Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00339
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00339
 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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wannee High School which ap- Hail Hits Beulah buarei freedom
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pears in detail on another page : Approve
of this issue should be thoroly w $ ..kx Nero Harmony AreaA Further Education
read and digested by the people sr Diagnostic Lab
'r of this county. Included in the sporadic hailstorm which
reports of the various committees hit the New Hannony-Beauth
i are facts as to the present condition :r For SuwanneeBoth area Wednesday of last week Speakers Urge
some predictions as to the damaged tobacco crops ranging
future as well as recommendations houses of the Florida Leg- from five to thirty per cent Suwannee High School'sClass
of '63 received its diplomas -
i as to what can and shouldbe islature last week approved a losses.
l done to correct current defici- $144,000 appropriation for build- According to County Agent in the Agricultural

enceS. *# ing and staffing an animal diag- Paul Crews the hail hit from Coliseum Monday evening

That anyone will agree with Y 6a.y s nostic laboratory in Suwannee 10 to 12 farms and damaged with all of the ceremony and
a6 between 35-40 acres of crops. solemnity appropriate t o
-It every recommendation is unlikely .x. County. .
-.;\ However, there is much that can t.k5f The vote in the Senate for the commencemnt rites.
and should be used to determine bill was unanimous while one oPposing Superintendent Everett Williamson -
what can be done within the pres- a t a +t vote was cast in the House Attorney Scores the student body president -
ent framework of revenue available c- of Representatives. The bill needs senior class president and
In studying this fine report ; i only the signature of the governorto both valedictorians made addresses -
1' one must keep in mind always e4' 2 become law.According Need ForProper Wills to the packed audience and 38
I that improvements cost money : : ii to County Agent awards were presented to teachers
) and that county funds at best I I Paul Crews the Board of County and students.
+ are meagre. Thus we must determine Commissioners have agreed to CounselErnest Williamson said he felt closerto
which of the improvements provide a 40-acre site on the this graduating class than most
are_vital and which should : county's airport properties for A. Sellers newly appointed of the others. "As long as we have
have priority.I locating the laboratory. The large club program chairman students like these seniors we
think patrons of the local This photo was taken before the debris and afterwards county and St. Regis heavy equipment I land area is necessary to properly last week underscored the impor- need not fear for the future of
_ school are indebted to those who rubble at the site of the burned Vocational Agriculture moved into the area and with the help of citizens isolate diseased animals that the tance of leaving a will and the i the world" he declared.
gave of their time and effort to Building at the Branford School. Shortly and maintenance personnel cleared the debris. laboratory will be testing Crews need for having an attorney draw The superintendent told the

make this'detailed study and subsequent explained. the document. audience that when you read and
_IL, reports. All were obviously At Branford SchoolCommunity Crews said the laboratory will Sellers explained that "you are think depressing thoughts about
motivated by a desire to see be equipped with all of the mod- the one person who is most familiar juvenile delinquency In the nation -
the school system of this county em and up-to-date facilities with your estate and prop- think too of these fine
the finest in the land. : Clears Fire Ruins needed to diagnose animal diseases erties and are the logical one to young men and women who are
this its distribution."
It is to be hoped that this will in county.He determine receiving diplomas here tonight.
not be the only survey made but explained that heretofore The speaker noted that a will "Think of your Creator too"
that similar groups will undertaketo Citizens the nearest diagnostic laboratoryto is simply a written instruction a he said. "God has been cognizant
analyze other schools of the County, Academic Service Awards Suwannee County livestock person may leave concerning disbursement of you and has provided for you
in Kissimmee. Anda of his possessions His
Because of good-
producers was upon accordingly.
In that
\ county. way we will be
'' able to develop a sound program Paper Company Suwannee Youths Honored At farmer could as well afford to his death. He added that in some ness, we are here tonight."
I ,for all schools of the county and lose several animals to some disease cases a considerable amount of More Education Needed
one that should last for to rather than spend the time money and inconvenience to heirs Williamson told the graduatesthey
years Clear Site
come. Help NFJC Convocation and money to carry his sick ani- may be avoided U the will is prop- had passed the first hurdle
_ CeremonyCharles mals to Kissimmee for diagnosis. erly drawn through the aid of in their education but they need-
There are many basic questionsthat Clearing the debris and
Crews continued. competent legal counsel.In ed more. He urged them to continue
should be answered before rubble from the site of the Green of Live Oak and Winston Conrad
Having a diagnostic laboratoryhere cases where there is no will their education in institu-
j final plans are adopted. It is fire-sacked Vocational Agri- Johnson were two of seven prospective graduates at will save a lot of livestock or a will that fails to conform tions of higher learning. '
hoped the school board,will be as culture Building at the Bran- North Florida Junior College] to receive academic awardsat as well as convenience producers. with the law. large portions ol He pointed out the need for the

)' ,needs diligent'land In remedies their as appraisal those of ,ford School became' a com- an honors-day convocation held at the.college last'week. Crews said. an estate may be wasted through "fear of the Lord", but he added?
were in developing needs committees :munity project. Charles':awards presented<<: in response to his ex- The, agent noted that this facility legal entanglements and squab- that merely to take the name Qf
current.COnditions. The mishap that occurred on cellent scholarship in the field of was asquired through the bUnt among heirs' over ,an equit- God on one's Ups and read thee
and Wednesday May 8,, forced the business. Winston received the efforts of Suwannee County's : able splitting of the estate. A Bible daily will not produce an<
I could not help but be impressed school to hold Saturday classesto Experiment Station I award for academic achievementin delegation to the legislature and properly drawn will would save education. It takes a lot of hard?
with the vast numbers of end the school year on sche- Slates Public TourThe science and social science. the Livestock Promotion Program this distasteful and expensive work, he emphasized. _
I ) small items that needed attention dule. But before the leveled ruins Students eligible for an acade- played an important part too he litigation Sellers ,pointed out. "All of us ask for you the blessings -
.that really 'fall into the categoryof stopped smoking a wholesale effort public is invited to joina mic award at the college must said.Crews The attorney emphasized that I of life and the best of the
maintenance. This has been had begun to get the area in tour of the Suwannee County make a 3.5 average in their sub- explained that Agricul- the law wur not allow a man to future" Williamson concluded.
something I have harped on for for rebuilding. Agricultural Experiment Station ture Commissioner Doyle Conner disinherit his wife. He does have
shape ject area and maintain a 3.0 ave- Student Body 'President Peat
years. The failure to have a definite According to Louis Berry school Thursday June 13, guided by rage overall. A 3.5 average is who is enthused about this project the right to disinherit his children Crapps cited the danger of world
_ I j and workable maintenance maintenance coordinator the Su University of Florida officials equivalent to an "A" average. went to bat for the labora- or other heirs but these communism that has infected
plan for county buildings has wannee Board of County Commis- and station personnel.The tory in Suwannee County with provisions must be specifically hundreds of millions of people
t. brought about such conditions.The sioners and St. Regis Paper Com- tour win cover the host Three Suwannee County youths testimony before the Legislature stated in the will. across the globe. He urged the
W r school board has taken pany moved heavy equipment and of experimental work being attending the college in Madison Appropriations Committee and If one of the children for example graduates to ever be on guard to
4 1 steps to avoid this in the future personnel to the scene and helped done at the Station includingtest received service awards. Both the Agriculture Committee. is left out of the will protect America's civil liberties _
_ and I think the maintenance pro- clear the area along with efforts plots of the various crops Joan Holmes and Evon Wads- Crews said the Commissionertold not mentioned the law pre- free speech press religion and
_ gram now in effect can and will on the part of local citizens. raised in Suwannee County. worth of Live Oak received these committees that the sumes that the deceased merely assembly.
help greatly in these minor de- Berry said the county board The tour sponsored by the awards in music. Carolyn Platt people in Suwannee County are forgot to include him. And he Protect America
received a service award in pub-
authorized the road superintendent Suwannee County Farm Bureau lications. interested in helping themselveswith would be given a share of the Peat recalled that the Soviet
I will be the first to admit thatI to use county equipment to is designed to encourage ingenuity and work and deserve estate equal to shares received by leader recently promised that the
do not have the answer as to help clear the debris.,Three piecesof farmers to take advantage of Students eligible for a service to get this facility. the other children Sellers said. grandchildren of this generation
what course the county should heavy equipment and operatorswere I the wealth of information com- award must have rendered out- of Americans will live under
follow to piled by this facility that be standing contributions to,. the
develop a fine school dispatched to the area to do can hammer and Sickle. Peat charged
system. However I think a pro- this job. Berry said. of direct benefit to them.A college be recommended by an Graham Owen President the; class with its responsibility
_ + gram can be developed by school In addition, Berry said that' supper will be served following instructor and approved by'Ihree- to educate its children and pro-
I officials working with community Leonard Herndon (now deceased), the tour,courtesy of the fourths of the faculty and admin- Branford Men's tect the American heritage
leaders that will point the way former district manager for St. Farm Bureau. istration. Only four nominees can Group Installs. against the threat of commun#+srn.
: to better school facilities. This is Regis also dispatched three pieces be entered from any one area. Jerry Cribbs: president of the

going, to be a slow process for of heavy equipment to the Joan has been a member of Officers Hears Annual senior class thanked the teachers -
wide divergencies of opinion are area for clearing work that lasted Board Discusses both chorus and band during her ReportsThe for their guidance and coun-
sure to crop up. into the night. two years at the college. Officials sel and told the class it would
Branford Area :Men's Club met : electeda
Until such time as a .firm pro- Berry also thanked Willie Bond said her enthusiastic interest and Monday, always be a part of Suwannee
gram of development and im- Thomas Branford town water Proposal, musical effectiveness have been new slate of officers for the coming year, and heard an- High. In addition he presented an
provement of major nature is superintendent and Tinker Flet- consistent and valuable. nual committee reports on the achievements of the club. award to Principal Ralph Hall..

i adopted I think major effort cher and his sons for their efforts Hires AttorneyThe Evon who musical ability is'attested Graham Owen was installed to succeed the outgoing Valedictorian Candy Hamptontold
should be devoted to clear the grounds classes president A. Jack Phillips. Other officers installed
to maintenance so by recent successes in mu- wereR. the seniors that their education -
and correction of minor def cl- could be resumed. Board of County Commis- sical competition has served as M. Chandler first vice presI- would never end. She urged
encies. To undertake a building Berry said this cooperationfrom sioners met Tuesday and discussed a vocalist with the college chorus dent in charge of programs; Gil- I tacts had been made during the that each of them attend college
j program prior to adoption of an the county St .Regis Townof the hiring of a fiscal agent to for two years and is currently a da Koon second vice president in effort of getting a boatworks if possible, and emphasised that
i overall school plan does not appear Branford and citizens enabled handle bond monies with a rep- vocalist with the band. Her appearances charge of membership; and W. S. I established. this night would end a chapterIn
to be the correct approach. the school maintenance departNo. resentative of the B. J. Vann with college groups Ware treasurer. Although the committee did their lives.Valedictorian. '

Coupled with what we would ( 1 Continued on Page 8) Ingen & Co. Inc., of Miami. and as an individual performerhave The office of secretary was referred i not work on the medical clinic Joanna Twkeriof
since it under the Health
I came
The last week
like to see in the way of new Legislature reflected credit to the col- back to the nominating told the seniors that in the world
i and Welfare Committee, it did
school buildings and facilities passed a special act authorizingthe lege. committee. Leonard Herndon, an they would shed tears, and toil aDd
i work with the other committee
_! there must be a fiscal plan that Loud Talk Sparks board' to issue monies revenue certificates Carolyn has served as circula- active member in the club had members to bring all necessary sweat; with endeavor. She added
to for
renovating -
fits into the ability of this coun- the Courthouse. These tion manager exchange editor been elected secretary but his details to procuring land for this that this class had spent 12 years
ty to meet. vacant. preparing and the world fe cfcai
tragic death left the post
Gunshot WoundA certificates would be paid back and typist on the Timuquana clinic to afford this communitywith
enging it to
use its
gift of
of silent Me
I recommend wholeheartedlythis through the use of race track Trailblazer staff. She also servedas The club held a moment the services of a doctor with- (No. 4 Continued "
fine report of the local PTAto "loud-talking" back porch funds allowed to the board by the co-chairman of the publications prayer for the Herndon family. out unnecessary delay. on Page 8)
_ the people of this county as a conversation among several Negro state. float for homecoming. And The officers were installed by The committee also helped obtain -
basis for determining where we men sparked an accidental shooting In other business the board she attended the Florida Junior J. L. McMullen of Live Oak own- a charter for the Boy Scout Branford Town
are to go in the future. I thinkwe Monday night in which a 69- voted to hire Alfred T. Airth to College Press Convention at the er and manager of McMullen Troop 90 in Branford.
owe it to the county to advise year-old Negro man was shot replace outgoing County AttorneyW. Univeristy of Florida. Food Bank. McMullen a trusteeof Hatch recommended that the
and support oUr school' officials through the side. 'J. (Dub) Winburn who resigned Bobby Mills of Live Oak vice the Florida Sheriffs Boys new office of president appointan Election LoomsTwo
; as they develop a plan for im- The man. Albert Williams who recently. Airth's 'appoint president of the student body Ranch is the past president of a aggressive and successful businessman

f provement. was shot by his wife Leenora ment as counsel for the board is presented Circle K Certificate number of state and' local organi- to be chosen chairmanof contested races for hip
_ S fS was not seriously injured as the effective June 4. I Awards to six area students at the zations. this committee for the next Branford City Council will be decided

r bullet passed, through the fleshy The board also hired G. B. Mc- honor day rites. The first committee report to fiscal year. In his opinion he Tuesday in a city-wide
To Install .
portion of his side. Lean as Civil Defense director. come before the club was pre- stated this was one of the most election.V. .
Officers At Banquet Sheriff Hugh Lewis who investigated McLean will replace E. W. Trus- sented by Leon Hatch chairmanof important jobs to be filled. Hatch M. Moses councilman from
r the shooting said that sell who died while serving in Lions To Sponsor the Business and Commercial also said that he personally Post No. 5, is opposed by Tome
The Live Oak Jaycees Installa- Williams was engaged in a conversation that capacity.The Committee. Hatch discussed his thought that the Town of Bran- Winter Jr. Prank R. Norris, councilman
tion of Officers Banquet will be with six other colored commission resolved to ,Public Fish FryThe I I committee's efforts to arrange ford should have some kind of from Post No. 4, drew 'opposition -
held Friday at the Gold Leaf men on his back porch w1en.Lee. close the county graded road Lions Club will sponsora and produce a brochure about zoning law and restrictions set up from R. M. Bjyant.
_ Restaurant at 8 pjn. with Dis- nora appeared on' the scene witha through the county's airport pro- fish fry at the Agricultural this area and told the club the under workable and intelligent One councilman j. R. FWe -
trict Vice President R. A. Greenof loaded pistol and ordered the perty located approximately one Coliseum Thursday. June 6, publication is being' prepared.In building code, and he hoped that er of Post NO. 3, and the town
I Lake City serving as installing group to "hush talking ,or I'm and one-half miles west of Live from 5-8 p.m. and the publicis addition his committee was the Town Council would see fit to clerk Mrs. Lois Williams ,wiu
officer. All Jaycees and their going to shoot"According Oak on U. S. 90 on the south side invited. represented at the meeting of the do something regarding this mat seek re-election without o-
ladies are invited and urged to to Lewis witnesses of the highway. The board votedto The price for all the ,mullet Florida Crown Council Chamberin ter in the near future since it is tIon.Voters
attend. testified 'that she raised the gun close the road since it crosses that yon can eat is one dollar High Springs on May 17.: It vital to the interests of the com- may continue to,register
The Outstanding Young Man and it ,went off. wounding her the site of the proposed air strip 'for adults, 50 cents for children. was instrumental in having the munity. until 5 p.m. friday when the
and the Outstanding Young husband in the side. Investigation that is to be constructed 'as soon The proceeds from the fish fry boat plant opened for a' short Marion Parker chairman of registration books will dose. The
Farmer Awards'will be,presentedat concluded that the shooting was as federal funds are released for win go to the various charities operation and while the operationdid the Health and Welfare Commit- polls will open at the Town Hail
the. -banquet- "'- an...acddent.." the sheriff.said. (No. 2 Continued on Page 8) supported by the Lions. not continue valuable con- (Ne. 3 Continued'on Page 8)).' Tuesday from 8 ajn. to 7 p.m.F .




J ''In The Heart Of The Suwannee River Vattey" rw
BANNER Consolidated LEADER I Farm Congressman Don Fuqua

Established :1834 August 2, 1897 Established 1888
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street k. Suwannee County Another Success In Space I Capitol. There are a number of
This nation was thrilled by the factors involved, but one of them,
i Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher FrontBy successful 22-orbit flight of Air in my opinion arises from the

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor : Force Major L. Gordon Cooper. lack of authoritative discipline in

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor .. This was the fifth successful the public schools of Washington,

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising, Manager I 1923-1938-1953 manned space flight by these D. C.
Second-(2ass.Postage Paid-At Live Oak. Florida Doyle E.' "" United States, carried on in full Two bills were recently passedby
a SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee $3.00 ConnerProspects view of the world.A the House looking for the correction -
; County From The Files Of The tremendous welcome given of
.RATES ,Outside Suwannee.County $3.50 y, was this problem, with the
are mighty good for .. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT here in Washington D. C. for hope that crime among the youthof
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance another material increase soon in Major Cooper and his family following this city may be drastically
Florida's acreage planted to SUg- I his flight. He spoke to a reduced.

MEMBER OFFlorida ? ar cane. A world shortage and Years joint session of Congress on One! is a pupil suspension bill
Forty Ago
/xjWAnnci sharply higher prices are in the - 1923a Tuesday. May 21. following a reception which amends the D. C. code to

Press AssociationW COUNTY news. The district agricultural agent home and will move theretoas by the President at the permit suspension or dismissal of

R In the past couple of years, and County Agent Matthews investigated soon as he gets possession the White House. unruly pupils and the other is the
( SUWANNEE COUNTY Florida cane plantings in the area the cotton crop yester- house at present being occupiedby Like my colleague CongressmanD. School Discipline Bill which am-
Chamber of CommerceCOMMERCE around the southern shore of Lake day and found a great infestationof Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Ellis. R. (Billy) Matthews, I like to ends the D. C. code to permit
' JJ Okeechobee jumped from 55,000to boll, weevils. Weather condi- compare our fine young astronautto principals and teachers in the

J 140,000 acres. The number of tions have been favorable to their Dr. A. D. Young, who has been the Russians. Here we find a District of Columbia to use reasonable -

Challenges Of The Future sugar mills there increased from spread, and if the farmers planto connected with the United States young man like Gordon Cooper force in maintaining order -
3 to 12, and production capacityfor -get any cotton this year they Veterans Hospital in Lake City who is physically mentally and in the schools.
This week marks milestone in the lives
a significant raw sugar has been upped must treat with calcium arsenate. for the past year as an eye, ear, spiritually sound competent in Until we bring some order out
of the young men and women who will receive their di- from 150,000 to about 400,000 tonsa nose and throat specialist has knowledge of the most compli- of the chaos in the schools of the

plomas from Suwannee schools. Most of them will sensea year. had the severed his connection with the cated scientific processes knownby district I do not think we are
freedom from the imaginary shackles of adolesence, a Before the big freeze last December first Mike home on the comer melons of the government service and has located man. and possessed of deep going to make much headway in

taste of accomplishment, and perhaps a wave of nostalgiafor it looked as if employ- season for grown sale yesterday. The in Live Oak for the practiceof spiritual resources. With men like the mounting crime rate. This

what for them has been a way of life for 12 years. ment in our greatly expanded melons were not large but they his profession.A these we have no need to fear will be an effective start in my

We congratulate these graduates. And we heartily sugar industry would range from were soon sold out. the future. opinion and I supported these
join with- their parents and friends in extending to them 12,000 to 15,000 with a total an- deal was closed recently One of my duties as a memberof measures.
our sincere thanks for their accomplishment. These nual payroll expansion of some whereby George Dexter became the Congress is to serve on the Sugar Prices Rise Sharply
and 10 million dollars. A couple of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Helvenston sole owner of the Studebaker agency Science & Astronautics Committee The sharp rise in the price ,of
young men women are charged with the responsi-
years ago employment ,was in the Jr. have bought the home of Mr. in this city having bought which is in charge of our sugar on the domestic market is
bility representing the whole its its
community, hopes, neighborhood of 3,500. and Mrs. F. D. Helvenston on CoLlege the interest of F. D. Helvenston.Mr. space program. I had occasion to cause for concern. Particularlydoes
intellect,and the core of its ambition. Today the world sugar situation Street and will occupy same. Helvenston has been very talk with Major Cooper while he this affect the housewiveswho
The challenges that face these graduates are more com- is boiling. The market is ris- Another important real estate successful in the agency here and was in Washington and was deeply now are in the process of doing -

plex than ever before. We live in a rapidlychangingworld ing sharply. No one knows what's deal is the purchase of the Floyd his only reason for selling was to impressed with his remarks a great deal of canning, and
that has leaped from bicycles and horses to outer going to happen to prices from property on Ohio Avenue by T. J. take on the Studebaker agency in regarding the necessity for the the situation is a serious one.

space in less than a century. day to day except it looks like Hackney, the papers being signedup Waycross and with Mrs. Helven- continued development of this We have called on Congressman

