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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 16, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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J ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 VOL. 79, NO...' l'

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I QTHINKIHfJ New Subdivision f Summers Named Outstanding JayceePresident

", Vernar Hunter Elected
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*2 oUT LOUD I Plans Medallion' .

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Homes 75 Units '
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f :'Y 4fy. 4 .T.Yf Council President
: anI Zi City
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Anniversary issue. I
This issue begins the 80th year :Maynor\ :Manor Subdivi- 'y Yq :fT

of service to the people of Suwan- sion on the .Mayo Road, one

nee County for the Suwannee of the largest housing deve-

t Democrat for it was the third lopments ever planned in Revenue ServiceTo Protsman Named President '

week in May 1884 that the fore- Live Oak, :will\ be opened to

runners of the Democrat began the public Thursday for C Pro.Tern Airth Attorney -

publication of a weekly newspaper tours through two of the f Survey County ,

In this city., projects recently constructed Veteran Councilman Vernar Hunter Tuesday sight

The history of this newspaperhas medallion homes. was named president of the City Council by a unsn lro- 6
been recounted times in
t the intervening years many and the Miss Bernice Baker who heads Business Firms vote as Mayor J. Marvin Phillips presided over the election
said she antici-
the development,
proceedings.
75th edition of 1959 presents in
pates between 200-500 people to The Internal Revenue Servicewill
Councilman 0.
Norman Protsman elected -
was prMil"H.
y great detail the part played by .
come and see these homes. Kitchen begin a "compliance survey"of ....
( and current CUT
this newspaper in the growth and >+.< dent pro-tern
demonstrations will be shown many Suwannee County busi- .
development of the county. It is .' ; Attorney Alfred T. Airth, was appointed -
and balloons 'provided for chil- ness firms in the near future to
recent enough to still be fresh in the of to serve the body. emm-
determine if they aware
the memory of most of our readers dren.Miss sel for the coming year.
Baker owns the 85 acre and complying with Federal, tax '
could be "I feel it is an honor to serve
so no good
purpose with her the filing of tax
tract in conjunction laws requiring "
served by rehashing again the as president of the City Council,
The in returns.
family. project, named
manner in which the present publisher Ronald Green left Hunter said. "And I appreciatethe
of the
memory of her mother envisions ( ) Jaycees presents Bill The survey which is expectedto
Council having confidence
has tried to emulate those 75 completed homes on the site Summers with the Outstanding: Jaycee Member Award. The mem- take about three months to
who the v enough in me to elect me its
developed prestige now within 10 years. ber to receive this honor is selected by the president on the basisof complete, will be conducted by "
enjoyed Suwannee president.
by County'sonly
Features of the subdivision include his contribution to the club during the year. Bill, a former revenue officers who will check across Following the election, Hunter
newspaper.
Anniversaries serve to remind lots up to several acres in president of the organization was chairman of a highly successful section of non-farm busi- took the gavel and appointed the

us of the past and cause us to reflect sizea one and threequarteracre Christmas party that was attended by over 800 children. In addition nesses to see if all required tax committees that will administerthe

on the future.In public park and playground he is chairman of the street numbering campaign a current returns are being filed on time city's growing business until

the case of this newspaper already deeded to the City of Jaycee project. ..- District Director Laurie W. Tom- .A May of 1964. There is no ehane
Live Oak. paved roads sidewalks,
said this week.
the past is resplendent with instance linson in the committee lineup with the
and six inch water line to avoid
a
after instance of this newspaper I Tomlinson emphasized the survey exception of .the outgoing president -
f.
having a part in worthwhile obtaining any complications sufficient in amount residents of 150 4-H'ers Participate is not designed to audit returns r Charles Johnson, being

projects that thru the years have a but is to ascertain" the named 'to fill President Hunter's

helped water. awareness and extent of compli- vacated committee posts.
develop Suwannee- Countyas Suwannee 4-H
The homes will be two, three County i Queen
it is today.In ance with the tax return filing The present members on the
and four bedrooms, depending upon -
of the Internal Committee
requirements Administrative and Finance -
looking to the future
only hope to -continue to we merit can The the two requirements homes to be of the displayed buyer. King Crowned. At Annual Rally Revenue laws, and to check the are Protsman, chairman.

the support and goodwill of the medallion homes. completeness' of Internal Reve- VERNAR HUNTER Johnson and M. J. Kirby; UtiiUties

people of this county as we go Thursday are with all-electric :Mavis McDonald,. daughter of Mr.\ and Mrs. Claude nue's recently installed Master : Committee H. I.. Gilmore,
is equipped
about our ,weekly task of report- One central air-conditioning;; :McDonald of Live Oak, and Aubrey Goff, :son of Mr. and File of business taxpayers. I chairman Kirby. and Protaaan
heating, Town Clerk
ing the happenings, here. This.newspaper's .kitchen facilities including builtin Mrs.\ :Malcolm A. Goff of McAlpin, were crowned Suwannee He emphasized further that City Fire Department, Johnson chairman -

policy is well established wall oven and hot water heat- County's 4-H Queen and King at the Annual 4-H Rally most business managements comply Gilmore and Protsman;

and as we begin another Saturday night.Committee conscientiously with the tax Official QualifyTwo Street Committee, Kirby, chair

year of service it, is with the ardent er.This home also features a Brenda Crews daughter of Mr. laws. However, Tomlinson explained man Gilmore and Johnson.In .
*' other business the Council
hope and purpose that we Oak since the laws are complex candidates have qualifiedto ,
screened porch three bedrooms and Mrs. Paul Crews of Live
continue to have part in Favors and there are many types of in the Branford voted to hire Thomas O. Russ of
may a :two; baths, spacious 'storage, a and Greg Schofield, son of Mr. run upcoming
the growth development and bet- patio andtWcHar carport. In Leaf Transfer, Lease and Mrs. Maurice Schofield of tax returns such as income with- Town Elections set by ordinance i Live Oak on the city police ferce.

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'i terment of _Suwannee County and iddition the: home sit on''a' six- Congressman Don Fuqua said McAlpin were crowned 4-H Prin- holding social security. and a for Tuesday June 11, which will Russ was recommended to theCouncil
the fine people who live here. .' number of miscellaneous excise select the town clerk and three by Mayor Phillips and
tenth of an acre lot. this week in Washington that cess and Prince. Police Chief Howard.
We go into. the 80th year ,of Miss Baker said' this 'project his bill to' provide,forthe continued _l 1'| GattJ4e ;W.:lcame<$the,audience taxes some business taxpayersmay city councilmen._ Elwood "
Russ is the second
policeman
circulation : .was' located in live .Oak.becauseof : i lease and transfer of tobacco approximately 350 persons;! followed rt be fully aware of all of Incumbent Mrs.. Lois Williamshas
the tax returns which to be hired this year in an effortto
a.news. invocation specific ap- Qualified .to seek re-election
ever Bill
the lack :of rental property in acreages had been reported by the by fthe
in this county for only a ply to,their business operations..' for;a fourth term as town clerk make personnel changes -
paper this area. She' explained that this favorable, out of the Agricultural Cannon. Peggy Fletcher and Alan I
Yew additional copies each week situation 'is conducive to a new Sub-Committee on Tobacco McCall led pladges to the 'flags. 1 "Compliance surveys" are made and Frank R.Norris has'qualifiedto city police old force will Russ.the who force 10.35'years
Join on'I
would push our circulation over home market. -' In the House of Representatives. LeTrell Ezell. president of the under the Internal Revenue laws, run for re-election to the city active effective June 1.
duty
the 3,000 figure and we firmly The project will progress slow Girls' 4-H County Council narrated Tomlinson said and are a con- council post four. I
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The Council voted to
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expect to reach that'goal before ly to avoid saturating the market The bill provides for the the program consisting of tinuous part of the regular tax The opening date for qualifying sie Bailey former assistant pay police

this year ends.It with a host of new homes, Miss continued lease and transfer 'of skits by the Wellborn Community enforcement program designed to was May 11 and qualificationswill "
chief who retired recently $ii0)
has now been 32 years since Baker continued. She added that acreage allotments within counties Lucky 'Leven, McAlpin Community maintain high levels of taxpayer be accepted until the 5 pjn. perfmonth
standby
for inactive
salary -
I began my connection with the this steady growth will provide a for the 1964 and 196 crop Beulah Community, and Lucky compliance. Compliance surveys deadline May 25. Qualification fee duties with the force working

Democrat. I was here for the 50th continual stream of construction years. Under this program, Clover Clubs; speeches by Junior will be conducted under the usual is $5.

Anniversary edition .as a reporterand business in Live Oak since muchof which has been in existence for Public Speaking Contest winners high standards of fairness the In- For voters who have not yet approximately five days per,

was the publisher for the the materials to be used in several years a farmer is allowed Bruce Ward and Carol Ann Castle- ternal Revenue Service requiresIn registered the registration books month. Council
The voted to
75th. Let's hope that time will be the project will be bought here to lease several small berry; 4-H Dress Revue winners its dealings with taxpayers. will be open at the town clerk's request
the Smith and
good to me and that I have the and constructed by local firms. acreage allotments and combine Colleen Burnham and Ann Gar- Internal Revenue he said rec- office from May 25 through June city's engineers,

opportunity to participate in the She noted that the project already them Into economically feasible rison; special songs by Margie, ognizes that most of the delin- 7. The polls will be open at the Gillespie bond to issue monies certificate left _after on
surplus
100th anniversary edition.So uses a local paint contractor plots. Claudle, and Nancy McDonald; quents which may be brought to Town Hall on election day June water and construction.

it is with humility and gratitude Harold Landen, and tile contractor Fuqua pointed out that it is and a square dance team includ- light will be the result of honest 11, from 8 ajn. to 7 pjn. certificates sewer would total The

that we note the passing of Clyde Nichols. In addi- necessary to pass a new bill every ing Sandy Potter and Mervin lib. I misunderstandings and oversight. Other posts to be filled are $25,000 and be approximately at the-

another year of publication and tion, the project win use block two years in order to allow by Joy Gude and Aubrey Goff The rare instances of flagrant council post three presently held Council's discretion for used water line

rededicate our efforts to giving supplied by Suwannee Block Company this practice to continue which Pam Parramore and Jeffrey abuse which may be discovered by J. R. Fletcher; and council
extension meters and
the people of Suwannee County a Miss Baker said.A. has met with overwhelming Poole and Bonnie" McLean- and will of course, be dealt with according post five currently held by V. M. other uses.replacing Surplus monies available -

line newspaper.It W. Ross Jr. is- the project favorable response on the part Kiah Eubanks. to law he added. Moses. from the bonds total approximately -

foreman. of the farmer. Each of the 13 4-H Clubs previously ,
_
is always fine to be able to : 50000.
selected a representative
The commission voted to make
At Kiwanis Luncheon
point to community effort for a
based on their 4-H participationand
Annual 4-H Event'Country the city pool available to Suwannee -
Thus I think the
common cause. achievements since last May.
High School Seniors following -
manner in which we are going Each representative is required to Rate Blamed
Faulty System graduation exercises
Store5 Sets on the
about tbe'problem of providing
Background submit a written report and pro- evening of June 3. The pool would:
.recreation facilities for the colored ject records which are judged.
be under the of the
supervision
citizens of this county is For 53 Dress Revue Participants :Those scoring the highest are For 'Special' Hospital ServicesA Live Oak-Suwannee County Recreation -'
most commendable. I am certain named County Princess and
that plans as now developed will faulty rate system established during the depres- Department.No. .
Prince if they are under 14
years ( 4 Continued Page 8))
"A Store" the on
Country provided background for 53
prove satisfactory and solve a of age or King and Queen if they sion places the burden of hospital expenses on very sick

problem that has been a matterof participants in the annual Home Demonstration and, 4-H are 14 or over. persons who require a spectrum of medical services: rather

concern to this newspaper.. Dress Revue. The coronation processionalwas than merely "room and board," the assistant administratorof Bulldogs To Play

I think the plan as outlined in tIre and Mrs. John Robins were the storekeepers led by Janice Eubanks and the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville told Ki-

this newspaper last week is a good Cookie Haas, their college daughter home for the week- Jerry Cribbs 1962 4-H Queen and wanians Wednesday. ingly," Jonnson saia. "However, Exhibition Game _;
one and one that should have the narrator and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Gaylard Helen Bass
end, was ; King. Emmett R. JohnsOn explainedthat boards felt the public reaction to Suwannee High senior lettermen '

full support of the people of the Grace Bunch county Clothing Margaret Wood Beverly Vann. Awards were presented to the prior to the Great Depres- (No. 3 Continued on Face 8)) and next year's football '

county.It served as General Chair- Glenda Haas, Shirley Foster and
Leader Prince and Princess by LaVoye sion of the 1930s, philanthropy team members will clash la a

man for the county-wide event. LeTrell Ezell. Boggus of the Live Oak Jewelry; provided a sizeable proportion of spring practice exhibition

was good to see the resolution County winners were Colleen The white group, scoring from to the King by John Adicks ,of the operating expenses, for non- Box Wins Area game here Friday at 8 p.m.
adopted by the Board of 'Bumham of the Wellborn 4-H 185-194 points included
Carolyn
the Commercial Bank; and,to the profit hospitals. With the depres- Coach Gene Cox said the
County Commissioners! relative to Club who took Junior 4-H honors Scarborough Nannette Greene,
Queen by Buddy Nott of the First
sion however the philanthropy Contest would be played under
game
-
improper use of county materials Ann Garrison of the Lucky June Jones Martha Connell National Bank. Speaking
stopped he said. regular officiating with-
game
equipment and labor on private 'Leven Club who won Senior 4-H i Joyce Collis Jeanie Poole Nancy
Billy Joe Spears narrated the strides
"Because of the rapid Gene Box Suwannee High players in foil dress uniforms.The .
property. If adhered to, this action laurels; and Mrs. L. M. Clayton McDonald and Lenora Fisher. coronation and
ceremony Judy being made in medical sciences School Senior placed second and game will be a battle of
will solve the situation deplored Demonstration Others
who the Home participating Junior
won were -
Adams .
pianist.Refreshments
was
about this time certain ancillary received a (25 award in the Area stars since many of last J'ear'spbeuomena.l
by the recent Grand Jury. portion of the county-wide 4-H: Peggy Carmichael Caro- furnishedby
were departments "were being added to Speaking Contest held at Lake corps will face one
If not adhered to, those guilty contest.All lyn Corbin Pamela Dunn Hazel the Home Demonstration
hospitals including pharmacy City last week. another across the Inc of.
should be immediately fired. garments were prejudgedon Fisher. Dianne Gaylard
Cathy Nell Bottling Co.. and the
Clubs. laboratory, x-ray anesthesia oxygen The Florida Association of Soil scrimmage in the contest
Suwan County is not a back- construction by Mrs. W. J. Hall. Brenda Hunt Barbara Sue
Co.
Coca-Cola "
Bottling
said.
Johnson Bend
and others Conservation District Supervisors Milton SumrelJ AD-BIr
ward county and the sooner we George Mrs. W. E. Maughan and Land. Rita Landen. Marianne
Approximately 150 4-H'ers participated "And charges from these ancillary: sponsored the contest and five Back of the Year, will start at
recognize this fact the more progressive Mrs. Walter Sumner; and on apPearance Nott Marilyn Saunders Barbara in the 4-H Rally. departments gave board of trus- counties were represented. First quarterback for the seniors
will be our thinking and Mrs. Clyde Griffin, Ann Starling.
by Jeanene '
Taylor. Representatives for the. 1963 tees an opportunity to make up place was won by David Herndonof with All-Bir Bend' Ends Wflton
actions. To permit such practices Mrs. O. C. Lanier and Mrs. Julian Becky Wallace, Lee Williams, and coronation ceremony were from "
Dice
for losses. Lake City and third place went and Russell Wadsworth,
'
are reported by the Grand Jury Roberts. Louise Wood.
the Wellborn School Marleen However Johnson continued ta Jimmy Harper of Chiefland. on the flanks. The senior line _
just doesn't fit into the thinking Entries in blue red Senior 4-H: Claudle
were placed McDonald
Burnham and George BurnhamJr. hospitals were losing money on Soil Stewardship Sunday wiD be led by Del Williams,
of our people. and white groups according to Margie McDonald and Mavis Mc- .; Pine View 5th Sandra Aber- the portion of their services lump Church program blanks to be little All-State Tackle and All-
It Is to be hoped that membersof Each en- Donald.
total judging points.
crombie and Charlie Warren ed under the single item of thepatient's used in connection with the ob- Biff Bend Lineman.
the board will be vigilant to see trant could a total of 220 Home Demonstration
score : Mrs.
Hunter Pine View Brenda
6th and
; bin called "room servance of Soil Stewardship Sun- Everett James captain of
that no violations occur and points. Louis Berry and Julia Ann .and Crews and Danny Edwards; Bran board". day were delivered this week to the Bulldog squad last year, will

should such happen that positive The blue group comprised con- Yvonne Berry. ford School Carolyn Scarborough The assistant administrator: explained the First Methodist Church of lead the senior backfle&L: ,
and prompt action is taken. testants who scored from 205- .
and Delton Kilpatrick; Wellborn that "room and board" is Live Oak the Nazarene Churchof Next year's group will be led

220. They were Colleen Burnham. Fines Forfeitures. Community, Hazel Fisher and a misnomer: since it also-includes Live Oak the McAlpin Advent by either Johnnie Hurst or
Recently I
have
heard much Janet Howell Brenda Crews.
Set New Record Johnny Bailey; McAlpin School, professionally planned meals Christian Church and the Bap- Maleomb Brady both of whom
discussion of
Holmes
what
would Debra Elaine
happenIn Carver Nannette Greene'and Greg Scho nursing care. and a multitude of tist Church of O'Brien. saw action last year. The backfield -
this county if our farmers and i Ann Garrison, Mrs. Nancy Allen. fines and forfeitures '
I of... the field; Suwannee Junior Sigh other services that practically This observance is being sponsored win feature powerful
growers ..gavetheir livestock the Lynn'Clayton whose dress was City Police Department aired Elaine_Holmes and Danny Johnson cannot be'itemized: .on a patient's Jointly -bythe National backs Leslie Kirby R&hard
same close Attention and care as made by her mother, Mrs. L. M. before the Council '
Tuesday ; Clayland.School Peggy Car- hilt' Council of Churches and the.National Avery, and Randall Box all of
those! who grow tobacco now give Clayton- and Ooldie- Marie Gay. broke a 10-year record this michael and :Mervin Libby; Lucky While .these! new departments Association of Soil Conservation whom played first string backfield '

this fasportant crop. lard whose dress was made by. month with $1,215 coSected Clover; Charlene Neely and Govan were being developed,. the hospital -District which the Suwan- last year. -

I can not help but agree- that her mother, Mrs.Fred Gaylard. and $126 jail'costs. The police Knight;: .'Boys Ranch. Sandra .beards probablyshould haveexploiaed nee River District is a member. The line wHt be anchored by-

theme attention to livestock The red group: scoring L from report indicated that 79 eases Fetter,as*;.Bill Cowan; McAlpin to t&e: public where The week of May 19 to May 26 An-State Guard Bebo Bbphaai; ,

thai, -tobacco 1 gets would prove far 195-204( points consisted'7 of- Mar-; I wmheanlln City- Court..'date .- CnrnimmKiy: ,-., Beverly Van andCeatissed the, ae&al caste existed, and has been set >side .for* this pur and Bookie of .the Year Harry
No. Continued
a Poe''I) _ken Burnham. BarbaraBaller.. *'April. 'fN .. < en Fare I) rates .- Taylor. .
':'. : raised. .. ....thefr. room- < accord" pose. -- :

