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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 30, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 3
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June, Eliane To Speak Coach Cox Receives Kiicanis Atcard :


\ BBS To Graduate SHS Rites Mark New




30 Senior Students %1Ihj A w Sy Era For 118 Seniors


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Thirty anxxious Branford High School seniors will '-'

receive their long-awaited high school diplomas tonight 2 Valedictorians
______Crusade Exceeds Baccalaureate Rites ;
(Thursday) in commencement exercises to be held in the d:

school gymnasium beginning at 8 p.m. Ham' Slated For Sunday Salutatorians To
The 30 graduating students show marked increase :: Quota Cancer Baccalaureate services for
-! in the number of seniors gradu- I Suwannee High School gradu-

year ated the 26 seniors past two graduated years.and Last in County Cattlemen :iI' Board Meets ating in the seniors Agricultural will be conducted Coliseum Speaks At EventAmid

Sunday at 8
1961 24 received diplomas. Schedule MeetingThe t The Suwannee County unit of pan. the pomp and cere-
Rev. Spivey Brabham, pastorof
I This year's valedictorian is June mony of graduation rites,
Cat- the American Cancer Society
Suwannee County the First :Methodist Church:
Bass daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : 118 Suwannee High School
tlemen's Association will meet re-organized last fall collected
wily deliver the invocation, and
Arthur Bass. The salutatorian is Thursday, June 6, at 7:30 in the ; 1:: I $1,731 to surpass its quota of $1.- Rev. Nelson Melvin, pastor of seniors Monday will receive
Elaine Griffin daughter of Mr. Agricultural Coliseum and hearan I 200 and become the third countyin the Advent Christian Church the coveted insignia of
and Mrs. Curtis Griffin. address by the executive : the state to accomplish this will read the Scripture.Rev. achievement that once marks
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to
Both June and Elaine plan
I vice president- of the Florida feat.Rev. J. W. ,Baillie, pastor of the end of a 12-year learning -
attend college after graduation. ? I
:
; Cattlemen'sAssocfatfcr.l! : Bill Nickerson served
as
the Westwood Baptist Church experience and the beginning
,
said to attend :. ;;
June she plans ; {
Art Hifbie is scheduled to f :..!:. : chairman of the highlysuccessful will deliver the baccalaureatesermon. of new
College and historyor a era.
Berry study ...
discuss actions taken by the crusade. Mrs. Tom Cheek was
science. Elaine said .4 The benediction will be The 118 seniors scheduled to
political current Legislature that will chairman of the committee for given by Rev. Bill
she intends to enroll in Florida Dodd. pastorof receive their diplomas in the'Agricultural -
i State University and study math- benefit cattlemen'in Suwannee securing contributions from the the Church of the Nazarene. Coliseum at 8 p.m. add
1 County and aH over the state. business district Mrs. L. A.
ematics chemistry. ; Pianists for the service are up to one less than last. gear's:
Commencement and exercises will In addition he will discuss the Blackmon was chairman of the Elaine Dennis and Mary Kay 119 and three more than the. 115
begin with the processional of work presently being done to residential area; Mrs. Rudolph Grant. Alice E. Grant is chorus who graduated in 1961.
curb new cattle diseases. Scott was chairman of rural director.
This year however, for the
seniors into the gymnasium followed -
by the invocation by Rev. The Suwannee Association- recently areas and Mrs. Duke McCallister first time in the history of SU-
joined the Florida Cattlemen's served as special gifts chairman.The .
wannee High School, the eh ias-
W. H. Anderson pastor of the
O'Brien Baptist Church. Association.. crusade committee expressed Mills Is Elected tic achievement of two students
their sincere thanks to
averaged to a point so nearlyequal
s Both the valedictorian and salutatorian '
i!i each volunteer crusade and citiz- that both of them were
f June's talk will is the speak."Right The topic To De-of 1 3 Firms Donate en of ,this county that helped to Vice-President Of named valedictorians.

mocracy". Elaine will speak on Rev. J. W. Baillie, Chairman of the Kiwanis Public Affairs make this drive a success by giv- They are Candy Hampton, 17-
ing of their time and funds to State AssociationRobert I year-old daughter of Mr. and
"The Magic Of Doors". Motor Trailer Committee presents the award to Cox.
conduct the fight against cancer.
( Branford School Principal A. Mrs. John Hampton and Joanna
Perry Geiger will announce Board MeetingThe D. (Bobby) Mills son of Tsacrios 18-year-old daughter of
awards 'and present the class for Boat To SRAThe Coach Of The Year Mrs. Rees Mills and the late Rees Mr. and Mrs. Nicky M. Tsacrios.
graduation. School Superintendent Suwannee unit's board Mills of Live Oak was elected vice The salutatorian is Carol Lynn
Everett Williamson will make Suwannee River Authority Kiwanis Honor Cox With meeting was held Tuesday and president of the Florida Junior Adams daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
the presentation of diplomas.Rev. "flagship" is now on duty. Rev. Nickerson gave a report on College Association recently at the Dan N. Adams.
Leonard Powell pastor1 Of John C. Camp of Jasper. Chair- the crusade. Mrs. G. B. McLean state convention held in Daytona Other honor graduates are
the Branford Assembly of God man of the Authority said the Citizens education chairman reported on Beach. I Glenda Faye Brim Constance
n Church, deliver the benedic- I boat motor and trailer, were Distinguished Plaque the number of films' shown thru- Bobby a student at North Flor- Cannon, Clark Peat Crapps John
a the .out the county during the drive. ida Junior Sawyer Flood Jr.. Franklin Paul
4 tion. Luther Boon, president of i donated to the Authority by College will be the
The Kiwanis Club last week presented a Distin-
the senior class will act as masterof three manufacturers to help in Mrs. Morgan Miller service second highest official in the state Flowers. Jeannette Hingson Sandra -
ceremonies.The promoting the Suwannee River. guished Citizens Plaque to Gene Cox, head coach and ath- chairman, reported on the band- organization that is directly responsible Jean Hitt Jewel Dean Mc-
graduating, seniors are "We are indeed grateful to letic director at Suwannee, High School, who will assumea ages and linens that have been for the 16 junior colleges Call William Wallace Townsend
Robert Franklin Bates, William these people! and I want to pub- similar position with Leon High of Tallahassee this fall. made and are in the loan closet. in the state comprising 25- Constance Penelope Wettstein,
Bascom 'Bradley m. William Roy Judy express my; appreciation; to Cox, who piloted Suwannee High to its most successful President Mrs. E. L. Kent expressed 000 students. Patricia Marcella Wootey and
Collins Gerald Danfcl.CaDinfi. these people-for helping ps in our f season-.history last yearana her thanks for the outstanding Currently vice president of the Rita Gayle Wynne.All .
James William Crariford, Francis plans for developing the Suwannee for the second time was named .. job"done during the cru- student body at NFJC Bobby rana of these honor students, including -
Montgomery Cribbs Alfred W. River Country" Camp said. coach. of the Year in the Big Registration Set .,. sade and appointed a nominating heated race against Charles the valedictorians and
Dorsett Wallace Elmo Hill. Larry Camp said' the 18-foot Sport- Bend received the award from J. For First Grade ", committee of Rev. Spivey Brab- Sammons of Indian River Junior salutatorian, will be garnered bya
.Martin Jonas, Charles Melvin Kil- Craft safari deluxe boat was givento W. Baillie. chairman ot the Kiwanis Pre-school registration for all ham chairman. Beverly Nelson, College and carried 11 of the 16 green ribbon as their recognition .-
Patrick. Luther Joseph Koon the Authority. by Sport-Craft Public. Affairs Committee. prospective first grad pupils and Kathleen Googe. The com- junior colleges in the association. symbol.
Gerald Lee Don G. Philpot Paul Inc., the Perry boat company. The I Cox came to Suwannee High for the 196-63. term will beheld mittee will submit their ballot at As vice president .of the association The commencement exercises
Shinholster. William David Stap- 75-horse Johnson Electramatic from Monticello where he was at the Nettie Balsden Primary the September meeting. Bobby's duties will center will begin with the processional of
elton June Vernelle Bass, Grace motor was donated by the John- head coach. He guided the Bull- School Wednesday, June Mrs: Irene Hicks field repre- around district conventions to be seniors into the Coliseum followed -
Evelyn Chandler Julie Barbara son Motor Company of Waukegan. dogs to a winning season duringhis 5, from 8 ajn. to %:30 p.m. sentative for the Cancer Society held all over the state. Ten conventions by the invocation by Rev.
Crisp June Adele Daughtery Be- HI. Peterson Brothers Inc. of first year and broke all exist- This registration is for all introduced Jerry McDonald who are scheduled for the Cornelius Davis pastor of the
atrice Elaine Griffin Annie Loy- Jacksonville, donated the Gator ing school records to win the Key- children who are six years old will assume her duties during the I coming year. First Baptist Church.
selle Hatch Linda Keith Hudson boat trailer. stone Conference Championshipin or who will be six years on or summer while she is on leave. j (No. 2 Continued on Pare 8)) Platform guests will be intro
Irma Jo Hunt. Betty Lou Moore. "These people realized we need- his second year and claimedthe before Jan. 1. Each child to be duced and the Suwannee High
ed a boat to in taking Concert Band will play a selec
Linda Gae Odom Gloria Milli- use pic- Beach Bowl Trophy. registered should bring with
tures and other activities in developing The amicable coach was born Troop 368 Scouts Receive Star AwardsCommissioner tion.Carol
(No.1 Continued on Page 8)) him a valid birth certificate.
and advertising the river in Lake City where he attended Lynn Adams, salutatorian
but that we couldn't afford to public schools and became a M: .: will then present an addressof
City Stcimming spend our limited funds for it," standout on the Columbia High Area Men's Club welcome followed by an address -
by Student
he said. Body President
School football team. hH ,
air s
Pool To OpenThe "They each offered us their After graduation he attended k' Peat Crapps. William R. HaH
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municipal swimming pool product to use and agreed to replace South Georgia Junior College in To Install OfficersThe y.It principal of Suwannee HJfh
across from the Recreation it each year with their new Douglas, Ga.. and transferred to School will then make the pe...-
Center will open Monday, City model. Promoting the Suwannee Florida State University for his Branford Area Men's Club entation of awards.
Clerk Harvey. Perry announced River will benefit everybody liv- last two years. Playing 'under' will meet Monday at 8 pan. in the : Following this ceremony, Jerry
today. ing in these 12 counties and they Coach Bill Peterson he developedinto Woman's Club Clubhouse and install bA Cribbs president of the seder
Perry said the pool win be should appreciate what Sport- II an outstanding college player. its'new officers for the fiscal (No. 3 Continued on Page 8))

open each day except Wednesday Craft Johnson Motors and Pet- year beginning July 1. F
and Sunday from 10 erson Brothers are doing to help." From FSU. Gene went to Mon The installing officer will be Two Races
a.m. to 9 pan. It will be closedall One of the first official uses ticello as an assistant for two J. L. McMullen who served as Su Liven
day Wednesday and open of the boat will be to serve as a years and served as head coach wannee County clerk for 12 years trs
on Sunday from 1 pan. to 6 work boat for the engineers surveying three years before accepting the and at the time of his electionwas Branford ElectionTwo
pan., he said.Kenneth the Branford to EUaville Live Oak post. acknowledged the youngestman ,.
Allen will be in stretch to mark ,the existing Gene married Miss. Patsy Orr in the nation to hold that races developed in the
charge of the pooL Rates are 15 channel there. Rader and Associ- of Decatur. Ga., a graduate of the office. t Branford Town Election set for
cents for children and 30 cents ates of Miami will do that work Georgia State College for Women. McMullen is a past president of Tuesday June 11, as two incumbent -
for adults.. probably early in June. They have two children. the Young Democrat Clubs of councilmen drew opposition

Florida past president of the before Saturday's quatifyisg

I 67 'Dads' Root For WallyMost Florida instituted Jaycees the Good he organized Government and deadline.V. M. Moses councilman for

Awards for the United States Post No. 5, drew opposition from i
ftI Jaycees and he is director of the Hancock presents Scouting awards to Roy Tommie Minter Jr. and Frank R.
boys consider them-! that make him the envy of manyof cational agriculture teacher. ,Live Oak Housing Authority.He Dudley (Center) and Gary Brown. Norris councilman for Port No.
selves lucky to have one his adopted Dads. "Wally is a good example of is also the treasurer and a 4, is opposed by R. M. Bryant.
father but Wally Edwardsis The 17-year-old youth will con- what the Ranch can do for needy trustee on the board of directorsat One councilman, J. R. Fletcher
luckier than most. He ,will tinue to live at the Boys Ranch and worthy boys" said Sheriff the Florida Sheriffs Boys Two Scouts Honored of Post No. 3, and the town mark,
have 67 "Dads" rooting ,for 11 miles north of Live Oak and Yarborough. "We have given him Ranch.In Mrs. Lois Williams will both seek
him when he walks across he will start his college educationin the breaks in life he so richly deserved addition to the installation Hancock Presents 'Star' Awards re-election unopposed.For .
the fall by commuting to near- and now we have the sat- the club will hear reports from all voters who have not pre-
the stage at Suwannee High : by North Florida Junior College.His isfaction of seeing him take his standing committees concerningthe viously registered, the registration
School, Monday, to get his ambition is to become At Scout Court Of Honor boob
a vo- place in society as a responsible accomplishments of this first Troop will remain open at the
diploma. citizen." year of the club's operation. town clerk's office until 5 pjn.
Wally was "adopted" by Flor- The Sheriff explained that Wal- County Commissioner Lamar Hancock, senior warden June 7. The polls will be openedat

ida's 67 sheriffs when he becameone ly is a "trailblazer" for hundredsof Hamilton ElectedTo at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, last week presentedStar the Town Hall on election dy,
of the first boys to enroll at other youngsters from all partsof ranks to two scouts in the church-sponsored Boy June 11, from 8 ajn. to 7 p.m.
the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch Florida who will come to the Scout Troop 368. .

back in 1959; and now he will be Ranch in the years ahead seekinga Council PostThe The two, Star scouts are.Roy Dudley, soft of Mr. and Students Choose
the Ranch to
the first boy from
'cWALLY home and future.
good a secure and Gary
Mrs. L. O. Dudley,
graduate from high school."I "We intend to give all of them a Florida Crown Council of Brown son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Peaden and Chip Harris. From Both Parties
couldn't feel any prouder' if college education or a good trade Chamber of Commerce a 15- ley Brown. Following the presentation of The student body at S wan-
"
he was my natural son, said which will make_ .them self-sup- county organization recently The two boys are the first mem- awards the troop entertained its nee High School crossed party
Baker County Sheriff Ed Yar- porting. he added. elected E. K. Hamilton managerof bers of the troop to reach this guests with songs a tug-of-war, a lines in its election Friday,
borough; Chairman of the Boys a There are 52 boys living at the the Suwannee' County Cham- .high rank since the troop was Kelly-drill and a rousing game of May 10. and chose Confederate
Ranch Board of Trustees. "And I Ranch now. ranging in age from ber, secretary-treasurer of the chartered last fall. Roy and Gary "steal-the-baccn". Party candidate Lamar Nash,
am sure all of my"fellow sheriffs 8 to 17. and facilities are being council. two of the 18 members have only The troop has had an active president of the Student Council -
feel the same way. expanded as fast as funds will Hamilton was selected by a the rank of Life Scout between year with five campouts and one and picked its other officers
Formerly a resident of Wood- permit toward a target enrollmentof nominating committee who rec- them and the coveted Eagle special trip. Plans are for an even from the Snwanneeerat Party
ville. a small community near 400. ommended the slate of officers award scouting's highest honor. broader program next year. slate.
Tallahassee. Wally has made an Financed entirely by public donations and directors for the coming year. Hancock presented the awardsat Scoutmaster Rev. John Haynes, The others officers are Lloyd
outstanding record of scholarshipand ; the Ranch was foundedin Bill Mitchell of Gainesville was Court. of Honor'in St. Luke's pastor of St. Luke's, said. Adams, vice president; Jenny
leadership at the Ranch. Last 1957 as the first institution named president and Ham Gordonof Bates Hall in the presence of the In conclusion the troop saluted Crapps, secretary; aDd Martha
year he was one of the youths of its kind sponsored by sheriffs. Palatka. vice president. Lou boys' parents relatives, friends the Vestry of the- church who MeFarland, treasurer.It .
representing Florida at the Na- Since then the sheriffs of Georgia Cloutier of High Springs and Red and the other members of the sponsors it and all of the people was erroneously reported
tional Convention of the Future and Alabama have established Porter. Joe Kelly and Herb Shel- troop In fun dress uniforms. who have contributed their time last week that the whole Con-
Farmers of America and he has I boys ranches and other statesare ley of Jacksonville were named Scouts receiving merit badges and funds to make this scouting federate Party slate was elected
developed public speaking talents EDWARDS considering similar projects. directors. were Ronnie Stapelton Miles. program possible. to office.



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TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA : i ;, -.0-. ... THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963

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THE SUWANNEE ,DEMOCRATOF Where Heroes Sleep FLORIDA'SFarm 4i4IOt/zeh


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In

The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley"

BANNER Consolidated LEADER r
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 & 1CdL&1 Lw
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street,

LoUie Wadsworth .......i.................................... Publisher Front K.Dole .

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor What Class Are You?

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor .zTEEY r Most Negroes are no more rea- could have registered.

t Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager By dy for first-class citizenship than Sixty per cent of 8346 is 5007
+ Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida E. most white people are. That is 1173 more than the total

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 d ConnerDon't Now, before you grab a meat registration. Figure it on that

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 cleaver and start for the editor's basis, and the actual vote equals
%; think for a minute that office, read on. about 43 per cent of the people
ti ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance 1if8R't KITH c the possible dangers from use of Most people rate citizenship by who should have voted.
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PURPOSE HIGH L-fl 4TOPIGHTPc& chemicals In agricultural produc- the privileges and rights which Where were the other 57 per

MEMBER OF tion are being swept under the they are granted or denied. Thatis cent?

StIWN1Nf k PEAc V' the wrong yardstick. A truly Right where they always are -
Florida Press Association thr rug.Long
e cot mR before Rachel Carson's first-class citizen is one who exer. busy enjoying their self-made

SUWANNEE COUNTY bombshell "Silent Spring" started cises to the fullest the duties and second-class dtiaenship.
corw aac last year the public debate over, responsibilities of citizenship This is not a criticism of the
Chamber of Commerce = 'l t 1M pesticides and their threat to the simplest and most important people of Lake Wales.In .

human and animal health research of which is voting. a time of strong and con-
scientists were on the trail The people of Lake Wales helda tinuing national turmoil and tension -

Hats Off To The PTA of new methods for combatting history-making election this they conducted themselves

The Parent-Teachers Association is to be commended livestock and plant pests. week. For the first time in Polk decently and with dignity.
Take the boll weevil. This stub- County's 102 years, a Negro ran Polk County. Florida and the
for their survey on the conditions and facilities at Su- C. .P.5
born insect, costing cotton grow- for public office. United States can be proud of the
wannee High School. This'report submitted to the ers millions of dollars every year, He didn't win but he wasn'tlast behavior of Lake Wales citizens,

Board of Public Instruction last week provides a detailed is the subject of a 5-pronged attack either. With two city com- both white and black, on a day

description of what must be done to assure the by researchers according to mission seats to be filled, the when another bit of tenaciouslyheld
school's re-accreditation in the fall. recent U. S. Department of Agri- Negro candidate ran third out of Southern tradition flaked

The information related by the survey was gatheredand It Happened In culture reports. New biological four candidates.As away.
compiled with painful care over a period of months chemical and mechanical approa- expected. the election This is especially true by contrast -

dating back into 1962 to insure a full, complete, and accurate ches to the boll weevil problemare brought a record number of votersto with the tragic: farce being

analysis based on the same standards that will be Siiwannee said to have some promise. the Lake Wales polls but played the same day in Birming-

used by an evaluating committee from the Southern As- County Louisiana Eradication test of weevils on a there should have been a heck of ham, where both races have been
plot was disgracing themselves.No .
accomplished a lot more.
sociation of Schools this fall to determine whether Su
by release of males which White people were voting the criticism in this col-
wannee High will be accreditated the following year. had been sterilized by chemical scared. So, of 2683 registered 1585 umn is not directed at the peopleof
The report indicated that there is much to be done. 192319381953From means and turned loose on the voted. That left 1098 who didn't Lake Wales.It .