Suwannee County, and indeed, the whole country, they are going to continue climb- at the court house today. I I ston, he will leave for that city nation's space technology for justas Wright Pattman of Texas chair-
cries for the best in young minds. The future will requireeven ing for a while. People in the industry Hackney bought the property as tomorrow. the oceans posed a new world man of the Banking & Currency -

more rigorous training, more education than ever know there's a world short- for Columbus so does space posea Committee, to make a com
before. This is an age of atomic energy and international age, but the details are obscure.To Twenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 new era for those of us in the plete investigation of the sugar

politics. The battleground is the universe and the banneris One of the largest real estate lashing a unit here. mid-twentieth century. price increase and expect that a
blessed its
Florida by
geo- thorough Congressional investigation -
freedom. assure adequate supplies for deals transacted here in recent
our increasing American population months saw the large 200-acre Cadet Charles Frederick Green, graphical position, will see some will be held in this session
The freedoms this nation not i
enjoys were won easily. three hundred million dollars
the U. S. Department of Ag- farm known as the Poteat Place son of Mr. and :Mrs. Fred J. Names For Newsletters
They were earned and maintained through the "blood, riculture has moved recently to passed from ownership of County Green, was one of 165 cadets from spent in the state in the next year Through the medium of this
sweat and tears" of past generations. And it becomes the boost quotas and remove acreage Judge Mack H. Padgett to R. W. 125 states and foreign countries on space programs. Space has newsletter we plan to record our
responsibility of each generation to continue to preserve restrictions. It raised total quotasby Guthrie of Terra Alta, West Vir- graduating from Riverside Military now joined our great agriculture, activities in the Congress and ex-

what so many have died for. 600,000 tons to a total of 10- ginia. Academy at Gainesville, Ga., tourist and industry economiesas press our opinions regarding the
White crosses, unmarked graves in foreign soil en- 400.000 for the current year. Later Included in the deal closed with Monday at the 30th annual com- a vital force in the develop- issues which come before the Con-
ment of Florida.
tomb the war-ravaged bodies of courageous young men it announced there will be no Judge Padgett were mules, farm mencement exercises of the gress.A .
Tobacco Bill
who paid the highest price in the name of freedom. They acreage restrictions imposed on implements and the corn crop in school. ProgressesMy large number of our friends
were not unlike the young men who will graduate here the 1964 crop in the mainlandcane cultivation. The farm Js locatedon bill to provide for the con- have been kind enough to send us
tinued lease and
of areas of Florida and Louisi- State Road 1, a short distance Watermelon shipments from transfer of tobacco the names and addresses of additional
know that
this week. We know and more
you many has now passed the full
in the district
from Blue's Lodge. this county during the past week persons
our young people may be called upon to follw a long line ana.At the same time, proportionateshares were light with about 12 cars Agriculture Committee and will that they felt would be interested
of Americans who have shed their blood for their country. of the 1963 crop in both loaded up to noon Thursday. The now go to the House for adoption. in receiving this newsletter. This
Many of our graduates will go on to college to broaden Florida and Louisiana were res- I Dr. Irby H. Black graduate of quality of the melons is said to This bill continues the program we very much appreciate.We .
their minds and horizions. This country desperatelyneeds cinded, but this action comes too Johns Hopkins University and native be extra good although they are whereby farmers are allowed to would like to again ask that
trained young minds who can spark its economic late to have effect on increasing i of Columbia S. C., will begin small in size.Rotarians lease several small acreages and if you know of anyone that you
the of medicine here
growth and development. We are counting on them to output at this time. practice combine them into one economi- feel might be interested in receiving -
in the near future. He has rented
and enthusiasm helpingthis knows right what at their session Mon- cally sound plot. this twice-monthly report
spend some of their knowledge No one now office space upstairs in the Airth
community to grow. the increase will amount to in day continued a discussion of This program has proven to be from Washington, we would cer-
and is
Building now arranginghis
for the 1964 things needed to make Live Oaka tremendously popular with our tobacco tainly appreciate your sending us
Others will not be going to college, but will be settling plantings office for practice.J. farmers has
but one industry official better place in which to live. and meant a their names and addresses.
down to responsibility of life. They will become adult crop
: great-deal to tobacco
our producing Classes Visit Washington
expressed the opinion it probably Alfred Airth suggested' a four-
citizens of the community, raise families and make their win be fairly large. That crop L. McMullen was named regional fold plan that would provide sta- section's economy. This bill Recently we had the pleasure
contributions to society. And the challenge of the futureis for which planting will soon get vice president of the Florida bility to real estate values if adop- would extend this program for the of greeting lour classes of students -
no less,theirs. underway will be harvested in Junior Chamber of Commerceat ted as one method of permanent next two years, 1964 and 1965.I from the district as they
The challenges are great, but the horizons are brighter the 1964-65 season. the annual convention in..Miami improvement.He. feel confident of its passage in visited Washington.We .
than ever, before. Technological advances have today last week end. He will serve -advicated the passage of a the Congress. were most happy to have

given man the highest standard of living ever known in Three of our newest sugar mill as leader for the district embrac- zoning ordinance and of a reason- District School LegislationThis the chance to greet the students
ing all counties west and northof great and beautiful Capi- from Suwannee High School of
conveniences far able building code and strict
the world. Working people can enjoy ventureshave been having tough enforcement -
tal City of nation has in
Suwannee County. come Live Oak Chapman High Schoolof
superior to the aristocracy of 50 years ago. sledding. One large outfit and of sanitary ordinancesnow
McMullen some widespread criticism in
is chairman of the Apalachicola, Crawfordville
there is dark side of the another medium-sized one lost on the books as well as a revival -
Unfortunately, though, a local Jaycee. group and was one of recent years as the result of the High School of Crawfordville, and
in the De- inspection as
their entire
world where men, women and children are hungry. They crop small of the leading workers in estab- called for by ordinance. increasing crime rate here. And Shadeville High School of Wa-
cember freeze. The third, a
hunger for political, economic and religious nourishment. this crime rate is a serious and kulla County.It .
And there will be unrest and turmoil in the world until this outfit, was able its to save only about Ten Years Ago -- - 1953on startling problem.We is always a pleasure to have

hunger is satisfied. It becomes the obligation of Americato 20 The per crop cent of losses crop.were suffered I Thomas D. Bailey state super- WMBR-TV recently. have reports of the worst these students visit here, and a

educate and nourish peoples of the world, rather than mostly on more recently planted intendent of public instruction, After the broadcast so many types of acts of violence on streets double pleasure for us to be able-

indoctrinate or stifle them. Herein is another challenge "cold land" some distance from gave a stirring commencement people called in to say they I within sight of the dome of the to greet them.

to our youth. the warmer area close to Lake address to the largest Suwannee thought Gaskins should have won,
The young men and women who graduated here this Okeechobee. It is possible that research High School graduating class in a check was made and it was STUMP
week will participate in the decisions that will determine will develop cold-resistant history here in the school audi- found that he should have been BROS.

America's solution to the vast problems that face her. strains of cane that can surviveon torium Monday. the winner, although he was not VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

Soon, these graduates will be of voting age, and will joinin the mucklands which are distant Ninety-seven seniors received announced the winner during the BUILDING
high diplomas.
from the tempering influenceof program.
business of federal state and local representatives -
the electing class exceeded the previous all-

who by virtue of approval of the people will In the the big meantime lake. both the pro time high of 87 set in 1952 a year Police Chief Perman Foy announced Westinghouse Built in Oven
steer this country. Perhaps some of the seniors who received duction and consuming industriesare ago, *T. A. Delegal supervising yesterday that Elwood

diplomas here Monday will be among them. scratching their heads tryingto principal, said. Henry M. Folsom Howard, former sheriff's deputy in
and Cook
To the graduates, we would say that life will give chart their courses for future superintendent of public instruc- the Sim P. Howell administration, Top ..................$192.36
back in full measure what you put into it. Industry and operations. Candy and soft drink tion, awarded the diplomas. will be employed by the city police
initiative will be rewarded with a wealth of life if you manufacturers especially face the Valedictorian of the class was force on a temporary appointment 36" Attic Fan W/Shutter. 72.00
to to society to assist Mary Elizabeth Crapps, daughterof during the months. .
are :willing accept your: responsibilities prospects of adjusting prices upward summer
in the never-ending struggle against pain, poverty, in- or taking other steps to Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Crapps of Atlas Attic

justice and inhumanity.The save their profit margins.The Live Oak. James Marvin Bran- Ten 4-H girls] of Suwannee Stairway.......... 18.00
beforein big Hershey Chocolate non, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. County all chosen on a merit
challenges face are greater than ever
the history of the you world. To each of you go our' best Company is reported to be study- Brannon of Live Oak was named basis, will attend the annualgirls' Window Burglar Guards 5.90
salutatorian.Lee .
ing the possibility of cutting the 4-H short course at Florida
wishes.for the future. May life'be, good to you, and may
size of chocolate bars because State University next week.
enjoy it to the fullest. We hope you will invest into 2-0x6-8 Door
you Richard (Dick) Mahy 4.75
cocoa prices too, have been ris- Flowers The girls are Fredna Haas,
lifetime of service to community ..............
the future a yourself, your ing. former University of Alabama star Glenda Lee Fletcher Ella Parker -

your country and your God. football player and line coach at Nancee Bass Marcelene Pre- 2-8x6-8 Screen Door 5.99

We congratulate each of you in this your hour of accomplishment As this is written July futuresfor Louisiana State University signeda vatt Betty Ann Thomas, SelmaJ. ............
with full knowledge that you will be more raw sugar are averaging about contract as head coach at Su- Meddlers. June Long Dixie
than able to meet the challenge of the future. 13& cents a pound. A retailer wannee High School at a meeting Rowand, and Mary George. 2-8x4-6 AluminumVindow
of the school board here
reports selling 5 pounds of
sugar at 87 cents and making a Tuesday. Ottis Brown owner of Ottis Screen 2.56
Careful Parole Makes Good Sense mighty small profit, whereas ten Homer (Bill) Sexton another Brown Tractor and Implement ..................................

The Florida Parole Commission is playing a com- day ago it was around 60 odd Alabama athlete and professional Company was elected president of

mendable part in the enlightened effort to rehabilitateand cents and his profit was good.A baseball player was signed asFlowers' here the Live Oak Quarterback Club 3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet.... 6.70
assistant. Thursday and Ed Bruner
report from London
train law-violators to become useful and selfsupporting says
was elected vice
citizens. And'the work of the commission offers the housewives to get sugar there but are I didn't queuing note up James Hanna's resignation as president.. 1/4 BD Plywood-Sheet .... 2.35
state the most effective and economical method known
that it is being rationed. supervisor of schools in Suwannee "We lay too many mistakes off
for handling 60 per cent of its convicted felons. Some sugar men are wondering County was accepted by the on parents," says old Skinflint. Prefinished Plywood ._-
The cost of parole is about one tenth the cost of if Moscow skullduggery is influ- school board in a special meeting "Some children we know for in-

keeping prisoners confined. The Parole Commission can encing the world market. The So- Friday and William M. Odom was stance."

provide supervision and control over- selected offendersat viets have been taking sugar from employed as his successor.J. Mahy..... 4.80 Birch..... 7.25

a cost of about 40 cents per day per person. The cost Cuba at 4 cents a pound. They sell Florida is a leading state in
of maintaining a prisoner in confinement is computed at it to their own people at nearly K. (Kirk) Gaskins is to get commercial tree-farm acreage, Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet. 1.40
an expense-paid trip to New Yorkas .
$3.25 per day. 12 times that figure and can sell with 6.000,000 acres under certi-
In Suwannee alone the commission supervises all they care to on the world a result of his appearance on fied tree farm management.
33 probationers and 10 parolees, at the present time. This market at 8 cents a pound or bet- the Cinderella Weekend programthe Oak Flooring No. 1 Com M 185.00

alone pays for the supervision and allows a savings to the ter.You've A fire tower operated by the
probably been reading 4-cent figure in return for Florida Forest Service in good 15 Ib. Felt 2.15
taxpayers.The about the Cuban crop situation.It's some cash and the bulk in arms visibility can cover approximately ..............................
Parole Commission works with
hand-in-glove down this year to a tenyearlow. and such at highly inflated prices.It 150,060 acres, nearly 200 square
criminal court judges in a unified effort to cope withFlorida's Observers note that practi- deal for miles. Key-In-Knob Locks 4.25
looks like a sweet
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increasing prison population. In their aim toward cally the entire output must go Moscow but a mighty sour one .

rehabilitation) judges start the process early, relyingon to the Communist countries at for Castro. Going in debt for a vacation Light Bulbs

pre-sentence. investigations, and indeterminate sen- dates back a long time. Even old ea .................... 20

tences to carry out their,share of the ,unified effort. The contrast, about 70 per cent <>f prisoners discharged with- Columbus went looking for the

Commission accomplishes its part by careful screening out parole restrictions comm lit serious crimes and return new world on .credit.. No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum

and,post-release control._ to prison, to be supported ag ain by the state.
Even, with its limited resources to date, the Com- Judging by its past pe:rformance, the Parole Com- ida's Pine trees planted since Flor- Awning Window ea. 15.95
reforestation program beganin ......
missioiUv&s, established a remarkable record. In 21 years, mission is an investment in g Dod<: management and.savings 1928 with those seedlings ,

it.haareleased; 13,350:prisoners. More..than. 80 percent of-tajx dollars. It deserves tl be! support the ,public and spaced-eight feet apart would Se. Us For All Your
'of-them, have, become, useful, lawabidingcitizens.: In public officials. girdle the globe .0.times. Building Needs



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News From Branford LIVESTOCK REPORTBy i

4 Florida State Marketing Bureau

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BY MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Cattle and calf trading at the calves weighing between 136-249

Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- pounds sold from $24-$26.5Q.
, f Traffic jams are a morn ket Wednesday May 29. climbedto Hog Sales

FFA Members I Betas Install Officers, I i Strawder Enjoys ing routine and in busiest the large spot 1 cS'in 112 over last week's 94 while Hog sales dropped from last
family hog sales continued to slump. week's 315 to 260 at this sale.
Induct New Members the house is. of course ,
According to George C. Averyof Mixed grades of 180-210 pock

Advisor To Attend The Beta Club at Branford 84th Birthday the The bathroom.big family with neither o the Florida State Marketing gilts and barrows brought $16.76
School Tuesday, May 21,
High need Bureau trading was active with per hundred pounds. 210-)49
room nor money
State ConventionFifteen inducted: four new members into Reunion DinnerC. ed to install a second bath: demand good for all classes par- pounds $16.70. 240-270>> pounds

the club and installed David room can solve a part of .:i ticularly lightweight stockers. $16. 160-180 pounds $16. 140-169
t I Moore president and a slate of the problem by compart- Y Slaughter cows were strong while pounds $15.35. 120-140 pounds
Branford membersand H. Strawder of O'Brien celebrated -
FFA officers for 1963-64 at an Impressive mentizing This highsounding other classes were too few in one 1520. 100-120 pounds $15.80. and
their advisor. Wilson Suggs his eighty-fourth birthday
Key Ceremony. word simply means or both weeks to establish a price 80-100 pounds $15.
will attend the State FFA Con- Sunday with a family reunion and
' Other officers installed to placing bathroom fixtures Din trend he said.Feederstocker. Sows weighing between 180-409
vention to be held in Daytona serve with David were Suzanne dinner. separate recesses or steers were pounds sold from $13.56-$14.49.
; Beach June 11-14. Strawder has six living children =-
Murray, vice president; Bren- compartments.For 400-600
strong. Avery said while heifers pound sows brought $11.-
f Delegates from the Branford da Terry, secretary-treasurer; 28 grandchildren and 45 example the tub- were few and cows virtually absent 85-S12.35. Boars continued to Mil

Chapter are John Barnett CareyLee Voncille Goolsby, reporter; and great-grandchildren. shower can be placed in one recess project or included in plans for from the run. He noted that at $7.
Jerry Scarborough and Ray- Approximately 40 guests were in another and new construction. In older houses
Pat Parker, student council the lavatory calves weighing between 250-500 One lot of medium feeder plga
mond Smith Hoyt Koon Star representative.Linda present to participate in the cele- the water closet in a third. Thus where rooms halls and closetsare pounds were steady to weak while weighing under 60 pounds brought

Greenhand of the chapter will Hudson, last year'spresident brating of his birthday. They three persons may use the facilities large but variations there aren't of the enough lighter calves were strong. $16. A few lots of good weighing
also be a delegate sponsored by were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Harn- maximum bathrooms
of the club installedthe at once each bath be desira Avery said that feederstockersmade between 90-120 pounds brought
the Suwannee County: Farm Bu new officers. age. Pat Homage, Pat Harnage privacy. This helps keep traffic in ble. Modern plans include placing up 69 per cent of the run $17 and one sow with 9 pigs said

reau.James'. New members inducted into Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McMullen. Miss the home moving smoothly.Compartmentizing showers in compartments away while calves being 38 per cent of for $65 for the lot.

Cranford will participatein the club were Peggy Ware, Linda McMullen Martha Jo Dal- can be the from bathroom and installing lavatories the total. a .
the State Harmonica Conteston ton Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Powell
Cathy' Chandler, Sandra Hatch focal point of a modernization in bedrooms. Standard slaughter steers sold
Wednesday. He will be rep- and Karen Collins. and Toney Powell all of Moul- from $20-$21.75 per hundred The number of new animal

resenting District Three. trie Ga.; species discovered each year averages -
pounds and high-cutter to ave
David Allen,and Harmon Suggs ,Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hickman Kelly Elected Head perhaps 50 mammals lee
Branford rage-utility steers brought $16-
will receive State Farmer Degrees Mrs. Godwin Hosts and family of Albany. Ga., Mr. fish 15 birds and 5.000 insects.
' $17.25. High-utility and standard
in an Impressive ceremony Thursday and Mrs. Lawrence Strawder of Of Student CouncilThe .
heifers sold from $19$21.50.A .
June 13. The state degree Branford WSCS MeetThe Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. C. H. PersonalsDr. School
Branford High few utility cows brought
Venezuela is the world's
',, is the highest degree conferredby regular meeting of the Strawder Jr. and family of Wa- largestoil
Ernest Kelly
student body chose
$16.25-$16.75. cutters sold from
exporter. production it
the state Branford Women's of and
association on a Society basso Mr. Mrs.' Ralph Finley
in a recent election to serve as $13-$15.25 and canners brought third after the United States and
and Mrs. John Philpot of
member.All Christian Service met at the home and family of Tifton Ga.. Mr.
president of the Student Council
sessions of the state convention of Mrs. Pat Godwin, May 28, with and Mrs. Herbert Fulgrum and Jacksonville and Dr. Thomas Phil- 196364. $12-$14. Soviet Union.
One commercial bull traded for
will be held in the Pea- the president Mrs. Wilson Suggs family of Adel Ga., Mr. and Mrs. pot of Gainesville attended the with Ernest
Elected to serve $19.75 while cutter and utility (Office Supplies at Crimea's)
body Auditorium. The chapter presiding.The Wilson Suggs and family Mrs. graduation exercises here Thurs-
Cary Lee vice president; bulls
were sold from utili-
' $16-$18. One
extends an invitation to anyone meeting was opened with Oviela Fletcher Rev. Anderson of day night and visited with rela- Linda
Hawkins secretarytreasurer ty calf sold for $18.
that would like to attend. the con- prayer by Mrs. Doris Ware. The O'Brien, Tommy Wels of Jacksonville tives.Miss ; Linda Faye Watson, editor Good feeder-stocker steers
vention. secretary Mrs. Bob Bell read the and Mrs. Mary Luzo of Loy Ann Cribbs visited her USE
of the annual Phyllis Koon
minutes of the previous meeting Tifton Ga.. sister of C. H. Straw- parents :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ; brought $10.75-$24.75 mediums
which were approved by the der Sr Cribbs. last week and attended the business manager of an- brought $19-$22.50 and a few inferior -
8th Grade FUCO
Picnics At nual; and Sandra Mclnnis and commons traded from
group. graduation exercises of her brother -
Little River SpringsThe After the business meeting a Montgomery Cribbs.Mr. editor of the.Spotlight.. $14.75-$17. Common and medium
Dorsetts Honor L. W. and heifers sold from $17-$20. The 1 Brand
eighth grade class of Branford very interesting and informative and Mrs. Hardy
few cows that were sold failed to
t High School enjoyed a swim- program on "Why Missions?" was son left Friday for Covington Commissioned :
ming party and hamburger fry presented by Mrs. Julia Owen. I I Ga., to visit relatives.Mr. \ represent and grade.
Graduates InsecticideFOR
Thursday May 30, at Little River She gave an, account of the Old BBS and Mrs. W. B. Thomas James W. Smith of Live Oak is Good and choice calves weigh-
Springs.The Testament Witnesses and the New I I and Joann visited Mr. and Mrs. one of 19 ROTC members of Stet- ing between 250-500 pounds

class held its graduation Testament Missionaries.After The seniors of Branford High Charles Thomas and son in son University's graduating: class brought $22-$24.75. mediums sold
School were honored with a reception who received second lieutenant's from $19-$23.75 and inferiorsand
a -
exercises Thursday morning in the the program refresh- Sunday. remained BEST RESULTS
Thursday after gradua- commission in the U. S. Ar- commons brought $17-$20.25.
high school gymnasium after ments of punch and cake were for an extended visit.
which they left for Little River. served by the hostess to the following tion exercises.Mr. Mrs. Tom Minter spent a few my Reserve and a commission in i Common medium and low-good
T. L. Dorsetts
About forty 8th graders attended. : Mrs. Doris Ware Mrs. and Mrs. days last week in Thomasville. the regular Army at commence-

'i The class would like to take Doris Parker Mrs. Frances Ross. home on the Live Oak road was Ga. .with her mother who under- ment ceremonies Sunday. .-.
the setting for the reception. The '" ..
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this opportunity to express their Mrs. Duida Fletcher Mrs. Wilson decoratedwith went eye surgery. FREE
Suggs Mrs. Bob Bell, Mrs. Julia home was Mrs. E. E. Hatfield and chil-
appreciation to Mr. Murray Mr.
arrangements white From two to five thousand rat- 24-HOUR
Kelly Mrs. Jo Byrd and all the Owen and Mrs. Butler. and Two serving dren of Tallahassee and Mr. and tlesnakes are purchased each year m. "' ,
gladioli mums. OXYGEN EQUIPPED
mothers that assisted them. Art Calhoun of Cocoa Beach
by Ross Allen's Reptile Instituteat
tables used. The table on
were visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dorsett ) ,
covered with white I Florida's Silver Springs. Ambulance I ServicePhone
the patio was a .,
Card Oft ThanksWe and family over the week end. ':'t:
Magnolia Baptist Sets cloth and held a punch bowl and
Pasco Jones is
would like to express our a patient in a
Annual Homecoming appreciation and thanks to the the covered dining with room a table white was cutwork also Lake City hospital. having suffered LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZING.DISCING 362-3333

The Magnolia Baptist Church ones who remembered me with bowl. a heart attack last week.
five miles south of Branford on prayers cards, letters flowers cloth and also held a punch mints were Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Daughtryand t.

U. S. 129 will have its annual gifts of love and concern duringmy Cake punch and family of Lake City visited Small or Large Areas
cake were
homecoming Sunday. June 9. at St. Vincent's Hospital. served. The squares Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch Sun-
stay in _
iced in white and decorated CALL
day afternoon.Mrs. JAMES B. DANIELS
All day services will be conducted May God bless each and every-
I with dinner at the church following one of you in our daily prayers. pink and green. Lois Williams Mrs.: Vera FUNERAL HOME
Mrs. Inez Hudson and Mrs. Os- Moses H. G. TURNERNight
the morning worship hour Mrs. Louise McMullenand Mrs. Florence Buchanan
car Munch poured punch. Assist- East Howard St.
and Shirley Buchannan 963.2751
and singing: In the afternoon. family were

'R 'The public is Invited. I' (Paid Notice) __ I ing Lloyd with Cribbs the reception Mrs.' Charles were Crisp.Mrs. Friday.business visitors in Jacksonville' Day or 963-2373 writeP. J. B. DANIELS L.F.D.S. .

