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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 27, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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1'r ESTABLISHED 1884 I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 7With


QTHINKINfJ etv Stadium Seats Witt ,Be Ready Next Fall Leaf Growers Urged
1963 Tax Roll
I To Return Ballots Up .
1 t OUT Ballots were mailed to tobacco

i farmers last week for selecting -
Louie C. N yf a date for opening the 1963 Near $17 Million

Suwannee County tobacco: market -
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ij Keep city beautiful. County Agent Paul Crews

Recently I have noted a said Tuesday. Railroads Public Utilities
ber of instances where local Crews said that whatever: date e,
into detail on farmers:: choose will be recom-
papers go
keep this and that city mended to the commissioner of Assessed More Than Half ;
A number use the theme of agriculture for opening the
ing their community clean :E Florida market. The 1963 Suwannee County tax roll totaled $16,790553 -
t beautiful not to please or The agent requested that the slight increase of approximately $497,000 over last
r trangers who drive thru, ballots be submitted to his office year's roll, Tax Assessor Wm. Hub Gray announced this
rather for the satisfaction no later than Monday July
_I comes to people who live 1, so plans for the opening date week.Last year's tax roll totaled $16.293.208 was assessedat
attractive and well-kept city.It can be expedited as swiftly as
44.5 mills by the Board of
has been some years -' .,.:.:.... .., possible. County Commissioners and pro-
concentrated effort has .. duced a tax budget of $732,876. Nero Road Signs Air
made to improve this ::':
Posse The tax roll will go before the Sheriffs Boys RanchFour
and while there are many Captures
give their lawns and homes I Board of Equalization composed striking new signs notingthe
.mss; i of the county commission and the
of the Florida
and attention presence
care Fleeing ConvictsIn tax assessor to hear grievances
t good appearance there are Sheriffs Boys Ranch nearby
.J who have let this important from property holders on assess- were recently errected on the
of community life slide. I Wooded AreaTwo ments Tuesday. The millage will rights-of-way of the two major
be set by the commission later.
Ofter visitors to this city .t highways leading into Live Oak.
what a nice community we : ? V tn Jk') Q: ?. .H prisoners sentenced to Gray said the greatest bulk of The broad 10-foot by 5-foot
I feel many say this more :., serve terms in the State Road the taxes paid in the county came green displays complete with
potential we have in ; 'y 'v:Ty e .Ir -'viyv .aF'; 'v fp jv Prison Camp here jumped off the from railroads and public utili- the sheriffs star emblem were
_ most attractive city than :y back of a state truck on Highway ties whose total assessment was posted to face oncoming traffic
g feeling the present face of the 49 south of Live Oak Monday afternoon $9,350,325, or approximately 57 'leading into Live Oak on U. S.
is attractive. and fled into the nearby per cent of all the taxes collected. 90 and U. S. 129. The signs
- Keep Live Oak Beautiful woods only to be captured before The assessor defined real and made of metal and mounted on
well be a major project for nightfall. I personal property and explainedhis steel posts, are designed to be
civic organization in this Sheriff Hugh Lewis said he received method of computing property permanent.
munity for this is something Will Seat 1,000 a call from the prison values for the tax rolls. Sheriff Hugh Lewis chair-
all can have a part in and a camp around 4 pan., shortly after Gray noted that real estate assessments man of the Sheriffs Association
f ject that does not call for the convicts escaped. The sheriff have three essential Committee, appointed to acquire -
1 expenditures of public School J_ and his,deputies joined with state categories that are each classed as I these signs remarked that
There is a need, of course, have a At Foster Memorial guards and two highway patrol- one assessment: houses, land and "this is a project rye wantedto
public buildings set the pace. comple- men in a posse. improvements; cultivated and see since the Ranch has been
tainly the present bleach- Fuqua To Speak At Independence The sheriff noted that the forest lands; and swamps shrub here".
.
f public buildings, both city of the group trailed the two escapees and cut-over timberland.The .
county, need and should con with dogs for several miles and assessor said he evaluates .
4 closer attention. Day, Composer's Birthday RitesNinth about 3 hours before the men houses with regard to their esti- Rotarians Hear
Downtown merchants could Langford, were cornered in a thicket. mated sale price that varies with
should also have a part in force be- District Congressman Don Fuqua will _speak Attempting to flee from the officers their type and location in the 1
constant drive to present an perman- July 4 at the Stephen Foster Memorial in White Springsat the two convicts were spot- county. From this estimated figure Crews, Elect Joe
tractive appearance. I feel will be a celebration commemorating American Independenceand ted and hailed by a prison guard. the $5,000 homestead exemp-
most.shoppers prefer to pigskin the 137th birthday of Stephen Foster. They surrendered to the guard tion is deducted and the balanceis Davis PresidentL.
cities that are clean, neat, In addition to the principal address by Fuqua, the after he fired a warning shot. assessed at 60 per cent he said.
I whose appearance indicates celebration at the-Memorial Parkon The sheriff identified the two Gray noted that farm: build- M. Crews Jr., school board
that operate there give ; fold- Save $2.50 On Trailer the Suwannee River will fea- men as Frederick Delano Wright, ings up to 160 acres of farm land member spoke to the Rotary
to how their stores and seated ture a band concert,'oldfashionedgames who was sentenced up to six years can be under homestead exemp- Club Monday about the various
houses_. look.. of the sta Tags Tax Collector- a watermelon,.cutting, anda for unarmed robbery in Pinellas tion.Cultivated problems connected with the new
it seems to me this u. is an I will be The price of registration tags"for host of other events:% County and John Arthur Dun- and forest lands are Douglass recreation area. The
that we need to concern 'caP lightweight trailers weigh- r "The program will have double can, sentenced, to 10 years for assessed at an average of approximately events leading up to the decision
with for it calls for action on giving the, ing under 500 pounds will go significance" said 'Foster L. armed robbery in West Palm $10 per acre, the assessor of the county and city officiate
part of every resident. The perman- up from $3 to $5.50 as of July Barnes, director of the Memorial, Beach. said. The assessment of cultivated to develop this new area was dis-
faction one would gain. from from the 1, Tax Collector Mrs. Sara B. "because Stephen Foster's birth- lands, which has increased cussed.
ing in: a neat and attractive south 40- Rawls said Tuesday. date was the Fourth of July. He Trailer Smashed] slightly over the past 10 years During the final phase of the
munity would more than Conse- The collector noted that per- was born in Pittsburgh on July varies somewhat with the nature program the president's gavel was
for efforts expanded. for an sons owning a trailer in this 4, 1826,-the 50th anniversary of and value of crops that can be turned over to Dr. Joe Davis by
8)N out the classification could save $2.50 the signing of the Declaration of Li Melon PatchA produced on them, he explained.For the retiring president, Brody Har-
County Agent Paul Crews future by purchasing their tag before Independence.The example, where Pine Grove ris. Davis who will serve as president -
me that this county could I July 1.Mrs.. program will begin at 10 late-model camper trailer and Wellborn are suitable for for 1963-64, introduced the
have its finest corn crop in this new Bawls added that her ajn. Thursday, July 4. with the i smashed to bits in Clayton Bass's growing corn, O'Brien is better new board of directors who are
tory this season for recent with office will begin registering Memorial's special events direc- watermelon field 5 miles southof suited to producing peanuts. And David Austin, John Hearn, M. R.
have certainly boats the first part of next tor, Thelma in he pointed out that the variancein
j helped this box which Boltin, charge. Live Oak on US 129 Monday Zinober Pomeroy Carter and
; immensely. instead week. Flag raising ceremonies will be afternoon after the vehicle that these crop values could affect Brody Harris.
Crews says another good side. conducted by approximately 100 was pulling it ran off the road out the assessment. According to the by-laws of this
in the next two weeks is all will Auto Overturns Girl Scouts from Gateway Coun- of control. Gray said that keeping up to Rotary Club, the immediate part
it needed to bring big corn booth cil of Jacksonville. The young According to Deputy Sheriff date on the tax rolls is a chore president is automatically new
Such remarks carry me corner of people of Camp Chowenwaw at Cecil Bonds, the driver of the because of the rising land prices. vice president. John S. Wilson
to 1953 when the Suwannee can be No One InjuredSerious Green Cove Springs will come to 1959 Rambler, Clarence H. Wood- He noted that 10 years ago land will be secretary for the coming
t ty Chamber of Commerce of the Memorial for a field day. Mrs.I. ward of Bradenton, told him he that is selling now for $100 an
ed the first move in recent other injury was narrowly G. Segel and Nancy Adams of ran off the road in an effort to acre throughout the county would year.Davis was presented with a
to develop corn production avoided Sunday afternoon whenan Jacksonville will be in charge. dodge an oncoming truck that he have brought $10-$30 an acre. diamond president's pin which
as the forerunner of an that automobile driven by Virginia Musical Program was unable to identify. This rising price for land is was presented to the club by the
livestock industry. Interest constructed Dale Byrd of Rt. I, Branford, "A patriotic musical programwill Bonds said that the aluminiumand caused by speculation for proper- late Thomas Radford many years
2 year was small and and steel. veered out of control on rain- be held at the Folk Festival plywood trailer jackknifedto ties other than farm use, Gray ago. This pin has been worn by
,mostly to FFA students at the require slick US 90 near the Cannon stage under direction of Mrs. N. one side, disconnected from added. each succeeding president duringhis
cal high school. Results yards of farm and overturned in ditch. D. (Mary Lee) Wainwright of the hitch on the car, and proceeded The assessor said he assessed year in office and has becomeone
good, however and from that mortar 40 Deputy Sheriff Cecil Bonds said Hollywood." Miss Boltin said. into the melon patch where it timber land depending on its location of the club's strongest traditions -
forward improvement has of steel. the driver of the 1958 Ford was "Mrs. Wainwright, well-known was totally destroyed. Damageswere and the timber's stage of and is worn now by the
constant in this important the cost of attempting to pass another vehicle composer and musician, will lead estimated at $500, Bonds growth at no less than $7 per acre club president in memory of Mr.
I also recall J. D. Odom's 8500. And and ran off the side of the the crowd in singing 'Star Spangled said. The officer said the trailerwas and no more than $15. It averages Radford, who constantly practicedthe
1 slant reminder that larger road, causing the mishap. Banner' and 'Suwannee River' twisted and shattered to the ,- like cultivated land, about $10 Rotary motto, "Sendee Above
yields would bring added would have Neither Miss Byrd nor her father after which she will present threeof point that it could not be pulledby an acre he said. Self".
and that it was important to next year. ,'W. G. Byrd, a passenger in her own patriotic compositions.She a wrecker. Gray said that approximately Davis, the new president, dismissed -
corn acreage increase if we the project the vehicle, were injured. and her husband will make a Woodward and his wife were 50,000 acres of timberland are the meeting.
to have a livestock industry the con- .Bonds said the car turned over presentation of several patriotic the only persons involved in the owned by timber companies while .
thy of note. operated one time and stopped on its scrolls to conclude this portion mishap. Neither of them sustained the balance, 100,000 acres, are
One has but to recall the Boosters wheels in an upright position. (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) injuries. (No. 3 Continued on Page 8)) Mishap\' Smashes
vancement made in the that
years in cattle and swine in football 'Borrowed' Truck
9
wannee County to see how County Girls Attend

Odom was 10 years ago. sells these A Negro man borrowed a truek
made While improvement has said' he 4 : nyt Suwannee 4-H Miss Named without the permission of its own.
we have by no of the er Sunday afternoon and shortly
reached a climax or near fu- ff: afterwards crashed head-on into
Cloverleaf Editor At ConclaveNine
our potential far Lr
as
as ,corn ads in the another vehicle on the Coleman
duction is concerned. It .., sL
that the potential of this f' Suwannee 4-H girls met with 586 of Florida'stop Hill Road near the golf course.
the Deputy Sheriff Cecil Bonds MId
a livestock center has not stadium : 4-H girls for a week of education and 4-H leadershipat Marsh Burnett, the driver of the
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reached. Thus the better debts got Florida State University recently and LaTrell Ezell, 1963 GMC truck owned by J. L.
handle our corn production in 1953 president of the girls' county council, was named Clover- Parsons of Wellborn, smashed Into -
nearer we will approach the Club leaf Editor in the: statewide elections. a 1957 Ford driven by Daft
stock potential. the old i Other leaders in girls' 4-H in joss, colored, and both men left
the athletic M. O. Watkins, director the scene of the accident.
Officials of the and the Agricultural Exten- Bonds said neither of the men
County Fair Association are blea- : : ; and Dr. Stanley J. were injured and both of them
preparing the premium list comple- head of science educa- were jailed for leaving the scene
catalogue for this year's 2. of an accident and failure to have
tion. The event will be held }" "> were able to choose a driver's license.
week of October 21 thru '. \ : 1 classes in music, food Bonds said the sheriff's depart-
ber 26.Many. : ; recreation career explor- ment was notified by Parsons and
termed the 1962 % iL planning, health, Wellborn Constable Alvo Curl of
tion the finest. in modern jewelry development, and civ- the incident about 8 p.m. 8u 1cl&Y.:
fairs in this county. Plans r of Pine The two Negroes waited for about
make the 1963 affair even Satur- of the week includ- three hours before they told Par-
have been adopted. I for juniors and sons about the collision Bonds
owner
The catalogue will be ready ; 4-H talent demonstra- said.Damages
distribution around July 15. a com- public speaking; a tour to the GMC truek
planning to exhibit this and gifts AssociaDr. capitol and supreme were estimated at $460 while dam-
should secure one of the watch ; and a fashion ages to the auto were nominal,
books for some rules and I I formerly the deputy noted. .
tions have been changed and in Short Course concluded Bonds said that Parsons also
ny
eral additional items have experi- election and installation intended to sign a warrant
officers and tradi- against Burnett
a
(No. 1 Continued on Page ) for the unauthorized -
LaTrell Ezell: A leader in 4-H g ceremony. use of his vehicle.











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PAGE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963

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. THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FLORIDA'SFarm WASHINGTON

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OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In

The Heart Oj The Suwannee River Valley" REPORT -

BANNER Consolidated LEADER M1'xywv : Suwannee County

Established 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street Ya. By SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
United States Senator

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher Front

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATIONThe ment at the Launch Operations ?: 1923-1938-1953

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate EditorWalter r President's message on civ- Center at Cape Canaveral and ,.

Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager By il rights and the three bills which Merritt Island. I
E.
Doyle From The Files Of The
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida ConnerAgriculture have been introduced in the Sen- SENATE PASSES MIGRATORY -

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 ate in connection therewith have LABOR BILLS Since my

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 generally fared become matters of principal con- last newsletter the Senate has
cern here.I and sent to the House SUWANNEE DEMOCRATwr.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance pretty well at the hands of the approved ..
cannot comment on all of the six bills relating to migrant agricultural -
Out of a number -
1963 Legislature.
many phases of this legislation workers. I cosponsoredtwo
a1, MEMBER OF /RBa of bills sponsored by the Department but I am strongly opposed to most which 1923
of the measures were Forty Years Ago I - -
80 cent
about
/SUWNNEE per
Florida- Press Association [ COUNTY ] passed and became law. of it and particularly to that introduced by Senator Harrison The adjourned term of the Su- of land from the Par hley estate
which
w.. deals with the controlling Williams New Jersey.
CHAMBER One of the most important is of wannee County Circuit Court con- for a school playground and park
SUWANNEE COUNTY "' setting standards of federal law of "public facili One would authorize federal aid vened Monday morning with was defeated by the decided vote
statute up
hp COMMERCE the ties" which of course are priv- in providing day care for the children
Chamber "sunFLAvor" seal of Judge Home and all the court of 5427.It .
of Commerce for the quality
+ ately owned and represent; the of such workers and the
snu authorizing the Commissioner officials present except State'sAttorney was not the fact that Live
and -
to establish rules and regu- investments and life efforts of other would establish a programof J. W. Kelly.In Oak citizens are not alive to the

lations governing its use on Florida millions of citizens throughoutthe assistance for farmers in pro- his stead. State's AttorneyE. school interests of the city buta

Don't Your farm products.I nation. viding more adequate sanitation P. Wilson an able attorney of great many were of the opinion
Forget HospitalIn It seems to me that the owners facilities for migrant familes. Ad-
think this is one of the bIg- the sixth Judicial circuit is rep- that the site selected was not desirable -
are entitled both legally and ditionally. I supported a third bill
resenting the state. for playgrounds for the
local facilities that vital to forward steps ever taken for .
every community, are gest
morally under
our private enter- extending certain provisions of the
The following sworn as children and for park
were purposes.
the citizenry often are overlooked until something occurs the; promotion and merchandisingof
prise
system to decide for them- Fair Labor Standards Act: it grand jurors: G. W. Green Sr.,
to focus attention to their needs. our agricultural commodities.One selves the nature of their clien- would set age limits for employ-
of the first bills to become foreman; S. D. Huggins. clerk; J. The Brass Band is practicing,
tele. I also strongly oppose givingto ment of migratory children after J. Brannon Murray J. Sweat H. the Live Oak Quartet is singing.Gentry.s .
The recent contribution of a completely furnishedroom law at the recent session was an the
Attorney General the pow- school hours limit the distances:
P. Hasten C. O. Hawkins Harry soldier boys are marching -
to the Suwannee County Hospital by J. E. Brantly, emergency measure to permit overweight to
er initiate in his sole discretion which they could travel between
Howes W. T. Boswell L. S. Al- the tableau is draping and
for example, helped center attention on the hospital and trucking of perishable
injunction suits in the field home and work and would safe- britton. Cossie Oscar Har- the
Bailey. posing, contesting girls are
its needs. Mr. Brantly decided he would like to do some- products to railheads at various of
desegregating public schools guard them from hazardous occu-
Groover Jenkins
rell A. J. Knight getting in form. Brother Brantlyis
thing for the institution. The result points. Because of the Florida which
produced a $1,200 carries with it the right to pations. J. Q. Boatrtght, George W. declaiming Mrs. Harvard is
gift for the hospital and provided a furnished room that East Coast Railway strike this use criminal contempt proceedings Among the other bills, I voted Hilton R. H. Fryer T. W. Scott getting ready those juicy hams-

may well accommodate a member of your family in time measure was necessary to aid without Jury trials. against those requiring federal and W. P. Atwell. all for the field day on the Fourthof
of illness. : farmers in getting their commo- Clearly this is a beginning in registration of crew leaders and July for all the school girls of

dities to an operating railroad for granting to the Attorney General establishing a National Advisory The high peak in melon shipments Suwannee County.It .

