Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00340
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 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: UF00028422:00340
 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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I QTHINKIHtll Sutcannee High Graduates Await Diplomas At Commencement Mrs. H. F. Airth] Council Endorses

. 86, Of live Oak,

With Louie C. Wadsworth

Funeral ThursdayMrs. Douglass ProjectCity

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Action needed.It .
H. F. Airth. wife of the
Orders Cost Estimates
is becoming more and more late Dr. H. F. Airth and a longtime ,
obvious that employees of the resident of Suwannee Coun- '

railroads passing over the cross- ty, "died this morning (Wednes- Plans Meeting With County .
ing on Ohio Avenue have no regard day) in the Florida State Hospitalat

whatever for the conveni- Y 1 Chattahoochee.Mrs. The City Council Tuesday endorsed the New Doug-

ence or safety of the people of Airth 86, mother of five lass Recreation Center Project and instructed the super-

this city. The total disregard children was the last of a gener- intendent of public works for the city, Mahone Rees, to
practiced in seeing that the safe- ation. She was born in Helena
estimate for the swim-
work up a cost building proposed
ty gates are lowered only when Ark., and her family moved to
trains are actually passing over Live Oak when she was a teen- ming pool. .
t The Council voted to have a
almost -
that crossing is demonstrated age girl.
4h ,
joint meeting with the Board of
daily. L. Mrs. Airth was a member of the
Department Approves County Commissioners at the
Thru the years I have written Order of the Eastern Star, the
earliest date. The city's
about this practice many times. t Live Oak Woman's Club, and St. Posto//ice ProjectNinth action followed a discussion by
railroads Luke's Episcopal Church. One of
of both
officials District
High CongressmanDon
c i L. M. Crews Jr., school board
have said "it will not happenagain" her primary interests was centered Fuqua announced Tuesday member and former city councilman -

It appears either they return around a love of music. that the extension and moder- in which he informed the
offices and for- She is survived by one daughter -
to district nization project for the Live Council that the county had already -
get us or that train crews ignore Mrs. Leonard Shear of Mi- Oak Postoffice has been approved agreed to help build a pool
instructions.The ami; four sons, Frank Airth of by the Postoffice De-
on a 50-50 basis with the city.
Jacksonville. George Airth of .Miami -
time for patience has partment.The Crews pointed out that over a
passed. Now is the time for city William Airth of Live Oak, project will consist of a thousand dollars over $330
officials to step in and take firm and Alfred Airth of Live Oak; complete renovation of the postal from colored contributors had
The two sisters, Mrs. Pie Porter and air conditioning, expansion -
action to halt this practice. areas been raised to help speed up and
a Mrs. Sally' Clark, both of Perry.
and of interior from
arrest of those responsible space defray expenses for this project.
their appearance in Mayor's Courtno .. Funeral services will be con- 7,324 square feet to 8,764 feet, After some discussion, the
doubt will bring action that 1, ducted at St. Luke's Episcopal and approximately 6,727 feet of Council agreed to the priority of
Church Thursday, June 13, at 11
patient and courteous requests additional paved parking area, the Negro swimming pool and .
aon. with Rev. John M. Haynes
have failed to produce. Fuqua said.Attorney. with
to getting
Suwannee High School's Class of 1963, dressed the moment when their name is called and they officiating.The agreed
the guards were under with all due speed.
week per-
Last in the traditional white robes of graduation, sit take that long walk across the platform Monday, family requests no flowers. way
mitted to stay down for 20 min- Plans for this recreation center -
patiently in the packed Coliseum as they await June 3. The graduating class totalled 118 seniors. Rather, it suggests contributionsto Scores
utes while an engine switched Better Mental Health, Box began shaping up when the
.several blocks west of the cross- 3000 York school acquired the property adjacent -
New N. Y., or dona-
ing. This was during the noon At State Convention Merchants UrgedTo tions to St. Luke's Episcopal Need To Protect to Douglass High School
hour and traffic backed up for Church. through condemnation proceed-

,blocks. Display FlagsThe ings. Since then, a bill has been

Local residents no longer heed Suwannee Youths Adults To Elks Lodge requested today Water ResourcesJackson passed through the Legislature
the signals as they should, for so that merchants display Junior ChamberTo authorizing the school board to

many times there is no engine in Receive Honors At FFA Meet their flags Friday, June 14, in Brownlee, attorney for sell revenue certificates up to
sight and many have become accustomed observance of "Flag Day" in the Secretary of State's office, $75,000 for building a gymnasiumon
around the -America. Sponsor Sing the Kiwanis Club a rundownon the site, the certificates to be
to going Members of the Florida Association of the Future j gave
retired by the county's track)
few of the latest measures race
guards. In fact, I have seen local a
Farmers of America in Suwannee will be well decoratedat
to if taken by the state to protect funds.
residents .not 'even stop see All-Night MeetingOne
r a train was coming before going the state convention this week. Association Lauds Florida's water resources. In addition, the school board
around the safety guards.What : Both adults and youth from this county are scheduledto of the nation's best known Brownlee noted that Secretaryof arranged to deed the remainderof

t this receive awards at the state-wide convention.James and most widely listened to gospel State Tom Adams is acutely the property to the county and
worries is that
me to tragedy Earl Ross is a candidatefor Retiring TeachersThe singing groups will highlight the interested in the future of the city jointly so their public funds
practice could lead a the coveted American Farmer Jaycee 'Numbers9 Suwannee County Jaycee-spon- state's water resources, and takesan and equipment could be used for
for the odd, are against an ac- Degree of 1963. State Farmer De- Suwannee County Educa- jsored toy McCormick sundown I active part in the activities building a swimming pool that

cident"t hardening. grees will-,be- awarded Wally Project ProgressesThe tion Association *.he1d--- ).1ts final to sunup all-night old camp meeting conducted by the Board of Con- would be adjacent to the' proposed -
i'think Chief IIwoodIiawardshould ., Edwards.Gene Box. Del Williams, Junior Chamber of Com meeting f6r the school year Fri- time sing here July 6 at the i servation.'The-attorney noted that gymnasium."l
pay close attention to this and Peat Crapps. Edwards is alsoa merce's house numbering pro- day, June 7. in the Junior. High Coliseum. he became a member of the sec A Joint committee composed of
situation and unless an improve- candidate for first vice presi- ject has been stepped up to a School Auditorium. Jaycee President J. R. (Bob) retary's staff specially assigned to members of the three boards

ment is made hail those responsible dent of the Florida Associationof two-day per week operationwith Hugh Ingram, field representative Cason said the group will head a keep abreast of'water problemsand agreed that this proposed action
into court. The people of Live FFA. corrected numbers now being for the Florida Education list of 8 to 10 gospel sing artists draw legislation to curb them. was expedient.The .

Oak are entitled to use that cross. Honorary State Farmer Degrees placed on Pine Street and Association spoke to the group on and hillbilly talents, some of them Brownlee called attention to the swimming pool once built
1 ing with only reasonable delays will be awarded to Clarence Rat- South Ohio Avenue. legislation pertaining to school straight from the Grand Ole Opryof Water Resources Bill that recently would be operated under the Jur-

caused only by trains passing over liff, owner of Ratiiff Motor Com- The project which is obviously matters. Nashville, Tenn. passed the Legislature.Prior isdiction of the Live OakSuwannee -

the tracks there. pany, and Claude Crapps Jr., 'a large undertaking will take Rev. Cornelius Davis gave the The gospel group which will no to the 1963 session, the County Recreation Center
president of the First National some time to complete, newly devotional. Routine business mat- doubt draw the longest and loud- Board of Conservation could create I with maintenance and upkeep for
Bank. installed Jaycee President Bob ters were taken care of and com- est applause will be the Chuck regulatory districts to super- the pool budgeted as an item in

The City Council deserves a Aubrey Fowler, manager of the Cason said. mittee reports were given. A pro- Wagon Gang of Fort Worth, Tex, vise and regulate water resources in the regular recreation budget.
pat on the back for stopping the Production Credit Association is "It is impossible to catch posed school calendar was recom- I a singing aggregation which has he said. While three districts Crews noted that a Negro con-
practice of merchandise being serving as publicity chairman for everyone at home. And if they mended to the school board for I produced thousands of gospel mu- were created primarily to assure tingent would be added to the

displayed on sidewalks in frontof the convention, and will present should miss you, please contact 1963-1964 school year. sic records and have been heard proper drainage the board could I board to make recommendations
places of business. Favorable State Farmer Degree Keys. any member of the Jaycees or Two retiring teachers Mrs. for many years by countless millions issue rules to regulate water in for the governing of the swimming -
comment has been heard from State School Superintendent call 362-2412 after 5:30 pjn.," Susie Hill of Branford and Mrs. all over the United States. the entire district. pool. The gymnasium, how-

_several since this practice stop- Thomas D. Bailey said represen- Cason urged. Pearl Johnson of McAlpin, were The Chuck Wagon Gang will Brownlee explained that the ever, would be operated and administered -
ped. tatives from 170 chapters in the The price for having corrected honored for their outstanding be just one of the groups how- Water Resources Bill provided for by the school board.:

Sometimes it is hard to convince state are expected. These chap- numbers mounted on your service as teachers in this county. ever, which will include such settling disputes on the local lev- Trash HaulingIn
some people that sidewalks and ters have 9,621 members in 58 property is one dollar. The city Officers selected to serve during standbys as the Prophets Quar- el by a committee of citizens appointed other business the Council

streets are for the benefit and counties. has agreed to put up street the coming year are Mrs. BurenL. tet of Nashville, the Sunlighters by the governor. This discussed problems that have

convenience of all the people not During the convention the boys markers when the house numbering Dunavant, president; J. W. of Atlanta, Ga., the Georgiansof measure thus provides local con- arisen with the city's hauling of

something for individual use. will compete in contests for cash project is completed. Massengill, vice president; La- Valdosta, and such hillbilly _trol of local problems.To trash away from street gutters.In .
That leads to an observationthat prizes totaling over $5,600; 14 Cason said the Jaycees have Nettye Harrell secretary; and favorites as Clyde Beavers of protect everyone's rights, the frequent instances large quan-
thoughtless double parkingand cost-free trips to the National several projects coining up in Mrs. Lillian Keen treasurer. Decca records, and San and Dan, bill sets up a Water Appeals tities of trash, trees, and con-

disregard for the rights of FFA Convention in Kansas City, the near future and would wel- Retiring officers are Henry a pair of kids from Kansas City, Board to rule on the correctnessof struction materials have been put

others are complicating the traffic Mo.; seven trips to the National come into the club young men Folsom, president; Ralph Hall, Mo., who have cut themselves a decisions of the local board in in the gutters to be hauled away
problem. To permit delivery Junior Vegetable Growers Con- that are interested in workingfor vice president; Mrs.Barbara Min slice of popularity in the coun- cases where disgruntled personsNo. by city equipment.

trucks and automobiles to'double vention in Pittsburg; and four "a bigger and better Live ter, secretary; and' Mrs. Oleta try music field. ( 3 Continued on Page 8)) Since this service was started

park while the driver drinks a cup scholarships to the University of Oak and Suwannee County." MacMillan, treasurer. to convenience residents by haul-

J i of coffee visits with neighbors ort Florida. Allen Receives Service AwardE. ing away light trash it appears
New officers will be elected at Cason Distinguished the service has expanded into a
f t shops, is carrying things too far. Installed President
t Live Oak's police department the meet and 177 Future Farmers bustling, free-haul service. The
needs to give this situation at- will receive the State Farmer De- Council discussed adopting some
i i tention. In most instances a wordof gree, highest FFA award in the Junior Chamber Names AllenCounty's reasonable and consistent poKey

i caution is all that is needed state. In addition, prominent toward curbing some of the hauling -
citizens throughout the state will or collecting revenue for it.
for many times this practice is Man M s /
thoughtless and not deliberate. receive honorary State Farmer Outstanding Young However, no action was taken at
Degrees for their contributions toward this meeting.
developing agriculture and The Junior Chamber of Commerce Friday named The vigorous house-numberteg

I the FFA. Jimmy Allen recipient of its Distinguished Service Award, campaign currenty being conducted -

This newspaper has had many Six school girls, representing and Bob Cason and a new slate of officers were installed v. IIHm by the Jayeees, brought up the
items in recent weeks about local FFA Chapters will compete for I by R. A. Green of Lake City, Jaycee district vice presi- 4 subject of providing new and accurate -
boys and girls graduating from the title of FFA Sweetheart and I dent. city street signs. The

colleges and universities in many $200 in prizes.No. I R. M. (Buddy) Frier presented Council, upon recommendation of

; parts of the nation. We take great ( 2 Continued on Page 8)) Allen with the award ,that an- in the state, McCall and one of Rees and Councilman M. J. KIrby -

,,, pride in these accomplishments nually is given to the Jaycees the five outstanding young men voted to purchase a patet
for many add prestige to the com- choice baking apparatus for manufac-
of the outstanding young in Florida, Paul Crews.
munity by reaping honors as wellas Elks To Conduct turing the signs.
man in Suwannee County. Frier The district vice president told \
diplomas.The fFlag Day' RitesThe was last year's recipient of the the club that for the first time With this machine, the eiilr
distressing part of this honor. since he had become memberof could make its own signs at e-
fine record is that most of these Live Oak Elks Friday will Allen is the tenth "outstandingyoung the Jaycees every club in the siderable savings. Sign material*,

young people will of necessity go conduct a ceremony in recognition man" to receive the award second district was holding an brackets, and pipe can be orderedas
to distant places for employment of "Flag Day" and hearan since its institution in 1953. Other installation banquet similar to needed.

due to a lack of opportunity here. address from Jasper High winners are C. O. Palmer, Herb this one._ i The Council accepted the resignations -
I do not have the solution but School student, Donnie Weth- Wadsworth W. D. Gunter Jr., Continuing to point toward the of policemen James Afll-
I do recognize that far too manyof erington, winner of a state- Paul Crews John H. Quinn Ru- Junior Chamber's progress he (No. 4 Continued on Page 8))

our fine young people elect to wide speaking contest sponsoredby dolph Hatch, B. W. Helvenston noted that there are now 8,000 J

accept responsibility and the duties the Future Farmers of Am- m and Rev. Travis Carter.In Jaycees in Florida and over a i
David Gets
of citizenship in other erica. Crapps
addition, awards
were presented quarter-million in the nation. The
than their native county. David Eggleston newly installed to Eugene McCall and annual budget exceeds a million f Engineering DegreeDavid

What can be done to change president of the order, Gerald Gamble. ,McCall was dollars and the group is fast be- K. Crapps of Live Oak,
this increasing trend I do not noted that the Elks the .H
are only named the outstanding young coming one of the most influential son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C:
know but I do feel that this is a fraternal group in America to' farmer in the state and receiveda organizations in the country Crapps Jr., Saturday receivedhis
major problem that should con- require formal observance of plaque from the United States he said. bachelor of science degreein

cern all of us. In order to grow "Flag Day"Eggleston. Jayeees, Gamble received a plaquein Ronald Green reported on the civil engineering with honors
and prosper we must attract some said the order has recognition of being named the progress of the 'club during the in commencement ceremonies
'of these young people back home. no foreign affiliations and pre- outstanding farmer in su-
young past year. Green noted that one at the Georgia Institute of
We need their leadership and scribes that all of its
poI membersbe wannee
I of the club's biggest successes was Technology (Georgia Tech) In
I tential.No American citizens. The Elks Ronald Green, outgoing presi- the Christmas Party in which Atlanta

I opportunity should be 'overlooked have embraced the American dent of the club, noted that it is Santa Claus (Bill.Summers) talked David was one of more than
'that would offer opportunities Flag as.its "symbol of self-dedi quite a distinction for this club to at least 800 children. The M. ,Buddy) Frier (left) presents Jimmy Allen the Jayeees 1,000 students to receive their

here to these collegetrained cation to' God to country and -one of the smallest in the state .Coca-Cola and Nehi bottlingNo. Distinguished Service Award Friday at the dob's installation ban degrees in the annual rites at

youngsters. to fellow men" he concluded. -to have the outstanding farmer ( 1 Continued on Fare 8) quet. the Fox Theatre..PK. .


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you still feel it? That spine-

*- OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Happened In stiffening tingle, that hollow feel-
River Valley" Ing in the pit of your stomach
"In The Heart Of The Suwannee
the burning wetness in your eyes,
BANNER Consolidated LEADER CdLt Lab' when you see the American flag
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established County
in the breeze
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner snapping briskly
Are you one of the dwindling

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ number who still are proud to

Prank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ -- ,-- Breed'"There remove their hats and cover their
Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate 1938-1953 hearts and stand erect when the
only 2,000 country which not doing so well .
Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising are are flag passes in a parade, or whenit
left In America that losing population. But
newspapers are
is hoisted at a ball game?
Second Class Paid At Live Oak Florida
That was the rather startling other country towns
.UBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $ i The Files Of The Information supplied by television there which are have found industry to replace Or are you, blase one of and the uncaring.new sophisticates -,

RATES Outside Suwannee County $ DEMOCRAT researchers and broadcast over dwindling farm income and who consider such public displayof

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance the American Broadcasting Com- there are still plenty who are still patriotism and emotion childish -

pany's national network In a recent thriving in farm territory. and maudlin and silly?