Mrs. Art Calhoun. and Mrs. E. E. C. BASS, JR. eS
Hartsfield. O. Box 475 '
Monday. From 7-11 pan. on both I' EMERT POTEET
nights will be teenville. -...
Branford School Sets

Recreation Program

Summer recreation for the chil-

LP GAS-TANKS-APPLIANCES dren in the Branford area will ..
begin Monday with the entire
SE.EARTHUR program slated to be conductedat

the school.A .
' wider variety of activities will 1

CROWE be included for the younger chil-

dren during this summer pro-

ATGREEN'S gram. Parents are urged to en-

courage their children to attend. ..,
Mrs. Martha Johnson will be in

> FUELIN charge.
The summer schedule is as follows -

: Monday from 8-10 ajn., c 2yt

LIVE OAKWe ages 3-7 trampoline and tumbling -

arts and crafts story hour; :w

10 am. to 12 noon ages 8-12. _

Can Serve You Better More Economically badminton trampoline and tumbling -

a crafts; 7-11 pm., teenville.

Tuesday 8-10 a.m., study group
for all ages.Wednesday. .
1 same as Monday .
except from 7-11 pjn. will be for ;

adult recreation. ,;
f Thursday 8-10 ajn., study

group for all ages; 7-11 pm.,

( p6 f AST HtiWAID5Um LIVE OAK, KA teenville trampoline. J

I II Friday and Saturday same as .. ii- r

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I mighty when you've got Corvair's gutty six and rearengine is air cooled. No concern about brake adjust;
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; engine traction working on them. ments,'either, because the brakes adjjotfc ..

You scurry up the meanest grades. themselves. Nothing much to think
You move with sure-footed agility on about at all except the good time you're

a rk ; wet pavement, muddy lanes, gravel and r having.
other would-be miseries. CHEVROLET like to do that in a sporty bucket- .

And with most of Corvair's weight seated Monza Club Coupe or Convertible

I : on the rear wheels, you have easy steer ? Like to spring into summer with '

.' ing, too. Fact i is, the handling's so light a 4-speed!: stick shift and Spyder package
with its 150-hp Turbocharged
k and responsive we don't even offer
: power steering for the car. engine? Your dealer's got just the

And there's more to feel good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal

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I .', THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963

I i Rivers, Harbors Congress Honors Florida SenatorTwo I WEATHER Advent Christian Sets Vacation.Bible School I Hammurabi Under the anyone 2100 B.giving C. Code short of

FORECASTThe Vacation Bible School at the problems. This class will be especially weight to .a customer was pun-
significant natio awards, service award by the Americansfor Senator Holland has strongly Advent Christian Church has helpful to those who wanta ished by drowning.

are being presented only two Constitutional Action. backed are the Intracoastal Wat- 30. day Agricultural grown up. richer fuller life and to those .

I weeks apart to Florida's senior Rear Adm. Ben Moreell (NSU erway from Trenton N. J., to Miami Weather Outlook for South The traditional school for children who are trying to help persons Yawning is usually the act of a

Senator Spessard L. Holland, Ret.) made the presentation for and the proposed deepeningof Georgia Southeast Alabama has developed into the Chris- with personal problems, accordingto person who inadvertently opens

<< adding to ,the 33 others previously the ACA group. Three Florida the Fort Pierce-Miami portion and Northwest Florida issued by tian Family Bible Conference and Pastor Melvin. his mouth when he wishes others

conferred on him. members of the House and seven from 10 feet to 12 feet: extension I .the Advisory Agricultural Meteorologist will be held June 10 through 14, The Christian Family Bible would shut theirs.
j : He is to receive the George other Southern Senators were of the Intracoastal Waterway U. S. Weather Bateau Monday through Friday from 7 Conference is not only for the .

Washington Memorial Award of among those similarly honored. from Miami to Key West; flood Agricultural Service Office to 9 pjn. church membership but is open to Pitcher Dick Farrell of the

the National Rivers and Harbors The National Rivers and Har- control and water conservationin Tifton Ga. June 3, 1963, The conference makes provis all interested persons in the com-I Houston Colts struck out 204 Na-

Congress on June 7 at a ceremony bors Congress made Senator Hol- Central and Southern Florida; for the month of June.TEMPERATURES munity. I
ions for every member of the tional League batters in 242 innings -
) in Washington. Two weeks earlier land the unanimous choice for its a better water supply, by a salt during the family, according to an announce- last season.

he was presented a distinguished award because of the Senator's water conversion plant and by next 30 days will average near ment made by the SuperintendentJohn .
support of "adequate orderly and aqueduct for the Florida Keys the normal for June. Dally Mrs. Smuts Circle
Smith The will Include
j and West deepening and mean temperatures are expectedto program (Office Supplies at McCrimon's:
prudent development of the use Key ; Bible fttorle. muck, hand- Hostess MondayCircle
Wildlife Service To the channel and 80 degrees with
control and conservation of the widening sea average near
craft, refreshment, and recreation Two of the WSCS of the
nation's water resources" More- enlarging Miami's harbor to make highest temperatures averagingbetween UTIIE PILES
:Hear Raccoon First Methodist Church held their
said. possible the use of Dade County'snew 88 and 93 while low "
J "What The Bible Ba)'* a first meeting of thenew church
I The Suwannee County Farm Among a number of projects 20 million dollar (ultimately temperatures average between or SAWDUST
course of Bible study for teen- year when they met Monday afternoon -
Bureau announced this week thata 50 million dollar) Dodge Island 67 and 72 degrees. Afternoon
agers will be presented in colored in the home of Mrs. V. J. IN YOUR HOME
hearing will be conducted by Seaport and control of droughtand temperatures are expected to
film :
strips. Smuts. .
the Florida Game and Fresh Graduates Honored reach 95
fire in the Florida Everglades degrees or hither on
Two classes will be offered to There were eight members and
Water Fish Commission Thursday including the Everglades National 5 or 6 afternoons daring June '
1 At Awards AssemblyFourteen adults. A courseIn Bible doctrine one visitor present. POWDER POSTBEETLES
at 8 pan. at the Courthouse to dis. Park. while early morning low tem-
awards were distributed will be taught by the Rev. Ro- The devotional was given by .
cuss raccoon control. peratures will fall below 55 degrees -
I School berta Gerald at 7:15 each night. Mrs. W. L. Tedder and Mrs.
to eight Branford High '"
Fillmore McMillan, a memberof two or three times over call
the Bureau explained that students Wednesday, May 29, at Infant Suffocates northern interior sections only. The- second class taught by the Smuts circle chairman presidedover
pastor will make of "inter-
use the meeting.Refreshments .
Awards Assembly held
the annual
'coons have become a source of RAINFALL during June is
esting life situations" moving were served by
crop destruction and aggravation at the school. Funeral expected to be moderate and to
pictures to provide new under- the hostess during the social
to the farmer and a public health Charles Kilpatrick an vary ,widely from place to place standing of personal and for the your horn.
family hour.
athlete and
menace as a carrier of deadly ra- standing student and Deanna Parsons infant but should average between
Linda Hudson shared honors in 3.50 and 6.00 inches occurringas
bies.McMillan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
the awards circle. Each of them
said that discussionsat Harvey Parsons died Thursday frequent afternoon showers

this meeting would center received four awards. May 30. in her home at 807 N. W. and thundershowers.

around whether or not some efficient Charles received the Faculty Duval Street. SUNSHINE during June is

method to control raccoon Award Danforth Award All- The baby apparently died from expected to average about 65

populations is necessary at this Conference Football Awards and suffocation after per cent of normal with no extended -
: shared the Three River Suwan- becoming
wedged between cloudy periods.
the bars of her
Sportsmen interested citizens n e e Ranchette Scholarship SOIL TEMPERATURES are
crib and the mattress.
accidental -
and farmers particularly, are Award with Linda. Linda won death was estimated to expected to rise slowly duringthe For Sale-Real Estate 0 FOR SALE

urged to attend this hearing and the Florida Power Essay Award have occurred around 4 a.m. next 30 days. Daily mean LITTLE ADS _

report on whether or not their Three River Suwannee Ranchette temperatures at the three inch
The infant
Scholarship Award Betty Crocker was born in the Su BIG RESULTS- FOR SALE -Two bedroom block FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -
crops have been damaged.In level under bare soil will aver-
Homemaker of Tommorrow wannee County Hospital May 13, house in Pinewood SubDivision. guaranteed not to leak.
addition hunting licenses and was 14 days old age between 85 and 90 degrees. BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever
Award and the Annual Business when the Low monthly payments and Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf
and season restrictions at the
on raccoons tragic mishap took her Afternoon temperature
life small equity. Contact Joe Brin-
will be discussed. The hear- Manager Award. Graveside services for three inch level will average the purpose, you will :FOR SALE-New and used plan.
the infant son. nc tf
June Bass received the Valedictorian find Democrat classifieds
ing is set to begin at 8 between 100 105 in
pjn. and
Award Elaine Griffin were conducted at the City the Job, quickly and well. os. Frier Music CO.. North Okie
; Cemetery Friday May 31, at 2 the sandy loams somewhat - FOR SALE: Lot on Ohio Ave. between Ave. Live Oak, 362-2188.
received the Salutatorian
; p.m. with Rev. Johnnie Hutcherson lower in heavier mUse Dr. B. E. Daniel's office cge tf
r FOR THE FRESHEST Paul Shinholster, John Phillip -
and Rev. Nelson B. Melvin and A & W Root Beer Stand ;
SEAFOODS Sousa Award Sharon Tummond. -
; PJVL-Tuesdays
officiating. 40 ft frontage 137 foot deep
Mack's Fish Market Danforth Award; Linda Gae Od- WHILE THEY LAST
Nazarene Church Sets
Mr. and Mrs. Parsons $8000. cge tf
A I om. Crisco Award; David Stapelton have two LOW RATE FOR RESULTS
Pine Ave. other children: James and David 2H cents per word with a 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.43
Award Billy
HOT PICKLED PEPPERS Agriculture ; and Vacation Bible School FOR SALE Three bedroom
Parsons. The minimum
infant's At 75*.
I Phone 362-1650 Collins who won second placein grandparents brick home tile bath carport 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
were Mr. and Mrs. Williard Vacation Bible School at the (All classifieds must be paidin
If tII the Elk's contest. natural heating hot water
essay P. Church of the Nazarene will begin advance.) gas
Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. -
heater Cable TV. 304 Martha 6 ft. Dixie stepladder $4.58
Owen Roberson all of Live Oak. June 5 and continue through
St., Sherwood Forest. Call 776-
Suwannee Funeral Home was in June 15, Rev. Bill Dodd. pastor Classifieds ordered for four 2505. cfjj 2-9 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6.93

SPRING CLEARANCE charge. announced this week. weeks run the last week free. 8 ft. Duro
Dodd said the Bible School will $2.25 will pay for a 30 word Home for sale corner lot 135x100 Stepladder $793

PAINT Mrs. Brim HostessTo be held from 7-8:30 pjn. Monday advertisement for four weeks. Venetian blinds attic fan. controlled I ,THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO
r SPECIALS through Friday, and refreshmentswill Use Suwannee Democrat Class-
heat. Mrs. John Rowland 423 N.W. Howard St.
Goodwill ifieds for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS.
ClubThe be served.
Phone 362-3431 after five Tel. 362-3075

; Up To 50% Off Goodwill Club met Tuesday All of the children in the com- o'clock Phone 362-2863. cbjj t ft

afternoon. May 28, in the munity are invited he said. paej 3-4

home of Mrs. Phil Brim with six FOR SALE >
One male
and on"
THE members present. VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE Partially furnished
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS female Chihuahua
CO. puppies mrweeks
The Soil District To Meet cottage near Suwannee Springs
lesson was read in Machine, machineless. and cold old $25.00 each. 935-2 165

) 423 N.W.: Howard St. unison after which games were Chairman J. Dan Ross of the wave permanents given. Ope- Contact Winston Rogers Real- Drew Drawdy O'Brien, Fla

PHONE 362-3075 played and prizes won by Mrs. Suwannee River Soil Conservation rators Annie H. Mills Myr- tor. Phone 3622630. pbbe 3-6 pbbe 3-3

i Ross Leming and Mrs. Jesse District Board of Supervisors an- tice Croft and Frances John- FOR SALE New 3-bedroom

Brown. nounced that the regular monthly son. Phone 362-1831. cge tf Medallion home. Built-in range Want a rolling business AL

Refreshments were served by meeting of the Board would be and oven hot water heater aluminum 8 x 10 Buck! concession -
School and
Douglass High parents
the hostess and the meeting was held Friday June 7 at 2 pjn. at large trailer. Excellent comb
landscaped lot.
patrons urged to join their
: dismissed with prayer by Mrs. the Soil Conservation Service in are tion. Equipped with gas grill
P-TA We need storage 3622884.cge 4
now. help.
THREE BEDROOM HOMES Leming. the County Agricultural Buildingin your refrigerator snowball machine
Call J. L. Bevell principal, 362-
The club will meet Tuesday afternoon Live Oak.Routine FOR SALE Three bedroom e c. Plus many supplies. Box
1192. tf
Brick Veneer-One or Two Baths. in the home of Mrs. W. business is scheduledfor cge frame home 2 years old in 481 Perry, Fla. Phone 458-6141

W. Hunter. discussion. These meetings are Septic tank and drain field Crews Subdivision. Full price pcjj 4-

FHA or CONVENTIONAL open to the public and anyone cleaning. Suwannee Madison $7500 no money down $56.37
FOR SALE One 12 ft. doubt
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) interested is invited to attend. and Hamilton Counties. Call J. monthly. Phone collect Lake -

Financing W. Darby Jasper after 6 pjn. City 752-5739 evenings Mr. duty Hill meat case and cor-
pressor one custom built wall
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT cajj tf Kushill. ccjj 4-6
in cooler with compressor and
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With heavy duty blower. Both :r
Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. e HELP WANTED perfect condition. Will sacrificeB.

; SELECT YOURS NOW Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 A. Kalich HY 7-2601. For"
Short order
.. cook
White Fla. pbjj 4-5
( Contact 1 1 good salary. Apply A & W Drive
I 1 FARMERS: It takes money to In. cge tf FOR SALE 1957 36 ft. hou>-

: \ I. G. MULLINS tive make PCA money.for a See farmerplannedloan. your coopera- WANTED Boy 16 or over to trailer 2 bedrooms full bath
Must be sold at
Terms up to 7 years. See work once. $16"
through the
North Florida Production Credit summer at terms or best cash offers. I:"
A & W Drive In.
Phone 362-2057 Association S. Ohio Ave., applyIn quire at red trailer in rear j"

362-2588. Live Oak. Florida. person. cge tf Morgan's Trailer Park. pge 4
cajj tf
CURB HELP Wanted at A&W
1 FOR SALE Collie puppies six
Drive In. Please do not telephone
weeks old $5 each. Call 362
Prices On This Fine apply in person. cge tf 1344 after 6 pjn. cge 4
You Get Full Value .
OFFICE MACHINES Car Are Lower Than Plus Interest On Your -WANTED--- 1 part time dishwasher -

You'd Expect S Earnings With 1 part time waitress WANTED

Friday Saturday, and Sunday

U.S.SAVINGST 4 pan. to 9:30 pjn. Itchtucknee
WANTED Acreage in Suwannee -
1 1 1 BOND Rivers Restaurant. U. S. 27
I STAMPS County within at least 5 or
phone HY 7- 2822, Fort White i
6 miles from town but will con

i Used Underwood ElectricTYPEWRITER Given On Fla. pbbe 4-7 sider others. Call Pete Shea

Suwannee County Hospital or

VISIT UlnA.RA A Brake Transmission SALESMAN WANTEDSALES Lee. Fla.. 971-5416. cge tf
WANTED 160 to 200 acres cattle
Lubrication Wash land Live Oak
near Write
i 16' Carriage-Elite Type $400 MONTHLY INCOME IF O. M. Ogden Old Town Fla
Oil ChangeS PEOPLE pbbe 3-6
$100.00MIMEOGRAPH( .
.. Italian Made All Auto Repairs DEVOTE 6 TO 8 HOURS A WANTED-Uaed gasoline pumps
DAY SERVING PUBLIC Call Fuco Chemical Co.. 362-

I INTEREST. I 2092. cge 4
"s. FRIDAY JUNE 7 ,I NEED HELP. Retired from

MACHINE '' 8 A.M. TO 11 A.M. military service age 39. NEED
caej 4 Experie nee
ranges from cook supply clerk

USED 5U MONUMENTSWe (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) warehouse clerk, administrative
% 8 to 12 $J. clerk, athletic instructor per-

Only $35.00 : hare a complete fine of sonnel manager to personne

: monuments built to your specifications FOR RENT councelor. Would I be of valueto

$3.99 and erected on your you? Available for interviewup
.. to 3
,> 12r cemetery plot. HOUSE FOR RENT NW corner to June 15. Not afraid t,)

Call or come by and see our of Ruby and Jackson Streets start from beginning if progression

display at 416 E. Howard Street. Ingleside Sub-division, Live is possible. Roy L. Sullivan
Royal Portable .- All Leather Soles Oak. See W. C. Airth Phone Box 451. Live Oak, Florida -

... ?- ,' and Uppers-N & M JAMES B. DANIELS 3621485. cbbe 2-4 paf J'


FUNERAL HOME for sale. Dekle Beach, Inc., i. For SaleAutomotiveFOR

> USED : White .& Tan Perry.Fla. Taylor County

: Running Water Hot and Cold SALE 1962 Ford truckin

OnIy$25.oo ; the Beach. miles on it. W. A. Lisle Dowling

Address inquiries P. O. Box 518 Park or write to Rt. 5 Box 96-D.
Repairs and Rewinding
Unquestionably the finest Children's Sandalsseen Any Kind Electric Motor pdjj 2-5 Live Oak. cge 4

,anywhere Sure to please. and wear. all Also Sales and Service FOR RENT 1 furnished apart- FOR SALE One Eeonoline

( summer long. CALL ment and 1 unfurnished apartment Ford pickup truck. Green

McCRIMON'S OFFICE SUPPLY eCvnen Electric Motor Repair $40 month. Conveniently Discount House. cge tf

Telephone Day 362-3278 located. Call 3622527. _cad 3-4
108 E. Howard Street Night 362-3325 FOR SALE OR TRADE for oowa

.;. .... war .....carat...... taMi WWMSHOE 217 E. Howard 8t FOR RENT Furnished house. one 1951 studebaker club coupe.

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Hunter. Bros. BufMiztff Phone 362-2691 after 6 pan. J. L. McCook Rt. 1 Box 47.

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I. Controversial Barge Canal Gains Support Perry, Smith I Kiddie Kollene..... Graduation I

Friday evening May 24, Mrs.I aid Casey Brown Jonathan Jonea

Receive Alvin Brown's Kiddie Kollege Daniel Rubye Georgette Hunter.
By FRANK WESTMARKDemocrat other canal opponents. Corps of Engineers this addi- political gain it is clear where Degrees Kindergarten, grauation exercises Jack Mitchell Mott Seott Ashley

Editor Giles L. Evans manager of the tional 186 mile link which was the interests of the railroads lie. were held at seven o'clock. Robarts. Teresa Lorraine Saunders. -

The Cross Florida Barge Florida Canal Authority, debatesin estimated to cost $118.5 million According to the Chief Engi From Stetson U. On the piano was an arrange- Ann Elaine Townsend Client

Canal between Yankeetown favor of the project. Propon- at that time was not economically neer's report to Congress approximately ment of blue hydrangeas to car- Ann Wilcox and Earl Clif fend

and the St. John's River ents of the canal include the canal feasible" he said. 80 per cent of the H. William Perry Jr. and JamesW. ry out the kindergarten colors. On Wooley Jr.Assisting.

1 constitutes of the most authority, state and local Wave Energies Nil traffic through the canal wouldbe Smith of Live Oak Sunday the refreshment table was a floral in serving were Miss
one officials members of the con- Countering this argument Evans interstate with the resulting received bachelor of arts degreesat design of white lilies. Mary Kay Grant. Miss Nannette

1 prolonged misunderstood, gressional delegation water car- said there is no need for hav- benefits shared by states other commencement ceremonies at Brown and Miss Sally Brown.
'f and in fact, less understood rier interests and a vast majority ing a Yankeetown-Carrabelle wat- than Florida. Stetson University in DeLand. After the class marched hi to

1 coontroversies in the historyof of the informed citizenery. erway because the low off-shore Evans pointed out that the Canal Perry son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Pomp And Circumstance" and
the pledge to the
this state.Proponents Both men are prominent engi- gradient along that stretch of would give Jacksonville and Harvey Perry received his degree flag was given

and antagonists of neers and former officers in the coast reduces wave energies to Miami ready water access to in religion and plans to do Mitch dress. Mott gave the welcome ad-

the canal have wrangled over the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.Pros almost zero and regular river Tampa and all of the Gulf Coast. graduate study at Southern Bap-

Issue throughout Florida and the and Cons barges are able to maneuver ExpansionIn tist Theological Seminary prep- The program was as follows:
battle has raged both in the Con- Gullatt suggests that the barge without difficulty.In artory to entering the pastorate.He Listen by the group; Time To
addition, Tampa and
J gress and the White House. canal has not been ade- addition combination seagoing is a member of Omicron Rise, by Scott Robarts; Five Lit
proven sacola could reach entire
I Construction on a Cross Flor- quately to be economically feas- barges have been put into The Delta Kappa men's leadershi hon- tle Firemen Gathering Eggs Five
Eastern Seaboard. anticipated -
ida Ship Canal actually beganin ible. And the railroads who are operation since 1954 that are in the surrounding orary; student senate and the Eggs and Five Eggs and Halloween -
growth areas -
1935 under the FDR adminis- large tax protest waste capable of handling tonage in the men's executive council. Perry was by the group; My Teddy Grcfe correct pwronolfty with pcfL
payers the canal would likely justify Add score of bottooJ
tration. But this project was of tax monies. In. addition, Gull- open Gulf as well as inland n v- the 1963 homecoming mayor andIs Bear, Teresa Saunders; Thanks-
constructing a Gulf Intercoastal giving Prayer led Cheri 1. H. start in Western movie
abandoned a few months after listed in "Who's Who Among by Ann
att declares railroads
object on ers.Gullatt Waterway between Anclote and "Th "
its beginning amid howls of proteSt the says the canal would Students in American Colleges Wilcox; Turkey Gobble group; Bravados.
of unfair
f grounds competi- St. Marks. This growth would Cory Grant. Kirk
I that it would cut off penin- tion. add little value toward national and Universities." Little Things Mutt Daniel; Love- Douglas.
also add to justification for en- Gregory Peck.
sular Florida's ground water "This federal subsidy to defense. He pointed out that the Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. ly Christmas, led by Elaine Town-
barge 2. On
larging other waterways and Today" and "Conctnrra-
supply. operators gives them unfair canal would not provide a shorter James V. Smith, received his degree send; Merry Christmas, group; **
an other limited river projects may tan he's busy man.
In 1942i Congress authorized economic advantage over the route to haul missiles to Cape feasible. in English. He plans to en- Snowman, group; The Turtle, Bob Adams. Bob Barker

I a barge canal over the route of railroads, and their rates therefore Canaveral measuring from New prove Such projects would include ter Stetson College in St. Peters- Casey Brown; Valentine group; Hugh Downs.