Perhaps the most significant aspect of this donationin out-of-state shipment. powers which were unsuccessfully Council on Migratory Labor. for Suwannee County has will be the biggest and best

terms of community service, however, is. that it has the Strictly an emergency measure sought under the so-called Part FLORIDA PUBLIC WORKS been reached and the major part and fullest day Suwannee Countyever

distinction of being one of the few contributions made to the law will have no applicationwhen m proposals of earlier legislation PROJECTS SUPPORTED Yes- of the crop is now rolling to had. Of course some of our

our hospital since its construction in 1948. In fact, the normal rail transportationis and would soon lead to giving the terday Governor Bryant testified I markets to supply the Fourth of good people will seek their pleasures -

only other major contribution in all this time was a tele- resumed. Attorney General more power effectively before the Senate Appropriations July trade. elsewhere that day. but when

vision set contributed by the Kiwanis Club with cable service than any President or any other Committee's Public they return home, and hear whata
donated by Cable TV. It has been the opinion of the American official has ever had in Works subcommittee of which I At the city election Tuesday patriotic and joyful time we had

Agricultural Advisory Council for peace time and more power than am a member in support of ade- the proposition for issuing $15,000 I right here at home, they will enjoy -

In our view, the Suwannee County Hospital is one of some time that it is undesirablefor should ever be given to any one quate federal funding of the worth of bonds for buying a piece it.
the a regulatory agency such as person.I state's important rivers and harbors -
prime necessities in this county, perhaps the most
needed facility. It would seem, however, that in termsof the Department of Agriculture to am pleased to report that no navigation beach erosion Ttcenty-Five Years Ago -- - 1938
be involved in policy matters relating FEPC included in and flood control projects in fiscal -
provision: was
civic and individual contributions, the hospital has be- Jeff Cozart manager of NatSmith's at the piano. Following an invo-
to establishment of prices. the President's recommendationsor 1964.I .
of Tobacco Warehouse here cation by Rotarian Burr A. L.
come one our forgotten institutions.
The Council and made over-all statement
recommended in this an
new proposed legislation -
was the principal speaker at the Bluer guests were introduced by
With the the legislature adopted a bill removing although the President did supporting the same objectivesfor I
large number of worthy charitable organi- weekly luncheon of the Kiwanis Bill Newsome chairman of the
zations from the Milk Commission state his support of certain FEPC myself and Senator Smathers Club Friday. He spoke interest- committee
making appeals for public consideration each year, arranging the meeting
except in advisory capacities bills which are already pendingand and our Congressmen all filed for the leaf
ingly prospects
on
it is easy to overlook the needs of such an institution as
the members representing the which I think cannot be statements or accepted one of
the local hospital that only provide., This is sales season to begin the latter The O'Brien Senior Home Dem.
you can especially Department and the State Boardof passed.I ours. I feel that we jointly madea
part of next month. onstration Club will have a fish
true since the does not solicit contribu-
hospital
Health. shall of vigorously thorough presentation in urging
course Hal
Prior to the program. supper at Little River Springs on
tions. Bills were offered at the request oppose this whole legislation approval of the budgeted amountsfor Hunter and Raye Hill members of Thursday afternoon. July 14. Sup-

Donations to organized charities are certainly well of the respective industries though I could support certain every Florida project.We the Elks Minstrel cast sang selec- per will be served from five o'clockon.
for enabling legislation to set items if also requested an additional -
up they were presented separately tions taken from the production .
and worthwhile and should be
spent they continued. But
marketing agreements among such as those for job $1 million in construction funds presented here Wednesday night.
we hope that you will be more alert to the requirementsof producers of milk tobacco watermelons training and vocational education. for the start of the Cross-Florida Watermelon shipments from

organizations and institutions right here in your own- and foliage plants. Settlement of the grave racial Barge Canal and $250,000 for pre- this county reached 480 cars

county, particularly your hospital. The milk bill was killed in committee problems in the integration field construction planning for the Louie C. Wadsworth became Tuesday night with only a few

. i. and the tobacco bill died cannot be accomplished by coercive Four Rivers Basin (Green Swamp) president of the Live Oak Rotary scattered loadings contemplatedthe

on the calendar. The watermelonbill means whether by legislation flood control project.We Club at an impressive ceremony remainder of the week. Rail

amended to exclude West litigation or the use of sheer are hopeful of securing Monday night in the banquet hall officials predicted shipments will
Success Through DeterminationIf Florida producers and the foliage force. funds for both of these unbudgeted of the Suwannee Hotel. Succeed- cease this week.
bill both became law. Producersin APPROPRIATIONS ACTION projects. Governor Bryant also ing Frank Layton Wadsworth was

it's true that necessity is the mother of progress, both industries nowmay estab LAGS -' In view of the lagging testified before the House Appropriations installed by Past President Bill Gene Osborn was named man-
then determination undoubtedly must be the father. lish standards for their productsand status of'essential appropriations Committee on the Newsome. ager of a model airplane club this
'vote to assess themselves for legislation this is likely to be an same subject and late Thursday The program opened with the week an organization of local

The progress to which we refer in this instance is the merchandising and promotion unusually long Congressional ses- afternoon he, Senator Smathers singing of the club songs with boys who will build and fly model

construction of the new concrete bleachers at the high programs. sion. To date both Houses have other members of our Congres- I the club pianist Mrs. J. D. Henry airplanes.

school stadium. And rarely have we observed more determination cleared for the President only one sional Delegation and I met with

and perseverance than that displayed by The importance of Florida's regular agency funding bill President Kennedy at the White Ten Years Ago -- - 1953

Paul Langford in acquiring this facility.Mr. rapidly developing horse farming that covering the Treasury and House to discuss the state's pub- Suwannee County farmers have Route 1, received the State Farmer -
industry was recognized in the Postoffice Departments.Two lic works needs in general, but made a dramatic comeback in the Degree and Banker's Scholar-

Langford sank his teeth into this project 10 adoption of a bill authorizing pro- supplemental bills have particularly these two unbudgeted tobacco crop and watermelon pri- ship at the State Future Farmersof

years ago. At that time the west side seating facilitieswere grams to control and eradicatetwo been sent to the White House .requests. ces this week. Recent rains have America Convention in Day-

a sham and the athletic program was $4,000 in debt serious equine diseases infectious and both Houses have passed the RETIRING MARINE CORPS brought the bright leaf back to tona Beach.

from the building of the old stands anemia (swamp fever) measure covering Interior and Re- GENERAL HONORED Mary normal and prices on melons' Kenneth is a member of theJ.
and piroplasmosis (tick fever). lated Agencies but it has not yet and I were among a number of jumped from a low of 30 cents F. Williams Chapter of Su

Now, the athletic program is free of debt. And bar- In the livestock category. also gone to conference. Among the Florida friends attending the recent for 24 pounds and over for Con- wannee High School.

ring some unforeseen mishap, modern concrete, block and we now have authority to estab- money bills which must be hand- party given by Mr. and Mrs. goes Wednesday of last week to

steel west-side bleachers with a seating capacity in excess lish a diagnostic laboratory in Su. led before adjournment are those Paul Anderson (she is the former 65 and 75 cents this week.C. Suwannee County's tentativetax
wannee County in response to requests covering the Defense Department Edith Hathaway) in honor of Ma.
of 1,000 will accommodate Bulldog fans this fall. This roll evaluation this year is
12-row-high permanent stadium will begin at the north for such service principallyby military construction public jor General and Mrs. Chester Al- R. McCrimon was installed $15,145,772 Wm. Hubbard Gray

goal line and run to the south 40 yard line. Additional the swine and poultry indus- works foreign aid and State Justice len. General Allen Quartermaster president of the Live Oak Lions in tax assessor, said this week. Thatis
tries. Killed in committee and Commerce. General of the Marine Corps is
was a Judiciary,
a Ladies Night Banquet held at an increase of $584,952 over
permanent bleachers be added in the future althoughthis
can bill for compulsory calf vaccination With the strong possibility of retiring after some 30 years of
Sweet Pea's Cafe Monday night. last year's tax rolls.
facility will seat more people than the previous, full- in the current State-Federal. the pending civil rights question distinguished service to his coun- William U. Norwood district gov-

length folding stands. program to eradicate brucellosis. creating a further slow-down a try in both war and peace. He is ernor-elect of Tallahassee was Frank Norris editor of the

lengthy session appears inevitable. a native of Auburndale and madean featured Branford Herald and cashier at
That this stadium is a much-needed project was em- the speaker.
Three of our new laws are desIgned SPACE HEARINGS IN PRO- outstanding record at the Uni-
phasized rather dramatically at last year's Suwannee Other officers installed by out- the Branford State Bank, was
to give our farmers a bet- GRESS Recently I have par- versity of Florida as both a student going President J. W. Massengillwere elected mayor of Branford Tuesday -
High-Lake City game. ter break than they have been ticipated in the Senate Space and a football player priorto R. El Bullock first vice i defeating incumbent W. T.

Just before the Suwannee High Band marched onto getting on land assessments and Committee hearings in which joining the Marines. president; Paul Langford. second Fletcher 178-116. Ninetysevenper

the field one of the rickety old wooden stands on the west taxes. These should go far to pre- NASA's budget authorizations for Another interesting and pleas- vice president: Cary Day third cent of the registered voters
serve agricultural activities in fiscal have been ant party Mary and I attended
side of the field suddenly collapsed and down in a heap the coming year vice president; W. D. Gunter flocked to the poll
many areas where urban expan- under examination.An recently was that given by Mrs.
treasurer; W. D. Wooley secre-
went about 50 fans, mostly from Lake City. From the sion has threatened to Perle Mesta in farewell to the
force the authorization figure of par- tary; Leeman Knight lion tamer; A Florida State University pro-
frantic arm-waving struggle that took place, it appearedfor abandonment of farming and ticular Interest to Florida is the :Ambassador of Pakistan and his and Joe Brinson tail twister. fessor had members of tee Live

a moment that calamity had struck. Fortunately, ranching because of nearby specu- $312,855,000 to cover mostly new I Lady who are returning to their Oak Rotary Club sitting on the

though, no one was seriously injured. lative developments. construction facilities and equip-i i:native land. The Suwannee Chapter of Fu- edge of their chairs Monday witha

Homeowners win be Interestedin I I ture Farmers of America at Su- hard-hitting speech on civic im-
The stands will also feature wellconstructedpress
new a a new law entitled "An Act I wannee High School placed sec- provements.John .
box for the convenience of members of our profes- to Protect
Purchasers of Plants \ ond in chapter accomplishmentin O. Boynton associate. pro
sion. We are much-relieved by this innovation since the and Nursery Stock". It provides Olltett Florida at the state conventionin fessor of Geography was the

stability of the current one on the east side of the field is that any plant or nursery stock Daytona Beach this year and speaker. He said every town including -

somewhat dubious. sold in Florida shall be "viable"------ three of its members won State his own home town of
it must be such as to fulfill Farmer Havana Fte., could
Degrees. stand improvement -
In fact when the old box was filled with reporters the
press purpose for which it is grown.In Sag and it is up to the civic -
and officials, it swayed and trembled with the view of the current shortageof Kenneth Ray Bullard. son of clubs, all of which are supposed

strain. This was bad enough. But when the coaching citrus nursery stock it should Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bullard of to sponsor civic progress, to bring
staff scrambled topside to gain a better vantage point, provide important protection also -- it about.

the tremors were alarming.We for citrus growers who buy Now Is The Time He advocated damming all riv-
lead to grief.
young trees for replanting tude that can only
ers and streams
feared the whole shebang might come crashing hit by the December 1962 acreage freeze. Ministers often are reluctant to with a yawn or a chuckle committee. and (2)- The marchers and demonstrators large dams in what with he small termed and
bi-racial
community life out- Bartow needs a and sit-inners have not reached a
down on the 50 yard line or flop over backwards like take part in much-needed "damming
duties which relate to Bartow yet. When they program" -
Legislated in side the
connection to
some beast in a swoon. with conserve water
fairs and livestock shows was a their own specific congregations Mayor W. B. Geiger and his come to a peaceful community The professor also resource
While Mr. Langford has been the driving force be- new law providing for regulationsand because __ or so they say the fellow commissioners should give they stay only a few days but the "Inequitable method pointed to

hind realization of this project, he has had considerablehelp. safety requirements to con- usual reaction is "Oh that's justa serious thought to the ministerial when they go they leave behind a ing taxes found on Just about of levy-all

This support has come from individuals, governing trol carnivals and shows at agri- preacher talking." resolution and now. festering mass of emotional scars county tax rolls." He asked if

bodies, an active Bulldog Boosters Club, and Live Oak cultural fairs. Some $300,000 was Bartow area ministers this week A few years ago. The Democrat that can take years to heal. member of the Rotary Club had any
through this invisible such step. To pretend that they will not
merchants. appropriated for the coming bi- plunged editorially proposed a ever personally looked at
ennium to be disbursed on a barrier to make a public recom- The then-mayor was approached come is foolishness. To form a tax rolls and he bet that those
Su-
The merchants, particularly, are to be commendedfor matching fund basis for buildingnew mendation to the city commissionthat personally. He brushed the idea bi-racial committee after they arrive wannee' County's was as "messed

their annual support in buying advertisement in the facilities for county and regional an official bi-racial com- aside with the flat assertion thatthere'd is too late. up" as hk own ooun ty's.
football program. The money from these advertisementshas agricultural fairs and live- mittee be formed here. be no such committee dur- Those of us, white and black .
off indebtedness and stock shows. The ministers are right on two ing his administration. who long ago chose Bartow as our
helped in large measure to
pay
Groups of laymen home hope most urgently that
counts: (1) Events have marched swiftly Stamp Tax
construct the new bleachers. We hope the merchants will; ChargesAre
governmental groups this dty love can continue to
Timely in view of the especially forward since that time. Bartow we
continue to give this support. furor over "environmental public haz- are too often apt to shrug a min- so far.has been fortunate. Respected grow and progress at its own Effective July 1

Paul Langford is to be commended for his huge Individual zards" due to increasing use of isterial recommendation aside leaders in both white and col- pace. under its own controL The 50 per cent increase set by
ored communities individuallyand We must work together in sin- the 1963 Legislature in
effort in acquiring this facility. We need more poisonous chemicals in agriculture documentary -
citizens with determination like his to apply and the growing volume of els of pesticide residues in edible with very little if any coordination cere friendship and understanding stamp tax charges te effective
, vigorous whose pesticides available for use in and products and have helped to main- and with official sanction to July 1. State Comptroller Ray E
their energies to other projects accomplishments around homes are two actions by (2) Authorizing the Commis- tain a moderate attitude on both achieve this goal. Green said this week.

will make our community.a better place to live. the 1963 Legislature. sioner of Agriculture to revoke or sides of the color line. The time for forming a bi-racial The comptroller said the increase

a (1) A supplementary appropriation suspend registration of a pesticidefor To think that this situation can committee is not next year or covers all areas now subject -

approved to expand the De- sale in Florida when it is continue to prevail in the midst of next month. to the tax and set Just land '

More and more these days, any time we. save .getting partment's inspections to protect found to be mislabeled or adulterated today's sfriUfnlly organized tur- The time is now. or other realty trams asmight

there is spent looking for a place.to park -- .: consumers against dangerous lev- I moil is a head-in-the-sand atti- -Polk,County Democrat, have been indicated











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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PAGE THREE



Mrs. Charles M. Ball Bridesmaids Luncheon Mrs Harris Fetes Niece With Tea I
ii (91 gmiRlted-fh

rr.,( .,:.., / Given SaturdayMrs. Mrs. Brody Harris entertainedwith and ivy In a triple crystal candelabra
:4'v j'4
.
,.
',' ', Tr+Tj.
;{ ;;' {''H a tea in her home on Pine was at one end of the
.,R',.1"r.t:?,aa 7f bx", N xYU1 'vR S. T. McDowell and Mrs. Avenue last Thursday afternoon table and the silver service at the
"a ti. Ys'Rrir
r %, ;i' Frank Futch Sr.. entertained witha
r1Ti&&'S Y vr;"T a,0i/rMr( 4- & .*, ','* ', X I WOMEN tiv:; nY. : Calvin Watson of Keystone ver trays of tea cooties assorted
.. Edith Ann Castleberry last Sat-
y / / l H' r'....4 Heights bride-elect of Charles nuts and mints.
'' urday in the Blue Room of the
4 { ( ilQ xy4 gyp 5 'JSJS 4 Suwannee Hotel.A Emory Cross son of Senator and Serving coffee and tea during:

feVjitf >4 >* ,. Mrs. J. Emory Cross of Gaines- the afternoon were Miss Kathy
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor pink and white motif was ville. He is the grandson of Mr. Harris and Mrs. Mattox Ward.
..F. .:,:vY ; .. carried out.
.n; ? :.i.y.? and Mrs. Charles Huffman of Mrs. H. S. Wright assisted as
The luncheon table was"over-
Live Oak. floor hostess.
f Wheelus Reunion Held Recently laid with a white cloth and cen-
In the receiving line were Mrs. Mrs. Harris presented her nteee
-C. L. Wheelus and John L. Magee and Paige. Mal- tered with a floral design of white
.
Mr. and Mrs. .v{G.{ k.Rv.M\ Harris. Miss Watson. Mrs. Alfred with a silver tray.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Skipper and on and Wayne and Mrs. PerryJ. ::,, : .F ": T.\ -. mums interspersed with pink tulle B. Watson of Keystone Heights Out of town guests included

daughter Sheila entertained witha Price. all of Jacksonville: Mrs. ,..j ir:4. ..:'"atrr. 'F? 4 poufs. the honoree's mother and Mrs. J. Miss Gayle Coss of Gatnesvt< reunion Sunday. Ethel Brown of Zellwood; Mrs. y, r 4 ;.a4"., :. i White heart silhouettes of net
joint family : / i K..x, Emory Cross the groomelect'smother. Mrs. W. H. Redfearn Sr.. Mrs.
Sara F. Diamond of Vero Beach; : .' i and ribbon marked the places of
June 16. r:4 axr.: 'M W. H. Redfearn Jr.. and Mrs.
A picnic dinner was served at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown and >;A'z. .X' the guests. Several arrangements of gladioli Michael Redfearn of Keystone
Wheelus home to Joy Carol. Susan and Kuhn of j..jiy Present with the hostesses and
noon at the }' ; and mums were placed in the Heights.
members of Mr. and Mrs. Wheelus Daytona Beach; Mrs. Florence :::fi}:,.r+.. :!n iii.i,.;'s L,.i':wYirY..,aikr.: .. i :{ygYay.:.yr:; F the honoree were Mrs. John Cas- dining and living rooms. The coffee Around 40 guests called during
Morgan and Krista and Misti of tleberry Sr., mother of the honoree -
families. table was covered with a .the appointed hours.
Present were Mrs. Elsie L. Cobb DeLand; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mrs. Mary Paxton of Columbia white Irish linen cut-work cloth. .