The far-reaching survey left no stone unturned. It cov- female population. That methodis vote. This figures out to a voting is directed at all the people,
ered every conceivable nook and cranny in the school similar to our Florida eradica- mark of 59 per cent. The other of all races, in every city town
plant from the dubious lighting in the girls' gymnasiumto tion of screwworm except that we 41 per cent didn't care who was and hamlet of these United States
The Files Of The
the clogged drainage in the cafeteria, from the excel- reared the flies and sterilized elected. who shout great slogans about

lence of the band room to the inadequacy of the library. ...,,,,,, ,'SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT them by means of radiation. Negroes had their first chance equality and liberty and oppor-

The men and women who voluntarily have given of in history to elect a member of tunity and duty and who delude -

their time and energy to make this survey for the benefitof Use of parathion spray may reduce their own race to their city's themselves into thinking that

their children and the youth of this community are to Forty Years Ago - 1923 a weevil population to the governing board. So. of 1151 of by shouting they have lived up to
point where it can be completely them registered, 600 voted. That their responsibilities as citizens.It .
be congratulated. Their unselfish efforts have attracted Dr. A. D. Young, eye, ear, nose, This is indeed good news, and eradicated by the sterile male left 551 who didn't vote. This is is directed at the people of

healthy interest and support to the schools. In addition, and throat specialist, will open what McAlpin and Beulah have method.A a voting mark of 52 per cent. The Polk County who are right now

their comprehensive survey presented to the school his office in the Suwannee Hotel done in voting an increased mill- microscopic organism has other 48 per cent didn't care. waxing emotional over the wet-

board at no charge has saved the expense"of hiring an Tuesday for the treatment of the age for the education of their been found which causes a deadly Over-all, just under 57 per cent dry issue, but who will not vote
independent survey team to compile this information.The diseases of the eye, ear, nose, and children will be done in every dis- infection in weevils. Perhaps it of the registered voters went to on May 21. It is directed even

P-TA survey was conducted to have a positive throat, and the fitting of glasses. trict, we hope. can be spread in fields to totally the polls. more at those who haven't spent

affect for the good of the school. And it was presentedto eliminate the pest. And this was not just a routine the necessary five minutes to
the school board to better equip the board to take what- An interesting meeting of the The auditorium of the high One of the latest devices is a city election, remember. This one make themselves eligible to vote.

ever action is to keep our schools accredited.The Parent-Teachers Association was school was filled with a happy machine like a big vacuum cleaner was making history. But, with Until you have inscribed your
necessary
held at the school auditorium Friday throng of boys and girls, fathers, which moves along betweenrows the eyes of the whole nation on name on the voting books my
board is that condi-
school aware unsatisfactory afternoon, at which time this mothers, relatives, and friends of friend and until have
picking up larvaeinfestedcotton them, 43 per cent of the registered you actually -
tions exist in the schools, and the officials are in perfect organization was enabled to pay the class of '23, which was assembled flower buds after they' fall voters of Lake Wales couldn'tbe voted in every election that

accord with the P-TA that these conditions should be cor- Mr. Metcalfe the full $260 owed to hear the annual com- to the ground, grinding them up bothered to discharge the duties comes'along, don't talk to me

rected.But him for money advanced on Miss mencement sermon delivered by and blowing them out. Used every of first-class citizenship. about who is or is net a first-class
as one member of the P-TA put it, the whole Cox's salary. Dr. A. J. Vinton in his usual impressive five days it keeps weevils under Up to now, these figures have citizen.

problem seems to be one of a dollar sign. The school Resolutions endorsing an increase manner last Sunday. control well enough to insurea been based on those who did, at Until you have done these

board's budget ,has been stretched so thin in relation to of five mills for school pur. Members of the graduatingclass good crop without using pesti- least, care enough to register. things, at the very least, you
school needs that most of the board's funds are absorbed poses in district number one, and were Epps Bache, Hyat cides. Lake Wales, in the 1960 census, wouldn't know what to do with

just keeping the schools operating. This leaves no leewayfor the $15,000 city bond election Bache. Milton Brannon, Bruce Also, cotton itself supplies three had a population of 8346. It can first-class citizenship if you had

maintenance necessary repairs or new facilities.For were passed. Brantley, Charles Dixon Milton substances, one of which is a repellent be conservatively assumed that at it.
,
several the schools have operated at the The organization will continueits Foxworth. Frank Gornto, Edgell that might be bred back least 60 per cent of that numberWASHINGTON -Polk County Democrat
years the summerIn Gildersleeve Mar-
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work throughout Gwinn, Tcnx into cotton plants in amounts
constitutional limit of 20 mills on property assessment. order to have funds with whichto shall Kite, Nat Mizelle, Marvin sufficient to repel weevils --enUre-

Since this peak was reached, the financial pinch on the start their work at the openingof Pound, salutatorian, Denton Price ly.,A secondsubstance is an at- REPORTBy
schools has grown more acute. Without some change in the next school term. Mackey White, valedictorian tractant which could be used in iTHE

the present structure of raising local funds, this problemwill Mattie Lou Brown, Myra Clinton. lures containing poisons or baited SENATOR SPESSARD HOLLAND
steadily :worsen. At the school election held at Marianne Ellis, Iva Ezelle Eva with the chemical to sterilize the

Placing even more pressure on the schools, the Legis- McAlpin and Beulah Schools on Mae Green Mary Gaskins, Ruby males. Third Is an appetite stimu- COOPER SPACE FLIGHTAll world with his three-orbital flight

lature last week ditched the controversial 75-25 proposalfor May 15, each district showed its Goff, Jessie Goolsby Margaret lant. Weevils are gluttons for it Floridians, indeed all Am- around the globe. This was later
the coming school This that Suwannee progressive spirit by voting an increase Hingson, Caroline Jones, Elizabeth and will attack anything its usedon.
year. means ericans, should be intensely proudof matched by Scott Carpenter and ,
County will have to get up thousands of dollars from some- in taxes for school purposes. McCormack Virginia McNeil An- If used on a non-nourishing Mercury Astronaut Gordon then Walter Schirra followed with
McAlpin went the limit and nie Claire Myers, Nellie Newton
where to qualify for state funds under the :Minimum substance, like cork or wood, the Cooper. His 22-orbit, 600,000-mile six orbits. Apparently GordonCooper's
voted 10 milles for the purposeof Inez McLeod Fronia Parker, weevils
Foundation Program. This comes as a blow to our schools, having a junior high school Frances Schmidt. Willie Mae to death.In eating. it would soon starve flight into space from Cape Ca- achievement will con-
and school officials have repeatedly stated that they don't naveral last week was the longest clude the Mercury Project set-
the coming year. Beulah also increased I I Turner Milbry O'Hara and Fran- the meantime
scientists are ever made by any man of the free ting the stage for the Gemini
funds this added
know where they will get to meet ex its millage to eight mills ces Winfield. reported to be stepping
up their world. program in which two men will
pense.In world-wide search for natural Dating from May 5, 1961, when orbit in a single capsule for per-
addition, the Legislature appropriated a substan- Twenty-Five Years Ago -- -- 1938 enemies of insects we class as Astronaut Alan Shepard rocketed haps two weeks.

tial and well-deserved raise for teachers all over the state. Sheriff Perry B. Cannon stated passed by the recent State Legis- pests: predators that devour the into space for a short sub-orbital There has never been in Am-

This, too, causes an increase'in the Minimum Foundation here Monday that he will rigidly lature to clear delinquent tax assessments Pest, parasites that lay eggs in or flight, "The Cape" has become erican history such a fine example -
Program and a corresponding increase in Suwannee's enforce the instructions of Governor against their homes on its body, and bacteria, viruses internationally known and is truly of cooperation among the
Fred P. Cone in seeing that farms, and other property. and fungi that kill the pest with the space capital of the free armed services and with NASA
costs.While this teacher pay raise is a boon to the state's all marble games operated by County Clerk J. L. McMullensaid Its own diseases. world. From the Cape six skilled and hundreds of contract scien-

teachers generally, it offers no solution to Suwannee tea- coins cease immediately.Cone the law has been in force Spring"Incidentally I note that "Silent pilots comprising the project Mer- tists and private workers as In the

cher problem. This problem is effective recruiting andit this week ordered all for eleven months and estimatedthat list for slipped off the best seller cury team have been launched I Cooper space flight. Florida industry -
May 3
each : While Suwannee sheriffs and county judges to see approximately 20 per cent the first time it into the skies. Shepard and Gus and personnel and Florida
competitive
grows more year has not been
teacher that the slot operated boards are of all delinquent tax lands In this included since it Grissom pioneered with suborbital people generally are all entitledto
depends almost entirely on state money to pay came on the
put out of action. county have been cleared under market last fall. flights. On Feb. 20, 1962, Cot feel that they have had an im-
salaries other counties able to supplement the state
are the act.John. John Glenn thrilled the free portant part in this program.
funds with local to boost salaries and attract topnotch It
money Five Suwannee County youths requires a 104-page catalogueto As a member of the Senate

instructional personnel. were awarded diplomas recently list all the pamphlets, books U. S. Department of Agriculture. Space Committee, I am particul-
Though these problems exist and continually grow from colleges in Florida and oth- Kalil, local Monday businessman that the, and bulletins available from the That's probably one reason why arly proud of the whole Mercury
announced here
worse, public officials manage somehow to get by and er states. large store West Ohio Avenue some people think the big Federal program and its repeated showing
on
make do with what they have. :Many people feel that Margaret West and Emily formerly occupied by Gibbs Com- and Herbert R. Wadsworth, BSJ. agency can tell anybody how to that courageous skilled and disciplined

regardless of how black the picture looks, it always works Blackwell received degrees in pany has been leased to an Or- do anything. men control machines
out. So why worry about it? commencement exercises from lando firm. Henry J. Fasthoff, director of Many thousands of requests for I rather than the reverse.
Florida State College for Women the Cross City High School Band I am also proud of the fact that
The point is that "just getting by" when it comes to The firm, Swann DepartmentStore information are received daily.
In Tallahassee Monday. John Ses- last year, will be the new directorat an the Mercury flights were con-
children is The that at- Some recently noted examples:
educating our a calamity. youth in Orlando, plans to opena
sions Hair graduated from the Suwannee High School next "Please forward any informa- ducted without the loss of a life
tend Suwannee High School will have to compete with large branch department store
University of Florida Monday term, Henry M. Folsom, superin- the and that they were conducted in
tion have concerning
students from other counties and states who have had in this city around June 15, Ka- you
: night. tendent of public instruction, said propagation of the turkey. Does the open for all the world to see
the best that money can buy in education. To depriveour Francis Scott received his degree m said. yesterday.H. the goose have anything to do with every step detailed by tele-
children of a first class education so they can competein from the Southern Dental with it?" vision, radio and the press.

life on equal terms with their peers is unfair to them. College in Atlanta Tuesday and J. M. N. Clark prominent P. Constans Jr., son of H. P. "Could you send me informa- WHEAT REFERENDUM TURN-
The solution to the problem of providing adequate Joseph Scott was graduated from farmer of this county, was chosento Constans of the University of tion on the conservation of extinct ED DOWN Last week, after
school facilities appears to point toward revaluation and the pre-medical curriculum at represent Florida at a meeting Florida speech department, will plants and animals?" vigorous debate the Senate passed

reassessment of properties in the county. Members of the Duke University Wednesday. in Washington where first hand be the new principal of the Live "I am interested in a bookleton the "Feed Grains" bill over my

P-TA, public officials and informed citizens have agreed information relative to the soil Oak Elementary School next term. buying a tombstone." !. strong opposition by a vote of 45-
that this is the only permanent cure for a chronic tax Property owners of Suwannee conservation program in this state Constans, former principal of "Please send me any material 35. As stated in my last newsletter -
structure that each year slips further behind in providingthe County have responded in large will be compiled with other sec- the Belleview Elementary School, about anything." the real purpose in hurryingthat ;
county's needs. The value of the mill rather than the numbers to the opportunity af- tions by the Department of Agri- will assume the position occupiedby My own office also gets a large bill to the Floor for immediate
forded through the Murphy Act culture. Roy Crews of Live Oak who number of unusual requests in the passage was to help pass the
quantity of mills needs to be increased.In .
is to be assistant principal of the mail during the year. Here are wheat referendum on May 21.
addition, a bond program has been suggested to Ten Years
Ago - 1953per Live Oak schools. two that came to my desk recently Several amendments to the bill
build much-needed facilities now instead of putting off
were required unless it
Paul Stewart, young Live Oak beginning in September. : "Please send me some Florida was delib-
the inevitable until some future date. Much support has attorney, was elected president of Norma year Jean Tedder Suwannee The Elders of the Live Oak wildlife." "I am asking if Florida erately designed as a long step toward -

s i been indicated for this idea. Feeling is that now is as the Junior Chamber of Commerce High senior, received a similar Church of Christ announced this would be interested in an orange I the complete regimentation
good a time as any to embark upon a bond program and Tuesday at the club's election scholarship that will begin at the week a start In the constructionof and grapefruit picking machine. .of farmers, since It vests unpre-
k build a new school plant. That a new school plant meeting in Sweet Pea's Cafe. second semester. a new church building at the If you are interested In this ma- cedented powers in the Secretaryof

particularly a junior high will have to be constructedin Other officers elected were Dorothy Lee Tillman a seniorat corner of West Duval and Walker chine, I will put on simple sketch Agriculture.
the future is also inevitable. To make this move now Brody Harris vice president; Jack Douglass High School won the Streets. It will be brick and is for you for a lieu (sic) million Instead of allowing such am-
instead of some future date would cost considerably less Harper secretary; and Buddy Lewis Scholarship worth $400 per expected to cost $15,000. do"ars." endments to meet the clearly objectionable -
Nott treasurer. features the advocatesof

money.These and solutions discussed at year. The Woman's Missionary Unionof The world sugar situation is the bill recognizing Us defects
problems were
Three the first Baptist Church of and have been rising. placed in the record of the Senate
Suwannee County high Four Live Oak students are tight prices
last week between the school board and
length
represen- Live Oak entertained debate three different letter
with old- North- from
school seniors two white stu- scheduled from an According to USDA the
to receive degrees
tatives of the P-TA. The board and the P-TA agreed to
fashioned Secretary of Agriculture.
party Friday offshore These
dents and one Negro won the University of Florida at com- evening, east, dependent on sour-
meet again in the very near future and work out a reason- scholarships in competitive examinations mencement exercises Sunday and celebrating the 60th anniversaryof ces for its supplies, has seen pri- gave assurance, so far as he was
able solution to the school problem that could be put be- held at the school here Monday. the Florida WMU and the 71st ces rise from 9.9 cents a poundon concerned that in three Important -
the of this for endorsement.We anniversary of the Live 1 to 12.1 particulars, be
fore people county ? March 31.William. They are Walter J. Brorsen, Oak January cents as of would not use
feel this is the right way to approach this situa- Jamerson of Branfordwon BEE; Donald Levin Burch BSA; group. April 30.Washington. the vast powers given him by the

tion. Whenever problems exist that are important enoughto a House Scholarship of $200 John Randolph Cameron. BA; reports Indicate bin.
affect the life of our school system, they should be considered Perry beat the Suwannee High continued strength.. In the mean- This device was dearly unsatisfactory -
Bulldogs 4-3 in the finals of the time, the quota for mainland cane and in my judgment this
very carefully and their solutions however unpleasant the P-TA and the positive attitude taken the school
by group tournament held at Live sugar Florida and Louisiana) has fact coupled wife tilt avktence
or unpopular should be submitted fairly and board relative to school problems. It is this kind of en- Oak last week. The SuwanneeCounty been upped by 3,463) tens to a of the use of heavy lie to

accurately to the people. thusiasm and spirit shown by our citizens and public of- i squad won over Apalachicola total of 1,009,873 short tons, raw .influence the wheat referendum

F We applaud the initiative and i interest generated by ficials that keeps Suwannee. County moving ahead. : in the first game 40.: value, for the calendar year 1963. (No. 1 Continued OB Pace '7)PAGE

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THURSDAY! MAY 30, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA_ PAGE THREE

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,e 1; News 'From ." ,Branford r Miss Trances Strickland r THE News RECREATION And Activities CENTER From ,



I.; BY: .MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS _
By CHARLES PULLET, Director I
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Softball is in full swing in the Last Friday night was the last
Jb Norris To Graduate Registration Set Branford Recreation Department's summer regular Friday night dance for the

From USAF AcademyMr. For First Grade :i leagues. The Men's League plays summer. There will be special

and Mrs. Frank R. Norris Personals ; .. each Tuesday and Thursday night dances and parties scheduled
s left this week for Colorado to attend On Thursday' June 6, 19&3. .2 ; + and the Women's League plays throughout the summer. These
the graduation of their son, Branford School will register each Monday and Friday night.In social events will be announcedin
Cadet John H. Norris, from the all white children who will en- CoL.and Mrs. T. S. Lowry of addition to these regularly the paper and on the radio.Memberships .
United States Air Force Academyon roll in 'the first grade for the I Fort Lauderdale returned Tuesdayto scheduled league games the Live i
June' 5. first time. their cottage on the Suwannee Oak men's teams play a double- to the Suwannee
They will be accompanied, by All parents who have children I River for several weeks. header each Saturday night with Teen Association sponsored by
their sister, Mrs. Rachel Dickerson reaching the ace of six prior to Mrs. Wilbur Hall attended the t the State Road Camp. These are the Student Recreation Board
I of Hartwell, Ga., and their January 1. 1964 are urged to style capades In Tampa Sunday I # very good Softball games and attendance will go on sale at the Recreation
niece Miss Beverly Norris of Wal- bring their children to the and Monday.Mr. has been good from the Center Thursday night. Tale
terboro, S. C., student at the University Branford School between the and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch start. Last Thursday night the group is planning a number of social
of Charleston.Mr. hours of 9:00-12:00 and '1:00- attended the annual Western Au- W :.. ::; attendance was 241. events for the summer and
and Mrs. Norris and party 3:30. to Christmas Toy Show in Jack- through the school year. Membership -
will also attend the wedding of It is requested that parents sonville Sunday.Mr. ,, a w Registration for swimming will be open to all Junior
Cadet Norris and :Miss JoAnn brlnr'pr9 of age along with and Mrs. Joe Land of Mayo classes will begin Saturday morn- and Senior High School students
Koroulis on June 10 in Rawlins the child which 'will verify the visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas ing at 9:30 at the Live Oak-Su- in Suwannee County.
Wyo. child's age. and Joann, Sunday.Mr. ; wannee County Recreation Cen- i
ss )Irs. Robert Weaver Suwannee and Mrs. Rudolph Hatch ter. Swimming lessons will not The Senior Party will be held
County Public Health and family visited Mrs. Hatch's begin until June 17 and we hope at the Center after graduation
Baptist WMU MeetsThe Nurse will.be present to weigh, mother in Jacksonville Sundayand that everyone who wishes to par- Monday night. The swimmingpool
W.M.U. of the First Baptist measure and give' shots to attended the Western Auto ticipate will be registered by that will be kept open for all gra-
.met Monday night May those who need them toy show. 'gym 1 date. These classes will be divided duating seniors, and the Recreation
Church the home of Miss :Minnie Each person reading this is Mr.. and Mrs. Lamar Carver of :. .. s :. into four two week sessions with Center will be open for dancing
20, at I.
and Fannie Duncan. requested to help inform the Alabama and Mrs. Louis Wolfe I classes beginning at 8:00 and 9:00 and visiting
parents of any child who expects and family of Orlando were week
of each morning of the session. .
Mrs. Allen Price had charge MKJRl'Nv
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I to enroll in the first grade II
of end guests of Mrs. W. J. Dempseyand
and taught part
the program for the first time. I DRIVERS LICENSESARE
family. .
the study course book entitled Tonight (Thursday) there will
s Mrs. Walter E. Long and Pen- .e. RENEWABLETHE
"World Awareness". be an End-of-School-Dance at
Hatch of Jacksonville were MONTH OF YOUR
The group held a short busi- ny the Recreation Center. This dance
Mrs. Townsend Hosts and Mrs. BIRTHDAY
end of Mr.
week guests
ness meeting and voted to buy will be sponsored by the Eighth
Mrs. Etta. Strickland of Branford announces the engagement REECE BROWN
Hatch.
R. E.
Bibles to be given away to people ClubThe Grade Class: of Suwannee Junior
t Wednesday Bridge Mrs. Allen Price, Misses Minnie and approaching marriage of her daughter Frances to Tommy COUNTY JUDGE
close
who do not have one. At the High School. n
of the meeting refreshments of Wednesday Afternoon and Fannie Duncan, Mrs. Juanita Poore, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Poore of Branford.
punch, assorted cookies, potato Bridge Club met at the home of Fletcher, and J. D. Fletcher were Miss Strickland is.a Senior at Branford High and Mr. Poore a
chips, and nuts were served.GA's Mrs. S. L. Townsend May 22. business visitors in Gainesville graduate of Dixie County High Cross City, and is presently em-
Those playing bridge were Mrs. Thursday. ployed with the State Road Department in Gainesville.The SPRING CLEARANCE
W. S. Ware, Mrs. Fred Jones, .
wedding will be solemnized in the Branford Assembly of
Have PartyThe Mrs. W. B. Thomas, Mrs. T. D.
Branford GA's enjoyed a Minter Mrs. A Jack Phillips, Mrs. Bible School SlatedAt God Church on Saturday afternoon June fifteenth, at two-thirty PAINT SPECIALSUp
wiener roast and swimming party R. G. Griffith, Mrs. W. R. Hill, o'clock. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and rela-
I Wednesday afternoon at Branford and :Mrs. Townsend the hostess. Baptist Church tives of the couple are invited to attend the wedding and reception To 50% Off
Park. Twenty-one girls from both Arrangements of spring flowers Bible School will be held at the which will be held in the home of the bride.
groups attended with their lead- were placed throughout the livingroo First Baptist Church of Branford
ers, Mrs. Leona Gunter, Mrs. Fred mand Florida Room. Mrs. A. June 3-7, beginning at 8:30 each
Charlotte Fletcher, girls' basket- lete. THE
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas Jack Phillips won high score. morning and lasting until 11:30. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
ball: Billy Collins, boys' basketball The guest speaker for the even-
and Mrs. R. G. Griffith. Mrs. Townsend served her Everyone is invited to attend.
Don Philpot, track; David ing was Dr. Herbert S. Phillips,'
; 423 N.W. Howard St.
', Hot dogs, potato chips, and iced guests strawberry pie and iced There will be a department for all
tea Stapelton, sportsmanship; and president of the Lake City Junior PHONE 362-3075
were served. tea.
ages.Registration will be held Satur- Don Philpot, best all around ath- College.

I: M day, June 1, at 10 o'clock, followed -
I by a parade down main street.
Refreshments will be served 1 1f'
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O'Steen Shell Service Station .j.jI Card Of ThanksWe RI k :. : s..DoN'T\BE

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Formerly : heartfelt thanks to our many ...;.
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HATCH'S PHILLIPS 66 STATION i iI pathy during the sudden loss of _
I our loved one. We shall foreverbe
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Invites you to come by and fill up with i ers, beautiful flowers, food, cards, ",.';.. .
Shell Gas and your favorite brand of oil. i calls, and visits. May God bless ...y': f< .- : : 1- '
I each of you is our prayer. : ,:\
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Also : Athletic BanquetThe ,I .
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GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS letic Banquet was held Friday r.j .
May 17 in the school cafeteria,
sponsored by the Branford Area : "
Men's Club.

DREW SAYS GIVE US A TRY! men Awards in girls'were basketball given to all, letter-cheer-

leaders, boys' basketball, football
Phone 935-2061 and track.
Trophies were awarded to the
outstanding athletes in each sport.
BRANFORD, FLORIDA Those receiving trophies were_ .
M. Charles Kilpatrick, football;
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School Discussed'ParentTeachers Suicannee Officials ..Invited0 tion of Interstate Route 4 Unking
Survey J* -*-_ ,, ''. Tampa and Orlando is the longest

I HALF PA51 iEEN I : Interstate 10 will extend from
Re-Elect 1962 SRD To Open InterSt eaO Jacksonville 367 miles westward

past Lake City. Tallahassee and

Officers, Hear UF Prof SpeakThe 50 YOUVE WALKED THE FIRST Between Lake City And Jax line Pensacola when to completed the Alabama in Florida.state


Live Oak Parent-Teachers Association met Monday 24 MEN 70 FACE WYOUVf Road Board member Ralph Powers announced the limited-access When completed, four-laned nationally, the

re-elected the 1962 officers to serve a second term, GOT A NO-HITTER GOING State Road Department will open 27 miles of Interstate highway will extend from super-Jacksonville -

and heard an address from Dr. John Moorman of the Route 10 in Baker and Columbia Counties :Memorial Day, to Los Angeles.

' University of Florida. completing the 65-mile superhighway between Lake City .

Since September, Junior and Senior High Teachershave and Jacksonville.The (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

attended a course consisting I ..-..... first segment of interstate freeway to Lake City.
of sixteen sessions which was mine what improvements will be 10 from Jacksonville 38 miles The official party includes Fed-

taught by Prof. Moorman. This necessary to assure Suwannee westward to Sanderson was eral Bureau of Public Roads representatives LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING

course ED. 682 was on self-evalu High School of passing the up- completed last May. the State Cabinet,
ation and was for aiding the fac- coming re-accreditation evalua- Governor Farris Bryant will the State Road Board the Florida

ulty in preparing for evaluation tions to be held in the fall of 1963. lead a motorcade of county, state, Turnpike Authority the Jackson- Small or Large Areas

since Suwannee High School willundergo The various committees worked and national officials from Sand- ville Expressway Authority, plus CALL

an evaluation for re- from standards set up by the erson in Baker County to Lake legislative delegations and county

accreditation in the fall of 1963. Southern Association of Collegesand I- City for a 10:30 dedication cere- commissioners from Duval Nas- H. G. TURNERNight

mony. sau, Baker, Columbia, Hamilton,
Dr. Moorman gave a report of Secondary Schools.. These
The official party will meet at and Suwannee Counties.The 963-2751
the findings of the faculty and standards were taken verbatim
the intersection of Interstate 10 65-mile of Route Day 963-2373
segment
this ,report covered all areas of from an official publication of
and and U. S. 90 near Sanderson fora 10 between Lake City and Jacksonville or writeP.
the school except the physical the Southern Association are
plant. He explained the impor- the actual standards which will brief ribbon-cutting ceremonyat is the second longest completed O. Box 475

tance of having an' accredited be used by the evaluating com- 9:30.: The motorcade will then I portion of Interstate high- WELLBORN, FLORIDA
school. mittee when it comes in the fall. travel over the new multi-laned way in Florida. The 85-mile pore -,.

