Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00335
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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 9, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00335
 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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GA I t7SV i LLE. FLA SEPT 63 .

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Expansion To Triple McMullen's Production Hall Resigns

.,. Recreation
4lIY Naw<:a'M v !?-"Z : 's.a
f: School Post Douglass

r.. Ralph Hall, principal of Su

wannee High School, announcedthis
week that he had resignedhis

_ system.position in the county school Project Gains Motion

Hall's letter of resignationwas

4 ( 4y.M+ W4Yl' 1 4KK submitted to the Board of .,

'll rrl Public Instruction Tuesday. He
1'% ; S I ; S I.] has been principal of Suwannee City, County

: 4irl x. High' since July 1, 1959. With Records Of Success

_ Hall declined to comment on
School) Boards

) his future plans. Gerald Gamble Named County's
.... >wf.b j
1 5 6 Farmer In '62 Aid ProjectThe
i W a 1 Sr Board Instructs Outstanding Young
Gerald F. Gamble, Rt. 4, Live Oak, has been named Board of Public Instruction -

.. Farmer of the and the Board of
County EmployeesOn Suwannee County's Outstanding Young
County Commissioners Tu_-

Year.Gamble was born and reared- on a small farm in Su day passed a joint resolution -

Jury RequestThe wannee County. After his graduation from high school], that set into motion the
building of a recreation center -
he secretly borrowed $200 from
Board of County Commis- at Douglass High School.The .
his grandmother, married his nt
MM sioners Tuesday voted to instructthe childhood sweetheart, and settled I joint resolution instructedthe
x county road foreman B .F. Suwannee delegation to tract -
soh down to building an investment in
to avoid using county authorizing -
Brookins permissive legislation
agriculture that totals_ well into
equipment, materials, and laboron five figures. the sale of revenue certificates -

private property, and have a Gamble has a well-balanced up to $75,000 for finaocta*

S copy of the letter sent to all coun- growing farm with both livestockand a gymnasium. It also rttdvtd:

ty road employees.The produce.One that this money will be paid bMk
board recently came under trade tax
of his largest investmentsis from the state race
fire from the Grand Jury which in 84,000 chickens which he xN monies, without spending So-

returned a presentment chargingthe started from "scratch" to acquire.In : wannee County tax monies.
Board of County Commis- the boards agreed to
_ addition, he began a small t, Each of
Workmen place the final layers of roof on M cMullen Food Bank's new building. sioners with allowing private workto cattle business with one cow. He apply $5,000 of their race track
be done at the county's expense. now has 19 of them. : funds to retiring this indebted
also voted to
The Gamble's chief crops are corn gi
McMuIlenMcMulIen Food Bank Grows advertise a financial statementand and tobacco. He got into the tobacco ness.The school board recently ae-
have the commission minutes business with 3.21 acres on quired property for the proposed

published once each quarter. which he raised approximately Negro recreation center throufh

James Smith, county road em- 1,500 pounds per acre. He now condemnation proceedings. The
AidedGovernmenS ployee, appeared at the board's raises 922 acres of leaf and pro- proposed center is to include botha
request to discuss his work with gymnasium and a swimming.
Officers Aroused Mayor duces an average yield of 2,350
County the county. Problems were discussed pounds per acre. pool, with other minor factntte

: By Issues WarningMayor and settled in a manner In addition, he started raising Mayor J. Marvin Phiffip said

Slated To Attend J. Marvin Phillips, satisfactory to Smith and ,the 50 acres of corn with a 25 bushel GERALD F. GAMBLEof that members of the school board,

Private board. per acre yield. Last year, he county commission and city
aroused outbreak of
GroupsThe over an
of the county and acknowledged -
Smith was one 45 council met recently
raised 80 acres and produced
Basic Law Class drunk and disorderly cases employees that gavesworn testi- I bushels to each acre. Gamble also streamlined methods that are the pressing need fee
rapid expansion at made near John's Drive In on mony in_ the recent state's 'attor- for provided to farmers almost daily this facility.
McMulIen Food Bank has Police Chief Elwood Howard Helvenston Avenue, instructed ney's investigation prior to the raises 65 acres of small grains through an expanding and vibrant Phillips said that members el
grazing his cattle, 8 acres of pas-
all the earmarks of bring- and Sheriff Hugh Lewis last policemen in City Court Monday Grand Jury session.In ture and 2 acres planted in gar- technology.He the three boards who were present -
ing the commercial pea busi- week met with an advisory com- to place a minimum of $25 other business, the board den vegetables for home use. takes advantage of soil test- at that joint meeting agreed

ness to Live Oak in a big mittee at the North Florida Junior bond on anyone arrested on the authorized County Agent Paul This is the record of achieve- ing facilities, participates in the that the city and the county
College to set up a 40-hour premises of the drive in here- Crews to'publish another series that has characterized feed grain program, rotates his should do their part along with
way. course in basic law enforcement after. The ment and designs his equipmentto
with emphasis on agriculture. crops the
; .-the lifetime and for the school board in providing
af _
LV-McMuneif: owne Gamblers
J. ; ror"'pea ''Otneers-tn-th1s area. Phillips made ,it .clear that* brochure will be paid for by cut costs and up efficiency. .
firm, said Tuesday the new building The set to begin -- him the coveted county-wide believes In recreation project.L.
course 'Sept. the'city would not tolerate any county fundsT: In addition, he qual- board
addition he has M. Crews Jr., school
award. In ,
would be farmer
and equipment ope- 2, win be available to officers in further disturbances hi that Following a discussion on additions ity livestock and top-notch care High-
rative and ready: for :production Suwannee, Hamilton, Taylor, La- area. lie commended policemenfor and renovation of the Courthouse entered the stat -widet; outstanding for his animals. Gamble uses only member, told the Douglass that-
He said the farmer contest and is rea- School P-TA Monday night
around June 1215. fayette, Jefferson, and Madison "bearing down" on the situ- the board voted to instruct high-quality, pure-bred bulls on
school board plans to pay
facilities would sonably assured of high positionin the
new productive Counties.The program,will be ad- ation and urged them to con- the clerk to call the county ar- his fine commercial herd. He buys in its entirety. -
for the gymnasium
the judging.
triple his production.Mc13nllen
ministered through the State Department tinue. (No. 4 Continued on Page 8) only high-quality, vigorous baby
to the
Gamble has not met with success Property adjacent gymwill
that this
explained I of Education with the chicks, realizing that this invest-
be deeded jointly to the city
without hardship, however.In
expansion was made possible thru state paying the instructional ex- (No. 3 Continued on Page 8)
some intricate figuring by the penses. At State Band Contests 1962, for example, he had a 79 and the county so they can leg-
per cent crop loss through a hail ally expend their funds and
Small Business Administration, Sheriff Lewis said he and his
the Area Be-development Administration two deputies Cecil Bonds and Suwannee storm. Fire Destroys equipment in building a swim-
High Band Receives the ming pool Crews said.
,the:Snwannee"Industrial Curtis Harrell would attend the Following his marriage to
former Helen Scott he Vo-Ag BuildingFire These plans were worked out
Development Corporation, and the course. Chief Howard said he and sharecropped -
local banks. about four of the current city 8 5 Excellent for his father, and traded broke out in the Bran- by a committee consisting of
He said the expansion programwas policemen would attend. Superior, RatingsThe harvested grain for fertilizer after for High School Agricultural representatives from the school
Participants in the he won dealers' confidence in his Building Wednesday around board, city council, county com-
twofold. will, in addition to policemen program and Suwannee High School Band won eight superior ability to produce. 11:15-11:30 a.m. and leveled mission, and board of directors
First the Small Business Administration deputies, include representativesof ratings and five excellents at the North State Band and Perhaps his greatest handicap the structure by noon. of the Live Oak-Suwannee County

thru the local banks the narcotics bureau and bev-: Orchestra Contest held in Ft. Walton Beach last week- during this struggle was his lim- The building was a total loss. Recreation Center. This commit
+ took a first mortgage on all of erage department in this area. end. ited capital and assets that restricted The Branford Fire Department tee met jointly with a Negro committee -

thepropertyin exchange for $75- The instructor will be a certified This showing was the best over-all rating the band his borrowing capacity. managed to bring the blaze un- in formulating these plans.
000 working capital. police instructor approved by has made in its history. This, of course, he has overcome der control with only slight School Superintendent Everett
Then,the Area Re-development the I through a dramatic display of damage to the main school Williamson told the Douglass P-
Department of Education.
He The band is judged on three
{ Administration took a second position will be 4-H Rally Set ability, both in producing agricul- building.Witnesses. TA members that final title to the
a graduate of the FBI phases: concert, sightreading, and
on the land upon which Academy tural products and business. !. said the flames project site had not yet been acquired -
and/or the course offered marching. The Suwannee Band
the company is located. This resulted by the Florida Sheriff's As- Saturday EveningThe Gamble Is a firm believer in leaped 20-30 feet higher than and the gym would haveto
gained a superior rating from one
in an additional 80000. sociation with minimum Annual 4-H Rally sche- change. This is part of the secret the tallest trees around the be studied further by the school
a of 500 of the concert judges, while the
Actually the ARA took a $52,000 hours in formal classroom duled for the Suwannee High to his success. He avails himself school. (No. 1 Continued on Page 8))
second mortgage, McMulIen put work. other two rated the band excel-
Auditorium at 8
The will p.m.
course be taught at
up $5,000 of his own money the the North Florida lent.This will feature skits, award presentations -
Suwannee Industrial Develop- will be offered two times College.It each cost the band a crucial public speaking, and Evon Wadsworth Wins Contest .
ment Authority put up $8,000, and day to accommodate the schedulesof point they needed to get an over- loads of talent.In .
l.I Mullen added the depreciatedvalue officers all superior rating. The band addition, a county 4HKing
of his valued at $15- attending the course. made 18
land out of a possible -20
Subjects to be explored in the Queen, Prince, and Prin- 1 Miss Evon Wadsworth of Lire
DOO. points in the
> concert phase, one
will be named chosen from
program include cess
McMullen explained that he accident investigation point shy of superior. Each band of 'county's Oak daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
representatives the
owned the land personally, and interrogation of suspectsand must rate superior in concert to 13 clubs. Joel Wadsworth, last week wen
the company pays rent to him witnesses, law of arrest, first get the overall superior rating. first place and $200 at the Ted
The is invited.
aid, criminal investigation, small public Mack Amateur Talent Show in
for use of the land. The band was judged superior s
McMulIen said that in trip- arms, juvenile control, defensive in sightreading and marching. In Perry sponsored by the Perry and

pling the productive capacity of judo topics., public speaking, and other addition, the Stage Band received s Madison Rotary Clubs.

the plant would allow the firm a superior rating. CD AuthorityUrges p iy r Evon, a sophomore soprano at
to can and 'freeze enough peas Soloists who received superior North Florida Junior College, wiM

during the season to sell Till year ratings were Mary Kay Grant, wrN now go to New York to audition
long. Pre-School Kids bassoon solo; Candy Hampton Preparation for an appearance on the Ted

"We haverit touched the avail- tenor saxophone solo; Gary I Mack Original Amateur Hwr.II .

able market" he said. Stage Band Set Grant trumpet solo; and Rodney At Lions MeetDr. { z. Aro2 i Rotary Clubs have previously been
McMullen explained that selling Ross, baritone saxophone solo. II successful in promoting their tal-

his White Acre Peas has beenno Excellent ratings were awarded John S. Sands, professor at ent finds on the nationally tele-

problem, while production has For Dance RevueThe to Mosely Green, oboe solo; North Florida Junior College, was vised CBS program.

been a bottleneck.The firm Is the and a clarinet quartet composedof guest speaker at the Lions Club Evon sang the popular hit

only commercial pea producer in 10th Annual Dance Revue David Chandler, Janet All- Tuesday evening. "Afraid" accompanied by Allen

the country that handshells the Friday night Trill feature a sepa- britton Ann Fort, and Thomas Sands, who is an authority on .. O'Neal, also a student at the col-
majority of its peas, he said. rate ballet scene starring preschool Shields. Civil Defense, spoke to the Lions lege. She said her reaction to her

"That's where we get our quality and first grade children. Chaperones making the trip about the defense program and 4 .i>a \ performance before a packed

." he declared. The scene is entitled "The were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Austin, how it may be implemented to tin .,w .4 house in the Taylor County High

McMulIen said his firm has Heavens Dance". The children Mrs. Dan Chandler, Mrs. Niels advantage. He compared the assets I School Auditorium was appropriate -

shipped pea orders all over the will portray stars the moon, a Brorsen Mrs. Harold Preston, of Madison and Suwannee : to the title of her song.
country. He said he recently moonbeam, bluebirds, the sun, Mrs. Leona Wooley and Jim Counties relative to the dangerof Ait Evon, who has blossomed froma

)furnished Fairchild AFB in the clouds a raindrop, and even an Shields. fall out. .. studious high school student toa
State of Washington with two astronaut against t celestial back- Piano accompanists were Mrs. He stated that the two counties ,:..:: ':.: very talented young lady was

orders, for example. ground. John Hampton and Mrs. Harry have nothing to fear as far as fall .MTF ,recently honored by reeetrtaf the
McMullen's productive businessis The Suwannee Stage Band will Grant out is concerned but that the /- r.7.u title of Miss North Florida Junior

a seasonal one. He buys peas play a feature number and several Two chartered Greyhound bus- danger to the communities would -:; :. College.To .

during the season, freezes or cans of the dance numbers. An es provided transportation for the come from the influx of people win this title, she made

them, and holds them in storagefor outstanding Can Can scene will be band to and from the meet. This from stricken areas .W'b three separate appearance before

distribution.He presented by the band and the was the first time in the historyof Each community, he stated, { ; < the judges, one in an evtrtng
said he uses public freezersin dance school with the band play- the school that the band had should have a lull time director ;: ;; ; dress, another in a bathing suit:
Jacksonville Miami Tampa, ing the original arrangement.. i ever been anywhere on a Grey- and trained personnel of one ". ....,}'4-? '!">. .. ., .','-" .,; ...{ and other areas. The public freezer The Patterson Sisters will join hound bus. In addition to trans- hundred men to take charge in : : ; the "St. Louie Blues". It was her

he explained, holds quantitiesof the dancers and the band In i a porting the band on its 500 mile case of an emergency. ,By par- ; /t t j ;: : 3 mj first "blues" selection, prerioutly

frozen products in storage un- production number of "Mr. Sand round trip the charter buses also ticipating full time in the pro- she had confined her vocal talent
til the grocery store customer man" as the final offering of the provided transportation from one gram, the federal government Miss Evon Wadsworth, recently crowned Bliss North Florida to religious songs.

needs to add to his stock. evening.. Place to another at the contest matches dollar for dollar the ap- Junior College, is shown on the campus following a parade in which Evon, who .also holds down a
(No; -7 Continued on Pace 8)) (No. 6 Continued on Pat 8)) site (No 5 Continued on Page 8) she appeared. (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)uxt




THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Happy Mother's Day FLORIDA'SFarm Capital: Newsletter I


The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" By Congressman Don Fuqua

BANNER Consolidated LEADER .
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 sS' Y'n

Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street 4' *a Forestry Day Great Success Medical Profession's Assistance '

Louie Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher I Front. The Forestry Day program heldin Bill. Under this program, funds yare

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor Live Oak April 11 was an unqualified being allocated to medical ,

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor yW success. Here we saw schools to build facilities for
assembled of the largest aggregations teaching, and also to loan moniesto
. Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager Hos I s -MMD ByDoyle E. 't of one industrial leaders of students to continue their

Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida t .
ConnerOne this nation ever assembled in one medical
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 M.Sys sqL : K tOS s LEA supported this legislation because -
W WH R spot in our state.
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 F r. 'tNJ estimate of losses causedby This fine program was stagedby of the great need we have

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance the "big freeze" of last December the Seaboard Air Line Railroadto for more doctors, particularly in
comes to the conclusion it point out the importance of many of our rural areas and I

MEMBER OF will be several years before the forestry to this nation. The Sea- feel that this program will go a

Ig4 KBQ 1 Florida citrus industry can replace board ran one train from Jack- long way toward solving the seri-

I-4 A Florida Press Association (/SUWANNEl COUNTY( all the trees killed by the sonville and another from Tal- ous problem of shirtage of doc-

o CHAMBER Ja WHO SHOPS MEALS FORTHOSe AYEAR devastating cold and catch up lahassee for this event and industrial tors in this nation of ours.

c SUWANNEE COUNTY COMMERCE' 1,095... MOTHER PEAR with the normal rate of new leaders from all parts of more more more more more more

0 Chamber of Commerce plantings. the country came to enjoy the Feed Grains Bill Passes
sine', E \ Requirements for normal new Last week the House also passed

o ASK Pip plantings and resets for the next day.The legislature came from Tal- the Feed Grains Bill which pro-
Ot ct soc ',rs use three years, based on the averageof lahassee and I was particularly vides for a voluntary program
tH are
PU. M o l 5... Y oQ4E the past three years' produc- proud that Florida's able Senior that I believe will assist us in
Mo sR Ri tion of nursery stock are put at Senator Spessard Holland couldbe solving our huge farm surplus

-- CSPS 8,193,717 trees. Adding this to a with us for this occasion. Gov- problem. I voted for this bill.