I the abandoned ship canal as a do not reflect the cost of Orleans, the distance is 17 miles deepening the Suwannee River for burg in September. My Hairy Dog Mitch Mott: 3. She's blond wife on "Joey

defense measure against subma- barge transportation which is shorter through the already existing boat traffic from the river's Smith is a member of Sigma George Washington Song; The Bishop Show."

rine attacks on shipping during partially paid for by taxpayers." Lake Okeechobee Waterway Nu. social fraternity: member of Wind Cliff Wooley; The Spring Susan Haines. Abby Dalton
mouth to Ellaville.
World War H. For various seasons that crosses the state between the Green Circle and a winnerof Song led by Georgette Hunter; Peg Garner.

Congress never appropriated Canal Seen Feasible Stuart and Ft. Myers. But none of these is likely Stetson's Walter L. Hayes essay My Shadow Elaine Townsend; A 4. This fellow's give-awayi a

funds to construct the pro- I Evans however notes that the No Urgent Need without first the key project contest. Smile led by Teresa Saunders; peacock.

; ject. latest study reveals a Benefit- In addition there is no criticalor the Barge Canal. Easter Bunny, group; Politeness Johnny Carson. Bob Hope.

I; Principal Arguments Cost ratio of 1.2 to 1.0. which urgent need for quicker delivery The Canal Authority manager Georgette Hunter; Wiggle Song AI Lewis.

'I I Today, the principal arguments means that within 50 years the for the type of missiles used noted that despite Florida's boom- Mrs. Johnson 61 by the boys; The Little Elf Man 5. He helps 'Ol Dr:' at the boll

( Canal taxpayer can have the canal facility for exploration, Gullatt ing growth agriculture and tour- Cheri Ann Wilcox; and The games.
for a Cross Florida Barge space
ism continue to dominate the Fred Hutch. Bill Ladd.
around national defense completely paid for and an continued. Rocket Ship by the group.
annual states economic picture which as Funeral ServicesMrs. Cliff PeeWee Reese.
profit of 20 cents dollar Wooley received
needs and providing the missing per "The truth is that Cape Canaveral a gift
J spent. yet lacks an adequate balance of for the best attendance.
link to full development of the is an experimental rocket
An analysis industrial development. Too much Lonnie Johnson 61, of Receiving
completed by the diplomas
nation's inland waterways system. center which means that rocket were Ron- UDJ OU-I ?J9A. AjpJDtffJ9M9IA -
business activity is devoted to Route 4 died
Army Corps of Engineers last Thursday, May 30.
who scheduled well in
Opponents of the canal deliveries are aWU8wos-C! fJa'fID&uanbaJJr
June estimated the cost of con- service and distribution and too in Jacksonville following a brief Philadelphia
he declared.
are primarily railroads con- advance Cemetery. tpadxa-s' :JZfOS
tend these arguments are false struction at $157.9 million ($145.5 Evans noted that the Lake little to production. illness. Active pallbearers were O'Neal 9199% 'uotJtrj 'U04
million federal and $12.4 million Canal Would Lure IndustryProspect Mrs. Johnson a housewife was
and misleading.The Okeechobee Waterway is limited! Johnson Lynn Johnson Donald 1DO 'sWAOQ ''Pad rg83MSf4yRENEW
state). I born in Suwannee and
pros and cons of the issue Gullatt says that $250 by a shallower depth and smaller of improvement are Johnson, Roy Johnson James
million would be--a more realis- I limited until Florida attracts ad- lived here, throughout her life-
are argued thoroughly in a recent locks than the Cross Florida Kirkland, and Wade Keene.
tic estimate. ditional major industry. And the time. She was a member of the
edition of the Florida Engi- Canal would be. In addition improvement Honorary pallbearers were John
neering Society Journal. Doswell Gullatt charged that one of of the Lake Okee- facts of industrial life are that Philadelphia Baptist Church. Robins, Anderson Curl, James YOUR

Gullatt, consulting engineer the most frequently heard mis- chobee Waterway is not feasible industry seeks to locate near adequate Survivors include her husband Hingson Charles Johnson. Ger- DRIVERS LICENSES
representations water and Lonnie Johnson of Live Oak, one DURING THE MONTH
concerning the of its loca- power sources ald Gamble
Washington D. C., argues against because length and Dick Brown and
the canal in behalf of the At- Cross Florida Barge Canal is that tion. The cost compared with that are coupled with the cheapest daughter Mrs. Mildred Kelly of Buck Newburn. OF YOUR BIRTHDAY
it is the "missing link" that will possible transportation facili- Jacksonville; four sisters Mrs. REECE BROWN
lantic Coastline Railroad and benefit would be out of step. Suwannee Funeral Home was in
connect the whole navigation Evans noted that the idea of ties. Consequently the Barge Ca- Da Hart of West Hollywood Mrs. charge. COUNTY JUDGE

ATHLETE'S FOOT system of the United States. building this canal to rush mis- nal would stimulate industrial Viola Barksdale of Lake Wales

HOW TO TREAT IT- "This simply is not true. The siles to Cape Canaveral is pre growth along its route. Mrs. Delma Johnson of Live Oak

Apply instant-drying T4L. You feel it canal comes to a dead end in the Then too there are a numberof and Mrs. Flossie Gray of Atlanta SEE ME '
take hold to cheek itching, burning in posterous.One 63 FOR ALL YOUR
minute Then in I to 5 days watch open waters of the Gulf at Yan- advantage of having the additional benefits to Florida Ga. and one brother. Dewey
infected kin slough off. Watch healthy keetown. There Kirkland of Largo. BUILDING NEEDS
is no Inland Waterway canal would be in saving wear that opponents to the Canal can-
kin replace it. If not pleased IN ONE
navigation channel from not deny would be forthcomingif Funeral services for Mrs. Johnson -
HOUR your 48c back at any drug and tear on giant missiles that PAINT PLYWOOD
tore. NOW at LIVE OAK DRUG CO.; St. Marks to Anclote and accord- have to stand the strain the project were constructed. were conducted in the Phila- ROOFING, ETC.
DRUG in Jasper. ; ing to a 1956 study by the Army of a sea voyage to reach their These include vast growth in delphia Baptist Church Saturdayat ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
q recreational boating that the 2 p.m.with Rev. A. M. Parker
destination. Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
and Rev. Vernon McDonald of-
Transporting PetroleumHe canal would generate. In addition -

LOW COST LOANS AVAILABLE added that the real defense the canal would facilitate ficiating. She was buried in the

FOR FINANCING value of the canal lies in its pro- migration of commercial fishing Langford Builders Supply
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES viding a shorter route to the East craft provide for cheap more vide considerable flood control

(TVs WASHERS DRYERS ETC.) Coast through which to trans- efficient hauling of heavy equipment benefits with no danger of salt East Helvenston Street Phone 362-2873

NEW AND USED AUTOS port petroleum products that exceed benefit wildlife and fishing water intrusion or danger to LIVE OAK. FLORIDA

t PERSONAL LOANS r 3,300,000 barrells per day. enhance land values and pro- ground water.

FOR ANY WORTHWHILE NEED "The Cross State Canal is some

MONTHLY PAYMENTS 340 miles shorter for traffic from
., TO FIT YOUR BUDGET New Orleans to the East Coast

.. than by way of Okeechobee" he
i to Gullatt the argu- i
Come In And Talk Over Your Needs With '. ments that the canal is the "miss- Inc.CONTINUES. (

"The Friendly First" ing link" in the nation's water-

way system and that it is essential -
; for national defense are the
LIVE OAK most promoted arguments in its

1 favor because they appeal to patriotism MEN'S STRETCH'SPECIAL PURCHASE ,CLEARANCE ON ALL

1'' "They are and however emotion.demonstrably LADIES DRESSES LADIES'

_ false arguments which have
nothing to do with the real rea- SOCKS Junior Sizes, Misses Sizes Summer HatsReg.

sons for all of the commotion to I1ihI and Half Sizes

d'i' n Gullatt said. "The clamor for the Asst. Patterns Now
0- WAY All Nationally Advertised $7.98 $5.00
Cross Florida Barge Canal is -

J raised by those who anticipate I Y. and Colors Reg. Now 5.98 4.00
gaining financially and
politically -
: OUT from the expenditure of $159.5 Our Reg. $1.00 Pr. $9.98 to $6.00NOW 3.98 --. 3.00

million in constructing the canal x.MEN'S 2.98 =: 2.00

and in the use of it thereafter
r= - -
payment. $7.98 to $5.00
Heavy Shipping Indicated LADIES'

FRONT The Chief of Engineer's latest 2 Pr. for $1.00

evaluation (June 1962 report to SHORT SLEEVE Others Marked Down JAMAICA SHORT

Congress) found if the canal had SPORT SHIRTS AccordinglyPRICES & BLOUSE SETS
been in operation in 1962 it would

have had 980,000 tons of traffic. Sizes 8-18
Projected figures by the- Chief Asst. Colors and Patterns \ ( 'iA Our Reg. $4.98Jow$3.88Set
Several With \ '/
of Engineers revealed an .expected Styles .
2,220,000 tons of shipping 2 Pockets. "f#

would pass through the Canal in _
1990 and 4,661,000 in 2020. A sub- &? -IrXL LADIES'BLOUSES

stantial portion of SAVE NOW !
this tonnagewill ; ,

r be hauled by rail at higher 4 for $5.00 ? ,
rates if the
canal is not built.
While railroad spokesmen accuse LIMITED SUPPLY
Several and Colors
'k1 proponents of the canal with -= in ourDYNAMITEM :li-
- - Sizes 30-40
evoking emotional arguments and i ::::.:
Reg. $2.98
being motivated for financial and DAYS

Notice is hereby given that the undersigned DRESS TROUSERSBy SALELARGE aMEN'S GROUP
1 pursuant to -the fictitious ,,
name statute. Chapter 20953. or Section Reg. $3.98NOW

i When it comes to harvesting peanuts better,faster,under register 865.09 with Florida the Clerk Statutes.of the 1941 circuit will, Hubbard r

practically every condition, for lower operating costs, Court Florida,In upon and receipt for Suwannee of proof of County pub- New Spring and Summer J."M \\' .' 2 for
lication of this notice the fictitious Styles. Pleated and Plain
after nothing in the field with the ,
year year, can compete name to-wit: Front Handsome .
Styles. I -
Lilliston Combine. Nothing. But don't take our word under which I will engage in CO.busines Fabrics That Hold Their WHITEHandkerchiefs %

for it-put it to the test. Lilliston's performance is something Branford I expect Florida to engage and my in address business is Su-In Crease &; Never Wrinkle.
wannee Avenue.
you've got to see. Once you do, we believe you'll The extent of ownership is entire.Hated Sizes 2846DYNAMITE1rI :

think as highly of this mechanical wonder as we do. As thins rd MELVIN day of June H. OWENS AJ>. 1963. 10 for $1.00 :

if that's possible. 4.1 KELVIN H. OWENS SPECIAL


The Lilliston,i Peanut Combine IN.AND FLORIDA.FOR SUWANNEE IN PROBATE COUNTY : $2.00 Off :

IN'E: The Estate of

_ famous for peanut profits- '. low ABD CE L.TO Deceased.MeKINNON CREDITORS Of Reg. Price SPORT SHIRTSBY

wherever in the world they are grown La .crriiton MtXianon of deceased the Estate are of hereby How- LUCKY BOY
notified - -
,! Lilliston Peanut Equipment is produced by Lilliston Implement Co.,manu. or demand and which required to file any claims
1.lacturen of world-famous rotary cutters and the amazing Rolling Cultivator. said estate In the they office may of have the against County BOYS'SHORTS i I IVY STYLES FEATURING THE PONCHO PULLOVERIN BED SPREAD

the of Suwannee County, Florida,
Live Oak.: Florida Full or Twin
within the six date of the first publication of thisflj Asst. Colors
notiee. Each AND; SOLIDS.
or demand must be Reg. $3.98
In duplicate ia writing and most 2162for88c

FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. state office the addrew place of of the residence claimant and: poet and Sizes 6-18 Our Reg. $1.98 & $2.98 NOW2for$5.00
aut be
sworn to by the claimant his
agent or his attorney, or it will become -
void according to law. $3.00
E. Howard Phone 362-2571 HELEN: J. MeKINNON ; -

Administratrix -;-} -- -.'... LIMITED SUPPLY
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t m P"iIIY" FMIlY BY ILDYD B3SSKHEJfWe : Mrs. Evelyn Adicks
I Social Security Answers Edward J. Jinks relative to transportation for approVed -
K-toy-y Mr. Harry E. Grant Teachers fin educational trips taken by
S VINES S NAVE Tk4 ) SO r5D Mr. Vincent Jones
ARa GErnNG It O PERFECT J MADE A Continuing Contract students.

t FOR po p SOLUTION, \ VINE Mrs. Maurice Merritt Ethel D. Bass Approval was given for paymentof
(Editor's Note: These questions! cashed. They say it was for the WHAT AM X <\ M'DEAR..y PLAm'ER I Mr. Lex"Roberts Ef fie L. Elliott $500.00 each plus other cost
and answers are compiled by Wil- wrong 'person. What can I do GO&m t: Miss Carole Annin
>NdfHEl} 2,1 Dorothy DePass for lots 5 and 6, Block E. College
liam M. Eanes, District Managerfor about my money? Mrs.Ruth TaylorMr.
LaFrances M. Grggs Heifhts subdivision owned by
the Social Security Adminis- ANSWER: There is nothing you QoU Fred Young
Louise H. Hall Tern Detegal and respectively as
tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites can do except charge it up to ex PuSTIGCLOtNES Miss Eloise Boyles
Holmes action during
M. obtained In court
readers to mall their questionsto perience. Every government check Mrs. Robbie Roberts Caesar
F. Martin term of court 1WS
him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta, reminds you to know your endors- Miss Carolyn HuffmanMr. Mary spring
J Ga. Social not 1 t 12x18IrI0r60" Sarah H. Robinson A Bond budget for Branford
Please do not mail your Inquiries er. Security cards are
Robert Constante LaFrances W. StephensLola discussed and approved after
to this paper.) intended for public identificationthey recommended for was
QUESTION: I am a widow. I I are worthless for this pur- ContractMr. Thomas same changes as recommended by
Continuing B. Jones Williamson
get a small check every month pose, and should never be used to Gertrude Superintendent
Marvin Johns Geraldine O. Nelson Matters relating to maintenance
from my late husband's work. identify persons cashing checks. If
Some people say you will stop my you don't know your endorsers, Mr. Wallace F. Earl Carter were read and discussed.
k LINE (BOX WITH M TALORPUSTTC Teachers onContinuing Hattie A. Elmore Mr. Tom Allen, asked that information -
check if I get married again: oth- bow can you be sure that theydidn't ContractMrs.
S school expenses -
ers-say that you will not. Which find both the card and the Allene J. Ford concerning
f Pearl Zinober Frances S. Green number of pupils. transportation -
Is right? check they are trying to cash.
:Mrs. Nan Martin L. Hogan costs teacher salary.
ANSWER: Either could be depending
on whom If Witnesses To Attend Superintendent Williamson Mrs. Mary Medlock Gladys F. Jones etc. be made available and that
marry. pointed out that the boilers have Mrs. Mary Drew Lena L. Miller some be pied on pages of tti*
you marry a who Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions
gets Internationall\leel
person been recently and that Miss Lonnie Bob Hurst
checks his inspected Ida A. RuffinClarisSa Sawannee Democrat. He was a--
widow's on own work record, Wm. W. Weaver, a minister on repairs, as needed, were being Mrs. Elizabeth Reid Thompson shred that such would be don

your payments must be the move, will lead a delegationof scheduled. Mr. Lewis Tucker Margaret B. White soon.The .
stopped. But very
I claim for you can make a 10 members of the Live Oak The Board was happy to receive Mrs. Katheryne Pryor Shellie B. Jones following leaves were an-
monthly wife's
ments to start with pay- Here is a list of new subscribersand congregation of Jehovah's Wit- a letter from Mr. Ralph V. Mr. Sherwood Boatright Valua L. Warren proved:
the month
you married. If those who have renewed nesses to an international conven- Steeb, Consultant for IndustrialArts Mrs. Katherine Flood Recommended for Nan Martin Personal leave ll.!

son Who.gets checks you marry a other per-- their subscriptions from May 23 tion of the religious group sche- State Department of Edu- Mrs. Irene BozemanMr. Continuing Contract days March 29. and April 21. 1963.

person's ( on some child to May 31.NEW duled for Yankee Stadium in New cation, Tallahassee, Florida, con- J. W. MassengillMr. John R. Green Gene Cox Annual leave. Jun

unde 18) your record except will a SUBSCRIPTIONSD. York, July 7 to 14. cerning the recent showing of a W. R. Powell O'BRIEN HIGH SCHOOL 10-14.1963;
tinue. If con- G. Carroll, L. O. Convention officials in New film produced by the IndustrialArts Mr. Kenneth Wood Annual Contract John A. Cade Jr.. Annual leave

is not getting you marry monthly a person social who C. V. Bates, Gainesville York have announced that 125,000 class at Suwannee High Mr. Henry Folsom Earl Adams June 17-21 1963;

payments, will security Charles Goff, OcalaB. persons are expected to attend School. The Board and Superin- Miss Mary Stanley Rufus Loper John A. Cade Jr., Temporary

your checks until that you stop dies F. Hayes, Rt., L. O. the eight-day gathering representing tendent commends Mr. Wood, his SUWANNEE JR. HIGH SCHOOL Reginald Ford duty elsewhere May **25, 1963

or begins to get monthly person William Nix, L. O. the Eastern United States, students, Mr. Hall and others, for Annual ContractMr. Teachers on Harry Grant. Profeostonal leave

ments on his own record. In pay- Clarence H. Brown, Jacksonville Canada Central and South America their efforts relative to this pro- Jimmy Clayton Continuing Contract May 2, 3. 1963;

event you must let us know when any and the Carribean islands. ject.Upon Mrs. Harry Grant Rita L. Brown Alice Grant. Professional leave

you get married again.'QUES'T'ION Robert R. Brown Jr., Norfolk, "The convention program is for the recommendation of A. Teachers recommended for Money Lee Cook May 3, 1963:

: I will be 52 in Va.J. all members of the family, especi- Perry Geiger, Principal Branford Continuing Contract Rossinni Granville Rubye Burnett, Personal leav"

September. If I take checks Mack Brown, Jacksonville ally designed to enrich our appreciation School, and Superintendent Wil- Mrs. Rebecca Edwards Ocie Y. Wilson 34 day. April 28, 1963;

my Marvin Price Brown Jacksonville of spiritual things and liamson, the Board approved a Teachers on Ollie B. Calhoun Esther Carter, Personal leave
then I know they will be cut. But
I back to work and make us more cognizant of our change of employment of Mrs. Continuing Contract Chestine Curry 34 day April 11, 193;

suppose go Eunice E. Jones, Jacksonville Christian duties of service" Martha D. Johnson, to be effective Mrs. Nettie Collins Gladys I. HaynesAs Larry D. Ross Annual leave.

stop these payments, would my Rev. Hal Hunter West Palm Weaver said.MINUTES beginning March 22, 1963, insteadof Mrs. Virginia Alford there was no further business June 4-14. 1963;
checks stay cut after I quit?
Beach. April I, 1963, as previously Mrs. Ruby OUara the meeting was adjourned. Lex Roberts, Temporary duty
ANSWER Once take reduced -
: you a O. J. Baker, Ft. Lauderdale BOARD OF PUBLIC recommended.The Mrs. Verna Bass Everett L. Williamson elsewhere May 22-25, 1963.;

payment, you can never James Waymon Taylor, N. Y., INSTRUCTION, SUWANNEE Board accepted the resig- PINE VIEW SCHOOL Supt. & Secretary John Johnson, Professional
to the full amount later -
expect get N. Y. COUNTY, FLORIDA nation of Larry D. Ross, effec- Teachers on Board of Public InstructionOtto leave April 25. 1963; -

on. But the amount you get Rev. Clarence Kirby, Rt., L. O. Live Oak, Florida tive June 15, 1963. Continuing Contract F. Dickman, Chairman- John Johnson, Profession!

will be refigured depending on Harry Weaver, Rt., L. O. April 20, 1963 The Board accepted the resig- Mrs. Alma M. Bass Board of Public InstructionLive Study leave. June 4-August 16

r the number of monthly paymentswe SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs. The meeting was called to orderat nation of Pearl Johnson who Mrs. Ina F. Gaston 1963 ;

made. When we start paying W. H. Ezell, Jacksonville 9:00 A.M.. by Otto F. Dickman, plans to retire after 44 Y2 years of Mrs. Agnes Folsom Oak, Florid a Earl Adams, Personal tea?
reduced check at 62
you a age or Houston H. Cundiff, Rt., L. O. Chairman. Other members pres- teaching and commends her for Mrs. Lois Deas May 7, 1963 Personal leave, April 22. 1963:

later, we figure out how much John M. Burnett, Tampa ent were: V. V. Brim, Thonis R. the years of faithful and effective Mrs. LaNettye Harrell The meeting was called to orderat Gladys Haynes Personal lea.>

you will get Just as if you were Laure Bee Roberson Jr., Rt., Barnett, H. E. Vann, and L. M. service she has rendered. Mrs. Alma Bullock 9:00 A.M. by Otto Dickman May 1. 22, 19 3.