Claude C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wheelus Jr. and Carl and Dale S. C., Mrs. Len Moyer of An arrangement of white mums
SHS Student
Attends
of Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. H. Columbia. S. C.. Miss Mary Jim

f Frank Wheelus Mr. and Mrs. J. ',R; Johnson of Columbia. S. C.. Miss Advanced Work CourseDaniel

Bride-Elect Feted Paul Wheelus and Arlene and Brenda Woodward and Mrs. Ha- Mrs. Wooley HostessTo G. Chandler of Live Oak
Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. Henry zel Woodward both of Madison.
this summer will attend an advanced -
With CoffeeMiss Wheelus and Steve all of Tampa; ta.'r.r., Miss Bette Kath of FSU in Tallahassee Phebian ClassMrs. i studies program at Stetson -

Martha Jean Allen bride- Mrs. Leonard Haralson of Cross 1llt:Y YJi: ., :...' Mrs. Winston Radford. H. B. Wooley was hostessto i University in DeLand.

elect of Sunday was the inspira- City; Mrs. Jim Mullins and James. ,tF'fbrJ.."x.:::R?' y.y. '4 KN'i. : Mrs. Lawrence Lee Mrs. J. C. the Phebian Sunday School The program is open to superior

tion for a coffee last Wednesday Sue. Joe and Ruby of Waldo; o'.'F'..:.Ye w%f., '>S rtj ir4 ro"ySr" :r Clayton and Miss Beverly Clayton Class of the First Baptist Church high school juniors interested in

when Mrs. Edward Mullins and Mrs. Carrie Dixon of Perry; and iv + ';-' pvy. Y.':Y4v $;,.;,Y .. both of Decatur. Ga.. and when it met Monday evening fora accumulating college credit priorto
Davis entertained for her }y.n4D.R,{': ?fF Mrs. Robert Castleberry and Miss
Mrs. Joe
Miss Elaine Boatright. Arthur
covered dish
meeting. .
from school.It
,... :a ,4 supper graduating high
at the home of Mrs. Davis on Howard. Wayne Howard and the .(w 7. y}nv .i.3.r ak:;. MraH !w Diane Castleberry both of Calhoun Mrs. Henry Skinner gave the is also open to high school

4 Eleventh Street. Rev. Cornelius Davis all of Live Ga. devotional. Psalm 145:1-9. seniors who
admission
final -
... J f;5'p, : # ; : 4r;bncFv4 may earn a
The living and dining rooms Oak. ny.aiti. A j'gl.. .. During the business meeting to Stetson or college credit -
in shades of ...'.,.y7p{ :;?
held arrangements 7:4 .
:
YYrsy.rw, G+.vYUr.S;#r. ;>:;: Mrs Brown Honored Mrs. M. H. Hingson read the in advance of regular attend-
pink. (i yr { ;9Pa'f ( minutes of the previous meeting. ance.

The dining room table was cov- Allen-Odom Wedding ,JyfFf;, r y2 With Surprise PartyMrs. The meeting adjourned with The eight-week rogI'anrun-

ered with a lace cloth over pink. Plans Are AnnouncedMr. Jesse Brown was honored the class repeating the closing ning through August 10. offers
The crystal punch bowl was atone
I and Mrs. Sidney Allen Jr. Miss Evelyn M. Keen daughter of Mr. and Airs. Marvin P. with a surprise birthday party verse in unison. college level work in English
end and the focal point of the
announce the plans for the wed- Brown of Jacksonville and Charles M. Ball, son of Air. and Mrs by her daughter Mrs. W. W. Mrs. Hingson will be hostess to mathematics problems of Ameri-
.... table was the miniature brides the class when
they meet Sep- and
nosegay of pink gladioli pink ny- ding of their daughter. Martha Claude T. Ball of Jacksonville were married at eight o'clock Friday, Hunter Tuesday June 18, at the tember 23. can reading.civilization developmental -

lon lace and net from which fell Jean to Philip M. Odom. son of June twenty-first at the Lovegrove Baptist Church with the Rev. home of Mrs. Hunter.

the pink satin streamers with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ,Odom Jr. of Jack J. Dinsbeer officiating.Mrs. After several games refresh-
ments of nuts mints. Cokes ice
miniature rice bags amid the Starke. Sherry Wilkinson organist and Mrs. Madolyn soloist
streamers. The nosegay was designed The ceremony will be performed I cream and cake were served by I
A
provided the nuptial music. the hostess. MOVING SOON!
by Mrs. W. H. Parramoreand Sunday at four o'clock in the
was presented to the honoree. afternoon in the First Baptist The bride given in marriage by her father wore a floor length Guests present were Mrs. Vinnie

Sandwiches party cakes mints Church with the Rev. Cornelius gown of white satin styled with an empire waistline accented witha Brown. Mrs. A. O. Corbett. Mrs. FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC

f and nuts were served with the Davis officiating.A scalloped neckline and a chapel length train. Her fingertip veil Ross Leming Mrs. H. F. Wiggins GREATLY REDUCEDWe

coffee punch. reception given by the bride's of illusion was attached to a crown of white roses and seed pearls. Mrs. A. L. Jacobs Mrs. T. P.
Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store
Delegal. Mrs. Viola
The hostesses presented Miss parents will be held in the Edu- She carried a feathered carnation bouquet centered with a white McCoy. Mrs.
Allen with a gift. cational Building immediately foLlowing orchid. G. E. Hunter Mrs. W. J. Nipper
Mrs. R. A. Mrs. B&J GIFT
Assisting in serving were Miss the ceremony. Knight Harry SHOP
Miss Carolyn Brown maid of honor wore a street length dressof Williams Mrs. A. B. McCall and
Karen Perry Miss Penny Wett- All friends and relatives of the
stein. and Miss Bobbi Davis. couple are invited to attend the mint green nylon embroidered on taffeta. Miss Gretchen Hunter. Conner Street Next To Suwannee Democrat
.
Among the thirty five present wedding and the reception. Miss Judy Moore and Miss Lob Steed bridesmaids wore similar PHONE 362-3492

were Mrs. Sidney Allen Jr., moth dresses. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

f er of the honoree. Mrs. John D. Birth AnnouncementMr. Yvonne Simmons was flower girl and Carl Simmons ring bearer.
Odom Jr.. of Starke. mother of
and Mrs. Jimmie Barrington Claude T. Ball served as his son as best man. Ushers were
f the groom-elect and Miss
Lynn
Black of Orlando. of Mayo announce the birthof Jack Anderson and Bert Williams.A I
a daughter. Thursday. June 20,
in the Pineview General Hospitalin reception was held in the fellowship hall of the church following J

Valdosta Ga. the ceremony. ,
DRIVERS LICENSESARE
She has been named Rebecca Mr. Ball is attending Jacksonville University and is majoringin
RENEWABLETHE
MONTH OF YOUR Lynn Barrington.Mrs. music and is a member of the Jacksonville Symphony. Orchestra.Mrs. i
Barrington is the former
BIRTHDAY Ball is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat E. Mizell
Miss Jewel Deese of this city.
REECE BROWN of this city.
COUNTY JUDGEWVUUWUUUWUUWUWUUWUUU
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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963



'Big Ban Creates Park .. _. County Native Signs 'Country'

.
Alaskan National Monument : :?
Music Contract, Cuts Record


: Has Everything But VisitorsTwice I Writing and singing country r

I and western music could payoff w x
as big as Delaware, Alaska's Katmai National big for Joe Rhoden son of Mr. Witnesses' Convention .r4 t a

:Monument far outstrips in size all other United States national p- and Mrs. C. Rhoden of Live Oak, Plans Are FinalizedWilliam

parks and monuments.Yet who recently signed a recording

this fantastic region of smoking fumaroles, snow- &. : contract with Music of America minister of W.the Weaver presiding
Live Oak
&: congregation -
skirted peaks, and sparkling lakes has been visited by Recording. La. Company in Shreveport of Jehovah's Witnesses

only about 900 persons in the last said .
longer do myriad steam clouds t Joe who turned professional in today plans have been fina-

two years. hide the eerie panorama of the .'3 the music field in 1959. may be lized for the forthcoming eight-
recent efforts to
Spurred by day international
the first and only Suwannee convention of
open the remote area to more valley.Solitude the religious
group scheduled for
of MountainsThe County native to cut a commer- A
visitors and the opportunity to author describes Katmai as cial record under contract. His Yankee Stadium in New York C. NY -V
walk among restlessly slumber- July 714.Weaver.
"a vast solitude of mountains and record includes "HeartbreakingLies"
ing volcanoes Senator Ernest desert desolation; a land of snow- and on the flip side "Outer said all members of the
Gruening of Alaska recently flew fields and glaciers and airy pumice Space". congregation are invited to attend -
and hiked over the region. He reports ,
including the
children.
stones and deep crevices; a Joe's first significant break into The
on his journey in the June program is an advanced
and minis-
never-never land where sun country and western music
issue of the National Geographic. take terial training course that will
drizzle
rain and fog and came when he was booked as a
Eruptions Rocked Region off na feature Bible lectures,
turns and a volcano could go regular entertainer on the Suwannee symposiumsand
Katmai (pronounced "cat-my")
educational
discussions.
at any time. River Jamboree.He .
exploded to world attention with .
one of the biggest bangs in his- Discovering the wonders of 1 :. I said he also made radio UNSCHEDULED f STOP .This Douglas DC-3 of the Ecnadorean
how-
Katmai requires some effort and television and BIRD
NAMES
tory. In June. 1912. the region send hikers 1. personal appearances Air Force was forced into an emergency landing along a jungle
literally shook itself to pieces ever. Slippery'banks with the Stanley Brothers Searching for precise nomenclature road after its engines failed.Nobody was hurt in the crash landing.
sprawling. Sharp sand andsteep_ throughout Florida ,
and
spewing molten rock across the Geor- ornithologists have devised -
landscape. Seething debris poured slopes skin hands. Windblownash gia for the past three years. many colorful bird names.
and pumice an excellent insulator The youth is visiting his family Among birds listed by the Na-
42-square-mile area to a
over a
hide snow and in Sena- and friends here tional
currently since Geographic Society are the
depth in places of 700 feet or _
more. Dust blown high into the tor Gruening's words, "Down you returning recently from the great racket-tailed drongo yel

sky caused gloomy days and go again". "Louisiana Hayride" in Shreve- low-bellied waxbill. black-spotted
spectacular sunsets in Nova Scotia On the still-steaming side of port. He plans to go to Nashville, bare-eye red-whiskered bulbul

a continent's width 2,760-foot Novarupta center of Term., in the near future where turquoise-browed motmot, rufous-
away.
the 1912 holocaust, "you leave he will continue to write and record browed pepper shrike and blue-
If such an eruption had occur-
tracks deep as a bear's on the he said. faced booby.
red at New York City it would
puttylike incline. Suddenly one The Suwannee High School .
have been heard in Chicago and,
;
JOE RHODEN F
if winds were right,. sulphurous foot breaks through and you sink 1 graduate said he hopes to release Experts are like ordinary people
to your knee. Perhaps a smoldering another record
soon. they seldom agree.
fumes could have corroded clothes don'tstay
You
cavern lies beneath.
hanging on the line in Denver, Leonard Elected To
to find out.
according to the late Dr. RobertF.
Katmai is 65 miles southwest of Angus AssociationJohn
Griggs, who led a series of Na- DANCEEVERY '"
airlift LYDA
Anchorage. Small planes H. Leonard of Live Oak
tional Geographic Society expedi-
visitors to Lake Grosvenor named has been elected to membershipin
tions to the scene. for Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor who is the American Angus Associa- SATURDAY NIGHT

Today, Senator Gruening chairman of the Board of Trus- tion at St. Joseph, Mo., Frank WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES Prices On This Fine Car Are
writes, the smokes are almost
tees of the National Geographic Richards, secretary announced. FROM 9 TO 1
In the of Ten Thou-
gone. Valley Society, and to Brooks River 15 Leonard was one of 11 breedersof ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING Lower Than You'd ExpectVISIT
sand Smokes, where Dr. Griggs
air miles southwest of Lake Gros- registered Aberdeen-Angus in THIS "VEEKCHITWOOD'S
and his colleagues cooked over
venor. Florida elceted to
steaming vents and piled blank- membership
Besides spectacular scenery during the past month.
ets on the hot ground to keep
Katmai offers wildlife ranging #
cool at night, there
are perhapsa
from moose to sea lions and superb If a recipe calls for small
dozen a RATLIFF MOTOR COMPANYE.
smoking fumaroles. fishing.As OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO
amount of onion ,
juice cut onionin
"Looking about, Senator Grue Dave Bogart, Katmai, ran- MINORS ALLOWED HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-1112
half and scrape with a spoon. I
ning reports, "I realized that the
told
ger-in-charge the author
dying of the smokes not all
was a
"Most of our national parks and
loss. I know that this cooler phaseof I
monuments are known for one
the valley's life also interests
feature or another. In Katmai we 1
volcanologists, geophysicists, and .
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I Nation's Dairy. Sutcannee Graduate From Students UF County Businesses Former Resident I Mayor Dismisses Misconduct Count, Hears 14 Cases .


students Gets BS Mayor J. Marvin Phillips in the disabled man had been injured head injury in Berlin during
i Produce Two Suwannee County Return DegreeCHARLES
Cattle University Urged To City Court Monday dismissed in a timbering mishap overa World War I and one drink was

attending the charges of disorderly conduct year ago. Further testimony enough to make him drunk. He

_ 'River Of Milk'If of degrees Florida following last week completion received of State Tax FormsApproximately against Wynn Bush, colored, brought out that the couple has added that he had been wffcH

whose case was continued over a large family. melons in Suwannee County e-

Term A of the University'sthird from last week pending further Phillips recinded the earlier ery year since 1926 without a pra-
in the businessmen
all the milk produced trimester. 130,000
investigation. sentence and reduced the fine to vious brush with the law.
continental United States were Betty Corine Landof will begin Wednesday receiving -
They are Phillips told Bush that he had $15. He told the woman that regardless The Mayor asked the man if
gathered together it would makea Branford who earned a mas- forms from the State
come to the conclusion that of circumstances, driving he knew that one drink weld
river 3,500 miles long 40 feet ter's degree in education, and Beverage Department that must
without license the make him drunk.
Bush's part in a recent disorderly a was against
wide, and three feet deep. I John William Hampton in who be completed and returned by
outbreak between two other Ne- law. He advised her to secure a He replied that he was aware
The source of that river would I achieved a bachelor's degreefrom July 10, according to Richard B.
groes was not malicious nor designed valid license at the earliest possible of it.
be America's 17,000,000 dairy cattle Arts and Director.
the College of Keating, Beverage
to breach the peace. date. Phillips find him $10 and $t
of which 180,000 reside on Sciences. Although the form is devised for
In other action, Phillips fined George Lester, a colored water- jail[ cost sor 5 days on the dty
,' Florida's 761 dairy farms. It is These students will be included cigarette distributors, every busi-
Richard Thomas, colored, $15 and melon worker from Avon Park, streets.
fitting tribute to this productionthat in the University's formal ness reporting a sales tax will
$12 jail costs or 15 days on the appeared before the Court on a Other cases on the Court doefc-
America is now observingthe commencement exercises held in receive the form and is requiredto
city streets. Thomas, who had public drunkenness charge. Lester et included Nathan LInton, eei-
"27th anniversary of June 1964. The fill out portions of it and return -
May once-a-year
been confined in jail most of last told the Court he sustained a ored arrested for driving through

Dairy Month. ceremonies were initiative under it to Tallahassee. Y 4 week, plead guilty to the charge. a stop sign, forfeited $15 bond;
"Milk is one of mankind's old- the trimester system. Only a few days remain before
Eula May Burke appeared before R. W. Andrews, speeding, forfeited -
est known foods", points out C. the July 1 deadline when every
the Court and plead guiltyto Rev. Nickerson Is $15 bond; Arley Hurst pubMc
W Reaves, Agricultural Exten- cigarette retailer must inventoryhis 9

sion dairy specialist. "Evidence New Age Group cigarette stock prior to the Mayor driving without sentence a license.of The$25 - : and drunkenness$2 costs, ;forfeited Isaiah $15 Williams bond,
passed
I shows that cows were being milk- start of the day's business, Keat- Appointed To Post colored,
fine. speeding forfeited $18

ed Five as long major ago breeds as 9,000 of dairy B.C."cattle Seen In Florida'sFlorida's ing On said.completion of the inventoryor In further discussion, the wom- bond and $2 costs; James H. Radish -

an explained that she was study- At Aurora colored, improper driver's license -
are important milk producers before July 10, the law requires CollegeWilliam
KIERCE ing for a license and the only reason forfeited $15 bond and $2
in America. All five breeds are population growth that an additional tax of three
she drove in this instance C. Nickerson Jr., Route costs; Charles Brown,
represented in Florida. These include since 1960 has been accompaniedby cents per package for each pack- Charles Kierce, son of Mr. and was colored
to home her husband who 5, Live Oak, has been appointed public drunkenness, forfeited
$15
Jerseys and Guernseys, new age-group patterns, the age of cigarettes on hand before Mrs. S. C. Kierce of Milton and carry
in need of admissions counselor at Aurora bond and $4 costs Jack
medical attention.The
was ; Mfohett.
which were imported from the Florida State Chamber of Com- the start of business July 1 be formerly of Live Oak, graduated
officer verified that College to begin work in late Au- disturbing the peace by
arresting discharging -
English Channel Islands; Ayr- merce reported yesterday in its remitted to the State Beverage from Auburn University June 4
shires, which came from Scot- Weekly Business Review. Department in Tallahassee.Any with a BS degree in agriculture, the husband "was in pretty badshape" gust.Nickerson a firearm, forfeited $49 bond
i and told that is 1960 of and $2 costs; Owen James
the graduate
land; Holsteins, which arrived "The state gained 10 per cent business failing to remit majoring in biological sciences.He Mayor a Crews.
Aurora who earned the public drunkenness, forfeited
from Holland; and Brown Swiss, during the 27 months from the the additional tax due will be was a varsity letterman on College bond $16
__ Spartan Award the college's high- and $4 costs; Mose Skinner
_r which were brought from Switz- census count on April 1, 1960 to subject to penalties provided in the wrestling team that won its 4-H Flock no driver's
est recognition for lead- license case continued
erland. July 1, 1962. On the latter date Section 210.14, Florida Statutes, 16th straight Southeastern Inter- Boys campus Guy Harrell ;
ership. He is now director of pub- case continued.
"Dairying is an important fac- Florida's population stood at 5- I which permits the Beverage Di- collegiate Championship.For .
lic relations for the Advent Christian
tor in our economy, ranking 459,000 according to latest official rector to issue a warrant directedto the past two summers I To UF CampusFor (Office Supplies
i ; Home and Orphanage, and at lleCrimon'stFOR
fourth in retail sales among Flor- estimates."A any sheriff to levy upon and Charles worked for the U. S. Department pastor of the McAlpin Advent

ida's agricultural enterprises", breakdown of the 1962 fig- sell the goods and chattels of de- Interior, Departmentof
Short CourseMore Christian Church.
stresses Reaves. "In 1961, the retail ure by age groups shows 590,000 linquent persons. Commercial Fisheries at the During the 1960-61 academicyear YOUR

value of our state's dairy Floridians under 5 years of age, Although efforts are being madeto Gulf Breeze station near Pensa-

t products was $155,000,000 exceeded up 9 per cent during the 27 mail, these forms to every busi- than 400 boys are attend- Nickerson was employed by TREE TRIMMING &
cola.He Aurora College as a field
-- -- ing the 4-H Club Short Course repre-
only by the value of forest, months. The 5 to 17 year old ness in Florida Keating noted is a member of Alpha Gam- TREE REMOVAL
sentative in the midwest
citrus, and vegetable products," group numbered 1,277,000, up 12 the possibility that some may be ma Rho fraternity. this week on the University of and southeastern primarily states. His new TRENCHING OR
Gainesville.
he points out.Everyone per cent; 18 to 44 year olds total- overlooked. Anyone failing to receive Charles plans to enter Officers Florida campus in DITCHING

