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

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY
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20, 1963 VOL 79.. NO. '6


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has been reported since commentwas Officials ,
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made here last week relativeto Moses Unseated Equalization Agree -

the seemingly disregard of individual .,. ,',} Hearing ScheduledThe
,rights and just plain : By Minter Other Board of County Com- To Share Pool _

courtesy. tt missioners and the Tax Asses-

The City Council has taken .,., .. sor will convene Tuesday July Costs .
steps to alleviate the situationby Incumbents WinOne 2, at 10 a.m. as a board of equa- Equally
asking the State Road Depart-
ri lization to hear grievances on
ment to have their engineers study assessments of real and personal The Board of County Com
incumbent councilman was
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the problem. At the same time missioners met Saturday and
property on the 1963 tax role.
in Town
, defeated the Branford
Police Chief Elwood Howard stated ; k Election last week another one This board of equalization is voted to participate with the
I he would give this matter his c re-elected empowered to reduce or increase City of Live Oak on a 50-50
t was by a narrow mar-
personal attention. He asked that h gin, and the third councilmanand assessments on property that it i basis in building a swimmingpool

specific instances be reported to .y the town clerk were re-elected deems to place an unfair tax at the site of the pro-
him as to length of delay time without opposition. burden on the property holder. posed New Douglass Recreation -
of day and any other pertinent Any persons who may have Center.
Information. Tommy Minter Jr. upset veteran -
grievances relative to the 1963 This action sets into motion officially -
Councilman V. M. Moses for
I have found that sometimes
tax roles are urged to attend the
the construction ol
F action is slow in coming but am Post No. 5 by a 9-vote margin.
this
session. The public is In-
colored
proposed swimming pool for -
The vote for Minter 140
convinced that the people of Live was ; vited.
citizens adjacent to the
Oak are not going to accept much Moses received 131. .
Douglass High School that will
longer this disregard of their Councilman Frank R. Norris of
Unidentified Man likely be completed and in use
1 right to use that crossing with Post 4 was re-elected by the scant
before the end of the summer.
minimum delay. margin of 7 votes. His opponentR. Flees Apartment Representatives of the School
An aroused populace can work M. Bryant polled 131 votes and An unidentified
man forced his Board and the City Council met
wonders. Those displeased with Norris received 138.J. .
way Into an apartment at Blue's jointly with the county board to
I' the way the guards are now being R. Fletcher councilman for Lodge late Sunday night but fled discussing plans for this pro .eet..
I operated can assist by expressing Pictured above is the newly furnished room at the Hospital contributed by J. E. Brantly. A Post 3, and Town Clerk Mrs. Lois : when he was discovered by one Mahone Rees superintendent of-

I their. thoughts- -- to_.. Howard and desk and other furnishings are not shown. Williams were returned without of the occupants of the apart- public works for the city presented -
members of the City council ay
opposition. Fletcher polled 218 ment. figures that estimated the
so doing steps to correct the situ- votes;' Mrs. Williams received 208. Both the sheriff's departmentand cost of the pool would be between
ation will be and Gift Exceeds $1,200Resident
positive
perm- Housing ProjectsAre The newly elected officials will city police are attempting to $12,000 and $15,000.L. .

anent. FilledJ. take office at the next regular find the man.Nothing M. Crews, school board mem-
Nearly
Furnishes Private Room Council meeting which will be was reported to be ber and member of the joint-
Reports Indicate that ,
participation L. McMullen director of held Tuesday July 9, at 7:30 p.m. stolen from the scene. board committee appointed to
in the livestock promotion the Low-Rent Housing Projectsin work out proposals for this project -
plan here Is gaining impetus as At Suwannee County Hospital Live Oak said today that 41 told the commission that the

more and more farmers have .. of the 54 units are already occupied P'TA Attends Meeting school board would deed jointlyto '

signed up for the program. The Suwannee County Hospital and the Housing Authority the county and city school ,
That sponsors of the project announced last week that J. E. can take a few more applications Board Hires 10 New Teachers board lands chosen for the pool I
adopted a five year plan is good Suwannee Farmers Brantly of Live Oak has donated'urnishings for the remaining 13.McMullen ;

I think for to secure tangible results for an entire room said the two hous- site.This is necessary to provide the

of any magnitude it will To Enter complete with a television set, the ing projects, with a combined Interviews Candidate For PrincipalThe county and city a legal avenue to
take at least two years for details Urged only room in the hospital to have 54-unit capacity, were openedto extend help in building this project -

to be worked out and five years one.Mrs. approved occupants May 1. Board of Public Instruction met Saturday and Law forbids public bodies

for permanent improvement to be State Steer Sale Earl Johnson hospital The projects.>were constructed -. approved recommendations' from the Board ,trustees from 'spending.pubHc,Atnds en :

assured. administrator. ,. estimated the cost by the federal. ovemment.., tOll hire""'lO'!}>eopIeMtrHhe-schoor system's instructional property not owned by them.
That. the future of this county The.Fioridar.Department"afAgriculture of the, ultlb UuuO..be.1n..excess ; 04 at Ii.eost poi approximately County Health Officer A. D. "

"is closely tied with how wen we announced this week of 1200. This is the first: $700,000 McMullen said. roster.The teachers are Richard C. Beyer of Fort Whitewho Young told the board that the
manage livestock is becoming that a graded feeder steer saleis tarnished room. 'to be donated to new in chemis-1 pool would have to meet on paper
more and more clear. Florida's scheduled at 7 pan. August 2, in the hospital since its construction holds a BS degree Schedules specifications satisfying State'
expanding population is going to Gainesville, and urged Suwannee in 1948, she said. Po tal'.ServiceAnnounces' try and an MS degree in educa- NFJC Health Department requirements'before

i demand more and more meat County farmers to have their consignments This room is one of the rooms tion; Marion M. Bronson of Gain-with Entrance Exams a building permit could be

products. That.these products' can ready to give the coun- completed in January of 1961 with esville, former line coach will Suwannee County high school issued.

be produced at a profit here is be- ty agent's office by Monday June the third addition to the hospital.In 'ZIP'Coding Gainesville High School assistant who and graduates and others who planto Young suggested the county engage -
football
coming more 'evident. addition, this room com- be chief attend the North Florida a registered architect to
Recent trips around this area 24.The sale at the Gainesville plete with private bath is the head basketball,coach; Raymond of Junior College in Madison in the draw adequate plans.

indicate that recent rains have Livestock Market will mark the only room in the hospital designed SystemsThe Henricks and Jackie holds Winders BS fall must report to the college The City Council endorsed the

made vast improvent in the corn first of what is hoped to be strictly for private use. U. S. Postoffice Depart- Kentucky. Henricks and Windershas a library Tuesday, July 9, at 8:30 proposed Douglass swimming pool
biology
crop. Without feed, no livestock strictly graded mixed-owner pen- Mrs. Johnson said that whileBrantly's ment this week assigned ZIP degree in education. a.m. to take college entrance at its monthly meeting last week.
in physical
BS
program can succeed. That corn lot sales. The sales are aimed at wife was.in the hospital (Zip) Code numbers to the post- a will work in theschool's tests.Mrs. Apparently, from the action taken
is and will continue to- be the basic demonstrating the value of sell- recently, he stopped by her office offices in Branford and Live Oak Both men education de- ,Kay VanAlst, directorof by all three of the boards involved -'
feed source is also unquestioned.Thus of uniformly physical services at the
ing large groups and offered to make some contribution In conjunction with a national counceling in this project that construction -
it is good to see the mannerin graded steer calves without regards ; to the institution. She designed to speed the partment. college, urged all prospective on the swimming peel'
program L. Dorsett Jr., a native -
which corn production is im- to owner or breeding. said he told her he would like to flow of mail. Thomas has BS degreein students to cooperate with this will begin in the very near fu-
Branford a
proving. That the yield per acre Sponsors of the first sale are to of program since these tests are
number assigned
donate room furnishings The code education and will be ture.The
will Increase, in the years ahead the Florida Cattleman's Associa- and to Branford physical required for admission to the pool will be built largely
Live Oak is 32,060, Branford
The furniture that Brantly selected assistant coach at
now seems assured. tion in cooperation with the Florida 32008. These "Zip" code an college. by county and city equipment and'
The ,potential for livestock as of Agriculture features a lounge chair High School. Further information
Department concerning funds supplemented by donation
be used all
should
numbers on
and chair and two bed- include
desk set teachers
an Industry here is growing. Pro- the Agricultural Extension Service and cut Other new the testing or admission to In cash and work time solicitedby
side tables, all trimmed in a wal- mail to speed delivery Robert Miller of Atlanta Ga.,
such the one underway
grams as University of Florida and This coding North Florida Junior College members of a solicitation com
down handling. new
will that the advantages nut finish.In bachelor of arts degree; Mrs. Cur-
assure the Florida Vocational Agricul- may be obtained from Miss mittee.
cf better breeding and better feed tural Department. Farmers are addition, the room is equipped system will go into effect on July tis Koon, a native of :Mayo and VanAlst or A. J. Hargrove, reg- Cash donations now total in
1.
crops are well told. being asked to consign some of with a Royalmatic bed that The."ZIP" code numbers for the holder of a BS degree in educa- istrar. excess of a thousand dollars with
their best calves for the sale in has automatic raise and lower Wellborn Postoffice Is 32,094; the tion; Mrs. Marylee Haddon of pledges for a larger amoafit.
Finis was written here' last advance. The deadline for entriesis controls and safety side rails. The number for McAlpin is 32,062. Pensacola BS degree in elemen- Nearly all of this money and
week when officials of the' Su- June 25. light above the bed is a special After July 1, code numbers tary education; Mrs. :Mary Ette Man ConfessesTo pledges have been contributed by

wannee County Chamber of Commerce Other requirements' for the sale fluorescent lamp that cost $65 should be used. For example, Holloway of Live Oak BS degreein colored citizens.

and the Suwannee County include: Steer calves only out of alone. Wall-to-wall draperies to residents of Live Oak should include home economics; and Mrs. Theft CountSheriff Plans are for the new swim-
Development Authority acknow- good graded or purebred cows, cover the window have been ordered in their return address the Carole Annin of Mayo BS degreein ming pool to be operated and

ledged. and accepted assignmentsfrom sired by beef type bulls; calves the room also has an up- code number, 32,060. after writing library science. Hugh Lewis said Wednesday budgeted like the city pool near
94 Individuals and firms must have been castrated and dehorned right smoker. the.city and state like this:'LIVE Oscar Munch, band director at June 19, that James the Recreation Center.
for the money loaned the Cham- at an early age. Calves Mrs. Johnson expressed her OAK FLA.. 32,060: Branford High School was approved Jerkins of Suwannee County had .

ber during the time Hene Industries must have been dropped between sincere appreciation to Brantlyfor Then when the recipient of the for continuing contract.. confessed to the breaking and entering -

and the Oscar Green project October 15 and March 1 and his generous gift in behalf of letter answers he can use the Principal InterviewedIn of Cundiff Brothers Feed. Leads In
located in this the and the board of other business, the board County
were being city. weigh between 300 and 600 hospital code number on the return ad- Store and stealing two tractor
The assignments were to the Su pounds delivered to the market. trustees. She noted that this gift dress. In this way, your mail delivery interviewed Leroy Bowdoin of tires.

wannee Industrial Development Calves will be inspected on the and the television set for the lob- can be speeded up and Port St. Joe for the supervising Jerkins Is under arrest in the Feeder Pig SalesDuring
Corporation a corporation char- farm prior to final acceptance to by donated by the Kiwanis Club your cooperation with the pro- principal's job left vacant by county jail and awaiting disposition -

tered by the State of Florida. the sale. They must grade fancy and service by Cable TV are the gram will help make postal ope- Ralph Hall who recently submit- of the Circuit Court, the the past years Sawaaaee
and designed to promote indusTrial only major contributions from ted his resignation.
choice, good or medium. rations more efficient. sheriff said. County farmers have contributed
development in this county. Johri D. Stiles chief of the private sources since the hospitalwas Residents who have any ques- Bowdoin has served as princi- Lewis said the firm reported the 55 per cent of the 5,782 pigs sold
In 1959 these Individuals and Florida Marketing Bureau, points completed 15 years ago. tions about this new postal cod- pal of the Port St. Joe High theft of the two tractor tires but at the six graded feeder pig sake
firms advanced $28,235.00 to pro- out that this is intended to be She noted that the hospital Is ing system should call one of thecounty's School for the past 10 years. Rep- was uncertain as to the date the 'held in the state. County Agent
vide the capital needed to pur- much in need of support and con- resentatives of the ParentTeachers -
an educational venture, but regu- Postoffices for further burglary had occurred. Investigation Paul Crews said this week.
chase land and build the building lar market sale commissions will tributions from the community.The Information. Association were invited to sit placed the time of the act These six sales have netted

now occupied by Hene Industries. be the only charge. "We think hospital has 34 more rooms in on the interviewing of Bowdoin during the week of June 2-9. North Florida farmers $ 8,376
The Suwannee County Develop that if the 'farmers will try this whose furniture is ageing and will by the school board and the Jerkins attempted to sell the The average price paid head*

ment Authority took over the assetS method of selling they will find need to be replaced in the near Live Oak Guard Unit superintendent.No stolen tires to area service stations was $15.28 which resulted per in the
and liabilities of the Cham- future she added. decision as to hiring Bow-
more buyers bidding for the cattle without success and finally hogs bringing an average price
ber of Commerce in these pro- at a higher price In a shorter Mrs. Johnson listed other don- Receives. VFW Award doin for the position was reached. sold them to Joe Brock of Su per hundred weight of $20.W,
jects and have refunded 30 per' time. according to Stiles. This ors who have contributed room The Live Oak National Guard The board discussed the respon- wannee County for one dollar the Crews continued.
cent of the amount loaned. sale expects to sell at least 500 furniture. They are Burr A. L. unit' Friday received a citation sibility of school bus drivers and sheriff said.Service Since this is a source of income
It was the remaining 70 per steers. Bixler; Piggly Wiggly operated by from the Veterans of Foreign determined that behaviour of stu- station operators Iden- that all Suwannee County farmers

cent of $19,764.00 that the Industrial Winn and Lovett Grocery Com- Wars as one of the outstanding dents who ride th .buses must be tified Jerkins as the man who can participate In, It te a
'Committee of the Chamber pany; Live Oak Elks Lodge National Guard units in the improved. Steps will be taken and had attempted to sell them the source of Income that can' be

of Commerce asked firms Holiday Lighting Goes BP.O.E. No. .1165; Suwannee state. policies adopted to curb this situ- stolen tires, Lewis added. And the scattered throughout the year.

and individuals to assign to the On In NovemberChamber Chapter No. 49, Order of Eastern Captain Charles T. Baisden ation for the 1963-64 school term.' man broke down under Interrogation. Crews said. Of the sales held
corporation. Response to the request Star; L. .PkG. dW.L. commander of Company A, 1st In addition bus drivers will be thus far Suwannee County farm
exceeded hopes for every of Commerce directors and C. P. Helfenstein; Mrs. Em- Medium Battalion 187th Armor required to sign a contract and ers have contributed over W)'percent
linn and person Involved agreedto approved a plan to officially turn met Anderson in memory of her received the National Defense attend a special training school of the animate.
5-Year SHS Class
do so.Chamber. on holiday lighting in Live Oak parents Mr* and Mrs. C. .E. Meritorius Award in, behalf of for drivers in November 1963. This is a project that works to
President S. T. Mc- on the Saturday following Humphries; Florida Power & the company. Board members observed a Reunion Scheduled very nicely with the livestock

Dowell this week expressed thanks Thanksgiving with a parade, vis- Light Company; Antioch Home Maj. Gen. Benry Mellon demonstration of an automaticfire The SHS graduating class of promotion project sponsored by
to those who agreed to let this it by Santa Claus and other Demonstration Club; Mary B. alarm system by
adjutant of Florida, recommended presented 1958 will hold its first five-year the Chamber. of Commerce.It .
money continue to 'make Industrial events to herald the opening of I Whittington in memory of her the Live Oak companyto Harrell Musgrove. The device Is So reunion Saturday, July 20, at is estimated by the swine
; development here possible.He the holiday season. I father. E. J. Blume; and New the veteran's organization for sensitive that a puff of smoke win 0 pm. in the National Guard farmers of Suwannee County that
declared Chamber"officials Also gaining approval was a Harmony Home- DemonstrationClub. receiving this honor. set. it off. The board took under Armory.If 150 thousand dollars eaeh year

took: this as'a'renewal of faith In quarterly meeting honoring tobacco The citation was presented to advisement the Installation of you know a '58 graduatewho I could be received from feeder pig

the area and a sincere'des re'n people during early- August. A. The Florida Telephone Company Baisden at the Annual Depart' this new system. lives out of the county, sales alone, boosting CMH' livestock
the part'' of local people to continue P. Nott, vicV'president: and chairman contributed $100 'and Wes- .ment Convention of the Veterans The Board heard requests from please let him know, or write Income to 8 or 10 million deBars
to work for Industrial deN of the special events com leyran S. League' donated $50 to residents in the,Wellborn to
of Foreign Wars in Miami area Fred Dickman and give him in a matter of just a few years,

,( .. 1'.Continued:..1 :.. : Fare: 8),) mittee Is arranging. the- affair..- t the hospital, both ol than in 1948. .Beaeh. (No. 2 Continued en Pace.8)) that person's name and address. be said.

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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 '

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.,, FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGO
THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Otlze ;


LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In Union Continue PatrolThis
The Heart Of The Suwannee River Yalley" Ships

BANNER Consolidated LEADER
Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1886 ( is another in a series of his inefficiency on the occasion of Sag
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner.Street articles portraying Florida as the Amanda's disaster but also

Louie, C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher events unfolded 100, years ago, on account of the general disor- FLORIDA'SFarm

:Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor published by the Florida Civil ganization of his own veswhen' College On The Installment Plan

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor War Centennial Edited Commission.) he relieved me from for my leaveof em- .wo taX- payer needs to- -be reminded been broken. Americana will bor- J
By barrassment by applying
Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager SAMUEL PROCTOR absence.:' that the fastest growing row nearly $500 million during )

Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida University of Florida' The U.& schooner James S. segment of public responsibility is the current academic year for col. t

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 JUNE 17 The commander of Chambers after a seven-hour the nation's education system. None lege expenses; compared to $115
RATES Outside Suwannee British Front argues with the thesis that million five years ago. A new plan
County $3.50 the U.s.s. Fort. Henry, having chase, today captured the a f
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance need of an extra boat to supporthis blockade running schooner Re- education is the best investment to issue installment program directly -
the country can make
although -
today to the instead
parents of
vessel guarding the coast be- bekah with a cargo of whiskey
MEMBER OF tween Cedar Key and Crystal River about thirty miles west of Char- ByDoyle a growing army of taxpayers through the ooiteeee as hertoforehas
,_ has had the Confederate sloop lotte Harbor. E. Is demanding that the quality been started by a New Hampshire -

A Florida Press AssociationW S11WANN captured June 9, fitted out. Then, The U.s.s. Tahoma captured ConnerDeterioration of output have a more direct firm. The response to the
COtWTY on June 11, using this sloop Or- British blockade runner Harriet i. relationship to the quantity of in. plan which offers far wider distribution -

SUWANNEE COUNTY w derly Sergeant C. Nugent and six near Anclote Keys today and the of Cuba's agricultural put. potential, has been favorable -

Chamber of CommerceCOMMERCE seamen were ordered to the With- Tahoma chased the British block- economy appears to bear Parents of college students find enough to predict Its development -
lacoochee to watch for the appearance ade runner Mary Jane ashore and more extensive than the big the penalties of inflation particularly in other areas.
of the Frolic. On the destroyed her at Clearwater. dropoff in the sugar crop.I severe on their pocketbooks. Recent studies by the Labor De-
15th, while reconnoitering up JUNE 21The Assistant Sur- note that the Cuban Veteri- The father who took out a $5,000 partment have shown the depen-

Stamp Out Unordered Merchandise RacketIt Crystal River Nugent noted a log geon of the U.s.s. Somerset rec- nary Association in exile recently insurance policy 10 years ago to dency of college students upon
breast work guarding a detach- ommends that the ship put into predicted virtual destructionof finance his child's education finds their parents for the full amountof

is unfortunate that laws cannot be made and en- ment of Confederates. In the brief Key West so that the crew can the island's commercial poultry himself far short of the total cost their college financing has

forced fast enough to protect the American public from skirmish which ensued, eleven "recruit their health. The state of industry within 8 months due to oday. The parent who procrasti- grown considerably in the last
being bilked out of millions of dollars each Confederates fled into the swamp.A their blood is so vitiated that disease and lack of breeding stock. nated on a systematic savings decade. A part time job during
by sharpies -
year
and shot fired by the Southern officer such a respite is requisite." Quality of fowls is said to have plan for college will be even more the school term or summer workto
con artists out to make fast buck -
a by manipulating
the in command struck Nugent's JUNE 22- Governor John Mil- degenerated greatly and broiler shocked if he expects to carry the help out apparently appeals to
public trust. waist pouch. The fire was not returned ton announces that he has received production has slumped to about load on a pay-as-you-go basis. fewer students each year.
One of these irksome practices that continues to since there was a woman a requisition for 1,500 additional 300,000 a month. That's a drop in College on the installment plan
flourish and take its toll the is the of The obvious answer to the ris- may result in more high school
upon public practice among the fugitives. A number of Florida soldiers for the the bucket for the island's popu-
sending unordered merchandise to people through the papers were found, one of which. defense of the state The troops lation. Cubans have long depended ing cost of a college sheepskin is graduates reaching the higher

mails. The sharpies who operate this scheme grow fat by mentions a Federal deserter Hy. are to be mustered into the Con- on fowl for a large share of one parents have been reluctantto levels of education, but the burden -
capitalizing on the public's general lack of knowledge of Sellwood. federate service for six months their meat supply.In the accept until recently. That is, on mom and dad is not re-

the law. They reap their harvest of involuntary paymentsby JUNE 18 Admiral Bailey has : and will remain on duty in Flor the first 18 months of the approach most persons applyto duced. If education is the goal,
a home a business or other
ordered Lieutenant George E. ida. Companies will number no 1960-62 biennium Division of a little summer perspiration togo
convincing people that they are obligated to pay for un- our major capital investment. Finance
ordered merchandise. Or they threaten all sorts of legal Welch commander of the Amanda less than 64 men and no more Animal Industry issued permitsfor it. along with winter studies still
action if the goods not for. which was lost during the than 125 and may elect their own shipments of more than 16 seems to be a good combination.
are paid
hurricane at East St. Now it appears the barrier has -Jackson County Ftoridan
Pass is
officers. As soon as organization million chicks to Puerto Rico the
In a recent the Chamber of Commerce warned
report
,
George's Sound last month "to completed, the members will return Virgin Islands and 29 other countries -.
that housewives and business and professional people report return north by the first public "to their respective homes mostly in Central and South :I Graham A Third Party Candidate? .