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THE SUWAJNNEE LIVE OAK, FLORIDA:DEMOCRATOF The Fever Mounts FLORIDA'S ;

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BANNER"Jn The Heart Of The Consolidated, Suwannee River Valley"LEADER Farm j v. jo4 I

Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner StreetLouie FrontBy

C. Wadsworth ...:..........:............................. Publisher k
Prank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor Let's Plus- This Loophole
lara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor +. l If you are a businessman, you for entertainment transportation
Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager By E. have recently been figuring your and lodging pertained to government -
federal income tax under new business or not.
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Second Class Postage Paid At-Live Oak, Florida ConnerA "
rules that apply to transportation Why shouldn't a congressmanbe
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 lodging meals and entertainmentcosts. required to fill out in detail
RATES Outside Suwannee-County' $3.50 new milestone in the'progreSS.of the same kind of expense account

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance Florida's cattle industry will After all this tab-keeping it that a private cititen is-'reqtfffed
be reached on August 2. Sche- doesn't sit so well with the hard- to keep? After:aflMt Is pabtic tax <-
MEMBER OF duled for that date is the First pressed private citizen when he money 'he is spending, and that
3uWANN Florida Graded Feeder Steer Calf reads of the loose manner in should bVevehjnore carefully accounted -
Florida Press Association'W Sale. It is to be held at the Gain- which congressmen are allowed to for than personal income.If .
COly11YR
'esville Livestock Auction Market. list their expenses for travel on the government is really try-
SUWANNEE COUNTY CONlMERC This initial effort to expand junkets around the world paid ing to plug the tax loopholes why
Chamber of Commerce feeder calf sales within the stateis for by tax monies of course. not include the public officials
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f+ the result of considerable work Instead of 'an itemized statement who travel at taxpayer expense as ,
e'f :. and planning by a special com- the congressional Junke- well as the private citizens who
V mittee of the Florida Cattlemen's teers turn in a report that reads travel at their own or company
Support The 'New Douglass Recreation Project' .Association in cooperation with for instance: lodging $400. meals expense? '
Both white and colored citizens who have spent their -_--/ "'" -- ---- our Department of Agriculture. $800. transportation $500. mis- Here is one opportunity for the

time and enegeries during the past several years to get <= ='" .,....._.- 0.-; __'-- 4 Agricultural Extension Service cellaneous $300. No details are required government to set a good examplefor
the ball rolling on a Negro recreatio'n have discovered and Vocational Education in Ag- about who when or how others to follow.

that the pace of progress is painfully slow.It I riculture.The they fed a guest whether the cost -Bradford County TelegraphWASHINGTON
of such a sale is
now appears however, that the numerous and purpose
; offer to feeder buyers large
time-consuming joint-meetings and joint-committee discussions I to REPORTBy
numbers of selected animals in
have borne fruit. Recently, things began to hap- It Happened In groups of uniform sizes, weight I IFEED
pen. Land adjacent to the current Douglass High School : : and quality something that SENATOR SPESSARD HOLLAND
lot was acquired by the school board. i: ; has been lacking heretofore in

Shortly afterwards, a committee composed of repre- Suwannee Florida. GRAIN HEARINGS this bill to the Floor next week
sentatives from the school board, city council, county com- County There are'at least two very good Hearings on the feed grains bill is that it is designed to help In
mission, and Live Oak-Suwannee County Recreation Board reasons for developing this type were held this week before the passing the wheat referendum on
met jointly with a committee of Negro leaders to map out of business. First Florida cattle- Senate Agriculture Committee.The May 21, since many wheat farm-
preliminary plans. men have been shipping many testimony of Florida witnesses ers would be able to profitablyput
1923 1938 1953 thousands of calves OUT of the was In strong opposition to the some of their idle feed grain K
These plans were two-fold, including a modern gym-
under
state and then buying into wheat for feed
every year acres
nasium and an adjoining swimming pool. Last week calves from other states for feed- bill.My objections to the legisla- the multiple price system which

steps were taken to finance this gymnasium through the i. From The Files Of The ing out to market weights. tion are that it would substan- would be set up if the referendum
sale of revenue certificates. The school board and county Second feeding operations in tially increase the cost of feed passes.
commission passed a joint resolution providing that this ....,,,, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Florida have been increasing considerably grains to all Florida consumers SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS -
indebtedness be retired through payments from race in the past few years (livestock dairy and poultry pro- APPROVAL IMMIN-
track taxes allowed each board at the rate of $5,000 per and show promise of continuingto ducers), would allow large pro- ENT Both the Senate and the
year apiece. This portion of the project will take considerable Forty Year Ago - 1923At expand at a fairly rapid rate. duction payments in addition to House are ,expected to vote final

time and planning, and at this date, no date Mrs. S. A. Hinely was the 'gracious the regular meeting of the ordinary price supports and passage of the $1.5 billion sup-
has been set for its completion. hostess yesterday afternoonat city council Monday evening the Why should we ship out of would delegate unprecedentedpower plemental appropriations bill ear-

The other segment of the project the swimming a delightful bridge party hon- necessity of a new city well was state the very kind of stock our to the Secretary of Agri- ly next week.Following .
sister Mrs. Wardlaw and discussed feeders will be wanting to buy culture to fix in his discretion agreement among the
pool should be completed and in use before the end of oring her brought up thoroughly the
Brinson of Greenville who is and it was ordered that when the animals could be held these production payments for conferees of whom I was one
the summer. The big problem with this schedule how-
reach desirable diverted feed grains acreage. The House rejected our compromise
until they
spending some time visiting her the city proceed at once to putdown here
ever, is money. sister and other relations.Six a new well. feeder weights? so-called "voluntary" program report and we had to return to
Public spirited Negro citizens who are anxious to tables of players enjoyed The success we've had to date vests in the Secretary entirely too conference. A new report has
acquire this facility have already set their sights on several games of bridge at the in promoting feeder pig sales much power to control acreage been filed and a vote is expected
raising enough funds to get the project started. Last conclusion of which Mrs. Louis Beautiful and appropriate: services which were started on an orga- used for the production of feed Monday.As .
week fund-raising committee was delegated to solicit Day was found to hold the top were held in every church nized basis 'only last year, augurs grains. It seems to me that the finally compromised this
contributions. In addition, funds will be raised througha score and was presented 'a per- in Live Oak Sunday in observanceof well for the special sales of feeder bill is a clear first step toward bill is $184 million less than the

series of benefits, pie sales, a county-wide beauty con- petual score, which was: a cun- Mother's Day. Snow white lilies calves. the complete"regimentation of ag- budget request. Immediately following -
and other flowers divided: honors We have to in riculture. House action, the bill will
test, and "anythiielse we can do in an honest way, as ningly decorated slate, pencil and a long way go
one enthusiastic put it.These eraser. The honor guest was the with beautiful red carnations and meeting some of the needs within Florida witnesses who testifiedwere come to the Senate. A most important -
person red in paying tribute to Cushman Radebaugh. Orlando item In the bill is the $450
roses state. It's encouragingto
recipient of a pair of lovely white our own :
fund-raising projects and the efforts of the
dead. of the American million earmarked by both Houses -
silk ''hose.The mothers both living and note that our livestock raisersare President
solicitation committee will be confined to the Negro community beginning to realize the pos National Cattlemen's Ass*n.; T. K. for accelerated public works In

for the first two or'three weeks of the drive. And senior 'class of Suwannee sibilities. McClane Jr., Gainesville Exec areas of severe unemployment. ,
this vital phase of the project will determine in large part' High School was delightfully entertained There will be a singing conven- Dr. T. J. Cunha, of the Depart- ; tive Vice President. Florida Farm The sum approved is $50 million
what type of facility can be provided. by Prof. and Mrs. Met- tion at the Mt. Olive Church ment of Animal Science at the :Bureau Federation; John J. Johnston less than the budget request butI
We feel, in addition, that a successful fundraisingeffort calfe tit: their hospital home Saturday commencing Saturday before the Experiment Station, has been' Kissimmee. member. Boardof feel that this wiN be adequateto
shown toward this project would generate more' evening. fourth Sunday in May. and all. stressing for some time the fact Directors: Florida Dairy farmers handle the program to comple-

hanhbny and cooperation between Negro and white citizens Interesting games' of rook and invited.singing The classes welcome and address friends will are that we-are producing only about Federation; and Herman tion next year.I .
20 cent of both the beef and Jones Jacksonville, representingthe am glad that a number of
iit'this community. And this, in turn, would help bridge were enjoyed top scorer in be made' by Rev. W. B. Parshly. per further
bridge being Miss Call. Hanson pork consumed in Florida every poultry industry. Florida counties stand to
provide a-firn foundation from which to solve future problems and the response by Prof. H. L. accelerated ;
interested Florida benefit under this
groups
Harrell carried off the prize for Other
with and
dignity Johns.
reason. rook a box of delicious bonbons. year.He believes we can produce by including the Suwannee County program. Although this is not a (
Another important phase of this project deserves an 1970, or maybe earlier, enough Farm Bureau submitted strong cure-all there is ample evidence :

explanation.. Contributions and funds acquired for this Messrs. Ben and Sam Fleet of The work of receiling and repainting corn to feed out 320,000 head of statements for the hearing rec- that through it many areas will
effort will be deposited in an escrow. account earmarked the firm of Fleet Bros. last Thurs- the interior of the court- steers or about 900,000; hogs. He ord. I am sorry to report that our acquire necessary facilities and
for''spending on the "New Douglass Recreation Project" day closed a trade with J. W. room has been completed and notes however, that from the committee, bj a badly divided chronic unemployment will be re-
only. This money is not to be, confused with a gymna Blume whereby they became joint the effect is quite pleasing. A new Live Oak area last year about one vote reported this bill favorablyto lieved. During debate on the mea-
sium. It will be used strictly for building a swimming: owners of the property on Ohio and better lighting system has million bushels of corn were ship the Senate Thursday wherea sure, Senator Javits unsuccessfully -
pool. And local governmental agencies have no funds Ave. known as the Ohio House been installed and all together the ped to Georgia.It could have been Floor fight will begin next attempted to attach a civil

budgeted, in this fiscal year that can be used for this pur- which is operated by Mrs. Kiteas courtroom and hall are very much used at home for livestock feed- Monday. rights rider which we defeated.
a boarding house. improved in appearance. Sheriff ing.So The real purpose in hurrying ANTI-POLL TAX AMEND-

pose.It is proposed, however, that the city council and the There will be no change at present Lyle. who had the work in charge it appears there must be a MENT RATIFIED BY amendment 34 STATES
county commission jointly supplement whatever funds the Fleets having bought the is to be congratulated upon the closer tie-in and better coordination My Constitutional
of our livestock production thorough investigation careful outlawing the poll tax as a requirement -
investment.
property as an marked improvements made.
are raised with sufficient funds and effort necessary to with our production of feed planning and the assurance of for voting In federal

build the project. The school board has provided that grains if we are to realize the results adequate financing.If elections has recently been rati-
the'city:and'county be deeded jointly the pool site so they Twenty-Five Years AgoIn -- 1938 of which we are capable. you own land you think has fied by Delaware and Missouri,
can legally spend their funds and use their equipmentand observance of National Air County Junior Chamber of Com- possibilities for recreation devel- bringing the total of approvals to
man power to help build the pool. In addition, it is Mail Week an airplane piloted by merce gathered at the Hog Heaven Reports I've noted recently indicate opment you'll do wen to contact
proposed that the city and county supply maintenancefor Laurie Yonge stopped at the mu- Thursday night for a fish fry. the new Federal programto your county 'agricultural agent. 34.STATE CHAMBER OF COM-
the pool once it is completed and in operation.We nicipal airport late yesterday afternoon The event came as a result of the promote recreational develop- Get all the cooperation and help- MERCE DINNER IMPRESSIVEThe -
'have every confidence that the city and county to pick up a pouch containing membership drive conducted last ment on private lands is going to ful advice you can from the various Florida State Chamber of
letters to all parts of the month. be a little slow in starting. Onceit Federal agencies to which Commerce's annual dinner honoring -
will take favorable action on these proposals in the near
nation this city's part in the Over 100 attended the gets he direct delegation
as persons going however it's apt to can you. our Congressional
future. from the city and school
Representatives county
national celebration of air postal affair whicb was planned and arranged snowball and turn out -to' be one If your land does have good on April 30 was the finest ever
boards met in a joint'discussion recently agreed upon service. by a committee headed by of the biggest thingS ever to hit possibilities for public recreation, i and it attracted a record-break-
the 'need for this project and pledged tHeir 'support. At Each piece of mail leaving here Thomas H. Radford. Other com- rural Amerf I you'may be passing up a respectable ing crowd of more than 600.
that time, however, plans had not progressed to the stage by air bore the distinctive: cachet mittee members were Louie C. If past experience is any indication amount of additional annual Included among the honor
where action by the city and 'county boards could be proclaiming Live Oak as the cen- Wadsworth V. K. Buck Slim you can expect to see some !income if you don't develop it. guests were Governor' Bryant and
ter of Florida's tobacco market Graham. C. P. Huffman. Joe landowners make a whale of'a ,members of his Cabinet two Flor-
taken.When
the pool is completed, it will be 'administered and the fact that the famed Su- Dowling and Bob Miller. success of the new idea., Others There was an amusing com idians who head federal regulatory -
through the Live Oak-Suwannee .County Recreation Department wannee River bounds this countyon will do only moderately well and mentary on the new rural recreation agencies Laurence Wal-
by a Negro recreation board. This board's rec- three'sides.: Construction of a large two- some will come up with a complete trend in the caption of a rath of the Interstate Commerce
ommmendations will determine the "hiring and firing," story brick building to house the flop. cartoon published recently. Says Commission and Alan Boyd of the
Two fires within a few hours R & V Furniture Company will The most successful ventures I one farmer to another: "You got- Civil Aeronautics Board and
as one put it and other policies relative to the
person Saturday morning completely de- begin here next week. predict will be those from
of men who ta diversify crops if you aim to many ranking diplomats
swimming area. stroyed the suburban home of The structure is,to front on will go into the new business of keep up with progress, Lem! Canada and Latin American
The 'gymnasium, when completed, will be'owned by Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Morris on Pine Street, 40 feet with a depthof recreation as they would into any This year I'm putting 20 acres to countries with the exception of
the school board and subject to Suwannee County school the Lake City Highway and did 70 feet on Wilbur Street. Work- other project on a sound busi- barley 40 to corn and 95 to a Cuba.
policies; administration, and 'maintenance., slight damage at the ''turpentine men began this week' raising the ness-like basis and only after public golf course." : It was my privilege to share the
In ouiropinion, this is a very equitable arrangement: still in the northwestern part of stables of Bevan Mule Companyto platform with our four new House
We have long supported the idea of such a project and the city. make way for the new con- members In speaking for the entire -
heartily endorse these 'plans. Thanks to the tireless ef- struction. L. L. McMullen local Ten Tears Ago - 1953 delegation. Mary and I thoroughly -
forts of countless others both Negro and white citi- Judge Hal W. Adams urged Ki- manager of the furniture house, Time stood still! in Live Oak for 'the Grand Champion barrow at enjoyed the chance to visit -
zens coupled with public support, the project is off the wanians to "give support to training declared one of the most modern nearly five hours Tuesday when a the State 4-H Club barrow show with so many friends from
and business houses in this section of at the Gulf Oil Distributing Tallahassee last week.
ground-and moving, ahead. young men women who fire held at home. Under the able leadershipof
coming to take where Florida would be errected to three destroyed -
are _on up care plant injured persons State Chamber President Floyd
We' commend this 'needed recreational facility to you we left off." The jurist was pre- for an expansion program plan- a warehouse full of motor Niels H. Brorsen was awardedthe Bowen of Lakeland, and Execu-
for endorsement and urge your support.- sented to the club by J. L. Mc- ned by his company. oil and threatened 15 storage contract to build five addi- tive Vice President Harold Colee.
Mullen at the regular session Fri- tanks before being extinguished.It tional classrooms at Douglass the evening was an enjoyable and
day. 24 INCH COIN was one of the largest fires in High School here in Live Oak. memorable one for all present.
// You Drive, Get A License The biggest coin ever made was the town's history.It CAPITOL COMMENTARY

Judging'from the quantity of cases made against unauthorized Keith Robertson and Joe Hine- Sweden's 24-inch-long 44-pound took nearly 75 firemen from The Luraville Catfish went April 28, accompanied by our
drivers'that continue to come before city court, ly were selected as' delegates to copper "X-Daler" (ten-dollar) six dties and Moody Air Force down to defeat Sunday afternoon long-time Jacksonville friends
an -alarming number of residents in this community are the state convention of the Am- piece. Issued in 1644. it would buy Base at Valdosta, Ga.. to keep 7-5 to an alert Poky nine. A large Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis Mary
operating motor vehicles without licenses. erican Legion to be held the lat- one horse and 70 kilograms of the flames from spreading to the crowd of enthusiastic fans turned and I spent a delightful day In
While most of these people have failed to renew their ter part of this month in Jack- butter. Of 26,000 coins struck Texaco and Sinclair plants ad- out to root for the Cats In their the Virginia countryside driving-

licenses..for various reasons and are actually competent sonville. only three are known to survive joining the Gulf plant. first home game. over to BerryviHe to attend the
the National Geographic Magazine The blaze was finally stopped
annual Apple Blossom party given -
of them not. accidents
several
operators' ; many are Recently, Members of the Suwannee says. when the Air Force men covered The Suwannee High Bulldogs by Senator and Mrs. Harry f
have"occurred in the city caused by persons who the ground with chemical foam to showed the superiority of North- Byrd at their beautiful home In
have Jno" drivers license'and likely could'not pass the test keep the fire from spreading and east Conference baseball over the Shenandoah Valley Last
to- fcet one. Th .simple: -:appearing violation state law lice department hereafter to place anyone"arrested for not local firemen: quelched it with a most leagues In this section by week I attended the annual din-
could and often does result in serious' injury ore having a valid drivers license under $50 bond he noted tremendous spurt of water. rolling to a 6-3 win over Perry ner staged by the White House r
+ ei3:death to innocent persons. that lie hoped this measure would force people through eon,was a race against time because the uncontended North Florida radio-television correspondents in

-I'd those people ,who persist risking their own livesas their pocketbooks to come to court where they would ,be our wif supply was run- Conference champions. honor of President Kennedy as
.well as the,,blood of their neighbors we submit that required to get a license. I niDi'ut," Fire Chief Luke Had- Tberon Mitchell was the big the guest of George B. Storer Jr.

acquiring a driver's license or even.ceasing,to drive-if un- It's''unfortunate that'such stern meas1i -'neet{ to be don said.Johnny. bat for the Bulldogs, collecting and other Storer Broadcasting