_ needs milk. The daily ed 1,833,000, up 11 per cent. this form of July 5 should Candidate School with the U. S. The theme of the week long short duties include contacting high
InAction" school students and counselors in
requirement for children is threeto "The middle-aged group, 45 to obtain one from the nearest Bev- Army and will report for duty in course is. 4-H: Youth Leaders the Northern Illinois area. CALL

_ four cups; teenagers need fouror 64 years, came to 1,081,000 and erage District Office or by writingto late June. Nickerson married Chelle Mar-
The 4-H'ers being instructed -
FloodConstruction
are
more; and adults should drinkat gained 6 per cent and those aged the State Beverage Depart-
by Florida Agricultural Exten- shall, a 1962 Aurora College graduate -
least two cups per day. For 65 and over numbered 628,000, up ment, Carlton Building Talla- Co.
sion specialists in 14 areas rang- in July 1961. In Aurora
14 cent.
those counting calories, milk contains per hassee. ResidentsTo

I the necessary proteins, vitamins "The varying rates of growthof County ing agricultural from forestry engineerng and dairying and con-to will they reside and their at 319 daughter Spartan, Debra Ter-, 362-2101

and minerals essential to the age groups have brought ..
f Stock PondsOrders servng natural resources. race. I ----------------
any diet. Milk is even recom- about changes in the importance, Hamilton Donates
Doyle Conner, Commissioner of
mended as an aid to good looks or weight, of each group in rela-
John Robert Powers, the famous tion to the total population. The for fish to stock several Agriculture, will address the 4-H

model agency executive says, "I've two groups growing less than the Rare Photographs Suwannee County ponds were sent I I boys on the "Value and Import- Guaranteed Renewable FOR
ance of Continuing Education"Other .
been observing glamourous mod- state average were the under 5- to the U. S. Fish and Wildlife LIFE

els for years and it's simply a year-olds and the 45 to 65 year To Pinellas Service at Welaka, this week by speakers include university Hospital Surgical Insurance* for All Ages
matter of course for them to drink group. Thus these groups are BodyF. the Suwannee River Soil Conser- dignitaries D'. J. Wayne Reitz,
vation District, to J. president, Dr. E. T. York Jr., pro-
a glass of milk at every meal." diminishing in importance."The according PAYS REGARDLESS OF OTHER INSURANCE
1 Due to research and modern other three age groups K. Hamilton, manager of the Dan Ross, board chairman. vost for agriculture, and Paul
Chamber of Commerce, last week Henrick, student body president.The .
Those scheduled to receive fish
advances, milk provides high nu- are profiting by this diminishing.This AGES OVER
is presented the Pinellas County include C. C. Deese, E. L. Pope, short course also encom- $1.95 $4.60
trition at low cost, the Agricul- especially true of the 5 to 18.50 I
tural Extension Service dairyman 17 year olds and the oldsters of Historical Commission with a rare Lester Dyal, W. H. Gray, L. A. passes the state public speaking 65
collection of 118 photographs picturing contest, tractor contest month month
and lamp-
points out. Milk and milk products 65 or over. Both of these groupsare Ivey, Clyde Clemmons, J. L. May,i
the county between 1896 making contest. State 4-H officers
Robert Lee, and C. L.
provide 28 per cent of the now accounting for a larger Bryan.
and 1906. will be elected at the short AGES 60 CHILDREN
$2 00
nation's essential food nutrientsfor proportion of the state total than The ponds are stocked with course 51-65' I $1
only about 19 cents of each formerly." Hamilton made the presentation bream and bass at the rate of and state council delegates will UNDER 18

food dollar spent by consumers. in the name of his father, 1,000 bream and 100 bass per plan the 4-H program for the month (month
James R. Hamilton, a professional coming
Remember, there is no waste in surface acre. The bream are delivered year. World Wide Coverage-No Dues or Assessments
OCEAN'S SANDFALLThe photographer of St. Petersburg first, usually Jn October Those attending from Suwannee -
milk. Be sure to include plenty ocean's version of a waterfall during the early days of the coun- and the bass the following spring. County are Gene Box. Bebo FLORIDA HEALTH SERVICE, INC.P. .

I and of dairy throughout foods on the your menu now. l. is'a sandfall: formed when ty's history. Anyone interested in stockinghis Bispham, Govan Knight, Aubrey o. Box: 5817. Jacksonville 7. Florida

year. currents push sand down the Hamilton stipulated that the pond should contact John Goff, and Richard Foster.
Please Furnish Me FREE Information
steep sides of underwater entire collection be preserved These boys are being sent to
cany- Hampton or Russell Parsons, local About This Low Cost Plan
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) ons. permanently and intact in the SCS technicians or any of short course by the Antioch,

county's archives and that no the District Supervisors, J. Dan Pleasant Hill, Pine Grove, Phila- NAMr

commercial use be made of the Ross, J. W. Gaston, Elmer Owens, delphia, Ladyland, and Happy Age

photographs. T. J. Fletcher Sr., and L. B. Rob- Homemakers Home Demonstration ADDRESS
Hamilton said he has an even Clubs, the Home Demonstration -
erson. Requests for fish should be
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick larger and more complete collec- in not later than August 1. Club County Council, the CITY ZON' STATw.OLD ;
tion of historical photographs i
pic- North Florida Telephone Com- .
turing Suwannee County. He said EQUITY LIrE: INSURANCE Co.
Veneer-One or Two Baths. pany, and the Board of County
that he would be glad to con- Library Story HourThe Commissioners. DEMOCRATyBLANKET

tribute this collection to the coun-
FHA or CONVENTIONAL children's story hour at the
under
ty conditions that it be

FinancingSMALL safeguarded, kept intact, and Suwannee River Regional Library
here will be conducted by Miss
DOWN PAYMENT aired for the public in an adequate ADVANCE
facility. Laverne Dominey who will read SALE

"Whose Tree House". "Felice",
Located In Edgewood Subdivision. "Johnny Appleseed". and "Rump- LAY-A-

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362-2057 BAND ON SATURDAY NIGHT 2 YEAR GUARANTEEWith

Admission: $2.00 Couple On Saturday New "Permanap Treatment"

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RESISTS SHEDDING AND PILLlNG-

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ADDING MACHINE PAPER J No Corralling ,be fed free-choice. CLEARANCE of Draperies, Hooks an4
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DozenMcCRIMON'S S Special Equipment longer when cattle are Double width window -

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AL Social ,Security AnswersEditor's LIVESTOCK REPORT

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munlTY Florida State Marketing Bureau

( Note: These questions ANSWER: You could get a

earn and answers are compiled by Wil- check for your grandchild only calf trading at the brought $14-$17.75 common and
news liam M. Eanes. District Managerfor if you adopt her. Meanwhile, why Livestock Mark- low-medium heifers brought $16-

the Social Security Adminis- not get in touch with your local June 19, sank to $18.50. and a few inferiors sold
tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites office for children's and family with 214 traded at $14.
readers to mail their questions to services (welfare). Maybe this sale.
BeachvilleThe him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta child can get a monthly payment Low-to-average-common cows
of the Florida brought $13-$14.75. inferiors $9.-
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries under the Aid to Dependent Chil-
Bureau said 75-$12 inferior and tow-common
Beachville Sunday School relatives in States- to this paper.) dren program.
been visiting active with demand cow-calf pairs $15.25-$17.
enjoyed a picnic at the Deer Fordon boro for the past two, weeks returned QUESTION: I am now 65 yearsof QUESTION: My neighbor is a most part, quality Medium calves weighing between
the Itchtucknee River Sund- home with them Satur- age but am continuing to workat widow with four children. She is lower than in
250-450 pounds brought
day. After attending Sunday day afternoon.Our my regular job where I make now working full time. But she
sold from
School they journeyed to the riv- sweet potato growers have $5000.00 a year. If I work on for ;. still gets a social security check slaughter cows were $18-$22. commons$16 and Com-$14-
$20 mostly up.
er where they enjoyed a delicious been busy the past week setting about 3 years, will I get a lump every month for herself and her calves calves
and medium weighing
picnic dinner and swimming."Children" potato vines and they are plant- sum payment for the years I did children. Why is this? other classes were mon between 125-250 pounds brought
from one year to ing a large acreage. not draw? I know one man who ANSWER: The social securitylaw or both weeks to $20-$22.75.
eighty-six attended and all had a Mrs. Luther Adkins. Mrs. Norman retired when 70 years old and gota sets a limit on the total am- price trends. Six-
wonderful time. Koon, and son, Bobby, were check for about 150000. He ount a family group can get. Your of the run was Iloff Sales
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwellare business visitors in Lake City made a salary of about $200.00 a neighbor and her children get accounts Hog sales climbed slightly from
in infor- exactly the same amount that the 305 sold at the p vious sale to
spending this week Key Wednesday. month. I shall appreciate 40 per cent of
West visiting their grandson and "Hots" Spooner of Jacksonville mation about this. four children would get if their said. 335 traded Wednesday. Mixed

granddaughter-in-law, Airman 1st visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. ANSWER: Many things could mother were not even in the pic- to average-utility grades of 180-210 pound gilts and
Class and Mrs. Delbert Tidwell. end. ture. To keep from changing the barrows brought $17.15 210-240
E. Spooner, last week have caused your friend to draw brought $15-$17.-
Mr.and Mrs. Willie Beach were of Gainesvilleis amount of the children's checks pounds $17.24. 240-270 pounds
Hemphill
Wayne this large back payment. It could pounds; utility
Visitors In Gainesville Friday spending this week with his depend on when he made his for each month their mother heifers sold $16.15. 160-180 pounds $16.65. ,
night and Saturday. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie claim, the amount of ,his monthly works, we Just make the regular 140-160 pounds $15.75. 120-140
Mr. and,Mrs. 0.,P. Swans were Beach. social security check which : monthly payment of the full am- $2.25.'B low-utility cows sold pounds $14.70. 100-120 pounds
called to Lakeland ount to all five of them. $14.50. 80-100 pounds $14.
last week on Rev. Marvin Odom filled his months he worked and whaUJiis -$ canners
account of the death of their sis Mikesville Advent Sows weighing between 180-400
i appointment at date of birth was. Many timeswe $ and shells
ter-in-law Mrs. A. J. Swans, who Christian Church Sunday.Mr. pounds brought $13.2-$14.05.
prove a person to be older, or ; 9.
was killed in an automobile accident and Mrs. O. D. Beach vis- younger, than he thought. With- 63 Fish LicensesOn and low-good bulls 400-700 pounds $11-$12. and boars
continues to sell at $7.
in Tampa. ited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barker of out all of this information we $19.50-$21, utilities
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy Newberry afternoon and Medium and good feeder pigs
Sunday could not explain his payment. cutters sold
spent Saturday in Stat sboro. Ga. their granddaughter Sandra, Sale Cost Up weighing under 60 pounds sold
If you are earning $5000.00 a year ; and a few can-
i Their daughter, Jan. who had came home with them for a visit. and working every month it is $11-$12. from 162519.50 60-90 pounds.
172517.75, 90-130 pounds $16 -
doubtful that you would draw a Suwannee County fishermen sold for $22.75;
large back payment. As you are may now obtain the new 1963-64 standard calves 501825. .
I Pine LevelMrs. 65, you should consider making fresh water fishing license at the .

your claim now even though you County Judge's office and his steers (Office Supplies at McCrimoa's)
plan to continue working. This authorized sub-agents throughoutthe
W. B. Dekle and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore and state.
Lisa Renee, and Steve Abbott would protect any payments you
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore motored -
of Jacksonville, spent Friday might have coming to you in the Deadline for obtaining the new SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
to Lake City and Gainesville 1963-64 .
license is midnight, June I
future.
night and Saturday with Mr. and Sunday. BUILDING NEEDS
30. Effective July I, fishing in
Mrs. Drew Holmes.Mr. QUESTION: I want to know
Andrew Hatcher spent the week fresh water without the new license -
and Mrs. Harry Lepper and end with Mr. and Mrs. Avon Mc- how soon you are going to pay will be a violation of law PLYWOOD ROOFING, ETC.
bills for people over 65. AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Robin spent Tuesday and Wednesday Mullen. hospital and such fishermen will be subJect -
with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. The paper said this would be
to arrest.
Rufus and David McMullen Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
Wilson in handled by Social Security.
Astatula. Beth Ann and
The only fresh water fishermen
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Max, returned home with Mr. and Drew Holmes. ANSWER: There is really no exempt from the license are resi-
Mrs. Lepper after spending few answer to your question right
a dents 65 years of age or over, ; Builders
Martin Ravellette Klamath Supply
days with their grandmother in of now. Several Congressmen have children under 15 years of age
Astatula.Mr. Falls Oregon is spending a few introduced bills to cover paymentof
and residents
Helvenston
fishing non-com- Street Phone 3622873LIVE
days here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
and for older
Mrs. Drew
Holmes hospital expenses mercially in their home county OAK, FLORIDA
Andrew Johnson and family.Mr. Administration has
Hatcher and Bob Rob- persons. The with not more than three poles or
erts were supper guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and come,out in favor of this type of
Avon McMullen Monday night. Bob Roberts were supper guestsof program. But Congress has not
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberts in voted this session on these bills.

AA A Lake City Saturday night. If the Congress should pass sucha
FOR THE FRESHEST Mr. and,Mrs. Harry Lepper and
law we will quickly notify everyone -
SEAFOODS Robin visited Mr. and Mrs. Horace who can benefit from it. Guess! which home has .thel,

Mack's Fish MarketPine Davis Sunday afternoon. QUESTION: I have received a

Ave. Mr. and Mrs. ,Drew Holmes check every month since April '
HOT PICKLED PEPPERS Andrew Hatcher, and Bob Rob- 1953. My wife will be 62 next MEDALLION for electrical excellence?
erts, visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Phone 362-1650 month. How much of my check
UWUUWUWUUWVWU.. : Howell Monday. .
will she get then?

,, ANSWER: She will not get any
part of your check. She may have
For All Your NeedsWITH enough work to get checks on her
own record. She may get checkson

your, record. But none of this r a '
will come out of your check. It z
will be over and above the pay-
LP GAS-TANKS-APPLIANCES ment you get now. r 4r

QUESTION: Can people, draw

social security when they get old .., ...
a. P. .tYklaMa M!arrwtl
SEEARTHUR enough if they have money in the
bank?
CROWE ANSWER: Money in the bank 1lLt4 4F

will not keep you from getting I .... =' -
your checks. Between 62 and 72 .Y'

_., ATGREEKS years of age, we are concerned <
with the amount you work for. : : "o
,- Money on deposit capital investments a

:: -. FUEL rental income from real 0I t
estate dividends interest pen-
-- '
'
T sions or annuities do not count in
IN LIVE OAK -
I figuring your social security earn- s
ings. But when your earnings go 1
over $1200 for the year and you .
\Ve Can Serve You Better More EconomIcally are under 72, you will have to see ILIVE BETTER 'J.

1 us about this because you may N ,r ;,:i't'i
'i
have to give up one or more of 4CrRIC :

iL jgj[ your checks.monthly social security

QUESTION: I started to get I
_
GAS APPLIANCES my social security when I was 62.
Now I am 66 and I have a girl / ,- c- m'a

tu .i eu grandchild to take care of. I don't
get enough for both of us. Can
you raise my check?

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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA'" _, PAGE SEVEN

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Mrs. Michael hones Campbell Here And There Pine Grove Club Met\