Rt MEMBER OF 1923 program called "A Vanish- Wanting to emphasize their Showing respect for the flag Is
Ing Breed: Portrait of a Country "vanishing breed" theme, the TV not to be interpreted as a sign of
i Florida Press AssociationW OO per carload. Editor." program concluded with an awe- weakness and futility or soft-

To check the accuracy of the some dirge: "This week 2,000 headedness. This has been the
SUWANNEE COUNTY '' list of jurors for the spring week less -
TV figures we checked the new- publishers next mistake of several dictators in
Chamber of Commerce circuit Grover court Jenkins.are F.D.J.Hel-Q. est edition of the N. W. Ayer Directory next week less and less this country's brief history, and
of Periodicals. This shows It all sounded very dramaticand
they have found that Americans
Robert Hart G. L.
9,319 non-daily newspapers in the we might have shared our
M. Bailey James A. have a sincere, strong feeling toward
Diagnostic Lab To Benefit SuwanneeThe J. L. Bellamy. L. S. Al- 50 states. A breakdown of that tears with those of the announcer their country, which they
list shows possibly 2,500 news- had we not had the Ayer statistics -
show in their
Hatch observance of
E. J. Dasher J. P. customs
growing livestock industry in Suwannee papers which might conceivablybe to fall back on. In 1961
Brannen, T. W. Scott. W. J. regarding the flag.
-received a shot in the arm recently when the Henry Howes, W. T. classified as "suburban" Instead Ayer showed 9,325 non-daily Showing the flag, and observing

approved construction of a diagnostic laboratory in George W. Helton, Cos- of "country". newspapers in 1963 the total the respectful customs which surround -
county and a $44,000 appropriation to build and .Daniel Hines P.W.Al- That still leaves 6,819 non-daily was 9,319 a total loss of six Its showing are ways we

the facility. G. B. Ross, J. J. Brannan newspapers which so far as we newspapers in two years. Americans have of letting the

This facility will be equipped to speed Beach. W. P. Atwell J. A. can determine could fit nowhere Perhaps the TV boys were world know our country is today

diseased livestock, and subsequently, speed their V. E. Bevan.,R. H. Fryer except in the"country newspaper" miffed because, as they reported. what it was when the flag was
Oscar In addition there are almost Landon Wills of Calhoun. Ky..
Henry Bailey category. first flown
ment and effect measures to protect stock that may a free people, a
G. W. 1,200 dallies published in who was picked as their exampleof
in of C. W. Rogers. world power, a land of opportunity -
danger contagion.
Sr., Will H. Fletcher J. A. towns of under 25,000 population, "the vanishing breed", doesn'tbelieve a nation recognizing the rights
Suwannee cattle and swine producers as C. O. Hawkins, and Mur- the majority of which would fit in television and doesn't and obligations of both
others in this area will be saved a lot of hardship Sweat. into the same category.As even have a TV set. dividual citizen and the in-

inconvenience by this laboratory. Currently, the for a "vanishing breed" -, Wills did a fine job on the pro- politic. the body

diagnostic facility to Suwannee is in Kissimmee. To organization of the Dough- there are, as the TV program I gram. He gave us the feeling thatif Perfection? Of course not.

port diseased stock this distance for diagnosis Motor Company in pointed out some farm towns he is an example of today's The flag was never meant to

considerable investment in time and money to our gives Live Oak another I indicate perfection. It was designed -

:who can ill afford either. Consequently, many commenced sales company business.and to indicate our historic

have lost stock to disease rather than make the company will sell the well- WASHINGTON STRUGGLE for perfection, whichis

Kissimmee. Often this loss is more expensive than Hudson and Essex auto- continuing now as strongly and

trip would have been. Nevertheless, it is only natural and operate a first-class REPORTBy actively as ever.

the farmer, who is a businessman, to figure the odds station and carry a com- This country is plagued today

he stands to take a licking either way. line of parts, Madge Dough- with troubles throughout the

With this diagnostic laboratory here, however, be manager of the sales United SPESSARD States L.Senator HOLLAND world troubles and we have internal
as serious
unhappy situation will be much improved. Diseased departments and his as any experi-
experience in the automo- enced in a hundred years. But
mals that are discovered in this area can be will prove a great POSSIBLE CIVIL RIGHTS training of individuals to work we are facing these troubles, here

this facility swiftly and with a minimum of time and i I to this company. BATTLE IN CONGRESS Like with retarded children. While the and abroad with determination

pense. the rest of the nation. Congresshas amount authorized is large. I that they will not get the better
Much of the credit for obtaining this facility - 1938 been giving much attentionto voted for passage because there is I of us.

to Representative McDonald and Senator Roberts. beginning with guitar the civil rights problems which undeniable need for such facilities The flag Is this symbol of un-

efforts and effectiveness is attested by the by Charles Musgrove have been pending in so many throughout the country. waivering faith in our nation in

support of the measure by both houses of the Allen. federal courts and are arising CONGRESSIONAL RESERV- ourselves, in our God. that we can
The senate passed the bill unanimously while one from serious racial friction in ISTS In remarks on the Sen- leave our marks here and that
Collector M. M. Foxworth both south and ate Floor this week I supportedthe the world will be better off by
tion vote was cast in the house that one by a many places -
week warned property continued holding of reserve having been here.

can. that the prescribed penalty north. recommendations military commissions by members The famous American naval
Doyle Conner, Florida's Commissioner of in payment of The President's are expectednext of Congress. I see no conflict officer Stephen Decatur, once

also supported this facility for our county. The taxes would be asses- for legislation The situation requires of interest, as has been charged said. "Our country! In her inter-

i sioner testified in favor of locating the laboratory in all property on which as- week.heads and patient consider- in some quarters, in members of course with foreign nations may

wannee County before the house agriculture is not paid by July 1. level ation. If drastic recommendationsare the Congress retaining such com- I she always be in the right; but

and the appropriations committee. And his testimony received which conflict with missions. our country, right or wrong."
fluenced these committees in their favorable Branford Chapter of the Constitution and are based I feel that Senators or House This Is the kind of man who
Farmers of America the legislation Members serving in the reserveare unashamedly stands
tions to the legislative body. the theory that coercive bareheadedand
a "Dad's Night" Saturday upon difficult setting a fine example for all erect to salute
The legislature's approval of a diagnostic can solve this our flag, the
i commencing with a fine reservists, particularly since we symbol of
here was based in part on the county's ability to national problem I shall oppose this country's historic
dinner served by the girls
are involved in a Cold War which Past, glorious
a suitable and adequate site for this facility. home economics room of the .them-' may- continue for years. I have derful promise present for the future.and won-
the recent acquisition of the airport property the house. EVERGLADES NATIONALPARK
urged the Senate Judiciary Com- Next week. June 10-15
commission was able to provide a 40-acre tract for SInce'f Carver opened the meeting LANDS The Senate recently mittee to give speedy approval to Week. Nothing could be Is Flag

laboratory. Other operations will follow. But this fine talk on the objectives passed and sent to con- the continuance of this practice. heartening to the true American more
in- appropriations
oratory alone with future expansion will in all national angles of organization the Branford, ference the During Interior the Floor debate The motives of those who so heart than to see flags and bunt-

pay for the county's $35,000 investment in the whole Robert Hatch told of the I bill.was successful securing serve than should be commended rather ing stretched from one end of
Jackson County to the other during

acres.This experimental plot an approval of an amendment pro- WATER
makes good sense to us. But to some people, tobacco this year with an viding $500,000 for the acquisition ING RESOURCE BUILD- the entire week.
I have
joined other Sena-
county's spending $35,000 for reserving an industrial acre of tobacco planned for of 5,000 acres of privately- tors in the We're all proud we're Ameri-

air strip or any other investment in the future for its also four acres of corn. owned land lying within the bill providing co-sponsorship for the donation of of a cans. Why not show it?

zens, is radicalism and mismanagement. Yet, these boundaries of Everglades National federal land In the District of ; -Jackson. County. Floridan
Watson told of his to-
i people don't bat an! eye lid when the county buys a $ project from last season Park. This Is the fourth consecutive :Columbia for the construction ofa

000 road machine. Nobody gets disturbed about he made 1,258 pounds from year in which I have this put building to be furnished, occupied Highways And Scenery

routine act as that except the dealers that got outbid. and marketed the leaf at money into the bill for pur- and maintained by the I One of the
in con- the
'' We feel the board is to be commended in this per pound average. pose only to have It Bureau of Water Resources of the highways are bringing to super-
I have some
0 manyof
s ject for looking toward the future progress of the ference.to However believe that the House National Rivers and Harbors the states is litter-free high
1953 reason Congress at its
own expense to
conferees will be more sympathetic ways. That ;s because the federal
deal with water
Wadsworth was elected the matter this resources prob- highway program includes an incentive -
Let's Recognize A Good Project of Teen Town for ages 12- in Although the federal gov- lems. Upon completion of construction in cash for all those states
a meeting held June 4 at year. title to the land and which agree to prohibit
Whenever officials commercialism -
public begin to think ahead ernment has been authorized to Improvements
Lodge. Mrs. Roy Crews would revert to the on the highways.
take progressive actions that are beyond the spend $2 million for lands in the federal
government which
leader. would Signboards and billboards, and
ordinary it seems that criticism in is Park, to date all the property
some quarters then lease the property to the other forms of advertising, have
y evitable. A recent example of this phenomena has of city officers by the within the Park has been either Rivers and Harbors Congress fora long been standard procedure on

parently cropped up in our midst. was postponed at donated by the state or othersor period of 99 years or less at one most of our highways. Sometime

We have heard scattered apprenhensions and night's meeting because purchased with state funds. dollar per year. there is regulation but the regula-

lings about the county's airport deal. In essence, Vann, one member of the NEW WHEAT. FEED GRAINS LABOR DEPARTMENT WAGE tions are not inclusive enough to

these comments suggest that "We need to spend ,was not present.Vann LEGISLATION Last week I AUTHORITY DISPUTED My insure beautiful roads and high-
from a leg opera- joined with Senators Anderson, April 27 newsletter drays.
on an airport like we need a you know what! reported a
Aiken, and Hickenlooper in intro- conference with Department of Driving over uncluttered highways -
Evidently, some people are mis-informed to the
ducing a bill establishing new Labor free of litter and
officials in which we discussed commercialism -
that they believe the county is on the verge of to supply city residents !wheat and feed grains programs. that agency's proposed la a Joy in contrast with

_ ,local funds to build an airport for private planes. curb garbage pick up ser I This is a bipartisan substitute for establishment of a 95c minimum the scene on most American high.

ing could be further from the truth. not go behind houses and existing wheat legislation and the hourly wage for off-shore farm ways. Of course the condition of

The fact is that the Board of County was passed at the meet- Senate feed grains bill which was workers.At our roadbeds themselves for

bought a 200 acre site near the city and adjacent to the city.council Tuesday. passed last month and which I the time, with other mem- smooth driving is probably better

and highway facilities upon which funds from the strongly opposed on the grounds bers of the Florida delegation, I than anywhere else in the world.
that it is clearly a long step toward Our automobiles ride more softly
government are to be used for building an air strip. SCIENTIST HONORED challenged the Labor Depart-
land procured by the county which is the county's the complete regimentationof ment's authority to take such and are unquestionably the best
William A. Carver, agrono- American agriculture.The buy in the world. But the view
a matching deal with the government is reserved action and stated that we would
and member of the Univer- from our fine cars on our smooth
dustrial sites or other operations of benefit to the Florida's Agricultural Ex recent overwhelming defeat oppose any attempted pre-emp- roads is too often an ugly one
of the wheat referendum was tion in this field. The
The air strip portion of the deal contributed by Stations staff since 1925, Untidy gas stations dirty garages -
indication that
an unmistakable promised to submit a brief in
: government is designed to provide an added stimulus cited by the State Legis- rundown shacks and trash
not want rigid
our farmers support of its contention.The .
dustry and commerce to locate on already prepared for his contributions to the and refuse along the highways area
control. Our leg-
government new brief received this week,
furnished through lease or sale by the county. The industry. islation would, among other and with which I'do not agree, kept major, unregulated problem. signs Too many along un-the

al government, regardless of how irresponsible you veteran researcher is re- things, repeal existing law au- builds its case upon a departmental Highways add to the eyesore ef-
think it is about is intelligently cognizant of for the breeding and de- of Agri-
money, thorizing the Secretary interpretation of a 1933 Act. fect. In some way we must cleanup
( growing emphasis and importance attached to of the Dixie Runner. culture to conduct another refer- Historically. Congress has refusedto our highways, and it will ben .
plane travel in business and commerce. Runner and Florigiant endum on the multiple-price certificate surrender its authority in the effect cleaning up the country-

We have supported the Board's entry into this varieties which have en- plan for wheat in 1964. agricultural wage field and if the side and making this part of
the Southeast to enter the
_ rangement from the beginning, and right now we are Further it rescinds his author- Labor Department persists, I will the country a more attractive
market in
convinced than ever that it will be of immense peanut with other areas.STEEL strong. ity to set wheat acreage allot- ask for a Congressional airing of I place in which to live with pride.

the county. D ments or proclaim wheat market- the entire matter. -f Cocoa. Tribune
ing quotas. Our bill establishesa GEORGE WASHINGTON ME-
One of the commissioner's principal
COSTS feed grains program which we MORIAL HONOR I am deeply
_ recommending Suwannee as the site for this the Western Samoans, superb sailors -
with membership of
believe will be compatible grateful to the
involved the ambitious Livestock Promotion to the latest U. S.
5-year I
the wheat program provided in National Rivers and Harbors Con enjoy racing huge longboats
being sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. : of Manufacturers about called fautasi. Evolved from
gram I the legislation and consistent with gress for awarding me its 1963
Conner, who has shown considerable interest in this of total 80 steel-using steel costs of indus-less the long-range interests of livestock George Washington Memorial. whale boats, the fautari skim
gram since its inception submitted that the people of had of work across water propelled by 40 or
10 cent of the factory dairy and poultry pro- Honor in recognition my .
county are taking the initiative of promoting and of per the ducers. Price supports for both for water resources development.The more oarsmen. The coxswain beats
_ livestock, and they need and deserve the diagnostic products in which the wheat and feed grains would be impressive ceremony took out the rowing tempo on a tin

oratory. cost less than 10 per cent reduced but livable and substantial place at a luncheon yesterday. can.

This is another in a long line of examples to household laundry equip- programs of land retirement Mary was among the several

_ the argument that "others will help those who are bicycles, metal office furni would be set up. hundred guests present and the country editor we need have no
__ to help themselves." electric housewares and fans :MENTAL HEALTH BILL presentation was ably handled by fears about the future of the

The ,laboratory will build on a 40-acre tract machines and truck and PASSED The Senate has Senator Frank Carlson of Kansas country newspaper. For the next

Board of County Commissioners has made I bin passed authorizing and sent the to the expenditureof House a and President membership Buckman.My for some. yearson 'vanishing suggest ABC breed"examine program the, so-we

the,county's airport site, The relatively large land $848.5 minion over the next the Public Works Legislative ailed reporters and announcers

\\a needed to adequately isolate] diseased animals and to out-distance ten years to assist the states in Committee and since that timeon who Ignore facts in order to cre-

vide for future expansion of the, facilIty.' It will certainly be to constructing and operating cen- the Public Works Subcommittee ate atmosphere. The Ameri-

We are. much enthused over the acquisition of '. to avail them- ters for the treatment of the of Appropriations have kept can Press.

_ diagnostic laboratory for Suwannee.... It is timely "'mentally retarded and for the me quite active In this field. -Perry News-Herald



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Jackson-Smith Wedding The J. R.. Wadsworths ,

Plans Are Announced Feted On AnniversaryMr.

Plans for the wedding of Miss and Mrs. James Raleigh WEAR EVERYWHERE TRIOMEN'S
Ramona Jackson to Albert Smith, Wadsworth, well known in Tam- -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Smithof pa's civic fraternal and religious
Branford, are being announcedby circles were honored Sunday on
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. their golden wedding anniversary I, SUITS WITHHARMONIZING
Raymond Jackson of Route Five. in the Egyptian Room of Egypt I .A a.P
The ceremony will be performed Temple in Tampa. di SLACKS a

at four o'clock Sunday afternoon Receiving guests along with Mr. .
June sixteenth at the and Mrs. Wadsworth were their 11 +,fix; *a;a1a "By NORTHCOOL"
Clayland Baptist Church.A children Judge and Mrs. Reece
reception will be given by Brown of this city; Mr. and Mrs.I I 1M Yg e'V R Natural shoulder, 2-pc.

the bride's parents immediately Merle M. Wadsworth of St. Pet- 1 'c .f, r suit comes with harmonizing -
following the wedding in the ersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Joe R.
Clayland School cafeteria.No Suarez and Dr. and Mrs. KennethC. >4;: >< :y :; slacks for mix-and-
invitations are being.mailed Wadsworth all of Tampa; and l C o aryo :
locally but all friends and rela- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. WadsworthJr. i F ; match versatility. Cheek
tives of the couple are invited to of Orlando. t
Mrs. tHx<>; .a..: t:' this top buy now
attend the wedding and the re- George of Umatilla : '"
ception. assisted in serving along with
many others. ______ i 4x4 a $39.95
Mr And Mrs. Mrs. Wadsworth is a native of
% AveryHost Eyota Minn., and moved to Flor- r ; : : :$! :
Family ReunionThe ida in 1910. Mr. Wadsworth is a .
Avery reunion was held native of Zolfo Springs. They I
Sunday June 9, with a large pic- were married on June 9, 1913 in a
nic dinner at the home of Mr. Zephyrhills and had a family of
t and Mrs. Inman Avery. two daughters and three sons and
Those attending were Mrs. N. now have 10 grandchildren.Mrs. .
H. Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ave- Wadsworth is a past most
ry and sons Ray and Gary, Mr. excellent chief of Pythian Sisters
and Mrs. Lawrence Avery and past president of Ladies of Civi- .
p daughters. Debbie and Glenda tan a member of Mystic Chapterof
Miss Janice Faye Carter of Lake City and Sidney J. Lord of
Faye, and Miss Martha McFar- Order of Eastern Star No. 110
this city were united in marriage in solemnized March < 1I .
and the Daughters a ceremony .
land,all of McAlpin; Mr. and Mrs. of the Nile. :
Jack Harry and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Wadsworth has been activein twenty-first in Statenville Ga. j
Laverne Avery and sons Roger civic and Masonic circles for The bride was an honor graduate of Howey Academy Howey- ft t
and Damon, of Jacksonville; Mr. over 50 years. He is past presi- in-the-Hills. She is now a student at Valdosta State College .
children, Bob, Charles, and Donna dent of Tampa Civitan Club past where she is pledged to Alpha Xi Delta Sorority.
and Mr. and Mrs. Randall master of Fellowship Lodge, Free The bridegroom graduated from Suwannee High school in 1960.
Avery and daughter, Denise of and Accepted Masons venerable "
He is employed by Federal Crop Insurance Corporation in this city.
Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Roy master of Tampa Consistory of They are residing at the Collins Apartments.
Mitchell and children Crystal, Scottish Rite a 33rd Degree Ma-
Sandy, Holly, and Danny of Tar- son and past potentate of Egypt E St
pon Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Temple. The Wadsworths are I Miss Castleberry Luncheon HonoreeMrs. I 1
Durrance of Orange Park; Mr. members of the Lake Carroll Bap- A. P. Goff -Mrs. Dick Mrs.. Rudolph Scott Mrs. H. H SMART' SPORTS COATS j1W
and Mrs. J. R. Avery and children tist Church. Lundy Mrs. Seldon McCullers Hair Mrs. W. M. Jernigan, Mrs. 1
Sybil.' Russell, Linda. Alli- and Mrs. Steve Smith of Jackson- Leslie Smith Mrs. Woodrow Goff AT BIG SAVINGS NOW ,
son, and Dixie Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ville entertained with a luncheon Mrs. George Allen and Mrs. C. -: ," 1
mas McCullers and daughters. Royal Service Saturday at the home of Mrs. R. Wadsworth.The 0.
Rhonda and Jayne Mr. and Mrs. McCullers on Pine Avenue hon- hostesses presented Miss ;
Perry Skeen, Mrs. Val Skeen and Met MondayThe oring Miss Edith Ann Castleberry Castleberry with a silver pitcher. .

daughters Terri Leann and Royal Service of the First bride-elect of Saturday, June tailoring. Top styling. .
Penne Mrs. Marlene Hutchingson -I Baptist Church met Monday afternoon twentysecond.The .
and daughters Alice Faye and in the Educational Build- bride's table was overlaid bliss Keen EngagedTo in a wide variety 9 tl0 rx :
Emma Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. ing with with a white lace cloth and cen- ... '
Mrs. G. A. Lee. president Mr. Ball of colors, patterns. Buy ( '
Inman Avery and children, Richard -
presiding. Following the tered with an arrangement of
Lowell and Ileen all of Live short business meeting a programon blue hydrangea. Floral arrange-. Miss Evelyn Miranda Keen now!
f Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Avery Liberia was given by Mrs. ments of blue hydrangea were daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MarvinP.
Mrs. Mary Beth NeSmith and Clayton Bass. used on the guest tables and Brown Sr.. of Jacksonville is
t children. Lisa and Stan. Mr. and During the social hour refresh- Shasta daisies were used at vantage engaged to be married to Charles $24.95
Mrs.' W. C. Avery, and Mrs. Adie ments were served to the 28 pres- points. Milton Ball son of Mr and Mrs.
Mae'Thorp of Lake City; and Rev.1 ent by Circle Three Mrs. Edward Guests attending the luncheon Claude T.; Ball of 'Jacksonville. ,
Bill Nickerson of Dowling Park. Howland. chairman. with the honoree were Mrs. John according to an announcementmade 4
The next reunion will be held Castleberry mother of the bride- by her parents.
August 2. 1964 at the home of elct Mrs. G. A. Lee, Mrs. Sid The bride to be was graduatedin ,
Mrs. N. H. Avery at McAlpin. I (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Allen Sr., Mrs. Claude Johns, 1961 from Julia B. Landon 'j'4
High School Jacksonville and
Mr. Ball a 1960 graduate from
_L1 FMw. -,.- J Englewood High School Jacksonville -
and is a student at Jack-

to ::pd& ll sonville couple University.The invites. friends and

# relatives to attend the 8 p.m.
marriage ceremony June 21 in
.:v' L Yrv? Love Grove Baptist Church.
Miss Keen is the granddaughter >.
of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mizellof T'z t
this city.WSCS '
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Circle Three .
..- Met With Mrs. CannonCircle
. "L .) 1L7v Three of the Women's
"By STETSON"Handsome i .
+ : Society of Christian Service of ;
the Methodist Church of Live .
: Oak met at the home of Mrs. eye-catching .
Robert Cannon on Suwannee
U '..- Street on Monday, June 3. There styles. Check our smart .
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were fourteen members present. _. '
collection today! _
Mrs. T. J. Kennon presented the -. .
t A 7"J program which was a talk on r a
.i'I missions. The hostess served hot
pie and coffee.
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Frozen Desserts, Goldman Gets BA Samuel Hammock, Douglass HighCommencement Bureau Sponsors Experimental Lab Tour For Public II

Degree From Emory -
of News By LEON GILL "to help pass the wheat referen- aware of the dangerous longtime
Goldman School
Ice Morton ServicesMr.
Cream Barry Funeral
Output Live Oak received his bachelor The Suwannee County Farm dum on May 21." Implications of legislation such as
Bureau will have its monthly "Several amendments to the that contained in the feed grain

With of arts decree Monday afternoon Samuel J. Hammock. 75 School com- meeting on Thursday. June 13, bin were required unless it was bill," Senator Holland said.
Up AppetitesFlorida in commencement cere- The Douglass High
Wednesday June 5. in a .
University. died exercises were held at the Suwannee County Agri- deliberately designed as a long
monies at Emory mencement
Gainesville hospital following a cultural Experiment Station. step toward the complete regi-
production of 27.860,000 The graduating class, that Saturday evening in the school's
lengthy illness. Please note that this is the second mentation of farmers since it
gallons of ice cream and other totaled 864 students, was the cafetorium with an elaborate program I Broughton
He was born in Madison Coun- rather than the usual he ,
Thursday vests unprecedented culture
frozen desserts last year helped largest in the university's 126- presented by the seniors
fill a 5 per cent gain in Floridians Gov. Donald S. ty moving to Suwannee in 1932. third Thursday.The said.
history. and their sponsors.
appetites for these frozen Russell year of South Carolina delivered i and was a retired farmer of the Salutatorian McKinley Thompson meeting will begin at 3 p.m. "Instead of allowing such amendments Graveside RitesThe

products, the Florida State Chanlber the commencement ad- Pine Grove Community and mem- and Valedictorian Johnny Ron with a guided tour of the stationby i to meet the clearly objectionable -
of Commerce said in its Weekly dress. :ber of the Mt. Olive Baptist Herring well represented their University of Florida officials features the advo- infant son of Mr. and Mrs.