The study made by the teachers The reports of the committee

I during this school year revealed pointed out conditions that present -

that there is a need for an additional acute danger to Suwannee

librarian an additional High School's being accredited by i Ll\74
-'g guidance counselor for students the Southern Association of 1

an extension of library services Schools this fall. ire

and the physical facilities need The report noted that the physical .drnurwri-... .
facilities of the school
pre-
improvement before the evalua- -
tion of the school. sented two problems a short
LITTLE ADS For Sale-Real Estate FOR SALE
range problem and a long range
Moorman discussed recommen-
dations from the faculty for facilities problem. State Optometry Board Po Grant Scholarshipssee BIG RESULTS
FOR
The report stated: "The pos- SALE -Two bedroom block I FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins
which would aid them Florida State Board of him apply to Dr. Albert H. BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever
sible loss of accreditation then, The or house in Pinewood SubDivision. guaranteed not to leak.
such as having enough text books is accepting applica- Rodriguez, Secretary-Treasurer the purpose, you will Low and
in our opinion, is the short range Optometry find Democrat classifieds do monthly payments Ottis Brown Motors. ego tf
for the students and more films program. This problem is particularly tions for four-year statesupported Florida State Board of Optometry the Job, quickly and welL small equity. Contact Joe Brin-

being made available.He ; acute because of the scholarships that pay $1,000 202 North Howard Avenue, - son. nc tf FOR SALE-New and used plan.
stated that we have an excellent shortness of time each year. Five scholarships are Tampa 6, Florida. DEADLINE FOR INSERTION os. Frier Music Co. North Ofek
and dedicated faculty. He remaining before awarded annually under the provisions The scholarships will be awarded 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between Ave. Live Oak 362-2188.
the arrival
of the
added that the course pointed out evaluating I of a scholarship bill en- in July.Flying LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Dr. B. E. Daniel's office cge tf
committee from the Association.The .
that there is a weakness in musicin 'acted by the Florida Legislaturein 2% cents per word, with a and AV Root Beer Stand
the Senior High in vocal and only solution which we sees 1961. minimum Jf 75*. 40 ft frontage, 137 foot deep FOR SALE Good used piano.
the immediate employment of (All classifieds must be paidIn $8000. tf Reasonably priced. Call 362-
choral that an art Club cge
groups pro- additional skilled building trades Dr. Joe B. Davis, Live Oak op- Proposed advance. 3190. pbbe 1-3
gram is lacking and that voca- tometrist, said applicants must Plans for organizing a flying FOR SALE
personnel and engage in a crash ONE WEEK FREE Brick veneer home,
tional education is another weak- program of repair, replacement, have been citizens of Florida for club will be discussed Tuesday Classifieds ordered for four screened porch, large shadedlot. FOR SALE 1957 2 bedroom

ness.While and alteration as indicated in the not less than five years and have June 4, at 8 pjn in the Recreation weeks, run the last week free. Choice location. Call 362- house trailer with full bAth. In
these things would not foregoing reports." attended an accredited college or Center. Discussion will cen- $2.25 will pay for a 30 word 3274. cge tf excellent condition. Only $229

be required for the evaluation The report went on to state university for two or more years. ter around costs, an airplane and advertisement for four weeks. down and $43 monthly. Locatedat
they would improve the school he "The long : Applicants should have a mini- adequate instruction.All Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds FOR SALE Three bedroom Morgan's Trailer Park.
problem is to
range
said.Dr. provide school facilities 10 mum of 60 semester hours in sub- persons interested in flyingare for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. brick home, tile bath, carport, rJbe 1-1
Zinober presided over the from years jects meeting entrance require- invited. natural gas heating, hot water
now or even 5 from
meeting, and committee chair- years ments of a college of optometry. U t e heater Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt.
now which are adequate in WHILE THEY LAST
men were called on for their re- every Mathematics and the basic scien- ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776-

ports. hope respect for and facilities perhaps which we may even ces are of prime importance, he The Florida Jaycees have volunteered VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. 2505. cfjj 2-9 4 It. Dixie Stepladder $3,49
During this school year there are even I to help push the use of
were ten committees which con- a "little more than just ade- said.Davis is area vocational guid- citrus by Floridians, and its 8,000 Machine wave permanents, machineless.given.and Ope-cold I Home for sale, corner lot 135x100 5 ft. Dixie Steptoekfer $3.98

ducted a survey of the physical quate. members will aid the Florida Cit- Venetian blinds attic fan, con-
This ance officer for the North Cen- rators Annie H. Mills, Myr- 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98
of
report
physical facilitieswas trolled heat.
Mrs.
John Row-
facilities
of the school to'det r- trol Florida Optometric Associa- rus Commission with the project.
tice Croft, and Frances John-
presented to the School Boardat land
Phone 362-3431 after five
tion. Interested 7 ft. Duro stepladder ,9*
its last applicants should son. Phone 362-1831. cge tf $6
meet. School Board o'clock
If a human baby grew at the Phone 3622863.

Chairman Otto Dickman told the same rate as the larvae of mon- Douglass High School parents and caej 3-4 8 ft. Duro Stepladder $798

DEEP SEAFISHING. group presenting the P-TA report arch butterflies, it would weigh patrons are urged to join their
THE
FOR SALE Partially furnished SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
that the
board was in full accord
eight tons in two weeks. P-TA now. We need your help.
with the cottage near Suwannee Springs. 423 N.W. Howard St.
ideas of the P-TA in .
Call J. L. Bevell, principal 362-
I correcting sub-standard facilities.He Contact Winston Rogers Real- Tel. 332-3075>
1192. tf
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) cge *
explained, however that the tor. Phone 362-2630. pbbe 3-6 cbjj f

From big problem is a lack of funds Septic tank and drain field
FOR SALE 150 ft., 129 high
Steinhatchee, Fla.on necessary to embark on such an 1 # r ) cleaning. Suwannee, Madison, way frontage, sidewalks, white FOR SALE 8N Ford tractor
ambitious program. ,.l. and Hamilton Counties. Call J. cultivators planters, harrow
way. Narrow but suitable small
The Live Oak P-TA plans to w'e1rcontrolled l i W. Darby, Jasper, after 6 p.m. building with plenty and bottom plow. Phone 362-
parking
"The WINNER" meet with other P-TA groups in cajj tf across from Julian's Flower 3531. _... paej 2-3
the county In the near future ants 1 \
to LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With Shop, $1250.00. Call 3621028. FOR SALE Set of tobacco
65 Feet Long discuss plans and meet jointly ", '? Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply cge 3 cookers in excellent condition
18 Feet; Wide with the School Board to determine VfeSs Q'fr 98 Cheek 44-17
> -.1 <: Drugs. paejj Call 362-1681 or 362-1881.
Coast Guard the most expedient course I '. _. ,
Inspected .
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of action to follow. WANTED
Lounge room & Snack bar I 00 'caN ,
FARMERS: It takes money to
Leaves The officers re-elected to servea I FOR SALE One male and one
Taylor's Dock at FACING TRAFFICWINNER make money. See your coopera-
7:30 a.m. second term on the P-TA Exe- tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. WANTED 50-75 acres unim- female Chihuahua puppies nine

Returns 5 cutive Board are Dr. M. R. Zino- Terms up to 7 years. See proved with highway frontagein weeks oW, $35.00 each. 935-2165.
to 6
:p.m. ber president: Mrs. Tom Cheek AAA TRAFFIC North Florida Production Credit exchange for substantial Drew Drawdy O'Brien, Fla
vice president: Mrs. A. P. Nott, SAFETY POSTER CONTEST for the sake of your home Association, S. Ohio Ave., equity in modern 3 BR home pbbe 3-5

"$5.00 per Person treasurer: Mrs. John Adicks corresponding ( 362-2588 Live Oak, Florida; Write Owner, Box 3048, Lake
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$1.00 for Rod & Reel secretary: and Mrs. I ---- MI caB City, Fla. pbjj 2-3 FOR SALE Dwarf pink daylilies -
Lewis Tucker recording secretary.The I for borders or planting m
membership gave these officers SANDY POINT FISH CAMP i Visit Branford's Beauty Shoppe. WANTED Acreage in Suwan- front of shrubbery. Already up

Trips open to individuals a rising vote of appreciation -' Santa Fe River-Highway 129 Cold waves, manicures, and nee County within at least 5 or no waiting, 25c plant (avera r*:
Sat., Sun. and Holidays for the outstanding job they I complete beauty services. Ope- 6 miles from town but will con- 2). Nursery price $1.00 plan

have done during the past year. RESTAURANT NOW OPEN rators, Mary Drew Boatrightand sider others. Call Pete Shea Julian E. Cross. cge 3

for charter Mon. Tues. Room count was taken and the'teachers Kathryn Sykes. Phone 935- Suwannee County Hospital or
FOR SALE
CATFISH _All 3295. pbbe 52-3 Lee, Fla., 971-5416. cge tf Singer and other
Wed., Thurs. & Fri. who had the most par- You Can Eat trade-in machines. Thoroughly

ents present for the meeting were WANTED 160 to 200 acres cattle reconditioned by Singer experts
Mrs. Lillian Wheeler in the Net- $1.50 land near Live Oak. WriteG. May be purchased for as little
Phone:_ Cross City tie Baisden School, Mrs. John Lee You Get Full Value M.
Ogden, Old Town, Fla as $9.95. See large selection to-
Alford in the Junior High School, STEAKS CHICKEN _SEAFOODSFUN S Plus Interest On Your pbbe 3-6 day. Portable Console Treadles
Miss Lrverne Dorminey in Pine Earnings With
HY 8-3423 FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY' Singer Sewing Machine Co. Call
WANTED From 5 to 50
View Mrs.
and Bill McLeod in the U.S.SAVINGST up Suwannee Laundry Co.. Phone
Senior High School.NOTICE. WE CATER TO PARTIES acres land with or without 3622517. caaa 3
BOND STAMPS buildings. Preferably river
Motel, Cooksheds Fishing Bait Boats Ramp Camping, creek, or lake with land. Rea-
Trailer Park Swimming. Free Picnic Tables e Motor
Given On sonably priced. No brokers, Rewinding
WE SERVE NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES /
please. Write Norman Anders,
: For Reservations Call 9353471C. A Brake, Transmission 4716 Sawyer Rd., Sarasota, Fia.
Service paJJ 3 Repairs and Rewinding
J. BROWN, Owner Any Kind Electric Motor
Lubrication, Wash WANTED Residence lot for relocating Also Sales and Service

the Advent Christian CALL
N Oil ChangeS Parsonage. Contact John Can- HcCnllers Electric Motor Repair

non, 362-1500. cge 3 Telephone Day 362-3278

WILSON'S GROCERYNOW All Auto Repairs Night 362-226
IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE 217 B. Howard St

(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Hunter Bros. Building
66 SERVICE
SYSTEMS cajj tf

INSTALLED & FINANCED
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP e FOR RENT O HELP WANTED

DISTRIBUTORS FOR:
WANTED Short order cook.
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS HOUSE FOR RENT- NW corn
MONUMENTSWe good salary Apply A & W Drive
CONTINENTAL er of Ruby and Jackson Streets,
m.
POWER UNITSU. ege tf
TAYLOR'S Ingleside Sub-division, Live
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS have a complete line of Oak. See W. C. Alrth, Phone WANTED Boy 16 or over to
REYNOLDS monuments built to your speci- 362-1485. cbbe 2-4 work through summer at
ALUMINUM PIPE fications and erected on your
A fe W Drive In.
Please
L GROCERY and MARKETOPEN RACE AND RACE AND cemetery plot. COTTAGES FOR RENT Lots person. ege applyin tf
Call or come by and see our for sale. Dekle Beach. Inc.
SURE RANE FITTINGS '- display at 416 E. Howard Street. Perry, Fla. Taylor County CURB HELP Wanted at A&W

5:30 A.M. 'til 10:00 P.M. PLAN NOW FOR Running Water Hot and Cold Drive In. Pteaee do not tele-
YOUR FUTURE Make reservations at storeon phone, apply in person. ege U
B. DANIELS
IRRIGATION NEEDS JAMES the Beach.
SUNDAYS
8:00 A.M.
'til 8:00 P.M. HELP WANTED
Couple
FUNERAL HOME Address inquiries P. O. Box 518 over
ESTIMATES GIVEN pdjj 2-5 25 years old to manage a small

GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY apartment house for the use of
1 Complete Line Of IMPROVE YOUR HERD-Breed FOR RENT1 furnished apart- a free apartment. Couple with-

i your cows artifically with ment and 1 unfurnished apart- out children preferred. For ap-

% NOBA. best sires. Call 362-2179, ment, $40 month. Conveniently pointment call 362-3827. cge 3

J Groceries Meats HACKNEY BROTHERSPhone R. Bossia, approved technician.Pge located. Call 3622527. caej 3-4

3
S LOST AND
752-3161 FOR RENT One four room FOUND

Fishing Tackle and Bait LAKE CITY, FLORIDAFARMERS e For SaleAutomotiveFOR furnished bedrooms private apartment bath with window two LOST OR STRAYED Chil w

fan. One two room furnished dren's pet. small male dog.

IMPLEMENT CO. SALE 55 Chevy, tudor, apartment private bath, win- Black with white chest. Comesto

rebuilt motor, new battery, good dow fan. City gas available. name Tarboy. Tag Ne. 4403.

GULF GASOLINE and OILTTT Phone FO 2-2571 paint and tires $325 cash. 417 Children welcome. 213 Walker Dr. Burnett, Vet. CaB N. BRushing .

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA W. Duval after 5:30: pm. Avenue North. Phone 362-1074. 362-2982 620 South

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i I II I FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smith. I
j.1 j.. Pine Level

I Should She Write Boy If There Is Doubt?

Carl Tressler spent Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Roberta and
\\1 is important that you know Just last week in Lake City visitingMr. children Julie and Cathy of Lake
exactly what he believes.
I W" I and Mrs. Ernie Braswell and City spent Saturday night and
lCJ Sometimes boys will tell "lies" Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Roberts.Mr. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew
I I WONDER merely to "tease" one of their Holmes.
t..U and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
( .. buddies without how
,
O realizing just
i. IF T SHOULD Max Lepper wtth
much damage and trouble can be spent last week end with Mrs. spent Sunday

I CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor I WRITE HIM? caused by one single, seemingly Verna Parker at Kissimmee.Mrs. Eugene Clark. ,
MAIL unimportant untruth. These "li J. P. Toole visited Mrs. Misses Jo Beth and Ann Jefea-

ars," when the chips are down, Drew Holmes Thursday afternoon.Mr. son visited Mrs. Drew Hofcne
l Miss Honored Will Bridal Showerwon .
Page i admit with embarrassment that and Mrs. R. H. Roberts awhile Thursday afternoon.

Mrs. Marlene Hutchingson. Mrs. by Mrs. Clyde Owens and they were just "joking." and children. Ernestine and Bob. .

Claude Johns Mrs. Lamar Johns Mrs. Hub Gray. of Lake City and Carl Tressler
In this writer's opinion, when a Perry Named To
Mrs. Earl Bullock and Mrs. Ran- Others enjoying this affair ;
r-1 '" of Mr. and
boy goes "steady" with a girl for were supper guests
dall Skeen honored Miss Annette Mrs. Otis L. Page mother of \\\
were: t some time he is rather foolish to Mrs. Drew Holmes Sunday night. College 'JF/io's Who9Stetson
bride-elect of James A. the honoree, Mrs. Bernard Raines \
Page
\\ believe everything that others will Carl Tressler was supper guestof University announcedlast
( with miscel- Joe Craft. Mrs. E. W. Collier ?l 1 j
Jimmy) Purvis a Mrs. ;
.... .. tell him about this girl. If he is Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore Friday week that Harvey William
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laneous bridal shower May 17 in Mrs. Clyde Owens Mrs. Kenneth
any judge of character at all, he night of last week. Perry Jr., son of air. and Mrs.
THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I am you-why would he want you to
the Educational Building of Mt. Long. Mrs. Woodrow Dempsey,
in service should be able to determine for Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore vis- Harvey W. Perry of Live Oak.
Olive Baptist Church.A Mrs. Worth Long Mrs. Benny 17 years old and I used to go witha write to him? All men
but himself if there is some elementof ited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes was one of 24 seniors at theUniversity's
nice boy. Some of his friends like to get mail, it's true they
pink motif was carried out in Hutchingson Mrs. J. L. Foster
truth in
that
told him lies about me. He is in want letters from people they like, any story some- Wednesday night. DeLand Campus
Mrs. J. R.
the decorations and refreshments.The Mrs. Grover Zipperer,
one has to tell and he should named to "Who's110
the Navy now (the boy I used to not just anyone. Miss Beth Ann Lepper spent Among
refreshment table was cov- Skeen Miss Vergie Johns, Mrs.
convince friend who tells
go with) and has written to my There is no other way to really any a last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. Students in American Universities -
ered with a white lace cloth over Buck Woods. Mrs.Bill Savitz Miss little "lie" just for fun that there'snothing and
for
Colleges 1962-63.
cousin asking him to see if I would find out what-or how muchtheboy F. Toole.
pink. A large arrangement of pink Annette Owens. Miss Joan Long. about the whole
write to him. I still like this boy believed of the "lies" than to funny Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Clark and Stetson University President
sweetheart centered the Miss Emma Lou Hutchingson.Miss
roses and how can I find out if he still ask him. It isn't necessary to go thing. children Alan and Eugene, and J. Ollie Edmunds said that students -
table flanked by candelabra hold Alice Fay Hutchingson. Miss Lee likes me? And, how can I find out into details of any kind. You can If ?n have a tee..r. problem y.. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holmes vis- selected for this honor
ing lighted white tapers. Pink Ann Skeen and Miss Terry Skeen. want t. il.e.ss, .r a. .b.e.atl.l lt .
if he believed those terrible lies? simply state that you are awareof make, address y..r letter t. ited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were chosen on the basis of excellence >
punch was served from a crystal OUR REPLY: There is no doubtof the things that were said and if FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS. and sincerity in schol-
punch bowl carrying out the the fact that the boy still likes you are to continue as friends it SERVICE.NATIONAL FRANKFORT.WEEKLY NEWSPAPER KT. Friday night. arship, leadership, and participation
Eugene Clark spent Sunday of
chosen theme. Presbyterian Women in eitra-cnrrieoUr aDd
table held last week with Max Lepper.Mr. .
\ The bride's gift a academic activities service to
center piece arrangement of gladiolus Observe BirthdayCircle and Mrs. Ernie Braswell the school, and future promise.
I in variegated tones of pink. IV was hostess to the I Mayor Hears Brief Docket In City CourtCity i and children. Lynn and Donald Perry, a ministerial student
and prizes of Lake City spent Friday and
Games were played Women of the Presbyterian and outstanding scholar and
I
Church at their regular May Court Monday began with James Elmer, Deese failed to per Johnson colored reckless Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew leader also won the Sam R.

meeting held Wednesday May 22, prayer from Rev. Bill Dodd pastor appear in court and forfeited $40 driving, continued; Kennard An- Holmes.Mr. Marks prize in religion $360
Mrs. Williams, Hostess in the Assembly Room of the of the Church of the Naza- bond and $4 costs for drunkenness derson, colored disturbing the and Mrs. Jasper Crews of offered in annual competitionfor

To Pine Grove Club church. rene, and ended in short order as and fighting.'Deese appearedin peace forfeited $15 and $4 costs; Nocatee and Mr. and Mrs. Willie the best presentation of a

Mrs. Russell Parsons, vice president the seven cases to appear before court April 28 for DWI and James Gorins drunkenness, for- Howell visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew selected subject by a ministerial
The Pine Grove Home Demonstration presided at the business Mayor J. Marvin Phillips com- was fined $50 and his license feited $15 and $4 costs. Holmes Saturday afternoon.Mr. student.
Club met in the home of and Mrs. Ernie Braswell
session. prised one of the briefest docketsin suspended for three months.On Freddie Joe Robinson the man
Mrs. Frank Williams Monday af and children of Lake
The meeting was opened with 1963. May 6, one week later, he who was sentenced to 30 days on City were
ternoon. the group singing the hymn. "If Isacik Perkins colored, the sin- appeared before the court having the city streets last week paid supper guests of Carl Tressler LOW INTEREST

The meeting opened with the Jesus Goes With Me". Scripture gle defendant to face the court, been arrested for driving while his $25 fine and avoided the jail Saturday night. LONG TERM

group repeating the club creed. reading and prayer were given plead guilty to driving without a his license was revoked. The Mayor term. Mayor Phillips last week Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and

Mrs. Ned Delegal read the devotional by Mrs. James Walkup. followedby license, having an accident, and sentenced him to 10 days on fined Robinson $25 and $2 costs children, Beth Ann Max and Federal Land
and the group was then Robin visited Mr. and
Mrs.
the program on the Birthday leaving the scene. the city streets. He had been released and gave him a 10-day suspended -
led in by Mrs. Katie Cannon Drew Bank Loans
Holmes .
prayer Sunday
night.wftnwnnnImftnrwnjnju
Objectives for 1963. Those taking Perkins told the Mayor that he only a few days before this sentence. However, when Rob-

I part on the program were Mrs. had never had a license and nev- most recent charge. inson declared he had no moneyto y CONTACT
Each member answered the roll FOR THE FRESHEST
call hv, giving their favorite hob- W. S. Townsend. Mrs. Roy Tea- er tried to get one. Other cases appearing on the pay the fine and jail costs SEAFOODS
gle. and Mrs. Charles Pulley m. He explained that when he court docket were James A. All- Phillips sentenced him to 30 days. LOCAL OFFICE
backed the truck he driving Mack's FishMarket
by.The minutes were read by Mrs. A special birthday offering was was britton running a traffic light
received amounting to $55.30. into a car he discussed the mat- Pine Ave. Telephone
A. O. Corbett and were approved. forfeited $5 bond; William Har- We see by the mail that the
This offering will go to the two ter with the driver of the car before HOT PICKLED PEPPERS 3621525MEN'S
Miss Bernice Shuler. home rell Goodwin, reckless driving severe winter hasn't affected the __
Phone
objectives that of medical work leaving. 362-1650
demonstration agent gave a dem- forfeited $15 bond; Bonnell Jas- crop of spring seed catalogs. y
in Mexico and in Brazil. Phillips continued the case and
onstration "Your Emotions
on
Minutes of the April meetingwere instructed Perkins to make a sat-
And Health".
read and approved with the isfactory agreement with the
After the meeting refreshments
treasurer's report being given. owner of the damaged car by paying i
3 were served. Gifts were presented to two repair costs, and report back i
+ There were thirteen members
members who will be leaving in to the court next Monday.
present.
June. Mrs. Ralph Hall, president
who has submitted her resignation -

gRESCRIPTIO Sf and to Mrs. Harold Scott, River Authority Inc:
1
f Sunday School teacher.
During the social hour punch
Fair Exhibit)
and birthday cake were served by Buys
MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPECIAL PURCHASE
the hostesses.
The Suwannee River Authorityhas La
ttI' purchased a large fair exhibitto SPORT SHIRTS LADIES DRESSES

Baptist Revival Set advertise the Suwannee Rivet New Styles and Patterns. .
and the surrounding counties. Most Have 2 Pockets.umor Sizes, Misses Sizes r 1
The Suwannee Station Baptist This display has been set up on t' and Half Sizes
Church will conduct a revival beginning -. S-M-L-XL
the first floor of the State Capi-
Tuesday June 4, and tol for the last weeks of the State All Nationally Advertised
i continuing through Sunday. June Legislature where it is seen by 19tj jT. 4 for f $5.00
9. Rev. Jack Lamb of Mayo will be I all the persons visiting in the p :: Reg. Now

the visiting evangelist. Capitol Building. 'k. LIMITED SUPPLYMEN'S } ,
According to Rev. Dewey Lowe, Chairman John C. Camp of the $9.98 to $6.00 1.\
REMEMBER services will ,
begin each night of Authority said the exhibit will be
When Your Doctor Prescribes the revival at 8 p.m.pte public is moved all over Florida and the

Your invited. nearby states in an effort to interest LARGEVHITE $7.98 to $5.00 Ij
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PRESCRIPTIONIs more and more people Handkerchiefs

In Good Hands At Here And ThereMiss boating, camping, and other recreational Others Marked Down A
activities on the Suwan F M
) HUNTER Annette Page of Lake City nee River. 10 for $1.00 AccordinglyUNDER '

t and Mrs. J. p. Register spent Sun- Plans also call for it to be displayed I"

REXALL DRUGS day through Tuesday with lIrs.Register's at the Florida Showcasein SHORTS \ '\ I I '6 j '

JOHN BIUS Pharmacist grandson A/lc Jimmy New York City and for a short w .
I,I Purvis in Orlando. while at the World's Fair in New Sanforized Full Cut '


York.The exhibit was built by Exhi- Sizes 28-42 Reg. 69c

Luxury at low{ Merqury Sayings I Time prices! bit Builders, Inc., of DeLand, who ISAVE NOW! t i

constructed the attractive diora- '.
mas at the Stephen Foster Me- 2 for $1.00 '<

'GSMERCURYVISIT morial in White Springs. It is 10 STED TO BITSin \ ;

feet long 8 feet high and 4 feet =-_ ourDYNAM1TEM :Ii-

deep.A - --:; :. ___
....
map of this area highlighting DAYS -: /

the rivers and lakes is a focal J "
point of the exhibit with paint- MEN'SSTRETCH f /
1
ings of 10 recreational activities ;
SALE
raised above the map and flash- SOX /
ing lights behind them attracting i

'"' LItDA attention. Several Colors andPatterns .