With lIrs.Delegal

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leming Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carmichael The Pine Grove Home Demonstration -
: and children Cindy and Chris of visited Mrs. Freeman Crosby and Club held their regular
Y : Elburn, HL, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hurley in monthly meeting at the home of
Y f 4 Carl Knight and son, Lonnie of Starke Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Tom Delegal Monday after
Morristown. Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. Horry Hair and noon.
and Mrs. Ross Leming last week. Mattox Hair of Tallahassee spent The devotional was given by
4.' Miss Jean Sullivan of DeLand last week end with Mrs. H. H. Mrs. Ross Leming. Prayer was
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor spent several days last week with Hair Sr. lead by Mrs. Katie Cannon.
Plans were made for Pie ic
a
Mrs. Jesse
her grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox returned -
to be held August 15.
Vows Brown. home recently after spending on
Miss Castleberry Exchanges Nuptial Mrs. Tom Delegal and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Deese several weeks in Oklahoma and
With Michael bones Campbell Jesse Brown gave a skit on "Be
Saturday and daughter. Sherry of Talla- Ashville N. C. While in Oklahoma -
Miss Edith Ann Castleberry, daughter of Mr. and 7 hassee spent the week end with Mr. Cox attended the Field Safe At Home".
Refreshments of jello, cookies
Mrs. John Castleberry, and :Michael hones Campbell, son rcfi'r Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans. Artillery field grade officer refresher fruit ,
drink nuts, mints and can-
of Mr. and Mrs. Irones Campbell of Jacksonville, ex- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans and course reserve component.He dy were served after the meeting.
changed nuptial vows, Saturday evening, June twenty- ; 4 daughters, Nell. Elaine and is a Colonel in the Army Re-
second in the First Baptist Church at seven thirty with Frankie returned home last week serves. While in Ashville he attended -
the Rev. Cornelius Davis officiat- a side drapery of silk organza. '0ja. after spending several days camp- the Regional Farmers LITTLE PILES
Her corsage was a white orchid ing in the Smoky Mountains.J. Home Administration meeting. or SAWDUST
ing.Billy Mills, organist, accom- with a purple throat. .. G. Porter visited in Orlandoa Mr. and Mrs. M. Wayne Wilson
panied G. B. Dees, vocalist, who The mother of the groom worea few days last week. recently made a tour of the flor- IN YOUR HOME
sang "0 Promise Me" and "The pink eyelet with a corsage of Mrs. Jim Cordes and daughters, ida West Coast. WAY MEAN,
Wedding Prayer". cymbidium orchids.Mr. Connie and Karen, of Conners- Mrs. Frank Futch Jr. and
Mrs. Winston Radford, matronof and Mrs. Castleberry entertained : ville Ind., are spending some daughter. Angelea, and son,Frank POWDER POSTBEETLES f
honor wore a pink silk organza with a reception follow- time here with Mr. and Mrs. Niels m returned Sunday from Hawk- ;,1

dress over pink taffeta the street ing the ceremony in the Educa- Brorsen. insville, Ga.. after visiting her call,
length dress had a full skirt, the tional Building of the church. -t,1 N.: \ Merle Summers and H. J. Evans parents.Mr. *
sleeveless bodice was accented The three tiered wedding cake was .,,.; ,!C q R44i attended a Ford Dealers and and Mrs. Walter Olive and
with a scooped neckline. Her topped with a miniature bride :'. V% Ford Sales Managers meeting in sons, Gary and Lee, returned
headpiece was of pink tulle and and groom and embossed with Jacksonville last Thursday.Mrs. home Sunday after spending a
for the eke of home
taffeta. She carried a crescent white roses. Mrs. Tom Cheek and Tim Cooper Mrs. Mahone few days in Miami your
bouquet of pink carnations.Miss Mrs. Robert Castleberry sister-in- Reese, and Mrs. C. J. Hackney
Bette Kath of Sarasota, law of the bride, served the cake. spent Tuesday in Tallahassee.Mrs. .
% ,. : .;.:'c s,:;Gg.< % 'F Bell is
; Wilber spendingthis
and sorority sister of the bride, The punch table held an arrangement SAVE
was bridesmaid. Miss Diane Cas- of pink tulle and white ? ;'..r.Gir: .{ r' week in Jacksonville with her qTUkIA -
tleberry of Calhoun, Ga.. and mums with a candelabra holding '$::.h'.. y4/:..Y. nSA, .!Y.}:b K'FiN.YJ:'ru sister, Mrs. Roy Matthews.Mr. .
niece of the bride, was Junior lighted pink tapers and white Y n ... ...4vaas: and Mrs. C. W. Clayton
bridesmaid. Their gowns were mums. Presiding over the two ..ax./RN. A'.l ;# Qi'r; returned home last week after
identical to that of the matron of punch bowls were Mrs. W. Z. Mc- YY.IiRt'l/%%H: M :wJ.: :{',4p':7w'0:1v : spending six weeks in Hawaii
hQnor as were their bouquets. Leod, Mrs. Frank Futch Sr., Mrs. 6 with their son-in-law and daughter -
Brenda Woodward of Madison, Dick Lundy and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Orton Bryan, :
cousin of the groom, was flower I I Long. i. and children. Lisa and Laurie.
girl and wore a floor length gown Greeting the guests at the door .:;s?wa+j;;'., :: Mrs. Henry Grant spent a few
designed like the other attendantsand was Mrs. S. T. McDowell. days recently in Lakeland with
carried a basket of light pink Assisting with the serving were her son-in-law and daughter Mr. ,
flower petals. Miss Coula Tsacrios Miss Anna and Mrs. Howard Enlow.
Henry Land of Pensacola, fraternity Cheek, Miss Dotty McGuirk, and Mrs. Irene Day Mayfield of Fort
brother of the bridegroom, Miss Tesie Koff. Lauderdale is spending a few days
served as best man. Ushers were Floor hosts were Dr. and Mrs. here with her mother, Mrs. Maude

Ken Lippincott of Clearwater, G. A. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Day.Mr.
Bucky Martin of Vero Beach, Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Castro-Cannon Card Thanks and Mrs. Frank Williamsand 0 0 STOt 5
Phil Irvine of DePuniak Springs Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Tyson Mrs. W. J. Nipper visited Mrs. .
and Bill Welch Pensacola, cou- Miss Melinda Lundy Dick MarriageCaptain We wish to thank our many Edna Slaughter, Miss Eunice Wil- Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru June 29th
sin of the groom all fraternity Lundy, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Goff, (U.N. ret.) and Mrs. friends, especially Rev. and Mrs.V. Hams, and Mrs. Lula Turlingtonin
brothers of the groom. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Preston, Mr. Louis Castro, of Porto Rico, an- C. McDonald and the WMUof Lee Sunday afternoon. 350 Extra Stamps
The bride entered the church and Mrs. Aubrey Fowler, Mr. and nounce the marriage of their the Philadelphia Baptist Rev. and Mrs. Billy Carmichaelof w 41Va
with her father and was given in Mrs. Harvey Perry, and Miss Eliz- daughter Maria, to Airman Rob- Church, for their prayers, Tifton Ga., visited his par- ,
marriage by him. She selected for abeth Rogers. ert E. Cannon n, son of Mr. and thoughtfulness, and beautiful ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Car- GRENSTAMf
her wedding a gown of pure silk The bride's book was kept by Mrs. R. E. Cannon of this city flowers during the illness and michael, Friday night and Satur- with these Coupons 1
organza and Chantilly lace. The Miss Priscilla Cox, sorority sisterof on June twelfth in Porto Rico. loss of our loved one, Lura John- day.Mr.
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fitted Dior bodice had a scalloped the bride. The bridebook table Airman and Mrs. Cannon left son. May God bless each and every and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof
Sabrina neckline enhanced with held the lighted anniversary candle Friday for Roosevelt Road, Porto one of you. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.
iridescent sequins' and outlined encircled with fern and pink Rico, where he is stationed with The Lura Johnson Family W. M. Carmichael last week. GREENsTAMf.

with tiny seed pearls. The tapered carnations. the United States Navy after dpi w..
lace sleeves ended at the wrist Providing music for the recep- visiting his parents. '--' wa wvf
in calla lily points. The front of tion was Miss Connie Pepera of 50 Extra ZVf Green Stamps
the gown had a panel of lace beginning Madison and sorority sister of the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
House For GREN
at the waist and endingat bride. Open Two ZO-oz. BOTTLE or sTAMIM
the hem.The voluminous chapel The bride graduated from Su- O. 1\1. T odds Sunday Thrifty Maid Catsup
train was a double tier of lace wannee High School in 1959 and Sunday afternoon from three
T H E A R E arm
cooo THRU JUNK
ending in a scalloped pattern. The from Florida State University this until five o'clock Mr. and Mrs. ,
hand made double crown of hair past April with a degree in business O. M. Todd will be honored on '- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA AT ANY WINN-DIXIE GREEN
braid was outlined with pearls and a member of Phi Chi Theta, their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Phone 362-3111 .4 STAMOF "
was over a bouffant finger tip an honorary business woman's sorority at their home on the Adults 50c Children 20c wk wrfI
veil of pure silk illusion, this was and Alpha Xl Delta sorori Newbern Road, with Mrs. O'Don- Tar Included

specially created for the bride. ty.Mr. ald Hatch, Mrs. C. O. Palmer, Mrs. NEW SUMMER OPERATIONBOX
She carried a cascade bouquet of Campbell graduated from Edward Howland, Mrs. Homer OFFICE OPENS 1:45<< %g sTAMV1
stephanotis, white roses and Vero Beach High School in 1959, Goff, Mrs. Kenneth Baldwin, MOVIE STARTS 2:00 50 Extra*W Green Stamps
miniature carnations centered graduated from Florida State Mrs. G. H. Barineau and Mrs. Sunday 1:45<< Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF w.wv.
with white orchids and cattleya. University this past April with a Vincent Jones as hostesses.All ONt: Z.La. PK9.
The bride's mother wore a dressof degree in business and a major in friends and relatives are THRU SUMMER HOLIDAYS ONLY Grackin' Good Fig i Bars GREEN
lavender lace over taffeta with I marketing. He is a member ofYesterday cordially invited. STAMM!
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY GOOD THRU JUNt 1 TNAT
JUNE 26-27
ANY WINN-DIXIE w4""
the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. WILLIAM CAMPBELL 2 tflyflrwyM d
Following a trip to Gatlinburg, '-
In
Tenn., and other points of inter- 1TAMfr GREEN?
'I;':.. _, est they will make their home in THE YOUNG RACERSAlso
Jacksonville where Mr. CampbellIs t 1 wa wvf

a trainee of Genuine Parts af Green Stamps'
CARTOON NEWS
Company.Out
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF i GREf N.
of town guests were Rev. STAMY.ONt
and Mrs. Hazel Woodward and FRIDAY. JUNE 28 KING SIZE TUSKColgate

is still daughter Sherry of Madison, Toothpaste g
Carl Bevis of Madison Mr. and DOUBLE FEATURE GOOD THRU 4UMK THAT t
Mrs. J. C. Clayton and Charles CHUBBY CHECKERS <
ANY WINN-DIXIE l
Tomorrow and Beverly Clayton of Decatur. 3 d _

Ga.. Miss, Mrs.Donna Mary Magam Paxton of Jacksonville Mrs.- DON'T KNOCK( THE TWIST Ki'B : wa wvfd

Len Moyer and Miss Jim
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Johnson of Columbia, S.C., Frank ee.r. iTAM 1T

? Castleberry of Birmingham, Ala., PANDA AND THE 51 Extra*W Green Stamps
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Castleberry wa wvf t.
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DEEP SEAFISHING THE THREE DOUBLE FEATURE STOOGESIN 58 Extra*W Green 1 Stamps GREE/wtfiWEI .

Just because you bought a Lilliston last year or the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF /TAMOl.

year before, doesn't mean that you're a forgottenman. ORBIT Two Pice. FROZEN PAN-REat wa u.e
From
Far from it. Lilliston is just as interested in Steinhatchee Feature No. 2- Shrimp Creole

the equipment they've sold as they are in that they Fla.on OOD THRU JUNE tiTH aaEN1TAMM

will sell. That's why every Lilliston product is THE HELLIONSAlso AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

backed not only by your dealer but also by Lila "The WINNER" S w Ova

liston's own field men and the finest service and SEA HOUND NO. 13 CARTOON
in the business. 65 Feet Long GREENfTAMV
engineering departments They even_
18 Feet Wide SUNDAY-MONDAY, JUNE 30-JULY 1 w.
send research analysts and field counselors out .
Coast Guard Inspected w. w t OWE
regularly to keep tabs on Lilliston performance, Lounge room &: Snack bar JOCK MAHONEYCAUF1RNIA 54 Extra%VC Green Stamps ,

make sure it's doing all they said it would do.Where- Leaves Taylor's Dock at WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF GREEN

ever a Lilliston implement is concerned, yesterdayis 7:30 a.m. flu to-oz. PK... FROZEN STAMf a

still tomorrow. We all make sure of that. *'- Returns 5 to 6p.m. Aslor Green Peas wf,4.E

Also GOOD THRU JUNK HTM 4

The Lilliston Peanut Combine $5.00 per Person CARTOON NEWS AT ANY WINN-DIXIE GREEN

$1.00 for Rod & Reel 6
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY JULY 2-3
"j famous for peanut profits- suMas&LA

wherever in the w'oNdaeanuts are grown ,- Trips open to individuals DOUBLE FEATURE

Ljlliston Peanut Equipment Is produced by Li'fiston' Implement Co.,manu. Sat., Sun. and Holidaysfor WALT DISNEY'SLEGION r j fTAMw '
lactuiers Cl world-famous rotary cutters and the amazing RoICng Curator.: OF LOPOIN
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EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963

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'12 County- Students. tKWKFIMLY If .J.m 1110.1111I 1 Answers Are Needed Note 'I l jumping- 'sack racing and many on the "'avi ge." the assessor

ether events planned. The Hamilton -

Make Deans List MAYBE V/EfiHOULPNY LET ME JUKCE&PLANKXAOH Automation and its effect on right compulsory arbitration", but County '4-H Club win provide said.Gray said he assesses all cut-

TWaOWCUTTOESE IiAYE .OICORATM WALL MAP the unemployment picture are of would tend to produce **a breakin ** shrub and
timberland
f chasing
oLYWnoD Arty QaD1H a greased pig or over
Florida State University in serious concern to leaders in business present rigidities, more give
D6 5CRAP5 CAN UG and catching", Miss Boltin said. swamp, at an acrosstheboardrate
announced this IN APRQEGT t labor and government. and take a rebirth of real collective -
Tallahassee *UpR ., + The public is invited to bring of $5 regardless of where it
I week that 12 students from Su- FOR .6 What 1s the best answer? bargaining in arriving at felt
MY RAQ4A basket lunches for dinner on the may be located. He said he
waanee County had been namedto One answer of obviously tem- mutually satisfactory agree-
ground, the program director an that these lands are virtually useless -
the Dean's List for outstanding i porary nature, is the "make- ments."
6 .r nounced. until they are cleared or re-
scholarship during the second work" or "featherbedding" espou- Whatever answer the experts Community Band forested.

sed labor unions. This is settle two facts
trimester. by many on, stand clear
The out that
After lunch the Suwannee Area assessor pointed
The 10 students from Live the practice of keeping an em- and indisputable: "featherbed-
: Community Band, organized by out of 438,000 acres of land in su-

Oak are Peggy L. Bass, Priscilla 1tEMAPamtE5 :!::.. ploye busy for no productive pur- ding" and "make-work" have no bandmasters from Live Oak, wannee County 200.000, approxi-

Cox Lois J. Holmes, Marion SCRAP AWPJJ65AVP1OES. / .: ; pose, just so he can stay on the place in a progressive, competitive -
.
schools mately, are planted in forests and
.CCUKTOES. MAYBE ::::;: Branford, and Jasper -
Alice Leonard, Dorothy L. Lord, Watt payroll even after the need for industry; and industrywidework
R484TED It CR ACTUAL H. E. Grant, Oscar Munch and 150,000 in cultivated land. These
Melinda Ann Lundy James T. ON. him has been eliminated by stoppages can seriously crip-
MAP CAN BE PASTED
--n lands
assessed at
J i..... Harvey E. Oehlert Jr. will present are an averageof
McDonald, Mary Maude Mills, / MOUNT SCRAPS "rcea : changes in procedure, product or ple an industry, and therefore
& out- $10 an acre. The other large
i IJTJDEO 10 WAI.L FOR : a concert on the shady,
and Charles E. Vann. The oth- r machinery. everyone in the industry work-
$ -
,s.na. cow 3 WaiStOHAL EFFECT SCBAt door stage overlooking the his- block Is "waste" lands swamps
er two students both from Mc- n +oawaaoKiwanis s Newspapers long have been ers and management alike. shrub and cut-over timberland
toric Suwannee made famous by -
Alpin, are Tina L. Fletcher and plagued with operators working What is really needed most Stephen Foster's music. which total 80,000 acres, approxi

,Mary E. Haas. fPee Wee' Here And There diligently to put words into metal vitally is an atmosphere of mu- Congressman Fuqua will speak mately.

r type, only to dump the whole tual trust and sincerity when
and son, defined
Curtis C. Mayfield after the concert. Gray personal; propertyas
Baseball Game Set shebang when they're throughand labor and management meet to
Bill of San Antonio Tex., spenta More music from North Florida any form of equipment that

County Nurse Attends'Premature' The annual Klwanis"Pee week in Fort Lauderdale with start over, because the typeto settle disputes. singing groups and from the band does not carry a state tag, live-

SeminarMiss Wee" baseball game is scheduled Mr. Mayfield's mother, Mrs. Irene be used in the paper alreadyhas -Jackson. County. Floridan will follow, Miss Boltin said after stock, and the personal propertyof

for Monday following a Mayfield. His daughter, Miss Janet been set much faster and which the watermelon cutting is all railroads and public utilities -

Wynyard Williams, regis- wiener roast and soft drink Mayfield who spent the past more accurately by automatic No. 1 scheduled with free melon for that are not classed as land

tered nurse and supervisor at the supper at the Recreation Cen- school year with her grandmotherin processes. added. the entire gathering."We and buildings.
Suwannee County Hospital attended Railroads too faced with
are
Fort Lauderdale will accom- County fairs were revived here have planned an all-day Businessmen submit returns to
seminar in ter.The
a "premature" supper will begin at 5 pany them back to San Antonio. serious "featherbedding" prob- in 1935 and except for the war program which provides fun for the assessor on the value of their
Miami with
recently along nurses p.m. at the Center. Afterwards, They all arrived in Live Oak last lems. June 13 was the deadlinefor years Suwannee County has en- the whole family," Miss Boltin fixtures and inventories and they
from Florida Georgia and Ala-
bama. the Kiwanians will meet the Thursday and spent three days a settlement of a dispute between joyed an annual fair. The event said. "We hope that youngstersand are assessed at 50 per cent, he

.4 The seminar was conducted to youngsters in the annual fun- here with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Day and railroad five train-operating unions here is recognized as one of Flor- older folks too. will wear said.Gray

better acquaint hospital staff with filled game in which plastic and Mrs. Maude Day. management repre- ida's better and more stable year- colorful costumes and join in the also noted that intangible

balls and bats will be used. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crews and sentatives on this vital question.If ly events.I many events planned to comme- personal property is also taxed.
latest methods in caring for
pre- is
settlement reached
Following' the "PeeVee" Brenda Pamela and no morate Day and This property includes bank deposits -
mature infants. Lecturers stressed daughters, was one of those serving as our Independence
there probably will be a paralyzing -
that premature infantscan game, the first Little League Judy, have returned home after an official of the fair in 1935 and Stephen Foster's Birthday." certified checks bills o!

many contest of the season will get spending a week in Atlanta, Ga. railroad strike which will except for the time spent in service exchange and drafts stocks and
with in hospitalsand
proper care benefit and will harm
no one
underway. The public is invited. their house guest bonds accounts mortgages receiv-
They have as during World War n have
at home after their
discharge
countless millions did
just
-
as
No. 3
.
this week Mrs. Crews' sister, had an active part in sponsoringthese able and other intangibles.The .
grow up to live normal lives. the newspaper blackout in New
Mrs. Hilton Meadows and son yearly events. owned by individuals. The com- tax collected on intangiblesthis
Miss Williams' trip was made
York
possible through the cooperationof May Traffic MishapsKill Rick, of Jay.Postal recently. Much progress has been made panies in order of their holdingsare year with an assessment of
Judge Samuel Rosenman Presi-
,
U. Continental Can International $7,398,918, was $8,829. Gray said.
and I foresee even greater shows ,
the Florida State Board of 130 Motorists dent Kennedy's appointee to head
in the ahead. Paper Buckeye Cellulose, and He explained that intangibles are
Health and the Suwannee County The Florida Highway Patrol an- Emergency Board 154 in the railroad years
Soar Henderson and Lumber. determined the state and -
Hospital. Receipts There is a core of men and Land by assessed
nounced today that 130 persons negotiations has said thatif
women in this county who have "All of the timber companiesare as to their market valueon
were killed in traffic crashes dur- Increase To $93,740Gross settlement is not reached, "the
1 of each
assessed at Jan.
for given the fair $10-$12 per acre year.
ing May in 36 of the state's 67 postal receipts collected only devices I know of (to prevent years county
their best efforts and to this dedicated -
Neely Buys Angus: BullD.
1 > counties. by the Suwannee County a nationwide rail tie-up)

W. Neely of Live Oak recently The list and the number killedin Postoffice totaled $93,740 at the would be some kind of arbitrationby group of fair advocates is

purchased an AberdeenAngusbull each follows: end 'of its fiscal year ending legislation, or the possibility of due the advancement made from

from Fred Benson Miller Jr., Alachua 4, Brevard 3, Brow- June 21, a 13.7 per cent Increase seizure." the meagre effort of 1935. NOTICECREWS

of Jacksonville. ard 9, Citrus 1, Collier I, Dade 11, over last year's receipts. The federal government is authorized Today emphasis is placed on

Duval 9, Escambia 2, Franklin 1, According to Postmaster Mrs. by law to seize railroads youth and an increasing numberof

Gadsden 1, Gulf 1, Hardee 1, Sara Rogers, the increase was to keep them operative during"a categories of the fair are now '

_ LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING Highland 3, Hillsborough 2, In- the highest recorded by the state of war". concerned with teaching boys ; GARAGEWILL
and the of better
girls
principles
dian River 1, Lafayette 1, and Postoffice in a number of years. The authority has been exer-
farming and home life. .
Lake 2. Gross figures for last year were cised four times ((1943 1946 1948 BE

Small or Large Areas Lee, 1, Leon 1, Manatee 3, $82,409, she said. and 1950 to 1952) and obviouslyhas That a county fair is a part of

CALL Nassau 1, Okaloosa 1, Okeecho- Mrs. Rogers pointed out that not solved any of the long- seems community well accepted.I life in this county CLOSED JULY 4 5 & 6

bee 1, Orange 5, Palm Beach 29, the five cent postage stamp that term questions. ,
think the people of Suwannee -
H. TURNER Pasco 3, Pinellas 7, Polk 3, Put- became effective in January Daniel P. Loomis, president of
County look forward to
nam 1, St. Lucie 3, Santa Rosa 2, accounts for a portion of this the Association of American Rail can To Give Our EmployeesA
963-2751 the 1963 event with anticipationand
Night Seminole 6, Sumter 1, Suwannee increase. However, the biggest roads suggests a preferable alternative -

Day 963-2373 I, Taylor 2, and Volusia 6. portion of the $11,231 increase of making the recom- pride Short Vacation

or writeP. came from increased postaluse mendations of presidential emer-

O. Box 475 A minute lost at the railroad particularly from the grow gency boards final and binding on No. 2 OPEN AGAIN MONDAY,

WELLBORN, FLORIDA crossing- may add 50 years to ing industry in the county, she the disputing parties.He of the program."

