to Defend 49-52
re after is May 25, 1963. and yon shall on said
WADSWORTH Editor returned home Sunday date serve a copy of your defense if any IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURTIN
Society
S.
spending several days here with upon Alfred T. Airth, Attorney for Plaintiffs AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
whose address is P. O. Box 427
relatives. He was accompanied by Live Oak, Florida, and immediately FLORIDA.PROBATE JURISDICTION.IN .
Carole Lee. To Star Carter To Receive his grandmothers, Mrs. Rudolph thereafter file the original of same in RE: The Estate of
F the office of the Clerk of the Circuit WALTER L GARNER.
Scott and Mrs. William F. Nob-
Court of the above styled Court; other- deceased.
1 In Prominent Play Church Music DegreeArthur les, who will spend this week wise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered Notice Of Filing Petition For Final

r Miss Carole Lee of Folkston, H. Carter, son of Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scott. against yon. Discharge Of Administratrix
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
i Ga., daughter of Robert Lee of and Mrs. Russell Carter of Jack- Miss Elizabeth Ball Mrs. Alex Judges of the Third Judicial Circuit Notice is hereby given that I have
Live Oak is cast in the starring sonville, will receive the Bachelorof KN. z A2'z 1111b McKeithen, and Mrs. Nellie of Florida, as well as the Clerk of filed my final returns as admteietratttx
the Circuit Court, all on the 19th day of the estate of Walter L Gener. deceased
i role of a noted play. The play, Church Music degree from y Brown of Lake City attended the of April. 1963. ; that I have fifed my .etMM
"Young As You Look", authored Southwestern Baptist Theological 4 _; Florida Library Association meeting LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS for final discharge and that I w4M apply .
r __ Clerk of Circuit Court to the Hon. Reece Brow Oa**ti
by Peter Seller will appear at the Seminary. Mrs. Carter is the s Nrz in Clearwater last week. Suwannee County. Florida Judge of Suwannee County, Ptortta.' *n
Woman's Club Theatre of Chevy former Fredna Haas of McAlpin. ? ,, By Geraldine M. Gamble, Monday, May 6th, 1963. for an.rl elf
D.C. the same and for final discharge M ad
Chase, Md.. on April 29. Carter is now serving as interim PUBLIC NOTICESIN 60-1 ministratrix of the estate of Walter I.

Carole is a student at the Minister of Music at the First \ w S 4 rfJr A COURT, THIRD Garner deceased.
4Ay. THE CIRCUIT
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, April 8th. 1963.
Greet Academy of Drama in Baptist Church of Lake Worth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. VERA K. GARNER
Washington D. C. She is employed Tex. 6. SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN Administratrix of the eefcto .t
by the registrar's office at JACK HOOD, Plaintiff RE: The ANNIE Estate LAURIE of LONG 48-52 Walter I. Garner ........

Georgetown University in Wash- N YS- Deceased
Oak Hill Church To ALYNE HOOD, NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATIONTO
ington. A J w'k Defendant. All WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
creditors of the Estate of Annie
Observe NOTICE Laurie Long deceased, are hereby notified Notice is hereby given of M.....
HomecomingThe : TO: ALYNE HOOD and required to file any claims or to apply to the 196S Ie.... of tie
Address Unknown.You Florida Legislature for the pios..u sit
Oak Hill Free Will Bap- demand which they may have against
Birth Announcement zlw are hereby notified that a Com- said estate in the office of the County an act authorizing the Board of .....'
tist Church will observe home- plaint for Divorce has been filed against Judge of Suwannee County. Florida, in Commissioners of & wa.... c..Ir.
A/1C and Mrs. Adrian Weston coming Sunday with a picnic Y'r y you and yOU are required to serve a copy the Court House at Live Oak Florida, Florida, to convey lands that at* a
of your answer or other pleadings to assessed to an individual vmr dIM
of within sic calendar
Jernigan announce the birth (6) months from the
lunch to be served at noon. ,, Attor- ...
4 the Complaint on the Plaintiff's date of the first publication of this have been carried OB entreat tx v
their second child, a daughter, on The Rev. Norman, pastor of thechurc1J ney G. A. Bate Jr., Lake City Florida notice. Each demand or claim must be in the name of an indi.w..l owair ilea
April 16 in St. Mary's_ Hospital in invites all members 3 ,ta ya and file the original answer or other filed in duplicate, in writing, and must the past nineteen (19) years to Mfth
of the Clerk of
pleadings in the office state the place of residence and post individual owner or his aim a Wftm
f Reno Nev. I former members, and friends to the Circuit Court on or before the 24th office address of the claimant and must the payment of all unpaid tars to sail l
She has been named Claudia n- day of May 1963. If you fail to do so. be sworn to by the claimant his agent land or such sum as may be agreed bin
attend these all days services.
judgment by default will be taken againstyou lien thereof.
or his attorney or it will become void
4'x
Grace Jernigan.Mrs. for the relief demanded in the according to law. This 30th day of May 19U.
Jernigan is the former Complaint. GEORGE L LONGAdministrator (SEAL)
McAlpin P-TA To MeetThe DONE and ORDERED at Lire Oak LavaBghn A. Gtseioas. Cletfc
Miss Linda Gail Kirby, daughterof Florida this 20th day of April. un Board of Gusty c.---fI
50-1
Mr. and Airs. Raymond Jackson of Route Five, Live Oak an-
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kirby of McAlpin P-TA will meet LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS Suwannee County, Florid

this city. The paternal grand- Tuesday evening at 8 pjn. at the nounce the engagement and approaching: marriage of their daughter Clerk Suwannee of Circuit County Court Florida IN AND THE FOR COUNTY SUWANNEE JUDGE'S COUNTY.COURT.IN 61

? parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. school for their regular monthly Ramona Faye, to A/3C Albert Edward Smith, U.S.A.F., son of By: Lavaughn A. Sessions FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN

1 Jernigan also of Live Oak. meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Smith of Branford. (Circuit Court Clerk.Seal) RE: The Estate of RENEW YOUR
W. A.
Superintendent of Schools Everett Miss Jackson graduated from Suwannee High School in 1960 G. A. BUIE. JR. Deceased.WARD. DRIVERS LICENSES

Birth Announcement Williamson will be presentto and from North Florida Junior College in Madison in 1962. Lake Columbia City.County Florida Courthouse Notice Of Of Application Of Executor Final Discharge DURING THE MONTH

discuss matters pertaining to Mr. Smith graduated from Branford High School in 1958.A Attorney for Plaintiff Notice is Surviving hereby given that I have i OF YOUR BIRTHDAY
Mr. Mrs. J. D. Cameron of SO-1
and
the school. filed
my petition for a discharge as REECE BROWN
Orlando announce the 'birth of June wedding is planned. Surviving Executor of the Estate of W.
I
All parents are urged to attend IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD COUNTY JUDGE
A. Ward deceased that I will applyto
a son Saturday, April 20, in the this meeting. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR. the Honorable Reece; Brown County
I Orange Memorial Hospital in Or- Here And There SUWANNEE IN CHANCERY.COUNTY FLORIDA.