Color slides are flashed con- t'

tinuously, showing some of the 'MJ \\" \\ : "'" ?
_: hllli'\
Prices On This Fine Car Are beautiful scenes in the 12 coun- \'
ties comprising the Authorityarea. Our Reg. $1.00 ]

_ : Lower Than You'd Expect BOYS BETTER


2 for 1.50 :
$ .. ,

SPORT SHIRTS
RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE. ANOTHER GROUP AT

HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-111 BY LUCKY BOY

IVY STYLES FEATURING THE PONCHO PULLOVER :
2 for l.W
V 4 n $1 IN A HANDSOME VARIETY OF WOVEN CHECKS,

A Thought For TodayBy PLAIDS, STRIPES AND WASH-N-WEAR PRINTS

AND; SOLIDS.
BRODY O. HARRIS -. LADIES'

Sizes 6-18 Our Reg. $1.98 & $2.98 :. .
"YouVe
got to do JAMAICA
'' your own growing no matter SHORT
how tall your grandfather .- "
was. almost EVERYONE MEN-'S & BLOUSE SETS
2 for f $3 00
No doubt
; everyone of us at some time in our .
M, t lives has encountered people who were attempting Sizes 8-18
S to live in the reflected glory of their forebearers' NEEDS DRESS TROUSERS Our Reg. $4.98Now$3.88Jet

accomplishments. In some instances they are
BOYS'SHORTS LADIES'
,
a handicapped by lack of ability to achieve their own THEFT INSURANCELoss By Hubbard .
a brand of greatness, but often times it is lack of

i i j. initiative which prompts them to try to slip from theft could be expensive & BRIEFS HATS & JEWELRY _
through life on another's achievements. for you! Don't take New Spring and Summer
: How much better to work for a goal within their chances insure your auto, Styles. Pleated and Plain Sizes 2-16 LADIES'
__ own realm of ,ability because, as the saying imparts furniture and personal belong- ALL MARKED DOWN
>> one's stature in life is determined. by one's ings with -Front Styles. Handsome DURING DYNAM-ITEM SUPER FORM BRAS
us today. The costis
actions and deeds and very much of one's own making. low for this valuable pro- Fabrics That Hold Their 2 for 88c DAYS. Sizes 28-42
Crease & Never Wrinkle.
tection. Claim service is fast.
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE _ Our Reg. 98c
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For Suwannee County Residents TOWNSEND BOYS'STRETCH' ASK ABOUT Now 77c

-J Insurance AgencyArlie \ \ SPECIAL SOX -

SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME LADIES'PANTIES
K. Townsend Our Reg. 59c

_. BRODY C. HARRIS Maurice R. Schofield $2.00 Off NOW Eagle's Option

Sizes 5-10
Licensed Funeral Director 362-1104

625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 Of Reg. Price CHARGE PLAN .

7. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 111 Wilbur St, S.W. 2 for 88c 3for88cTHURSDAY







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Description Land See.Twp.Rge. Air Owner 'Amt. ft Costs Duaipttoa .! Land Sec.Twp.Rg Acr. Owner Ant. A Cost
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Gets ..
11 Social Security Answers I Library Book 'Lots IS., 16. IT BUt 9. E% Let 20 ft' Lot tl' BIkR "*. .

"Gardens" (Pleasures And North East Snwanaee n:Lire Oak -** :; "u ". 2, 1SUtiama., Mose ft Mary

Heights 1* 14 .Bryant,. Genera. B. Mrs. 9.67 --- ,.. .. =- ': ... Jiae 11.27
Treasurers) Miles Hadfield has
by A Lot Bee 84 Ft S of N : W% Lot 31 Blk 52. Lire

'(Editor's Note: These questions ments. I know someone who tried been presented to the Suwannee Line of See 20 W of RR_ Oak 2S h. 11 Prew. Hfary A LwiUe tS.18
R/W A Run S 105 Ft Lot 2 Elk 63 Lire Oak 23 Z'" 13 DagiHs, James B. Jr. a
and answers are compiled by William three times to get disability pay- River Regional Library in Live W To School Land N 'Arnie v 113."

e M. Eanes District Manager ments. He still doesn't get them. Oak in memory of Mr. Arthur J. IOS Ft E To POB. DB Lot 4 BIk 63. Lire Oak: 23 2 .ISIS Ford Nellie Eat lI.tT
118 P 154 29 5 14 % Smith, Wesley ft Natgie Lot 2 Bik 71. Lire Oak 24 2 /. J hDSOB Albert A A!.
Ball father of Miss Elizabeth ,
for the Social Security Administration Why is this? B. 42.10 Tberta 117
Lots S A 4 Blk 4. O'Brien 20. 5 14 : Lew,. R. Mrs. Est. 34.29 Lot 7 BIll
at Valdosta. Eanes invites ANSWER Since don't know Ball director of the library. : 71. LIve Oak 24 2 1St S/4 Jaeksoa. Randall 246
: we .
Lots 10, 11 A 12 Blk 7. Lot'11 Blk71. '
: Lire Oak 24Beg 2 IS Jacks** Howard A JMa-
readers to mail their questions to the person you are talking about, This book was given by Mrs. O'Brien 29 .5 14 Lewis.. ,- R. Mrs. 10.77 rie K. |.95
Hyman Kramer library trustee of Beg At SE Cor of NE% SO Ft E of SW Cor of '
can't But if
him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta we say. even you of NEU of SW 4 Run Lot 21 A Run N 100 Ft. -

Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries told us who it is, we would need Madison County and Mrs. J. H. N-ward 210 Ft. W-ward E SO Ft. S 100 Ft. W 50

his permission to talk to about i Plant Madison librarian. 210 Ft. S-ward 210 Ft Ft To POB Being Part
to this paper.) you E-ward to POB SI 5_ 14 1 .Kick J. R. Jr. A Margaret 5.32 of Lot 21 Blk 71. Lire "

QUESTION: My bank has just his case. Our disability rules} are A Parcel of Land Des in o' Oak 24 z'n Heeler WMfam H. (1.22

asked me for my social security simple. There are only two rules. ord. My husband and I are sep DB 122 P 31 Also Known Beg 80 Ft E of SW Cor .". ...
4.6
As Parcel No. 20 56 14 Smith. Elsa A Ruby 12.35 Lot 21 A: Run N 100 Ft.
number. I don't work for themso The first is having enough work arated. If I let my son go into Lots 4. 5. 6, 7. 8. 1. 10. 11 ESOFt.S100Ft.W50
credit five of work under Blk 3. Branford 17 6 14 Daniels. Richard M. 321.91 Ft To POB
why should they have it? I always years military service can I keep on Being Part -
I Lots 13 ft 14 Bik 7. Bran- of Lot 21 Blk 71. Lire ." i .
report my interest on my income Social Security in the ten years getting my checks I am under 62. ford IT 6 14 Fender. C. L. 27.83 Oak 24 2 .IS--.;; Pmnaer\. fetal ft'es ....

tax returns. ending with the date the disability ANSWER: Your checks will Lots 1, 2. S ft 4 Blk 12. %: e -- 61.72
Branford 17 6 14 Edwards. Bruce A. 27.88 Beg 130 Ft E A 3lFtS "
ANSWER: The Social Security- started (unless it began more I stop when your son leaves your Lots 1. 2, 3. 4 ft 5 Blk 14. of NW Cor Lot 21 ft ", ", -

account number is also federal than 18 months ago. In this case care to go into service. Under age Branford 17 6 14 Smith. Elsa ft Ruby 41.25 RQnS100FtE50Ft, .

the five years work credit must be 62 Lot Fronting Suwannee St N100Ftw50FtTo .
tax account number. Your bank you cannot get any payment
,
102 Ft Bd N By Philpot POB Being Part
of Lot '..
will have to make a report to the in the last ten years.) The second when you no longer have "in your S By RR. W By Hatch 21 Blk 71. Lire Oak 24 2 13 Apertoan Sfcesl Hrvw.." II.22Acoerisa
rule involves a severe disabling Being Part of Lot U Bik Bcg8OFtE&31Ft5 .
government about how much in- care" a child who gets monthly
11 6 14
U. Branford Williams. C. D. Ii Lois US.Z
teres tyou were paid. This will condition that keeps a person checks. "In your care" means that N% Lot 4 A; Lots G, 6 I; of Run NW S 100 Cor Ft.Lot E 50%1 Ft.A

prove the amount you show on from doing any gainful work. The you are still responsible for yourchild's 'l Blk &2. BraDford IS 8 14 Severance' B. S. 134.80S N 100 Ft. W 50 Ft To
% BUt U. BraDford 11 6 U Pt7or. Walter a Henry
disability must be expected to POB Being Part of Lot
your income tax return, and also everyday affairs. When a I.- Arrant 11.85 '

guarantee that no one overlooks continue. It must not be one that child goes into service you give up Beg At A Pt as Yds E of Lot 21 24 Blk Blk 71.71.Lire Live Oak Oak 24 24 2 2 IS 13 Aikfes. .LWe Shell Homes, fee. 61$.45.22

reporting this kind of income. It can be improved enough by.treat this responsibility. If you and your SE Cur of Survey Lot A Lot In SW Cor of Lot 8
Owned By Stalny Being 60 Ft E ft W a
will also insure against mixing up ment or training to let the persongo child were only temporarily apart Moses Thence S5 Yds E 123 Ft N ft S of Bik 7!.

the records of persons with similar back to work. As long as the (for example while the child was To Iron Pipe Thence N Lire Oak 24 2 13 J........ Nh ft Mfeafe

disabled person is able to do some as Yds To Iron Pipe Mae a Frank Let Sat. 74.74
names. It will help to avoid away at school) we would say that Thence W 35 Yds To Beg 30 Ft S ft 220 Ft E

the problems we have had when kind of gainful work he cannotbe you still had a child in your care Iron Pipe Thence S U of NW Cor Lot 8 As A

considered disabled within the Yds To FOB More Fully POB Thence S 100 Ft E
if
his school
in the paid
two three people living you
or expenses Des in DB IS P 68 U 6 14 14 Knitrht. Albert James 58.61 50FtN100FtW60Ft
same area have the exact same meaning of the social security law. and were asked about any major S% of SW34 26 6 14 80 Deans, Thomas C. ci To POB Blk 72. Live

name or initials. By asking for QUESTION: My 17 year old decisions affecting him. We would I NE3E of NE34 U 6 U 40 Dean Dorothy Thomas R. C. &: SS.U Oak 24 Z IS ; .k.Edna.., Aron.Mae Gharfes ft

.
your social security number your son and I get monthly social security like you to call us or come in to Dorothy R. ZI.53 Lot 9 BIll: 72. Lire Oak 24 2 13 Nelson Bemfce Mr ftMHer. : SI 72

bank is merely trying to get the checks on his father's rec- talk this over. I NSs of NW t,. as 6 U 80 Dean. Thomas C. & J" Ref(, U.U
Dorothy R. U.9Z Beg 105 Ft N of SW Cor
information needed to make a I SW 34 of SE% 25 1 13 40 Reed. Jerry E.t. 19.81 Lot 23 ft Run E 63 Ft. .

complete report.QUESTION NOTICE OF TAX SALE W% of NE% A NW3a of N U% Ft. W 63 Ft. S
SE'4 U 1 13 10 Reed, Jerry E.t. 11.7 52 H Ft To POB Blk 73. .',.
: I am disabled butI Notice is hereby given that the 31st day of SWtt. of
on May, The W 198 Ft of Lire Oak 24 2 IS C. J. SO.?:
can't pay for a doctor. Will you 1963 at Eleven O'clock A. M. at Live Oak County of NEa 8 2 IS 8 Walker, Leroy Lola Lots 5 ft: 6 Blk 74. Live
Mae 6.15 Oak
24 2 13 Edward. Mae 4* 19.77
send me to one? Suwannee, State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be Beg At NE Cor of SE34 of Lots 4 ft 5 Blk C. McLeods ,?

ANSWER: You are expected to SWI4 a Run S 450 Ft Sub-Dir. 24 2 13 W.lams. F. Wf A La.ra 25.13CMker.
have some medical records that sold on the following described land to pay amount due &; W 226 Ft For A FOB Lots 2 ft S Blk D. McLeods

your are disabled. We always ask for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all Thence IOSFtE11OFtN10SFt Run W 110 Ft S 54 Sub Ft-Div.Across S End of 24 2 13- T,...*. .. 19,77Biatk.

first for the records from your costs of such sales and all advertising. To FOB U 2 11 3Burist' Dave Katie 1.95 Lots 1 a 2 Blk A Being
54 Ft NScSX278Ft
own doctor. Sometimes, if your Description of Land See.Twp.Rre. Acr. Owner Amt. It Costa % ABeg112YdsSofNE E ft W Blk A. Hender-
Cor of SE31 of SW'4 Ir
medical record is not complete or N% of NE'SW' of Run W 35 Yds. S 70 son Add. 24 2 13 James A. a Ada L. 41 to) i
unable to NEVa .t: E3 of E% of A Lot As Des In DB 120
doctor has been Yds. E as Yd. N 10
your NW% E% of NE% of Yds To POB U 2 13 % Hays. Arie 1.U P 210 Being Part of Lot
make the tests we need, we can SW3a ci NWV of SE34 15 3 15 220 Fleming J. F. 8 n.48 Beg At A Pt 6'15 Ft W of 2 Blk B. Henderson Add. 24 2 ISIS Brown Arthvr T. 6 4"

arrange for a doctor to see you. SE34 of NE34 NE3a of A Pt 315 n S of NE A Parcel of Land 105 FtE&WBy120FtN&
15 S 15 80 Fleming J. F. 35.30
SEA :
Cor of SE% of SW'la "
Do not let this keep you from Lots 'I, 8. 9. 16 17 BIll: Run W 105 Ft N 105 S Des in DB 111 P 111 24 2 Iry. General Grant 49.71

finding out about disability pay- %. Wellborn Heights 16 3 15 Thomas Minnie Eat. 16.2 Ft, E 105 Ft, S IOS Ft Lot 3 Blk 4. Ingleside Re- .

ments on your social security Lots U. 52. 51, U. 55, 56, I To FOB U 2 IS Frasier G. W. 36.19 platt 24 2 ISIS. Smith. Leroy L. A La.
57 W% of Lot 50. Re- h Parcel of Land Des In waaaaHarreN. 64-5
work record. Tl3ed Platt 16 3 15 Hail Thomas 6.61 Lots 5 ft 6 Blk 4. Ingleside
DB 125 P 447 1& 2 13 American Shell Homes Inc. 5.95AU
QUESTION: I handled all my N% Bl1t V. Wellborn 16 3 15 Hutcherson John T. &: N% of SE's N of RR 16 2 13 U Ros. Grace Mrs. 111.19 Replatt 24 .2 John R. ft De
Daisy
3.67 Lot I. Hills Est. 22 2 IS tares B.
Beverly Fillmore, Boston 5.45 145 SiSavith.
claims papers with your office. Beg At SE eor Lot 8 Bit Lots as .t: II &: 5. Beverly Lot 23 BIll: 12. Ingleside

Why do my checks come from a IS .t: Run N &: S 105 Ft. Hills Eat. 22 2 13 Tompkins. En Mae 15.51 Replatt 24 2 ISIS Geerge B. Jr. A
payment office somewhere else? E & W 105 Ft. Wellborn 16 3.1S Kennedy Charles E &: Lot 8. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 2 13 Thompson Bethel .t: Barbara ( 4 >
Frances lU.82 A Parcel of Land Des in

ANSWER: District offices like A Lot Beg 15 Ft N of SE Lot 12. Beverly Hills Est. ZZ 2 U Philpot Annie, Thomas Belle G. A 5.95 DB 123 P 344 24 2 Bell Jack A Marie 9".i'Dansferd.
ours do not have the space. the Cor Blk 14 .t: Run N 168 Eliza G. 5'ts A Parcel of Land Des in
Ft W 168 Ft. S 168 Ft. ._ DB 92 P 41 24 2 13 A. R. ft B M-
.
people or the machines needed to E 168 Ft. To FOB AI- "..r. '. ,- -W--" ;" N Lot% 19.Lot Beverly%8. Beverly Hills Hills Est. 22 2 13 Mitchell C. o. 48.12 beth 9' _

handle the records of millions of 110 Lot 60 X 15 Ft Bd S E.t. 22 2 IS May, Ethel Lee 4.76 The E 50 Ft of S 100 Ft

folks like yourself who get month By Hwy &: Also Lots 'I &: Lot 12. Beverly Hills Eat. 22 2 13 Cole Myles Ir Lillie 5.45 Lot SO. South Live Oak
Cobb Sub-Dir. 25 2 13
GranrWe.
8 Less Lot To Lots 35 & 36. Beverly Clyde & DrU 63 U
ly checks. We have seven large Lowe k Less Lot To McLeran : Lot 6 BIll: F. South Live
Hills Est. 22 2 IS Whitaker Eva Mae "
records centers where claims files Also A Lot 1'10 X :;.,' : r .. .:: James 121.80 Oak 26 Z IS Tom4fe n. WfIM.n ft K. R. 2s 13
252 Ft In SW Cor of Bit '4 ; '-. :' ,:;' Lot 44. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 11 Tompkins Carling & Lot 1 Blk J. Goffs Add. 26 2 13 Roberto LfKe F. B*. 168 ';
are kept depending on the kind U. Wellborn 16 3. 176 McLeran. E. .B..J..r. 146.21 Hattie Lee : 13.4 Lot 1 Blk 1. Carroll So
of claim and social security num- Lot 68 X 168 Ft In Blk U. Lots 18. 41. &: 48. Beverly Side Add. 26 2 13- PMMfes. Marvin J. g.r r.,)
E 3rd Lots 11 ft 12 BIll 12. Lib-
Bd N By Alley By :
ber used. These payment centers, W Hills Est. 22 2 11 Montgomery, Bessie Mae 15.57 Heights 26 2 13 La-ae. W.
By B.
St, S By Carver Lot 55. Beverly Hills Eat. 21 2 13 Calhoun Jerry L. ci erty 25 !13
our headquarters in Baltimore Hembree, BIll: U. Well- I I I Grace E. .95 SW 34 of SW% Less 5 A
1& S 15 MeLeran E. Across E Side Less 1 A
born B. Jr.
1.70
and over 600 district offices work Lot 65. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Whitaker James Ir Eva
N% Lot 1 &: Lot 2 Blk 16. Des In DB 90 P 227 ,

together to keep social security Wellborn 16 3 15 Hutcherson John T. &: Lots 13 &: 74. Beverly Mae 535 Less N-528 Ft of SW%

running smoothly as we can. Daisy 137.2$ Hills Est.r 22 2 IS McMillian James Mildred of SW% 26 2 13 30 Jafcn, Ofcarffe 23 4'
Lots 1 & 4 Blk 18. Well- I
: 11.21 S A Lot in SH of SEU
Making sure that 18 million per- born 16,3 15 Knight Charles R. Jr. 16.4S I Lots 75 &: 16. Beverly Bd S By Daris. N By

sons get only the checks that are W. % Lot 1 &: W% Lot 4 Hills Eat. 22 2 11 Thompson J. O. Ir Viola 10.17 Lawson 26 2 13. S Bavdta. Octree 6. J*. ft
15
Blk %%. Wellborn 16' 3 Midstate Homes Inc. 101.59 I Lot 85. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2 IS Thompson Philmore & PaaIe 6'n ,
due. on time and at the right ad- Salve of SW3'a 21 3 15 43 Roberts. Austin E. &: ;:.... Margaret : 595S' Lot As Des in DB FF P

dress is a full time job. Eleanore : 56.39 Lot 90. Beverly Hills 284 26 2 11. Jschaeea, Lttt 3 'i.t
Lots 15 & 16. Randall Sub- Est. 22 2 13 Beg 630 Ft W & 105 Ft
: You make it sound. 15 Kelly Marguerite 4.16
QUESTION 22 3 ClarkH '
DiT. .. :\ O- -.-_, .i.: 2.16 Lot 96. Beverly Hills Est. 22 2IS Williams Drew &: Lucinda 81.16 S of NE Cor of SEU & .
so easy to get social security pay- All E% of SE'la of SW34 !-: ,,,,:$ Lola 4 &: 5 Blk 1. RR Add. ZZ .2 13 Merritt Johnson Dora Run W 70 Ft. S 105 Ft. "-: : -, .... ..--f'
Lying S of St. Rd. s f 0 Powell Ii.1S E 70 ..Ft. N 105 Ft To .... .-* .; _....
SW4, of SEYa of SW 34 223 15 23 Shasky. Fred F. 21.4 Lot 7 Blk 4. RR Add. 22 2 11 Davis Howard 5.45Lot POB 26 iw ..JJ'f.. _. ,..)"\.-' '," < >. III
All E% of NWV Lying E Beg 778 Ft N of SW Cor
13 Blk 4. RR Add. 22 : 2 13 Dixie Acceptance Corp. 10.1
: LIVESTOCK of Pb. Rd. .t: All N% of S GO Ft Lot 11 Elk 7. RR of See 28 ft Run N To
e
S3: Lying E of Ph. Rd. 21 3;, 16 128 Shaab, Fred_F. '16.88 Add. 22 2. IS' Stockton, Estelle 11.51 NW Cor of SW%, E To
NW 34 of NW 34 28 3 40 Roberts, Austin' E. &: Loll U. 15. 16 Blk 7. RR .. NE Cor of SW%. S 830
Eleanore 11.20 .. Add. 22 2 IS McCollum. Samuel 25.18 Ft, W To U Sec Line
REPORTBy Beg At NW Cor NW34 or Lots 2 &: 3 Blk U. RR S Along U See Line
NE3 Run E Alone Lot 3 Elk S. FruitlandAdd. 1060 Ft, W To POB 2S 2 13 84 Mayhew M. Amos, Jewfh.