Qualified 'a 'Pltifully'cheap 'Price-to"Pay- consideringthepoteftti&l applied get,people-to--live'up' to'their"responsibility. of! : Roberta 15-year-old Winston two hits for Groover four trips pitched to the plate the; Company officiate Yesterday

toflsequencesiThtf'courtstake : citizenship in this 'c tntiI nity. But we commend public I 4-H members was presented a game, and gave up two hits In Mary exhibited her shell collection -
':a difn view of this, and rightly S(). officials both city:and county_ for their'conscientious handsome trophy by AI'Holf n, five and two-thirds Innings. Jones by invitation at fee annual j
Mayor Phillips, in city"'court this week, instructed the po- efforts to insure thVpublic-safe t3'. I Purnia representative, for showing relieved hire- hobby Ladies.PACE .,show of the Geirtea+etial i iW








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It:: Criminal Court Docket I lip Townsend violation of restrictions days; James Jackson, driving Eugene HoWe depriving minor B. & E.. certified to Circuit dant deceased; Hayward Laws,
HeavyThe license surrendered to without license $3&, bond estreated children of necessary support, Court; Harold P. LeBoeuf, speeding fishing without license dismissed,
Judge for one week; James Un ; Cary P. Pinson improper certified to Circuit Court; Brenda $15 or 5 days: R. E. Wads- defendant having produced valid
following cases for April ; Circuit Court; Cleveland Gray, derwood No. 1, DWI $100 or 60 passing, dismissed upon discretionof Newman Bass, speeding fined worth assault and battery dis- license issued 6/25/62; James Le-
were heard in County Court or depriving minor children of necessary days; James Underwood No. 2, the court: Alex Lavern Jelks $20; Charles Briggs, careless display missed upon motion of affiant Roy Smth, driving without license -
'i administered thru the County support certified to Circuit driving without license. $25 or 10 simple assault. $25 or 10 days; of weapon, ordered to pay and payment of $15 court costs dismissed upon proof of
Judge's Office and printed Court; Melvin Leroy Marshall. days; Homer Lee Suttles. speeding Cecil Aron Parker speeding, ordered $20 court costs or serve 10 days by affiant; Fred Johnson, reck- valid licenes issued June 1962;
here as a public service. speeding. $35 bond estreated: $35 bond estreated.J. to serve five days in jail- in jail; Mary Williams, simple assault less driving. $50 or 25 days; Willie B. Seymore B. & E., eer-
Hugh Bur net t e, worthless Marvin Smith No. 7, B. & E. certified I T. Underwood worthless sentence suspended and defendant nol pressed. George Thomas Jr., worthless tified to Circuit Court.
check dismissed upon payment to Circuit Court; Marvin check, ordered to pay $17.50 court warned; Spencer Thomas George Laudeman Gordon Jr., check case dismissed defen- (No. 1 Continued on Page 6)
of $25 court costs and restitution; Smith No. 8, B. & E.. certifiedto costs and restitution of $5 or 10 obtaining lodging with intent to
Leonard Douglas Vaughn DWI Circuit Court; Jimmy Reaves days; George Cashmore. fishing defraud dismissed upon paymentof
fined $100 or 90 days license No. 2, B. & E., certified to Circuit I without license. $25 bond estreated $25 court costs and restitution; *% ;
suspended for three months; Joseph Court; Irvin Jenkins No.1. ; James R. Williams, disposingof Clifford Paul, improper passing : "
R. LaJeunesse. alias Joseph B. & E., certified to Circuit Court property under lein, dismissed $35 bond estreated; Leroy Christmas
Roland LaJunes Jr., No.1. larceny Irvin Jenkins No. 2, B. & E, cer- motion of affiant orderedto passing causing ,.,
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Junes Jr., No. 2, B. & E.. certifiedto Robert Waclaw, grand larceny Theodore Franklin Bembry. fail- days; George Alfonzie Ratliff ::i:: ::: :,:: '' .'

Circuit Court. certified to Circuit Court; H. A. ing to have vehicle under con- speeding, $30 or 10 days.. :.... ;:; :::: ...,:..' ':" .-.. ...''.'.:...:..:.::>.
James R. DeBonis alias James Simmons No. 1, worthless check, trol causing accident, $25 or 10 Daniel P. Olszewski driving .. .
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Rogers DeBone No. 1, larceny of certified to Circuit Court: Robert days; Ray Chauncey driving on without license dismissed as defendant ....Iaa...
automobile certified to Circuit Thomas, B. & E., certified to wrong side of road $50 bond es- produced valid license issued :::: ;:;:...,.".. : '.''::,' P&Th
Court; James R. DeBonis. alias Circuit Court; Rubin Simmons treated; William Albert Lisle 7/17/62; Thomas Joe Dietz. .
James Rogers DeBone No. 2. B. & forgery certified to Circuit Court; reckless driving $50 bond estreated improper passing* -$35 bond es- ; 5' : :
E:, certified to Circuit Court; Ma- Nickey Wayne Fowler forgery' ; Raymond Louis Bunch, speeding treated; Robert Franklin Bates, N.vrn..Y..wnY: ...
jor Williams murder certified to certified to Circuit Court; James $35 bond estreated; John improper lane change causing accident Flea beetle
Circuit Court; Lewis O. Duncan Howard Hurst depriving minor Edward Shuler, driving without $25 or 10 days; EdwardJ. Stinkbug
alias Charles B. Duncan alias L. children of necessary support, license $35 bond estreated; Rob- Bezek B. & E.. certified to
.. D. Duncan forgery certified to certified to Circuit Court; Ralph ert Little Jr., improper driver's Circuit Court; Lloyd Lavaughn
Circuit Court; Manley Sexton Louis Wheeler, speeding $35 bond license $25 or 10 daysorderedto Sessions, speeding. fined $25; z
larceny of a hog certified to Circuit estreated; Edward Labron Ake, secure proper license; Solo- Mose Skinner No. *1, changing
Court; Lonnie Ray Battle driving without license, ordered to mon McDaniel forgery, certifiedto from direct course without safe-
larceny of a hog certified to Cir- pay $15 court costs and obtain a Circuit Court. ty, causing accident, $35 or 15
cuit Court; William C. Roberts valid license. Mrs. W. M. Tompkins, petit days; Mose Skinner No. 2, driv-
larceny of personal property dismissed William Brant Mills speeding larceny, $25 bond estreated; ing without license $25 or 10
by state attorney. ordered ,to pay court costs of $15; James Day worthless check, dismissed days; Harold Dewane Carr speed-
Nickey Wayne Fowler No.: 1, Leroy Washington, worthless ,upon payment of $25 court ing. $30 or 10 days; Richard ::
forgery certified to Circuit Court; check, dismissed upon paymentof costs and restitution; Virginia Knight, worthless check certi-
Jimmy Nelson desertion, dismissed $25 court costs and restitution; Nichol Haynes, driving without fied to Circuit Court.
upon motion of affiant and Frank Allen Burnett depriving license, ordered to pay $15 court Rudolph Foy driving without
payment of $25 costs; Spence minor children of necessary sup- costs, having secured valid license license ordered to pay $7.50 court
Omegia Byrd enticing away for port, certified to Circuit Court; ; Homer Deas, allowing un- costs defendant having produced
clandestine marriage certified to R: E. Jones depriving minor chil- authorized person to operate motor valid license; Willie Brown sim-
Circuit Court; Pearlie Mae Williams dren of necessary support, certi- vehicle $35 bond estreated; ple assault, $25 or 10 days; Ralph
unlawful possession of fermented fied to Circuit Court; Billy BrownJr. Ben Walter Rutan,. speeding, $35 Mallory, simple assault $50 or 25 Aphid Grasshopper
liquids certified to Cir- ., improper driver's license $15 bond estreated; Edward Albert days; Gary G. Thompson obtain-
cuit Court; Bob Ford worthless or 5 days defendant has secured Green, driving without license, ing property by false personationwith
check, certified to Circuit Court; proper license; Fred Clif- ordered to pay $7.50 court costs intent to commit grand larceny <. ,.
Willie Arthur Williams No. 1. B. ford Loughmiller improper passing having secured validlicense.. certified to Circuit Court;
& E., certified to Circuit Court; $25 bond estreated; Earl Donald E. Morrison, improper I Linda Faye Bazzell. driving with-
Lawrence Tillman. depriving min- Fleming, depriving minor childrenof passing $35 bond estreated; Dan out license $35 bond estreated;
or children of necessary support, necessary support, certified to iel Byrd No.1. reckless driving I Lamar Perry Jenkins driving \'
certified to Circuit Court; Willie Circuit Court; Beatrice Fuller $25 bond estreated; Daniel Byrd without license ordered to pay
Arthur Williams No. 2, B. & E.. Noble improper passing $35 bond No.2, resisting officer without $7.50 court costs, having secured
certified to Circuit Court. estreated. violence, $25 bond estreated; Mil- valid driver's license; William J.
Julius Harry Brown, speeding Wallace Simpson, improper ton Zeigler, no log book. $50 bond Moreland, speeding $35 bond es-
fined $25 or 10 days; Glenn passing $15 bond estreated; Elmer estreated: Carl Lee, B. & E.,, certified treated: Clifford J. Gordon Jr., N' Z
Scaff. worthless check, dismissed Bunch reckless driving $40 to Circuit Court; Robert L. speeding $35 bond estreated;
upon payment of $25 court costs or 10 days; James L. Sharp Giddens worthless check dismissed Louis Walter Madison speeding,
'and restitution; Lewis O. Duncan speeding, $35 bond estreated; upn payment of $25 court $35 bond estreated; Willie James
forgery certified to Circuit Court; Robert Howard forgery certifiedto costs and restitution; James Oliver Polite Sr., depriving minor chil-
Robert W. Pickens. depriving Circuit Court; William E. John- Smith Jr. No. 1, improper lane dren of necessary support, certified -
minor children of necessary support son, driving without license $35 change causing accident license to Circuit Court; Homer J. Hornworm CutwormBudworm
certified to Circuit Court; bond estreated; Thomas Halbert suspended for 15 days; James Voylesr depriving minor childrenof
Theodore Holland desertion wife Russell, driving without license Oliver Smith Jr. No. 2, violationof necessary support certified to

tind minor children, certified to $35 bond estreated: George Phil- rest., license suspended for 15 Circuit Court. ...., .-'.........:..-.....

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GE. FOUR SUWANNEE" DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963



I Mission Secretary Slated To Report On Foreign WorkAn Jeanette Hin son Gets DAR Good Citizenship AwardMiss Jeanette Attending were the her ceremony mother Mrs.with

.. Willard Hingson, and her stater.j
up-to-the-minute report of Jeanette Hingson daughter secretary of the Beta Club a ber of the office staff. Miss Estelle Hingson.

mission progress on foreign fields ,..,:. Fire Interferes ''With of. Mr. and Mrs.Willard King- member of the National Honor In addition she has been on the Mrs. L. R. Angus of Pensacola
will be given on Sunday at the s 9. 4f: tt' :;: son of Rt. 4, Live Oak received a Society associate editor of the honor roll for four years and was second vice regent of Florida.
11 a.m. worship service at the BHS Band ConcertThe Daughters of the American Revo- school paper secretary of Home recently elected a member of the PAR presented the good citizenship -

Advent Christian Church on N. annual Sprint Band lution Good Citizenship Award Economics IV Class and a mem- Senior Hall of Fame. pins.
Ohio Ave. Concert scheduled to be held Thursday at the Edward Rutledge

The guest speaker will be the Saturday. May 11, had to be Chapter in Lake City.
Rev. Clarence L. Kirby executive r .; postponed indefinitely becauseof Miss Hingson who was cited
secretary of the American Advent the recent fire at the school.: for this award because of her I

Mission Society. The Society that The band director felt the dependability, service, patriotism, ff'it1LIllLE /
Kirby heads is charged with the band could have turned in a and leadership, was one of five
responsibility for the foreign mis- fine performance had it not area high school students to receive -
sion endeavor of the Advent been for the loss of three days this pin. The others were -
Christian Church and serves in rehearsals before the day of the Myrtle Ann Wiggins of White ADS For Sale-Real Estate e FOR SALEFOR

Springs, Linda Clare Bivins of
Mexico concert.
Japan India, and the BIG RESULTS
Philippines.His For the rest of the year the Lake Butler Bessie Bussey of Fort FOR SALE -Two bedroomblock SALE-All Macs of tarpaulins -
band will be concentrating on White and Libby OBryan of BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever house in Pinewood SubDivision. guaranteed not to leak.
personal visits to the mis- music to be played at the Bac- Lake City.Jeanette. the purpose, you win Low monthly payments and Ottfcs Brown Motors. cge tf
sion fields together with his cur- find Democrat classifieds do
small Contact Joe Brin-
calaureate service and graduation is an active member equity.
rent reports from the missionaries exercises. ot her church and participates the job quickly and well. son. nc tf FOR SALE-New and used plan.

provides ,a basis for an exciting widely in school activities. She is DEADLINE- -FOR-INSERTION- os. Frier Music Co.. North OWc
and challenging message of the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house one Ave., Live Oak, 362-2188
5:00 P3L-Tuesdays
power of God at work in the and a half baths on BlackburnAve. cge tf
world. CLARENCE L. KIRBY F. L Bardin Sr. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Inquire at Wilson's Grocery -
Vernon E. Willis 234 cents per word, with a
.>. ., Church members and friends in minimum At 75f. Mayo Road Live Oak Fla. IF YOU HAVE GUM, HICKORY -
\.f i Live Oak will be especially inter- Funeral ServicesFuneral (All classifieds must be paidin cge tf CYPRESS OR OTHER

.& ./. t r ested to.hear this mission leader Funeral ServicesMr. advance.) FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between HARDWOOD TIMBER FOR "
pI-i1 : since he is a former pastor of the services for Mr. Frank Dr. B. E. Daniel's office SALE CALL H. C. CROSS &
ONE WEEK FREE
r : local Advent Christian Church.. lin L. Bardin Sr. of Lake Wales Vernon E. Willis 213 N. and A & W Root Beer Stand SONS AT 362-2079 FOR TOP
Classifieds ordered for four
Lnts 19confroll The Rev. and Mrs. Kirby are were conducted in the Mt. Beu- Walker Street, died in the J. Hil- weeks run the last week free. 40 ft frontage 137 foot deep PRICES. pdjj 50-
\ at lis Miller Health Center Monday
building a retirement home lah Baptist Church Friday at 10 $ 25 will pay for a 30 word $8000. cge tf
Dowling Park and expect to re- ajn. with Rev. W. T. Newsome May 13. advertisement for four weeks. FOR SALE: Three used refrigerators -
M turn to the community next sum- officiating. He was buried in the Mr. Willie, 68, was born in Lafayette Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds FOR SALE -Three bedroom 1& two electric one gas.
County and had resided for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. bath house.
i /r Mt. Beulah Cemetery.Mr. Large lot in Lib- Phone 362-1148. pbbe 51-2
<
'call mer.The Rev. Nelson B. Melvin, Bardin 74, died Wednes- in Suwannee County for five erty Heights. For informationcall

I s pastor of the local congregation day, May 8, in a Lake Wales hos- months. He was a retired mill 362-1437. cbbe 51-1 FOR SALE Small Engine Sales:
extends a special invitation to attend pital. foreman and a member of the and Service. Lawn mower service -
I this service. He was a member of the Citadel Baptist faith. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE -Brick veneer home and parts. Farm-ette and
I Mr. Willis is survived by his screened porch large shadedlot.
Baptist Church in North Carolina Economy Lawn and Garden
I cold
Machine machineless and
for the
sake of .
your home Choice location.
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) and a member of the Wellborn wife Mrs. Vernon E. Willis; one wave permanents given. Ope- Call 362- tractors. Prices from $399. Electric -
American Legion Post No. son, Sidney A. Willis of Kissim- rators Annie H. Mills, Myr- 3274. cge tf Service Co.. 905 5th St
mee; and one sister Mrs. Clyde FOR Phone 362-3051. pbbe 51-
132.Mr. tice Croft and Frances John- SALE Small down payment -
DANCEEVERY Bardin is survived by one Gamble of Live Oak. He had two son. Phone 362-1831. cge tf low monthly payments of I WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCT
daughter Mrs. R. M..Gregory of grandchildren. $71.00 two year old brick
Funeral services for Mr. Willis Douglass High School parents and Watkins Quality Products Tra-
Jacksonville. N. C. home
; one son, three bedrooms, bath,
SATURDAY NIGHT Franklin L. Bardin Jr. of Lake were conducted in the Suwannee patrons are urged to join their carport large storage ditional in America since 1868
,
WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIESFROM Wales; one sister. Mrs. Olive Williams Funeral Home Chapel Wednesday P-TA now. We need your help. natural gas heating. See at area 1461 are brought to you exclusively

9 TO 1 of Monks Corner S. C.; and May 15, with Rev. W. H. Call J. L. Bevell, principal 362- Pearl St., or call 362-3585. by your Watkins Dealer. For
ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING two brothers, Robert Bardin of Gray officiating. He was buriedin 1192. cge tf cbdj 52-54 prompt service call or come
THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S Canal Points and Wayne Bardinof the New Hope Cemetery in by Mrs. Willard Brannon's at
Septic tank and drain field
Vastion, La. Lafayette County. FOR SALE 2 houses and lot Phone 362-1883, 485 BarclaySt.
Active pallbearers Active pallbearers were Leon cleaning. Suwannee. Madison, cheap. See Katie Bell Crawfordat ., SW, Live Oak. pbbe 51-2
were H. G.
and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
Fisher Gill Ervin Tompkins, Jack Cross 816 W. Conner St.
Gus Cabree Live Oak,
Coy Knight W. Darby Jasper after 6 pin.cajj FOR SALE Good used piano.
Jr., Roscoe Donald Kirby Fla.
Pipkins,
Glenn -
Smith Warren pge 1
OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO Johnson, tf Reasonably priced. Call 362-
and H. R. Mosely. and Joe Walker.
MINORS ALLOWED 3190. pbbe 1-3
Suwannee Funeral Home was in Suwannee Funeral Home was in LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY -With For SaleAutomotiveThis
charge. charge. Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. FOR SALE 5 turkey hens and

U 0 Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 1 gobbler, 1 year old; 8 young

........ turkeys, 7 weeks old; 33 two
Week's
Jeep.fAMILY : Mrs\ The American Medical Associa- FARMERS: It takes to Specials to three weeks old. W. A. Lisle
F Zeigler 78 tion says that it is a well-estab- money 1960 CMC
lished fact that seat belts in make money. See your coopera- TRUCK Rt. 5 Box 96-D, Dowling Park
yourautomobile tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. 4000 Series, Cab and Chassis cge 1
world's most complete line ji Funeral ServicesFuneral can save lives and prevent Terms up to 7 years. See 2-Speed Axle, 8.25x20 10 Ply
or lessen injuries. An immense North Florida Production Credit Tires. FOR SALE 1957 2 bedroom

:" services for amount of scientific re- Association S. Ohio Ave., 1960 FORD F-700 house trailer with full bath. In
: of 4-wheel drive vehicles! Mrs. Barbara -
.. Zeigler of Live Oak were search including actual collisions I 362-2588, Live Oak Florida Cab and Chassis, 2-Speed excellent condition. Only $229