receiving a wide variety of goods they did not order conveyance and report to the and avocations subject to be America. But our shipments to The Texas millionaire who has million Catholics in this country,
and do not want. These items include books, aprons, ties, Navy Department." Bailey had called inho active service only as Cuba stopped in April, 1961. backed evangelist Billy Graham I the Baptist being the most num-

handkerchiefs, fountain pens, wallets, stationery and. considered doing "the same with emergencies may require to repel From April 1960 through with considerable success in the erous Protestant denomination.
others. Lieutenant David Gate commanding attempted invasions of the March. 1961 we exported more past has now hinted he would like And since the Baptist are con-

These unordered goods are not only "cheap" as a rule, I I the steamer Hendrick enemy." than 5 million chicks and 146,230 to see Graham nominated as a sidered to be the furthereet away
they are designed to be inexpensive for two reasons. First, Hudson not only on account of (No. 2 Continued on Page 7) dozen hatching eggs to Cuba. presidential candidate. from the Catholics on many spir-

the article must be low-priced enough to make its recipient f 1 I This is the latest twist to the iitual positions such as alco-
feel like paying for it rather than get into a legal In addition to the desperate political pot which has been boiling hol and gambling, etc. a Gra-

scrap. Second, the firm or person that sends this merchandise situation in the poultry industry hotly of late what with ham-Kennedy race would provide
the exile veterinary group reports Michigan Governor George Rom- almost as much contrast as a
cannot afford
to invest a sizable amount of
cholera is spreading among Cu- ney picking up support as a possible Kennedy-Goldwater race would
money in one item and take a chance of losing it. Suwannee ba's hogs. If cholera is present, G.OJ. nominee and New provide in the political field.
In addition, the merchandise is usually small in size, : County the hog population is doomed. Unchecked York Governor Nelson Rockefeller In spite of the suggestion Gra-

too. This cuts down on the shipper's return postage fees the disease can wipe out slipping as a result of his latest ham has no chance to be the

in the event the.intended, recipients of the unordered goods every porker on the island. And marriage. nominee of either major party

refuse to accept them. t the exile group says vaccines Graham, as an evangelist and millionaire H. L. Hunt, of

These people :who specialize in bilking the public 4k'' s 1923-1938-1953' medicines, hygiene and technical would be on the opposite of the Dallas, knows as much. He is said

have apparently figured all of the angles, on the surface. ,. i help are lacking.U. political pole from Roman Catholic to have thought of Graham as a

Unfortunately, most people who receive this type of mer- S. News & World Report John F. Kennedy. Graham is possible third party candidate who
'From The Files Of The
chandise are unaware of their legal rights and liabilitiesand g 1 notes that foods of all kinds are a member of a Dallas Baptist might carry the south.
uncertain with drastically short in Cuba. Monthly Church. There are about twenty -Lake Wales NewsReports
are as to whether they should comply
million Baptists and about forty
rations allow chicken and
one
he shipper's request to pay for the ;merchandise or return SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT five eggs per family. Chickens sell ",-. ...-.""' _.1of-'____--.___________ _-_, .

it. at $2 a pound and turkeys at $1.80 .-
There is a way you can beat this game, however, and I a pound-live weight feathers FromWashington

help stamp out the whole vicious business. Here's what Twenty-Five Years Ago -- 1938 and all. On the black market 9 .
,, you can do to make this racket unprofitable for the con- which is flourishing chicken is
in Suwannee County's melon crop ford Julian Hill Ned Futch, Ot- priced at $2.40 a pound and eggs
men a hurry. I for 1938 will be about 50 per cent tis Brown, A. L. Jacobs Jr.. Dan 25 cents each.According .
The easiest to beat them is to refuse to accept
way
with last season Claude Hackney Kenton r
:
off compared Tedder to U. S. News, the :
any unordered merchandise. When you do this, the Post- here and J. S.
rail officials predicted Layton, Harvey Perry big question now is: How much wt '
office sends it back and, senders are stuck with return Thursday morning as the bulkof Harvard. worse can things get before CUbans ..

postage fees. the crop left for Eastern mar- will become desperate M s By DON FUQUA

Occasionally, however, you might get stuckwith a Work on two new homes in Live enough to try to rise against Castro -
package you didn't order. In this event, here are your kets.Loadings during the past week Oak is nearing completion and ? i ,/ U s. CongressmanLive f
acknowledge slow with around 175 cars owners are expected to move into _
rights: first, you are not required by law to were --
its receipt;' second, you are not required to Return it; leaving the county for market. their new dwellings next week. Because we have embarked on Oak PostofficeThe proved a resolution calling for a
third, you do not have to pay :for it unless ybU use it; Prices received during the week The home being built by !:r. a statewide program to eradicate Postoffice Department has study of the West Pass at the

fourth, you do not have to give it any particular care ; fifth, were still below the average. and Mrs. Joe Cundifl is in the hog cholera in Florida, new developments approved final plans for the extension mouth of the Suwannee River

you are not obligated to keep it beyond a reasonable lengthof final stages. They plan to occupy in measures to fight and modernization of the The West Pass is one of two
time. The Live Oak Elks will presenta the residence around July 1. this deadly disease are of par- Live Oak Postoffice.The outlets of the Suwannee into Su
highly entertaining minstrel : Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wadsworthwill ticular interest to the Depart-
Department plans to com- wannee Sound. A surveyreviewreport
You are :required by law, however, to surrender the show at the Alimar Theatre Wed- move into then new home on ment of Agriculture.
pletely renovate the postal areas of the Pass would cost an
unordered merchandise to the shipper or his agent, if 29 at 8 next week.
nesday night, June p.m. Piedmont Avenue Recent information indicates a which will provide complete air estimated $34,000 and require two
called for in within reasonable length of time. Hill director of the
person, a Jimmy C. Purdue University research veteri- conditioning. The interior space years for completion after fund
But you are entitled, to charge the shipper storage chargesat production announced Thursday An advertisement run by the narian has a new vaccine that will be expanded from 7,324 are made available. Under cur
your discretion before giving the item or items back to morning that his cast is roundinginto A & P Food Store that used to may be a big improvement over square feet to 8,764 square feet, rent Federal authority, the other
the shippeer.It form nicely and that many operate in Live Oak quotes some anything on the market today. A and approximately 6,727 square outlet East Pass, was dredged

is rare that a shipper of unordered ,merchandise new gags and songs are being rehearsed interesting prices for food prod- midwest laboratory has applied to feet: of additional paved parking last year.
would call in person for his generally cheap articles. But for the event. ucts effective 25 years ago. Federal authorities for a licenseto This project would be of great
Included in the cast is J. L. A pound of butter 29 cents; market it. If the license is area.Rivers the
in this event, a storage fee charged by recipients of the and Harbors Congress benefit to commercial and
articles would soon put him and his racket out of business.As McMullen, interlocuter and JackS. jar of Ketchup, 7 cents; two granted the vaccine may be com- The National Rivers and Har- pleasure boating and fishing interests -
of unordered Parsons, pianist. Endmen will pound jar of apple jelly, 15 cents; mercially available this year. bors Congress held their annual ; in our section of the state.
matter the senders
a practical mer- be Raye Hill as Lowdown Jimmy two jar of peanut butter,
pound As reported in the National convention here last week and the New Postal Structures
chandise are rarely in a position to initiate suit for the Hill as Midnite, Ford Kalil as 25 cents; one pound can of Crisco Hog Farmer Dr. Don Gustafson programs for development of this The Postoffice Department has

petty amounts involved in most shipments, and they know Hambone Hal Hunter as Stogie, 21 cents; 24 pounds of flour says his new non-virulent vac- nation's water resources was dis asked for new postal quarters at

it. Instead, they depend on nasty threats designed to Seward Fleet as Lasses, and M. plain or self-rising, 69 cents; two cine, the result of 8 years of research cussed. I was happy to participate Altha and at Bascom.At .
frighten the timid into remitting returning the goods. E. Colley as Lighten.In pound box of prunes 15 cents; will: in a number of their functions. Bascim they are seeking a
But here, again, the informed citizen may have recourse the circle will be Reece quart of salad dressing 29 cents; Produce resistance to cholera in Among those from our district new building or an existing struc-
within the law. According to the National Better Brown E. R. Brown, W. H. Williams I pound of coffee 17 cents; and a 3 days compared with the cur- attending were Otto Wettstein of ture that would provide 900

Business Bureau, the use of dunning letters which make I. B. Gibbs, C. A. Lang- half-pound of tea, 25 cents. rent average of 5 to 7 days for Live Oak member of the Florida square feet of floor space with a

threats to compel the payment of money particularlyfor Ten Years 1953 attenuated vaccines presently in Development Commission board platform of 96 square feet, in addition -
Ago - -
unordered goods may be a violation of the extor-I use.Permit and on the advisory committeeof to a paved area of 4000
tion law. Howard Street as a route for Lamar Hancock was named vaccination of pigs at an the National Rivers and Har- square feet. Terms would be rent-

The Chamber also noted that unordered goods are Highway 90 was definitely ruled chairman of the Suwannee Coun- earlier age.Permit bors Congress; John Wakefield of al for five years with options for
out here Tuesday afternoon at a ty Chapter of the Florida Chil: administering by aerosol Tallahassee director of Water three five-year renewals.
sometimes sent through the mails to stimulate contribu-
conference with State Road De- dren's Commission at a meetingof spray as well as by injection. Resources; Col. H. J. Kelly Tallahassee At Altha, the Department seeks
tions to charity by making the recipient feel obligated to
officials. Chairman Wednesday. Eliminate the need for using the
partment the local group Board of Conservation same, a new building or an
donate something at least equal to the "free" gift. This Richard Simpson and district anti-hog serum.Veterinarians. official; and Turner Wallis, Tal- existing structure that would

merchandise is often shoddy and the percentage of the road board member. Earl Powers, County Agent Floyd Eubanks lahassee. provide 1200 square feet of floor

dollar remitted that serves a genuine philanthrophic pur- said it would be impossible to use said yesterday the dry spell that tell me that giving Space Defense Industries space a platform of 96 square

pose is likely to be very minor. this street as a route for the fed- damaged Suwannee's crops so the vaccine as a spray mightbe Recently I met with the Flor- feet, with a paved area of 4000
The Chamber advised donors to charities to contri- eral highway. i badly did one good thing it termed "revolutionary". Dr. ida Congressional delegation at a square feet. Again, there wouldbe
bute through organized channels which make a public accounting Simpson pointed out that the : caused 10 farmers of this area to Gustafson said he has had success meeting arranged by Senator a five-year lease with optionsto

of the funds they receive and how they spend only way Howard Street could 1n.stall1rr1gation systems on their with this method by spraying Smathers to discuss the possible renew for three five-year peri
conform to this requirement wouldbe farms.. The farmers Eubanks the vaccine directly into a location of space and defense industries ods.Anyone
them.The to move many of the business said, finally got around to installing pig's face.I in Florida.We interested in these pro
Postoffice regulations as far as they reason-
go buildings on both sides of the the systems they needed believe that polio vaccine that had a very fruitful discus- jects can contact W. P. Selser
ably can to protect the public from con men and at the street, a measure that is neither for a long time. The drought woke can be taken orally was a revolu- sion of the industrial advantagesthat Postoffice Department. P. O. Box
same time preserve the freedom of the mails. feasible nor practical. them up. tionary development in the field Florida has to offer this 4964, Jacksonville for full Infor
For example, the shipment of unordered merchandise of human medicine. It appears to great industry and I am hopeful mation.

C.O.D is barred by postal regulations which constitutes Herbert R. Wadsworth Jr.. June Low prices continued on the be effective. Let us hope that new that we may be successful in attracting Rich School Classes Visit
violation of federal statute. In C.O.D merchandise, the graduate of the University of Live Oak watermelon market this developments in animal disease more of these plants into One of the real pleasures we

recipient is required to pay for the package before he can Florida School of Journalism and week and many growers were prevention will be as successful.The our great state.Carrabelle have is in greeting high school

examine it thoroughly, and the law protects against this. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. holding their melons and hopingfor license sought for manu- Harbor classes from our district on their

In addition, those persons who ship unordered mer- Wadsworth Sr., joined the staffof a raise in the market during facture of the Purdue researcher's The Subcommittee on Rivers visits to the Capital City.
risk. the Suwannee Democrat this the last of the season. vaccine however, is for its use Recenlty, we have been most
their
mails They
chandise through the do so at own and Harbors of the House Public
week business 22 pounds only as an injectable. It may take happy to in
as manager and assistant Congoes and over see Washington the
cannot collect from the Postoffice if the goods are allegedly Works Committee has approved a
to the publisher. were bringing 30 cents apiece or some time before official approval senior classes from Marianna.
because sent through the mails resolution which would call for a
lost goods
or damaged
$400-$500 per carload. Black Dia- is obtained for such a radically Jasper and Jennings visiting here.
study of the Carrabelle Harbor to
without an order are uninsurable. Billy Gunter son of Mr. and monds were moving a lot slower. new method as spraying. We missed seeing the group from
Nevertheless, this practice continues to thrive. And Mrs. W. D. Gunter representingthe Wednesday 158 carloads had been determine whether the existing Jasper but understand they hada

only an informed public can stamp it out. If you receive First Baptist Church of Gain- shipped out of the county by rail From Ottawa comes a report project should be modified in any wonderful visH hen
at the with
something of this nature, either refuse to accept it or esville where he Is attending college and it is estimated that an even that a Canadian-developed process particular way reference present to time extensionand Visitors To Our Office

put it somewhere and forget about it. In no circumstancesuse won the state speaking con- greater volume went to northern is providing irradiated pota- improvement of existing We are always happy to have
test held at the markets via truck. toes to personnel at weather stations visitors to
the item unless you are prepared, to pay for it. If you Baptist Conven- navigation and turning basins.It our offiee from our
another buck in the of the man. tion at DeLand Tuesday.The in Arctic regions. They're district.
do it means pocket con now awaits approval of the
;
.Live Oak student, who was Suwannee County's cucumber fresh-tasting too. full committee which we feel win Recently we have been happy
picked the most outstanding market, though it suffered from Cobalt-60 irradiation process inhibits to visit with Jack Cook, Apalachicola -
be exhibited by a while be granted.
Good manners can person freshman in the :University of the drought, grossed t.h1sar a in sprouting in stored vegetables ; Secretary of State Tom

'driviniTan. automobile.' ..- Florida College of Agriculture the neighborhood of $25,000; R. a factor that withers them Suwannee River Project Adams; Coffiffiiastoaer of Agriculture
previously won the district and K Schwebs Green Bay Food and speeds decay. There's no The Subcommittee on Rivers Doyle Conner; Mr. and Mrs
The advocate of the welfare'state is one'who believes I regional speaking events at Lake Company Field Representative. harmful effect to persons eating and Harbors the House Public Eugene Chasoa of Mariana; and

all the world loves a loafer. Butler and Jacksonville. said yesterday. the treated products. Works Committee has also ap-' Groover Hackney of Lire Oak

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1 'THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, .FLORIDA PAGE THREE'

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... 30 Das AgricultureWeather Radford Completes Life Underwriters Group-- Locates Here I

sAwz I. Suwannee DemocratSubscriptioiis OutlookThe The Suwannee Valley Life Underwriters Scott Jr.. of Metropolitan, treasurer

Association met Thursday and national committeeman:

1 30 Day, Agricultural 8-Week CourseArmy June 13, and voted to locate Robert L. Williams of Liberty Na-
Pastor's Corner
j jy Weather Outlook for South its headquarters for Suwannee tional and W. M. Harrell of Independent -

Here is a list of new subscrip- Georgia Southeast Alabama 2d Lt. Charles W. Rad- County and the surrounding area one-year directors; B.

tions and subscriptions renewedto and Northwest Florida issued by ford 22. whose wife Grace and in Live Oak.A A. Swing Jr. of Independent and

By REV. SPIVEY BRABHAM the Suwannee Democrat from the Weather Bureau Advisory mother 'Mrs. Neva R. Radford, new association was formedfor J. H. Brinkley of Liberty National.
live at 301 Eleventh st. Live Oak Columbia
June 7 to June 14. Agricultural Meteorologist, Tif- County. two-year directors.
ton, Ga., for the period mid completed an eight-week: officer The newly elected officers are All qualified life underwriters to
i a' Pastor First Methodist Chunk NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS June through mid July June orientation course at The Engi- J. R. Medlock: Jr. of IndependentLife this area are-invited to join tfee

d Fred S. Bosserman, Rt., L. O. 17, 1963. neer School Fort Belvoir Va., and Accident Insurance association

Ruby Whiddon, Rt., L. O. late in May.Lieutenant. president: Claude Vice of Liberty .
"We ought to give the more the weeds to grow. But to havea TEMPERATURES during the
Mrs. Frank Sperring, L. O.
Radford received instruction National Insurance first vice
whichwe beautiful lawn of mid June through mid
grass
earnest heed to the things green period
Elizabeth Bailey BranfordV. in the duties and responsibilities president; Leon H. Gill of the Card Of ThanksWe
have heard lest at any time that is a different matter. You July will average above the sea-
M. Moses
BranfordMrs. of a newly commis- Farm Bureau, second vice presi-
we should let them slip: He- have to water and fertilize and sonal normal. Daily mean tem- wish to express our s4no rc
Ralph Hall, Pell City Ala. sioned officer in the corps of en- dent: Charles H. Robert of
brews 2:1.I : mow and work and work. We have Hicks peratures are expected to aver thanks and appreciation for all
Mrs. A. D.
McAlpin
I gineers.A Gulf Life third vice president -
all painfully discovered that we between 80 and 86 degrees the acts of kindness shown us
wonder how many people today LaVergne Blue L. O. age member of Phi Delta Theta i Life secretary; Reginald
serious cannot have a beautiful lawn with afternoon high tempera- during the illness and death of
ever' give much Mrs. S. R. Enochs, Charleston, fraternity and of Scabbard and
of los- without a great deal of work. Andif tures reaching 90 degrees orhigher our beloved husband and father.
thought to the possibility W. Va. Blade society, the lieutenant was
you neglect your lawn for justa most afternoons. Early Paterson Receives We want to thank the Suwannee
ing the things that we do not use. Ira Home Rt., L. O. graduated from Suwannee High
few days the weeds will takeover morning low temperatures are County Hospital and J. HilMa
Yet there are no more serious Mrs. H. G. Turner Lee School in 1958 and received hisbachelor's Bachelor's
thoughts than the knowledge thatif the grass will dry up, and expected to average between 70 degree from the Uni- Degree Miller Clinic and their staff of

we do not listen and heed the and the lawn will be ugly. SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDM. and 75 degrees with no reading versity of Florida in 1962. Malcolm Lang Patterson in nurses and doctors. We are especially -

teachings of the master it will The same is true in the gardenof M. Kent Lake CityR. expected below 60 degrees son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pat- grateful for the beautiful

slip by without influencing us. our souls. We cannot plant F. Voyles, Rt., L. O. RAINFALL during the next terson of Live Oak, received a flowers, food, cards, phone calls

thorns and expect to reap grapes. Mrs. Corrine Law. L. O. 30 days is expected to vary bachelor's degree in history and visits from you. May God's
truth.
This is an inescapable Nor can we plant anything thatis Leslie Gandy Rt.. L. O. widely from place to place but Airman Powell from Millsaps College Sundayat richest blessings rest upon you
For if neglect our
example we
evil and ugly and expect to John Pennington, Rt., L. O. should average between 3.50 commencement ceremoniesin is our prayer.
education then we are not worldas as reap beauty and good. All too often Buckeye Cellulose Corp., FoleyA. and 5.00 inches in Northwest Gets PromotionLarry Jackson Miss. The family of S. J. Hammock
affairs of the
up-to-date on is in we neglect the garden of our C. Hingson, Ormand Beach Florida, Southeast Alabama Patterson a 1959 graduate of .
others. Another example
souls by missing church on Sun- Worth Hull JacksonvilleDr. and Southwest Georgia and between E. Powell of Live Oak Suwannee High School, is a
the using of our limbs. I recall as
day. We miss one Sunday and Harold F. Preston, L. O. 4.50 and 7.00 inches in has been promoted to airman sec- member of Lambdi Chi Alpha Gospel Sing SlatedThe
a child of nine I had a little accident -
while roller skating and I then another, until the weeds begin Mamie and Katie Broome, L. O. Southeast Georgia Rain Is expected ond class in the United States social fraternity and Pi KappaDelta Jubilee Singers from Jacksonville -

broke my arm. This was back in to grow. We begin doing little Phillip Griffin Rt.. L. O. to occur mostly as after- Air Force. national ,forensic honorary will be at the Friendship
things that we think are all right. Mrs. W. O. Slocum, BranfordJ. and evening thundershowers fraternity.
the days of splints, and it took noon Airman Powell, an aircraft mechanic Suwannee Baptist Church Son-
Those little things begin to W. Geiger, Miami with increasing frequency Before entering the Schoolof
several weeks for the arm to heal. grow. is assigned to the 1503rd day June 23, from 7-9 pjn. with
Of course I had no use of the You don't even have to water Capt. Joe M. Brown, N. Y., N. Y. after July first.SUNSHINE Organizational Maintenance Theology at Emory University some "old time gospel singing".
them, they will grow without it. Mrs Lola Chambers, McAlpin during the period this fall Patterson will be .
arm while it was broken, and Squadron at Tachikawa AF, Ja- The public is invited.
removedthe Then the first thing you know John C. Camp, Jasper mid June through mid July is associated with the Kreole .
when the splints were
first thing I noticed was that the garden of your soul is so full James M. Brannon Rt.. L. O. expected to average about 75 pan.The airman, son of Mr. and Methodist Church in Kreole.