-.. your life.DINNERS said.At contends this is not "out- Games and contests come next, JULY

----- ---- the end of the fiscal year with greased pole climbing, three-

ending in 1961. gross receipts FROG LIKES MOVING TARGETA legged races, horse shoe pitching I

< a oe0 e totaled $79,156. Ten years ago bull will
w< ij frog try to swallow
in 1953, however, these receiptswere NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR ty. Florida.
almost anything that moves including hand Clerk of tit
TRADE NAME LAW WITNESS my as
only $51,724, the postmaster insects, mice, and even Public NoticesIN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Circuit Court and the seal of said Courtin
pointed out.STUDENTS I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Live Oak Snwannee Own*?. Florida
1 birds, the National Geographic pursuant to the fictitious on this -17th day of Jane A. D. 1963.SEAL .
r Magazine-'says.However name statute. Chapter 2096S. or Section ( )
SEND BOOKS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF 865.09, Florida Statutes 1>41. will VAUGHN A. SB66JON8
scientists have observed SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN register with the Clerk of the Circuit Clerk Otrimtt Of
Thanks to pupils at Madison that the creature, when surrounded RE: The Estate of Court in and for Suwannee County Suwannee Cemty. FforMa

INCLUDE High School Vienna. Va., the by immobile bisects, will ELMER ELMER SVOBODA L. SVOBODA also known as Florida, upon of this receipt notice of proof the fictitiousname of publication 6.9

National Geographic is being sent starve rather than strike at a Deeeaaed. to-wit: NOTICETO
ri i CREDITORS FURNITURE CO. WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE TO OWENS
to 36 schools
and libraries in
still target. t>.'!
r take notice that
All creditors of the Estate of Elmer under which I will engage in basinets.I You will please
STONE CRAB .... $2.50 TURTLE STEAK. $2.50r Pakistan. Svoboda also known as Elmer L. Svoboda expect to engage in business in undersigned W. V. Hunter and t'*
and
The youngsters have been deceased are hereby notified and Branford. Florida and my address is Su- wife Lee Ona Hunter, husband
NICKNAMED
BOILED SHRIMP. 2.50 SHRIMP BASKET.. 2.50 required to file any claims or demands wannee Avenue. wife are engaging and will engage in
r
sending books and school sup- London "bobbies" trace their which they may have against said Estate The extent of ownership is entire. a retail mercantile business handif-g
-Enough For Two- -Salad, FF, Drink- of the County Judgeof MELVIN H. OWENS furniture and other merchandise n-wand
plies to Pakistan since 1961 when nickname to Sir Robert Peel who in the office the
Suwannee County, Florida, in the Dated this 3rd day of June A.D. 1963. used, at Live Oak. Florida in
BEST FOOD ON THE RIVER i Bashir Ahmad the famous Pak- was responisble for the Metropolitan Court House at Live Oak Florida, within MELVIN H. OWENS name of HUNTER'S FURNITURE tf

istani camel driver, visited their Police Act of 1829. six calendar months from the date i 4-7 STORE and wffl file a registration by Section -
first publication of this Notice; said fictitious name as required
of the
Air school. Bashir, who came to the which is the 20th.. day of June. 1963. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, 865.09 Florida Statutes.

11 Open AJJ.-T & T RESTAURANT Condition United States as a ,guest of Vice Among the Bushmen of South- must Each etate claim the must place be of in residence writing and and IN,AND FLORIDA.FOR SUWANNEE IN PROBATEIN COUNTY designed Said business as an estate fa owned by the by entirey the '(;'1-

12 Mid- President Lyndon B. Johnson told West Africa, a boy is not consid-I poet office address of the claimant and RE: The Estate of Dated this ,June 10. 196W .

night STEINHATCHEE ing the students it would be nice if ered a man and cannot marry must be sworn to by the claimant his HOWARD L. McKINNON LEE. V.ONA HUNTER HUNTER 1
be Deceased.
and must ;
,
his attorney
agent, or
Pakistani children could learn until he has stalked and killed a filed in duplicate or it will become NOTICE TO CREDITORS 6-8 __ ,
AD creditors of the Estate of How- _
English. large animal.Venezuela's void according to law.KAREL
game E. SVOBODA ard L. MeKinnon deceased are hereby NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION
. ANNA PARYZEK notified and required to file any claims COUNTY TAX ROLL

BARGES .HAUL PYRAMIDS Angel Falls which Executors of the Last Will and or demand which they may have against Notice is hereby given that win meet the i
Testament of Elmer Svoboda. also said estate in the office of the County County Assessor of Taxes
The huge blocks of granite plunges more than 3,000 feet, was known as Elmer L Svoboda, de Judge of Suwannee County, Florida, in with the Board of Coaaty Commissioners -
INVITATIONS House at Live Oak, Florida, of Suwannee County, Florida at the
used to build Egypt's great ceased. the Court
pyra- discovered in 1935 when Am-
an within eix (6) calendar months from Clerk's Office in Live Oak at 10:00 ..m
.; mids were hauled by barge on the erican soldier of fortune named 6-9 i the date of the first publication of this July 2nd., 1963. for the purpose *,*
Nile River from Aswan to Cairoa INVITATION TO BID notice. Each claim or demand must be hearing complaints and receiving test'
Jimmy Angel flew the Carrao ,
'tWeddin'g-Reception Tea up Sealed bids will be received by the filed in duplicate in writing and must mony as to the valve of any property
500-mile Journey. River searching for gold. Suwannee River Authority in the office state' the place of residence and post real or personal, as fixed by the County
of the secretary on the second office address of the claimant and Assessor of Taxes or perfecting renewing -
ENGRAVED OR HEUOGRAVED floor of the County Courthouse Live must be sworn to by the claimant, his and equalizing the assessmentof
':J- > Oak Florida, until 10:00 a.m. Eastern agent, or his attorney or it will be- said County for the year of 1968.
Standard Time. Monday, July 1. 196$, come void according to law. Board of Cevaty Commissioncn
tc .' at which time all eligible bids will be HELEN J. MeKINNON Suwannee County, Florida
'-.. read aloud,. for the following project: Administratrix ATTEST:
Have several 1 for the Suwannee 4-7 Laure B. Roberse Chairman
% first sell 100.000 maps :
to .... Clerk
mortgages .
", -** WIDE ASSORTMENTS TO River Authority, in accordance with Lavaughn A. Sea.
specifications. NOTICE TO DEFENDIN Wm. Hubbard Gray Assessor
at Par. Set Complete specifications may tie ob- THE NAME OF 6-7
CHOOSE FROMMcCRIMON'S up on monthly payments. tained at the office of the secretary.The THE STATE OF FLORIDA: _
Authority reserves the right to TO Andrew Burke; Fred Burke; Rollo NOTICETO
reject any or all bids received and to Burke; Samuel Burke; Marcy Burke : LESTER RAY FLOYD
I Payment Guaranteed. If interested call, accept a bid in the best interest of the Mitchell and husband. Tony Mitchell -',' You are hereby notified that the following ) -
motor vehicle: 19 tCnevroefModel
Authority. each of whose address is on-
AU bids should be marked "Bid on known. C and C, Serial No. SCtttPltl440
printing maps to be opened 10:00 a.m.. You and each of yon are hereby will be sold at public sale at 1;M o'
OFFICE SUPPLY i July I, 1963." notified that a suit in equity has been clock on the 8th dy of July 1963 ofMott
SAM KOFF Suwannee River Autohrity brought against you by B. W. Deese and Buick Company.
By JOHN a CAMP his wife. Gladys B. Deese. in The Circuit The proceeds of the sale win be applied .-,
LIVE OAK, FLORIDAWARD'S Chairman Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in first to the payment salethe eot
Florida, and' retaking storing, and sai-i 1
6-7 and for Suwannee County of
.' at Gibbs Co. yon are hereby summoned ordered and motor vehicle and the est of publication -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS required to file your written Answer or of notice of sal and then to t h.;
OR TRADE NAME LAW defenses to the complaint filed herein satisfaction of the bs... due und to
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: against you in the above entitled cause the contract with Leaser Ray Floyd
3622235A Notice is hereby given that the undersigned in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Deck RdU Tenn., eoverlag the financing
pursuant to the fictitiousname Court in and for Snwannee County of said motor vft eJe. Any enrphis w !II:<
II III" 1111I" statute. Chapter !20953 or Section Florida, at his office in the Court House be paid to you and you' will remain h-
ENTERPRISES INC. 65.09.. Florida Statutes 1941. will in Live Oak. Florida, on or before Monday able for any balance remaining unpaId i
register with the Clerk of the Circuit July Und. 19(3 and serve a copy under the said contract.GMAC. .
Court in and far Suwannee County of such Answer or defenses upon J. L.
Florida upon receipt of proof of pub- BlaekweU plaintiffs Attorney herein' VaUosta, Georgia
P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD, FLORIDA Thought For TodayBy lication of this notice the fictitious whose address is Live Oak. Florida on 7_____
name to-wit: or before said date as required by the
BRODY 0. HARRIS Branford Gas A: Electric Company laws of Florida 1954 Florida Rules of INVITATION TO BID
i under which I will engage in business.I Civil Procedure. If you fail to do so Sealed proposals will to reMInd Lithe
Manufacturers and Distributors "' i "Who lives content with little expect to engage in business in decree pro confesio will M entered City Council of abs City of Ln-
possesses everything H "
the contained in at the City *
for Florida
Branford. Florida and my address is against you reason Oak. : pay
v % m Branford Florida. the complaint.You 10*0 a. n.. E. S. T. July St. Itn.
<; To be content in the sense that we learn to accept The extent of ownership is entire.W. are further notified that the nature which time bids win he onejed and
of this suit is to foreclose a mortgage read aloud. ifor teral "g ar-i
Complete Mixed,Fertilizers Anhydrous Ammonia our limitations and hence feel no resentmentor R. MAYNARD puMWy materials f. rand
1963. given to plantiffs by Cherry A. the f follows
A.D. delivering
or of Dated this 5th day of June
envy others Is a happy trait. For there Is W. R. MAYNARD Miller, now deceased and recorded in te the City of Live Direct Application Nitrogen Solution c ,$ no peace of mind in being covetous of another's S-8 mortgage book 93, pages 22323. and 1. It.... Hnear feet of ate Inch capiron
possessions. also a mortgage given to plantiffs by pipe and other water line a; -

,e. z However IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, the said Cherry A. Miller in her lifetime )8rteuaJICee.Z. .
,
;. we might take slight exception to the IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, recorded in Mortgage book 89. n.... linear feet of two loch and
GET TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE .. j' above quotation In so far as It might suggest that FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN pages 1801. of the public records of smaller galvanised stel .....
S\ we forego ambitions and goals in order to avoid the RE: The Estate of Suwannee County Florida, upon the 3. 18 east iron manhole frames and

frustrations which go hand in hand with achieving ROBERT R BROWN. following described real estate to-wit: covers.
deeumen'wm -
the Southeast and contrast
of
Deceased. The Northwest Quarter Specifications
those goals. A state of lethargy which might be NOTICE TO CREDITORS Quarter and the Southwest Quar be open to public taaneetton at th.'
CALLUS FOR PROMPT DELIVERY $ mistaken for contentment, can never bring con All creditors of the Estate of Rob- ter of the Northeast Quarter less one office of the City Clerk, LK Oak. Flor-
tentment in the true of the word. ert R. Brown. deceased are hereby acre In the Northeast corner thereof Ida, or may he obtain*! frasn Smith
sense
.. 935-2101 notified and required t. file any claimsor of Section 31, in Township 2 South. and Gfllespfe ....... I a*, P. O I'x
776-2191 demand which they may have against Range 14 East, containing acres 1048. Jacksonville 1. FlorMa, at T'

FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor said estate in the Office of the County more or less, in Suwannee County cha..e.Bf.
'- Judge of Snwannee County Florida, in Florida. mast be accompanied Vy a er
the Court House at Live Oak. Florida, The name of the Court in which this tilled check or M4 ho.d ta an amour'
Otto Dicknian David Maxwell Johnny Goff Suwannee County Residents within six (6) calendar months from snit has been instituted is the Circuit not less than ten per Met of the bid
the date of the first publication of this Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in No Hd may be withdrawn for n pencilof
County. Florida, and SO days after the scheduled do!iT..;
Salesman notice. Each claim or demand must be and for Suwannee
Sales Manager SalesmanFor filed in duplicate in writing and must the abbreviated title of this case is B. time for the receipt of .....
SUWANNEE state the place of residence and post W. Deese and wife, Gladys B. Deese The Owner reserves the right to r'>
FUNERAL HOME office address of the claimant and -vs- The Estate of Cherry: A. Miller Sect any or aB bids and to waive J'-

must be sworn to by the claimant, his deceased et. aLIt formalities.
fast economical service his attorney or it will becomem"sMARY is hereby ordered tact this order s/Venar Bnte*. PreaWent
repair on all your farm equipment agent, or
BRODY of the OK Wc\, et the
C. HARRIS void law and notice shall be published once a ?
bring it to our shop. Phone 7762181. We manufacture JL HOPES BROWN week for four consecutive weeks (four A'ITESTty Gf Live Oak Florida
Licensed Funeral ia The Democrat -
Director Executrix publication) Suwannee
SPRAYERS, FARM TRAILERS, CULTIVATORS and COUL 625 S. Ohio El LEO VANNExecutor a newspaper published In Live Oak ./ Harvey W. Perry
TERS. AvePhone 362-1746 Suwannee County Florida, and having City Qerk

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By CHARLES PULLEY, Director .I

J I I Saturday is the last day to sign addition to this fee those students
F
t up for all of the baseball leagues.All taking the Senior course must buya
registrations must; be in by Red Cross text book. The cost
Saturday players be assigned of this book will be Those
so may $1.26.
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 27 1963
,
VOL. 79, NO. 7
to teams. No one will be taking the Junior course will not
allowed to register after Satur- have to purchase a book. The:
Williams-Buchanan day. The final teams will be made Junior course is for persons 12
1 News From Branford Branford up Friday for all leagues and thru 15 years of age, and the
I Rehearsal Dinner HeldThe league play will begin Monday Senior course is for those 16 yearsof

rehearsal dinner for the PersonalsDr. July 1.Adult. age and over.
Williams-Buchanan wedding par- swimming lessons began Arts and Crafts are now being
BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS ty was held Saturday night June Wednesday afternoon at 5:30. taught at the Recreation Cents-
22, at the home of the groom's and Mrs. John Philpot of Anyone desiring to participate in each morning at 1:30. Anyone interested -
mother Mrs. Lois Williams Jacksonville visited relatives in these lessons may come to the I may come to the Center
Men's Club To Hear Engagement Announced The living room and dining Branford Sunday afternoon.Mr. swimming pool at 5:30 Wednesday and participate.All .
room were attractively decoratedand and Mrs. A. Perry Geiger and register at that time. persons interested in ten-
Law,. Insurance TalksThe k d y 9,'. Sr': r XoY.4 an arrangement of pink glad- visited Mrs. Geiger's parents in The fee for these classes will be nis lessons please contact the-