.. ........................ .. ... ........ ... ...... .. conducted in the Deland Metho- under controlled conditions' call tf Axle, 5-Speed Transmission, down and $43 monthly. Locatedat
.. ... dist Church Tuesday proves that the seat belt is the 9.00x20 10 Ply Tires. Morgan's Trailer Park.
: May 14, single most effective item WOULD LIKE TO borrow
., with Rev. Wiseman officiating.Mrs. of pro- money. 1959 PONTIACStar rjbe 1-3
.. tective equipment now available to If you are interested in lending
Chief 4-Door
Hard
,
Zeigler 78, died in the Top
.
f Suwannee reduce the toll of traffic injuriesand $40,000 at 8% interest for a period R&H Air Cond., P-Steering
.
County Hospital WHILE
Sunday THEY LAST
deaths. of 10 years to put in a drive- P-Brakes.
: May 12.
:. :.. .., The housewife was a member in eating place between Dr.Daniel's 1959 FORD ................$1195 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49
office and the A & W
Country Sedan V-8 Auto.
of the Deland -
Methodist
.. Church Rootbeer Stand, write to P. O. Trans., PS, PB, Two-Tone 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
the
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: All N.'J..p'W. on.ar. : 'Jeep'Uuhersal :.. and Eastern Star of Deland. Why Box 209 Live Oak, Fla. Can put Paint R-H WSW

.. ................. ... .... .. ..... ... ...............-... .,, and She had was lived born in in Suwannee Pittsburg Coun-Pa.. up adequate land as security. 1957 FORD ................$ 695 6'ft.. Dixie Stepladder $4.98

: : ty for eight months. Is ceeb-50-1 Ranch Wagon V-8 R-H 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6.98
.
.. ;'rl::: .. I Mrs. Zeigler a widow is sur- LAWN MOWER SERVICE CallB. Auto. Trans. 8 ft. Duro
I.' .: vived by her nephew T. A. Row- ThereSo A, Driver 362-3051 or 362- 1955 FORD ................$ 395 Stepladder $7.98
1 and m of Live Oak. She had 1086. pbbe 51-2 Ranch Wagon V-8 Auto. THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
Trans., Heat.
: several other nephews and nieces. 423 N.W. Howard St.
.. Visit Branford's Beauty Shoppe. Five Other Late-Model
Suwannee Funeral Home was in : Tel. 362-3075
..0 Cold waves manicures, and
charge. Wagons at Low, Low Prices cbJJ tf
: Forward Co trol'bep'FC-170 : All New Mep'Gladiator& : complete beauty services. Ope- Many Other New Car
MuchMonth
.......................... .. ... .......... ............ rators, Mary Drew Boatrightand Trade-Ins To ChooseAt
Kathryn Sykes. Phone 935-
Sheriff's Posse
: Theseauhenlic4-wheeldrive Sets 3295. ccjj 52-3 The Big ABC FOR RENTFOR

: vehicles are performance- 'Saddle Club' RideA Used Car Lot

: ._ '-. C : proved over billions of miles, trial ride for forming a "Sad. Bank, GMAC or Personal RENT: Large dean, furn-

\WII: : give extra years of service dle Club" is scheduled for Satur- Left You Get Full Value Financing Available ished apartment 2 private entrances -

: and command highest resale day morning at 9 ajn.. Sheriff S Plus Interest On Your screened back porch.
: : value.These vehicles feature Hugh Lewis said Tuesday. At Earnings With orris BROWN Phone 362-2441. cge tf
Forward Control1SO This proposed club would be U. S. SAVINGST
MOTORS
.........................: the newyJeepTornado. sponsored by the Suwannee Coun- I I FOR RENT 3 room downstairs
OHC engine.Modern overhead ty Sheriffs Posse Lewis said. Everyone The BOND STAMPS 500 W. HOWARD STREET apartment. Private bath, con-

f camshaft design gives interested should meet at veniently located. Nicely furn-

J een you extra pulling power,less Joe Starling's Body Shop on US End Given On ished. Phone 362-2268. cge tf
HELP WANTED
o maintenance,and extra fuel. 90 west of Live Oak and ride trail Brake Transmission FOR RENT Downstairs furn-

;VEHICLES MADE ONtr BY economy tool I to Conner's Pool. A Service WANTED Short order cook ished apartment, clean and
Lunch will be furnished and of
comfortable
with
large screen-
good salary. Apply A & W DriveIn.
!KAISER Jeep CORPORATION there will be an opportunity to go Lubrication Wash cge tf ed front porch window fan, 2
Com In for a fUnwmtratlMi todayl swimming. The group will returnto The private entrances. Call 362-
Joe's Body Shop Saturday af- N Oil ChangeS JEWEL TEA CO. INC. 2164 or 362-1295. cge tf
ternoon. Cooperative Franchise Route Ope-
illn Presents The Lloyd Bridges Show (Tues., 8:00 P.M.) The public particularly ladies MoneyConsoliaata rators Guaranteed $5200.00 year- FOR RENT 4 room unfurnished -
and All Auto Repairs apartment. Call 362-1835 after -
children is invited. ly earnings, many operators earn-
MOTT BUICK CO. ? ing $6500 to $10,000 annually.QUALIFICATIONS 2 p.m. pad 1-2

U. S. 90 West LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 66 SERVICE FOR RENT Furnished
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) apartment -
Married Age 23 to 40 Mini- completely private, close
mum high school good work in. Call 362-2714. cge tf
record Sales Experience Physi-
cal Examination required Cash FOR RENT 4-room furnished
VAPOR JET MONUMENTSWe Bond. apartment, 220 N. Houston St.

DEBTS Must be willing to relocate at Phone 362-2359. cge 1

Fully Automatic-Diesel Fired Tobacco Curer have a complete fine of own expense.
Write giving details above
on
INTO monuments built to your specifications 0 Motor Rewinding
and erected on your qualifications. Interview will be
made in .
your home.P.

((1)) cemetery Call or plot.come by and see our O. Box 2706 2707 Repairs and Rewinding

display at 416 E. Howard Street. West Bay Station Any Kind Electric Motor

EASY Jacksonville Fla. Also Sales and Service

k. ryycs ccjj 1 CALL
\ JAMES B. DANIELS lifers Electric Motor Repair
Man or woman interested in a full
PAYMENTFINANCE FUNERAL HOME or part time job selling Watkins Telephone Day 362-3278
Night 362-26
Quality Products. Call 3621883or
217 E. Howard St
write Mrs. Willard Brannon
> a ; 485 Barclay St., Live Oak PIa. Hunter Bros. Building
TOWN WANTED pge 1 cajj tf


: WANTED Around 100 acres, SALESMAN

improved pasture land with
water holes with or without a

,' house. Preferred client ready to SALES HELP
L buy. Write Nita Chesson. %
a Marshall Bailey Real Estate We want two sales people over 25 years of age,

1453-A Gulf to Bay Blvd.Clear- man or woman, of good character, to sell guaranteed
h Cuts Curing Costs 30-40% And More S water Fla. ccae 52-2: renewable, $25,000 accident, hospital, and surgical

Co insurance, medical surgical coverage. Also, salary

JJ SEE A DEMONSTRATION TODAY AT WORK WANTED income protection due to sickness or accident, hospital -
protection to people who have been refused

FUCO CHEMICAL insurance. Working conditions good. Free train-
4 COMPANY 213 W. Howard St.
''I : : : REPAIRS, CONTRACTING Res ing, top commissions paid. If you want to make

; VAPOR JET DISTRIBUTOR LIVE OAK, FLA. Com. Phone 302-1081, Free Estimates money and grow with the company see Mr. Green,
; day or night service Suwannee Hotel, Friday, May 17, 8 to 10 a.m. or
Phone 362-2092 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Loans to $600.00 licensed work guaranteed. E. c. write to this address. c djf1P
Faulkner Plumber :pbbe 50-1

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ui .'l-, ," Here And There Mr. And Mrs. Bruce Homecoming- Rehearsal Dinner

Entertains Circle Dowling Park Given FridayThe

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Deese Jacksonville visited their sister Circle Six of the WSCS of the Sunday, May 19, homecomingwill Banquet Room of the Caprt
T and daughter Sherry of Talla- Mrs. W. G.,Lawson. Sunday.Mr. First Methodist Church met in be held at the Dowling Park in Sanford was the setting fer
I? OMENCLARA hassee spent the week end with and Mrs. Foster Bennettof the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Church of God with the Rev. the McNeill-Hanson rehearsal
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ben- Bruce Tuesday evening, May 7. Gerome Williams of Winter Hav- which
dinner evening at
Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Carroll and nett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Circle members and their hUS- en as the morning speaker.
children. Debra and Pat, of Jack- Louis Howell Sunday.Mr. bands enjoyed a barbecue chicken Dinner will be served at noon time Mr. and Mrs. Dave MCNeil
S. WADSWORTH Society- Editor sonville Beach spent the week and Mrs. Marion Allison dinner served in the back yardof and the public is cordially invitedto were hosts.
end with Mr. and Mrs. Niels and children of Jacksonville spent the Bruce home. attend. Floral designs of pink giad4
Brorsen.Mr. the week end with Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. Spivey Brab.ha and other spring flowers were

WMU Meet For Royal Service ProgramThe and Mrs. H. J. Evans and Ned Delegal. n and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey used.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Deese spent Miss Mildred Johns of Jack- Fowler were. also guests of the Card Of ThanksWe
Attending were members of the
WMU of the First Baptist The meeting was closed with
week end with circle.
Sunday in Mayo visiting Mr. and sonville spent the would like to express our
in wedding party, friends and relatives
Church met in the Educational the GA. watchword repeated
and Mrs. R. H. The was presented by
Mrs. Wilson Buchanan.Mrs. her parents, Mr. program heartfelt thanks and gratitude to of the couple.
Building Monday afternoon for unison.
Alex McKeithen spent the Johns. Mrs. Frank Williams. our friends and neighbors for
the Royal Service orogram. The Ann Parham Circle served week end in Orlando visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Eston Milton and Mrs. Bruce was presented a their kindnesses and expressionsof
Mrs. G. A. Lee.president called refreshments during the social sister Mrs. E. J. Daniels and her Mr. and Mrs. Alton Milton and lovely plant as a gift of appreci- sympathy shown us during the RENEW YOUR

the meeting to order. hour. mother. Mrs. E. L. Carlson. children. Gene, Jane, and Mary ation from the circle for having illness and death of our mother. DRIVERS LICENSES
After a short business meetingthe Mrs. Elizabeth Howell spent the Louise, of Quitman Ga., spent served as chairman for the past The family of DURING THE MONTHOF
minutes were read by Mrs. Register Family week end in Tallahassee. the week end with Mr. and Mrs. year.Members Mrs. Serena Harrell YOUR BIRTHDAY
Tom Whisler secretary, and Mrs. Re-Union SlatedThe Mrs. Hilda Hunter and Mrs. Glenn Milton. and their husbands REECE BROWN
Ike Abbott, treasurer, gave her Grady Butler and son, Ronnie, of Mrs. Tom McGlamory of Cor- attending were Mr. and Mrs. COUNTY JUDGE
report. annual Register family reunion dele, Ga.. is spending several Frank Williams, Mr. and Mrs. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
Mrs. Lee announced the associ- will be held at Wayfare weeks here with her brother and Glynn Duncan, Mr. and Mrs.
ational meeting in observance of Church 12 miles north of Staten- First Baptist GA's Hold sister, Claude Adams and Mrs. W. Tom Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Amazing! New Hearing Corrector with
the 75th Anniversary of the WMU vile Ga., on US 129 on Sunday J. Nipper. Burch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futch
to be held at the church Sundayat May 19. The association, now in Coronation ServiceThe Miss Nata Carolyn Fowler of Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. John Paul "Heart of Gold" Guaranteed 5 Full Years

3 pjn. All members are urged its fourteenth year, had over two GA's of the First Baptist Jacksonville spent the week end Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Dave I MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.-Now, electronic designers of Mo roaotADAnt.BERG .*
to attend and to wear period cos thousand in attendance at their Church held a coronation service with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Rich Ca- Hearing Aids have perfected for those who hear but don't always
tumes. The Girls' Auxiliary is first organizational meeting. during the worship service Sun- Aubrey Fowler.Mr. pell Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stainer understand an incredibly tiny hearing corrector with a "Heart of Gold
Chester A. Register of Braden- day night. Latest advances make possible this newest achievement. Now we can
celebrating its 50th Anniversary and Mrs. Kenneth Jamie and Mrs. Jack Carmichael.Mrs. guarantee the "Heart of Gold" amplifier section of the instrument for
of
simultaneously.The ton is president: Sarah C. John- Miss Carol Weatherford and daughter of St. Petersburg Williams will be hostessto FIVE FULL YEARS.
program was presented by son of Miami, vice president and Jacksonville director of Florida spent the week end with Rev. the circle when they meet in Best of all.this remarkable new dependability is yours in an instrumentso
the Intermediate GA.'s. Miss program director; and Judge Baptist GA's presided over the and Mrs. J. W. Baillie. June. simple-so tiny,you just slip tt ill your ear when you want to hear. No

Elizabeth Jackson presided and Folks Huxford of Homerville Ga., service. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bray of Hil- 0 tubes AND.no..cords you can nothing have it in for your just hair pennies or behind a day!your Hard ear.to believe but true!
led the group in singing "We is historian and secretary. The theme was "The Royal liard visited Mr. and Mrs. Brow- Now hear-test it yourself in the privacy of your own home. Or. write
Have A Story To Tell" and Sue This day has been designatedas Diadem" which is the theme of ard Webb over the week end. Nu Chapter Met FridayThe for full facts. Simply return the coupon below or phone our offices. Mo
theGA's. DO IT NOW AND DISCOVER HOW YOU CAN HEAR AGAIN...
the golden anniversary of obligation.
all
Perry led in prayer praying for "Folks Huxford Day" and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Baillie of Nu Chapter of the Delta with the"HEART OF GOLD."GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS.
the missionaries on the Calendarof descendants are cordially invitedto Elfers visited Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Kappa Gamma international edu- On return of art to authorized MOTOROLA/DAHLBERG H.rtn AM d...lr or th. Uttery.
Prayer. attend. The eight maidens were Evelyn Baillie over the week end. cational society met Friday nightat .
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Mrs. Cornelius Davis introduced Dinner will be served on the Clark, Judy Howes, Lenora Law- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Car- the Blanche Ho,l in Lake City I YES. Please ten me how the hearing Corrector I II
the guest speaker. Miss Carol grounds at 1 o'clock. hon Anise Newsome, Gail Porter, michael and son, Douglas Jr., of for the annual initiation banquet.A I JACKSONVILLEHEARING me hear with again the No Heart obligation.of Gold" can help I
Weut Tford director of the Flor- I Ginger Ross, Sharon Bonds, Con- Tallahassee spent the week end May day theme was used in l SERVICE
I II
ida BaptGirls'!_ Auxiliary. HudsonKellyEngagement na Johnson and Barbara Temple. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. the decorations with spring flow- I I 565 Florida National NAME
The eight Ladies in Waiting Bank Bldg. ADDRESS
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W. W. Land and Mr. and Mrs. .ers and miniature May poles on I Jacksonville, Florida
were Sandra Abercrombie, Janet 'i. I
.- W. M. Carmichael Sr. the dinner tables. I CITYSTATE -
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FOR YOUR Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kelly Sr. of Cannon, Christine Lawhon, Mary Lt. and Mrs. Daniel U. Liver- Mrs. Roy Allison of Lake City

TREE TRIMMING & Live Oak announce the engage- Creech, Mary Alice Daniels, Elizabeth more of Ft. Rucker, Ala., spent was initiated into the society.

TREE REMOVAL ment and approaching marriageof Jackson, Diane McMullen Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mrs. George Dexter of this city, ft:.....,...;;:<. :.
their daughter Margie Chris- and Elaine Smith. McNeill after attending the Mc- and president of the Nu Chapter, .: FREE
TRENCHING OR tine, to Stephen Montague Hud- Miss Nell Evans was the Prin- Neill-Hansen wedding Saturday in conducted the business meeting.A 24-HOUR
DITCHING son, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. cess and Miss Sue Perry was chosen Sanford.Mr. brief period of silent prayer was Y. .... OXYGEN EQUIPPED
Hudson of Ft. White and form- Queen. Janice Brady was the An- ;
and Mrs. W. M. CarmichaelSr. observed in memory of Miss 'j
CALL erly of Branford.The Sunbeam flower girl and Danny visited Rev. and Mrs. W. M. nie Laurie Long, a deceased mem- 2:. .:: Ambulance Service
FloodConstruction couple plans to be marriedin Deese was the crown bearer. Carmichael Jr., in Tifton, Ga.. ber. Mrs. R. T. Miller closed with
June. Hudson is employed by These girls have to show inter- Sunday.Mr. prayer.
Co. the State Road Department in est in Bible study work and workIn and Mrs. C. J. Alderman Mrs. W. H. Williams program Phone 362-3333

Lake City. their own community to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Alder- chairman presented Mrs. Dexter
362.2101 achieve these awards. man, Miss Janice Alderman of who addressed the group. Mrs.
___ _____ ... Miss Edith Ann Castleberry and
I> IW'I' (Office Suppiles at McCrimon's) Jacksonville, and Mrs. Alma Poll- Dexter reported on the state con-
Miss Mary Frances Cone sang the man of Mobile, Ala., visited Mrs. vention held in Winter Park in
GA anniversary song. Finley Brinson and Miss Verna April. JAMES B. DANIELSFUNERAL .2 .Y., .