going to get a check every month L. O. 'I Crews Jr. The Board accepted the resig- Mrs. S. C. Bass Jr. Chairman. Other members prosy Upon motion by Crews seconded -
after that. At 65, we look at
Mrs. H. H. Mills, L. O. A Scripture reading was given ommendation of the superintendent Mrs. Isla Mae DeCastroMrs. ent were: V. V. Brim, H. E. Vann by Barnett .and carried the

ak the record to see how many of Fred S. Martin. Rt., L. O. with prayer led by Thonis Bar- and nomination by the Trus- Mae Brannan Thonis Barnett. and L. M. Crews Board adjourned at 2:30 to meet
checks had to
these give
you up
James B. Banks ClearwaterH. nett.Minutes tees of the following persons: Mrs. Rebecca B. Mills in joint session with the Boardof

t due to your work. And then your L. Gilmore L. O. of meeting held on Elouise Jones, teacher, Douglass Annual Contract Jr.The devotional was given by County Commissioners

t monthly payment is refigured to S. T. Bozeman, Newberry March 29, 1963 and April 2, 1963, High School, from March 12, 1963, Miss Yvonne Manning Superintendent Williamson. RESOLUTION

include your extra earnings and if Boze H. Kitchens, Daytona were read and approved.Mr. to the end of 1962-63 term. Gwen- Miss Nell Bass Minutes of the previous meet- Whereas a need now exists f-:
these will raise check
your BeachV. Cade made a report con- dolyn Richardson, regular substi- Mrs. Rubye Burnette ing were read and approved.A the development of a recreation:
to allow for those months
you V. Brim, Rt., L. O. cerning personnel at Pine View tute, part time teacher at O'Brien, Mrs. Jacqueline Mathis discussion concerning the center near the New Dough-
got no Mrs. Ida Hingson Lutz lunchroom.An for the remainder of the 1962- Mrs. Leila Blanton recommendation from Superin- High School; and

( : If a man had paid James D. Burnett, MelbourneMrs. expression of appreciationwas 63 term, on Monday, Wednesday, Mrs. Eleanor Mauldin tendent Williamson to transfer7th Whereas, through the cooper-
in only $1500 before he died when
Susie Williams, BranfordM. given for the cooperation of and Friday of each week. Mrs. Doris DouglasMrs. and 8th grade pupils at Mc- tion of the Board of County Con'
will the family's payments be cut
'' y off D. Deese, WellbornR. the Suwannee County Board of No Board action was taken on Laverne Dorminey Alpin, was held. Superintendent missioner sand the Board of Public -
B. Fletcher, McAlpin Public Instruction in providing; a request by Mrs. Amelia S. Dob- NETTLE BAISDEN SCHOOL Williamson was asked to meet Instruction of Suwannee Cou:: -

ANSWER: When a worker dies Homer J. Goff, Deland buses, drivers, bands, and other bins to transfer from Pine View Annual Contract with the McAlpin P-TA on May ty, Florida excellent facility
with enough work credits for his
j family to get checks, the amounthe Marvin Alderman, L. O. personnel for the Forestry Field Elementary School, to SuwanneeJr. Mrs. Beatrice Barr 7, 1963 and request they have a have been made available in 3.; -

has paid in has nothing to do H. P. Milford, Rt., L. O. Day April 11, 1963. High School. This requestwill Mrs. Sue O'Neal special meeting on Friday night, wannee County Florida; and

Wilson Smith, BranfordRev. Some discussion was held con- be considered at a later date. Mrs. Annie Lou Johnson May 17, 1963, at which time a Whereas, the Board of Piibl:
with how long they get paid. Pay-
J. W. Baillie, L. O. cerning the enrollment at Mc- Professional leave, to attend held
Mrs. Nancy Young secret balloting would be on Instruction has land now available !-
ments will continue as long as
there is some family member who Miss Georgie McCall, Jacksonville Alpin Clayland and Wellborn meeting concerning accreditation, Teachers on the following proposals: for the purpose of developing -

Schools. ,approved for A Perry Geiger, for Continuing Contract 1. That grades 7 and 8 be transferred such a recreational center
can be legally paid, such as a
L. C. Jackson, Mayo Superintendent Williamson recommended May 11, 1963.Maternity Miss Verna Brinson and that the school be but does not now have fund-
18 18
under if ,
or over ,
that the Board
Mrs. Maude Davis, O'Brien con- leave was approvedfor Mrs. Flossie Dennis organized, administratively available to erect facilities ther: >-
the widow who has such a childin
Dept. of Public Welfare, District sider sending the 7th and 8th Robbie H. Roberts for the Mrs. Ruth Fletcher as a 1-6 school. on: and
her care, or a widow, widoweror
grade pupils at McAlpin School,
62. 3, L. O. 1963-64 school year. Mrs. Lillian Keen 2. Remain a 1-8 school. Whereas up to Seventy' -n 1-
dependent parent over age either to Branford to Live,
Drew Drawdy O'Brien or Professional leave to chaperoneKey
Mrs. Maxine Miller 3. Close school Thousand & No/100 ($7500000
The amount paid on decides how
Lummie L. Allen, ClearwaterM. Oak, and that McAlpin Schoolbe Club boys to State Conven- Mrs. Julia Stokes Further discussion was held Dollars will be needed to erect ,
.4 much rather than how long the
R. Stansel, Miami organized administratively as a tion at Hollywood, Florida, April .
Mrs. Maudie Tucker relative to the 7th and 8th gradesat combination gymnasium and iditorhun. '! -
The law sets limits
payments are. ..
Ray Taylor, Rt., L. O. 1-6 school. His reasons for mak- 25, 26, 1963, was approved for Mrs. Mary Wood Clayland and Wellborn Schools. ; and
on the monthly amount payable,
( Mrs. B. O. Starling Rt., L. O. ing such a recommendation are: Earl S. Handley Jr. discussed .
the lump sum death payment, but Mrs. Dorothy Cooper -: These schools problems to be Whereas, the City of Live i
Howard Morgan, Rt., L. O. 1. Better educational opportunities Professional leave is granted to 1
not on the total amount payable Mrs. Fronia Dexter at a later date. has indicated its willingness
over a period of years. Price Harrell, Rt.. L. O. particularly in respect to Mrs. Eleanor Cox for April 2*. Mrs. Vera Hicks Approval was, given for tempo- aid in the development of ot* '

QUESTION: How long does it Mrs. W. H. Wilson, L. O. laboratory facilities for science, 1963, to Jacksonville, Florida and Mrs. Mary Lundy rary duty assignment to John facilities in connection with -' .

Mrs. Illivia Tucker, Rt., L. O. band and music. on May 3, 1963 to accompany Mrs. Estelle Mitchell Johnson and Frank Norris for the project.
take to get a social security card?
2. Be in classes with teachers
ANSWER: Whether you want to Arthur F. Koons, WellbornC. group of students to Folk Festival Mrs. Ruth Taylor purpose of recruiting teachers for Now, therefore, be it resolved ;'

replace your lost card or get one S. Stevens Wellborn certified in areas of instruction, at White Springs. Florida. Mrs. Ina Mae Thompson system.A the Board of County Comm; -

for the first time, we can usuallydo Ralph Cox, L. O. for example: a teacher trainedin One half (1-2) day personal Mrs. Lillian Wheeler letter from W. R. Hall, Principal sioners of Suwannee County Pl'>; -

this in about 10 days. For most Col. Albert E. Durrell, Jacksonville English to teach English; a leave is granted to Valua L. War- BRANFORD SCHOOL Suwannee High School relative Ida and the Board of Public ', -
teacher trained in Mathematics
I people who are getting cards now, ren and Effie Lee Elliot for April Annual ContractMrs. to work of Earl S. Handley. struction of Suwannee COUP
to teach Math.
we must search our Central rec- Capt. Milton H. Leppert, N. Y.. 19, 1963. Virginia McInnis Science teacher, Suwannee High Florida in joint session assembi

R ords. We do this to verify the N. Y.National. 3. Broader and more adequate Annual leave of one day April Mrs. Julia, Owen School, was read and discussed. at the Court House in Live OaK
I opportunities in .
number they had before. Or we tion. physical educa- 15, 1963, was granted to John A. Mrs. Myzelle Griffin The Board accepted the resig- Suwannee County, Florida .tJ\ i

try to make sure that they have Cade Jr.Professional. :Mrs. Barbara Jean Minter nation of William R. Hall Prin- the Honorable Houston W ROD
4. Make the transition
never had a record set up for Brokers Group from a leave on April 16, Mrs. Joyce Baker cipal, Suwannee High School. The erts Senator from the Sew-:

) them by someone they worked Accepts W. J. RogersW. the small 7th school grade to level a large school at 17, 18, 1963 ,to participate in the Mr. Joe Baker Board wishes to commend Mr. teenth Senatorial District of Fl,)' -
rather than :
for evaluation of Wildwood High Teachers on Hall for the fine administrative id*, and the Honorable Leon N
years ago or by their parents J. Rogers, Live Oak realtor, at the 9th grade level. '
when School, Wildwood, Florida is Continuing Contract job done as principal of McDonald. Representative fror
they were too small to make
has just been accepted as a mem- No action taken suwan-j'
out their Most was on this granted A. Perry Geiger. I Mrs. Shirley Fletcher nee High School for the Suwannee County, Florida, be a': '1:
own applications.
ber of the National Institute of matter at this .
-- --
post offices have application Sick leave on April 9, 1963, was I Mrs. Nadine uorom (4) years. they are hereby respectively -->-
Farm and Land Brokers..its president -
blanks which Williamson granted to Bashie Puryear.In Mrs. Bessie Walker The Board accepted the resig- quested to secure the passage du: t
we can handle by Jack Justice, announced to-
mail if do not live in pointed out the need for several answer to a question con- Mrs. Voncille Bell nation of Marvella Mackey, teacher jug the 1943 Session of L gt.1 -
you city
a ; buses and
where there is day.The recommended that the cerning leaves of absence for Mrs. Belva KennedyMrs. at Douglass High School. ture of the State of Flory la. tv t h
a social security Institute is a part of the Board make
district office.QUESTION. an effort to purchase teachers serving as Peace Corps Revia Munch Letters from Mrs. Abbie Croft necessary act or acts requir .ito
National Association of Real Estate from 8 to 12 buses to .
I cash replace those Volunteers it was pointed out Mrs. Evelyn Philpot and Mrs. Sarah Parker, McAlpin authorize the Board of Coo r.t-;
: a lot of Boards and its membership is that have become .
government checks. I too expensiveto i that the Suwannee County School Mrs. Theo Smith ,* School lunchroom workers, were Commissioners and Board '
can usuallyget comprised over 1800 Realtors maintain and that .
the person's social : a loan be Policies did not permit such leavesat Mrs. Bertha Fletcher read and discussed.: No action was Public Instruction of Suwan,>
security located all over the United States made to
card to identify him when I don't and Canada. tation purchase such transpor- the present time and that the Mrs. Leona Gunter taken relative to lunchroom per- County, Florida, each to pled j.-'

know him too well. Now the bank to units as are needed as well Board had no intentions, at the Mrs. Ruby Smith sonnel. not to exceed Five Thousand &:

J has back to as more adequately maintain present time, to grant such leaves. Mr. Frank Norris Mr. Tom Moore Mrs. Tom No./1 00 (5000.00 Dollars >t',
come me for one I (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) those units that remain t
service.Ward's A letter, dated April 8, 1963, Mr. Wilson SuggsMr. I Moore, and Mrs. Troy Dunn appeared year of race track foods for ft.

from A. Perry Geiger, Principal, Alexander Purcell i before the Board and requested purpose of financing the erpc-

C Branford School, concerning incidents Mr. John J. Johnson that something be doneto tion of the gymnasium and aud: -

of vandalism of the school Mrs. Frances Humphreys alleviate the bus loading and torium and other faculties: in n:h..

Tp: property was read and discussed. CLAYLAND ELEMENTARY unloading problem at Live Oak. i area.

Enterprises Inc. Professional leave is granted to SCHOOL Numerous requests for use of Adopted by the Board of Coui! -

James Watson and William Cur- Teachers on buses for end of year school trips ty Commissioners and the Boar'

tis, to attend District NFA meet- Continuing ContractMrs. were approved. of Public Instruction of Suwar

i P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD, FLORIDA ing at Monticello, Florida, April Emily A. Lyles Expenses for traveling from nee County, Florida in joint 51-
19, 1963. Mrs. Lois F. GriffinMr. Gainesville to Live Oak for the Mon assembled this 7th day ):

MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS Professional. leave as chape- Charles Andrew Griffin purpose of conducting spring May, 1963.

rone-teachers to participate in Teachers recommended for football practice was approved for Laure B. Roberson Chairman

ii Complete Mixed Fertilizers Anhydrous Ammonia Folk Festival at White Springs Continuing Contract, subjectto Wyman Townsel.A Board of County Otmolsstonpr;

Florida, May 3, 1963 is granted to meeting qualificationsMrs. request from the Live Oak Suwannee County, Florida

Direct Application Nitrogen Solution Lola Thomas and Allene Ford. Iva Inez Roberts P-TA for a special Board meetingwas ATTEST:

Approval was given for paymentof Mrs. Esther P. Carter approved. Such meeting Is I La Vaughn A. SessionsCleric

: Our New Fertilizer Plant In Branford $35.00, to William R. Powell, WELLBORN ELEMENTARY scheduled for May 20, 1963.

for expenses to chaperone Su- SCHOOL Mrs. Katherine Flood, teacher Otto P. Dickman, Chairman

wannee High School students to Annual ContractMr. Suwannee High School, and Win- Board of Pubtte Instruction

Florida Is Now In Operation State Science Fair in Tampa, Joel Craft ton Williams, student, asked that Sawannee County Florida

Florida, April 4-6, 1963. :Mr. Joe Flint the class of 1963 be permitted to ATTEST:

GET Approval was given for use of Teachers on erect a permanent type marker; Everett L. Wimaasoa> Supt

I TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE 3 buses (if available) to transport I, Continuing Contract and display sign facility in frontof Board of Public Infraction

', eighth grade students to Tallahassee :Mrs. Thelma M. Geiger the Suwannee High School Suwannee County, Florida

:-: CALL US FOR PROMPT DELIVERY to visit legislature in ses- Mrs. Oleta G. McMillan Building. Permission was granted. The Board reconvened at 3:30:

sion on or about- April 30, 1963 NEW DOUGLASS HIGH Upon a motion by Barnett, seconded and considered other matters tf

935.2101 776-2191 as requested by Buren L. Duna- SCHOOL by Vann Rufus Loper Is routine business.

vant Principal. Annual Contract transferred from O'Brien to Titus were audited for payment

Otto Dickman The following teachers with Garthra Alexander Douglass High SchooL SUch As there was no further bus -

David Maxwell Johnny Goff status indicated have been recom- Manuel T. Gaines transfer Is effective far *1963-M nest the meek ..._.adjourned

Salesman: Sales Manager Salesman mended for assignment to the Crizell H. McKnlghtLeo school jear. No' actionstaken on .ei+N L. '..- .'onSeit.

following schools. They 'are: Washington request of Mrs. Amelia 'Dobbins" ..-e
For fait '
economical '
repair service
alhywa- farm
on equipment
; SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL Eveline) Duhart for transfer. Board of Public IDIb'uct1onotto
,. ,..gkts our shop.; Phone 776-2181. We manufacture SPRAYERS, FARM11tAILEftScmnvATOftS Annual Contract FnDfefeaftn
-" .. James D. Miller Superintendent a m S'O n Chairman
"AND'"COULTEKS. *'Mrs.Mary*DdCLeod James A. Watson was Instructed to work out_details ,Board_of Paooc IDltlIIeUonPAGE





I ..

\ Florida 100 Years AgoFederal .
I County Ministers. Column .

\I 'The ( Ship Blockades Fernandina '

Pastor's CornerBy ... .

' The Warships Threaten Southern Shipping, Ports; their Tallahassee friends pre-

., Pastor REV., First SPIVEY Methodist BRABHAM Church, Suwannee County- Mtei Declared A Deserter the sented benefit a theatrical of soldiers'production families.for I CANDY Tomb I

(This is another in a seriesof tured sloop Fashion. The latteris The program consisted of an
"Come and hear all that God opens our hearts and saves Dorr
ye articles portraying Florida as still at Apalachicola and is not adaptation of Shakespeare's King .
I lear God. and I will declare what our souls it is a religious exPeri- events unfolded 100 years' ago, seaworthy. Lear and Tampa the latter an I

,if He hath done for my souL" ence. published by the Florida Civil JUNE 2 The following noticeof original melodrama founded on
Of course, the Psalmist never THREE AR NT\
Psalm. 66:16. War Centennial Commission.) desertion appears in several incidents of early Florida history.
True religion involves two forgot what God did for him in I YOU BEING A BIT 1
things an inward experience and a temporal way. He fully realized Edited By Florida papers: JUNE 4 The commander of :IS IT ALL RIGHT I IPX GREEDY? J
SAMUEL PROCTOR the U.s. Tahoma at Tam-
Somehow that it was God's doing that "Berry Walker of Mack Com- INVITE THREE
an profession. him from the shepherd'sfield University of Florida pany, left camp in Virginia on or pa Bay reports that the Confederate BOYS OVER TONIGHT; -
I feel that the Psalmist had both.
1 Federal Rear Admiral MOTHER
JUNE about the first of November last sloop Isabella captured May
to the King's
He had wonderful
a experience S. F. DuPont reports the U.s.s. on furlough of 30 days.. Since the 22 by the U.s.s. Fort Henry has ,
Psalms he
of his reminds -
with God, and he was not afraidto many
.tI Mohawk blockade duty at is
on expiration of said furlough he put into Tampa because she
<; his readers to, "Forget Not t
testify to it'lt )%Jjf14 ,,
!:' Fernandina and the steamers leaking badly. The sloop and dam-
has failed to report. I therefore
<'1 His Benefits". He also realized
oath from his by lips words and < 'h .::; r: :that he could attain the highest Norwich and Uncas on the St. I give notice that said Berry Walker aged cargo is not worth the expense -
frW.r4r. : :r.1.;:; I Johns River.The I is a deserter and the usual of a trial the commander
< y.
in politics he could receive -
the life that he :
Admiral is also orderingthe thinks even if she could get to
lived. < all the world's wealth but I reward will be paid for his ap
:' Y Potomska to Fernandina as : Key West. The one old man
'J ; prehension. Berry Walker
( I want to talk still lose his own soul. a
relief for the Mohawk. "in-
; resident of Suwannee County aboard who because of an
first about religious >>5< ':.;: % "What would you give in exchange ;
.,' f"': V. The cargo of sea-island cotton low. chunky built and about 25 firmity" was not able to escape
"'' : i for soul?
experi : {' lx: your off the Confederate sloop Fashion was unwilling to land here to
of,/ ; Not only did the Psalmist rea- years of age. Signed M. L. Duncan -
ence. Many .x
is presently enroute to Key West starve he and is being
Capt. Company I, ;end Flor- as says
us, I am afraid, 1 lize the blessings of God and the aboard the Hendrick Hudson. Also / DeFiNireuNOT.. .. TELEVISION WILL,
transported to Key West the
let a religious 2. i religious experience that he had, ida Volunteers. by TYA LUCKY IP I CAIN SNAG AT LEAST
aboard the Hudson five
are pris- Hendrick Hudson.
experience pass but he also felt his obligation Tallahassee newspapers report
oners: A. W. Babcock, a mail agent -
out doing, anything about it, or telling others the things which that Confederate and State appraisers Tonight a Federal launch from V EVENMcCalls ONE--.
William Austin and
: George
then I realized that this was the God had done for his souL "Come are now setting a sche- the U.s.s. Fort Henry captured a M
Ash y, soldiers; A. W. Wing
call all the time. You see I almost and hear." So often today thereis dule of prices under the Impress- Confederate cotton barge loaded
with- people to suspected of superintending the ment Act.. The gentlemen the with thirty bales of upland cotton
let the experience'pass a tendency by many
obstructions of the river and
, I could no longer run from it. conceal their dealings with God.A paper says are "men of Intelligence and nine bales of sea-island cot- L
I working on the batteries and
I \ or the Saul experience on the dying man once said "If I Experience and Integrity, ton,near the mouth of the Crystal
. James Silva captain of the -
I by without realizing that it was only could live my life again I caper and have and are devoting River. Three men were taken pris- v

( surrender to the call to preach would go upon the mountain top themselves with care and assi- oner. They are being sent to Key v

'. I almost did the same thing. and tell what God had done for and tell what God had done duity to the important work assigned West aboard the U.s. schooner
Damascus road. me" for them. I strongly feel that this them." Beauregard.

For a number of years I did not But he waited too long. He helped me a great deal in surrendering The UJSJS..schooner Beauregardis JUNE 5 Admiral Bailey reports -

minister became so strong that waited until he was on his death- my life to God's min- cruising off Crystal River. from Key West the arrival

the wall or the Isaith experience, bed to realize that he ought to istry. Every now and then some- JUNE 3 James S. Rust today of the Hendrick Hudson t-

was the call. I thought perhapsas share his experience with others. one would start singing a gospel prominent Tallahassee merchantand from St. George's Sound. It has Chanel Slates 50th Anniversary Rites .
other do, that if God wanteda Many people today fear God hymn and all would join in. "0 member of the Legislaturefrom aboard officers and crew of the -- .. -
Chapel Methodist following Sunday School which
religious experience. because they do not know the how I love Jesus 0 how I love Leon County died suddenly U.s. bark Amanda. This vessel The McCalls

Suddenly the desire to be God'sit truth about God and they do not Jesus, 0 how I love Jesus, becauseHe today while visiting in Savannah.He was driven upon the mainland in Church will hold a special service the begins at 10 ajn. will
observing A dinner-on-the grounds
as plain as the handwriting on know the truth about God because first loved me." will be buried on Friday in last month's hurricane. After Sunday morning
if its Sunday be served after the service followed -
me to preach that He would make no one has told them of Yes, there,is much to tell whenwe the Episcopal Cemetery at Talla- "moving almost everything out of 50th anniversary
in the af-
gospel sing
church. a
because I did not realize that it their experience with God. How have had these experienceswith hassee. her it was deemed expedient to School and
district supervisor ternoon. The church Is located
E. McKinley,
without realizing that this was a God blesses our souls and we the Heavenly Father. We The U.s.s. Stars and Stripes today burn her, to prevent the enemy Rev. J.
,'A the Gainesville district eight miles south of Branford on
religious experience. keep it to ourselves. We should should speak and not be silent. captured the sloop Florida from deriving any benefit from
What about the nature of religious relate simply and sincerely what Do not be afraid nor ashamed! and its cargo of six bales of cot- her disaster." Bailey says that as will be the guest speaker. U. S. 129.
service will be Rev. W. E. Priest pastor of the
experience? It is something God has done for our souls. The Psalmist boldly said, "I will ton and a barrel of tar near St. yet he has received no official The anniversary
in the church church said the public is invited.
that God has done for the Those who have had many experiences declare what God has done for Marks. The Southern vessel was report of the ship's destruction held at 11 ajn. .

foul. This is the important thing.It have much to tell I my soul..' attempting to run the blockade. but he will institute a court of inquiry -

is not so much what God has could not put all my experienceson Peter was ordered not to preach The Confederate captain and crew to look into the case. Meanwhile officers and fifty-three privates of Bill Perry ElectedBill

done for the world, although He this page. I love to tell them.I Christ but he, too stood boldly jumped overboard and escaped. the Amanda's crew will the Second Florida Regiment Perry of Live Oak was elec-

has done so very much; not so remember how much influenceI and said "I cannot help but The sloop is not fit to proceedto be distributed among other ves- captured in Fredericksburg, Virginia ted alumni coordinator and Judy

much what God has done for the received for my life from a preach that which I have seen and Key West and her cargo is being sels of the squadron and thus the have arrived in Washington. Hood of Eustis was elected perm-

church of the age although He church meeting where a testimony felt and heard." shipped for adjudication pur- twenty-five additional men recently From communications received anent class secretary by the 1963

gave His Son as the Cornerstone.But meeting was being held. This was If we have been blessed with poses aboard the UJSJS. Bermuda. requested are not now in Tallahassee, it is known graduating class at Stetson Uni-

the Psalmist felt is I feel at one of our annual conferences.I wonderful experiences with God, Last night and again this needed. that these prisoners are from versity during the traditional

that the important thing is what remember how the old timers tell others that they, too. might be evening the ladies from Jeffersonand JUNE 7 The Washington Companies E, P, G, and H, Sec- Senior Banquet meeting on May
God has done for His soul. When would get up one after the oth- blessed. Madison Counties aided by Chronicle announces that three ond Florida. 30.