Branford Area Men's ioli and white mums was placedon Sopchoppy over the week end. the pool admission fee of thirty Recreation Department as soon
Club win hold its regular the TV. The dining table was Boyce McQueen of Jacksonville cents for each lesson. as possible.
monthly meeting Monday night covered with a white linen cloth visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hatch Diving lessons are being given The Live Oak-Suwannee Ce n-
July 1, at 8 pjn. in the Wom- and held an arrangement of and family over the week end. each Saturday morning at 9 in ty Recreation Department has
an's Club House. white gladioli and mums. Lt. and Mrs. Charles D. Wil- the Municipal Swimming Pool. been in operation since 1955.
This will be the first meeting r Card tables were set up in the liams Jr. and son of Columbus Anyone desiring these lessons What do you know about its facilities -
presided over by Graham Owen n living room where everyone gath- Ga., visited their parents over must register with the Recrea- programs and policies?
newly installed president. ered after being served buffet the week end and attended the tion Department prior to taking .
Owen is the vice president of style. wedding of Colin Williams and the lessons.
the Branford State Bank and About thirty guests attended.Out Miss Shirley Buchanan. Junior and Senior Life Saving Odom-Collins Wedding
has become very active in all / I of town guests includedRev. Miss Hilda Jones of F. S. U. returned classes will begin July 15 and
community activities since mov- .i and Mrs. John Martin and home last week to spend will continue for three weeks. Slated For Beacliville
ing here from Palatka.R. b : t7j1YV : ".'.1' I Kay of Newberry Lt. and Mrs. i the summer with her parents, These classes will be held four The wedding of Miss Linda
M. Chandler, program >: Charles D. Williams Jr. of Columbus Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones. days a week and students will Gaye Odom and Gerald Collins of
chairman, announced that the : ;\ Ga., and C. D. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Parker and swim two hours each day. The fee I Jacksonville will be held in the
program. will cover various father of the groom-elect, of New- Pat and Mr. and :Mrs. Graham for these classes will be $6. In I Advent Christian Church at
phases of law and insurance. :.:11 berry. Owen and son, recently spent a Beachville, Sunday June 90, at
Ernest Sellers, attorney of Live : Mrs. Sarah Cox of Lake City week in the mountains in Columbus -I Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Hall and 2:30 p.m.
Oak, and E. B. Goss Jr., special and Mrs. V. M. Moses assisted N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Parker daughter of Largo spent last A reception will follow at the
agent for the Florida Inspection ? i with the serving. traveled on to Tennessee to visit I week here with Mr. and Mrs. C. home of the bride's parents, Rev.
and Rating Bureau will be the I Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Powell. Theyall H. Brooks. and Mrs. Marvin Odom.
principal speakers. returned home Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall of The wedding was prevtotwiy
The new officers urge all Cindy Ware, Six and Mrs. Tommie Minter Largo were Friday visitors of Mr. scheduled to be held in the Burlington -
members and prospective mem- Mr. and Mrs. O. Z. Jones, Miss and Mrs. C .H. Brooks. Church of Christ.
bers to attend. Supper will be ." Celebrates Birthday | Minnie and Fannie Duncan, Mr.
served promptly at 8 p.m. Cindy Ware daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Ouida
and Mrs. W. S. Ware, celebratedher Fletcher Mrs. Thelma Fletcher, CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
a. sixth birthday Monday June Mrs. L. A. Sims, Mrs. Leona Gunter ENGINEERSFOR
USE 24, at her home.A Mrs. G. C. Butler Mrs. Allen
train and butterfly motif was Price and Mrs. A. O. Dorsett attended LP OR NATURAL GAS
..s carried out. The birthday cake the flower show and visited We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
FUCO was in the shape of a butterflyand the green houses at Raiford blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
for LP and Natural Gas.
was decorated in Thursday.Mr. .
pink and We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
Brand green and sprinkled with silver and :Mrs.Israel McCall have customer prefers.
Mr.
and Mrs. Luttral Suggs of Branford announce the engage-
just returned from a two weeks SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
ment and approaching marriage of their daughter Rebecca Lorice shot.Favors
of balloons suckers and visit with their son-in-law and
InsecticideFOR to Albert W. Sikes son of Mrs. W. A. Sikes of Branford on Saturday candy were presented to the ten daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Har- W. C. COPELAND JR.
June twenty-ninth at eight o'clock at the Burlington Churchof guests present. ris, in White Plains, N. Y. They ,
Christ, near Branford.A Mrs. Ware was assisted by Janie also enjoyed sight seeing while HUnter 3.2218 Madison, Florida
reception will-follow at the home of the bride's parents. No Johnson. I there.
BEST RESULTS
invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invitedto

attend. -.... ........,

i Miss Suggs. HonoredMiss GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE'S BIGGEST EVENT !

MOVEDGriff's Lorice Suggs, brideelectof
Saturday. June 29, was honored r
with a miscellaneous showerat

the home of Mrs. Nora Brad- w..... F Y an. fi ;We've, slashed prices! Pulled our supply :
ley Friday night. June 21. '
Machine .out of the stock for immediate:
Shop Games were played and prizes :: t Mt N room '
.," -- were given to the winners.
-' -. -""t.--- The refreshment table was'' attractively sale! .Year's..lowest .prices on, most
Now Located In Back Of The decorated with a white
cloth and held an arrangement of cA ; .. Items. All sizes available. WhitewaMs

SUWANNEE STORE BUILDING pink roses and silver fern. The 'v,
gift table was decorated with pink and blacks. Tubeless'and

crepe paper.
Telephone 9353681R. The bride-elect opened her tubetype.Ve're

many lovely gifts after which refreshments :
clearing out our complete -
of punch, open face
C. GRIFFITHBranford sandwiches nuts and mints were
served. El r stock of these

Florida Hostesses were Mrs. Bradley s
great tire buys on a
Mrs. Carl Peterson, and Mrs. Wat-
son Sikes.
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For her daughter's wedding O'Steen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foye W. O'Steen, and
,: : Mrs. Page chose an aqua sheath Lewis Lawaine Thomas, son of Rev. and Mrs. L. M. O AVAILABLE TO PRESENT CHARGE

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with matching accessories and a ring ceremony was the bride- daughter's wedding, a sheath of
lavender corsage. groom's father, assisted by the pure silk beige accented with a
Mrs. Sam L. Jones, grandmother Rev. H. M. Long. jewel neckline set-in elbow
of the bride, wore a pale blue The white background for the sleeves and a blouson bodice. Her
lace dress with matching acces- ceremony was enhanced with accessories were of beige and HERE'S HOW IT WORKSWhen
sories and a lavender orchid cor smilax, floor basekts of gladioli, taupe. She wore a corsage of pink

sage.Mrs. pom pons, and chrysanthemums. cymbidium orchids.
James Presley Register, Casting a soft glow over the wed- Mrs. Thomas chose a navy two opening the account, you state the
grandmother of the bridegroom, ding party were the cathedral piece shantung dress with white
wore an aqua taffeta dress with tapers" branched candelabras. accessories and a purple cymbi- amount of monthly payment you wish to

matching accessories and a corsage Providing the nuptial music dium orchid corsage. make. This will entitle you to a total creditof
of cymbidium orchids. Mills, organist, and Mr. and Mrs. O'Steen enter-
were Billy
ML Olive Church Setting For Nuptial,Vows The Educational Building of Miss Bonnie Lambert, both of this tained with a reception followingthe six times that amount.

the church was the setting for Lambert "Al- wedding at the Community
Of Mahle Annette Page And James Albert Purvis city. Miss sang I
the reception following the cere- ways", "Because", "Whither Thou Center. Each
The Mt. Olive Baptist Church was the setting for the mony. The room was decorated Goest", and "The Lord's Prayer". Assisting were Miss Jo Ann month you will receive a statementof

wedding ceremony uniting in marriage Miss :Mable An- with arrangements of white gladi- Mr. O'Steen gave his daughterin Thomas of Branford, Mrs. Way- your account, showing charges, pay-
nette Page of Lake City, the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. oli and chrysanthemums, tall marriage. She selected a tra- mon McCray Mrs. Charles Put- ments and the balance
Otis Lafayette Page, and James Albert (Jimmy) Purvis, white tapers, and magnolia leaves. ditional gown of. Chantilly lace nal, Miss Barbara Kirby, and outstanding. By
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Presley Register of this The bride's table was overlaid and silk organza. The snug basque Miss Carolyn Platt of this city. comparing the balance of each statement
bouffant skirt with an imported cut-work cloth French cut neckline. For her wedding trip to Day-
of the gown. The bodice had a with the account limit set when the
city.Rev.. William H. Gray of this featured back interest of crystal and centered with the three- The long tapered sleeves endedin tona Beach and Tampa, the bride you
city, and life-long friend of the pleated nylon organza which tiered wedding cake topped witha Calla lily points over the wore a yellow linen suit, white account was opened, you then know just
bride, officiated at the double- terminated into a chapel train. miniature bride and groom un- wrists. The top tier of the two accessories and the orchid from how much "
ring ceremony on June 9 at four Her full fashioned veil of French der "an arch of flowers. An arrangement tiered bouffant skirt was of silk her bouquet. you are "open to buy.
o'clock in the afternoon. illusion bordered with Chantillylace of chrysanthemumsgraced organza with,organza bows at the They will make their home in
Forming the background for the was secured to a crown of one end of the table. scallops. The bottom tier of Chan- Tallahassee.
ceremony were palms, weeping seed pearls. She carried a lace- i Mrs. Page, mother of the bride, tilly lace terminated in a tapered Following the rehearsal on Fri-
willows, floor baskets of white covered white Bible adorned witha was assisted in greeting the guestsby train. Her finger tip veil of the day night, June seventh Mr. and
gladioli, crysanthemums, pompons purple-throated white orchid Mrs. Trudie Purvis of Rich- sheerest illusion was decorated Mrs. Thomas entertained with a 30-DAY CHARGE CUSTOMERSMay
and candelabras holding and lily of the valley streamers. mond, Va., and Mrs. James Pres- with seed pearls and caught to a supper in their home in the Alton
lighted cathedral tapers. Com- Matron of honor was Mrs. OrbieP. ley Register of this city. crown of seed pearls. The bride Community.
pleting the background was a Wooley of Jacksonville, sisterof The bride's book was kept by carried a bouquet of yellow roses, change to a Revolving Credit Agree-
prie-dieu flanked on either side the bride.Bridesmaids. Miss Joe Ann Raines of Jack- centered with a white orchid. ment and the
Here And use account as choose.
sonville. The table was overlaid There you
with lighted tapers. were Miss PenelopeAnn Attending the bride was Mrs.
The family pews were distinguished Stewart of Mulberry, class- with a white cut-work cloth and Vondelon Walker, cousin of the You may pay the account in full by the
with clusters of white mate of the bride, and Miss centered with a bud vase holdinga bride, matron of honor. Miss Lin- 10th of the
satin ribbon bows centered witha LaRita Joyce Tyre. single white carnation. Mrs. da Foye O'Steen, Miss Dereida Pvt. Roy Powers recently spent following month as usual or
single orange blossom. The bridal attendants wore Claude Brown, aunt of the bride, Kay O'Steen, Miss Paula O'Steen fourteen days with his mother make monthly payments in line with
While the guests were assemb- identical street length dresses of cut the cake.A Miss Sheila O'Steen, sisters of Mrs. C. G. Powers at Suwannee balance.
ling, Donald Williams, organist, lavender silk organza over taf- silver punch bowl was placedon the bride, and Miss Diane Broomof Springs. Pvt. Powers has been your
presented a program of nuptial feta fashioned with fitted bodices another table which was overlaid Winter Haven and niece of the transferred to Fort Polk, La.
music. Miss Marian Long of this featuring a front boat-neckline with a cut-work cloth. Mrs. bridegroom, bridesmaids.The Miss Virginia Pittman of Au- ,
city sang "Whither Thou Goest", leading to a deep V in the back Roy Douberly of Homestead, and matron of honor wore a gusta, Ga., spent two weeks with
"Walk Hand In Hand", and "The and silk organza draping softly ,Mrs. Ray Tyre served punch. As- seafoam green street length dressof her grandmother Mrs. C. G. Pow- SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT
Wedding Prayer". The traditional over the sleeveless shoulders. sisting were Miss Barbara Ann silk organza over rayon peau, ers at Suwannee Springs. Miss
wedding marches were used. Their nose tip veils were attachedto Cason, Miss Virginia Newson, Mrs. embroidered with a chain of Pittman is the daughter of Mrs. Monthly
The bride was escorted down lavender three-tiered bows. Billy Purvis, Mrs. J. L. Foster, white, green and yellow daisies Gladys Paramore of Live Oak. Balance Payment
the aisle by her father and givenin The matron of honor carried a :Mrs. Worth Long :Mrs. Edward and featured a sweetheart neck- Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Davis
marriage by him. For her wed- cascade bouquet of deep purple Collier and Mrs. James Page. line and set-in short sleeves. left Tuesday for Daytona Beachto $ 10- 60 $10
ding she selected a floor length I asters and the bridesmaids carried White net rice bags tied with The bridesmaids dresses were attend the funeral of Mrs. 6190 15
gown of Chantilly lace over bridal -I cascade bouquets of lavender lavender bows were passed by Miss in white and styled identical to Davis' uncle. Dr. and Mrs. Davis 91-120 20
satin fashioned with a fitted flowers. Annette Owens and Miss Deborah the matron of honor's, all wore will be away several days. 121-140 26SO-
bodice. The lace collar necklinewas Deborah Lynn Wooley of Jacksonville Lynn Wooley.For white crowns from which fell Mrs. Larry Block and children, 141-160
set off with seed pearls and niece of the bride, was her wedding trip to the short veils. The matron of honor Lance, Michael, and John, of 161-180 36
sequins. The long sleeves taperedto flower girl. She was dressed Smoky Mountains, Mrs. Purvis carried a bouquet of seafoam Gadsden Ala., are spending some 181-200 .
calla lily points over the wrists. similarly to the bridal attendants wore a pale blue and white two- green cymbidium orchids and time here with her parents, Mr. Over 40
The detail of the bodice was accented except her dress featured puff piece Jersey with matching acces- the bridesmaids yellow cymbidium and Mrs. O. W. Bernheim. 200 e-f Bal.
by the many tiny buttons sleeves, round neckline, and aUNTIL sories and the orchid lifted from orchids. Mr. and Mrs. John Pringle of

her bouquet. Dawn Gresham of Tallahassee, St. Petersburg spent the week
They will make their home at flower girl, wore a white dress. end here with her parents, Mr There will be a small service charge added each
1609 Pinewood Drive in Orlando Thomas Walker was ring bearer. and Mrs. Seldon McCUllers. month of 15c for each $10.00, figured on the
where is
he serving in the United .
I States Air amount of balance outstanding. For example,
Force as a special
medical technician at the Orlando bride Edward Perry, cousin of the RENEW YOUR if your monthly balance is $30, your service
served best Ushers
as man.
Air Force Hospital. DRIVERS LICENSES charge will be 45c.
were Randolph Williams, cousinof
Mrs. Purvis DURING THE MONTH
recently graduated the
bridegroom Charles Put-
PLEASEDON'T from Florida State OF YOUR BIRTHDAY
University nal, Hank Land, and Bubba 0'-
where she received her Bachelorof Steen, brother the bride. I REECE BROWN
of We will be
happy to how
Science in Nursing. COUNTY JUDGE explain a
Mrs.
O'Steen wore, for her

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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN

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visors principals and teachers. miles per gallon of gasoline.To Beulah dub To Hear
by t 1 Substitute teachers salaries are maintain these 56 buses and
by 1. included in this figure.In 18 other vehicles (total of 74), Address On WillsThe
ICAIDYTo
I Suwannee County DorrOH order for us to have our there are four full-time mechanicswith Beulah Community Im-
schools operate we must provide salaries ranging from a provement Club will hold its
school bus transportation for 2- maximum of $305.00 per monthto
meeting tonight (Thursday -
monthly :
School ProgramBy 407 students. To meet this need, a minimum of $255.00 per
NOTHING VOU XYJOULD ) at 8 p.m. at the Comity
we have budgeted for
$105,000 month.
U DERS7jfKOADEAR. \ Center.A .
1NnW operation of buses and for drivers While the majority of the bud-
EVERETT WILLIAMSON covered dish wttt be
salaries. supper
o get is spent for instructional sal-
o served prior to the program and
Superintendent of Schools The Suwannee County School aries and transportation, there is business meeting.
Board owns 56 buses. These vehicles another important segment -
- travel 2,579 miles per day maintenance. We have $62,620.00 Ernie Sellers, attorney is scheduled
The Suwannee County Board of instructional personnel.We 1.580 miles per month and 484.- in the budget for operation of the to discuss wills estates, and
Public Instruction is composed of have a total of 185 instruc- 220 miles per year. This total school plant. There are seven other legal matters.All .
five members. They are: Otto tional units. There are 128 white J mileage figure includes an op- maintenance personnel with mon- members are urged by President -
Dickman chairman V. V. Brim teachers which is 69 per cent of proximate figure of 20,000 miles thly salaries from $250.00 to Lloyd Allbritton to be present -
vice chairman, H. E. Vann, Thon- the instructional personnel. There for trips other than daily school $325.00. and participate in this Important
is Barnett, and L. M. Crews Jr. are 49 Negro teachers comprising bus runs. There are 12 custodians with and interesting dIMui-
The Board of Trustees is com- 26 per cent of the instructional sion.
The salaries for bus drivers monthly salaries ranging from a
posed of three members. They personnel. There are two super- range from a maximum of $170.00per maximum of $195.00 to a mini-
are: John Chambliss, chairman, visory units, one white General month to a minimum of $122.00 .- mum of $150.00.In 30 lunchroom personnel.In .
Jack Bispham, and Marion Park- Supervisor and one Negro Super- I'LL OKA'L I_I: OUST THOUGHT I per month for regular drivers. addition to these above men- addition to these there are
er.I visor. The other instructionalunits WORK COULD GIVE' YOU THE The county also must furnish tioned personnel there are 11 many part-time and sttbatttnte
have been asked to provide are related to administrative ITOUT. ; BENEFIT OF MY substitute drivers. secretaries with salaries from workers.
information concerning the basic positions such as principals, assistant UNEXPERtEKCE.groes \ The average mileage of school $300.00 to $130.00 per month. There are approximately 300
scope of the school program and principals, and teacher/ buses for transportation is 6.9 There are also approximately full-time employees.
some indication as to the costs principals.
involved. Florida law and State Board of --- -