For All Your NeedsWITH Brinson Sunday.Mr. Local members are Mrs. John HOME ..: a
Executive Board Met and Mrs. S. B. Sparkman Lee Alford, Mrs. Clyde Bass, Mrs. East Howard St. t
spent the week end with Mr. William Bozeman, Mrs. E. N. But-
At Garden CenterThe
Sparkman's sister Mrs. Finley ler, Mrs. George Dexter Mrs. J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. ;
Executive Board of the Brinson. Herbert Drew, Mrs. Henry Fol-
LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE Live Oak Garden Club Inc., met Mrs. J. D. Cundiff and Mrs.S. som, Mrs. E. Bardin Hunter Mrs.R. S. C. BASS, JR. Sd
at the Garden Center Tuesday at T. McDowell spent Saturday T. Miller, Mrs. John Perry EMERT POTEET
9:30 ajn. with thirteen members in Tallahassee visiting Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. W. H. Williams.

present. Price who is a patient in the Tal-
The meeting was called to order lahassee Memorial Hospital. Oth-

ARTHUR CROWE by Mrs. George Allen, presi- ers who visited Mrs. Price recently use
dent.Mrs. were Miss Carolyn Huffman -
Ed Butler read the garden Mrs. M. Smithson Weldon, .
ATGREEN'S ,Ifi1. prayer and the minutes were read and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. \
-W and approved.A Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Lee will
vote of thanks by the board leave Sunday to attend the State
: FUEL was given to Mrs. Jack Jones, Dental meeting in Jacksonville.
treasurer and Mrs. Lawrence Lee,
secretary, for the work they have
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SIX SUWANNEE! DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK FLORIDA 1
THURSDAY: MAY 16, .I



Description of Land Sec.Twp.Rre.\cr. Owner Amt. &; Costs D.* riUwi .f Laud Soc.Twp.Rc Aer. Owner Amt. 4k Costs ..
No.1Ossie J
Lots 15. 16. IT Blit t. E% Lot 20 Lot Zl BIk I
County Ministers Column Lee Carter B. & E., cer- North East Suwannee U:.Lh'e Oak 23 2.1S Wffliams. Moss&e M&rJ'I I
Ralph Heights 11 5 14 Bryant Geneva B. Mn. t.n -- -- \ JAne 1127
tified to Circuit Court; 11 Lot Beg a. Ft S of N WH Lot 31 Blk 52. Live

: The Boyer, petit larceny, dismissed up- Line of See 20 W of RR Oak 23 2 13 Pre,"", y. Henry A Lovtse 25.18
affiant and paymentof R/W Ii Run S 105 Ft Lot 2 Elk 63 Live Oak 23 I 13 Da els. James B. Jr. A
on motion of W To School Land N Annie 198.34

$7.50 court costs; Kenneth 105 Ft E To POB. DB Lot '4 Blk 68. Live Oak XS 2 13 Ford. Nellie EeL 15.07
Pastor's CornerBy driving without license, 111 P lU ZO 5U % Smith Wesley 4: Nac- Lot 2 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 Johnson Albert A Alberta
Raymond -
lie B. 4.11>> 101'
$35 or 10 days; Ervin Lee Jenkins. Lots S 4: 4 Blk .. O"Brien ZO 5 14 Lewis R. Mrs. E.t. U.9 Lot 7 Blk 71. Lire Oak 24 2 ,13 3/4 Jaekson. Randal 24.6*
The without license dismissed Lots 10. 11 Ii 12 Bik 7. Lot 11 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 Jacks. Howard A Ma-
REV. CORNELIUS B. DAVIS driving O.Brien ZO 5 14 'Lewis R. Irs. 10.71 tie K. 593

Pastor, First Baptist Church defendant having produced valid Beg At SE Cur of NE3i Bee 30 Ft E of SW Cor of .. -
issued 8/31/62 Julius C. of NE34 of SW 1,6 Ii Run Lot 21 ft Run N 100 Ft. -
license ;
I did I not important to the chil- N.ward Z10 n. W-ward EOFtS100FtWSOFt
"Mommy where come seem
Castleberry, improper passing ordered 210 Ft. Seward ZlO Ft To POB Being Part .

from?" dren. to $20 court costs. E-ward to FOB n 5 14 1 Mick J. R. Jr. II Margaret 5.32 of Lot 21 Bik 71. Live <._

This is a question that has come The final result is benefit to pay A Parcel of Land Des in Oak 24 2 13 .: Her Mg, WIMam H* 51.2EBeg
Johnny Eugene Messer. drivingon DB 122 P Sl Also Known 80 Ft E of SW Cor
from the lips of almost every the entire family. Whenever peo- side of the road $35 or As Parcel No. 20 5' 11 ..6 Smith Elsa Ruby 12.1 Lot 21 ft Run N 100 Ft. .

child. More important it is a ple follow the Lord they receive wrong Lots 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 E 50 Ft. S 100 Ft, W 50 ." > ,
10 days; IDa Mae Sumner,. driv- BIt S. Branford 11' 11 Daniels Richard M. IZI.t Ft To POB Being Part _
question to which few adults can His blessings. This truth is predominant ing without license ordered to Lots IS Ii 14 Bik 7. Bran- of Lot 21 BIt 71. Live ." "

give an aswer that is both true in all the Bible. One ford 11 6 11 Fender C. L. 27.88 Oak 24 2 13 4th kcal. A Bra-
pay court costs of $7.50 having Lots 1. 2. S 4 Bik 12. 51.7i:
and satisfying. Just where. do example is as follows: "The Lord secured proper license; Ruth Bass Branford 11 G 11 Edfirds. Bruce A. 1.88 Beg130FtE&31FtS -

"baby people" come from? God is a sun and shield; the Lord Lotsl.2.3,4&SBIk14. of NW Cor Lot 21 ft;
Croft driving without license case Branford 17 G U Smith Elsa Ii Ruby U.5 Run S 100 Ft. E 50 Ft.
After considering all the answ- will give grace and glory: no good dismissed defendant having pur- Lot Fronting Suwannee St N 100 Ft W 50 Ft To '

"? ."., ''' thing will He withhold from them 102 Ft Bd N By Philpot, POB Being Part of Lot 1 .
ers given, theroldest ::,:':"" 'rl chased valid license; Homer Na- S By RB W By Hatch 21 Blk 71. Live Oak 242 '13 Aiueflfia" Shell He.,.e.. foe. 512'2:
and the'.v w-:':':. that walk uprightly. (Psalm than Stamper driving without Being Part of Lot 14 Bik Beg8OFtE&31FtS .: .
re-r >st 84:11.) 45. Branford 11 6 U Williams C. D. Lois %13.2% of NW Cor Lot 21 A
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simpliest .",.> ", '1,. license ordered to pay $7.50 court N% Lot 4 &: Lots 5. G RunS100FtESOFt.
mains to be the;" & ..t'i.k. Parents who are sincerely costs having produced valid li 7 Blk 6Z. BraDford 16 6 U Severance B. S. 131.80 N 100 Ft, W 50 Ft To
thankful for their "gifts from S% Bit 69. Branford U G It Pryor Walter Ii Henry POB Being Part of Lot -

best. Many peo- f.. :t, ,.( heaven" will their grati- cense. {1- Arrant, 11.85 21 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 ,2IS A..... 9fesl Hams. Uc 51.'_:
pie pass it off as, '.: > \ ". .;eft: express t Beg At A Pt 35 Yds E of ."' Lot 24 Blk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 Ames. 6,4"

being trite. The4fact '> :: : ; tude to Him who gave by "bring- KEEPING AIR CLEAN SE Cor of StalYey Lot A Lot In SW Cor of Lot 8 -
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W
t :fever ,. ing their children up in the nur- Owned By Stalny 4: "} ''-; Being 60 Ft E A W A -
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is still, howe;, y' ...f'. /(' American industry seems to be Moses Thence 35 Yds E 123 Ft N A S of Blk 72.
that "baby f*f '. '. :" % ture and admonition of the Lord"The doing its utmost to keep the air To Iron Pipe Thence N '" Live Oak 24 213 ........ MM* AMM M4Sde.
.x irdp S5 Yds To Iron Pipe A: Peak L-et"t. i.' I
people are f ; clean. Some $500 million a yearis Thence W S5 Yds To Beg 30 Ft S A: 220 Ft E

made by and! ;..' bodies of insects which ad- now being spent to control air Iron Pipe Thence S 35 of NW Cor Lot 8 As A
St here to windshield and Yds To FOB More Fully FOB Thence S 100 Ft, E .
come from God. your car pollution. Des in DB 68 P 68 21 6 1-1 34 Knight Albert James 5U! 50 Ft, N 100 Ft. W 50
Certainly it is Just finish will wash off more easilyif S% of SWti 26 6 1-1 80 Deans Thomas C. 4 Ft To POB Blk 72. Live ..
the Creator. wilefneat soda to -' f : Dorothy R. 3.36 Oak 24 r.13;; --. AM. *. Cfcartu ABM
add baking
and you yourwater. ..
as true that husband I NE3a of NE'k at 6 Ii U Dean Thomas C. &; Mao 517 :

x cart in the birth of (School Supplies at McCrimon's) Dorothy R. 2.51 Lot 9 Blk 72. Live Oak 24 Z 13. Net***. HuMht M. A:
had A- to N'4 of NWI. 35 6 H 80 Dean Thomas .C. &; Jolla Ml 49.,
their baby. They merely put Dorothy R. 13.9 Beg 105 Ft N of SW Cor
however what God had given I NOTICE OF TAX SALE SWI. of SEti Z5 I. 13 .0 Reed Jerry Est. 19.81 Lot 23 A Run E 63 Ft.
use. WJ;i of NEti NW<. of N 52% Ft., W 63 Ft S
made
them. In the beginning. God Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of May SE% 36 1 13 lZO Reed Jerry Est. 91.7 52% Ft To POB Blk 73.
with the abilityto I The W 198 Ft of SW ti of Live Oak 24 2"U MOM; C. J. 50':
man and woman His ingenious 1963, at Eleven O'clock, A. M., at Live Oak, County of NEIi S 2 13 6 Walker Leroy Lola Lots 5 A 6 Blk 74. Live .
have children. Without Mae 4.45 Oak 24 2 13 H4war& M..ek 10 -
Suwannee of Florida sale certificates will be '
State '
creation we would not be tax Beg At NE Cot of SEt,. of Lots 4 A: 5 Blk C. Me Leeds
sold on the following described land to pay amount due SW. Run S 450 Ft Sub-Div. 24 2 13 W....... F. W. ABr ; Lasts 25 '
here., &; W 226 Ft For A FOB Lots 2 &; 3 Blk D. Me Leeds .
truth to two for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all Thence Run W 110 Ft. S Sub-Div. 24 2 13 ...... bsssse 1341 :

Apply the same costs of such sales and all advertising. 105 Ft. E 110 Ft, N 105 54 Ft Across S End of
other obvious activities of a per- Ft To FOB, U 2 IS 'l ::-.Burist. Dave &;. Katie 7.95 Lots 1 A 2 Blk A Being54FtN&SX278Ft

son. How does one begin to talkor Description of Land Sec.Twp-Rje. Acr. Owner Amt. & Costs % A Beg lIt'ids S of NE, E A W Elk: A. Hender- ';.;. y

walk? There is something more N% of NEU &; SWU of Cor Run of W SE3i IS Yds of SW14 S 70 son Add. 24 2 13, Bal_ Mssw A. A Aa L. .'! ,
of NE3i A EH of EH of A Lot As Des In DB 120 -
basic than the parent's part Yds E as Yds N 70
NW 3'a A EH of NEU of Yds To FOB 14 2 IS >ly Hays ATie 7.n P 210 Being Part of Lot
teaching and encouraging. With- SWU A NWU of SEU 15 3 15 220 Fleming. J. F. $ 77.43! Bee At A Pt 615 Ft W of ; 2 Blk B. Henderson Add. 21 2 13 .w9., Artt.w T. 64

vocal cords and/or tongue SEU of NEU & NEU of A Pt 315 Ft S of NE A Parcel of Land 105 Ft
out SEU 15 3 15 80 Fleming J. F. 35.30 Cor of SE3i of SW1,6 E& WBy120FtN& .
and/or a palate there could be no Lots 7. 8. 9. 16 &; 17 Bik Run W 105 Ft, N 105FtE1OSFtS1OSFt S Des in DB 111 P 111 24 2 18 Iheg. 4isaeal Sta. 49': .
did these necessi- 2. Wellborn Heights 16 3 15 Thomas Minnie Est. 16.22 Lot 3 Blk 4. Ingleside Re-
talking. Where 55. 56. platt 24 2 18 Swttk. I***? u &: lA-
Lots 51. 52. 53. 54. To FOB 1-1 2 13 Frazier G. W. 36.79
ties to learning to talk come I 57 &; W% of Lot 50. Revised A Parcel of Land Des In ., '. I wea.s 6. '
of the 16 3 15 Hall. Thomas 6.67 Lots 5 &; 6 Blk 4. Ingleside .
from? These were part Platt DB lZS P H7 16 2 13 American Shell Homes Inc. 5.95
God Included N% Blk V. Wellborn 16 3 15 Hutc erson. John T. &; All N',4 of SEti N of RR 16 2 13 11 Ross, Grace Mrs. 111.19 Replatt 24 2 13 H.rreil J'te I. ft De- .
"standard equipment" Daisy 3.67 Lot S. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Fillmore Boston 5.45 ton* & 14" cLot
in His creation. Without Beg At SE cor Lot 8 Blk Lots U U &; 5. Beverly 23 Blk 12. Ingleside
: does 13&RunN&S105Ft; : Hills Est. 22 2 13 Tompkins Eva 'Mae 15.51 Replatt 24 2 18 3rith. OMtwe B. Jr. A
legs who can walk? Where E &; W 105 Ft. Wellborn 16 3 15 Kennedy Charles E-&; Lot 8. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Thompson Bethel Ii ., Barbers l f i
0" Frances' A Parcel of Land Des in
legs? 152.82A J
one get Annie Belle 5.95
DB 123 P 344 24 2 13 B.O. leek A Matte !>' '
husband and wife receive into Lot Beg 75 Ft N of SE Lot 12. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Philpot Thomas G. &; :
A A Parcel of Land Des in
N 168 J
Cor Blk 14 A: Run Eliza G. 5.95
baby ., DB 92 P 41 24 2 18 Dosud.N. A. B. A )KUaaWtfti
their family a precious Ft W 168 Ft S 168 Ft, Lot 19. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Mitchell C. O. .8.72 I' -.
because God has made them like E 168 Ft To POB A Also NV Lot 28. Beverly Hills The E50PtofS100Ft !
Lot 50 X 75 Ft Bd S r Est. 22 2 13 May Ethel Lee 4.76
they are. God made it all possible.A By Hwy A Also Lots 7 A ;. ::." : Lot 32. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Cole Myles Lillie 5.15 Lot 30. South Live Oak .
". .- Sub-Div. 25 C 18IB Gr.avWs. Cb1I1e A: Doris 6"; '
baby is a gift from God! How 8 Less Lot To Cobb A .,. ? _. Lots 35 36. Beverly Lot 6 Blk F. South Live
Lowe A Less Lot To Mc- Hills Est. 22 2 13 Whitaker Eva Mae I '
thankful? How Oak 26 2 Wtfos. "K.R. _
many parents are Leran Also A Lot 170 X James 121.80Lot 'i :
'" Lot 1 Blk J. Goffs Add. 26 2 I' LJflfc F. K.t.J. 1.1'" -
their gratitude? 252 Ft In SW Cor of Elk H. Beverly Hills EsL 22 2 13 Tompkins Carling &;
express
many Lot 1 Blk 1. Carroll So
14. Wellborn 16 3 15' McLeran. E. B. Jr. 146.27 Hattie Lee 73.24
time to thank the Side Add. 26 2 13 PEN s, M.WOs 1 :
take
How 14
many In Blk .
Lot 68 X 168 Ft Lots 18. H. 48. BeverlyHills .
Blk Liberty
11 12.
Lots A 12
Heavenly Father for His blessing Bd N By Alley. E By 3rd '. .' .: Est. 22 2' 13 Montgomery Bessie Mae 15.51 Heights 26 2 ItO Ltawwy..W. B. ::: ;
St, S ByHembree Carver. W By ; .' : : Lot 55. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2' 13 .Calhoun Jerry L. &;
Less 5 A
Power.
His of SWU
Him for SWU
and to Praise Blk 14. Wellborn I Grace E. 5.95

Are there other ways parents 163 15 McLeran E. B. Jr. 12.70 Lot 65. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Whitaker James &; Eva Across Des In E DB Side 90 Less P 1 227 A ,
NH Lot 1 &; Lot 2 Blk 16. Mae 5.95
should thank Him? It seems that Wellborn 16 3 15 Hutcherson. John T. &; Lots 73 &; 74. Beverly Less N 523 Ft of SWU '

one would seek ways to constantly Daisy .. _131.% Hills EsL 22 2 11 McMillian James Ii: .MiI- __ of SWU *6 2 18 M JrtdtsSll, Charlie ::::- I
Lots 1 A 4 Blk 18. Well- I dred 11.21 3 A Lot in SH of SEU
express appreciation for sucha born 1G 3 15 Knight. Charles R. Jr. 6.H Lots 75 76. Beverly Bd S By Davis. N By

wonderful gift. The most ade- WU Lot 1 A W% Lot 4 Hills Est. 22 2 13 Thompson J. C. Viola 10.71 Lawson 26 2 18 3 14sGesrge: G. Jr. &
Blk 22. Wellborn 16 3 15 J.hdatate Homes Inc. 101.59 Lot 85. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Thompson Philmore &; Pglfs :s < -
quate way is to use this blessingto SW1,4, of SW t. 2.1 3. ,15 40. Roberts Austin E. & Margaret 5.95S Lot As Des in DB FF P
< *,. Eleanore 56.39 -,2g4 K :2 18 Jrirwb LIlIa -
serve and honor God. In our t# -. % Lot 903 11everly Hills. .. ". :
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Bee 630 W A 105 Ft'
Sub- Ft
Lots 15 A 16. Randall \ '" Est. : 22 2' 13 I Kelly Marguerite 4:46
human relations we honor one I Div. \ 22 S' 15 = Clark, H. H. 2.16 Lot 96.Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 11 Williams. Drew Lucinda 97.16 S of NE Cor of SEU &;

who gives by making good use of All EH of SE ti of SWU Lots'4 &: 5 Blk 1. RR Add. 22 2 IS Merritt Johnson Dora RanW7OFtSIOSFt, -.,' a : 'J
Lying S of St. Rd. &; a Powell 25.18Lot E7OFtN1OSFtTo -
the gift. Perhaps the best way to SWU of SEU of SWU 22 3 15 20 Shasky Fred F. 21.71 7 Bik 4. RR Add. 22 2 ,13 Davis Howard 5.45 POB 2 6 2 11 li Roeeeq. 43sssMe

thank God for a baby is to follow All E% of NWU Lying E Lot 13 Blk 4. RR Add. 22 2 13 Dixie Acceptance Corp. 10.21 Beg 778 Ft N of SW Cor
of Pb. Rd. A All N'of S 50 Ft Lot 11 Blk 7. RR of Sec 28 & Run N To ,- < -
the Biblical instruction: "bring S% Lying E of Pb. Rd. 27 3 15 128 Shasky Fred F. 76.98 Add. 22 2 13 Stockton. Estelle 15.51 NW Cor of SWU E To '

