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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 23, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 ,- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 2
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Giant Oak Limb Crushes Compact Car Jacksonville Man


: : d .4. Speeds To Death School Board Hears



1 In Auto Mishap] P-TA

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1 Survey Report
A Jacksonville man sped to
1 death on West U. S. 90 near here

1"H Saturday when lu> 1960 Falcon
station wagon careened out of DiscussesReAccreditation
control into a ditch overturned Radford Sworn In Regular Army Group

twice, and crashed into a utility

pole.The P ,
victim was identified as

James Ollan Watson, 60, a retired Bond
' ..AY S l', chief petty officer. Program
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Florida Highway Patrol Trooper v. :: :
Representatives of the
I Jimmy E. Love, an eyewitnessto
400-member Live Oak Pa-
the accident, was in pursuitof ,
rent-Teachers Association
Watson when the mishap oc-
L A.F curred. Love said Watson's vehicle submitted a detailed and

veered out of control when complete report on the

he attempted to pass another car school plant to the Board of

at a high rate of speed estimatedat Public Instruction Saturdayand
80 miles per hour. urged that action be

The trooper said the station taken to correct the present

wagon ran off Highway 90 on the situation and assure re-ac-
A huge limb from an Oak tree behind Frank tion Credit Association, eyes the mishap in mute south side and veered across the creditation.The .

Haddon's Texaco Service Station last week broke disbelief. "I had only been out of the car about highway where it skidded down report, which representedthe

and smashed an Opel owned by J. W. Mitchell of 10 minutes to go to the bank when they told me the shoulder on the north side combined efforts of 10 survey

Rt 3, Jasper. Mitchell, a director in the Producwhat had happened," Mitchell exclaimed. until it began to roll. commutes for over six month,
Love said he in close
was pur- Y.W
pointed out conditions that present -
w5.e
suit when Watson was thrown F}
acute danger to Suwannee
Credits County Board clear of the spinning vehicle,
Robert Brown Sr. High School's being accredited by
crashed into the utility pole the the Southern Association of
car hit, and flew 22 feet from
Airs Visitor Letters Schools this fall.
Mayor 87 County Native the impact where he came to rest "The physical facilities of the

face down. ....
school present two problems a
Underscores City's ProgressMayor Funeral ServicesFuneral "It was like a nightmare seeing short range problem and a long-
him go through the air like that," range problem," the report said.

: J. Marvin Phillips read a series of letters from services for Robert R. Love said. "At first I thought the "The short range problem is

visitors impressed with Live Oak to Kiwanians last week Brown Sr., a native of Suwannee body Love was said a he piece met of Watson's luggage." one of re-accreditation. We have
and underscored the cooperation between local officialsin vehicle heard opinions that this is not a
County, were conducted Mondayat near Mott Buick Company.He .
rcent for the benefit of the whole problem at all. These opinions go
years community.The 2:30 pan. in the First Baptist said he turned around and
mayor noted, too, ,that citizens are anxious to Church with Rev. Cornelius Davis pursued the speeding westbound on to the effect that we definitely
Will be re-accredited by the Eval-
help where they can. He said that officiating. auto to the scene' of, the mishap .x
uation Committee which is to visit
+ not one person he has asked to Burial followed in the City three and six-tenths miles west -
work on a committee or serve in Town Clerk City Cemetery with full Masonic Ritesat of here. The vehicle at one time us in the fall. In none of the
opinions, however, was evi-
some other capacity has failed to the graveside.Mr. btained'a speed of 90 miles per any
dence adduced in of
work diligently in the public in- Brown, 87, died Saturday hour Love said. At Army Engineer School support the
terest. Officials QualifyThree following a lengthy illness. Born The trooper also reported that opinion.
Pointing toward the progressthe in Madison, he moved to SUwan- evidence found at the ReaIDan&"erOOIt
city has made through this incumbents have qualified nee County in early childhood.He the accident indicated that scene Wat-of Radford Takes Official Oath continued is our"and opinion," the report
we submit the
interest and support of its citiz- as of Tuesday to run in the was a retired farmer of this son may have been-indulging-in
ens, Phillips cited the work that upcoming Branford Town Electionset community.Mr. alcoholic beverages.He foregoing reports as evidence in
Commission In support of it, that there is real
'has been_done by'members of the by ordinance for Tuesday, Brown, a Mason was a estimated that the Falcon Accepts Army a
of.
the loss
* danger of
zoning board and planning com June 11,, which will _select the member'of the Barrett,Lodge and wagon was a'total..loss.' reaeereditation -
mission. town clerk and three city coun- the Eastern Star. In addition, he a. Second Lieutenant Winston.Radford, son of 14irs.-Neva This problem Ls particularly I

He pointed out, also, that live cllmen. was a member of the Christian R. Radford, of 301 11th Street, repeats the oath of officeas acute because of the '

Oak Is among the very few citiesin Mrs.: Lois Williams qualified to Science Assembly of Live Oak. ,- County Iiss.' Named he accepts his commission in the Regular Army. shortness of time remaining before -
the arrival of the
the state that has a zoning seek re-election for her fourth He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Colonel Sidney G. Spring, Deputy Assistant Com- : evaluating
ordinance.One term as town clerk. Frank R. Mary Brown of Live Oak, three NFJC Student Chief I mandant U. S I committee from the association.
Army Engineer School Fort Belvoir Virginia
"The only solution
.., that we see
of the first and most urgent Norris will run for re-election to daughters, Mrs. Rebecca Mills Shirley Jackson of Live Oak administered- the-- oath during is
jobs confronting the city City Council Post Four, and V. and Mrs. Ruby Harrison, both of last week became the first mem- a brief ceremony recently at the immediate employment of
was streets Phillips said. Soon M. Moses wil seek re-election to live Oak, and Mrs. Eunice Jonesof ber of the fairer sex to hold the the school.Lt. Powers Announces additional skilled building wades

contracts will be let on the first Post Five.Thomas. Jacksonville; five sons, RobertR. post of student body president at Radford currently is a stu- personnel and engage in a crash
be paved with county Brown Jr. of Norfolk Highway 49 ProjectState program of repair, replacementand
streets to D. Minter Jr. qualifiedlate EdgarE. North Florida Junior College and dent at the Engineer School, en-
secondary road funds. Tuesday to run ,against Moses Brown, J. Mac Brown, Clar- the second feminine junior college rolled in the Engineer Officer Road Board Member alteration as "indicated in the
"We are getting our streets for Post Five. ence H. Brown, and Marvin P. student body president to be Orientation Course, an eleven- Ralph Powers announced last foregoing reports, the document
paved and our people out of the The deadline for qualifying in Brown, all ,of Jacksonville; one elected in the state. week course designed to provide week that the State Road De- declared. ;
mud and dirt as fast as we can any of these races is set for Sat- step-son, Dr. Jack F. Hoyes of Shirley, daughter of Mr. and basic training for military engi- partment will call for bids on The report also noted that the

without going over our heads in urday, May 25, at 5 pjn. The Pennsylvania: two sisters, Mrs. J. Mrs. Raymond Jackson of Rt. 5, neers in responsibilities which Tuesday, May 28, for construc- Executive Board of the P-TA BUg
emphasized."This M. Home of Live Oak tion work State Road 49 gests that an entirely new school
debt, the Mayor qualification fee is $5. and Mrs. defeated Bobby Mills in a runoff they must assume as company on
progress is being made For voters who have not yet Henrietta Jenkins of Lakeland. for the highest student post. grade officers upon graduation.It from the intersection of U. S. plant both Junior and senior
largely through cooperation between registered, the registration books : He had 29 grandchildren and Bobby another Live Oak youth includes training in logistics, 90 one-half mile east of Live high be built in the future ata

the City Council and the will be open at the town clerk'soffice 16 great-grandchildren. is the son of the late Rees Mills administration, construction of Oak to the Gilchrist County different site. "
Board of County Commissioners. from May 22 through June Active pallbearers were Reece and Mrs. Rees Mills. roads, buildings and airfields, line.Powers "It is obvious the report continued -

Phillips who has been Mayorof 7. The polls will be open at the Brown, Fred Brown, Charlie Shirley, who has been active at erection of bridging, operationand said the work would "that a building programas
live Oak for 19 years, pointedto Town Hall on election day, June Brown, M. H. Hingson, Paul King- the college in Madison, served as maintenance of construction involve "leveling, resurfacingand ambitious as the one impfied

the city's subdivision ordinance 11, from 8 ajn. to 7 pan. son, and Willard Hingson The a freshman senator in 1962 and equipment, tactics, combat tech- light shoulder work, and In the P-TA motion is indeed a
that provides for adequate road The remaining City Council position Masons of Barrett Lodge were was runnerup to Evori Wadsworthwho niques and construction supportfor other incidental items". The long range one. But it is the sense

access through housing projects. to which no one has yet honorary pallbearers. was named Miss North Flor- the Army. The Engineer Of- stretch of road to be repaired of the P-TA that the school board

And he noted that the city has qualified is Post Three presentlyheld James B. Daniels Funeral Home ida Junior College in a recent ficer Orientation Course is but totals 15.5 miles in length."I should begin thinking and plan-
entered into a long-range plan by J. R. Fletcher. was in charge. contest. (No. 3 Continued on Page 8) am sure this project will be ning along these lines as soon as
from the Florida Development of great value to the citizens of possible.PTA
Commission for developing pro- Suwannee County and the stateas Pledges Support"It
perties surrounding the city. Candy, Joanna Tie For Top Honors a whole," Powers said. "I am should also be stated at this

The Mayor, noting the parking glad to have had a part in helpIng time that the members of the

problem, said the parking ,situa- to secure it." P-TA, individually and collectively -

tion Is acute and will continue to SHS Has Two Valedictorians are ready, willing, and
anxious to their share of the
worsen as the city grows. He said, pay
however, that the city has plansto Negro Committee inevitable costs of a building program -

work out this problem by pro- such as is being envisioned

viding off-street parking with access For the 'first time in his- that the unusual situation arose ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan N. Ad- In addition she has been a Collects $778 For in this report," it said.

to businses and downtown tory, Suwannee High School when the judging committee discovered cheerleader for four years, cap- Having heard the presentmentof

offices for shoppers and employes.He this year will graduate two that the girls' scholar- ams.All three girls have compiled tain in her senior year: editor- the P-TA School Board Chair-
called attendion to the police students whose scholastic ship during their high school careers outstanding records of achieve- in-chief of the annual staff, first I Recreation Area man Otto Dickman told the group

force where he said improvements achievement is so nearly averaged to within a frac- ment, youth activity, and leader- runner-up in the Miss Suwannee that the board was in full aeeord
have been made. He noted equal that both named tion of a point to equality. Hall ship during their high school ca- County contest, Homecoming Recreation Director Charles with the ideas of the P-TA in
will were said the committee decided the Pulley announced Tuesday that correcting sub-standard fae ttles.
that in the future, policemen valedictorians.The reers. Queen in 1962-63, and she was
be required to meet rigid qualifi- race was too close to choose between Joanna, who has a younger chosen by her classmates as Best the Negro solicitation committeein He explained, however, that the
cations before hiring and a retirement students are Candy Hamp- the two girls and declared brother and sister has been elec- All Around in Class of 1963. charge of raising funds for a big problem is a lack of funds
program is being drafted ton, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. them both valedictorians.Carol ted to the Suwannee High Hall swimming-recreation area near necessary to embark on such an
to meet the needs of retiring po- and Mrs. John W.*Hampton, and Lynn Adams, named salu- of Fame. She is a member of the. "I plan to attend Florida" State Douglass High School had entrus- ambitious program.
licemen."In Joanna Tsacrios, 18, daughter of tatorian of the 1963 graduating National Honor Society, the Beta University in the fall, Joanna ted to his care $778 cash to be W. S. Townsend, chairman of

the future," the Mayor Mr. and Mrs. Nicky M. Tsacrios. class trailed close behind the Club, and has placed on the hon- said. "My tentative plans are to used for building the project. (No. 5 Continued on Pate 8)

said, "you will see a more effici- Principal Ralph Hall explainedCANDY frontrunners. She is the daugh- or roll for four years.CABOL ior study fashion" design and inter- Pulley said he deposited the

ent, better appearing police force. design. money in the bank under an escrow Cadet Davis Writes
Candy, like Joanna has a bro-
account
headed New Doug-
In. addition we .are tightening UPon
law enforcement andpunish- ther and sister and an equally lass Recreation Project. 'College Life' StoryThe

(No. 1 Continued on Page 8) outstanding high school record. Rosa Lee Fuller, one of 10 American Observer a
She is a member of the Na- members on the Negro solicitation national publication, reeentty

tional Honor Society, presidentand committee, said the money was published a byline article by
Curb Market Set y district secretary of the Beta turned in at an informative meet- Cadet Ron Davis of Live Oak

To Open Friday M Club and a four-year veteran of ing at Douglass High School a first-year man in the U. S.
the Suwannee High School Band Monday night. She added that Air Force Academy at Colorado -
The fresh vegetable produce r -playing with the Suwanneers
other fund drives were under way Springs.
curb market sponsored by Su (Stage Band) for the past three
and pledges were coming in fine. The article was the third in
wannee County Rural Develop :* years. She plays tenor saxophonein Pledges will be collected later, she a series of articles on college
ment Council Curb Market #
the Suwannee
Band. She has
said. Thus far, requests for con- life written by freshman students -
Sub-Committee will open at 7 .H also
been
i a drum majorette for tributions for: building this pro- in schools of various sizes
a.m. Friday, May 24. two
years at the University of
ject have been confined to the and geographic areas across the
Plans are to operate the mar- t't, Florida Summer Band Concert. 'Negro community. nation.
ket each Tuesday and Friday f ', Cat-. '
Candy who '
\_ was homecoming
p : ,. -n ;q.. Other members of the fundraising Ron,the son of Dr. and Sirs.
from 7 to 11 a.m. .. princess in
1963
t = is noted for her committee are Rossini Joseph B. Davis, was featuredin
This market, located at the research ,
project in solid state
?P. Granville, Columbus Jenkins depth in this ina
ro newspaper
old Sinclair Station at the corner IL:" i; .. 55M. physics last year that gained Chestine Curry, Mildred Beasley, recent articles He and his
of Ohio and Hrlvenston p
t recognition at the NSF Summer Value Warren Walter M. Thil- class ,have passed their Initial
Street, gives the consumer a .'.x,. Research
Participation Programfor more, Louise Thomas, Ethel Stephens year of rigid discipline and are
chance to select farm fresh high school students. For this and Bessie Jackson. now privileged to wear the insignia -
products: direct from the pro-
achievement she was pictured on These committee members are of a "recognized" Air
ducer. HAMPTON JOANNA TSACBJOS LYNN ADAMS (No. 2 Continued ,on Pare 8)) (No. 4 Continued on Page 8) Force Cadet."p .




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I. ? TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963



THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Spring House Cleaning FLORIDA'SFarm JttOt/wh

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Ii I ( I i 11(

i( "In The Heart Oj The Suwannee River Valley" No 6RUMBUN6 Noi1f .,
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BANNER Consolidated LEADER HOW ABOUTTRAWN& RRST EMPTY THIS
Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established '1886 THIS
I Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street MOP FORA BARREL___ OF JIJM J

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................' Publisher BUT FlN6 POLE-? OUT..THEN N4 -OP.. FrontBy

Frank E. Westmark; Jr. ............................................ Editor WERE I WtP4 oWSiw rput4G Rockefeller's Rocky RoadOf

t Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor essemu c l t all the many opinions that necessary as well as an expedient

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager MOTHERa have been expressed as to whether solution to apparently insoluble
'o uw r pLA s Dojle E. Governor Rockefeller's remar- problems. "But a president of
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida 0 c
,- -- !!:!: S.t ConnerSomeone riage has hurt his political career the United States must pass what
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00
I or not, it seems to us that amounts to a fitness test. He is
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50
r2.o said we Americans are most If not all, have missed the not expected to fall where so
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance l the most "gadget-minded" peopleon crux of the matter.It many other men have failed in
'- .71y :: == earth. is not, it seems to us. the I keeping their families together.

c :MEMBER\ OF ? I'm inclined to believe it whenI mere fact that he was divorced ,' We expect more of our presidentsthan
iTSUWANNEE see the wide variety of things and remarried that should and we do of ordinary men. Per-
p. Florida Press Association ( COUNTY 1 flp.L"L available to increase our comfort, would hurt his surrounding that haps some people think if
t CHAMBER make our chores easier or add divorce and remarriage that he had been a little more wise. a
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Ilp SUWANNEE COUNTY COMMERCE convenience to an everyday task. should determine the extent career little more prudent a little more
Chamber of Commerce : You've probably read about the but rather the circum- charitable a little more stoical -

beverage cans with openers built stances of its liability. a little more something his ori-
/ into the covers. Latest to come to Had Governor Rockefeller been ginal marriage might have en-

'- ______ my attention is a bottled drink the "aggrieved" partner in his dured.
A Plea For
QualityThis S ( with its own straw. When the marriage of 31 years and then' "But don't we want, for presi-
year 1963 is shaping into a probation year cap's removed up floats the straw.It subsequently met and married another dent, men more wise, more pru-
for tobacco growers in Suwannee County and throughout has been inserted before cap- woman we would agree that dent, more charitable, more stoi-
+; the nation. And it is time right now to look ahead and ping. this was his personal business and cal more something than

see the handwriting on the wall. should not be a political millstone. those of us who do not run for

The emphasis this year will be on quality. And if If you should have dreams of Apparently however such was the highest office In the land?""

quality is not forthcoming, we feel the resulting action by l getting rich overnight with some not the case. There are unsavory asks Mr. Buckley. ,
It Happened In Invention watch out overtones indicating that the We think the answer is a loud
and idea
the federal government in future'years may be swift new or
Governor's bride (mother of and If the Gover-
new resounding
could be yes.
unpleasant. It could mean rigid controls on all cultural your expectation
four) was a factor perhaps the nor's divorce and remarriage had
'i practices and/or cutbacks in acreage allotments. Suwannee County short-lived.Some of our biggest and weal- dominant one. In the breakup of taken place under the "best" of
In recent years, government warehouses have become corporations with big research his marriage of 31 years and sub- circumstances it would still have
'I choked with tobacco procured by stabilization through thiest and development facilities sequent divorce from the motherof been a liability. Taking place as

support price honoring. Last season, this unhappy situation frequently find it tough to get his five children. That we they did under questionable

,j reached a boiling point. Stabilization officials, look- their investment out of a new submit makes the divorce and circumstances- they are no longer -
ing for a way out from under tons of low quality tobacco, 1923 1938 1953 product before a competitor or subsequent remarriage a horse of simply Mr. Rockefeller's busi-

pointed an accusing finger at MH-30 chemical. several of them have similar- a very different color. ness they are the American
+' They declared that the chemical sucker control affected items on the market. As pointed out by columnist i' people's business if he offers himself -
the quality of leaf and recommended to the Sec- From The Files Of The TIME magazine recently reported William F. Buckley Jr., broken I as a candidate for President.

retary of Agriculture that support be withdrawn from SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT on this trend which it families may sometimes be a I -Bradford County Telegraph

MH-30 treated tobacco. This action if taken, informed notes is known as the "Lestoil

sources contended, would have cost Suwannee County syndrome" in industry. Lestoil
I
growers alone close to a million dollars, and at the same Forty Years Ago - 1923The Products sumers when made it a bought big hit out with a con-new Capital Newsletter
time missed the root of the
completely problem.
Methodist congregation and Robert Milton will be pre- liquid household cleanser. Sales
Thanks to the thousands of protests from growers and worshiped in the new church for sented by the senior class at the soared. Then Lever Bros., Proc- By Congressman Don Fuqua I
interested citizens throughout the Florida-Georgia; region the .first time yesterday afternoon Alimar Theatre Thursday eve- tor and Gamble and Colgate put
and other areas, such a narrow and shot-in-the-dark act the service being in the ning. out similar products and soon
was averted. Credit is due also to the Florida delegation, form of a prayer meeting and The cast Includes Fred Sivia Lestoil sales slumped and the Nuclear Grant For FSUI : visitors from the district visit
particularly Congressman Don Fuqua whose Ninth Dis- thanksgiving service followed by a David Gibbs Hansen Harrell, company even stopped paying was highly pleased last week with us in Washington. Among

trict includes the state's flue-cured tobacco belt. In the church conference.A Chas. Radford, Mahone Rees, dividends. to announce the signing of a those visiting us recently were Dr.
face of a seemingly devastating report on :MH-30, Fuqua good number were in attend- George Airth Laura Frank White grant in the amount of $244- E. P. Miles Jr., Tallahassee; LeonE.
argued vigorously that the chemical alone was not to ance and there Is great rejoicing Florence Newlan, Katherine There's very little likelihood today 700.00 by the National Science Weaver, Quincy; U. S. Marshal
that steps are being taken to complete White, Cornelia Pound. Dorothy that any new product can Foundation for Florida State Uni- Emmett Shelby who serves Tallahassee -
blame. Conferring with the Secretary of Agriculture on
the building, and it Is now Fletcher Verdie O'Hara, Emma duplicate the experience of DuPont's versity in Tallahassee.This ; Kenneth A. MacGowan,
numerous occasions, Fuqua acknowledged that excessive expected that the work will be Martin Essie King Iris Rhodes "nylon" which had the grant is to be used to assist Quincy; A. S. Dennis formerly of
dosage of MH-30 could adversely affect the quality of completed within the next four Edna Durham Alma Ross. Ruby market to itself for about 15 the University in the con- live Oak Jacksonville; and
tobacco but pointed out that excesses in irrigation, fertili- months. Humphries Lulla Harrell and years. struction of the third and fourth George Harmony, Live Oak.
zation, and a host of other cultural practices could have a Jewell Peavy. "Sometimes company research floors of the Nuclear Research Congressional Travel ResolutionI
similar affect. The congressman contended that one fair Live Oak Chapter No. 25, Royal moves so, fast" says TIME "thatit Building. The state had previously voted with the overwhelming

solution would be to support tobacco according to its Arch Masons, entertained the junior The Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed makes a company's own pro- appropriated necessary match- majority of the members of the
and senior classes of Suwannee D. D., Bishop of Florida, will ducts obsolete. DuPont's dacronis ing funds for this project much Congress for the resolution which
quality.When the smoke of controversy cleared from the Sigh School last Thursday even- I make his annual visit to St.Luke's giving tough competition to the needed by the University and by would provide that Members of

Secretary's office the logic of this argument prevailed.The ing and a number of out of town I Church on Friday evening at 8 company's nylon and rayon and our state. the Congress shall be limited to
guests. The informal DuPont has decided to give will be devoted
reception I up Use of the building per diem allowances and
resulting decision listed the price support for top- pjn.Next necessary
held after the regular meeting Sunday Is Trinity Sun- making rayon altogether. to graduate training and transportation costs for foreign
tobacco at 56 cents higher than1962's
quality per pound, a penny was the first social event stagedin day. The rector will be in Perry "General Electric's recently an- research activities in nuclear travel. Full disclosure of amounts
price support. However, tobacco will be graded the new temple. but Mr. Helvenston will conductthe nounced silicon transistor will sell science in the fields of chemistry, given to Congressmen from
according to quality. This means that low-quality, slick ____ i services and read one of Bish- for half the price of its own physics geology food and nutrition terpart funds (foreign currencies coun-)
leaf could bring something less than two-bits a pound. "Charm School", a comedy In op Ingram'S very interesting serm- germanium transistor." and biological sciences. Is provided In this resolution.I .
This grading system should work to the.advantage of three acts by Alice Duer Miller ons. One company was so eager to This is another example of the was pleased to note that there
most Suwannee flue-cured tobacco growers. Tobacco beat another to the punch that it high esteem with which Florida were only two negative votes.
grown in this county has long been among the best in the Ttcenty-Five Years Ago -- 1938 filmed the TV commercials for its State is held in by federal agencies This resolution if passed by the 1

country. And this quality has been recognized and com- James C. Hill, director of the primary vote Tuesday. The short- new shampoo even before it had who last year sponsored over Senate will correct possible abusesof

mented on by a number of experts. This quality, in ad- minstrel to be staged by the local est ballot in history of regular developed the product. four million dollars in grants for foreign travel by Members of

dition, is evidenced by the low percentage less than Elks Lodge, announced the castof scheduled primaries here broughtout research projects by this out- the Congress.I .
three per cent of Florida-Georgia* tobacco bought by the production at Tuesday's more voters than predictedas The average consumer often has standing institution.Post was glad to see the Congresstake
stabilization in 1962 compared with in of meeting of the organization. 2177 electors marked ballots in notions about foods that have Office Air Conditioning this action to correct a situ-
figures
30 excess Henry E. Leech is to serve as the representative race. little basis in fact. An Invitation for bids for air ation which has seen a few mem-
per cent for other areas of the nation.It .
Interlocutor. W. S. Parsons will In a recent study of consumer conditioning heating lighting bers abuse travel allowance pro-
is easy to see where if not what the problemlies. i be musical director with Joe Dow- R. P. Hopkins president of the attitudes toward sausage products and modernizing the U. S. Post visions.