lando.He JACOB E. BLANTON and his wife
has been named John Wes- Birth Announcement JEWELL P. BLANTON

ley .Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scott of Mrs. Gwen Smith Mrs. Mar- Mrs. Riely Hutcherson of Live Plaintiffs.Vs. DINE AND DANCE

Mrs. Cameron is the former Savannah, Ga., announce the garet Sanderson, and Mrs. Bada Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Foster J. T. G. CRAWFORD and FRANCIS

Miss Ruthie Gill, daughter of birth of a daughter Wednesday, Ferrara of Fort Lauderdale spent Bennett of Jacksonville spent the IRSCH and HENRY E.Defendants.ELLIS Trustees NIGHTLY

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. GUI "of Live April 24, in the Candler-Telfair several days recently with Mr. and week end with Mr. and Mrs. Lou- NOTICE TO DEFEND BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT
ie Howell. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Ferrarais
Oak. Hospital in Savannah.She Mrs. J. W. Baillie. Mrs.
Francis Inch and Henry E. Ellis, if
has been named. Mary Kay the sister of Mrs. Baillie. Mrs. Hilda Hunter of Jackson- said Defendants are living and if said Admission: $2.00 Couple On FridayNO

1 1i Scott. Mrs. J. W. Baillie visited her ville spent the week end with spouses Defendants heirs are devisees deceased grantees the unknown, credi- :MINORS PLEASE .

i FOR YOUR The maternal grandmother is daughter Mrs. Betty Janny, in Mrs. P. J. Umpstead.Mr. tors or other parties claiming by
Mrs. William F. Nobles of Fal- St. Petersburg last week end. and Mrs. George Yates of through under or against such deceased
J TREE TRIMMING & Defendants if alive and if dead their LITTLE HICKORYFormerly
mouth and the paternal grand- Mrs. Baillie also visited Rev. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. unknown heirs devisees legatees or
TREE REMOVAL parents are Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Baillie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lawson Sunday. grantees; and all parties having or
claiming to have any right title, or interest Country Kitchen
r TRENCHING OR Scott of Live Oak. R. J. Elfers. Jack White spent Thursdayand in the property herein described,
f. DITCHING Mrs. C. S. Parker visited her Friday in Thomasville serving to-wit: I Madison, Florida
FEET .. 0 .. The NEU of the SEU ani the
ACHE ITCH? parents Mr. and Mrs. Troy Peel, on the float evaluation panel .
CALL U of all your bones are in the feet. No
:Mr. Parker's Mr. and for the Thomasville Rose Show. I Io
i wonder they ache, swell perspire, itch. and parents,
Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L Solu- Mrs. Bill Parker, in Odessa, last Mrs. Jack White is in Mobile,

FloodConstruction plus tion for ligaments.relief of Curbs the 52 athlete's bones 66 foot joints, too week. Ala., guest of her son-in-law and WHEN IT'S WORK CLOTHES YOU WANT. .

Co. (sloughs off infection watch healthy Rev. and Mrs. D. O. Aldermanof daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
skin replace it) or your 48c back at any Tallahassee spent Thursday DeSalvo. En route home Mrs. \
drug store if not pleased IN ONE HOUR.
t 362-2101 TODAY at LIVE OAK DRUG CO.: evening with Rev. and Mrs. J. White will serve on the Wards SHOP WORTH'S SURPRISE STORE

II ... ___..,_______ .. DRUG KAYO'S in DRUG Jasper.in Jasper; and WISE'S W. Baillie. panel for the Pensacola Spring
Miss Donna Chastain of Jack- Flower Show.

sonville spent the week end with Dr. George Anderson, Df. HEADQUARTERS FOR. "
;' Miss Sinka Koff and attended the George Stubbs, and Dr. John
Junior-Senior Prom. Stage, all from Riverside Hospi-

I SAFETY Miss Susan Culpepper of Pa- tal in Jacksonville, spent the SPRING-WEIGHT! COMFORTABLE

RILl A.NCePEtlfOtu latka visited here over the week week end at the mouth of the

end and was escorted to the Jun- Suwannee River with Philip Grif-

t ior-Senior Prom by David Mor- fin and C. P. Huffman, along

with Mr. Huffman's friend, Low-

DURABILITY gan.Among those spending Sundayat ell Muldrow from Darlington S.

Jacksonville Beach were Billy C.Miss
Jackson Riette Ross, Elaine Susan Brinkman studentat

Dennis, Elsie Williams, Sammy Florida State University at -

You gef'em all : Burnette, Gail Wynn, James Mc- Tallahassee has been spending ter'F. KHAKI

Cullers, Caroline Hart, Johnny
,.. .
in the Clayton, Bobbie Brabham, Milton : ,:: MATCHED : GREY
i Paul Sumrell, Jo Reese, Steve I LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
Eargle Dawne McKeithen, Sinka :t TWILL SETS 'e GREEN

Koff, George Dempsey Diane
Johnson Winton Williams Alice Small or Large Areas

Bird, Everette James Jon Burch, CALL J: PANTS

Tommy Miller George McKeithen ,

i and Jan Beck. H. G. TURNERNight ,. ; bQ :g..,.. SIZES

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Deese # j;

SNAPPER and daughter. Sherry, of Talla- 963-2751 r 28 to 60

hassee spent the week end with Day 963-2373
Best work clothes
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans. or writeP. ''
value money can
i COMET Carl Jones of Crystal River O. Box 475 buy! Heavy duty IN STOCK

spent the week end with his sis- WELLBORN, FLORIDA twill with action

ter, Mrs. J. G. Porter. -- -- -.. :,,: :..:" free comfort! \, RED FOX


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'I 11 Social Security Answers ..--- .. Mayor Suspends Youth's License For Speeding .1