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PAGE_EIGHT q_ .... __ ___$ ,_ .,_ >_ SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, ,LIVE OAK, FL R1.DA. .... THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963

frtaIfc since the building and equipmentwere ways be a part of Suwannee. "But
I Beachville r o..1 destroyed by a recent fire. it is time now to forget the past

V meet to get this job done and get Graham Owen, chairman of the and say hello to the future," she

YUTmEAU the Branford School students Auditing Committee reported that concluded.
Rev. F E. Day of Lake City Mr. and Mrs.Jack Kennedy and IMPORTANT back in their classes with mini- they had gone over the books of Awards

:filled his regular appointmenthere daughter, Jan visited his in mother States-, The first bombers transcontinental struck London railway a severe was completed blow, May, Hay 10, 1941.10, 1863.The mum loss of time. the treasurer and everything was Brody Harris, president of the
Mrs. E. A. Kennedy, German .
Sunday, had good services Chamber and other famous buildings were de In order, and that the written report Rotary Club, presented the Out-
week end and Jan House of Commons,
last :
boro Ga.
and glad to have a numberof ,
were No.2 would be presented at the standing Teacher Awards to Mrs.
visitors. Mrs. Day and grand- stayed for a few weeks visit. stroyed.Christopher Columbus began his last voyage to the New World, the project. next meeting. Elizabeth Reid, senior high schoolteacher

; daughter, Miss Linda Day ac- Mr. and Mrs. C.of C.Gainesville Hemphill. Hay U, 1502.The American Federation of Labor was formed, Hay 11, The county health officer appeared Clyde Griffin, chairman of the and Mrs. Alma Bass,
companied Rev. Day. and son, Wayne, IRSfi. before the board and requested Beautification Committee, reported Pine View Elementary teacher.
We were also glad to have good visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie The Federal Emergency Relief Administration was created, May 12, that the door at the east that some progress had been L. M. Crews Jr., school board

attendance at Sunday School dur- Sunday. and Mrs. 1933. The coronation of King George, May 12,"1931 also made historyas end of the county stockade be enlarged made toward beautifying the member and member of American
ing which time John Tidwell and Mrs. B. E. Spooner "the longest radio program ever recorded. to provide for a storage Town of Branford although it Legion Post No. 107, presentedthe
attended the grad- of Rome by the
Norman Koon granted the Pope
Bobby Koon received their seven Possession of the Vatican was for bulky civil defense doesn't show yet, such as plant- American Legion Awards to
Mrs. Spooner's grand- The first successful American print. space
uation of 3 1811.
year perfect attendance record. Law of Guarantees, May equipment. The commission voted ing grass between the curbs and Glenda Brim, Joanna Tsacrios.
Miss Sheryl Turner, 13 181.
daughter, patented, May ,
We are proud of them. Jan Ken- Friday night in Jacksonville. ing Lewis press and was Clark started westward up the Missouri River, May 14, to authorize that the work be sidewalks, some palm trees, and Peat Crapps, and Franklin flow-
nedy received her two year pin established, May 14, done. some other projects that wouldbe
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and 1804. The Women's Auxiliary Army Corps was ers.Candy
several weeks ago. Trustees representing the Su- taken care of in the near fu- took top honors in the
Debbie of
daughter, ,
Rev. Marvin Odom filled his were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 1942.Regular air mail service between Washington and New York City I wannee River Regional Library hi ture.R.. awards circle by winning four
appointment at the Deep Creek Tidwell Sunday. started, May 15, 1918. The first Memphis Cotton Festival was held.President Live Oak came before the board. M. Chandler, publicity chair- awards for Valedictorian, English

Advent Christian Church Sunday. Latest news of Mrs. Odom is May 15, 1931. Mrs. W. L. Tedder, spokesman for man for the past year, thankedall Band Mathematics and Science
Mrs. James Sandlin and daughter from Roosevelt asked Congress for 50,000 warplanes May 16, the group, discussed the library of the chairmen of the various Other students winning awards

Linda, and sons, Carl and that the hospital she is expected early this home week. 1940. Iceland severed personal union with Denmark, May 1C, 1:41. in general and urged the board to committees especially the pro- were Jeannette Hingson. D. A. R.;

Don. all of Lake City, and Mrs. U.S. set the same millage this year gram chairman for furnishing Joanna Tsacrios, Valedictorian;
The first Kentucky Derby was held May 17, 1875. The first
Austin Cannon and daughters, for the library's operation as was the news enough in advance thatan Carol Adams. Salutatorian; Jean-
Be courteous to all; but inti- adheshc postage stamp was issued, May 17, IS1.
I Carol and Trudy, of Beachville set for the 1962-63 budget. article could be written for the nette Hingson Commercial; Peat
mate with few and let those few colonists massacred by Indians in Virginia, May 18,
; Some 300 were Crapps, Agriculture
and radio Carol
4 left Wednesday for Arkansas to The board approved a deputy newspapers stations. ; Adams,
I be well tried before you give them 1G44. A general price ceiling on retail goods went into effect, May Journalism Mark
Chandler said the ;
attend the wedding of their son sheriff's bond for Worth Clark. Suwannee Chauncey. In-
your confidence. 18, IM%. Democrat had dustrial Arts Rosiland
and brother, Ervin Sandlin. and been most helpfuland ; Parsons
The first immigration quota act was passed by U.s., May IS, 191. and John
Miss Bobby Pierce, on Saturday, cooperative in publishing the Flood, Danforth
June 1. Speed may save a minute the Prime Minister Winston Churchill addressed UJS. Congress, May No.3 stories that were sent to them pertaining Award; Cary Grant, Music: Wil-

We are very sorry to learn that grim reaper can use for prepar- 19, 1943. tee, reported they had contacted to the club. Also WNERat lard Parramore Social Studies;
f Mrs. Willie Odom is a patient in ing you to spend eternity in a hole The U.S. Army's first pilot school opened at College Park, Maryland prospective dentists, but had been Live Qak, and WGRO at Lake Joanna Tsacrios, Editor of the
I the Lakeshore Hospital in Lake in the ground. Slay 20, 1911. Charles A. Lindberg took off on first solo trans- unable at this time to procureone. City cooperated fully in publiciz- Annual; James McCullers Dra-
Atlantic flight, May 20, 1927. They assisted in selecting the
City. She entered last Monday, ing and broadcasting the articles matics; Barbara Jean Matthews
Lewis and Clark left St. Louis for a trip up the Missouri River, land for the medical clinic and Library and
i hope she will soon be much bet-> The most imflammable kind of from the club, he said. ; Patricia Wooley.
The American Red Cross was founded, May 21, 1881. the land had been surveyed the
May 21,1804. ; Chandler, under Betty Crocker Award.
ter: wood is the chip on the shoulder. recommendation -
The treason trial of Aaron Burr opened at Richmond, Virginia, deed had been cleared and wouldbe suggested that the title of Nine students won awards for

May 22,1807.The mailed to the Town of Bran- Publicity Chairman be changed perfect attendance. They were

German battleeWp, "Bismarck" was destroyed, May 23, 1940. ford on June 4 with a clear title. next year to Public Relations Vernon D .ughtry. Jack Nash

o o The Education Committee was Chairman that this was a very Travis Sapp, Jeannette Hingson,
The Brooklyn Bridge was opened, May 24, 1883. Peter Minuit bought headed by Alex Purcell, who is important Joanna Tsacrios
March 24 1626. post which should keep Danny Chandrler
Manhattan from the Indians for $24 worth of goods, ,
also the Mayor of Branford. He i
the name of Branford and the Constance Brim, and Bill
The first regular session of the Constitutional Convention was held, stated that his committee had I Branford Area Men's Club before Long.
May 25, 1787. The president issued & call for 75,000 volunteers for the made a survey of the local school' the public as much
as possible.
VT with Spain, May 25, 1898. and listed deficiencies as they saw .
Keeping a small bath- Evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk began, May 26, 1940. them and they recommended that DRIVERS LICENSESARE
neat is' a problem bombed by 500 superfortresses, May 26, 1945.
room t Tokyo was action be taken according to the No. 4 RENEWABLETHE
t: for any homemaker.There The UJS.Supreme Court declared the NRA unconstitutional, May 27, deficiencies that were found. I MONTH OF YOUR
just isn't enough storage 1935. The German ship "Bismarck" was sunk by British Naval forces, He stated that several of the wisely and fully. BIRTHDAY
; space for things that must 27 1941. She, too, noted that each senior
May deficiencies listed in their survey REECE BROWN I
be kept in this room. who walked across the platformto
The Canadian Dionne quintuplets were born, May 28, 1934. Mexico had been remedied and others COUNTY JUDGE
r A simple way to get receive his diploma would al-
Axis 28 194%. '
declared war on the May ,
: more cabinet space is toi were in the process of being rem- -----------------
i realize that it is possible Patrick Henry, protesting the Stamp Act, delivered in the houseof edied. Others, as yet had not I
i his "Caesar.Brutus" speech,May 29, 1765. A treaty of
to have more than one burgesses been acted upon, but hoped they
j medicine chest in the relations between the UJS. and Cuba was signed, May 29, 1934. would be in the very near future, DINE AND DANCE

room. By simple rear- May 30 is Memorial Day. he said.

rangement, it is possibleto Wilson Suggs, chairman of the NIGHTLY
have chests on each side The Johnstown flood claimed 2,250 lives, May 31, 1889. The 17th Agricultural Committee, stated

of the miror above the Amendment became effective, May 31, 1913. that this committee had been unable BAND ON SATURDAY NIGHT

'' lavatory. Corners otherwise Kentucky was admitted to the Union, June I, 1792. Tennessee joinedthe so far, to procure a veteri- Admission $2.00
utilized. the others thus providing a safer Thomas Edison for a Saturday
wasted can be Union, June 1, 1'196. A patent was granted narian for the community, but
i A third, or "extra" medicine place to store medicines and other vote recorder, June 1, 1869. had been successful in getting NO MINORS PLEASE

chest, if there are children in the items of potential danger to the Hitler and Mussolini met at Brenner Pass, June 2, 1941. Italy's improvements made certain
home, can be placed higher than youngsters.MOVING national plebiscite rejected monarchy in favor of a republic, June 2, rural roads through our most able LITTLE HICKORY

1946. county commissioners.He .
Wallis Simpson married the Duke of Windsor, June 3, 1937. The also stated that during the Formerly Country Kitchen
UJS. Supreme Court declared the Child Labor Law unconstitutional, Madison, Florida
year they had had one program,
S : SOON! June 3, 1918. a talk given by John Styles on the
Kaiser Wilhekn n died in exile at Doom, Holland, June 4, 1941. production of beef cattle.
entered Rome June 4 19<<.
FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC American troops They recommended that the
GREATLY REDUCEDWe Gen. Eisenhower, Montgomery, Zhukov and De Lattre signed decla club make the Agricultural Com-
ration by which four governments assumed supreme authority and missioner Doyle Conner an honorary We Need 1000 Bushels of BlackberriesWE
Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store power in Germany, June 5,1945. member.

June 6 is D.Day, name given by Allies to zero hour for invasion of Suggs recommended that the
France on the Normandy Coast, June 6,,1941. ARE BUYING BLACKBERRIES. We Will buy all
B&J GIFT SHOP new Agricultural Committee ripe blackberries (no red ones) delivered to our plant (McMul-
working with the Education Com- len Food Bank, Inc..) Live Oak, Florida. We will buy every
Conner Street, Next To Suwannee Democrat Schedule All Night Sing mittee and the members of the week day, except Saturday. Berries to be delivered to our
Jaycees club, give full support and assis- plant by 7:00 P.M. on day picked.
---In > tance to help secure new facilities We will
The Live Oak: jaycees win sponsor ing artists, including the famous pay 70 per pound or $3.50 per bushel. BERRIESmay
N an All-Night Gospel Sing Sat- Chuck Wagon Gang of Fort for vocational agriculture work be picked In buckets and brought to us in low hamper
baskets. Newspaper may be used to line baskets if
urday night, July 6, beginning at Worth, Tex. necessary
8 p.m. at the Agricultural Coli- Other groups expecting to attend Dixie Quartet, the Gospel Tones, Baskets May Be Secured At Our Plant.
tRltn 0Itl seum. will include the Way Lighters the Camp Meeting Boys, and the
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This is the first time a concertof of Atlanta, Ga.; Jan and Stan, Georgians Quartet, who can be
this type has ever been stagedin recording artists from Kansas; seen on Channel 10 every Sunday Check Old Fence Rows, Old Fields and Lanes.

1 Live Oak and will feature many Clyde Bevis of the Grand Ole morning at 8:30.

outstanding quartets and record- Opry of Nashville, Tenn.; the Details concerning advance pur- McMULLEN FOOD BANK INC.
chase of tickets will appear in ,
205 S. Houston St.
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Christian, leading the I Locked in a tight ball game,
Glen's Softball League, ran Into neither team was able to score r LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
trouble with cellar-bound Daniels until the sixth Inning when Ad-
Funeral Home Tuesday May 28. vent pushed over its sixth run
.but won the ball game 7-4. of the evening making the score ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 4
Advent Christian, following
their winning form in four un- scored another in the
defeated outings this season took I seventh inning and Daniels was Rec. Center SoftballWestwood j Mayor Fines Man $40 For Fighting?; ?; Disorderly ActionMayor IfII
an early 1-0 lead in the first inn- unable to muster a rally in the ..
Ing on hits by Jim Clayton and i bottom of the last inning.Westwood Shuts Out Daniels J. Marvin Phillips $40 bond. Other cases appearing on the
tarry Croft.It Langford Beats day gave Thomas Allen, Allen said that Scriven started court docket were David Paul:
appeared that Advent was In the second game of the of Live Oak, a fine of $40 row. He testified that Scriven Miller, charged with reckless driving .
off to another run-away, but evening, Langford Builders Supply Advent Christian Nips Langford days on the city streets for him with a cocked forfeited $15 bond; Barney C.
Daniels came storming back with squeezed out a painfully close .a. ing and disorderly conduct. He went home to get his Hart Jr., reckless driving forfeited -
in the bottom of the victory over Westwood Baptist two good In the top of the sixth for Dani
two runs Softball fans saw Allen told the Mayor but his mother stopped him $15 bond; John Singletary
first to claim the lead. Jim Nolan Church 1211. Thursday night as the. els as Bonds flied out to the left-
games and Crance Scriven Jr., he was leaving the. house with public drunkenness, forfeited $15
line drive doubleto The two played a tight, nip- softball fielder for the first out and
rapped a Recreation Department's
got into a heated argument gun. he said. bond and $2 costs; Johnny Stewart -
Earl Johnson and Larry and-tuck ball game throughout, Schenider and Hurst both struck
score continues it
league pace.
public drunkenness, forfeited
later developed into a fist "So you got out and went to
Evitt and the match was not decided In the first game of the even- $15 bond and $2 costs RichardH.
out.At Scriven,' who was also to see who was the best ;
Advent Christian took the lead until late in the bottom half of ing between Daniels Funeral the plate for Westwood. the .
Lindsey, public ,
for his part in the affray, ? the Mayor querried.
in the top of the second inning the last inning. Home and Westwood Baptist, the first inning started off slow as to appear in court and "Yes sir," Allen answered."If continued; Henry Holly, public
by scoring four runs, making the In the last inning Westwoodled Westwood team scored a shutout they scored only one run. B. Williams drunkenness, continued; G. C.
score 5-2. Dave Melvin. Gude, off with L. Brannon, Rupert 13-0 behind the two-hit pitchingof drew a walk and then scoredas you think we are going to Cook, colored, public drunkenness,
with that kind
of stuff in
and Russell Avery rapped back- Wood, and J. Williams loadingthe Pass Lee.Daniels Lee hit a sharp single past the neither team was able to_ up community you're badly mis- forfeited $15 bond and $2 costs;
to-back singles, scoring one run. bases on errors and walks. Funeral Home went Infield. across a run until the fourth ," Johnnie Warren, colored, public
Phillips "Those
And Harry Nobles cleaned the Poole stepped to the plate and three up and three down at the The second, inning indicated ing when Advent made two. out there charged.where drunkenness, forfeited $15 bond
bases with a booming triple. Then got, the pitcher out of trouble plate for two innings before fin- things to come as Westwood runs came as Jim Clayton like it, and it's the you duty of and $4 costs; Ottis Murrey, pub-
Nobles scored on a sacrifice fly with a long triple that clearedthe ally getting a man on base in the scored four runs. The runs cameas and moved to third as court and police department lic drunkenness, forfeited $15
by Chick Mullins moving Advent bases. top of the third inning. Williams got on with a single singled. Gude and Clayton "
out front by four runs. Poole scored on a single by E. Walter Olive got on with a and Holmes and Rupert Wood when Jerry Vann made protect its citizens. bond and $2 costs.
But Daniels was not through. Williams G. B. Dees hit a field- hard hit single but did not get loaded the. bases on walks. Jim an error.
Trailing 5-2 in the bottom of the er's choice to the shortstop andE. past first base as the next man Poole broke up the ball game witha Buddy Vann ended the 12)a Let's Make It A Date At-
second inning. Daniels got two Williams came in to score. Lee up Nathan Wooley, grounded out grand slam home run. on a ground ball to third Parker's Drive
men on base. Then Earl Johnson got on with a single and Decs; to Myron Holmes at second base. Westwood could not score in Harry Taylor came up In
brought them home with a hard was thrown out at third. Then Holmes came up with the ball and the third inning but made up for call and made the play at It's the perfect spot to eat no / I/I
lam that turned into a costly Lee went to third on a single by made the throw to first in time it in the fourth with seven runs. for the out. That ended the long waiting drive up and /
three-base error for Advent. R. Williams and the last out was for the out.Daniels The runs came as the entire team ing for Advent as they served Wonderful directly menu to to you choose in your from.car. ..I.
batted around drawing walks and get another base. r
threatened again in the man on Open from 11 ajn. to 11 p.m. except ti .
fourth inning as Johnson the singles. Langford Builders did not Fridays and Saturdays we \
catcher, hit a booming double Westwood scored one more run until the seven inning. are open from 11 a.m. to 12 pjn. -
WEEK-END SPECIALSAT deep into the outfield. Jim Nolan, in the bottom of the fifth to end Brown rapped out a single BIGGEST DRINK IN TOWN!
playing third base for Daniels, the scoring. The score came as moved to second as Hicks GIANT 24 OZ. COKES 30c
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In the fifth inning Daniels cen- throw. Final score was West- Brown came in on the lOc 15c 40c
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. and moved to second as the next Home 0. ford Builders. Harry Taylor BROASTED CHICKEN STEAKS
man up, Hugo Sotolongo also' Advent Beats Langford out to the shortstop and DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH
struck out to end the ball ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHESICE
11th Ave. drew a base on balls. Wayne The second game Thursday
Forehand went to third on a pass evening was a real thriller as Ad- This was the closest ball CREAM
ball but could not score as Dan- vent.Christian finally squeezed by that has been played in Parker's Drive In
, ny McCrimon hit a ground ball Langford Builders 2-1. league this year and JASPER HIGHWAY

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M the school facilities are not free Instances fire resistant If not fire the use of the following building

I School from environmental noises nor is proof. or parts of buildings should be Immediately
P-TA Survey ReportMay it free from smoke and dust. We However there are no outside discontinued. The con-

: find the site to be free from obstructions fire escapes; should a free fire, tinned use of these buildtegs is a
.I- as to light and air. Our and most fires are freakish In safety hazard and a continuing
study shows that there adequate some break out in of
18 1963 are ways any danger:
To: Members of Suwannee 1: .... : ? facilities for sewerage dist school buildings and block 1. The Armory.
County Board of Public : posal and that there Is an adequate the Interior stairways there wouldbe 2. The wood building north .f
: Instruction ".. ..; J supply of pure water. There no way of escape from the second the senior high school now being
From: M. R. Zinober, President, R ,1f are apparently adequate fire hydrants floor. The Junior High BuildIng used as a science classroom
live Oak Parent Teachers fl1r I : ;' :?'t easily accessible to the has In years past had fire 3. The wood building north of
Association 1 school properties. We do find escapes they are still there but the junior high school now being