The new grading system should help to remove em- ling land Bill'Williams as property company that owns the originaltwo the following misconceptionscame Office in Perry has been set for Military Pay Bill
phasis from quantity to quality production where it ,be I men. tobacco warehouses here to light: this week with bids to be openedon The House has passed the Military -

longs.This End men in the production will spoke at the weekly session of the Fifty-four per cent of house- June 11. These will be most Pay Increase Bill which was
looks as though it might be a good year for be Jimmie Hill, Seward Fleet Kiwanis Club Friday and traced wives interviewed thought that needed and worthwhile additionsto very much needed to retain com-
growers who have concentrated on raising high-quality Ford Kalil C. A. Langford Ray the history of bright leaf tobaccoin luncheon meats are made from this office. petent men In our armed serviceson
tobacco in the past and yet failed to get the premiumstheir Hill Red Johnson J. L. McMul- this country.A inferior cuts of meat; 45 per cent Also scheduled for improvementare a career basis.
product deserved. There could well be some long len and M. E. Colley. didn't know that cold cuts have the offices at Live Oak Madi- -The House also added amendments -
Named to the men's chorus less waste than fresh meat; 17 son, and Jasper. The repairs and (1) for recomputation of
rain :
faces come market time if this plea and other friendly requests were generous downpour of
,for quality are disregarded. Reece Brown Frank Futch Ottis that reached into all parts of the per cent didn't know that bolognaand improvements at each of these retirement pay by retirees who retired -
m Brown. Bill Williams. Sherwood county during the early part of salami have different ingredients offices call for air conditioning prior to June 1. 1958, and
Harvard. Marvin Phillips Irving this week brought joy to growersas lighting, painting and general repair (2) to restore combat duty pay of
Hospitals A Health Gibbs, A. L. Jacobs Jr. Eustace crops were generally in bad Nearly three-fourths of the work. $55 per month for those men now
Heritage Of
Sirmans John Hutchinson, E. R. need of rain.Although women questioned consider lunch- Plans and specifications for engaged In combat such as South
In a relatively small corner of this city, a dedicated Brown and G. W. Sanchez. the rainfall receivedwas eon meats suitable only for sand each of these projects are expected Viet Nam.
group of well-trained people wage an around-the-clock not heavey enough to gene- wiches. to be completed In the fall Cigars To Speaker

__ battle against the throes of disease, affirmity and,'death, John Q. Boatright won the rate a great distance it was responsible America's sweet tooth sent national of this year. This week I had the privilegeof
a fight that never slackens nor fails to radiate hope. Group I legislative seat from TomS. I for an immediate candy consumption soaringto Cuban Tobacco Import HaltedA presenting to House Speaker
We refer to the men and women who staff and run Tramel 1251-826 in the second change in crop appearance. a new record of 3,265,000,0001 Canary Island cigar manu- John McCormack several boxes of
one of the most important institutions in this county pounds in 1962. That was an increase facturer had sought an export cigars made of Gadsden County

the Suwannee County Hospital. National Hospital Week, Ten Years Ago .- - 1953 of 165 million pounds over license from the U. S. Treasury grown tobaccos. The Speaker Is a
the previous record in 1961. Department to import some 750- great cigar smoker and he was
recognized across the nation from May 12-18 Live Oak and Suwannee Coun- instructionsfrom
was a sym- present to receive
Average per capita consumptionwas 000 cigars containing Cuban tobacco with cigars
bol of for the often ty are going all out today to highly pleased these
appreciation unsung services of these pay county health nurses. in'
17.5 pounds In 1962 17.2 to the United States re- which T. L. Maxwell of Quincy
homage to one of its most beloved
people.The 1961 and 16.8 in 1960. Volume of I cently. arranged to have sent here for US
citizens of this county have been most fortunatein and respected citizens Dr. Beulah. Sheriff Hugh Lewis' retail candy sales last year totaled This would have been a direct to present to the Speaker.I .
having had men of vision plan for the needs of its citi- Joshua Price with AppreciationDay crack bloodhound, nabbed her 2& BILLION dollars, for a 40 per circumvention of the foreign poli- told the Speaker that if he was
zens in establishing the plant which was to become the Ceremonies to commemoratethe 26th criminal the wee hours of cent increase In 10 years. cy of the United States which going to smoke cigars, then he

___ Suwannee County Hospital, recognized as one of the finest service physician's to this county.fiftieth year of Sunday morning Beulah after has been a three-chas- Those statistics are causing super seeks to eliminate all Cuban im- ought to smoke the beet, and that
mile chase.
market operators to give an to this nation thereby cut-
small county hospitals in the country. The beloved doctor's grandchildren three ports the very best ones are made with
ing criminals for the past
bigger play to their candy off aid from this nation to
Today this institution might be likened to a small will unveil a fine Georgia even ting tobacco grown in our district. I
city. It has 95 employees in about] 35 job classifications, Marble fountain that has been years. displays according to one impor- Castro's Communist government. can assure you that he Is enjoying
tant trade publication.It's We worked with Senator Hol-
them.
ranging from accountant to X-ray technician. erected at the hospital as a mem- Jack White Jr. was elected
interesting to note that super land and Congressman GibbonsIn
Perhaps of ,all the community's interests and goals, orial to him. Stepping stones to commander of the Live Oak Am- market operators have store protesting this action which Tobacco Bill ProgressMy

few could rank higher than the; health of its citizens. and from this fountain will have erican Legion Post at its last efficiency figured down to the would have proven detrimental to bill lease providing and transfer for the of flue-con-

Many people, however, take their "heritage of health"too engraved upon them the names meeting in the post home. Other square foot of display space. Can- our domestic cigar and tobacco tinued cured tobacco has passed
of other physicians who have L. M. CrewsJr. acreages
much for granted. They assume, for example, that served Suwannee officers named were dy and gum have been selling producing industries as well as out of the Agriculture SUb-Com-
the and its will be when County. .. first vice commander; Ben at the rate of
hospital employees handy they Louie C. Wadsworth will serveas Gilmore second vice commander; recently $5.63 per lending aid through the back door mittee. This bill would continue
need them. master of ceremonies for the Paul Stewart third vice com- square foot. The gross profit is to Castro. The Treasury Depart- this program for two more years
But this comfortable situation cannot endure unless'citiz very nice nearly 30 per cent ment swiftly refused the licenseto be

event with Louis J. Day deliver- mander: Karl Wade, finance officer It has proven to highly popqlar
l1 of the community take an active interest in sup- ing the dedication address. Rev.E. ; Rev. Tom W. Allen chap- and reason enough why 90 this manufacturer an action with tobacco farmers and has
porting the institution that stands guard over their health. Nash which we were most proud of. to
Philpot, pastor of the lain; T. A. Delegal historian; and been of tremendous Importance
_ The theme of this National Hospital Week is '-To First Methodist Church will give Danny Parsons sergeant at arms. Preserving Plant. Visitors To Our Office our growers who under this program -
America's Youth." the invocation.The We are always happy to have small
day's Hospital Career Center for can lease several plots
This particular theme represents one of the most pressing Farmer-Mayor Fred C. Glass Jr. The Suwannee Bulldogs, run- and combine them to make an
problems confronting the nation's hospitals today the annual Suwannee County reported yesterday that twin Hol- nersup In the Northeast Conference per cent of the companies controlling economically feasible crop. I am
ever-increasing need for hospital personnel. This involves rally for midwives was held Tues- stein heifers were born Wednes- romped home with the sub- 97 per cent of the stores hopeful of its paaage by the Con-
day in the offices of the County day noon on his dairy farm near district title here Friday when report they will continue to give gress.
and talent
skill trade
level of
profession
every Health Department in the Agri- Live Oak. They are Identical they beat Branford 4-0. more space to candy and gum. Redaction Of Unemployment TaxI
needed in a city, in addition to the specialized skills of culture Building at Live Oak. twins he said. Lawton Jones gave up four hits recently voted for H. R. 4655

therapist, physician and nurse. Babies delivered by the mid- while his mates were jumping on Watch for results of the national which was a bill concerning the
Even with the many persons already working in hos- wives were present with their Live Oak's new fire truck went the offerings of Norvel Truluckof wheat referendum May 21. amount authorised to be made
pitals, many jobs are unfilled because of a lack of per- mothers. They were weighed and into action again last Saturday Branford. The Suwannee team It could have a decisive Influenceon available to the Mates out of the
nnel to meet the demand for medical and hospital care. given a complete physical check- during the noon hour when poles was composed mostly of fresh- the trend of farm legislation employment security adminiatration
This rising demand results from a growing population, up. The midwives themselves were caught fire at the Brown Wood men and sophomores since an of for some years to come. account for certain expenses,
from advances in medical science, and from an increasing the seniors were on a trip to Latest reports Indicate the Ad- to reduce the rate of federal unemployment -
/
Washington D. C. ministration's proposal win
bare-
awareness, of the need for care. satisfaction and purpose, do yourself the service of con- tax for the calendar
ly squeak through with a two- year 1963, and other
This is where you come in. If you are an adult, help sidering a career in some phase of hospital work. The LuraviBe Catfish ran intoa thirds "yes" vote after one of the This- win be of purposes.

'do your share by encouraging young people to take a close We sincerely hope you will join with us in saluting fired up Day baseball team most bitterly fought campaigns in employers since great it marks interestto the

look at the opportunities offered in a hospital career. the Suwannee County Hospital and in giving it your enthusiastic Sunday and got a 4-1 skinningon the history of American agricul- first time in recent years that

And if you are a young person shopping for a lifetime of support during the coming years.,. the Lurayille field. ture. --. _. (No. 1 Continued OB Page 7)PAGE




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i1I fg tb- "Coke"Honors- Seniors Party Miss Judy Bryan 'I >L- Here And There I IMrs.


:...i..; -ry;.
Mrs Mahone Rees and Miss Jo ,> '
.:, Marilynn Bird and daughter. ert Hatton and Albert Place, of
Rees entertained at their homeon .' Debbie spent Monday In Valdosta Jacksonville were guests of Rev.
.
WOMEN Weller Avenue Saturday Ga. and Mrs. J. M. Sullivan for the
morning, with a "Coke" party
I Mrs. Lois Saunders and Mrs. Mother's Day week end. other
honoring Miss Joanna Tsacrios, '
: Niels Brorsen spent Monday in guests for Mother's Day were Mr.
Miss Gail Wynne, Miss Penny
1TL Gainesville.Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Meeks. Mr. and
I Wettstein and Miss Charlotte
I CLARA S. W WADSWORTH Society Editor
.
... Frank Green Jr. and Miss Mrs. Douglas Clement and sea.
I Wadsworth, Suwannee High
"> Maren Brorsen spent Sunday in George and Miss Judy Greene of
.
School Seniors.On
f Lake City visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. Jacksonville and Mrs. Frank
Garden Club Holds Junior Womans Club a small table at the en- ft R. Hurst. Greene and Miss Maren Bremen
trance of the home was a silhou- t
Breakfast Mrs. Don Westbrook and of Live Oak.
MeetingThe Closes Club YearThe I v
ette of a graduate with a diplomain :
daughter. Laurie of New Orleans Mrs. Carrie Brinson and SOB
Live Oak Garden Club Inc., Junior Woman's Club held front and back of the silhouette to,., ,: a.&S
of the )- <. La., are visiting her parents, Mr. and daughter-in-law Mr. and
held their last meeting f
which was encircled with
its final meeting of the club year
and Mrs. Louie Tedder. Mrs. James C. Brinson. of Talla-
year when they met last Fridayat at Shasta daisies. On the wasa
ninth organ
,
Thursday evening May
Mrs. J. R. Carlson of Dunedin hassee returned home recently
River
9 am. at the Suwannee floral design of Shasta daisiesin
the Club House.
arrived Tuesday to spend three from Rochester. Minn. where Mr.
meet-
State Park for a breakfast
a brass bowl. The piano held a
Four projects will be sponsoredby weeks with Mrs. Alex McKeithen.Dr. Brinson had a cheek up in the
ing.Breakfast the the club next year: Recreation large arrangement of fuji mums and Mrs. G. A. Lee are attending Mayo Clinic.

f was served by Center. Brownies, The Ship Hope, and yellow roses. Centering the ;) a dental convention In Miss Mary Lou CoWetand
Ed Butler
Azalea Circle. Mrs.
mantel of the living room was an
and the Mothers March Polio.
on Jacksonville this week. Richard Isom returned to Dabs
f chairman was assisted by Mrs. arrangement of fuji in
Members voted to give a contribu- mums a Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Baillie and Tex. this week after a visit here
Claude Johns Mrs. Vincent Jones
long white container. Larkspurand
Gil- tion to the Recreation Center to Mr. and Mrs. Howard LeFevre with her mother. Mrs. Lillian
Mrs. Harry DuPre and Mrs.
snapdragons in small brass
start a building fund to improvethe a spent Monday at Dekle Beach. Collier. While they were here
mer Kye. facilities of the center. On this bowl were placed on the coffee : x bi.'A Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carmichael Mrs. Collier Miss Collier and
The invocation was given by table. y.
project are Mrs. Al Wilson, chair- i. spent Sunday Starke visiting Isom visited Mrs. Collier's daughter -
Mrs. Jones. man..Mrs. Sam Farm and Mrs. W., To further carry out the green, friends and relatives. Mrs. Rufus B. Richardson In

After the breakfast the meetingwas W. Jernigan. They also voted to white and yellow motif, the din- 'C. Mrs. Thomas Radford Sr. returned Port St. Joe and her mother, Mrs

called to order by Mrs. contribute $100 to the Senior ing table was overlaid with a i.'. home Sunday after a Leslie Crenshaw. in St. Patera-

I George Allen president and Mrs. Woman's Club Building Fund. The green cloth. The table, at the week's visit with her son and burg.
W. M. Jernigan read the Garden center back held a massive arrangement .
club voted to discontinue the point daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs.
1 Prayer.A system and to strictly enforce the of Shasta daisies in an Winston Radford in Washington Attend
short business session was ironstone tureen with a large ChristeningOf
Bylaws. D. C. Mrs. Winston Radford returned -
ports of all the officers were giv green bow in the front and smaller Chas. H. IV
Mrs. LaVaughn Newbern gave a home with her and will Pulley
en. The reports were good and flat bows placed in the tray of
showed the great amount of work report on her trip to the .state the tureen. White of mortor spend several months here with Spending Mother's Day here for

that has been done in the club convention in West Palm Beach. I board and diploma trays sandwicheswere .':i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney the christening of Chas. H. Pulley
Mrs. Tom Moore received the I Tyson. IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H.

this Nineteen year. members have door prize. Mrs. William Stewartwas I on the table with shrimp .', '.. Mrs. Trudy Purvis of Richmond, Pulley m, in the First Presby-
new face sandwiches
a guest of the club. canapes open Va., arrived here Saturday to terian Church were Mr. and Mrs.
been welcomed into the club this potato chips, petit fours, and other .
Hostesses for the supper meet- Mr. and Sirs. Justin Bryan announce the engagement of their spend several weeks with her Chas. H. Pulley Jr., paternal

year.A rising vote of thanks was ing were Mrs. P. C. Crapps HI, large foods.wicker The basket"Cokes"which were had in a daughter Judy to Wilbur Woods son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. parents.E Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Regis- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester

chairman. Mrs. L. C. Odom Mrs. a ter, and her son Lonnie Purvis. Lewis, maternal grandparents.Mr. .
given to Mrs. Allen, for a very large green bow to one side of the Woods, also of this city.
Bob Brown Mrs. S. C. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. Clark and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing great
prosperous and successful year handle.In The wedding will be solemnized at the Mt. Olive Baptist Churchin
Mrs. Tom Moore,. and Mrs. Fred spent Sunday in Jacksonville. uncle and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing
under her leadership.Mrs. a niche was a paper mesh early September. Wedding plans will be announced at a later
Mrs. David .
Martinez and great
Younge. grandmother.The
Allen asked Mrs. L. E. Cul-
graduate owl. On the serving table date.
daughter Luanne. left Tuesdayfor baby wore a dress and slip
t pepper to sit in for her during was a tall floral design of white Miss Bryan will graduate from Suwannee High School in June. their home in Oklahoma City made by his great grandmotherover
the election of the following officers -
: Mrs. Allen president; Mrs. Mrs. Gandy Circle balancing gladioli and the Easter lilies and Mr. Woods graduated from Suwannee High School in 196%. Okla. after spending several weeks fifty years ago for his great
table
eo _was_ a threebranch _- here with Mr. and Mrs. Eaford uncle. Dr. Stubbins and also worn
L. 'E. Culpepper vice president: silver
Hostess MondayThe candelabra with Harrell. his and his father
by grandmother -
'Mrs. Lawrence Lee secretary; and three white tapers.
Mrs. Brown HostessTo Violet Circle
Popp Mrs. Doris Place and Rob-
? sons at their christening.
Mrs. Jack Jones treasurer.Mrs. Evelyn Hayes Circle of the The credenza was centered witha

James Walkup in a beau- Antioch Baptist Church met Mon- paper mesh graduate owl. Goodwill ClubMrs. 1let.With Mrs. WrightSeven

tiful and impressive ceremony installed day night May 13, in the homeof Assisting the hostesses in serv- Jesse Brown was hostessto members and one visitor

these officers and the fol- Mrs. George Gandy at the ing were Mrs. C. W. Malloy and the Goodwill Club at her home were present Monday afternoon

lowing circle chairmen: Azalea Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch. Miss Mary Mahone Rees. Tuesday afternoon, May 14. There when the Violet Popp Circle of THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick

l Circle, Mrs. Vincent Jones; Ca- Mrs. Francis Parnell, program The hostesses presented each were seven members present. the First Baptist Church, met

mellia Circle Mrs. W. M, Hing- chairman, gave the program, honoree with a traveling clock. After the Bible lesson was read with Mrs. Melvin Wright. II
Veneer-One Two Baths.
i son; Dogwood Circle, Mrs. Wy- "Educating Youth In Missions" Thirty friends were invited to in unison, games were played with Mrs. Frances Pike was welcomed or

man Harvard; and Redbud Circle, with the following taking' part: be with the honorees. prizes being won by Mrs. Phil into the circle as a new mem-

Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr. Mrs. James Royal, Mrs. Arley Ru Brim and Mrs. E. C. Jackson. FHA or CONVENTIONAL

This ends one of the most prof- Hurst, and Mrs. John Gates. Mrs. A. L. Jacobs dismissed the ber.Mrs.. Jackson Bispham openedthe FinancingSMALL

itable and successful years the Circle Chairman Mrs. Gandy, Helen Masters meeting with prayer after the meeting with a prayer. I DOWN PAYMENT

Garden Club has ever had. presided over the business meet hostess served refreshments.The The program taken from the I

ing. Plans were made for com- Circle Met club will meet Tuesday Royal Service Magazine, was given Located In Edgewood Subdivision.

munity missions project to be car- The! Helen Masters Circle of the with Mrs. Brim as hostess. by Mrs. Bispham, Mrs. H. L.

Birth Announcement ried out on Thursday May 23, at First Baptist Church met Mondayin Goff Mrs. Austin Harrell Mrs. SELECT YOURS NOW

} Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Grady 2:30 pjn. the home of Mrs. J. G. North Pike, and Mrs. Ethel Mizell.

Fullbright of Live Oak announce Mrs. John Hutcherson closed with Mrs. Ottis Brown presiding.Mrs. Live Oak MYF Hosts Mrs. Henry Skinner presidedover Contact

the birth of a son Monday, May 6, the meeting with a prayer. North gave the devotionaland Sub-District BanquetThe the business meeting. The

iri the Hamilton County Hospitalin During the social hour refresh- Mrs. Brown led in prayer. Methodist Youth Fellow- Bible School was discussed. W. G. MULLINSPhone

Jasper.He ments were served, The program, "Educating YouthIn ship of the First Methodist Refreshments were served dur-
Mrs. Donald Leming was wel- Missions" was given by Mrs.
has been named Wesley Church of Live Oak were hosts to ing the social hour. 362-2057
comed as a new member. Five Clayton Bass. Mrs. Bass closed
t Grady Fullbright Jr. the Guiding Star sub-district an- Mrs. Bispham will be the June
} members 'and two visitors the meeting with a
Mrs. Fullbright is the former were prayer. nual 'banquet Monday evening hostess.
present. Mrs. George Gandy of The hostess served refreshments
Miss Kathryn Lee of Live Oak. May 13, at the church.It .
Lakeland was a visitor. during the social hour.
was erroneously reported in
Mrs. Arley Hurst will be the .
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) June hostess at the church. last week's paper that the banquetwas
Birth held in Branford..
AnnouncementMr. I
Mr. Mrs. Wayne Pittmanare
and fy
and Mrs. Earl Clement of' 1 .
counselors for the local group. y y02
SPRING CLEARANCE Wilmington Del., announce the I Ru 'T7
birth of a son Tuesday May 14,1

in the Memorial Hospital.He Birth Announcement

PAINT SPECIALS has been named Henry David Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Rob-

Clement. erts of Live Oak announce the

Mrs. Clement is the former Miss birth of a son Monday, May 6, in
%
Up To 50 Off Carmita Hudson, daughter of Mrs. the Alachua General Hospital in : .'"

Estelle Hudson of Live Oak. Gainesville.He .:&

Mr. Clement is the son of Mrs. has been named Rockwell 11"j
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SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. H. D. Clement of Jacksonville, Wendell Roberts. ri

formerly of Live Oak. The maternal grandmother is I j ,-
; 423 N.W. Howard St. Mrs. C. D. Bozeman of Live Oak I /F/ Sweet and' sleek: :1I

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ville, Florida: SPECIAL MEETINGLive visory positions, and of the need
Girls9 Cottage Receives TV Set
News And Activities From Palmer Electric Co., Whiter Oak Florida for filling these positions with
Park Florida; dedicated persons.
March 1963
29.
k Burdette Sound and Recording Discussion was held concerning

THE RECREATION CENTER ', Tampa. Florida. The Board was called to order. the Recreation area at Douglass

The only bid received was from at 8:15 A. M. by Otto Dickman, High School the Library Build

By ALES PULLEY. Director J y'' 4r il. Yen. Y. Jy, Fidelity Sound, Inc. On motionby Chairman. Other members pres- ing at Branford and other planned -

V. V. Brim, seconded by Henry ent were: V. V. Brim, H. E. Vann, projects.Mr. .
This Saturday morning May 1 ment. Vann the Board voted to accept Thonis Barnett, and L. M. Crews L. M. Crews Jr., related information

l 25, there will be a model show at : the bid of Fidelity Sound. Inc., Jr. concerning the Reel'=>-

the Live Oak-Suwannee County MEN'S SOFTBALL oQ, in the amount of $3,258.00, less Minutes of the March 5, and ation Building at Douglass arl
Recreation Center. All entrantsare 1963 SCHEDULEMAY Y. 4'K rk4+ $112.00 to delete the radio tuner, March 16, 1963 meetings were also pointed out that the Negn

urged to bring their models 21 Langford Builders 1i or a net bid price of 314600.The read, corrected and approved. people should support this proJec'of

to the Recreation Center promptly Supply vs. Advent Christian; sound system is to be paid for Superintendent Williamson discussed the city and county not onl\;

at 9:00: so they can be set up Westwood Baptist vs. Daniels j with funds from the Suwannee the matter of permittinga verbally but also with financing

in preparation for judging at Funeral Home. High School Activity Fund and judicial exemption to Ronald In the amount they can.

10:30.: MAY 23 Daniels Funeral x'i handled through the Board's ac- Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lee, As there was no further bos>-
These models may be of any Home vs. Langford Builders; Ad- x'A counts. McAlpin, Florida. ness upon the motion of Barnett -

type but must be the sole work of vent Christian vs. Westwood Bap- ;. ,y There being no further business Board approval was given this seconded by Crews. t!""

the entrant. Any number of mod- tist.MAY the meeting was adjourned. matter.A meeting was adjourned.
els may be entered by any one 28 Daniels Funeral Everett L. Williamson thorough discussion was held Everett Williamson

person but they must all repre- Home vs. Advent Christian; Lang- Supt. & Secretary relative to positions and person- Supt. & Secretary

sent his own work. Entries will be ford Builders vs. Westwood Bap- Board of Public InstructionOtto nel for the 1963-64 school year. Board of Public Instruction

placed in age classifications and tist.MAY Dickman Chairman Particular emphasis was placedon Otto Dickman. Chairman
30 Westwood Baptistvs.
judged accordingly. Board of Public Instruction the Administrative and Super- Board of Public Instruction
Daniels Funeral Home; Ad-
Proudly holding their newly received possession mem-
this week and vent Christian vs. Langford Build-
Softball began bers of the girls cottage at the Advent Christian Home display -
will continue from now until the
ers.JUNE their new television set to Mrs. Chandler; their house-
4 Westwood
end of June. Tuesday night the Baptist vs.
mother. The prize awarded to a lucky customer by the local
lead off game was between Lang- Advent Christian; Daniels Funeral I Y I
ford Builder's Supply and Ad- Home vs. Langford Builders. A&W Root Beer Stand was given to the girls at the Home.

vent Christian. The second game JUNE 6 Langford Buildersvs. Much excitement and gratitude accompanied the arrival of & 4'iiy

was between Daniel's Funeral Westwood Baptist; Advent the new set.Instruction. -

Home and Westwood Baptist. To.night's Home.Christian vs. Daniels Funeral LITTLE ADS For Sale-Real EstateFOR O FOR SALE
games will begin at 7:00and _
1 everyone who enjoys softballis JUNE 11 Langford Buildersvs. 'Confuses' Road EmployeesThe BIG RESULTS
urged to attend and support Advent Christian: Daniels BUY-SELI-EXCHANGE SALE -Two bedroom block FOR SALE All sizes of tarpaulins -
house in Pinewood SubDivision. guaranteed not to leak.
their team. Funeral Home vs. Westwood Bap- Commis- The board's resolution endors- Whatever the will
Board of County purpose you
and
Low monthly payments Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf
tist.JUNE sioners Saturday agreed in the ing the legislation sponsored by find Democrat classifieds do
small Contact Joe Brin-
equity.
This Friday night at the high 13 Langford Buildersvs. form of a unanimous vote that the Florida Bar Association, the Job, quickly and welL son. nc tf FOR SALE-New and used pian

school dance there will be a band Daniels Funeral Home; Ad- each commissioner take full responsibility deemed the enactment of a pub- DEADLINE- -FOR-INSERTION- os. Frier Music Co.. North Oleic

from 9:30 to 10:30.: This dance is vent Christian vs. Westwood Bap- for any orders that lic defender system in the stateto 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between Ave.. Live Oak, 362-2188.

for high school students only, and tist.JUNE he may give to county road em- be in the best interests of the LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Dr. B. E. Daniel's office cge tf

will be the last regularly sche- 18 Daniels Funeral ployees. courts, members of the Bar. and 2H cents per word with a and A & W Root Beer Stand
duled dance of the school Home vs. Advent Christian; West- in the public. 40 ft 137 foot deep
year. The action was taken response minimum .tf 75*. frontage, IF YOU HAVE GUM, HICKORY -
There will be special dances and wood Baptist vs. Langford Build- to confusion and misun- The resolution pointed out thatit (All classifieds must be paidin $8000. cge tf CYPRESS OR OTHER

parties announced throughout the ers.JUNE derstanding generated by a recent has become a practice in the advance.)
1 summer for high school students.All 20 Daniels Funeral letter to the county road foreman Circuit Courts, particularly the ONE WEEK FREE FOR SALE -Brick veneer home, HARDWOOD TIMBER FOR
SALE CALL H. C. CROSS &
Home vs Westwood Baptist; Ad- and employees in which the board Third Judicial Circuit, to appoint Classifieds ordered for four screened porch, large shadedlot.
baseball players who wish to vent Christian vs Langford Build- ordered that there be no further counsel in certain cases to repre- weeks run the last week free. Choice location. Call 362- SONS AT 362-2079 FOR TOP
$2.25 will for a 30 word 3274. tf PRICES. pdjj j 50-
pay
participate in any of the baseball instances of county equipment, sent clients without compensa- advertisement for four weeks. cge

leagues sponsored by the' Recreation ers.JUNE 25 Westwood Baptistvs. materials or personnel used on tion. The recent decision by the Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds FOR SALE 800 ft. facing High
Department by Advent Christian; Langford Supreme Court making it man- FOR SALE: Three used refrigerators -
may come private property. for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. way 129 thru to Hamilton St.. 4
t the Recreation Center at any time Builders vs. Daniels Funeral Since the letter of instructionwas datory for the courts to appoint blocks of City Hall, sidewalks, two electric, one gas

and pick up a registration form. Home. issued two weeks before, the counsel for all indigent defend- s white way lighted centered Phone 3621148. pbbe 51-

These forms must be filled out JUNE 27 Westwood Baptistvs. county employees have declinedto ants has placed a considerable with 30' x 60' air conditioned FOR SALE Small Engine Sale3

signed by the player's parents, Langford Builders; Advent work on certain areas that the burden upon attorneys engaged in brick store building 6 room, 2 and Service. Lawn mower service -
and turned in to the Recreation Christian vs. Daniels Funeral county had heretofore maintain- private practice the resolution VISIT ANNIE'S machineless.BEAUTY and SHOP.cold bath brick house adjoining. Best and parts. Farm-ette and
Department prior to June 22. No Home. noted.In Machine
of everything throughout. This Economy Lawn and Garden
will be registered to after listed first in the ed.Saturday's other business the board wave permanents given. Ope-
one play The team action by the board property suitable for shopping tractors. Prices from $399. El-
rators Annie H. Mills, Myr-
that date.Swimming schedule for each game will be did not rescind this initial order. voted to authorize Orkin Exter- tice Croft- and Frances John- center, motel, restaurant and ectric Service Co., 905 5th St
considered the home team for Rather it designed to relieve minating Company to spray the
was
Phone 362-1831. tf lounge, truck stop, or any busi- Phone 362-3051. pbbe 51-
lessons will begin that game. The first game is the county road employees of responsibility Courthouse one time for $40 and son. cge ness. When interstate opens

June 17 and will continue in four, played from 7:00 8:30 p.m. in any situation wherea once per month for the next six Douglass High School parents and travel much heavier. To inspectcall WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCT

two week sessions for eight weeks. and the second game from commissioner may give a direct months at $20 per spraying. patrons are urged to join their 362-1028. caf 2 Watkins Quality Products Tra-

Swimming registration will begin 8:30 10:00: p.m. order that work be done. County Clerk Lavaughn Ses- P-TA now. We need your help. ditional in America since 1863

June 1. (Held Over From Last Week) Resignation AcceptedIn sions explained that the Court- Call J. L. Bevell, principal, 362- FOR SALE Three bedroom are brought to you exclusivelyby

The summer program at the other action, the board accepted house is plagued with roaches 1192. cge tf brick home tile bath, carport, your Watkins Dealer. For
All ladies interested in playing Live Oak-Suwannee County Rec- the resignation of County whose chief diet seems to be natural gas heating hot water prompt service call or come

softball please"contact the Rec- reation Department is about to Attorney W. J. (Dub) Winburn county records. Septic tank and drain field heater. Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. by Mrs. Willard Brannon's at

reation Department. Also anyone begin. The schedule at present is effective June 4. No action was The board approved a deputy cleaning. Suwannee Madison ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- Phone 362-1883, 485 BarclaySt.