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James Daniel Green Jr., of Live driving. Crawford told the Mayorhe assessed an additional $8 costs
J I (Editor's Note: These questions would have to be stopped. ... Oak lost his driver's licenses in was speeding but his speed- for jail charges since Friday before -
I and answers are compiled by William QUESTION: After I check up I City Court Monday after being ometer was broken and he didn't court on Monday.
I M. Eanes, District Manager on my Social Security account ; j found guilty to speeding out of know how fast he was going. James Dees appeared before the
., for the Social Security Administration I once, how soon can I check again? the city at speeds in excess of The arresting officer said he court and plead guilty to driving t
at Valdosta. Eanes invites ANSWER: You can check your 100 miles per hour. was traveling 50-60 miles per while intoxicated. The Mayor
I of 1 readers to mail their questions account as often as once a yearif Mayor J. Marvin Phillips gave hour in a 35 mile per hour zone, heard testimony from the defen-
t': to him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta, you like. We do not charge for the youth a choice of paying a that he ignored road caution dant and officers and levied the ..
t i I Georgia. Please do not mail your this service. We want everyoneto $30 fine or relinquishing his license signs, that he passed another vehicle minimum penalty provided under
I inquiries to this paper.) check his Social Security record for the 30 day period. Rather in a no passing zone, and the law for DWI of $50 fine and
i i QUESTION: I have worked covered at least once every three years. than pay the fine. Green turn- that he almost struck anothercar suspension of the defendant's
by Social Security for about This is very important if you work \ ed his driver's license over to the in front of Howland's Gro- driver's license for three months.
; 2Y2 years. The work was done off for more than one employer. In police chief. In assessing the Dees was also assessed with $4
cery.Phillips
and on over a long period of years. this way, you can keep up with = penalty, the Mayor noted that fined Crawford $15. jail costs.
f Ii I am 47 years old. I am part-time your record and make sure it is Green had previously been involved Allen Baker, colored appeared "If you drive while your license -
: employed now. In the event of my correct. Remember, if there has in a reckless driving offense before the court charged with Is suspended it carries an
: death, could my husband collect been a mistake made on your record in which he forfeited bond. speeding. After hearing testimony automatic jail sentence," Phil-
I the burial lump sum? How much I II the longer the mistake goes tI The arresting officer testified from the defendant and the arresting lips cautioned Dees.
d I is the lump sum? unnoticed the harder it is to cor I that Green sped out of the A&W officer, the Mayor fined Other cases appearing on the
1 ANSWER: An individual your I : Root Beer Stand, proceeded onto Baker $15 and suspended the court docket included Walter L
i age who dies in 1963 will need rect.QUESTION: My father gets disability State Road 51, and took the New- sentence. Benson, reckless driving forfeited -
r twelve work credits (quarters) or payments from Social Se- bern Road_out of town. The officer Pauline Gros and Annie Lou $25 bond; Robert Dees speed-
I l !t at least lYz years of work in the curity. How long will they con- said he chased Green for Birrian, two colored women, faced ing, forfeited $15 bond; Solomor
I last three years in order for a tinue? approximately four miles at the court and plead guilty to Robinson Jr., colored, disorderly
i iI lump sum death payment to be ANSWER: If he gets over his z speeds over 100 miles per hour fighting across from the Chuck conduct, forfeited $15 bond; W.I-
I made.The smallest lump sum payable disability the payments will be before he caught him. Wagon Restaurant. lie B. Ware colored., lighting
is 120.It may be more depending stopped. If he doesn't, they will lS The officer also noted that his "What were you fighting forfeited $15 bond and $6 costs,
i on the average earnings. continue until he is 65, and then red blinker light was operating about," the Mayor quizzed. and Robert Greene, colored, pub-
1 It can never be more than $255. be converted to monthly retire- 1E during the chase. Green told the "She tried to get me to go. lic drunkenness, fined $15 and $4
i QUESTION: Why is it neces- ment payments. Mayor that he didn't see the po- home" Annie Lou replied.
to notify both the Social Security QUESTION: How can I check liceman behind him. "So you got on the street and
sary i "Yes, sir, Harry I married myself a real little homemaker!" fought it costs.BASEBALL
defendanthe out.
office and the Postoffice my Social Security record? The Mayor told the Phillips retorted.
about my new address? ANSWER: You can ask for a would reduce the suspensionif "All she did was tear my dress
ANSWER: This gives you a self-addressed post card (Form he found a job that requireda and push me back against the
double guarantee that you will get 7004 at your nearest Social Secur- have what may turn out to be a to either office, and they will see driver's license. wall," the Birrian woman said. IS BETTER OVER
your check on time. It allows the ity office to get a record of reported long-time continuing disibility, that; you get the quarterly report Joseph Andrew Crawford of After hearing details of the CABLE TV
Postoffice to send your check to earnings credited to your you should get in touch with the Form 941 that you must use to Lake City appeared before the ruckus, Phillips fined both wom- j
the new address even if we delayin account.A statement of your earn nearest Social Security District report your employees' wages. court on a charge of reckless en $10. The Birrian woman was
getting the address changedon ings cannot be furnished to any- Office as soon as you can. That
your monthly Social Security one except the individual worker office will explain the disability
checks. (yourself) and only when you ask insurance benefit provisions and
QUESTION: My son died last for it over your signature. will tell you how soon your application -
.year in a wreck. He was divorced QUESTION: Is it true. you should be made. 312-C
from his wife. I've been keeping should wait 6 months after you QUESTION: I am buying a small
I his two children since he died and become disabled before inquiring business, and 111 be hiring two
;. get Social Security checks for about Social Security disability employees to work in my business.Do .
them.If my other son adopts these benefits? I have to report their earningsfor
children, will that stop their ANSWER: No. In order to get Social Security purposes?
1 I i checks? disability insurance payments, ANSWER: Yes. Their earnings
i ANSWER. No. They can bet your disability must have lasted have to be reported. You should
adopted by an uncle, aunt, grand1'1 for 6 months or more. But the get in touch with your nearest
parent, or step-parent without papers and forms needed for your Social Security or Internal Revenue -
losing their Social Security pay- application for disability benefitscan Office and ask for Form SS-4
ments. If they were adopted by begin before the 6-month I to get your business identification -
anyone else, the benefit payment waiting period runs out. If you number. Mail this Form SS-4 i

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; Mrs. Frank La Vaughn Johns Woman's Club To Meet I Redbud Circle Met r Live Oak To Host ,

I Friday For LuncheonThe With Mrs. BrowningMrs. i I Ii Conference Maya

Woman's Club of Live 'I E. B. Browning was hostess The Spring Presidents' ConI r-

pp}( "hIi7 Oak will meet Friday at 12:30 ,' to the Redbud Circle of the ence of District Three of the
J WOMEN pjn. at the club house for their Live Oak Garden Club Inc., when Florida Federation of Garden
: regular monthly meeting and they met Tuesday evening, April Clubs will meet at the First
luncheon. 23, with fifteen members present. Methodist Church in Live Oak
There will be a May Day hat The meeting was opened with Thursday May 9, at 10 a. m. A

I ... CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor program and the women are prayer by Mrs.- Lawrence Lee. luncheon will be served at MOIl
__ asked to make their hats. Mrs James Smith gave the at'the Garden Center.
'e Prizes win be given for the treasurer's report. The theme for the 1963-86 administration -
i Miss Vonnie Godbold Weds Mr. McElveenIn 1U k craziest hat, the most originalhat The program consisted of a will be "Gafdeatag
and the hat most com- round table discussion by the Together".
_ Westwood,Baptist Church CeremonyWestwood : plimentary to the outfit. members. State officers attending the