Don't Aim You' Car; Steer It _,___ total of 9,056,138 trees up to 8 ernor Farris Bryant headed a One of the aspects I like most

years old believed to have been distinguished list of state offici- about the program is that it is

! The record $104,400 judgment awarded recently by killed in the freeze gives a grand als there for the program. voluntary, and it does not pro-

the Suwannee County Circuit Court for damages incurred total of 17.249,855. This event was planned and hibit a farmer from planting as

in a negligent accident should be an eye-opener for -all It Happened In So, it's figured we need 17ft staged by Robert Hoskins for- much as he wants. But if he

motorists.For million young trees for plantingin estry agent for the Seaboard and voluntarily reduces his acreage.

some people, the judgment represents a stern the 1963-66 period. However he did a magnificent job. The then he can qualify for parity i
reminder the number of trees surviving in and the officials of Live payments.
that the courts take a dim view of careless slau- Suwannee people
ghter County nursery stocks at the start of this Oak and Suwannee County pro- Grant To Gadsden CountyI
on our highways. Others learned rather drama-
year (after the freeze) is esti- last
vided every conceivable bit of assistance was pleased
tically, that the courts can be an instrument of
generous- mated at only 1,638,744. That of
for the program. It was week that the Department
and just-claim settling. :? means the present shortage in an unqualified success and, the Health, Education and Welfare

Most important, the record decree is indicative of F.ri 1923 1938 1953 estimated requirements for the demonstrations carried out pointed had approved a grant of $2.000
the awesome financial burden that one could incur in a next three years is more than most vividly to the importanceof for an $80,000 project in Quincyfor

a split-second of recklessness that crippled or maimed an- 15ft million.If the forestry industry to our the Gadsden County Health

other human being.It From The Files Of The citrus nursery production in great state. Center.
the next three years continuesat I was proud and grateful that This new health center is need-
is true that the recent judgment was won, by default the rate of the past
t :1 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT average an area in our district had been ed in Quincy and I was glad to
the plaintiff's claim not being contested by the de : three years 4t will take more selected as the site for this out- see this grant approved It wUl

fendants. And if the claim had been contested, it would than 5 years to catch up on our standing program. I mean much to the health and

likely have been considerably reduced. Nevertheless, a Forty Years Ago - 1923 present shortage.The Development Of Our Waterways I welfare of the people of Gadsden

precedent financial responsibility has been'set in this During the past four months, County.
The boys of Live Oak had a Peanut race: James Brooks,
county. Because of this precedent, the price of wanton time last Thursday estimates I've quoted are we have been working on a large
glorious good first John Collins, second. Loan Approved For
; ,
furnished by Gerald G. Norman,
destruction in Suwannee will likely climb a lot higher in afternoon when Field Day was first number of projects which would
Sack race: Eugene Carter ; assistant chief plant inspector of Blountstown IndustryA
the future. benefit our district in the development -
observed by the Rotary Club. Lem Huggins, second; William
our Division of Plant Industry of its rivers harbors project we have been working -
The possibility of acquiring such an overwhelming Promptly at the appointed hour Long third. in charge of our Citrus Budwood i and sea industries.I diligently on was culminatedlast

liability is sobering. A $50,000 or $75,000 judgment, for 3 o'clock several hundred boys High school relay: Alton Mc- Registration Office at Winter am glad to report that we are week when the Area Rede-

example, would be only partially covered by the average left for the springs, being conveyed Cullers, Frank Cannon Clayton Haven. much encouraged about the pros- velopment Administration announced -

insurance policy. The balance owed of such a sum wouldbe thither by automobile. Bass and Alfred Airth. Although he emphasized his pects for the Two Mile Channelat i that it had approved a

high enough to financially ruin a young man for life, Prizes in the various events Leap frog race: Jesse Graham, estimate is purely personal and Apalachicola Bay which is $2,783,000 industrial loan to the

or wipe out the lifetime savings and accumulations of an were awarded dash as Frank follows:Cannon, James Brooks, Loyzell Harrell unofficial, I don't believe there's very much needed. The Corps of I Coastal Timber Land and Pulp

older person. 100-yard : second and Joe Sanders. anyone in the state better quali- Engineers informs us that this Corporation of Blountstown, to
Alton McCullers
first; ; fied to analyze our citrus situa- establish plant facilities for
This is not a pleasant thought. But it bears keepingin Fred Sivia, third. project appears to be eligible as a pro-
called meeting of tion. His report says in part: ducing hardwood and softwood
There small
was a navigation project and they
mind, especially when you look over the top of a 220-yard dash: Fred Sivia, first; I
"Figures carefully compiledfrom products.The .
OES the
Israel the Tuesday evening are going ahead with plans for
steering wheel and down accelerator.This Alton McCullers second;
press on an official nursery invoices, and as accurate -
ocasion being the first the program. It appears that it project will create 350 new
year, 1963, is barely four months old, and already Weiss third.440yard .dash Carl Bennett visit of the Worthy Grand Ma- as any such figures can will be late this spring when the jobs. Supporting the ARA loan

three Suwannee County residents have died in auto Bass: second LoU- tron of the state, Mrs. Oglesby of be, show that from July 1, 1957 engineering studies are sent to which will run for 15 years at 4
mishaps that may have been avoided. A number of other ; Clayton third. ; I Bartow who, after the business to June 30, 1962 a total of 11.- Washington for final action. We per cent interest, is an $884,000
ie Tedder
people have been seriously injured and crippled in traffic High jump: Clayton Bass, first; session of the afternoon had been 894,400 nursery trees were planted are hopeful that it will be given loan by the Allis-Chalmers Com-

accidents. This is not a pretty record. Louie Tedder second. transacted delivered a splendid in the state. By my estimate, favorable consideration and this pany and a $442,000 investmentby
address on "The Spirit of Broth- 50 per cent of these, or 5,947,495 work begun. the Calhoun County Indus-
Your automobile can be an instrument of death Standing broad jump; Alton
trees 5 old or less must be
erhood. years Recently we introduced a bill trial Development Corporationplus
and destruction for McCullers first; Wister Fielding, "
you, your family, or some replaced. which would provide for the $221,000 in equity capital
other person. It can also be a friend, business aid, or second; Howard Gronto, third. PORTER NOTES "Trees 5 to 8 years old planted. establishment of a much needed from Coastal Timber.
Alton BAND
source of entertainment. Which one it shall be depends McCullers Running, first broad; Flank jump:Cannon, "Tootle" Dexter, said the engine -, during the period 1954-57 totaled I channel at Lanark, Village east This new plant will provide a

on you and your common sense. Don't aim your car; second. of the Band Bus "froze up" 6,045,501. By my estimate one- of Carrabelle. We have previously much needed boost to the econ-

,steer it.Applause. v 75-yard dash: E. Bullard, first: coming from the springs on Field third of these or"2,016,148 trees announced that the Corps of omy of this section of our district -

"-1 Jim Graham, second; James Day. Prof. Green would have said must be replaced Engineers will dredge out the and I am proud to see this
He estimates this year's nursery ,
Bob Sikes Channel in Franklin
plant underway.
Hightower third.Swimming "bet" up. Anyhow the engine '
1 race: E. Bullard, stopped, and the boys had to production would have been County. We have also been successful Greenville High Class Visits-

first; Denton Price second; Kite carry water in their horns for the 2,731,219 trees of which 40 per in getting a Coast Guard Many of our high school classes
cent of all budded stock, or 1,092 rescue station established at Car-
third. radiator. have visited, or are planning vis-
For The Smcannee High Band _..... 495 trees, were freeze-killed. rabelle. Its to Washington this year. We

I Ticentv-Five Years Ago - -19illl "Since our maximum. production The development of our water were disappointed that we were
., d
We are proud of the Suwannee High School Band. -- of nursery stock for any one resources is a challenging pro- back in the district on April 17
of Live Oak twirled the
About 800 spectators gatheredon Brewer (1960-61)has been 2,835,190 gram for us. We have the natural -
Last weekend the band participated in the state for Branford, year when the Greenville High group
lawn Saturday first innings
Courthouse seven
band contest held in Ft. Walton Beach and couped eight the Sickle finishing. Hitting trees," Norman concludes "it is resources we are richly visited in Washington. Our office
afternoon to witness the May Day Van
that it will be several blessed in this regard but
apparent we
five excellents. staff visited with them and
and the
superior ratings Only slightest by the local honors were garnered by Van we
program sponsored must take
years before we can replace advantage of our opportunities -
of margins one point kept the group from winning are sure they had an enjoyable
'- P-TA and the Suwannee County Sickle.
1 the trees lost due to the freeze to develop them. stay in Washington.
an overall superior honor. Junior Chamber of Commerce.The Granville Wilt of Blackshankhas
that I
even if you consider am Need For Doctors EmphasizedThe
win king and Franklyn been found in Suwannee Many other classes will be com ,
To the superior rating; the concert band must queen 10 or even 20 per cent over in my
Harriet the week the first House of Representativeslast ing in the next month or so, and !
be judged superior. The Suwannee Concert Band, scored Richardson and Laura County past estimates:'
week passed HR 12 or the we are always glad to them.
Cantrell andtheir court were time in several seasons. see
i 18 out of a possible 20 points, one point short of superior. There are people in the citrus
chosen on the basis of health This is a bacterial diseases that
business who will tell Norman's -
While in one sense it may be tragic to come so close records. The court included Do- attacks tobacco stalks through if you
and yet miss, it is certainly an honor to possess the skill lores Creekmroe Sydney Conner their roots. Henry W. Clark eight on the conservative are side.anything

and ability to get so close to receiving the highest state- Mary Ann Jacobs Cecil Crawford miles southwest of the city reported -

wide honor that a prep band can achieve. The competition Al Robinson, and Reginald the first instance of the In view of the huge shortage

in these band events is getting steep. Out of 30 bands Crews.' Train bearers were Rob- disease. Another field was reported which Norman's analysis indicates 19rc0sayIn

competing this meet all of whom received superior ert Green and I. F. Wiggins. infested in the Branford area. it is obvious the demandfor

ratings in their districts only six of them won the coveted Landis Barnett son of Mr. and young citrus trees Is going to
Mrs. E. Mack Barnett of O'Brien, G. W. (Bob) Sanchez was selected -
= state superior honor.In be heavy for some time to come.
has been named the outstanding4H to head the Suwannee
Such a situation is bound to attract -
terms of band productiveness, the state meet was Club boy during the past County Junior Chamber of Com- businesssome
into the
I Suwannee's finest hour. The group scored superior rat-I year. He was selected by a com- merce during the coming year at unscrupulous nursery individualswho

= ings eight in all in such performances as sightread-I mittee who closely studied 4-H the annual election of officers will expect to peddle to un- A Corner Of ArizonaIn

ing, stage band and drill. In addition, a indii i projects. Monday night. Alfred T. Airth suspecting buyers anything that Arizona the OOOOOmemberNavajo All of which prove that thingsare

vidual band members were judged superior and excellent.I Landis' projects his general attitude was named first vice presidentwith looks like a citrus tree. Indian Tribe recently en- the same all over. It seems
indicative of the overall balance and toward club and schoolwork the second vice presidentpost countered
These honors are On the other hand, many of its first serious elec-- rather sad, somehow though to
I training of the band. No one group is appreciably more and other work necessaryfor going to Thomas H. Radford. our reputable, established nurser- tion campaign in the history of see the Indians get mired downin

skilled than the other. a farm boy to achieve high ies are likely to expand their the tribe. And the campaign was the corn of our own election

And it follows that the band's overall performance is levels were considered. term Circuit in Suwannee Court for County the spring con- operations in an effort to meet veteran enough to political bring campaigner.a smile to any campaigns.We .

personal tribute to Band Director Harry Grant whose the needs of our many Florida have stolen
a Branford and Madison baseball vened here Monday with Judge For the first time the Indians just about all
highly competent leadership and instruction has carried teams tangled in a free-for-all Hal W. Adams on the bench. growers.To were subjected billboard ad- the land from the Indians Intro-

the fortunes of the Suwannee Band beyond its wildest slugfest in Branford Sunday with Keith Black as state's attorneyand anyone planning to buy vertising and newspaper ads. The duced them to firewater, and

a dreams of four years ago. Mr. Grant is to be commended.In the Suwannee County lads the O. O. Edwards as assistant young citrus trees I want to offer radio stations on the reservation now we have brought them to the
a word of advice: Do business full fruits of the
victors 20-10. the state. elec-
addition, we recognize the small but driving force were representing (which covers part of Arizona
ONLY with a reputable nursery- tion the
process political cam-
behind the band which comprises the Band Parents As-I Ten Years Ago - 1953 man whose integrity and reputa- New forth Mexico with political and Utah) blared paign, in which they must listen
The tireless efforts of these individuals have
tion for fair dealing are known to to the gas from various candi-
afforded the band a number of luxuries and necessi- An epidemic of dog poisoninghas charge of the Live Oak and you ar can be verified. ments. dates. If they turn back to their
spread in Live Oak the past Madison Episcopal churches has One candidate chimed: "Shin-
that it would not have had otherwise. old
ties _
to When you give an order for a na-hata-bay-sz-shi". That ways and even go on the warpath -
few weeks it was reported here announced his resignation meant
This dynamic group, for example, is largely responsible today. The dogs were properly take place June 1 when he will specific stock, you expect to receive "I stand on my record." Another there will be a lot of secret

.trI for acquiring the flashy new uniforms that the bandso licensed and inoculated. leave to become rector at Holy the quality and type you blared: "Ashnot-olita." That understanding going for them.

proudly wears. In addition, the Band Parents went to City officials said it would go Innocents Church at Auburn. Ala. specify. Unless you buy from a means: "We need a change." -Lake Wales News

bat to.provide the band with the comfortable transportation just as hard as they could makeit reputable source you could wake
of Greyhound buses to and from Ft. Walton. Thanksto for the coward who is respon- up one day to find you have been I Safety Belts Should Be Required .
swindled. And you probably -
the contributions of highly enthusiastic and sible for the poisoning if and The United States Air
: generous a Herb Wadsworth journalism wouldn't know it until two to Force in and deaths! One has to think over -
supporting community, these things were accomplished.The when he is caught. senior at the University of Florida three years AFTER your pur- Europe recently ordered that all that figure of a hundred deathsa

Suwannee High School Band represents and reflects ,'was one of 12 students tap- chase. It usually takes that long officers and enlisted men driving day for a while and visualize it

credit upon this community and its school system. Believe it or not but John Doe ped Saturday by Florida Blue before your new trees give proofof belts private installed.automobiles This is have the seat to realize what the highway toll Is
We heartily commend the band for its skill, its public was arrested here last week for Key, student achievement frater- what they will bear. such command for an entire costing emotional the nation in human life,

service, and the recognition it has brought and will con- turning around in the middle of nity. Bill Gunter and Jimmy from So, I repeat deal with an theatre in the armed forces. fatal manpower suffering lost,, Injuries not

tinue to bring to our community. the street. He forfeited a $5 bondin Hatch two other students recently established reputable nursery- While we have some doubts and lives and families property shat-destroyed -

city court.Suwannee Suwannee County were man. His honesty and experienceare about the infringement of individual tered beyond repair.In .
i elected campus your only assurance that he right in ordering an many states safety devices,

Selfishness wrecks nations, just as it wrecks individ- County's 14th Home win deliver what you pay for. personnel to take such action involving such as seat belts, have been

uals. Demonstration Club was organized their own personal cars mandatory for years but there are
-- large crowd of some 500 folks effect on safety. is on the credit still many cars oa the road
at the Beulah Church Wednesday DEATH BY ERROR
packed the Live Oak school audi- do not have these

-.\A, nation. is as strong as its average citizen and no porter.announced Mrs. Lloyd yesterday.Allbritton Mrs.- torium Saturday night for the Studies by The Travelers Insu- side.We are killing about a hundred They should be installed safety features.on an

stronger. county 4-H Rally at which Glen- rance Companies show driver error people a day In the United Statesin cars and eventually
W. C. a de-
I ., Starling was elected to head
U da Lee Fletcher and Bobby Carl- and lack of judgement were auto wrecks and this is a fig- vise will be
the for an
new organization.Rev.
son were crowned king and queenas responsible for 32,300 death -and ure hard to believe. Yet the total cars In operation, whatever the

Successful living, :which few, of.us. acquire,..,depends.. the most outstanding 4-Hers more than 2,900,000 injuries on each year climbs to something year of manufacture
i iiPon simple:_ things. : "**:, ':"J-j-" Merrill Stevens, -priest'in in the county for this year. U. S. highways in 1962. between thirty and forty thous- The Lake Wales -N9ISPAGE




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MondayThe gifts: :for/

Gleanor Sunday School _
., Clas sof the First Baptist Church
met in the home of the teacher
it: OMEN Mrs. Phil Goff, Monday evening.
The twelve members present
enjoyed a covered dish supper before -
i+ri's 1 CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor the meeting.Ms. .
John Leon vice president,
presided over the meeting.
fl t Crews-Cannady Nuptial Rites Held In The devotion "What Is A
<< Mother" from the Book of Proverbs -
The First Baptist Church, Jasper was read by Mrs. Floyd o

:Miss Patricia Cannady became the bride of Lee Monroe Fairbanks.Mrs. .
J, H. J. Evans gave a reporton
I Crews, III in a double ring ceremony Sunday -
I,' .. April the twenty-eighth at four o'clock in the First .the Swan's April Nursing.Home.It project concerningMrs. .

:l Baptist Church of Jasper. was announced that the May
'lJ The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. project was to honor an elderly Little gifts mean a lot to Mother when they come from you! And, they will
John Clyde Cannady of Jasper. I. Mrs. James McGauley of Wash- couple selected for Mothers Day.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. ington, D. C., was her sister's The next meeting will be in the mean even more to her when they also come from our store! To make your
1 k and Mrs. Lee Monroe Crews Jr., matron of honor. Bridesmaidswere home of Mrs. Frank Haddon.
( of Live Oak. Miss Virginia Vickery, Miss There being no further businessthe shopping easier, select her gift from this advertisement. Telephone orders ac
The officiating minister was Janease Griner and Miss Diane clas sadjourned by repeating
Rev. Sayer Canova. Crews of Live Oak, sister of the their class verse in unison. cepted. .
) The church was beautifully groom. -. ,
decorated for the occasion, a The matron of honor wore a > .
is the word
strew blossoms from a Lovely for these creations.
columned arch rose above they oocktail length' dress of mint orange .... '
basket with white :
small white
pulpit and was flanked by tall green chiffon over taffeta designed They are styled to charm the receiver aadi
ti cathedral candelabra with lighted with a low neckline that fea- satin ribbon showers. ... .
candles. The altar was markedby tured a fitted bodice from which Radiant in her gown which N _- .. -", priced to please the giver.
heavy garlands of fern as was fell a full skirt. Her pumps were was also worn by her sister a year -.:<11-: -0
the bride escorted to the : /::
1 the arch and at intervals large matching green satin. The bride ago .
white mums were tied with white designed the tiny pill box hats altar by her father. The floor ,-' -,'
satin ribbon. Two exquisite flor- which were all made from the length wedding dress of silk white -
al arrangements featuring white attendants' dress material and mist over bridal satin fashionedwith i SATIN,
mums gladioli and lilies were worn by the matron of honor, the a fitted bodice that featured -
silhouetted against the bridal al- bridesmaids, and the flower girl. a low neckline outlined in 'AND
tar. White mums tied with large Mrs. McGauley carried a laven- delicately embroidered seed pearls LACE
white satin bows were fastened to der orchid with ribbon showers. and sequins which was repeated kt-'P
the family pews. The attendants wore dresses across the blouse which had long I : PANTIES
Mrs. James Coe played a pro- made identical to the honor at- sleeves ending in points over the
gram of wedding music and Har- tendant. They were of wild mint hands. The skirt featured a bouf-
V vey Oehlert Jr., baritone soloist, green with matching accessoriesand fant fullness with exquisite scal-
: sang "Whither Thou Goest" and they carried nosegays of lops extending into a chapel
r "The Wedding Prayer". white carnations flatted in, green train. She carried a white Bible
The bridegroom had as his best with white ribbon showers. The with a spray of phalaenopsis or- r :. SCALLOPED
chids. the waist tiered
Her below
man his cousin David McNeillJr. flower girl, Beverly Russell, wore
., of Live Oak and usher- a full dress, a replica of the veil fell from a crown of silk FLARE
groomsmen were Reggie McNeill, bridesmaids, and she wore match- scattered with pearls and sequins.
Madison Moye and C. W. Goff ing green slippers and a small Mrs. Cannady mother of the %
f Jr.. all of Live Oak. corsage of white carnations. She bride, wore a sheath style gown
*.! beige peau d'ange with lace SLIP, L
I over the bodice in the same shade
J'l rs. Randall Herring of beige and matching pumps. Her :-

hat was of mint green and beige : j 4, \.1. (',43
J petals. A shoulder corsage of ,

white carnations completed. her
costume. ,te SLIP
Mrs. Crews, mother of the

bridegroom, was gowned in a ., OF
light blue lace dress made along
f.f,4n.. simple lines with a slight flareto BLACKNYLON
the short skirt. Her pumps and
:. : '<;t ...,'. hat were of the matching blue
14 fK r' and her corsage was carnations.
'jr; Reception

Exquisite arrangements of all
35, white flowers carried out the mint
: green and white motif used at I
i tigY g t x. ": the wedding. Bouquets of white LACE

i > roses hydrangea, carnations, and APPLIQUE
,. .
'" : : lilies enhanced by greenery and
grouped candelabra holding white 'h
tapers-were used about the church
educational reception room where SLIP _
4.Y j4 : the bride's parents held the reception _
A f% _
,h;a;. : x. immediately following the -
church ceremony. The bride's
table was covered with a white h'ii j.
+' embroidered silk nylon cloth.I : 'Y.
h sM Festoons of smilax edged the ; : LACE
table and were caught at the ezf
ph no
corners with nosegays of valley TRIM
lilies. The glow from two three-
branched silver candelabra illum-
t+ 9v v .Y inated the elaborately embossed BRIEF
three-tiered wedding cake. The
W NTx .IM v cake frosted in white was embossed
1 F In white roses. Topping the
I" .'x n cake was the traditional ,bridal "
K .f. couple., The cake was posed on a

L .. >f. .. ,_. .;tay.3p.( .;.< ruffle of satin and bridal illusion.
; .: .. ? :': .t:. When the couple left for
: ::1JL ,... ; ... ; <: :;i i11r. their
unannounced honeymoon the
and Airs. Lamar Butts of Rt. Four, Live Oak, announce bride was wearing a moss green
the marriage of their daughter, Patricia Gayle Ballon, to Randall suit of silk linen with matchingpill
Herring son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Herring also of Rt. Four inStatenvi box hat topped with colorful
le, Ga. on April twentyseventh.Both flowers and veiling. Her acces-
attended Suwannee High School. sories matched and she wore an

They are residing at the Powell Apartments in this city. orchid corsage. ".: %,? ..
After May the fifth the couple
will reside -at Yulee where the .
bridegroom is with the Florida II I I
Wildlife Commission as an officer.