Business Review released yes- Church. leading studentsin and station personnel and will cates of the bill. recognizing its Charles W. Broughton passed
terday. Survivors include his wife Mrs. achievement as' cover the host of experimentalwork defects placed in the record of away Sunday in a VaWoate, Ga.,

"Regular ice cream accountedfor Elmer Svoboda Annie Mae Hammock Live Oak; the class inspirational of 63. talks were being done at the station the Senate debate three differ- hospital.

19,460,000 gallons of the total three daughters Mrs. Tuelah Bry Brief Everett including test plots of the various ent letters from the Secretary of Survivors include his parents.Mr. .
ant of Live Oak Mrs. Lillian given by Superintendent and Mrs. Brou bton, Live
1961 raised in Suwannee Coun- Agriculture.
and gained 3 per cent over Williamson and School Board crops
production. This volume was Funeral Services Saunders of Green Cove Springs, M. Crews and Henry ty. The tour is designed to en- "These gave assurance, so far as Oak; one brother, Terry Broughton. -
members L.
made in 195 plants throughout and Mrs. Adelia Stubbs of St. courage farmers to take advan- he was concerned that in three Live Oak; and one sister,

t the state," the Review stated. Elmer L. Svoboda 56 passed Petersburg; two sons, Lester Ham- Vann. seniors tage of the wealth of informa- important particulars he would Miss Janet Broughton Live Oak:

"Ice milk including freezer- away Monday in the Veteran'sHospital mock of Fruitland Park and Ed- Thirty-seven were and sixty pre- tion compiled by this facility that not use the vast powers given paternal grandmother Mrs. Sadie

made milk shakes, was producedin in Lake City followinga ward Hammock of Live Oak; two sented juniors with received diplomas certificates. Pres- can be of direct benefit to them.A him by the bill. Broughton Mayo; and maternal

almost 600 Florida establishments lengthy illness. brothers, Frank Hammock of certifi- chicken pilau supper will be "This device was clearly unsat- grandmother, Mrs. J. O. Dorough.
and volume amounted to Mr. Svoboda was the owner and Pinetta, and J. P. Hammock of entation of diplomas and served at 6 pjn. Ladies are requested isfactory and in my Judgment this Lake Wales.
operator of Elmer's Electric, a Jacksonville; four sisters. Mrs. cates were made by Williamson to bring pies and/or i fact coupled with the evidenceof Funeral services were conductedat
f 7,100,000 gallons last year, a gain ._ _-1__ Supervisor Shellie Q. Brown and
of 8 per cent. Milk sherbert am- member of the American legion, Vera Lynn of Perry, Mrs. Ophilia Bevel. cakes and slaw and/or salad. the use of heavy pressure to the graveside in the City
ounted to 1,300,000 gallons up 18 Florida Peace Officers Association Evans and Mrs. Irene Cody bothof Principal J. L. Feed Grains Program influence the wheat referendum, Cemetery with Rev. SpIvey Brab-

per cent. Not included in these The Electrical Contractor Pinetta, and Mrs. Lauderine Awards Day The chairman of the Senate backfired by contributing to the ham officiating.
figures were 1,500,000 gallons of Association Philadelphia Baptist Fletcher of Perry. Douglass High School held its Agriculture Appropriations Sub- overwhelming defeat which the James B. Daniel, Funeral Home

water ices, 25 per cent 'more than Church and a veteran of World He had seventeen grandchil- traditional Awards Day Thursdayand committee said last week that he wheat farmers of the nation gave was in charge of arrangements.

f in 1961. War I. dren and nine greatgrandchildren. students Were recognized for hopes Congress will now proceedto to the referendum Tuesday May .

t "Whole milk used in the manu- He was born in Wisconsin,mov- their achievement in fields of set up "more moderate and 21. A leading steel executive recently -

facture of these desserts reached ing to Live Oak in 1952. Funeral services were conducted service. leadership. academic acceptable programs for agricul- "Instead of passing by the required estimated that if the American

208,124,000 pounds."As Survivors include one son, Karel Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Mt. standing, and citizenship.The ture." vote of two-thirds or more steel industry had maintained its

ice cream weather approaches Svoboda of Live Oak; his moth- Olive Baptist Church with burial high point in the presen- Senator Spessard L. HollandD the referendum failed to get the 1953-57 average participation in

1963 has already showna : er-in-law, Mrs. Anna Paryzek of following in the church cemetery.Rev. tation of awards came with the ( ) of Florida who is also a support of even half of the wheat world export trade and prevented

7 per cent gain in productionover Live Oak; one brother, Henry W. H. Gray officiated assisted announcement of the names of member of the Senate Agricul- farmers of whom 1.218,000 voted, further import erosion, the industry -

1962." Svoboda of Chicago; one sister by Rev. Otis Page. the students making the annual ture Committee, pointed out that the largest number ever to vote in 1962 would have provided
Sister Mag Florence of Green, Active pallbearers were J. W. honor board which is a plaque
the "real purpose" in hurryingthe on any farm program."I jobs for at least 50,000 additional -
Bay. Wis.Funeral. Foster, Glen Smith Wilmer listing the names of seniors who feed grain bill to the Senate think this is a healthy indication steelworkers and paid ou*
services will be Raines Warren excel in scholarship citizenship,
Otto Wettsteim Attends con- Johnson and floor immediate
; passage was that farmers are well $300 million more in wages.
ducted Wednesday at 3 pjn. in Milton Ray Boyette. leadership and service. The

I River, Harbor Congress the Philadelphia Baptist Church. Honorary pallbearers were La- awards given for scholarship were

Otto Wettstein m. president of Cremation will follow. mar Johns, Norman Law, Her- divided into two classes acade-
<1 North Florida Telephone Company Rev.V. C. McDonald will offici- bert Gray, Grover Zipperer Mor- mic excellence and academic

1{ and a member of the FlorIda ate with Rev. C. G. Travis as- gan Miller. Lawton Bryant Till achievement with excellence

[, Development Commission, last sisting. O. Craft W. M. Hogan R. T. being given to students with a

week attended the National Rivers James B. Daniels Funeral Home Miller. Claude Johns, and Leon four-point average and achieve-
j and Harbors Congress In was in charge' of arrangements. McDonald. ment to students with a three-

Washington D. C. James B. Daniels Funeral Home point average. For the different -

Wettstein was one of approxi- Dice Is PromotedTo was in chairp of arrangements. subjects the teachers in chargeof For Sale-Real Estate FOR SALEFOR
mately 500 delegates and their each department gave awardsfor LITTLE ADS
families from every state in the that area.
I FOR SALE -Two bedroom block SALE-All sires of tarpaulins -
Union including United States Lonnie Edward Ford, pin win- BIG RESULTS
I Staff SergeantRolace Gaylord Family Reunion I house in Pinewood SubDivision. guaranteed not to leak.
possessions to attend the national mathematics
50th annual ner in the I. Low and
i monthly payments Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf
national convention.Africa's G. Dice of Live Oak has Held In WellbornThe contest made the highest score BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever small equity. Contact Joe Brin- .
FOR SALE-New and used planOS
in the team
representing Douglass
been promoted to staff sergeant Gaylord family reunionwas the purpose, you will I son. nc tf Frier Music Co, North Ohio
355-foot-high Victoria School. '
in the United States Air Force. High find Democrat classifieds do
Falls is twice as high and nearly Sergeant Dice is assigned to the held Sunday, June 9, at the For outstanding leadership in the job, quickly and welL FOR SALE Three bedroom Ave., Live Oak. 362-2188.

double the width of Niagara Falls. 1506th Support Squadron at Clark home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay- student council awards were presented - brick home, tile bath carport, cge tf

More than half a million gallonsof AFB in the Philippines as a com- lord at Wellborn. Dinner was to Johnny Ron Herring. natural gas heating hot water
water plunge over the falls each mand post specialist.The served picnic style to the follow- Benjamin Williams, Evelyn Johnson DEADLINE FOR INSERTION heater Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. WHILE THEY LAST

second during flood season. sergeant is the son of Mr. ing: Evelyn M. Moore, Gwendo- 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49

and Mrs. Thomas B. Dice of Rt. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gardenerand lyn Scott and Eva M. Patterson. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 2505. pdej 2-9

__ flflAflIUUUWUtftflitftflftftWJtnAnIUUUULW II 2, and is..a graduate of Suwannee children of Tampa Mr. and Principal J. L. Bevel presentedthe 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
DRIVERS LICENSES School. Mrs. I.V.. Gaylord and son of awards. 2H cents per word, with a FOR SALE Partially furnished
ARE RENEWABLETHE O'Brien Mrs. Bill Fisher and National Contest Winner minimum 8f 75l. cottage near Suwannee Springs. 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $498
I I' MONTH OF YOUR His wife is the former MarjorieL. (All classifieds must be paidin Contact Winston Rogers, Real-
BIRTHDAY Felder of 5454 Vickery Blvd., sons of Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Lonine Edward Ford, pin win- advance. tor. Phone 3622630. 3-6 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6.98
Fred and children of
Dallas Tex. Gaylord ner in the national mathematics
REECE BROWN Wellborn. Mr. and Mrs. Roger contest made the highest score ONE WEEK FREE Commercial or residential acre- 8 ft. Duro Stepladder $7 98

II COUNTY JUDGE (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Gaylord of Wellborn, Mr. an\ in the team representing Douglass Classifieds ordered for four age under development at junction THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
Mrs. A. W. Gaylord Jr., of Jack- High School. weeks, run the last week free. of U. S. 90 and 49 .
Hwy St.
423 N.W. Howard
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lonnie a senior has maintained $2,25 will pay for a 30 word for sale by Winston
four weeks. Rogers Tel. 362-9975
Gaylord and children of Wellborn, a "B" average from the 9th advertisement for Realtor, P. O. Box 217.
I- Use Suwannee Democrat Class- cbjj tf
DANCEEVERY.SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gaylord Sr., through the 12th grades. He was ifieds for Proven Results.MISCELLANEOUS. \ 362-2630. Phone..
O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. business of his class. -
of i manager FOR SALE ..:... One male and one
NIGHT Avery of Branford, Mr. and Mrs. : a varsity member of the footballand female Chihuahua puppies nm'

WITH. THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIESFROM Louis Berry of Wellborn, Mrs. basketball teams and presi- HELP WANTED weeks old, $25.00 each. 935-2165

9 TO 1 Norman Rowell and daughter of dent of Boys' Senate. He will be? Fla.
WANTED Short order cook, Drew Drawdy, O'Brien
Jasper, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay- remembered for his production of
AN EVENING OF pbbe 3-6
VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. good salary. Apply A & W Drive
_ lord of Wellborn. Mrs. Howell "Trial Of The Seniors" for Senior
Machine, machineless and In. cge tf Want a rolling business? All
Walker and Mrs. Orville Moses i Class Night.
wave permanents given. Ope- aluminum 8 x 10 Buck concession -
and daughters of Branford. Driver Training rators Annie H. Mills Myr- WANTED Boy 16 or over to trailer. Excellent condV
Driver training will be offeredat tice Croft, and Frances John- work through the summer at tion. Equipped with gas grill
the New Douglass High School 362-1831. tf A & W Drive In. Please applyin
OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO OFFICER WRITES TAPS son. Phone cge refrigerator, snowball machineetc.
this summer for Negro students person. cge tf
_ TVHNORS ALLOWED The plaintive bugle call taps, from 14 years old up. For infor- Douglass High School parents and Plus many supplies. Box
a familiar feature of Memorial mation, contact J. L. Bevel prin- patrons are urged to join their CURB HELP Wanted at A&W 481 Perry, Fte. Phone 458-6141

I Day observances was composed cipal of the school at 362-1192. P-TA now. We need your help. Drive In. Please do not telephone pcjj 4-7

during a lull in Civil War fight- Call J. L. Bevell, principal, 362- apply in person cge tf FOR SALE One 12 f$. double

'" AftWflftwAft r 1192. cge tf duty Hill meat case and com
ing.General WANTED 1 part time dish-
Daniel Butterfield FOR THE FRESHEST3 pressor, one custom built walk-
_ SPECIAL OFFER commander of a brigade in the SEAFOODS Septic tank and drain field washer, 1 part time waitress in cooler with compressor and

Army of the Potomac wrote the Mack's Fish MarketPine cleaning. Suwannee, Madison, Friday, Saturday and Sunday heavy duty blower. Both in
haunting notes as his men were and Hamilton Counties. Call J. 4 pjn. to 9:30 pjn. Itchtucknee perfect condition. Will sacrificeB.
Ave. Rivers Restaurant U. S. 27
W. Darby Jasper, after 6 p.m.caJJ ,
old Fort
camping on the Berkeley HOT PICKLED PEPPERS A. Kalich, HY 7-2601
tf phone HY 72822, Fort White,
Plantation overlooking the James Phone 362-1650 White, Fla. pbjj 4-5
Portraits of Your Loved Onesat Fla. pbbe 4-7
River in Tidewater, Va. LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With FOR SALE 1 Frigidaire apart

Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. ment stove in good condition
A Price You Can Afford. Supplies at McCrimon's)
Cheek Drugs paejj 44-17 1 Westinghouse refrigerator

ready for use, 1 solid oak din-
FARMERS: It takes money to ing table with extensions 1
FRIDAY and SAT. make money. See your coopera- solid oak side board in perfect-

tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. COTTAGES FOR RENT -f Lots condition. Mrs. R. L. White,

JUNE 14th and JUNE 15th Terms up to 7 years. See for sale. Dekle Beach, Inc., 914 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-
North Florida Production Credit -
Perry Fla. Taylor County 1630. che tf
Association, S. Ohio Ave.,
1 beautiful llx 14 or
Running Water Hot and Cold
362-2588 Live Oak Florida FOR SALE Factory rebuilt up-
Sz10 DINNERS INCLUDE caJJ tf Make reservations at storeon right piano. Also old brick.

11:00 A.1 L to 5:00 P3L : I the Beach. Frigidaire range and refrigerator
Address inquiries P. O. Box 518 couch and chairs. Mrs. Bill
.... pdjj 2-5 Cordle. phone 3622240.
[ -H You Get Full ValueS

SILVERTONEtri BOILED SHRIMP. 2.50 SHRIMP BASKET.. 2.50 Plus Interest On Your Furnished apartment for rent BOATS 10 and 12 ft. the

Enough For Two- -Salad, FF. Drink- Earnings WithU. close in. Call 362-2714 after 5 very best in a fishing boat. A

PORTRAITOnly pjn., Mrs. P. D. McMullen.cge. small down payment and you
_ tf can take it with you. We have
BOND STAMPS just lots of new fishing lures
i- T bugs etc. Straw hats ladies

! 07C :T & T RESTAURANT c tlon-- Given On Motor Rewinding and mens, $1.00. Mack's Sport

Shop. caje 5
NO AGE LIMIT night STEINHATCHEE ing A Brake TransmissionM
Service Repairs and Rewinding FOR SALE Super C Fannall

Plus Small Handling ChareRoberts Any Kind Electric Motor tractor plow, disc, mower fertilizer -

Also Sales and Service distributor, and grass
Lubrication Wash CALL seeder, cattle squeeze, small

luxury St low MMury layings Timl Prices t N McCuHers Electric Motor Repair tools. T. A. Rowand & Son.
of .
Daytona I Oil ChangeS Telephone Day 362-3278 Phone 362-2360. pbbe 5-8

--Night 362-a$26 SELLING OUT
Entire herd of
63 MERCURYPrices All Auto Repairs 217 E. Howard St registered Polled Herefords -

ALL WORK GUARANTEED Hunter Bros. BuildingcaJJ bulb, cows with calves, bred
TWO SPECIAL OFFERS PER FAMILY 66 SERVICE tf cows heifers all must go. T.
Son Phone 362-

FOR SALE Blackstone washing
Only 1 Special Offer Every 6 Months
: WANTED Acreage in Suwannee machines, wringer type $89.00,
unless additional pictures are added.
MONUMENTSWe County within at least 5 or only two left. Hectric Service

Friday Saturday, June 14th & June. 15th trns 6 miles from town but win con- Co., 995 5th Street. Phone 362-

have a complete line of sider others. Call Pete Shea 3051. paej 5-6

- Friday 11 A.M. till 5:00, Sat. 11 A.M. til 5 P.M. monuments built to your specifications Suwannee County Hospital or Have 3000 tobacco sticks for sale.

OUR NATIONALLY KNOWN PHOTOGRAPHERWILL On This Fine Car Are and erected on your Lee, Fla., 971-5416. cge tf No. Is $40.00; No. 2s $30.00 per

BE AT cemetery plot. thousand. Contact George

_ Lower Than You'd ExpectVISIT Can or come by and see our WORK WANTEDWant Stringer General Delivery.
416 E. Howard Street. Cross City. Florida
L display at pajj 5

VAN H. PRIEST STORES Inc. position as companionsecretary FOR SALE Purebred Durcc

JAMES B. DANIELS to elderly lady or couple. males and gilts, reasonable. Two
5c to $1.0'0DOWNTOWN.LIVE Drive. Write Rt. 3 Box 95-A or slightly used automatic feeders.

RATUFF MOTOR COMPANY FUNERAL HOME Phone 362-2313. Live Oak. Call Lonnie B. Hurst 362-1421.