Baptist Church was and wore a,, dress of pink ,chiffon New officers for the club year conference are Mrs. Frank W.
the setting on Saturday, April and a headpiece of pink. She car- are Mrs Phil Townsend Sr., Hewlett president; Mrs. Charles
26, at 7:30 in the evening, for the ried a nosegay of pink mums. Executive Board Met chairman; Mrs. Curtis Harrell, H. Blanchard, first vice president
wedding of Miss Vonnie Adel Calvin Osmond Palmer Jr. At Garden CenterA vice chairman; Mrs. Hugh Lewis, ; Mrs. Carroll O. Griffln.
Godbold daughter of Mr. and served as best man. Lighting the 4 secretary; Mrs. E. B. Browning, second vice president: Mrs. Hu-
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1 called meeting of the Execu-
Mrs. S. G. Godbold of Route 4, candles were Jesse Godbold and treasurer; Mrs. Donald Burch, bert A. Frink, corresponding secretary -
tive Board of the Live Oak Gar-
Lake City and Jimmy Ray Mc- Billy Fortner. program chairman; Mrs. Everett ; and Mrs. J. C. Banaer-
den Club Inc.. was held Wednesday -
Elveen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. The mother of the bride worea Williamson, civic chairman; Mrs.J. man district director.
H. McElveen, of this city. The I blue dress and a white corsage. April 24 at the Garden H. Binkley, Junior Gardener; District Three is comprised of
Rev.. J. W. Baillie officiated at I The mother of the bridegroomwore t* -I IS Center. Mrs. Vernon Bales, publicity; clubs from Carrabelle, Grecnrttte
Plans were made for the Presidents' Miss Nell Bass and Mrs.
Thomas
the double ring ceremony. a beige dress and'an orange : 5El Jasper Live Oak, Madison Men- '
The improvised altar was form- corsage.A Conference of District Musgrove conservation; Mrs. ticello Perry, and Tallahaaee
Three to be held here Thursday, Lawrence Lee and Mrs. S. L. Had- .
ed
by one large candelabra hold- reception was held in the So-
ing lighted tapers and entwined cial Hall of the church followingthe May 9.Four. den Garden Therapy; Mrs. Dave
i new members were voted McNeill and Mrs. Curtis Harrell, PUBLIC DEBT
with glads and mums. ceremony. The bride's table ; :vS
Mrs. Buddy Frier rendered the was covered with a white linen into the club. Mrs. George Dale Flower Show; and Mrs. Mary The public debt stood at $96.4
wedding music as the bride was I cloth. and Miss Bernice Baker were Miller and Mrs. N. P. Brannon, billion last November 30, according
( xr voted into the Camellia Circle. Garden
Center. to the Treasury Department: .
Mrs. Donald Rhoden
escorted to the altar by her father. sister of k
The bride wore a street length 1 the bride, served cake and Mrs. Mrs. John Leonard into the Dog- Mrs. Browning served delicious And the budget deficit, as of that
gown of white silk organza over- Jesse Godbold and Miss Gloria wood Circle, and :Mrs. J. H. refreshments at the close of the date, was $8.9 billion as comparedwith

i skirt and skirt of taffeta with a Williams poured punch. Miss j 4, $ Binkley into the Redbud Circle. meeting. $8.1 billion ayear eartter.
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lace panel down center, and a Marilyn McElveen, sister of the '
lace bodice with three quarter groom, kept the guest book. f / Associated CharitiesHas
length sleeves and scalloped After a wedding trip they will
square neck line. The bride car reside at 303 E. Duval Street, this Board MeetingThe

ried a white Bible with a white I city.The r board of the Associated
orchid tied with satin streamers.She groom is employed by the Charities held their monthly

wore a shoulder length veil Suwannee Funeral Home. meeting at the Westwood Baptist SAVE q
of scalloped imported illusion attached ; Church last Thursday morning.
to a crown of seed pearls. There were sixteen members '
Miss Wanda Godbold, sister of Mrs. Hunter HostessTo : present.Mrs. .

the bride, was maid of honor Pine Grove Club W. W. Hunter, president,

The Pine Grove Home Demon- Bliss Martha Jean Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. presided over the meeting.The .

Local Women Attend stration Club met in the homeof Brown of Zephyrhills, and Frank La Vaughn Johns, son of Mr. Rev. J. W. Baillie gave the U1L
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devotional.The
Mrs. W. W. Hunter Monday and Mrs. F. D. Johns of this city exchanged nuptial vows, Friday,
WSCS ConferenceThe afternoon, April 22. report of cases handled
April nineteenth, at 7:30 in the First Baptist Church with the
during April given by the
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Tallahassee District was The devotion was read by Mrs.
Rev. B. A. Oswald officiating.
First Baptist Church. SA4LA
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Miss Doris Gorrecht, organist, accompanied Mrs. P. II. l\Iur-I The committee of Westwood
the the Lord's
the 23rd annual meeting of Prayer and the
Woman's Society of Christian club creed.A phy, soloist. Baptist Church served coffee. I
Service convened in Daytona demonstration on "Health Miss Jane Rose, of Punta Gorda, was maid of honor and wore .

Beach April 2325. Attending and Safety" was given by Mrs. an aqua street length dress of organza with a fitted bodice, low Birth AnnouncementMr.

from Live Oak were Mrs. V. J. Delegal. scooped neckline and short cap sleeves. The demi-bell skirt was and Mrs. Leonard Fair-
Smuts, Mrs. C. T. Baisden, Mrs. After the business meeting refreshments softly pleated on hips and finished in back with a huge flat bow. cloth of Earlton announce the

Clyde Dempsey, and Mrs. W. L. were served to the She wore a matching headband with circular blush veil, and car- birth of a son Tuesday, April 23, .5
Tedder. nine members and three visitors ried a bouquet of pink carnations in a cascade design. in the Alachua General Hospitalin 0 5

Mrs.David R. Thurman, Mi- present. Miss Patsy Flewellyn, of Macon, Ga., cousin of the bride was Gainesville. Q D STO .r
ami, president, presided. Bishop The next meeting will be held- He has been named Robin
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F GE T SUVVANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY !, 16Ai


,Buccaneers Win I Branford Personals I Mrs. Stewart Honored
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John Smith and son and Mae Hatch.Birthday. Barnett.

Area Men's Club I The Branford Rues won the daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Knighton was in
I Branford Library Holds Open House I Relays held in Branford Friday I Johnie Smith of Orlando spent Party Held charge of the games with prizes r
To Meet Monday night by 10-point margin. Mr.
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The Branford Branch of the center of the table. The punch The Branford Area Men's The Bucs defeated P. K. Yongeof and Mrs. Wilson Smith and other Mrs. R. G. Griffith of Branford. Mrs. Hubert Wilkinson.