(your children) up in the nurture NWU of NWU 28 3 15 40 Roberts Austin E. &; Lots U. 15. 16 Blk 7. RR NE Cor of SW%. S 830
Eleanore 11.0 Ft, W To U Sec Line.
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Add. 22 2 13 McCollum Samuel 25.18
and admonition of the Lord. Beg At NW Cor NWU of > Lots 2 3 Elk 11. RR S Along U See Line
(Ephesians 6:4: New Testament.) NEU A Run E Along Lot 3 Blk 3. FruitlandAdd. 1060 Ft, W To POB 28 Z. 11., ; Map...w. M. Ass, Joseph
Pinemount A Lake City 22 2 13 Williams John H. 3.56Lots Jam**, ...... Marion,
The word "nurture", not only Rd 316 Ft S, 105 Ft W. 1. 2 3 Blk 5. Fruit- S&MMi, ....... Willie

means to educate to train, and 315 Ft N, 105 Ft To i land Add. 22 2 13 Curtis Rt'ece 10.77 Le. Aatfrew. Mildred
the POD 8 4 15 3" Green Oscar D. Jr. 8.17E Lot 10 Bik 5. Fruitland Artfar A: Mat ew (+ .
to instruct: but also carries % of SEUWH 9' .4 15 80 Brannan Robert D. 20.H Add. 22 2 IS Filmore Doris &; Roosevelt A Parcel of Land Des In
meaning of doing these things of SWUSEU 10 4 15 80 Brannan Robert D. 20.74 n.72 DB 121 P 175 7 S 13 3.4 g.skiu, Js G. A
correction. of NWU &; E% of Lot 19 Blk 1. Hildreth 2nd Martha L. 14' "I
with discipline and SW% &: SW ti of SEU 18 4 15 160 Kennedy Edward. L. 54.0 A'IId. 22 2 13' Surety Mortgage Investment All NEU of NEK Lyiag'
and effective training and : W of A Line 100 Ft W
Proper W% of EH of SE&; Co. 7S.H
instruction are so important the NW',. of SEt,. 18. 15 80 Kennedy Edward L. 111.26 Lot 4 Blk %. Hildreth'2nd of Center of ACL Ry
SWUSH 28 4 15 160 Walters. O. J. 144.8'1' Add. 22 2IS Holland Ernestine 22.78 Less no Ft Across W .
parent is completely justified in of SEt of SEU 16 5 15 20 Koon; Roy &; Iria '.n Lots 69 &; 78 Blk 3. Hil- Side U S U. II Fields, Henry 3. & David o c
t using strict discipline as measuresof The S 75 Ft of Lot 133 dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 13 Northington. Charlie 9.56 NWJ. of SW ti IS I 1&40 .$ off s. Ades i,1E34 '1
16 a IS M 'Jaekaon.
Fiery Nsek
Section C. Suwannee Lots 55 Blk 3. Hildreth2nd of SEVi Ii
correction. The word "admon- Ranchettes 20 .5 15 Moore James M4 &; Add.'. 22 2 IS.; Robinson. Sarah .H. 5.95 Resole 0. 31-
ish", simply adds emphasis. It Marion 5.62 Lots 73 7. BIt .. Hil- W% of NE1,4 of NW" sa S 11 JIG u.e... B. 3. g i ISWJ
7 Acres More or Less in dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 IS Walker Viola Mae 34 of NW% Less 1 A ,
carries the meaning to put into NW V of NW ti in Su Eugene 11.27 I I To Sch Bd. 1 4 11 ',3)9) Lis/es Arta. A. Ii Beth Z' J-

the mind instruction "with warn- wannee County or Lot 3, 6 7 15 7 Moser William 9.61 A Lot 145 X 480 Ft nd N I SWJof SE's &; SE3:
The N 55 Ft. of S 510 Ft By 7th Ave E By' Sec of SWI,. 5 I 13 H B.... J. B. Jr. 31 'J''
ing". of NEU of SW ti W of .- Line W B7 Frazier Add -- --. - N34 of NWti Less 1'4 A '
The force of the passage how- Rd. No. 129 20 l' U Deese B. W. 6.45 Known A. Lot A Bit 1 In NE Cor of NEi. of
NEU of SE% Less A Less Lots Sold. Hildreth2nd NW% l' 4 11 'lS" Soak N..s.s. I41s4. 67L,,
ever, lies in the phrase "of the Strip 70 Yds Wide A- Add Less N 150 Ft 22 2 13 Baas E. K. 17.57A Beg At NE Cor" of NE3i

Lord". How and what parents are cross N Side &: Less 2 Parcel of Land Des In of NW'-S Run S 315Ft.
A As Des In DB 128 P DB lU P 502 22 2 13 ," Hill A. J. &; Connie 8.36 W 209 Ft, N 315 Ft,
to teach must come from the 158 .2 2 U 32 .Lee. Leo 17.07S Beg no Ft S of NW Cor E 209 Ft To FOB 7.4. 13 1. Smltla, I4osa N. 4i gale G.,

Lord. They must teach like He % of NWUNEU 11 2 U 80 Lee Leo Peggy .3.7 of NE'1 of SE3. Run "' E% of NW& N% of 1"
of NWU Less 10 A E21OFtS21OFtW SW Va of NWI4 17. U Smith Hera II s.r/e H. 2. 1'1N34

taught and the things He taught. In SH of S% of NEU no Ft. N 210 Ft To of NWI of SE3: &;
Three lessons are involved here. of NWU n 2 14 SO Delegal G. C. 11.21 FOB 22. 2 U Smith Caesar 12.27 S% of SWvs of NE% 25 4 13 IJoO 4-0 Otter.a". Ole 1)1
27 A on N Side of SEU IS 2 It 27 Lee Wm. Irvin 1.67 Lots 7 &; 8 Blk N. College E% of SWV 4 Ii 11 Beatrigbt Mary Drew Ie
First, parents in order to teach of SEU 13 Jehn.4e 6J: 5IE.4
S 35 Yds of SEta Heights 22 2 Johnson A. Thomas 20
like the Lord taught must be acquainted of NW Vs of SWUSWU 18 2 U Edwards. Nathaniel 5.95 Gillins 121.80 of NEIi of NW% 9 5 11 Beatrfghj J..ie Mary Drew 4i

of SEUSH 18 Z U .0_ Green John R. Francis n.94 Lots 20 21 Blk B. Col- 8 q.
with what He taught. W 34 of W% Less 10 A On
of SWU of SEU of lege Heights 2S 2 IS Brown Ansel L. 10.77
Parents must read and be familiar NWU of SW 34 18 2 U 114 Lester Thelma 1.56 Lots 3 4 Blk D. Slate'sAdd. N End 2 1 121M Ph4I1ifi J. Mania 17 27
NH of SWU of SW 3i ANWU 2S 2 13 Davis Mary EaL Lot 38 Suwannee High-
with the Bible. They cannot 19.60 lands Sub-Div. 1st. Add. 1 1 12 Parrieb J.. R. II
SWU
of SWU, A Ft.
Lot Z Bik G Less S ZO
teach what they do not know. of NWU Less 12 A On Slate's Add. 2S 2 13 Riley Ed 10.77 Kathryn 131

Then parents must apply to their E End 25 2 U 88 Cook. George'Kaleom Lot a BIIt H. Less S 20 Ft.Slate's 10 SE3.Ydi Sq In SW Cot of 22 Z 1Z- 1 garden FraK E. II
Latemer 41.3Z Add. 2S 2 13 Butler Pink 10.77E ,-
lives what they teach. Their example S% of SW% of SWUNH 25 2 U U Cook George Malcom II % Lot 2 Blk O. Slate's of HarthIt S. 4911Wi4
of W% of NW,4!
carries far more weight of NH of NEU of Lat mer 8.U Add. 2S 2' 11 Foster.Viola Ida II Waters NE34 as Z 12 10 Roes Fn1tk: 1.. 5.'S
H.tO
than their words. If parents want SWU 29 2 14 10 Butler. hmanda, Est 8.36 Lots 2 &: S. Blk P. S1ate' The 210 S Yds 115 of Yds E%of of The SW 3i E 8 I 1Z 5 Hart Alfred O. IU8

their children to be Christians Beg. 232 Ft N of SW Cor .. Add. IS 2 13 Holmes Catherine. Eat. 73.24 W% of SWVa 27 a 1Z 8tJ S..oboda, Bhae-r A
of SEU of NWU Thence \ Lots 4 A 5 BlIt Q. Slate'sAdd. Karel
they must not only teach them Run E 200 Ft, N 150 Ft. U 2 11 Holmes Catherine Eat. 58.1 E. n.n
how to be Christians W 200 Ft S 150 Ft To -- Lot 6 Elk Q. Slate's Add.. 2S 2 11 McCoy. Elisabeth U.U N% of NW% u a 1Z 80 8voboda Elmer L. 26,60S's
they POB 80 2 14 Turner. Hubert G. ft N% Lot 1 Blk W Less W of S% of SE% of
must show them. Doris C. 27.18 10 FL Slate's Add. 2S t 1S Williams. ETerUner 8.U SE% 22 4' 1Z 10 Feypwood Stanley K. I.ts
Secondly parents must teach Beg At Inter of W Line of E% Lot Z Blk W. Slate's W% of SE14 of SW% ZI 4 1Z Zt Boatrlcht, Thomas L 1t,1O
E 121 Ft of SW% of Add. IS Z 11 Williams Joe 10.ST Lot S. Suwaenee Belle Estates -
the Bible in the home day by day. S Line of B/W1 s --. -,. Unit No. 1 as t 1Z Warren W. 3. "Lorlu 1518
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It is not enough to leave all Bible of St Rd No. 10 A RunS200FtEI21Ft -'- U Z 11 Demps Ethel 11.51 110 Ft Run Back To

teaching to the church. The child 'W N ,,' Lot 4 BIIt X. Slate' Add. 2S I 11 Parnell John Jr. T.SS Magnolia St 150 Ft II
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To RD R/W E% Lot 9 BDt H. Add To A Parcel of Land As Des
needs DAILY instruction "from To POB 30 2 .\; 14:..,.. Starling" Joe A Marjorie 61.32 NW DiT. U 2 IS Hale Coy L. US." In DB 105 P t8 U 1 11 1 iii Hoover E.sle Mae 50.'TZ
Com at A Pt on A Road.- ..< ; Lot 5-B. Lot I II S U Ft W as Z 11 ZO.McN
the Lord". BOTH parents need to A Low % of SE% of SW34 I. E. B. I.U
The Old Houston : Lots I-D t-B BlIt 20 NW V. of NE14 1 I 11 U. Bums, Nancy KN. 39,10
take time each day to sit with er Spgs Rd on U See or A Lot 181 Ft 5g. In S% of SW'4 of NE% 1. II" 20 Balms E. S.U

their children, read the Bible to Line Between The NEU SE Coy of BUt 20. NW. E% of NE'4 of SW'4 1 a 11 to Nelson O. W. U1:
of NEU A SE% of Div U 2 IS Gallops W. D. II Eunice Bec At NE Cot of W to J.
them, explain the truths on the NEU above See Run- L 11.Z of NW< of SE4 Run

children's level of understanding ning Along Said Road N .Lot U. 12. 13&14 Bit A. S ZU Ft, W In Ft. N
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CO Yds. W 97 Yds, S 59 Humphre" Sub-DiT. II Z 11 Miler Ida 10.11 211 Ft. E 165 F\ To
and pray for God's leadership in Yds. E 97 Yd to POB 84 t 14 1 Surety Mortgage Iueltt
Lots. 1. Z J BlIt B. Humpmys FOB 6 I 11 1 Johnson. Ruben Harold I.II
fulfilling the instructions..'" 'This __- Co..* .0..8 Sub-Div. 23 Z 11 MIBer Ida n.1I Lots I. T S E% 8 BlIt 11.
NW'h of NWU. 86 2'. 14 U 'Cook. Malcom.. George ft Lot 4 BDt B. lta.phre7' Dewing Park I I 11 Clark James L a R.a. 21.11
spiritual "feeding", because- it affects Latemer- %1.II Sub-DIT. II Z 11 Shelton, Willie a Same '.U Lot 6 BIIt u. Dowli1ac
Beg At Inter of S Bd. of .: The S Ft Lot I S N
other of lI.n
every area life, Is SAL RR ft W Edge of 21.n Ft Lot I Elk L ; Park 5 I 11 Rome Rose 2,11
more important than physical E% of NW 34 A Ran E Carroll Acid. II I 11 Ross. Basle K. n.TC Lot 1Z BIk U. Dow1iAc

feeding. "Man doth< not live' by Along RR B/W 362 Ft. Lot 5 Blk IL Carroll Add. %I.I. IS KiI1er. Ida Est n.u Park 8 1 11 Bonham Rebecca Lawrence F. A
S 102.4 Ft ,To Hwy No. t.11
bread The S II Tt Lot.41BIkpi Lob 5 II 6 BDt U. Dow1b1e
alone but by every word 96 W Along Hwy B/W
Carroll Add. 21 2 11 HolesCuear K. .....
that proceedeth out of the mouthof 358 Ft N 43, Ft To FOB 1 1 14 Surety Mortgage Investment Lot I BDt IIL Carroll AciL 23 Z 11 McMullan Sarah 10.1 Park 8 1 11 Goldberl' Arthur.* NataUe -

Co. 62.29 Lot 7 I BlIt nL Carroll '.If
the Lord doth man live." EH of NEU of NW34. 7 t U 20 William. S. A. Z7.57 Add. 23 2 11 W11l1ams. MOM Lot 2 BlIt U. DowliDe

(Deuteronomy 8:3; Matthew 4:4.) NEU of SEU 11 I_ U 40 S ott,William. Haxie Ma- Lob 11 a 12 Bit nL Carroll 1I.n Lot Park I BDt .,4. Dowlmc 3 1 11 Blair' Date F. Margaret 2.11
so. Thornton
ft J. D. Add. U Z 11 Halley Henrietta
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Thirdly parents must .. 11.11 Park I 1 11 Kfz. Cordon E.
lead thechildren Hawkins n.u" Lots 15 11 Blk UL Carroll 2,11
Lots 15 11 BDt u. Dow-
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to Sunday School each .. Add.. ZI Z 11 Smith, Catherine Eat. 10.11 ling Park a 1 It Rome David
SWU A SWU of SEUNEU to 1 U 1$0 Scott, William Mule Mazo. Lot nL Carroll 3.0!
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Sunday. In addition to the'daily -- Thornton ft J. D. Add. II Z 11 CImT. Christopber A Ash. George 1S.
NW$ of Zl I. It 41 WaJk T.
Hawkins NWft4 B. A tiny
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"lay-teaching" in 'the home the of NW 3a II I 1& U Scott. Harvey Fannie .u Lots CarroI1 Cbestine n.n E34 .f SW34 of 8W34 II I 11 2t 8d\erl1i. lAlla"r" In
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parents and children need the"professional" -Mae I DDt S% of SE% of HE% A

, k teaching of the SEU: of NE Vs .II 1 14 U Stockton.- M. J. 20.XT IT.7t Lot Add.6 BDt IV. Carron Acid. n n I Z 11 11 Green Green John Edward 1L A. I.U l.tI W-NE34% of SW'4 cf NE% 21 U I 1 It 11 II II Bien. J.vnsta V. 1t.1f
SWU I' I U no KaUno.kL Alibrittea. K.3;
Edward ft June.Pace. ...77 Lou 11 BJk IV. Carrou !2.N
church. Parents need. this ,for NH ,.f J5WU .A SEU of ., .. Add.. 21 I 11 Brown, Evaiina 6.95 N% of_NE" II I u It- ABbrJttoa, x.. J. 1.aT
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their 'Christian NWT qff Lot 6 BDt U. Reese AU. n Z 11
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maturity; but here again; NE'4 SalPM, JL L..
DUICI. t, Enrique 51.8 Oak n I 11 Williams. Feltoa W. 4.71 !&t U.u

they need to show the.,,prpper.exr SEU Let 6 of. 6.SWU-"I1. It, 19. SOA 11 .I It U Mobley. A. P. ft Mary 24.68 -a fl%Oak Lot 7 BIIt U. Live.-II- Z -11-. Long..+ .Catherine SARA B. RAWLS

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t: in aH probability be'"the one to Farm Bureau Bureau Fights .the care their sale'will-provide.. -Johnson pointed out that many
receive the high dollar. It makes"sense.'' hours committee and special
Some of the ways that our people -' Wheat ControlsThe work is donated to the hospitalby

Growers Must Produce Quality might be able to produce. Directors Oppose Suwannee County Farm No. 2Aubrey the staff. He said this is the
quality tobacco during 1963 areas Bureau went on record this key to America's leadership in the
Leaf For Price follows: week of strenuously opposing Goff; Beulah Community medical field today.
High Support 1. Plant the recommended va- Feed Grain BillThe government price supports on Judy Brannon and Allan Ward; "As long as physicians are allowed -

rities of tobacco for our area. wheat and urged Suwannee and Lucky 'Leven'and Live Oak voluntarily to constructively
j By Paul Crews, County Agent 2. Give ample space in between Suwannee County Farm farmers to vote against the Boys Mavis McDonald and Kiah criticize and analyze the profes-

.1 Never before has it meant so much to our farmers to plants and space rows in such a Bureau Board of Directors met measure in the upcoming: ref 1:Eubanks. sional work being performed in

try to produce quality tobacco than during this year way that plants will have suffici- Saturday May 4, and discussed erendum. I I voluntary not-for-profit hospitals

a 1963. ent sunlight and air for better the proposed extension of the "We hope that you will agree No. 3 such as ours American leadershipwill

: By this time you have noticed the news release from growth. emergency Feed Grain Program.The that this control program times continue" Johnson declared.
rates two and three
; board voted to send tele- room
1 Washington relative to the price support for flue-cured 3. Fertilize moderately in most : a should be soundly defeated than hotel wouldbe "If hospitals ever become con-
Hol- higher a room
to Senator Spessard
of complete gram and that Congress and the Administration -
tobacco lor 1963. You will recall cases 1,500 pounds ratesat trolled by any level of our government -
than the
leaving
that in 1962 price support was good price will be paid, but for fertilizer is sufficient to make land and Senator George Smathers should be urgedto worse deficit this motivation, I predict -
that dictates
slick tobacco, is urging them to oppose the extension adapt sensible middle-ground a figure a "
/ low-quality pale When irrigation will
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yields. he
55c per' pound. During 1963 price good in that portion of the- service." cease speculated,
k will be from could of this program. approaches to farm legislation,"
fertilizer
the support price used additional I tossing a barb at medical
is listed
J support as 56c per pound. that care
Johnson the
explained result
This is advan- The State Farm Bureau is again Bureau spokesmen urged farm-
This there is a difference in 12c to 14c per pound. a possbly be used to good plans.
: year is that hospitals still lose
sponsoring the Winn Dixie Schol-
tremendous change from the prices .
: the based the of tage.
price on grades ers.The in their basic
daily services -
arships. There will be two $1,000 money
Most farm- it referendum will be heldon
of previous years. 4. When using irrigation, use
tobacco that are given by the US and No. 4
that they call room
ers will agree that a man who wisely. college scholarships: one for a May 21, Tuesday and be
t I graders. tried to produce quality tobaccoin 5. Use the right kinds and the boy and one for a girl who will open to all wheat growers in the board and depend on surplus The Council pawed two reso
For quality tobacco a relatively previous years did not receive right amounts of insecticides.Have .I finish school this year. county. from ancillary departments to lutions. One commended the Sea

the extra premium that he de- a regular schedule for con- These boys and girls must be a provide enough income to break board Airline Railroad for its out

,4 served. In fact, those people interested trolling the insects that attackour from Farm Bureau families who No.1 even. standing Forestry Day program
,DRIVERS LICENSESARE are actively in Turning to administration of held in Suwannee
in yields only were the tobacco Do not use engaged farming. ; County recently.
RENEWABLE that crop. dust Application blanks are available more beneficial to the county forI the Baptist Memorial Hospital, The other expressed sincere
ones benefited most. tobacco. Never
THE MONTH OF YOUR toxaphene on am a firm believer that the future Johnson said "quality service is ,
fl'H!i BIRTHDAY The trend will change during tobacco when there is a very hea- at your local county Farm Bureau appreciation to Herbert R. Wads-
1963 and possibly future years. dew. In cases this will office and must be sent into development of this countyis no accident". worth Jr. for his efforts on the
REECE BROWN vy many closely tied with the mannerin Individual medical staff
the state office before June 14. mem- Zoning Board of Adjustment.
The tobacco farmer that all affect which
goes burning
cause a
COUNTY JUDGE which we develop and care for bers serve on 19 standing
Crop hail insurance for Florida com- The Council voted to place
out to produce quality tobacco will lowers the quality of tobacco, plus a
vegetables and tobacco growers is our livestock industry. mittees, and special committeesas $15 advertisement in the Far
loss of extra poundage.suckers removed now available from Florida Farm Much improvement has been needed. These include the Association catalogue. Current
the
6. Keep made in this field in recent years medical audit committee medical bills
Bureau Mutual Insurance Company totaling $10,951 were
hand. If MH- appro1.
,i I from the stalks by than 1 according to Leon J. Gill but there is still room for better- records committee nursing care ed.
30 is used use no more
l Sr., local ment. It is a matter that needs committee and many others.
agent.
pint per 1,000( plants and in no The Suwannee County Farm and must have constant emphasisand Johnson noted, too, that the
case use more than 1 gallon per .
I Bureau will hold its monthly attention.It Baptist Memorial Hospital is cur-

acre.7. In harvesting tobacco, har- meeting Thursday. May 16, at the has been said many times rently in the process of helping DEEP SEAFISHING
1 and bears repeating. You take establish
Clayland School.A care a school of nursing with
the mature and ripe to-
vest only
f covered dish supper will be of your cows and hogs now and the cooperation of Jacksonville

bacco. served beginning at 7:30: p.m.:with they will take care of you later in University. This program is in response -
8. Handle the tobacco verycaref
I the program- follow. fine style. to the alarming shortageof
1IY from the time it is picked From
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Thus
The program will be a discussion it appears the better care nurses that are entering the
until it is placed in the barn.
II mishandled on rules and regulations on livestock gets the better will be field today he said. Steinhatchee, Fla.on .
Bruised or tobacco results I
"Hog Cholera Eradication". All
leaf.
in a lower quality
!'1 1b' 1l 1 9. In coloring the tobacco, nor- farmers who plan to sell hogs SEE ME IN '
mally 95 to 105 degrees tempera- need to know about this now. All 63 FOR ALL YOUR "The WINNER"

l ture is recommended. If there is farmers are urged to attend this BUILDING NEEDS
65 Feet Long
a lot of moisture in the tobaccoor meet.
I immediately after a rain coloring The June meeting will be held PAINT, PLYWOOD; ROOFING ETC. 18 Feet Wide
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t the tobacco with open ven- on June 13 instead of June 20. PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe Coast Guard Inspected
tilation is recommended. This is This is the second Thursday rather Lounge room & Snack bar
Make .
All
also true if there is a lot of angu- than.the usual third Thursday. Aluminum Screens To Order Leaves Taylor's Dock at

ir Y: lar leaf spot present in the to- The meeting will begin with a 7:30 a.m.
UNTIL YOU SEE COMET AT bacco. Also coloring at 105 degrees tour of the various crops being Builders Returns 5 to 6p.m.