Pine-mount &: Lake City 22 2 13 Williams John H. 3.56 James Fravk, Marion
FLORIDA STATE Rd. 315 Ft S. 105 Ft W. Lots 1, 2 3 Blk 5. Fruit- Samuel Barne. Willie
315 Ft N. 105 Ft To land Add. 22 2 13 Curtia Reece 10.11 ... Lee, Andrew, MOted.
MARKETING BUREAU FOB 8 4 15 S/4 Green. Oscar D. Jr. 8.11 Lot 10 BIt 5. Fruitland Arthor ft Mathew 611.

E% of SE\- 9 4 15 80 Brannan Robert D. O.U Add. 22 2 11 Filmore Doris Roosevelt A Parcel of Land Des In -=-
wS of SW' 10 4 15 80 Brannan. Robert D. 20.'l4 49.1 DB 121 P 175 7 3 13 8.4 Gaskfo. Ji..... G. A
Cattle and calf trading at the SE'of NW% &: E'h of Lot 19 BIll: 1. Hildreth 2ndAdd. Martha L. 16Ql
Livestock Market SW'4 &: SW ,f. of SE34' 18 4 15 160 Kennedy, Edward L 54.0, 22 2 13 Surety Mortgage Invest. All NEU of NEU Lying

Suwannee Valley W34 01 E34 01 S1;% &; ment Co. '11.14Lot W of A Line 100 Ft W
continued low and steady Wednesday NW's of SE34 18 4 15 80 Kennedy, Edward L. 111.6 4 Blk 2. Hildreth lad of Center of ACL Ry _

with 94 sold over SW's 28 4 15 160 Walters O. J. 144.83 Add. 22 2 IS Holland Ernestine 2.78 Less 330 Ft Across W
May 22, S% of SE34 of SEV 16 ,'5 15 20 Koon Roy &; Iris 9.21 Lots 69 &: 10 Blk a. Hi!. Side 24 3 13 21 i'hMa, Honey Z. a Bend 9 qt.
last week's 89. Hog.-sales fell to a I The S 15 Ft of Lot 13S dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 13 Northington Charlie 9.56 NWU of SWU S3EH 3 11 40 ......., A.... 19.1.'
with 273 at Section C. Suwannee Lots 55 Blk 3. Hildreth of SE'$6 3 n JaoSc.ea. Perry Mack a:
low of. 295 compared
Ranchettes 20 5 15 Moore James M. &; Znd Add. 22 2 11 Robinson Sarah H. 5,95 Reuse Ole ;3i II
the previous sale. Marion n.62 Lots 13 14 Blk 4. Hil1. W% of NE% of NW 34 86SWU 3 IS JoO LfBtea, B. J. 8 in

to C. Averyof 'I Acres lore or Less inNW3 dreth 2nd Add. 22 2 IS Walker Viola Mae Ir of NWU Less 1 A f .
George
According of NW'/ in Su- Eugene To Sch Bd. 1 4 11 Ii Un.... Artkr A. & IMtt 20'
the Florida State Marketing wannee County or Lot 3 6 1 15 'I Moser William 9.61 A Lot 145 X 480 Ft Bd N 11.21 SWU of SEU & SE% -
active with TheN65Ft.ofS610Ft .- By 'Ith Ave E By See of SW'5 4 n H Baker, Z. B. Jr. It.I'1
Bureau, trading was of NE34. of SW34 W of .' Line. W By Frazier Add N%- of NWU Less 1% A
demand good, particularly for Rd. No. 129 20 1 14 Deese B. W. 6.45 Known AI Lot A Blk 1 In NE Cor of NEU of
Less A 7 C IS 18K Smith &arn.len ...
thin stockers. NEyE of SE34 Less Lots Sold. Hildreth NWU 17 'I
lightweight Strip 10 Yds Wide 'Across 2nd Add Less N no Ft 2Z 2 IS Baaa. E. K. Beg At NE Cor of NE%
Slaughter classes were too few N Side &: Less 2 A Parcel of Land Des In 17.$7 of NW 34 ft: Run S 315 ,
A AI Des In DB 128 P DB IU P 502 22 2 IS Hill A. J. '" Connie Ft, W 209 Ft, N 315 Ft,
to establish a trend, he said. 158 2 2 14 U Lee Leo 11.01 Bee sso Ft S of NW Cor 8.36 E 209 Ft To POB 1.4 13 131 Smith Iheea N. hefe 695

Avery said that for some weak- S% of NW, 11 2 14 80 Lee. Leo .t: Peggy 48.1 of NE34 of SE'4 a RunE E% of NWU ft NH of
between HE% of NW's Less 10 A 210 Ft S 210 Pt W ... SWU of NW 3a 17 4 13 1&0 Sm4h Heeea A ... H. 29.43
ness in calves weighing In S3 of S% of NE'la 210 Ft, N 210 Ft To NH of NWU of SEU aSK
125-250 pounds, feederstockerswere of NW 34 U 2 14 30 DeIegal G. C. 11.21 POB Z2 2 IS Smith Caesar of SWU of NEU 25 4 IS co Ostergard Ole I7
made 2'1 A on N Side of SE's 13 2 14 !7 Lee Wm. Irvin 12.67S Lots 'I 8 Blk N. College 12.57 E% of SWU 4 I 11 8G Bo trigb4. Mar Drew a

strong. Feeder-stockers as Yds of SE'A, of SE34 Heights 22 2 11 Johnson A. &: Thomas Johnnie IS 51
up 82 per cent of the run while of NW Fa of SWV 18 2 14 Edwards Nathaniel 5.95 GilliD, 121.80 EH of NEU of NWU 9WH 5 13 Zf Beatrigh4. Mary Drew .
cent of the SW34 of SE%, 18 2 14 40 Green, John R. a Francis 61.94 Lots 20 a 21 Elk B. Col- John.1e 8 54
calves were 47 per of of W% Less 10 A On
S4 of SW'A of SE3a. loge Heights 23 2 11 Brown Ansel L I
total he added. NW 3'i of SW% 18 2 14 134 Lester Thelma 3.56 Lots 3 & 4 BIk D. Slate'. 10.17 N End 2 .1 12 .1H Phillip., Z. Kana 97 t-

N% of SW34 of SW34 a Ad& 23 2 11 Davis: Mar Est. Lot 38. Suwannee Highlands -
low-standard It
One yearling NWu of SW34 a SW% Lot 2 Elk G Less S 20 Ft. eo Sub-Dir. 1st. Add. S 1 12. ParrNh, I., R. a:

slaughter steer brought $20 per of NW34 Less 12 II On Slate' Add. 23 2 U Riley Ed 10. Kathryn 116-
hundred A few utility E End its 2 14 8S Cook. George Malcom Lot a Blk H. LeIS S 20 Ft. 11 70 Yds Sq in SW Cor of
pounds. Latemer 41.S% Slate's Add. 23 2 13 Butler. Pink .' SE34 22 2 12 1 Garden Frank E. a
heifers sold for $18: utility cows S3i of SW34 of SW'h 25 2 14 U Cook George, Malcom" E% Lot 2 Elk O. Slate's 10 11 Harriett s. 4.OS

$15.25-$16.75. cutters $13- ..... Latemer 869 Add. 23 2 11 Foster IdA a Water WH of W% of NW 34 of
'brought N3S of N% of NE34 of. Viola HE% $5 2 12 10 Roas, Fruit 1. 6 t5

$15 and canners $10$13.A SW 34 u Z .U, 10 Butler /wmanda.. Est. 8.36 Lots 2 a I Blk P. Slate' U.tO The S 115 Yd* of The E -
few standard and good calves Beg. nz Ft N of SW Cor '. :." -a Add. 23 2 IS Holmes. Catherine Ea 1. 210 Yd of EH of SWU 8. 2 U 5 Hart AJ&.I O. 21.18
'lI U
of SE34 of NW% Thenee Lou 4 Ii S Blk Q. Slates WH of SW% 27 I'U 0& Syoboda, lamer a
brought $19$22.Medium Run E 200 Ft, N 150 Ft. Add. 23 2 13 Holmes Catherine Et GS.82 Kare-l E. 3I.8t

and low-good feeder- W 200 Ft, S 150 Ft To Lot 6 Bl1t Q. Slates Add. 23 2 IS McCoy. Elizabeth 48.'1% N% of NWU >4 I 12 8G Svoboda, Elmer I. ZI.61
s FOB SO' 2, 14 Turner Hubert G. N% ,Lot 1 Bik W Less W S% of SH of SEU of

stocker steers sold from $18.50-. Doris C. 118 10 Ft. Slate's Add. 23 2 11 William,. EnrJinet" 8.Sf SEU 22 .4 U 10 Fernwood, Stanley )I. 5.n
4 $23 commons $16-$19. Medium Beg At Inter of W Line of E% Lot Z Blk W. Slate's W% of SEU of SWU 23 4 12 20 Boatrfeht, Thomas L. It.l0
E In Ft of SW A of Md. n 2 11 Williams. Joe n.37 Lot 5. Suwannee Belle Estates

heifers traded from $20-$21 while NW 34 A S Line of R/W Lots Unit No. 1 36 C 12 Warren. W. I. A Lor#.. 1.18
2 A I Elk X. Slate's
commons brought $17-$18.50. of St Rei No. 10.a Run .- Lot Fronting On Pine St--
Add. 2 1 2 11
S 180 Ft Bill n N : Demps. Ethel 15.51 110 Ft ft; Run Back To
from Lot 4 BIk X. Slates Add. 2 1 2 11
Common cows sold $16- Paraell, John Zr.
To RD R/W Thence W 7,86 Magnolia St ISO Ft ft:
E% Lot t Bl1t H. Acid To
$17.75 and a few inferiors brought To FOB It % 16 Starling Joe Marjorie 61.3 A Parcel of Land A* De
2 11
NW 23
DiT. Hale
Com at A Pt on A Road, Coy L. US.II in DB 105 P 98 24 1 11 1% Hoover BUM Mae SO 72
Lot b-B. Lot 6 S 22 Ft
101225. The Old Houston a Lower WH of SEU of SW$5 2 11 29 MeNeS. E. B. S.45
Medium and low-good calves SHI ReI OB ,4 See Lots A 1-B Lot I; Z.B Ft Blk 20 InSE NWU of NEU 1 3 11 40 Baama, Nancy Mr. 89.10
Line Between The NE34 e or 181 Sq. SH of SWU of NEU 1 I 11 29 Basra, E. '.U
weighing between 250-450 pounds of NE34 A SE34 of t r Cur of Bik 10. NW. E% of NEU of SWU 1 I 11 29 Nelson O. W. 10.!'
brought $20.50-$24.75. and com- NE34 above Sec Runaing DiY. 23 2 11 Gallops.. W. D. Eunice Beg At NE Cor of W 10 A
-
Alone Said Road N y L 51.2Z of NWU of SEU ft Bun
mons sold from $16-$21. Medium 50 Yds W 91 Yd,. S 50 Lot11,12,13&I4BIkA.: S 264 Ft. W 165 Ft, N

and low-good calves weighing between Yds E t1 Yds to POB. It 2 U., 1 Surety Mortgage, Investmeat Lou Humphreya 1. 2 a I BIlt Sub-DiY.B. Humphreys 23 S 11 Miller, Ida 10.17 264<< Ft E 165 Ft To
POB 8 3 11 1 Johnson R.ben
125-250 Ca Harold 106
pounds brought U 48 Sub-DiT. 23 2 11
NW3a of NW3a IS 2 14 40 Cook, alcom, George Lot 4 BIlt B. HII1I1Phreys Miller Ida 11.II Lots 6. 7 A EH 8 BIk 11. -
$21.50-$26.50. and commons sold Latemer Dowlinr Park 8 I 11 Clark. James L. A Ha 2S.I3
U.U Sub-DIT. U 2 11
Beg At Inter of- S Ed of Shelton Willie a Slule I.lC Lot 6 Blk 34. Dowllnr
from $18-$22.75. The S$1.67FtLotSSN
SALRRaWEdnof "... .... 1.n Ft Lot 4 Bik: L Park 8 3 11 Rome, RoseBonham. til
Hor, Sales E% of NWYi a Run E
Lot 12 BIk 34. Dowtog
Carroll Add. 11 2 11 Roo,. Bessie M.
Mixed grades of 180-210 Along RR R/W 362 Ft.S Lot 'U.14 Park 8 I 11 Lawrence F.
pound 100.C n To Hwy No. G Blk IL Carroll Add. IS 2 U Miller Ida Eat. 43.14 a
The S BC Ft Lot 4 BIk U. :Rebecca tsr
barrows and gilts brought $15.85 to W Along HwY R/W
Lot 5 A 6 Blk 33. Dowltag:
Carroll 23
Add. 2 11 Holmes
per'hundred pounds. 210-240 IU Ft, N.n n To FOB S I U Surety Mortgage Iuest.ment Lat7BIk UL CarroD Add. IS 2 13 YeMillian. Caesar Sarah JL 39.60: Park 8 3 11 Goldberg' Arthwr ft Nat -
1Ot7
pounds $15.90. 240-270 pounds E% of NE34 of NW34 'I I 14 Co. 11.22 8 Bik nL Carroll ileBlair. 85"-
20 Williama. S. A. 1.57 Add. 23 2 11 WID.... Mow Lot 2 BIk SS. Dowlinr
absent 160-180 pounds $15.45 NE34 _of E"_ 11 I U CO Scott Wfll6aas. KaI @. Ma.so Lots 11 a 12 Elk UL Carroll 11.11 Park J 11 Dale F. ft Margaret 211

Thoruton I; I. D. 1Idd. 23 2 11 Holley Henrietta Lot S BIk 74. Dowlinr
140-160 pounds $14.90. 120-140 Eat.
Hawkins Lou 11.'II Park 9 J 11 Mix Gordon E.
n.n 15 a 1C BIk IlL Carroll t.11
pounds $14. 5. 100-120 pounds N34 of SW34 a SE" of ML U Z 11 Smith Lots IS ft 16 Blk 8 6. Dow-
.
80-100 SW% a _SWy of SE3: :0 I U uo Scott William Mule Maso Lot U BIk m. Carroll Catberbae At. 10." liar Park 8 I 11 Rome, DuN S.9T
$14. pounds $13. NWU of NEU of NEU IT I 11 !/ Ash
Thornton A Z. D. Add. IS 2 11 emery Chria George ..1.
Most sows 'weighing between Hawkins 'IC.2CSv. CbStiae er A NW% of NWU 21 I 11 49 Walker. T. B. A Dot )(. 19.87
NE34 of h'WYa It I 14 CO ".0 EH of SW% of SW 34 23 I 29
180-400 pounds'brought Scott, Harvey A Fannie Lob .c A I BIk IV. Carroll 11 Seaterftt. LoU I.U
$12.90-
.. M1. Add. S% of SEU of NEU A
G.lT 23 2 11
$13.80. 40Q-600<< : pounds $11.50- SW".34. of NE34 .e I I b 14 CO St e..-- )(. J 17.72NK Lot 6 BIk IV. Carroll Add. IS 2 13 Green Greea Zob Edward L. A. I.:S NE% of NEU U. 11 69 KigT. Aanmt. V. 29.37
U 160 Salino.ki."ud a June ".TT Lots li Blk 'Canon ,. WH of SWU 26 J 11 89 Aiarfiton. M. J.
,$12 and boars continued to sell of SW'4 A 8834 of IV. N% of NEU $5a 11 It.Alfbrftton Ie.tI
Acid. M, J.
II 2 11
Brown 19.87
Nw34 a EnliDa
NW3i of I.lS NE>d el NEU A of
I for $7. EH
NE% Lot 6 Elk 4%. ReeN Add23 Z 11 Rkhardaoa, Myrtle
c t Ie III to.1 NWU of NEU A'NK
Medium and good feeder pigs hee, 1. C. a 1. EeenoSE34 334 Lot 7 BIt U. Live
moe, BJoDclt, Enrique Oak of SEU of NEU IS C 11 19 Snipes. E. I
ef SW34 11 I Ie 11.12 II. 2 11 Wuu.... Felton W. 4.72' A Rhoda 4240
under' 60( pounds brought 40 Mobley. A' P.
weighing Lob 5.6.i1.13,1,29 &.Yom ILlS N3S Lot 7 Elk U. Uve" .

$15.75-$18.750-ieo.:' pounds $13- a It BIk I. North East Oak" II 2 11. Long... atberla. 4.71' SARA- B. RAWUS-

JU..25. and choice to Suwannee. ..Heights 11.. J.-14 Layton E% Lot I BDI: n. Live T T' Collector ->
19 41925. Homer 8ahla
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Advent Christian Moves Into Lead SUWANNEt DEMOCRAT'of


Langford Builders', Supply Thursday night sank :
Daniels' Funeral Home into the league cellar with a solid
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11-2 softball victory over. Westwood Baptist.

Harry Langford Taylor took slammed an early back-_ 3-run lead as Jimmy Taylorand ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963 VOL 79, NO. 3

more runs. Goody hit a single and
Ken-
and Tommy
to-back doubles

non But scored Daniels on, a smarting passed ball.from a ing's scored Westwood action.Clayton was ending unable the to inn-get Advent Christian, Westwood Win In Opening Gamesdoubled I I Gay Farm Soil Plan Completed 1

at the hands of -
12-0 drubbing two nights before came back into the ball game after the the Live Oak Men's Softball to score Croft. Goody Langford's got into the scoring A basic soil and water conser- farmers decisions as to land use
Westwood bouncing back to score six big devastating third inning. Advent League. got underway singled to score Clayton and then column in the bottom of the seventh vation farm plan was completedthis treatment based on the capability
runS and take the lead 6-3. Christian continued to lengthenits Tuesday night, May 23, with scored himself as the ball was inning as Harry Taylor week on the Harris Gay of the land.Anyone .
Alton Bonds, the catcher got lead finally claiming a 11-2 two l lop-sided matches. thrown over first base and into singled and skirted the rest of thebases farm of 940 acres south of Well- interested in securing

on with an error and took third victory. The Advent Christian team right field. on an over throw. Carmichael born. Gay was assisted in the such a plan on his farm shoaJd
on a passed ball. Frank Futch smashed Langford Builders' Russell Avery got on with a singled and came in to scoreon planning by John Hampton and contact J. Dan Ross chairman of
walked and stole second. Hugo Supply 20-2 in the first single and was held at first when a sharp single by Paul Lang- Russell Parsons local technicianswith the Board of Supervisors for the
the second baseman Protsman ElectedTo Stewart Nobles flyed out to Jack ford. the Soil Conservation Service Suwannee River Soil Conservation -
Sotolongo. and Pos Lee's no-hit
walked, and Earl Johnson drew abase gamd, Kirby in center field. Vann, the Westwood Beats Daniels and Wyman Garland Farm District or any one of fee
on balls scoring Bonds. Head CouncilThe pitching led Westwood Bap- shortstop, came up with the first Westwood Baptist Church, led Forester Florida Forest Service. District Supervisors J. W. Gaston -
Futch walked across home plate tist to a 12-0 victory over home run of the season with a by Poss Lee on the mound had About 336 acres of the farm I ,L. B. Roberson, Elmer Owens
as Langford pitcher Robert Kir- Suwannee County Rural Daniels' Funeral Home. long drive to center field. Avery no trouble in dispatching Daniels have already been planted to and T. J. Fletcher Sr.Children's .
The third inning was the big scored ahead of Vann to round .
Funeral Home
12-0.
by continued to walk batters. Areas Development Council con- Slash Pine and the remainder of
Wayne Forehand hit a sacrificefly vened for its annual meeting at one for the Advent Christian out the 7 runs for the inning. Westwood Baptist took ah ear- the land suitable, about 601 acres
scoring Sotolongo for the the Suwannee Valley Electric team as they scored a decisive 7 Advent Christian lengthened its ly lead in the first toning and 'is to be planted within the next Story HourThe
dnmofthemnwg.WanenTedd Company recently and elected runs on 6 hits. Leading off Bud- lead with five more runs in the continued to score throughout the few years.A Suwannee hover Regional
r singled to left field, bring- Norman C. Protsman chairmanfor dy Vann,the catcher drew a walk. fifth toning. Jerry Vann, Jim ball game as pitcher Poss Lee held basic soil and water conser- Library to Live Oak will have a
ing in Johnson and Larry Evitt the coming year. Chick Mullins flyed out to Ken- Clayton Marvin Johns Larry the Daniels batters at bay thru- vation farm plan includes a soil story hour for children during
who got on with a walk. Tedder Other officers elected unanim- non at second base and then the Croft and Wayne Forehand all hit out the contest with the first no- survey and land capability map the summer beginning Monday.
later scored on a passed ball. ously were Leon McDonald, vice- Advent rally began. singles to figure in the scoring. hitter of the season. of the farm and a record of the I I June 3, at 10 a.m.CLOSING .
In the second inning, Langfordtied chairman and Mrs. Beverly Nelson Johns hit a long double to left
it up as Jackson smashed a secretary. The nominating field scoring Vann. Craft came
home run into left field scoring committee suggested the following up and rapped out another doubleto
Kirby and Boatright. steering committee members: score Johns. Jim Clayton
Langford Builder's Supply came Pomeroy Carter Otto Wettstein
through with big run-scoring inn- H. L. Johns and Mrs. Fred Haas. Hackl Holton Attend OUT SALE!
ings in the fourth and fifth to" The council reviewed a program ;
built around the theme "Perform-
take a commanding lead and win Insurance SchoolD.
ance-Progress-Promise." It
the game Advent 167.Nips Westwood cerned a pictorial trip around con-the G. Hackle and D. E. Holton OUR ENTIRE STOCK
lead county via color slides and photo- Live Oak agent of Liberty National -
Westwood took a one-run
Lee' graphs and was narrated by Ho- Life Insurance Co., have just
in the second inning as Poss
ward Smith and E. K. Hamilton.The returned from the company's 70th
crossed the plate on a sacrifice
"picture"trip began in Live New Agents School conducted at
fly But by Advent Claude Christian Wood. took com- Oak swung through the county the Birmingham Home Office, according INSIDE OUTSIDE / j
back 1
and to the city. to an announcement today -
mand of the game with a long
While many of the slides were by local district Manager C.
home run slammed to center field of various springs and parks W. Vice. LATEX CONCRETE
by Chick Mullins that scored three throughout the most of
county
i More than 70 agents and associate -
base runners and Mullins to put 'them centered around
progress
from five south-
the Advent Christian team out made during recent years. Scenes managers
eastern states attended the four-
front to stay. showed industrial sites including SAUC
day school which featured train-
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.smashed a triple scoring two and Palm Telephone. ing sales.in policyholder-- -- service and 0 QUALITYiPAIHTSl 500 Gallons S 69

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i' DOWN TO EARTH Girl Scouts Attend 0 .