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(This is another In a series of suming a shape never dreamed of St. George's Sound, also checked] ; ., lV

articles portraying Florida as at the time it was commenced. We the extensive salt works which UF Horticulturist -' .. ...,.,.." ""'f '.-..11IJE '

events unfolded 100 years ago, should not be surprised to see the have been operating for more ) .....:....j'....;."... .'l. >';!II I/ .." :
published by the Florida Civil whole mode of warfare change before than two years on Alligator Bay. .. A- !'.:: 1I11t Bt:A
War Centennial Commission.) peace is declared, if indeed, The Somerset shelled the woods Conducts Research ... ,'. t :! -... 'I:
Edited By hostilities ever cease. The enemy where a works was located, and

SAMUEL PROCTOR has no hope of restoring the Un- their boats manned by sixty-five In Rose Growing .
University of Florida ion, and still less of subjugatingthe seamen and marines, a few engi- p./rcoLoRsP

JUNE 8 A Tallahassee news- South, and yet we can see neers, and armed with sledgehammers Planning to set out some roses? ) :
experiments indications of early to break the salt boilers,
paper reports that no an peace. Then your best buy is contain- RCNIS .
'! with the making of alcohol from Ruined himself, bankrupt in both landed. Four works and sixty- plants grafted on For- ON e BIOLOGIST-SCIENTISTS
i china berries have proved suc- fortune and reputation, he seems five salt kettles were destroyed, er-grown rootstock. y11.6 INDICATED THAT BASS SEE
cessful. Two men in Athens. Ga., determined to ruin us." 200 bushels of salt were scattered tuniana Florida rose gardeners have GET r& : 4 COLORS ABOUT LIKE: MAN

1 have succeeded in making a bev- JUNE 10 A court martial and thirty houses and shan- long decried the fact that roses ,, ..l I ,I : I !II WOULD WHILE LOOKING
erage 90 per cent proof which called by Admiral Bailey, is meet- ties were burned. Confederate just don't seem to grow well in 'Ii THROUGH A PAIR. OF
according to the paper, "has been ing today on board the UJ5.S. cavalry were reportedly enrouteto Florida. Now research conductedby hi ; ') YELLOWISH TINTED GLASSES
tested, and pronounced an excel- examine "into the scene but the Federals --O '
Magnolia to every the Agricultural Experiment 0 ALL FISH CAN NOT
lent article for medicinal pur- circumstance relating to the loss withdrew losses. .their force without any Stations has shown that roses can MAGI: \ ? \ BE 1 JUPSEP TO HAVE

poses. This enterprise" deserves encouragement of the U.s. bark Amanda and to JUNE 15 -The Federals be successfully grown.In "" -1\E YELLOW Ot THE SAME COLOR VISION ;
..bsequent operations with the report conducted at Gaines-
that the U. S. S. Potomska is NOTe- to
on :
i JUNE 9 The Floridian arid from evdience FISHERMEN
view of showing Dr. S. E. McFadden, it ;
ville by SEE NO COLOR .
blockade duty at Fernandina and ._ '
Journal reports an incident which whether any blame attaches to learned that grafted plants STUDIES REVEALED THAT BASS I
the U. S. steamers was BUT ONLY DEGREES OF
E. B. Hale
The ,
occurred a few nights ago.
{ her commanding oficer, to any- perform better than plants grownon STRONGLY ATTR/CTEP:
sloop Florida, attempting to run one else on board of her, or to Norwich and Uncas are on the their own root systems. Mc- : TO RED (ALL SHAPES FROM EWJK BRIGHTNESS FROM LIGHT

} the blockade at St. Marks, was any other person belonging to the St. Johns. Fadden also found that one root- TO PINK' ) WITH Yeuotf SeCONt) TO DARK
JUNE 16 Dr. Ridley of Wau- \
becalmed opposite the lighthouse.The I the United States.
Navy of stock, Fortuniana (Rosa fortuniana -
next morning three launches today kulla County has invented a gun
from the blockade vessel lying off The UJSJ5.Confederate Fort Henry skiff and which he recently exhibited at the ), performed better than any FLORIDA tAME AND FRESH WATER FISH CCMM/SS/OM
captured a the test
other used in grafting

J, the five bar men, ,containing captured the about sloop forty-be- The flat off cargo the, 250 Withlacoochee bushels of corn River.is Capitol take his at invention Tallahassee.to Richmondand He plansto roots plants.produced Plants the with greatest Fortuniana num- i Killer 'Smut ass' Threatens PasturesFlorida I Boy Scout TroopTo

she could under the demonstrate it to the Con-
fore get protection Senator
S. Be
consigned to former U. ber of flowers attained the larg- OrganizedThe
of the of the pickets Ordnance Department. inv-ded by a relates.
guns David Yulee at Homosassa. The less stem is being
est size and developed organizational meeting
stationed at the lighthouse. The Confederate skiff was manned by Reportedly the weapon "has been dieback than plants with other pesky intruder which threatens to "Constant policing is necessaryto for the new KiwanissponsoredBoy
crew escaped, but the cargo; six two men. examined and approved by high root systems. turn improved pastures into un- prevent reinfestation of the Scout Troop will be held
bales of cotton and a barrel of military and scientific authorities, productive waste areas. The culprit invader," the Stations'''! researcher
JUNE 12 The Savannah Re- The plants with Fortuniana at the Recreation Center Mon
tar, was c&ptured. The blockad- including General Beauregardwho is Smutgrass, a musty, smut- warns, pointing out that the
that several day at 7:30
Fathers of
publican reports roots also kept an even green p.m.
ing vessel shelled the pickets at saw it while on exhibitionat which cattle refuseto soundest management procedureis
more families from St. Augustine coloration of their leaves during covered grass prospective scouts most be
the lighthouse, but inflicted no the Capitol. The General expressed to obtain prompt kill of scat-
arrived in the city under flag of summer months, while neighboring eat. present.
damage.In no opinion as to its mer- tered bunches of Smutgrass.
truce by way of Hilton Head and plants with different root systems According to Dr.J. E. McCaleb The scoutmaster will be Dan
its .
however, not
an editorial, the Florida Sen- having had an
Pocotaligo. developed moderate to severe agronomist with the Agricultural Stainer. Members of the scout
tinel says that the war is "as- opportunity to test it. Its inven- Cattle Newspapers call for
JUNE 13 Passengers arriving tor claims that it can shoot with symptoms of iron deficiency. Experiment Station' Range conserva- advisory committee are Ernie
at Ona, ranchers should tion of natural resources keep tab Sellers, Garth Nobles, John
in Tallahassee on the train today great precision, throwing "From our research studies, we Station
SEE from Lake City report that Feder- two hundred yards and canistera grape know that roses grafted on For- take prompt action to remove on Congressmen and legislators, Adicks, and Frank Westmark.
it is foundin and take readers to the heart of .
Jackson- from foli this grass as soon as
als have again shelled hundred yards. The gun is self- tuniana and protected
"Hi ville. According to the Tallahassee loading, shoots with perfect accuracy age-damaging pests will continueto their pastures. He explains a news story in. the. making. A high strength steel alloy that
Neighbor"with paper, "General Hunter hasa and may be fired faster or increase in size and in produc- that.the grass is a serious invaderin virtually "paints" itself is being!
command of some 30,000 men slower, as the requires. tivity of bloom for at least five improved pastures on sandy Marriages in Canada in 1961 used for high voltage transmission
JIM WATSON white and black, doing nothing," emergency. years" the horticulturist noted. soils of peninsular Florida, how- dropped to the lowest level in 10 towers. A natural oxide coat
and on JUNE 17 and it is thought that some of McFadden explained that the ever, it is found south of a gen- years, according to the Metropolitan forms on the steel, preventing
these troops are involved. It is County Students Cited reasons for the superior vigor ff eral line stretching from Okla- Life Insurance Co. further corrosion.
Special Guest reported that a Federal expedition I Fortuniana roots in Florida soils homa to Virginia.In .
has recently been fitted out for For Top Scholarship are not completely known but a peninsular Florida, the grassis
Mr. Paul Crews the St. Johns River. It is also reported Cary Cabre of Wellborn was one higher degree of resistance to a perennial and with favorable
that the Federals have cap- of three students cited last week some soil-borne parasites may be weather conditions will seed year
Suwannee CountyAgricultural tured a small vessel with sixty by the Lake City Junior College part of the answer. long. The seed is spread by water DRIVE-IN
Agentat bales of sea-Island cotton aboardon and Forest Ranger School for What does this mean to the and by sticking to animals he

6:45 A.M. the Apalachacola River. producing a straight "A" average rose grower? The Agricultural Experiment explained.In .
The UJ3.S. Sunflower today during the second semester of Stations scientist says experimental trials at Ona, LIVE OAK, FLA.
ON captured the Confederate block- classes. that it means slow replacementof Dr. McCaleb reported that the STORESTHESE

POWERFULCHANNEL ade schooner Pushmataha near Four other Suwannee County severely pruned roots and top I herbicide, dalapon, gave the best
Tortugas. She is being taken in students attending the school growth is no longer a necessity. control, An application of five PRICES ARE AVAILABLE AT OUR
12 \o were honored with a berth on the pounds active ingredient per acre
tow Key West. in garden. Con-
Dean's List. They are Leonard easi- applied either as a spot or broad- -
JUNE 14 The commander of tainer-grown roses are more
Allen of O'Brien, of cast treatment 85 centor
Ray Avery gave per
the U.s.s. Somerset, sounding out ly established in the garden than
McAlpin, Barbara Simpson of better kill of Smutgrass. Smut-
the various channels of East Pass, dormant, bare root plants and NEW STORE HOURSSa.m.to8p.m.ldaysaweek
Wellborn, and Beth Suggs of provide the growers with immediate grass was also found to be much !
Branford. more susceptible to dalapon than
bloom. Pangola, Bahia, Bermuda -
The first on
A patented roses
Thought TodayBy RHUBARB A CHINESE HERB Fortuniana rootstock are now and white clover "a very
BRODY O. HARRIS Rhubarb, or pieplant, was used promising find", the researchers
available at Florida markets a

Pray for patience to develop the best God has in China early as for 2700 medicinal B. C.purposesas Garden limited supply, McFadden relates. MilK Homogenized
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Branford Reception To Honor Methodist PastorThe MINK RANCHING
Denmark produces quality
News From Branford public is invited to attenda pastor Rev, Peter Richardson,
PersonalsMr. reception Sunday night June and family. products besides its famous
16. following the evening worship furniture and beer the National

services at the Methodist Churchof Ancient Buddhists chose the Geographic MaguiRe says. A lit'
BY:. MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS and Mrs. W. B. Thomas Brafnord.The fish as a symbol of watchfulness Ue-known industry Is mink ranch.
had as week end guests Mr. and reception will be held in against temptation, because the ing. In 1962, Danish farmers sup
School At Philpot Receives Jerrell Howell Mrs. Paul Gresham and familyof the C.Howell Fletcher Annex and eyes of fish have no eyelids and plied the world with 1.356.000
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. will honor the new Methodist are never closed. skins.
Medical DegreeThomas Charles Thomas and son of
Church J. Philpot of Bran- Funeral ServicesFuneral Gainesville.Mr. .
Baptist ford received his Doctor of and Mrs. Robert Hatch and
Medicine degree Sunday June services for Jerrell' family of Jacksonville spent Friday -
Seen Successful 2. hi commencement ceremoniesat Dean Howell 36, were held Friday and Saturday visiting Mr. '
the University of Florida. at 4 pjn. from the Union and Mrs. R. E. Hatch.
First Baptist Church of Darin the ceremony in the Baptist Church with Rev. Roy H. :Misses Debbie and Joann Gay IiQT ii
Branford The held a very successful auditorium of the J. Hillis Carter and Rev. W. H. Anderson of Jacksonville are visiting their ;
Bible School June 37. The school Miller Health Center. Philpotwas officiating. Interment was in the grandmother Mrs. Nellie Dun-
enrolled with an presented the Dental Medicine family plot In Union Cemetery.
had sixty-one attendance of fifty-six. Award. He plans to intern Active pallbearers were David can.Mrs.. W. J. Dempsey and Mickeyare
average Each department had a period at the Memorial Hospital in Allen. Fred Allen, Charles Draw- spending a few days in Alabama -
devoted to Chatham County Savannah, dy, Marvin Humphries John visiting Mr. and Mrs. La-
each day that was
handwork and each student made Ga.The Barnett. and Eugene Allen. mar Carver. Mr. Carver Is a pa-
something. At ten o'clock each doctor is the son of Air. Honorary pallbearers were T. tient in the hospital there.
refreshments of cookies and and Airs. L P. Philpot Jr., and J. Fletcher Jr., Oscar Puryear Mrs. Walter E. Long and Pen-
day Cokes were served. grandson of Airs. Minnie L. It Kenny Daughtry Walter Roberts ny Hatch of Jacksonville are vis-
The Climax of Bible School Philpot and the late Dr. I. P. 'and Grover Fort. iting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatcha Flea beetle StinkbugS
Each Philpot well-known physicianof I Mr. Howell passed away at the few days this week.
week was a picnic on
On Branford and BelL residence of Rev. and Mrs. Sim Mrs. Leona Gunter and Mrs.
child brought a picnic lunch.
P. Howell Wednesday night afteran L. A. Sims are spending several
the regular
Sunday night during
worship hour commencement exercises Mrs Moore HostsMiscellaneous extended illness. Born in Jack- days in Daytona Beach this week.
sonville he had lived there all his Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Philpot Jr.
Those helpingwere
were held.
ShowerMiss life where he attended public and Ann and Don G., attended the
Mrs. Leon D. Hatch prin-
schools. Before his illness he had graduation exercises of Dr. Thomas -
cipal; Mrs. Thelma Atwell secretary Shirley Buchannan was
worked as a cook for Walgreen Philpot Sunday. June 2, at the :
; Miss Suzanne Murray honored with a miscellaneous
Drug Store until ill health forced University Florida.
pianist: Miss Loyselle Hatch song shower Thursday night. June 6, at .
his retirement. He had been living
leader: Mrs. Perry Geiger Loy the home of Mrs. Holdie M.
near O'Brien since March of this
selle Hatch Cathy Griffith, and Moore who was assisted by hostesses -
year. He was a member of Union Honors
Party YoungsterRev.
Suzanne Murray, beginning work- Mrs. Bertie Bush and Mrs.
ers; Mrs. Barbara McIntosh and Betty Moses. Baptist Church.Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borders >V Y
Mrs. Glen Murray primary work- Several games were played and Howell is survived by' his honored their son, Bruce, with a f
ers; and Mrs. Inez Humphriesand Mrs. Herman Williams receivedtwo parents, Rev. and Mrs. Sim P. swimming party and wiener roast z I
Howell: his wife, Madolyn Howell -
Mrs. Orville Moses, junior prizes, and Mrs. Mattie Arn- Saturday afternoon.
workers. old, one prize.Following Jacksonville; one sister Mrs. The group enjoyed swimming
Mrs. Helen Griffith had chargeof the games, Miss Bu Carolyn Roberts, O'Brien; three tl at Little River Springs after Aphid Grasshopper
brothers Richard and Kenneth which they roasted wieners at i
refreshments. She was assistedby channan opened and displayedthe
Jacksonville and Freddie Howell, the Borders home. Bruce is going :.
Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs. many lovely and useful gifts
U. S. Navy, stationed in Packriv-
Annie Roush.Church that she received.Refreshments away to Ridgecrest to camp and
of punch, cake, er Md. will be gone most of the summer. t .
Daniels Funeral Home of Bran-
nuts, and mints were served from Those attending were Jerald
: Sets Special the dining table which, was cov- ford had charge. of. arrangements. Fletcher, Lee Hatch, Mark and
esred with a lace cloth bearing an Paul Price, and Emory and Dan-
Service Color FilmA of ny Daughtry.
arrangement pink glads.
Residents Visit In .
Twenty-one ladies
color sound film strip entitled attended the
shower and 16 others who were Kentucky IndianaJ.
"Two Paces", will be presented
Thursday night June 13, in the not present sent gifts to the A. Griffin Mrs. Elizabeth Bridge Club MeetsThe
Assembly of God Church of Bran- bride-to-be. Bailey and Linda, and Mrs. Mel- Wednesday Afternoon
Bridge Club met this weekat
ous Hall have returned from a
ford.The film strip detects com- Shower Honors Miss 10-day visit in Kentucky and In- the home of Mrs. W. S. Ware.
munism as a menace to our spirit- diana. Playing were Mrs. S. L. Town-
ual, moral and material health, Moore, BrideElectMiss Griffin visited Mr. and Mrs. !. send, Mrs. W: R. Hill Mrs. A. x
and is highly recommended by Betty Moore, bride-elect, A. H. Hurst and family in Mt. Jack Phillips, Mrs. Lois Sissons,
ministers and educators. was honored with a miscellaneous Washington. Ky., and attendedthe Mrs. H.- G. Griffith. Mrs. Tom Hornworm Cutworm
Sunday June 16, Rev and Mrs. shower Monday night June 3. at graduation exercises of Bev- Minter Mrs. W. B. Thomas, and
Hugh D. Lord of Ashburn, Ga. will the home of Mrs. J. N. Holtzclawin erly Hurst, formerly of Branford. Mrs. Ware.
be ministering in the 11 ajn. and Branford. Mrs. Bailey and Linda visited Mrs. A. Jack Phillips won the 544
7:45 p.m. services. Games were played and prizes her son-in-law and daughter Mr. prize for high score. Mrs. Ware 5- a.f ::.a..:,.. a..:.,. _
Rev. Lord will be remembered were won by Miss Frances Strick- and Mrs. Jackie White, who live served her guests cookies and r
in this area for evangelistic meet- land and Mrs."A. J. Barden. in Indianapolis Ind. lemonade.The .
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yearspast.. Miss Moore received many lovely law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the summer.
The public is invited to attend gifts. Refreshments of cake, cook- Earl Holland who live in Rad-
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RURAL, unOTyeomm I S 5 Beachville I Mai Is AppointedTo LIVESTOCK-REPORT .-- .- I

We were glad to have good attendance and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell Insurance Post By Florida State Marketing Bureau