:1 with open vents seems to be grown at the Experiment Station.All Langford SupplyEast

:( YOUR MERCURYDEALER'S better fo rthis type of tobacco. farmers are especially invited Helvenston Street Phone S62d873LIVE '
10. Store tobacco in a pack to be present and make this OAK. FLORIDA $5.00 per Person
i house that is dry and then turnor tour with us. A lot of farmers are $1.00 for Rod & Reel

: check tobacco regularly. not realizing all of the benefits

t >. .. 11. Offer the best tobacco pos- they should from the work being
done at the Station.A Trips open to individualsSat.
sible to the buyers.
i CENTRAL _HEATAIRCONDITIONING ., Sun. and Holidaysfor
chicken will be
:12. Whenever. 'the grader Is pilau supper
:' grading your tobacco be present served when the tour is over. ENGINEERSFOR
I.JID4 : and find out what is wrong with LP OR NATURAL GAS charter Mon., Tues.,

your tobacco and work toward SOCIAL SECURITY TAX We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw Wed., Thurs. & Fri.

The compact with fine-car styling: and best resale value record! correcting that in the future. 'During the 1937-49 period, ,the blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs,
: We believe that if the above maximum Social Security tax paid for LP and Natural Gas.
VISIT guidance is followed our farmers by an employee We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the Phone:_ Cross City
was $30 one
RA TUFF MOTOR!' COMPANYE. will receive a better price for the per cent on the first $3,000'of customer prefers.
te SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
Howard St. Phone 362-1112 tobacco and as a result,. a highernet pay. The current tax is .$174 : HY 8-3423

income for the family. 3.5/8 per cent on the first $4- W. C. COPELAND JR. .
800. The 1968 tax will be $222 ,
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BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS I Features 'Apple Blossom' Theme ;: : : i

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c Philpot Sets State Chandler Installed President the school cafeteria, Friday night, May 10. The theme \
for the banquet was "In Apple Blossom Time," the color at _
+ 880 Track RecordDon scheme was pink and white.
Branford P-TA Meets Committees
Philpot flashed across An apple tree covered_with blossoms was placed in
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I On.School.Saturdays To Rev. and Mrs. J. Marvin Odom of O'Brien, announce the engagement -
High School will
and approaching marriage of their daughter Linda Gae
on Saturday May 18
to Gerald Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Estil Collins of Jacksonville.The .
i 25, Principal A. Perry
announced this week. wedding will be an event of Sunday, June thirtieth at
explained that recent two-thirty in the afternoon in Burlington Church of Christ
holidays make this near Branford.No .
necessary in order for invitations will be sent but all friends and relatives of the
term to end on the couple are invited to attend both the wedding and reception
closing dates.
i, operating the school on
I, the Branford
will be able to SPRING CLEARANCE
and gradua
the dates as scheduled",
said. PAINT SPECIALS
is set for Sun-
; 26, and graduation Up To 50% Off
May 30, Geiger said.

dismissed that at 1:18 school p.m. THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
c Saturdays, and the
will be in operation 423 N.W. Howard St.
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!i 'h pn J.----.i. J!' Miss Barbara Ann Ross Garden Club To Miss Mary Louise Robinson (
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The Live Oak Garden Club
: al' oL Inc., will hold a general and

WOMEN last meeting of the year, Fri-
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day morning at 9 a.m. at the
Ellaville State Park with the
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Azalea Circle as hostess for a
4 CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor breakfast.

Sirs. George Allen, president,
urges all members to attend ., ,
_ Local Club Hosts For District Meet this meeting as there will be

The Live Oak Garden Club Perry on October 31 and the next an election and installation of
: Inc., were hosts to the Presidents spring conference would be held officers
Conference of District Three last In Madison April 23, 1964. 1 !
'I Thursday, at the First Methodist Out of the eight Garden Clubsin .
Church. Prior to the meeting coffee the district the following were Webbs HonoredOn a !
was served in the lower audi- represented. Carrabelle. Tallahassee t
torium C. Madison SundayMr. '. wA, :ice
of the church by Mrs. Perry Monticello

II/I O. Palmer, Mrs. Frank Williams, and the host club, Live Oak. : and Mrs. J. E. Webb of Rt. .
j and Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes. Following the meeting a lunch- 5 were honored with a dinner at '.r \
l Mrs. J. C. Bannennan, director eon was served at the Garden their home Sunday. May 12. The '
I of district three. opened the Center by Mrs. W. M. Jernigan dinner was served buffet style on
4 meeting and the invocation was Mrs. M. H. Hingson. :Mrs. E. N. the lawn and pictures were madeof
given by the Rev. Spivey Brab- Butler Mrs. W. H. Parramore the group. .
ham with the welcome address Mrs. Wyman Harvard and Mrs. All seven of Mr. and Mrs. Webbs

given by the local president Mrs. Bixler Clayton. children were present and these
George Allen. Flowers for the luncheon tables included Mr. and Mrs. Olen Webbof b
'' The theme for the year as announced were grown by John Castleberry. Yr Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
r by Mrs. Bannerman was arranged by Mrs. Castleberry and 'Y.' Herbert Webb and children Robert -
I "Gardening Together". Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr. The other Patricia Linda and Paul: Mr. and Mrs. Horace Davis of Route Four, Live Oak, announcethe
Mrs. Frank W. Hewlett of Miami floral designs were made by Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilkersonand engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Miss

4 newly elected president of O'Donald Hatch and Mrs. Jack children Gregory, Stanley Mary Louise Robinson, to James Malcolm Brown, son of Mr. and

the Florida Federation of Garden White. Myra and Katrina; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Brown, Route Five, Live Oak.

Clubs was the first speaker. She ...U James Bryant and daughters lin- Miss Robinson graduates this year from Snwannee High School
announced that the state head- da and Joan; Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Brown graduated from Suwannee High School in 1961.
quarters in Winter Park were Rykert-Shuff Wayne Lee and children Edna
Wedding plans will be announced at a later date.
completed. She said in her talk Jerry. Terry and Lynette; Mr.

to plan your planting for at least EngagementThe Air. and Airs. Phil Ross announce the engagement and approaching and Mrs. Dewey Rogers and children -
two Plant trees for Miss Fran- Darrell Kay. Vickie Wesley -
years. quality engagement of
marriage of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Roger Weinhold,
entire state beautification plan a ces Arlene Shuff. daughter of and Cindy; Mr. and Mrs. A. A Today
son of Mr. and Airs. Carlyle Weinhold of Adell Wis.
living Christmas tree as a district Mrs. John Winfred Shuff and G. Fennell and children. Ray and By BRODY 0. HARRIS
The wedding will be an event of June ninth at the home of the
project or as an individual club. the late Commander John Win- Marilyn; and Robert Barnett. Mr.
"Master Planning Together"was fred Shuff Jr.. to LieutenantJ.g. bride's parents with a reception following the ceremony.No ; and Mrs. O. T. Wade were after-
the theme of Mrs. Charles H. ( .) Harvey William Rykert son invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives of the noon guests. "What greater or better gift can we offer n::"
Blanchard of Pensacola and first of :Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Harlow couple are invited to attend the wedding and reception. republic than to teach and instruct our youth .

vice president. Mrs. Carroll O. Rykert, of Howard City, Mich., is different countries around the I
Griffin second vice president of announced by Miss Shuff's mother. world. There has been so much said and written r--
Jacksonville Beach spoke of "Pro- Live Oak MYF. Hosts Banquet In BranfordThe garding learning that it seems redundant to adi
One of the highlights of the
MYF Guiding Star sub- The installation of officers was more. There can be little doubt in many mind
gram Planning Together" and Miss Shuff is the granddaughter -
evening was the dessert course of that the need be
for
urgent as may today trainee
Mrs. Herbert A. Finch of :Miami of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Town- district annual banquet was held performed by the Rev. Warren pie served topped with flags of and learned minds, it will be greater tomorrow
Beach and corresponding secre- send Sr. of Live Oak.A Monday evening at seven o'clockat Wasson from Grace Methodist
foreign countries. a Perhaps it was ever thus; the above quotation daf j z
tary talked on "Gathering Information June 14 wedding has been the Methodist Church in Bran- Church of Perry. back many centuries to Cicero.

Together". I planned by the couple at All ford.The The MYF of the Year award
It was announced that the dis- I Saints Chapel Naval Air Station theme of the- banquet was was presented to the Lee Metho- USE
trict meeting would be held In J acksonv1lle.Let's "MYF Around The World" with dist Church and the Monticello
the decorations and the menu Methodist Church was the run- FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
carrying out this theme. ner-up. FUCO
Make It A Date At- The speaker's table was cen- The MYF benediction was given Suwannee County Residents

Parker's Drive In tered with an arrangement of by Carlisle Ragan. Brand
It's the Easter lilies pink roses and petunias The Live Oak MYF were hostsat
perfect spot to eat no
long waiting drive up and l holding a white cross the banquet with the food being SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME
served directly to you in your car. /1 bound in white satin. prepared and served by the InsecticideFOR
Wonderful menu to choose from. V'J Sprays of ivy were placed down members under the direction of BRODY C. HARRIS
Open from 11 a.m. to 11 """ the length of the other tables
p.m. except \ the counselors. Mr. and Mrs.
Licensed Funeral Director
Fridays and Saturdays we \ and map cut outs of foreign coun- ,
are open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. tries were used at intervals along Wayne Those Pittman.serving at the banquetwere BEST RESULTS 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746
BIGGEST DRINK IN TOWN! the tables. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
GIANT 24 OZ. COKES dressed in costumes of the
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The invocation was given by the ,
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Holmes Live Oak president gave
IOc 15c 40c .' IUHe
1 the welcome.
/, PIT BARBECUE \ John Douthat led the group in
+ BROASTED CHICKEN STEAKS singing songs from foreign coun-
DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH tries. .
ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES "
Carlisle Ragan, sub-district
i' ICE CREAM
i president introduced special
Parker's Drive In guests and the speaker. Miss MaryL. "

JASPER HIGHWAY Whitlock deaconness from
Vashti School Thomasville Ga.

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1It''' : Beachville LIVESTOCK Resolution I McMillan Picked For Air PoliceAirman I Suwannee MenuMay


WHEREAS the Board of County -. Jimmy E. McMillan son 16 through May 22

REPORTBy Commissioners of Suwannee of Mr. and Mrs. Oleta G. McMil- I I TIIURSDAYHam
Rev. Marvin Odom filled his H.Tidwell Sunday. They were accompanied '
County Florida has taken cognizance lan of Rt. 3. Live Oak, has been -,
Mrs.
and
J appointment at the Mikesville Advent home by Mr.
FLORIDA STATE of a certain presentment of selected for technical training as Whole Kernel Corn
daughter -
Christian Church Sunday. Otto Townsend and baby
BUREAU
MARKETING empanelled as air policeman at Lackland Cabbage/Pineapple Salad
i the Grand Jury an
who will visit them
The Beachville W. H. & F. M. Marinelle
the Grand Jury for the regular AFB TeLAirman Peanut Butter/J Uy SIMM, .
met at the church Friday afternoon this week.
and Cattle and calf trading at the Spring Term of the Circuit Courtof McMillan who enlisted i Brownies
The is small but we Mr. and Mrs. Bill Geiger
group Tucker and Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- the Third Judicial Circuit of in the Air Force a short time ago Bread Butter Ilk
have good meetings with the daughter Mrs. Betty ,
ket Wednesday May 8, dropped Florida in and for Suwannee has just completed his basic military FRIDAY
president Mrs. Willie Odom in three sons all of Miami spent
charge. Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. slightly to 122 sold compared with County Florida with regard to the training here. Assorted Cold Cote
141 at the previous sale while hog use of certain county road equip- The airman is a 1962 graduateof Potato Sticks
Willie Beach. They journeyed on
Mrs. J. J. Bronson of Clermontand
fell from 546 to 305. ment andWHEREAS Suwannee High School. Mixed Vegetables
trading
will visit ; ct
Ervin Beach of Haines City to Texas where they .1
George C-..Avery of the Florida the Board of Frozen Juice Bar .
visited their parents Mr. and their son and brother Billy Geiger -
State Marketing Bureau reportedthat County Commissioners aforesaidare Bread Butter lit.,
t Mrs. T. F. Beach a few days last and family. ResolutionWHEREAS
week. We are sorry that Mrs. Rev. F. E. Day will fill his appointment trading was active with de-" now and have always been ..aJIMMY ,'. MONDAY
here Sunday at 10( ajn. mand good for all classes, particularly keenly aware of all matters and ,: f Spaghetti .
Beach continues seriously ill.
thin lightweight well- things affecting the public inter- the Board of Coun- ". Slaw
Mrs.. Watts and Mr. and Mrs. and 7:30 pjn. Come and worship \, \ '
of Suwannee \ I
Commissioners
with colored stockers. This resulted in est and are deeply grateful for ty '' Fruit .
Connell of Lanette Ala., were us.Scouts U wide price ranges and wide price the interest expressed by the pub- County Florida has taken cog- ""'.- ".,.v.,. : ....... Chocolate Cake
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Terry -
overlaps he said. lic generally in such matters and nizance of a certain presentmentof E. MCMILLAN Bread But&TUESDAY<< Mtfc
1 few last week and Mrs.
a days
1 Set Parents Avery noted that all classes particularly the interest expressed the Grand Jury empanelled as
Watts stayed on for a longer visit. the for the regular
Court were few in one or both weeks except by the recent Grand Jury; !and Grand Jury extent under the supervision and Peppered Steaks
Bennie Glenn U.S.A.F., with Night Honor.
Spring Term of the Circuit Courtof
which Board Rice & Gravy
slaughter cows were WHEREAS, the of Coun-
1 direction of the individual mem-
Mrs. Glenn and two sons of CalN Parents Night and a Court of
..., the Third Judicial Circuit of Steamed
weak and stocker calves which Commissioners aforesaid have Cabbage
ty bers of the Com-
Board of County
fornia visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Honor will be held in Bates Hall Florida in and for Suwannee
', were strong to two dollars higher. this day adopted a renewed determination missioners. Fruit/Cookies
Odom and other relatives here of St. Luke's Episcopal Churchfor
County. Florida with regard to a Butter Milt
Feeder-stockers made up 79 per to better serve the Dated this the 7th day of May Bread
last week. Boy Scout Troop 368 at 7 pjn. recommendation for the consoli-
cent of the run while calves were public interest by a stronger spirit 1963. WEDNESDAYHot
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bronson
.1 Monday May 20.
dation of the office of Attorneyfor
45 per cent of the total Avery of internal cooperation and Dogs
; and son of Clermont and Mrs. The is expected to last
program have directed the superintendentof the County Commissioners; Laure B. Roberson TurnipsBaked
Betty Deal and daughter of about an hour and Coca-Colas will said.A few utility and standard the county road system to cease Attorney for the School Board and Chairman, Board of BeansCinnamon
r Groveland visited Mr. and Mrs. T. be served by the Scouts to parentsand Prosecuting Attorney In the Coun- County CommissionersLamar BunsBreadBuns
steers brought $16.50-$20.75 per any and all further and other
F. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. W. guests. for Su- ,
ty Judges Court in and
Hancock Butter MOle
hundred heifer which
pounds. One good practice or practices may
H. Tidwell last week end. The Cobra, Eagle and Apache wannee County. Florida and mak- Bill G. Bonds
sold for $21.50 and highutilityand I be considered detrimental to the
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach and Patrols will each have part on the I ing the same an elective posi- Curtis G. Humphries
standard heifers brought $19- public interest and a letter to that
grandson Gary Beach and F. E. program. $20.75. effect has this day been forwarded tion; andWHEREAS Marvin E. Home LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
Terry were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Two Scouts are expected to receive the Board of Coun- Members
Utility cows sold from $14.50- to the said superintendent of
;y Bill Bartley of Newberry Sunday., Star awards and several ty Commissioners have taken due
cutters the county road system contain-
$16.75 brought $13.25-
I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dick and are expected to receive Merit Bad- and careful consideration thereof ATTEST: Small or Large Areas
$14.75 and a few canners traded ing the following words and fig-
daughter Debbie of Tallahasseewere ges. The Star rank in Scouting and have concluded that such a Lavaughn A. Sessions
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.. is well on the road toward Eagle from $11-$11.75. Cutter and utili- ures: recommendation would not be appropriate Clerk CALL
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ty bulls sold from $14.75$17.50.Slaughter
the highest award. These Scouts
FEET ACHE ITCH? I calves were absent Hon. Frank Brookins ; andWHEREAS .. 17 H. G. TURNERNight
will be the first to receive the
the Com-
M of all your bones are in the feet. No from the run.Medium County Road Superintendent County FOR THE FRESHEST
I wonder they ache swell perspire itch. Star award in Troop 368. 108 S. Walker missioners aforesaid hold the impression SEAFOODS 963-2751
feeder-stocker steers Avenue-
Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L Sola
The troop particularly appreciates that conflict of inter- 963-2373
tion for relief of the (2 66 a Day
bones joint mostly yearlings brought $17.25- Live Oak Florida Mack's Fish Market
plus ligaments. Curbs athlete's foot, toe the help of Charles Pulley of est may well arise from time to : or writeP.
(sloughs off infection watch health the Recreation Department and $22.50; inferior and common Pine Ave. ,
time which be inconsistentone
skin replace it) or your 48e back at any stocker steers brought $12-$15.75. Dear Mr. Brookins: may 1 Freshness and Quality Assured ; O. Box 475
drug store if not pleased IN ONE HOUR. many other Merit Badge coun- with the other; and
TODAY at LIVE OAK DRUG CO.; sellors who have assisted with this Medium heifers brought $18.25- WHEREAS it is the feeling of Phone 362-1650 WELLBORN, FLORIDA
KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper; and WISE'S $2125 and commons brought $14- You are hereby authorized ordered ---
DRUG in Jasper program. the County Commissioners afore-
and directed to cease any
$18.Medium said that the attorney for the
cows sold from $14.75- and all use of county road equip-
Board of Commissioners
County
Y $18 commons brought $13-$15.75, ment on private property in any
should and must be to great
a
f and one inferior cow-calf pair manner whatsoever except in
IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
sold for $16.75.Medium those situations of national em-

and good calves weigh- ergency: or other catastrophe.You .
'j SYSTEMS ing between 250-500 pounds are hereby further order- :.r Veneer-One or Two Baths.