Subject: Transmittal of Report of fz1 r q though that there has not been have been allowed to rust and used as a driver education class
SurveyOn / ( provided adequate elevation and deteriorate to the point that they room.I. .
drainage to keep the grounds free are not only unusable but The
September 15, 1962, the are upper floors of both the
president and vice-president of ti + x from surface waters standing in dangerous and a hazard. They J junior and senior high sfl1.eek.
the Live Oak P-TA appeared at a the low areas. should be placed in good repair
The Committee finds that there
Immediately or removed.As .
meeting of the Suwannee County SPACE COMMITTEE
Board of Public Instruction. The Is insufficient area for the pre- originally built both the Jun- '\". S. Townsend, Chairman
sent educational needs as the i ior High School
purpose of this appearance was to and High School The purpose of this Commme
inform the Board of the concernof site now exists that there wouldbe 1 buildings were equipped with stair j is twofold: First, to investigate
fZ.yn' aLA ) insufficient area to provide for
1 hand rails and panic hardware
the P-TA regarding the possibleloss S n future on existing school space condition:;
of accreditation of our schoolsby expansion needs. We find doors that opened to the outside, and to make recommendation,
the Southern Association of that there was not sufficient area ]however, over the years this j for the correction of any existing
Colleges and Secondary Schools. for physical education programsfor We also informed the Board that both boys and girls or for organized 1 and instead of being repaired j and secondly to recommend

we were particularly interested in girls. sports for both boys and ] has been left inoperable j ji plans if needed, for the future
We find
that most of the
the physical facilities of the i < removed entirely and thrownaway i growth of the school.
area is suitably fenced at the pre-j no attempt has been made
schools and that we intended to Existing conditions from
sent time, but we feel there are! i to replace any of
part this vital
make a survey of these facilitiesin insufficient space standpoint are inadequate
walks and i
order to determine what the i equipment. There, is not sufficient area to
driveways leading from some of The
probabilities of reaccreditation the school grounds are well drained. ]provide for the following:
were. We also stated that we were exits. The parking facilities i except the east end of the High i A. Physical education program
for the school
requirementsare School
certain that the school board as limited Campus stands under for boys and girls.
and will
well as ourselves were motivatedin c :C d grow progres several inches of water during wet; B. Organized sports for boys
sively more We
so. were concerned I
the way provide ; recently a side walk was i and
same that is, "to about the facilities for the safe installed girls.C. .
the best that provides dry pas- .
possible educationfor unloading of Not sufficient locker apace
our children and to provide a We found transported students. sage to the street but after each t D. Not adequate storage space
only a limited area rain
school system of which the com- which could be used for out-door water still stands over most for school supplies, books etc.. as
of the
munity itself can be proud." At PICTURED ABOVE are P-TA committee Everett Williamson, School Board Chairman Otto educational activities such as The east exterior end of the campus. well as janitorial and mainten..
the conclusion of appearance of the
our presentation chairmen who conducted the school survey and Dickman, M. R. Zinober, Jack Bispham Mrs. John gardening nature study etc. Be buildings is ance supplies.
satisfactory but t
the school board very gen- E. Not adequate restroom
school officials standing in the high school library Adicks Mrs. Lewis M. Tucker, David M. Austin cause of the rather crowded conditions adds nothing to student pride F. space
erously approved the intention of the General layout of schoo;
the P-TA to carry out the survey 1 From left to right they are Mrs. G. B. McLean Jr., T. W. Roper Jr., B. W. Helvenston HI, Mahone necessarily interfere playground with noises the The condition of the interior of plant does not provide for efficient -

and agreed to cooperate in carry- ;Mrs.Thomas C. Cheek, School Superintendent Rees and Daniel F. Chandler. class room activities though attempts the buildings has improved in the movement of students to and
ing it out. last few months but is still not from class.
On March 2, 1963. in a letter to :Senior High students were not efficient due to lights or to a hospital This must be j have been made in the past satisfactory due to the shortageof G. Inadequate library space
Mr. Williamson which was requested 6. Students should be delivered not burning for some reason or provided by the parent or the teacher |to school correct the situation. The maintenance and janitorialhelp It does not seem to this Committee -
to be transmitted to the 1*to the school which they attend in other. In other areas, there were or principal personally. | area either badly landscaped assigned to each building.: that adequate con ectiti._'
school board, we made the follow-j the bus in which they are picked no lighting facilities at all namely, There is no..official provision for or not landscaped at all[ One man is expected to do work measures can, or should be taken
ing statement "Our approach to up. the wood working shop. In soma this service. and the appearance is to the detriment that in hours would be full timefor to correct at this time the space
this survey has been and still is The transloading of the Pine areas, there is a mixture of colorof 8. First-aid equipment This ] of the school. The maintenance two or three men. deficiencies recited above. A sur-
that we are performing a service 'View students at the High School lights. The lighting in the classrooms was provided in both schools. ; and appearance of the buildingS The cafeteria, football stn dsvey, for purposes' of accredit
on behalf of the Suwannee County 1 which is done now is one of the in the old armory is very 9. Filing facilities for health records ] do not meet the need. As far um, and the Junior High auditorium lion is to be made shortly how-
Board of Public Instruction. We ]most potentially dangerous operations poor. In fact when tile'upper floor These are kept In cumulative as the location of the present, are the only facilities avail ever, there is not now ample time
are collecting information which 1 in the transportation sys- of the armory is being used, the folders and are accessible to, buildings on the site, we find: able for civic activities and so I to correct the present deficient
should be of advantage to the 1 tem. fights flicker on the lower floor. teachers and the health nurse. :from efficient use of the total I far they have been adequate, space requirements.
school board in carrying out its 7. A school boy patrol could This indicates faulty wiring and is A few general observations made i 'area and from an appearance however, such use is at night and l This leads to our second purpose .
responsibilities in the performance ]help' maintain order and see that a very definite fire hazard. Most by individual members of the committee standpoint that the buildings are more area lighting is needed.SUMMARY recommendations for fu-
of its duties in preserving and I students stay in walks and cross rooms in the junior and senior high ''follow: satisfactorily situated. ture requirements. Even though
maintaining the physical facilities I streets only at designated walkways school do not have shades or "There should be blinds for the As to the evaluation of the site The inspection revealed the fo 1[- time permitted corrective mea o;>
of the school plant in a safe and ; to walk not run so that blinds. These are necessary to girls' physical education dressing; situation we have the following lowing: ures to be made immediately on
healthful condition and conducive ]loading and unloading could be control the outside Light into the room or the windows should be comments: We found as to accessibility 1. That the buildings are safe existing facilities this Commute
to the most effective educational I accomplished: ( in an accident free classrooms. There is not sufficient painted on the inside. the site is very good structnally. feels that the present school art't .\
situations." I and orderly manner. light in the Home Economics "The dish washer in the cafeteria As to whether the site is favorableto 2. That the buildings are not t and location is completely inado-
Our view of the survey whichwe 8. Bus drivers should stay by 1 building. Many of the rooms are functions poorly." health, we find only three areas i safe from the standpoint of fire quate to provide for the immedi-
have conducted and the results 1 their buses and supervise loading l land painted a correct color but in "The cafeteria needs a new which we would recommend improvements and maintenance eg; missing ate future educational needs of
of which we are now report-I ] unloading at the schools. others there is a mixture of colors. dishwashing machine." or changes. That the steps on fire escapes, no nan, : our community. Statistics haw

ing. remains the same; namely, HEATING "The drains are bad in the cafeteria traffic and transportation dangers skid treads on stairs no hen d[- been analysed, compared, and
that we have performed a service SPECIAL SERVICES Our committee found a numberof and water backs up in the which would include the loadingand rails no panic hardware on doors projected. Without becoming in-
for the school board by makingthe COMMITTEE unvented space heaters. The floor drains." unloading on the open street: 3. Basically the buildings are: volved in a statistical presentation
survey. It has been our feel- Ben Gilmore ChairmanOur 1 heating plants in the junior and "On the plus side the teachersha f and the open street itself, be co r- sound and can be restored. suffice it to say that it be-
ing that the information embodiedin committee finds that the J senior high schools are not ther- ve done an excellent job of? rected. That the drainage faciliti! 4. The buildings have not been comes obvious that projected enrollment
these reports is needed by the auditorium requirements are adequate 1 mostatically controlled. Also they making their individual classrooms in the low area for surface water maintained properly.it will render existing facilities -
school board to carry out its man-I and in general are very good. cannot be controlled so that one cheery and comfortableconsideri be corrected. We found that This in the opinion of the committee ,- completely inadequate fcn
date by the people of this com- As for the needs we find that floor at a time can be heated. The g whatthey have to, would be impossible to correct the! is 90% of present building: 1965. Therefore the expenditure
munity. Had- we not supplied the. there is need for stage lightingand heating plant in the Home Economics work with." environmental noises and dust.In inadequacies. of funds for capital improvements
information, it would have had to there is also a great need for building is noisy and blows .C terms of the number of students; RECOMMENDATIONS to expand the present school plant: ,
be procured some other way. This dressing rooms equipped with dirt through the ducts on the food WATER AND SANITATION enrolled we find the size of the 1. That plans be made now I to I in its present location, is unwai-
service procured from a commercial lavatories for both boys and girls. that students are preparing. The COMMITTEEDavid site very poor. In terms of how construct a new high school plant, ranted. It is Imperative that plan,
source would have been I There is also a need for storageof heating plant in the Agriculture Young:, ChairmanThe adequate the site provides for educational [- in the Pine View area. be made now in ordr to have =zufon -
extremely costly. Instead of this, I stage properties.In building does not operate properly.It Water and Sanitation Committee activities, we find the! 2. In the meantime, continued i ficient facilities available for the
many members of the P-TA donated the cafeteria we find that the does not heat the space it is de- of the Live Oak P-TA has[ conditions only fair. We four l a stepped up program of maintenis future. It is our finding that no
their time energy and following is needed: signed for. There is a need for a ]made three tours of the school the condition in which the groan i ance of present buildings by adi [- long-range plans have been made
thought cheerfully and with en- 1. More seating. good maintenance program in this j facilities of the Live Oak Schools.In are kept to be poor, and the esthetic i- ding competent repair and jail|- This is a must.
thusiasm to the conduct of this 2. The cafeteria should be designed area. ; our tours we considered 18 con quality of the school grounds: i tonal personnel. The Committee recommends the
survey as a public service to the so that it could be used for We, the committee, feel that a school board. other purposes. good maintenance program would j Southern Association considers I Again, the Committee is conj iSAFETY COMMITTEE 1. Maintain existing facilities
We now offer this report to 3. Toilet and lavatory facilitiesfor eliminate some of the problemswe i necessary in the physical plant ofa j| cerned about the traffic both p riBill Roper Chairman as well as possible with the least
you as the fruits of our labors boys and girls. found. However, we also feel ; school. vate passenger and bus during the We, of the Safety Committee of possible expenditure.
gratuitously and with open hearts. 4. Sanitary cooking equipment. that most of the illumination and Specifically, our findings were school hours through the school]l the Live Oak P-TA, have made 2. Immediately make plans for
We have no ulterior motives. All 5. Dish washing facilities. heating problems are of such a ;as follows: property. three tours of the Suwannee; facilities to care for future projected
we ask is that you consider our 6. Screens are badly needed on basic nature that a complete 1. The sanitary conditions of Most of the above suggestionscan I County schools In Live Oak. enrollment.
findings seriously and act on them all doorways to control the health overhaul of these facilities is the toilets were unsatisfactory.They and should be corrected in the! We find that many essential l -
accordingly. The reports you are and sanitation hazard of flies. necessary. are badly in need of main near future. However, as to the! safety facilities are badly in need l FACULTY SCHOOL PLANT
about to read were prepared pain- 7. An office with typewriter, tenance and janitorial services number of students and size of the! of repairs or are completely lac kCOMMITTEE:
stakingly and represent the ex- 1 files.desk and other office equipment HEALTH COMMITTEEMrs. in other words good hard cleaning present high school and junior ing. These deficiencies make for> Kenneth Wood Chairman
penditure of many many hours of for manager of cafeteria. G. B. McLean, Chairman and scrubbing. high school and adequate room for very dangerous conditions and It is the opinion of this com
discussion, writing revising, editing In the junior and senior high; The Health Committee had a 2. There were strainers missing expansion, we would suggest long i : steps should be taken to have, mittee that our primary purpose 4-
typing and retyping and fins schools, our committee finds that total of nine items for considers>, over the floor drains in both boys term planning for the removal of them corrected immediately. These; : to make recommendations which
ally preparation for presentation *the principals' offices are too' tion. These were felt to be of and girls rest rooms in the junior portions of the present 6th through l steps follow: if Implemented, will provide the
at this time. These reports repre- small and that there is a need great importance in order to meet; and senior high schools. 12th grades to new locations to allow I- 1. All buildings should be equipped i- type of setting conducive to
sent the distillation of the best 'for the following: the basic health needs of the children 3. There should be toilets for the remaining classes ade- with new doors that open o u learning.; This committee is w"+Ml
thinking of many people and are 1. Proper and adequate office[ in high school and junior both boys and girls on each floor quate room. It is not our intention l ward and should be equipped with aware that a school plant is nor
offered with the greatest respectto space for guidance service. The! high. The health committee met; in the senior high school. to recommend specific action I panic bars. the only requisite to learning. Ware
the schoolboard. It is hoped the ]present facilities for this vital 1 twice and made the tour of the i 4. There should be stall partitions along this line, other than to I 2. Dangerous wiring and faulty just as aware however, that a
report will be received in the same service we consider to be made buildings with the assistance of for privacy for each of the comment that according to our light fixtures should be repaired well planned, esthetiealiy executed -
way.Before 'quate. one ,of the instructors. The groups commodes in the boys' toilets. study the present location as it is; or replaced in all buildings. and properly maintained
beginning the actual 2. Private office for adminis now is overcrowded and that 3. Electric water fountains
pre- were gratified to have the oppor 5. There should be separate I school plant is much more conducive -
sentation of the reports it shouldbe trative assistant. toilet planning to correct this should be, which are in bad condition shouldbe
tunity to make the tour and all[ facilities for the male tea- to learning than one which
pointed out that the various 3. Public waiting room. members are willing to do all they chers. started as soon as possible. repaired or replaced in all bull deteriorated to the present con-

committees worked from stand- 4. Faculty rooms with adequate can to help and assist the Live 6. There were an insufficientnumber Ings. dition of Suwannee Jr.-Sr. High
ards set up by the Southern Asso- facilities. Oak P-TA and school officials of drinking fountains. BUILDINGS COMMITTEE 4. Some buildings such as the School.

ciation itself. These standardswere make our school one of the best. There should be one fountain for Mahone Rees, Chairman Nettie Baisden School have no it should be further understood
taken verbatim from an CLASSROOM FACILITIESCOMMITTEE Following are our findings: each 100 pupils both inside and PURPOSE-The purpose of this fire extinguishers at all. These that this committee's purpose u
official publication of the South 1. Furniture The desks were outside the buildings. The waterIn committee Is to inspect, evaluate! should be provided wherever, to recommend necessary Improve
ern Association and are the actual Nicky M. Tsacrios, Chairman In fairly good repair and weregeared the outside fountains need not and report on the adequacy of the needed. ments rather than to fix blame or
standards which will be used by This report has been compiledas to the size of the pupils be refrigerated but water should buildings now in use by the students 5. The fire alarm system shouldh count costs.
the evaluating committee when it a result of several tours conducted in ,general. However, there were be available. of the Suwannee High; L be a different sound than tmade ie Our recommendations are in
comes in the Fall. by this committee of the no left-handed desks "available 7. The unsanitary conditions in School. The evaluation to be regular school bell. two parts: A & B. Rec mmenda..
TRANSPORTATIONCOMMITTEE physical plant of the Live Oak Most of the rooms were individually the 'shower and locker spaces in j: against an acceptable standard. 6. There are several unvented lion A is our first choice. Reeom-
Schools with regard to existing attractive. the physical education department SCOPE-This report will cover gas heaters in the armory find mendation B fat our second choice
Dan Chandler, Chairman classroom facilities, and reflects 2. Space for physical or health] are due to overcrowding of the following subjects as they pertain several of the other buildings After careful consideration, weand
Generally, we of the Transpor the opinions and findings of many examinations There is no space these facilities. to the buildings of the Su- This is not only unhealthy believe that to implement recommendation -
tation Committee found the trans parents and citizens of this con available for this in either build 8. The temperature of the wash] wannee High School: unsafe but dangerous and illegalas B would be more expensive
portation facilities of the Suwannee munity. ing. ing and rinsing water in the cafeteria A. Safety for students. well. and less satisfactory than
School system to be adequate. Generally speaking the class- 3. Private office for school is not high enough for safe-j B. Condition of property.C. 7. The senior high school buildIng recommendation A.
We have listed below several[ room facilities are adequate however nurse This was missing in both *y- Maintenance of property. should have at least two o tRECOMMENDATION A
comments and suggestions. We believe an overcrowded conditiondoes buildings. This is desirable and 9. The swarms of flies in the D. Extra activity use. side fire escapes. 1. Construct an entirely new
that when these are put into, exist in some areas. The onlyL ] necessary in conjunction with cafeteria are not only unsanitary REPORT AND COMMENTS 8. The junior high school fire school plant at a different leeaand -
practice basic improvements can L solution to this problem is more sickroom facilities for physicaland but are a health hazard. All doors Although the total building site! escapes should be repaired, tier, away from city noises and
be made without a major outlayof space. health examinations and fthe or in the cafeteria should be screen: of the Suwannee High School Is put hi safe condition. distractions, and preferably in an
money. Direct communications with health counseling. ed. not now adequate, from the number 9. The armory should have at area where commercial bssines-

1. We found many If not mostof ; general office Is missing =, adjustable I- 4. First-aid room or infirmary of pupils standpoint, however, least five fire extinguishers ises are not readily accessible to
the buses unclean. There wan shades for windows are with suitable cots or beds Thiswas SCHOOL SITE COMMITTEEe the buildings are placed on the! side the building on the groundin students. The area west of Pine
accumulation of litter and sandon [ missing throughout all classrooms missing completely in B. W. Helvenston, HI, ChairmanThe available land so as to present l floor and two in the upper part of View School seems to us to be
the floors and the seats and l are not equipped with high school building. The allot 1 School Site Committee after attractive appearance and provide -. the building. ideaL If this site were chosen, we
glasses were dirty. The eliminationof t clocks which function properly> room in the junior high schoole Inspection of the High School efficient use. 10. The windows In the armory believe additional acreage should
this condition is obvious. and several classrooms do not ha v building is too small and has no facilities, and based on the questions The available land at this site Is; should be equipped with soand me be purchased to allow for future
2. Some buses had broken wind clocks. ventilation. Such a room shouldr in the check list supplied us not adequate as used today l kind of safety guards. expansion.
shields and windows and some The lights, desks and oth have toilet and lavatory facilitiesdirectly. by the School authorities, presentL affords no provisions for expansion 11. The parts of Wilbur Street %. in the event of any new eon-
tires. looked questionable. furniture seems to be adequate for accessible to patients. following findings as we see in the future. Suwannee Avenue, and Church strnetion, a representative teacher -
3. A plan of rotation is sug the present time. Also there should be arrangementsto them. COMMENT Avenue which have school areas from each department should
gested whereby a certain numberof It is the unanimous opinion of insure privacy for patients. As to the accessibility and location It is suggested that some: on both sides of the street should act as a consultant to work with
buses are purchased each yearassuring the committee that the area most 5. Provisions for meeting dietary of the High School property thought be given the developmentI have chains or gates across the en- the architect in planning the
facilities without a mass; needing attention, and without needs This is available on we find that it Is readily accesSible [- a new high school plant In tire width of the street during plant
purchase becoming necessary. further delay, is the maintenaneeof request of students who are sick or to the majority of students the Pine View Area and cap anvehicular school In order to exclude RECOMMENDATION B
4. Overcrowded conditions existon ; the existing facilities.ILLUMINATION have special dietary problems. served on hard surface roads and sion of the Junior Higher traffic. We believe the following recommendations -
buses. We found that this Is 6. Provisions immediate isolation walks. It is located In the cent : the present high school pin t.1Z.. Facilities for the safe loading are necessary If Sue -
caused In a large part by the AND IIEATIh'hin G of students suspected of of, the present and anticipatedschool If this Is done it would eliminate and unloading of buses should > wannee Jr.-Sr. High School to
transportation of students wit L COM1\IITrEE- carrying contagious or infections population. We do how- crowding and the use of substandard t- provided.We remain a satisfactory place to hold
the city limits and who live onlya Dave Austin, ChairmanILLUMINATION diseases This essential facility: ever, find as to the loading and class rooms. of the Safety Committee. school. This recommendation conand -
few blocks from school. is completely lacking. unloading of students from school The buildings are safe fromfree the are of the opinion that unless silts of several parts and Is at-
5. Covered loading areas are! We found in some areas adequate 7. Transportation for studentswho buses that the area Is not standpoint of structural defectst until the above repairs reply:e- tached to the full report as an apnude -
needed for the Junior High and lighting.facilities but they are ill and must be sent home from traffic dangers. We find and dead spaces and are in most ments and alterations are tN-o. 2 'ConU ued. on Page 12))


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I f' ()fg I Miss -Aue To- Wed Here And There I i Mrs. Culpepper- Circle.Hostess I

t Joseph, Strange Circle Two of the First Presbyterian I It was announced that Mrs. H. J.
Church met Monday afternoon -I Boyles would give the taAcufcWe
Henry Aue has announced the and Mrs. F.ston Milton of Mrs. returned
Mr. Ellwood Sabine
in the home of Mrs. L. E. Bible study of Jeremiah toe dale
engagement and coming marriageof Quitman Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Le- home Sunday after visiting her Culpepper on Suwannee Avenue. to be announced at a later date.