) at Sunday School Sun- and children attended the Thomas -
: Hews day, 34 were present family reunion at ,Kingsley Cattle and calf trading at the 160-180 pounds $16.85. 140-160
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cason and Lake near Camp Blanding Sun- Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- pounds $16.60 120-140 pounds
son, Donald visited their sons. ket Wednesday. June 5. dropped $16.15,100-120 pounds $15.80 and
Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Cason and day.Charles Hemphill and Mr. and aaa. slightly to 101 compared with last 80-100 pounds $15.60.
Lavaughn Cason. in Jacksonville Mrs. C. C. Hemphill and son week's 112 sold while hog tradingrose Sows weighing between 180-400
Pine Level and Carrol Cason U.s.A.P., at Wayne all of Gainesville were from 251 to 450. pounds brought $13-$14.50 490.
Homestead last week end. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie According to George C. Averyof 600 pounds $11.8512.35 and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell Beach Sunday. the Florida State Marketing boars continued to sell at $7.
Mrs. ,Riley Ward visited Mr. ry Lepper. Albert and Michael and Mrs. Sanford Bureau trading moderately
and children John and Lena O. D. Beach was Medium feeder pigs weighing
and Mrs L. P. Fortner Sunday remained over to spend this week. active with demand good for the
Pearl, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Beach accompanied Roy Earnestto under 60 pounds brought $15.25-
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and Bronson of Clermont last week a doctor in Lake City Friday .. ftRa most part. Overall quality was $17.50. Heavier weights medium
Beth Ann and Max Lepper Carl Tressler were supper guestsof end. T. F. Beach who had been after he had been severely stung somewhat lower though, he said. and good, brought $15-$18 while
spent the week end with Rayetteand Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood down visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bronson by bees. We are glad to be able I Avery said that all classes were choice feeder pigs sold up to $19.-
Ramp Williams.Drew at the Suwannee River Tuesday returned home with them. to report he is about recovered.Rev. too few with some classes absent 75.A
Mr. and Holmes night. We had two good rains last F. E. Day will fill his appointment in one or both weeks to few sows with seven pigs
were supper guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Platt of week and crops are looking much here Sunday. Preach- wc.J determine accurately price trends each brought $67-$69 per lot.
Mrs. Wade Crews Tuesday night Gainesville spent Sunday here except feeder-stocker calves that
better and growing fast. ing services at ajn. and
and attended revival services at with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark. I We were very glad to have Mrs. seven-thirty pjn. All are invitedto were steady to one dollar lower. Cadet T1a1es;
; Suwannee Station Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Riggs and Willie Odom at Sunday School come and worship with us. t. w j.vq .a Three-forths of the run clearedto AF
Mr. and Mrs. Obie Starling children were supper'guests of Mr. Sunday, after several weeks illness. feeder-stocker interests while
visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and Mrs. J. F. Toole Thursday Mrs. L. J. Cannon Mr. and '. one-third of this total consistedof Field Study
Monday morning. night. Mrs. Austin Cannon and children Farm Grove Real calves. Avery said. TripCadet
Carl Tressler visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and RANDY MAIEdwin Good slaughter steers (mostly Joseph R. Davis of Live
Mrs. L. P. Fortner awhile Saturday -, Robin visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew overfills) sold from $21-$21.50 per Oak who recently completed his-
afternoon.Mr. Holmes Wednesday night. Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions Estate Mortgages J. Larsen state treasurerand hundred pounds and standards first year at the Air Force Academy -
and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Clark and insurance commissioner last brought $19.50-$20.50. in Colorado is on a field study
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore visit- week announced the appointmentof Utility heifers sold from $16- trip to Air Force Army and Navy
Tuesday. ed Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark Sun- Hit $62 MillionFarm Randy Mai of Live Oak as $17.50. Utility cows brought $14.- installations across the United
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and day afternoon. deputy insurance commissioner for 50-$17.50. while canners and low- States.
Robin visited Mr. and Mrs. H. :Miss Betty Flowers spent Sat- Here is a list of new subscribersand and grove real estate the state. cutter cows traded from $11- Cadet Davis, a member of the
Davis Sunday afternoon. urday night and Sunday with Ann those who have renewed their mortgages totaling $62,993,000 The formal announcementcame 1375. class of '66, will receive detailed
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Johnson.Mrs. subscriptions to the Suwannee were recorded. in Florida last Friday when Larsen pre- One good bull sold for $21.25 i briefings and participate in actu-
VF spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Riggs and children Democrat from May 31 to June 7. year the Florida State .Chamber sented Mai to the state conven- while cutters brought $13-$16.50. al jet flights and shipboard activities -
visited NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMrs. of Commerce reported in its tion of Life Underwriters in the
Willie Howell. and Mrs. Nell Touchton mostly $14 and up. Utility and during the trip. The train-
Carl Tressler was supper guestof Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole Sunday L. D. Armstrong. Jacksonville Weekly Business Review yester- Robert Meyer Hotel in Jackson- .I commercial bulls were absent ing is designed to give him a
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes afternoon.Mr. day."This ville. from the run.Medium thorough indoctrination
on ma-
Monday night. and Mrs. Drew Holmes were John H. Duncan. Dade City volume of farm borrow- Mars position will involve and good feederstocker jor operational commands of the
(Held Over From Last Week) supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hart. JacksonvillePearl ings was 12 per cent over 1961 checking policy contracts and steers brought 187521.75, Department of Defense.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood Sr. Willie Howell Friday night. Cribbs BranfordH. and stood fourth highest on rec trouble-shooting insurance prob- I commons sold from $14-$19.25, The cadet is a graduate of su-
cf Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vancy Baker of W. Soon, Jacksonville ord. The farmers in the state lems throughout the state. He resigned i and inferiors brought $11.50- wannee High School in Live Oak
H. C. Wood Jr. of Cincinnati Clayland community attended Asher Sullivan Winter Haven borrowed most heavily in 1957 his position at attache for $13.50. and a former student at Stetson
Ohio spent several days last services at Pine Level Baptist Wyman Townsel L. O. when the total reached $89 the House of Representatives to Common and low-medium heif- University in DeLand. His .
week camping on banks of the Church Sunday night. A/2C Charles M. Vann Lock- million. The national figure was accept this post with the insur- ers broght $16.75-$18 and inferiors Dr. and Mrs. Joe B. Davis parents -
Suwannee River enjoying fishing. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner and bourne AFB Ohio I up 16 per cent last year over 1961. ance commissioner.Mai sold from $15.75-$16.50. reside at 209 11th St., Live Oak.
Rev. and Mrs. Proctor Phillips Carl Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P. D. McMullen, L. O. The average farm real estate said that while his job will Common and medium cows trad- .
and daughter Gloria of Suwan- Artis Golden Sunday evening.Mr. mortgage is made for farm im- involve considerable travel thru- ed from $14.25-$16.50. and inferiors (Office Supplies at McCrimon's
t nee Station Community visited and Mrs. J. O. Lyons and SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDJ. provements and for purchases of out the state, he plans to main- brought $12-$14. )
.' Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Thurs- granddaughter, Terri Sue Lyons, L. McCook Rt.. L. O.McCall's additional lands. It has been increasing tain his residence in Live Oak. Medium and low-good calves
day afternoon. of Jacksonville spent Sunday with Store L. O. in size in recent years weighing between 250-450 pounds FOR YOUR
Mrs. L. B. Wilson of Astatula Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson.Mr. Mrs. Rodney Tyson L. O. and stood in Florida at $15,728 4-H Youths sold from $19.50-$23 and com-
? is spending a few days here with and Mrs. Drew Holmes O. Z. Jones, Branford last year compared with a national mons brought 162025. Medi- TREE TRIMMING &
p Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole Mrs. Gladys Turner Marion figure of $12,030. um and low-good calves weighing TREE REMOVAL
other relatives.Mr. Sunday night. Mich. I "Traditionally individuals have To Use Electricity"More between 125-250 pounds brought TRENCHING OR
and Mrs. L. P. Fortner The Community Gospel Sing Lloyd C. Peeples PensacolaJ. been the principal source of real $21.50-$24.75 commons sold from DITCHING
spent Sunday with Carl Tressler. will be held at Pine Level Bap- N. Barnett, O'Brien estate mortgage funds for Florida than 4,200 of Florida's $17-$21 and inferiors of all
Other visitors in the afternoonwere tist Church Saturday night June Mrs. F. G. Howard. L. O. farmers. However in 1961 insur- I boys and girls are now engaged in weights brought $15.50-$16. CALL
Mrs. Hiley Ward and Terry 8, beginning at 8 pjn. Everyoneis Mrs. H. J. Green L. O. ance companies stood first and 4-H projects involving electricity", hog Sales
and Pamela Fortner.M. cordially invited Mrs. N. L. Bassford Valdosta last year the Federal Land Bank according to A. M. Pettis Florida Mixed grades of 180-210 bar- FloodConstruction
J. Lepper and sons Albert Ga.Clyde. handled the greatest volume. Its Agricultural Extension Service rows and gilts brought $17.75 per Co.
and Michael of Lake City spent Bass L. O. total came to $12,599,000. up 32 engineer. hundred pounds 210-240 pounds
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Har- Claude Cartier Cocoa per cent over 1961. Pettis states that 4-H youth in $17.60 one closely sorted lot 362-2101
Jeff McKeithen, WellbornMrs. "Individuals loaned $8,189,000, electrical projects learn many $11.75 240-270 pounds $16.75. I
Henry Warner Rt., L. O. down 23 per cent._Insurance com- things including basic electric -
Sgt. W. H. Bland Lake City panies negotiated $5,669,000 and terms ways to use electricity
W. C. Airth L. O. banks and trust companies hand- economically care and use of
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick James R. Walkup L. O. led the same amount. The balance electric equipment and safety
V. J. Smuts L. O. ($30,867,000) was secured with electricity.
Veneer- One or Two Baths. John Q. Boatright Rt., L. O. from a combination of lenders "What a youngster learns
Earl Walther L. O. including associations and state about electricity will benefit himor
FHA or CONVENTIONAL Jack P. Jones Rt.. L. O. and federal agencies. her the rest of their lives",
O. G. Cogdill. L. O. "Total farm debt including all Pettis stresses. In addition it is
Financing Mrs. A. C. Geiger. Branford types of loans, stood at $294,551.- a well-known fact that youth LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Pearl Coolest Rt, L. O. 000 in Florida on January 1 of show and teach adults the infor- Adults Phone 362-3111 _
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis last year up 18 per cent over mation gained in 4-H activities Tact 50c! Included Children toe
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. Mendham N. J. the same date in 1961. The national so adults benefit too. BOX OFFICE OPENS
SELECT Mrs. E. C. Johnston. West Palm gain was 8 per cent." Pettis emphasizes much of (If e Monday Through Friday, 3:15
BeachR. credit for 4-H progress in elec- Saturday 12:45
Contact A. Knight. Rt., L. O. Even when completely unemployed tricity is due to the backing of Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
R. N. Jernigan Sanford an American steelworker all Florida Rural Electric Power
Philip G. Reig. New York, N.Y. receives more money through unemployment Suppliers including rural electriccooperatives' THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JUNE 13-14
W. G. MULLINSPhone John Schneider L. O. .
benefits than a fully Ass'n., and to all
Mrs. W. W. O'Neal, O'Brien employed steelworker earns any- private utilities. GORDON (Tarzan) SCOTT STEVE (Hercules) REEVESIn
362-2057 Mrs. M. Smithson Weldon, L. O. where in Europe or Asia accord- These suppliers have provided
J. R. Hoolehan. SanfordDr. ing to statistics compiled by various teaching materials, personal help
G. A. Lee L. O. nations. *. prizes and awards.





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Men's Softball League Supper 'Will Honor In Close GamesWestwood County. Gets $ ,OOO funds separately.
Brownlee pointed out the im-
Langford Builders Edge Westwood Retired Postmaster Trims Leaders From Racing Tax portance .f developing a sound
League State Comptroller Ray E. Green program for protecting water
said last week checks for $6,000 resources through an experiencethat
1 ,Daniels Frightens Advent Christian M9'rr.Y Langford Builders Down DanielsBoth from the race track tax fund are California had.

'"" being mailed to each of the 67 He noted that California pumped -
Langford Builders Supply ed runs. This ended the short games Tuesday night were on first as George Langford struck counties. its water so irrisponsibly thatit
snared: victory from Westwood game with the late action of pitcher's games as scores and hits out for the third out. It was The comptroller said the total caused a salt water intrusion
Baptist in the mens' softball Langford's resulting in a winning were low for all four teams.In three up and three down for received by each county to date into the underground fresh water.

league Thursday June 6, with a score of 6-5 for them. the first game Advent came Langfords. in the third and fourth for the current fiscal year from Brownlee declared that becauseof
i strong, 3-run fifth inning that Advent Defeats Daniels in on the short end of a 2 to 1 inning. the race track tax fund is $199- this, California in the next
gave them a one-run margin in The second game saw Advent 1 1I score against Westwood. Last George Langford was on with 000, or $6,500 more than each i 10 years will spend more money
the 6-5 score. narrowly defeat Daniels Funeral week Advent won by the same an error in the fifth and Harry county received for the same per- to solve its water problems alone
V The game started with a fly- Home by a score of 8 to 7. score against Langford Builders.In Taylor made first with a walk iod last year. than Florida has ever spent.
out to shortstop Hurst, by Poole. In the top of the first inning but Langford's batters could not There will be one more distribu- .
night's -
I Billy Williams followed with a Daniels went ahead with two runs __ Tuesday in game the top bring them in to score. No one tion of the race track tax fund
lone run came
walk that resulted later in West- as Earl Johnson was on with a long could get past first base for the June 30. No.4
-wood's first run. The inning closed fielder's choice. Earl Hurst got of the first inning Chick Mullins.on a No rest of the game as Paul Lang- I son, effective June 1, and W. R
home by
with two men left on base and on with a sharp single as Johnson I one else run could 0 get on base for ford got on with a good base hit I Mercer, effective July 1. Dwight
one run batted in. came in to score. the third inning right down the middle but a mom- No. 1 Robinson was hired to the force.
Advent until
The bottom of the first was one Hurst went to second on a made first on ent later was picked off first by companies donated soft drinks for Robinson has had seven years
of error. Donald Ray Boatrightgot passed ball and scored as Larry and then stole second. the catcher. this event, he said. experience as a policeman with
on due to one. Taylor and Evitt rapped out a single. Evitt an error further Strickland made first on an error In addition the club sponsoredthe the Gainesville Police DepartmentThe
Vann could get no
Boatright scored on a succeedingerror was out on a play by the pitcheras hit but could get no further as street dance during tobacco commission instructed the
Mullins, the next man up, a
while Johnny Hurst got on he tried to go to third. Daniels ball back to the pitcher. Brown popped up to third base season. The club set up conces- clerk to request that the State
and later scored the final run. scored again in the second inningas ground for the third out. sions, hired a band, and gener- Road Department send a traffic
After an uneventful second inning 0 Wayne Forehand walked and MRS. EULA FLETCHERA Poss Lee, pitching for West- Daniels Funeral Home couldn't ally ran the program, Green said. safety engineer here to study the
A the game picked up action as came in on a long double hit by covered dish supper at wood, came up with the ball and get a man past first base until He added that the Chamber of safety of the railroad crossing on
1 Poss Lee hit a homerun for West- the pitcher, Jim Nolan. Deaun Gaston's Store Saturdaywill threw to first for the third out. the third inning when Alton Commerce helped with the fin- north Highway 129 near the cen-
wood, bringing the score to 3-2. The third inning was the big be held in honor of Mrs. In the fourth inning Dave Bonds and Dewitt Staats both got ances. ter of town.
Westwood's action continued to inning for Daniels Funeral Homeas Eula Fletcher of McAlpinwho Melvin rapped out a sharp singleto on with errors and Earl Hurst During this time the club spon- The city opened bids from three
pull the score up. Jimmy Poole's Hurst was on when he was hit recently retired from the postal get on base. Melvin went to brought them in with a booming sored the Miss Suwannee County equipment companies for a road
homerun, Williams' single, and by a pitched ball. Evitt beat outa service. third on a pass ball but was double. Contest in which the winner receives grader. Low bid submitted by
another error that got Rupert single and went to second when The supper will begin at 8 thrown out at third as he triedto Daniels got men on base in every a free trip to Jacksonville Florida Equipment Company net
Wood to base, eventually broughtthe the ball went over the first baseman's p.m. Everyone is invited. steal. inning after that but couldn't where she competes in the Miss price of $13,180 on a Huber
score up 5-3. head. Hurst went to third. In the top of the fifth with quite seem to bring them In. Evitt Florida Crown Contest. Diesel grader. State Tractor and
Langford came back to life with Hurst scored on an overthrowand one out Russell Avery got on base was on with a well hit single in The club also sold hats and Equipment Company Inc., biddedon
three runs in the bottom of the Evitt moved to third. Former Resident with a well-hit single and wentto the fourth inning but Bonds ties to help finance the youth a Galleon No. 118 Diesel at
fifth. A walk to Brown, a singleby Forehand drew another walk third on a pass ball and an popped up to Taylor at third steer show, and put on a get-out- $13,987 net, and Ring Power
Boatright and Allen all yield- and moved to second as Futch hita error. Avery was not able to scoreas base for the third out. In the and-vote campaign in which Corporation budded on a Cater-
ground ball to the infield. Everyone Gets MD DegreeJoe Stewart Nobles popped up to fifth inning Nolan walked and broadcast tapes were cut and releases pillar No. 12 Diesel at 20000.
t was safe and Evitt scored. second base and Harry Nobles moved to second on a single by sent to the newspaper. In All bids were figured with tradein
NOTICE Staats hit a long double to bringin B. Hooker, formerly of live popped a foul back to the catcherfor Hurst. Nolan was out at third as addition, the club helped with the allowance on the city's old
Forehand and Evitt. Nathan Oak, Saturday received a Doctorof the third out. Advent was not Futch hit into a fielder's choice. auto safety check sponsored by machine.The .
Notice is hereby given that Wooley hit a ground ball backto Medicine Degree in commence- able to get a man on base in the Daniels had six straight outs in the state. president of the Council
application was made on the the pitcher for the third out. ment "exercises at the Universityof last two innings as Lee held themto the sixth and seventh innings and appointed a committee to study
1963 Advent managed to hold Dan- Tennessee. three hits and one run in the the ended the bids and
14th day of May, by the i game 4-2. No. 2State report back to the
iels scoreless for the fourth and Hooker, the son of Rev. and game.
Western Union Telegraph Company The scores of these softball Council on its recommendation of
fifth innings of the weather Mrs. C. F. Hooker of McLeans- Westwood was unable to score games are getting closer as the FFA President David the lowest and best bid.
to the Federal Communications shortened ball game. boro, Bl., will intern for one year in their half of the first inning teams develop. Attendance has Brengle of Winter Haven will The police report to the Comn-

Commission to close the Advent couldn't get into the at St. Joseph Hospital In Mem- and was able to get only one hit been good at all of the games preside over the. .convention. cil indicated that 50 cases were
telegraph office located at 110 scoring column until the second phis beginning July 1. in that inning. B. Williams con- and we urge you to come out and heard during May with five cases
North Ohio Avenue, Live Oak, inning when Dave Melvin got on The doctor completed his pre- nected for a double but was un- I support your team.Suwannee. No.3 being turned over to juvenile au
Florida, and to provide serviceat with a single. Stewart Nobles professional work at the Univer- able _to get any further before J want ruling from a higher au thorities. Fines and forfeiturestotal
walked and Melvin and Nobles sity of Florida where he earned a me side was out. thority. The members of this $900; jail costs amounted to
the Snwancee Hotel, locatedat both moved around on a passed BB degree in pharmacy. He is a In the bottom of the seventh board are to be qualified experts $74.
203 South Ohio Avenue, Live ball. Jerry Vann came up and veteran of the U. S. Navy, serving Westwood got a score as D. Wil- Joins concerning water problems.

Oak, Florida, who will act slammed out a long triple deep from 1944-46. liams was on with a well-placed Brownlee noted that anyone
henceforth as agent of the into the outfield to score Melvin Before moving to Tennessee in single and was able to score on Business BureauThe 'who is not satisfied after a hear- If It's Fishing, HuntingOr
and Nobles. 1955, Hooker was associated with a pass ball and an error. Poole ing and ruling by this special appeals -
If _
telegraph the Camping SEE US
a ap- Croft walked and Jerry Vann Dr. T. J. Kennon at the Home was able to connect for a base Suwannee County Chamberof board may take their case
I plication is granted, substitute I came in to score on a pass ball. Pharmacy for four years and wasa hit in the bottom of the fourth Commerce has become a mem- to the U. S. District Court of Ap CANE POLES
service will be available from Croft moved around to second and deacon at the Westwood Baptist but was unable to move as Lee ber of the National Better Busi- peals.

8 ajn. to 8 p.m.Monday through was on his way to third when the Church.Dr. and Williams flied out to the ness Bureau, New York City, thus The attorney scored the need 25c to $1.00SPINNING
Saturday and from 9 ajn. to 1p.m. play was made on him. The ball Hooker is married and has outfield and Brannan popped up making it possible for the Cham- for the Multiple Land Use Pro-
was overthrown at third and one son, age seven, and one to second base. ber to better serve the entire gram whereby the state would
on Sunday from the Su-
; Croft was able to score. Chick daughter, age five.Landowners In the bottom of the sixth B. community, E. K. Hamilton, acquire land through an outdoor
wannee Hotel, 203 South Ohio Mullins struck out for the third Williams made first on an error manager, announced this week. recreation bill for water storage, REELS and RODS

Avenue, Live Oak, Florida. Any out of the inning. UrgedTo and moved to second on the overthrow "As a member of the Bureau, hunting, fishing, recreation, and
member of the public desiringto Advent was not able to score ., J. Williams struck out we receive monthly bulletins conservation purposes. $6.95
protest or support the closing again until the bottom of the Order. Seedlings and Poss Lee hit a big double alerting us to the sharp promotersand "This program should be im- up
1 of this fifth when they made four big Farm Forester Wyman Garland that brought in B. Williams with schemes operating in other plemented now and if it is implemented I
office may communicate runs to break up the ball game. this week urged timber growersto the winning run.Landord sections. In addition, we have now, it will be of significant -I' PICNIC BASKETSWITH
in writing with the 'I Both games were held to five inn- begin site preparation and Defeats DanielsIn access to the Bureau's files and benefit to future gener- UTENSILS
Federal Communications Commission ings because of the late starting place orders for pine seedlings to the second game Langford are entitled to special reports on ations," he said.
Washington. 25, D. C., time which was due to the weather. be planted in :season later this Builders defeated Daniels Funeral any inquiry we make," Hamiltonsaid. Brownlee noted that the state LOTS OF GIFT

or or before July 2, 1963. Although short these games year.Garland Home by a close score of 4 to 2. passed a measure to hold an an- ITEMS
were official and will count in said he would be All four of Langford Builders "While this program is not a nual state-wide water conferenceto fOR DAD
5-6 the standings.The available to give advice concerning runs came in the first inning as cure-all and will not stop all the determine the most needed I Come
season is now half over the extent of site preparation Billy Jackson was on with a walk abuses practiced by a minoritywho water projects In Florida and in and look around.
and the league standings are get- necessary, and what variety of and moved to second as Harry operate on the fringe of then send in requests for federal We are never undersold.
LOW INTEREST ting tighter each week promisinga pines to plant for the most prof- Taylor was hit by a pitched ball. business, it will give the com- funds in a neat, uniform program
LONG TERM real pennant race in the closing itable return. Hurst was on with a single scor- munity greater control over based on the whole state's needs. MACK'SSPORT
games of the season.AVERY'S He said he could also help in ing Jackson and moving Taylor them." This approach has been more
Federal Land advance ordering of seedlings to third. Paul Langford walked I Hamilton emphasized that this successful in obtaining federal
Bank Loans from the nursery. Garland may then moved to second as Kirby program can best serve the com- funds than having individualareas SHOP
1 WEEKEND GUESTSMr. be reached at 362-2647. also walked. munity only if the community in the state fighting for
and Mrs. N. G. had .
CONTACT Langford moved to third and makes use of it. He urges the .
for week end guests Mrs. ,,-
; then was able to steal home, after public to be especially
A LOCAL OFFICE sister. Mrs. Jessie Fisher, and her optical illusion discourages Taylor and Hurst scored ahead of cautious of any proposition which
sons, Bill, Jack, and Mike, of sight-seers from ,driving at asnail's him on an error. Strickland hit a promises "something for noth-
Pensacola. Mrs. Avery and grand- We Need 1000 Bushels of
I Telephone pace over San Francisco's ground ball to the first basemanfor ing. '
362-1525 daughter, Janet Moses, returned Golden Gate Bridge.At the third out. .

home with Mrs. Fisher for aweek's less than 35 'miles an hour, Only two men got on base for ARE BUYING BLACKBERRIES. We Will buy all
visit. the metal pales below the guard- Langford Builders in the top of Live Oak Branford ripe blackberries (no red ones) delivered to our plant (McMul-
rail block the view. Proper speed the second as Brown and Kennon Smoking Tax AiredThe len Food Bank, Inc.,) Live Oak Florida. We will buy every
gives motorists an uninterrupted drew walks but Brown was thrown week day, except Saturday. Berries to be delivered to our
City of Live Oak received plant by 7:00 P.M. on day picked.
FREE panorama. out at second and Kennon died
.r -- $4,195 as its share of state cigar- We will pay 70 per pound or $3.50 per bushel. BSIRIES
I 24HOUROXYGEN ette tax collections during April may be picked in buckets and brought to us in low hamper
a ti EQUIPPED CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING and the Town of Branford received baskets. Newspaper may be used to line baskets, if neeee ary.
$668, the State Beverage
t. Ambulance Service ENGINEERSFOR Department reported last week. Baskets May Be Secured At Our Plant.