O'Leno Park District CampoutA

BY PAUL CREWS

I ....... group of girl scouts, members of Suwannee County's

-- It is a recognized fact that top- by hand labor which at the pres- K 4iy Troop No. 417, enjoyed a week-end campout at O'Lenat

ping and suckering of flue-cured ent time is both expensive and n State Park May 10-11-12, joining 140 other girl scouts -

tobacco will add quality which scarce. The use of 'chemicals are NeV from this district.
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increases the 'dollar value return satisfactorily replacing the need The week-end was pack ed with activity that includedin
To discus? this topicit for the time-consuming hand .labor -
per acre. swimming handicraft competitive recent weeks making puppets
will be necessary to present the and expensiveness of this ope- Indian war
sports and an and working on shows. On May 4.
pros and cons. When and how to ration in tobacco culture. r' 3. 1k' I dance. they entertained the Brownie

top tobacco may be based on several Maleic Hydrazide (MH-301 a Friday evening the girls' Troop by being "big sisters" to

,fi -';-- ,, factors. chemical hormone that is com- 3 x'g first night in the encampmentwas the Brownies for a day at the Su
: -:'t d ". t./,,,'' If weather con- monly used as Herbicide recom-
: "" ., stunt night. Saturday morn wannee River State Park.
f'4 G{f. ',,'; ? iitions have been mended for use in controlling r
1' } ;4;>;'<(< ,., ing the troop engaged in swimming They helped teach the Brownies -
F'' 'I:;7f.h' unfavorable for suckers tobacco, provided care-
: '/ on nature hike and crafts. how to "blase trail". In ad
tit.f. :{:;.g; ; y..ypwwYM a a
f'R x/,'" 7. [uniform growth, ful consideration is given to maturity -
F'" ;': :/1 Saturday afternoon the girls dition, all of the girls went on a
f. ,?,j: and there is still of plants and that doseage from each cabin arranged a centerpiece hike where they added the namesof

f:4 7 1i':lY ,", ::1[plenty of ferti- recommendations are followed for their table made from a number of birds and trees 4

g; :jlizer for vigorous closely.At objects they found outside. to their vocabularies. They an enJoyed -

IQ: plant growth, least 90 per cent of the The highlights of the three-day a "nosebag" lunch.
"
I :a lit is doubtful if'I" plants should be in flower before x when .
?' trip came Saturday night
': fit will pay to top spraying of MH-30. Plants that
the girls trooped through the
I not reached full maturitywill Witnesses To Take
: the tobacco ear- have woods single file with their path-
ly. It is often advisable to leave probably show retarded leaf way dimly illuminated by Indian Convention TrailJehovah's
seed and heads and let them help development if MH-30 is appliedto
Maidens (senior girl scouts) and Witnesses will ha'ethree
the food when The chemical may be
utilize extra 'plant them.
Indian scouts .
Braves (boy ) instead of two conventionsin
the rains begin. After the crop applied to both topped and un-
Suddenly they to clear-
came a the United States this
has grown and matured under topped plants; it also may be applied Shown above are members of Live Oak's Girl Rathcl, Jovita Glass and Jane Hingson. Back ing doused in the orange glow ofa William W. Weaver presiding year

fairly good conditions topping over the entire plant or onlya Scout Troop No. 414 and their leaders who atrow) Mrs. Linda Stewart Nann Brown, airs. Polly roaring bonfire. minister of the Live Oak
early'Is to the farmer's advantage.It part of it, since the material is tended the district at OXeno congregation -
campout State Park Edwards. Becky Edwards Lawanna Glass and Here they were entertained : announced Sunday.
is difficult to have all to the active growing
plants translocated May 10-11-12. They are (front row left to right) Nancy Edwards. with Indian war dances performed Weaver said Milwaukee has

in the field reaching maturity at regions of the plant. Amy Zinober Debbie Bird Kathleen Hurst Alma I by the Alachua Boy Scout been added to New York and Los
the same time. However a good MH-30 is used at the rate of 5 '
Troop which won first place in Angeles as convention sites. Dele-
balance between fertility practiceand to 7 pints per acre or approxi-
the state this
year. gates from the local
adequate moisture aid tremendously mately 1 pint per 1,000 plants. In congregation
Girl Scouts Brownies To Register--I j Sunday morning religious services will attend these conventions, he
than Prospective
in the control of the no case do you apply more Urged were conducted by the riv- added.
frequency that tobacco should be 1 gallon per acre. In any case it '
suckered. is the concentration and uniformity A complete change is being ing the children to begin their of the Brownies or who would be I erside. Following the service He said that following the New

Early transplanted tobacco followed of spray application that is made in the structure of all girl, meetings in the fall. willing to help with the Brownie awards were presented to a num- York gathering a series of 22.
ber in
with cool, wet weather important. Sucker control is not scout troops in the country to be The Brownie troop will be of girls the scouting district conventions will be held around
troop is urged to contact Mrs. that attended the
campout the world. These
tends to button prematurely. This recommended under unusually dry effective in September. composed of second and third Claude Vice. meetings will
early flowering may cause the tobacco growing conditions, if the tobacco Children wishing to become grade children. They will be in a seven of which went to the take some 550 delegates from the
to be fertilized (1500 Brownies and scouts should be single troop unless more of them The junior scouts will be Live Oak troop. United States and Canada to
small leaf and of
of has been heavily
). Growth registered now so that if more than anticipated register which fourth fifth, and sixth grade children The girls have been occupied Europe. Asia, Australia. Philippines -
poor quality. Topping and suck- Ibs. or more per acre
leaders are needed, time will be would require forming another led by Mrs. Claude Vice and Hawaii and back to the
ering have previously been done made by suckers under these con-
Mrs. N. B.
available to them. In Rushing. United States for
acquire troop and finding new leaders. summer. the Los Angeles
ditions help to use up the excess '
nitrogen. This will tend to improve addition, early registration will ( Anyone interested in having The cadet scouts will be madeup I Openings in all of these troops Convention in 60 days.
help form the troop early allow-: their daughter become a member of seventh eight and ninth I are still available and any parents .
USE the quality of this over- grade girls. Mrs. Julian Edwards interested in having their daughter There's a lot of difference between -

fertilized tobacco. and Mrs. William Stewart are the join one of them may con- having your back againstthe

FUCO The Agricultural Extension Of- Library Outlines Bookmobile TripThe I leaders of this troop. This troop tact one of the troop leaders for I wall and your shoulders being -
fice is by no means recommending plans to remain active during the information. pinned to it.
farmers in Suwannee
that
Suwannee River Regional Home
Brand County use MH-30, neither are library announced this week that 10:15-10:30: Fullers Store

we discouraging its use. Our pur- its summer bookmobile schedulewill (Goes to Gilchrist County)

pose is to recommend the right begin Monday and continue 4:15-4:45 Aderholt StoreWEDNESDAY

InsecticideFOR ways tobacco.of Buyers applying and MH-30 other to people our operation Monday through Wed- A STATEMENT FROM W. H. FLOWERS,

nesday each week until the end
connected with the tobacco industry 9:15-9:30
: Joanne Bryant
of summer. The bookmobiles will
BEST RESULTS are going to demand quality also operate every other Thursdayand Home
FLOWERS CO.
tobacco in 1963. Friday beginning Friday 9:30-9:45: (Hutcherson) An- PRESIDENT BAKING

The support price for quality June 14.The tioch Pastorium I

10:30-10:20: Frank Lee Home
schedule of time and placeis
as follows: 10:30-10:45: Proctor Phillips .. -. ,--,
Home -
MONDAY
10:55-11:15 Charles P. Green --- .--.
9:20-9:40 Roger Gaylard

Home Home \
9:45-10:00: Sylvia Gaylard 11:30-12:00 Jones Store :
2:00-2:15 Tommy Clayton 1lgin .
Home Home (Falmouth : 0 _
10:10-10:30: Lowe's Service 2:25-2:35: Ada Kinsey) Home c.\ .r!:!
Station
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
2:50-3:05 Annie Bailey Home ,:.t .' RpMAiciur. GEORGIA --
Phone 362-3111 10:30-11:00 Wellborn Post i 53 \0Itllll ,
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Adults 50c Children 20c 3:10-3:25 Esther Christian :; .; <: pOST oma .. :'
Tax Included OfficeTUESDAY Home ?o '

BOX OFFICE OPENS 4:00-4:15: Lee F. Brown = -.
Monday Through Friday, 3:15 9:30-9:45 Murle Moseley Home ... 1

Saturday 12:45 tobacco should be good but low Thursday and Friday scheduleswill !
Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night .
grade tobacco is going to be sup- begin next week and all ,....wsas uw* \ I

ported at a low price. It behooves bookmobile schedules will be listedin \. ? "

; THURSDAY-FRIDAY MAY 30-31 us all to make a real effort to thi snewspaper a week in advance "... B.u. m.naa.. -- .......-C4at0- --t- *.. 't.
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take 1JU.ar.
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ELIZABETH TAYLOR ROCK HUDSON I b .... product. na -ttr \, o. ,:. .-."'!, I
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JAMES DEAN \ .1'1.....AOti lroa the Chart. balov this fAforrtlot :".,:. t
( 111 are Netad+E \
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CARTOON NEWS \ ud will alloy
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1 rasp 1, we f..l, is ..ce.-r7.qu1pat-oul" atocklwUers4 -
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RANDOLPH SCOTT GEORGE (Gabby) HATESCARIBOO took 1.99x *& t.ado s oar ah+n'I hOld.r' ",-
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JAYNE MANSFIELD TOM EWELL % Gal. In Glass . . . 48c f V. H. flows '' "" \

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JUNE %-3 I 93 Score Wisconsin AA Foil Wrapped in %'s ,i

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In Made of Fresh Skim Milk Large Curd in 2.829 601U74V
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WHO'S GOT THE ACTIONTUESDAYWEDNESDAY. EXPLANATION '

Also THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL OF PIE CHART: "

CARTOON NEWS It's new 'tis different, country style '- .' I .

patties, 8 oz. VegetableMARGARINE 1. Cost of Ingredients and Packaging 5. Employee Benefits: .

JUNE 4-5 Flour, Sugar, Salt, Yeast, Milk, .. Vacation Pay, Group Insurance*'

............ 2 for 19c Shortening, Eggs, Cellophane, Unemployment Insurance, Work--

KIRK DOUGLAS Labels, Cartons, etc. ., | man's Compensation, Social Sedi-

In LOW FAT GAL. 40c .... 43.6790; !I ri ry, Contribution by Company to

IN GLASS 2. All Salaries and Wages !; Retirement Fund

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THE HOOK THIS WEEK'S SPECIALFla. _

Fresh Large 3. Other Operating Expenses: 6. Taxes-Federal, State and Local

Also Oven and Heating Fuel, Electricity, 1.99%
CARTOON NEWS EGGS 69c Building and Machinery Repairs,

.................... 2 doz. AdVertising: Interest Cost Car and 7.. Return on Stockholders Investment.

COMING SOON Truck Upkeep and Expenses From which comes money for ex-

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MAY 30, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN

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1M fg :tb Miss Edith Ann CostleberryMr. Reception HonorsPresbyterians Associational WMU Observes Anniversary B B

SundayHonored With Meeting At First Baptist Church BAn

t guests at a reception Associational WMU meetingwas one end of the table was. peed .

:- 2I $.. given by the Women of the held at the First Baptist the WMU anniversary cake baked
[ WOMENCLARA Church in the First Presbyterian Church Sunday in commemoration and decorated by Miss Jeannette
Church's Assembly Room were of the seventy-fifth anniver- Land local aritist from the Philadelphia

u .5 a Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall Mr. and sary of Southern Baptist women's Church. A bowl of purple
Mrs. Brent Hall Mr. and Mrs. work. punch was placed at the other

S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor .. .: Harold B. Scott, and Mr. and Also honored at the meetingwere end of the table and waa served
/ Mrs. Robert Stover who will be the past presidents of the by several ladies from Weatwoed

\ '..7 'ws.v ., leaving Live Oak shortly to make Suwannee Association and the Baptist Church.
Westwood Baptist GA's Hold Golden fi their homes in other places.A Girl's Auxiliary who are observing The GA table was overlaid wigs

i y, ) 5g5'x pink silver and white color their fiftieth anniversary.Mrs. a white cloth and held an arrangement -
Anniversary Banquet Friday Evening s4hNw ''.6# >i scheme was carried out in the ar- John Hutcherson, president of garden flowers

.. The Girls Auxiliary of West- tato salad. English peas, hot rolls, 2W : Arr.. w .Y:; R n ww5r.ds rangements. At points of interestin of the Associational WMU, flanked by gold candelabra hold

wood Baptist Church held their tea, cake, and ice cream. ;: yaa the foyer and in the receptionroom presided over the meeting. ing green candles.A .
Golden Anniversary Banquet in The Rev. J. W. Baillie servedas s were arrangements of pink Words of welcome were given three-tiered cake, baked and

} the Social Hall of the church Friday master of ceremonies and Mrs. sS c* phlox, and pink and white shag- by Mrs. S. T. McDowell of the decorated by Mrs. Vann of Jasper,

evening May twentyfourthat John Hutcherson was the guest t"S gy asters with white gladioli. First Baptist Church.Mrs. denoting the fiftieth anniversary
seven-thirty. The theme of the speaker.A .2<_ The refreshment table was overlaid Hutcherson presented Mrs. of GA's set at one end of the
mother-daughter banquet was. humorous reading "The So err with a pink and white organdy Art Bradley of Jasper who gavean table and balancing the table at
"Daughter Is A Jewel". Chrysolite Antidote To Mad- Ar ?, cloth appliqued and bor- interesting history of WMU the other end was a bowl of gold -
The speaker's table was cover- ness", was' given by Miss Shirley dered with pink linen. Centeringthis work from its beginning in Richmond punch.

ed with a green linen cloth. A Herring. table was a low arrangementof Va. in 1888 down to the Several GA girls asked te
cake stand covered with black Mrs. Gertrude Land. WMU shades of pink petunia, flankedby present time. serving at this table.
velvet with a rhinestone tiara on president, presented awards to silver candelabras holding Mrs. Claude Johns dressed in Mrs. John Robins of Philadelphia -
top was placed in the center of Miss Patricia Skinner and Miss k : lighted pink tapers. To one end period costume, portrayed in silhouette Church presided at the WMS

the table. Rhinestone clips and Diane Ward, Intermediate GA's, was the large cut-glass punch Mrs. Annie Armstrongwho registration book and Miss Bertie
earrings were pinned at various who completed their achievementsfor .S? bowl, with silver trays of sand- was secretary of this first Mae Robinson and Mrs. Harvey
points on the velvet. Two gold Ladies in Waiting.The wiches and home-made cookies meeting in 1888.A Perry kept the GA book.
candelabras holding six green Junior girls who completedtheir balancing the lovely effect. Mints number of past presidents of During the afternoon Mrs.
candles were placed on each end Maiden steps were Miss Gail were served from silver compotes. the Suwannee Association were George Allen and Mrs. John Cas-
of the table. Gold daylilies and Palmer, Miss Ronda Bonds, Miss r"0Un.Y Pouring punch during the reception introduced and a solo was sung tleberry played those much loved

ivy encircled the base of each Glenda Milton Miss Patricia t hours. 6:30 to 7:30, was by Mrs. R. A. McInniS of O'Brien and familiar old songs from fee
candelabra with necklaces arranged Poole Miss Brenda McIntosh Mrs. John Adicks. Mrs. Harry T. Reid of Jasper past.
at vantage points. Miss Faye Ross, Miss Faye Skin- P t Vi Assisting in caring for the outlined fifty years of Girl'4 .

The banquet table was covered ner, Miss Wanda Herring Miss guests during the social hour were Auixiliary work. She showed in a

with a green linen cloth. Five Diane Godbold, Miss Regina Mrs. W. S. Townsend, Mrs. Rus- very effective manner the impor- The reason the government pute

gold candelabras were placed at Ward, and Miss Janis Black. Miss sell Parsons, Mrs. Inman Avery, tance of training young girls in men's faces on money is that wo-
various points on the table. Debbie Barineau. also a Junior, Miss Maren Brorsen, Mrs. Claude missionary work. men are satisfied to get their
Rhinestone jewelry was placed was named Princess. Each girl and Mrs. John Castleberry announce the engagement' and Vice, and Mrs. E. B. Browning. Mrs. C. B. Davis dismissed the hands on it.

between the candlebras. Gold day- received a bracelet. approaching marriage of their daughter, Edith Ann to Michael Others assisting were Mrs. C. meeting with prayer after which

lilies and ivey were at the base U. Irones Campbell son of Mr. and Mrs. hones Campbell of Jack- R. Wadsworth, Mrs. James Walk- they assembled in the Educational RENEW YOUR

of each candelabra with tiaras MYF Officers sonville. up, Mrs. J. I. Dunn, Mrs. Norman Building for a social hour. DRIVERS LICENSES

centering the table. Miss Castleberry attended Suwannee High School, graduatinghi Protsman, Mrs. Tom Kirkpatrick, The WMS table was overlaid DURING THE MONTH
Place cards made of white pos- Installed SundayThe 1959 and graduating from Florida State University in April of Mrs. Loys Culpepper, and Mrs. with a white lace 'cloth and cen- OF YOUR BIRTHDAY

ter paper with gold and white Rev. Spivey Brabham installed this year with a BS degree in business. A member of Alpha Xi Roy Teagle. tered with an arrangement of REECE BROWN
streamers with the following officersof garden flowers and
tipped silver cande-
green spar- new Delta Social sorority and the Phi Chi Theta business womens honor COUNTY JUDGE
kle were placed to the left of each the Methodist Youth Fellow- labra holding purple candles. At
sorority.Mr.
plate. Place mats picturing a ship Sunday: President, Elizabeth GallopsDunsfordNuptial
Campbell, member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity graduatedfrom
a
globe and the Girls Auxiliary Pittman: Vice President, Terry RitesRev.
symbol of green, white, and gold, Broughton; Secretary, Susan Pitt- Vero Beach High School in 1959 and graduated from Florida
were placed on the table. White man; Treasurer, Jenny Crapps: State University in April.of this year with a BS degree in business and Mrs. W. D. Gallops of
517 Floridatown Road, Milton,
napkins with the G.A. symbolwere M.Y.F. Fund Promoter, Jackie with a major in marketing.The THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
the of their
announces marriage
to the left of each plate. Ratliff; Christian Outreach wedding will be Saturday. June twenty-second, in the
daughter, Helen Christine, to
Green poster paper tied with a Chairman Danny Bruce; Christian First Baptist Church in this city. Ronald Gene Dunsford of Route Veneer-One or Two Baths.
gold ribbon held the program and Citizenship Chairman, Elea-
3
Jay.
menu. Gold sparkle in the shapeof nor Dees; Christian Fellowship FHA or CONVENTIONAL
The wedding took place at the
the glowing sun was in the cen- Chairman, Bernie Weaver; Faith Here And There -
home of Rev. and Mrs. Charles FinancingSMALL
ter of the front. Chairman Carolyn Nott; Witness
Raley of 11 at
Bagdad on May
White glads and white Shasta Chairman, Diane Crews; Corres- DOWN PAYMENT
daisies ponding Secretaries Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunter left Miss Susan Brinkman, daughterof 9:30 p.m.
were placed on the piano. for boys,
for Nashville. Tenn., to Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Brinkman, The bride is a graduate/of Su Located In Subdivision.
The menu consisted of baked John Perry Alford, for girls Janet last week Edgewood
son-in-law and daughter is on a trip to New Hampshirewith wannee High School and is now
visit their
ham lettuce/pineapple salad, po- Broughton; Music Director, Elaine
last week employed by Delchamps Food SELECT YOURS NOW
Dennis; Publicity, Tommy Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs friends and spent
Shields: Altar Chairman, Mar- end in New York City with her Store, Milton. Contact
FOR YOUR jorie Dees; and Councilor Mrs.. Jr.Miss Bernice Shuler spent, the uncle Hanson C. Harrell. Mr. Dunsford attended_ Jay
-'TRE ,:Wa3ne..Pittman. week end with her parents Mr. Covie Brinkman and Miss High School and is presently em-
TRIMMING & Prior to the Installation the of- and Mrs. R. S. Shuler in Bristol. Becky Welty students at the University ployed by Carroll ConstructionCo. W. G. MULLINSPhone
TREE REMOVAL ficers held their first meeting on Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hunter Jr. of Florida, spent last week The couple are making their

TRENCHING OR May 23, 'with the new president, and daughters, Gloria and Joyce, end with his'parents Dr. and Mrs. home at 504 Pine. Street, Milton. 362-2057

DITCHINGCALL Elizabeth Pittman, presiding. Officers of Jacksonville spent Sunday with R. L. Brinkman.Mrs. .
I were instructed in their. Mr and Mrs. W. W. Hunter.Mr. Winston Johnson and (School Supplies at McCrimon's) .

duties. The outgoing president, and Mrs. Frank Williams Mrs. Alex McKeithen attendedthe S
FloodConstruction I Myron Holmes was presented witha visited Miss Eunice Williams and Parsons-Turmail wedding In "",;:
gift. Mrs. Edna Slaughter in Lee Sat- Gainesville Saturday morning.Mrs. --

Co. Mrs. Wayne Pittman served refreshments urday afternoon. E. J. Daniels of Orlando
following the meeting. Glenn Milton arrived home spent the week end with Mrs. Alex
should
362-2101 U. from St. Vincent's Hospital in McKeithen and Mrs. E. L. Carl Reasons why you
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iI (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Jacksonville, last Friday. :Mrs. son .
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.. Milton returned home with him .

T sonville after spending with Mr.a and week Mrs.in Curtis Jack- Card Of ThanksWe S MOVE UP TO s'.