WOMEN his daughter, Shirley Ann. to roy Milton and children Phyllis, son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. J. L Dunn, circle chairman It was also announced that a pio-
Joseph D Strange son of Kirs. Sandra, Susan Mary, and Roy, granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. presided over the meeting. nic would be held on July flwt
Nellie Fowler of Jacksonville.The and Mrs. Icsome all of Mel- Gerald Rhea and Donna Lynn in for the circle.

ceremony will take placeon bourne, visited Mr. and Mrs. Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. Sabine was The monthly emphasis was given

CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor Friday, June twenty-eighth, at Glenn Milton last Friday evening. accompanied by her daughter, Page-Purvis by Mrs. Jackson F. Btepham.
eight o'clock in the First Baptist
Mr. and Mrs.
Other guests were Mrs. Margie Dedge. Mrs. Norman Proteaaan gae
Church of Jacksonville.All Arnold Brim, Mrs. W. J. Nipper Guests at the home of Rev. and Nuptials Set the Bible lesson Matthew, Chap*
Miss Is Mrs. Haddon HostessTo relatives and friends of the Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Parker, Mr. Mr.
Castleberry Mrs. Nelson B. Melvin are Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lafayette ter 21 Verses 1-11 and 33-27. .
Gleaners Class couple are invited to attend the and Mrs. L. F. Williams and and Mrs. George R. MacLeod Sr. I Page of Lake City announce the:: Mrs. Culpepper served ref t-lh-

Luncheon HonoreeMiss wedding and reception.. Caroline Hart. of Providence R. r.. and the Rev. wedding plans of their daughter; ments during the social hoer.a .
Edith Ann Castleberry The Gleaners Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Hunter and Mrs. L. B. Melvin of Lake- Miss Mable Annette Page to .
bride-elect of June was guest of Class of the First Baptist Church and children. Terry and Tracy, of land. Mr. and Mrs. MacLeod are James Albert (Jimmy) Purvis
met in the home of Mrs. Frank Mrs. Bass Honors St. Marys, Ga., were week end They Donna RheaMr.
honor at a luncheon last Tuesday the parents of Mrs Melvin grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Lynn
Randall Haddon Monday evening June 3, StudentsMrs. guests of his parents, Mr. and here on the occasion. of Live Oak.
given by Mrs. William Former are visiting --- --- -- Presley Register and Mrs. Gerald A. 1 Bta
Slaughter at her home on West- with thirteen members present.A Clayton Bass entertained Mrs. W. W. Hunter. of their grandson's graduationfrom The ceremony will be performedby announce the birth of a, daugh-
moreland St.Arrangements. covered dish. supper preceded with a buffet luncheon Saturdayfor Mrs. Jake Milligan and Mrs.' Suwannee High School. the Rev. W. H. Gray Sunday, ter. May 22, at "The Lady ofLake" fte

of Shasta daisies the meeting.Mrs. senior girls former students Virginia Thomas of Madison spent Miss Pat Dickman of Miami, June 9, at four o'clock in the afternoon Hospital in Baton Rio s e.
John Leonard, class presi- seven
Monday with Mrs. W. J. Nipper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto at the Mt. Olive Baptist
gladioli, and. roses were used at dent, presided over the meetingand of Mrs. Bass, at her homeon La.The
Mrs Tom
Mrs. W. J. Nipper,
Dickman of Live Oak. recently Church. baby weighed MX pound*
vantage points throughout the Mrs. Floyd Fairbanks read the Branford Road.They were
home. Miss Martha Jean Allen. Miss McGlamory, Claude Adams and returned from a trip to Europe Following the ceremony a reception and 4 ounces and has been naraed
the devotion, "Putting ChristFirst"
Sharon Bird Miss Jean Hitt. Miss Caroline Hart spent last Wednes- where she visited England Scot- will be held in the Edu- Donna Lynn Rhea.
On the luncheon table were .
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don land, Denmark and Italy. cational Building of the church.No Mrs. Rhea will be rememberedas
Miss Gayle
Lawson, i
place cards hand etched in gold The report of the May class Thelma Nipper in Palatka.
LavonneandMiss Horry Hair Jr. of Tallahassee invitations were sent locally the former Miss Lorene Sabine
which resembled pages of wedding project was given. It was an- Wynne, and Miss _
Miss Pat Dickman of Miami
of Fitzgerald, spent Wednesday in Live Oak but all friends and relatives of the of this city.
nounced that the June Lynda Rogers
spent the week end with her par- with his mother Mrs. H. H. Hair couple are invited to attend the .
The honoree received a piece of to be a love gift for a father
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dickman.
Ga.Garden wedding and reception. (Office Supplies at McCrimea's)
flowers were used to
silver in her chosen from
pattern on Father's Day. Sr.Mrs.
i Miss Lois Jean Holmes is spend- G. A. Lee left today
the hostess. There being no other businessthe form the floral designs for the .
ing some time here with her parents fora
(Thursday) for Atlanta Ga.,
Present with Miss Castleberrywere class adjourned by repeatingthe luncheon. A green linen cutwork Mr. and Mrs. Holmes.
visit with her son-in-law and
her mother, Mrs. John Cas class verse in unison. cloth embossed with white roses Miss Susan Pa-
Culpepper of daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
tleberry, Mrs. Tom Cheek, Mrs. The next meeting will be in the was placed on the serving table. latka is spending a week here she
Ralph Cox, Mrs. Frank FutchSr. home of Mrs. Lawrence Lee. The focal point of the table wasa Mattingly. Friday
with her
grandmother, Mrs. G. W.
owl hold- will be a guest at the Piedmont
., Mrs. Sam Koff Mrs. Harvey white fluted graduate Cook.L. .
Perry, and Mrs. Winston Radford. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) ing a diploma. Gladioli inter- P. Riding Club where her granddaughter -
Taylor Reform Ala., Miss Sara Lee Mat-
with white chrysanthemums -
in a crystal snifter basedon spent the week end with his son tingly, will be presented as one o
and daughter-in-law, Mr: and of the season's debutantes.Mrs. .
milk glass was placed on the
SUWANNEE VALLEY DAIRIES table. Mrs. Wallace Taylor. Mr. Taylor! C.W. Sperring and daughters -
also attended the graduation of Miss Frances Sperring and
Each guest was presented witha I' ,
his daughter, Miss Nancy Taylor. Miss Betty Sperring have returned DON'T PLAY
gift of costume jewelry an -
Lex McKeithen of Tallahassee home from Lake, Mich.,
Drive In StoresTHREE original poem in the fonn of a
doplima written for the guests. spent the week end with his par- where they visited Mrs. Sperring's
r ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKeithen. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

.. Mrs. C. R. Neeper.Mr. .
STORES IN LIVE OAK AND ONE Bride-Elect Reggie McNeill of Tallahassee and Mrs. H. A. Pattersonand
IN BRANFORD TO SERVE YOU. spent the week end with his parents Jr. and children, Laura Paula -
Party HonoreeMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dave McNeill. and Guy, left Monday for their

R. H. Tyson and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Bennett of Orlandois home in Burleson Tex., after
Homogenized Winston Radford were hostesses visiting her parents. Mr. and spending a week here with Mrs.

MILK Gallon Jug gOt last Thursday for a miscellaneous Mrs. A. A. Golden on Rt. 5. Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Save 24c A Gal. shower for Miss Edith Ann Cas- Bennett attended the graduationof W. T. Cornutt.Mr. .

tleberry, bride-elect of June in her sister, Miss Bonnie Goldenon and Mrs. J. W. Bland Jr. UNTIL YOU GET A LONG DRIVE IN COMET AT

Golden Guernsey Milk power-packed with protein the home of Mrs. Tyson.A Monday night. Miss Golden of. Tampa were week end guestsof
cloth of white over will return home with her sister their parents :Mr. and Mrs. W.
l/2 GaL In Glass 48c cutwork MERCURYDEALER'S
. . . YOUR
pink was placed on the refresh- a few days visit. T. Cornutt of Live Oak and Mrs.J. .
1 ment table which was centered Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Deese W. Bland Sr.. of Falmouth.Mr. .

BUTTERMILK with a crystal candelabra holding and daughter Sherry, of Talla- and Mrs. W.T. Cornutt and
CHOCOLATE lighted pink tapers and an arrangement hassee spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Patterson and

OLD FASHIONED of pink petunias. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans. children, Laura, Paula, and Guy .
4 Cultured :MILK Other arrangements of pink Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith and spent a few days last week at Su ':j.'v: .
family were called to Ocala this -:
DRINK 46c daisies were placed throughoutthe wannee.
V2 Gal. 32c Yz Gal. home. week due to the death of his Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cornutt ( )

GlassCottage The hostesses presented Miss brother, Carl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Patterson Jr. 1.1I0.\

Castleberry with some of her Miss Elizabeth Ball, Miss Ruth and children Laura, Paula and
Cheese 1 Ib. 25c 2 lbs. 49c chosen china. McLeran, Mrs. Winston Johnson Guy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. VISIT

Made of Fresh Skim Milk Large Curd in Ice Box Plastic and Mrs. Elizabeth Howell spent Bland Jr. spent Sunday at Hart
several days last week in Orlando Springs. RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE.

Miss Castleberry attending a State Bookmobile a '.
Workshop. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
new 'tis different, country style Party HonoreeMiss

patties, 8 oz. VegetableMARGARINE II Edith Ann Castleberry was I''
the honoree at a "Coke" party

............ 2 for 19c given by Mrs. Tom Cheek last
Thursday.An .
arrangement of daisies were !
placed on the television in the

family room and an arrangementof
mixed spring flowers were on
CREAM qt. 55c the refreshment table in the din-

So Good With Breakfast Cereal ing room. : '
... : nry)?.;r q Kyi'r:5:5; : :. :
Mrs. Cornelius Davis greetedthe r.v, ::...xvr .. ., ..;u. Y.G r r4K ,
guests at the door. Mrs. Ru-
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dolph Scott and Mrs. Nicky .q; 'Yv
Fresh Large Tsacrios served. I ,

EGGS................... 3 doz. 99c Thirty guests. were. present. 1 GENERALS ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC

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BREAD 2 for 31c At t
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Elizabeth Ball director of: rKEC&EK i
the Suwannee County
SHOP FROM YOUR CAR Library will tell stories for chil- -

dren next Monday at 10 a.m. at

Your Milk A Full Day Fresher the library in Live Oak. ,'.
The stories will be: "Three "
Store Hours 8-7 thru i' ,
-Monday Saturday Strong Women" (a tall tale from I

Japan); "Idy" (the fox chasing ..f.fI Iuuat 9 tttc111'{
Day cow); "The Magic Calabash" (another .
I tall tale): and "Andy Jackson's :
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DOWN TO EARTH TE !WIly FAiBLY BY LLOYD ItIAM; It is obvious that a building program and ceO to the highest and best bidder Ohio Avenue Live Oak. Ffertts and to
for eaah at the front door of the CourtHouse provide service at 9wanee Hotel located
ambitious the Implied
as as one -
.1. in Live Oak Suwannee County, at 2** South OM Avenue. Live
> DADOr WHEN >WE Y SAY NO MORE/ SUDIN6 TOWEL RACK in the P-TA motion is indeed Florida, to satisfy said frdceneat and Oak: Florida who will act henceforth as
USE EXTRA TOWELS+ ) IU MAKE A a long range one. But it Is eats on Jane 17. IBM. daring the legal agent of the teiegra company. It the
SEND END Of INNER. PARTSU&K6 hours of Ale the following described application is granted substitute sen ke
r F FDA Requires Hog WEWVENOSUCXN6 PLACE TO HANG RACK FOR TOWEL YOU S CnON OF ROD cur 7t? the sense of the P-TA that the property to-wit: will be available from 8 .... to 8 pjn
t: ? THEM FDVi A TO SEINE AS t&'REC' LEN&TH school board should begin think- One 5 b-p. air compressor>> serial N. Monday through Saturday aad from 9
A #4ANlX.E lines 2S7898. with S h.p. Dayton Motor a.m. to 1 pan. e* S..day. from Suwa -
wanaN ROp \ and planning along
ing j No. C004 and 200 Ib. air
I compressor>> nee Hotel. 293 South Ofcfe Avenue. Live
I t Cholera Vaccination as soon as possible. -- tank No. PST 982717 and air compressor Oak. Florida. Any member of the public
It should also be stated at this equipment Type YAP 6006, desiring to protest or support the cios
J serial No. 276599. ing of this office may communicate ia
lei q \ r iYp time that the members of the Suwannee County, Florida writing with the Federal Communications
Hugh Lewis Sheriff Commission Washington 25, DX.
By Paul CrewsAgricultural suP; r P-TA, individually and collectively %-5
on or before June 18. 1948.
S B1DCK1L are ready. : willing and anxiousto 8-4
i Agent i their share of the inevi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
As of September 1, 1963, swine of 30 days before being added to ra:a A. such as is being envisioned in this IN RE: The Estate of FLORIDA IN PROBATEIN
moved from farm to farm within the herd. ANDtJJPPOR.r report. The P-TA is not only Deceased. CIMMIE B. THOMPSON SHEA

the state or through stockyardsand Any swine owner desiring to v s.tJtA: aware of the costs of a building Notice Of Filing Petition For Final Deceased.
back to treated for hog 10 K- : Discharge Of Administratrix Notice Of Filing Petkio For Final
livestock markets have his hogs
program but will cooperate in TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Discharge Of Administratrix
farms must show evidence of cholera may make application every way it can to assist the Notice is hereby chen that I hare TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
filed my final returns as Administratorof Notice is hereby given that I wi i
vaccination against hog choleraat through a qualified administrator. school board in financing such a the Estate of Fred L. Newman deceased file my final returns as administratrix
least 21 days prior to move- This vacicnation program will project.We ; that I have filed my petitionfor of the estate of Cfasmfe B. Thompsn
final discharge and that I will apply Shea, deceased; that I wiD file my petition
ment. continue as has been done in the Carolina, has reared its ugly head closed meeting of the Executive lay our work before you. to the Honorable Reece Brown for final discharge and that I wi,

The new regulations are partof past. Serum and vaccine will be now in Suwannee County. Thisdisease Board of the P-TA last week. As a With it goes our hopes for ourchildren County Judge of Suwannee County apply to the Hon. Reeee Brown, four

the State Hog Cholera Eradi- distributed without charge has been found in a num- result of that discussion it became and the pride of our I Florida the same on June and 10 for, 19CS.final discharge for approvalof as on ty Judge:Monday.of Suwannee July 1st.Cewnty 1948., for Florida approval ,

cation Program which went into through qualified administrators ber of counties in North Florida apparent to us that the physical community. As heavy as our bur- Administrator of the estate of Fred L. of the same and for final dischanre -

1 under the direction to farmers who are owners of facilities of the school presentedtwo den was yours to decide upon a Newman deceased. aa administratrix of the estate
effect February this year, and seems to be spread- DATED at Live Oak. Florida this of Cfanmfo B. Thm.... Shea.
of the Division of Animal swine in Florida. Herd owners problems a short range course of action is greater. With 23rd day of :May 1S6S. :May 28. 19C3.

Industry, Florida Department of must be willing to submit to ing.Farmers should be extremely problem and a long range prob- our report goes our best wishes %.5 SRobert R. Newman Administratrix EDITH BARTON of WOLF the estate cfCimmie

Agriculture. The program was permanent ear identification where Black Shank is lem.The for a wise decision. B. Thompson Shea, de
cautious short range problem is one Live Oak Parent Teachers NOTICE ceased.
the Florida swine however.It I I
known to be present. This diseaseis Notice is hereby chen to all persons 1.&
industry in trying to vaccinate as is estimated that hog cholera fungus and can be of re-accreditation. We have I I I I AssociationM. whom it may concern that I win not be
possible during the costs the swine industry about caused by a heard opinions that this is not a R. Zlnobcr, President responsible for any obligation incurredby NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR
hogs as
many equipment,
farm by Alfred TRADE NAME
scattered on anyone except or LAW
grace period before September 1. 40-million dollars annually or approximately and on your problem at all. These opinions go T. Airth as my attorney in fact. As of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Swine through stock- 45 cents for each pig tires of trucks cars on to the effect that we definitelywill this date. Mrs. Sarah Chitwood will own Notice is hereby given that the xidersigned. >-
passing shoes, by birds or by running reaccredited by the Eval- PUBLIC NOTICES the business known as Chitwoods Grocery pursuant to the fietiti. us
yards and livestock markets which marketed. In addition a numberof many other be Tavern and KotelCLIFFORD name statute. Chapter .**.. or Se,"-
have not been treated against hog foreign countries that arecholera.free water, and many uation Committee which is to visit CHITWOOD SR. tkm 815.". Florida Statutes 1941 WI':
ways.A us in the Fall. In none of the INVITATION TO BID 8-6 register with the Clerk of the Cirri?'
cholera at least 21 days prior may ; restrict or prohibit field having Black The Suwannee Hirer Authority will Court in and for Suwanaee Counts
be sold only for immediate importation of pork from the known walked opinions however, was any evi- accept sealed bids for the following IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida upon receipt of proof of pub; "
Shank should not be dence adduced in support of the materials to be delivered at a boat ramp THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT cation of this notice the fictitious name
slaughter to recognized slaughtering United States. FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN- to-wit:
through or driven through by any situated in the NEVi of NE%. North
in opinion.It the Withlacoochee Hirer NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYIN WARE'S PHARMACY
establishments approved by Cholera has been eradicated and East of
other farmer except the owner.If is our opinion, and we adduce Section 83, Township 1 North. Range RE: Adoption of under which I will enrage in bnslnes"
the division. Canada. Through their programof could be quarantined,' 11 East in Hamilton County Florida: Judith LuAnn Hunt I expect to engage In business 11
the field the foregoing reports as evi- less than 15 cubic James Howard Hunt II Branford Florida and my address is
Pigs under eight weeks of age, "not living with hog cholera", "Not yards nor
it would be good for other areas dence in support of it, that thereis more than 25 cubic yards of 2500 Brentice Denise Hurst Suwannee A YflHIe.
nursing officially vaccinated sows developed around 1910. they have in the future. There is no known real danger of the loss of ac- lb. test ready mixed concrete." TO: James Howard Hurst whose residence The extent tt waersMp i* entire
may be moved without evidenceof successfully eradicated the disease Quote prices per eubie yard F.O.B.above is unknown. W. S. WARE SR.
control for Black Shank. Rota- creditation. It should be recalled.. location. Bids will he opened inI You are hereby notified that a Com- Dated tM 29th day .< May A D.
vaccination. Upon arrival at with only several outbreaks dur- plaint for the Adoption of the above 1911.
resistant varie- the office of the Suwannee River Au-
and 1 I ;
tion of crops that the standards used in the
their ultimate destination these ing the period. 1947-1962. Eachof thirty Live Oak. Florida at 10:30 a.m.. named children to-wit: Judith LuAnn W. S. WARE SR.
ties offer some help but these foregoing reports were the actual Tuesday Jane 11, 1863. Hurst James Howard Hunt II. and a.I
unvaccinated pigs must be isolated these outbreaks was believedto It wouldbe .4 Brentice Denise Hunt has been filed
from all other swine for a period have originated from Importations give only limited control. ones which will be used by the % fn the above styled Court by Judith IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF
much better to avoid going on evaluating committee from the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, G: Mitchell and Jesse R. Mitchell and SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
of U. S. pork. you are required to serve a of RE' The Estate
that has this disease and IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY copy your of
a farm Southern Association in the FaU.
Anyone suspecting or knowing FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Answer or Pleading to the Complaintupon BARBARA L. ZEIGLER
taking other precautions to pre- The possible loss of accreditation RE: The Estate of the Plaintiffs Attorney Wm. Deceased.
FOR YOUR about the existence of hog cholera than it will be DELLA G. MITCHELL, Randall Slaughter, P. O. Box 508. Lice NOTICE TO CREDITORS
vent its occurance then, in our opinion, is the
immediately report it directly to Deceased. Oak, Florida, and file the original in All creditors of the Estate of Bar-
TREE TRIMMING & to rid a farm of the disease. short range problem. This problemis Notice Of Filing Petition For Final the office of the Clerk of the Circuit bara L. Zeigler. deceased, are here!>\'
TREE REMOVAL the Division of Animal Industryin The farms in Suwannee County particularly acute because of Discharge Of AdministratrixTO Court Suwannee County Florida, on or notified and required to file any claimsor
Tallahassee Telephone Number ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: before the 28th day of June A. D. 1961 demands which they may have
TRENCHING'ORDITCHING with this disease need not advertise the shortness of time remaining Notice is hereby given that I have if you care to contest the same otherwise against said Estate in the office of the
222-4940 or the Agricultural Re- the fact that they have the before the arrival of the evalua- filed my final returns as Administratrix the allegations of the Complaint County Judge of Suwanaee County
: search 356- the Estate will be taken as confessed by you. Florida, in the Court House at Live
Service Jacksonville of of Delia C. Mitchell
*.k disease. This will only tend to ting committee from the associa- deceased; that I have filed my petitionfor DQNE AND ORDERED in Live Oak. Oak. Florida, within six calendar months
CALL 6834. Ask for the Hog Cholera spread the disease by curiosity tion. The only solution which we final discharge and that I will Florida this 27th day of May A. D. from the date of the first publican,
Section and a representative will see is the immediate employmentof apply to the Honorable Reece Brown. 1963. of this Notice; which is the JOlb, day
seekers. Lavaughn A. Sessions of May 1963.
bounty Judge of Suwannee County
FloodConstruction be sent to investigate the report. This is a dreaded disease; one additional skilled building Florida on Jane 25, 1963 for approval Clerk of Circuit Court Each claim must be in writing and
Black Shank trades personnel and engage in a of the same and for final discharge as Snwaonee County, Florida must state the place of residence &11.1 1
Co. that should be handled very par- Administratrix of the estate of Della C. (SEAL) post office address of the claimant amt
Black Shank Disease of tobacco ticularly so that its spread can crash program of repair, replace Mitchell. deceased. By: Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C. must be sworn to by the claimant, 11:1
long prevalent in the shade ment and alteration as indicatedin DATED at Live Oak Florida this 1.1 agent, or his attorney, and must 1 *
362.2101 be contained to the smallest area filed in duplicate it will .
tobacco 23rd day of May, 1963. or become v!:iJ
areas and in the flue- the foregoing reports. NOTICE according to law.
Farmers in Suwannee SLorene M. WeldonAdmialstratriz
--------- I cured areas of North and South possible. The solution to the short range Notice is hereby given that application T. A. ROWAND III. and
County should do all they pos- 2-5 was made on the 14th day of T. A. ROWAND IV
in cooperating to con- problem however, is further com- May 1963. by the Western Union Telegraph Executors of the Last Will ant
sibly can plicated by the long range prob NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Company to the Federal Com- Testament of Barbara L. Zelgh*
tain this disease. Notice is hereby given that I. Hugh munications Commission to close the deceased.
A Thought For TodayBy For further information on lem.The is to Lewis, as Sheriff of Suwannee County telegraph office located at 110 North 3-6
long problem
range Florida in and by virtue of that certain -
BRODY a HARRIS Black Shank contact the Coun- provide school facilities 10 years execution issued out of the Small
office. Claims Court in and for Suwannee
ty Agent's
from 5 from
now or even years
County, Florida wherein D. L McCraw
.. "Find a need and fill it. now which are adequate in every is Plaintiff and D. C. Greene Presi-
respect and perhaps we may even dent, d/b/a Greene's Top .I: Wind-
x. No matter what station No.1 shield Company, is defendant, by virtue I
our life each
.. ;,i. one of hope for facilities which area of that eertain judgement on Public
., K. x us has something to offer which will enable us to that the caliber of playing is get- little more than just adequate.At record of Suwannee County, Florida I 4-
a enrich the life of another. It may not necessarily ting better and better as league the meeting of our Executive have levied upon and will offer for sale ,
be a gift of material value. Very often a thoughtful play .
progresses.A Board last week which was mentioned
.. ;<. ? deed or a few words of kindness will fill a
[ : great need for friendship and sympathetic under- record number of spectators above, after hearing and LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

: standing.- These are small seemingly inconsequential witnessed the games as the counted discussing the drafts of the fore- DEEP SEAFISHING Phone 382-3111

4 .4 things, it is true, but in filling the needs attendance showed 261. Anyone going reports the following mo- Adults 50c Children 20c)

of others, we cannot help but feel a greater sense who enjoys good ball playing will tion was made and passed unani- Tax Included
of enrichment in our own lives. do well to come out and see these mously: BOX OFFICE OPENS
Monday Through Friday, 3:15
teams play. The Executive Board of the Pa-
Saturday 12:45
All boys who are between the rent Teacher Association of Live From- Sunday 1:15 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night

FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor ages of 13 and 15 and who wish Oak supports the principle of Steinhatchee Fla. i!

to "play baseball this summer provision of entirely new physical i THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JUNE 6-7

Suwannee County Residents should come by the Recreation school facilities for Junior and on

Senior High Schools, these new DOUBLE FEATURE
Center as soon as possible and
register to play. facilities to be built at a new site. "The WINNER" VARAN S

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