r the arm that was injured was of weeds that it seems impossibleto Leo Land, Rt., L. O. per cent of possible with no extended Mrs. D. C. Powell of Live Oak is Miss., as youth director. (Office Supplies at McCrimoa's)
do anything about it. Some E. H .Holcomb Jr., Clearwater cloudy periods.
smaller than the other arm. For a graduate of Suwannee High ,
several more weeks I had no use people just give up without try- SOIL TEMPERATURES will School.
ing, and lose continue' slow rise during the .
as a result they
of the arm. You see, by not using
their chances for eternal life.I Unit Sets Work Day next two weeks reaching three MOVING SOON!
for while.
the arm I lost its use a
I had to learn to use it all over was reared on a farm and I The service unit of the Ameri- inch averages between 85 and Mrs. McLean On
again. know how hard it is to get rid of can Cancer Society branch in Su 95 by the first of July. After- FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC
wannee County will meet noon soil temperatures at the Educational LeaveMrs. GREATLY REDUCED
The point that I want to makeis the weeds in a field of corn if you for a -
let it go for a long time. I know work day on Saturday at Mrs. three inch level will average between G. B. McLean Jr., Public
that if a person does not cultivate that it will also affect the crop. Morgan Miller's home at 612 100 and 110 degrees in Health nurse will be on educational We Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store
the garden of his soul they Demorest Street. the sandy loams where soil leave for eight weeks. She will
will find weeds We have So the best thing to do is keep
all noticed during growing.this dry sum- the weeds out from the start. The work day will begin at 10 moisture is low with somewhat return to her duties in Suwannee B & J GIFT SHOPConner
lower readings in the heavieror County August 12.
mer that the weeds are growing This may not. be easy, but it is ajn. and continue until 4 pjn. .
-- moist soils. Soil tem-
nicely on our lawns. You don't mucn easier than cleaning out more Street, Next To Suwannee Democrat
peratures are expected to start Many a man would be happyto
the weeds after
even have to water the lawn for several weeks of The more we cultivate our PHONE 3623492DON'T
neglect. to level off during the first weekin be tied to his wife's apron
farms, and keep the weeds out.
July. strings if only she wore one.
The right way to keep the weeds the better yield per acre. The

FOR YOUR out of the garden of our souls is more money we make. The better

to attend church Sun- quality produce.The .
your every we -- .-
TREE TRIMMING &
day. There is nothing more beau- more we cultivate our

TREE REMOVAL tiful than a clean field of corn, souls, the more treasures we havein

TRENCHING OR or a clean orange grove, with all Heaven. The more we neglectour 14

DITCHING the weeds turned under. Like- souls the more we are sure 4 "
wise, there is nothing more beau- of destruction and outer dark-
CALL BE M'M'r r
tiful than a clean soul, with all ness. What kind of harvest would "HEATrHROUGH

FloodConstruction the evil and ugliness removed. you like to have? Don't let your -

Either one has to be worked at; chances slip by because you have i THE

Co. it has to be cultivated. By simple neglected to heed the great truthsof r ... I

neglect, a person can commit the Bible. Why not attend the :
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362-2101 spiritual suicide. They can lose church of your choice every Sun- b LONG SUMMER

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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963



Softball Attracts Interest > 1 i-: --.I I ::J s'.1 .' I Quartet To PerformAt At DaytonaBeach

Advent ChurchThe

Swimming, Crafts, LifesavingHighlight 'ICAIDY'To I from Berkshire Hymntones College a girl's will quartet pre- Suwannee FFA Youths, Adults


: J Recreation Program sent a musical program at the Garner Awards At State MeetFour
Advent Christian Church at 7:15
.. .. .= i OUCH HE*t POOR FEET:
-
The summer recreation- program and Friday at 8 ajn. and 10 ajn. HES STAMPING ALLOVER pm. Thursday.Dr. Suwannee County Future Farmers of Amer
LOOK AT POOR MABEL THEM. and Mrs. Pottle will accompany -
sponsored by the Live Oak-Su- Each class lasts two weeks.- The DANCING WITH THAT ica were among 177 FFA youths to receive State Farmer
the and show
wannee County Recreation Department second in the serious of four CLUMSY color slides of group the new and Degrees at the the state convention held in Daytona Beach
is in full swing withMen's swimming classes will begin July OAF. campus
last week and two adults
Softball student activities.The county were presented with
and Women's 1. is invited. Honorary State Farmer Degrees.The .
public
classes begin ,
Leagues and swimming classes Adult swimming C
i four county FFA boys noted that attendance soared 903
currently underway and more to this week Wednesday June 26
honored with the Florida FFAAssociation's registered for the convention
come. at 5:30: p.m. Mrs. Charles Pulleyis Newspapers are more than
highest award are Fowler said that more thaI:
The Men's Softball League, the instructor.In purveyors of news; they also havea
.which has been in progress for addition a special diving f hand in creating it by diggingit Harmon Suggs Peat Crapps. Gene $6,100 in cash prices were giverIn
Box and Del Williams. addition the COI1.entlora
four': weeks, has attracted consid- class will be held beginning Sat- -- out of news sources who don't
erable interest, according to Recreation urday at 9 am. taught by John ;d\ : realize they have a news story. Claude Crapps Jr. and Clarence 14 cost free trips to the

Director Charles Pulley.He Doughit. 4s 1I Ratliff received the Honorary National Convention 7 trips to th
,
said that 316 people attendedthe Lifesaving I The speed limit of the Sun- State Farmer Degrees. Both men National Vegetable Growers Association
have been active in promotingFFA. meeting in PitUburg in
recent game last Thursday on On July 15, senior and juniorrilfesaving.classes.will : shine State Parkway has been
CAN'T STAND R.THOSE ARE MY SHOESSHE'S December, and 4 scholarships t>
the Center's ball diamond. Play begin. These raised from 65 to 70 m. p. h. The

will continue for two more weeks! classes-which will be taught by ANY GOT LONGER..I'YE TO RESCUE WEARING. 40 m. p. h. minimum will continueon All three of Suwannee County'sFFA the Fowler University noted of that Florida.one of the

The first phase of swimming Linda Stewart will be conductedfrom HER. the state's turnpike. i chapters Suwannee J. F.
smaller FFA in the stat
I Williams, and Branford. received groups
These
classes began Monday. 8 ajn. to 10 a.m.on Monday 1tl
classes are open to children of beginning Tuesday Thursday, and Fri b y4t There are 314 species of trees recognition as superior in District the Pinetta$1.100 in FFA cash Chapter garnered

school age on up to teen- s native to Florida according to Three. These chapter awardsare prizes.
Fowler said that Miss Frances
agers. day.Junior lifesaving candidates the Florida Forest Service. presented in recognition of achapter's
Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Instructors for these classes are must be between the ages of 12- Q general endeavor and
Davis Smith of Havana, PIa.. and
Wayne Townsel, Marion Bronson, candidates cedures accomplishment.Peat .
15; Senior lifesaving for reporting boating ac- granddaughter of Wiley Gran-

Eloise Voyles. Melinda Lundy and must be 16 years old or over. A $6 i cidents. Under former law boat- Crapps, who received a tham. crowned the new FFA

Ednell Newbern. Classes are held fee is required for all participants ing accidents causing personal injury State Farmer Degree was presented State Sweetheart. Miss Smith

on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday in this course. or damage in excess of $50 the Star District Awardfor
. reigned as sweetheart during the
A course in tennis is alSO offered I had to be reported to the sheriff of his leadership and accomplish- past year.

by the Center and will be con- the county in which the accident ments and received a $10 check .

Legionnaires Elect ducted by Wally Townsend. At the occurred within 10 days. This and a $75 prize. The acid stimulation method o!

moment, however too few people often Del Williams who also receiveda
was inconvenient particu- flow .
SRA Speaks To Lions increasing pine gum is wid
Secretary
Crews CommanderSuwannee have signed up for tennis to make .. .. larly for those boaters from out State Farmer Award, won the iy used by Florida gum farmers
this course worthwhile. Pulley of state or from another county. Farm Mechanics Award and received -
"Efforts of the Suwannee Riv- sibility of the entire river being
said. If the course is'taught classes The new law provides that accidents a $50 District Award to
Post No. 107 of the Authority will benefit every made into a national park. Last
will be held in the late after- er involving damage to an- assist him in paying expenses to \ FOR THE FRESHEST
American Legion met here ,June resident of Suwannee County. summer the Authority passed a
noons. No time for its beginninghas other vessel or dock in excess of the National FFA Convention in SEAFOODS
13 and installed L. M. Crews Jr., Harry Robarts the Authority'sexecutive resolution opposing this national
been set. $25 capsizing sinkings or Kansas City Mo., this fall.
per- [ Mack's Fish MarketPine
commander of the post along secretary told the Lions park plan.
; Classes in arts and crafts, which sonal injury must be reported Aubrey Fowler who acted as I
with a new slate of officers for Club last week. Ave.
will be taught by Melinda Lundy within 36 hours but permits reports -i publicity chairman for the convention HOT PICKLED PEPPERS
the coming year. "To it up into one sentence -
are scheduled to begin Monday wrap Brings to be made to conservationor said the meeting was the Phone 362.1650muwvwuuwuuuuuwuuww
Installed with Crews were Everett we are working to develop Legislature
June 24, at 10:30 ajn., following wildlife officers. most successful in history. He ", _
Williamson sr. vice com- and publicize the Suwannee Riv-

mander; Henry R. Edmisten, jr. swimming Little classes.League er and the surrounding counties. Small Craft Under

vice commander; Mac Todd adjutant This publicity will bring in more
The Little League baseball program -
; Arthur Crowe finance i tourists more vacationers more

officer; A. B. Miller, chaplain: began this week with prac- week end campers more boaters, New LawA
tices at 5 pjn. each day. The coaches -, Safety I ILITTLE
Theron Bass service officer; and at the high school are supervising more permanent residents and
Elzy W. Kinzy sergeantatarms.The in he
these practice sessions. help bring more industry legislative act which bringsall
installing officer was Char- said. "This means new money
On Friday afternoon practice boats in Florida under the
lie Mercer of Monticello, Post ,
in to boost
brought our economy -
teams will be picked to play prac- provisions of the safety provisionsof
No. 49, third district commander. "
tice games during next week. the state motorboat law spells e MISCELLANEOUSVISIT O FOR SALE
Other notables present at the He said the Authority now hasa ADS
Managers and coaches of the : out safety equipment and lighting

ceremony were William Scruggsof sponsors will have charge of these i fair exhibit being displayed requirements and tightens en- ANNIE'S' BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

Monticello No. 60. 49, A practice games. On Friday June around the state it is now hav- forcement has been signed by BIG RESULTS Machine, xnachineless and cold guaranteed not to leak.
of Monticello Post No. 49, Am-
the
28, regular league teams will be ing Suwannee channel from Gov. Farris Bryant. wave permanents given. Ope- Ottte Brown Motors. cge tf

ericanism in school afafirs; JohnE. chosen with the lead-off game of Branford to Ellaville marked andit Under the new law effective BUY-SELL EXCHANGE rators Annie H. Mills Myr- FOR SALE-New and used plan
Henley commander Stein- will start
the season set for Monday, July soon dredging the July 1, the safety regulations apply Whatever the purpose you will tice Croft and Frances John- os. Frier Music Co.. North OWa
hatchee Post No. 291; and Trooper West Pass channel at
the river'smouth.
1. All league games will be play- to all vessels operating upon find Democrat classifieds do son. Phone 362-1831. cge tf Ave., Live Oak, 3622188.
Joel. Pique of the Cross City .
ed on Monday and Thursday.The the navigable waterways or inland the job, quickly and welL cge tf
Post No. 94, past third district Past accomplishments of the Douglass High School parents and
Recreation Center will be lakes ponds streams or any - -
commander.Joe Authority include many boat patrons are urged to Join their
open during the summer from other waters in Florida. Under WHILE THEY LAST
Hill Smith acted as ser dam DEADLINE FOR INSERTION P-TA now. We need help.
ramps a at Suwannee your
9-12 in the mornings and 2-6 in the former law the safety equip-
geant-at-arms during the install- 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays Call J. L. Bevell principal 362-
the afternoons Monday Tuesday Springs which is called a "tre- ment and lighting requirements 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder: $349

ation ceremony. Thursday and Friday. On Saturday mendous success" by state engineers applied only to motorboats 16 feetor LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 1192. cge tf
leases on several springs, 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
the Center will be open from longer. Septic tank and drain field
DRIVERS LICENSESARE 9-12 in the mornings only. flood and erosion control and Formerly Florida law merely Zy2 cents per word, with a cleaning. Suwannee Madison 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98
East Pass channel minimum 4Jf 75;.
at the river'smouth.
RENEWABLETHE In addition, the Center will be adopted the rules and regulationsof (All classifieds must be paidIn and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
MONTH OF YOUR open from 7:30-10:30 pjn. on Friday the U. S. Coast Guard relating advance. W. Darby. Jasper after 6 pm. 7 ft. Duro stepladder $6.93!

BIRTHDAY for dancing and games. Robarts said three men from to boating safety equipmentand caJJ tf 8 ft. Duro stepladder $7 98

REECE BROWN The Center is open to all private the National Park Service were I running lights. Under the ONE WEEK FREE

groups and organizations at here for a week surveying the pos- new state law, the Coast Guard LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY -With THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO

II COUNTY wummnnnnnrwn JUDGE times other than these regularly requirements were spelled out and Classifieds ordered for four Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. 423 N.W. Howard St.

scheduled hours. Schools civic organizations in addition all boats are requiredto weeks, run the last week free. I Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 Tel. 362-3075
word
!$27.5 I: will pay for a 30
I and churches may use carry an oar or paddle an an- advertisement for four weeks. CDJj tf:

the facilities free of charge. All chor and a rope of appropriate Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds FARMERS: It takes money to

SHOPTAYLOR'S others will be charged a $5 jani- length. for Proven Results. make money. See your coopera- FOR SALE One male and one

torial fee.Pulley The running lights required for tive PCA for a farmer-planned female Chihuahua puppies, nine

said the Center cannotbe operation of boats between sun- loan. Terms up to 7 years. See weeks old, $25.00 each. 935-2165
North Florida Production Credit -
reserved on Sunday before one down and sunrise also are spelledout Drew Drawdy O'Brien Fla.
Association .S. Ohio Ave.,
; GROCERY o'clock in the afternoon.The in the new state law. For Sale-Real Estate 362-2588 Live Oak. Florida: pbbe 3-6

E director noted that recrea- The new law places enforce- caJJ tf Want a rolling business? All

tion kits can be checked out at ment responsibility not only in FOR SALE -Two bedroom block aluminum 8 x 10 Buck! concession

the Center free of charge. These the various sheriffs, but in the house in Pinewood SubDivision. trailer. Excellent condi-

11th Ave.COMPLETE kits include volley ball nets and Florida Conservation Patrol, the Low monthly payments and tion. Equipped with gas grill,,
You Get Full Value
balls, softball gear footballs, wildlife officers of the State small equity. Contact Joe Brin- refrigerator, snowball machineetc.

LINE OF horseshoes and utility balls. Game and Fresh Water Fish son. nc tf S Plus Interest On Your Plus many supplies. Box
Earnings With
In addition two gallon ice Commission and any other authorized FOR SALE Three bedroom 481, Perry, Fla. Phone 458-6141

GROCERIES and MEATS cream churns are available for law enforcement officers. brick home tile bath carport U. S. SAVINGS pcjj 4-7

check out. The new law also simplifies pro- natural gas heating hot water BOND STAMPS FOR SALE One 12 ft. double

heater. Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. T duty Hill meat case and com

FISH BAIT and TACKLE I ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- Given On pressor one custom built walk-

DINE AND -DANCE 2505. pdej 2-9 in cooler with compressor and

FISHING LICENSES Brake Transmission heavy duty blower. Both HI
FOR SALE Partially furnished A Service perfect condition. Will sacrificeB.

NIGHTLY cottage near Suwannee Springs. A. Kalich HY 72601. FortWhite

PICNIC SUPPLIES BAND ON SATURDAY NIGHT Contact Winston Rogers Real- Lubrication Wash Fla. pbjj 4-5
3-6
tor. Phone 3622630. pbbe
Admission: $2.00 Couple On Saturday N FOR SALE Factory rebuilt upright

-- DRY GOODSOPEN NO :MINORS PLEASE Commercial or residential acre- Oil ChangeS piano. Also, old brick

age under development at junc- Frigidaire range and refrigerator -

5:30 a.m. 10:00 p.m. Week Days LITTLE HICKORYFormerly tion of U. S. 90 and Hwy 49 All Auto Repairs couch and chairs. Mrs. Bill

8:00 a.m.8:00 p.m. Sundays for sale by Winston Rogers Cordle phone 3622240.pbbj

Country Kitchen Realtor P. O. Box 217. Phone 66 SERVICE 5-a

I. 362-2630. pbbe 5-8 FOR SALE Super C Farmall
Madison, Florida I
tractor, plow, disc, mower, fer-
FOR SALE Two bedroom
tilizer distributor and grass
house and lot $1500 cash. One
seeder, cattle squeeze, small
bedroom house and lot $1100
tools. T. A. Rowand & Son,
cash. Thomas Discount Company MONUMENTSWe
Phone 3622360. pbbe 5-8
phone 359-3055 Jacksonville -
SELLING OUT Entire herd of
Have Florida. pbbe 6-9 have a complete line of
registered Polled Herefords -
monuments built to speci-
your
PLEASEDON'T bulls cows with calves bred
fications and erected on your
Motor Rewinding cows heifers all must go. T

Unpaid City Taxes become cemetery plot. A. Rowand & Son Phone 362-
Call or come by and see our 2360.
GETMARRIED Repairs and Rewinding display at 416 E. Howard Street. pbbe 5-8
You FOR SALE Blackstone washing
Any Kind Electric Motor
delinquent July 1st. To Also Sales and Service machines wringer type $89.00

CALL JAMES B. DANIELS only two left. Electric ServiceCo.

: McCuHers Electric Motor Repair ., 905 5th Street. Phone 3623051. i
avoid paying a penalty after Telephone Day 362-3278 FUNERAL HOME paej 5-6

Night 362-* 26 FOR SALE Purebred Duroc

Paid'this date make sure 217 E.Howard St males and gilts, reasonable Two
your I
Hunter Bros. Building HELP WANTED I slightly used automatic feeders

caJJ tf Call Lonnie B. Hunt 362-1421

taxes are paid immediately. WANTED Short order cook pbbe 5-8

good salary, Apply A & W Drive
For SaleAutomotiveFOR
FOR SALE Cypress tobacco

11113 UNTIL YOU SEE COMET AT Y[ OUr If you are in doubt about In. cge tf I sticks at mill, one mile southof

SALE All original, low WANTED- Boy 16 or over to Madison on State Road 14.

MERCURY mileage '58 Ford six Ranch work through the summer at Phone 973-6934 after 7 p.m

YOUR DEALERS your City taxes, please callCity' I Wagon. Clean, $695. Rt. 2 Box A & W Drive In. Please applyIn GIRLIE RAGAN8, Madison.

241. Live Oak former Rams- person. cge tf Fla. cfjj 6-11

den place. 1 mile east of Anti-
the City Clerk's office. och Community Center off 129. CURB HELP Wanted at A&W FOR SALE Siamese cats 2

pge 6 Drive In. Please do not telephone months old. Call 968-2451.