interested in tennis lessons please listed below. taken toward securing a new attorney sheriff's bond for Daniel Nathan and Hamilton Counties. Call J. 2505. cfjj 2-9 ., SW Live Oak pbbe 51-
contact the Recreation Depart- Baseball registration for boys for the board. Skinner. W. Darby Jasper, after 6 p.m.
will next . cajj tf FOR SALE Three bedroom FOR SALE Good used piano
7-15 of age begin
years me commission adopted a resolution -
last BOARD OF PUBLIC Medallion Home, bath and a Reasonably priced. Call 362-
20 and will MINUTES
Monday, May requesting the Florida Leg LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With
Good Q'ualityTennis until the second week of practice. islature to enact legislation creat- INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE Dex-A-DIet. Full week's supply98c. half all electric kitchen carport 3190. pbbe 1-3

Rackets 5.95 Men's softball will begin play ing the office of public defenderof COUNTY FLORIDA Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 MAYNOR, landscaping MANOR, storage space. FOR SALE 1957 2 bedroom
SUBDIVISION
1 next Tuesday night and will run the Third Judicial Circuit and Live Oak, Florida house trailer with full bath. In
qt. through the last week in June. throughout the state. March 16. 1963 cge 2 excellent condition. Only $229
FARMERS: It takes to
Canteens . 1.98 Baseball practice for boys 15 The meeting was called to orderat make money. See your money coopera- FOR SALE Medallion Home, down and $43 monthly. Locatpd

Mess Kits 1.98 years old and under will beginon players will be divided into these 9:00 A. M. by Chairman Dick- tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. three bedrooms, two full baths, at Morgan's Trailer Park.
the afternoon of June 17 and man. Other members present were Terms to 7 See
Saturday:-June 22, and,all up years. all electric kitchen, central air r'jbe' 1-3
Spear Guns will continue for two weeks. The groups registration forms must be turn- Thonis Barnett, L. M. Crews Jr., North Florida Production Credit conditioning, porch and patio.
first week of practice all playerswill Henry Vann, and V. V. Brim. Association S. Ohio Ave., MAYNOR
:MANOR
from $7.95 u PMACK'S practice together. They will ed in by that day. No one will be Superintendent Everett L. Wil- 362-2588, Live Oak, Florida SUBDIVISION WHILE THEY LAST
allowed to register after that day. cajj tf cge 2
be divided into groups at. the There will be four baseball liamson was not present, due to 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49
end of the first week and will illness.W. .
SPORT SHOP practice in these individual groups leagues which will"be broken down H. Gray, Baptist Minister, LAWN MOWER SERVICE CallB. For SaleAutomotiveTRUCKS 5 ft. Dixie stepladder $3.98
into age groups as follows: Pee- A. Driver, 362-3051 or 362-
during the second week. The conducted the devotional.The .
Wee League 7-8 years: Tadpole reading of the minutes of 1086. pbbe 51-2 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98
League, 9-10 years: Little League FOR SALE
Let's Make It A Date At- 11-12 years; and Pony League, the meeting on March 5, 1963, Visit Branford's Beauty Shoppe. 7 ft. Duro stepladder $6.98
13-15 was deferred.A Cold waves, manicures, and 1958 Ford T-850 Tandem Dump
Parker's Drive In a years.If boy will reach the next letter was read from SamuelB. complete beauty services. Ope- 1960 International 190 Tandem 8 ft. Duro Stepladder $7 98

It's the perfect spot to eat no highest age group prior to Aug. Weiss concerning his request rators, Mary Drew Boatrightand Dump THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.

long waiting drive up and I ,- I, he must play in the next high- for a travel allowance in connec- Kathryn Sykes. Phone 935- 2 1961 REO Tandem Dumps 423 N.W. Howard St
served directly to you in your car. +4 est league. tion with his expenses in moving 3295. pbbe 52-3 Tel. 362-3675
Wonderful menu to choose from. Florida his
to Tampa, following
Lrl1
Swimming lessons will begin Very clean, good mechanically, cbjj tf
Open from 11 to 11
ajn. pjn. except 1''' 1\ resignation from the Suwannee __ ___
Fridays and Saturdays we approximately two weeks after good tires, reasonable. These
County School System. This request -
are open from 11 a.m. to 12 pjn. It school is dismissed for the sum- i You Get Full Value trucks ready for work. FOR SALE 8N Ford tractor

BIGGEST DRINK IN TOWN! \ mer and will last for eight weeks. was denied.A Plus Interest On Your cultivators, planters, harrow
letter read from W. R. 5 CALL
was 2528469DAYTONA
GIANT 24 OZ. COKES 30c These lessons will be divided into Earnings WithU. and bottom plow. Phone 362-
Hall, Principal of Suwannee High
ROOT BEER
four sessions of two weeks each 3531. 2-3
S. SAVINGS BEACH paej
16 Oz. 20 Oz. Gallon ., and the classes will meet every School, regarding the unloadingof

lOc 15c 40cPIT day of that two week session.A transported pupils at Nettie T BOND STAMPS pbjJ 2 FOR SALE Several thousand
Baisden, Pine View, and Suwannee -
varieties daylilk All color-
BARBECUE fee will be charged at the
BROASTED CHICKEN STEAKS time of registration and will cov- High School. This matter Given On WANTED lots of pink. Not able to care
referred to the Board's Com-
was for. Give away prices. Call
DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH er the pool admission for that
ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHESICE two week session. mittee on Transportation.A A Brake Transmission mornings, Julian E. Cross cge 2
CREAM Any one interested in women's request by Alex Purcell to be Service WANTED Around 100 acres,
granted professional leave on improved pasture land with FOR SALE Set of tobacco
Parker's Drive In i softball or tennis lessons please March 21 and 22, 1963, to. attend Lubrication, Wash water holes with or without a cookers in excellent condition,

JASPER HIGHWAY ment.contact the Recreation Depart- the Student Council Conventionin N house. Preferred client ready to Call 362-1681 or 3621881.

Daytona Beach, Florida, was Oil ChangeS buy. Write Nita Chesson. % caej 2-3

approved. Marshall Bailey Real Estate,
AT MACK'S SPORT SHOP
Bids were requested for a sound All Auto Repairs 1453-A Gulf to Bay Blvd.. Clearwater -
Now paddies $1.50 and
,
up
system. for Suwannee JuniorSenior Fla. ccae 52-2
VAPOR JET spin cast rods and reels. $6.95
High SchooL Requests for
I 66 SERVICE WANTED 50-75 acres unim- up; cat fishing rod reel. and
bids were mailed to the following
proved with highway frontage line, $4.95. Paint 2.98 gallon
Fully Automatic- Diesel Fired Tobacco Curer firms. in exchange for substantial cge 2
Fidelity Sound, Inc., Jackson- I __
equity in modem 3 BR home.

Write Owner Box 3048, Lake (Office Supplies at MeCrimoa'

PRESCRIPTIONSPROTECT MONUMENTSWe I City Fla. pbJJ 2-3

I WANTED Acreage in Suwannee 0 Motor Rewinding

have a complete fine of County within at least 5 or

monuments built to your specifications 6 miles from town but will con-
Repairs and
and erected on your sider others. Call Pete Shea, Rewinding
cemetery plot. Suwannee County Hospital or Any Kind Electric Motor

i Call or come by and see our Lee, Fla. 971-5416. cge tf Also Sales and Service
CALL
display at 416 E. Howard Street.
McCuUers Electric Motor Repair
FOR RENT Telephone Day 362-3278

JAMES B. DANIELS -Night 362-2326

FOR RENT 4 room unfurnished 217 E. Howard St
FUNERAL HOME apartment. Call 362-1835 af- Hunter Bros. Building

: ter 2 pjn. paej 1-2 cajj tf

YOUR HOUSE FOR RENT NW corn
L FAMILY'S HEALTHWith HELP WANTED er of Ruby and Jackson Streets, O STOLEN

Ingleside Sub-division Live
-
A Regular Checkup WANTED Short order cook Oak. See W. C. Airth Phone STOLEN Boys Schwinn bicycle
Cuts Curing Costs 30-40% And MoreSEE From Your Doctor. good salary Apply A & W Drive 362-1485. cbbe 2-4 from Allmar Theatre Saturday
And If He Should Prescribe In. cge tf night. Bicycle is black with

Remember Our COTTAGES FOR RENT Lots white stripes on fenders, chrome
A DEMONSTRATION TODAY ATFUCO WANTED -Boy 16 or over to i
RPERTPRESCRIPTION the at for sale. Dekle Beach Inc., book rack, extra seat rack on
work: through summer
SERVICE A & W Drive In. Please applyin Perry Fla. Taylor County rear fender brakes and gears on
: : CHEMICAL COMPANYVAPOR tf Running Water Hot and Cold handle bars. Reward for infor-

HUNTERREXALL person. cge I II I Make reservations at storeon mation leading to the return of

} JET DISTRIBUTOR CURB HELP Wanted at A&W the Beach. this bicycle. Contact Mr. Blevinat

Phone 362-2092 LIVE OAK FLORIDA DRUGS Drive In. Please do not telephone Address inquiries P. O. Box 518 Gold Leaf Restaurant.
,
I. JOHN BIUS Pharmacist apply in person. cge tf .-" ,,1. pdjj 2-5 cabe 2:

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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


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Memorial Folk Show Lauded Sentences (Carter Eighth Grade Set
Mayor AssignedTo James 0. Watson, 4-H Clubs Meet\ ,
Graduation RitesThe

Florida Festival Performers To i Man To 30 Days Texas BaseTHOMAS Eighth Grade class of Funeral ServicesMr. Hold

Suwannee Junior High School Programs

Appear In National Folk Event : will have its graduation exercises James Ollan Watson 60,
On City StreetsMayor : Thursday May 30, 1963, at was fatally injured in'an auto CLATLAND
Several of the performers who made the recent 11th 12:30 p.m. in the Agricultural accident Saturday three and six- Two special guests attended the

annual Florida Folk Festival the most successful in history j J. Marvin Phillips in Coliseum.All tenths miles west of Live Oak. Clayland School 4-H Club meettug -

have been invited to participate in the 26th National Folk City Court Monday sentenced 4r0' friends and relatives of He was a resident of 1343 Alt- Tuesday morning. They were-
Freddie Joe Robinson of Live Oak the graduates are invited to attend LeTrell Ezell, Girls 4-H County
man Road Jacksonville
Festival to be held in Covington, Ky., :May 23-24-25. for the
"The Foster Memorial staff is particularly proud of to 30 days on the city streets for the ceremony. past 22 years and a retired U .s. Council President and Margie
McDonald, who food dem-
his second reckless driving offensein Navy Chief Petty Officer. gave a
the fact that Thelma A. Boltin,
to 25,000 spectators in the park less than 60 days. Survivors include his wife Mrs. onstration on "Batter-Dip Dogs".
Florida Folk Festival director fined Robinson Mrs.\ Dora Deas Elizabeth Tillman ted a d *e-
for the seven shows.Student. The Mayor initially Evelyn Watson, Jacksonville; two
Thel-
Cousin ,
known to many as r $25 and $2 costs and gave 2. 2vQpw.S daughters, Mrs. Peggy Maupin tional; Betty Bonds and Edith

ma will head the national tale telling event division ,"- him a suspended 10-day sentence. Funeral ServicesMrs. Dodge City, Kan., and Miss Susan Richardson led pledges to the
of the However, when the defendant declared Watson Jacksonville flags; and recreation was conducted -
Foster L. Barnes, director, said SHS Body ; one step-
tI .< by Linda Goodwin.
this,,week. he had no money and "justas E Dora Deas, 66, a residentof daughter, :Mrs. Narma Lea Rodi-

"She not only serves as special I well go on to jail now", Phil- Jasper, died Thursday, May 16, fer, Monterey, Calif.; three sons,
Memorial, Elects Lamar Nash lips gave him 30 days. in a Jacksonville hospital follow- James, Andy, and Paul Watson, PINE VIEW
for the
events director
Police Chief Elwood Howard all of Jacksonville two The last 4-H Club meeting for
ing a brief illness. ; step-
but also is chairman of folk music testified that Robinson sped down this school year for Pine View
sons, Jasper W. Wynn and Don-
Federation of Council PresidentThe Mrs. Deas is survived by her
for the Florida
Third 5th was held Wednesday. Thirtr-
Anderson Street crossed
Y. husband, William H. Deas of ald Lee Wynn both of Jackson-
Music Clubs and for the National two members attended and Gail
Street nearly out of control and L. CARTER Jasper; one son C. W. Dsas of ville; one brother Henry G. Wat-
Federation of Music Clubs. student body of Suwannee includingthe Palmer gave the devotional and
alarmed several people, ;
Winter Haven two son, Jonesboro, Ga.; one sister
Barnes said that Jack Parker, High School Friday, May 10, elec- chief, who was in his back Airman Thomas L. Carter of Mrs. Ross Paul; of Tavares daughters.and Mrs. Florence Wilson, Atlanta Lajena Howell and Charlotte

whistler extraordinary from Or- ted Confederate Party candidate yard picking plums when Robin- : Live Oak, is being reassigned to Mrs. Walter Bensch Orlando Ga.; and twelve grandchildren. Black led pledges to the flags.
lando, the Milton Precision I Lamar Nash, president of the son flashed by. Sheppard AFB Tex., for technical of ; Funeral services Outstanding demonstrations by
four sisters were conducted -
Mrs. Curtis Davisof
Square Dancers from the Florida I Student Council for the 1963-64 Howard said he then arrested training as a United States Air Gainesville, Mrs. Claude Jern- at 3 pjn. Tuesday in Mace- 4-H members made up the pro

Panhandle and the Daves Brothers school year. Robinson carried him to jail, and Force refrigeration specialist. igan, Mrs. Noah donia Baptist Church in Jack- gram. Foods. Cindy Shepard -
instrumental and folk sing- Other Confederate Party can- released him on bond. Airman Carter, who enlisted in Bailey, and Mrs. "Deviled Eggs"; Clothing Mari-
sonville with burial in
Floyd Waters, all of Live Oak the River-
ing group from West Palm Beach didates swept into office included Later Howard said a call to the Air Force a short time ago two brothers Claude of; side Memorial Park with full anne Nott -"Place Mats"; Food

also are expected to appear on John Perry Alford vice presi- the police department alleged that has completed his initial basic Live Oak and Sidney Harper of Mil tary Rites at the graveside.J. Jennie Ross and Sandra Aber-
the National Folk Festival pro- dent; Mosely Green, secretary; Robinson had returned to the military training at Lackland. Gainesville. Harper B. Daniels Funeral Home crombie 'Tacking A Pionte

gram in Covington. He added that and Richard Avery treasurer. scene of the occurance and got The airman is the son of Mrs. Funeral services for Mrs. Deas was in charge. Lunch; and Clothing Sally Brown
Diane Weldon, talented teenage Nash defeated Lewis Ward into a hassel with a family for Pearlie M. Dorsey of 421 N. Shelby were conducted '. "Sewing Box".
Gainesville folk singer, and the presidential nominee of the Su reporting him to the police. Ave. Saturday May 18, Gail Palmer led the group in
at 2
in the New
Carver Elementary School sing- wanneecrat Party. the two intra- Robinson admitted he went to' tist Church pjn. in Hamilton Hope County.Bap- NFJC Graduation the game "Give".

ing games group from White school political parties were form- the home but denied having any Landowners Urge To Rev. Norman Rowell officiated.
received invitations also, ed Monday and the whirlwind
Springs about the inci- WELLBORN
but could not accept. campaign ended with a rally and dent violent with argument the people whom he Place Seedling OrdersFarm bett Marvin Deas accompanied O'Cain and by Mrs.Charles Cor- Rites ScheduledFlorida's President Hazel Fisher called 21

"Thousands of Floridians who speeches from all of the candi- had a few minutes before fright- Forester Wyman Garland 1 Rhoden members of the Wellborn School
two
heard Bob and Evelyne Beers of dates on Thursday morning. ened. who serves Suwannee and Hamil- sang songs, "Rock Of Secretary of State 4-H Club to order for their last:
on the banksof The two party chairmen Del ton Counties this Ages" and "Face To Face". Tom Adams is scheduled to make
Kirkwood, Mo., sing In other action, Robert Elliot week urged Pallbearers meeting this school year. Vonei&e
the Suwannee River during the Williams of the Suwanneecrat Perry faced the court and plead landowners to place orders for ring, Park Deas were Wilson Her- the commencement address to Boyette gave the devotional; and

Festival will be interested to know and Wally Edwards of the Con- guilty to reckless driving. The seedlings now and begin site prep- Stewart Adams, Melvin Corbett Deas 1963 graduates of North Florida pledges to the flags were led by

that they, too will participate in federate presented their party's charge was Perry's first offense.He aration. and J. B. Lassitor. Smith, Junior College Monday, June 10, Elaine Ryals and Jean Downing.

i the national program" Barnes platform at the rally. was fined $15 and refundedthe Garland said that advance orders I. Mrs. Deas was buried in the at 10:30 ajn. in the Madison The program consisted of the
Voting began Friday morning balance of his $25 bond. will get priority attention at. New Hope Baptist Church. following: A report on the Coun-
said.The Cemetery.
National Folk Festival is and results indicating victory for Charles Leman Bell plead guiltyto the nursery when lifting of the Harry T. Reid This graduation, with exercises ty Dress Revue; a team demon-
directed by Sarah Gertrude Knottof the Confederates was announced reckless driving and was fined seedling crop for shipment begins. of Jasper was in charge.Funeral Home to be held in the church follOwing stration on Table Setting by Mar-

Kentucky, who organized the Friday afternoon. $15. It was Bell's first offense. After the lift begins seedlings Adams' address, will be tha Stansel and Voncilfe Boyette;
first Florida Folk Festival in Other candidates nominated on Robert Anderson, colored plead may not be available to fill delayed the fourth in the history of the and a team demonstration on

1952 and also directed it in 1953. the Suwanneecrat slate in addi- guilty to his first offense of public orders, he said. Infant Dies In college President Marshall Ham- making an apron by Colleen and
Miss Boltin has directed the colorful tion to Ward were Lloyd Adams drunkenness and received a Seedling application forms may ilton said this week. Marleen Burnham.A .

event since 1954. vice president; Jenny Crapps sec $10 fine and $2 costs. Collie Wal- be obtained from any farm forester I The baccalaureate sermon will Model Achievement Reeord

The 11th anual Florida Folk retary; and Martha McFarland ter; Reed, colored, was fined $15 county ranger, the nearest Premature Birth be given in the First Baptist was shown and explained by Miss

Festival held during perfect wea- treasurer. and $2 costs for fighting his Florida Forest Service office Church on Sunday, June 9, at 3 Bernice Shuler, home agent.
ther May 3-4-5 featured approxi- The out-going officers are mother. county agricultural agent soil William Skinner, infant son of p.m. Rev. George C. Bedell, chap- .

mately 2,000 performers who appeared President Peat Crapps Vice Presi- Other cases appearing on the conservation service technician, or Mr. and Mrs. Ambros Skinner of lain of the Episcopal Center, Flor- Highway accidents in the U. S.

one or more times each dent Elaine Dennis, Secretary Pat court docket included A. L. Teas- ASCS office. Garland concluded. Live Oak died in the Suwannee ida State University, is slated to took a record number of lives in
during the seven programs presented Wooley, and Treasurer Jean Hitt. to $2 jail County Hospital Sunday followinga deliver this sermon. 1962.
required pay
ley, drunk I $4 costs
; Benjamin Rucker, fol- premature birth. -
in the three-day period. --------
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costs; Robert B. Lee, recklessdriving | lowing too close, The infant
far the forfeited $15 is survived by his
"The crowds were by
forfeited $15 bond; James
bond; George Brown Tatum colored mother and father, one sister,
largest in Festival history, P-TA To Hear for- SANDY
Robert Thompson, speeding POINT FISH CAMPSanta
Barnes said. "Time and again the speeding, forfeited $15 bond. June Skinner, and one brother
bond Sam Rye driving
feited ;
$15 Rev. Fe River
Spivey Brabham pastor of Timothy Skinner. Grandparentsare Highway 129
seats all filled and many
were bondand
forfeited $25
license, '
without
spectators stood around the out- Survey ResultsThe the First Methodist Church, opened Mr. and Mrs. Hermond
costs Richard Filmore, RESTAURANT
$6 ; this week's court session Strickland.He NOW OPEN
door stage. Many visitors came colored drunk, forfeited $15 and
Live with prayer. Last week, May 13, was buried in the City
Oak
and Parent-Teachers
in the morning
to the park $4 costs; Fred Tillman colored, CATFISH _All You Can Eat
Rev. Nelson
enjoyed all three shows. Others Association will meet for its most driver's license, forfeited $50 B. Melvin, pastor of Cemetery on Monday, May 20.

came every day during the event t j important meeting of this school no bond and $4 costs; Willie GeraldWhatley livered the Advent the Christian Church de- Suwannee Funeral Home was in $1.50

and saw all or most of the seven i1 year on Monday night May 27, at reckless driving, forfeited opening prayer. charge.

' programs." 8 pm., in the Junior High Audi- $25 and $2 costs; Thomas Neal STEAKS CHICKEN _SEAFOODSFUN

I Unofficially Barnes guessed torium. Pert drunk, forfeited $15 and $2
" that there were as many as 20,000 During this school year the costs Charlie Lee Owens, colored, DANCEEVERY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY .

teachers were required to attend a drunk, forfeited $15 bond and $2 WE CATER TO PARTIES
class, E.D. 682, on self evaluationof colored,
f costs; Frank Smith, SATURDAY NIGHT
ResolutionWHEREAS the schools. A report of their drunk forfeited $15 bond and $4 WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES Motel Cooksheds Fishing Bait. Boats. Ramp Camping
findings will be Trailer Park. Swimming, Free Picnic Tables
given by Professor costs; Willie Lloyd Jerrels, reck-
FROM
9 TO 1
it has been made to John Moorman, who was in less driving, forfeited $25 bond. WE SERVE NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESFor
ENJOY AN EVENING OF
of County \ charge of this DANCING
appear to the Board course. This reportof Cases before the court last Reservations Call 9353471C.
Commissioners in and for Suwan- faculty findings will cover all week May 13, were Abraham Fill- THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S

nee County, Florida, 'that the areas of the school except the more, colored, no driver's license, J. BROWN, Owner
Supreme Court of the United physical plant. forfeited $25 bond; Robert Elliot
States of America has by a recent The main project of the P-TA Perry, reckless driving, case con- II

pronouncement made it obligatory during this year has been to con- tinued; James Darling, colored, OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO
upon the courts of the several duct a survey of the physical facilities speeding forfeited $15; Johnny MINORS ALLOWED SUWANNEE
states to furnish counsel to indi- of the school to determine Ben Craig, colored no driver's VALLEY DAIRIES

gent defendants who are charged what improvements will be neces- license forfeited $25 bond; W. T.

+ with a crime in the courts sary to assure Suwannee High Jerrels, reckless driving, forfeited

throughout the nation; and School of passing the upcoming $25 bond; Franklin James Mob- Drive In StoresFour
WHEREAS, it has become a re-accreditation evaluations to be ley, speeding, case continued: GO MODERN WITH jlf WARRENGAS FUEL

practice in the Circuit Courts of held in the fall of 1963. Lewis Reed, colored, speeding,
the State of Florida and specifi- The report on the results of this forfeited $15 bond; Junior Ross I -'iTT

cally the Third Judicial Circuitof P-TA survey will be given at this colored, fighting, forfeited $25 WORTH MORE --: Stores To Serve You-
Florida to appoint counsel as P-TA meeting.Dr. .
bond and $2 costs; Kenneth Rob- LOUISE BLOCKER
required; andWHEREAS Zinober P-TA president, Williamson No. 1, reckless .. Manager
those lawyers thus urges all P-TA members to be
driving, forfeited $25 bond; Ken- THREE IN LIVE
in present for this because OAK
appointed have been serving meeting. neth, Robert Williamson No.2,
ONE IN BRANFORD
this capacity without any fee or forfeited $50 bond; Charles Fen-

compensation for .said services; nell, drunk forfeited and
$15 $2
and Cancer Board To Meet costs; Bennie White, colored, disorderly its cured Homogenized

WHEREAS although no mis- The American Cancer Society conduct, forfeited $15 MILK Gallon Jug 90t
giving is contemplated or expressed Board will meet at the Gold Leaf bond and $4 costs; Lamar H. Har-
' \\'z Gals. In Glass 46c
with the propriety of said Restaurant Tuesday at 9 am. rell, drunk, forfeited $15 bond and with

practice the Board of CountyCommissioners ; President Mrs. E. L. Kent urged $2 costs; Johnnie Warren, color- BUY YOUR MILK IN GLASS FOR NATURAL
do recognize thatoften members to attend this meeting. ed, drunk, forfeited $15 bond and FLAVOR.
SAVE 24c A GALLON.
times this imposes a substantial -

{ burden upon members of Golden Guernsey Milk power-packed with protein

the bar; andWHEREAS, it has been made to WARREN GASe /2 Gal. In Glass . . . 48c

appear to the Board of County
Commissioners aforesaid that the

I Florida Bar is sponsoring legisla- BUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE
tion providing for the creation of
the office of Public Defender and PLEASEDON'T Dependable Warrengas gives you even heat distribution, i OLD FASHIONED1tIILK
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office with adequate salary staff uniform color and texture. % Gal. 32C DRINK 46c

and assistants; and No danger of spoilage during the curing process.Warrengas GlassORANGE % Gal.

WHEREAS, the Board of Coun- GOFISHING No smoke,odor or fumes-no danger
f ty Commissioners aforesaid regard is the LP-Ga /" of contamination. DRINK l'z GAL. 29c
member theo : IN GLASS
the enactment of such legis-

lation to be in the best interestof :aw mY iIIJB h BET HIGHER PRICES FOR
tne Courts Members of the oetrdeum THIS WEEK'S SPECIALIt's

i Bar and the public generally. o oe nxLIVE BETTER TOBACCO: new 'tis different, country style .
NOW THEREFORE,be it resolved
patties, & oz. VegetableMARGARINE
by the Board of County Commissioners -
' in and for Suwannee 2 for
County, Florida that the legisla- OAK ............ 19c
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ture of the State of Florida be
and it is hereby requested to en- LOW FAT J.2.GAL. 40c
act legislation creating the office UNTIL YOU CATCH A COMET AT IN GLASS

of Public Defender for the Third E. Howard St. Ph. 362-2424
Judicial Circuit of Florida and YOUR MERCURYDEALERS'Sdy THIS WEEK'S SPECIALFla.

elsewhere throughout the Stateof Fresh Large
Florida for the various courts

and that a copy of this Resolution EGGS 3 doz.
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ton Roberts. Senator; the Hon. 6 DOZEN

Leon McDonald Member of the S RADIO CONTROLLED TRUCKS
+ House. of Representatives and to

' the members of the press. OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEIN SHOP FROM YOUR CAR

This the 21st; day of May, 1963.