Suwannee River Regional Library bowl, surrounded with green fern, Club will hold their regular Gainesville, Chiefland and relatives.Mr. celebrated his sixth birthday witha The guests were served punch. +
held open house on Tuesday, was placed at one end of the meeting Monday May 6, at 8 Jennings. The Bucs scored 50 and Mrs. Lamar Carver of party at his home Saturday sandwiches potato chips and
April 23 in the obesrvance of Na- table and cookies was placed on pan. in the Branford Woman's points P. K. Yonge 40, Chiefland Alabama visited Mrs. Carver's April 27 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. cake by the hostesses. Mrs. Robert -
tional Library Week. the other end of the table. Other Club Building. 28, and Jennings 14. mother, Mrs. W. J. Dempsey and Those attending were CharlesEd Barnett and Mrs. Donald
Mrs. E. E. Lynch Sr. and Mrs. pink floral arrangements were There win be a brief talk by Branford won the sprint med !. family over the week end. Hatch, Danny Sandlin. La Don Knighton.
Inez Humphries, members of the placed about the room.A W. J. (Dub) Winburn, after ley relay, the distance relay, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Owens. Buddy Geiger Bill and Those attending were Mrs.
American Legion Auxiliary, were register book was placed on which Coach Joe Baker will the two mile relay. Jennings took and son of Gainesville and Mr. I Steven Price, Cindy Ware, Can- Raymond Land Mrs. E. J. Knigh-
hostesses. one table 'and 75 persons called show a film of a football game the mile relay, Chiefland the 440 and Mrs. Paul Gresham and family dy Moses, Sheila Fletcher, Bar- ton. Mrs. Vernie Barnett Mrs. J.
The table was overlaid with a during the day. Several outstanding between Florida and Auburn. relay, and P. K. Yonge the 880 of Tallahassee were week end bara Sandlin. Martha Sue Hum- L. Humphries, Miss Jo Ella

blue linen table cloth. A floral books were on display. All members are urged to be : relay. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. phries, Pam Geiger, and Jenny Humphries Mrs. Dewey Rogers
arrangement of pink glads and The refreshments were donated present. Running for Branford In the Thomas and family.Mr. Murray. and Kay. Vickie and Cindy Rogers -
white mums was placed in the by the American Legion Auxi- meet were Don Philpot, David Allen and Mrs. M. P. Mulcahyand Cathy Griffith and Mrs. Allen Mrs. A. G. Fennel and Marilyn
liary for the occasion.Mrs. Luther Koon, Gary Lee, Dav- Mrs. Elsie Rodriguez of Jack- Price assisted with the party. Mrs. Hubert Wilkinson. Mrs.
Jamerson expresses her Scouts Set id Stapelton, Gerald Barrs. Ger- of
Boy sonville were week end guests Refreshments of cake, ice Niven Robison. Mrs. Clyde Smith.
FFA To Host appreciation and thanks to the ald Hagin, Ernest Kelly Charles Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Murray and cream, orange juice, and party Mrs. T. R. Barnett. Mrs. Archie
American Legion Auxiliary and Kilpatrick, Billy Collins Carey
Weekend family. favors were served. Gaylard. Mrs. Fred Alien Mrs.
the Branford Health Departmentfor CampThe Lee John Barnett Johnny Lee, Mrs. Joann Simmons and Eva Lee, Mrs. Curtis Humphries

District ContestThe the cooperation. she received. Branford Boy Scouts of Eugene Allen, W. C. Harris, and daughter, Debbie, of Jacksonvillewere Baptist Class MeetsThe Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mrs. Orville

America will go on a camping Johnny FisselU week end guests of Misses Moses and Wade. Diann and
District PPA contest will. Mrs. A. Jack Phillips trip to Little River Springs Friday Minnie and Fannie Duncan. Couples Class of the First Denise Barnett.
be held in Branford Friday, May Saturday, and Sunday May Mrs. Walter :E Long of Jack- Baptist Church of Branford enjoyed -
ClubMrs.
3, with thirteen chapters par- Entertains Bridge 345. Branford sonville is spending a few days a cook-out Thursday nightat and son. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
ticipating.The A. Jack Phillips entertain, visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
This camping trip will be the Thompson and sons.
will ed her bridge club Tuesday night, relatives. D. Fletcher.
District Three contest last until about the middleof R. E. Hatch and other
get underway with the public April 23. Members and husbandswere the one summer. All Scouts are School Mrs. Fred Jones. Hilda Jones, I The members were served grill- 1'1' I'IP
speaking contest in the high present. to and Mrs. Lois Sisson were busi- ed hamburgers, baked beans, let- FOR THE FRESHEST
school gym followed by the par- Playing bridge were Mr. and urged Scouts participate.The will leave Branford MenuMay ness visitors In Tallahassee Fri tuce and tomatoes, devil food SEAFOODS
liamentary procedure, harmonica Mrs. T. D. Minter, Mr. and Mrs. around 4:15 Friday after- cake, tea, and coffee. Mack's Fish MarketPine
string band, and Quartet --con W. R. Hill Mr. and Mrs. S. L. and return pan. around day.Miss Sharon Duncan ol St. Those attending were: Mr. and Ave. I
tests. Tractor driving will be held Townsend Mr. and Mrs. W. B. noon 12 noon. The Scouts Sunday will have 6 through May 10 Petersburg spent the week end Mrs. W. D. Fletcher, Mr. and Freshness and Quality Assured
during the day. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Grif- church services Sunday morningat MONDAY visiting Miss Hilda Jones. Sharon Mrs. Orville Moses and daugh- Phone 362.1650
To climax the event, a sweet- fith, Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Jones camp. The Rev. Ben Borders Vienna Sausage and Hilda returned to FJ3.U. ters, Mr. and Mrs. James Odom
heart contest will be held in the Mr. and Mrs.' Raymond Humph- will speak. Beans with Ham Sunday to attend the summer!
gym Friday night at 7:30.: Branford ries, Mrs. Lois Sisson, and Mr. Each Scout will need enough Scalloped Tomatoes session at the school.
Chapter will compete in the and Mrs. A. Jack Phillips. Cheese/Apple Crisp
food for five meals. There will Mrs. Thelma Atwell, Mrs. Roy
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tend. buffet style. Buttered Niblet ComCabbageAppleRaisin Clarence C.
services of Mr. ,
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: News And Activities From ---. LIVESTOCK I Pine Level I


THE RECREATION CENTER REPORTBy I HALF PA TEEN I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner

children spent Sunday in Lake spent Sunday in Live Oak with
FLORIDA STATE !! City with M. J. Lepper and sons Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Akterman.

t By CHARLES PULLEY, Director MARKETING BUREAU and attended services at South- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were