;i .PHONE3622276'axes apply In person. cge tf P&eJ 6-7

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RENEW YOUR WANTED 1 part time dishwasher -

LIID-" -. ,: .. DRIVERS LICENSES 1 part time waitress FOR RENT
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DURING THE MONTH Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

VISIT OF YOUR BIRTHDAY 4 pjn. to 9:30 pan. Itchtucknee FOR RENT Unfurnished
,.. two
.
q Q Rivers Restaurant. U. 8. 27, bedroom
: house also
RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANY : REECE BROWN one small
.. ... .
'''' COUNTY JUDGEJLJL phone HY 72822, Fort White. i house. Phone 362-3665.
E. HOWABO ST. PHONE 362-1112 Fla. pbbe 4-7 !
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THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE,'YE

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Here And ThereMrs. 'This Is Your Life'Community Mrs. Riley, 77,


Honors Mrs. Fletcher; Funeral ServicesFuneral
Harvey Sanderson and
v Mrs. Bada Ferrara of Fort Lau- 200 Persons Attend CeremoniesMcAlpin's
services for Mrs. MaryP.
derdale visited here recently with '
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brother-in-law and :1'C Riley. 77. who died Saturdayat
sister Mrs. Ferrara's, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Bail- : "First Lady," Mrs. Eula Fletcher, recently her home in White Springs after -
retired postmaster and school teacher, was honored in a sudden illness were held

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor lie.Mrs.. Alex McKeithen is spend- ceremonies at McAlpin Saturday by an estimated 200 Monday at 4 p.m. in St. James

ing a few days in Tulsa Okla., friends, former students and relatives in recognition of Episcopal Church in Lake City

p Mrs. Cordle Hosts WSCS. Holds Officer with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones. her services to _her county and her community.The with ficiating.Rev. John E. Banks Jr.. of-
Claude theme of the
Mrs. Lillie Gillikin and occasion was Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperation -
Faye Taylor CircleThe Training SessionA Adams visited their brotherinlaw based on "This Is Your Life", Eu- serving until 1950. She was Interment was held Tuesday Ga.>In
t: Riverside Cemetery in Macon
Faye Taylor Circle met at training session for officers and sister Mr. and Mrs. Tom la Fletcher". A beautiful display president of the P-TA for many s Born in Macon Mrs. Riley
the home of Mrs. William Cordle of the Woman's Society of Chris- McGlamory, in Cordele, Ga.. Sun- depicting various events of Mrs. years and spearheaded the drive moved to White Springs some 90
Service Fletcher's life was set up showing which resulted in a new school
Monday night June 17. There tian was held Thursday where she had resided
day.Mrs. years ago
Lillie Gillikin of Miamiis how her entire adult life revolved for McAlpin.Mrs. .
were five members one visitor morning June 13, at 9:30 at the since. She was the wife of the
and one new member present. First Methodist Church. Fifteen visiting here with her sister around the peoples of the McAl- A. R. Murphy and T. I. late George S. Riley Jr. and a
Mrs. Paul Byrd chairman presided officers were present. Mrs. W. J. Nipper.Mr. pin community and Suwannee Dasher chairmen were aided by member of the Episcopal Chureh.
over the business meeting. Mrs. Clyde Dempsey, secretaryof and Mrs. Don Nipper and County. many friends of Mrs. Fletcher to Surviving are one daughter.
Community missions project for promotion conducted the children. Donna Kerry Sandy Speakers were Ed Butler, Vera make this a memorable occasionfor Mrs. Colin C. Campbell Hayward.
the month is visiting for Calvary meeting.A and Cindy, of Palatka spent Hicks Russel Goff Mrs. Fred the entire community. Calif., and one son George P.
missions. The business meeting list called "Adventure In Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Haas and T. W. Fielding. Eachof Master of ceremonies for the MRS. EULA FLETCHER Riley, Neptune Beach.
adjourned after which the pro- Achievement" was studied and W. J. Nipper and Mr. and Mrs. the speakers gave an accountof evening J. L. McMullen. called on thanks prior to the covered dish I.
gram chairman. Mrs. James Long discussed. Glenn Milton. Mrs. Fletcher's life most familiar Lavaughn Sessions to return supper. (Office Supplies at McCrimoa'a)
presented the program entitled Goals for each officer were set A/2c James Koff stationed at and dear to them.
"'What Is Royal Service". Mem- .up and plans made for accom- Lockbourne AFB Columbus. Ohiois Ina Gaston read "Eulogy For
bers helping with the program plishing these goals. home on leave visiting his par- Eula", written by Alma M. Bass.
were Mrs. William Cordle Mrs. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koff. The guest of honor,Mrs.Fletcher -
Tom Abercrombie Mrs. Paul Mrs. F. E. Leslie and Mr. and
Suwannee Student.To was presented a lovely white
Byrd, and Mrs. W. R. Howes. Mrs. White of Jacksonville' spent corsage by her granddaughter
Attend CourseElaine week end here visiting friends
Refreshments were served by Library the Jovita Glass and Beverly Vann
the hostess at the conclusion of Boatright Rt. 4. Box and relatives.Mr. another granddaughter, presentedher
the meeting. 330 is one of 64 high school student and Mrs. Douglas Carmichael a Camero given by all her
and Douglas Jr.. of Talla-
from 29 counties who will son friends as a momento of this oc-
attend a library assistant train- hassee spent the week end with casion.
Bible Class Has ing course at Florida State University their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Fletcher was one of eight AT SUWANNEE SERVE MORE DAIRY
June 23-28. M. Carmichael and Mr. and Mrs.
Supper children of Mr. and Mrs. Obi-
MeetingThe Lecturers include Dr. Lewis W. W. Land. : deah Terry.
Ida Haddock Bible Classof Shores head of the FSU Library I Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Diamond She was born in 1892 at White VALLEY DAIRIES FOODS DURING JUNE
the First Methodist Church School; Dr. Myron Blee head of David. Patrick and Peg- I Springs. When she was eight
met Tuesday night June 11, in the Florida Institute for Con- gy Jo of Pensacola spent last years old, her family moved to
the home of Mrs. T. P. Delegalon tinuing University Studies spon- Wednesday and Thursday as Branford.She Throughout June, in celebrationof
White Ave. for their regular sor of the course; Dr. Fred Turner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. began teaching school in
and Wheelus and Mr. and Mrs. Dairy Month, we will be of-
meeting covered dish super. State Department of Educa- Troy 1911. Her marriage in 1917 did not
There were ten members and I tion; and Miss Verna Nisten Skipper and Sheila. slow her busy career. In 1918 she fering outstanding buys on all
nine visitors Spending several days with Mr.
present. Florida
dirk State Library.
was appointed Postmaster at Mc-
Mrs. C. J. Dean class president and Mrs. C. L. Wheelus are Mrs. Alpin a position she held until your favorite dairy foods. Serve
presided over the meetingand Wheelus' sisters Mrs. Sara F. Di- her these
Gen. Wadsworth Attends recent retirement. With the your family refreshing, nutritious -
Mrs. Joe Hill Smith gave the amond of Vero Beach and Mrs.
permission of the
devotional with Mrs. Spivey Armory DedicationBrig. Ethel Brown of Zellwood, and t'fi Ffetehw Postoffice letamtd Department 2\l 4t2 treats often; save money,

Brabham closing the meeting with: Gen. and Mrs. Louie C. their daughter, Mrs. Florence to teaching during the years from too.
prayer. Wadsworth spent the week end at Morgan and children Krista and 1941-1948 while still holding her
The July meeting will be held Panama City Beach. Gen. Wads- Mist position with the Postoffice.Mrs. .
at the church and Mrs. Carrie worth participated in a dedica- Dale Wheelus of Pensacola is Fletcher has always been
Brinson will give the devotional. visiting his uncle and aunt Mr.
tion ceremony for the new Na- active in civic affairs and was instrumental -
tional Guard Armory at Panama and Mrs. Troy Skipper.Mr. in bringing rural elec- ..... C-OO-L-O-F-F-W-KPH ...
and Mrs. O. J. McCullersand
City Sunday afternoon. trification to Suwannee County.
TaylorRobersonReunion Congressman Robert Sikes and daughter Barbara spent She was one of the charter mem-
To Be HeldThe Major General Henry W. McMil- last week at Ruskin and attended bers of the Board of Directors of
lan Adjutant General of Florida, the Florida State Convention of, a
descendants of Jeremiah were speakers. The Armory was the Church of God at Wimaumaand ; \ d DELIGHTFULLY REFRESHING
Taylor and William W. Robersonwill named for Brig. Gen. Hiram W. visited relatives in Plant City _
Time
have a reunion Sunday, June Speery Ret., long-time National and Tampa. Story Set
30, at the VFW Home in Jasper.A Guard officer of Panama City. I Mrs. P. C. Powell left Sunday Mrs. Dave McNeill will tell the HOMOGENIZED GAL JUG.
basket lunch will be servedat from the Tampa International stories for the children Mondayat C
noon. 'Commodore' CrewsThe Airport by jet for Anchorage Alaska 10 aon. at the Library. The SAVE 24c A GAL. 9
to visit her son and daugh- tales will include "The Bell Of
Suwannee Boat Club Friday BUY YOUR MILK IN GLASS -
ter-in-law and grandson M/Sgt. Atri", "Aladdin And His Magic
Makes FSU Dean's List elected L. M. Crews Jr., its FOR THAT NATURAL FLAVOR
and Mrs. Bob M. Hamilton who is Lamp", "The Porcupine's Hoe",
Florida State University an- new commodore for the coming stationed at Fort Richardson Al- and "The Twelve Brothers".
nounced this week: that Miss' year. Frank Westmark was named aska. Mrs. Powell will be away -
Mary Maude Mills daughter of secretarytreasurer.The about two weeks.
.
the late Rees Mills and Mrs. Rees Miss Carol Lee. daughter of Elks Initiate ThreeThe '
Mills made the Dean's List dur- Suwannee River Regional Robert Lee participated in the ICE CREAM
ing the recent semester. Library has acquired a geographical wedding of her roommate. Miss Elks Tuesday night initiated -
statistical and historical map Nancy Offenburg of Jacksonville three new members in cere-
of Florida, Director Elizabeth Ball Beach on June fifth at the United monies at the Live Oak Lodge.
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) announced Wednesday. States Naval Academy at Annapolis They are Danny McCrimon J. B.

Md., following graduation.Miss Vann and Frank Westmark. IN V2 GAL. AND QT. PLASTIC ICE BOX CONTAINERS
Let's Make It A Date At- Offenburg married Midshipman -
Parker's Vance Schufeldt of Omaha Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mitchell attended -
Drive In Neb. Following the wedding a reception -I. the graduation of their Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butter- c
the perfect spot to eat no was held at the Naval son Donald Mitchell from Aurora
long served waiting drive up and / 1.It.s Ofifcers Club. The couple will reside College Aurora HI. Monday Pecan, Burgundy 6 9
directly to you in your car. tJ in Pensacola. ::
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Wonderful menu to choose from. f\'t James C. Brinosn June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Banana Split ............ .............................
Open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. except '( returned to visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Largein
Fridays and Saturdays we \ ; his home in Tallahassee Friday St. Charles HI. QT.
are open from 11 ajn. to 12 pjn. l1 after spending several days here Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grice and
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BIGGEST DRINK IN TOWN! 5- with his mother Mrs. Carrie son, Buddy, of Fort Pierce spent
GIANT 24 OZ. COKES 30c Brinson. the week end here with Mr. and
ROOT BEER Mrs. Joe B. Davis and daughter Mrs. J. P. Register and grandson -
16 Oz. 20 Oz. Gallon :. Miss Barbara Jean Davis Lonnie Purvis. ASK. OUR SALES STAFF
lOc 15c 40c .- spent last week in Haines City Miss Mary Maude Mills studentat DAIRY
PIT BARBECUE with Dr. and Mrs. S. N. Smith Floida State University in Tallahassee ABOUT SPECIAL PRICES FOR
BROASTED CHICKEN STEAKS while Dr. Davis attended the Flor- is spending several days MONTH SPECIAL
DELICIOUS SHRIMP FISH ida Optometric Association Con- here this week with her mother, ICE CREAM AND SHERBETMIICLK
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; ',News From BranfordBY Graduation Philpots Attend ExercisesMr. Son's 'My Hopes For My..Community':: I

and Mrs. L P. Philpot Jr. *
and daughter, Ann Shumate, attended (ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Miss most small towns where neighbors i and we hope their ties to home
: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS the graduation exercise of Linda Hudson recently, won a greet each other across the street i are strong enough to bring them
their son, David Philpot from the $25 savings bond for her essay with genuine feelings. back'to us if,and when employment
Daytona Beach Junior College entered in the Florida Power Branford has made a start toward in this area la made available
II Miss Strickland Weds Tommie G. PooreMiss I Music, Band Students Wednesday, June 19. Corporation contest. Linda's growth that is necessary "to to them.
Following the graduation David thought-provoking article was keep up with the pace of today's
Mary Frances Strickland, carried a bridal bouquet of carna- Urged To Sign UpAll Medical Care
left for Washington, D. C., where judged tops among the entries living. We have several civic and
daughter of Mrs. Etta L. Strick- tions and lilies of the valley. students Interested In Our people need and deserve
he will be employed for the sum- submitted by Branford HighSchool fraternal organizations both interested -
and Tommie G. The mother of the bride worea facilities and to provide
land of Branford participating in music band personnel
and active
mer. He plans to enter the Uni- students and was entered in work which
Poore. son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. beige and rose print dress with and other activities at Branford versity of Florida in the faU. with 52 state essay entries will improve our community. In proper medical care. Plans are
.Poore of Branford were unitedin beige accessories and a corsage of High School for the 1961-64 the being formed for a medical clinicin
Mr. and Mrs. Philpot remained for two $2,000 scholarships offered past few years we have seen
marriage Saturday, June fifteenth white carnations.The school year, are urged to con- in Daytona for several days with by Florida Power Corpora- modern buildings taking the placeof Branford. It is my hope that
at two-thirty in the afternoon groom's mother wore a tact Oscar Blanch Friday, June their son and daughter-in-law, tion. Linda daughter of Mr. outdated, almost useless ones these plans will soon become a
in the Assembly of God beige dress with beige and brown 21, 1963 in or by phone. reality.
person
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Philpot m and and Mrs. Robert F. Hudson of and I feel confident thas is just
Church, with the Rev. Michell accessories and a white carnation Branford 9352806. family. O'Brien, graduated from Bran- the beginning. One great advantage Our people at present must
ceremony. corsage.A travel from twenty-five to forty-
Lord performing the U e ford this year and will attend we have is that Branford has
Greenery, large floor baskets of reception was given by the five miles for medical and dental
the Georgia Woman's College room to grow.
'gladioli and mums with two can- bride's parents at their home Branford Relatives Visit BradleysMr. where she will study physical care. Need I stress the feeling we
delabras holding lighted tapers, following the wedding with Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Bradley enjoyed therapy. Linda's article her Need for Industry get in cases of accident or emer-
formed the background for the Miriam Bonds cutting the cake, a visit Sunday from their on Branford needs industry. By (No. 1 Continued on Page 7)
Mrs. Juanita Fletcher pouring PersonalsMr. son and his family Mr. and Mrs. community displays a rare per- this I do not mean the "fly by
for
ception 17-year-old.
vows.Miss Vernia Lee Jones of Old punch, and Miss Peggy Fletcher Wilson Bradley and family of a night" kind which builds our

Town played the traditional wed- keeping the bride's book. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe and Lakeland. Other relatives visiting By LINDA HUDSON hopes, then leaves us wondering USE
ding -marches and accompaniedMiss The bride graduated from family of Orlando are visiting with them were Mr. and Mrs. Anyone having ever seen Bran- what went wrong.
Branford High School and the We need enough work to raise
Linda Gaye Odom who,sang :Mrs. W. J. Dempsey and family Willie Sanchez and family of ford, a small town nestled on the FUCO
froom from Dixie County High the income nearer to the national
"I Love You Truly". this week. Live Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. banks of the Suwannee River in
Miss Carolyn Mae Collins School. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomasof Hunt and family of Branford. Southwestern Suwannee County, level and provide employment for
Following a wedding trip to our citizens who must otherwisego
served as maid of honor and worea Gainesville visited Mr. and could truthfully say it is a mix- Brand
Cherokee, N. C. the couple will elsewhere to seek employment.
lavender gown with a headpieceto Mrs, W. B. Thomas over the Baptist. Circles MeetThe ture of the old and the new.
make their home at 200 North Many of our young people do not
match. week end. Returning home with Its colorful history of planta-
Fidelis and Golden
East Ninth Street where the Ring wish to leave their home. We are InsecticideFOR
Debra Ann Kendon was flower them their infant who tions and steamboats along the
was son Circles of the Branford First I
groom is associated with the State forced to leave in order to seek
girl and she wore a lavender dress spent last week with his grand- Baptist Church met Monday, Suwannee is face to face with its
Road Department. employment to build
I necessary a
with a matching headpiece. I parents.Dr. June 10.at the home of Mrs. Fred future in the jet age. Gone are future for" ourselves. of
Raymond Baxter was ring bearer. and Mrs. E. G. Haskell and Jones. Mrs. Allen Price taught a the plantations and steamboats, native citizens have Many been forcedto our BEST RESULTSSEE
family of Tallahassee visited Mr. chapter on Missionary mothersand but our town retains many of the
Bride-Elect Gets Gifts leave.Ve need these people,
Kermit Jones of Old Town and Mrs. Fred Jones Sunday.C. wives. For refreshments, Mrs. old ways and for this we can be
served the groom as best man. At Shower D. thankful. ---------------------
Recipes ; Williams of Newberry visited Jones served pound cake and lem-
Doyle Barden and H. F. Jones The natural beauty of our sur-
The First Baptist Church An- Mr. and Mrs Leon Hatch onade. ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
were ushers. nex was the setting Thursday and family Wednesday night. roundings has not been complete- ,
The. bride was given in mar- night June 13, for a shower hon- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcherare Mrs. Hall Is PatientMrs. lly wiped out by careless unplan- BUILDING NEEDS
riage by Clyde Bonds. For her ned, so-called "improvements"and
Buchanan, on a weeks tour and plan to
wedding she wore a white lace oring Miss Shirley 23. visit friends in Virginia and other Mittie Hall is a patient at our town retains the concern PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
of Sunday, June
bride-elect
gown poised over white satin, the and prizes points of interest. the J. Hillis Miller Health Centerat for others which is evident in PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL: SUPPLIESWe
Games were played the of Florida in
fitted bodice encrusted with seed University
won by Mrs. Juanita Fletcher. Mrs. Walter E. Long and Pen- Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
'pearls had a round neckline and Gainesville, having been admit-
Hatch several
present wrote their ny spent days earlier -
long pointed sleeves. A long train Everyone ted Tuesday, June 18.
Girls Leave
favorite recipe and presentedthem this week visiting Mr. and BranfordMiss
fell from the bodice back. She Mrs. R. E. Hatch and family.
to the honoree. Pauline Hatch and Miss Langford Builders SupplyEast
The refreshment table was cov- Oscar Munch has returned to Jones Is HospitalizedPasco Loyselle Hatch moved to Gaines-
ered with a pale green cloth and Branford after being away for Jones was admitted to the ville last week end where they Helvenston Street Phone 362-%BT3
was centered with an arrange- several months. Munch will be Division Hospital in Lake City are both employed by SouthernBell LIVE OAK FLORIDA
/ / ment of flowers in several shadesof assisting with the summer pro- Saturday night. Telephone Company.

pink. Seasonal flowers were gram.
watch how quickefimysdlf used throughout the room. The I Misses Minnie and Fannie Dun-
gift table was covered with a can attended the graduation exercises -
white cloth and at one end a blue of Jeanette Duncan in
umbrella was placed. Daytona Beach Wednesday night.
Miss Buchanan received many i Jeanette graduated from Daytona
lovely gifts.Refreshments. Beach Junior College.
of cake, punch, U U

cookies, nuts, and mints were StricklandPooreRehearsal

served.The shower was given by Dinner HeldThe .

rehearsal dinner for the .
friends. ..,. {s
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Mrs. Etta Strickland, in Bran-

Dinner home of Mr.HeldThe and Mrs. ford.The: dining table was covered

See how swiftly MoorMan's Palmer Daughtry and family of with a white lace cloth, an arrangement : JipgIg REDTJt DTo
Lake City, former residents of s
Minfrate,helps hogs make more of white gladioli and L.a
pork out of a given amount of, O'Brien was the setting for a greenery was placed on the buf
\ corn-increase your prQfjtsl! tet, "Father's Day" birthday dinner fet. .
lIlt ajve You the facts.CARROLL Sunday, June 16. Everyone was served on the :
The fathers in the family were patio where TV trays were set up. : "dkY YotIM912Yl
honored and the occasion was About thirty attended. .t
also Mrs. R. E. Hatch's birthday. RU t.-
Present with the Daughtryswere I
Hatcher Entertains I
JlOfJrJl Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch T : :$

US and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Out-Of-Town GuestsMr. -
; It$'# Q... Hatch and family Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. T. A. Hatch hadas :
- R. E. Hatch of Branford, Mr. and their guests Saturday night,
E. HALL Mrs. Robert Hatch and family Dr. and Mrs. Russell P. Blanton '
Phone 935-3263 and Mrs. Walter E. Long of Jack- and family Trooper and Mrs. F :
BRANFORD, FLORIDA sonville, and C. D. Williams of Fleet Syne and daughter, and
_Newberry. Phyllis Miller, all of West Vir-
ginia; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sulli-
van and family of Mississippi; Mr.

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VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Gainesville; Mr .and Mrs. H. E. L I : rI: r--ILrJiTr4: S_'
BUILDING SUPPLIES_QUALITY FIRST Hurst of Branford; and Mr. and
Mrs Don Grantham of Cross City. I L : ..... r : 'S: Fra

Westinghouse in Oven U. _C_

Reception To Welcome

and Cook Top .$192.36 Methodist MinisterThere 1J J

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36" Attic Fan W/Sktter 72.00 oring Rev. and Mrs. Peter Richardson ,. . .' ,. .. ...... ...,:.:.:'....,....+ ..Y. ..". '. fjP nJit,kY.
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June 23, the .
following evening :
Atlas Attic Stairway 18.00 worship services in the C. Howell 'J Ja
Fletcher Annex. .:.:. : ;: ...- "".3" :" : :
Window This will be an opportunity for ,} ".. _. ...... jJ; K..1........_
Burglar Guards 5.90
everyone to meet this new family


2-0x6-8 Mahy Door 4.75 tor.in ardson the is community.the new Methodist Rev. Rich-pas "Minimum, Freight Rates" Legislation Will Do This, Too!


2.8x6.8 Screen Door 5.99


2-8x4-6 Aluminum Window_ DEEP SEAFISHING TELL CONGRESS TO PASS IT I. .


Screen .. 2.56 I I .