Laure B. Roberson The compact with fine-car styling and best resale value record! : CURERS Your Milk A Full Day Fresher

Chairman Store Hours 8-7
-Monday thru Saturday
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SIX -_ :: SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA ... THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963

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: Leonard Herndon, Miss Shirley Buchanan Suwannee High

News From Branford

35, Of Branford, r----------- : Honor Roll


BY MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Funeral ServicesFuneral FIFTH Twelfth GRADING Grade PERIOD

Carol Adams
services for Leonard R. k
To Honor ?War Dead BHS GraduationRites Herndon 35, were held Monday Glenda Sharon Brim Bird

Scheduled May 20, at 3 pjn. from the First I-
Connie Cannon
Branford Post Methodist Church of Branford, ,
Legion Auxiliary Baccalaureate services will be Linda Carter
with the Rev. Robert Temple of
held in the Branford High Peat Crapps
Gainesville and Rev. W. E. Priest
Announces Memorial 'Poppy' Sale at School 8 p.m.Gym. Sunday, May 26, pastor officiating. : e :e\ GeneUe Willie Mae Croit Dee e

I Interment was in the Oak
Graduation exercises Hill be Wally Edwards
The American Legion Auxiliary Post 59 of Branfordwill Grove Cemetery, three miles east
held Thursday: May 30, at 8 Franklin Flowers
sell 25 connection with the of Branford.Mr. Jc ,
poppies Saturday, May pjn. in the gym. *& Candy Hampton
nation-wide sale by all auxiliaries. Herndon died Friday May Jeanette Hingaon

Everyone in the city will be asked to wear a Memorial 17, in a Lake City hospital aftera Jean Hitt

Poppy in honor of the nation's war dead, and make a. contribution Mrs. T. F. Beach County sudden he illness.had Born moved in Madison to Jen- Jewell McCall

to the country's disabledwar the three wars working at the Whipper Parramort
nings where he attended public
veterans and needy children. Veteran's Hospital. Bill Townsend
Funeral
Dies schools graduating in 1944. For
Completion of preparations for They are crepe paper replicasof Joanna Tsaerios .
the past eight he had livedin
Poppy Day was announced by the famous Flanders Field years Charlotte Wadswocfh
Branford where he had been
Mrs. Inez Humphries, auxiliary flower, the petit wild flower that Services HeldFuneral Eleventh Grade
employed by the St. Regis Paper
president and poppy chairman. grew on the battlefields and in the I Rose Bass
Company as its district .
Poppies have been made for the war cemeteries of Europe."I services for Mrs. T. F. manager.He Patty Bender
Veteran of World Warn
was a
auxiliary by disabled veterans of hope everyone understandsthe Beach 83, were conducted Thursday I Bobbi Brabham
and member of First
a the
meaning of the poppies and May 16, at 2 p.m. at the Stassen Brim
Methodist Church of Branford.
will pin them over their heartsas Beachville Advent Christian Jenny Crapps
3\Irs. HonoredOn Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Terry a proud tribute to those who Church with Rev. F. E. Day. pas- Richard Evans
78th BirthdayA have given their lives for America tor of Lake City officiating. Myrtle Herndon. one daughter. LeTrell Esell
Sheril. two and
Randy Jerry
held ," Mrs. Humphries said. Interment followed in the family sons Sheryl Folsom
birthday party was Herndon. all of Branford his
For the women of the American plot in the Swails Cemeteryseven ; Dorothy Harreil
honoringMrs.
15
Wednesday May ,
mother, Mrs. Nettie Herndon, Sti. C
Legion Auxiliary Poppy Dayis miles east of Branford. Pat Patterson
O. T. Terry onher 78th Lake Park Ga.; his father, Mel-.
one of the biggest events of the Mrs. Beach died at her home Phyllis Stansel
birthday.Mrs. year. This single day provides the near the Beachville Communityafter vin Herndon Branford; one sister Mr. and lIrs.VaUer E. Buchanan of Branford announce the Alaine Vann
bed
Terry has been a pa- Mrs. Cleon Downing, Augusta,
tient for some time. The party dual accomplishment of honoring a lengthy illness. Ga.; and one brother, Howard engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Shirley to Lenna Walker
was given by Miss Lilla Crosier America's war dead and raising Born in Bradford County, she Herndon Lake Park, Ga. Colin J. Williams, son of Mrs. Lois Williams of Branford andC. Tenth Grade
funds necessary to continue aid had lived in Suwannee County Richard Collis
.
and Mrs. Susie Williams. Those Active pallbearers were Bill D. Williams of Newberry.The
attending were Mrs. Nellie Jam- to disabled veterans and needy since the age of 10. She was the Ware Marion Parker, John Johnson wedding will be Sunday, June twenty-third, at three Jimmie Ellis
children throughout the year.GA's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lee Harvard
:
erson Mrs. Avanell Crosby of St. Wilson Suggs, Howell Walker o'clock in the afternoon in the First Baptist Church of Branfordwith
Odom and a. member of the Kathleen McFarland
Petersburg, Mrs. Alma Slocum, and Leon Hatch. a reception to follow in the church annex.
Mrs. Ethel Lang Mrs. Nora O. Receive Awards Beachville Advent Christian- Honorary pallbearers were No local invitations are being sent but all friends and relativesare Harriet Richard Nobles
Church. Townsend
Cannon, Mrs. Minnie Ackly, Mrs. the Cregg Moses, Rudolph Hatch,
Wednesday night during and reception.
She is survived by two-daughters invited to attend both the wedding Mary White
Dessie Smith Mona Smith Mrs.
services at the Brownie Moses, Garner Avery,
regular
prayer Ninth Grade
Mrs. Pearl Bronson of Cler-
j Maude Lease. Mrs. Inez Humphries. the Jack Kelly, George Coker Dell
First Baptist Church was
Adams
mont, and Mrs. Ruby Adkins of Judy
Martha Sue Humphries, Mrs. highlight of G. A. Focus Week Holtzclaw, A. Perry Geiger Ever- \ I Birth Announcement Tommye Collins
O'Brien; two sons, O. D. Beach of
Mae Hatch Mrs. R. E. Mrs.
Hatch. of awardsto ette Howell, Bill Jones, N. C.
with the presentation
Annie Rousch Mrs. Bessie Hunt, O'Brien, and F.rvin Beach of Sapp Curtis Goodwin, Albert Lev Honors Mr. andnounce Mrs. Joe R. Baker an- Marjorie Dees
five G. A. girls. Haines City; one sister, Mrs. the birth of Friday, Janis Freeman
a
Mrs. Susie Sanchez, Mrs. Myrtle sort
Marcus
Lynda Lynch and Suzanne ngs Rawls George Taylor Miss
Sandlin, Mrs. Ora Peterson Mrs. Blanch Cerroll of Highland; and May 17, in the Alachua General Becky GillHarvey
Warren Nobles, Clyde Demp-
G. A. charm
Murray received their elect was
Lela Bradley. Mrs. Josie Hunt two, brothers. Clyde and Willie Hospital. The baby has been GilmorePat
the sey and Harry Johnston.
bracelet and charm for their laneous
Odom both of O'Brien. Joe Ricks Baker Jr. McLeod
and Mrs. named
Georgia
Thompson.The maiden step. Sara Nell Owens, Daniels Funeral Home of Bran- 17 at the Carolyn Nott
She had 28 grandchildren 11
hostesses served cake, Grif- ford was in charge.Woman's Cannon.
and
Peggy Fletcher, Cathy Jackie Ratliff
great-grandchildren and 3 great-
cookies, tea. and Cokes. .
received the "Ladies In DEMANDSThe
fith greatgrandchildren.Active; RED CROSS Hal Sahlman
Waiting" charms. flowers Jacaueline Yancey
Price narratorfor pallbearers were Archie Club Tea the living U. S. military buildup that
Mrs. Allen was Jay Bryan
FOR YOUR Gaylord, Edgar Davis, Cecil Roberts -
accompanied increased world ten-
the program and presentedthe B. E. Spooner Bill K. Honors New MembersA Cake and sions during the 1961-62 fiscal .
TREE TRIMMING & awards. the fifty Herbert A. May,
Thompson, and Larry Terry. Pittsburgh and
tea was held in the Woman'sClub year 'was matched by increased
TREE REMOVAL ceived Palm Beach business
executive
Honorary pallbearers were Bill Building Wednesday May demands upon the Red Cross for
TRENCHING OR Magnolia Baptist SingRev. Thompson[ Robert Odom Bobby 15. honoring all new Woman'sClub Hostesses assistance to members of the has been appointed a member of
Mrs. R.
DITCHING J.E. Norman,pastor of the Fletcher, Marion Parker Tommie members. Odom, and Armed Forces, veterans, and their the Florida Council of 100 b:;
First Magnolia Baptist Church, Bibby, and Thonis Barnett. Greenery was used in the urns families. Gov. Farris Bryant.DRIVERS .

CALL announces that the annual home- Daniels Funeral Home of Branford placed in the corners of the General Alfred M. Gruenther, "

i FloodConstruction coming services will be held Sunday was in charge. building, and an arrangement of Hatch ARC president, says that during
LICENSESARE
i May 26, with services at I dayhlies and purple asters-were the period the ARC gave help in

Co. 11:30 ajn. and dinner at 1:00 placed in one part qf the room. Blind \ emergencies to a monthly averageof THE MONTH RENEWABLE OF YOUR .

pjn. followed by an afternoon Branford An arrangement of pastel spring Leon D. 83,000 U. S. servicemen at military BIRTHDAY ;

362-2101 sing. Everyone is invited to attend flowers were displayed on the refreshment the lucky installations and hospitalsin REECE BROWN

., 4 and bring all singers. PersonalsMrs. table.Decorated ner of a this country and around the!I'' COUNTY JUDGE

cake squares, punch, given away world.
WWUWUMWMU mints and nuts were served to ,
t < 1352, Lake
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t Charles D. Williams Jr. those present. Hostesses for the The

: T DREW; O'STEEN and son of Columbus, Ga., returned tea were Mrs. D. B. Fletcher Mrs. student
home Saturday after spendingthe A. Jack Phillips, Mrs. Fred Jones, At the
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'- week here with relatives. Ac- Mrs. Malcomb Howell and Mrs. is SAFETYnUA.NtE

AT companying them home were Mrs. Leona Gunter. The
/ .
Fred Jones and Hilda Jones, who held at the PER.fOtu

returned home Sunday.R. Fidelis Golden Circle City May
O'Steen Shell Service Station ,
E. Hatch is a patient in man from
the Lake Shore Hospital having Hold Monthly MeetsThe ticket. DURABILITY

been admitted Monday.Mr. Fidelis and Golden Circle
Formerly and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch classes of the First Baptist (Lti/I/

and family were Saturday night Church held their regular monthly Card Of You gef'em all Jf
STATION- guests of Mrs. Hatch's father. C. meeting Monday night May 13, We wish
HATCH'S PHILLIPS 66
; D. Williams of Newberry.Mrs. at the home of Mrs. Lewis Bell. thanks ; in the
Walter E. Long of Jack- Eleven members and one visitor for all

sonville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. were present.Miss Minnie Duncan shown us
Invites you to come by and fill up with R. E. Hatch a few days this week. had charge of devotion and Mrs. our loved

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Jamersonand Glen Murray led in prayer.At We are

Shell Gas and your favorite brand of oil. daughter. Gay Nell of Bell, the close of the meeting Mrs. flowers :
visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bell served coconut cake, punch, May God : :

Jamerson and Mrs. Sanchez, Sun- and potato chips to her guests. prayer. ,

We change oil, filters, grease and wash, day afternoon.. The r
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

also fix tires.DREW Card Of ThanksWe "FLOEIDA'I SNAPPERaoooa

wish to express our sincere

thanks to each and every one ,
who were so kind and thoughtful -
(SAYS GIVE US A TRY! of us during our recent be- ONLY


reavement.We are.especially grateful foi ) @ rtJ@W&ffl!

Phone 935-2061 the flowers, food, cards, calls, and
visits. May God bless each of yot] :

is our prayer. _
BRANFORD, FLORIDA T. P. Beach and familj 30 inch
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THURSDAY, M.23, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


TO AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C D. Smith
LIVESTOCK No. 1
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County Agent's ColumnDOWNTOEARTH I What About Going To College? taxes have been lowered insteadof

REPORT ... ---- --- raised. Three changes Involving
It is true that colleges are ,the unemployment compensa-
By FLORIDA STATE T'M Ii crowded. Many of them receive tion system are provided in this
MARKETING BUREAU far more applications than they measure. It reduces the extra
BY PAUL HEWS can even consider. Yet there are federal
Di employment tax attribut-
upoiJUECIDE schools, good schools which are
able to the
Since August of 1962 there have in additional dollars to our families Cattle and calf trading at the ) 1 not so crowded. Researchers say Temporary Extended
WLLEEE. Unemployment
been six feeder pig sales throughout by going "whole hog" in rais- Suwanee Valley Livestock Market \ one reason that the college enroll- of 1961 Compensation Act
from 0.4
to 0.26 cent
North Florida. ing feeder pigs. We have, investi- Wednesday, May 15, dipped to 89 YsI4 ment picture is often so clouded per
i4' because of the fact that with respect to wages paid in 1963.
These graded feeder pig sales gated and found that we can compared with 122 sold at the ) many
This will
make
the combinednet
have been most successfuL How- double our income from livestock previous sale while hog sales remained possible students make multiple

ever, the one held in Live Oak on from the present 4% million dollars steady at a low 380 over ( applications.for admission One student to several may colleges apply -- 1963 federal wage 0.65 unemployment per cent -tax apart for

January 24 experienced many to 9 or 10 million dollars in a last week's 343.
and thus this one individualis from any reduced credit provis-
problems and yet we feel that the few short years. Raising more and Elsewhere around the state, 16 vwrnii counted seven times. ions that might apply to certain
farmers understood + & better feeder pigs is one of the livestock markets reported sales
ff'% *& *wsF
: ,{ Junior colleges, while often second states. It will be recalled that in
: .. _....
< cattle calves
; totaling 6,053 and ;
the ft of increasing our farm ----- -
many ways
ProbfiJl ., THE WEEK'S LETTER "I ; choice with students, are not 1961 at a period when we had a
;f-x and 6 and : OUR REPLY By all means, if
lems like ex- ;. income. We trust that more of our 1,951 hogs pigs; goats; second best. Many of them
i. ; from school this always high level of unemployment. Con-
high
graduate have the
you qualliicationsandthe
tremelyweather cold .;tz/> people will become interested in 1 sheep. Total receipts reportedby have excellent ratings and offer
: : and have not definitely decided to If gress provided for a program of
year opportunity-go college.
low hog f'.. f\ ,. this project and let us show all eleven markets totaled $317- well-rounded scholastic programs.
upon going to college. Justto you have not settled upon a career temporary extended unemploy-
prices, and high1h:y: Ii the state that Suwannee Countyis The student who chooses his
be I have made ment
; 755.According sure, though, perhaps your studies in col- compensation benefits, and
This i l. for good, clean to George C. Averyof classes with has little
corn prices. | headquarters application for admission to care more also
will
t .? sev- lege open a real field of Interest provided a means for the
resulted in a dec;: : graded feeder pigs. the Florida State Marketing I to lose when moving from a junior
A eral schools. But, I have some for you. If you sit around, repayment of these amounts expended -
oressed price for ", Many people have mentioned to Bureau, trading was active with questions. Should I let my choiceof waiting for the spirit to move you college to a senior college than In 1961 to the general

feeder pigs! lot :.,.,r..t-x, me that we need to have a sale demand good for all classes.: a career determine the schoolI to decide to be a doctor, lawyer,I he would moving from one four- fund of the Treasury.
this particular! f each month. I agree that we need Slaughter cows were strong while will attend? There is a junior or whatever you may lose the I year institution to another.
sale heOak re in Live!_ more sales rotating from the Live other classes were few or absent, college not too far away that I opportunity to go to college at alL If m Jaay. a '....r. _r.M.. ywarn .. Congress provided for a tax
1.. .... with respect to 1962
other sales here Oak the he said. think I would like to attend. Would And going to is ambition .1. .r a..i..r.atr. : wages and
While the to Gainesville area. These college an t. .ak., attr... y..r fetter t. 1963
of
in Live Oak, Gainesville, and recommendations from our farmers Avery noted that feeder-stocker I be wasting my time by not going that thousands of boys and FOB AND ABOUT TEENAGERS wages 0.4 per cent on all
Ocala have been very satisfactory, will be passed-on to the Flor- steers and heifers were few while directly to a four-year school?" girls never realize. SERVICE.NATIONAL FRANKFORT.WEEKLY NEWSPAPER KT. wages subject to tax, namely

we want to bring a few points to ida Feeder Pig Committee and we cows were fully steady and calves net wages up to $3.000 a year. The

the attention of our farmers. feel that something can and will steady to two dollars lower but Federal In Florida EXILED ISLANDERS unemployment tax is the am-
ount that
Holdings must be paid to the
The next sale that will be held be done about this request from about steady with the sale two
and Postage stamps will put Tristanda federal government after the em-
8,
in Live Oak will be Aug. our farmers. weeks ago.
then there will be three additionalsales a. Feeder-stockers made up 72 Soar To Exceed $1.2 BillionReal Cunha's dispossessed islandersback ployer takes the allowable credit
two on their feet. A volcanic for state taxes and for the state
lined up in Gainesville per cent of the run while calves
weeks later, with one in Live Oak Wildlife Food were 46 per cent of the total.A estate, buildings and facilities owned in Floridaby eruption in 1961 drove them into experience rating.It .
should
unhappy exile, the be pointed
and vanguard out that
and another one in few good slaughter steers
on Oct. 10 the federal,government were valued at $1,121,048,000in
returning in April 1963, unemployment benefit
must standardsare
rebuild -
Gainesville Nov. 14. These graded brought $22.50-$23 per hundred June of last the Florida
State
Chamber of Com-
year,
Now AvailableSuwannee homes, replant potatoes and fixed by the states and not
of the
afford and heifer sold
feeder pig sales one pounds one utility
good' merce reported yesterday in its Weekly Business Review. re-establish the spinylobsterpacking by the federal government. The

best pigs ways that come of a buyer from buying clean farms River Soil Conserva- for Cutter$18. and utility cows sold u "This value, placed I_ at .cost, was 72 per cent more plant. The main group Congress has resisted attempts to
man tne comparable 1956 figure will return in fall. fix standards for
tion District Board Chairman J. unemployment
when put
and are already to go from 13251575. A few canners
feed. Dan Ross announced that Brown brought $12. Utility and commer- according to official inventoriesof Since! some federal acreage was The British Colonial Office has compensation, leaving this to the

on Th graded- feeder pigs are Top millet and Combine Pea can cial bulls sold from $16$19.75.Calves federal properties," the Review sold in the interval and more expensive authorized a special Tristan da states where peculiar conditionsthat

checked on the farm and are now be ordered through the local were absent from the run. pointed out."Federally. lands acquired, the cost Cunha stamp issue to help finance exist with respect to unemployment
owned land in the figure last was 60 cent the return and rehabilitation be best be
treated for internal and external Soil Conservation Service office One choice feeder-stocker steer year per of can handled.
parasites. They have been all for wildlife food plantings.This brought $22.25. Medium heifers state totaled 3,327,000 acres which over 1956. Lands at Cape Canav- some 250 former inhabitants of .
cost 54929000. The acreage is eral under contract for purchasewill the 37-square-mile South Atlantic
seed is made available at
treated for cholera and are normally traded from $17-$19, and com-
of high-quality pigs. Without cost by the State Game and Fresh mons brought $15-$16.75. slightly under the 1956 figure not be included in these tabulations island the National Geographic (School Supplies at McCrimon's)
but still accounts for 10 per cent until the is Society
that has Water Fish Commission. The I purchase com- says.
exception, every buyer Common cows brought $14-$16,
of
total
the land of Florida.
area pleted.
bought feeder pigs at these sales Combine Pea is ten cents a pound Inferiors sold from $10-114.25, anda LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZING.DISCING
have been pleased with the out- and it takes about 15 to 20 poundsper few common cow-calf pairs "All types of buildings owned

come. These pigs continue to acre when broadcast or 8 to brought 15751625. ...., .. -'.' by the federal government In
grow and do well when fed in 10 pounds when planted in rows. One good calf weighing between ;, .-.. Florida numbered 12,971 last year Small or Large Areas

confinement as most of them have The Brown Top millet sells for' 250-475 pounds brought 2425. with a price tag of $516,511,000,

been. thirteen cents a pound and 10 to Mediums brought $20-$23.50, a 75 per cent gain during the six CALL

Pigs born during the next 30 15 pounds per acre are needed commons sold from $17.75-$20.75, f-r year interval. Facilities and other
days would be ideal feede?'1 pigs when sowing It broadcast.For best and Inferiors averaged $16-$18. irH! structures cost $649,608,000, up 72 H. TURNER

for the August sale. In fact, pigs results the millet needs to be fer- Good calves weighing between per cent."Florida. Night 963-2751

born during late April, May and tilized. 125250 pounds brought $25$28.25. .- ranks 15th among the Day 963-2373

June would be the ideal age for A quarter acre planting will Commons and mediums sold ,' 50 states in amount of land own- or write
the next sale. The weights accep- support a covey of quail throughthe from $21.50-$26.50. : : ed by the federal government and
table for the graded feeder pig fall and most of the winter. Hog Sales j 5 13th in the cost of lands, buildings P. O. Box 475

sale is from 30 to 130 pounds. We Orders have been received so far Mixed grades of 180-210 pound and facilities together." WELLBORN, FLORIDA ..I

hear many favorable comments from Charles McKee, O'Brien; gilts and barrows sold for $15.37

from farmers both selling and Clifton Greene and: Milton Moore, per hundred pounds, 210-240:

buying as well as from the bigger McAlpin; and Arthur Land, Live pounds $15.30, 240-270 pounds

buyers, normally the swill feeders Oak. $14.50 160-180 pounds $14.90,
about buying pigs where they 140-160 pounds $14.35 120-140

know they are getting the best. Wages and "fringe benefits" for pounds $13.20, 100-120 pounds A

We have only scratched the American steelworkers climbed $12.75, and 80-100 pounds $12.50.
surface of the soil at this early :from an average of $2.72 an hourin Most sows weighing between ?
date. We can sell thousands of 1955 to an average of $4.13 in 180-500 pounds brought $11.95-
feeder pigs each year and bring 1962 a 52 per cent rise. $13.30. Boars continued to sell at LIVE OAK FLORIDA
17. Phone 362-3111 .
-, Adults 50c Children 20c .-
Medium feeder pigs weighing g.1
Tar Included
SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR .
under 60 pounds brought $12- j BOX OFFICE OPENS

BUILDING NEEDS $17.50, mostly $15 and up. Medi- Monday Through Fri day, 3:15 i
um and: good pigs weighing between Saturday 12:45
PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. 60-90 pounds $14$15.50.One Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night: ..I:;

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES choice lot brought $16.75.

A few good lots weighing between THURSDAY, )IAY 23
We Make All Aluminum Screens To Order 90-125 pounds sold from 1

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EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE ,OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY
MAY 23.. 1963

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Drive-In LosesBeverage 4-H King, Queen Crowned At Annual Rally Bulldogs DeadlockIn gent needs of thee school system the City.

and are willing to pay their fair Cashier or Certified Check or Bid
LicenseThe Inter-Squad GameThe Bond in the am*>at ., 5 pr cent of
share to take an active part in bid price mutt be attached to Nd to in-
L & L Drive In in Live
,
Suwannee School lure delivery a* cfeeified.
High : countering this attitude that defeated BWeer to
Oak, has lost its alcoholic bev- Bulldogs in an intersquadbattle specify delivery date. The OHy reserves
erage license by order of StateBeverage the last bond program. the right to reject sly and all bM.
Richard Friday night fought to a The two-hour discussion evolv- City C** *n of the
Director B.
standstill with neither unit ableto City of Live Oak, Florida
Keating. produce a score.A ed into both the school board and Veraar Hmter. President

The action was taken in Tal beefy team of graduating the P-TA agreeing that some decisive ATTEST Harvey W.: Perry

lahassee. senior lettermen collided with action be taken as soon as City Clerk
Charges state that the licensee next year's unit and scrappedfor possible. 2-5
Bertha Mae Dempsey or an
occasions a frustrating 48 minutes School Board members said IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
employee on several only to be denied a touchdown. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
that bond
sold beer to minor without they felt a program
a
The high point in the bitter --fJORJDA. IN PROBATE
questioning the youth's age. defensive affray came in the would have a better chance of : The Estate of

Keating ordered the revoca- closing moments of the game passing if they were not person- FRED Deceased.L. NEWMAN.

tion effective at 7:00 a.m., May when the seniors recovered a ally engaged in the active sellingof Notice Of Ftt.g Petition For Ffaaal

30. fumble on the 1963 unit's 20 the program. P-TA members Discharge Of AdmfaUtratrix:
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN
*1 yard line. The seniors proceededto said they would push such a pro- Notice i* hereby given that I have:
;t ew -. drive down under the shad gram to the limit of their abilityif filed my final return .. Administrator
6 '-
Marcus Corbin ows of their opponent's goalposts Of the Estate of Fred L. Newman. rte-
they have the School Board'sendorsement ceased; that I nave flied
the my petition
; ::4 If but were stopped on for final discharge: and
I V and sponsorship.At that I will ap-
',.., six inch line In an awesome display ply to the Honorable Reeee Bmwr
Funeral ServicesFuneral /f the close of the session, County
of defensive prowess by the Judge of Suwaanee Count-,
>;-: i,,::" younger group. Dickman invited the P-TA committee Florida, on Jane 10, m. fw appro a i
services for Marcus I '<"': ,' Former Head Coach Gene to meet with the board Administrator of the same and of tbe for final discharge ai.
A estate of Fred L
Randel Daniel Corbin. 6. will be .'' Cox, who tutored the seniorsfor again in the near future and Newman deceased.

conducted Friday at 3:30 p.m. in tj .-, .g' : unit the should ramcsaid next a serious year's jointly determine the most expedient 2Srd DATED day of at May Live 194 Oak.|. Florida tti*

the Orange Baptist Church. Burial prove Bend providedits course of action to follow. S/ Robert R. Newman
Ti threat in the Big -
will follow in the church ceme- offense jells. Dickman emphasized that the
U School Board was anxious to take IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
tery.The IN AND FOR SUWANNEE
youth was born in Suwan- whatever action it feels the ma- FLORIDA. IN COUNTY.

nee County, and died Tuesday ina 20 Angus Cows AddedTo jority of the people in Suwannee IN RE: The Estate of PROBATE

Gainesville hospital following a Advent Home HerdThe County want done in behalf of I DELLA Der.sesd.C. MITCHELL

short illness. at their school system. Notice Of Film* Petition For Final
Advent Christian Home Discharge Of
Administratrix
is survived by his parents
He
Dowling Park has recently added TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Mr. and Mrs. James Corbin An- Netiee la hereby given tt I hi' "'
cows to its registered filed
twenty my final returns
Park three brothers. as aaimMrH-
Dowling ResolutionWHEREAS
; trix
herd. of the but of Della C. M.tohe:L
Robert and James Edward gus deceased that I
Vann. ; have fife my prtit'o,
Angus
Purchased from Hughes for
final
Corbin all of D wling Park; and A new county 4-H king and queen and prince Adicks, and Prince Greg Schofield, son of Mr. and Ranch in EUenton, the latest addition Herbert R. (Herb) apply to tM discharge HeDOrabie and Reese that RrI\\I m I'T'I

four sisters Mrs. Myrtlene Chew- and princess were crowned last week at the an- Mrs. Maurice Schofield. Boggus owner of Live increased the total herd to Wadsworth Jr., while a citizen of c..nt"Florida Judge of Swwannee Count.,

ning, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grant nual 4-H Rally and each of them received an Oak Jewelry Company donated and presented over fifty head. Live Oak and Suwannee County of the same on Jaa sad 21.for im final dfcehante for approval*v

Miss Emma K. Corbin and Miss award presented by local businessmen. Pictured ,engraved trophies to the prince and princess. Nott The herd's sire is Hughes Ei- always took an active interest in Admini.tratrk Mitchell deeea.of...the estate of Della I.