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brought $18.50-$18.75, wh&e commons
'At"Kiicanis Luncheon him "to stay away from that LIVESTOCK to 141 compared with J13 sold pounds with one utility bringing traded from $14-$18. Com

place". r the week before while hog ,tradj j $17.Standard mon cows brought $14-$16 one

Industrial Arts Teacher Cites The ofifcers said they returnedto ing continued steady with 575 sold heifers sold from $20- Inferior sold for $10, and one tow-

'> the scene and await any fur- REPORTBy over 560 at the previous sale. $20.75 with overfills down to $18. common cow-calf pair (375.

1 ther outbreaks. ,Sometime later George C. Avery of the Florida Utilities brought $16.25-$18.25, pounds) brought 1950.

Need For Technical Training"We Bembry drove up and tangled FLORIDA STATE State Marketing Bureau said and one cutter sold for $14. Utili- Sows weighing between 180-400

with Jenkins who was lurking in MARKETING _BUREAU trading was active with demand ty cows brought $15-$17. cutters pounds brought $1150-$12. 400-

are now producing students that are 'techno the shadows near the Coca-Cola good for all classes. sold from $12.50-$15.50 and can- 500 pounds $10, and boars brought

logical illiterates," Ken Wood, industrial arts instructorat Plant. Police said Jenkins was Cattle and calf trading at the Slaughter cows were strong ners traded for $11-$11.50. $7.
: Suwannee armed with a section of pipe. Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- while stocker calves were steady Cutter bulls brought $15.25-
High School, told Kiwanians last week. Medium and good feeder pig.:
Wood said that because of the great swing to specia- Phillips fined Bembry $25 and ket Wednesday May I, moved up !to one dollar higher, he said. All $16.75. -all weights-brought $1175-
lization and the so-called "basic"or emphatically warned him not to other classes were too few in one High-standard and good calves $14.
emphasis on technology, '
come back.Kennard. or both weeks for accurate price brought $21-$22.50; utilities sold
has the
"fundamental" education Other cases appearing on
Anderson colored, comparison. i from $17.50-$1955. Utility veal-
not kept pace with the changing court docket included Sam Rye.
charged with public drunkenness, Avery reported that feeder- traded from $16.25$20.50.A .
world. Mayor Gives Man charged with drunkenness, for- ers You Get Fall: Value
told the Mayor he passed out in stockers made up 70 per cent of few good feeder-stocker steers
technical world, feited $15 bond; Ervin Jenkins, Plus Interest On Your
"We live In a
the city restroom because of an the run while calves were 60 per brought $21 commons sold from S
and it's becoming more so,'.' he 10-Day SentenceOn I apileptic fit rather than an excessof fighting, case continued; Annie cent of the total.A $14.75-$17, and mediums were absent Earnings With
worId'look Morgan, drunkenness, forfeited
said. "Other peoples in the '
alcohol. few standard slaughter .steers from the run. U.S.SAVINOST
for technical $15 bond and $2 costs; Elmer
to us chiefly
brought $21-$21.25 hundred A few low-medium heifers
Phillips directed a ,question to per
assistance rather than for our City StreetsMayor Keen Bunch, drunkenness, case 'I BOND STAMPS
philosophy or governmental sys the arresting officer. I continued; Thomas T. Hart,

tem." J. Marvin Phillips in "He was drunk, Mayor, that'sall drunkenness, forfeited $15 bond CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING Given On
that was wrong with him" and $2 costs; Clayton Ragan
Wood noted that the term City Court today lashed James
the policeman answered. driving without license, forfeited ENGINEERSFOR Brake Trammission
"basic education" has been kicked Deese with a 10-day sentence on A Service
around the school curriculum with the city streets. "As soon as the whiskey got out $25 bond and $2 costs; Louis LP OR NATURAL GAS
of him' he didn't have any more Byrd, drunkenness, forfeited $15
such carelessness that it no longer Deese was arrested for drivinghis We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
fits, is that right the Mayor de- bond and $2 costs Huel Kuykendell -
has any meaning. Basic edu- vehicle while his driver's license i ; blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
clared. running red light, forfeited for LP and Natural Gas. N
altogether -
cation for one be was under suspension froma
person may
what Phillips fined the Negro $15 or $5 bond; C. M. Peterson, reckless We lend or sell tanks or have metered system- whichever the Oil ChangeS
different from driving while intoxicated charge.;
15 days in jail. driving, forfeited $25 bond.COMET customer prefers.
i could be classed as basic education He plead not guilty to driving SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS All Auto Repairs

for another, he explained. his automobile. However, arrest- -- .
I Wood categorized industrialarts ing officers testified that he was
training as a desirable ingredient operating his vehicle. 66 SERVICE

in any student's educa- The Mayor fined Deese $50 and s BM ..... LONE-I HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida

tional picture, regardless of what suspended his license for three .
s ...
kind of brand label may..be applied months for DWI in City Court : <.. :i
to it. last week., Phillips' last words of

"Arts", he said, "include any warning to Deese were "if you 4C NFW4OPA /)
., ,..... A
drive while '
endeavor that brings satisfaction. your driver's licenseis VAHGE I
to man." suspended it carries an auto- ,

Wood stressed the importanceof matic Jail sentence". : NITY

an industrial arts program in The Mayor fulfilled the requirements ;

the training of .students who do of the law. I,
For Sale-Real EstateFOR
not go on to college. He pointedout "I wish, Mr. Marvin, you'd let O FOR SALEFOR
that in Suwannee County, approximately me go on and go to work," Deese LITTLE ADS
70 per cent of the asked."I SALE -Two bedroom block SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins

high school graduates for various am, right after lunch" Phillips BIG RESULTS house in Pinewood SubDivision. guaranteed not to leak.
reasons do not enter college.He retorted. kt Low monthly payments and Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf

emphasized that an indus- And Deese was escorted back to BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever small equity. Contact Joe Brin-
FOR SALE-New and used plan.
trial arts program can be an invaluable the county jail. the purpose, you will son. nc tf
; os. Frier Music Co., North OWc
asset in helping to teach Louis Phillip Bembry faced the f; find Democrat classifieds do
FOR SALE 100 ft. frontage on Ave, Live Oak, 3622188.
.j the and welL
job, quickly
non-college youth a trade, or assist court and plead not guilty to a - Hwy 90, 1 mile west of city lim- ego tf

them in developing technical fighting charge. Bembry was POWER DEADLINE FOR INSERTION its, several large pecan trees.
skills. fined by the Mayor for fist 5:00 P3L-Tuesdays O. J. Rose, Rt. 1 Box 244, Live FOR SALE Herd bull, 1 cow
Following his discussion Wood fighting several weeks ago. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Oak. pbbe 49-52 with bull calf, 3 heifers all
film of the activities in the The arresting Polled Herefords. T
ran a officers testified registered
2Vi cents per word, with a
Suwannee High School IndustrialArts they were called to a ruckus near x FoIt: minimum At 75*. FOR SALE Three bedroom A. Rowand & Son, Call 362-

Class. The students formeda John's Drive In across the street (All classifieds must be paidin brick home, tile bath, carport, 2360. pbbe 48-52

mock corporation and produced from the Coca-Cola Plant. Theofficers Nowaeo! ';cyclone:V-S.available fa every modal | advance. natural gas heating, hot water i.

knife holders as their project. A said Bembry and a youth, iY%aw.+*'IV'XvwOvWk WA Ift rftf lAXn. > X V rf-'i'W-t *v.n.W* rf-WWVWJ j*v WviflAWW VAi A-'UlO-\"' 3 '* ONE WEEK FREE heater Cable TV. 304 Martha IF YOU HAVE GUM, HICKORY -

student even took the film. Ervin Jenkins, had been involved < Classifieds ordered for four St., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- CYPRESS OR OTHER

Wood narrated the film at the in the fray but had left the scene. weeks run the last week free. 2505. pbbe 49-52 HARDWOOD TIMBER FOR

recent national convention of the The officers then located Bem- $2.25 will pay for a 30 word SALE CALL H. C. CROSS &
bry, asked advertisement for four weeks. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house one
Association of Industrial Arts him questions
con- TOP
SONS AT 362-2079 FOR
Democrat Classifieds and half baths Blackburn
Use Suwannee -
a on
Teachers and Supervisors. He was cerning the ruckus, and advised Icing for the cake! You can get V-8 scat in any for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. Ave Inquire at Wilson's Grocery PRICES. pdjj 50-2
urged to make this appearance by
the State Department of Educa- district Comet. Plus fine-car styling. smoother ride. best resale Mayo Road, Live Oak. Fla.
commander. John E. Hen- tf FOR SALE: Three used refrigerators -
record. Scat That's Cometl cge
ley of Steinhatchee value style economy.
tion.The was elected two electric, one gas.
film met with considerable Third District executive commit- VISIT FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between Phone 362-1148. pbbe 51-2
interest from Industrial arts teeman. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.
peo- Dr. B. E. Daniel's office
ple who tops in their field RA TUFF MOTOR! COMPANY Machine, machlneless, and cold
are Refreshments of sandwiches, and A & W Root Beer Stand, FOR SALE Small Engine Sales
in the nation. A number of them cakes, tea, and coffee were served.: E. Howard St. Phone 362-1112 wave permanents given. Operators 40 ft frontage, 137 foot deep, and Service. Lawn mower service -
requested the use of the film as Annie H. Mills Myr- $8000. cge tf and parts. Farm-ette and

a model. tice Croft, and Frances John- Economy Lawn and Garden

This mass production film plus son. Phone 3621831. cge tf FOR SALE Three bedroom, 1 yZ tractors. Prices from $399. Electric -

demonstrations of machines and bath, house. Large lot in LIb- Service Co. 995 JHfa st.
displays of projects will be featured Douglass High School parents and erty Heights. For information Phone 3623061. pbbe 51-2

at Thursday the Industrial Arts openhouse ... i" P-TA patrons now.are We urged need to your Join help.their call 362-1437. cbbe 51-1 WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCT

evening. Call J. L. Bevell. principal, 362- FOR SALE -Brick veneer home,
Watkins Quality Products Tra-
V A P 0 R JET tf screened
: 1192. cge porch, large shadedlot. ditional in America since 1868

Choice location. Call 362-
Legion Auxiliary : : Septic cleaning.tank Suwannee and drain, Madison field 3274. cge tf are your brought Watkins to you Dealer.exclusivelyby For

and Hamilton Counties. Call J. FOR SALE Small down pay- prompt service call or come

Members Attend W. Darby Jasper after 6 p.m. ment, low monthly payments of by Mrs. Willard Brannon's at

:, FULLY AUTOMATIC-DIESEL FIRED cajj tf $71.00, two year old brick Phone 362-1883, 485 Barclay
St. SW, Live Oak. 51-2
home three bedrooms, bath pbbe
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MeetingMrs. carport, large storage area,
Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. FOR SALE 14 ft. Lyman lap-
TOBACCO CURER <; natural gas heating. See at 1461
Irby H. Black Mrs. Fran- ; ,'... .'-. Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 Pearl St., or call 362-3585. strake fiberglassed boat, excel

ces Pike, and Mrs. Arthur Crowe, cbdj 52-54 lent for fishing and skiing, 25
members of the American Legion FARMERS: It takes money to horse electric Evinrude motor,
Auxiliary, attended the Third make money.See your cooperative like new. Oneal Johnson Rt. 1,
District Constitutional PCA for a farmerplannedloan. For Sale-Automotive Phone 776-2420. Best offer.
Conference Terms up to 7 years. See 52
Sunday, held at the Lafayette North Florida Production Credit cge

County Community Center in Association, S. Ohio Ave., FOR SALE 1957 36 ft. house
Mayo. Live Oak Florida
trailer In
excellent condition.
Two members attending from caB tf
Has two bedrooms and bath-
the local American Legion laarirrr
were ,
R a room with tile and shower
Joe Hill Smith and Henry Edmi- WOULD LIKE TO borrow money.
$1,675. $229 down and $43 per
?" If you are interested in lending
sten.The Si SPECIALS! month. See at Morgan's Trailer -
meeting was called to order $40.000 at 8% interest for a per- Park. pge 52
at 2 pan. by R. O. Hatcher, iod of 10 years to put in a drivein 59
district commander. The invoca- eating place between Dr. FORD $1195

(tion was given by Rev. L L. Bar- Daniel's office and the A & W Country Sedan V-8 Auto. FOR RENTFOR

ber and the welcome address by Rootbeer Stand, write to P. O. Trans., ps PB, Two-Tone
Paint R-H WSW.
Madison Smith. Box 209, Live Oak, Fla. Can put
Guy Morrow gave the response. up adequate land as security. 57 FORD .$ 695 RENT Unfurnished two

After the introductions of Legion ceeb-50-1 Ranch Wagon V-8 R-H, bedroom house, also one small
L house. Phone 362-2566.
officials and Auto. Trans.
guests Mrs.
pbbe 49-52
Everett EmrIck district president, ,B. A. Driver, 362-3051 or 362- 55 FORD : .. $ 395 i
introduced the
Auxiliary guests. 1086. Pbbe 51-2 Ranch Wagon V-8 Auto. FOR RENT: Large dean, furnished -
The Auxiliary adjourned for a Cuts Costs % Trans., Heat. apartment, 2 private en-
separate meeting where it heard Curing 30-40 And MoreThe Visit Branford's Beauty Shop. Five Other Late-Model trances, screened back porch.

reports from the different posts Cold waves, manicures, and Phone 3622441.
Wagons at Low .Low Prices cge tf
and held election for district of- complete beauty services. Operators ,
amount of profit make tobacco
you on your crop is the difference
Mary Drew Boatrightand Furnished front
Mrs. Ruby Van Deihl of Lake between what you get for it at the market, and the amount you've Kathryn Sykes. Phone 935- 59 RAMBLER $ 645 bedroom and connecting bed-

City was elected district presidentfor spent in producing and curing that crop. With a new VAPOR JET, 3295. ccjj 51-54 room if desired. Use of adjoining -
Super 4-Door Auto.
the coming year and Charlie carport. Also, extra large
Mercer of Monticello was elected fully automatic, diesel burning tobacco curer in your barn, you can Would like to care for your chil- Heater 5 Brand New Tires. back room furnished. Conveniently -

create the ideal curing conditions for your tobacco. The VAPOR JET dren," three years up, at my :58' CHEV. $ 495 located. Phone 362-2118,

burner is equipped with dual nozzles, producing 420,000 B.T.U.'s home, day or week. Mrs. J. C. Biscayne 4-Dnor, R-H Auto. 310 N. Shelby St. pge 51

FREE even in small barns instead of the Bennett, 318 Scriven Avenue. Trans., Good Family Car.
350,000 other
or so produced by Phone 362-1552, Live FOR RENT 3 room downstairs
KIDDIES SHOWAT brands. The VAPOR JET comes complete with four adjustable type Oak.pge 52 Many Other New Car apartment. Private bath, con-

THE AUMAR THEATRE ducts that will fit practically any barn and with an adjustableheat Trade-Ins lo ChooseAt veniently located. Nicely furn-
Saturday Morning From 10-12. The Big ABC ished. Phone 352-2208. cge tf
spreader on the end of each duct. VAPOR JET curers are avail- WANTED
Pick Up Your FREE Tickets At Used Car Lot
able in two sizes with dual thermostats on each size. WANTED Around 100 acres,
4 improved pasture land with Bank, GMAC or Personal eo Rewinding
OR You can cut the cost of curing tobacco 30-40
your % more by having water holes with or without a Financing Available,

A & W ROOT BEERFREE VAPOR JET, fully automatic, diesel burning curing systems installedin house. Preferred client ready to Repairs Any Kind and Electric Rewinding Motor

your barns now. buy. Write Nita Chesson. % OTT'SBROWN' Also Sales and Service
Marshall Bailey Real Estate,
1453-A Gulf to Bay Blvd, Clear-
SEE A DEMONSTRATION TODAY AT water, Fla. ccae 52-2 HcCnllen Electric Motor Repair
Telephone Day 302-3278

50 LEGHORN MOTORS 217 E.Night Howard 362-a6 8t




50 t lb. Grower $2.45 Saturday Morning From 10-12. HELP WANTED


GIBBS CO. Com. Phone 362-1081 Free Estimates WANTED Short order cook,
Cundiff Bros.Phone good salary Apply A &W Drive
362-2092 OR day or night service,
362-2734 A & W ROOT BEER licensed work guaranteed. E. C. *eU

'1,.;,_ ..-: ,I Faulkner. Plumber pbbe 50-1 (School Supplies at McCrfaea's)

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L Mrs. Helvenston AddressesParentDaughter FHA ". lAt Noted_ Evangelist Tomlinson Completes I State Beta Convention -Held In JacksonvilleThe I YOUNG" .' DRIVERS WORST .-

! .. Junior College Course annual Beta Club Con- Club, carried the girls to the con- Young drivers in 1962 had the
Banquet Slated To Speak Darus Tomlinson, son of ..Mr.and vention for the State of Floridawas vention and acted as chaperonefor worst record of any age group in
Mrs. B. S. Tomlinson Jr. of held at the George Wash- the trip. the United States. Men and women -
The Future Homemakers of America held their annual rural Live Oak, is home visitinghis ington Hotel in Jacksonville May All new and unfinished busi- under age 25 represent only
banquet Tuesday, April 30, and heard an inspiring At Advent ChurchGuest parents after attending Brev-. 3 and 4.Students. ness was taken care of and the about 15 per cent of the nation's
: address on the responsibility of citizenship delivered by Junior College in Cocoa. representing Suwan- new state officers were elected.At licensed drivers, yet they were involved -
f Mrs.: B.. W. Helvenston III. speakers will minister at ard Tomlinson will nee High School were Sheryl Pol- in nearly 29 per cent of aH
his visit I
the Advent Christian Church in After lsom. Susan Paulk and Carol I the close of the two-day meet- fatal accidents and in than
: { more
J he
t where
i The
theme for the banquet "Our American Heri- to Eau Gallie <
Live Oak this week end. return with the Boe- Adams. Mr. Massengill, the sponsor ing, a banquet and dance were 27 per cent of all non-fatal acci
rJ i f"tage" was conveyed through i. I The Rev. Allen B. Hodges of presently employed Canaveral. of the Suwannee High Beta held. dents.MhethDr.
I the decorations, the program, and ing Company in Cape
Lose Alton Bay, N. H., will address the .
. the food. Bulldogs Advent Christian Men's Fellow-
I Twenty-two girls were awarded Crucial GameThe ship on Thursday at 7:30 pan. The slash pine is still the main-
junior degrees. They were Karen According to an announcement stay in Florida's reforestation program -
Fortner Barbara Dorsey Shirley Suwannee High Bulldogs released by Kirk Gaskin presi- I with all other planted seedlings -
Lee, Barbara Mosely, Martha went down to defeat at the dent of the men's, group, Hodgeshas totaling hardly five per cent.
} Robinson Darlene Boden, Judy hands of the Fernandina Beach served his denomination as a 5
r Adams, Sylvia Patterson. Linda Pirates 8-3 Tuesday and lost the successful pastor. Bible leader, at the 7 pin. service.
t Gill Conna Johnson, Louise Keen Keystone Conference Champion- and evangelist. He is one of two The Rev. Gordon O. Reed editor I IGIFT
Sally Houston., Laura Thomas men to have served as National of the Present Truth Messen-
Kay Knight, Mary Alice Daniels. ship.The Fernandina game for the Evangelist and he is an outstanding ger, will be the guest speaker.Dr.
c Gayle Brookins. Sandra Thomas championship was the second Bible teacher.A Bixler was not only the beloved -
Barbara Tompkins, Sandra Hurst Joss in a row for the Bulldogs as male quartet including Ron pastor of the local church,
Linda Hingson and Marilyn Sapp. they wound up the baseball sea- Green, Stewart Nobles, Larry but was the founder and managerof
Chapter degrees were awardedto son with 13 wins and 2 losses. Odom and Jim Clayton will sing the Advent Christian Homeat
Barbara Dorsey, Louise Keen publicly for the first time. Dowling Park and the editorof

and Sally Houston. These three On Sunday, May 12, Mother's the Present Truth Messenger. SHOPPING IS A BREEZE WHEN YOU SHOPWORTH'S
girls earned during friend and
Junior Day will be observed at the He was a respected
their first semester and chapter morning worship service. The local counselor of hundreds of citizensof
degrees during the second. Suwannee DemocratSubscriptiollS congregation will join Advent Suwannee County.A .
Louise Keen welcomed the Christian Churches in the southin cordial invitation is extended SURPRISE STORE
', guests to the banquet and her commemorating the birthdayof to all who knew him to attend
mother, Mrs. Grace Keen, gave the late Dr. Burr A. L. Bixler this service.
the response. The Patterson Sisters New subscribers and those who
.'r Mona Silvia, and Carolyn have renewed their subscriptionsto
.1' entertained with three selections. the Suwannee Democrat from
\ Hostesses for the banquet were April 25 to May 2.
Mary Alice Daniels Louise Keen, NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMrs. THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick ," .
and Sheila Austin.
w The menu featured a tomato Lillian Bembry Jasper Veneer-One or Two Baths.
Titusville ':
J. B. Dean.
Juice appetizer turkey and dress- Mrs. --
, ing, peas and carrots, cinnamon Mrs. Gary Watson Lake FHA CONVENTIONAL
I apples stuffed with cream cheese Charles, La. or .. aM'
and nuts bread and butter, and Howard Hunt, BranfordMrs. Financing r
p gingerbread with lemon sauce for R. Eiterer, Wellborn SMALL DOWN PAYMENT }J1p'v Il/ .
dessert. William M. Wettstein. Bethesda -
1 Mrs. Susie Williams and Mrs. Md.SUBSCRIPTIONS. Located Edgewood Subdivision.
Y Kathryn Pryor are advisors for RENEWED
4 the Suwannee FHA Chapter. Foster L. Barnes, White Springs lfr&JuF&l3&F(
Mrs. Belle Golden Gainesville Contact /
F. D. Meeks, L. O. <
SuwanneeHigh J. J. Bryant Rt., L. O.
O. C. Jones, L O.
L B. F. Durham Rt., L. O.
P. M. Smith, L. O. 362-2057
Mrs G. A Rhea, Baton Rouge
MenuMay La.
Mrs. Bessie Warner, Rt., L. O. *
Mrs. Nora Clark, Rt., L. O. dk/
9 through May 15 Marie Leggett. JacksonvilleA. t s i

