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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
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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: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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i: ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 8




i QTHIN//HG I Crews Discusses Advisory Board Picks


: oUT LOUDWIth Douglass Project

Louie C. WadsworthAt

last. At Kiwanis Meet Leaf Market Opening

notice is being given in
Legal School Board Member L. M. .
this issue by the Board of Coun- Crews Jr appeared before the

ty Commissioners that a public o .t Kiwanis Club recently and discussed Suwannee Leaf .
hearing will be held August 6 to the New Douglass Rec- Diagnostic Lab Discussed

determine if repairs and addi- reation Center that the county

tions Courthouse to county square buildings are needed.on the city agreed and to help school build.boards have Commission Sets Public HearingTo Growers Favor

This is to satisfy Florida law that
Crews told the membership that
necessity must exist before public he felt this to be one of the most Air Courthouse RenovationThe Later OpeningThe
funds can be spent.
needed projects in the community
That there is any question but at the present time. Board of County Commissioners met Tuesdayand

what something needs to be done He told the club that effortsto set Aug. 6 as a date for a public hearing for discus- Florida Tobacco Ad-

might come as a shocker to those acquire this facility had been sion about repairing the Courthouse and making necessary visory Board representingthe
who have visited either the 14 flue-cured tobacco
underway for several years. The additions.The.
Courthouse Agricultural Build- in the
or City Council when he was a board has previously voted to finance this project producing counties
ing in recent months. The only
state meet here Tuesday and
councilman appointed him to
by the sale of revenue cer- I
question that appears obvious is represent the Council on a joint tificates.- And- these certificates voted to. recommend an

what should- be done. committee representing all three will be retired by raising the Code Numbers Aid Aug. 1 opening date for the
Those who feel action should Scott (left) receives 'LIon of the Year' Award from Interna-
of the governing boards and the county millage as needed to pay Florida market.
betaken as well as those who Mall
tional Counselor Robert E. Hacker. DispatchingThe
think the present status is sufficient Live Oak-Suwannee County Recreation the Indebtedness, according to This recommendation will be

will have their day in court Board., And when he was the board action. Live Oak Postoffice reported submitted to Agriculture Com-
elected to the school board, that missioner Doyle Conner who usually -
and be permitted to speak their 13th Meet The commission is entitled by this week that coopera-
piece. That is one of the better Anniversary body appointed him to representit law to levy up to five mills-for tion from citizens in using the acecpts the will of this boardin

things about the democratic form Scott Receives Lion Award on the joint-board committee, this purpose without a vote from new "ZIP Code" system was setting the opening date.

ot government we have every ; he said. the people. helping to dispatch the mall The advisory board's decision
Crews explained to the club faster and more efficiently.Each followed a tabulation of ballots
person is entitled to be heard. Plans to renovate the Court-
Based on similar meetings in Fann Installed Club Leader that property designated as a house have been in progress for of the Postoffices In submitted by tobacco growers in

the past not many will show up swimming pool site had been some time but until this actionno the county have different code the 14 counties. The vote clear-
for the hearing taking the posi- Reginald Scott Jr. was named "Lion of the Year" at deeded to the,city and the coun- concrete steps have been tak- numbers common to the area ly indicated a preference of leaf

tion that the commissioners were the Live Oak Lions Club's, thirteenth anniversary meetingand ty jointly by the school board. en toward accomplishing the they service. growers for the Aug. 1 date.

elected td look after this phaseof Sam Fann was installed club president for 1963-64. This property is located adjacentto project. The board previously applied The code number for Live Four possible dates were balloted -

county government and they The award presented to Scott is the highest honor the Douglass High School and for federal aid in repairing Oak is 32,060; Branford 32,008; on. The distribution of the