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

3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet .... 6.70 Fla. will save a lot of money when the "Minimum they don't go far enough. The public-that's you

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

1/4 BD Plywood-Sheet .... 2.35 "The WINNER" Fair competition will bring many of today's needlessly of hundreds of bulk and agricultural products on

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

Prefinished Plywood 65 Feet Long' freight charges mean lower prices-for you. out facing long delays, as in our grain case. Or,

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

; Mahy..... 4.80 Birch..... 7.25 Coast Guard Inspected moving into the South recently effective after refused. Out-of-date regulation of railroads is

Lounge room & Snack bar 22 months of frustrating, costly-to-you delay- responsible for this, and it is costing you and all

Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet. 1.40 Leaves 7:30 Taylor's a.m.Dock at prove this is true. other consumers of America billions of dollars

Returns 5 to 6: We are now moving five-car multiple shipments each year. You pay the freight when you buy;
p.m.
Oak Flooring :No. 1 Com M 185.00 of grain from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Macon, Ga., in j jour anything.

$5.00 per Person 100-ton "Big John" cars for a price of only: What's the answer? Do your part to have Congress -

15 lb. Felt .- 2.15 $1.00 for Rod & Reel $1,894.72 instead of $5,28927-the old price. The pass the "Minimum Rates" bills as they are

savings: a whopping $3,394.55 on this one ship now written. This will mean reduced freight rates

Key-In-Knob Locks .?. 4.25 Trips open to individuals ment! That's just an example. There are many: !I and save you money. It is in your interest. Help

Sat., Sun. and Holidaysfor more like it. You profit and we profit. Everybody; get it passed.Tell your Senators to vote for S. 1061.

Light Bulbs benefits. > Tell your Congressman to vote for H.R. 4TOO. Do
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charter Mon., Tue&, Let's look at it
some frying-pan facts. Food will today
No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum Wed., Thurt. & Fri. cost less. A state department of agriculture esti- .-

mates the savings from lower ?- ""
grain freight ratesto # l'

Awning Window, ea. ...... 15.95 Phone:_ Cross City be: IVii on a dozen eggs-, If a pound on chickens. t rttcs oetriS011ThERNRR1LWAYSYSTEM,

Other agricultural economists back _this uP and r

Se Us .For .All Your BuDding Needs HY 8 -.3 4:2.3JI -point equally'significant-savings on beef, milk, .(( .,

I pork,bread and many other market-basket items. ,WASHINGWD.C,... SOUTHStHSEKm THE SOUTH_


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THURSDAY; JUNE\20-13 SUWANNEE: DEMOCRAT, LIVE* OAK;_ FLORIDA PAGE';SEVEN

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I; Social Security AnswersEditor's Beachville us and our problems and become their income with various vege- to age cr position by the Chief

one of us.Improve. table crops if a market were pro- Magistrate of our state to arm.
Local AppearanceI vided close enough to this area to and organize for the purpose of
would like to see our local make it profitable for them to do defending homes from invasion -
( Note: These questionsand if the payment to him or his family Rev. P. E. Day of Lake City Mrs. Day and their granddaughter. to the pointwe your
appearance improved so. In the past few years Suwannee slaves from
answers are compiled by William would be larger by using the filled his regular appointmenthere Miss Linda Day came with would not want to avoid your deportation -
County has built many farmtomarket" and and
M. Eanes District Manager military service wage credits. If Sunday had two good services Rev. Day. visitors your crops property
showing of our
any part roads which have "
from destruction.
for the Social Security .Administration so, we then verify, the,service time and good congregations. We were also very glad to have town. With the natural beauty to been of great benefit to the farm- is 100 Leon and the County'squota Sen-
Eanes invites and add in these free cred- attendance at men.
at Valdosta. wage such good Sunday couldbe
this
be found in locale
our
tinel thinks
that "she easily
leaders to mail their questions to its. The military service creditsare School when forty-three were ers.More can
done by each citizen taking of these roads are need- furnish twice that number." A
him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta not on the veteran's social LIVESTOCKREPORT present.
just a little more pride in his or ed and I assume are being plan- public meeting should be held on
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries security record and will only be Leyon Beach G.M.C. 1 of theu.s.a.
her possessions. Save your native ned by officials
county Saturday, July 4,"and people from
to this paper.) put on it when needed. Manley and daughter Debbie -
plants add to them other beau To sum up wishes for my com- all points of the county should
QUESTION: Can a child in an QUESTION: I am 60 years old. of Charleston S. C.. were
tiful flowers adap- I
shrubbery and munity; wish all things that can attend. The purpose will be to organize -
orphans' home get social security I can quit work now on a company By FLORIDA STATE week end guests of his parents ted to this area plan with just a bring health prosperity and hap- and elect officers. Then
payments from his dead father? pension. How much would this MARKETING BUREAU Mr. and Mrs. 0. D Beach. Gary little more thought and we can be piness to Branford but not at the "everyone should hold himself

ANSWER: Yes if the father hurt my monthly check at age 62? Beach accompanied them home rewarded with one of the most attractive expense of its friendliness which ready to respond upon the short-
had worked long enough for pay- ANSWER: You know your Cattle and calf trading at the for. a few weeks visit. little towns anywhere in makes it one of the best placesin est notice to any emergency that
mente to be made.QUESTION check at age 62 will be cut 20 per Suwannee Valley Livestock Market Mr. and Mrs. Cary Lamb and Florida. the world to call "home". may arrive."
: My mother gets ,a cent because you are taking your Wednesday June 12 rose three grandchildren of Madisonwere Branford has a good start towards .
widow's check every month. She payments three years early. If you sharply from 101 sold last week to guests of Mrs. Sanford Beach providing recreation for its No. 2JUNE JUNE 24 The U.S. gunboat
was sent. to a state'mental hos- have worked steadily at about the 214 traded at this sale. and family Saturday afternoon.The citizens and visitors. The Ivey Tahoma today captured a Con-
pital. Will her checks stop? same yearly rate for the past sev- According to George C. Avery of Beachville W. H. and F. M. Memorial Park has added much to 23 A letter appearing federate flatboat. laden with sug-

ANSWER: No: if the checks eral years the amount of your the Florida State Marketing Bureau met Friday afternoon with the our area and it is hoped this today in the Florida Sentinel ar and molasses in a bayou near
were made out in her name we check most probably will be onlya trading was active with demand meeting in charge of the presi- park will soon be one of the best suggests that Captain William D. the Manatee River. The crew
will have to hold them up until' few dollars less each month good for all classes although dent, Mrs. Willie Odom and Mrs. on the Suwannee River. Some Bloxham of Tallahassee would be consisting of three men. escapedto

we find someone who will agreeto than if you had continued work- outlets were just slightly G. C. Cannon brought the devo- provisions have been made for "a person excellently well qualified" the woods. The vessel is with-

accept the checks for her use increased over last week. A lim- tional. I recreation for the teenagers but to fill one of the vacancies out name or papers and is being

and see that her needs are taken ing.QUESTION. : How much longer ited supply of slaughter cows were Bobby Koon attended the FFA this needs to be improved and in- hi the House of Representativesof ordered into Tampa.
care of. will I get my social security? I fully steady he said. Convention in Daytona Beach last creased. the Confederate Congress.

QUESTION: I get a disability started back in 1948. It has been Avery noted that feederstockersteers week and reported a fine time. He We tend to think only of youth Bloxham the letter says is "a LITTLE PILES
check now. I will be 65 in Sep- raised a few times since then. I and heifers were few last brought home a fine tan and some when we plan recreation and the patriotic citizen identified with
tember. Will I have to come in to am 80 years old. week cows were weak to 50 cents blisters. young people appreciate the efforts all the best interests of the country or SAWDUST
sign up again? ANSWER: Your monthly PaY- lower and calves were fully stea- P. E. Terry was a guest of Mr. made in their behalf but and he remained in the military -
and Mrs. O. D.Beach Sunday.Mr. service as long as his health
ANSWER No. Your monthly
:
ments are guaranteed for your I'd like to see a modern buildingin
dy.The ., and Mrs. C. C. would possible permit. He is -
disability checks are changed over entire lifetime. We have plenty of state marketing agent said Hemphilland a carefully chosen area, equip- qualified
to monthly old age payments people age 100 or over who get 81 per cent of the run was cleared I son. Wayne of Gainesvillewere ped to provide entertainment and by education and natural
beginning with the month you monthly checks. Perhaps you will to feeder-stocker interests while guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- recreation for all citizens who ability to represent our county POWDER POST'BEETLES ,
reach 65.QUESTION. calves made 54 cent of the lie Beach Sunday.We ably and well in the Legislature."
age get yours for many years to come. up per wish to participate.I .
The editor
: I am 68 years old We hope you do. total. are having some good rains like to think that someday of the Florida Sen- caflt.

and am still working. I have been QUESTION: I put in a claim A.few. low-to-average-good now for which we are very grate-' Branford will have not only a ida"tinel to asks the "free men of Flor-
respond to Governor Milton's
thinking about retiring.. How slaughter steers brought $22$22.75 .- ful. -
for disability. Now my doctor place for its teenagers to play
much more would,I get if I worked won't give me a medical report.He per hundred pounds standardssold Some of our farmers are gath- monopoly and dance the twist military call without hesi-
until I am 72? i says I'm not disabled. What from $20.50-$22. and utility ering tobacco now and all will be but also a place where its senior tation.call "The requisition is simplya for the sake of your home
ANSWER: Since you are already can I do? steers brought $16J>0-$17.75. One soon. Most of the tobacco is pret- citizens can go to relax play. on you without reference

over age 65, you should have ANSWER: Next time you see cutter traded at $14.50. ty good. -bingo- knit- and- gossip- or whatever -
made a claim even though you your doctor tell him that we want One high standard heifer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beach would be enjoyable to peo-

may not get any monthly pay- his report of examinations, treatments brought $22 and one utility sold spent a few days last week with ple of their age group.I For All Your NeedsWITH

ments now. This way we could go and findings. The law does for $1"1.One his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Willie feel that our churches are

over your record and show you not require your doctor to make low-standard cow brought Beach enroute to their home in adequate for our community. We
how much (if any) your working the decision about your disability.If $17; utility cows were absent from Gainesville after spending part have Baptist Methodist Presbyterian -
until age 72 would raise your he will give us all the informa- the run. cutters sold from $13-$15 of their vacation in the Carolinasand Church of Christ, Churchof

monthly payment. tion he has we will use this along and canners traded from $11.75- Virginia. God and Assembly of God LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE '
QUESTION: I signed up to geta with other information we have $12.50. Mrs. Edward Richardson of churches in our town. Members of
reduced payment in August to see if you are disabled enoughto Utility and commercial bulls Perry and :Mrs. Ray Collins of all these churches work togetheras

1961. I only get $32.00 a month. get social security 'payments. brought $17-$18; cutters sold from Branford were visitors here Sun- one in any effort which will be

Will my checks be raised next Remember that only the Social $13-$17. day afternoon.Mr. of service to the community.
December when I reach age 65? Security Administration is responsible High-standard calves brought and Mrs. Martin Beach and EducationThe ARTHUR CROWE

ANSWER: Your checks will for whatever decision is $21.50-$22. and utility calves sold son Scott of Gainesville were quality of education to be

most probably not be raised unless made about your disability. All from $15.50-$18. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie obtained in our school is high due ATGREEN'S

you have worked enough in we ask is that your doctor tell us Medium feeder-stocker steers !Beach Friday night.. to the personal interest each

the meantime to raise the average everything he knows about your brought $19-$21.25 commons member of our faculty takes in
yearly income from which we condition. brought $14-$18 and inferiors No. 1 their students. Also our school FUELIN

figured your payment. Just to be QUESTION: I still get my were down to $11. Common and gency? I realize Branford is con- offers a wider variety of subjects
sure though we always look at ev- monthly disability check. You are low-medium[ heifers brought $16- sidered to be in an isolated area than most schools of its size.
eryone's record again at age 65. going to cut it off in $18 and inferiors sold from $13.- LIVE OAKWe
August because but I am sure a full time doctor With some repairs in the school ,
QUESTION: Does every veteran my trial work time has run 50-$15. would find it profitable and well plant itself, Branford School
get credit for his service time out. If I should get disabled again Common cows brought $12.75- worth his while to come here. could provide an education for

when you figure out his social security later on would I be able to start $16 and inferior cows brought Doctors have been successfulhere many more students than are now Can Serve You Better More EconomicallymrThA

? up my checks? $10.75$12.50.Good in the past why not in enrolled.
ANSWER: We always find out ANSWER: Yes but it would be calves weighing between the future? I am sure the other Agriculture is the main indus-
--- 250-500 pounds brought $21.50- citizens of this area will agree try in our community. The farm-

523.50, mediums sold from $19- with me when I say our desperation ers in this area growing tobacco :

A Thought For Today 522.75, and commons traded from, for a doctor has not reached peanuts and livestock have
152075. Common with a few the point where we will be satisfied markets near enough that it does GAS
By BRODY 0 HARRIS medium calves APPLIANCES
weighing between with just ANY doctor wishing not work a hardship in selling
125-250 pounds brought $17-$24, to come solely for the these .
products.I
"Who lives content with little possesses every- money nni
and inferiors of all sold even
weights involved.We .
thing. feel sure that many farmersin
To be content in the sense that we learn to accept from $13.75-$18. need someone to understand this area could supplement ]
n : our limitations and hence feel no resentment Hog Sales -
c or envy of others is a happy trait. For there is Hog-trading dropped from 445
no peace of mind in being covetous of another's during the previous sale to 310

,: k, i possessions. sold last week. Mixed grades of + i 1 1F
aw. b However we might take slight exception to the 180-210 pound barrows and gilts
above quotation in far it
so as might suggest that sold for
$17.31 210-240
we forego ambitions and goals in order to avoid the pounds '
frustrations which go hand in hand with achieving $1"1.22.240-2"10 pounds $16.50,160180 -
those goals, A state of lethargy which might be pounds $16.70 140-160 pounds
mistaken for contentment can never bring con- $16.30 120-140 pounds $17.05. r
tentment in the true sense of the word. 100-120 pounds $17, and 80-100

pounds $16.

FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor Most sows weighing between -
180-500 pounds brought 1315. T4 Y
Suwannee County Residents Boars sold at $7. ;

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brought $1550$18.25.just -
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Licensed Funeral Director like making a brand new

625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 claim except that there would be
no six month waiting period before -
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With Pictorial HistoryHistorical Senator Compares THE IWIY fAMIlY y UOYQ @ q sincere desire expand to and see grow.this community That- I Public NoticesINVITATION

NOW JUNIOR, JAKE TT EASY RXK$. p40'S PLAN Ft7R A
they are still willing to support
I PONT WANT I'LL BWLDA PORTABLE
Enthusiasts Plan Space Program YOU use OUR UTTLE tOWNO TABLE with funds this development Sealed bid win be TO received BID fcy the
GOOD well for the future.
CARD TABLE TW speaks Sawannee Hirer Authority, in the office -
TABLE TO y / WILL BE HANDY' ,d That the response was unani- of the secretary on the eeovd"'
To Publicize BuildingWhat With BUILD Mcoa rog ALL OF us 4 X2.X20 floor of the Cotnty Ceartheose. Live
Capitol AgricultureThe AIRPLANES 2 R E4aON USE mous is a source of pride, for the Oak, Florida, until 10 a.nu, Eaatern
AW,6EE, committee felt a lesser response Standard Time. Monday. July 1. i 969
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy did to bring space program will cause MOM/.. \/ ft7R.Lop would be forthcoming. at whfch time all eligible bM will be
read aloud for the feOewng project
the,White House before the public eye, a recently founded more money to be spent in Florida SCREW I think this a fine solution to 100.000 maps for the Svwaaaee
in fiscal 1964 than was realized River Authority, te ace rdaace with
the U.S. Capitol. what was a knotty problem. It
organization plans to do for state's entire \ yyEggl Ipedfica tio.*.
This organization, headed by Representative Fred last year from the shows a willingness on the part Complete tpeeificatio may .be obtained -
citrus or from all agricultural at tie office of the
aecretary.
crop
Schwengel of Iowa, Lincoln enthusiast and admirer of products excepting citrus, of many to help in this matterof The Authority re .rve. the right to
; ROl1t DPIECE community growth.It reject any or all bids received aBd to
the Capitol's traditions, influence States Building recording secretary, and Senator Spessard L. Holland said is good that there is a cor- accept a bid in the beet interest of the
and role, is the United investment this week. Authority.
Victor M. Birely, Washington poration, the stockholders of All bid she.M be marked "Bid on
Capitol Historical Society.Its banker, treasurer. Florida's Senior Senator, a which are local citizens, set printing map, to be opened Ifl#9 a m.,
3 up
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his- X2' X20'a ,
first project, a pictorial Senate July 1 1J6S.
is The Historical Society has an member of the powerful REq'o. to handle under state, law, this Suwauee River Avtohrity
tory of the Capitol building Na- active board of trustees, as wellas Appropriations Committee and matter of aid to those who desireto By JOHN C. CAMP
now being prepared by the an honorary board that includes the Committee on Aeronauticsand establish industry here. My '.7 Chairman

tional Geographic Society as date a President Kennedy and Space Sciences, said the first Armed Services To MelonsCongressman personal feeling is that if this
public service. Publication Vice President Lyndon B. John- item in the authorization bill Urged Buy corporation can not handle the NOTICE COUNTY OF EQUALIZATION TAX ROLL
has been set tentatively for early son, Chief Justice Earl Warren, considered by the Senate Space I project, we as community- Notice U hereby given that the
Committee included $312,855,000 Don Fuqua this list. This office purchases fruits County Assessor of Taxes wiD meet ,
of Repre-
1964.Like House Book Speaker of the House week urged the armed services to and vegetables for all military installations should leave it alone. with the Board of Covnty CeaimUsioner -
White
sentatives John W. McCormack, for new construction, facilities of Suwannee County Florid, at the
National Geographic has pro- and other leaders in the legis- and equipment at Cape Canaveraland purchase more melons for their in Florida Georgia, Clerk's Office in Live Oak at 10:00 a.m.
editors, and South Carolina. A field office July beL. 1963. for the p rpoe of
vided the services of its lative, judicial, executive and other the Merritt Island Moonport. service menus. No.2 hearing complaint and receiving testimony -
writers and photographers to pro- fields. "This new work alone would Puqua, representing'Suwannee for such purchases is also man- send their children to the schools as to the value of any propert
duce the book. The publicationwill Contributions Welcome exceed the value of Florida's 154- County and the Ninth Congres- ned until July 1 in Sanford by in Live Oak. No action was takenon Assessor real or personal of Taxes M,fixed or perfecting by the County, renewing -
be similar to a historic guideto The Historical Society has no million box 1961-62 citrus crop by sional District said prices in the Yates W. Floyd. this measure. and equalising the asseosment
produced by draS- Fuqua said he hoped this action of said County for the year of IMS.
House melon market have dropped
the White dues other than an initial fee for 19.7 million dollars, said Hol- Leaves of absence were ap- Board of Covnty Comaifesiontrs
National Geographic for the membership though contributionsare land. tically with huge quantities of would open up a market for mel- proved for principals to attend( Suwannee County, Florida

White House Historical Associa- welcome at the Society's head- The total amount to be spent melons on hand by the growers. on growers to sell part of their the Annual Principal's Summer ATTEST Lan B.: Roberto. Chairman
tion, founded shortly after Presi- quarters; U. S. House of Repre- for space operations and new Fuqua said that he had contacted crop. He pointed out that the Conference in Clearwater June Lavaughn A. SeMtaw, Qrk
dent Kennedy's inauguration.The sentatives, Washington 25, D. C. construction in Florida during the Department of De- services purchase only U. S. No. 1 17-19 upon recommendation of Wm.'-7 Hubbard Gray Assessor
work is being done under Those who join in the first year fiscal 1964 has been estimatedat fense urging that they purchase melons in certain weight ranges. the superintendent.The .

the supervision of a Committeeon will be listed as founding mem- 461 million dollars. melons for their menus and that They follow a policy of purchas- school superintendent and Notice is hereby NOTICE given to all persons
Public Education headed by "Florida traditionally is a great the services and embarking on a ing, where possible, from the several members of the school whom it may concern that I will not bo

Dr. Melvin M. Payne, ExecutiveVice bers.Children up to high school age agricultural state, and we must procuring a large number. nearest source to the base where board will attend a superinten- responsible anyone except for any myself obligation or by incurredby AlfredT.
President and Secretary of pay $1 as Junior Members; high never lose sight of the value of The Congressman noted that the melons will be consumed. dent's conference in Gainesville Airth, as my attorney in fact. As cr:!
National Geographic and a vice farmers or their agents should this date. Mrs. Sarah Chit.... will own
its to the state and the
school and college age groups pay crops nation designed to bring school officialsup the business known a* Chitwoed's Grocery -
of the Historical Sod e- i contact the procurement officersat The Navy is using stainless steel
president
$2 as Student Members. Supporting said Holland. to date on recent legislation Tavern and MoieLCLIFFORD
ty.Mrs. Members pay $5; Contributing I "But the nation's space effortis any nearby military installa- replicas of the human externalear passed that affects the schools. S.' CHITWOOD SR.
Lonnelle D. Aikman is Members, $10; Share Mem- adding something new and of tions as they are now purchasing about 4& times natural size, -
writing the text and Robert L. bers, $100; Patron Members, $500; vast significance to the economy, melons. in several underwater listening
Breeden is doing the layout, design and Sustaining Members, $1,000. to national defense and to the Farmers or their agents also devices.
and production. Both are Groups or firms contributing $25 most romantic adventure story may contact the Chief of the DANCEEVERY

members of the National Geographic or more may hold Organization ever told the thrust to the Fruit & Vegetable Branch, Defense Average per capita use of paper
staff. Memberships. moon and beyond." Subsistence Supply Center, annually in Florida is estimatedat SATURDAY NIGHT
The United States Capitol His- All payments to the Historical "We are learning new things Columbia Regional Headquarters, 440 pounds. WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIESFROM
torical Society is open to every- Society, whether membership feesor about metals, paints and other 1813 Main St., Columbia, S. C. 9 TO 1
one in the United States and else- donations, are tax deductible. materials," he pointed out. 'Mini- in order to be placed on the bid ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING
where who wishes to foster understanding turization has practical applica- No. 1 THIS 'VEEKCHITWOOD'S

of American history. tions in every day life. The.scienceof "The investment in the Mer- velopment.To .
Permanent Chairman of its Hon- County Horsemen electronics is advancing at a cury, Gemini and Apollo projectsis me this is a fine exampleof
orary Board of Trustees is Sen- dazzling pace, with great impacton shaping our way of life on community effort for growth

ator Carl Hayden of Arizona. Join Trail Ride communications and with oth- earth, not merely leading throughthe and progress. Those who partici- OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO
Congressman Schwengel is presi- er applications in day-to-day liv- blank void of space to the pated in the original plan back in MINORS ALLOWED
dent. ing. moon and beyond," said Holland. 1959 did so out of an honest and
President Kennedy, in a letterto At State ParkHorsemen
Mr. Schwengel, said the Historical -
Society "can do much to of the Suwannee

research and provide informationon I County Saddle Club Friday afternoon -
the historical background and rode to the State Park at
traditions of the legislative branchof II EUaville where they joined mem- Ji- ; IT'S GOOD BUSINESS TO

government." bers of the Madison County Sad- .
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Former President Dwight D. dle Club in a Suwannee Valley A : .