:. r ;, Phone 362-3333 We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw month totaled $3,179,300 of which Check Old Fence Rows, Old Fields and Lanes.
blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs $1,046.643 will go into the state
for LP and Natural Gas. general fund. The balance, $2-
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the 132,657, will be distributed to McMULLEN FOOD BANK, INC.

,.: customer prefers. qualified municipalities thruoutthe 205 S. Houston St. .
stat .

East Howard St. The adult Atlantic mackerel
HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida must literally swim for its life. r.
J. B. DANIELS, LJ\D. Ia If it stopped swimming, this important -

S. C. BASS, JR. S h food fish would suffocate 1

EMERT POTEET SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR since it requires a continuous
flow of water to keep its blood
BUILDING NEEDS supplied with sufficient oxygen.

Make All Aluminum Screens To Order I'E <
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t GROCERY11th : Langford Builders Supply ,

East Helvenston Street Phone 362-2873'


carry a stock of '
: MaorMcn's'Medicated RID-EZY'Bltcb or Grower .
OF 1'
several 7% first mortgages to sell
GROCERIES and MEATS for No Rounding Up : The first and only cattle

-- I at Par. Set up on monthly payments. All models of \v'. No Corralling 'be grub fed control free-choice which can..

FISH BAIT and TACKLE e No Handling
Payment Guaranteed. If interested call WISCONSINENGINES / h_ Feed for 75 days ore
v. No Special Equipment longer when cattle are '

PICNIC SUPPLIES "V&ed on pasture or range.

Only 14 days when ,
SAM KOFF cattle are in feed lot.
: DRY GOODS Carroll E. Hall
t -.f -- We ore of Your Service

at Gibbs Co. for Better Servicing Phone 935-3263
OPEN 5:30 aon. 10:00 p.m. Week Days .

i I 8:00 a.m.8:00, p.m. Sunday -. 362-2235 1 Y, o" ,_ ", 905 5th Street
Phone 362-3051 "

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Smart Kowtow ;

To Snobbish, Chicken Society --- ::.-


Chickens are born snobs. And a smart poultrymaa

is as conscious: of social rank as a protocol officer. at a

J I I I of LIVE OAK FLORIDA; royal banquet.
: Biologists have found, that when two hens meet for
the first time, they either :fight or one gives way without
t fighting. The one that "chickens One cockerel that ranked next
out" is henceforth-inferior to the
to the top in a flock suffered an
------ other. The dominant hen not on- eye wound, and was removed toa

i Mavor Levies Fines On City Traffic Violators Dorothy Jean Warner Resolution ly pecks her with impunity but hospital pen. The eye healed,
has first rights at the food and the bird returned to the fleck
., ., Receives BA Degree trough, the roost, and the nest he had almost dominated. But
Mayor J. Marvin Phillips in drink or two"The the Young woman.
f the WHEREAS God in His infinite boxes. his social status had disappeared,
fined Wesley arresting officer testified appearing on Jean of Lire
Court Monday Other cases Dorothy
A wisdom has seen fit to call from Through series of
Coniver a such encounters and he was pecked by even the
and court that he instructed Crews to geta included received bachelor
$2 docket
Marvin Hewitt $25 court Oak Sunday a ,
our midst to live in His
for Heavenly a flock of hens quickly lowliest member of the flock. Five
\ driving and sober to drive him home colored, arrested of in
costs for reckless person Tyson, decree commencement -
Home Robert R. Brown and establishes
bond a hierarchy or days after his return, the onetime
having no driver's license. after he had been found asleep in drunkenness, forfeited $15 ceremonies at Berry College WHEREAS
col- Robert R. Brown "peck order", the National Geo- cock-of-the-walk had to be
a parked automobile. Instead costs; Willie Hagan, Mount Berry, Ga.
testified and $4
i The arresting officer was a beloved member of the Su- graphic Society says. The top bird removed for his own safety.
forfeited -
that he chased Hewitt for approximately Crews drove away in the car and ored, public drunkenness Grant Dorothy was one of 115 candidates wannee Chapter No. 49, O. E S., can peck the others without retaliation Low-ranking birds lurk in out-
three miles before made it to his front. yard where $15 and $4 costs; Ernest representing the Berry
the bottom bird gets of-the-way feed after oth-
Hewitt stopped. The officer saidHewitt's he was arrested. Bonnell, reckless driving and Class of 1983 who received degrees andWHEREAS
for- Robert R. Brown pecked by everyone.A ers have fed, and move about
Frank Hewitt, The Mayor fined Crews $50 and having no driver's license at the ceremony in Mount
brother was a Past Patron of Suwannee flock that has established a cautiously, trying to avoid en-
prevented him from stopping suspended his license for 90 days. feited$75 bond and drunkenness$4 costs; ,Doyle for- Berry ChapeL. Chapter No. 49, O. E. S., and stable hierarchy does better thana counters. They often appear lean

Wesley by keeping his car betweenthe Alexander Walker, colored, Phillips, public bond and $2 costs; WHEREAS, the death of Bro- flock in which the membershipis and rumpled. High-ranting birds
officer's vehicle and the car plead guilty to reckless driving feited $15 Skinner, reckless ther Robert R. Brown has left a frequently shifted. Birds in an move around fearlessly, and seldom -
that Wesley was driving. and having an accident. Walker Kenneth driving, continued Eugene ; Kenneth Eu- Young To Head vacancy in our hearts that can unstable flock fight more, suffer avoid their superiors. When
Wesley told the Mayor that he explained to the Mayor that he Skinner No. 2. speeding, forfeited never be filled, therefore more wounds, eat less, and gain I pecked they seem to take it light.
did not see the police red light was attempting to dodge a pedestrian gene William Oneal BE IT RESOLVED, that Su less. Hence chicken ranchers now
nor the siren because his broth- when he veered into the Carter,$15 failure bond to; yield right of Principals GroupThe wannee Chapter No. 49, O. E. S. take pains to avoid mixing chicken lYeSnobs though they are, chickens -
er's car blocked the view. opposite traffic lane and hit a Richard Allen extend to his bereaved family, our flocks. do have some intelligence.Some .
The officer also testified that truck. way Jones, ,continued speeding;, forfeited $15 Suwannee County Principals sincere sympathy and pray the Dominant hens tend to have have learned to play minia-
and Administrators held tender compassion of a kind and higher I.Q.'s as measured by a ture baseball and deliver
Wesley operated his vehicle for a After further discussion, the bond; Percy Lee Owens, reckless even an
considerable distance with the Mayor noted that Walker had driving, continued. their final meeting of the year loving Heavenly Father will com- fowl intelligence test consistingof egg direct to a chef's frying pan.
headlights out. The defendant liability insurance, praised Walker Cases continued from last week at the Junior High School Build- fort, sustain and strengthen their grains of corn placed in a line Others are sitting pretty in a new
ing on Friday morning, June 7. Faith. on the floor. Every second grainis V-shaped nest, designed the
explained that he developed a for his good citizenship, accepted were Henry Hollie, public drunk- so
The nominating committee reported BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, securely fastened down so thatit always fall soft straw that
t short circuit in his electrical sys- his word that the accidentwas enness, forfeited $15 bond and eggs on
the following people to that Suwannee Chapter No. 49, can't be eaten. Chicken intelligence cannot be kicked aside by the
tem the to out.
causing lights go unavoidable, and suspendedthe $4 costs; and Richard H. Lindsay -
Phillips reprimanded the de- Negro's fine. drunkenness forfeited serve as officers during the next O. E. S. drape its Charter, in tes- Is graded on how fast a hen
public hen.Chickens
( fandant for his violation and Andrew Bell Jr., arrested for $15 bond and $4 costs. year: Fred Young, president; A. timony of its loss, in mourningfor learns to peck at the loose grains also have some curious -
pointed out the added risks involved I reckless driving, faced the court Perry Geiger vice president; and thirty days; that a copy of only. rules to decide who their
since his wife and children and drew a $25 fine. Bell had John Allen Cade, secretary. this Resolution be spread on the Social status also depends on mother is. A newborn chick will
were in the car. In passing appeared in City Court once before Minutes of the previous meet- Minutes of our Chapter, that length of residence. A hen will win accept almost anything that
sentence, the Mayor noted that on a reckless driving charge. Fishing Licenses ing were read and approved, and copies be sent to Sister Mary more encounters in her own yard moves even a rubber ball as .
this was Hewitt's first offense in Erbie Young was summoned routine, end-of-the-year businesswas Brown and Sister Rebecca Mills than in another ward. Bluffingas its mother following it about
City Court. before the court for disorderly Up One Dollar attended to. and to the Suwannee Democratfor well as superior fighting ability and attempting to nu&Je under it
+ ; The group expressed its appreciation publication. also to decide
Prank Hewitt, who later became conduct when he was caught by seems help questions for security.
engaged in a high-speed the police for throwing Marie to Ralph Hall for his Committee on Resolutions of rank. This phenomenon, known as"imprinting"
chase with the officer who arrested Reese Young's personal belongingsout On Sale SaturdaySuwannee services to Suwannee County for E. K. Hamilton, Chairman Hens and cocks have separate occurs in a numberof
t his brother, has a warrant of his house. Young said there the past four years and expressedits Norman O. Protsman peck orders. The cocks are more birds. One scientist was amazed
pending for his arrest. was no relationship between he County fishermen regrets that he is leaving the Edna Crowe pugnacious and likely to revolt to find that he himself had become -
Owen James Crews appeared and Marie. He merely owned the will find a one dollar increase on system. They wished him well in against a superior. They can lose "mother" to an affectionate -
before the court charged with house that she was living in. But. the new fresh water fishing license his new work. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) caste in dramatic fashion. flock.

driving while intoxicated and told she was ruining his house and he I which will be on sale Sat- ------
the Mayor that he had had "a wanted her out, he said. urday. June 15, at offices of all : :: < S
The Mayor dismissed the char- County Judges and their authorized ;: : ; s

ges against Young and advised sub-agents thruout the state. ..
USE him to'see the county Judge abouta The one dollar increase on all .; .
.I) writ to legally force the woman resident fresh water fishing licenses .j .
off the premises. will be set aside in a special -

FUCO Marie Young, colored, was then fund to be used for improve- t ;p 1 itt
'called before the court. She tes- ment of Florida's fresh water
Brand tified that she had been living fishing. The new licenses are
in the house for about 10 years actually effective July 1; however wI't
free of rent. She added that Erbie both the 1962-63 and the new s r
InsecticideFOR was the father of four of her 1963-64 licenses will be honored
children and that she and Erbie by all Wildlife Officers during @
had separated about.three years the period from June 15 to July 1. ,h $4 j.Mf -, ..no, Rlt :r:;
Beginning July 1, only the new t/ ; ;- c --
ago.The Mayor also dismissed char- 1963-64 licenses wil lbe honored, : ,: 7r
a -U ges of disorderly conduct against according to A. D. Aldrich, direC-
i tor, Game and Fresh Water Fish > i
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Guaranteed Renewable .. FOR Commission.license fees are:' .. r t EREDupED

Resident, state-wide, annual ,

c Hospital Surgical Insurance*. for All LIFE Ages annual$3.00; non-resident$8.00; non-resident, state-wide, state-, : To (fJAV You I

wide, 14-day continuous fishing 'L
PAYS REGARDLESS OF OTHER INSURANCEAGES $3.25; non-resident, state-wide,

five-day continuQus fishing 225. \
OVER $4.60month Authorized license, agents' thru- ; xa.9 4 .M9Ni\Yl
18-50 $1.951 65 out the county in addition to the : \
County Judge's office are Wes- : \
tern Auto Harrell's Grocery,
T AGES $2 60 CHILDREN $1 Aft Mack's Sport Shop, and Childress : Y.
61-65 I UNDER 18 VVfcnonth. Fruit Market in Live Oak; Allen's ,
r. *
h. =z :
month Cricket House in Wellborn; Wes- "
tern Auto and Fletcher's Hard- ft t'. u- 61,..
World Wide Coverage-No Dues or Assessments ware in Branford; and Aderholt's 7 1
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tiK \ ( L.
( Store in the south end of the .L..n zx.
0. Box 5817, Jacksonville 7, Florida county. s4

Please Furnish Me FREE Information .

About This Low Cost Plan Legion Installation Set

The American Legion Post 107
NAMI AC F will install its new officers Thurs- -

/ day, June 13, in ceremonies at :
the Legion Home beginning at C1J
7:30 e J a ar
Both Legion members and the
Auxiliary is invited to attend this y.. Y. A. v" v n .t
installation. Dinner will be served.

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.' THE BRANTFORD LOOPERGuaranteed I Minimum Freight Rates" Legislation Will Do This, Too!

ir !, NM a1zw xax : TELL CONGRESS TO PASS III! ._

Don't let anybody kid you -the American people Such savings are fine, as far as they go -bat

will save a lot of money when the "Minimum they don't go far enough. The public-that's Yeti

_ Rates" legislation now before Congress is passed. could be saving a lot more. Grain is only one

_ Fair competition will bring many of today's need- of hundreds of bulk and agricultural products oa

lessly high freight charges down-fast Lower which railroads can't lower freight charges with-

freight charges mean lower prices-for you. out facing long delays, as in our grain case. Or,

Southern Railway's lowered freight rates on grain all too often, our request to lower rates is flatly

12 Months Will Not Exceed 1% Fallout During Curing Provided moving into the South-recently effective after refused. Out-of-date regulation of railroads is

Twine As Specified Is1 Used 22 months of frustrating, costly-to-you delay- responsible for this, and it is costing you and: all
this is true.
prove other consumers of America billions of dollars

_I The Brantford Looper is the only machine on the market that has a variable .. We are now moving five-car multiple shipments '. each year. You pay the freight when you buy

speed control to meet all picking conditions. It can run I. to 6 sticks per min- of grain from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Macon, Ga., in j anything. .
ute. It is the only machine on the market with controls that can be mounted on our 100-ton "Big John" ,I
either side making it possible to run this machine either right or left handed. cars for a price of only What's the answer? Do your part to have COA-

With the Brantford Looper you save on kiln cost as it is easily convertible to a $1,894.72 instead of $5,289.7the old price. The gress pass the "Minimum Rates" bills as they are

strip room conveyor. You will find that you reduce curing time and improvethe savings: a whopping $3,394.55 on this one ship- now written. This will mean reduced freight rates

grade. Factory service men will be here for the season to adjust or repair ment! That's just an example. There are many I and save you money. It is in your interest Help

machines. more like it. You profit and we profit. Everybody I get it passed.Tell your Senators to vote for S.1061.

For Free Demonstration With No Obligation Call benefits.. Tell your Congressman to vote for H.R. 4700.() Do

Let's look at some frying-pan facts. Food will it today.

__ cost less. A state department of agriculture esti- -

I LAWSON BROTHERS mates the savings from lower grain freight rates -

to be: lon a dozen eggs, 1*a pound on chickens. r
PERRY FLA. 794-2981
457-0046 MAYO, FLA. Other agricultural
economists back this up and
Day,. .- or Night. -.1.(..,\.'*-..,:., Day -.... ,": point to equally significant savings on beef, milk, (SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM -t

... .....-.. .. J<" ;pork, bread and many other! market-basket, .
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_H.. _- ti Mrs.. David Richard McNeill Jr. Carlson-TYson Anna Miller Officers

Rites HeldMrs.

Ettie H. Carlson of this
city and Fred W. Tyson of Haw-
thorne were married in a quiet

x RT ceremony Saturday morning at
a eleven-thirty In the presence of

the immediate family. '00. ,
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor The Rev. E. J. Daniels of Or- 'jJ "', .. .
lando performed the ceremony in ;; Jv. ;

Miss Hanson,. ftlr.\ McNeill Exchange Nuptial T McKeithen the home of on Mr.Pine and Avenue.Mrs. Alex ?I //kr':;

Vows In Sanford Church CeremonyMiss Following the ceremony Mrs.W. ; .
L. Tedder, Mrs. Jimmy Sikes, and
: Edith Louise Hanson of Mr. and Mrs. '
Qk Dr. Fred Tyson Jr., were hosts to .
Andrew Bernhard Hanson of Sanford became the brideof j'"i _
a luncheon in the Blue Room of i
David Richard McNeill Jr., son of :Mr. and :Mrs. David the hotel. '

Richard McNeill Sr. of this city, :May eleventh at three a rn h Gladioli, asters. Shasta daisies, \ .. .

o'clock in the First Baptist Church of Sanford.The and daylilies were used to form \1.'
Rev. R. L. O'Quinn assist- ta, was matron of honor, and the __ the floral designs for the,lunch-
ed by Bill Perry of Live Oak, officiated bridesmaids were Mrs. James F. II eon.Others Officers of the Anna Miller Circle of the Live Oak Elks Lodg
at the double-ring can- Haddon of Tallahassee, Miss ROb- present were Mrs. E. J. No. 1165 who were installed Saturday night, June first. From
dlelight ceremony. in Huff of Jacksonville and Miss -4 c Daniels of Orlando, Lex McKeithen left to right, lIrs.Vm.. Laughinghouse, corresponding secretaryMrs.