should find out what is best. that a club may pay to one of its members. It signifiedhis was recently procured by the the Courthouse, but funds from Wellborn 32,094; McAlipn, 32- vote was 36 for a July 18 opening -
For some time I have com- contribution to the organization school board through a condem- the federal government were not 062; and O'Brien 32,071.Williams 334 for July 25, 458 for Aug.
nation suit. RU 1, and 403 for Aug. 8.
mented on this project in this and his service to the club forthcoming after a reasonable
column and for about five years during the past year which he RAD Commiuee Both city and county officials length of time. Suwannee's Vote
have listed Courthouse renova- served as president.In have voted to build the swimming In other business the commis- FFA
Meet Cancelled Suwannee County growers,
tion the number one need of Su- addition perfect attendance pool on a 50-50 financial sion appointed Dr. Don Burch to
The of the basis whose 482 votes cast representedabout
monthJy'meetfn supplemented by contribu-
wannee County. It is good to awards were presented to Charles serve on a committee with Commissioner -
Rural Areas Development tions of money and labor secur- 40 per cent of the entire
know that solid action is now McCrimon Leon McDonald Jos- Lamar Hancock and Gets
has been ed Registered ballot heavily favored an even,
Steering Committee by Negroes. Crews said. And
months away rather than years.I eph Massengill Hugh Lewis. Commissioner Bill Bonds to locate
t cancelled for the month of July the school board will build a later opening on Aug. 8.
think the board should and make recommendations
adopt Scott Tom Abercrombie, Marvin con-
since the meeting date falls on gymnasium adjacent to the swim- HeiferThe Neighboring Madison Hamilton -
the plan that will provide for : OHara, Charles Taylor John cerning a site for the Diagnostic Angus
Lafayette and Columbia
Fourth.
the
ming pool. .
county government needs far Laboratory.The .
as Wiggins, Ken Breeden and C. B.
The next scheduled Crews said Counties however, indicated a
as predictable, for the next 20 McMullen.The meetingwill I the swimming pool board recently voted to J, F. Williams Jr. Memorial -
be Thursday, August 1. (No 3 Continued on Page 8)) preference for the Aug. 1 date.
make site available for this FFA
years, for it is most likely money three charter members of a Chapter recently was Tobacco warehousemen In Lite
will have to be borrowed to pay the club Massengill. McCrimon. facility on its 200acreairport awarded a $200 registered Angus:
Oak, Madison Jasper, and High
for the sizable project that appears and McDonald received 13 year i 1- Box Parliamentarian properties A.40-acre,site must-be heifer by the Sears Roebuck Springs voted in favor of openingthe

necessary. awards.. _., ,,_. .,__" >* Appointed chosen for the laboratory. Foundation. market on July 25. However..
''V At the ,same,,time I hope this '.Ouiex'officers installed to serve County Agent Paul Crews, Sen- According to Lewis Tucker,,
indicated that 1 would
board will face up to mainten- with Fann for ,the coming year At State 4-H Short CourseGene ator Houston Roberts, Rep. Leon chapter advisor this award was be they their second choice.Aug.
ance and adopt plans that.wn were William Cordle, first vice McDonald and T. J. Haynes appeared presented in recognition of the
i The severe drought earlier in
provide better and adequate president; Wendell Lewis, second before the board with outstanding service rendered to
maintenance on all county equip- vice president; James Daniels, Box ,president of the su- Burch to emphasize the urgencyof farmers in the county in manag- the year retarded the growth of
ment. No doubt forced wannee County 4-H Council and preparing the site for building tobacco enough to cause a late
we are to third vice president; OHara sec- ing the Williams Chapter's regis-
replace equipment that better retary-treasurer; Gary Scott district representative, was appointed as soon as possible so funds tered Angus bull which was furnished season particularly in unirrifat-
care and attention would have Lion[ tamer; Breeden tail twister to a state office at the t can be secured for the project.J. by Sears. ed allotments which accountsfor

kept in operation many addi- ; Buren Dunavant and W. F. short course held at the Univer- W. Blume appeared before Tucker said ,that Sears is buy- the heavy vote in favor of an

tional months and years. Howell directors. sity of Florida in Gainesville -last the board and protested the form ing the prize heifer from the August market opening.