THURSDAY D. Evans Rt., L. O.
Hamburger Steak with Gravy Mrs. Julia Lepper, Rt., L. O. lea ,pe
Potato Baked Beans in Jacket Ruth Croft Rt.. L. O. (ilk(OJ

Dallas Bland, L. O. ,
\I' t Cherry Pudding North Florida Telephone Co.,
Bread Butter Milk L. 0.Suwannee. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA y
FRIDAY County Hospital, Phone 362-3111
Cold CutsMacaroni L. O. Adults 50c Children 20c h7 a 1k ,
& Cheese Tax Included
Mrs. Leola Dixon, OcalaW.
Acre Peas
C. Mallory Wilmington. N. 3:15
Monday Through Friday
C.Miss. : Saturday, 12:45
' Bar Lois Richardson, Rt., L.O.J. Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night 4 Ji
Bread Butter Milk
:MONDAY L. Blackwell L. O. .4 %

-I Sloppy Joe H.W.F.W.Boatright Hunter L.Hialeah O. FRIDAY-SATURDAY,1\IAY 10-11 lIrN--

Greens t George' Maeder, St. Petersburg J
Cinnamon Buns Mrs. Abbie Williams, Rt., L. O. -- :
Bread Butter Milk H L. Johns Wellborn RANDOLPH SCOTT JOEL McREAIn .. :_r.: .
TUESDAY Branford Feed Mills, Branford
Hamburgers Judson T. Pulmer Mayo .
Sliced Tomatoes/Sliced Onions ....
Virgil W. Scott Hialeah
Green Beans C. L. Brooks Jr., Jacksonville RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY t._ e
Jello with Fruit
Dunn Furniture Co., L. O.
BreadBuns.Butter_ Milk Roy L. Hagan. Rt., L. O. DRESSES-DRESSES i I
Feature No. 2 -
Mrs. Clem Landen, Rt., L. O.
Meat Mrs. R. J. Greene Perry ;; l

: Tossed Mashed Salad Potatoes DAMON AND PYTHIASAlso FOR YOUNG MOTHERS AND -, y.

Rolls Butter Milk
Small or Large Areas <" $6.99-$8.99-$10.99!


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Saturday Morning: From 1012. 963-2751
Pick Up Your FREE Tickets At Day 9632373or NEW SHIPMENT \

OR P. O. Box write 475 I CHOICEIN SWIMSUITS { j: f \


I $6.99
MAY 14-15 .


': $10.99 l : ?
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l -carry a full line of China, Crystal, TAB HUNTER SCOTT BRADYIn SPECIAL! SIZES 32-50 Jr $ .99

and Glass as well as Lamps, Oriental Objects REG. $3.99

Pictures, Oil Paintings, Artificial w

Arrangements and a wide selection of OPERATION BIKINIAlso -r, Now $3.29

other items. :

Much of our stock has not yet arrived, CARTOON NEWS ,- REG.. $2.29 As- .

but we are opening especially for your Now $2.29

i convenience in choosing an appropriate I FREE KIDDIE MATINEESATURDAY Ea
Mother's Day Gift. J 3 DAYS ONLY! :

We will also handle antiques at a later MAY 11 U THURS., FRI. & SAT.

10 AJ>L to 12 NOON


GIFTS ANDA&WDRIVEIN Your Dollars Are Worth More"

(formerly Julian's Flowers, ) II I I Howard Street TelephoneW. 362-1667 Live Oak, Florida .






NEW DEATH RECORD Descriptl of Land Sec.Twp.Rre. Au. Owner Y Amt. It Costa Description of Land See.Twp.Re, Acr. Owner Amt. ft CU

ar Lots 15, 16, 17 Bit t. J- E%1Lot;.20 ft Lot 21 BIk -
j County Ministers9 Column Motorists in 1962 raced down North East Sawauee .. 62. Lire Oak 23 2 13 Williams, Store ft Mary
Heights 135 U BrTant.1Geneva'tB. Kn. t.n I 1 Jane 11.27
the nations highways to a new It Lot Bee at Ft S of N # WH- Lot XI Bit 62. Live
ThePastor's Line of See 20 W of RR Oak 23 2 11 Presley Henry A Loathe 25.IS
auto death record
and tragic R/W A: Run S 105 Ft Lot 2 Blk 63 Live Oak 23 I 13 Daniels, James B. Jr. ft
W To School Land N Annie 193.3 9
which for the first time exceeded -
105 Ft E To POB. DB Lot 4 Blk 68. Live Oak 23 Z 13 Ford Nee Bet. 15.0" .
: CornerBy 40,000 fatalities. The previous 111 P 154 20 S 14 II. 'Smith Wesley I; Naccie Lot 2 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 Johnson Albert A Alberta -

J high was set in 1941 when 39,969 B. U.1O 20.J-
Lots I A 4 BIlt 4. yBrien 20 5 14 Lewis R. Mrs E.t. U.i Lot 7 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 1C 3/4 Jacksea. Raaeal 24.64
The persons lost their lives on the Lots 10, 11 A 12 BIt 1. Lot 11 BIt 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 Jackson, Howard A Marie -
REV. CORNELIUS B. DAVIS highways.men O'Brien 20 5 14 -Lewis, R. In. 10.17 K. 5.9:>
J :Pastor, First Baptist Church Beg At SE Cor of NE3w Beg 30 Ft E of SW Cor of...
of NE". of SWI A Run Lot 21 ft Run N 100 Ft. -

"In the 17 years that I have that not the Psalmist emphasis him will I confess before N.ward 210 Ft 210 S.ward Ft. 210-ward Ft. E5OFtS100FtW60Ft To POB Being Part .:

been pastor of this church" saida when he says, "If I regard iniquity the Father in heaven; but who- E-ward to FOB S1 5 14 1 Mick J. R. Jr. A Margaret &.3% of Lot 21 Blk 71. Live ,

in heart the Lord will not A Parcel of Land Des In Oak 24 2. IS J Hinter w-... H. 61.22estfce
have nev-
certain minister "we my soever denies me before --
men DB 122 P n Also Known Beg 80 Ft E of SW Cor
er had a revival. We have tried hear me?" him will I deny before the Father A. Parcel No. 20 S' 14 ..6 Smith Elsa A Ruby 12.15 Lot 21 ft Run N 100 Ft. 4.
but real If we are going to spend much Lots 4. S, 6, 7. 8. 9, 10, 11 E 50 Ft. S 100 Ft. W 50
to have one every year in heaven. Matthew 10:32,33.If .
Blk I. Branford 17. 6 14 Daniels Richard K. 321.91 Ft To POB Being Part
f revival has never come." His time and effort in praying about spiritual revival depends Lots IS A 14 BIt 7. Bran- of Lot 21 Bit 71. Live .., ",

is pathetically true of revivals, and we must, even then on ford 176 14 Fender C. L. 27.88 Oak 24 2 ..13Phms.es, heal A".
l personal righteousness, and if Lots 1. t. SA. Blt'1%. SIJ2
too many of our churches. -particularly then-the accent personal righteousness depends on Branford 11 'U. Edward. Bruce A. 27.88 Be g1S0FtE& 31FtS .F '. .
failures in our efforts must be on personal righteous- I.ots 1. 2. S, 4 a: 5 BIt U. of NW Cor Lot 21 A ''": -
Why such knowing Jesus Christ as Saviour Branford 17 6 14 Smith. Eliza &: Ruby 41.5 Run Sl00FtEbOFt. ; .

fff.r1..f | year after then every one should accept Himas Lot Fronting Suwannee St N 100 Ft, W SO Ft To -" .
r, '' pear? Why has ness.This personal righteousness can 102 Ft Bd N By Philpot FOB Being Part of Lot .. .
Saviour follow Him as Lord S By RR. W By Hatch 21 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 Z,13 "';.:Amerfcaa &el. .HM4, be. 5121
,_.. ,_ >: tGod; not given be attained only by knowing and serve Him as Master today. Being Part of Lot 14 BIlt Beg80FtE&31FtS .'
i Jhis positive Jesus Christ as Saviour and Mes- 45. BraDford 17 6. 14 Williams C. D. &: Lois 243.2N' of NW Cor Lot 21 A
i Lot 4 Lots 5. 6 A Run S 100 Ft. E 50 Ft. ..
blessing to our siah. The word "righteousness" in 7 BIt 62. Branford U 6 11 ; Severance B. S. 134.80 N 100 Ft W SO Ft To

hJ ";,,,,?,._*t :. "..<. ::hurches Could the Greek the original languageof SIt, BUt 69. BraDford 16 6 14 Pryor L. Walter A Henry FOB Being Part of Lot
:: FREE Arrant 11.85 21 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 American Sfe B B .
; that we **ee, tee. 5t :2Adkfns. ?
tri r f'it be the New Testament, literally Beg At A Pt U Yds E of Lot 24 BIt 71. Live Oak 24 Z 13. LINk :u;,

>,.-<. : ";'''''<9./.7.l.' ," nave not prayed means "right standing before KIDDIES SHOWAT SE Cor of Stalvey Lot A Lot In SW Cor of Lot 8
fer- Owned By Stalvey A Being 60 Ft E A W A
and THE
7fft irlm'J Fong God" AUMAR THEATRE
; .
{ : ;: Moses Thence 15 Yds E 123 Ft N A S of BIt 72.
J _,, ff'if:: 'ently enough? I One does not stand before God Saturday Morning From 1012. To Iron Pipe Thence N Live Oak 24 2 ll J hn*.*. NW ft Mfewfe
35 Yd To Iron Pipe Mae ft frank Let Bit. 'j 4.a
|think not.
b ; without Jesus Christ. He said "I Pick Up Your FREE Tickets At
: Thence W S5 Yds To Beg 30 Ft S A 220 Ft E

We have many am the way the truth, the life, GIBBS CO. Iron Pipe Thence S SS of NW Cor Lot 8 As A
and women in our Yds To POB More Fully POB Thence S 100 Ft. E
praying men no man'cometh unto the Father OR Des In DB 68 P 68 21 6 14 t Knight Albert James 58.62S 50 Ft. N 100 Ft. W 50 .
churches. Cottage prayer meetings but me." John 14:6. He said. % of SWii 26 6. 14 80 Deana Thomas C. A Ft To POB Blk 72. Live
around-the-clock prayer A & W ROOT BEER Dorothy R. n.S6 Oak 24 Z 13, J.nes, Are*, QfcarW ft
"Whosoever confesses me before I HE% of NE'w at 6 14 U Dean, Thomas C. &: Edna Mae 51 '2
chains, and all-night prayer Dorothy R. 22.51 Lot 9 Blk 72. Live Oak 24 2 13 XefeojL. Becafce M. ftJuia

meetings are elements of prepar- N34 of NW3: S5 6 14 SO Dean Thomas C. A doff 49:. .
NOTICE OF TAX SALE Dorothy R. n.9 Beg 105 Ft N of SW Cor "
ation iIi practically every revival. SW3f of SE% 25 1 11 U Reed Jerry, Est. 19.81 Lot 23 A Run E 63 Ft.

And they ought to be. Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of May W% of NE& NW% of N 52% Ft. W 63 Ft. S
SE'd 36 1 11 18 Reed Jerry. Est.97.27 62% Ft To POB BIt 73. ..
Lack of prayer then is not the 1963, at Eleven O'clock, A. M., at Live Oak County of The W 198 Ft of SW 3i of Live Oak 24 2 IS Muter C. J. 50.::

reason we have not had revivals Suwannee, State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be NE% 8 2 11 6 Walker Mae Leroy A Lola 6.U Lots Oak 5 ft 6 BIt 74. Live 24 2. 13 edward MaNia 10"

-4 of more impact. sold on the following described land to pay amount due Belr At NE Cor of SEu of Lots 4 ft: 5 Blk C. McLeods -
The most neglected element of SW% 41; Run S UO Ft Snb-Div. 24 2 lie- "...., F. W. ft; Laura 25.H
for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all A W 26 Ft For A FOB Lots 2 &: 3 BIt D. McLeods

practically every revival effort is costs of such sales and aU advertising. Thence Run W 110 Ft S Sub-Div. 24 2 13 Oliver, Tyre. ..e 10 T"Dtaek
the accent on personal righteousness. 105 Ft. E 110 Ft. N 105 54 Ft Across S End of
: Ft To FOB 14 2 11 }. Burist. Dave &' Katie 7.95 Lots 1 ft 2 Blk A Being
Church members definitely Description of Land Sec.Twp.Rre. Acr. Owner Amt &: Costs 3ABeg112YdsSofNE 54 Ft N ft S X 278 Ft

have a part in bringing into reality N% of NE'4 A SWi of Cor of SE3 of SW'44 A E ft W BIt A. Hender-
EvangelistCharles NE% II E4, of E It, of Run W S5 Yda. S 70" son Add. 24 2 13 Ja.... A. ft A4a L. 41 u
a revival but NW% A EIt, of NEY4 of Yds E as Yds. N 10. -- :' A Lot As Des In DB 120
G. Finney insists that it SW'44 A NWV of SE3G 15 3 15 20 Fleming, J. F. i 77.4S Yds To FOB 14 2 11 31. Hays ATie .... 7.U P 210 Being Part of Lot -
SE34 of NE3: A NE% of Belt At A Pt 675 Ft W of 2 Blk B. Henderson Add. 24 '2 13 Brewn, Artfew T. 6 4->
is not through prayer primarily.It SE344 15 s 15 80 Fleming, J. F. 35.3& A Pt 315 Ft S of NE A Parcel of Land 105 FtE&WBy120FtN&

not necessary to beg God to Lots 7. 8, 9. 16 17 Blk Cor of SE3i of SW 3i &: :
is always %. Wellborn Heights 16 3 15 Thomas, Minnie Est. 16.2 Run W 105 Ft, N 105 S Des in DB 111 P 111 24 2 13 hey GtMra-1. GraM 49'' *
send down a revival. He is Lots 61, 52. 53, U. 55, 56.n Ft. E 105 Ft. S 105 Ft Lot 3 BIt 4. Ingleside Re- -
willing to do that. a: W34 of Lot 50. Revised To FOB 14 2 11 Fraiier, G. W. 16.19 platt 24 2 It Smith. Levey I.La..
entreat Platt /16 3 15 Hull. Thomas 6.67 A Parcel of Land Des In wanna a.. ,
Finney asks, "Would you N34 BIt V. Wellborn 16 -' 3 enon. John T. DB 15 P 447 16 2 13 American Shell Homes Inc. 5.95 Lots 5 ft: 6 Blk 4. Ingleside
God to be willing to save a Daisy 3.61 All NY of SE3: N of RR 16 2 13' 14 Roes Grace Mn. 111.19 Replatt 24 2 13, HarreH John R. ft Efe.
soon Beg At SE eor, Lot 8 BIt Lot I. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 ,2 11 Fillmore, Boston i.U force B. 145 "t
man? Of course not. Just as 13 a: Run N II; S 105 Ft. Lots sa A U A 5. Beverly Lot 23 Blk 12. Ingleside