Various projects at the Recre- on the new patio at the Recreation side Mission. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
ation Center are either completed Center and which will also Cattle and calf trading at the Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes H. Roberts in Lake City Friday

or near completion. The patio be the first official social func- Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- spent Thursday with Mr. and night.
I. which was proposed last summer tion held on the patio. This dance ket Wednesday, April 24, drop- THERE/YOU Mrs. Willie Howell. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner and

has been completed and-is ready will be Saturday, May 4 and will ped to 113 compared with 131 sold SEE? 7HATS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner and Mrs. Ben Hays were business vis-

for use the new lights orderedfor be from 7:30 until 11:00 pjn. All the week before, and hog trad- THEFIRSTTIME children of Ft. White spent Sun- :itors in Lake City Thursday.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus ; Carl Tressler visited Mr. and
the baseball fields were installed Suwannee High School studentsare ing remained steady at 525 over IV EVER DRIVEN
Tuesday and have greatly invited to attend. This pro- 513 sold at the previous sale. Baxter. Mrs. L. P. Fortner Wednesday

increased the candle power on the gram will feature dancing and George C. Avery of the Florida AMP NOTHING Carl Tressler spent last week night.

ball fields, a press box has been refreshments on the patio. In State'Marketing Bureau said that HAPPENED end in Ft. Myers on business. Mrs. Ben Hays and Nancy Alderman -

installed on the new baseball field case of rain the dance will beheld trading was moderately active ATALL! K7 Buddy McMullen of Live Oak spent Friday with Mr.
spent Monday and Tuesday night and Mrs. L. P. Fortner.
near the water works, and a swing inside. with demand'good for most clas-
with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes.
set of intermediate size has been Tonight Thursday, will be the
installed In the elementary play last meeting of the Adult Physi- ses.Avery said, however that all -: .. ::. /:4i-:1: ::

area. There are more projects in cal Fitness Class for the summer. classes were few in one or both i iI .
the planning stage but it will take This group will discontinue its weeks except slaughter cows which Beacliville 1

some time for all of them to begin programs after tonight. were weak and stocker calves

to take form. which were weak to $3 lower com- We are very sorry that Rev. J. I Mrs. Dan Hines of the Mag-

The Student Recreation Board (Held Over From Last Week) pared with recent very strong Marvin Odom is a patient in the 'nolia Community was a guest of

i is functioning well and has come Activity is increasing at the Live price trends. Suwannee County Hospital in Live Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidw a. Fri
forward with quite a few new approaches Oak-Suwannee County Recreation Feeder-stockers made up 71 per Oak but are glad to learn that he

to the ever present prob- Center as summer and the end of cent of the run while calves were / is improving.The day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Hague and

lem of young people of finding school draws near. 42 per cent of the total. attendance was good at children of Hague were guests of

something to do. Last week the : This week we have had two first sold One Standard slaughter steer //I Sunday School Sunday but we her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
Student Board sponsored a Hobo grade classes from Lake City visit for $21 per hundred pounds ( missed some of the faithful ones. Spooner Sunday.Rev. .
Party complete with decorations, the Recreation Center and while Utilities brought $17.25$18.25. .-
play- Hope they can be here next time. .
Standard F. E. Day will fill his appointment -
and low-good heif-
refreshments and prizes for the ground. These classes were parti-
Mrs. J. J. Bronson of Clermontand
winners of various contests held cipating in their first train ride ers, averaged 20502150. here next Sunay. Re-
at the party. This Saturday the which began in Lake City and A few Utility cows brought $16.- Ervin Beach of Haines City member services will begin at 10
were guests of their parents, Mr.
Student Board will sponsor a ended here in Live Oak with a 25-$17.25 Cutters sold from $13$1525 am. and 7:30 pjn.BASEBALL.
and Mrs. T. F. Beach last week
and
visit of Recreation Canners brought $11-
Patio Party which will be held Department
facilities. The Recreation 1325. Utility and Commercialbulls end.Mrs.
Depart-
Harris Fussll and daughter -
traded from No. 1
ment extends an invitation to all $17.50-$19.50,
Inez, of Polk City, are visiting
such groups both in Live Oak and and one Cutter sold for $16.50. to produce an educational pro-
Suwannee DemocratSubscriptioiis her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.T. .
WhyIs in nearby communities to use Re- brought Standard and low-Good. calves gram that meets or surpasses the F. Beach a few days this week. IS BETTER OVER
creation facilities $19.50$21.25.Good state AVERAGE.The .
Department for
We are sorry that Mrs. Beach is
end of the school year picnics and feeder-stocker steers transfer of racetrack fundsas CABLE TV
not as well as expected lately, but
parties. Please call ahead of time mostly yearlings-brought $21.50- proposed would make this
hope she will be better.
soon
and make reservations.The $23.50 Mediums sold from $20.50- Here is a list of new subscrip- MINIMUM program possible a
. ThereSo Bulldogs of Suwannee High $23, and Commons brought $16- tions and subscriptions renewedto few years longer, but then what?

held night baseball practice on $17.75. Good heifers sold from the Suwannee Democrat from Do we reduce a program that

the Recreation Department baseball $20.50-$21 Commons brought April 18 to April 25. already minimum, or do we For All Your NeedsWITH
fields this week in preparation $16.50-$18.75 and one Inferior SUBSCRIPTIONSPvt. shoulder the burden that is right-
NEW
for the night games they heifer sold,for $15. Medium heif- Leonard S. Greek, Ft. Eus- fully ours and provide the neces-
MuchMonth must play in the forthcoming ers were absent from the run. tis, Va. sary funds locally to operate a
tournament.Due Common and low-Medium cows more-than-minimum school
sys-
Goff Ft. Belvoir
Lavelle ,
Pvt.
to the innovation of the brought $12-$16.25, Inferiors sold Va. tem for our children? LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE

Student Recreation Board theteen from $10-$12, and Common and A. B. Hansen, Sanford The Floridan reluctantly en-
Medium cow-calf pairs ranged dorses passage of the bill to
age program 'sponsored by
Lewis WellbornT.
Mrs. A. C. ,
the Recreation from $14-$17.50. transfer racetrack funds from the
Left Department is being L. Dobbins, L. O.
reorganized to fit the needsof Low-to-average-Good calves general fund to the school system.
Lou Bonds, Rt., L. O.
the youth of our county. The weighing over 250 pounds brought Reluctantly, because it will ARTHUR CROWE
Bill G. Bonds, Rt., L. O.
At Student Recreation Board is sponsoring $21.50-$23.75, Mediums sold from Mrs. Sarah Herring, Vero BeachT. mean the County Commission
a contest among Suwan- $19-$22, and Commons brought either will have to curtail some
F. McIntosh, Branford ATGREEN'S
i The nee High School students this $16.50-$20. Earl Clement, Newark, Del. of its activities now in servingthe
week to find a name for the teen Medium and Good calves people of the county, or will
age group which the Student weighing between 125-250 pounds SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDH. have to raise millage to replacethe

: End Board is sponsoring.This sold from $24.25-$26.25, Commons G. Barrington Norfolk, Va. funds that are transferred, FUELIN

contest will culminate in brought $23-$24.25. and one inferior Recreation Center, L. O. and because the measure is at

of a dance this Friday night at the traded at $13.06. Schofield Insurance Agency,I best a temporary solution to the LIVE OAKWe
Live Oak Suwannee County Rec- Hog: Sales real problem facing our school
reation Center. All entries will be Mixed grades of 180-210 pound system today.
TheMoney turned in at that time and a win-.. barrows and gilts brought $13.99 120 pounds $12.75 and 80-100 -Jackson County Floridan
ner will be picked. with one closely sorted lot bring pounds $12.55. Can .Serve You Better More Economically