,One of the highlights of the week. of taxation Imposed by the state. Dundee Ranch in Lutz. By pay- The advisory board expressed

Suwannee County's corn crop evening featured an address from Box who has been a leader in Blume urged the board to file in ing an additional $50 the chap- concern about the affect on the

has been mentioned in this column (No. 4 Continued on Page, 8)) the boys 4-H program for several ,'i5: f v v-RAr the public record his book en- ter will get a heifer bred to one Florida market if it opened later

many times recently for one years ran for state vice presi- titled, "Florida's Greatest Racket of Dundee's famous bulls, he than the Georgia market. Since
: can not help. but be impressedwith dent but was defeated. The incoming The Tax Fraud" along with a the Georgia advisory board has

the current outlook. Many Truck Hits Car president appointed him copy of the recently adopted said.The Sears Roebuck Foundation not yet convened to consider

people close to agriculture in this state parliamentarian with the state budget. The board refusedhis furnishes registered bulls to FFA recommendations for its market
.
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county freely predict the yield responsibility of determining procedure request. chapters throughout the state opening, however, no iraSeaUen:
2 Crash
this year will set new records for HeadOnIn at state 4-H meetings. The commission instructed the without charge with the under- is available as. to the date Geor-

the crop here. Not only is quan- Box's record in 4-H includesan v county attorney to investigatethe standing that the chapter will gia may choose.

tity up but I am told a better Auto Mishaps array of achievement in administration possibility of obtaining cer- care for them properly and make Georgia-Florida Date

quality seems in the offing. land judging, public tain lands in the county now own- them available to area farmersfor

This should be encouragingnews I A pickup truck crashed into the speaking, and livestock judging N+'A ed by the federal government. It breeding small herds too small to Consequently, the board voted

to the ,community as a whole back of a 1963 Chevrolet drivenby Other 4-H leaders from Suwannee appears there is reason to believe to justify owning a top bull. recommend to the commissioner -

for bigger and better corn yieldsare Admiral Henry McCullers, County attending the meet that certain lands may be available "Sears' aim is to help Improvethe that be meet with the

the very basis of the expand- south of Live Oak Wednesday, were Bebo Bispham Govan to the county for purchase. quality of cattle in Florida Georgia commissioner and disease:

ing livestock industry this countycan and caused approximately $600 Knight, Aubrey 'Gbff, and Rich- Upon the recommendation of and thus increase farm income, a possible common opening date
for the Florida-Georgia bett this
develop.It damages. ard Foster. GENE BOX the road superintendent, the Tucker explained.The .
is also encouraging to hear The 1953 Ford truck, driven by The youths were sent to the board voted to relieve H. C. Ennisof Williams Chapter has one season.

reports that farmers, both those Leondres Jackson colored, had short course through the courtesyof Grove, Philadelphia, Ladyland, his duties as mower operator Angus bull and the Suwannee The board indicated that it felt
who small the Board of County Commissioners and Happy Homemakers home the best interests of Florida
operate on scale as three occupants. McCullers' wife effective July 6 and hire James Chapter has two. Tucker said.
well as those whose operations are and two children were in his ve- North Florida Telephone demonstration clubs. White in that capacity. In addition These are available to farmers on growers would be served to open
sizable, adding cattle Company the Home During the week of 4-H leader the market no later than the opening -
are to their hicle. No one was seriously in- the board voted to raise the a rotational basis so that one of
farm programs. jured. tion Club County Demonstra-I ship training and education, the superintendent's salary to $375 them is available at all times, he of the Georgia market.In .
The day could well be near A Negro woman in the truck the Antioch, Pleasant (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) per month. noted. addition, the board recom-

when Suwannee County takes the sustained an abrasion on her Tucker added that any farmer mended that Commissioner Con-


lead swine in crop and production such cattle.as of Certainly the high currentone grade acorn said forehead.Deputy McCullers Sheriff was Curtis stopped'Harrell seven -i Bands Tune For Mass Concert ) who him istered needs Vincent Angus the Jones bull services should or Henry of contact a Fol-reg- ner coordinate take action a with uniform the in Georgia the opening future Commissioner date to

for Georgia and Florida. The
can do much to influence
miles south of Live Oak on the som. No charge is made for this
further development.That Mayo Road waiting for traffic to Summer School band students July concert and several special by John Phillip Sousa. service. Tucker continued but the recommendation suggested that a