INSTALLED & FINANCED brought $19.50-$25, commons sold ed and directed to advise and

from $17-$22.75, and a few inferiors direct that all personnel under FHA or CONVENTIONAL

J) DISTRIBUTORS FOR: brought $12-$17.75. Medi- your supervision be governed bs Financing

and good calves weighing between this directive.
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS um p + '
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
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Very
150-250 pounds brought truly yours,
CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. $25.75$27.25.1th commons s/ Chairman Board of k Subdivision.
Located In
Edgewood
County CommissionersNOW
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS bringing $20$24.75.Hog
Sales SELECT YOURS NOW
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE Mixed grades of 180-210 pound THEREFORE be it re

RACE AND RACE AND barrows and gilts sold for $14.40 solved by the Board of County Contact

per hundred pounds 210-240 Commissioners of Suwa n neE. almost EVERYONE

SURE RANE FITTINGS pounds $14.10 240-270 pounds County. Florida that a closer scru- W. G. MULLINSPhone

absent 160-180 pounds $14.35 tiny and greater degree of super- NEEDS
PLAN NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE 140-160 pounds $13.50 120-140 vision shall be henceforth observ

IRRIGATION NEEDS pounds $12.85 100-120 pounds ed as to the activities and use ol f LIABILITY INSURANCE 362-2057

$12.85 and 80-100 pounds $12.30. county equipment and machine A guest injured in your home

s ESTIMATES GIVEN Most sows weighing between and that the same be, in no circumstance could sue! And if you can't

GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY 180-400 pounds brought $12.55- used for the purpostof afford to pay up to $50.000.you'd ,
-I $13.05; ,,400-500 pounds brought improvement of private prop- .
better We'llarrange
see us today.
$11.50. Boars sold for $7.
One lot of choice feeder-pigs erty.This the 7th day of May. 1963, a program of adequate SAFETY

HACKNEY BROTHERS weighing under 60 pounds brought Laure B. Roberson liability protection for you that NeE

$14. Medium and good feeder pigs Chairman Board of will cost only a few dollars a PERfORMA

'? Phone 752-3161 i weighing between 60-135 pounds County Commissioners year.

LAKE CITY, FLORIDA brought $11.75-$14.75. mostly $13 Lamar HancockBill

and up.From. G. Bonds TOWNSEND
DURABILITY
U Curtis G. Humphries -
FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. Insurance AgencyArlie
1900 to 1955 annual pro- Marvin E. Home

duction of steel ingots and steel Members
4 Phone FO 2-2571 for castings in America rose from ATTEST: K. Townsend You gef'em all Jf

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA just over 11 million to 117 million Lavaughn A. Sessions Maurice, R. Schofield

tons. Clerk 362-1104 in theSNAPPER
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Mrs\ Barnett 48 Men's Club To Host PersonalsMr. WMU Celebrates and set a new record for mem- Wen as confessed by yon. notified that Ja *b E. BUnton and
bership at 124. Done and ordered in Lire Oak Florida his wife Jewell P. Biaat**. fifed their
High School AthletesThe 75th this 2>th day of April. A. D. 196J.LaTaoghn sworn Complatat ra the Cfrcvit Court of
AnniversaryThe In new business. R. M. Chandler A. Sessions Suwannee County Florida against you
Funeral Services Branford Area Men's and Mrs. Edward Dorsett W.M.U. of the First Bap- was installed president of the Clerk of Circuit Court and each of you as Defendants seekingto
Suwannee County Florida quiet the title of the Plaintiffs to the
Club will play host to the and family of Melbourne were tist Church was honored with a P-TA for the coming year. Other (SEAL) above described :real property located 111
1 Funeral services for Mrs. Clovia Branford High School athletes visiting friends and relatives over tea held in the Baptist Annex new officers included Mrs. By: Geraldine :M. Gamble, D.C. Suwannee County, Florida.
Pearl Saturday Friday at 8 pjn. in the school Saturday from 3 to 5 o'clock. 62-3 You are farther hereby notified that
48
Barnett were held the week end. Leon Hatch vice president; Mrs. the return day of this Notice to Defendis
at 3 p.m. from the Union cafeteria. Mrs. L. A. Sims had as out of The occasion was to celebratethe Jeanette Roberts secretary; Mrs IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY.COUNTY May 25. 1966. and you shall on said
JUDGE. SUWANNEE
Baptist Church four miles east of This win be a first for the town guests over the week end 75th Anniversary of the Juanita Fletcher treasurer. The FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN upon date serve Alfred a T.copy Afrth.of your Attorney defense for if Plaintiffs any-

O'Brien with the Rev. W. H. Grayof Men's Club which was formed Mr. and Mrs. Brantley Sims and W.M.U. and 50th Anniversary of officers were installed by Mrs. T. RE: TIle Estate of whose address is P. O. Box 427

Live Oak officiating Intermentwas last year. All members are urgedto family of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. the G.A.'s. J. Fletcher Jr.. past president.It SERENER P.Deceased.HARRELL :MIZELL Live thereafter Oak,file Florida the original and of immediately same i"

in the family plot in the ad- attend this dinner. Allen Cribbs and family of Toc- The refreshment table was cov- was announced that school T. AH Creditor. and P TM U Having the office of the Clerk of the Circuit;

joining cemetery.Mrs. Fifty-five students of Bran- coa Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Leon ered with a green cloth and over- would be held on Saturday. May Claims You and or Demands each of you Against are hereby Said Estate notified -: wise Court a of Decree the above Pro Co4fe styled.o Court will;be other entered

Barnett passed away ford High have qualified to attend Sims and family of Gainesville. laid with white net. An arrange- 18 and May 25 for four periods and required to present any claims against you.

Thursday May 9. in the Suwan- and all sports will be hon- Mrs. Sims had all seven of her ment of lavender yellow, and and dismissed at 1:21 pan. due and you demands may have which against yon the or estate either of of WITNESS Judges of one the of Third the Honorable Judicial CIrcuit Circuit --

I nee County Hospital after a brief ored. children together for Mother's white seasonal flowers was placed to the fact that two days of school Serener P. Barrell Mizell. deceased late of Florida, as well as the Clerk "t
illness. on one end of the table with the were missed caused by the fire of Suwannee said County County to Florida the County at his Judge officein of of the April.Circuit 19.61.Curt all oa the 11th day:

d Born in Suwannee County she Day.Dr.. Thomas Philpot of Gainesville punch bowl on the other end. A which destroyed the Agricultural the court house of said County at LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS

had lived here all her life until Mrs Murray Honored'With visited relatives here over lavender and white flower arrangement Building. UTe months Oak.from Florida the time within of the six first calendar pub- Clerk of Circuit Cow ty.CawrtSuwaanee Florida

,, making her residence in Gainesville the week end. was, placed on the pi- Graham Owen commended the lication of this notice. Each claim or By GertUfee M. Gamble.
Surprise Party demand shall be in writing', and shall
t in 1959. She was a member honored Dr. and Mrs. John Philpot of ano.Music principal and faculty in the way state the place of residence and post 60-1 D.C.
t Glen Murray
Mrs. was
of the Union Baptist Church. i Jacksonville visited relatives here was furnished by Suz- the building was emptied of students office address of the claimant and shall 'I'
with a surprise birthday party be sworn to by the claimant their agent IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Survivors include her husband anne Murray.Peggy Fletcher
afternoon.Mr. and the it handled.
and house warming. Thursday Sunday way was or attorney and any such claimor IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY,
Leon Barnett. Gainesville; one and Mrs. R. E. Hatch hadas Floria Slocum and Mrs. Robert Room count was won by the demand not so filed shall be Toid. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN .
I daughter Mrs. Annette Land, night. May 9, at her new homeon Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher. Austin Barrel. RE: The Estate of =
Lake City road. Sunday guests, 3rd 9th. and 12th grades. A sup- As administrator of the Estate of ANNIE LAURIE LONG.
I Branford; one son. L. L. Barnett. the Walter E. Long and Mr. and Mrs. Guests called during the after- per was served after the meetingby Serener P. Harrell Mud, cI.ee.sH Deceased
1 O'Brien; two sisters Mrs. George Seventeen friends were present Robert Hatch and family all of noon. The G.A.s assisted with the the Hostess Committee Mrs. 52-3 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
enjoyed visiting and All creditors of the Estate of Annie>.
ti Barns of Tampa and Mrs. Verdie and everyone Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. Palmer tea. Cake punch, and nut cups Ruby Smith chairman Mrs. L. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Laurie Long, deceased, are hereby notified .
Barnett of O'Brien;; five brothers singing together. Cake, punch, Daughtry and family of Lake were served. C. Davis Mrs. Claude Johnson, JUDGE FLORIDA. SUWANNEE IN PROBATE.COUNTY, and required to file say claims cr
Mur- demand
served. Mrs. which
they have
Rev. Sim P. Howell and Tal- and nuts were City Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch Out of town guests were Mrs. Mrs. T. L. Dorsett, and Miss IN RE: Estate of said estate in the office may of the against Count
mage Howell both of O'Brien, ray received many lovely gifts and family Mrs. Lois Williams W. H. Anderson of O'Brien Mrs.C. Cathy Chandler. DEWEY D. NORTH Judge of Sawaanee County. Florida in
that she will be able to use in Deceased. the Court House at Live
Oak Florida
? Percy and Elvis Howell both of Colin Williams and Mrs. MinnieL C. Black of Gainesville, Mrs. To All Creditors and Persons Marine within six (6) calendar months from the
Jacksonville and Phonsie Howell her new home. The party was .Philpot all of Branford.Lt. G. F. Victor of Columbia S. C., Claims or Demand Against Said Estate: date of the first publication of this

cf Norfolk Va. Three grandchildren given by friends.. and Mrs. Charles D. Wil- and Mrs. Allen Cribbs of Toccoa PUBLIC NOTICESIN fied You and and required each of to yon present are hereby any claims noti- notice.filed in Each duplicate demand in writing or claim and must mint be

i survives. liams Jr. and son of Columbus and demands which you or either of I. state the place of residence and POll
THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD you. may hare against the estate of
office address of the claimant
1 Active pallbearers were Norvel Bridge Club MeetsMrs. Ga., spent the week end here JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Dewey D. North deceased late of said be sworn to by the ekiasaut. his and agentor must.
Truluck Robert Barnett Jr., Wilson host visiting Mrs. Lois Williams, Mr. No.1 SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA. County to the County Judge of Suwannee his attorney or it will become \oid
W. B .Thomas
was JACK HOOD County, Florida at his office in the according to law.
Suggs Harry Wells Billy Ray to her bridge club Wednesday and Mrs. Fred Jones, and other day was 341.6 with a per cent Plaintiff court house of said County at Lire Oak. GEORGE L. LONGAdministrator

Hill T. J. Haynes and Vonde- afternoon, May 8. Seasonal flowers relatives. Mrs. Williams and son participation of 82.6. Days servedto ALYNE HOOD-vs-, from Florida the, within time of six the calendar first publicationof months 60-1

t Ion Walker. were used to decorate with remained over for a longer visit. the date of this report total Defendant. this notice. Each claim or demand

Honorary pallbearers were an arrangement of yellow and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas 158, Geiger concluded.Accomplishments ALYNE HOOD NOTICETO shall place be of in residence writing and and post shall office state address the-

Broward Truluck J. N. Barnett, white mixed flower placed ,on the had as week end guests Mr. and for the year : Address Unknown.You of the claimant and shall be QRESCRIPTIONSY
I Perry Davis Jesse Smith Truby television. Mrs. Paul Gresham and familyof included securing a flag for the are hereby notified that a Com- worn to by the claimant, their agent,
I I plaint for Divorce has been filed again or attorney and any such claim or de-
Lee and Melvin Lee. Playing bridge were Mrs. R. G. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. auditorium from the Woodmenof you and yon are required to serve a copy mand not co filed shall be roid.

Daniels Funeral Home of Branford Griffith, Mrs. W. S. Ware Mrs.S. Charles Thomas and son of Gain- the World, acquiring play- of the your Complaint answer on or the other Plaintiff pleadings Attorney to- As Grace administrator:M. North, of the Estate of

t was in charge of arrangements L. Townsend Mrs. A. Jack esville. ground equipment for the lower G. A. Buie Jr., Lake City. Florida.and Dewey D. North deceased.
Phillips Mrs. Tom Minter Mrs. Miss Loy Ann Cribbs of Jack- grades helping promote a suc- file the original answer or other 52-3
in the office of the Clerk of
W. R. Hill and Mrs. Fred Jones. sonville spent the week end here cessful Halloween Carnival secur- the pleadings Circuit Court on or before the Uth IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD

Methodist Church High scorer was Mrs. Phillips. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ing silverware bowls spoons and day of :May 1963. If yon fail to do so. JUDICIAL SUWANNEE CIRCUIT COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA.FOR
judgment by default will be taken against
Mrs. Thomas served her guests Lloyd Cribbs and family.Mr. works for the lunch room donat- yon for the relief demanded in the IN CHANCERY. e

Plans Homecoming sandwiches, potato chips and and Mrs. A. R. Hatch and ing $10 to the Community Christ- Complaint. Oak. JACOB JEWELL E.P.BLANTON BLANTON and his wife.
DONE and ORDERED at Live
The Branford Methodist Church Cokes. family spent the week end in mas Program.In Florida this 20th day of April 1965 Plaintiffs
this week announced plans for its Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Hatch's addition the P-TA collected LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS J. T. G. Vs.
CRAWFORD
and FRANCIS
I annual homecoming set for Sunday Set parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey $41.53 for the Mother's March of Clerk Suwannee of Circuit County.Court Florida IRSCH and HENRY E. ELLIS, Trustees,

May 19. Homecoming, Sing Harris and other relatives.Mr. Dimes purchased remedial books By: Lavaughn A. Sessions NOTICE TO Defendants.

Rev. W. L. Windsor a former At Magnolia BaptistRev. and Mrs. Tommie Minter and a set of the Book of Know- -Circuit Court Clerk.Seal) THE STATE OP FLORIDA DEFEND TO:

pastor will be the guest speaker. J. E. Norman pastor of were business visitors in Gainesville ledge for the school held the first G. A. BUIE. JR. I said Francis Inch and Henry E. Ellis if REMEMBERWhen
Defendants
I are living and if said
Sunday School will begin at 10 the First Magnolia Baptist Friday. in a series of Teacher Appreciation Columbia City,County Florida CourthouseLake 'Defendants are deceased the unknown Your Doctor Prescribes

a.m. followed by morning worship Church announces that the an- Miss Hilda Jones of FJS.U. spent Days, finished a Civil De- Attorney for Plaintiff tors spouses or heirs other devisees grantees, credi- Your

services. Afterwards, a dinner-on. nual homecoming services will be the week end at home with her fense class on April 29, helped to 60-1 through under or parties against claiming such deceased by, PRESCRIPTIONIs

the-grounds will be served in the held Sunday May 26, with services parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones beautify the school grounds, senta IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Defendants if alive and if dead their
unknown
C. Howell Fletcher Educational and other relatives.Mr. delegate to the convention in THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF heirs devisees, legatees or In Good Hands At
at 11:30 a.m. and dinnerat FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN- grantees; and all parties having or
Building. 1 p.m. followed by an afternoon and Mrs. D. G. Borom hadas Panama City offered "Operation NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY claiming in to the have any right, title or Interest HUNTER

Members and their families are [ sing. Everyone is invited to Sunday guests Mrs. Borom's Alphabet" to functionally illiterate CHARLES E. LUCK DIVORCE to-wit: property herein described,

Invited. attend and bring all singers. mother Mrs. L. P. Murphy Sr. citizens in the community, Plaintiff The NEU of the SE% and the REXALL DRUGSJOHN
S% of SEA 4 of Section U,
of Coolidge. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. "
Township 4
DONNA S. LUCK South. Range IS East; BIDS, Pharmacist
M. F. Megahee of Alachua Dr. You and each
Defendant of you are hereby sev-
s Mrs. W. C. Bradley had as her
and Mrs. L. P. Murphy Jr. and TO: Donna S. Luck, whose last known
1 1 guests Mother's Day all of her address resident or residence is -
daughters of Tampa, Lewis Mur- family which included Mr. and 9711 :Main Street Damacus, :Mary
phy of Tampa Miss Kay John- land.
Mrs. Howard Touchton and family notified that Com-
TTTT11T You are hereby a
son of Ocala Mrs. A. L. Whiteof
has been filed In
Divorce
,Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Touch- plaint for a
Thomasville, Mr. and Mrs. the above named Court and you are
L1Lfl1WI I4 3tis ton and family and Bobby and required to serve a copy of your Answer
Turner of Moultrie Ga. and
,
Wilbur Touchton, all of Jackson- or Pleading to the Complaint upon the
&r. and Mrs. C. C. Baker and Plaintiffs: Attorney Wm. Randall
family of ville: her mother Mrs. Mittie Slaughter, P. O. Box 608, Live Oak,
Ga.
Coolidge. The
4 occasion Hall; and Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Florida, and file the original in the
was a Murphy reunion and office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Peterson and Mr. Mrs. Rudolph LIVE OAK
and FLORIDA
all of Mrs. Borom's brothers and Suwannee County. Florida on or before
Touchton and family of the 31st day of :May A. D. 1963 if you Phone 362-3111
sisters were present.L. Branford. care to contest the same, otherwise the Adults 50c Children 20c
A. Lynch Sr. of Columbus I allegations of the Complaint will be Tax! Included

Ga., is visiting his brother and BOX OFFICE OPENS

sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Monday Through Friday 3:15

Lynch Sr, this week. Saturday 12:45
Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
Mr. and Mrs.
Tommie Dorsett
Prices On This Fine Car Are and Miss Mary Marilyn Coffin of FOR SALE

St. Cloud. spent the week end THURSDAY-FRIDAY MAY 16-17

Lower Than You'd ExpectVISIT here visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Dorsett and son Alfred. They y I EARLY INDIGO

also visited Mr. and Mrs. E. E. TAB HUNTER FRANKIE AVALON

Mansfield Jr. in Tallahassee Sat-
urday. InOPERATION

RA TUFF MOTOR COMPANYE. Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch ASC PURCHASE ORDERS

HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-1112 were Monday.business visitors in Jacksonville BIKINIAlso

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