Eisenhower called it "a fine un- Trail Ride. CLM'. IJ -- KNOW WHAT YOUR TOWN
dertaking for America". The trail riders toured the Su :"n1, '
Richly Illustrated wannee River State Park where J'f"z d-
The Capitol book is planned as they cooked-out until Sunday / "" \ D AND COMMUNITY IS DOING.
something more than a mere morning and awarded trophiesand \\ /

guide to the Capitol building. ribbons in four different ..,.. ..... ......". ...- -_..:-..- 4. .>:.
Richly Illustrated with color pho- categories.The .-. \\\\ : :': ::!' =- rl\y:f. :.:t..1. :: .'.' ...-. YOU CAN KEEP
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both paperback and hard cover' I The sportsmanship trophy and r..l\.1n/\ ;;/;'Cs-l."T" / itl.r.: : .'f-}
editions. The price, not yet determined ribbon went to Charlotte Wads- ; --/-''I -l: l': ::'' .J-f'/
will be under $1.50 for! worth. Ribbons were awarded to .i.-.f..w._. .6;) ". fi ...\'-;"".o...;...I.._ .. s, ,...YrIJ t.. l..F'J"-1, i \ _- ____ -

the paperback edition. Proceeds Gail Hooper, Thelma Montgomery \ \y{ ,:\t ) Jf r ril fJ, } UWANNEE EMOCRATG

:from sales will be used to furtherthe Frances Reeves Sput Mont- '.. ,, ...
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:free system, and will be thrillingand Cindy Johnson, Carol Stewart .-= : \\\ 'Cflf ;-
inspiring to read. It will helpus and Mike Hogan.Consolation .
once again to catch somethingof ribbons were .
the spirit that burned in the awarded .' .-.. .... 'i: ..1h- .- :- AT VANTAGE POINTS I
to S. E. Montgomery Jr., : :e.... .- : = ': ... \\J .' '= :'O'O. .-;;.. .
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helped Other build officers this of great the Historical edifice." Corrine, Jerry Cobb Williams, Mrs. Jimmy, and San-Williams c ::"!;::; ;;::-:::. ".. \ \;1if.\' AVrPlJ. THROUGHOUT THE CITY AND

Society include Senator Hubert dra Robinson. \=: ::::;:\;::::': := :.: -- : C-h tn.c __.. _"
Humphrey of Minnesota; former Participants in the trail ride : :/,:' ':'-:: \F"i.. a ; i'l'
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Representative Marguerite Stitt came from Tallahassee, Moultrie,
Church of Illinois; Carl Haverlin Quitman, and other areas in addition .'
president of Broadcast Music, to Live Oak and Madison. ; .-: "

Inc., and Historian Allan Nevins, This was the first time the State
all vice presidents; Mrs. Lillian Park has ever allowed horses. Now
R. Kessel of the Office of the Ar- there is a permanent trail for rid-
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On Donald H.' Mitchell ,son of :
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Live Oak was granted a Bache- :
School ProblemsLast lor of Arts degree on Monday SUwAsNEEDEMocRAtTap
June 11, by Aurora College

Monday at its regular Aurora, DLlfiteheU.
weekly meeting the Rotary Club a 1956 graduate of j I f I
heard Everett Williamson, SUwan- Suwannee High School, majored -
nee County school superintendentspeak. in English
Aurora College is the accredited ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 6
four year college of liberal ;
generalized
Williamson gave a
arts founded and controlled by

the talkr Goal starting of the with Twentieth a description Cen-oft the nation.Advent Christian denomi- I Mayor Threatens To Axe Violator's Disability Money In Men's Softball

tury Teacher. Severa quotes from .,
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several different noted educatorsand Mayor J. Marvin Phillips in disability check cut off if the defendant to buy beer and whiskey," the Advent Whips Westwood Leads
philosophers were made.A County Sales Tax City Court Monday fined Robert got drunk again. Mayor continued. "And most of ,
particularly quotable quote In '63 Green colored, $15 for public "Do you know where that mon- them take a dim view of that
was one by Florida School Super- Receipts Up drunkenness charged him $8 jail ey comes from" Mayor Phillips kind of business anyway. If'th1.s: League; Langford Beats Daniels'Softball
collections in Su
State sales tax
intendent Bailey who said "Lead_ costs and threatened to have hisFlorida's asked the defendant."It was reported to Tallahassee they
ers no longer lead, they take the wannee County in May soared to comes from Tallahassee" might be obliged to stop that play last Thursday runs in the first inning. Two
pulse of the public and follow ac- $20,370, Ray E. Green, .state comp- Public the Negro replied."It check you get every month." night saw Langford Builders Sup- walks and singles by Dave Mei-
troller, reported this week. send vin and Jim accountedfor
cordingly. comes from the taxpayers! ply Daniels Funeral Home Clayton
collections here in "I just trust in the Lord, Green
Sales tax
Williamson noted the many du- Phillips charged. said. down to its eighth defeat by a the runs.
ties of being school superintendentwhich May Of 1862 totaled $17,622. Sales Exceed "Most taxpayers are not able 10-6 score. Advent Christian con- Both teams were three up and
are not in the usually ac- taxes collected in the county Employees "Well, the Lord didn't get you tinued to pace the league as they three down in the second inning.
cepted duties of an educator, or during April 1963, were 19504. drunk and thrown in jail" Phil- came up with five runs in the Westwood made their move in
connected directly to education.He The total sales tax collected QuarterMillionPublic Airman Completes lips declared. "If you keep on this final inning to defeat Westwood the third as they scored all five
throughout the state in May was way I'm going to find you some-
also outlined the basic scope of Baptist 105.Daniels of their runs. Jimmy Poole, Pose
the school program and its approximate $16.9 million, approximately $1.4 employees in Florida thing to do on the city streets. Jumped on Langford Lee and Rupert Wood hit successive -
costs. million less than the $18.3 mil numbered 252,237 persons by the TrainingSchool I'm not going to let you lay up pitcher Jimmy Taylor for three doubles. Billy Brannan walk-
These include the Minimum lion collected in April. Collectionsin end of last year a 20 per cent in a cool jail cell and eat rationsat runs in the second inning to take ed and was doubled home by Don-
Foundation Program; the state May 1962. totaled $15.7 mU- gain in three years the Florida : : the expense of the taxpayersof a 3-1 lead. Langford scored in the : ald Williams.
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required transportation survey lion.These State Chamber of Commerce reported r: ; Live Oak. first on a single by Jack Car- Advent tied it up in the fourth
and school plant survey which are figures indicate a slight yesterday in its Weekly cblf Robert Clifton Brock appeared michael and a double by Ronnie after two outs on a single by Jerry -
due this year; raises in teacher's Increase in the overall state picture Business Review. f before the court and plead guiltyto Strickland. Daniels picked up Vann a walk and a triple by
salaries, which are due next year; of sales tax collections from "The comparable national gain I driving while intoxicated and their three runs on a walk to Jim Dave Melvin. Advent clinched the
better 1962 to 1963 while Suwannee was 11 per cent" the Review resisting arrest. in the sixth
enforced attendance, Nolan a single to Alton Bonds, game as they scored
known as ADA, and how it brings County shows a marked increase states. !! Police Chief ,Elwood Howard a hit batter and three more five runs on one base hit and six
extra money to the school system. from last year surpassing its Ap- "Florida's total was made up of i and the arresting officers testi- walks. Westwood errors.
Also Williamson discussed the ril collections in May when state- 51,086 federal civilian employeesno fied that Brock was drunk lost Langford picked up a single run LEAGUE STANDINGS
recommendations' of the P-TA wide collections declined. ( military personnel included), his head and abused them with In the third on a walk to Donald Won Lost
survey which were outlined in up 8 per cent; 45,014 state em- force and loud, profane language.The Boatright coupled with an error Advent Christian 7 1
) this paper three weeks ago. He costs Suwannee County about ployees, up 21 per cent; and 156.- defendant had to be hand- and a passed ball. Langford tooka Langford Builders 5 3
noted that evidences of changeare double to operate school buses the 137 county-district-city employees cuffed and jailed forcibly police 5-3 lead in the fourth inningon Westwood Baptist 4 4
apparent already around the amount allowed by the State of a gain of 25 per cent over said.The an error a walk and a home Daniels Fund Home 0 8
school grounds. Buildings are being Florida. 1959. These figures include both- Mayor fined Brock $50 for run by Harry Taylor. .
repainted outside and refurn- The additional expenses of full and part-time workers the DWI, $25 for resisting arrest and Daniels picked up another run
ished inside. Dangerous situationsare course, come from the school bud- latter making up about 8 per cent suspended his license for 90 days. in the fifth as Bonds was hit bya Marks left on skin by adhesive
being eliminated. Unsightly get. School patrons should face of.toe total. % Wynn Bush, colored appeared pitched ball and scored on a I tape can be removed by sponging -
buildings are being remvoed. the fact that school services cost "The monthly payroll of state before the Court charged with base hit by Asher Sullivan. with benzine.
According to Williamson increased more now than it use to just to : and local employees throughout disorderly conduct and explainedto In the bottom of the fifth
costs will seriously curtail maintain the same degree of ef- Florida during October of last the Mayor that she acciden- Langford scored five times to win I
_ the efficiency of the school pro- ficiency. To provide even the year amounted to $69,836,000, an tally got in the middle of a quar- going away. The five runs came I LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
gram next year. Because of this minimum of facilities in the/future increase of 37 per cent over 1959 4 rel between Oscar White and his on six base hits along with four !
either more revenue will have to will require a revision in compared with a national averageof ; wife Bessie White colored, both passed balls. Small
or Large Areas
be devised or else some services school fnancing.The 28 per cent. The comparable of whom were arrested too. Daniels picked up two in
will have to be cut back. gravity of the situation at federal payroll in the state is not The Mayor continued Bush's the final inning on a double runs CALL
_ He noted that the service whichis this time is alarming and requires available for that date. DOYLE V. ROBINSON case until a week pending further Larry Evitt a single by
by Earl
fartherest away or out of line serious attention by every- "Schools, hospitals highways Airman First Class Doyle V. investgation.Other Hurst, two walks, and a wild H. TURNER
_ according to state yardsticks is one interested in the education of and police protection in that order Robinson of Live Oak has gradu- cases appearing on the pitch. Night 963.2751
that of the school bus system. It the generations who are following.JAMES claimed the principal partof ated from the NoncommissionedOfficer Court docket were William Oneal The second game saw Advent Day 963-2373
the state-local full-time em- Preparatory School at Carter failure to yield right of Christian maintain
their
ployee total in Florida last year. MacDill AFB, Fla. way causing accident forfeited two or writeP.
game lead by knocking
Schools including higher education He was trained in the duties $25 bond; Charles Wynn reckless wood in a 10-5 ball over West- O. Box 475
tS' ,d9.tL;;R FREE accounted for 79,736 em- and responsibilities of Air Force driving forfeited $15 bond; Ralph opened fast by game. Advent WELLBORN, FLORIDA
: ''' 24-HOUR ployees, up 26 per cent in three noncommissioned officers. The Harris reckless driving fined $15; collecting three -
,F1 ;::"h', OXYGEN EQUIPPED years; public hospitals 22,060, up course included study in organization Gilbert Bryant, drunk and .disorderly -
'''' '::1> :: 1 22 per cent; highways 14812. up management leadership forfeited $25 bond and $4
',' Y''"'i:4'}: 1:6';N':::: N : Ambulance ServicePhone 18 per cent; and all types of police military justice, security and costs; Norman Gross colored
protection 10,656 a gain of human relations.The fighting continued; Kanard An-
: 362-3333 23 per cent." airman, a naircraft radio derson, fighting, colored forfeited -
; repairman, is assigned to the $25 bond and $4 costs; Oscar
wr' "'". Soil District; Has 12th Armament and Electronics White, disorderly conduct, con-
;t:;: Squadron here. tinued; Pete Lawson, disturbingthe
$jt Airman Robinson, ion of Mr: peace,forfeited $15 bond and LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
B. DANIELSFUNERAL Wildlife SeedR. and Mrs. D. P. Robinson of Rt. 5, $2 costs; Sluber drunk forfeited Phone 362-3111
Live Oak, is a graduate of Su- $15 bond and $4 costs; Oscar Adults 50c Children 20c
HOMEEast W. Murray biologist with wannee High School. White No.2, colored fighting Tax Included

Howard St. Kx> : .ti the State Game and Fresh Water The airman's wife Mary is case dismissed; and Bessie Louise NEW SUMMER OPERATIONBOX
Fish Commission, delivered 205 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. White fighting forfeited $25 OFFICE OPENS 1:45
J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. pounds of Brown Top millet seed B. McGuirk of Suwannee Ave. bond and $4 costs. MOVIE STARTS 2:00

S. C. BASS, JR. for wildlife food plantings in Su Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
EMERT POTEET wannee County this week.
THRU SUMMER HOLIDAYS ONLY
These seed had been ordered by
Suwannee River Soil Conservation
District cooperators and are sold THURSDAY JUNE 20
at cost by the state.
Plantings can be made as lateas DANNY KATE

4 t', July 31 and orders for seed In
may be placed through the Soil

r t WHAT'S THE county Conservation Agricultural Service Building.office of the MAN FROM THE


good word ? Attend Hampton ConferenceJohn SCS technic- DINERS CLUB
; ian .and John Douthat SCS stu-
dent trainee attended a one-day Also
training session at Lake City this CARTOON (NEWS
week to study the new legislation '
passed by the Congress relative to s I sI FRIDAY-SATURDAY JUNE 21-22
recreation uses on farms.

Planning assistance is available DOUBLE FEATURE
through the SCS to convert to
such GRAND OLE OPRY STARSBUFFALO
recreational uses as hunting 1fl

VX reserves cabins. fishing, and vacation; In _

Financial assistance to put the
GUN /
plan into effect can be arranged
through the office ..
of Wendell -''"
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Administration .
who can qualify. .r BIG CIRCUS

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best ever." irlodel ". -

"Sweetest running machine I've "' RP 202
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'The finest piece of equipment I've ever had on my ... HERCULES AND THE
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Jf With Lilliston we always expect the best. But this lightweight construction.

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"As close to perfection as anything I've ever seen." Also
NEEDS AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT. maintain desired CARTOON NEWS
We've got news for you, though. The 1963 Lilliston comfort level constantly.

Peanut Combine is better. We admit find
even you may Adequate InsuranceYour 4t WASHABLE AIR FILTER never needs re- TUESDAY. JUNE 25
it hard to top last year's owners' quotes, but, if you get '..placement.

a :new Lilliston, you'll try. family deserves com- CHARLTON HESTONDIAMONDHEAD
plete protection! When you are In -
The Lilliston Peanut Combine forced to pay for the unex-
pected your,are deprivingyour -
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family of other necessitiesand 1
-h famous peanut profits. luxuries they deserve. Let

wherever,.in the world peanuts are grown .insurance today. pay! Talk to us CARTOON Also NEWS

'*- Lilliston Peanut Equipment is produced by illusion Implement Co.,manu. : $149.95
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fgtb Coughman-Harvard Betrothal I Hicks-Mobley Mrs. Ira Franklin Home


I I Wedding Announced ;i. .

\ Mr. and Mrs.A.D. Hicks of Mc-

Alpin, announce the marriage of

WOMENCLARA kVia" their daughter. Martha Ann. to

Grant Laverne Mobley son of Mr.

S and Mrs. Grant Mobley of McAl 4 .


S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor 0 pin.The wedding took place in Sta-

tenville, Ga., on April seventh.

Itt Both attended Suwannee High \,'

The Greatest Story Yet UntoldTo School. Mr. Mobley graduated in ,::. +R aLkk


Be Rendered By Westwood ChoirA 1962.The couple are making their
--
musical program with a The second section presents home in Lake City.

theme that is different will be God's Plan with a solo by Jimmy .

rendered by the choir of West- Poole, a duet by Mrs. Glenn Mil- tIz 4'v: 7

wood Baptist Church Sunday ton and Mrs. Arthur Chauncey Mrs. Holmes Piano

night June 23, at 8 o'clock under a men's chorus, and the full choir. a
If Li In RecitalMrs.
the direction of the music director The third section, The World, Pupils

Mrs. Ed Worthington."The will include solos by Miss Christy Perry Holmes presentedher

Greatest Stary Yet Un- Worthington and Mrs. Harold \. piano pupils in a recital at the

told", written by Eugene L. Clark, Land, an alto-tenor duet by Mrs. First Methodist Church on June

proclaims the Great Commissionin Worthington and Phil Brim, and fourth.

song and music. the full choir. The pupils and their selectionswere

Cantatas have been presentedat The rendition will close with :

Christmas, Easter and on James Ellor's Diadem. Warsaw Mazurka (Chopin) and 1l

many other occasions but a cantata -IBU aqj aq in& sauof uaoujA State Fair (Gurlitt) Susan

bringing the challenge of rator during the cantata Mrs. Swing;

missions, has not been presentedin Buddy Frier organist, and Miss Clothes Line Waltz (Schaum) __

our city before. Glenda Brim pianist.No and The Ventriloquist And His

This cantata has an appeal that one will want to miss hear- Dummy (Schaum) Diane

reaches the heart. It could be the ing this inspiring piece of music. Wright:

voice of God to many, stirring The Westwood Choir feels thatit Stars And Stripes Forever

them to go, give and pray. is one of their most outstanding (Sousa) and Old Folks At Home

The first part of the cantata soul-stirring renditions and Mr. and Mrs. James Bookston Coaghman of Columbia. S. C., (Stephen Foster) Hank Rat-

tells of God's Love with the full their desire is that it will be a announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Carlisle liff;

choir singing and Walter Oliver missionary challenge to everyone Tarantella
and Sherwood (Michail Aaron) and
Joseph Harvard III son of the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph
taking the solo. who hears it. Real Gone Boogie (Schaum) -
Sherwoood Harvard of Columbia former residents of Live Oak.
Farris Hart
;
The bride-elect graduated from Duber High School as a merit 'Miss Hooter Mr. Horne
Starlight Waltz (Brainard) Exchange Nuptial
scholarship finalist in 1959. She student to Den-
Mrs. Eula Fletcher Retired PostMaster was an exchange Kathleen
Hurst;
I Honored With mark, sent by The American Field Service. Miss Conghman a Land Of Hope And Glory (El- Vows In Church Ceremony June Seventh

SupperThe graduate of Converse College received her bachelor of science de- gar) and Gypsy Moon (David Against a background of magnolia, floor baskets of

McAlpin Community Club and Mrs. Pete Vann, Mr. and Mrs. gree this month. While an undergraduate she was president of Hirschberg) Brenda Crews; gladioli and candelabras holding lighted tapers, :Miss

was host for a covered dish sup- Fred Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Hal the Freshman class, elected to membership in crescent, to student Serenade In The Night (Ken- Claydell Hooter of Jacksonville, daughter of Rev. and

per Saturday evening on the Fletcher, and Mrs. Gene Weekly council, sophomore year vice president student body, member of nedy) and From Symphony No. Mrs. H. C. Hooter of Eunice, La., exchanged nuptial vows

grounds at Deaun Gaston's store and the master of ceremonies, J. gavel, senior leadership fraternity and scholarship fraternity, K. A. 5 (Tschaikowsky) Gail Draw- with Ira Franklin Home, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Home
in honor of Mrs. Eula Fletcher L. McMullen.The _
dy;
I Rose for P. C. chapter named to "\Vho'sVho in American colleges"and
of this city in a double ring cere- sage of cymbidium orchids. The
who recently retired as postmasterof theme of the program cen- Two Guitars (Russian
McAlpin.The tered around "This Is Your Life" received the Mary Mildred Sulleo award and award conferredon Song) and A Viennese Melody Gypsy mony, June seventh, at eight groom's mother wore a pink silk

honoree's table was lovely and McMullen gave some of the the most outstanding senior and. one of the few awarded a dip- (Thompson) Sue Perry; o'clock in the evening in the brocide with a corsage of cymbt-

loma with distinction.The Westwood Baptist Church with dium orchids.
interesting highlights of Mrs.Fletcher's .
and was centered with a low ar- Nobody Knows De Trouble I've
rangehent of pink snapdragons life. bridegroom-elect also a graduate of Duber High Schoolin Seen (Thompson) and The Old the Rev. H. C. Hooter officiating Following the ceremony a reception .