Alit Jane Corbin all of Dowling above (from left) are LaVoye Boggus, Princess vice-president of the First National Bank, pre- leenmere 8825, Angus Grand public affairs, and having an opportunity DATED at Live *k- Florida tIP-<
Park.J. to in larger 23rd day of May. 1 M.
Brenda Crews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul sented the bank award a silver tray to the Champion at the county fair last serve a I S/ Loreae M.
B. Daniels Funeral Home is phase of public affairs as Admin- Wplrl"nA.w.t.ratrir
in charge of arrangements. Crews; A. P. Nott Queen Mavis McDonald, daughter queen. And Adicks, vice-president of the Commercial fall. 2-5
istrative Assistant to CongressmanDon
U of Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDonald; Janice Bank, presented the'Commercial Bank's UI
Fuqua; and NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
Student To Attend Eubanks, former, queen and daughter of Mr. and trophy to the king. The new king and queen were No.2the WHEREAS, such service neces- Notice is hereby **.* that SALE I. Hugh\

Mrs. Floyd Eubanks; Jerry Cribbs, former king crowned by former king and queen, Jerry and cover of the Florida Alum- sitated a change of residence from Lewis Florida, a*in Sheriff and by of virtue S.wa .ee Count. ,
of that '
FSU Library Course and son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cribbs; King: Aubrey Janice. nus Magazine.In Live Oak, Florida, to Washington, tain "" ? !***** out of the Smail( -'

laame! -uoaingm. .nas oeen selected Goff son of Mr. and Mrs. Malcomb Goff; John Candy placed thirdin D. C.; andWHEREAS Claims County Court Florida ln wherein gel for D. L Suwannee McCraw

to represent Suwannee a state mathematics contest Herbert R. (Herb) I. PI&jtjff "d D. C. Gre* e. PTfba ,,,-

High School at a Summer Train- I and won the local Elks essay con- i Wadsworth Jr.. ably served the dent.shield Company./ Greeme's i. Top ftv n.!-

ing School of Library Science for BeachvilleRev. Cribbs Ross Join Douglass High Sets test on "The Dangers of Com I City of Live Oak as a member record of that of certain ""defendant<
Library Assistants at Florida Baccalaureate Rites munism to The American Way of I and Vice-Chairman of the Zoning have levied Suwannee upon and County.will offer Florida for I

State University from June 23-28. Life". Her entry placed third in Adjustment Board and as a mem- and sell to the highest and .best bidder uzi.:

Elaine daughter of Mr. and F. E. Day of Lake City In Army Exercise Baccalaureate services for the state contest. She was also a I ber of the Planning Board, freely for Hoase cash in at Live the Oak.front SawaDn"tloor of the ('ourt

Mrs. Thomas L. Boatright Route filled his regular appointmenthere ,, Douglass High School will be finalist in the National Merit giving of his time and counsel: Florida to .tIely said Jw4tr.m.nt Countr unit t

4, Live Oak, is one of a hundred Sunday, had good crowds Army Specialist Four Franklin held at the African Baptist Scholarship contest. and costs hours on 01 June sale 17.the 1941. during the legal
Cribbs and PFC Harvey D. Ross Church at 7:30 a.m. Sunday. She is Sunday School teacherat Herb) prOperty to.wit following described
high school library assistants and two good services. Rev. Day a WHEREAS, Herbert R. ( ;
took part in Exercise GRAND Rev. S. R. Bright, pastor of First Methodist Church One I b.p. air compressor. serial
the
throughout the state chosen to attend was accompanied by Mrs. Day I Wadsworth Jr. was unwaivering 237898. with I No.
this week-long course. and their granddaughter, Miss SLAM H May 2-7 with other the church will deliver the and was yoted the Most Intellectual I in his, ability to make decisions No. 60.04 a.d 2"h.p.0. air D&yte eoMPreslor Motor
members of the 10th Transportation baccalaureate sermon. The line in Class of 1963 by her class- tank No. PST 18T17 nd air
Elaine, a junior has been active Linda Day. for the public interest; and equipm.t comPnllor -
of march will begin at 7:15 a.m. I Typ. VAF $006.
in the high school libraryfor Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beach of Group in Germany. mates. I WHEREAS Herbert R. (Herb) aerial No. 276 99.Sowaunee.

the past two years. In addition Gainesville were guests of his Elements of the Canadian Candy said she intends ,to work Wadsworth Jr. in his capacity as I Hugh Lewis Co,5t7. Florida

she is a member of the Beta parents Mr. and Mrs. Willie French and German armed for- Nobles Urges SupportFor toward a Ph.D. in physics of Editor of the Suwannee Demo- 2.$ Sheriff

Club. the National Honor Society. Beach Sunday. ces also] participated in the exer- humanities."I crat and as a leader of local and NOTICE OF SPECIAL

and treasurer of the Future Ernest Spooner of Jacksonvillewas cises which was designed to test Outdoor RecreationGarth am also interested in the state political and civic organiza- by Notice I. hereby dYeD METER'S that under SALE and

Teachers Association for next a guest of his parents, Mr. plans and procedures of NATO Nobles, Recreation SubCommittee field of medicine and may later tions has always been interestedin ed by virtue Hon.of R.that H. e.rtain Rowe. decree enter.
forces assigned to Central Eur- chairman of the Su to major in that," she at Live Circuie Judll'
school year. and Mrs. B. E. Spooner, last week decide the problems of the citizensof In that Oak. Florida on Kay 16th. 1963
She is interested in library ope.Cribbs wannee County Rural Areas Development said. "It is,hard to,decide between_ Live Oak and Suwannee Coun- Circuit Court certain In cause pending in the

work and plans to major in Library end.Rev.. Marvin Odom filled his appointment 20, the son of Mr. and Council, concluded a these fields ,because they .all appear ty, loyal to their causes and the and County Florida, wherein and for B. W.S1Iwannee Dees .

Science and English at at the Deep Creek Ad- Mrs. Oliver P. Cribbs of Bran- speaking tour of Community Improvement equally exciting to me" she solutions thereof, and has meritoriously plaintiijs his ,wife and LilJa Gladys B. Deese are

Florida State University upon vent Christian Church Sunday. ford, is a mechanic in the 547th Clubs Tuesday night at said.Carol represented them; and hull aud his Wife Hill Jennie a widow F. Hi!;!.John

graduation in 1964. Mrs. J. J. Bronson of Clermont.Mr. Company of the group's 29th McAlpin j 18, is one of five children WHEREAS the Mayor and apPOinted defendant Special the undersjg," having been ue
Transportation Battalion 'in Ger Nobles has been active in in family. She has three to Master of said Judge
and Mrs. Ervin Beach of very her membersof the City Council o:f execute said filial deer, and
Race Track Opens Haines City, Mrs. J. S. Beach of many. He entered the Army in promoting outdoor recreation in brothers and one sister. Live Oak, Florida. feel a personal Will eompUance offer for therewith sale the uaderairrned iu
Auburndale. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. September 196(}, completed basic this area. Discussion centered She has been on the' honor roll loss in that Herbert R. (Herb) eat and beet bidder sad t.r sell cash tG the hillt-
a'
Monticello Greyhound racing will open at Beach of Lakeland and Mrs. Joel training at Fort Jackson S. C., around a development of the Su for four years was selected the Wadsworth Jr. had to move his 'louse outcry In at Lty.the front door of the public Court: !
Friday June 7, at the and arrived overseas In wannee and "Most Succeed" in the Florida Oak awannH Count,
River
Carroll of Wiersdale .visited herea February springs adJa- Likely To residence from the City of Live between the hours of
Jefferson County Kennel Club I ,few days last week coming *on 1961. He is a 1960 graduate of cent to it. Hall.of, Fame, and is a winner of ,Oak, clock OD Saturday A. 11.. and 2t0 o'dock P24 11 :(10'.
which is in its fifth season of Branford High School. He stated that the Suwannee the essay contest on "Good described Jane 1st. 1161. the following -
account of the death of Mrs. T.F. NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT real estate to-wit
operation.The Beach Tuesday evening. A number Ross. 19, is the son of Mr. and River is a natural resource that Sportsmanship". RESOLVED, that ,we, the Mayor The west Northwest Quarter Quarter 01 Nortb.:

track will have a 92-day of others from a distance attended Mrs.Leon Ross of Rt. 4, Live Oak. has not been developed. She is a member of the Beta and members of .the City Council ship a South of Range Section U U.East Town.,

season. Florida Racing Commission the funeral services Thurs- He is a jeep driver in the 5th During his talk he mentionedthe Club. the National Honor Society of Live Oak, do unanimously S1I".Dnee County floIj4a. in

rules permit 90 days of regular day afternoon.Mr. Company of the group's 29th necessity of developing a Future Teachers Club Foreign adopt this resolution to show our Special J.Master W. Bryson in

racing, plus an additional and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell Transportation Battalion. Scenic Highway around the river Language Club, and she, is editor- appreciation to Herbert R. (Herb) 2.1 Chancery

day's run for charity and for a were business visitors around Ross entered the Army in November that could be used by tourists as in-chief of the school paper. Wadsworth for his keen Interest IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

college scholarship. Starke Tuesday.Mr. 1961 finished basic train- they come through the area. He In addition, Carol is a memberof the active and able ser THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

IwwHLnnnwJJutnnnnnr-wlr--Ir, w and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and ing at Fort Gordon, Ga., and said he felt that without this the Mt. Olive Baptist Church vice rendered to the people of: NEE FLORIDA COUNTY.IN AND IN FOR CHANCERY SUWAN

FOR THE FRESHESTSEAFOODS little daughter, Debbie of Tallahassee landed overseas in April 1962. He scenic route backed by proper ad- where she is Sunday School secretary this community, the local and DIVORCE

visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. attended Suwannee High School. vertising we stand to lose income and choir director. Her state political and civic organiza CHARLES E.PlaintiffDONNA LUCK

Mack's Fish Market i Tidwell Thursday and attendedthe when the Interstate Highways are hobbies[ include writing and poe- tions; to express our appreciation ...

Pine Are. I funeral of Mrs. Dicks' great- The cotto mouth moccasin complete.He try.Carol respect and admiration for S. LUCK.Defendant

c 1 Freshness and Quality Assured grandmother, ,Mrs. T. F. Beach. bite underwater well can concluded his talk by urgingall said she plans to becomea his high standards of citizenship TO: Donna S. Luck whe Jut known
as
Phone 3621650nnLJuuwuuuuumwwsuwu We have had no rain yet but according to Ross Allen as of above Ross people of the county to back teacher in the field of Englishor his outstanding 'patriotism, his 711 address Main,, resident Street or Damans residence, Mary Is

keep hoping it will come soon. Allen's Reptile Institute at Florida's programs designed to improve recreation mathematics, and pursue a Career gentlemanly conduct and bear- land.
facilities. in writing later. ing, and to wish him success in Yon are hereby notified that A Complaint .
Silver
Springs.
for a Divorce has been filed in
,. "Of course I will go to collegein his position as Administrative the aboye named Court and you are
Mr. Tobacco Farmer: the fall she said. "And I also Assistant to Congressman Don required to serve a copy of year Answer

Crop Hail Insurance for this years crop Not a single soldier stands Insect Display LoanedTo hope to get married and have a Fuqua; and or Plaintiff Pleading Attorney.to the Complaint Wm. upon Randall the

costs no more today than it will next week so take no chance guard along the 3,987-mile frontier Regional Library family." BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Slaughter P. O. Box: 598. Live Oak
with your crop. Get Full Coverage Today. See Florida, and fife the original in the
Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance your Florida of the United States and Mrs. Robert H. Bullock, fifth II a copy of this resolution be I office of the.Clerk of the CfrevK Court
Hail Insurance could mean the Company difference Agent between today. Crop Canada the National Geographic grade teacher has loaned the Su No.3 furnished to Herbert R. (Herb) Sawannee County. Florida oa or before
making a the Slst day of May A. D. 1941 if you
profit on your crop or losing everything. For information on Magazine says. wannee River Regional Library in one of many included in the cur- Wadsworth Jr.; a copy spread UP.I I care to contest the same, otherwise the

Farm Bureau Insurance call today. Financing Available. aa Live Oak her insect collection for riculum of the Engineer School on the minutes of the City Council taken allegations as confessed of the by Complaint yoa. will be

(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) display. This contains fine I and a furnished to the
many for military personnel of the UniI copy Done and ordered to Lire Oak. Florida -
LEON J. GILL, SR. butterflies. moths, beetles and ted States and Allied nations.Lt. press. I this 21th day of A. April Sessions A. D. 1 SLaraaghn .

General Agent We were glad to have good attendance other insects. Radford attended Suwannee ADOPTED unanimously by the Clerk of circuit OwrtSuwannee

FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES at Sunday School Sun- The library has an excellent selection High School and received his City Council of Live Oak, Florida (SEAL) County, Florida

P. O. Box 97. Office 362-1274 day. Keep coming and don't for- of nature books both Bachelor's degree from the University this 14th day of May, 1963. By: Geraldine )I. Gamble" D(.
Live Oak Fla. get juvenile and adult. Two of the CITY COUNCIL OF S2-S
... Res. 362-2677 prayer meeting each Wednes- of Florida in 1962. He and
JVU1JuUWLnruUUuuuUUUWuUWnWwuUUUWWUruuU-WWUUWWVVUVVUVUUUUVU If_ day evening. best books are: "The Strange his wife. Grace reside at 4315 LIVE OAK. FLORIDA IN THE ,COURT OF THE COUNTY _
Lives Of Familiar Insects" by Ed- Taney By S/ W. B. Hunter JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY.
Avenue. Alexandria Va. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE _
win Way Teale, and "Land Alive"by Presldpnt IN REr The Estate of
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IT PAYS TO SAVE WHERE SAVING PAYSFIRST Ronald N. Road.. No.4the Attest: SI Harvey W. Perry SERENER HARHELL MIZELLDeceased.

Clerk, City of Live Oak i To AD Creditor and Person Having
No.1 only people authorized to Accept APPROVED: Claims or Demand Against Said Eatat.,
You and each of you are hereby notified
contributions for this pro- SI J. Marvin Phillips and required to present any claim*
FEDERAL ments/ ject. Each of them has a letterof Mayor and demands wnieb you, or either "r'"
To help reduce some of the credentials and an official you may hare against the estate fr _
receipt -
Serener P. Barrel Mtoell. deceased, late
dark poorly lighted areas in the
,
book with Live OakSuwannee of aaid County to the County Judge o.f'
city the Council has voted to County Recreation Depart- Sawannee County Florid at W* office
PUBLIC NOTICES In the court house of said County aLive
change the old type street lightsto
of Live Oak ment imprinted on each receipt. Oak Florida within six calendar:
new mercury vapor lighting. UI month from the time of the first pub-
INVITATION TO BID Hcatkra of this notice. Each claim or _
This is If the
Invites to an experiment. mer- The Saw noe. River Authority will demand shall be ta and shall
you open an account today a savings No.5the writing _
account that will con- cury vapor lighting proves satisfactory accept ualed bid. for the following state the place of rMen.. and poit.
tinue to earn for you. all of the city's street P-TA "Space" Committee material to be delivered at a boat ramp office address of the claimant and aha,: _
NE< of NE 4. North
the 4
situated in
be sworn to by>> the claimant their SKent -
REMEMBER Any account of 5.00 lights will be converted, Phillips urged the board to inform the and East of the Witblaeoochee Hirer. or attorney and any such claim
or more earns dividends paid said. public about these problems and Section 3$. Township 1 North. Range or demand not a. filed .**0 be void.
semi-annually at June 30 and Dec. 31. 11 Eat fa Hamilton County Florida: Austin Harreil
"We are doing the very best the possible solutions. He sug- Not less than 15 cubic yard nor A* administrator of the Kstate c' -

And your-money is always available when you need it. that we can to give you the type gested that the situation is such more lb. test than ready 25 eubie mixed yard concrete.of 2504" 524 Serener P. HarreU Hit". deceased _

of community that- you want to that it may justify a bond pro- Quote- price per cubic yard, F.O.B.

SAVE NOW-LET YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU. live in," the Mayor concluded. gram and a re-evaluation-re- above the office location.of the Bid Sawannee will fee River opened Au-in JUDGE IN THE COURT SUWANNEE OF THE COUNTY.COUNTY _

Phillips was introduced and assessment of county properties. thirty. Lire Oak. Florida, at 1030 ..m.. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
presented to the club by Councilman Proposals Discussed Tuesday. June 11, 1963. IN RE: Estate of
2-4 DEWEY D. NORTH
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CURRENT M. J. Kirby. These proposals were discussed Deceased.
41/401. at length by both the board and I INVITATION TO BID To AU Creditor and Person Having _
Notice U hereby given that the City Claim or Demand Against Said Estate
0Om P-TA committee chairmen. School Council of the City of Live Oak ne!'. You and each of you are hereby noti- _
DIVIDEND 18 ft. Board Members L. M. Crews Jr. Ida. will accept sealed lid up to June fled and required to present any claim-
11. 195J at 7:30 P. Mat which time and demands which you. or either cf _
Cane Poles 59c said he favored an across-the- an bid. will be opened publicly. for the )you may have against the estate ofD..ey _
board sales tax, rather than property following: D. North. dt*+**&. fet. of aJ, _
12 ft. Yellow 29c I One (1) new tandem drive. diesel- County to the County Judge of dawannee _
tax, to raise necessary funds. powered motor grader to weigh not County Ftoritfa at his office in thecourt
\ FIRST FEDERAL 1 Board Member V. V. Brim loss than 21,000 Ib*. (balk machine house of saM County at Live Oak
gal. Jugs 1.98 weight) aDd to Lave minimum of Florida, within six calendar months
noted that the bond issue brought 115 horse power engine. To be from the time of the first publication
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\ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2 transistor before the people several years equipped with hydraulic power>> of this notice. Each claim or demand _

IIIII* 305 East Howard St. Phone 362-3433 Radios . 4.98 ago was soundly defeated. He electing hydraulic leaning ahiftable front moldboard.wheel, 12'11 hall place be of in residence writing: ,and and poet skull office atate address the- ______
added that the people who voted tooth scarifier. 14.00 X 24 8 Ply of the claimant and AiR be
It.t S\1L LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Camp Stools 1.25 the Tire (front aDd rear). Engine ex- worn to by the elaisMnt. their agentor
against
S1 _SERVING THE HEART OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER VALLEY_ measure were ones haut muffler engine bonrmeter. attorney, aad any such cisim or demand -
MEMBERS MACK'S who would have had little or Open type cab with windshield and not so filed lUll be Y M.
Federal Home Loan Bank System Federal nothing to pay had it been passed. with all ctandard equipment Grace )(. North,
Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation Bid to show act cash difference alter As administrator .f the Estate of
SPORT SHOP Townsend pointed out that it is allowance for a model M-52-10 Huber Dewey D. North, deceased.PAGE .
, 'F ,. up to the people who see the ur- :Wareo: Road Maintainer BOW owned by 52.1I













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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963 VOL, 79, NO.2I




Raising Bees Is Tricky Business .


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Take a moderate: supply Henry explained that contraryto The old queen however, seemsto
ot: sugar, an abundance of Handle Them GentlyYou popular opinion the queen is sense this threat and becomes I ,
intestinal ,fortitude,, add : a not really the so-called "queenbee" extremely restless as queen- # r, ,
she is merelyan hatching Often V
of the hive --> time approaches.
eight million bees and come egg laying machine that the she will leave the. hive taking
spring, you're in the honey hive depends upon for perpetuation with her; a considerable portionof I
business. of its community. Like any the bee community in a swarm.
Henry W a t son, Suwannee :ry f:' P other machine the queen who To avoid this unhappy situ 1
County farmer and beekeeper, r.L can lay up to 3,000 eggs per ,day tion, Henry "makes an increase
fcas approximately 200 bee hives, {' is bound to wear'out.Consequently on the hive before the situation
each of them containing an esti- Henry changeshis results in a swarm. This involves
mated population of 40,000 bees. queens every year or two. dividing the hive leaving the
This mass of active honey- To re-queen. Henry acquires a old queen in one segment and
makers requires plenty of atten- number of queen cells usually giving the other group the 'means
tion and "careful" handling. For- .,.'fi'b from a dealer who specializes in to make a queen. This results in r
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J.eo>
tunately for Henry, his bees are n y them. Then he goes through the the creation of another hive. = .. ':
on the whole well behaved, with hive and kills the old queen and Henry said that many times, a
just a few frisky fellows in each any queen cells.After waiting two hive will swarm in spite of an the
or three days until the ,hive is beekeeper can do to prevent it. as
hive.Henry explained that it is actu- aware it no' longer has a queen, He said that usually the bees
ally erroneous to refer to bev tis vrJ JJLx 9rii '.1' he introduces several of these won't swarm far from the hive .ate y
"fellows" since the whole hive is specially bought queen cells whichare but they must be rounded up soon
composed of females with the immediately adopted by the : afterwards or not at all.
exception of a few males- called hive. These special cells are The bee community is A highly
drones. Their only function is placed in the brood nest where organized civilization that de-
breeding. I they are mothered into fruition. pends on each individual doing
Bees. Henry continued have a r Henry explained that you have his part toward maintaining the Bees cling to their brood cells even though they may be removed -
simple annual cycle like many : to wait a certain time for the whole. The fact of the matter is from the hive. Watson holds two frames taken from the
other creatures. They are inac- bees in the hive to become desperate the bee community is a classic brood nest.
But they intro- .PY9YY1YIIA... ... f\f tvt
tive during the winter. for a queen before VA pure; communism Ill
eat every day. ducing the new queen cells. practice. venture into the field to gather In addition other bees go out
One of the phenomena of the "If you were to kill the old The hive has three classes of nectar which they digest in routeto to a nearby stream or pond and
bee community is its ability to queen and put in a new queen bees: the queen the drones and the hive and regurgitate into bring back water which they
keep the hive at a comfortable % Yi r right away'the bees would kill the large mass of females who do the honeycomb.The evaporate inside the hive to sup-
temperature during the winter her immediately" he said. the chores. The queen lays all of average worker lives between plement the wing-fanning air-
months. The bees cluster around ,. .' The advantage of re-queening the eggs and is waited on hand 14 days and six weeks on conditioning system.
the queen bee in the brood ivMy. the beekeeper noted is the hive and foot by a host of workers that a good honey flow. Henry said. "It can be hot enough on top
nest and generate sufficient heatto r 'ce.4yw will have a young vigorous egg- follow her about the brood nest, And it takes the lifetime of 300 of the hive to fry an egg, and
keep, the hive comfortable.Come ..Ia..y n aJ laying machine that is ready to keep her laying and feed her bees to yield one pound of hon- yet be comfortable inside," Hen-
warm weather, around go next spring. when she appears to weaken and ey. They literally work themselvesto ry said.
January the smart beekeeper : _ Henry said that re-queening is need nourishment.The death, he said. Henry said he started raising
gives his bees a dose of sugar. a ticklish business too, since the drones or males are kept Henry noted that once a bee bees when he was In school.: He
This stimulates the queen gets r4yi c bees would swarm if they were or rather tolerated stricklyfor uses her stinger he sacrifices her related that he was en route to
her on an active egg laying schedule Jig h left without a queen too long. Andif breeding purposes. Drones are life. She leaves her whole tail section the school house one morning
and launches the new reproductive you're not careful, they are not armed with stingers and they behind when she stings the when he spotted a swarm of bees
and honey-making cy can do most anything with bees as long as you're gentle I apt to swarm anyway he declared.In are claimed to be the product of' beekeeper said. on a tree limb. After school that
the bee community the an unfertilized egg cell. Other bees' sacrifice themselvesto day he went back and caught
cle.Rumor and slow, Watson says. Here, he places brood frames bees and
has it that in past hive is Just not big enough for The females or workers make air-condition the hive on hot the bees which he kept until he
all back into the 'nest.
years moonshiners would keep two adult queens. the honey, guard the hive and summer days. had built his bees into 13 hives.
bees to fool beverage agents. One One of the first acts of a new- run the community through their Henry explained that a numberof Henry said that when he graduated -
way' to track down illicit whiskey his bees down to South Floridato partment placed on top of the ly-hatched virgin queen is to destroy cooperative and interrelated func- workers will take positions on from high school he sold
production is to locate excessive I the orange groves where they brood nest. Henry's supers have I all of the other queen cells tions. both sides of the hive raise up on his bees to get eniugh money to
purchasers of sugar. The story .is vent their winter energies on a 10 frames or supports" for the before they hatch. The second The first portion of the. work their hind legs and fan their buy a graduation ring.
that keeping a number of bee multitude of fresh orange blos- bees to build their honey combs task of the young queen is to er's life is spent in such menial wings vigorously to keep the air "I have more or less been interested -
hives provided moonshiners witha soms. and inject the honey. When filled challange the old queen who is chores as cleaning out the hive circulating through the hive pro- in bees all my life." he
legitimate excuse to buy sugar About Mar. 20-25, he extracts the super may contain as usually killed by her more vigorous -I and standing' guard duty. When tecting the honeycombs from dissolving -I said. "They do such pretty work.
most of which they used in their his orange honey and brings the much as 30 pounds of honey. rival. they become older the workers in the heat. (No. 1 Continued on Page 16))
stills. bees back to the Suwannee County Removing the nectar- without
,In addition to "sugaring" his area where he puts them on getting pincushioned is a horseof
bees, Henry said he gives thema palmetto, holly., black gum, tupelo -.' another color. Henry explained
dose of terramycin which makes and gall berry. About every two that this is' done with the :aid of -' 'fr:: 3 easy' steps to a road maps, with a route planned to avoid detours '. _
them healthy and disease resis- to three weeks, provided thereis acid. The odor from the chemicalruns and take in'as many points of interest as possible '
a good honey' flow, the bees the. bees -out of the super ', Then after a family get-together to set *, ? '
tant.Around carefree vacationthe .
Feb. 15, after the hive will fill a "super" with honey. so the honey can be extracted. final vacation plans, and a pre-vacation car check 4'':
has become active Henry hauls The super is a separate corn- The ticklish part of this pro- at your Standard station you're ready for a .a' .
cedure. Henry explained, is to apply STANDARD trouble-free trip. ,
just the right amount of acid. way
While traveling, too, you'll be right on course,
If you don't use enough the bees
won't leave. And if .you use too s Happy vacation trips begin! with the postcard you if you make yourstops at the Standard Oil sign,
much it dumbfounds them to the send to Standard Oil Touring Service for a free where we take better care of your car.

point that they can't leave. And triprouting.Vitbin a few days you receive marked STANDARD OIL I COMPANY (KENTUCKY) ...
if you can't run them off the honeycombs -
you, can't extract the f; :' '

honey. 1
Continuing the cycle Henry
moves bees around July 1 to the
southern end of the county '
where they work on partridge ., a 9 F F st 4 4
peas and other wild plants until >
they are wintered. The last super
of honey produced by the bees I
a' i .i iI before wintering remains with the I .
hive. This gives the bee community / Yr
sufficient food to carry them
1a through the winter. /

Around the middle of August,
Henry "re-queens" each hive.Thisis .
one of the most fascinating
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processes of keeping bees, he said. 6 J n

"You can study this bee .Industry DRIVE IN and get a postage-paid request card from your YOU'LL RECEIVE without delay a personalized routing of
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he declared. "It's fascinating to plan to go-and mail to Standard Oil Touring Service. one ...and points of interest you won't want to miss! '.J.

see how nature provides for BEFORE YO'J CO ask your Standard Oil Dealer to service your car, to be sure it's ready for a carefree vacation trip! ;
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TEN SUWANNEE. DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963



I Social Security Answers
Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions Commercial Calf Business


(Editor's Note: These questions mation on their income tax re-

and answers are compiled by turns.
William M.: Eanes. District Man- QUESTION: The only social Here is a list of new subscrip-

.eges" for the Social Security Administration security checks I get are for the tions and subscriptions renewed to With A Personal Touch

at Valdosta. Eanes winter months, when I'm stayingin the Suwannee Democrat from

inYit readers to mail their questions Florida. During the rest of the May 2 to May 17.

to him at P. O. Box 918 I work and the maximum NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
year, pay (Editor's Note: The efforts of that would never make good cows. and their plain heads really mark lotment is increased. They eat
Valdosta, Ga. Please do not mail social security tax. What Mrs W. E. Leigh Albany Ga.
Kancee and FQmore McMillan Still they decided that with their them. The Diplomats' always from a pound to pounds daily
these earnings have on John Landgraff, ClearwaterMrs.
your inquiries to this paper.) affect will
to raise calves was feaiared in interest and loving care they seem starved and we have yielded Fresh Bahia grass hay is kept in
monthly O. M. OcalaW. -
of : Hardee
QUESTION: I'll be 65 In Septiber the amount my Hoard's Dairyman, a national could beat the game. They saw. to the temptation of giving wire racks fastened to the pen
and will retire on September checks? Can't it be raised? B. Thomas Branford dairy. p r **_. This article too, that to do the thing right them extra milk generally to our The calves go off milk and
Irvin T. Hall, San Francisco
30th. How soon after that ANSWER: You may get an increase authored by C. B. Houston, illustrates their time would never be their sorrow." graduate from the individual pens

should I''' apply for my social se- in your monthly social security Mrs.Calif.Rachel Hegler. Ht. L. O. the efforts of a Su- own until the calves had been The calves are gathered up bya when they are 3% months old.