The church was decorated with Judy Ludwig of Sanford. They __ of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Ken- Earl Walther, Historian; Mrs Dave Giddens, recording
baskets of white gladioli and wore dresses identical to that of ;4 r neth Glass and son, Dick, of Eus- secretary; airs. Ii. E. Granberg, treasurer; airs. Carl Moore.
Pews marked with the maid of honor and carried a __
palms. were
tis.Mr. chaplain; Mrs. Sam Koff, second vice president; Mrs. Elmer
white ribbon, arrangements of crescent designs of light pink and Mrs. Tyson will make
B. Dunn, president,
Browning, first vice president; Mrs. Troy
white stock adorned the piano, carnations and lavender asters. V their home in Hawthorne. I
.. David Eggleston, Exalted Ruler of the Lodge. Mrs. Irene Fall-
and the kneeling bench was Reginald C. McNeill, brother of ..sOy. Aw .
flanked by palms and burning the groom, served as best man. A bright, Inner Guard (not pictured).
tapers. Ushers were Charles Mull of Y w Hart Reunion
Miss Joan Wilke, organist, Fort Lauderdale, Jim Haddon of Held I Anna Miller Circle Installs Officers .
presented a program of nuptial Tallahassee, Jeff McGehee of SundayThe Mrs. Troy B. Dunn was Installed present time 77 children in thus
music and accompanied Miss Marianna, and Lex McKeithen of b family of the late Mr. and as president of the Anna i area are being treated from the
Clarise Ivey, of Graceville, who Live Oak. Mrs. T. T. Hart Sr. held their Miller Circle Saturday night, I physical therapy mobile unit. Th
sang, "This Is My Beloved", The bride's mother wore a blue vIi annual reunion Sunday at the June first, by Joe Cook, vice circle has been sending $300 pet
"Eternally", and "The Lord's sheath with matching accessoriesand home of Mr and Mrs. Radford president of the State Elks As- year to the home, either in $100
Prayer". a white orchid corsage. The Landen. sociation. Other officers Installedwere certificates or in equipment need
The bride given in marriageby mother of the groom wore a Those attending from out of Mrs. Elmer Browning, 1st ed for the home. Mrs. Walthei
her father, wore a formal champagne beige sheath with I town were Mr. and Mrs. Fred vice president; Mrs. Sam Koff. said the local lodge and the cir.
length gown of Chantilly lace and matching accessories and green I Tea. Given. For Miss CastleberryThe I Barns and children of Fort Wal- 2nd vice president; Mrs. H. E. cle were the largest contributors

satin featuring a fitted bodice, cymbidium orchids. Live Oak Elks Club was the a matching tray. The oppositeend ton Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Her- Granberg, treasurer; Mrs. Wm. to the home, percentage wise. of:
portrait neckline, long pointed Following the ceremony a reception setting Thursday afternoon from held an arrangement of pink man Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Laughinghouse. corresponding any lodge in the state.
sleeves, and a chapel train. Her was held in the Educa- four until six o'clock for a tea gladioli, mums, Queen Anne's O'Steen,Miss Juanita Cogdill, and secretary; Mrs. Dave Giddens, Mrs. Laurie Bennick physical
veil of silk illusion fell from tional Building of the church. Miss Adah Hart all of Jacksonville -
a honoring Miss Edith Ann Castle- lace and statice, flanked by a silver recording secretary; Mrs. Carl therapist nurse from Jacksonvillegave
matching headpiece accented with For traveling Mrs. McNeill bride-elect of June. candelabra holding lighted ; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hingsonof Moore, chaplain; Mrs. Earl F. a short talk about her woric
seed pearls and iridescent se- chose a beige suit with matching berry Hostesses for the occasion were pink tapers. Silver trays of petit Tampa; and Mr. and Mrs. S. Walther, historian; and Mrs. on the mobile unit In this di
quins. She carried a bouquet of accessories and the orchid from Mrs. W. M. Jernigan, Mrs. Sam fours and assorted wedding cook- B. McGlue of Lake City. Mem- Irene Fullbright, inner guard. vision. She pointed out that all
white roses and white orchids. her weddingbouquet.. They spenta Koff, :Mrs. J. W. Ryals, Mrs. Har- ies in shades of pink and white bers of the family from Live The president appointed the divisions in the state do not hav
Miss Elizabeth Haddon, cousinof few days on the East Coast and Perry, Mrs. Lawrence Lee, were placed on the table with Oak were Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cog- following chairmen: Mrs. James mobile units.
the bride and from this city, are now at home at 1605-B West vey Mrs. Ottis Brown, Mrs. Phil silver and crystal compotes of dill and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Cason, finance; Mrs. Robert New officers were introduced by
was maid of honor. She wore a Pensacola St., Tallahassee.Out Townsend Sr., and Mrs. Rudolph mints and nuts. i A. Hingson Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. G. Tuttle, parliamentarian: and Mrs. Mrs. Delton Wilson, outgoing
street length dress of pink organza of town guests includedMr. Scott. Mrs. R. L. Brinkman, pianist, I A. Hingson Jr. and family, Mrs. Earl Walther, publicity. president.
over taffeta enhanced witha and Mrs. William H. McMan- Floral designs of spring flow- and Mrs. Wm. R. Slaughter, vio- Bessie Landen, and Dennis Hart. Mrs. Virgil Smuts was masterof Husbands of members wer,*
bell overskirt of self same material away, Mrs. L. M. Crews Sr., Mr. ers in shades of pink were placedat linist, rendered a program of tea The family enjoyed visiting together ceremonies and Mrs. Ottis guests for the supper busmen-
the dress featured a boat and Mrs. L. M. Crews Jr., and points of interest in the foyer.In music during the afternoon.Mrs. as well as all the wonderful Brown gave the invocation and meeting.
neckline. Her headpiece was a granddaughter Lynn Elliott of the ball room floor baskets of Lee and Mrs. Brown food. benediction.Mrs. .
pillbox with a bow of the self Merritt Island, Miss Dianne pink myrtle were spaced greeted the guests at the door. Other friends and relatives Walther gave a short talk
same material across center front. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Had- with urns crepe of The piano Mrs. Ryals and Mrs. Perry pre- dropped by during the afternoon. reviewing the past seven years of LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
From the headpiece fell a circularveil. don Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. greenery. of sented the guests to the receiving the circle which was organizedin
held long arrangement
Her bouquet was a crescent Baisden and sons, Charlie and Mrs. John 1956. She stated that their
Shasta daisies. The table holdingthe line composed of McCullers, and Miss Brenda Mc-
design of deep pink carnationsand I I Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Perry, guest book was covered witha Castleberry, mother of the hon- Mullen. main concern was for the crip- Small or Large Areas
lavender asters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Howes, pled children at the
white hand-crocheted cloth ov- oree Miss Castleberry, and Mrs. The hostesses presented the Harry Anna CALL
Mrs. William B. Park of Atlan- I I Mrs. T. Jason Kennon, Mrs. AlexLet's er pink. A lighted pink candle encircled Irones Campbell mother of the honoree with a silver casserole. Crippled Children's Home in

with dainty pink mums groomelect.Mrs. Around 125 guests called during Umatilla. She pointed out that a H. G. TURNERNight
Make It A Date AtParker's and fern was on the table. The Koff kept the guest book. the appointed hours. Out of town child's father does not have to bea
colums of the room were entwined Presiding over the punch bowl guests were Mrs. Campbell, member of the Elks Lodge to 963-2751
Drive In with ivy and shaded lights. were Mrs. Jernigan, Mrs. Scott, groom-elect's mother, Mrs. Tom be able to enter the home. Nine Day 963.2373
It's the perfect spot to eat no / The tea table was covered witha and Mrs. Townsend. Assisting as Webb, and Mrs. Pete Webb, all of children from this county have or writeP.
long waiting drive up and pink damask cloth. Rosettes of floor hostesses were Miss Karen Jacksonville. Mrs. W. H. Wood- been in the home in the past seven O. Box 475
served directly to you in your car. .. c white satin ribbon centered with Perry, Miss Sinka Koff, Miss Diane ard of Madison, and Mrs. Albert years and they were not chil- WELLBORN FLORIDA
Wonderful menu to choose I ,
from. f\'i.t( table'sedge Johnson, Miss Mary Alice Campbell of Lee. dren of Elk members. At the --- -- ..
Open from accented the
11 ajn. to 11 pjn. except !/J'. pink mums
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Fridays and Saturdays we \ One end of the table held
are open from 11 a.m. to 12 pjn. l1, the crystal punch bowl cradled in
GIANT 24 OZ. COKES 30c McKeithen, Mrs. Lavaughn New-
r a bern, and Miss Dorothy Lee Can-
16 Oz. 20 Oz. Gallon
non, all of this city; Mr. and Mrs.J. .
tOe 15c 40c Lou Caro of West Palm Beach; i

PIT BARBECUE Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Chiltonof 1
BROASTED CHICKEN STEAKS Edgewater; Mr. and :Mrs. !
DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH James W. Register of Seville;
and Mrs. Daniel U. Livermore of
Parker's Drive In Fort Rucker Ala.; and Mr. and

JASPER HIGHWAY Mrs.ami. Charles Ray Allen of Mi-

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bliss Elizabeth Ann Haddon Home Economics
Ucg e/led Here And There I
: t Summer Schedule

Mrs. Lee Pryor has announcedthe
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Townsend ter Libby, Miss Marsha Bird.
: schedule for the
summer Sr, and son W. H., spent last Miss Jeanette Brannan, and Miss
classes in Home Economics that
week end in Jacksonville and attended Clyde Brannan spent several days
will be held in the Home Econo-
'WOMENCLARA ,.y. the graduation exercises of last week at Jacksonville Beaeh.
mics Building at Suwannee High
Forest High School where Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schwartz
:::;::,; School starting Monday.All Mary Lou Newton graduated. Miss and daughters, Judy and Joyoe.
girls registered for the-
Newton is a granddaughter of the of Jacksonville spent the week
ninth grade at Suwannee
i Townsends. She graduated witha end with Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
School may attend the following class of 424 and plans to enter Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Artie
Jones-Thompson Robinson-Brown classes: Beginning: Sewing, Mon- David Lipscomb College in Nash- Palmer. Miss Gail Palmer and
days and Wednesday from 1 to 4
ville Tenn., next fall. Miss Patsy Palmer returned to
Plans ToldMr.
EngagementMiss Wedding p.m.; Foods and Etiquette, Wed-
ft Mr. and Mrs Phil TownsendSr. Jacksonville with Mr. and Mr*.
Dorothy Lyndia Jones, and Mrs. Horace Davis of nesdays from 9:30 ajn. to 12 ., will spend this week end in Schwartz where they will spend
daughter of Mrs. Eunice Brown Route Four announce the plans t t* noon; FHA Activities Thursdaysfrom Jacksonville and attend the Shut a week.

Jones of Jacksonville, and LennF for the wedding of their daughter Wf .. 1 to 4 p.m. and Rykert wedding to be held Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall and
Jones of Memphis, Tenn., is Mary Louise Robinson to Classes open to all Suwannee in the All Saint's Chaped at the sons David and Bill, left Wednesday -
engaged to be married to Ronald James Malcolm Brown Jr., son of .:1 High School girls above the ninth NAS Friday evening. Miss Fran- for Pell City, Ala., where
Garrett Thompson, son of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. James Malcolm ::>l>: I grade level are as follows: Ad- ces (Cookie) Shuff is the grand- they will make their home for the

and Mrs. Samuel C. Thompson, of Brown Sr., of Route Five. ..........w,.,.., vanced Sewing, Tuesdays and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Town- summer.
: ;.
Jacksonville, according to an an- The ceremony will be performed y.:: Fridays from 1 to 4 pm.; Home send. Mrs. Horry Hair in and children -

nouncement made by her parents. Saturday evening, June twen- ; i Improvement Tuesdays from 9:30 Jimmie Shuff m is spendingthe Lisa Carol and HOITy IV, of
The bride-elect, a 1959 gradu- ty-ninth, at eight o'clock at the :;; ajn. to 12 noon; Red Cross Home summer months with George Zellwood spent several days here

ate of Andrew Jackson High Rocky Sink Baptist Church.A it er Nursing, Tuesdays from 7 to 9 Townsend m. last week with Mrs. H. H. Hair Sr.

School received a bachelor of reception will beheld in the P-m.; FHA Activities, Thursdays Mrs. Frank Futch Sr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor of
arts degree in elementary' education home of the bride's parents fol- ( .. from 1 to 4 pjn. Louie C. Wadsworth spent Friday Route 4 have had as their guests

I from Stetson University, De- lowing the ceremony.No .: ., .vYy G. Adults may attend the follow- and Saturday in Jacksonville.Mr. recently Mr. and Mrs. James F.
I Land, where she was a member of invitations are being sent ....::!"...... ing classes on the same days and and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Jr. Cooper of Angels Camp, Calif.
the Phi Mu ,social sorority and locally but all friends and rela- : V V times listed above: Advanced of Nashville, Tenn., arrived Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Cooper are well
Kappa Delta Pi education hon tives of the couple are invited to TVjVV Y Sewing, Home Improvement, and day to visit relatives.Mr. known for their House of Bells.
orary. attend the wedding and the re- Red Cross Home Nursing.A and Mrs. Lindsey H. Ben- Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cannon -
The prospective bridegroom wasa ception. clinic will be held Thursday nett Jr. of Rossville, Ga., spent and daughter Dorothy Lee
member of the 1957 graduating mornings from 9:30 to 12 noon Saturday night here with her left Sunday to spend a few days
I class at Robert E. Lee High and is open to all groups. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney in Boyington Beach deep sea
School. He attended Stetson University Mrs.( Hillhouse Tyson, enroute to South Florida. fishing. They met their son Rob-
where he pledged Pi Shower HonoreeMrs. Miss Hanson Given Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Milton and ert E. Cannon II, and his bride
} Kappa Phi Fraternity. He served i children, Glenda, Randy and the former Miss Maria Castro
J. B. Hillhouse was hon- Bridesmaids LucheonOn
with the Army overseas. Nedra spent the week end in of Puerto Rico, in Miami Wed
The wedding will be an eventof ored with a stork shower at the Mr. and Airs. Frank Haddon announce the engagement of Friday, May tenth Mrs. W. Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. nesday.

June 28 in the Franklin Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wood their daughter, Elizabeth Ann to Thomas Allison Scott son of A. Kratzert and Mrs. Homer Little Curtis Collins and in Palatka Mrs. Ronald W. Branham and
June 6, at 7:30 in the
Baptist Church at eight o'clock Air. and Airs. Rudolph Scott. entertained in the home of visiting Mrs. Milton's brother and daughters Debra and Kim of Or-
and all friends and relatives are evening. :Mrs. Kratzert with a bridesmaid sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. DonE. lando are spending two weeks
Mrs. J. H. Schneider and Mrs. Miss Haddon graduated from Suwannee High School in 1961.
luncheon honoring Miss Edith
invited. Nipper. here with Mrs. Branham's mother -
Wayne Law won prizes for the She was the Editor of the annual President of National Honor
Miss Jones is the granddaughter Mrs. Niels Brorsen and daugh- Mrs. Irby H. Black.
played. Society, Varsity Cheerleader Captain. She is Junior at the
of the late Robert R. Brownof games now a The luncheon table was centered -
this city. After the games the honoreewas University of Georgia Athens Ga., where she will graduate 1965 with an arrangement of white

presented with her gifts with a BS in Elementary Education.Mr. and yellow Fuji mums flanked by

which she opened.Refreshments Scott graduated from Suwannee High School hi 1960 andis white tapers.

BurnhamBarrettSlnallPadgett of cake punch, now in his Second Professional year in pharmacy school Univer- Miss Hanson presented gifts to IRRIGATION
coffee, mints, and roasted nuts
I sity of Georgia, was president of First Professional year pharmacy, her attendants.The COMPLETE SYSTEMS
were served. school had the highest scholastic average for the First Professional'year hostess presented Miss
Mrs. Elizabeth Avriett Burnhamof Around fifteen attended.Cheerleaders Hanson with
in pharmacy. He will continue his education at the Univer- &
Jasper and Jack Barrett of this Present with the hostesses and
city, Mrs. Juanita Avriett sity of Georgia with a BS in Pharmacy.The .
Attend were Miss Elizabeth Had. DISTRIBUTORS FOR:
Small and J. S. Padgett of Jasper wedding will be an event of September first at three '
don Miss Robin Huff, Miss Judy DEMING TURBINE PUMPS
were married in a double ceremony Statewide ClinicThe o'clock in the afternoon, at the First Baptist Church. Ludwig, Mrs. William B. Park

June third, by Judge Hal Suwannee High School Mrs. James F. Haddon, Mrs. An- CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU.
W. Adams, who had been granted Varsity Cheerleaders attended a drew B. Hanson, mother of the
a special permit to perform the Cheerleader's state-wide clinic at Jack And Jill Exercises HeldThe honoree, Mrs. David R. McNeillSr. .

ceremony.Mr. P. K. Yonge High School in Jack and Jill Nursery and Graduates from the kindergarten ., mother of the groom Mrs.L. REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE
and Mrs. Barrett will reside Gainesville June 7, 8, 9. Kindergarten held their gradua- were Cindy Sue Bass Nancy M. Crews Sr., grandmother of RACE AND RACE AND
in Live Oak where heis They received excellent rat-
an sixth at six Alderman. Steven Montgomery
tion exercises June the groom and Mrs. H. McManaway -
manager of the Cable TV Co. ing in their performances.Those thirty o'clock at the Nursery Shan'na Bland Kenny Wood and grandmother of the bride. SURE RANE FITTINGS
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May County Court News And Activities From FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN

Enjoys Tasty DinnerThe RE: The Estate of
McAlpin Community 4-H RECREATION CENTERBy Detected.N .

The following cases were 'wrong side of road, having acci- days; Charles Edward Gay, improper Club held a cook-out Monday, .tk. Of Fffiac Petition For Final

heard In County Court or ad- dent, $35 bond estreated; Wayne passing $35 bond estreated May 20, at the McAlpin School. TO ALL Discharge WHOM Of IT Administratrix MAY CONCERN:

minlstered through the County Anderson fishing without lic- ; James Ray Simmons, driving Mrs. J. Fred Devane led the CHARLES PULLEY, Director J Notice U hereby !rinD that I have

during May. $25 bond estreated. without license, $35 bond estreated in several while the filed my final returns as Administratorof .,
ense. games
Jad=e's office group The summer program of the there will be two class times inof the Estate of Fred L. Newman. deceased
public records and David Lawrence Marks, speeding ; Raymond William Johnson, food was being prepared.The ; that I have filed my pet mi,a
are Rec-
They Live Oak-Suwannee County their classes.
for final discharge and that I will apply "
printed here as a public service. $35 bond estreated; Samuel driving without license, case dis- menu consisted of chopped reation Department will go into Swimming classes will be held to the Honorable Reeee Brow

Crowley, worthless check, Lewis Dauncy, speeding, $25 or missed, defendant produced valid steaks, baked potatoes, tossed County Judge of Sawaaaee County
Ervin swimming in and
full swing next week as four two-week sessions Florida, on Jane 19, IfM, for approve-.
$25 court costs and restitution; 10 days; Raymond Jackson, fail license. salad, rolls, mixed drinks, and classes and boys baseballwill each session. Classes will be f.t of the same and for final discharge as

Willie E. Whitehead, worthless ing to stop at stop sign having David Warren Radfield, failing homemade ice cream. get underway. Monday morning 8 and 9 am. The first session Newman Administrator deceased.of the estate of Fred 1

check, $25 court costs and restitution accident, $7.50 court costs; FrankM. to have vehicle under control, accident There were approximately 25 opens the first swimming will begin Monday, June 17, and DATED at Live Oak. Florida, it ;3

; Julius F. Odom, removing Reeves, speeding, $35 bonds $50 bond estreated; Frede- guests present. sessions and all persons who have will last for two weeks. There 23rd day of May.SRobert IMt. R. Newman

property under lein, $25 court estreated; Harold Lee Pearson, rick Victor Brantly speeding. $20 registered for that session shouldbe will be swimming each day the !.5

costs and restitution of $249.62, reckless driving. $50 bond estreated fine; Ralph Riley speeding $35 Mrs. Williams Story at the Municipal SwimmingPool pool is open during the weeks of NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

or six months in Jail; Buck Jor- ; "Buddy" Wadford, petit larceny bond estreated; Willie Karl The- ( ready to swim at the time the sessions except Saturday. Notice is hereby dUD that I, Hugh

check $25 court dismissed motionof 10 Teller At LibraryMrs. Lewis as Sheriff of Sawannee County
dan, worthless case upon Losen. speeding, $25 or days.H. There will be a diving class Florida in and by virtue of that certain

costs and restitution; William affiant; Manuel Slawin, speeding A. Brown, worthless check, Frank Williams will be the taught each Saturday beginning, execution leaved owt of the Sma\