as any man anywhere repents E A W 105 Ft. Wellborn 16 3 15 Kennedy..C arles E &:.... Hills Est. 22 2 13 Tompkins En Iu 15.57 Replatt 24 2 1? Smith. Gefe S. Jr. ft
Jesus Christ as Saviour Frances' 15.8 Lot 8. Beverly Hills Est. 2Z 2 13 Thompson Bethel &: Barbara 6 4
and takes A Lot Heir 75 Ft N of SE Annie BelIe 5.95 A Parcel of Land Des in
God saves him without further Cor BIt 14 a: Run N 168 Lot 12. Beverly Hills E.t. 2Z 2 11 Philpot Thomas G. A DB 123 P 344 24 z. 13 Bell Jack ft Marie D- -
And revivals are to be Ft. W 168 Ft. S 168 Ft r Eliza G. 5.95 A Parcel of Land Des in _
to-do. E 168 Ft, To FOB .t AI--,. Lot 19. Beverly Hills Est. 2Z 2 IS Mitchell C. o. .8.72 DB 92 P 41 24 2'l3both ;
Christians anytime N% Lot 2S. --
promoted by 80 Lot 50 X 75 Ft BdS o Beverly Hills 9-
when they use the By Hwy A Also Lots 1 &: L -- .. Eat 22 2 11 May, Ethel Lee 4.76 The E 50 Ft of S 100 Ft
anywhere, 8 Less Lot To Cobb a: ,,4 F' Lot U. Beverly Hills Est. 2Z 2 13 Cole Myles a: Lillie 5.45 Lot 30. South Live Oak
means God has provided. Lowe a: Less Lot To Me- .: .s.,r Lots 35 a: 16. Beverly Sub-Div. 25 2 11 GranvMe. Ctyfe ft Bvris 6J4:
of Finney's favorite texts Loran Also A Lot 170 X 4- ? Hills Est. 22 :2 13 Whitaker, Eva Mae A Lot 6 Blk F. South Live
One effectual 252 Ft In SW Cor of BIt ... James 11.80 Oak 26 2 13 T&mK s.*., Wltaaa ft K. R. 2,M ;
was James 5:16: "The 14. Wellborn 16 315 IlcLeran, Eo' B. Jr. 146.21 Lot 44. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 11 Tompkins Carling A Lot 1 Blk J. Goffs Add. 26 2 13 Roberts, LMe P, ft*. It.PMM )- ;. .i
of a righteous man avail- Lot 68 X 168 Ft In BIt U. Hattie Lee n.u Lot 1 BIt 1. Carroll So -
prayer that Bd N By Alley E By 3rd Lots 18, U. &: 48. Beverly Side Add. 26 2 13 s, Marvin J. :3X6 ''
eth much." He would say St. S By Carver, W By Hills Eat. 22 2 IS Montgomery, Bessie :Mae 15.57Lot Lots 11 A 12 BIt 12. Lib-
emphasis is not on the man's Hembree, BIt U. Well- 55.- Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IZ Calhoun Jerry L A erty Heights 26 ,/ 2 13 Langley, W. B. 2* T?
the born 16 3 15 McLeran E. B. Jr. 1.70 I Grace E. 5.95 SWK of SW% Less 5 A r
prayers, but on his righteousness.The N% Lot 1 a: Lot Z BIt 16. Lot 65. Beverly Hills Est. 2Z 2 11 Whitaker, James 41; Eva Across E Side Less 1 A
accent is on personal right- Wellborn 16 S 15 Hutcherson John T. A Mae 5.95 Des In DB 90 P 227 .
that revival Daisy 131.5 Lots 7S A ';4. BeverlyHills Less N 528 Ft of SW% -
eousness. Finney insists a Lots 1 A 4 BIt 18. Well- Est. 2Z 2 13 MdlilIian, James A Mil- of SWK 26 2 13_ M Jaekse. Charlie 23 c'
is not a miracle.He born 16 I 15 Knight Charles. R. Jr. 76.48 dyed 11.27 3 A Lot in S% of SEK
who W% Lot 1 &: W% Lot 4 Lots 75 A 76. Beverly Bd S By Davis. N By
was amused by people BIt 22. Wellborn 16 I 15 Midstate Homea Inc. 101.59 Hills Est. 22 2 13 Thompson J. C. .t Viola 10.77 Lawson 26 2 13 3 Bardie. 6e rge G. Jr A
would Intercede for hours that Sw14 of SW'l4 21 3 15 U Roberta Austin E. &: Lot 85. Beverly Hills Est22 2 13 Thompson Philmore .t Pa.... 50 :2 v
1 at times Eleanore 56.19 Margaret 5.95S Lot As Des in DB FF P
God send down a revival, % Lot 90. Beverly Hills '
Lots 15 A 16. Randall Sub- 284 26 2 13 hnen. Ltd 3.g'
even chanting in their churches Diy. 22 S 15 Clark H. H-, <:. :-1.- 2.16All Eat. "" 22 2 13.. Kelly, Marguerite 4.76 Beg 630 Ft W ft 105 Ft -. '" ; 'H
E% of SE3i of SW34. -G...:::', Lot 96. Beverly Hills, Eat. 22 2 IS Williams, Drew A Lucinda, 87.11 S of NE Cor of SEK &; ,.-jIf.J; .. -
: .
revival you
"You can't get a up Lying S of St. Rd. 4-: i y Lots 4 a: I BIt 1.BRtAdd. ZZ %;11 1'" Merritt Johnson Dora Run W 70 Ft. S 105 Ft. '

have to pray it down". "The truthis I SW'/W of SE% of SW14 2Z 3 15 20 Shasky Fred t. t.U 7 r -' Powell 25.18 E 70 Ft. N 105 Ft To
All E% of NW'44 Lying E'" 't Lot 7 BIt 4. RR Add. 22 2 11 Davis Howard 5.45 POB 26 2 13 K Ramsey, 6eege. 5.51
," he says, "you absolutely can of Pb. Rd. .t All N% of Lot IS BIt .. RR Add. 22 2 11 Dixie Acceptance Corp. 10.21 Beg 778 Ft N of SW Cor
get a revival up. That's the only S34 Lying E of Pb. Rd. 27 3 15 18 Shasty, Fred F. 76.IIS S 50 Ft Lot 11 BIt 1. RR of See 28 ft Run N To
revival is not a NW 3i of NW% 28 S 15 40 Roberts Austin E. &: Add. 22 2 11 Stockton EstelIe 15.57 NW Cor of SW%. E To '
way they come. A Eleanore 11.20 Lots 14, 15. 16 BIt 1. RR NE Cor of SW' S 830
miracle: a revival is the work of Beg At NW Cor NW3: of Add. 22 2 11 :McCollum Samuel 25.18 Ft. W To K Sec Lin*.
NE34 &: Run E Along Lots 2 I Elk 11. RR- S Along K Sec Tine
man nothing else. Since a revival Pinemount .t Late City Lot 3 BIt 3. FruitlandAdd. 1060 Ft. W To POB 28 2 13 83 Mayhew, M. Arm, Joseph

can never lay hold upon the Rd S15 Ft S. 105 Ft W. 22 2 13-. Williams. John H. .J.U James, Frank, Marion
first laid hold 115 Ft N, 105 Ft To Lots 1. 2 &: I BIt S. Fruit- i Samuel Banes Wfllie
world until it has FOB 8 4 115 804 Green Oscar D. Jr 8.17E land Add. 22 2 IS Curtis Reece 10.77 Lee, Andrew MBdred
-in the church" continues Finney % of SEu 9 Brannan, Robert D. 0.14 Lot 10 BIt 5. Fruitland I Arthur A Mathew 63.'O
need is for the fountain of WIt, of SW' 10 4 15 80 Brannan Robert D. 0.14 Add. 22 2 11 Filmore, Doris A Roose- A Parcel of Land Des In-
"the SE3 of NW 4 A E% of velt .9.72 DB 121 P 175 73 13 3.4 Gaskins. James G. A
sin to be broken up in the church. SW, A Sw34 of SE! 18 4 15 160 Kennedy Edward L. U.02 Lot 19 BIt 1. Hildreth 2ndAdd. Martha L. 145.84

Backslidden Christians must be W% of E% of' SE% A 22 2 IS Surety Mortgage Invest- AU NE4 of NE3r Lying
NW3: of SE% 18 .4' Kennedy, Edward L. 171.6 ment Co. n.';4 W of II Line 100 Ft W
brought to repentance: they must SW 3'i 28 4 .0 Walters O. J. lU.83 Lot 4 BIt 2. Hildreth hd of Center of ACL Ry
have their faith renewed. Our S% of SEA' of SE h "'16 5 15 20 Koon, Roy A Iris 9.1 Add. 22 2 13 Holland Ernestine 2.78 Less no Ft Across W
be The S 75 Ft of Lot 133 Lob 69 .t 70 Blk S. Hil- Side U S 13 22 Fields, Henry .1. A David .. ;
own personal lives are to Section C. Suwannee dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 13 Northington, Charlie 9.56 NWV4 of SW ( U. 40 Jmkh1., Ages ns'
searched with candles and every Ranchettes 20 5 15 Moore, James M. A Lots is BIlt I. Hildreth2nd E% of SE% 16 S 11 8-0 JRes... Perry Kat-k- A
Marion Add. 22 2 IS Robinson. Sarah H. 5.95 o.e 3s.Z
sin abandoned. 7 Acres More or Less In Lots 7S A 74 BIt .. HU- W% of NEVE of NW36 I 13 20 Linton B. J. g 5j
We must pray with the Psalmist. NW'/V of NW 3i In Su- dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 11 Walker Viola. Mae A SW% of NW 4 Less 1 A
' know wannee County or Lot I 6 1 15 1 Moser William 9.67 Eugene 11.7 To Sch Bd. 1 4 11 III Llnt.n, Arthu A. A Ruth 20 3'SWof
"Search me 0 God, and TheN55Ft.ofS510Ft A Lot 145 X 480 Ft Bd N SE,4 A SEV
i my heart: try me. and know my of NE3: of SW 44 W of .J .' .... By 7th An E By See of SW 4 I 4 11 8-0 Baker J. B. Jr. 31.9J
Rd. No. 19 20 1'14 Deese, B. W. Line W By Frazier Add N% of NW% Less 1% A
thoughts: and see if there be any NEV of SE'Less A <. 6.U Known As Lot A BIt 1 In NE Cur of NE34 of

' wicked way in me, and lead me Strip 70 Yds Wide A- Lees Lots Sold. Hildreth NW% 7 4 11 78" Smith Ham4l4.e, .. 67 n
cross N Side .t LeIS 2 2nd Add Less N 150 Ft 22 Z 11 Bass. E. I{. 17.51 Beg At NE Cor of NE3a
in the way everlasting. Again, A As Des In DB 128 P A Parcel of Land Des In of NW% A Run S 115Ft.
1 a we see the accent is on personal 1118 2 2 S2 Lea Leo DB lU P 602 ZZ 2 11 Hill A. J. A Connie 8.U W 209 Ft N 115 Ft.
14 17.07
S% of NW'h 11 2 80 Lea Leo .t Peggy Bee no Ft S of NW Coy E 209 Ft To FOB 7 4 13 1% Smith H..ea N. A hale 6.33
righteousness. NE34. of NW34 Leas 10 A 48.7 of NE14 of SEY4 .t RunE E3 4 of NW% A N% o fSW3
Otherwise, our lives are as dir- In S'4 of S34 of NE% 210 Ft. S ZlO Ft W : of NW% 17. 13 IH Smith Hogs A s.&e H. 29.93
of NW'4 12 2 14 10 Delegal G. C. ZlO Ft N 210 Ft To N% of NWT of SE'4 A
ty chandeliers. A devoted Chris- 27 A on N Side of SE3i 11 2 U 27 Lee WID. Irvin 11.7 FOB 22 2 11 Smith, Caesar 12.7 334 of 3a of NE% 25 4 11 .0 0 Osterca, Ole lipT ':'
tian was reading one night. All S U Yds of SE34 of SE'44 12.67 Lots 7 a: 8 BIt N. College E% of SW34 4 I 11 80 Beatright Mary Drew A
18 2 14 Edward Heights 22 Z 11 Johnson A. &: Thomas JeIta_ 63 63
of NW'4 of SW'14 Nathaniel
of a sudden the dimness of the Swy4 of SE% 18 2 14 40 Green John R. A Francis 5.95 Gillins '121.80Lots E% of NE3i of NW14 9 I 13 ZD tight. Mary Drew A
light came to her attention. She S% of SWrk or'SE% of 67.94 20 a: 21 BIt B. College Jobaeie 8 24
NW34 of SW'44 18 2 14 1%. Leiter Thelma Heights 2S 2 11 Brown Ansel L. 10.77 W v of W% Less 10 A On
looked up and saw that the chan- NofSW344ofSW34& 1.56 Lots SA. BIt D. Slate' N End 2 1 12 1M Ph4tllp J. Marv4a '72"1

delier was extremely dirty. To her NW'l4 of SW 4 .t SW Y4 Add' 2S 2 11 Davis, Mary Eat. 19.60 Lot U. Suwannee Highlands -
: of NWY Less 12 J. On Lot 2 Blk G Leas S 20 Ft. Sub-Diy. 1st. Add. a I 12 Parr Jain R. A
this incident became a parable. 23 2 11 Riley Ed
Slate' Add.
End 25 2 14 88 Cook George Malcom 10.77 Kathryn U 6"
E ,
She said to herself "Unless I Latemer .t Lot I Blk H. Less S 20 Ft. 70 Yds Sq In SW Cor of
U.US Slate' Add. 2S 2 IS Butler, Pink 2Z 2 12 1 Garden
SEh Fra.k
25 2 11 20 10.17 Eo A
watch and pray and enter not % of SW'I of SW3r Cook Latemer George Kalcom &: E'4 Lot 2 BIt O. Slates Harrlor 8.W. 4, 3

into temptation my light for Nab of N3i of NE el of 8.19 Add. U 2 11 Foster Ida A Waters, 3b of W% of NW% ot
Viola U.90 NE% as 2 U 10 Ross, Frau L.
U 2 14 10 6.91
the Butler
Christ will be dimmed in SW34 E.t. 8.U E .
of SW Cor Lots 2 A I BIt P. Slate'sAdd. The S 115 Yds of The
i same way." H. G. Smyth expressed Bee.of SE 212, of NW'l4 Thence 2S Z 13 Holmes, Catherine, E.t. 7S.U 210 Yds of E34 of SW'a I' 12 I Hart Alfrecl O. 25 11
Lots 4 &: 5 BIt Q. Slate' W% of SW'A 27 a U &G Sv.boda, >lteier "
N 150 Ft
when Ran E ZOO Ft, .
the encounter clearly 11 ,
Add. 2S 2 Holmes. Catherine E.t. n.S K.reI E.
W ZOO Ft. S no Ft To. 33g3
FOB 10 Z 14 Turner Hubert G. ADoria Lot s-Blk Q. Slate' Add. 23 2 11 McCoy, Elizabeth 48.72 N% of NWy U I 12 80 Snkda.u L. 26.6-
said.We be channels of C. u N34 Lot 1 BIlt W Less W S% of S% of sE'4 of
cannot 27.18 10 Ft. Slate' Add. 28 2 11 Williams, EYerliner
8.U SE% 12 10 Fernweed
of W Line ,
Beg At Inter .of i3 4 StaMey )(. 6.95
blessingIf E 121 Ft of SW3i of E% Lot Z BUt W. Slate'sAdd. W% of SE% of SW34 JZ 20 Boatright Thomas L. 39.10
IS I 11 Williams Joe
20.n Lot 5. Suwannee Belle Estates -
our lives are not free from & S Line of R/W -
NW3i : ft Run Lots 2 A 1 BIk L Slate's Unit No. 1 U C U, Warren W. J. Lorine 25.13
known sin: of St Rd No. 10 FtN Acid. 23 2 11 Demps. Ethel n.n Lot Fronting On Pine St -

We will barriers be and a hindrance S ZOO RD FtEl21 R/W Thence W __ Lot 4 Elk X. Slate' Add. U Z 11 Parnell John Jr. 1.81 110 Ft A Run Back To -
s To 30 2 14 Tstarling. E% Lot 9 BIlt H. Add To Magnolia St no n A
To POB Joe.ftjtarjorie 61.32 NW Diy. 2S- Z 11 Hale Coy L. lU. SLot A Parcel of Land A. Des
jI I Com at A Pt on A Road f t ? -- v.. 105 P IS U 1 11 1'Is
to win. I-B. LotA- S 22 Ft In DB Hoover, .Me Doe
trying 5o7
To those we are Houston ft Lower ,,a 3
Old .
The : -. Lots I-B A 2.B BIlt 20 W% of SE'14 of SW 3r IS 2 11 20 KeN', Eo. B. 543
This emphasis on personal Spgs Rd on The K NE See% or A Lot 182 Ft Sq. in NW'/ of NE'h 1 J 11 40 Basma, 1Faety Ii 1'1. 39.) 7
righteousness is not minimizingthe Line Between SE Cor of BIlt %0. NW. S% of SW'/4 of NE% 1 I 11 20 Bums. Eo 5
I SEK of 4
of NE% ft Diy. 23 2 11 Gallops W. D. A Eunice E% of NEI: of SW L I 11 20 Neisen. O. W. 10.2'Beg
highly important place of NEK above See Running L 11.2 At NE Cor of W 10 It _
Along"Said Road N .. Lot11,12,13&14B&A. -i of NWof SE4 It RunS
prayer in revivals. Of course we S 50
50 Yds. W 97 Yds. Humphreys Sub-Diy. 23 2 11 Killer, Ida 10.17 264 Ft. W 165 Ft N
realize that is the chan- Yds E 97 Yds to POB 34 2 14 1 Surety Mortgage Investment In To
prayer < Lots 1, 2 A I BIlt B. Hum- 264 Ft E Ft
nel through which God releases 36 2 14 40 Cook. Co. 80.48 phreys Sub-Diy. 43 Z n Killer, Ida i 17.98 FOB a I 11 1 Jehns.n Raben Ha'eN' 5 3
| NWK of NWK Malcom
ft .
Lot 4 BIlt B. Humphreys Lots 6. 1 A E% 8 BIlt 16.Dowling
His power. Latemer 21.24 Sub-Diy. 23 'Z n Shelton Willie A Susie t..U Park I I 11 lark, Janes L. &: Ira 2513
No effort is being made to Beg SAL At RR Inter ft of W S Edge Bd. of of The S Sl.eT Ft Lot S I; N Lot 6 BIk 34. Dowlinc

minimize Effort is being E% of NWK ft Bun.E 2l.6T Ft Lot 4 Blk L Park a I 11 Roma gene 2l1
prayer. Carroll Add. 21 2 11 Ro.a, Bessie )(. 'ZS.74 Let 12 BOt U. Dowling
Along RR R/W 362 Ft. Lot i BIt IL Carroll Add. n Z 11 Miller. Ida Est.
t made to bring us to the point S 102.4 Ft To Hwy No. The S 86 n Lot 4 BIk U. n.t4 Park s S 11 Bo.-ham. Lawriiee V. &

where we can pray effectively. 90 W Along Hwy R/W Carroll Add. 21 2 11 Holmes. Canar M. St.50 Lots lit 6 BIt U. Dowling Rebeeea 2.61
355 Ft. N43 Ft To POB I I 14 Surety Mortgage Investment Lot 6 BIlt m. Carroll Add23 Z 11 JeKIll1&D. Sarah
Unless the accent is on personal Co. 10.27 Park 8 a 11 Goidbeyg. Arlhv A Nata-
52.2 Lot 7 8 BIt UL Carroll
F righteousness we cannot even EH of NEK of NWU' 7 I 14 20 Williams S. A. 27.57 Add. 21 2 11 Williams. lfoae 13.17 Lot Z Elk U. DowlingPark He 3.I-
NE%-of SEK 19 I 14 40 Scott. William. :
Maria Mao.
Lots 11 A 12 BIlt UL Car-
as we ought.Is 8 I 11 .
pray Solak. Dtie
Thornton ft J. D. roll Md. 21 2 11 Holey. Henrietta E.t. 11.11 Lot I Bit n. DowliDC F. A Margaret 2.1 ,
that not why James says Hawkins 59.32 Lob 11 A 11 Blk UL CarLo -
| N% of SWK ft SEK of. Lot-art 8 S 11 Kk. a.Heta B..
ron 21 2 11 smith
"The effectual fervent prayer of SWK ft SWK of SEW 20 I 14 160 Scott. William. Maxie. Mao %f'd1k UL Carroll Catherine Est. 10.77 11 Bit U. DOW-
lilac Part I I 11
a righteousness man availeth Thornton ft J. D. Add. 21 2 13 Curry. Christopher A NW% of NEI.4 of NE34 17 I 11 10 Rome Ash David 4 -
much?" Is that not what Isaiah Hawkins 74.24 Chatfne 30.41 NW 34 of NW 3i 21 I 11 U geov3
14 40 Waller
NEK of NWK 29 Scott. T B.
Harvey : A
ft Fannie Lots 4 A I BIt IV. CarroU E% of SW3f4 of SW'l4 II I 11 10 Sea L.la Dot K. 19.F'
when he Mae
means says "Behold 20.37 Add. IS 2 11 &_4NE34 ;
Edward _
A. 1.15 834 of 8E'4 of NE% &
SE 3b of NE 3i 36 1 14 40
the Lord's hand is not shortened 160 kton. M. J. 17.T2 Lot 6 BIk IV. Carroll Add. 2S 2 11 Green John R. I.U of NE3b 25 I 11 't
SWK 2 5 14 R4ggs
Kalinotki Edward ft June Lots 12 BIt IV. Carroll Mg.sts V.
96.77 20.3
% of SW
fi 26
I 11
that it cannot save: neither his NH of SWK ft SEK..of 80 l4fpx, J.
Add. 2 S 2 11 '
hear NW% a: NW%. 'of .. Lot BIk U. Reese Add. Brows EnUn 1.15 Nt4 of NE'4'U 2.11 8-0 .&IIL-aa.----. II. 1. 29.6NE'4
p ear heavy ,that it cannot : NEK 4 6SEK 14 160 2 11 .. Richardson Myrtle 10.7 of HE' \ E 'of- '
Pace J. G. ft J. Eeono- S% Lot 7 BIk ... LIft r -- .
: SOak NWV4 of HE" "N%::.""" -
11 but your iniquities have separated moo B.k>B t- Enrique 59.82 t 23. 2 11 Williams. Felton W. <4.76< of SE3G of NEY
of SWK; 12 6 14 40 Motley. A. P. ft : ... C 11 80 S n4ps R
between you and your God, and .Maryvr 2&." N% Lot 7 Elk U. Live ; L. RMiIa 425
Lots 5. 6. 11. 18. 19. 20 >
1 your sins have hid His face from ft 21 Elk 9. North East E34 Oak Lot I BIk U. Live IS I 11 _Lag Catherine '."11 B. RAWLS

you that He will not bear?" Is Suwannee Heights ,, 13_,.,5 ...414, -oak: =-- < Il.r. -'"' =t '. Tax Collector
L.-.Jlomer..Sm1t1l.c" :\.2Sjft' Yo"tr..VJdor x. ., tkii
1 E: 15.52 -. ,r. _.""- :.-'.. -,- ."';" -__ ".-: -",- -....'''',';:..I" ...... __11_'="y / --;..,,,.,..,"..",....._. .,...R. -. --- Suvranaee GosatyFlondaRAGE


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I' Miss Grace Evelyn Chandler Junior Bucs Womans dub

t))1 News From Branford Met Friday .