clear so he could turn when the from Suwannee Santa Fe. and Foster arrangements will be play- The concert will close with the farmer is required to keep the joint advisory board of the two
Ohio Avenue crossing truck collided with his vehicle. Taylor County high school today ed. One of the highlights of the National Anthem. animal properly fed and on good states meet to determine a common -

mess still worries me. McCullers said he had his turn : (Thursday) will unite their seni- concert will be the playing of pasture. opening with representativeson
Directors who will conduct the _
Sunday noon the passenger indicator on, Harrell added. ors in a mass band concert in "Stephen Foster's only march: the board being chosen by
train from Jacksonville pulled into The officer estimated damages White Springs commemorating "Santa Anna's Retreat From Bue- concert are Harry Grant director, number of allotments or volume.

the station just before noon to both vehicles at approximately Independence Day and StephenFoster.s na Vista". Suwannee High School Band 'Whistle To The board submitted an iden-
Signal
Charles Lunceford director, San- tical recommendation to the
The traffic guards came down birthday:
$300 each, the truck being a total Other American numbers are te
Fe
the lights flashed and the sig- wreck, he said. The concert scheduled for the "Taccato For Band" by Erickson High School Band; and Let Freedom Ring' commissioner last year but ww
Dean
Mann director, Taylor not advised that action had
nals clanged. Jackson was'charged with following Stephen Foster Memorial Folk "American FolkRhapsody" by any
Cars however ignored all the too close. Festival Stadium will begin following Grundman "Best Loved SouthernMelodies" County High School Band. The scream of fire whistles been taken.
warnings for local people knew an address from Ninth Following the address by Fu- here Thursday at 2 p.m., will Because of the late opening
2
this train would be stationaryNo. Crash Head-On District Congressman Dan Fuquaat by Hayes "Star Spangled qua and the band concert there signal the nation-wide "Let date selected the board re em-

( 1 Continued on Page 8)) Two vericles traveling in opposite 1 pan. Spectacular" by Cacavas, will be a watermelon cutting on Freedom Ring" project in mended that the commissioner

directions on Highway 51 An all-American program will "Variation For Band" by Clifton the Memorial grounds. The publicis which all of the bells in Live request buyers and government
just inside the city limits Friday Oak will in unison with
gong graders to make arrangements fora
night collided 'head-on in what be featured during the Fourth of Williams, and 'Tamous Marches" invited..
Auto-Motorcycle Hit' bells throughout America in "clean-up" sale. The recommendation : -
No One Is could have been a fatal mishap. -1'---- commemoration of Independence stipulated that the date be
InjuredAn According to Deputy Sheriff -
Day. chosen by the Florida Warehouse
automobile driven by an Cecil Bonds both vehicles crossed The Junior Woman's Club, men's Association and be announced -
Illinois'woman bumped into a the center line and made contactin which is sponsoring project no later than one week

motorcycle near the inspection the middle of the rain-slick here, announced that all of the following the opening of the
station on North Highway 129. road. The concussion however, churches in the communitywill Florida market.

Saturday and knocked its opera- was a glancing blow and both participate. In addition, This recommandatlon followed

tor across the highway. cars bounced away from the impact the Elks- have mounted a special discussion about the urgency for

According to Deputy Sheriff with little more than badly bell'in front of their lodge quality leaf. The board "*- ..-

Curtis Harrell the motorcyclist smashed fenders. available' to the public for the ed that a "clean-up" sale we Mallow
John Hagen.' attempted to turn The two drivers were Mack occasion.All growers time to tae

into the inspection station aheadof Boyles with a 1957 Ford and Mrs.! 'of the bells in this community their crops without threat of less

an auto driven by Mrs. Vera Josephine Gamble'Fleming' witha will peel for four min- due to the market's closing.
E. Price of Burkshire Rock. 1963 Ford. No onewas injured. the
Emphasizing necessity for
Hagen sustained abraisons but Bonds estimated the damagesto utes.This projectstarted with a quality, the board urged the

was not seriously injured. Boyles' car at $125 and to Mrs. proclamation by the President commissioner to advise growers
Damage to the auto was estimated Flen!!ng's vehicle $150.
urging this ceremony nation to take adequate care and timeto
at $50. The motorcyclewas Bonds said he made no ease wide. Mayor J. Marvin Phillips mature their tobacco when be
a total las sof $200. against either driver since he was Smv&Bnee, Santa Fe, and Taylor Cow toral Coliseum prior to their concert at the Ste- Issued a proclamation that the announced the official openingof