This dance is the first to be ing $14.10; 210-240 pounds $13.75. Sows weighing between 180-
240-270 pounds $1320, 160-180 400 pounds brought 117012. Branford -
sponsored by the Student Board
85, 400-600 pounds $10.10-$10.60, John Hampton, L. O.
and will be for all students of Su pounds $13.36, 140-160 pounds D3iIWw
and boars $7. Mrs. Robert Owens, JacksonvilleMrs. J1 ,
12.90 120-140
? wannee High School, The theme $ pounds $1320JOO-
r Choice feeder pigs weighing be-' John Lemons, ,St...Petersburg -
for the dance will be "Hobo
tween 60-110 pounds brought $14-
Party" and everyone is asked to ing this time. These dances and GAS APPLIANCES
$17, Medium and Good feeder Mrs. A. E. Tucker Panama City
dress as a hobo. Prizes will be parties will be
sponsored by the
ConsolidateDEBTS pigs weighing under 60 pounds Mrs. F. C. Ledbetter, Pensacola
given for the best costume. Student Recreation Board and .
brounght $13-$15, and 60-130 t
During the summer months the the new teen age organization.When .
pounds $12-$13. (Office Supplies At McCrimon's)
regular Junior and Senior High school reopens in the fall
nights will not operate but instead the Junior and Senior high night
I
there will be a series of spec- will function as they have in the I

INTO ial dances and parties held dur- past. .:. .::.. .. ..'-* :



((1)) A Thought For Today I /

By BRODY a HARRIS

EASY a ba 3 "No one knows what he can do until he tries...." -- _
:" Most of us have a tendency to be wary of attempting -
PAYMENTFINANCE '. something new. Often times this reluc-
'-\ ;.. tance to face new problems is unnecessary, because
;. once a wholehearted effort is made we find we have
capabilities of which we were not aware. i"M
During a lifetime we will be called upon many
TOWN _; times to meet new challenges, and now and then we I
\ may try our hand at something for which we are .i.- ,Isreoocy
; not physically equipped or temperamentally suited
with unhappy results. However, even this failure
has its reward; we at least know that it was not a
,.. .u k task which we might have completed successfully
if only we had tried.


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dayland Softball Teams condemnation proceedings to acquire placed on 4-year probation per- company's products include "any- ber. It uses LP gas or diesel and i man. Judges were Rev. James I stage during the three-day event.

certain properties near the iod and ordered to pay the circuit thing that we can find to sell can be operated at a cost of less Walkup Rev. Cornelius Davis, and !Three programs will be held Friday -

Nip Wellborn WildcatsThe Douglass High School when a court $25 per week for support of that we can make", he quipped.He than $1.25 per hour. Bill Ware. and Saturday May 3-4 at

Clayland girls' and boys' satisfactory price for the land minor children. said the industry manufac- The president said the com- 10 ajn., 1:30 and 7:30 pjn., with

softball teams met Wellborn could not be agreed upon out of tures spools for looms used in the pany's total Investment in equip- No. 6 the concluding program scheduledat

there Friday afternoon for two court. The proposed use for this No. 3Florida textile industry. wood parts for ment now exceeds 100000. Inventory should have a field day with 3 pm. Sunday May 5.

exciting games. additional land Is to expand and assigned. kitchen cabinets,furniture squares Is approximately $50,000- sight-seeing and picture-taking." Sponsored by the Stephen Foster -
led thruoutthe build certain facilities with ref- are Folklore Guild and the Florida.<
girls
The Clayland in for chair legs broom blocks 60000. he added. Plantings of lilies
Crews was promoted day were
contest. The final score being erence to a colored recreationarea. September Major 1962 and assigned as moldings of all types, and many Henry said many of the company's started in 1960 in anticipationof Federation of Music Clubs, the
event attracts thousands of
10 to 2. Plans and Training Officer of other special wood items. customers are secured the national meeting in Val- tators from spec-
Florida Georgia and
The Wellborn boys led the In criminal action, the court the 1st Battalion 187th Armor. Henry said that one of the through manufacturers represen- dosta Barnes said. Hybridizersand other states.

Clayland Tigers until the last sentenced Major Williams colored Colonel Dale and Lt. Colonel company's largest customers is tatives. He added however that others attending the South .

Inning, during which Clayland to serve six months to 20 Tuttle were promoted in Marchof Ekco Products one of the largest "many customers we've developed Georgia show in mid-May next

overcame them and edged out a years in the state prison on a this year and both are assigned houseware companies in the Uni- ourselves. year will spend a full day observ- No. 7

14 to 12 victory. manslaughter count. Williams to the 337th Signal Depot with ted States Ekco which manu- "We have had some of them ing the Memorial's 243-acre
was indicted by the Grand Jury in Jacksonville. Daleis factures Flint Cutlery has a cur- from the very beginning when we grounds and plantings. Mrs. Leon- a lifesaver. It was enough to

Sing Scheduled for second degree murder anu headquarters the depot commander. rent order at Hene's for 20,000 started in Perry," he said. ard Mederer of Valdosta is con- cause the moisture to meet," he

Churchannounced plead not guilty. He later changedhis Other Staff Officers knife holders he said. Henry explained that the ad- vention chairman for the 1964 said.Crews

The Rocky Sink Baptist will plea to guilty of manslaughter. Other Live Oak officers in staff Touring the plant. Henry dem- vantage of this type of businessto event. explained that the surface -
sing
that a
today Homer T. Bird was tried and Captain Henry T. onstrated how these knife holdersare furniture industries is they While the American Hemero- moisture from the rain had
church Sunday positions are
be held at the found guilty of fraudulent entice- McKeithen, motor officer in the made in their rough form. know when they buy how much callis Society generally meets in seeped deep enough into the
afternoon at 2 p.m. large cities Mrs. Mederer ground to join with below-the-
Electronic Edge Glues their raw products cost them. In said
ment of an 18-year-old unmar- battalion and Cap-
Armor
187th
The public is. invited.. ried female from her lawful hometo tain Nicky M. Tsacrios intelli- First three distinct types of addition, buying their raw prod- members decided to come back to surface moisture, causing much-

effect a clandestine marriage gence officer of the same batta- wood each of them having a ucts rather than making them, alloWs Valdosta in 1964 because of a pre- needed damp soil around plant

Card Of ThanksThe without the consent of her father. different grain are selected the furniture Industry to vious pleasant experience with roots.