: Nip ChieflandThe The Branford Woman Cub;
.. : will hold its regular meeting Wednesday -:
j q BY MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS + Branford Buccaneer "B" May 15, at 4 pja. in the

oCpu 842w track squad finished its regular Club Building.A .
;\: season with a 70-32 win over rival tea will be held for all new
[> Livestock. Program Urged Parent Teachers Chiefland, the second time members, which will be the final

To Install OfficersThe this year the Junior Bucs have meeting of the year. All new
Winburn Addresses Area Men'sClub smashed Chiefland. members are given a special invitation -
Branford ParentTeachers -
," Johnny Lanier ran the 100 yard to attend.A .
Association will meet in the .. ; dash for the Bucs in 11.8 seconds short business meeting will
On Law Day Observance high school cafeteria Thursdayat .t ',' 4 and the 440 in 60.5; Kenneth be held following the tea.
to install officers .
7:30 ,
p.m. I tv"- Glenn ran the 220 in 28.1; Alan
{ The Branford Area Men's Club met Monday and and hear .reports of standing ', McCall ran the 880 in 2:36; and (Office Supplies At McCrfanon's)

heard an address from W. J. (Dub) Winburn, former committees.This will be the final meet- Tom Maynard ran the mile in
county attorney, who spoke to the group in conjunctionwith 5:52.Also:
Law Day observed May 6. of the year.Betas ..' .....,'.?". :.":,. figuring the scoring were FREE
i--- : Alvin Allen who threw the dis-
Winburn told the club 1 t that man had been governed f?' KIDDIES SHOWAT
I ....... cus and the shot put; Ronny Lee
# by some form of law from the ere Attend WA. ;Vw .' "fW:'<>'( who ran the high hurdles, and TilE ALIMAR THEATRE
i beginning of civilization, but was The announcement was made I > Randy Sparrow who raced over Saturday Morning From 1012.
given the foundation of Justice that the club will sponsor and
the low hurdles. Up Your FREE Tickets At.
t mercy and compassion with the finance an athletic banquet open State MeetingOn '.<' GIBBS CO.
coming of Christ. to boys and girls that participated '
"Newspapers the sentinelsof
The speaker noted that the in sporting events, and mem- the week end of May 3-4 : OR
the liberties of our country.
i laws of this nation are based on bers of the club. Another an- nine of the Branford Beta Club n A & W ROOT BEER
the consent of government rather nouncement included a committee members attended the State Beta M.. W\.Sv :1oor Benjamin Franklin.
than control through power or that is currently working on Club Convention, which was held
force applied by some countriesof a brochure for this area in cooperation in the George Washington Hotelin rW. .? ay.r
this era. Winburn speculated with Florida Power Jacksonville.On .
,that this country is due for many Corporation; the group hopes to Friday night the Betas .H ,
more changes in the law as have have the brochure completed in were entertained with a talent : '
I occurred in recent years and the near future. show and heard campaign speeches -
\ urged preparedness for these New club members are Henry of candidates for state offices. ,
I changes. Ward L. C. Davis, T. J. FletcherJr. The following morning they held : a 0 QpHG TM F
Winburn was introduced by W. ., and V. M. Moses. another general session and group t'Mr 5 s
S. Ware in the absence of Program conferences after which they cast ,1I
f Chairman C. D. Starling. their votes.Saturday.
Following the attorney's address Scouts Enjoy afternoon was free. and Mrs. Baal M. Chandler Sr. of Branford, announce the
Coach Joe Baker presenteda The highlight of the conventionwas
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Grace
film of last year's Auburn- Saturday night when the
Hawkins, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Hawkins
2-Night Camp Evelyn to Billy Ray son
Florida football game. group attended a banquet -
of Branford.
Medical CommitteeIn The Branford Boy Scouts of by a dance. .
the business meeting the America. Troop 90, enjoyed a two New officers installed at the The wedding will be an event of Sunday, August, twentyfifthat SETZEff
Medical Committee reported thata night campout 'last week end at banquet were President Jay Wal- four o'clock in the First Presbyterian Church of Branford.
site had been determined for Little River Springs.The ton of Chactawhatchee; Vice All friends and relatives are invited to attend both the wed
the location of the proposed clinic Scouts left the Scouthouseat President Donald Polk of Tren- ding and reception. I TTr
subject to1 approval of the 4:10 p.m. Friday afternoon and ton: and Secretary Joyce Marksof

+ A.Sears Jack Foundation.Phillips cited Club the President urgent they journeyed set up to the camp camp and site.prepared There Sunday Titusville.morning the group attended I Raiford Flower Show Set: 200 ExhibitsThe I 9 QN -y

need for a zoning law and urged supper. The week end was filled the 7:30 service at St. Raiford Prison Flower the public is invited. Showingswill G t 1
Branford residents to give zoning with adventure with everyone en- Paul's Episcopal Church had Show will be held at the Club be held from 12 noon to 9 TIME A't
serious consideration in the near joying swimming fishing hiking breakfast at the home of Mr. and House across from the main prison pjn. on Thursday May 16; from ,-
future. and many other fun events. Mrs. R. E. Williams, after which May 16-17-18 with M. B. Jor- 9 ajn. to 9 pm. on Friday: and
Carol Hall appealed to farmersto Many of the Scouts took ad- they returned home. dan in charge. from 9 am. to 12 noon on Satur- 203 NORTH OHIO AVENUE
sign up for the Livestock Pro- vancement tests. Attending the Attending the convention were There will be approximately 200 day.
motion Program sponsored by the camping trip were Randy and Lorice Suggs Elaine Griffin, June exhibits in nine different cate- LIVE OAK, FLORIDAM"h
Suwannee Chamber of Bass, Gloria Slocum Linda Hudson IWMWWWWMVWWWMWWMWMWWti
Jerry Herndon Jimmy and Joe gories: horticulture house plants .
Commerce. He told the group Fletcher Scotty Ware Hubert Brenda Terry Pat Parker special exhibits educational flower DRIVERS LICENSESARE
that $5,000 in quality livestock Severance Eth.'and Kelly Buddy and Sharon Tummond.At arrangement corsages terrariums RENEWABLETHE M
,will be awarded to winners in the Martin, John Hill John Lacquey, hanging baskets and dish MONTH BIRTHDAY OF YOUR
program. Travis Boatright Roy West Dale the close of the meeting the gardens.
:The Nominating Committee Fuller Doyle Bell Assistant group was served ice cream,andcookies. The inmates have prepared all i REECE BROWN 100 FREE
recommended through their Scoutmaster Mickey Dempsey, of these. The exhibit is free and wvuuuwuvuw
'chairman the following men to and Scoutmaster Jamie Slocum.
serve as club officers beginning The Rev. Ben Borders spoke to
July 1: Graham Owen, president: the Scouts Sunday morning. The 63425s M.f&arA i pA
R. M. Chandler, first vice presi- troop returned to Branford about 7"C9; : ; rt
dent; Gilda Koon second vice 12:30 Sunday afternoon. ,:. UMIT-1 PER FAMILY
president: Leonard Herndon, sec- '
) :..: EXPIRES MAY 12, 1961:
retary; and W. S. Ware treasur- First Baptist GA's \'
hm \\\
Celebratq Anniversary tI S O OoooooooooooOO

USE The G.A.'s of the First Baptist __

I Church met. Thursday afternoon .------------_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-. urn
I at the home of their leader Mrs. I
FUCO W. B. Thomas. I irrllJ 11 Alerthants 1 1 (tea: fl
The program was on honoringthe
A GR H It>.W"I-I tr
Brand W.M.U. on its 75th Anniver- 1 FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS '4M", :
sary and to celebrate the 50th I ; GREEN STAMPS *
Anniversary of GA.'s. Plans for WOMUD1 C01RON AND MCIWI CIf 1
InsecticideFOR Focus Week was also discussed. 1 Pkg. of 15 i
Present were Suzanne Murray { 1 \ f! Krona Infector Inr .1
Donna Daughtry Kathy Griffith, I SCHICK BLADES 10.
BEST RESULTS Joann Thomas and the leaders, e1DDm0oNTOIMRAi01TOOIIIdaT01a1t11CaATf.4R..TOOARD ....-.. .......j .1i
Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. Just How Much Will a Tobacco Greyer
G. Griffith. ,
j I Save with a 4---------j--j' 1
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--,- ._ 'The fact that a Silent Flame Bulk Barn will save a tobacco grower F Bottle of 100BUFFERIN
Westinghouse Built in Oven money has been established beyond a shadow of a doubt. 15 IMAKWiON
Actual field results in over 300 barns in Georgia, South Carolina, .r..elTooArcr s.1s.u .r.r.r
and Cook North Carolina and Virginia have proved to us that the purchase of bulk
Top ..................$192.36 i curing bam is a sound investment. Experience has shown that you can a expect --------- t i l

to save by reducing the cost of labor in both the harvesting and grad- i jli
I 36" Attic Fan W/Shutter.. 72.00 ing operation, practically eliminate waste caused by broken leaves and stems

that fall off conventional sticks, save the cost of string and lower fuel costs. ; FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS =

Atlas Attic Stairway......... 18.00 Based on results in 1962 you can save as much as 50% to 60% on ; GREEN STAMPS
_ labor which amounts to as much as $500 to $600. Savings from waste are E \ COUPOHNG nilouw Of.
Window Burglar Guards. 5.90 estimated to run from $25 to $30. Savings in preparing tobacco for market 6 i 1.p 8 Oz. Bottle 1 mWIlMS
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contributions 'and supplementedby psychiatrist. phases of Civil Defense. Suwannee High Band. Price of mented with canned and frozen

News And Activities From Joint city-county funds and "What I want more than any- The one hundred men selectedas admission is one dollar for adults peanuts okra, turnips, and can-

effort. thing else is to sing," she said. a police for Civil Defense wouldbe and 50-cents for students. telopes.His .

THE RECREATION CENTER This committee will begin its "I want a .career in singing" trained in their duties at a company was the first to

solicitations Friday. Each memberof She explained that if the sing- very small cost to the counties.To put up fresh frozen boiled pea-

the group will have a letter of ing career does not work out to participate fully in the program No. 7 nuts two years ago. Although he

By CHARLES PULLEY, Director identification and an official receIpt her satisfaction she will have a he stated further, the director The grocery then orders its didn't package any last year, he
book with live OakSuwannee college education and a profession -I said he intends to go bock into
the public
frozen from
of innual problems has you clean lip your own garbage.We A'I I must not be a part time products
One our County Recreation Depart- to follow.Since i the business this
peanut again
freezer which notifies the
worker. He
4 This know that little folks scat- must devote his full pro-
arisen at the playground. ment printed clearly' on each re- Evon has been attendingthe year. He explained that wo years *
the .ter things about but we also expect time to Civil Defense.In ducer- in this case McMullen -
being the use or misuse the to set a proper ceipt. All persons making contri- North Florida Junior College, closing Sands stated that of the quantity of products the ago the housewife was not used

tennis courts by tennis partici- grownups for them by using the butions to this project are urgedto she has exercised her voice in the full responsibility of the defense store drew. McMullen then bills to seeing boiled peanuts at her

pants. At present there are only example receptacles for that which pay by check if possible and public on a number of occasions.She program rests with the the grocery outlet direct for the frozen food counter.

two tennis courts available on trash intended. get a receipt for the donation. has performed before banquets community and the responsible products and the public freezer McMullen said he feels the soil
the playground and some peopleare they were The 10 members this dinners church functions through this
Combined attendance totals for on committee citizens of that community. charges McMullen a fee for its area grows more
forced to wait until a courtis are Rossini Granville and civic organizations. In addition "Being prepared to combat a service. flavor-packed products with more
the high school activities
open before they are able to and Saturday night at Rosa Lee Fuller. Columbus Jenkins she sings with the College catastrophe that we hope will McMullen said he got into this health-giving vitamins in them
play. Some having to wait as longas Friday Chestine Curry, Mildred Blue Notes, an eight-piece dance than anywhere else.
the Live Oak-Suwannee County never take place is the aim of the business in 1945 while he was
two hours before getting a Recreation Center reached a record Beasley. Valne Warren Walter M.Thllmore. band at the college. One of the Civil Defense program and every clerk of the circuit court. His "We are going to provide a
chance to use the courts.It Louise Thomas Ethel group's latest performance was market for farmers interested in
high of 165. Of this number one should take his place on the first move was to set up a cold
seems to me that common Stephens and Bessie Jackson. an appearance before the Madi- a processors market" McMullensaid.
54 attended the patio party Sat- program to carry it out to the storage plant.
courtesy should certainly prevailin urday night. This is the largest i No other persons except those son Country Club on Saturday utmost" he concluded. When he noticed the storage "Our growing area currently -

what has traditionally been recorded attendance figure for listed above are authorized to accept April 27. Sands was introduced by Lion lockers attracted people with is within 100 mile radius of
one of the most'polite of all contributions. In high school, Evon was a Live Oak.
Saturday night activity at the High Lewis, program chairmanfor large quantities of these white
sports. If other people are wait- Williamson explained that this scholar. While she sang at a the evening. peas for freezing he decided it "We buy vegetables under con-
Center. Friday night activities are
ing to play please do not monop- progressing very well with the recreation area will be for the number of church functions she might be a good idea to put up tract so the grower knows the exact -

olize the courts for hour after attendance figures ranging between use of all colored persons in Su spent the lion's share of her en- the peas in frozen packages. In price he will receive beforehe

hour give everyone a chance to 110 and 130. wannee County. He said that dur- ergies in maintaining her membership No. 6Second 1947 his first venture into the plants" he said.

display their tennis skill. After The Student Recreation Board ing the summer the school board in the National Honor pea business McMullen put up McMullen pointed out that the
all what if you were late gettingto bus Society. However, she was through twelfth grade Acre Peas is his
would provide transportationto a 300 pounds of frozen peas. term White registered -
will this afternoonat
meet Friday
the courts and had to wait dancers will present a scene en-
on cheerleader and a homecoming mark. He noted that,
them? 4 at the Recreation Center. outlying areas of the countyfor I titled "Ballet Symphony"ith Since that meager beginning 16 trade
persons who could not norm- sponsor."I years ago his company has put many producers had copied hn;
The Live Oak-Suwannee County music
Victor Herbert. Mari-
Another problem that arises by *
Recreation Board will hold its ally get into Live Oak to use this was not too active in high up two and one-quarter million term, White Acre, and were infringing -
with the picnic season is that of school" she said. "I studied lot lynn Bird wjll be featured in this legal
facility. a packages and cans. on his exclusive
regular monthly meeting at the
picnickers leaving and trash scene. Mrs. Bird will also
paper Center next Tuesday morning. Crews said that since this is a to prepare myself for college" McMullen said he has experi right to use the name.
strewn about the grounds. We form a novelty number with the
welcome and invite who Softball will be starting soon. county-wide project donations toward band.
its construction should come I
desires to have a picnic to use from Negro citizens all over the No. 3 The Band Parents Associationof Let's Make It A Date AtParker's -
our facilities but we do ask that No.1 Suwannee High School is spon_ .
that the
county. He emphasized Drive In
board's architect. He assured ment in quality pays off twofold. soring the Annual Dance Revue
school board will pay for the gymnasium who is leader in farm It's the perfect to '
them however that the Gamble a presented by the Marilynn Bird spot eat no ;
Leman C. Mercer would be closed out property in the while these donations swim-will management is also a leader in School of Dance. The performance long waiting drive up and
be spent for constructing a his community. He is active in his will be held in the Junior served directly to you in your car.
next two-three weeks and con-
ming pool.These donations shouldbe Wonderful menu to choose from. '
church Luraville Baptist High School Auditorium.
Funeral ServicesMr. struction on the pool could begin. secured as soon as possible so i. Open from 11 ajn. to 11 pjn. except
held six positions ranging from Tickets may be purchased from
Crews told the group that he the pool can be completed before Fridays and Saturdays we
felt work on the project would is he said. Sunday School superintendent to members of the Band Parents are open from 11 ajn. to 12 pjn. '
Leman Cancle Mercer 78. the summer over church treasurer.He Association or members of the
begin within the next 30-60 days. Crews told the P-TA group BIGGEST DRINK IN TOWN!
died Friday following a lengthy Crews explained to the group would have an advis- has been active in the Su GIANT 24 OZ. COKES 30c
illness. He was a member of the that the school board visited State that they of of their wannee County Rural Areas Development ROOT BEER
Rocky Sink Baptist Church a life School Superintendent Thomas ory committee Negroes Council serving as vice FREE 16 Oz. 20 Oz. Gallon -
that would admin-
long resident of the Orange Com- Bailey in Tallahassee Monday and own choosing through recommen- president and legislative committee -* KIDDIES SHOWAT tOe 15c 40c :=
ister the pool
munity of Suwannee County.Mr. chairman; New Harmony
requested that he
deviate from '
Live Oak-Suwannee PIT BARBECUE
: Mercer is survived by his regulations to dations to Rural Areas Development; Tobac_ THE ALIMAR TIIEATRE
wife Mrs. Olga Mercer Live Oak; matching monies for this gym County Recreation will to co Services Inc., chairman; Su Saturday Morning From 1012. DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH /j
three daughters Mrs. Opal Butts ahead of priority classroom con- "The pool you wannee County Farm Bureau vice Pick Up Your FREE Tickets At ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHESICE

Live Oak. Mrs. Bertha Strahan. struction. Crews said. president director membership GIBBS CO. CREAM

Buna Tex., and Mrs. Dorothy Crews said the superintendent would He added provide that swimming the school instruc-board chairman and delegate to the OR Parker's Drive In 7 ri'' w

Carter Quitman Ga.; one son. told.members of the school board state convention.In .
and the
tors while the county city JASPER HIGHWAY
J. B. Mercer Valdosta Ga. two active
; and Williamson that a of school, Gamble was an
of the
would for the upkeep
brothers. Forest Mercer and Rus the county's need for classroom pay member of the Future Farmers of

Mercer both of Live Oak; and space would have to be made before pool.The America and an athlete.In .
committee in charge of soliciting -
one sister. Miss Bertie Mercer, he could authorize this de- 1962, this outstanding young
donations said set
Live Oak. viation. Bailey recommended that they farmer led the way in organizingthe
He had 22 minimum pledges of $50 from every -
grandchildren and the board sell revenue certifi- first non-profit protectionclub
14 great-grandchildren. cates to finance the project. Negro family $100 from every in the country. This char-
Negro business, and $100 from every -
Funeral services
4 were conducted Since both boards have approved tered organization established
Sunday at, 3:00 pm. in the the sale of revenue certifi- Negro school teacher.J. largely through Gamble's efforts
L. Bevel, principal of Doug- -
Orange Baptist Church with burial cates, only confirmation by the saved Suwannee County farm-
lass pointed out that $100
in the church
cemetery. alone despite
Florida Legislature must be secured ers over $30,000
Active pallbearers were Bill before funds can be acquired. apiece from every Negro school heavy losses throughout the coun-

Reid, Clarence Driggers Ray If this legislative confirma- teacher in the county would account try. During 1963 estimates are the

f Baker Bill McManaway Harry tion is forthcoming, it would for $5,000 there are 50 club will save Suwannee farmers

school teachers in the
Clark, and James Brown. appear that funds through this Negro $75,000.