Giving testimonials of her 1959 received his bachelor of arts from assisted by the Rev. J. W. Baillie. was held in the church
Presbyterian
and orchid mums. I service degree Rugged Cross (Bennard) Jackie :
Seated at the table with Mrs. to the community and the College this month. While an undergraduate he was president of Ratliff; I Providing the nuptial music was parlors with the faculty of St

Fletcher her children Mr. county were R. B. Goff who spokein Billy Mills organist and Ronnie Luke's school of nursing assisting
were the freshman class. Elected freshman representative to student Elfin-Dance (Edvard Grieg)
behalf of her Postoffice Williams, nephew of the groom of Mrs. Hugh Williams of Madison
career council held offices his and junior and Lullaby (
the njinsky
sophomore
,
same years. ) Becky
as a teacher was given by Mrs. Madison, soloist. The selectionswere and Mrs. Jim Tomlinson of Madi
Was a letterman for four years. He served as president of Blue Gill;
Feted
Miss Allen, Vera Hicks her service to REA "God Sent Me To You", "Be-
Key, honor society vice president of Kappa Alpha order senior Fur Elise (Beethoveen) Dicy son.The
cause"
and
by E. N. Butler as a Democratic 0 Perfect Love". bride attended the Math
Witl "Coke" Anne
;; PartyMiss Committeewoman was given by representative on student government and was selected for "Who's Crapps; Attending the bride as matronof er School of Nursing, Southern

Martha Jean Allen, June I Mrs.' W. B. Howland her work in Who in American Colleges and Universities" and received the Am- Commencement Day March, honor was her sister Mrs. Bill Baptist Hospital, New Orleans,
Duet (Crammond
bride-elect was feted Friday her church by T. W. Fielding and erican Legion award for outstanding leadership.The Dicy ) Jenny and Hightower of Baton Rouge La. La., and Florida State University
morning with a "Coke" party by Crapps;
personals were presented by Mrs. wedding will take place on August seventhteenth in Washington Mrs. Hightower wore a street Tallahassee.Mr. .
Miss Joanna Tsacrios at the homeof Simple Avue (Francis Thome) .
length mint Home
sheath attended Suwanner
Fred Haas. Street Methodist Church in Columbia. The young couple green with a
her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Jenny Crapps; rolled collar of chiffon High School and Norman
Nicky Tsacrios on Suwannee Ave- Mrs. Fletcher was presented a plan to live in Decatur Ga., where he will study for Presbyterian Solfeggietto (Carl Bach) and back hemline. She drapingto Norman Park, Ga. College
wore a
cameo brooch and necklace anda ministry at Columbia Theological Seminary, In Schubert's Day (Krentzlin _
nue at ten o'clock.A )
matching Following
box
beautiful book-shaped cake inscribed pill hat and shoes. a wedding trip to Port
pink and green pastel motif Janet Broughton; Her flowers Paradise Crystal River
"Happy Retirement Mrs.Fletcher" were yellow pom pons. they will
was carried out in the floral designs Raindrop Prelude (Chopin) Miss Sandra Hooter, sister of make their home in this city.
for the Wheelus Reunion Held SundayMr. Marjorie Dees
and refreshments ; the bride from Eunice, La., was .

affair.In and Mrs. C. L. Wheelus and Jim Mullins and James, Sue Joe Etude (Ludwig Schytte) and her bridesmaid. Her dress, acces-

the living room arrangementsof Mr. and Mrs. Troy Skipper and and Ruby of Waldo; Mrs. Carrie Waltz In A Flat Major (Brahms) sories and flowers were identicalto Mrs. Bispham Hostess

flowers in the chosen Auxiliary Officers witha Dixon of and Miss Elaine Eleanor Dees;
summer daughter Sheila, entertained Perry; those of the matron of honor. At Circle Meeting

motif were placed at vantage Installed ThursdayMrs. joint family reunion on Sunday Boatright Arthur Howard, Wayne Serenade (Franz Schubert) and Donald W. Home, of Macon, The Violet Popp Circle of th points. 16. Howard, and the Rev. Cornelius From 6th Symphony (Tschaikowsky -
June Ga., served his brother as best First Baptist Church met Mon
The dining table was overlaid I Ruby Von Dahn. district A picnic dinner was served at Davis, all of Live Oak. ) Ann Garrison; man. Ushers were Tom A. Home day afternon at 3 in tlv
linen cloth. Atone president of the American Legion On Wings Of pan.
with a pale green noon at the Wheelus home to Song (MendelsTheme brother of the groom from Jack- home of Mrs. Jackson Bisphamwith

end of the table was a large Auxiliary installed the following members of Mr. and Mrs. Wheelus' Mrs. Hunter HostessAt :SUPlrSA.I q.IBg (uoqs sonville, George Harrell of Jack- seven members present
wooden bucket of iced "Cokes" officers on June 13 when the families. from Polonaise (Chopin)
sonville, and Calvin Williams of with
The
meeting opened
and at the other an arrangementof Auxiliary and the Legionnairesmet Present were Mrs. Elsie L. Cobb, Coke, PartyMiss Karen Perry; and Madison, both nephews of the was Skinner
Mrs. Henry
pink gladioli and white mums. in a joint meeting: Mrs.' Irby Claude C. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Martha Jean Allen, bride- Tales From Vienna Woods, Duet groom. prayer by taken from

Crystal compotes of mints and Black president; Mrs. L. M. CrewsJr. John L. Magee and Paige, Malon, elect of June 30, was entertained (Strauss) Barbara Watkins. The bride, escorted by her bro- the The program Service was magaine and
Royal
nuts with crystal trays of open .. first vice president; Mrs. Ar- and Wayne, and :Mrs. Perry J. Wednesday, June 12, with a Coke and Mrs. Holmes. ther-in-law. Bill Hightower chosea under the direction of Mr,
was :
.
'face sandwiches were placed. on thur Crowe secretary; Mrs. R. V. Price all of Jacksonville; Mrs. party given by Mrs. Garnett floor length gown of Chantillylace H. L. Goff, program chairman.
the table. Hutchingson treasurer; and Mrs. Ethel Brown of Zellwood; Mrs.
Hunter at her home on Pearl Ave. and silk organza over nylon Mr3
Mrs. Goff
Mrs. Mike Tsacrios, paternal Frances Pike, sergeant at arms. Bell Reunion Assisting were
Sara F. Diamond of Vero Beach; Arrangements of seasonal flow- tulle. The bodice featured a Sa- Melvin Wright, Mrs. Austin Har
grandmother of the hostess, greet The historian and chaplain were
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown and Joy
ers were used. brina
Sunday neckline outlined with seed '
rell Mrs. Frances Pike, and Mrs.
ed the guests as they arrived. As- not present for the installation.A. Carol Susan, and Kiffin of Day- Invited were Mrs. Sid Allen Jr., pearls and rhinestones. The long
sisting in serving Miss Coula B. Miller chaplain the Descendants of the Daniel, Joseph Bispham.The .
were gave tona Beach; Mrs. Florence Mor- Mrs. J. D. Odom, Mrs. Larry fitted sleeves
tapered to Calla
and business
James Bell families will meeting was conducted -
Tsacrios sister of the hostess opening prayer and L. M. Crews gan and Krista and Misti, of De- Mrs. Edward Mullins
Johnson ,
lily points. The overskirt
of silk
please meet at the Woman's Club by Mrs. Skinner circle
Miss Dorothy McGuirk cousin of presided over the meeting. Land; Mr.' and Mrs. C. L. WheelusJr. Mrs. Donny McCallister Miss Sin- edged with
organza was scallopedlace.
in chairman.
Building Jasper Sunday June
Miss Tsacrios. and Mrs. Tsacrios. Following the installation the and Carl and Dale of Pensa- ka Koff Miss Miss
Gayle Wynn, Her veil of silk illusion was The closed with
meeting social
a
Miss. Tsacrios presented the Auxiliary retired for their meet- cola; Mr. and Mrs. H. Frank Sharon Bird :Miss Pat Wooley 23.A
lace trimmed. She carried a bridal hour
picnic lunch will be served being enjoyed and refreshments -
guests of honor with a gift. ing. Guests were Mrs. Von Dahn '
Wheelus Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Miss Glenda Brim and Mrs. Tom- around 12:30. bouquet of white orchids and lijies were served by the

Among the twenty-five guests Mrs. Everett Emmrick, district Wheelus and Arlene and Johnny, my Edwards. of the valley. hostess.

present was Mrs. Sidney Allen Jr, treasurer and Mrs. R. W. Bank- and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheelus Assisting the hostess was Mrs. The bride's mother wore an The circle will meet in July

mother of the honoree. am. and Steve of Cross City; Mrs. Alvin Brown. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) aqua lace over taffeta with a cor- with Mrs. Goff.BethuneCookman.


.
Geiger Principal. Branford Bills were audited for payment.As Edgar J. Meeks ommended and approved for secretarial Mrs. Lucille Wadsworth, Helper. College
MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC School, concerning the fire which Day-
there was no further busi- Mrs. Doris Moseley positions for the 1963-64 Mrs. Hettie Green, Helper tona Beach Florida, June 17-22
SUWANNEE
INSTRUCTION destroyed the Vocational Agricul- ness, the meeting was adjourned. Ralph McKnightFred school year: Mrs. Orma Gaskins Helper 1963.

COUNTY FLORIDALive ture Department at Branford Everett L. Williamson McLeodJ. County Office Mrs. Milbra Mrs. Trixie Harris, Helper Professional leave was granted

School. Superintendent Williamson Supt. and Secretary I. Newbern Millican and Jessie Haddon ,
Mrs.
.
Oak Florida : Mrs. Margaret Brorsen. Helper W. J. Curtis and James Watson,
also pointed out the need for Board of Public InstructionOtto Fred Poucher '
Suwannee High School Mrs Mrs. Vera Dees, Helper Vo-Ag. teachers Douglass High

May 18. 1963 securing more adequate insurance Dickman. Chairman Melvin C. Lee Hattie Rae Ross; Pine View Elementary School School, to attend NP.A. State

coverage for school property. Board of Public InstructionLive N. G. Sanchez Suwannee Junior High School
called to orderat Mrs. Lula Voyles, ManagerMrs. Convention in Tallahassee Florida .
meeting was
The Permission was also given for
Clyde SlocumM. Mrs. Nell Platt Boatright; Lora Mae
Dyal June 9-12 1963.
V. V. Brim,
9:00 A.M., by Mr. the use of 1 (one) upstairs room L. Nettie
Moseley Baisden School Mrs.
members Mrs. Mattie Voyles Annual leave was approved for
Other
Vice-Chairman. at Branford High School as an Florida
Oak Theron Coleman Myrtle Mills
; Mrs. Victoria GutierrezMrs. Mrs. Hattie Rae Ross from
H. E. Vann L. M. June
present were: and I emergency classroom for Vo-Ag. June 4, 1963 Barney Bailey Pine View School Miss Thel- Abbie CroftWellborn 17-28, 1963, inchwive.
Dickman
Crews Jr., Otto Instruction. The meeting was called to orderat Drew Holmes ma Lawson; School Annual leave from
May 9-17
Thonis Barnett. Permission was given to hold 9:00: A.M.. by V. V. Brim, Vice- Melous Johnson Branford School Mrs. Inez Mrs. Ruth Edwards 1963 was approved for Christine
Mr.
given by
Devotional was regular classes at Branford on Chairman. Other members pres- 0. C. Lanier Hudson; Mrs.' Foy Mae Curl Caldwell.
Brabham of the Methodist Churchin May 18, 1963 and May 25, 1963 M.
L.
ent were: H. E. Vann, Leo LeeEmma Douglass High School Mrs. Clayland School The Board
adjourned at 12.00
Minutes Live Oak of Florida.the previous meet- to make up time lost due to the Crews Jr.. T. R .Barnett, and Otto Lee Warner ., Christine Caldwell. Mrs. Mable Stewart, Manager noon, and Joined the County

fire.Superintendent Dickman. R. L. Woods The following persons are approved and Cook Commissioners at the Florida
and
read approved.Vera
ing were Home Williamson Informed Rev. Bill Dodd, Pastor Churchof Grover Zipperer as custodians, at schools Exie C. Neely Part-time Help- Sheriffs Boys Ranch. After a

Miller Chairman. the Board relative to leg- The Nazarene Live Oak. Florida Ray Baker indicated, for 1963-64, school fine meal together very
both Boards
Living Sub-Committee a part of islative action
affecting the "* erMcAlpin
devotional.
gave the Eva Lee year: School heard Mr.
the Rural Area Development, appeared schools. Harry Weaver report
Several people from the Wellborn 1. W. McCall Suwannee High School Mr. Mrs. Sarah Parker concerning the progress at the
before the Board.
The Board accepted the resig- area were present and discussed T. W. SikesT. Wilbur Rex; Branford School Ranch.

Mrs. Miller recommended thata nation of Earl S. Handley Jr., various matters with the O. WarrenW. Suwannee Jr. High School Mrs. Dorothy Dorsett ManagerMrs. The Board reconvened
at 1.30
:
visiting teacher be employedfor teacher Suwannee High School, Board. Since the matters relatedto R. Vann Mr. Morgan Miller; Elvedita Hudson Cook P.M. Matters of
routine businesswere
the school system. She suggested and the resignation of Mrs. Ma-
the Wellborn School and to Negro Drivers Nettie Baisden School Mr. Mrs. Verdie Barnett, Helper discussed.

that Mrs. Lois Deas be rie Nobles, secretary. Pine View academic instruction. Mr. Geiger, T. H. Floyd Harold Binion; > Mrs. Bernice Carter Helper Superintendent Williamson ,
considered for this position. Mr. re*
Elementary School. Such action Principal, was present also to Timothy Ford Pine View Elementary School- Mrs. Lois Sisson. Helper viewed the latest legislative
"! action
Dickman stated that this recom- was taken upon a motion by Bar-
discuss these matters with the Warren Sheffield'Edgar .Mr. Hardy Evans; Douglass and the
High School effects such
mendation would be given consid- nett legislation
seconded by Brim and
Board.A Washington Clayland School -Mr. J. Brow- Ellen L. Thomas Manager would have on the local school
eration.Mr. unanimously carried. motion was made by Crewsto Frazier Moore ard Stewart; Helen Howard system. Teachers'
T. I. Dasher representedthe Approval was given for salaries, as well
the
use have the delegation express James Gardner Wellborn School Mr. Fred Daisy PhilpotIn as other salary
McAlpin P-TA at the SchoolBoard of buses for end of schedules, were
year trips as their business and that they be Frank Grooms Godbolt; as much discussed.A .
as there was no date
and turned in
meeting the requested by the different schools. informed that the Board will take Henry Smith McAlpin School Mr. Pasco set for the
resignation of Princi- report was given relative
to
results of the taken relativeto Bus
poll drivers are requested to cooperate consideration
such under and the Zeb Dee Black Crews; pal William R. Hall to become effective the maintenance
of 7th and 8th program Plans
transferring in this matter. spokesman will be notified at a Willie Young Branford School Mr.
Shelby the Board accepted the for the Negro gym facility
grades. Several applications for the later date. Said motion was seconded The Board accepted the resig- Moore and Mrs. Hallie Mae resignation effective June 21, progressing.The are

Discussion was held concerning positions of Principal Suwannee by Brim and carried unani. nation of Clarence Driggers as a Moore; Board
the indication from the majorityof High School accepted the resignation
and General Super- 1963.Mr. -
mously. bus
driver
for 1963-64. Douglass
High School Char-
William R. Hall was granted of Mrs. Blanche
the school patrons that the visor were discussed. No decisionwas Clayton)
The following persons have Approval was given for use of lie Northington., eight (8) days annual leave as lunchroom
school be organized as a 1-6 made at the time. manager at Pine
been recommended and approved bus as requested, by 4-H Club The following persons are rec- from June 12-21 1963 inclusive. View SchooL
school and that the 7th and 8th Dr. M. R.
Zinober President of as bus drivers for the from ommended
1963-64 June 10-15 inclusive.Mr. and approved for em- Personal leave as requested Upon motion
grades be transferred, either to the Live Oak P-TA by Barnett sec-
and ChaIr- school term. They are: W. G, Burch Jr. was recom- ployment at school lunchrooms was approved for Mrs. Hugo Soto- ended by Vann, tile
Branford Live Oak. man of the meeting
or Various
Committees was
R. B. CheshireA.
mended and approved as adminis. as indicated: longo for May 20, 1963. adjourned.
Personal leave for May 16. 1963. gave reports of their findings in W. Clark I
trative assistant to the Superin- Suwannee High School Professional leave
is granted to Everett
was granted to Earl Adams, Teacher the recent School Plant L. Williamson
Survey, Robert Constante
tendent and Finance Officer. for Mrs. Estelle Fullbright Manager James L. Bevel Principal, Douglass Supt. and
O'Brien SchooLSuperintendent conducted Secretary
by the P-TA.
J. D. Ellison
Suwannee County Board of Pub-
High School and Shellie Q. Board
Williamson sub- Other routine items of business of Public Instruet10n
Wanda Green lic Instruction.The Mrs., Marjorie Privett Cook Bro:n, Supervisor of Negro Otto Dickman.
mitted a letter from A. Perry were disposed: of. j Bill Reid : *_- Mrs. Chairman
following: persons are rec- Thelma Burnett Helper Schools to attend Workshop at Board of Public InstructionPAGE












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ity can be measured. If people have in this progress. As trucking contracare required to attend safety meetings

no roads they are savages; and if their tors, we provide transportation for highway at least every 90 days. We also have in

roads and highways are poor and little materials from the source of their stalled high-fre9uencY, short-wave radio

used, it is a sign that their civilization is production to their application on the for safety and efficiency in our opera-

stagnant. Whenever there is motion in roadbeds that will ,soon accommodate tion.
...
a society, the road, a symbol of motion, -..:- you. ;J. ;

will indicate that movement. Without These constitute
measures our very
highways! commerce is impossible, and! We have 19 contracted jobs at the best efforts to protect you from harm.

large cities cannot exist. Communitiesare present time with 190 trucks, some of And we feel they have paid off. Per

isolated. And a democratic interchange which operate around the clock. Our mile traveled, accidents involving our

of ideas is thwarted. primary concern is to speed these materials trucks are far less than the state or na-
to their destination as fast and as .
tional ratio or for any form of passen-
The importance of highways to the safely as possible. The sooner we can ger car.

welfare of nations was recognized by accomplish this, then the sooner new

the ancients. The City of Babylon was communications channels can be opened
Like other b businessman
paved as earl I y as 2000 B.C., an d Herodotus to the public. any e-
ther he be merchant farmer
a or professional -
speaks of magnificent Egyptian
a .
highway built I to assist In. constructing But we are not In such a hurry that person, we want to feel.that
firm contributes and
the Great Pyramid.The we intend to risk the life and limb of the our a service. IS an
asset to the community which .
In we
people whom we hope will enjoy andprofit
live and transact business. We established
Peruvians, Chinese an d Carthaginians from these great arterial high-

too, were noted road build- { ways. W e are concerned' with safetY our headquarters In .S uwannee

ers. But beyond question, the greatest With as many trucks as we have constantly County not only because it IS centrally
I located f work but because
road builders In the ancient world 1 were I traveling l the highways In S u- or our we
like here. We here
the Romans, whose culture and In fI uwannee County alone, care IS a neces- I spend our money. ,
Our fuel I bill month S
too. In uwan-
P
ence rose to dominate the known world sity. And we are serious when we speak
about $20 000 And the
,.! nee amounts to .
largely I through their ability to commun0 f safet Y. th't
30 salaried I
operators we pay an
icate via highways. Many of their stone-
of $1 125130 week live and
paved highways remain as great monuments All of our trucks are late 1 1962 and vdate per

to the energy and skill t of their .. early l 1 1963 model diesels. But we spot In addition to the larger number :-
of contracted that
builders. check them daily 1 and give them a thorough operators we em
When search for
ploy. we operators,
safety check each week. Our .
garage I look for the best the business. And
we In
America like the Romans has around the clock I to
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recognized stays open correct
like I I local I when
we t 0 employ people we
the ,importance of h.Ig h ways. any flaws In this equipment that
They represent the backbone of her might endanger the life of a driver, mo can.

communications, a stimulus for her in- torist or pedestrian. .

dustry, and the pulse of her progress. -:;I\-' We feel that we have. become a part

Today's federal and state highway system In addition, we maintain a driver of Suwannee County. And the measures

is the most ambitious and complex ., testing laboratory that is provided by that we take to better our community's

ever conceived by the mind of man. And ... the Florida Truckers Association and economy and guard its safety are one

to build and maintain this communications .:.:;. operated by the State Department of way that we can say thanks for the cooperation

network requires literally hunEducation and the Florida Highway.Pa- and fair play that we have

dreds of specialized tasks by private en > trot All of our operators are required received. And we mean sincerely.