\ For All Your Needs Collins.Mr. wish to express our sincere
and Mrs. Frank Williams
thanks and deep appreciation for ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Stafford
WITH all the acts of kindness shown us :
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Williams in McAlpin Sunday afternoon -
during the illness and passing of : Bulk Curing in'63 _
LP
GAS-TANKS-APPLIANCES our beloved husband and father.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Skeen visited
We want to thank the Suwannee
their son and daughter-in-law,
\ SEE Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Skeen, in County Hospital, St. Vincent's
Atlanta Ga., enroute to Chatta- Hospital, and .their staff of nur- r
nooga, Tenn., where they visited ses and doctors. We are especially .y -....w. y.-- ............ ...K9X/S \1. Powell's New ;
ARIURCROWE grateful for the beautiful flow-
their son-in-law and daughter
food cards, calls, and visits
,
ers,
'
\, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips.On Bulk Tobacco
from you. May God's richest .
aTGREEN'S their return trip they visited
blessings be with each of is
\ Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Tampling in you '

Opp, Ala. our prayer. HarYesler -
Robert R. Brown Sr.
FUEL Mrs.V.. J. Nipper, Mrs. Tom
; McGlamory, Claude Adams Miss The family of :r- Four men prime leaves from

Caroline Hart, and David Mor- four rows simultaneously
.. ... 4 Belts convey leaf to racking
IN: LIVE OAK gan spent Sunday afternoon- :..5" 5 chamber which: rotates on
x
iting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rycroftin '' central axis. Full racks are

-i' Cherry Lake and Mr. and Mrs. loaded oa trailer and carried -

: We Can Serve You Better More Economically Jake Milligan in Madison.Mr. .w:..<>::::.' ......'.. N '. .... .. .. .{::: to barn. Pulled' by con .
and Mrs. Bob Skeen returned ventional tractor. Can be
home last week end after quickly converted for
in Lakeland stringing tobacco for conventional -
visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Skeen and Air. Skeen's curing too.
2. Powelrs NEW
nephew, Dewey Skeen, in Winter

GAS APPLIANCES Haven.
Mrs. Henry Bailey has returned WBalkCuriBfi ..... ..... .....- '
home after spending several weeks
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visiting her daughter and family
hi Ft. Lauderdale.Ward's Structures _: !2t-
fr
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Galvanized steel structure ,.. -

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Our New Fertilizer Plant In Branford forming a bottom-dollar AMERICAN-STANDARD price. Cost at is Surveys conducted in North Carolina BACCO CURED WITH THE POWELL-

$100 less than other equipmentand in. 1982 show th tobacco cured with HASSLER SYSTEM BROUGHT $2.49!
the Powell-Hassler bulk system MORE PER HUNDRED POUNDS.
Florida Is Now In OperationGET you save. another$6Q-$70 oninstallation. brought ah average of $2.4.more per These facts PROVE that tobacco com
leaf like bulk-cured tobacco and
.hundred pounds to farmers::than panics
Enjoy perfect "indoor climate" that the same farmers cured in conventional pay top prices for leaf cured properly
TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE this summer-make really big .barns. These surveys were-coo- an' bulk. POWELL-CURED ,LEAF
,
savings now. ducted by North.Carolina State College DOES GET THE TOP DOlLAR. Fight
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ACT NOW, BEFORE fys all the bulk cured tobacco in North "
THE RUSH, CALL BS ; Carolina in 1962 brought an average of toward' complete mechanical harvest*
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'. THURSDAY MAY 30; 1963
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I I 1. Day Turns To Night =! l-': i WEATHER OUTLOOKThe State Chamber Reports

30 Day Agricultural

Molten Lava, Ash Wreck Weather Georgia, Outlook Southeast for Alabama South Leading Florida Seaports Handle

and Northwest Florida issued by

Island As Volcano EruptsNot the terologist Advisory, U.Agricultural S. Weather Me-Bureau 12 Million Tons, Imports Up cS j

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a rumble had been heard out of Bali's sacred Tifton Agricultural Ga. May Service 16, 1963 Office Florida's leading seaports handled 12,214,500 tons ...

Mt. Agung, home of the gods, since 1842, and nothing for the period mid May to mid in imports and exports worth 515,600,000 last year, the .
tHat could be called a real eruption had happened since June. Florida State Chamber of Commerce reported yesterdayin oO

1802 more than 160 years ago. All the textbooks TEMPERATURES over the its Weekly Business Review.
listed the 10,308-foot volcano as extinct. Tri-Siate Agricultural Area are "The volume of this foreign trade was up 13 percent
Then early this March. when | ; expected to average somewhat and the value registered a "Miami's tonnage came to 469.-
thousands-of the ,faithful Hindu smaller temples on the slopes. The below normal during the next 4 per cent gain over 1961," the 700 tons (up 10 per cent) worth O
people of Bali had gathered to priests had refused to leave. They 30 days except in Southeast Review pointed out. $100,900,000, (up 8 per cent). c2
worship the gods at Besakih., their were caught and encased in lava Alabama where near normal "Imports from foreign countries West Palm Beach had a 436.750 ; 1
largest and most sacred temple : quite like the people of Pompeii temperatures are expected to into Florida amounted to 6,754,350 ton volume worth $11,600,000,
halfway up the mountainside, Ge- I nearly two thousand years ago. average between 75 and 77 degrees tons, up 2 5per cent worth $282.- representing a 40 per cent gain in
nung Agung sUre: and wakened.. For five days the mountain Maximum temperatures 800,000 up 8 per cent. Exports volume but a drop in value.
There To Pray went beserk. It threw out giant will range mostly between 85 through the state's ports totaled Boca Grande handled 403,950
Rituals honoring the Hindu boulders that crushed people and and 90 degrees or higher 3 to 5 5,460,150 tons worth $232,800.- tons (principally exported phos-
Brahma the creator; villages. It produced a black cloud times. Minimum temperatureswill 000 with each figure up about phate), with a value of $3,000,000,
trinity and Shiva that darkened the sky grounded range mostly between 60 one per cent over 1961. showing no change in volume anda
the
Vishnu preserver; in airliners and turned day into and 65 degrees with early morning "Tampa was the only port drop in value. Panama City's
the destroyer were progress
night in Surabaja on the main tow temperatures falling below which showed gains in both exports 262,150 tons worth $22,900,000
throughout the great temple com-
plex, says thev National Geographic island of Java, over 200 miles to 55 degrees 2 or 3 times over and imports last year. Total registered a slight drop in both
Society. the northwest. It triggered unsea- northern section of Southeast tonnage came to 5.579,650 tons I figures. Pensacola's 138,200 tons
Families and whole villages had sonable rains that brought floodsas Alabama and Southwest Georgia up 12 per cent, worth 141200. : were below 1961 but the $12,500-
far away as Djakarta. Indon- only. 000 an increase of 5 per cent over 000 value last year was 8 per cent
trudged the mountain wor-
ship. They up brought flowers and esia's capital. 700 miles distant. RAINFALL during the next the previous year."Jacksonville over the previous year. Other
food, holy water and intricately Volcanic gravel and ash fell day 30 days Is expected to be mode- handled the second ports are included in the state
plaited palm leaves for offerings.On and night on the 2,243 square rate generally ranging between largest volume of imports totals but not shown separately."In "With automation talon! ? over, aad 75% of the wealth being
hand were the most skillful miles of Bali. Near Denpasar the 3.50 to 5 inches. This is a and exports combined 3,335,700tons addition to this waterborne controlled by women, r m thinning: to thick the only SAFE
dancers from the island where capital at the southern point of change in the dry pattern up 30 per cent worth $156- foreign commerce Florida's air? career is to be a gigolo."
dances; and the most the island, it was like a continuous which has prevailed during the 000,000 up 12 per cent. Port Ev- ports handled a monthly averageof
everyone talented musicians from a land hail or sleet storm rattling on past month or two and indicates erglades's tonnage reached 1,294- 4,000 ton sin imports and exports -
rice farmer is roofs and palm trees. a return to more normal 650 tons worth $57,900,000 showing worth $12 million through
where nearly every sAY
also a musician, or painter, 'or Monkeys in the famous Monkey rainfall with rain occurring as a slight drop in volume and October last year the last month F Q r
sculptor.At Temple outside Denpasar were afternoon showers at relatively an 18 per cent gain in value. reported to date."
terrified and hovered their
over
frequent intervals.
first, there were only a few
infants to protect them. The SUNSHINE during the next
earth tremors and puffs of smoke
from Agung's crater. grime and gravel got into every- 30 days is expected to average
As the mountain labored worshipers body's hair and ears and nose. about 65 per cent of possible
were moved to an extra- Some 1,500 Balinese have been with considerable afternoon I HALF PAIY TEEN I
ordinary religious fervor. I Gusti killed by the latest estimate and : cloudiness.
from a fifth to a third of Bali's SOIL TEMPERATURES during -
Balinese
Ngurah Sindhu, a devout I
teacher and member of the hon- farm and rice land has been the period mid May through

ored second 'caste, recalled. Ge- ruined. mid June are expected to average -
I KNOW I SAID MY DOGDOESNT
Land Crowded
nung Agung was the home of the in the 80s at the three inch
gods and truly the gods were The loss of arable land is par- level under bare soil in most BTE'.BUT'ZNEVER
manifesting themselves. ticularly tragic for the proud and soil types. Increasing soil mois- SAW THAT DOG

"Are you not afraid?" the independent Balinese people who ture will tend to hold down M MY LIFE!
priests asked the people. number nearly three million on an maximum soil temperatures at
"No, we are{ not, afraid" the island only 95 miles long and nev- this level.Brotherhood. ; *
people responded with a mighty er more than 50 miles wide. They :i ; 111111
; :3
shout, Sindhu remembered.Lava are superb farmers but it was hardto
feed so large a population even To MeetThe S
OverflowedBut
before the : 000 0 C
the mountain became more eruption.Now Community Brotherhood of ST
violent and molten lava over- with much of the land destroyed the churches of Live Oak and surrounding ____
flowed the rim of the crater. The they face an even more communities will meet '
religious ceremonies were con- difficult problem than they did Thursday,.May 30 at 7 pjn. at the
cluded hastily and most of the nearly 500 years ago when Islam First Presbyterian Church. \ Quantity Rights Reserved .x
people the women and girls threatened to engulf them. They Following a barbecue chicken Prices Good Tbru June 1
bare from the waste up except for threw the Moslems back and have supper. Prof. Troy Wakefield of .,NN.DIXE *TOR u. 'Ne. *k
an occasional filmy shirtwaist, maintained their gentle individually the University of Florida will COPYRIGHT- flU
the men in colorful sarongs and rewarding Hindu culture conduct a three hour Usher
open turbans returned to their intact even against the Dutch Training Course at the invitationof y
homes in the lowland villages. who. despite their 350 years in the Ministerial Association... All t & ,
Then Genung Agung let fly. It the East Indies never'really con- : men of the community are invited. !
first destroyed the villages of Seb- 'I quered or changed the Balinese. Those not interested in chcrch
udi. Sorgah. and Seblh. high up The gods of Genung are not ushering are free to leave follow-
likely to destroy them either. I
on the mountainside. Lava and ing the supper.
fish flowed down and engulfed the 1F

mother temple of Besakih and Let's Enforce-Not Legislate MoralsA I .dltllg1161tbgp GCVERNME G QED

bill currently before the state the sale of cigarettes or in other
TROUBLE legislature would if passed, remove markets for sale of various items?

the sale of beer from grocery This 'would remove beer sales

GETTING stores. from the main traffic pattern in Ii
The 'reason for this bill, Rep. supermarkets, and would give the EKEPFULL a
AUTO James B. Dressler tells us, is to clerk in charge of such sales the /
solve an enforcement problem. opportunity to ask for identification r= .;':; ;:' FREE

INSURANCE? The problem is involved in teen- when there is reason to believe ....
agers purchasing beer along with a purchaser might be under ';<" ::t};: 24HOUROXYGEN CUT BONELESS ROUND
Need SR.22 Filing and groceries checking them through legal age. '.i: /t::;:::,:f." /:;' ':' EQUIPPED i
liability insurance Ask regular checkout channels in supermarkets .' )":X/,:'
to send Since as Dressler has indicated .,:;: ".:J '.>>
agent your
your where asking an individual t : '. Ambulance Service Steaks
application to us if you'veb.n the primary enforcement f :; for identification to establish '
.
cancelled or rejecta problem lies in the large grocery ': ::
age is awkward. ; :: Phone 362-3333
We can insure almost stores and there is little problem
anyone at fair rates recjardtess Dressler has indicated he andBrevard's / FLAVORFUL CLOSE TRIMMED CHUCK
with the small stores, it seems \<>
of driving rec other legislators are I
ord. Fire, theft ccmpre.hensivt contemplating an alternate bill to us that this would permit the jJf. j :,
and collision also that would prohibit any person large stores to solve their own I' Roast 49e
available Premiums maybe problem at the cost: of little trou- LB. ,
under 18
years of age from en- DANIELS"FUNERAL
paid inveasy install tering an establishment selling ble and expense and at the same JAMES B. ,

ments.' beer or wine, unless accompaniedby time permit the legislature to HOME LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT
follow its laudible
To AzcntVe will be an adult. inclination to
pleased to tend complete He has stressed that the prob- avoid enlargement of the State East Howard St.

kit on JS request.Assigned Brokerage Risk' lem is one of enforcement, not Beverage to solve Department the problem staff of in en-order J. B. DANIELS, LJ.D. LB. 395/

Plan an We attempt to legislate morals. forcement.We S. C. BASS, JR. S
have yet another alternateto
think the third alternate EMERT POTEET
EARle W Y 8. propose. is of I EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND
worthy trial.
co.P.o. Why not require that the stores a i I
)( usa.If place beer sales in ,a separate department -
mls.u f. such as that set up already Beef. PKG.BUTTER LB.. $189

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THURSDAY. .MAY 30,, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT; LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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are many, are forgiven. Go in library To Sponsor Beachville Third Plenary Session of the
County Ministers9 Column peace." Summer'ProgramThe Ninth Annual Pan American
A man in a special service once Highway Congress whJjbh was
The said to a Christian worker: "I am Suwannee River Regional We were very sorry to have a Shepherd is better. being held at the State Department -
such a helpless 'miserable sinner, Library will have a Summer number absent from Sunday Miss Marvanelle Odom. daugh- auditorium. It was a great
there is no hope for me. I have Reading Program for children School Sunday morning. Some ter of Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Od- pleasure to visit with the large
Pastor's CornerBy prayed and resolved and tried and from the first through the sixth were away and some were sick, om, fell while skating Friday delegation from all the western
vowed until I am sick of my unavailing grades. but hope all will be present next night and injured her knee rather hemisphere excepting Cuba.I .
The efforts." Children wishing to participatemay seriously and is a patientjn the was particularly glad to discuss -
.REV. CORNELIUS B DAVIS obtain their folders for list- time.Rev.
"Do you believe that Christ Marvin Odom filled his Suwannee County Hospital in Live the Inter-American Highway
Pastor first Baptist Church died for our sins and rose again?" ing their books at any of the nine regular appointment at Mikes- Oak. She hopes to be out soon. from Texas to the Panama Canal,
Luke 23:34 "Father for- ful for those of us living in the the Christian worker asked. libraries in the region and on the vile Advent Christian Church Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Cason and the need for early continua-
give them, for they know not 20th Century as it was to those in "Of course, I do" the man re- bookmobiles. The program will begin Sunday. and son Dewayne, of Jacksonville tion of that highway through the
what they do. the 1st Century for men con- plied. June 1 and end August 15. T. F. Beach, Mrs. Luther Ad- were guests of his parents. Mr. Darien Peninsula In lower Panama -
A native Buddst Priest came to tinue to sin against Jesus Christ.It "If Christ were here on earthin A child is eligible to receive a kins, and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. and Mrs. H. C. Cason, Friday and upper Colombia to connect -
an American Missionary in Indiato is not unusual that these words bodily and visible form, what Reading Club diploma in September Beach and Gary, were guests of night and Saturday.We with those long portions of
: ask what this gospel was that from the mouth of Jesus would be would you do?" the Christian if he reads 15 books during Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bronson in had a shower Wednesday the Pan American Highway already -
he was preaching. in the form of a prayer, for as asked."I the summer. The books must be Clermont Sunday. All returned which helped lots and hope for constructed in South Am-
The missionary told briefly of Dr. Edward McDowell has said. would go to Him at once and taken from the libraries or book- Sunday afternoon except T. F. more soon.Remember. erica.
the love and compassion of Jesus "Jesus lived a life of prayer". He tell Him I was a lost sinner," was mobiles.A Beach who will visit a few weeks. church services SUn- I was happy to see many of the
throughout His life and finished was constantly in touch with the the reply. gold star will be added to the Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach vis- day. Services at 10 a.m. and 7:30 delegates with whom I had pre-
tellP.'t' _. his story by ;; "; Gainesville Friday p.m. are always very viously worked at the two sessions -
ing of JeSUS'Wtf! h Even though this prayer is very thing?" asked the Christian. over 15 that are read. and Saturday.Mr. come. of that Congress which I attended -
death on the 'VI 1: clear in its meaning, it is Indistinct "I would ask Him to forgiveme and Mrs. Bill Geiger and at Mexico City and at
cross and Hiss" ",:itS, ;, wi in its aim. How we thank and to save me" the man im- Music Recital Set daughter, Mrs. Betty Tucker and Caracas, or whom I met on my
words, "Father,W f ,; ;:,",;...- i$i> God for this indistinctness. Be- mediately answed. Frier Music Company will present sons all of Miami, who have been No.1 two inspection trips of the Inter-
:Sf ::i ::' cause of it, we are able to get in "What would He say to you?" visiting
forgive them, for:?: :: :'/{ l its annual recital Friday their son and brother backfired by contributing to the American Highway.
they know nottaA" :dt/-c'y y..: ::.- 1itl.$ :< on the power it radiates. "Father, asked the Christian. The man was evening at. 8 o'clock at the Su Billy Geiger and family, in Texas, overwhelming defeat which the BIG MILITARY PRODUCE
what they do. :;; '' : forgive them. That small four silent. wannee Junior High Auditorium.The stopped over and visited Mr. and wheat farmers of the nation gave PURCHASE This week the De-
After the na-fl letter word "'them, seems like a "What would He say to you?" public is invited.es Mrs. Willie Beach on their way to the referendum Tuesday. Instead fense Department advised that its
tive had heard #;l' chariot of mercy that has come Again, there was a period of sil home last week. of passing by the required purchases of Florida produce dur-

the story he down to earth," says Charles ence. ), lest any man should boast"When Mrs. W.' A. Hagin was called to vote of two-thirds or more, the ing the 1963 buying season am-
Jumped to Spurgeon, "into which a man may "What would He say to you?" a man can conjure up an Jacksonville week before last on 'referendum failed to get the sup- ounted to 21 million pounds having -
feet in a rage and commanded, step, and it shall bear him up to asked the Christian a third time. excuse for an evil deed he is temp- account of the illness of her port of even half of the wheat a dollar value of $2.5 million.
the missionary, saying "Get out heaven." At last a light came into his ted to be proud of his craftiness. daughter, Mrs. Billy Shepherd.She farmers, of whom 1,218,000 voted, The produce was bought thru
of India! Get out of India! You Jesus did not say, "Father for- eyes and a smile come into his Pride does not lead toward hum- returned home Friday and the largest number ever to voteon the Defense Supply Agency's
will convert all of our people if give Pilate"; or "Father; forgive face as he whispered. "He would bleness. we are glad to learn that Mrs. any farm program. Belle Glade office and the items
you tell them that story. For in the soldiers who nailed the spikes say I will, my sins are forgiven." Jesus was not giving an excuse I think this is a healthy indi- included citrus and citrus con-
all of our religions we have no into Me"; or "Father, forgive The man went away having for forgiveness. He was asking for cation that farmers are well awareof centrates and a large variety of
story of love like that." those who stand around and found at last these words of forgiveness because of His infinite Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions the dangerous long-time implications vegetables.
No manifestation of love has mock"; or "Father, forgive the Jesus pouring saving grace into love for all mankind. What a tremendous of legislation such as that CAPITOL COMMENTARYOn -
ever been clearer than this. No scribes and Pharisees who causedall his life: "Father, forgive them. plea. Our hope lies in contained in the Feed Grains bill Thursday night Mary and I
sign of power has ever been more of this.:' He prayed "Father We thank God that the indistinctiveness this plea of Christ. If Jesus paid I hope that the Congress will now attended the informal reception
in evidence than this. In the love forgive them" and "them" refersto of this prayer appliesit our debt and He did if we accept proceed to set up more moderateand given by the Americans for Con-
of Jesus for all mankind which led all people throughout the ages to us because of the reason for Him then we are out of debt. If Here is a list of new subscrip- acceptable programs for agri stitutional Action (ACA) which
Him to the cross, intercession was who sin against God and stand Jesus' request, that the Father He BORE THE PENALTY of our tions and subscriptions renewed to culture.I delivered plaques to 22 Senators
made for transgressors forgive- in need of forgiveness. forgive them. "Father forgive sins and He did if we accept Him the Suwannee Democrat from note that Florida producers of and 132 House members for their
ness was offered for sinners. What You ask, "Well even if the. them, for they know not what then there is no penalty for us to May 17 to May 24. wheat voted 262 for and 624 conservative voting records which,
greater power is there than the prayer was prayed for me. how do they do. On the surface of the pay. If Christ has borne our NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSDr. against the wheat program, with as stated by the awards are "1n
power to forgive sins the power I know It was answered?" It was matter it may appear that Jesusis PUNISHMENT, and He has if we and Mrs. Charles A. Benton 45 other votes challenged.PAN support of the Constitutional
to give a person new life with answered because it is the natureof asking for forgiveness on the accept Him, then we shall not Miami"Okla. AMERICAN HIGHWAY principles of this country.
complete security in the presentlife God to grant forgiveness. The grounds that because- their ignorance have to bear it. Pvt. James A. Brock San Francisco CONGRESS MEETS HERE -On I was more than happy to be
the power to give a person Scripture says. "If we confess our they are not guilty. Thisis "Father, forgive them," was Calif. Wednesday morning of last weekI among the Senators chosen to receive -
eternal life with complete salva- sins Christ is faithful and just to not what Jesus meant. He is not His plea upon the cross. Throughout Leaton Bell. Rt., L. O. spoke on the program of the this award.
tion In the future life. forgive our sins and to cleanse us trying to make an excuse for their the ages He saw man's eternal Virginia Lee, GainesvilleMrs.
This prayer that Jesus offered from all unrighteousness." Christ sin.God lost condition. Through His James C. Hewlett, Jack-
from the cross and the power this said to the woman In the city is not interested in any excuse love and compassion. He wantedto sonville
prayer unleashed is just as need- who was a sinner, "Thy sins which for sin. In the first place we see men saved to.spend etern- SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs. DANCEEVERY
I do not need an excuse hi orderto ity with Him. Not because of our Frank E. Baker, Los Angeles -
J be forgiven. It is not necessary worth but because of His love Calif. SATURDAY NIGHT
SEE ME IN 63 FOR ALL YOUR to do any explaining at all. Jesus for you and for me. He pled, Robert W. Cannon, L. O. WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES
BUILDING NEEDS Christ died on the cross so that "Father, forgive them". Della Coleman McAlpin FROM 9 TO 1
we could receive forgiveness for "Upon that cross of Jesus mine Richard M. Fulton, Rt., L. O. ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING .
PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. sin, by accepting Him as our Sav- eye at times can see the very C. V. Schoppe, L. O. \ THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S
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EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1963

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No.1 Coliseum, diploma In hand, to the I Company. Lake City.' the amount of $368.00. No action lication of this .... Each claim or
majesty of the' Grand demand shall be to writing and shall
soaring was taken at this time.
Florida __$1,203.27
cent Slocum, Frances Strickland, state the place of residence and poet
March. I Motion was made by Brim sec- The Board discussed some routine office address of the claimant and shall
Rebecca Lorice Suggs, Karen seniors other be sworn to by the claimant their agent
Alicia Sykes, and Sharon Estelle Graduating onded by Crews, to accept the matters as they relate to pu or attorney aad any such claimor
Tummond. than honor students are: low bid of $1.203.27. from North pil transportation. demand not so filed shall 1Ht voidAustin

Allen, Martha Jean Upon motion by Brim seconded HarreJI.
,
Seniors who are members of Florida Fence Company, Lake As administrator of the Estate *f

the Beta Club will be recognizedby Aue. Gloria Jean City, Florida. Motion carried. by Crews, the meeting was ad- 623 Serener P. Barrel Mitch, deceased

the gold cords they will be Avery, Linda Gail Personal leave, because of ill- journed.Everett