Honorary pallbearers were Boag method could be secured more county. Gamble's neighbors call him
Dees George Dees Harry Howes quickly than through the original The committee also noted thatit "a Christian man a dedicated
would confine its solicitationsto
Charles Howes. Drew Landen plan. farmer a hard worker and aneighbor's ,
j the Negro community for the ,
Stanley Saunders
Marvin .
Horn The swimming pool part of the neighbor"
Rudolph Scott and Mac Mercer.J. project will be paid for through next two weeks "doing everythingwe .
B. Daniels Funeral can to raise money in an honest i
f was in charge. Home donations raised by a special Ne- way" before asking for dona- No.
gro committee that will 4chitect
S solicit I tions from "our white neighbors".
Fund raising methods include and instruct him to go
forward with plans. .
the sale of pies peanuts benefit IN LIVE OAK -
A Thought For TodayBy suppers and a county-wide beau- The commission hired Herschell .
Corbett and Gordon Newburn to
BRODY a HARRIS ty contest.
; work on the county fence crew

"To refuse to grow old is the'unmistakable sign and H. E. Ennis to drive a mow-

y 4 of youth. No. 2 ing machine.

I If troubles part time Job at the Registrar's .
wf one to look a bit below the surface
he will find a lot of truth in the above statement. Office her two years at North

r 4.,,...,.,) Although one may become less spritely and his reactions Florida Junior College this year. No. 5

I : dulled a little as the years roll by. the person She is a member of the Baptist propriations set 'up by the coun-

't who makesan effort to remain young in spirit Student Union the College Chorus ,
will show unmistakable signs of ties.However RATLIFF MOTOR CO.
: .
l ': and a select singing group he said that trained
: The attitude not too long ago was that 70
years called the Colen Kelly Choraleers.She directors available
are at the
age was pretty much the twilight of 'productive
,: life. Today however reaching 70 often brings a plans to enter the University present time and that the counties -

,> 1I i' person to the threshold of greater responsibilities. of Florida in September and must hire .some good reliable

This situation we suspect is the result of many I I began work toward becoming- a person and train him in all the
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Smvannee Bows To Gainesville ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1963 VOL. 78, NO. 52

7-1 For First Season's DefeatThe
Soil Stewardship The Suicannee High Baseball Team

proud Suwannee High School baseball ieam :
bowed 7-1 to P. K. Yonge of Gainesville Friday in a cru- Observance SetThe
cial game that knocked the previously unbeaten Bulldogs
out! of state tournament play. annual observance of Soil
The Bulldogs defeated J Lake City in a thrilling con- Stewardship Sunday has been set
z test Thursday to meet the Blue to the turf. Before the Bulldogs for the week of May 19 to 26, s.w s.
Wave in the sub-group finals on could recover, both P. K. Yonge according to Suwannee River Soil :4 h
Friday. runners had crossed home plate. Conservation District Board
Although they were turned back The Bulldogs, unable to score Chairman J. Dan Ross. z' :y7c rw
from the brink of competing for in three innings, were in for more The District is distributing to yB
state Class A honors, the Bulldogs abuse. The Blue Wave punched churches in Suwannee County i h
_ record of 13 wins and 1 loss across two more runs in the top bulletins' explaining the reasons ; '
is a record for Suwannee High of the fourth inning for a 4-0 for this observance and contain- S. ,
I. the best in the Keystone Conference lead. ing Scripture references. a
and one of the best prep In the bottom of the fourth, John Hampton, local Soil Con-
baseball records in Florida.In the Bulldogs managed their only servation Service Technician, met 4 ? t '
J face of all this. P. K. Yonge run during the long night. Myron briefly with the Live Oak Minis-
with a record of 8 wins and 6 Holmes got on base with a walk, terial Alliance at their meeting *$
losses will go to the state tournament stole second, and later scored on Wednesday. May 1, and gave each <. C a tiif
by virtue of winning this a hit by Lester Frier. of the pastor's present one of the R( Y
one game. The Bulldogs whippedthe The Blue Wave matched this bulletins. There are still a few -era z
Blue Wave twice in regular effort with another tally in the copies available and anyone interested -
season play. fifth inning, and added two more in obtaining a copy can
'The once-beaten Bulldogs however runs in the seventh for the d in- do so at the Soil Conservation
still have a shot at the Key- cher. Service office in the County Agri- ::
stone Conference Crown that will Coach Wayne Forehand noted cultural Building in Live Oak.
be decided in a one-game show- that the Blue Wave played flaw- Corn Planting DemonstrationThere t :'
down with the Pirates of Fernan-I less ball while Suwannee feel- is to be a demonstrationof
dina Beach here Tuesday. ing the effects of its first night the first and second cultiva- ? ..
Suwannee playing its first and game committed six errors. tion of corn planted using the a
only game of the season under These errors coupled with walks mulch planting method. This is
the lights fell behind P. K. Yonge accounted for 5 of P. K. Yonge's scheduled for the Herbert Powell
I in the first inning as the Blue 7 runs, while the other two were farm located in Gilchrist County
Wave scored two runs on a freak earned. about six miles north of Tren-
Runs Hits Errors ton on U. S. Highway 129 begin-
play.With two away and two run- Suwannee 1 5 G ning at 1:30 p.m. Thursday May
ners on base, a P. K. Yonge bat- P. K. Yonge 7 7 1 9. hM s. 6
ter popped up to the infield, a R The same system of planting
sure out under normal circum- Seminole Indians at Florida's corn was used in the demonstration Shown above is the Suwannee High School baseball team that has this year set a school record for the number of consecutive
stances. One of the Blue Wave Silver Springs prepare turtles for held in February of this year games won. The team downed 13 straight opponents before bowing to P, K. Yonge of Gainesville week in the finals of sub-group
base runners however, knockedthe eating by cooking them in their on the Henry Ward and Sons competition. (Front row, from left) Dave Melvin, Woody Greene, Lee Harvard Randy Howard, Wally Allen, Malcomb Brady. (Secondrow
Bulldog short stop's glove off shell. They first clean and stuff farm.
and the ball dropped unmolested them with Spanish moss. ) Manager Frank Allen Leslie Kirby, Harry Taylor, Myron Holmes, Derrell Croft, Milton Sumrell (Third row) Coach Wayne Fore-
Stainless steel is the most prac- hand, Johnny Hurst Lester Frier, Harry Vann Dean Croft Robert Dees, Manager Larry Strickland.

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News From Branford
Group 3 MeetFlorida Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City The Community Sing will be Carl Tressler visited Mr. and ,'

filled his appointment here SUn- held at Pine Level Baptist Church Mrs. Drew Hobnea Monday night
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BY: MRS. LOIS WIWAMS High of Tallahasseewon day. We had., good services and Saturday night. May 11, at 8 Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Partner
the Group in, Class B.Track were glad to have some visitors. o'clock. Everyone Is cordially invited spent Friday night at SMnhat- .,
Meet with a total of 118 points. Mrs. J. J. Bronson of Clermontand to attend.

Branford placed second with Beach and daughter. chee.Mr.
Branford Mrs. Fletcher Hosts Ervin
Branford FFA Rev. Sammy Sealey of Perry and Mrs. Ernest Holm-
70 l/z points and Jennings placed Connie of Haines City were guests
Methodist WomenThe third with 30 points. Other schools .of their parents Mr and Mrs. T. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes

School Hosts ContestThe entering were Cross City Jasper F. Beach last week end. We are Joe Johnson.Mr. Tuesday night.
Methodist Women's Soci- and Madison. that Mrs. Beach continues and Mrs. Drew Holmes were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Lee
ety of Christian Service met at Branford will send seven boysto seriously ill. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Indianapolis, Ind.. spent last

Menu the home of Mrs. Ouida Fletcher Branford F:F.A. Chapter the state meet: David Staple- Rev. Marvin Odom filled his Willie Howell Saturday night. week end here with Carl TresslerMr.

.:- Tuesday night Mar. 30, with ten played host to the District Three ton Charles Kilpatrick, Luther i appointment at the Deep Creek Trooper James Fortner of Pen- and Mrs. Loye. Head visit
members present. F.F.A. Contest Friday, May 3. The ed Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Koon, Don of
b isy13 through Slay 17 Philpot Billy Collins Advent Christian Church near sacola spent a couple days
The program was given by Mrs. following chapters placed first in David Allen and Johnny Fissell. Lake City Sunday. here with his parents Mr. and awhile Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

MONDAY W. S. Ware. Mrs. H. W. Suggs the different contests: Public Branford will be entered in the Mrs. Bill Barkley of Newberrywas Mrs. L. P. Fortner. and Mrs. Donald Wilsor.

Steamed Frankfurtrers Mrs. O. Z. Jones and Miss Barbara Speaking Santa Fe; Parliamen- pole vault, shot put, high jump. a guest of her parents. Mr. Mrs. L. B, Wilson of Astatula is spending a few days in Asta-
Baked Beans I Miller who were delegates tary Procedure, J. F. Williams, tula with Mr. and Mrs.
mile run, 880 run., low hurdles and Mrs. O. D. Beach. Sunday. spent last week here with Mr. L. B. Wil
Cole Slaw I to the Women's Society Confer- Live Oak; Quartet Newberry;
and the mile relay. Mrs. Austin Cannon and children and Mrs. Harry Lepper and Mr. son.Mr.
Cherry Cobbler ence in Daytona Beach. They String Band,-Hawthorne; Har- and Mrs. Myrtle Sandlin and Mrs. Donald Wilson. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and
Buns Butter Milk gave a very enlightening talk on monica, Branford, James Cran- Jimmy spent Sunday with Mi
were business visitors in Brooker
TUESDAY the highlights of the conference.At ford; Sweetheart Williston; and BranfordPersonals Thursday.Mr. munity Center.A and Mrs. Drew Holmes.
Cheese Pizza the close of the meeting Tractor Driving. Palatka. covered dish supper will be Carl Tressler spent Sunday wvtl-
and Mrs. G. L. Carter and
Potato Chips Mrs. Fletcher served her guests The Branford Chapter was hap- served prior to the program and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
Mr. and Mrs. Dosh Nelson all
Green Salad mint lemonade and cake. The refreshment py to have the opportunity to of Jacksonville visited Mr. and business meeting. Mrs. J. F. Toole and Jimmy
Spiced PeachesCookiesBread table was covered witha host the other chapters and wish Garth Nobles chairman Rec- and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stott and Mrs. T. F. Beach Sunday after-
Butter Milk pink Irish linen cloth and white to express its thanks to everyone reation Sub-committee the Su- and Mrs. W. P. Brim Sunday af-
family of
f WEDNESDAYRoast milk glass serving dishes were that helped make it a success.. Jacksonville were Sun- noon. wannee County Rural Areas De- ternoon. Other visitors in the I
day visitors Mr. and Mrs. B. E. had
of Mr. and Mrs. Ru- Spooner
used. velopment Council will be Brim home
pres- were Mr. Mrs
state convention will be and
BeefWhipped The dolph Hatch and family. three of their sons with them last
Those attending Mrs. E. ent and discuss "Recreation And Broward
were stewart Mrs. Jessie
Potatoes held in Daytona Beach June 11- Roger Sherwood week and
of U. of P. visited end Ben Stet. Ernest
R. How It Will Affect Rural Areas".
Witherall Mrs. Graham Owen Brim Johnny Brim, Augustus
Sliced 14, at which time Branford'sJames
Tomatoes/Pepper Rings Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch all of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Mrs. Marion Parker Mrs. W. E. This should be a very interesting Brim. Mrs. R. W. Mo eley. and '
Cranford will be
Purple Plums compet-
Sunday night. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland
I Priest Mrs. W. S. Ware Mrs. G. program. Nelda Moseley.Mrs .
Dinner Rolls Butter Milk' ing for state title in the har- Mr. and Mrs A. O. Dorsett left son and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
C. Butler Miss Barbara Miller. President Laure B. Roberson Drew Holmes visited Mrs
THURSDAY monica contest. Special out of Wednesday six tin all of Gainesville
on a weeks Beach
Mrs. H. W. Suggs, and Mrs. O. Z. trip urges all members and interested Gordon Keeling in Live Oak Friday -
Baked Ham Jones. town guests were Leon Sims of They will be visiting in Big Bend, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie persons to be present. afternoon.
Sweet Potatoes Gainesville and Elmo Douglas of Tex., Waco. Tex.. Pacific Coast Beach Sunday.M. .
Green Beans High Springs, third state vice and Chicago.Mrs. M. Tidwell was a business

I Apple Sauce Branford president of F.F.A. Mary Drew Boatright and visitor in Live Oak Friday morn-

t Bread Butter Milk ,Chapter Douglas was master of cere- Mrs. Kathryn Sykes attended the ing.Crops For All Your NeedsWITH

FRIDAY To Hold InspectionThe monies for the sweetheart con- Ace Parade of Beauty Show at here are looking much

Devided Eggs/Saltines test held Friday night. the International Inn in Tampa better since last week's rain.
Branford OES will have
English Sunday and Monday. Those who were not through
their official inspection Friday
planting have been busy and
Grapefruit Sections night May 10 with a covered dish Adele Robertson, will be the in- LP
Peanut Butter/Apple Jelly supper at 6:30: prior to the in- spector.All Mrs. Fissell Honored some have planted Some crops GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE
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I Carmichael'Reunion 'Woman's Club Tea I j ji Advent Christian Group

r (9/g Here And There Held In PerryThe i I The Woman's Club of Live Oak Holds Business MeetThe

held its final luncheon and business -
late Jack M. Carmichael meeting of the year Friday. W. H. Ss F. M. Society of
Virginia Kennon Harshaw infant ents. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Lee. Reunion was held Sunday, April Mrs. B. F. Leigh reported on the Advent Christian Church met

: WGIA&EI'N: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Nunzert week of 21. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the state convention attended by at the church Sunday evening
Frank Harshaw spent the week St. Petersburg spent the with Mrs. John Schneider
James Jackson in Perry. Attend- she and Mrs. Brody Harris club pie-
I end with her grandparents, Mr. end with Mr. and Mrs S. B.'Mc-
ing from here were Mr. and Mrs.J. president.Mrs. siding.
all attended the
and Mrs. T. J. Kennon. Cullers. They D. Carmichael and daughters, Dallas Bland sang three Mrs. Johns announced that the

WADSWORTH Society Editor Mrs. J. Branch Hunter spent Folk Festival in White. Springs Nancy Peggy and Bonita, Mr. numbers accompanied by Mrs. R. annual regional convention of the
CLARA S. the week end with Mr. and Mrs.T. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Gary Neely. Mr. and L. Brinkman and Mrs. Wm. R. W. H. & F. M. will be held in

J. Kennon.Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams Mrs.. Johnnie Bonds and daugh- Slaughter. Lake City on May 22-23-24. She
and Mrs. B.C. Hall of Jack- of Chicago HL, left Thursday for also noted that the rummage sate
Marlene and and
Mrs. Hillhouse Feted Garden BoardTo ters. Rhonda Winning the hat contests were
sonville Beach visited Mr. and their home after spending several -
grandson. Mike. Mr. and Mrs. held Saturday was highly suc-
E. K. Hamilton for the craziest
Meet TuesdayThe Mrs. Niels Brorsen over the week days with Mr. Williams' mother cessful. The executive board will
On Jack Carmichael and Den-
BirthdayMrs. sons. Mrs. W. M. Jernigan for
Executive Board of the end. Mrs. Hall is remaining with Mrs. S. A. Williams. Mrs. ton and Davis Mr. and Mrs. the meet on the last Thursday afternoon -
of Mc I most original, and Mrs. Earl
G. N. Hillhouse Williams accompanied them home
her Live Oak Garden Club Inc., will Mrs. Brorsen for a few days. Richard Marion and children F. Walther for the most complimentary of each month, she said.
Alpin was honored Sunday on Baillie and will also visit in Wisconsinand
and Mrs. J. W.
Rev. In other business, the club
Mr. meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 Tony Debbie, and Brenda, Mr. to her outfit.
78th birthday at the home of spent last week at Daytona Beach. West Virginia. voted to change the general
in the Garden Center. and Mrs. Clyde Cross, Mr. and Hostesses
in the for the day were Mrs.
and Mrs. A. W. Ross .
also attended two
Rev. Baillie a meeting from the first Sunday of
Mrs. Jack Cross and children Woodrow Dees chairman. Mrs. E.
Philadelphia Community.
day Sunday School meeting.Mr. each month to the first Tuesday.
Jack Jr.. Annette, and Sheryl W. Trussell Mrs. Charles P.
Dinner was served from tables Clarence Crowe and Mrs. Fred Young and Mrs. Townsend Circle Mrs. Shirley Cross and son, Rob- Huffman, Mrs. Virginia Wynne The yearly budget was accepted.A .
set up on the lawn. All of Mrs.Hllihouse's children spent the week end at reception will be held for the
On Hostess Monday NightCircle ert Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward Mrs. Marvin Phillips, Mrs. E. K.
children presentand Feted BirthdayClarence
were Clearwater Beach.
graduating seniors of the church
and daughters Diane and Regina. Hamilton. Mrs. Harold
they are Mr. and Mrs. Arnett Crowe, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Porter and Three of the First Presbyterian Wolfe on Sunday, May 26, in the social
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Mrs. J. D. Martin, Mrs. Jack
Hillhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Arthur Crowe, celebrated his children spent the week end in Church met Monday
Mrs Arise children Kim and Kenn, Mr. and White, Mrs. J. L. Long, Mrs. hall.The
Haas of McAlpin Mr. and Mrs. A. eleventh birthday last. Thursday Crystal River and Eustis visiting I night in the home of Myrtle Carter Circle wtU
Mrs, Jimmy Jones, Drew Allen, Claude
members Vice. Mrs. H. J. Evans
with 8 ,
W. Ross Jr., and Mrs. Claude evening, with an outdoor party at friends and relatives.Mr. K. Townsend and meet with Mrs. Tom Bell on
Silas King. Mrs. B. J. Bispham and Mrs. Joe
Cannon of Ft. Lauderdale. his home. and Mrs. Wilber S. Bell present. Monday, May 20, at 3:30 p.m.;
Other relatives present were The table was covered with a and sons Kenneth, Allen and Miss Moren Brorsen gave the Others attending were Mr. and the Mary Brown Circle with meet

Mr. and Mrs. Bob McGranahan, birthday cloth and at each end of John of Haines City spent the devotional and Mrs. I. R. Teagle Mrs. Buddy Ward and children, RU with Mrs. George Croft at 8 pua.;

> Melvin Voyles Jr., of Ft. Lauder- the table was placed a birthday week end with his mother, Mrs. gave the monthly emphasis which Cliff Gregg, and Becky of Oca- Aliss and the Elsie Kirby Circle will
dale, Mrs. L. M. Brackett of Pan cake. In the center was a silver W. F. Bell. was the Women of the Church la, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Carmich- Cannady Kitchen meet with Mrs. Stewart Nobles on

ama City, Mr. and Mrs. James tray of popcorn balls individually Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clayton left birthday objective.Mrs. ael and sons James Doyle and Shower, HonoreeMiss Thursday, May 23, at 8 pm.
Earl Ross of Madison, Mr. and wrapped. Balloons lolly-pops, Sunday for San Francisco and Lillia Mock gave the Bible Keith, of Jacksonville. Mr. and Patsy Cannady. bride- .