Barren aid he made no charge unable to establish blame. summer band students practice in the Africa- pea Foster Memorial oa July 4. ceremony be joined in locally. the Florida market.iiiP .


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11 1 THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT FLORIDA'SFarm i FTTj Reports FromWashington


( OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA"In :

The Heart Of The Suicannee River Voile?" 4 C
.r Suwannee
BANNER Consolidated LEADER County

Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher FrontBy 4.

Frank E. Westm irk,, Jr. ............................................ Editor 1?: 1923 1938 -1953 By DON FUQUAIkiU

Clara S. Wadsworth ....................._....... Associate Editor I ,. S. CongressmanDecision

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager Doyle E.Conner'. From The Files Of The

Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida '
4 of the Court not have the right to ran his
: SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00
) The action of the Supreme business as he saw fit.
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50
I don't believe-there's ever beena SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Court in its decision to bar from It seems to me to be funda-

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance period when agriculture has the public schools the reading of mental in this nation that a man

received the amount and kind of the Bible and the recitation of the has the right to operate his business -

R/q4 MEMBER OF attention it is getting today. Forty Years Ago - 1923 Lord's Prayer is to me a serious as he sees fit. Here we finda

SU1t'ANNE time, too. City peo- mistake decision which strikesat
It's about a situation where a man invests
Florida Press Association The second for the boys in Ro- berries and Jersey cream servedto
F ,,,.,., p COUNTY ple have been having trouble un- the very heart of this nationits his life's work, his life's savings.
I i MBER for a tarian Week was full of vim, enthusiasm them at the Porter home Fri-
derstanding farm problems spiritual heritage.I his efforts to build his business.and .
SUWANNEE COUNTY y and instruction. Un- day night after band practice and
COMMERC number of years. fearful of this trend then have the federal government -
lip
am on
of
Rotarian
again afternoon.The .
der the management on Saturday
Chamber of CommerceGood where
<'wt Now we're at the point him how he must
difficult Will Lyle the boys assembled at berries and cream were the part of the Court. I spoke on telling
even farmers are finding it 5 o'clock on the Courthouse square both products of the Clark farm the floor of the House in opposi- operate it, telling him who he

to understand the rapid where they formed into columnsof and of the finest quality. No one tion to this decision, pointingout can serve with his business.

t changes taking place in agricul- fours, one Rotarian and three could possibly have enjoyed them that as I watched a numberof There are many businesses.

Law Enforcement ture and the tremendous scope boys. more than did the young musi- television newscasts the evening for example, that require a per-

and complexity of modern prob- Led by the Porter Brass Band, cians of Live Oak's new band. of the decision, a number of son to wear a coat and tie or they
Enforcing the law and administering justice are at lems affecting their welfare. they marched to Howard Street commentators said that membersof cannot be served. This Is the

i once the most needed and often the most criticized functions The recent wheat referendumhas and west to Suwannee Street, Mrs. Frank Schmidt is ont only the Congress had not raised a prerogative of the owner of the

that dedicated men must perform to preserve orderin sort of brought things to a where they doubled back and one of the best poultry raisers but sharp cry of protest as in the New business for his business Is private -

our society. head so far as the political aspects marched to the Alimar Theatre.Mr. also one of the best and most untiring York case in 1962. I told the property, not given to him