The system is composed of ten Educations provide the basic legal
schools. There are eight white stipulation regarding the opera- I t 1
tion of schools
and instructional
schools and two Negro schools.
These ten schools are located on personnel.
eight different sites. The namesof Requirements for teaching certificates -
the schools, grades taught, and are set forth in the Laws
the enrollment figures for the and Regulations mentioned above. ...
first month of the current school Instructional personnel (teachers 'rcdbQtt.::
year are as follows: principals, and supervisors)
Suwannee High, I are classified, and hold teaching given a Continuing Contract. This for a percentage of 27 per AT SUWANNEE SERVE MORE DAIRY
grades 9-12 723 certificates of different rank. status eliminates the need for cent.There
Suwannee Jr. High, Briefly they are as follows: contracting year after year with are 13 Rank H CC-10 -
grades 7-8 348 Rank 6 less than 60 hours of teachers and also provides for teachers. Nine are white teachersfor VALLEY DAIRIES FOODS DURING JUNE
Nettie Baisden Primary college; more salary. a percentage of 69 per cent,
grades 1-3 564 Rank 5 based on 60 to 89 semester Suwannee County has 18 Con- and four are Negro teachers fora
Pine View Elementary, hours of college training; tinuing Contract, Rank m per- percentage of 31 per cent. Throughout June, in celebrationof
grades 4-6 563 Rank 4 90 or more semester sonnel. There are 13 white teachers The maximum monthly salary Dairy Month, we will be offering
Branford School hours of college training and less and five Negro teachers. Per- for a classroom teacher in Rank
grades 1-12 426 than a four year degree; centage wise, they are as follows: m status is $520.00. The mini- outstanding buys on all
Clayland Elementary Rank 3 based on 4 years of White, 73 per cent; Negro, 27 per mum salary for Rank n is $340.- ; your favorite dairy foods. Serve
grades 1-8 112 college with a Bachelors Degree 00 per month. ,
McAlpin Elementary (graduate certificate there are cent.The law provides for yet another The maximum monthly salary your family these refreshing, nutritious
grades 1-8 80 other provisions); type of contract. This is called for Rank n teachers is $550.00. often
treats ; save ,
money
Wellborn Elementary Rank 2 Generally based on a the CC-10, and is based on a Con- The minimum monthly salary for
grades 1-8 95 Masters Degree (Post Graduate tinuing Contract and 10 years of Rank n teachers is $375.00. too.
New Douglass School. Certificate); and continuous service. There are 47 The highest salary for a prin-
grades 1-12 977 Rank Advanced post gradu- white teachers in this status and cipal is $666.66 per month. The 4.!
O'Brien School, ate, based on a Doctors Degree. 20 Negro teachers. Percentagewise lowest salary for a principal is
grades 1-12 246 Suwannee County has 59 An- they are as follows: White, $433.33 per month.
The total number of students at nual Contracts, Rank m teachers. 70 per cent; Negro, 30 per cent. The highest salary for a teach- ..... C'O'O'I..0'F.FnW'I'T'H .....
the end of the first school month There are 44 white teachers There are 12 Rank II Annual er/principal is $580.00 per month. \
was 4,134. There were 2911 white and 15 Negro teachers in this Contract teachers. Ten of these The lowest salary for a teacher/ I : i z .
students and 1223 Negro students. category. Percentage wise, they are white for a percentage of 83 principal is $465.00 per month.
The total amount budgeted for are as follows: White, 74 per per cent, and two are Negroes fora None of these salaries include Md
school operation during the 1962- cent; Negro, 26 per cent. percentage of 17 per cent. the $400.00 per year for teachers ( '\ DELIGHTFULLY REFRESHING
63 school year is 154461700. Of After three years of satisfactory There are 12 Rank H Continu- receiving the Competence Award. : DIllY.. jE8BBBB8i85S8Btt _wa
this amount a total of 912046.00 service, teachers holding valid ing Contract teachers. Ten of May it be pointed out again
Is budgeted to pay the salaries of certificates based on a degree these are white for a percentageof I that a total of $912,046.00 was HOMOGENIZED GAL JUG.
teachers, principals, and other from a four year college, may be 83 per cent and two are Ne- budgeted for positions of super- C
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TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE

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Men's Softball League FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK. ResolutionWHEREAS
Regional Library
.
Advent Nine 8101 O SCIENTISTS DIFFER. ......-- -- God, In His infinite

Langford Upsets ON HOW WELL FISH CAN SEE F"JELCF wisdom has seen fit to can from Adds BookmobileIt

9 ONE THEORY IS THAT FISH VISION lEFr E'E our midst, to live in her Heavenly -

Westwood Overcomes Daniels HAVE GOOD CLOSEUP VISION MoNotutAR-VISION Home, Elizabeth P. Airth. and was announced by Miss

BUT SEE POOKLY AT A DISTANCE ) WHEREAS, Elizabeth P. Airth Elizabeth Ball, director of librar-

Langford Builders Supply mov- lead in the first on a home run SIPS VISION-FISH SEES -- -. FIELD COMMON OF was a beloved member of Suwannee ies, that the Suwannee River Re-
'
ed within one game of the league- by Billy Jackson and two singlesby TWO SEPARATE : '' VISION Bont ye$ Chapter No. 49, O. E. S., and gional Library has added a new

leading Advent Christians by Jimmy Taylor and Johnny IMAGE (eNO.araef WHEREAS Sister Elizabeth P. bookmobile to its fleet.
.
handing them their second defeat Hurst. VisioN Airth was a Charter Member of The purchase of this bookmoblewas

of the season last Thursday Advent picked up three runs in ,, ,? 'U F/EtD Suwannee Chapter No. 49, O.E.S. made possible by funds received -

night by a score of 7-6. Westwood the bottom of the second to go OF V/S'Ofit andWHEREAS from state aid to libraries.
Baptist sent Daniels Funeral ahead three to two. A home run R/aHr EYERETRACTOR Sister Elizabeth P. These funds were released by

Home reeling to its ninth loss of by Larry Croft, a single and a MONOCUZAR ViSroN.-' ,. .' Airth was a Past Matron of Su- Gov. Farris Bryant in January.

the season in the first game 11-9. double, along with one error I.ENTISRtTMA : wannee Chapter No. 49. O. E. S, The bookmobile is a Gertenslager -

Westwood sent ten men to the counted for the runs. andWHEREAS and was custom built to the

plate in the first inning as they Langford again took the lead the passing of Sister library's specifications and has

scored five runs to get the Jump in the top of the third as they '" RETRACTOR LENTIS' FOCUSES THE Elizabeth P. Airth will cause increased ventilation.It .

on Daniels Funeral Home. Daniels picked up three runs on two errors GLOBULAR LENS OF THE:: FISH EYE the record of her devotion to the is now in operation and after -

came back with three runs of their a walk, and a single by Tom- LENS O PULLS TOWARD THE RETINA FOR Order of the Eastern Star to be repairs are made on the ether -

own in the bottom of the firstas my Kennon. i5N DISTANT VISION' 0NEAR MOVES AWAY FROM forever enshrined in the recordsof units the Horary will have three

they scored on a walk, two Advent tied the game in the EYE RETINA FOR VISION JUST LIKE Suwannee Chapter No. 49, bookmobiles In use by September.

errors, and a double by Frank bottom of the third frame by NERiE FOCUSING A CAMERA LENS ON FILM O. E. S.. therefore

Futch. picking up two runs on a singleby BE IT RESOLVED, that Su thirty days; that a copy of this

Both teams went scoreless in Gude and a double by Larry wannee Chapter No. 49 O. E. S. Resolution be spread on the Minutes -

the second and third innings with Croft. ..... HAS NO RETRACTOR EYES extend to her bereaved family our of our Chapter that a copy
RETIN
Jimmy Taylor led off the fourth A LENTIS CURVATURE OF sincere sympathy and that
Westwood holding their 5-3 lead. pray be sent to the family of our deceased -
In the fourth Westwood counted for Langford with a double and HUMAN LENS 1 15 AtUuSTOF God will comfort their hearts in sister and to the Suwannee

four times as they put together scored on a double by Harry Tay- ENS : ABLE BECOMING > their loss. Democrat for publication

three singles, a walk, and a long lor to send Langford back in the I tl UM AN Op FOR PI5TANT V'SIOJl't' H BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Committee On ResolutionsE.
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triple by Brannan. lead 65.Advent. YE, NERVE MORE CURVED FOR CLO$ t/P/ ( that Suwannee Chapter No. 49, K. HAMILTON, Chairman
Daniels made it 9-4 in the bot- pulled even in the bot- O. E. S.. drape its Charter, In tes- EDNA S. CROWE

tom of the fourth as they scored.ne tom of the fifth as they pickedup FL4.: 1J1I GAME AND FRESH WATER FfSH COMMSSOfAdmiral's / timony of its loss, in mourning for NORMAN O. PROTSMAN
. run on two base hits and a one run on two errors, and a -
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Daniels picked up four more runs Both teams went scoreless in

in the fifth on three errors, a the sixth to remain tied 6-6. service committee of the Am- CONNER'S POOLMONDAY

walk, and a double by Earl Hurst. In the top of the seventh, after Little America erican Cancer Society unit here

Westwood was held scoreless two were out Langford pickedup met Wednesday, June 19, for an-

again In the sixth as Daniels came the go ahead run on a walk, Floats Away On An other in a series of work days. ........................................................ closed
up with a run to knot the score and a double by Tommy Kennon. Iceberg The meeting, held at the homeof
Advent went down in order in the TUESDAY .................................. 12 Noon 10 p.m.
9-9. The big blow was a triple by Little America III, Admiral Richard E. Byrd's base Mrs. Morgan Miller, was represented -

Jim Nolan to drive in Larry Evitt bottom of the seventh as the game in Antarctica from 1939 to 1941, has shipped out on an by members of six chur- WED. thru SAT. ............................ 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
with the tying run. ended Langford 7, Advent 6. ches. The Live Oak Coca-Cola

Westwood broke the game open STANDINGSWon iceberg.. Bottling Company and Houck's SUNDAY....................................... 9 ..m.7 p.m.
In the seventh with two runs on a Lost A Navy icebreaker recently sighted the camp float- Cafe furnished Cokes and lunch

walk and run scoring singles by Advent 7 2 ing in the Ross Sea 300 miles from_ _n_ _its__ original___..._____ _site____ for the workers. Drink Machines and Picnic Tables AvailableAt
Rupert Wood and Ken Breeden. Langford 6 3 The research station, like the cold and long darkness. Byrd The next work day will be held All Times
Westwood Daniels down in Westwood 5 4 other four Little Americas, was of
put order wrote: "We became a family July 17 at Mrs. Miller's home.
in the seventh to take the Daniels 0 9 built on the seaward edge of the moles, scuttling through glisten- Phone 3621418W.

game by an 11-9 score. Ross Ice Shelf, a California-size ing snow tunnels with lanterns
Langford Upsets AdventIn I It took the Congress three ice field fed by glaciers. As the and flashlights." cold running water and inner- A. BROWN, Manager

the second game Langford weeks and 63 ballots to elect a Shelf moves north at about four When the temperature droppedto spring mattresses. As a final MAX
FLYNN
nudged one game closer to the speaker in 1849. After a bitter feet a day, huge icebergs break 64 degrees below zero, a man touch, Navy ships dispatched Registered LifeguardPool

top by beating Advent 7-6. fight, Howell Cobb of Georgia was off and float away. Icefalls will could hear his breath freeze. "We Fourth of July fireworks, Santa
Cleaned and
Claus suits, and Disinfected Once Each Week
15,750 birthday
Langford moved to a two run majority, as usually the case. eventually doom all the camps, had to warm candles before they
the National candles. .. .. ...
Geographic Society would burn," the Admiral recall '" "

., :. .. says. ed.The
r:::. FREE Cold Comfort great explorer's conquestof
( .. The late Admiral Byrd estab- the South Pole by air, and the WFeYA

i\:: : : 24-HOUR lished the original Little Americain discovery of Marie Byrd Land UI"ny
: OXYGEN EQUIPPED OPPOIl.t
climaxed the 1929-30 venture.
: January, 1929, during his first
.i) '. assault on the frozen continent. When Byrd returned to Little
t < 'j Ambulance Service The outpost stood 795 miles from America in 1934,' he found the

>.- Vy <>' the geographic South Pole. old camp intact beneath 30 feet -

\ Phone 362-3333 Some 2,300 miles from the of snow. On a mess hall table MISCELLANEOUS I- FOR SALE

nearest human dwelling Byrd and stood a coffee pot, a half loaf of LITTLE ADS _
.41IIIIIf:' : .. .... ,.. bread and slab of roast beef
VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP.
: FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaiil*
." :" d.F.it with a fork sticking in it. BIG RESULTS
: rii. t ther-tight buildings warmed by
<.<. Little America II was built atop Machine xnachineless. and cold ins, guaranteed not to leak
kerosene stoves.
JAMES ....... .$.. ...:...% Winter months brought bitter the first. The miniature city hada BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE wave permanents given. Ope- Ottte Brown Motors. cge T!
B.LDANIELSFUNERA "itt:; ll: :f:..:.:,>#>:.i.... .,..0V';;:;i/\kr:' ;',,,, broadcasting plant, four-cow rators Annie H. Mills Myr- FOR SALE -New and used pia;:
: Whatever the tice Croft, and Frances John-
: : will
'\ : .tt.8t: : 't@l- : dairy, and motion-picture theater.A purpose you 05. Frier Music Co., North OY'c:
find Democrat classifieds do Phone
362-1831. tf
East Howard St. ilftl i dramatic moment came dur- the job, quickly and well. son. cge Ave., Live Oak, 362-2188

I ing Byrd's stay in Little AmericaII. Douglass High School parents and cge tt

J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. :.Y... .::;.. Overnight, without warning, - patrons are urged to join their
S. C. BASS JR. ., Iese1ved, :%:t1J'%: the ice broke loose P-TA WHILE THEY LAST
l'X;tclli:: :" underlying DEADLINE FOR INSERTION now. We need your help.
EMERT POTEET n$%tjJJ from the Shelf and the camp almost Call J. L. Bevell, principal, 362- 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder S'' 4lf
went to sea. Fortunately, a 5:00 P.M.-Tuesdays 1192. cge tf

cold spell mended the cracked 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3 !'P
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS
Septic tank and drain field

ice.The cleaning. Suwannee, Madison, 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4 98
first two expeditions were ZVz cents per word, with a
and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
aided by grants from the Na- minimum of '15;.
W. Darby, Jasper, after 6 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6 9S
tional Geographic _Society, and (All classifieds must be paidin pm.cajj

almost EVERYONE National Geographic published advance.) tf 8 ft. Dune Stepladder $7 98

many personal accounts of Byrd's LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With
-
ONE WEEK FREE
A REMINDER NEEDS THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO
adventures. Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply
423 N.W. Howard St.
Six-Year-old Food Classifieds ordered for four 98c. Cheek Drugs paejj 44-17
Auto InsuranceA Tel. 362-3075
Little America m, now at sea, weeks, run the last week free. .
was Byrd's headquarters for the $2J25 will pay for a 30 word cbj'f
wreck could wipe out advertisement for four weeks. FARMERS: It takes money to
Antarctic
1939-41 United States
your savings Don't Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds make money. See your coopera- Want a rolling bu lness? AJ:
| Service Expedition. Members of tive PCA for a farmer-planned
take chances. An acci- for Proven Results. aluminum 8 x 10 Bucks cc recession -
the group walked six miles southto loan. Terms up to 7 years. See
dent can happen at any abandoned Little America II North Florida Production Credit trailer. Excellent cona
I t; These Banking InstitutionsWill time. We can arrange a I and picnicked on perfectly preserved Association, S. Ohio Ave., tion. Equipped with gas gri 1.
362-2588, Live Oak, Florida refrigerator, snowball machine.
program of auto insurancethat j six-year-old beefsteak, For Sale-Real EstateFOR caJJ tf etc. Plus many supplies. Box

will give you the pro- bread, butter, and candy. 481, Perry, Fla. Phone 458-6141
tection you need at a When Byrd led the Navy's SALE -Two bedroom block pcjj 4-7
Be ClosedTHURSDAY cost you can afford. Callus mammoth "Operation Highjump"in house in Pinewood SubDivision. _

V .. soon. 1946-47, a tent city the Low monthly payments and MONUMENTSWe FOR SALE Factory rebuilt upright -
fourth Little America huggedthe small equity. Contact Joe Brin- piano. Also old brick

TOWNSEND ice two miles north of the .son. nc U I have a complete fine of Frigidaire range and refrigerator
third. couch and chairs. Mr BJ
monuments built to
: Three bedroom your specifications -
.-. Insurance AgencyArlie On the 1956 Operation Deep FOR SALE and Cerdle, phone
5 erected
on
tile bath carport your 3622240.pbbj
brick home, ,
of the Interna- 5-8
K. Townsend Freeze in support cemetery plot.
natural heating, hot water
Maurice R. Schofield tional Geophysical Year, Admiral gas
Call or come by and see our
heater Cable TV. 304 Martha FOR SALE Super C Farmall
V
Byrd established Little America display at 416 E. Howard
Phone 362-1104 St., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- Street. tractor, plow, disc, mower fertilizer -
the last before his death a year
JULY 4, 1963 ; 111 Wilbur St., S.W. later. The five-acre site boasted 2505 Pdej 2-9 distributor, and grass

17 oil-heated buildings, hot and Commercial or residential acre- JAMES B. DANIELS seeder, cattle squeeze, small
tools. T. A. Rowaad & Son
age under development at junc- FUNERAL HOME Phone 362-2360. pbbe 5-8
tion of U. S. 90 and Hwy 49

for sale by Winston Rogers, SELLING OUT Entire herd ofregistered
In Observance of Realtor, P. O. Box 217. Phone Polled Herefords -

Have 362-2630. pbbe 5-8 FOR RENT bulls, cows with calves, bred

cows, heifers all must go. T
FOR SALE Two bedroom
FOR RENT Unfurnished two A. Rowand & Son, Phone 362-
house and lot $1500 cash. One bedroom house, also one small 2360. pbbe 5-8
INDEPENDENCE DAY bedroom house and lot $1100 _
Unpaid City Taxes become house. Phone 3622565.
cash. Thomas Discount Company FOR SALE Purebred Duroc
pbbe 6-9
You phone 359-3055, Jackson- males and gilts, reasonable. Two
delinquent July 1st. To vine Florida. pbbe 6-9 FOR RENT- Good two bedroom slightly) used automatic feeders.

house edge city limits. Call Call Lonnie B. Hurst, 362-1421.
FOR SALE Three bedroom
362-1681. cge tf pbbe 5-8
avoid paying penalty after frame house, air conditioned, _
a carport, utility room, tile bath, FOR RENT-Have 60 acres good FOR SALE Cypress tobacco

Paid shower and tub, 2 large corner fenced pasture. Will accommodate sticks at mill, one mile southof

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK this date, make sure your lots, 2 years old. Engleside Sub- 50 to 75 head. Preferably Madison on State Road 14.
division. Call 362-3079. cge tf Black Angus. Call 362-3065 or Phone 973-6334 after 7 pjn

362-2922. cge tf GIRLIE RAGAN8, Madison
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA taxes are paid immediately. FOR SALE OR RENT Three Fla. cfJJ 6-11
bedroom house, 1& miles west FOR RENT Furnished bed- _

of city limits on Madison rd. rooms, comfortable and desir- FOR SALE Siamese cats, 2
Your If you are in doubt about Phone 362-2360, T. A. Rowand.cge able. Have carport and extra months old. Call 963-2451.

tf parking space. Conveniently '
_______ paej 6-7
located. _
Phone 362-2118. cge 7
THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF call FOR SALE Alliance
your City taxes, please Motor Rotor Antenna -
Rewinding FOR RENT-Two bedroom furn- $60. Contact C. A. Beus.

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA ished house, fully furnished, Phone 362-3372. pge 7

City the City Clerk's office. Repairs and Rewinding screen porch, drying yard, nice

Any Kind Electric Motor neighborhood. 809 Darrow St. O HELP WANTED
Also Sales and Service Phone 362-2236 or 362-2527 af-
PHONE 362-2276
ter 7:30 pjn. or all day Thurs-
CALL
WANTED 1 part
time di- -
BRANFORD STATE BANK HeCeHers Electric Motor Repair day. pge 7 washer, 1 part time waitress.

Taxes? Telephone Day 362-3278 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Night 362-2326 WORK WANTED 4 ,
p.m. to 9:30 "
pjtn. ltebtu nee
BRANFORD FLORIDA, .., -
217 E. Howard Bt Rivers Resteoraat. u. s. 27,

.- Hunter Bros. Building: LAWNS MOWED Call Hal Phone BY 7- 2688, Port White..

.. \ cajj tf Bruce 362-2487. cge 7-10 Fla. Pbbe 4PAGE ,,'


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