Mrs. George Wayne Ross and and gum were at various placeson i Los Angeles, Calif., where they lesson, Matthew Chapter 16, Ver- Mrs. Garner Carmichael and elect, was the inspiration for a

daughter, Karen, and Mr. and the table. will spend a week before leaving ses 13-25, "The King Is Identi- daughters, Tina Lisa, and Jam- unique kitchen shower last David Poole Party
and daughters by jet for Hawaii I fied". mie, of Lake City, Jackie and
Mrs. Johnny Seigel After playing several games refreshments where they will Thursday evening when Mrs. J.
Carol and Gail, of Jack- of birthday cake and spend six weeks with their son- A social hour was enjoyed following Jerry Carmichael of Branford, Graham Black of Jasper enter- Honoree ThursdayMr.

sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cor- iced Cokes were served by Mrs. in-law and daughter Mr. and the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McIntosh tained in her honor. A Florida
and Mrs. Morris Poole
dle of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs.E. Charles Landers of Sarasota and Mrs. Orton Bryan and their U and son, Wesley of Branford, wildlife decor was carried out.
Jackson and son, Alex, honored their son, David, with a
Mrs. Lynda
EL. Erdman and daughters, Mrs. Crowe. daughters, Lisa and Laurie. The groom-elect being a wildlife
Mrs. Hosts and Mrs. birthday party on April 26 at the
Linda and Lucia, of Tampa Mrs. I Invited to be with Clarencewere Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart Leming of Topeka Kan., Mr. officer.
Roy Martell and children. Kin Lee Williams, Virginia Page spent Sunday afternoon in Pa- Goodwill ClubThe Roy Dixon of Tampa, Mr. and The dining room table was cov- Recreation Center on his ninth
birthday.The .
and Phil, of Flagler Beach, Mr. Jovita Glass, Pam Fortner Eliza- latka visiting Mr. and Mrs. DonE. Goodwill Club met Tues- Mrs. Hugh Dixon of Videlia, Ga., ered with an imported cream colored -
divided into teams
and Mrs. A. W. Ross Sr., and Al beth White Jim Barnhart, Alvin, Nipper and family. afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hicks and cloth embroidered in white group
day baseball.
Mr. and played
Ross of this city. Miss Cookie Dan, and Charles Bembry, Jack Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Baillie and Mrs. Ross Leming with six mem- daughter Marsha, of Perry and centered with an Evergladeswood
Haas, Miss Glenda Haas, John Cross, Joe Phillips Mike Conley, Mrs. Glenn Milton spent Monday bers present. Each of the members and Mrs. Thornton Dixon and scene. Trays held salad Jeanie and Darlene Chambliss
Mike Haas and Kitty and Martin and Michael visiting Glenn Milton in children, Diane, Debbie, and David served the guests refreshments o-f
and Mac Todd, the Val- participated in a Bible lesson molded into fish, lobster, and
Andy Connell of McAlpin; Bonds, Charles and Clifford dosta, Ga., hospital.Mr. and games. of Videlia. Ga., Jewell Shep- turkeys.Mrs. hot dogs, cold drinks, and roast;

Mrs. H. B. Brock Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Sunny Jones, Gregg Sapp, and Mrs. Joe Rawls and Prizes were won by Mrs. Jes- pard of Perry Mr. and Mrs. James McGauley of Wash ed marshmallows.

Lloyd Brock and'sons, Lamar John White Michael Nobles, Mrs. Nellie Rawls of Cairo, Ga.. sie Brown and Mrs. W. W. Hunt- Howard Parlard and Mrs.son, Arthur Bryon, ington, D. C., sister of the hono- I Twenty guests were invited.
Wendell, and Tommy, Mrs. Foster Fuzzy and James Ratliff Julian and Mrs. Nettie Rawls of Thom- of Perry, Mr. ree. kept the guest book. Others
Dosal and Steve and Marcus -
i Lashley and Stan, Mrs. Billy Durkam, and Buddy Hurst. asville Ga., were Sunday visitors er.Refreshments were served by sons assisting Mrs. Black were Vir- nova.

Dean and Harold, Mrs. Hershal of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rawls the hostess, and the meeting was derson of Tampa of Columbus, and ,Shirley Ohio. Hen- ginia Vickery Nelle Dedge. Mari- Among the out-of-town guerts

Edwards and Pat Mike, and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rawls, closed with prayer. The next U N lyn Bembry, Becky Lewis Kay was the groom-elect's mother,

all of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wilhelm Honored Jimmy and Tommy Rawls. meeting will be held May 13 at Rhoden, Patty Griner, Mrs. Sheldon Mrs. L .M. Crews Jr., and his

Morris Brock Clarice Jean, Mrs. With Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Danny B. Mc- Mrs. Phil Brim's home. (Office Supplies McCrimon's) Lewis, and Mrs. Sayer Ca- aunt Mrs. Dave McNeill.
Oreva Brock Mrs. Edna Baggett, --- Crimon and son Burt, and Andy
t Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White Mr. The TEL Class of the First Day. spent Sunday afternoon at

and Mrs. Harvey Whigham Mr. Baptist Church held a covered Silver Springs.Mr. y CC, Y i
and Mrs. Robert Whigham. Mr. dish supper last week in honorof and Mrs. E. H. Mattinglyand

and Mrs. Harvey Gainor. and Mrs. Annie Wilhelm who is daughter. Martha, of Atlanta ..

.* Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bishop Jr. and moving to Washington, D. C. Ga., spent several days recently -

Wallace and Ronald, all ,of Cairo, The business meeting was held with Mr. Mattingly's par- Y
Ga.; prior to the luncheon with Mrs.

Mrs. Bob Dean Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dease presiding.
t J. W. Dean and Jim, and Mrs. There were 11 members and 4 RENEW YOUR .n

Howard Bishop all of Bainbridge, visitors present. DRIVERS LICENSES .

Ga., Mrs. Howard Edwards and N DURING THE MONTHOF
Mrs. Ethel BIspham of Whigham, Annual

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Owens Party GivenMiss COUNTY JUDGE ..;..
Sharon Hart and Miss II I 1 n .. 'y ,,..l.r ,..AM
Caroline Hart were hostesses for h. '

an annual signing party at their !; ; ,

home Saturday evening.A WhyIs .
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large table covered with a
x white linen cloth held assorted "1:';' ,
nuts, chips, crackers, dips, punch, .. .- ,
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gum, and candies. ., d
.o Around 35 guests dropped by Thereb '., "
n during the evening. "

So ?( A'
and son, Avery. of Savannah Ga., }

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IN THE- COURT" OF THE COUNTY day-of,1I&7. 1963. If you fan to do so, PT tJ GcraUfee. M. Ga.hfe,
At Khcanis Luncheon Law Is Awarded Attend GuardConvention JUDGE 'SUWANNEE COUNTY, jo gmeat by default will be taken against D.C.

FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. nw' for tie relief_. 1temfn4ed in ...theComlai.L .... Ifci
: IN RE: Estate of __
TV Meteorologist Says / Heroism MedalStaff General and Mrs. Louie C. Dcccwed. Florida this 20th day of April 1963 AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
: Wadsworth Colonel and Mrs. To All Creditors and PenH..iae LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS FLORIDA. IN PROBATE *
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Clerk of Circuit Court IN RE*The Estate fANNIE
Discusses Weather Sergeant Dean F. Law of George H. Dale, Lt. Colonel and You and each of you are hereby notified Suwannee County FloridaBy LAURIE LONG
ForecastingGeorge T. Tuttle Major and and required to present any claims : Lavaughn A. Sessions .e..ed.
Wellborn has been awarded the Mrs. Robert and demands which you or either of Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS

meteorologist for WJXT-TV Airman's Medal by the United Mrs. Paul Crews, Captain and you, may have against the estate of (Circuit Court..Seal) AD creditors of the Estate of Annie
Wintering McKeithen. Captain Dewey D. North deceased late of said O. A. BUIE. JR.Columbia Laurie Lon&, deceased
T. are hereby nou>
States Air Force for an act of Mrs. Henry
Wednes- County, to the County Judge of SUwaDb .
addressed Kiwanians Courthouse fkdysnd'regaired file
in Jacksonville claims
Channel 4 any or
heroism involving the'voluntary and Mrs. Nicky M. Tsacrios, Count Florida at his office in the Lake City Florida demand whfch they may have against
day April 24 on the techniques and hazards of fore- Charles T. court house of said County at Live Oak. said the
risk of his life. and Captain and Mrs. Florida within six calendar months Attorney for Plaintiff estate i office of the County

casting the weather. Sergeant Law, a C-130 Hercu- Baisden attended the National from the time of the first publicationof 50-1 Judge the Court of Suwannee He.se at County Live Oak Florida, Florida, in,
to questions that he could not Association Con- this notice. Each claim or demand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD within
Winterling replied les flight engineer with the All Guard Officers six (6) calendar months from the
shall be
in writing, and shall state the
lorsee any rain In this area for the earth they have areas that Force Missile Test Center at Pat. vention held in Tampa last week place of residence and post office address JUDICIAL SUWANNEE CIRCUIT COUNTY IN, AND FLORIDA.IN FOR. notice.date of Each the demand first pablieatiea or data must of this be

Follow appear confused in reality they of the claimant, and shall be CHANCERY. filed in duplicate in writing and
days. end.
10 muststate
the next week or sworn to by the claimant, their ,
agent JACOB E. BLANTON and his wife. the plat of
certain PHWeeee and post
K. into
ing his Introduction by E. fit or attorney, and any such claim or demand JEWELL P. office address of the claimant and muat
Hamilton Winterling declared: Spots not so filed shall be void. BLANTON.Plaintiffs, be sworn to by the claimant his agent

""If Ham is going to tell you I Winterling noted, too, that .,.. Qayland Boys, Girls As Grace administrator H. North of the Estate of J. T. G. CRAWFORD V.. and FRANCIS or according his attorney to law., or it will become void

cant go back to Jacksonville untilit what occurs on the sun 93 mil- "; ." Teams 52-3 Dewey D. North deceased. IRSCH and HENRY E. ELLIS. Trustees GEORGE L. LONG

rains then I must remind him lion miles away effects our wea- Rip McAlpin NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendants. 50-1 Administrator
afternoon the girls IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
as sun Thursday
suite'The ther. phenomena THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
that I my
weatherman said that fore, spots are associated. with cold rrgy.xy and boys from McAlpin met the FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN-OF Francis Inch and Henry E. Ellis if IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
the said Defendants are living and if said IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
casters, because of the multiple weather, he said. Clayland girls Defendants are deceased the unknown FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
forecasts, have a For ground level forecasting, Tigers' field for two thrilling CHARLES E. LUCK. spouses heirs, devisees, grantees creditors IN RE: The Estate of
use of or other parties claiming by, W. A. WARD.
difficult time telling the weather the meteorologist said, innovations games of softball. PlaintiffDONNA through under or against such deceased Deceased.
in radar equipment have The Clayland girls won witha va. Defendants if alive, and if dead their Notice Of Application Of Final Discharge
story adequately.He S. LUCK unknown heirs, devisees. legatees, or Of Surviving Executor
Radar of 19 to 4, leading thru-
weather fore- proved highly successful. score DefendantTO and all Notice is
noted that the grantees; parties having or hereby given that I have
Donna whose last known
affects the farmer will pick up falling rain droplets. out the game. The boys wroughta :address S.resident Lack residence is claiming to have any right. title or Interest filed ray petition for a discharge an
cast not only or
22 to 4 in the property herein described Surviving Executor of the Estate of W
also noted that decisive victory 9711 Main Street, Damacus, Mary
and the businessman, but the to-wit: A. Ward, deceased; that I will apply
housewifeand there has been some success in recent exceeding the record set by the land. The NEB of the SEA ant the to the Honorable Reece Brown. County
fisherman, picnicker, You are hereby notified that. Com- SH of SE% of Section 15, Judge of S..waanee County Florida on
outdoor sportsmen of all types. years in "controlling" the IN' ox'a girls. plaint for a Divorce has been filed in Township 4 Sooth, Range 15 East; Tuesday May ZI, ma for approval of
above named Court, and .
the forecaster trys weather on a limited scale. He v. the you are You and each of you are hereby severally the same and for db charge: as Surviving -
Consequently, cited the use of heaters and water We were all a lot better off required Pleading to serve to the a copy Complaint of your upon Answeror the notified that Jacob E. Blanton and Executor of the aM Estate: that
to inform the public of what his wife Jewell P. Blanton. filed their an accounting to the Court was wah ed
particularlythe sprinklers in orange groves to : when the hand that rocked the Plaintiffs: Attorney. Wm. Randall sworn Complaint in the Circuit Court of by the Testator in and by Me Mid Will
or will not occur, Slaughter P. O. Box 508 Live Oak.
trees. He noted, how I cradle paddled the bottom, too. and file the the Suwannee County, Florida against you and no aeeovKttsc will be made to the
the Florida original in
protect I .
chance of rain forecast. II and each of you as Defendants seeking Court but has bee made to the interested -
of Telegraph ever, that applying water to trees I office of the Clerk'of the Circuit Court. to quiet the title of the Plaintiffs to the parties
Suwannee County Florida or
on- above described real property located in S/ D. S. WARDScrvfvtsg
in freezing weather requires a 31st day of A. D. 1963. if
the May you
invention NOTICES Suwannee County, Flonda. Exeewtor
Winterling noted that the PUBLIC of the
i'Mk7. 0 to contest the otherwise the
delicate balance or the tree will care same You are further hereby notified that Belate of W. A. Ward
of the telegraph was thegreatest allegations of the Complaint will be the return day of this Notice to Defendis 4S
the freeze. taken as confessed by you. May 25, 1963, and shall said
to forecasting j you on
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Done and ordered in Live Oak. Florida -
that using the date
He speculated serve a of defense if
weather. Operators could send the JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY, this 29th day of April. A. D. 1963. upon Alfred T.copy Airth.your Attorney for Plaintiffs any.-
weather news down the line, informing heaters to warm the water beforeit FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Lavaughn A. Sessions whose address is P. O. Box 427 FREE
applied to the trees mightbe IN RE: The Estate of Clerk of Circuit Court Live Oak. Florida, and immediately
distant areas of weather SERENER P. HARRELL MIZELL Suwannee County, Florida thereafter
file the
original of same in
a more efficient method. He LAW Deceased.To (SEAL) the office of the Clerk KIDDIES SHOWAT
conditions headed their way. SGT. D. F. of the Circuit
explained that water would hold AH Creditors and Persons Having By: Geraldine II. Gamble. D.C. Court of the above styled Court; other- tilE ALEHAB THEATRE
Later the U. S. Government established Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: 52-9
a Confesso will be
weather stations for its heat and carry it down to rick AFB, received the award for You and each of you are hereby noti- tered against yon. en- Saturday Morning From 1012.
ground level rather than allow- in rescuing two airmen fied and required to present any claims IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD WITNESS of the Honorable Cir-
forecasting. When the value of his part and demands which you or either of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR cuit Judges of the Third Pick Up Your FREE Tickets At
weather information was recog- ing the heat to escape into the from a burning aircraft that you may have against the estate of SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA. of Florida, as well as Judicial the Clerk Circuit of GIBBS CO.
upper air. crashed at Evreux AB, France, Serener P. Harrell Miiell. deceased late JACK HOOD. the Circuit Court, all on the 19th day
nized for the general public, these of said County, to the County Judge of Plaintiff. of April. 1963. OR
transferred Noted other factors that affect while he was stationed there in Suwannee County, Florida, at his office -VI- LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS ,
stations were
weather the weather, Winterling cited nuclear in the court house of said County at ALYNE HOOD Clerk of Circuit Court A & W ROOT BEER
from regulation by the Department 1961.He Live Oak Florida within six calendar Defendant.
Suwannee County, Florida
of Agriculture to the explosions whose affect is plunged into the smoke and months from the time of the first publication NOTICETO '-

I little known, and the influence of flames to pull one man from the of this notice. Each claim or : ALYNE HOOD
Department of Commerce, Win- demand shall be in writing and shall Address Unknown.You .
terling continued.He the moon, especially the "new"and wreckage and exposed himself to state the place of residence and post are hereby notified that a Complaint -
"full" moons. imminent explosion repeatedly office address of the claimant, and shall for Divorce has been filed against FREE
said it is important to know an be sworn to by the claimant their agent yo. and you are required to serve a copy
the weather picture abroad because while carrying out the heroic res or attorney, and any such claimor of your answer or other pleadings to 24-HOUR
I demand not so filed shall be void. the Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -
it can affect this country.He cues.The Austin Harrell. G. A. Buie Jr.. Lake City, Florida OXYGEN EQUIPPED
noted, for example, that a. 10 4-H Members sergeant, a graduate of As administrator of the Estate of and file the original answer or other
Wellborn High School, is the son Serener P. Harrell Miiell. deceased. pleadings in the office of the Clerk of
change in the jet stream over Receive Baby ChicksEach 52.3 the Circuit Court on or before the 24th $ Ambulance Service
Law of Rt.
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Asia can make itself felt in Am- the Sears-Roebuck

erica. And a sudden change in Foundation year furnishes funds to' 1, Wellborn. r Phone 362-3333 ,

the bitter cold weather of Siberia -
thousand baby
purchase one
can have an affect on wea- chicks to be given to ten 4-H'ers. Sixth Grade Student t.

ther here in the Southland, he Before receiving the chicks, the Wins Douglass 'Bee' SATURDAY NIGHT T

said.Winterling 4-H'ers must agree to care for sixth WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABIIXIES '"
with William A. Morrell Jr., a
said'that wea- his chicks correctly and then show JAMES B. DANIELS
in grade student at Douglass High FROM 9 TO 1
ther satelites in orbit space,
best in Su
meteorologists can now study wea- his ten County pullets Fair and the Live- School, recently won the Master ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING FUNERAL HOME '
ther conditions from high above William Bevel Trophy for placing THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S
stock Show. East Howard St. y s.
bee /
the earth's surface. He noted that first in the annual spelling -
he receives
satellites for instance have The premium money between the school's intermediateand jfTfi. DANIELS
these L.F.D.S.
is subtracted from the cast of .

shown that clouds have organiza- the chicks and the 4-H'er has to junior high departments. of C. BASS, JR. S

tion. While from the surface of'controlled the difference. Belinda Sue Long, daughter OLD LAKE CITY ROAD .
Steve Long Jr., and Ronald C.
_ Those receiving chicks this year NO MINORS ALLOWED
I Bass, son of E. K. Bass, placed
are Charles Floyd, McAlpin; .
second and third, respectively.Both -- ----- -

Richard Ratcliff, Live Oak; Frank of the students are in the

r Wood, Live Oak; Robert Sullivan, I
r seventh grade.
t l i iI McAlpin; Ronald Sapp, Live The trophy, presented to the 1 T
'6 Oak Janet Howell Branford
\ ; 'ants 1K ; ; school by Principal J. L. Bevel in
Paul Mercer Live Oak Jerry
.V\IV\. ; 1962, will be awarded to the win-
Kinard, McAlpin; George Burn- I
I ner on Achievement Day. The
13fr' ham Wellborn and Zell Stephens -
trophy will be presented by Do- I

Live Oak. retha Herrin gand Principal Bev- ,
call! S el. Second and third place win- I

Orlcinfor The sea turtle, contrary to pop- ners will receive medals.

ular notion, does not weep while
Contest judges were M. C. Ross, .
laying eggs during brief visits to pastor of Ebenezer A.M.E.:; E. Elliot -
the land. The copious tears are a nor- YOU CAN SEE AND FEEL !
sake of your home mal, salt-secreting function. second grade; V. Warren

first grade; E. Duhart consultant.

EJouise Jones of the English department --

it's Mercury Savings Time! FEET called.ACHE ITCH? ltJt : 4 tvT

Vt of all your bones are in the feet. No
wonder they ache swell perspire itch. .
Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L Solu- :
tion for relief of the 52 bones, 66 joints
plus ligaments. Curbs athlete's foot too ::
(sloughs off infection watch healthy S
m skin replace it) or your 48e back at any
drug store if not pleased IN ONE HOUR.
KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper; and WISE'S .
DRUG in Jasper.

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