ttirity check based on these additional irannee County livestock grower fed, bedded, watered grained, and pickup truck and they may They are then shifted into units
L.O.
J. W. Tillman, Ht.
ANSWER: You may apply for earnings. Get in touch FFA to produce better livestock the sick and ailing treated. come from four or five different of 20 or more. At this point they
J. P. Williams Chapter.
social'security 2 or 3 months before with your nearest social security and the results of these efforts.)
L. O. One of the first decisions made dairies. The record-keeping system are put on self-feeders. A few big
your retirement date. This office and let them check your Mrs. E. C. Corbett Rt., L. O. Raising baby calves on half- by the McMillans was that no calf : starts before the calf is load- Holsteins eat as much as 14

will give us time to complete the account to see if you can have Gilbert Baxter. Gainesville gallon bottles is a tricky, confining i should lose its identity and become ed. A neck number is put on, her pounds per day. By the time they

paperwork on your claim and your payments raised. Mrs. Annie Herring Horseshoe business, but Nancee and I just a statistic. With this and later tattooed in the ear. are 6 months of age, they are out

make sure that you get your first QUESTION: I pay a woman $30a BeachD. Filmore McMillan, Live Oak Fla.. thought in mind each peepe is The punier, the pudgies, the on a rotated system of summer

cheer on time.QUESTION week to clean my home and take D. Barber Jr.. Branford have decided to cast their lot with tattooed with a number and an stringy ones longs, and the and winter pastures. For sum-
and
find mother. How
I
How of aged
: can care my .Mrs. Dewey E. Rogers McAlpin the calves. The first year they identification letter. The combi- strong, all start off in individual mer, they graze on cowpeas and
social security I when do I this for social
out how much report
Robert L. Sumner. Ft. Benning tried growing very many they hada nation supplies the key to the pens. These movable, wood-fram- millet; in winter on rye grass.
will get so I can decide whetherto security? Ga. 16 per cent loss; the next year, master file which gives the life ed wire pens with no floors are The dairies supplying the calves

quit working? ANSWER: Your employee'swages each Miss Bernice Baker, Rt. L. O. they improved their techniques history of the calf, her sire, dam seven feet long, four feet wide, hold the option to bring them
nearest social must be reported
ANSWER' : Tour SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED i and got by with an 8 per cent loss. birth date, where she came from, and are moved a few feet each back as yearlings or as bred heif
security office will be glad to quarter to the Director of Inter- Ralph G. Collins Ft. Myers Last year while raising 250 head, body weight, and production records week.A ers. If they are to go as bred heif-
look account and tell nal Revenue. This report is due
you
up your Rich Capell, L. O. they came out with a 4 per cent available on her dam. kind of a lid covers the back ers, they are bred artifically to
securityyou than month following -
what amount of social no later one
Mrs. L. P. Portner. Rt.. L. O. In talking about a calf, they three feet of each pen and gives proven sires. The owner pays 25
It's always a good the calendar quarter in which loss.Nancee
can get. a 4-H trained, ex-to- speak of her as a daughter of the calf some protection from the cents per pound of body weight
Mrs. Joseph Kraynak Long
idea to talk to when are paid these wages. Social security -'
us you
you Island N. Y. bacco queen, and the mother of "Rex" with a blazed face, or a sun and rain. Each pen is equip- whenever he decides to pick them
just beginning to think about re- deductions of 3-5/8 per Maren Brorsen, L. O. three growing, active youngsters, daughter of "Royalmost" with the ped with a water bucket, a feed up. No claim is leveled against
tell about cent from the employee's plusan
We pay
tirement. can you Mrs. Edith W. Hays, New Orleans is an exuberant calf raiser. She flat rump, or the "Count" daughter bucket, and a hay rack.A the raiser for those that die.
how much can get at age 65, equal amount paid by you
you La. calls these wiggly-tailed, hungry with the deep body. Each calf half-gallon suckle bottle system Already, the McMillans by diligent -
much less check must be sent with the report
and how your you bovines, her "peepes". has a number, but by identifyingher of feeding milk replacer works effort and accumulated experience -
Mrs. W. A. Norris, Sanford
will be if decide to retire make. Get in touch with your
you Gilmer E. Eye L. O. McMillan, a college-trained, ex- by markings, shape, and sire, well, except that each calf has to have tasted the success
sooner. We wily\) also tell you what. nearest social security or Inter- Mrs. B. P. Leigh, L. O. county agricultural agent, has they are able to remember eachas have two bottles per day and the they set out to achieve three years
records will need when you nal Revenue Service office so that
you L. O. had 10 years' experience with cattle an individual, and talk intel- bottles have to be cleaned once a ago.
Loys Culpepper,
make your claim. By checking you may be placed on the mailinglist I
of his own, and has spent a lot ligently about her. day. Eleven o'clock at night may
Gorden .
M. Law, Tampa
with us ahead of time, you can to get the simple report form
of time trying to help other dairy- When an inquisitive neighbor be late to finish calf-feeding
Rock S. C.
Thomas Henry, Hill
help us speed up your first check. you need to send in.
men. asked, "What good can come chores, but the McMillans seem t
C. C. Johnson. Bethesda, Md.
QUESTION: Are all household QUESTION: Some people tell 'l4
As their interest In commercialcalf from accumulating all the infor- to accept this as routine. When
Charles Severance, Lake City
social security let'a disabled who
workers covered by me you person '
Gatlin Hilderbrand, Lake Park raising gathered momentum, mation you have on these calves?" digestive disorders occur, the Jr. rr-rs 14 It \
or Just maids? gets monthly payments work if he
these folks did not wade McMillan this :'' 'l
young gave answer, "We calves are treated with a mixed n
Mlzell
Mrs. Wesley L. O. anls
ANSWER: Anyone working in wants to. I thought you only paid
right in without visiting other are interested In growing better bacterin. :rw, i9\ t
or around your home for you may these people because they were Ralph Lacquey. Branford
projects, talking with successful calves than other people, so we The grain ration is composed of
be covered, if you pay this per- not able to work. Please explain. Woodrow Cundiff, Rt., L. O.
Mrs. Minnie Belle Hobbs Mi- dairymen, and learning all they need to know their inheritance."For 60 per cent snapped com, 20 per ? controlledcall Ii
son $50 or more in cash wages ANSWER: The social security
amiE. could about the pitfalls found in instance, the 'Duke' cent citrus pulp, 20 per cent calf
for the quarter. disability program was set to
up 2'fK.
the business. daughters .
start slowly and then concentrate, (swim milk powder)
.
B. Rt., L. O.
QUESTION: I am in business help disabled people in way Petty
every They saw the penalties of pop right along. The
'Calibans' 40
poor containing per cent protein I
for myself. How do I get social we can. The most important way Mrs. S. B. Swan, L. O.
management. They saw piles of come In long-geared, stringy and and fortified with vitamin A,
credit for the I of Lloyd P. McCall, Clearwater
security money course is to help them help
dead calves where disease and infections wobbly, but they I
are thrifty, and minerals, and an antibiotic. Grainin
Orville H.
make? themselves. This is the part of the Emery Sergeants-
had invaded the calf lots. grow good once they get started. their buckets is kept fresh, and
ANSWER: You must report law that is called rehabilitation or vile N. J. for th. sak. of your horn.
They saw droopy, wormy calves The 'Commandos' grow slowly, as the calf learns to eat, his al-
F. W. Atlanta .
your earnings for social security re-training. A trial work period of Dodge Corp., Ga.J.

purposes on a special form with not more than nine months was B. Taylor, Rt. L. O.

your regular income tax return put In the law to let disabled peo- Doyle M. Carmichael, Jacksonville -

and send it to the Internal Reve- ple see what they could do in the

nue Service. Be sure that your way of work without cutting off Evelyn Thomas TallahasseeMrs.

name,' the kind of business, yoursocial their payments. Some of these Leon Gill L. O.

security number and your people find new jobs or easier P. C. Crapps Jr., L. O. ..
net profit are shown on the social jobs this way and regain their Mrs. J. P. Howland, Rt.. L. O. s' 7 A rR

security part (Schedule SE) ability to support themselves and Rudolph Hatch, BranfordL. ,' ,

of your tax return.QUESTION their families Instead of trying Ray Atwell. Rt., L. O. what's the '
>:
: What kind of social to get by on their social security Mrs. E. Bardin Hunter L. O. ,

security benefits do self- disability payments. This trial Broward Sikes, O'Brien :

employed persons get for paying work period gives people chanceto Robert S. Hatton, JacksonvilleMrs.

Social Security taxes? help themselves. But any disabled Woodrow Goff, Rt., L. O. :.

ANSWER: They may get exactly person who returns to work H. W. Ellis, Polk CityS. B1Gr1

the same retirement survivors of any kind must let our office B. Blackmonr McAlpinW. :: :

and disability protection as know about this. In addition to L. Blackmon. JacksonvilleC. :

people who work for someone trial work periods, the law calls M. Boatright McAlpin :. .:

else. Self-employed people get for services from the State Vo- Bernard Rabies. Rt.. L. O. ,{.<-t t "I ,

credit for 4 quarters of social security cational Rehabilitation Agency to '. a r in a home that bears .
y
coverage for each year help people who can be helped if

prey have had at least $400 in these people have the ability to 'Declaration National Of Independence'From Review: ,"Dr. : this Medallion? J f :,, -, T Y _
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profits and reported this infor- learn a new job or trade. In this Clarence Martin of Jamestown S-. ": l ,
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Not size
price, nor nor f
to
insert his 'Declaration of In-

For All Your NeedsWITH dependence' in the JamestownSun. tion. The B-I-G difference in ..

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he would refuse all payment from ;- a Medallion Home is a houseful

the government for treating wel- I.
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had 1
LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE found that he was spending four ; veniences at your fingertips... '.\. .
times longer in filling out the

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ARTHUR CROWE .' he noted had had an effect -

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ATGREEN'S and at the same time deprived him .. h'W

of the 'job of helping someone'.

No need to say this unprofessional -

: FUEL performance on Dr. Martin's

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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN

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FLORIDA, 100 YEARS AGOGovernor ') ...: .. i -
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Appoints: Tax Commissioner' Clumsey Balloon Soars High,

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Seen Important Space Prober

Federal Gunboats ,Capture Rebel Blockade ill, to any premises located out ate army by reducing its food duty in this respect, according to Washington The oldest slowest and clumsiest
of town at the expense of the supply but it also directly con the letter which reports a meet- ,
. Runners Off Florida Coast 'Confiscate Cargoes City without permission from the flicts with Florida law which requires ing there where prices were fixed of aircraft has quietly soared into prominence as a versatile -
Intendent." at least _one white male for bacon and a committee appointed space explorer, both manned and unmanned.At .
(This is another in a seriesof flat loaded with corn in Waca- The U. S. S. HuntsvUle today adult, either owner or overseer, to have it brought to the launch sites from Texas to Alaska, high-flying
articles portraying Floridaas sassa Bay near Cedar Key. captured the blockade running to reside on any plantation where government agent. "Could this balloons are probing the upper atmosphere brincrinjr
events unfolded 100 years MAY 16 -The Federal schooner Spanish steamer Union in the slaves live. not be done in Leon? Soldiers like back valuable data on astrophysics it was not until 1 1783, however,
ago published by the Florida Two Sisters, tender to the U.. Gulf of Mexico west of St. Pet- The Governor also says that the to eat meat as well as those who meteorology, and aeromedi- that the Montgolfier brothers <*f
Civil War Centennial Commis S. S. Magnolia, reports the cap- ersburg. Her papers show that Act errs in its basic assuption stay at home. Something of the cine. the National Geographic So- France first sent aloft a large
sion.) ture of the Confederate schooner she is out of Havana bound for that there are enough able men kind ought to be done. Can you ciety says. linen bag filled with hot air and
Edited By Oliver S. Breese off the Flor- Mexico, but from every indica- over 45 years to serve as con- not suggest sometime for a meet- Two scientists recently rode a smoke from a straw fire. The
SAMUEL PROCTOR ida Keys. The Breese has a gen tion she was planning to run the scripted overseers. ing?" plastic-skinned balloon 15 miles into Frenchmen believed that some
University of Florida eral cargo aboard and was en- blockade into Mobile. This is not so, at least in Flor- It is announced that a "Thes- the sky to study the appearanceof mysterious vapor peculiar to burning -
MAY 12- Governor Milton announces route from Havana to Bayport. The U. S. S. DeSoto today caP- ida where most competent men pian Entertainment" will be giv- stars at that height. They also straw was necessary to lift
the appointment of Mari MAY 17 The Confederate tured the Confederate schooner over 45 are in Confederate ser- en in Tallahassee by ladies from recorded star sounds which the bag realizing only later that
ano D.Papy of Tallahassee as Impressment blockade runner Cuba was burned :Mississippian with 187 bales of vice, either as volunteers or as Jefferson and Madison -Counties, when played back suggested an heated air was the actual force.
Commissioner-Apprai late this afternoon by her own cotton and four barrels of turpentine substitutes for younger men. aided by their Tallahassee friends empty coal truck rattling along a First Aerial Bombing
sore John Finlayson Jefferson crew in the Gulf of Mexico to in the Gulf of Mexico. An overseer's wage in FloridaiS on the evening of Tuesday and bumpy road. History's first aerial bombing

County Is also serving as a com prevent capture by the U. S. S. Aboard were six persons, "not from $200 to $600 per year but Wednesday, June 2 and 3, for the Sky SpiesA raid occurred in 1849 when Am-
missioner. DeSoto. The Federal vessel had one of whom would acknowledge as a substitute he could receive benefit of soldiers' families. ballon lifted a remote-con trians attacked Venice with bomb-
Florida's weather this past week been chasing the Southern .ship himself to be her master, not one from $500 to 5000. Hence, the They will present an adaptationof trolled telescopic camera to 80- carrying balloons. Though few Venetians -
has been unseasonably cool. "Old for more than six hours. among them at first would admit lure of money, Milton argues, and Shakespeare's King Lear the 000 feet for unprecedented solar were killed demoralization -
timers" report that it is the The Confederate cargo was he spoke or comprehended Eng- the belief in a short war has encouraged burlesque Bombastes Furioso, and photographs of sunspots; another was. rife.
"coolest spring" in their memory. estimated to be worth at least lish." She is enroute to Key West most capable older men Tampa, the latter an early melo- carried equipment up 77,000 feet During the Civil War. the North
According to a report at the $400,000 in specie at Havana and for adjudication. drama founded directed ground gunfire bal-
in Florida to enter military ser- on the early incidents for man's clearest look at Mars.A by
Southern Baptist Convention, at Mobile, a million and a quar- MAY 20The DeSoto late this vice. The Governor assures the in the history of Florida. giant balloon transported a loons. The South retaliated witha
meet in Augusta, Georgia this ter.The afternoon discerned the smoke of President that Florida overseersare The charge is $1 for adults and rocket 100,000 feet up then laun- rainbow-hued balloon made
week the Florida Baptist Churches U. S. S. Kanawha today steamer 50c for children. from the silk dresses and
a southeast of Pensacola, not members of rich families ched it into a 2,700-mile flight pantalets -
contributed only $6 for for- captured the Confederate schooner and gave chase. The suspected attempting to avoid conscriptionbut through space. of patriotic Confederate ladies.
eign missions in 1862, as com- Hunter bound from Mobile to blockade runner "threw overboard are "poor men who have distinguished Local Dealers Provide The Echo satellite balloon servedas World War II blimps escorted
pared with $154.89 In 1861. Havana with cargo of cotton. portions of her cargo, but she themselves for their relay station for coast-to-coast hundreds of convoys without losing -
Gifts for domestic .missions, MAY 18 The Kanawha today finally escaped by favor of the industry and integrity". Insurance Firm Autos television. a single vessel to submarine

however have increased from $50 captured the Confederate night"., It is suspected that she MAY.24 The Federals hear A recent report from State Balloons first probed the earth's attack.
in 1861 to $469.60 in 1862. schooner Ripple in the Gulf. was the blockade runner Mata- that there is a sizeable contingentof Farm Insurance Company declared uppermost atmosphere. On No- Today, the United States Navy
A Florida newspaper says that MAY 19 The West Florida gorda. Confederate troops stationedat that the firm had pur- vember 11. 1935, Explorer II, a is experimenting with hot-air bal-
"some of our Southern soldiers, Seminary of Tallahassee has pro- MAY 21 The U. S. S. Unions Fort Gadsden on the Apalachicola chased over a quarter-million dol- joint effort of the National Geo- loons for lifting equipment across
who have wives and children at cured the services of a man a today seized the blockade run- River. lars worth of company cars from graphic Society and the U. S. rivers or rough terrain.
home have married again among principal for next fall. The school ning British schooner Linnet just Learning of a vessel loaded with dealers in Live Oak within the Army Air Corps, carried two Army Balloons are equally versatile for'
the Virginia girls. These sweet will open about the first of Oc- west of Charlotte Harbor. cotton on the river about forty- past three years. fliers to 72,395 feet, a record for nonmilitary uses. They have sown
and lovely damsels little thinkas tober. In making this announcement MAY 22 Small boats from five miles north of Apalachicola, Records indicated, the report man's fartherest aloft that remained flower seeds in Japan, carried
they take these gay young gen- "the Florida Sentinel says U. S. S. Fort Henry captured the the commander of the U. S. gun- said, that 109 State Farm business unbroken for 21 years. cables across Niagara Falls, and
tlemen for better or worse that the cause of education, in common sloop Isabella in wacasassa Bay. boat Port Royal off ApalachicolaBay autos bought from local dealers The present record for a man- served as a hall for a Cinerama
they have left other devoted with other enterprises, must She is enroute to Key West fore last evening dispatched a during 1960-61-62 totaled $251- ned ballon is 2H'2 miles, set in film show. A space-minded couple
wives and prattling babes be- necessarily languish during th adjudication, along with nearly boat expedition with orders to 792. Records prior to 1960 were May, 1961 by two Navy men. was even married in a balloon over
hind". continuance of the war, but no 3,000 pounds of corn taken froma capture the sloop. The expedi- not complete since many older Balloons have certain advan- Cincinnati in 1874.
Recently a lieutenant wrote "a matter to what extremities w a Confederate flatboat on May 14, tion was successful and the sloop cars had been traded, and the information tages over Jets and rockets. They .
very long, endearing letter to his may be driven, we sincerely hope but has commenced leaking so Fashion, having on board fifty on them was not readily are relatively cheaper to operate Excessive speed continued to be
wife and children and at the that the doors of the School badly that she will put up in bales of sea-island cotton, was available, the report continued. and often can be recovered. They the Number One Killer on the na
same time wrote a most affection_ House will under no,circumstances tion's highways In
Tampa Bay.Lieutenant taken.A According to Rich Capell, local can lift men and instruments to 1962. Nearly
ate, loving letter to his newly be entirely closed. However: hard Commander A. A. barge was also destroyed, as State Farm agent these purchaseswere the threshold of space and remainfor 13,000 traffic deaths were directly
married bride but unfortunately the pressure may be, however,, Semmes, U. S. S. Tahoma expresses was the facility at Devil's Elbow made jointly by the three hours. attributable to speeding.
for him, he sent the wrong imperious the necessity, there are the view that neither the where the Fashion had repaired. divisions of the insurance com- Just as they pioneered the path
letter to each, so that his lovely other sacrifices which we can afford Isabella nor the which pany: State Farm Mutual i
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corn was MAY 26 -The Honorable R. B. ;State to the stratosphere balloons were 1 1man's .RENEW YOUR;
bride got the letter intended for to make better than the damaged, is "worth the expenseof Hilton has returned to Florida Farm Life and ,State Farm Fire first practical means of I
the wife and she the other. It School House. a trial even if she could be from Richmond. He has not yet and Casualty. flight. As far back as the 13th DRIVERS LICENSES
created quite a fuss in the family "We are, therefore, for the sake gotten to Key West". The Isa announced himself as a candidatefor r century, Roger Bacon theorized DURING YOUR THE MONTHOF
if not in both families". of the youth of our city and ad bella's crew escaped for The childhood shows BIRTHDAY
except re-election but the Tallahassee the man, that a hollow globe filled with
MAY 13 The U.s.s. DeSotoon jacent country, anxious to see old "whose as morning shows the REECE BROWN
one man extremity Sentinel indicates it will sup day.-John "ethereal air or liquid fire" would
blockade duty in the Gulf of the doors of the Seminary COUNTY JUDGE
reopen prevented his running". Milton. float
upward.
port him if he does: "He has attained
Mexico captured the Confederate and happy to learn the trustees The U. S. S. Sunflower arrivedthis a position of influence in
schooner Seabird off Pensacola have consummated
arrangementsin afternoon at Key West.
Congress, not hastily acquired,
Bay. She is ordered to Key West regard to it, which promisebetter The U. S. S. Huntsville has today and we hope he will consent to r'w, :.......... ...... __ 43423
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put in at Key West transporting serve us another term and let us !f:!rf?
Commander reports that "for the paper says the legislature its
thirty-two prisoners. Theyare reap the benefit of his experi :-
better security of the Seabjrd and next session must make it one off the Cuba, sunk a few days ence."
for the preservation of her cargoI "of the primary -objects of its ago in the Gulf, and the Spanish A letter from a soldier, published L
took out of.her siv demi/oluis policy and deliberation to provide steamer Union.
in the Floridian Journal:
of spirits. saidto- belong to hercrew" ways and means to. educate the I MAY 23 Governor Milton, in .asks why "the good people and of Leon ;
,. poor children_who have been a letter to President Davis, '"
protested County are not following the
The U. S. S. Huntsvilie today made orphans by this cruel and
the. action of the Confed
exarfiple of the citizens of dif?
i captured the Confederate schooner unnatural war."
erate Congress which
reduces the ferent counties in
Georgia and
A. J. Hodge at off the The
sea Clerk of the Tallahassee number of
overseers who are ex having public'meetings for the
Florida east coast. Council announces that henceforth
from
empt .
conscription.The
I assisting of the government in
MAY 14 The U. S. S. Fort "no citizen will be allowed Governor argues that not procuring bacon?"
Henry today captured a small to remove slaves who are only will it weaken the Confeder Madison County is doing her


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The fact that a Silent Flame Bulk Born will save a tobacco grower
r Kirt2 money has been established beyond a shadow of a doubt.

44 Actual field results in over 300 barns in Georgia, South Carolina,
North Carolina and Virginia have proved to us that the purchase of a bulk
curing barn is a sound investment. Experience has shown that you can ex.
pect to save by reducing the cost of labor in both the harvesting and grading

f <+ operation, practically eliminate waste caused by broken leaves and stems
that fall off conventional sticks, save the cost of string and lower fuel costs.

,4 Based on results in 1962 you can save as much as 50% to 60%
.:. .:...... .. labor which on
:: -- amounts to much
as as $500 to $600. Savings from waste are
estimated to run from $25 to $30. Savings in preparing tobacco for market

may run as much as $30 to $50, depending on whether tobaco is sold loose

or tied. Savings on fuel run as much as $10 to $18 per barn cured, based on
reports from owners. In most cases you will cure 400 to 600 pounds more
tobacco in your bulk barn for the same or less fuel as a conventional barn.

What about quality?

In a survey of approximately one third of the bulk born owners more
than five out of six stated that they secured as good and most said better

Chevy II Nova 400 6-Passenger Station Wagon cures in their bulk bams. More than four out of five stated they received
as good or better prices for their tobacco cured in a bulk barn. When
A Chevy:3E: wagon looks this big when you load it up is handled properly after removal from the barn, in every case whichwe tobacco

have checked, it has sold as high or higher than like tobacco cured in a
regular barn.

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..... _'_ The Silent Flame Bulk Barn is
s truly a universal drying barn. We do
not believe there is a farmer who cannot use this barn for other purposes,

and this big when you gas_ it up. making it even more profitable to own. You can dry grain, com, potatoes,
and other
4 peanuts many crops. During the last ten years corn has averaged
forty cents per bushel higher when held to the following spring or summer.

-- L !.. You can put 1,500 bushels of com in this barn, hold .it and expect to make
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That in the eyes of mot Chevy II wagon = And for all the'pepper we packed into that up to $600 more. This is an additional saving over and above that made
owners, is just about the size of it. \ 6-cylinder engine (there's also a choice of an from tobacco!

A king-size appetite for cargo.But a dainty even thriftier 4 in most models), we were Else
hat will
one for gas. And this we hardly need add, is C EVROLET careful to keep it simple, easy to service- pay you 28o40v on investment?
just the kind of wagon we planned it to be. and real stickler For the tobacco who
a on economy. grower has to hire labor to harvest believe
Taut and.trim as it.3s on the outside, weweat'to i i Feel in a traveling mood? Well-happy r that a Silent Flame bulk curing barn is one of the best Investments, we
great lengths to keep it BIG where a coincidence-this is the time of make. Add to labor savings the savings fuel you can
should be BIG.. year your on waste and use of the bam
The load
wagon platform Chevrolet dealer feels in his most for other and we believe will that t
extends a full nine feet from the back of the generous- purposes you see this bam is truly a good ;
trading mood. Looks like it's high time investment mat will more in
you put money your pocket after See
front seat to the of the year year.
tip lowered tailgate. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEAHfi'S I
two ; dealer
There
got together. your now. is still time to get these barns for this season. Terms

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TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1963


FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smith


. Is Popularity Enough For Average. Teenager( ? :wiIi & IS 80805 A FORTY HANP/&GHT, AP c"W

thousands of teenagers who would ...STOMACH.
give anything to be so well qual-
ified.
You are wise in not permitting
yourself to fall in love with just
A well-planned child'sroom
PONY anyone. But, is it necessary that usually means a '
fall in love with ? Can
WANT you anyone neater family room. If the s
not be content with being
BROTHERLY you
he
child has a place where
popular? Many a girl who tells
. LOVE store his treasures
herself and her friends that she can 1f-
r and welcome hid friends, 0
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has found her "one and only" is /
- 1\Y the esult is that the room
kidding everybody. She knows
I1- trill become t favorite over
better and would much prefer to
other rooms in the house.
be popular, to have different boys
The child gill not really .
asking her for dates. enjoy his room if the store i-r O OHO
And finally, did it ever occur to age spots for toys books, \\ ; .
''''''\11'-''' ..... ,. you that these boys you like are clothing etc., are out of k
THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I havea love with just anybody. I am very not really treating you like a "sis-? reach, or accessible only J OO pOO
instead like a "lady"
but
ter" chair.
by climbing on a
teenage problem. I am very friendly and I even talk to some
who thinks are"some- 00.1
The you furniture is
boy Child-size
attractive and I have a pleasing of the boys I concerned about.
thing special" will treat you that of the answer for some par- be used as two or more separate -
personality. I make friends very But they treat me like a sister. part ,. .. :!- ..
to _
way. It is not what a boy says ents. But as the family grows, units, or stacked when more room -
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easily, of both sex. My problemis 1 do not want any brotherly love.I ._
of his
indication needed in the for another S.
that is an and is room
you and there are more more
that the fellows that I am not have six brothers. What is your
true character-it is instead hoW'he children to provide accommodations bed.
interested in like ?
always suggestion
me very
himself in Bunk beds good buy. They
conducts your pres- for child-size furniture just are a
much. However, the fellows that I OUR REPLY: Our suggestion is
ence. doesn't do the job. can be used separately, or to-
am concerned about are not too that you begin by being thankful.Be .
concerned about me. They are grateful of the fact that you The answer for large families getherdependingupontheamountlies
in sectional pieces of furniture or space needed in the room fora
nice fellows, but they all say I are attractive; that you have a
play "hard to get." I do not, but pleasing personality; and that you chest, for instance, that may other furniture. '
I cannot allow myself to fall in make friends easily. There are vr_ ---


. '.. Should Girl 'Stick', Hoping He'll Change? I THIS CARS FULL.
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to them than to you. If he goes 1 4I 0/The Week \ TAKE THE NEXTANEPLEASE.
i to
q p ; MO with others, he has no right
expect you to sit idly by and do .
nothing.
If a woman recognizes she hasa
s ) Nt "no-good" man, she should con J
sider herself lucky if she finds out
4Uf I while theyfriends are still no more than
J % 'JP
The world is full of hope but
foolish indeed is the woman who
BOYFRIEND o marries a man with the idea that
LIKES she is going to "change" him. G l "" ""')
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1 b OTHER n g
t Things just don't turn out that ') ') ,.. '
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1 way.If a man is to ever"change,
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the incentive must come from .x
within himself. Marriage does not t

"change" a man, although it r
motivate him to try to
might
TIlE WEEKLY LETTER: "I walking with other girls and I. change himself. But, play it safe.
am nineteen years old. My boyfriend have my first time to ever mention If plan to try changing a man,
likes other girls. I see him it to him. The other day, he get you the job done before you many
very seldom because he feels it is saw me with some boys I know him. You might discover before
alright for him to be with other from another town, just friends.He the marriage date that it's an im
girls. Yet, if I so much as talk to really made a fuss about it. assignment. .' _" .,J. 0
'a boy, ha gets upset about itWhat Was it necessary? I love him very possible .. 0
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[t can 4 WOman do when she much," 1 '' LOUR o" *'*. II svs's.! Asti 4issat a i. .1 .. ib,.rvtl.i. :'
REPi
has .a no-good man? Lore him, : A boyfriend; who II..s address 7'TEENAoERs.' hUn tPOA
stick with him, pray someday he spends all of his time with other NATIONAL AND ABOUT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
will.change? He goes riding and turfs must be more of a boyfriend SEBVlCE, YRANHb'0T, JtT. "

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; SRA Hires Firm To Chart River's Unmapped ChannelAnother l..