Baker, Dorothy Glenda ness was granted Annie Lou L. Williamson IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
wearing. Bird Sharon Lynn IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.
L I THE ABSENCE OP A = Johnson; for % day. March 8, Supt. & Secretary FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
Boswell Earl Govan WINNER. THE METS r t 1963. Board of Public InstructionOtto RE: The Estate of
No. 2Bobby Box Carl Eugene HAVE MANAGED TO T :; F. Dickman Chairman FRED L. NEWMAN.
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I KEEP THEIR FANS 3 Personal leave, because of illness Deceased.

is a 1961 graduate of Su- Brannan, Judy Wynelle CONTENTED.... was granted Mary E. Mc- Board of Public Instruction Notice Of Filing Petition For Final
Brim Gerald Emory Discharge Of Administratrix
wannee High School where he Leod for the following dates, Feb- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

served as president of the senior Brown Edwin Harley ruary 18, Vi day; March 1, 11, 12. PUBLIC NOTICESINVITATION Notice is hereby given that I have
Bryant, Mary Frances filed my final retain as Administrator
class. s, ACQUISITION FIRST WITH THE OP V' .a 8, 13, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1963. of the Estate of Fred L. Newman deceased -
Since his entrance into NFJC, Butts, Olga ; 1GIL Temporary duty to accompany ; that I have filed my petitionfor

he has served as president of the Carter, Linda Gail HODGES .: FFA land judging team to Gain- TO BID final discharge and that I will apply -
Daniel Gordon A The Snwann River Authority will to the Honorable Reeee Brown.
Chandler
Kiwanis Circle "K" Club vice esville, Florida, March 29, 1963, accept sealed bids for the following County Judge of Suwaaaee County
president of the student body, and Chauncey, Mark Elliotte Jr. vex r -?' .y {r grantd to H. W. Suggs. materials to be delivered at a boat ramp Florida, on Jane !'. Itfl. for approvalof
Clark John Harry was situated in the NE% of NEt. North the same and for final discharge as
president of the senate. tt Two days annual leave April and Eaat of the Withlacoochee River Administrator ef the estate of Fred L.
Clark, Lois Ann J for Section 33, Township 1 North. Range Newman deceased
= 3, 4, 1963, was approved DATED at Live
Clayton Robert John 11 East in Hamilton County Florida: Oak. Florida this
No. 3 Thomas Lee Boatright. "Not less than 15 cubic yards nor 23rd day ef May 190$.
Cribbs, Eddie Jerry S/ Robert R. Newman
more than 25 cubic yards of 1$0-0>
Professional leave was approved -
class will speak, and farewell addresses Croft Genelle lb. test ready mixed concrete." 2.5
for Alma D. Bullock on April Quote price. per cubic yard. F.O.B.
will be given by the two Daughtry, Vernon Richard above location. Bids will be opened in IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
4, 5, 1963 to attend conference in
valedictorians Candy and Jo- Dees, Robert Braxton the office of the Sowannee River Au- JUDGE. SUWANNEE COUNTY.
Clearwater, Florida. thirty. Live Oak. Florida, at 10:30 a.m., FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN .
anna. Deese, Willie Mae Temporary duty elsewhere was Tuesday Jane 11, 1963. RE: Estate of
Everett L. Williamson superintendent Dice, Vernon Wilton 2-( DEWEY D. NORTH.
S3 i x approved for William R. Powell i Deceased.
of schools, will presentthe Dorsey, Barbara Kate INVITATION TO BID To All Creditors and Persons Having
to Suwannee High
seniors with their diplomas. Driver, Bernice .'} jicjt accompany Notice is hereby given that the City Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
School students who will exhibit Council of the City of Live Oak, FlorIda You and each of you are hereby noti-
After the singing of the Su- Eargle, Jon Stephen AMD NOW project in the State Science Fair will accept sealed bids up to June fied and required to present any chums
wannee High Alma Mater by the Edwards, Collace Wallace ; THE> PORCMASE OPGaskins ,.. 11, 1963 at 7:50 P. M., at whieh time and demands which you or either of
at Tampa, Florida April 4-6. 1963. all bids will be opened publicly for the you may have against the estate of
seniors Rev. John Hutcherson Fennell Alice Faye ...DUKE SNIDER.-- Temporary duty to following: Dewey D. North, deceased late of said
wlil deliver the benediction followed Fennell, Ray Randall accompany One (1) new tandem drive diesel- County to the County Judge of Suwannee -
Douglass High Senior Class to County Florida, at M. office in the
powered motor grader to weigh not
by the recessional in which Fink Willard Logan + rr utwwri.
> court house
Carter Day Conference at Su less than 23.000 Ibs. (basic machine of said County at Live Oak.
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118 seniors will file out of the Frier, Lester Eugene weight) and to have minimum of Florida, within six calendar months
wannee River Jr. College, Madison 115 horse power engine. To be from the time of the first publicationof
equipped with hydraulic this notice. Each claim or demand
Florida April 26, 1963 was steering, leaning front wheels power, 12' shall be in writing and shall state the
4 r11f 11 f lEI ._.,.. .- 14 r-i approved for Eveline Duhart hydraulic shiftable moldboard. 11 place of residence and post office address -
a 0 I'III' THE 1YJ0 RS FORMER WERE Gladys Jones, and Sarah Robin- tooth scarifier. 14.00 X 24 8 Ply of the claimant and shall be
sworn to by the claimant their .
Tires (front and rear). Engine exhaust agent.or
/ e oaaYwl gAK7RITk muffler engine hourmeter. attorney, and any such claim or demand -
T sEY PUYED RR son.Temporary not so filed shall he void.
duty to Open type cab with windshield and
I J1)wrn) accompany
Grace M. North,
=s uausRS..Iva with all standard equipment.
f;_ Ij : male students from Douglass High Bid to show net cash difference after As administrator of the Estate of
School to State Student Council allowance for a model 11-52-10 Huber 52-3 Dewey D. North deceased.
Warco Road Maintainer owned by
Parents are understand- meeting Tampa Florida April the City. now

ably proud when their first 4-6 1963 was approved for James Cashier or Certified Check or Bid NOTICE TRADE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR
child brings home school Bond in the amount of &5>> per cent of TO NAME LAW
Watson. WHOM
IT MAY CONCERN
bid price must be attached to bid to insure :
papers and drawings with Professional leave to attend an- delivery as specified Bidder to Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
the mark of real promise. specify delivery date. The City pursuant to the fictitious
reserves
MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC
Larry Ronald nual State Meeting of Student name statute. Chapter ltiS.
Section
_" Q '1 the right to reject any and all bids or -
Finding a spot to how INSTRUCTION SmVANNEECOm'TY 865.99. Florida Statwt_. 1941, willre..ter
Godbold Wanda Nell Council in Tampa Florida April City Council of the
off" the child's talent can ; City of Live Oak Florida with the Clerk of the Circuit
be something of a problemif Golden Bonnie Virginia FLORIDA 4-5, 1963, was granted Chestine Vernar Hunter President Court in and for Sawaanee County.
Grant Ernest Roy Live Oak, Florida ATTEST: Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication -
the family rents or livesin Curry. Harvey W. Perry of this notice the fictitious name
a house that is too smallto Grant Gary Emory April 2, 1963 Professional leave is granted City Clerk to-WIt:

accommodate all of Greene, Larry Eugene The meeting was called to order Shellie Q. Brown, to attend pro- 2-3 which WARE'S I will PHARMACYunder engage in busmenmjr

mother's decorating ideas. Greene, Martha Ann i at 9:00 A. M. by Otto F. Dickman, fessional meetings, April 4, 5, 16, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, I expect: to engage ha business 111

A to Chairman. Other members pres- IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, Branford FIericha and address it
good place displaya Gude, Mary Joyce 17, 18, 1963.Professional. FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Suwannee A y_...
child's drawings and--- -" --- -- -- Hart Barney Cyril ent were: V. V. Brim, L. M. CrewsJr. leave to attend an- RE: The Estate of The extent of ownership is entire.

chool papers is the often runused Hart, Sharon Lee ., Thonis R. Barnett, and H. E. nual State NHA meeting in Tallahassee DELLA C. MITCHELL Dated W. S. WARE SR.
this
2tth day of .
Deceased. May A D.
inside of the closet
.. .. Hart, Vera Jane Vann.A March 21, 26, 1963, was Notice Of Filing Petition For Final Ivv3*
dcor in the youngster room. tached to the door, one at top, tneother Herring, Cecil Woodrow I Scripture reading was given granted to Rossinni S. Granville. Discharge: Of Administratrix W. 8. WARE SR.
If the door is flat, a piece of at the bottom. Thonis TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 3.4
material to the Hingson, Barney Duane with the prayer led by Professional leave to attend Notice is hereby given that I havefiled
pegboard cut to desired size provides Attaching pegboard
IN THE
COUNTY
Thelma Louise Barnett. IndustrialArts final returns Administratrix JUDGE'S COURT.
Hodson to my as -
I *. handy spot for tacking makes it easy to replace conference relating of the Estate of Della C. Mitchell IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN
these ""treasures. If needed, two items as the child progresses to Holmes, John Myron Minutes of the previous meet- Education was granted to deceased; that I have filed my petitionfor TY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE

pieces of pegboard may be at. bigger and better things. Howard William Walter ing were read and approved. Kenneth Wood for April 10, 11, final discharge and that I will IN RE CIMM1E: The Estate B. THOMPSON of SHEA
apply to the Honorable Reece Brown,
Howell, Dorothy Louise Upon motion by Brim secondedby 1963. County Judge of Snwannee County Deceased

James, Everett Gentry Vann, the Board went into executive Expense allowance in the am- Florida on June 25, 1863 for approvalof Notice Of Filing Petition For Final

Johnson, Diane Ellen session to consider nomi- ount of $66.00 was granted Ken- Administratrix the same and of for the final estate discharge of Delia as C. TO ALL Discharge WHOM Of IT Administratrix MAY CONCERN:

Tomb Johnson, James Earl nations for administrative and supervisory neth Wood to attend National Mitchell deceased. ...Notice is hereby given that I wn,
I CAI Y I DATED at Live Oak Florida, this file my final returns as .administrate
Kellogg William Lee positions as presented in Indianapolis -
DorrANOTHER Industrial Arts Conference 23rd day of May 1963. of the estate of Cimmfe B. Thompeoi

Law, Larry Drew by the Board of Trustees. Motion Indiana. SLorene M. WeldonAdministratrix Shea deceased. ; that I will file my pe
titlon for final
discharge and that I wl!
Law, Robert Wayne carried. After the discussion was Approval was given for paymentto Z-5 apply to the Hon. Reece Brown County -

Lawson, Thelma Jean ended, a motion was made by colored bus driver for trans- Judge of Sawaaaee County Florida
_SHE'S THE MOST NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE on Monday. July IsU, 1903 for approval -
Linda Gail
Lee Vann seconded by Brim to move to
Douglass High team of the
TRUTHFUL WOMAN porting Notice is hereby given that I. Hugh same and for final discharge
Locklear, Agnes Irene to open session. Motion carried. Jasper for regular season games. Lewis as Sheriff of Suwannee County, aa admteiatratrix of the estateof
IN THE WORLD.
SOMETIMES Florida, in and by virtue of that Chorale B. Thompson Shea.
eerSin -
William Allen
Long, Superintendent Williamson presented Board considered a request
AMAZES ME.. r The execution: Issued out of the Small May %8. 19M.
McCullers, Cecil James the following nominationsfrom from Fred Annstead Principal at Claims Court in and for Suwannee EDITH BARTON WOLF
County. Florida wherein D. L MeCraw Administratrix of the estate of
McCullers, Mary Alice the Board of Trustees for O'Brien for a music instructor. is Plaintiff and D. C. Greene President Clmmie B. Thews*en Shea de

McElveen, Marilyn Jeannette the 1963-64 school year. They are: Upon the recommendation of d/b/a Greene's Top Wind- ceased.

McKeithen, George Every Nettie. Baisden Marvin O- the Board of Trustees a motion shwld that Company Certain is Judrement defendant,on by Public virtueof 3-6

McKnight, George Edward + Hara, Principal; was made by Brim, seconded by record of Suwannee County. Florida I NOTICE
have levied upon and will offer for sale Notke k hereby given to all person ;
Matthews Barbara Jean John A.
Pine View Elementary strip property,
Vann to lease a of
and sell to the highest and best bidder whom it may concern that I will not b"
Melvin, Paul Robert Cade Jr., Principal; 10 feet wide along the north-west for. cash at the front door of the Court responsible for any eMferatfoa incurredby
C Clyde Maurice House in Live Oak Snwannee County anyone except myself or by AlfredT.
Mobley
Suwannee Junior High Bur- boundary of the present Junior
Florida to satisfy said judgement and Airth as my attorney in fact. A* of
Mock, Cecile Louise en L. Dunavant Principal; High School site adjacent to theJ. costs on June 17, 1963, during the legal this date, Mrs. Sarah Chitwood will own

Moseley, Barbara Ann Suwannee High School Wil- L. McMullen property. Said Property hours of, to-wit sale :the following described the .business Tavern known and MoteLCLIFFORD aa ChHwood'a. Grocery -

Mott Danny Earl liam R. Hall Principal; lease is granted to J. L. McMul- One 6>> h.p air compressor serial No. CHITWOOD ER
i Nash Andrew Jackson Jr. Fred 217898, with f kp. Dayton Motor 3-6
Suwannee High School len for 5 years. Motion carried. No. 600 and 200 Ib. air _

Padgett, Virginia Louise O. Young Assistant Princi- Cannon & Wolfe Lumber Com- tank No. PST 882717 and compressor air com. NOTICE

SHE ABSOLUTELY _EXCEPT' HER AGE, Parramore, Willard Henry Jr. pal presented written recom- Jlnuor equipment Type VAF 6006, Notice is hereby given that appof
VMONT LIE ABOUT WEIGHT AND FATHER'S'SALARY. ; pany aerial No. 276519. cation was made on the 14th
l.a ANYT Parsons Rosiland Virginia Branford High School A. Per- mendations and paint prices for Sawannee County, Florid May, 1963 by the Western Union Telegraph

Patterson Mary Carolyn ry Geiger, Principal; refinishing the Junior High 2-5 Hugh Lewis Sheriff Company Commission to the Federal to close Communications thp.-

I Paulk Mary Leone Wellborn Elementary ThomasJ. School and Agricultural Shop telegraph office located at 110 North
Paulk William Warren NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE Ohio Avenue, Live Oak. Florida and t'J
Geiger, Teacher/Principal; buildings in Live Oak, Florida. Notice is hereby ,
located
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given Hotel
that under aDd provide service at Snwennee
0 r' Roberts, Floyd Fred Jr. Clayland Elementary Nathan The Board was informed of by vIrtue of that certain decree enter- at 201 South Ohio Avenue In"t

Robinson, Barbara Ann Wooley, Teacher/Principal; plans by Senior Class, Suwannee at ed Lire bJ' Hon.Oak R. H. Rowe, Circuie Judge Oak Florida who will act henceforth a,
Florida th-
on May 16th. ln: of the telegraph company. If
Robinson Mary Louise McAlpin Elementary Willard High School of trip to Washington la that certain cause the agent application is granted, substitute ncr ire

.: If Ross, Doresa Riette Patterson, Teacher/Principal; D. C. and New York City. CircuIt County Court Florida; In and 7oVlnni"ii will be available from 8 ajn. to 8 p.aMonday ,
,
wherein from 9
B. W. Deese through Saturday and
Rye, Jack Raymond Supervisor, Negro Schools Precise times and dates have not and his 'Wife. Gladys B. Deese are a.m. to 1 P-m. OB Sunday from Suwan-

Sanchez Gloria Annette Shellie Q. Brown; yet been established.A plaintiffs Hill ud, and hi. Lilia Hill a widow; John nee Hotel, 2.8 Sooth Ohio Avenue, Live
wife. Jennie F. member of the pubic
Hill Florida Any
Sapp, Travis Steve School JamesL. letter from Nathan Wooley defendants, the an Oak.
Douglass High undersigned having desiring to proteet or sorw* the closing -
Saunders Stanley Cole Bevel Principal; relative to part-time help in to appointed execute Special Master of said Judle of this office .y communicate inwriting
said
final decree and with the Federal Communications -
In
Smith, Kay Frances O'Brien High School Fred lunchroom at Clayland Schoolwas compliance therewith the undersigned Commission. Washington 25. D.Con

Snipes Erma Eloise Armstead, Principal.The read and discussed. Approvalwas Will and offer best for sale bidder and sell to the highest or before Jane 18, l.*$.
for cash
Stansel, Imogene Board of Trustees upon given for such employmentof outcry at the front door of the at public Court 3-4__

Stewart, Joseph Bennett the recommendations of Superin- part-time personnel as indicated House Floridad .In Live Oak, Suwannee IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
between
the uSo CIRCUIT OF
hour of THIRD JUDICIAL
MODERN FARMING OPERATIONS USE Sumrell Milton Paul tendent Williamson, did not in the letter and that the section cJock A. M, and 2:00 o'clock P. M FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN-

UP-TO-DATE LIABILITY PROTECTION: Taylor Nancy Catherine nominate Thomas L. Dobbins as of the Suwannee County on lowing Saturday described, June lot, 1963 the fog: NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYIN
real estate RE Adoption .,
Increased mechanization more people visiting the farm Touchton Cecil Sloan Jr. General Supervisor for the 1963- Lunchroom policies relating to The Northwest Quarter of to-wit North-: Judith: LaAna Hurst

for business and pleasure more farm people going places and Tucker, Samuel Rodney 64 school year.Superintendent. this matter be waivered for the west 3 Quarter of Section U. TownShip James Howard Hunt IIBrentke
all create hazards for which be held Wadsworth, Charlotte Louise South Range 14 East in Denise Hurst
doing things you may Williamson recommended remainder of this school year because Suwannee County, Florida.J. TO: James Howard Hurst whose yes-

liable.For Wadsworth Joel Russell to the Suwannee Coun- of the financial hardshipthat W. Bryson dence is unknown.
complete liability protection see your Farm Bureau Warner, Patricia Ann Special Master in Chancery Yoa' are hereby notified that a Complaint -
Board of Public Instruction is being imposed on the %
ty for the Adoption of the above
agent today and let him explain The Farmers General Liability Watkins Barbara Lee aIN
that Thomas L. Dobbins Sr., not school. named children to-wtt: Judith LuAm
to
Policy THE CIRCUIT COURT Howard Ham II, >i
Watson Charles Mitchell OF THE Hunt, James an
you.LEON J. GILL SR. be reappointed as General Super- Permission, as requested in let- THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Brentlee Denise Hurst has been filed
Wells. James Alfred visor. Upon a motion by Brim ter for use of bus. Is grant"edClayland FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN- In the above styled Cert by Juditi
General Agent White. James Hugh Lee NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY C: Mitchell an4 Jesse R. Mitchell, and
School.PermJss10n .
seconded Vann the Board
by DIVORCE you are repaired to serve: a copy of you"
FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIESP. Williams, Delano Roper voted unanimously to accept the was given for use CHARLES E. LUCK Answer or Pleading to the Com p lair '

O. Box 97, Office 362-1274 Williams, Winton Edwin nominations of the Trustees and of bus to transport Douglass High PlaintiffDONN'A upon Randall the Slaughter Plaintiffs P. O.Attorney.Box 508, Wn-L>i-

Live Oak, Fla. Res. 362-2677 Winkler, Anna Maxine the recommendations of the Su baseball team to its regular sea- s. LUCK. Oak Florida and file the original
DefendantTO the office of the Clerk of the Cirru
perintendent.Bids son baseball games. : Donna S. Lack whose last known Court Sawaaaee County. Florida on <,.
were opened for fencing as Mr. A. Perry Geiger. Principal address resident or residence I. before the 2tth day ., Jane A. D. 1 6'f <
follows Branford School wrote a letter 9711 Main Street Damaeus, Mary you care to contest the same, otherwise -
:
landYou the aOegatteaa of the Complaint
Wade-Persons, Lake City, requesting that the Suwannee are hereby notified that a Complaint wHl be taken aa eoafosssd by you.
Instruc- for a Divorce has been filed in DONE AND ORDERED hi Live Oak
ALL LEATHER SANDAL Florida $1,345.00 County Board of Public the above named Court and you are Florida this 27th day of May, A ILavavghn .:

Atlantic Fence Company, tion participate in the Educa- required to serve a copy of your Answer 1961.
that the or Pleading to the Complaint upon the A. ilaei...
Jacksonville Florida tional TV and
$1,310.00 program PTaintiffs Attorney Wm. Randall Clerk of Circatt Court
North Florida Fence j County purchase 2 TV films in Slaughter P. O. Box COS. Live Oak. Sawaanee County, Florida
$3.00 for 3 Florida and file the original in the (SEAL)
days ---- office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. By: Geraldine M.- Gamble. D'
Suwannee County Florida on or. before a-'
Let's Make It A Date At- the 31st day of May, A. D. 1963. if yon _
care to contest the same, otherwise the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF
Reg. $5.99 From Reg. Stock Parker's Drive In allegations of the Complaint will be SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
taken aa confessed by you. RE The Estate of
It's the perfect 'spot to eat no Done and ordered in Live Oak. Florida BARBARA L. ZEH2L1R.

NARROW AND MEDIUM WIDTHS long waiting drive up and / this 29th day of April. A. D. 1963. NOTICE TO Deeseos CREDITORS
Lavaugha A. Sessions
served directly to you in your car. y Clerk of Circuit Court AH creditors of the Estate of Bk.r
ALL SIZES AVAILABLE Wonderful menu to choose from. 1 Snwannee County Florida ban L. Zesgler. deceased, are h"rpl- .
.. Open from 11 aon. to 11 pan. except \ (SEAL) notified and required to file any clar-:
\ By: Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C. or demand which they may h it
and
Saturdays
/ BEIGE ONLY Fridays we .
52-3 against said Estate in the office of -
are open from 11 aun. to 12 pan. County Judge of Sawaaac Count

BIGGEST DRINK IN TOWN! IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Florida, in the Cowt house at I.,'.
JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY Oak Florida within ate calendar mont-
GIANT 24 OZ. COKES 30c i FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. from the date ef the first pnbhcatr
BOOT BEER IN RE: The Estate of of title Notice; which io the 30th ra:.<
.. 16 Oz. 20 Oz. Gallon SERENER P. BARREL MIZELLDeeeued of May. 190$.
Each claim must W in writing r.'
10c 15c 40c T. AH Creditors and Persons Having. must state the place of residence "i.j
OUR LADIES DRESS SHOE SALE STILL Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: pest office ........ of the claimant ann
notified mast be sworn to by the claimant, }>
PIT BARBECUE You and each of yon are hereby -
IN PROGRESS THE BALANCE OF THIS .: t. COMPANY CHICKEN STEAKS and required to present any claims agent, or ate attorney and must >,.
BROASTED
tad demands which you or either offoa fled In d......, or it will become H. .\
WEEK STILL HUNDREDS OF PAIRS 1m w n.... .tMumiCT..*", DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH nay have against the estate of according to law.

TO CHOOSE FROM YOU'RE SURE :. ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHESICE serener P. Barren Mien deceased late T. A. BOW AND ITL and
CREAM af said County, to the County Judge of T. A. BOWAND IT
TO FIND WHAT YOU NEED AND SHOE DEPT. Suwannee County Florida at his office Executors: of the Last Will and
AT GREAT SAVINGS. Parker's Drive In Ie the court house of said County at Testament of Barbara L. Zflaln
WANT Live Oak. Florida within six: calendar deceased..PAGE .
JASPER HIGHWAY months from the tine of.the first pub I.'

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