family of Charles Mason Bird was already married. The lion.First Lieutenant Earl Bembry is and put side-by-side on a conveyor free additional capital for expan- their convention held there 10 The agent noted that water-
to thank the many belt. sion in other phases of the busi- years ago. The Foster Memorialis melons have not been affected by
Green wish Grand Jury indicted Bird on this the other officer in Company A. These even-length pieces
only 50 miles from
Valdosta.
the have other
friends for the numerous acts of charge. Boat- travel via the conveyor to the ness. drought as crops
Second Lieutenant Spessard
and the Folk Festival
and other
He said that melons could stand
kindness shown and sympathy expressed next station where they are dip- Suwannee Is Benefited
The case of Johnny B. Clayton right commands the Armored special events attract hundreds of the weather far betttr
bereavement. noted that his businessis dry now
Henry
during their ped with glue and placed into an
Grand Platoon of the Headquarters -
indicted by the Jury Cavalry Georgians along with thousandsof than they could later on when
s electronic also good business for Suwannee -
edge gluer.
for aggravated assault "hung"the Company. This is a new unit Floridians.
melons the vine.
come on
No. 1 jury and caused a mistrial. for Live Oak and at camp will The gluer compresses the blocks County. All of the company's Dozens of Florida cities towns Crews appeared highly optima-
28 employees live in the county
taken to improve this county. We The jury heard evidence retiredto serve as part of the Lake City together in sections of three and and spend their $60,000 in wages and communities will be repre- tic about the future of this yeas .->

do not need a split board. We needa deliberate then came back company. then generates heat up to 260 here locally. Officers salaries sented by participants in the Festival crop. He indicated that the farm
board united in serving the in to report to the court that Second Lieutenant Mattox S. degrees through frequency waves this year, and there will be ers had been hurt by the drought
coupled with utilities taxes and
county. were "hung". The court instruc- Hair is another Live Oak officer similar to radio or television guest performers from several but this rain got them out of
other disbursements this
ted the jury to go back and de- active in the National Guard. transmitters, that dry the glue in push Georgia communities and from serious trouble for the moment
financial value to the
Tuesday's meeting could set a liberate further. Hair's assignment is aide to Gen- 90-120 seconds. county even South Carolina. Oklahoma Penn- The agent also warned that

for progress or bog down After these further deliberations eral Wadsworth. The phenomenal factor about higher. sylvanian and Missouri.
pattern with this rain, insects
Henry touted the of were suieto
in disagreement and confusion. the jury returned with the Officer Candidates Walter 'Oliver this machine is that it applies praises Talented folk singers will repeat become

That 'progress will result is not report that it was hopelessly split. and Otto F. Dickman m, are heat to the inside edges or cracks Live Oak as a potential center their songs from the long farmers to a get problem.an early He start urged 1:1
for manufacturing. He noted thatif
too much to expect. The judge then declared a mis- now enrolled in the Florida OCS'school that have been glued together. ago joining with folk dancers controlling these
When the you took a map and drew a circle tale tellers craftsmen pests.
electronic and othersto
edge gluer
trial. The court has not set a and are expected to graduate -
has dried the glue line the glue around Live Oak with a 400 keep alive the traditional expressions -
' new trial date as yet. in June. They will be com-
No. 2property L. D. then becomes harder than the mile radius you would have included which reflect life of the
Lewis O. Duncan, alias missioned as officers in the local
holders involved in the attend wood itself. most of the large indus- pioneer days in Florida in the LOW INTEREST
Duncan plead guilty to forgery unit and camp with Com-
same condemnation suit were and uttering a forgery. The court pany A.Two Henry proved this by smashinga trial and population centers in United States and in other coun- LONG TERM
awarded a total of $500 for prop- block of the glued sections the Southeast. tries from which this nation's
ordered a pre-sentence investiga- other former Live Oak officers -
erty and $75 for attorney fees. were recently promoted. which gave way on the wood rather He explained that transportation population has been drawn. Federal Land
school tion.Other facilities which include two On the seven programs in the
The board entered into pre-sentence investiga- Colonel Albert E. Durrell is now than the glued edge. Bank Loans
railroads and two U. S. highways three-day period will be Seminole
This machine
tions were instructed for Howard Chief of Staff of the 55th Opera- cost $14,500.
coupled with a centralized loca- Indians shape-note singers whip
Roberts who plead guilty to for- tional Headquarters and Major Henry said. Hene Industries was I crackers water watchers old-time CONTACTLOCAL
BASEBALLIS gery and uttering a forgery, and Youris Dunn is a member of Col- the first plant to get this type of tion should attract a number of fiddlers and strawbeaters. dulci-

Carl Lee, who plead guilty to onel Dale's staff. machine in Florida, and there are industries into.the. area. mer and harmonica players and OFFICE

BETTER OVER breaking and entering with intentto Major Robert S. Snell who still only four in the state. hundreds of other entertainers Telephone

CABLE TV commit grand larceny. joined the guard while in Live Additional Kiln No. 5Group performing singly and in groups.
Earl Fleming plead guilty to a Oak is now chaplain for the engineer One of the newest innovationsat About 2,000 persons appear as 362-1525

non-support charge and was group at Tallahassee and Dene's is a not yet completed n finalists were Sharon performers on the shady outdoor

Lt. Merle Palmer who was an officer I, wood-drying kiln that will add Bonds and Donald Cooper of Su-

in the Live Oak unit is now faster drying of lumber and step wannee Junior High Janet How-

I with the Gainesville company. up the plant's productive capa- ell and Charlene Suggs of Branford CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING

DAI]NCEJRDAY Live Oak is well known thru- cnty. Nannette Green of McAlpin

out the Florida National Guard This kiln which is similar to Gwen Tomlinson of Clayland. and ENGINEERSFOR

EVERY SA TU NIGHT for consistent participation in the company's other kiln costs Voncille Boyette of Wellborn.The LP OR NATURAL GAS

WITH THE ORIGtt NAL ROCKABILLIES National Guard affairs. This $22,000 and will dry wood to 6-8 pronouncer for the spell- We have competent engineers to give you estimate and draw

FROM\ 9T01 county has produced a remark- per cent moisture in about three ing bee was Norman O. Prots- blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs

ENJOY AN EVEN ING OF DANCING able number of fine officers for weeks depending on the thick- for LP and Natural Gas.
We lend or sell tanks have
or metered system whichever the
-
THISCHITW WEEK the Guard. ness of the wood. The thermo- customer
DRIVERS LICENSES prefers.
statically controlled unit will circulate
-
i ARE RENEWABLE SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
r hot air up to 180 degrees
OOD'S THE MONTH OF
No. 4Henry around lumber placed inside it, i 1 BIRTHDAY YOUR
W. C. COPELAND JR.
and maintain 1 cent
OLD LAKENO CITY ROADS explained that the industry per accuracy. REECE BROWN ,
is engaged in the manu- Henry said the new kiln would
1r ALLOWED COUNTY JUDGE I HUnter 3-2218 Madison Florida
facture of special wood items. The hold around 30,000 feet of lum- ,








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