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51.7 mile stretch of mile stretch of the Suwannee the type required.
the scenic Suwannee River will north of Branford at U. S. High- After that the Suwannee River I
soon be charted for pleasure boat- way 27 to the Suwannee River Authority will have these markers BE READY FOR
ing.The State Park at Ellaville on U. S. placed in position and pleasure -
Suwannee River Authorityhas Highway 90. I. boaters will be able to follow -
hired the engineering firm of Rader and Associates will chart the channel.At VEGETABLE SEASON

Rader and Associates of Miami to the river during the low water present pleasure boaters can
make aerial photographs and period in June recommending locations only travel part of the river "That bum ain't nearly as good as I'm making him look:" .
chart the channel of that 51.7 for channel markers and south from Branford to the Gulf I

of Mexico a run of 69.8 miles.I
During normal water boaters are
advised not to use the river northof ;_ .
Branford because only the <
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most experienced boatmen can locate -
the unmarked channel thru -

SPECIALLY i PRICED I AT i the shoal areas. [?@ l lL @J (!!}OOlKQ)
John C. Camp of Jasper Au-
thority chairman said the Bran-
r PX. ford-EUaville section is considered t GENERAL ELECTRICCHEST
v by many the most beautiful p 9oMS

li'- "iijii: : .., .. part of the scenic Suwannee. He Nouns
: said the Authority is fortunate to
secure the Rader firm, one of the FREEZER
world's leading engineering firms,
Prices On This Fine for this important work.
The Authority, formed in 1957
Car Are Lower
Than by State Legislature to developthe

You'd Expect Suwannee River hopes to begin I
soon on another project of
dredging a straight channel to

DURING MERCURY SAVINGS I TIME deep water at the mouth
Also in the Authority's future
plans is a dam at Ellaville which
would deepen the river from that
VISIT JL-UHA point to White Springs on U. S.
RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE. Highway 41 so pleasure boats \:

HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-1112 would then be able to use that $ HOLDS uP
additional 40.5 mile stretch.



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MAY .23, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN
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(Wg ; } Baptist Circles Have Miss Carole Jean Johnson Couple Married-In! Suwannee

Joint,Meeting MondayThe Statenville Ceremony .. .. ...
: ( r r Mary Catherine Adams Mrs.Frances Jordan Allison and
; Circle of the First Baptist Church James,M. Taylor Jr. were married High
c met jointly Tuesday morning at Saturday May 11, in Statenville,
I .Wa" w' 9:30 in the Educational Building Ga MenuMay \

with the Alice Gaventa Circle. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin- Jolly attended -
There were ten members present.Mrs. them during the ceremony.Mr. 23 through May 30
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H. J. Evans gave the devotional and Mrs. Taylor are residing THURSDAYStew
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor
taken from Psalms 31. in Live Oak. Meat
During the business meeting it r PotatoesCarrot
was announced that each of the SticksGrapefruitPeaches &:
Mrs. Richard Woodward White
circles of the church would furn- New Harmony Church
ish refreshments for one day dur- Rolls Butler MBfc
ing Vacation Bible School. l Homecoming: SundayThe FRIDAY ,
Mrs. C. B. Davis presented the Rev. E. F. Mayton of Rai- Fish Sticks
program, "Educating Youth In ford will be the visiting minister CabbagePicklesSaladPeas
b Missions" and was assisted by ..... < Sunday. May 23, at the New
Mrs. Larry Johnson, Mrs. B. A. Harmony Methodist Church Apple Sauce Cake
Swing, and Mrs. Phil Goff. homecoming.A Bread Butler Dec
Mrs. Davis closed the meeting basket lunch wil Ibe servedat MONDAY -

with noon. Jo
prayer. Sloppy
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Mixed Vegetables
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and Basil Youngblood of Charleston Cherry Pie
4 7Y"
Beulah Club To
MeetThe
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,..a.yh For her daughter's wedding, monthly meeting of the TUESDAYHamburgers .. .
Mrs. Long chose a deep blue lace Beulah Community ImprovementClub "
with matching accessories and : will be held Thursday May Sliced Tomatoes/Onteas
wore an orchid corsage. 23. at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Whole Kernel Com

'. Mrs. LoUie Long, paternal Center.A Lemon PieBunslBread
YAF covered dish will be MHfc
+ supper Butter ,
grandmother of
the bride wore
L served to the and
A y prior program WEDNESDAYHot
rose colored silk and
il.. .' >.... corsage. an orchid business meeting. Dogs on Sticks
i'f > The program will be the show- Peanut Butter/Jelly Spread
Following the ceremony Mr. and .
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Mrs. Long gave a reception at the : ing of color slides depicting pro- Cabbage/Cucumber Salad
: Mount Olive Baptist Church Re- gress made in the county during Stewed Tomatoes
ception Hall. recent years. There will be slides Gingerbread or Brownies

Out of town guests were Mr. ireao ra.. of river scenes, springs, as well as Bread Butter MttkTHURSDAY
; A i businesses and their im-
and Mrs. Basil Youngblood and. '"'' some
Mrs. W. Russell Parham Charleston Air. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Fort Myers announce the engagement provements.This Assorted Cold Cuts

..'Y.......... .... .......N', S. C.: Dr. and Mrs. Ed Walker of their daughter, Carole Jean, to John William Hamp- is a very interesting col- Potato SaladCarrotsRaisin
.... lection and everyone of the mem- Salad
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lamb; ton III, son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Hampton Jr., of this city.
.... .. bers and all interested persons are Orange/Lime Bar
.' Mrs. Oleta Russell, Mrs. Eleanor
'.:.'. ':' Miss Johnson attended Hastings High School, Hastings, was a
to be and partici- M8c*
urged present Bread Butler .
.'': :.:"..::::..:-.:..,:.., Daniel McCollum W.,Coleman Mrs. R., Mr.V. Coleman and Mrs., member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, head majorette, pate in the meeting.The '"
secretary of student council, president of junior class, graduatedfrom community 4-H Club will
George Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lee
r. 4 Young and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fort Myers Senior High SchooL Fort Myers, finished sopho- meet at the same time. Card Of. ThanksWe

Howard and daughters all of Tal- more year of college at University of South Florida, Tampa is a would like to express oar

lahassee: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. history major and a member of Fides fraternal society.Mr. Suwannee County SingThe appreciation for the kiadnass

R Youngblood Charleston S. C.; Mr. Hampton graduated from Hastings High School, Hastings Suwannee County Sing will shown to us during the reotat
and Mrs. Joe P. Long and Mr. a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club president, wasa loss of our loved one.
the
be held Sunday May 26 at
and Mrs. John H.,Long Jacksonville member of the football and basketball teams, vice president of Church three The family of
Mt. Pisgah Baptist
Miss Dorothy Long Exchanged Nuptial Vows ; Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Steedley, student council, president of Junior Class, is a senior at the Uni- miles east of McAlpin beginningat Josie SlaughterRev.

With Richard Woodward White In Church Rites Waycross, Ga.; and Mrs. WilliamB. versity of Florida, Gainesville will graduate in June as a physics 11 a.m. A basket dinner will be and Mrs. J. H. Turner

Owens, Pensacola. major and will be commissioned in the U. S. Army in June as a second and Gene
served at noon.A .
Lake Bristol Mr.
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After a wedding trip to Mystic at .
lieutenant. He is a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon social cordial invitation is extendedall
and Mrs Richard Woodward White, who were married 1IeCrImoa'sQt )
I at
(Office fraternity. A November wedding is planned. to attend. (Office Supplies
Supplies at McCrimon's)
Tallahassee at t
in
April 26 at Wellborn, will be at home

237 Glenview Drive.

The bride is the form er Miss Dorothy JacquelineHer 1
Long daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bouffant fingertip veil oi '

Worth Lamar Long. Live Oak. hand-rolled French illusion was IT'Sf(4iT GOOD BUSINESS TO
Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. attached to a two-tier crown of
and Mrs. Goodwyn Rhett White lace seed pearls and iridescents. I

Tallahassee.The The bride carried a cascade arrangement ( .. .; YOUR TOWN I
Rev. Otis Page of Lake of white roses and Ja ,. KNOW WHAT
City officiated at the ceremony in liliesofthevalley.Miss \,- .... .,.. .0. .--<. :
the Mount Olive Baptist Church. Joy Deloris Long, sisterof 4i ) .
1, Mrs. Mode L. Stone organist, .the .bride, was the maid of ff1I1J1) -: "'-: AND COMMUNITY IS DOING. I
} Tom Hall, violinist, and George honor. /)1 / ;>.
Starke. soloist; all of Tallahassee, Bridesmaids were Miss Wanda 2" =
=.."\' "'". ,,'.:,:i.:: s -- "
presented the nuptial music. Echevarria of Miami Miss Ca- LA==.\\\\\\ ... ,,,, :;- -t. i1". -' YOU CAN KEEP UP WITH I
Jade Palms, white gladioli rina Decker of Tallahassee, and I tWL".jr :; ., -
'I:1 tl ...=w : 'J: : : 1
chrysanthemums stock and :9- Mrs, Jeanne Johnson of Live : ,_ = \ L'................ :....;;_=.=... -_:4,! ......
line Of white candles formed the Oak", .-- -: ....... f i.f.'t. .. '\ ::...::..;....:. ..;......-..:::.:;-a.:. ... .. ..
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background for the altar. At the Their st1' t-length dresses of ---- :.r/':'.'-..".:.....-.,,' :".. .-.'.-i=:;'. ....l J ,&;_. =.., \...r.......;;.......,................-:2....: ..._ 'f -."",".._'-11'_"_.-- .." THE HAPPENINGS ABOUT YOUBY I I
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focal point of the altar was an romance blue Satapeau featured _. ; ; -= :! ,- .. '
arch covered with magnolia leaves rounded necklines capped sleeves, -.. = .;.: lj :1"U\-:. .. \:
and blossoms on which were bluebirds I and controlled bell skirt fashioned! .t< >t- '--:--A/l:<:.\\\ \ \ *; l '- READING THE I

as a symbol of happiness. in the back with panels accented I.... ,-r; '_. \.X.. ,.a..=;E'-::0lif f .'-----..::;=-=sSS.zI-- 'J' f fL.+.r,/j.JI',-,J -
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Bouquets of blue and white by a single Satapeau rose at the ...-I ../
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carnations marked the reserved waistline. Their nosetip veils were ... I".L : : -F ,. -
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White satin ribbons attached blue satin bands deco- .
to .
pews. were ,. _
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used to enclose the guests. rated with pearl leaves, and they ;: : tP .: ;rt t-i&}tf tbl SUWANNEE

The bride given in marriageby carried multi-color pastel colonial \l-r-I1;:f "t. ::--.;\ f..9'J...;r 1 ;.X--:?"'...J'J J.......- --5.. J1)EMOCR T I
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her I !or : -:;; .
father was gowned in bouquets. :
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silk-faced peau de sole. Embel- Donna Lynn Holloway of Live ; ...,.,.-; .. "? '.... ? rLoRJDAJr.
= ... -o. !: ..: f l ;t 1Jdi=w.\\\ { -- '
lishing the neckline and front Oak was flower girl and James "-<- .
panel of the skirt silk if J:. ';:"...... :; ,.,-I" \- : r
were organza Steedley, nephew of the bride, was \ t
appliques and hand-sewn ringbearer. /JIgII ...1 ; 6 1tf) jJ1 Li "THE NEWSPAPERS ARE DISTRI. I

strung bears crystal beads and Robert Youngblood White of .- r:1: 7i ':\ Ii. V
seed pearls. The bustle-skirt back Montgomery Ala.. served as his -*, \ \\k .;r "
was accented with soft peau de brother's best man. Ushers were .l t 1-' I
f zBUTEO AT VANTAGE POINTS I
sole folds and ended in a grace- Ken van Assenderp. of Tallahassee t: ... ,
ful chapel train. ; Jim Baird of Dothon Ala.; 1-- .;...-...' ._:.:--s.-. \H\\\\ ;._, -).\)L.-V, .. .--r.' (.t's'j.'" ._.1/: ". .,/
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PAGE 'FOURTEEN SUWAKNEE DEMOCRAT, .LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 23, 1S3


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the substance of things hoped i Desert pdoe .1 Land Sec.Twp.a,.. Au. 'owner hi.:1t Costs D.scr :f La" $..c.T..R&&r.. Owner Aat.-* costaE

County Ministers9 Column for the evidence of things not Lots 15. .11. n Blk ,. % LM SO.A CotT21BIk .. .
North East Suwanee f2. Live Oak TJ3 2 ,IS "g1031ams. Ms* a' Mary
seen. When we can see clearly Heights 11 5 11 Bryant Geneva B. )(n. t.n Jane 112

The ahead and figure things out logi- 11 Lot Bee II Ft S o.f N w% Lot 31 BIk 1%. LiTe. .
Line of See ZO W of RB Oak 2J ISIS Egwfey. HearT*" IxMsfc 26.18
a a2
and there is
cally mathematically
R/W&RnnSlOFt Lot 2 Blk 4$ Live Oak 2S Daateis. J iDes B. Jr.*

no need for faith. But when we W To School Land N 'AnnieIS 1989
Pastor's CornerBy 105 Ft E To POB. DB Lot 4fBlk ;. Live Oak 23 :;'2 ; Ford: NeBfe ElL 11.07
cannot understand and cannot see 111 P lU 20 i 11 34 Smith Wesley Haccie Lot Z'Blk 71. Live Oak 24 Z IS. Johnson, Albert A 'AI-

how things can be accomplished, B. n.lO \f \ ena SO.37
The Lots S 4 Blk ,. O"BrieD 20 i 14 Lewis. R. Kn. Elt. lI.n. Lot 7 BIk Tl. Live Oak 24 -2 It 3/4 JAk.... "Raaclal It.61
it is then that we must have faith. Lots 10. 11 12 Blk 1. Lot 11 Elk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13 Jaek*.. Reward A Ms.
REV. CORNELIUS B. DAVIS Faith was shown so vividly to O'Brien 20 I i U LewiS; R. Krs. lO.'n rfe K. 5.1.
Pastor, First Baptist Church Beg At SE Cor of NE% :::. Beg 39 Ft E of SW Cor of
Abraham when the Lord told him of NES4 of SW SS Run Lot 21 A Run N 100 Ft. -

Without faith, it 1 is impossibleto calls on us to sacrifice, we will to pack up all of his belongingsand N.ward no Ft W-ward E 50 Ft. S 100 Ft. W 60 .-
no Ft Sward 210 Ft Ft To POB Being Part
please God" Hebrews 11:6. not be willing to sacrifice; but, leave his home and country E-ward to POD U 5 14 1 Kick, J. R. Jr. A Margaret $.a: of Lot 21 Elk 71. Live

In many places in the Bible the we will rebel against His will and and go to a place where He would A Psnel of LaDeS Des iD Oak 24 2 IS H.-.r.. Wham H. SI.2?
DB 122 P U Also Known :. Beg 80 Ft E of SW Cor __
meaning is carried that with God murmur against His word. It will show him. Abraham did as God A. Parcel No. 20 5' U (.6 Smith Elsa a Rub 1.SS Lot 21 A Ran N 100 Ft. -..:- .

all things are possible and with be impossible therefore, to please had commanded and started out Lots 4. 6. I. '1. 8. t. 10. I1BIk E5OFt.S100FtW50Ft
I. BraDford n 6 11 Daniels Richard M. nUl To POB Being Part .
Christ strengthening us we can Him.But not knowing where in the world Lots IS 14 Blk 1. BraDford of Lot 21 BIk 71. Live -.

do all things. But only in two issues if we believe in Christ he was going but having the faith 17 6 14 Fender C. L. 7.88 Oak 24 2 ISc- p.i....... heal A .isr-
Lots 1. 2. a 4 BIle 1%.
generally speaking, does the enough to know that He loves us that God was doing with his life BraDford 11 6 14 Edwards Bruce A. 1.88 Beg ISO Ft E A 31 Ft S ... SI 72

Bible speak ofimpossibili .;"''> ..-;-:' ::w-r. tt@.. ,.. /<::,.':.. enough to give His life for us; what seemed to Him to be good. Lots 1. 2. I. 4 &: 5 BIk U. 41.25 of NW Cor Lot 21 A :.
r
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Elsa
BraDford 11 6 14 Smith. a Ruby Run S 100 Ft, E 50 Ft.
: t i e s'y: : and, if we trust our lives to Him Likewise the Lord gives us the Lot Fronting Suwannee St NN100Ft W 50FtTo "

1. to 102 Ft Bd N By Philpot, POB Being Part of ...
with God. "f.f completely enough to know that same opportunity respond Lot = :'; ?x> .
}:,.:{: A.--4 S By RR W By Hatch 21 BIk 71. Live Oak 24 2 13
v An belt .
r In the first;; .%::f''t1 b F whatever He calls on us to do even through faith to His will for our Being Part of Lot 14 Blku. 80FtE&31FtS >ea H n* s, be. 51.2'Be ::

place, the Bible;..' ':::f/; ',, ;;.. though it may require great lives. In John 6:40. Jesus Christ Branford n .6. 14 Williams C. D. '. Lois 41.2 of NW Cor Lot 21 A; .
Loti 6 a
H Lot 4 "
5.
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states very emphatically :'<7it W'J: :'.; t-h-h sacrifice His call is for our good; says that God's will is that every- 7 BUt 6%. Branford 1& 6 .14 Severance B. S. ISt.80 N Rnn 100 S 100 Ft, W Ft, 50 E 50 Ft Ft To, .- ,
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and m# !::::ZrJ"1: :>;.:'; and if we have faith enough to one who has faith that Christ S% Bile 69. BraDford 16 15 U' Pryor Walter Henry POB Being Part of Lot .

very clearly th a tRtt,;: :.:, \$ ,', xE: : say with Samuel, "It is the Lord: can save him will have everlastinglife. Beg At A Pt n Yds E of -L. Arrant 11.15 Lot 21 24 Bit BIk 71.71.Live Live Oak Oak- 24 24 2 2 IS.13 Arab AeyOti/aa. LMe SMI HMBM. Inc 51.22>

it is impossible $,.P't. ,. let Him do what seemeth to Him This faith is Christ leads to SE Cor af Stain,... Lot '. A Lot In SW Cor of Lot 8 5.4 >
h, "
'ft good." and with Paul, "we know a daily surrender to Him. to His Owned By Stain, II: Being 60 Ft E A W A
forgiven -
sin ; .
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have :
to < Moses Thence S5 Yds E 128 Ft N A S of Btk 72.
and to ,.If that all things work together for will to His service.Is To Iron Pipe Thence N Live Oak 24 2 13 J...... Noah A flaW

eternal sal- "'' good to them that love God. to your faith sufficient to per- 15 Yds To Iron Pipe : Mae A Frank Let 9*. 74.74
gain Thence W S5 Yds To Beg SO Ft S A: 220 Ft E -
vation and entrance into the them who are the called according mit you to commit your loyalty to Iron Pipe Thence S 35Yds of NW Cor Lot 8 As A

His Christ to faithful To FOB More Folly POB Thence S 100 Ft. E '.'
to if we have and service to
unless a person purpose, -
of God 58.62
Kingdom Des in DB G8 P 68 21 6 14 % Knicht Albert James 50 FtN100Ft.W50
accepts Jesus Christ as his Lord faith then, we will work the workof His program through a local 534 of SW: 26 6 14 86 DUliI. Thomas C. &: Ft To POB BIk 72. Live -

and Saviour. In the second place, God and He will be able to use church? The evidence of not-seen- Dorothy R. 35.36 Oak 24 Z IS J..... Area. Charles .
NESS of NESS U 6 U 40 Dean Thomas C. Bdaa
the Bible states Just as emp $ic- us effectively in His service. faith is seen in faithful service I I Dorothy R. 2.53 Lot 9 BIk 72. Live Oak 24 2 11 N.... Mae B..... K. II: 51 n:
and works. N% of NW'i as 6 14 80 Dean Thomas C. .I; Jela
and Just as clearly that it is The Bible says that "faith is 4.1.9 Geft U.2Z
ally Dorothr R. Beg 105 Ft N of SW Cor
impossible to please God if a per- SW% of SE% 25 1 11 40 Reed Jerry. Eat. 19.81 Lot 23 A Run E 6S Ft.

faith in Him. NOTICE OF TAX SALE WS4 of NE3; A NW3; of N 62Vi Ft, W 63 Ft. S
son has no 1 11 Est. tT.1 "
SEV SG 1G Reed Jerry 52 Vi Ft To POB BIk 73.

This does not say that it will Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of May, The W.198 Ft of SW 4 of Live Oak 24 Z IS H-.c. c. J. 10.n
NE 8 2 11 Leroy a Lola Lots 6 A BIk
% 6
Walker 74.
6 ; Live
be difficult to be successful in the 1963" at Eleven O'clock, A. M., at Live Oak, County of Mae 6.45 Oak 24 Z 11 Bdwipd. Xae"a J'' 1077

Lord's work; but point-blank and Suwannee, State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be Beg At NE Cor of SE4. ofSW'4 Lots 4 A 5 Blk C. MeLeods ;
the Run S 450 Ft Snb-Div. 24 2 11 W4/aas.
arrow from F. W. Lava 15 18
straight as an sold on the following described land to pay amount due W 226 Ft For A POD Lots 2 A 3 BIk D. MeLeods

heart of God comes this truth, for herein the with all Thence Run W 110 no S Snb-Div. 24 Z IS Ohr, 10,77
taxes set opposite same together
54 Ft Across S End of
"without faith it is impossible to 106 Ft. E 110 Ft N 105 .
costs of such sales and all advertising. Ft To FOB U 2 11' 4 Burht Dne&: Katie 1.95 Lots 1 A 2 BIle A Being
please God.. 54 Ft N A S X 278 Ft
Description 01 Land Sec.Twp.Rre. Acr. Owner Amt. &: Costa % ABeg112YdsSofNE E A W BIk A. Hender
When the Holy Spirit speaks Cor of SE3 of SWt: a
N3 of NESS SW: of son Add. 24 2 IS Elsa Jam. A. A
Aft L.
BIble Run W 35 Yds S 70 U.1 i
of the A
through the inspiration Lot As Des In DB 120
NESS E% of E4 of .. E S5 Yds N 70Yds
and says that a thing is im- NWti "E% of NEV of To POB 14 2 13 % Hays Arne 1.U P 210 Being Part of Lot
SWIS NW: of SE'S 15 S 15 2U Fleming. J. F. S 71.U Beg At A Pt 615 Ft W of 2 Blk B. Henderson Add. 24 Z IS Brown Artkr T. 6 4"
sense
possible, it is true in every SEVi of NE3S NEV of A Pt 315 Ft S of NE A Parcel of Land 105 FtE&WBy120FtN& -,

of the word. SE3< 15 S 15 8G Fleming. J. F, 35.30 Cor of SESi af SW%, "
Lots '1. 8. 9. 16 17 Blk Ran W 105 Ft N 105 S Des in DB 111 P 111 24 Z IS Ivy general Grass 49.7
"It is only by faith.. says Lot 3 BIk 4. Re-
Z. Wellborn Heights 16 S 15 Thomas Minnie Est. 16..2 Ft, E 105 Ft. S 105 Ft Ingleside
Charles Spurgeon. "that we can Lots 51. 52. n. u. 55, 56. To FOB 14 2 13 Frasier G. W. 16.79 Platt 24 2 13 Smitb Leroy L. a La.

Him 57 W% of Lot 50. Revised h Parcel of Land Des Iu wawa '.4.
recognize God approach Lots 5 & 6 BIk 4.
Ingleside
16 au' Hall Thomas 6.67 5.95
Platt DB 15 P 4.17 16 2 IS American Shell Homes Inc.
speak to Him feel His presence, N% BUt V. Wellborn 16 S 15 Hutcherson John T. &: All N4 of SE3S N of RR 16 2 IS 14 Roes Grace Mrs. 111.19 Replatt 24 Z IS Hai., I. J. R. De.

and be delighted with His perfec- Daisy 3.67 Lot 3. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 13 Fillmore Boston 5.45 II rM B' 14" gj
Beg At SE cor Lot 8 BUt ,- Lots U Ii: U A 5. Beverly Lot 23 Blk 12. Ingleside
tions. He that has not faith is toward 13& Run N&S105Ft.: Hills Est. 22 2 11 Tompkins, ETa Mae 15.57 Replatt 24 2 13 GMree Eo h. A

God as one dead; and (Jes- E &: W 105 Ft. Wellborn 16 S 15 Kenned. Charles E II: Lot 8. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 Z IS Thompson Bethel Barbara 6 4 '
Frances 15.8 5.95 A Parcel of Land Des in

us Christ) is not the God of the A Lot Beg 15 Ft N of SE .. : ,- Lot 1%. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 2 13 Philpot Annie, Thomas Belle G. &: .DB 123 P 344 24 Z IS Bell Jaek A Mane 97 l .
-- A Parcel of Land Des in
dead but of the living. Where Cor BUt 14 Run N 16SFt Eliza G. 5.95
has beenno W 168 Ft. S 168 Ft Lot 19. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 11 Mitchell C. O. U.1Z DB 92 P 41 24 2 IS D-.t. II. R. ....
'there is no faith there E 168 Ft To POB &: Also N% Lot %8. Beverly Hills bet+i trr 7'
quickening of the Holy,Sp1rit Lot 60 X 16 Ft Bd S Est. 22 2 13 May Ethel Lee j .76 The E 50 Ft of S 100 Ft
30. South Live Oak
Lot
of By Hwy Alao Lots 1 Lot 32. Beverly. Hills Est. 22 2 IS Cole Mlles &; Lillie 6.n
the essence Z 13
for faith is of very Snb-Div. 25
8 Leas Lot To Cobb & Lots S5 &; 36. Beverly Gn.9Iar. QIFde a a.n. B' I
spiritual life; and so the man who Lowe Less Lot To Mc- Hills Eat. 22 2 11 Whitaker ETa Mae a Lot 6 BIle F. South Live
26 2 13
Loran Also A Lot 170 X -FZ5Z James 11.80 Oak Tomlr..r4 Wien a K. R.2r 1 ;
has no faith can no more have Bile Lot 1 BIk J. Goffs Add. 26 2 1:1 R.-.... Ii F. 8M.
Ft In SW' Cor of iU. Lot U. Beverly Hills E.t. 22 2' IS Tompkins Carlin a a 1688i!
fellowship with the living God Wellborn 16 S 15 :McLeran. E. B. Jr. 146..21 Hattie Lee 'IS.U Lot 1 BIk 1. Carroll So

Lot 68 X 168 Ft In Bile U. Lots 18. 41. U. Beverly Side Add. 26 Z IS Phi Marvtst J. 1,5:
and give Him pleasure than cana Lots 11 A 12 BIk 12. Liberty -
Bd N By Alley E By Srd Hills Est. 22 2 13 :Montgomery. Bessie Mae 15.57Lot
stick or stone a horse or an ox St, S By Carver. W ByHembree 55. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 2 13 Calhoun. Jerry L. Heights 26 2' U La.... W. B. 21 :
SWVi of SWVi Less 5 A
Bile U. Wellborn Grace E. 5.95
have fellowship.. 16 S 15 McLeran E. B. Jr.' 1.10N I Across E Side Less 1 A
Lot 65. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Whitaker James Ii: Eva
Look at the issue from the pointof % Lot 1 &: Lot 2 Bile 16. :Mae 5.95 Des In DB 90 P 227,

human relations. If a Wellborn 16 3 15 Hutcherson John T. a Lots 'IS A 74. Beverly Less N 528 Ft of SW% .. .
view of Daisy 131..25 Hills Est. 22 2 IS McMillian James A Mil- of SW F. 26 2 11 %O.JaebM,. 6bat4e. 211 j I
man has no confidence in you Lots 1 &: 4 BUt 18. Wellborn died 11.7 3 A Lot in S% of SE% t '
with 16 S 15 Knight; Charles R. Jr. 76.(8 Lots 15 &: 76. Beverly Bd S By Davis N By,1 ;"
you can have no pleasure W% Lot 1 W% Lot 4 Hills Est. 22 2 13 Thompson 3. C. Viola 10.11 Lawson 26 2 13 S B..... -.... 4l ... lr

him because he will desire no fel- Blk 2%. Wellborn 16 3 15 :Midstate Homes Ine. 101.59 Lot 85. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 2 IS Thompson Philmore a Pevi4Me 5'0. ; .
SW 3S of SW,4. 21 3 15 40 Roberts. Austin E. &: Margaret 5.95 Lot As Des in DB. FF PIt
with and will never
lowship' you Eleanore U.U S3i Lot 9 O. Beverly Hills % 26-2 11 Jeba..a, L i 4 ; ,
confide in you. If your child has Lots 15 &: 16. Randall Sub. Est. 22 2 IS Kelly Marguerite 4.76 Bet 6SO Ft W A 105 Ft
2Z S 15 Clark, H. H. 2.16 Lucinda S of NE Cor of SEVi &:
and does not Div Lot 96. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Williams Drew Ii: 87.15
in
no faith you All EVs of SE% 01 SW Lots 4 &: 5 BIle 1. RR Add. Z2 IS Merritt, Johnson Dora Run W 70 Ft. S 105 Ft.
trust you yours is indeed a very Lying S 01 St. Rd. &: Powell 25.18 E 70 Ft, N 105 Ft To

sad condition. And the child's SWV, of SE3S of SWSS 22 3 15, 20 Shasky Fred F. t.n Lot 1 BIk 4. RR Add. 22 2 13 Davis Howard 6.45 POB 26 2 13 3( Ras.a George 5 ,
All E% of NW 4. Lying E Lot 13 BIle 4. RR Add. 22 2' 13 Dixie Acceptance Corp. 10.2'1 Beg 778 Ft N of SW Cor '
condition is just as sad becausehe of Pb. Rd. &: All N 34 of S 60 Ft Lot 11 Blk 1. RR of Sec 28 A: Run N To -
and confi- S% Lying E of Pb. Rd. 27 3 15 lU Shasky Fred F. 1&.98 Add. 22 2 13 Stockton Estelle l5.n NW Cor of SW 4, E To
needs faith trust
NWl,4 of NW%, 28 3 15 40 _Roberts Austin E: &: Lots U. U. 16 Blk 7. RR NE Cor of SWVi, S 830
dence in his father.In Eleanore 11.0I Add. 22 2 13 McCollum Samuel 2.18 Ft, W To Vi See Line. .

if have I Beg At NW Cor NW Si of Lots 2 a: S Blk 11. RR S Along t i See Line -
like no .
measure you 1060 Ft W To POB 28 2 13 IN X. ..
NE% Run E Along Lot 3 Blk 3. Fruitland M. Arias __h.
faith and confidence in your Pine-mount &; Lake City Add. 22 2 13 Williams John H. -1 3.56Lots JaaM. *. Frank, Marion.