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SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA : THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963




News And Activities From Mighty- -';::- -Hearing Mite! Area Boy Scouts Plan Raft Race I TO WHOM NOTICE OR TRADE IT UNDER MAY NAME CONCERN FICTITIOUS LAW:

t, w Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
g Boy Scouts in North Floridaare course. pursuant to the fictitious
THE RECREATION CENTER name statute. Chapter 2963. or Sectkm .
planning a five-day raft race Boy Scouts are already building 865.09. Florida Statutes 1941 wi'l'!!

down a 50-mile stretch of the their own rafts, with any register with the Clerk of the Circuit
: Court in and fir Sawaaaee County,
By CHARLES PULLEY. Director scenic Suwannee River. materials and any type construc- Florida upon receipt of proof of publication

The adventure is set for June tion allowed limited only by of this notice the fictitious
classes for the first All of the Recreation Department's to-wit
Swimming name :
29 to July 3, with the rafts run- the Scouts' own imaginations.
a Branford Gas A Electric Company
will begin 4 fir,
closed. Both baseball leagues
swimming session are ,- S 4 'tr ning eight hours each day and Sails, a rudder, two paddles and tinder which I will engage ia business.
eight and nine o'clock classes are league play July 1. All games will the scouts pitching camp each an unlimited number of poles are I expect to engage in business m
full to overflowing. There will be begin at 7 pjn. except in the Pee o O. allowed. Branford FtorM and my address Is
night on the river banks. They Branford. FforUa.
three more sessions for swimming Wee League which will play in The extent *f ownership is entire
will begin the race at Branfordand
classes and all of these sessionsare the afternoons at 4:30. W. R. MAYNARD
end at Manatee Springs, some Dated this 5th day of June A.D. 1963.
still The next session Baseball practice was to have
open. 50 miles south. Card Of: ThanksWe W. R. MAYNARD
this week but due to the 5-8
will begin July 1 and will last begun
The race will be on the honor wish to express our appreciation
until July 12. During this session rains it has been postponed. As
system, with rafts stopping for to our many friendsfor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
there will be no classes July 4 but soon as the rain stops practicewill THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
meals and rest breaks when desired the food flowers cards
visits FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN
the class will be made up Satur- begin at 5:00 pjn. Sv :Y.k
fiM Each raft will keep its own prayers, and other kindnesses NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYIN
Men and women's softball will
day. July 6. RE: Adoption of
running time total and the win- shown to us in our sorrow.
Judith LuAnn Hurst
week of
Diving classes will begin this go into the final play
ner will .be declared on basis of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broughton James Howard Hurst II
Saturday morning at 9:00. Anyone next week. The men's league will Brentice Demise Hurst

interested in this class may come close Thursday and the women'sleague S jE"Y, elapsed time. Terry and Janet Broughton TO: James Howard Hurst whose residence
Each raft will be a troop pro- is unknown.
to the Municipal Swimming Pool will close Friday. You are hereby notified that a Com
ject for one of the troops in the for the Adoption of the above
Saturday morning if you are already There will be a weight lifting PUBLIC NOTICESIN plaint
Suwannee River district according named children to-wit: Judith LuAnn
registered for Recreation class in the Old Armory each Hurst James Howard Hurst II, and
Department swimming lessons. Monday and Thursday evenings The Delegate, new Zenith hearing aid about the size of a to Boy Scout District Com- THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF Brentice Denise Hunt has been filedin

Adult swimming lessons will begin from 6 until 9. This class will be postage stamp, was announced today by E. .M. Kinney, presidentof missioner Harold H. Nygaard of SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN Mitchell the above and styled Jesse Court R. Mitchell by JudithG. and
of
RE: The Estate
the Zenith Aid Sales Lake City.
Hearing one
next Wednesday June 26, at taught by Coach Townsel. This Corporation. Weighing ELMER SVOBODA. also known as you are required to serve a copy of your
quarter ounce with battery, the unit is worn behind-the-ear to Up to eight scouts will be allowed ELMER L SVOBODA. Answer or Plea-fog to the Complaintupon
5:30. pjn. Anyone interested in program will be for all boys in 'individuals sit- the Plaintiffs Wm.
Attorney.
provide with hearing help in a variety of social on each raft with a mini- Deceased.
these lessons please call the Rec- the seventh thru twelfth grades. uations, whether the user is conversing with one or more per- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Randall Slaughter P. O. Box 608. Live
mum of four, along with one Oat Florida and file the original in
All creditors of the Estate of Elmer
reation Department. Junior and sons in the quiet of his home in office large meeting
a busy or a
adult. All must be swimmers, of Sroboda. also known as Elmer L. Svoboda the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Senior Lifesaving Courses will begin Remove tea stains in cups by room. deceased are hereby notified and Court. Suwannee County Florida on or
before the 28th day of June A. D. 1963,
required to file claims or demands
them with salt. any
July 15. rubbing Amazes whole face lit with eagerness which they may have against said Estate if you care to contest the same other-
Legislators "Opening a book May read a in the office of the County Judge wise the allegations of the Complaint
wHl be taken as confessed by
of Suwannee County Florida in the you.
page or two easily and clearly. Court House at Live Oak. Florida within DONE AND ORDERED in Live Oak.
I Pine LevelMr. Mabel Hubbard Bell Fights Something like awe seemed to six calendar months from the date Florida 1963. this 27th day of May A. D.
of this Notice
of the first publication ;
drop the room. Most of the
over which is the 20th.. day of June 1963. Lavaughn A. Sessions
committee had sudden difficultieswith Each claim must be in writing and Clerk of Circuit Court

and Mrs. Harry Lepper ; Father's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Deafness To Reach GreatnessMabel their spectacles must office state address the place of the of residence claimant and and (SEAL) Suwannee County, Florida

and children Beth Ann, Max, and W. P. Brim. The Legislature granted a char- post must be sworn to by the claimant, his By: Geraldine M. Gamble, D.C.

Robin, spent a few days last week Sp/4 Andrew Hatcher of Thail- Hubbard, wife and inspiration Trying Times ter for Clarke School for the Deaf agent or his attorney, and must be '-I

with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wilsonat land is home with Mr. and Mrs. to Alexander Graham The task was not easy. Neitherof -still carrying on its vital workat filed void according in duplicate to law.KAREL or. it will become NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

AstatuUu Beth Ann and Max Drew Holmes for a month before Bell, early in life learned the May's parents cared later to Northampton, Mass. Anotherbill ANNA PARYZEK E. SVOBODA TO WHOM OR TRADE IT MAY NAME CONCERN LAW:

stayed for a longer visit. being transferred to Germany.Mr. meaning of the TwentythirdPsalm. speak of those difficult months.Mr. provided for teaching deaf Executors of the Last Will and Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberts and and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Hubbard once said "At first children at Clarke and other Testament of Elmer Svoboda also pursuant to the fictitiousname
known Elmer L Svobod, de statute. Chapter 209(3, or See
as
children Ernestine and Bob, of Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. L. Four-year-old "May" Hubbard our little girl was very unwillingto schools how to speak and lip read. ceased. tion 865.09 Florida Statutes 1941. will

Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Ron P. Fortner Wednesday night. walked through the valley of the talk," and Mrs. Hubbard wroteto The victory was complete. 6-9 register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court
in and for Sawannee County,
Vande Voren of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and shadow of death when she suffered a friend "What an easy life Miracle of Speech NOTICE TO DEFENDIN Florida upon receipt of proof of publication

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. children were business visitors in a virulent attack of scarlet you lead! How free from care When she was 13, Mabel Hub- THE NAME OF of this notice the fictitious name,

Drew Holmes. Bob stayed over Valdosta Tuesday.Mr. fevel. The disease destroyed her compared to mine. bard visited Germany with her TO THE Andrew STATE Burke OF FLORIDA; Fred Burke: ; Rollo to-wit: WARE'S PHARMACY

for the summer. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and hearing. "But then, gradually the tide I mother. Even the directors of the Burke; Samuel Burke; Marcy Burke under which I will engage in business.I .

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Baxter and Andrew Hatcher spent Wednesdaywith Coaxed by her mother the bewildered had turned" Miss Waite writes. advanced German schools for the ell Mitchell each and of whose husband.address Tony is Mitch un- Branford.expect FtorWa to engage and in my business address in is

children Joyce and Sheryl of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell. little girl identified objects "Miraculously, May understoodmore deaf were amazed. "I tell you no known. Suwannee Avenue.

Kissimmee and-' Mrs. Charlie Carl Tressler was dinner guestof and even volunteered a few and more of what was being German child in any oral schoolcan notified You, that and a each suit of in you equity are has hereby been The extent of ownership. S. WARE is entire.W. SR..

Fernandez of Gainesville spent Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore words. But she could not hear. said to her. She used words match her In any way brought against you by B. W. Deese and Dated this 29th day of May A. D.
Sunday with Mri: and Mrs. W. P. hearts and sentences freely his wife. Gladys B. Deese. in The Circuit 1963.
even
her parents' more
at speech
Sunday. May tore or speech-reading or everyday Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in W. S. WARE SR.
Brim. Also visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Yvonne Golden spent Sun- when she said perplexedly, "Whydon't and voluntarily, even adding to knowledge." one director and for Suwannee County, Florida and 3-6

L. P. Fortner Sunday afternoon.Carl day with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fort- the birdies sing? Why don't her vocabulary words she hadn't said. "It is a true miracle." you required are hereby to file your summoned written ordered Answer and or IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF

Tressler was supper guestof ner. Mrs. Hiley Ward visited Mr. you talk to me?" known before her illness She When Mabel was 15, her mother defenses to the complaint filed herein SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner against you in the above entitled cause IN RE: The Estate of
and Mrs. Fortner in the afternoonand was a happy and responsive mem- took her to Alexander Graham
BARBARA L ZEIGLER.Deceased. ,
Recites Psalm in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Saturday night. attended services at Pine ber of the family once more." Bell to improve her speech still Court in and for Suwannee County, .
Brother Dave Mederios Per- Florida at his office in the Court Housein NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
of Mary True a devoted teacher
Level Church
Sunday night. The Hubbards never were sure further. Young Bell was teaching Live Oak Florida on or before Monday creditors of the Estate of Barbara
ry was dinner guest of Mr. and Ray Fortner and Trooper that May understood them. They then took over May's education Visible Speech invented by his July 22nd, 1963, and serve a copy 1... Zeigler deceased are hereby

Mrs. J. F. Toole Sunday. All spent James Fortner spent the week feared that the illness had affected drawing her firmly into the hear- father, Alexander Melville Bell. It of Black-well such Answer plaintiffs, or defenses Attorney, upon herein J. L. notified demands and required which they to file may any claimsor have

end with their parents, Mr. and her brain. Then one day ing world. "She was my teacherfor was a system of graphic symbols whose address is Live Oak Florida on against said Estate in the office of the
Mrs. L. P. Fortner. the three years" Mrs. Bell later of or before said date as required by the County Judge of Suwannee County.
Hubbard was reading representing the position
as Mrs. laws of Florida 1954 Florida Rules of Florida In the Court House at Live
I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beckner Twenty-third Psalm to May the recalled, "and my friend for all speech organs in making different Civil Procedure. If you fail to do so Oak. Florida within six calendar months
and son Gregg of West Holly- in her time." decree pro eonfesso will be entered from the date of the first publicationof
winsome girl joined as sounds. this Notice; which is the 30th.. day
against you for the reason contained lathe
l t l lI1 : wood are spending a few days mother read, "And goodness and In 1867 when she was nine Professor and pupil fell in love. complaint.You of May 1963.
years old May Hubbard provedshe are further notified that the nature Each claim mast be in writing and
here with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. mercy shall follow me. May Mabel married Bell in 1877 when must state the place of residence and
of this suit is to foreclose a mort-
Clark. did understand.In had learned her lessons well. she was 19 a year after he had gage given to plantiffs by Cherry A. post office address of the claimant and

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson and her book, "Make a Joyful She was the star witness at a successfully demonstrated his Miller now deceased and recorded in must be sworn to by the claimant his
agent his and must be
mortgage book 93, %%S-n, and or attorney
pages
ours 18!fashion col- daughters Jo Beth and Ann, Sound", Helen E. Waite describesthe state legislative hearing.A telephone at the Centennial Exposition also a mortgage given to plantiffs by filed in duplicate or it win become void
special committee of the the said Cherry A. Miller in her lifetime according to law.T. .
recolours belts, spent Sunday at Day attendingthe steps first faltering then in Philadelphia. A. ROWAND III, and
recorded in Mortgage book 89.
too handbags, belts. family reunion of her grand- confident that May took from Massachusetts Legislature was Though a great inventor. Dr. pages 1801. of the public records of T. A ROWAND IV

colours leather, mother, Mrs. J. G. Williams.Mr. the baffling world of silence and I considering a proposal for a new Bell always considered himself a Suwannee County, Florida upon the Executors Testament of of the Barbara Last L.Will ZeigUr and,

'r .linen shoes silks remain straw sup! and Mrs. Drew Holmes and her subsequent life with the inventor school for the deaf. Witnesses teacher of the deaf. Until their following The Northwest described Quarter real estate of the to-wit South-: deceased.

ple-won't chip! Bob Roberts, spent Monday with of the telephone. doubted that deaf children could deaths, he and Mrs. Bell together east Quarter and the Southwest Quar- 3-6

a a: e pennies easily applied!. waterproof.costs Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell. Mabel Hubbard was the daughter be taught to speak and read lips, labored to help fulfill the Bib- ter acre of in the the Northeast Northeast Quarter corner less thereof one, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

-lasts months!.colouras Andrew Hatcher spent Monday of Gardiner Greene Hubbard, and a strong faction wanted sign lical prophecy that the "ears of of Section 31. in Township 2 South. OR TRADE NAME LAW
often as you wish! TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
with Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMul- a Boston lawyer and philanthropist language taught at the new the deaf shall be unstopped more Range or 14 less East, in containing Suwannee 79 County acres, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -

Brook who was the first president of school. and the tongue of the dumb Florida. pursuant to the fictitious
/Lady len.There name statute. Chapter 29953, or Ser-
will be a community sing the National Geographic Society.Mr. The sign language advocateswere sing." suit The has name been of instituted the Court is in the which Circuit this tion 865.09. Florida Statutes, 1941, wIll!

: shoe cosmetic'TN at Pine Level Church Saturday Hubbard was determined that carrying the day until Mr. Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in register with the Clerk of the Circuit
; night at 8 o'clock. Hubbard called on his daughterto ATHLETE'S FOOT and for Suwannee County. Florida and Court in and for Suwannee Count
Is should not her
Everyone his daughter spend
Complete Lady Brooke'. the abbreviated title of this case is B. Florida upon receipt of proof of pub.
a <, Shoe Cosmetic Shoe cordially invited. life is silence and isolation.Mr. speak to the members of the HOW TO TREAT IT- W. Deese and wife, Gladys B. Deese lication of this notice the fictitious
Colour Kit Contains: Mr. Mrs. committee. Apply instant-drying T-4-L. You feel it vs- The Estate of Cherry A. Miller, name to-wit:
and J. R. Sleuter of Hubbard sought teachers
OWENS FURNITURE CO.
a ; 1 bottle each take hold to check Itching burning in deceased, et. aLIt
o of colour. $loOCleaner Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. who could help his daughter retain "They plied her with questionsin minutes. Then in 3 to 5 days, watch is hereby ordered that this order under which I will engage in business
and history and and infected akin slough off. Watch healthy and notice shall be published once I expect to engage in business In
Joe Johnson geography a
,
Sunday afternoon. her speech. It was a pioneering -
waxl.Additional! Florida
Branford and
address is EJ-
;: my
ss' skin replace it. If not pleased IN ONE week for four consecutive weeks (four
? Of colour bottles quest in 1862, and experts gave her simple problems in arith- HOUR, your 48e back at any drug publications) in The Suwannee Democrat wannee Avenue.
Additional$1.00 cleaner each offered him no encouragement."You metic," Miss Waite writes. "May's tore. NOW at LIVE OAK DRUG CO.; a newspaper published in Live Oak, The extent of ownership is entire.
The slash KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper; and WISE'S Suwannee County, Florida and having MELVIN H. OWENS
is
and wax.49 each pine still the answers
cannot retain her speech were prompt while her DRUG in Jasper. a general circulation in Suwannee Coun- Dated this 3rd day of June A.D. 1963.

LIVE OAK DRUG CO. mainstay in Florida's reforesta- Mr. Hubbard," they said. "She ty. Florida 4-7' MELVIN H. OWENS
tion program with all other WITNESS my band as Clerk; of the
JOHN A. CIIAMBUSS will be dumb in three months because Circuit Court and the seal of said Courtin

Phone 362-2993 _Live Oak, Fla. planted seedlings totaling hardly she cannot hear. And if by Live Oak Suwannee County, Florida IN IN THE AND COUNTY FOR SUWANNEE JUDGE'S COURT COUNTY ,
five per cent. on this 17th day of June, A. D. 1963.
some chance she did learn to pro- (SEAL) FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
THREE RE: The Estate of
duce words her voice would be BEDROOM HOMESBrick Clerk LAVAUGHN Circuit A.Court SESSIONS HOWARD L. McKINNON

worse than the screech of a steam Suwannee County, Florida Deceased.
locomotive." Veneer One Two Baths. '.9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
or All creditors of the Estate of How-

OFFICE MACHINES Unsatisfied Mr. Hubbard turn-' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ard L. MeKinnon, deceased are hereby

ed to Samuel Howe director of FHA or CONVENTIONAL IN,AND FLORIDA.FOR SUWANNEE IN PROBATE.IN COUNTY -. notified demand and which required they to may file have any against claimsor

the Perkins Institution for the RE: The Estate of aid estate in the office of the County
Blind. Dr. Howe, with Horace Financing CIMMIE B. THOMPSON SHEA, .Judge of Sawannee County Florida, m
the Court
House at Live Oak. Florida
,
1;: Mann had written SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Deceased.Notice within six (6) calendar
a classic report Of Filing Petition For Final months from
the date of the first publication of this
about the German Discharge Of Administratrix
schools Located In Subdivision. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: notice. Each claim or demand must be
where deaf children spoke and Edgewood Notice is hereby given that I w... filed in duplicate, in writing, and must
.A" Used Underwood ElectricTYPEWRITER understood others by reading lips. file my final returns as administratrix state the place of residence and post
office address
SELECT YOURS NOW of the estate of Cimmie B. Thompson of the claimant and
Dr. Howe said May could do Shea deceased; that I win file my petition must be sworn to by the claimant hla
{ the same. "Talk-talk-talk to her, Contact for final discharge and that I will agent,void or his attorney, or it will become
apply to the Hon. Beec Brown. County according to law.
1. just as you do to your other children Judge of Suwannee County. Florida HELEN J. MeKINNONAdministratrix

i ," he advised. "Make sure on Monday July 1st. 1963, for approval :
: i 16" W. G. MULLINSPhone 4-7
Carriage Elite Type she Is watching your' lips. And of as the administratrix same and of for the final estateof discharge -

teach her by vibration. Have her Cimmie B. Thompson Shea.
aj May 28, 1963.EDITH .
f feel throat 3622057Ward's
your the
$100.00 cat's purr BARTON WOLF NOTICE
i., 'e the piano. And make her talk." Administratrix of the estate of

ceased.Cimmie B. Thompson Shea de- Notice Is hereby given that

3-6 application was made on the

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. 14th day of May 1963, by the
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATEIN Western Union Telegraph Com-
RE: The Estate of
MIMEOGRAPH MACHINEUSED Enterprises Inc. ROBERT R.Deceased.BROWN pany to the Federal Communications -

Commission
NOTICE TO CREDITORS to close the

,"' All creditors of the Estate of Robert telegraph office located at 110
: B. Brown, deceased, hereby
P. O. BOX are
Kro 358 BRANFORD, FLORIDA notified and required t. file any claimsor North Ohio Avenue, Live Oak
Only $35.00 demand which they may have against
;1.
......:& :. ... MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS said estate in the Office of the County Florida, and to provide service
Judge of Suwannee County Florida, in
the Court House at Live Oak Florida. at the Sawannee Hotel, locatedat

-. Complete Mixed Fertilizers within six (6) calendar months from 203 South Ohio Avenue Live
.. Anhydrous Ammonia ,
the date of the first publication of this
Direct notice. Each .claim or demand must be Oak, Florida who will act
Application Nitrogen Solution filed in duplicate in writing, and most
state the place of residence and post henceforth as agent of the
office address of the claimant and
Royal PortableTYPEWRITER Our New must be sworn to by the claimant his telegraph company. If the application
Fertilizer Plant In
Branford, void agent according or his attorney to law.or it will become is granted, substitute

-. S/ MARY M. HOYES BROWN service will be available from
'-,, Florida Is Now In Executrix
Mt USED olf :-' Operation S/LEO VANN 8 ajn. to 8 p.m. Monday through
V _", Executor
6-8 Saturday and from 9 aja. to 1
.
Only $25 00 GET TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE NOTICE pjn. on Sunday from the Su-

4+ TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
.J
3. CALL US FOR PROMPT DELIVERY You will please take notice that the wannee Hotel, 203 South Ohio

---:x,, undersigned W. V. Hunter and his Avenue Live Oak Florida. Any
'. ;- wife Lee Ona Hunter, husband and
wife are engaging and will engage in member of the public desiringto
935-2101 776-2191 a retail mercantile business handling
furniture and other merchandise, new protest or support the dosing -
and used at Live Oak. Florida fa the
Otto Dickman name of HUNTER'S FURNITURE of this office may com
McCRIMON'S OFFICE SUPPLY David Maxwell Johnny Goff
STORE and win file a registration ofAId municate in writing with the
Saleaaan fictitious required by Section
Sales Manager &tl-aulln name as -
861.09, Florida Statutes. Federal
Communications Commission
108 E. Howard Street Said business is owned by th* un-
For fast, economical repair service oa all your farm eqoipme&t bra dersirned a* an estate by the entirety. Washington 25, D. C.,
LIVE OAK FLORIDA Dated this June 10. 1963.
it
to nee .ltop. Phone 7762181. We raanafactsre SPRAYERS, FARM W. V." HUNTER or or before July 2, 1963.

TRAILERS CULTIVATORS AND COULTERS. 6-r. LEE ONA HUNTER 51AGETWELVE

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