Skelton No. I, worthless check, $35 bond estreated; Willie $12.50 court costs and restitu- story teller at the Suwannee Riv- Soil TechniciansUse June 22. This class will be held Claims County Court Florida in wherein and for D. L.Suwannee McCra-r:

$25 court costs and restitution; Brown, speeding, $35 bond es- tion; Raymond Robert Kologek er Regional Library Monday at 9 ajn.Junior. is Plaintiff and D. C. Greene Prey '
'Skelton No. 2, worthless treated Alfred Curry, speeding, at the Chil- dent, d/b/a Greene's Top & Wird*
; at 10 am.
William defendant
no tag $15 or 5 days, morning and Senior Life Saving shield Company is defendant by Tin, e
check, $25 court costs and resti- $35 bond estreated; Edward Ward, purchased valid tag; James dren's Story Hour. Power AugerThe at the of that certain judgement on Put:' .
William Skelton No. 3, $25 speeding $35 bond estreated. will hear the stor- I courses will be taught record of Suwannee County. Florida, I
tution; Franklin Morris, no tag, $15 or The children swimming pool beginning July 15 have levied upon and will offer for sale

court costs and restitution. John David Rayfield, driving 5 days defendant purchased val- ies of "Little Dark House", "The Soil Conservation Service's The Junior Life Saving course and sell to the highest and best bidder;

John Clardy, obtaining groceries without license $35 bond estreated id tag; Richard Hunt, no tag, $15 Gold Bug", and "Ben Franklin power auger was in the county will be for people 12 thru 15 years for cash in at Live the Oak.front Sawannee door of the Count CourtHouse '.

with intent to defraud, $25 ; Louie Cherry reckless driv- or 5 days, defendant purchasedvalid Post Master". last week. It was used by SCS of the Senior course will] Florida, to satisfy said judgement and
restitution age and costs Jane 17. lNI. daring the ksrs-
; on
court costs and ing, $30 or 10 days; Daniel Brow- tag; Leslie Hicks No. 1, accident, $20 or 10 Technicians John Hampton and be for those 16 and over. The fee hours of sale the following describe
reckless having
Charles William Grady, ard Boone, reckless driving, $25 D.W.I., $100 or 90 days, license trol, Russell Parsons to check pond for this course will be $6. This property to-wit:
estreated One & h.p. air serial N c
driving, $25 bond ; fine; Donald L. Lockwood impro- suspended for 90 days; Leslie days. Fleming, improper site possibilities on the farms of fee does not cover the cost of the 237898. with S compressor h.p. Dayton Motor
James A. Harrell No. I, worth- passing $35 bond estreated; John Lee S. C. Hall and No. 6004 and 20 Ht. air compressortank
per Hicks No. 2, resisting officer $50 causing accident, Bob Engstrom, Red Cross Life Saving Text Book] i
court costs and lane change, No. PST 982717 and air coirpressor -
less check, $25 Ralph Chester Russell, fishing or 25 days; H. A. Brown, worth- dismissed Jesse Vera Kee- Son Howard LeFevre, Curtis which those people taking the equipment Type VAF soot( .
restitution; Dorothy Jean Daniels, license $35 bond estreat-: case ; Fletcher Jr. serial No. 27699.Hvgb .
without T. J.
less check, $12.50 court costs and $35 bond estreated Humphries, and Senior course must have. The
vehicle under con- speeding, Lewis Sheriff
Jailing to have ed: H. Russ, obtaining lodging restitution; Aaron Howard Crews man Williams Jr., driving Using this Jeep-mounted power Junior course does not require Sawannee County, Florida

trol, $15 court costs; Albert Car- with intent to defruad, $25 court reckless driving, $35 bond estreated ; Isercire auger it is possible to drill as deepas %-i
5 days; this book.
$15 or
ter, public drunkenness, $25 bond costs and restitution; Arthur ; Delmer Williamson, reckless without lights, of fifty feet if need be. In the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
G. L. Bryant, Jimmie Lee James violation Little League, Tadpole, and Pee THE
estreated; Rev. Skinner, failing to stop for school driving, $50 bond estreated; south end of the county perman- THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
failure to stop for school bus, $35 bus case dismissed defendant R of W, $15 or 5 days; Hubert be found within 20 Wee League Baseball will begin FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN-
James E. Walford Sr. speeding $35 ent can NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYIN
bond estreated. produced evidence that auto was $35 bond estreated; Cleveland Wayne Caldwell, speeding, to 25 feet below the ground. Monday afternoon at 5. All boys RE: Adoption of
Edward L. Wilson, worthless bond estreated; Isaac Edward who would like to play in one of: Judith LnAnn Hurst
not his; Leroy Dailey, reckless driving, $35 or bond With the power auger, sites can James Howard Hurst II
check $25 court costs and resti- Woodward Jr., speeding, $35 these leagues be sure to register
10 Hunt
driving, $30 or days; 10 days; George Manfield Tompkins Reed be located where excavation can Brentice Denise .
tution; Clarence Eugene Edwards, James Kato, fishing without license estreated; James Willard into the water before next Monday. Registration TO: James Howard Hunt whose re
reckless driving $50 cash be made deuce is unknown.
$35 bond estreated; Wil- No. 1 speeding, $25 or 10 days; all baseball leagues will be
speeding, for
$25 bond estreated: Henry bond estreated Lonnie Frazier, table which will provide plentyof You are hereby notified that a Cria-
Fisher ; Willard Reed No. 2, driv- 22 and anyone not plaint for the Adoption of the above
liam H. improper passing, West bond James closed June
petit larceny, $50 es- of tobacco.
water for irrigation
public drunkenness, $50 bond es- court named children to-wit: Judith LuAr-)
$35 bond estreated; Richard Er- ing without license, $15 registered by that date will not
treated. treated Dean McIntosh Jr., improper In the central and north portionsof Hunt James Howard Hurst H. and
mon McKee, D.W.I., $100 or 90 ; costs, having secured a valid lic- be able to participate. Boys 13-15 Brentice Denise Hurst has been fJt diD
90'' Alec West, accessory to petit tag, $15 or 5 days, defendant Lavon Darley, the county, it is necessary to the above styled Court by Judo i
for Katherine wish to play
license who
days, suspended ense; of
build years G. Mitchell and Jesse R. Mitchell and
larceny, $50 bond estreated; purchased valid tag; Clif- dig conventional ponds or
days; Frank Saunders driving onATHLETE'S speeding. $15 or 5 days; EJwood Pony League baseball should signup you are required to serve a copy of your
James Earl Galloway, reckless ton Leaven Davis, speeding, $25 or violation of R of W, $15or dams to store water for stock or so that Answer or Pleading to the Compla.i.
Perry, soon as possible
driving $50 bond estreated Allen Merle Lewis irrigation.Here upon the Plaintiffs Attorney. Wm
FOOT ; 10 William ,
5 days; Carleton Burney, teams may be drawn and play can Randall Slaughter. P. O. Box Off. Le
HOW TO TREAT IT- Poe Bryant, driving without license improper license, $35 bond es- bond -estreated; too. the auger is useful in Oak, Florida, and file the original 'i

Apply instant-drying T-4-L. You feel it case dismissed, defendant treated; Thomas Allen, breach of speeding, $35 assault. determining if there is clay underneath begin. the office of the Clerk of the Circ" "
Burnett, simple Court, Sawannee County Florida on (1'
take hold to check itching burning.la Maurice
produced valid license dated 10 days. which will provide good before the 28th of Jane. A. D. H6'
minutes. Then in 3 to 5 days, watch peace, $25 or court costs or 5 days; Jullen day
infected akin slough off. Watch healthy 8/11/62. Warren Ford, obtaining grocer- $15 material for dam constructionand PUBLIC NOTICESNOTICE if yon care to contest the came other
public drunkenness, wise the allegations of the Complaint
skin replace it. If not pleased IN ONE E. Chauncey,
HOUR your 48e back at any drug Birch P. McDonough, speeding, ies with intent to defraud, $25 10 days; Annie B. Rowell, water storage.MeAlpin will be taken as confessed by you.
tore. NOW at LIVE OAK DRUG CO.: and restitution Wil- DONE AND ORDERED fo Lire Ot":
$35 bond estreated Cary Augus- court costs ;
KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper; and WISE'SDRUG ; public drunkenness, $50 bond es- UNDER FICTITIOUSOR Florida this 27th day of May A D.
in Jasper. tine Hurst, speeding, $25 or 10 liam Carl Roberts, speeding $25or treated David Grant obtaining TRADE NAME LAW 1963.
10 days James Columbus ; School TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Lavaughn A. Sessions
'I ... ; food with intent to defruad $25 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Clerk of Circuit Court
Bridger Jr., speeding $35 bond restitution of $88.26 or pursuant to the fictitiousname Sawaaaee County, Florida
estreated; Howard Junior Bass, fine and statute. Chapter 20953 or Section (SEAL)
60 days. 865.09 Florida Statutes. 1941. will By: Geraldine M. Gamble D.C ,
MOVING SOON! driving on wrong side of road George Houston, obtaining food Graduates FourThe register with the Clerk of the Circuit 3-6

causing accident, $15 or 5 days; Court In and for Suwannee County,
with intent to defraud, $25 court Florida, upon receipt of proof of pub IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC Carleton Ronnie Miller, speeding, costs and restitution of $32.96or McAlpin School held its lication of this notice the fictitious IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNT'
bond estreated Charlie name to-wit
$35 ; exercises Saturday,
GREATLY REDUCEDWe Jowers public graduation IN RE The Estate of
20 days; Thomas Branford Gas A:: Electric Company :
Yates, speeding, $35 bond es- drunkenness, fined $25 or 10 June 1, at the school auditorium.C. under which I will engage in business.I CIMMIE B. THOMPSON SHEA,

Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store treated; Acie Cannon speeding, A. Griffin gave the devotional. expect to engage in business in Deceased.
days, sentence suspended as Branford. Florida and my address is Notice Of Filing Petition For Final
$30 or 10 days; Alvin E. McKinney had been in jail one week Judy Nash salutatorian, gave Branford Florida. Discharge Of Administratrix
bond estreated The extent of ownership is entire.W. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
speeding $35 ; Scho-
address. Greg
B & J GIFT SHOPConner Curtis Lee Davis, the welcome Notice
as of this date; R. MAYNARD is hereby given that I wi :
Cecil Richardson, speeding, $35 class will and Alvin file final administratrix
driving while license revoked, $50 field gave the Dated this 5th day of June A.D. 1963. my returns as
MAYNARD of the estate of Cimmie B. Thomps<'i
bond estreated Milton Elmer W. R.
the class prophecy.
Street Next To Suwannee Democrat or 10 days In jail, sentence suspended Green gave 5.8 Shea deceased; that I will file my petition
Steiner, speeding $35 bond es- license having been reinstated Glenda Haas, valedictorian gave for final discharge and that I ,,,::1!
PHONE 362-3492 treated; Kay Marie Donohue, the farewell address.W. NOTICETO apply to the Hon. Reeee Brown Con--: .
5/17/63; Eddie James WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ty! Judge of Suwannee County Florida,
III 11I11I failing to have vehicle under con- Brown, driving without license. A. Patterson, principal. You will please take notice that the on Monday. July 1st, 1963. for approval -. 1
the diplomas to the undersigned W. V. Hunter and his of the same and for final d-
case dismissed defendant pro- wife Lee Ona Hunter husband and charge as administratrix of the estate
duced valid license issue 9/28/62; four[ students graduating. wife. are engaging and will engage ins of Cimmie B. Thompson. Shea.
filCC Graduating were Alvin David retail mercantile business handling May 28. 1968.EDITH .
Solomon Robinson speeding $25 furniture and other merchandise, new BARTON WOLF
or 10 days; Evert Lee Donaldson, Green, Glenda Gale Haas, Judy and used, at Live Oak. Florida in the Administratrix of the estate rf
Faye Nash, and Gregory Lynn name of HUNTER'S FURNITURE Cimmie B. Thompson Shea. de
improper passing, $35 bond es- STORE and will file a registration of ceased.
ciP5i/et74me treated; Frederick Gerald Hall, Schofield. aid fictitious name as required by Sec- 3-6
tion 865.09, Florida Statutes.
i JET speeding $35 bond estreated; Said business is owned by the undersigned NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR
Thomas Jowers, worthless check, as an estate by the entirety.
Here And ThereMrs. Dated this June 10. 1963.
$25 fine and restitution of $10 W. V. HUNTER Notice is hereby given that the rn

or 10 days; James Marcus Spencer Chester Bedell of Jack- LEE ONA HUNTER dersigned. pursuant to the fictitious,
name 20953,
5-8 statute Chapter or Sftion
driving without license, case sonville spent the week end here 865.09. Florida Statutes 1941. w :

dismissed; John F. Clark No. 1, with her mother, Mrs. H. H. Hair NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF A register with the Clerk of the Circa,,
in and Sa
D.W.I., $100 or 90 days, license ABANDONING THE PUBLIC Florida upon receipt of proof of publication
revoked for 90 days. Sr.Mr.. and Mrs. Stafford Williamsof ROAD IN THE Nf OF -SECTION of this notice the fictitious name

Stylie Tennell petit larceny McAlpin visited Mr. and. Mrs.L. 21, TOWNSHIP 13 2 EAST SOUTH RANGE to-wit; : WARE'S PHARMACY

., $25 or 10 days; A. Johnson worthless F. Williams Sunday. Notice is hereby given that the Boardof under I which I will engage in bnsnes! '.
expect to engage in basinets 'i
County Commissioners of Suwannee ?
check dismissed motionof Branford Florida
upon and
County Florida at its regular meetingon my address ,3
affiant; Mary Evans, assault June 4, 1963 adopted a resolution Suwannee A YCBue. ,

and battery, $35 or 10 days; William Car4 Of ThanksI closing public road vacating that portion and abandoning of the public asa The extent of ownership W. S. WARE Is entire SR.

Henry Whiddon, failing to wish to express my appreciation road running North and South in theN 1963.Dated this 2Mb day of May A D.

;' have vehicle under control causing for the kindness shown us % of Section 21, Township 2 South. W. S. WARE SR.
Range 13 East, along the line dividing
I-I t
accident; Mrs. W. C. Mullins, during the illness of my husband, the NEVI from the NW<4 of said section -

fishing without license, case dismissed Lewis Howell who is much better beginning at the South edge of the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF
1 Tobacco right of way of a County Road immediately -
I Curer defendant produced valid now. Also thanks for the South of the L.O.P. G. Railroad IN RE SUWANNEE: The Estate COUNTY of FLORIDA.

license dated 6/27/62; Mrs. Paul flowers cards, food, and prayers .and continuing South to the line BARBARA L. ZEHJLER,
dividing the N% from the S% of said
10 Langford, fishing without license, which meant so very much to us. section, by order of the Board of County NOTICE TO Deceased.CREDITORSAll
0 year warranty on stove body and burner.
dismissed defendant God bless each of Commissioners of Suwannee County creditors
case pro- May richly of the Estate of Ba*-
e Safer. automatic temperature control automatic cut-off. Florida. ban L. Zeiglcr, deceased are herefcr
duced valid license dated
6/27/62 is
; you our By order of said Board.
.. "Clear-Clean" swirl! action rust-proof aluminum burner for cleaner heat Charles W. Brooks, fishing with- prayer.Mrs.. Lewis Howell Lavanghn A. Sessions, Clerk or notified demands and required which they to file may any claims have

at lower fuel cost. Board of County Commissioners igainst said Estate in the office of the
out license, $25 or 10 days. (Paid Notice) Snwannee County Florida
County Judge of Sawannee
0 Lower upkeep with high quality construction. 6 in the Court House at LiveOak.

PLUS heat Florida, within six calendar moaifca
i. 0 Tilting spreader for. complete control over heat distribu IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT' from the date of the first publication

tion and steel box, easily locked, enclosing controls. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY'' of this Notice; which is the IOth.. day
RE: The Estate of Each claim mast be in writing and
ROBERT R. BROWN must state the place of residence and
REPLACE MIMEOGRAPH MACHINES Deceased. post office address of the claimant sr.J
: must be sworn to by the claimant fc j
All creditors of the Estate of Rob- tent or his attorney and mutt t..>
en R. Brown, deceased, are hereby f Tiled in duplicate or it wiH become -.,-,J
notified and required to file any claims recording to law.
: or demand which they may have against T. A. ROWAND III, and
NOW FOR EXTRA QUALITY & PROFIT laid estate in the Office of the CountyFudge T. At ROWAND IV

of Suwannee County, Florida in Executors of the Last Will a- S
the Court House at Live Oak Florida, Testament of Barbara L. Zeg.c'
Bohn Machine within six (6) calendar months from deceased.
.. Mimeograph the date of the first publication of this .-.
notice Each claim or demand must be
filed in duplicate, in writing, and must NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
state the place of residence and post OR TRADE NAME LAW
New- $275.00( office address of the claimant and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
5ihtt7 must be sworn to by the claimant, his Notice is hereby given that the nr.
.went, or his attorney or it will become dersigned, p rs.aat to the f ctl!" a
me roid according to law. name statute Chapter 291, or fcc '
Your Old Machine Worth $75.00 S/ MARY M. HOYES BROWN Ion 65.09.. Florida Statutes, 1941 *, .
Executrix register with the Clerk of the ("lr<
of Condition S/ LEO VANNExecutor Court in and for Sawannee tour:, :
TOBACCO CURERS Trade-Regardless
Florida upon receipt of proof of r: ,'
SOiL 5-8 laeation of this notice the fictn: 3;
name to-wit:
which I will engage in bog in e
better- for less! FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN I expect to engage in basinets .'-
HEYER USEDMimeograph RE: The Estate of Branford. FUrida sad my address ise .
I DELLA C. MITCHELL noses Aveave.
0 25% more powerful heating chamber. Deceued. The extent of ownership to entire
Notice Of Filing Petition For Final MELVIN H. OWENS
0 Famous Allen Lo-Pilot Burner saves oil. Machine Discharge Of Administratrix Dated this 3rd Jane A.D. 1..t:'
?| 9 Large 42-Inch Heat Spreader. Notice is hereby given that I have 4-7
.. fled my final returns as Administratrix -
O of the Estate of Delia C. Mitchell IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
r Only $85.00RECONDITIONED deceased; that I have filed my petition "* AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN. L Ln7
[or final discharge and that I will Y. FtPRIDAIN PROBATE
See the Dealer
'. Displaying p : ipply to the Honorable Reeee Brown BE: The Estate of
; This Sign bounty Judge of Sawannee County HOWARD L. lIcKINNONJHceaaed.
: ... e Florida, on June 25, 1963, for approval .
r ... ._...:bl. at the same and for final discharge asAdministratrix NOTICE TO CREDITORS
... -
k'-.9' ,,:: of the estate of Delia C. AD credJterc: of the Estate of H"w -
Mitchell deceased. rd L McEma* deceased .,
are her>'
: DATED at Live Oat Florida, this >Milled sad required to file any c.as!
Std day of May 1963. .r demand which they
may have
It <
Manufacturing Co.: Inc.Torboro edge. of Sowaanee County Florida, .

: : McCRIMON'SOFFICE !-& withfu ie; Court aix House(6) calendar at Live month Oak., FloYl fro

; N. C.-Davenport Iowa r . ", ,,, NOTICE the date of the first pabKeatioa of \1:
Notice is hereby given to all persons notfee. Zeeje: elaia, or demand mutt L

Br.nch e i$ HortncvS., C. Tiftoo, Ga..- DalU, Taxis Columbus; Ohio SUPPLY responsible whom ft may for concern any obligation that I win incurred not be fi1ecl.t&t4t fa than .piicate.place of In resident4 wrltlog and mu :i.

.' by anyone except myself or by Alfred offle s Odreu of the ckknaTtS post, (
t. F, Airta. as my attorney in fact. An cf auat be awona to 117 tbt a. ds,;;
Howard Street elabaart.. .
108 this.date, Mrs. Sarah.CkKwood-wffl own & ert.... a .r : 1. ..
.ey: ,
lent et It Will be ;':::
Marketer .
L H. GILL Sinclair
'Bl" the business known '
aj C14 904.a. Gro- TOW "coNli1. to law.J. x:
ee'7. Tavern. D. MeteLCLIFFORD /' .. !. .
-, W..- Howard- .. .. -- St.. 362-1972 ....-t'*.. 4-7