Heavenly Father you can bringno Rd. 315 Ft S. 105 Ft W. 1. 2 a 3 Blk 5. Fruit: SaanMl Barm, Willie
315 Ft N. 105 Ft To land Add. 22 2 13 Curtis Reece 10.11 L *. Airfrew, Mildred
pleasure to Him and your own POB 8 4 : 15 S/( Green Oscar D. Jr. 8.11 Lot 10 BUe 5. Fruitland Arttwr A Mathew 61OatUsw. '
spiritual relationship with His is E% of SE": 9 4 15 80( Brannan. Robert D. 20.U Add. -22 2 13 Filmore Doris a Roosevelt A Parcel of Land Des In ?
W'34 of SW3S 10 4. 15 80 Brannan Robert D. 20.n g.72 DB 121 P 175 J 3' 18 3.4 Jason 8. A

ruined. SE' of NW 3S &; E% of Lot 19 Elk 1. Hildreth 2nd I Mina L. 11) Lack,, of faith then destroys SW Vi &: SW 3i of SE% 18 4. 15 160 Kenned. Edward L. 51.0 Md. 22 2 13 Surety Mortgage Innat. All NEVi of NEVi Lying

W% 01 E% Qf SE3S &: went Co.- 73.74Lot W of A Line 100 Ft W
love. Let us understand that there NWl,4 of SEV, 18 415 80 Kenned. Edward I.. 111.26 4 BIle 2. Hildreth 2nd of Center of ACL Ry

lies at the bottom of all love a be- SWS 28 4 15 160 Walters. O. J. lU.83 Add. 22 2 13 Holland Ernestine 22.78 Less 330 Ft Across W
of SE'S 16 5 20 Koon. Roy a Iris Side U I 13 II py& Flsery J. a..id !8Q':
the loved.If S% of SE3a : 9.21 Lots 69 a: 70 Blk S. Ril- :
lief and a trust in one 133 NWVi of SW% as 3 .1s 40 ... -
The S 15 Ft of Lot dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 11 Northington. Charlie 9.U 1'1 <
we do not believe in a personwe Section C. Suwannee Lots 55 BUt 3. Hildreth EVi of SEVi S6 3 13 so lap?... PtIirnatI AR"'a.
Ranchettes 20 Ii '?' 15 :Moore JameS M. & 2nd Add. 22 2 11 Robinson, Sarah H. LOS .. 11 a :
cannot love him. If we do not Marion 55.6 Lots 13 &: 14 Blk 4. Hil- W% of NEVi of NWVi S6 3 18 fill Il. ... B. 3. xs

trust God and have faith in Him,, 7 Acres More or Less in dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 13 Walker Viola Mae II: SW 3S of NW 3. Less 1 A 1& .
do not NWA of NW3: in Su- J Eugene 11.27 To Sch Bd. 1 4 "r.-.tse. Artbar A. &; lath 2'1 5'
Him. If
love
we cannot we wannee County or Lot S 6 7 } 1 Moser. William 9.61 A Lot US X 480 Ft Bd N SWVi of SE-Vi & SE%

believe that He is God and trust The 1i 55 Ft. of S 510 Ft" By 7th Ave E By See .- of SWViNVi S 4 11 60 B.... 3. B. lL 31 t '
of NE V of SW% W of ',' W Frazier Add of NWVi Less 1% A
Line By
what to
Him to do with seems
us NEVi of
Rd. No. 129 20 1 U Dee3e. B. W. 6.U Known As Lot A Blk 1 In NE Cor of
Him to be good then we will resent NE4 of SE'Leas A .... Leas Lots Sold. Hildreth NW Vi 'I 4 13 78. Sit IawYtw. .R 67 a :
Strip 10 Yds Wide Across 2nd Add Less N 150 Ft 22 2 13 Bass E. K. 17.51A Beg At NE Cor of NEVi
and His .
His challenges opportunities 2 ... of NWVi A Run S 315
N Side &: Less Parcel of Land Des In
to service and will 1 AA.DesInDBlZ8P DB lU P 502 U 2 n HilL A. J. a Connie 8.31 Ft. W 209 Ft. N 315 Ft

kick against His will. When He 158 Z 2 14 32 Lee. Leo 17.07 Beg 330 Ft S of NW Curt EofNWV4&NSof E 209 Ft To POB 7' 18 1. g'..... .... x &; Susie 6'4 J
SVi of NWVi 11 z u n Lee Leo &: Peggy 48.72 NEV of SEV: & Run :
NEVi of NWVi Less 10 A E 210"FC s- 210 Ft. W: SW V. of NW SS 17 4 IS' 1M Sm1ti Hosea s..It H. 2 I en

In S% of SVi of NEVi 210 Ft N 210 Ft To N% of NWVi of SEVi &:
of NWVi 12 2 14 30 Delegat G. C. 11.27 POB 22 2, "13 Smith. Caesar 1.21Lots S% of SWVi of NEVi 25 4 1J U O r rj, Ole I3 .
Tax Returns 27 A on N Side of SEVi 13 2 14 27 Lee. Wm. Irvin 12.67 7 A 8 BIk N. College E% of SWVi 4 5 11 tt0 Bea : Mary Drew A

S 35 Yds of SEA of SE v,. Heights 22 2 13 Johnson. A. A: Thomas J.... 61 q
of NWVi of SWVi 18' 2 14 ,.. Edwards. Nathaniel 5.95 Gillins 121.8 E 34 of NEVi of NW V. 9 5 11 J4 Butritht Mary Dsw &:

SWVi of SE%: 18 2 14 : 40 Green.. John RjfA: Francis 67.94 Lots 20 A 21 Elk B. College 3...... 8 84
A On
Points State'sBusiness of 13 Brown. Ansel LV WVi of WVi Less 10
Up SVi of SWVi of SEVi Heights 23 2 10.7 1 12
2
NWVi of SWViNVi 18 2 14 IVi Lester Thelma S.56 Lots S A 4 BIk D. Slate's N End High 1M Pb48tips. I. Marv/tl 97 ? '
Lot 38. Suwannee
of SWofSW'h& Add. 23 2 13 Dais Mary Est. S9.6
NWVi of SWVi &: SWViof Lot 2 BIk G Less S 20 Ft. lands Snb-Div. 1st. Add. S 1 12 Partin. J.ba R. a .

GrowthUp NW Vi Less 12 A On Slate's Add. 23 2 IS Riley. Ed 10.7 Kathryn 11 Ii
70 Yd. Sq In SW Cor of
E End 25SVi 2-14 83 Cook. George Malcom. &: Lot 3 BIk H. Less S 20 Ft. 22 Z 12
Latemer 41.32 Slate's Add. 23 2 13 Butler Pink 10.7 SE V. 1 Garden Freak E. a

A 15 per cent gain in the num- of SW 3a. of SWVi 25 2 14 29 Cook. George Malcom A E% Lot 2 Blk O. Slate's WVi of W% of NWVi of HarrIett .. 4 ) ,
Latemer Ida
13 Foster. A
8.69 Add. 23 2 Waters
ber of income tax returns filed NVi of N% of NEVi of Viola 44.9 NEVi The E as 2. I2 10 &o.s. Frank L. 5 it.
Yds of
The S 115
Florida dur- SW 3G 29 2 14 10 Butler. Amanda Est 8.36 Lots 2 A 3 BIk P. Slate's
in Washington from 210 Yd. of E% of SW A 8 1 12 5 Hut Alfred
O.
Beg. 232 Ft N of SW Cor Add. 23 2 13 Holmes. Catherine, Est.73.2 25 13
ing the' past five years points up of SE S4 of NW 4. Thence Lots 4 A 5 BIk Q. Slate's W% of SW 4 27 1 12 U Byctboda, WImer .

the state's growth the Florida Run E 200 Ft. N 150 Ft. Add. 23 2 13 Holmes. Catherine Est. 58.8 Karel .. U 8-S
W 200 Ft S 150 Ft To Lot 6 BIk Q. Slate's Add. 23 2 13 McCoy. Elizabeth 48.7 N% of NWVi U 1 12 SO SY&b.U, Biiseer L. U.S!
State Chamber of Commerce reported POB 30 Z 14 Turner Hubert G." A NVi Lot 1 Blk W Less W S% of S% of SEVi of
Doris C. 23 2 IS.Williams.. Everliaer S.U SEA 21. 4 12 10 Ferawoj.
yesterday in its Weekly 27.18 10 Ft. Slate's Add. IAatiey K. 8.91;
Beg At Inter of W Line of ,' .. E% Lot Z BIk W. Slate's W% of SE V of SW 3 d 22 4 12. 20 Boatr4glrt 2 bomaa L. 3919
Business Review. E 121 Ft of SW V. er Add. 23 2 IS Williams Joe 29.3 Lot 5. Suwannee Bell Estates

"In 1962 there was a total of NW 31 A S Line of RWof Lots 2 A; S BIk X. Slate's Lot Fronting Unit No.On 1 Pine St If 4 12 WarretI, W. Z. a LoriN 8618

2.672.000 returns filed from the St Rd No. 10 A FtN 4, Add. 2S 2 IS Demps. Ethel 15.5 110 Ft A Ron Back To
S 200 Ft. E 121 iI Add. 13 .Parnelt John Jr. '
Lot 4 BIk X. Slate' 23 2 1.UE Magnolia St 150 Ft A
state. This figure was 341,000 I To RD R/W -Thence W < % Lot 9 Elk H. Add To A Parcel of Land A. Des

more than five years previously," To POB SO 2 14 Starling.. Joe A Marjorie 61.82 NW DiT. 23 2 IS_ Hale. Coy L. 145.3 fn DB 105 P 98 U 1 11 1V Hoovey )slsie Mae
Com at A Pt on A Road. -', Lot 5-B. Lot 6 A S 22 Ft W% of SEVi of SWViNWVi IS Z 11 20 'JldTetI, S. B. 50712
said. "
the Review The Old Houston &: Lower Lots 1-B A 2-B Elk 20 of NEVi 1 I 11 U Bums, Naatr Mr-s. l/R

"The count of returns filed by Spgs Rd on Vi Sec .' or A Lot 182 Ft Sq. in B% of SW% of NEVi 1 1 11 U Buma, E. 39.10
Line Between The NEV4 J- SE Cor of BIk 20. NW. EVi of NEVi of SWVi 1 1 11 ZI Nelsen O. W. 54I,;
individuals came to 1.612.000. up of NEVi A SE% of ;; .> ,. Div. 23 2 13 Gallops. W. D. A Eun- Beg At NE Cor of W 19 A 102

16 per cent during the period. NEVi above See Running N- -_ "lee :L- 11.2 of NW% of SEVi A RunS
Along Said Road Lot 11. 12. 13 A 14 BIk A. 264 Ft, W 165 Ft. N
Declarations of estimated tax 59 Yds. .W 47 Yds. 3'5 I Humphreys Sub-Div. 23 S 11 Mager Ida 10.11 264 Ft, E 165 Ft To .

numbered 203,000 slightly above Yds. E 97 Yds to POB 34 Z 14 1 Surety Mortgage _Investment Lots 1. 2 A S BIk B. Hum POB I S .11 1 J.II..... B -KaroW- 5 OB
Co. an:ta phreys Sub-Div. 23 Z 11 Jlmer. Ida 11.11 Lots 6. 7& E8BIk11. -
the 1958 figure."Corporations. NWV4 of NWVi 36 Z' UIt Cook. Malcom. Ceorg. A Lot 4 BIk B. Humphreys Dowling Park I I 11 mark James L. .

showed a 45 per Latemer 2K24 Sob-Div. 23 2 11 Shelton Willie a Same 1.14 Lot 6 BIk 34. Dowling s 2513

in number and Beg At Inter of S Bd. of The S 31.67 Ft Lot S A N Park I I._ 11 Rome a..e .
cent increase SAL RR A W Edge of 21.67 -Ft Lot 4 BIk L 2 1. ,
Lot 12 BIk 34. DowlingPark
stood at 50.000 last year. Part- E% of NWVi A Run E Carron Add. 23 2 11 Ross. Bessie K. n.T I I 11 Bnham ,
Lawre.
Along RR R/W 362 Ft. Killer. Ida Est. F. a
Lot S BIk IL Carroll Add. 23 2 11 U.U
nerships totaled 24,000 down 7 S 102.4 Ft To Hwy No. RebeMa 2
The S 86 Ft Lot 4 BIk IL Lots 5 A C BIk 38. DowHag 6
per cent during the five years. 90 W Along Hwy R/W Carroll Add. 2S Z IS Holmes Caesar )(. n.1O Park I I11'
"Filings for various types of 855 Ft. N 48 Ft To POB 3 1 U Surety Mortgage Investment Lot C BIk m. Carron Add. 23 Z 11 McMillian Sarah 10.21 Golditerg Be Ar1Ikr a PFab

Co. 52.23 Lot 7 A 8 Elk HL Carroll 3 5
employment taxes came to 663,- EVi Hof NEVi of NWVi 7 S 14 29 Wflliama. S. A. 27.57 Add. 23 Z IS Williams. Kose 11.11 Lot.Bik Park 23. Dow. -,ling I J 11 Blair Bale

cent increase NEVi of SEVi 19 1 14 49 Scott. William,- Marie Ma- Lots 11 A 12 Elk m. Car- Lot S Elk 74. Dowling F. A JUWaM .". 'I[
16 over
000 a per KO. Thornton A. j. D. ron Add. 23 : IS Holley Henrietta Est 11.11 Park I I 11 Kir.

1958. The balance of the total Hawkins 59.32 Lots 15 A 16 BIk IlL Car Lots 15 A 16 BIk 86. Dow- ..... B. i t -
NVi of SW% A SEVi af.
roll Add. 23 Z IS Smith. Catherine: Eat. 10.11
returns were for estate, gift and SWVi A SW 3G of SEVi 20 I 14 160 Scott William. Marie Mao Lot Carron '_ ling Park I I 11 Rome David 2 G"
24 BIk m. NWof NEVi of NEVi 17 I 11 J' Ash
George
excise taxes and numbered 120,- .- Thornton A J. .D. Add. 23 I 11 Curry Christopher a NWVi of MWVi 21 J 11 U Walker T. 3.61
B.
a
Hawkins 74.24 Chestme 10.41 E% of SW% of SWVi 23 I 11 ZO Dot K. 19.6r
Senterftt
NW 14 40 ,
NEVi of % 29 r.Ja
000."Although 'JI Scott Harvey A FannIe Lots 4 A 5 BIk IV. Carron S% of SE% of NEVi A 5 43
there are duplica- Kae' 2047 Add. 23 2 11 Green. Edward A. l.tI
NEVi of NEVi U I 11 so Riggs
SEVi of NEVi 36 1 14 40 Aoanstu
tions in the total figure since Stockton. M. J. 17.72 Lot C Blk IV. Carroll Add. 2S 2 11 Green. John R.. 1.41 W% of SW% 26 I 11 It A r v 20.37
160 3.
SWVi 2: I 14 a' K.
Kaliaoskt.:
Edward A Jane 'Ln 24.68NEY4
Lots 12 BIk IV. Carron N% of NEVi II I 11 30
N 54 of SW 3G A SE 3i of Z.
different types of returns may be NWVi A Add. 23 S 11 Brown, Enlia.a: I.ti of NEVi A EVi ofNWVi M. 19.8'
NWVi of
filed by corporation or individual Lot 6 BIk 42. Reese Add. 23 2 11 Rlehardaon Myrtle 1637 of NEViANVi
one NEV4 4 5 14 160
'- Pace 3. G. J. Econo- SVi Lot 7 Bit 40. Live of BE% of NEVi 124 11
the general upward t< / 7rmoa. ,Blondt 39.82 Oak 23 2 11 WiI1i&ms. Felton w. 4.11 Say, B. L 4: jySARAB.iKAWLS 42.19
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SEVi of SW% 12 .I.U 40ley.'A.. fSff
trend shows an expansion of thestate's Lob 5. 6, 11. 18. 19. 20 P. %in N% Lot 7 BIk 49. Live 23EVi Z 11 Lcna Catherine 4.'fI' "- > -.
Oak ...
( A 21 Elk 9. North East -
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economy Lot K BIk 40. Live CoIIecfea-

.cluded. SawannM. Heights.----0, .... ,,- It..,... I 14 .lItrt'. .-.Homer... Smith__. ... A Oak 28 Z 11 Ye1nl&. Victor J(. a.lhi -- .
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I Valuable Equipment
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J. Lepper and sons of Lake Toole Sunday Jd bt.

H| City spent the week end herewith Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of

The modern telephone- is more the transmission of impulses from important message awaits him at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper. Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. L.

than Just a conversation piece. the brain heart and muscles; via home or office.Automation Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore viS- P. Fortner Sunday. night.

Doctors can use the versatile de the telephone. The technique makes it possible to ited Mr. and Mrs. Louie Fortner t

vice to transmit brain waves. Pro- would allow doctors in remote dial special numbers for a host of 4c Friday night. No. 1

fessors teach by phone and mu- places to consult immediately with services from prayers to fairy tales ricii* 0m Carl Tressler visited Mr. and
sicians in Berlin can tune their specialists in distant cities. in many cities throughout the Mrs. Drew Holmes Friday night. They aren't one bit lazy. When
instruments to the correct pitchby At Sweden's University of Gothenburg world. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark and the sun is shining, and the wea-
dialing a special number.Dr. English is taught system- Vienna's telephone service is a Back In 1639 residents of New children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. ther is pretty, they really work."

.Alexander Graham Bell's remarkable atically by intensive 20-minute lazy man's dream. He can be Amsterdam (now New York Cry) I F. Toole Friday night. And although they require a lot
invention has come a drills between teacher and student awakened or lullabied to sleep. If camped outside the goyemor's office Andy Fortner of Live Oak spent of work from the beekeeper, bees
and lit up in silent protest against a 1 can earn a man a good living or
long way since his first call to Mr. subscribers. the children are bored with fath- Tuesday night with Waldo Mose-
prohibition The
Watson in 1877 the National Geo- In Washington D.C., a "Bell er's bedtime stories. Aunt Fairytale on smoking. governorsoon a worthwhile supplement to his
changed his mind and removed the
graphic Society says. boy" personal paging system is being steps soothingly into the ban. ley.David McMullen of Live Oak present income depending on the
Dial D For Diagnosis field-tested. The pocket-sized Breach via telephone. spent Tuesday night with Mr. and number of hives he keeps.

Doctors at the University of transistor receiver will "beep" to Taped recordings suggest to Viennese Mrs. Drew Holmes.Mr. Henry said be has about $5.000
that what to cook for dinner H. M. Moore and invested in his 200-odd hives. The
Louisville are experimenting: with tell a person on the move an and Mrs.
where to go for the weekend even Mr. and Mrs. William Moore net income from these hives averages

how to act: "Before presenting spent Sunday in Ocala and Six between $12-$15 per hive

flowers to a lady remove the paper Gun Territory.Mr. each year he said. He added that

wrapping Opera glassesare and Mrs. L. P. Fortner honey has an almost unlimited

meant for looking at the stage spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. market.

not scrutinizing other members of Artis Golden and attended services -

Church.Mr. .
the audience at Orange Baptist
Paris's famous S.V.P. (Sit Vous and Mrs. J. F. Toole and TROUBLE
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Plait) will dispatch a plumber or .Patriot Patrick Henry, best known for his lye Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Slim

a dog walker yoga instructor or me liberty ." speech, first gained fame because Touchton spent Sunday at Stein- GETTING
electrician. Its cycling department v of tobacco, which was used as money hatchee and enjoyed a picnic

CK delivers theater tickets flowers in Colonial days. Lawyer Henry became lunch. They also visited Keaton AUTO

DONOVAN food, wine and billets-doux. celebrated In a case involving Beach.
TRADED TO THE -' 1 Tourists in Holland use special the value of tobacco Carl Tressler spent Saturday INSURANCE?
CLEVELAND IMDtANS ( 1 telephones to obtain sight-seeing paid to clergymen afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. L.

POSTED usr A BR1LUAWTo L-, .. information in English, French, P. Fortner. Need SR-22 Filing endliability
wiw MARK AnaOWLV h ,?__\ German, and Dutch. With each 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood and ills.run7 Ask
10 agent to tend your
GAME call a drawer at the base of the son, John of Jacksonville spent your application to us if you'v
FOR WA5HIW&TCW_. instrument pops open to dispense Friday night and Saturday with I been cancelled or ritcttd. -
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uwr aE ,. folders and maps. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. W. can insure almost
Stocks And Santa Claus Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Baxter anyone at fair rates regardless -

Record systems in Bonn and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. of driving tea
ord. Fire, theft,
Cologne feature movie and theater Henry Turner at Ft. White. comprahtnsirt >
and collision also
listings recipes stock quotations Mrs. Ethel Hays spent Monday ..li'.I' >I.. Premiums maybe
,' ; and the names of doctors'and with Mrs. L. P. Fortner. paid in easy fulfill.
druggists.The Mr. and Mrs. Slim Touchtonand mtnts.
"What this country really needs is a good five-
telephone Mrs. C. Touchton
Japanese company
cent cigar."So whispered Vice President Thomas were sup- To Agents: We will le
for a small fee gives anxious per guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
R. Marshall as he listened to a senator rambleon pleased to tend completekit
parents regular reports on the about the nation's needs. Marsha!!, who was 1 on request. Broker-
whereabouts and welfare of child- Woodrow Wilson's vice president,is best remem- ; state. Coulter again stressed extra age IS Assigned Risk
ren on organized overnight school bered for this chance remark. J +. caution in the use of fire especially flan.

excursions.The field, brush and trash .
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England provides tales for tots During the 7-day period ended ,' -.
schedules of city'events, and at at 8 ajn. Monday 251 fires :rO'sox.f2Jt.:
Christmas the voice of Santa Condition In State Forests WorseningFlorida's had burned 6,813 Florida forest \ ,"!(( u.G2' f;_.

Claus. acres.
forest fire situation, Other fires totaling some 2,000
Because the American telephone
already acute worsened over the acres hit Alachua Nassau Lake.
1 t7 has it has
industry grown so huge
weekend when 154 fires state- Walton, Escambia and Santa CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
not been feasible to the
develop
wide raked 6,000 acres of wood- Rosa counties during the week-
3 automatic services found in land in a 48-hour period ended at ENGINEERSFOR

17L 'g 'I962'S AMERICAN LEA6U6PITCHER Europe.' Americans own more than 8 a.m. today.Suwannee end.Prevailing dry conditions con- LP OR NATURAL GAS
"- OF* THE YEAR. :
I half
: ; the world's 142,000,000
j-:', : : I IS owe OF BASE8AIT5 County Forest Ran- tinue through most of the state. We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
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; _.1 Y BEST WMJCED CONTROL cxgty PITCHERS.47 w phones. ger George Feagle warned that Many localities report high winds. blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
251IIJMINGS... But time and weather forecastsare conditions in this county are extremely Low surface moisture and unusu- for LP and Natural Gas.
.common. In Washington, D.C., dangerous for burning ally low humidity readings point : We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
497,000 persons dialed WEather because of the long drought. to continuing severe if not critical customer prefers.
NY LEMA 6-1212 one snowy January day in Feagle urged everyone in the forest fire conditions. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
1961. county to be extremely careful State Forester C. H. Coulter

Some cities have shopping hints about starting a potential forest said Monday that a prolonged W. C. COPELAND JR.

news reports, and prayersfortheday. period of exceptional fire 'danger ,

Bird-conscious Boston has a fire.Firefighting crews and equip- may be expected until soaking" HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
1- V recorded "Voice of Audubon" that ment from five counties brought rains arrive generally over the I

tells which,feathery friends are to under control late Sunday a- 1-..000---
be seen in the Common on Ja- acre fire eight miles north of,I

s y r"a maica Pond and at Arnold Arboretum Perry in Taylor County. Two
+ J then asks "And what birds separate forest fires north of
a do you have to report?" Panama City in Bay County burn-
11 ed 2,500 acres Saturday.The .
1 w iw fire driven strong
(Office Suppiles at McCrimon's) largest by
winds burned 2,000 acres and ..J :.
jumped a Bay County highwayand

sc.r USE ped.Firefighting railroad before it was stop- { o KEEP UP WITH THEHAPPENINGS

crews and 15 trac- i _
FUCO tors from the Florida Forest Service -

Buckeye Cellulose COrpora- .
tion Canal Timber Company and : -
Brand Weaver-Loughrfdge Company bat- "
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:x tled the Taylor County blaze >

., HE'S CREDITED A NEW which started from a string of
h # MENTAL APPROACH InsecticideFOR "sets" along a 15 mile wide front. OF YOUR HOME TOWN
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j FOR HIS RECENT Hit: .
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SOCCESS CNTHEP&ATOUR. Investigators believed at least :
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one of the Bay County fires was .' .
also the work of arsonists. No or: .
BEST RESULTS
arrests had been made Monday ; BYSUBSCRIBING

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