This necessity and criticism is not only true of of the farm situation are Price kindly donated the use boosters of the poultry industry House that for one I proudly by the state, and it is basic to

our federal and state courts and police officials but with concerned. One Washington report of the Alimar for the services in this county; and justlyso raised my voice in protest. our system of free enterprise thata

recently stated the Capitalwas which consisted of an invocationby as she is not going by hearsay The First Amendment to the man must have this right.I .
our county and city law enforcement agencies. It seems
"still in a daze" from the unexpected Rotarian Bill Brantley minis- I but her own personal experience.Mrs. Constitution "Con- cannot support this bill and
provides that
that a basic human failing is quickness to criticize and defeat of the Adminis- ter member of the club. Past Schmidt is one of the 100 will vote against it and oppose It
gress shall make no law respect-
slowness to compliment. tration's proposed program for President Sid Hinely acted as breeders to enter the Florida farm ing an establishment of religionor vigorously for it goes counter to

We feel that the job that is being done by city and wheat. toastmaster and introduced to a flock egg laying contest put on by prohibiting the free exercise every belief I have in the free

county authorities here in Suwannee deserves the commendation Since that upset on May 21, the responsive and; applauding audi- the cooperative extension service. thereof." This provision was enterprise system which has made

+ of citizens.In commentators, analysts and assorted ence, Rotary President-Elect Dick And In this contest, reported for adopted so that no state religion this nation what it is.
crystal gazers have been Hopkins. March that her 30 hens had laid ProjectsI
December of last for this could be adopted, and with this SupportVaterwaJ's
example commun-
year, making all sorts of predictionsand 691 eggs which gave her a general appeared with the Florida
ity was plagued with an outbreak of reckless and wanton guesses about what will hap- The band boys desire to publicly average for the month of 23.3 principle, we all agree. Congressional delegation before

driving that drew complaints from many citizens about pen next. thank Mr. J. B. Clark, manager, eggs per day and placed her thirdin But we do not agree that the the House Appropriations Com-

such irresponsible practices as drag racing, speeding, and for his thoughtful courtesy in the state contest for flocks of simple recitation of the Lord's mittee last week, along with Gov-
treating them to delicious straw- less than 100 hens. Prayer and the reading of the Bible
endangering the lives of others mishandling of
through One interesting thing to me is violates the Constitution. Jus- ernor Bryant, in behalf of water-

automobiles. Much of this was being done by teenagers.On the manner in which the pictureof Twenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 tice Stewart in his dissent in the ways projects for the State of

December 21, city and county authorities deter- today's agriculture Is being New York Regent's Prayer Case Florida.I .
for the benefit of the Otto Wettstein m, district and Mrs. W. L. Helvenston next presented a statement to that
mined would down with painted
they clamp on these practices in 1962 said that the court had
of Florida Telephone to the Hawthorne home are being reference -
general public. More and more manager committee, particularly with
whatever to call halt to "misapplied
punishments were necessary a a great constitutional -
that made.
Tuesday
stated
life and Corporation, to several projects whichare
of farm
the mode today's "
mass traffic violations before someone was killed or seriously the magnitude of agricultural his company will have its fourth Mrs. Hess Sivia is adding two principle. For him, the ques- vital to our area. Among

injured. in annual campaign for new busi- bathrooms and two bedrooms to tion presented by the case was these are the Apalachicola River
operations are being presented
We'd like to call your attention that these practices a manner to encourage the Interest ness between July 11 and July 24. her home on Helvenston Avenue. :whether "those pupils who wish to Channel the intercoastal water-
As in the other campaigns Work began Tuesday and will be do so may join in a brief prayerat
have ceased by the quiet but firm efforts of your officials. and understanding of our the way from St. Marks to Anclote,
Wettstein completed in about three weeks. beginning of each school
stated telephone ser-
in recent months have before urban the Cross Florida Barge Canal.
Rarely, teenagers appeared rapidly increasing popula- vice will be installed for only $1 Construction of the large brick day."

the courts for reckless or wanton driving. And traffic tion.This connection charge, a reduction, of building for the R & V Furniture From the letters I have received I am hopeful that we will gain

violations of all forms have diminished considerably.We trend is important, because $1.50 from the regular fee for this Company Is nearing completion. from a great many of you, the funds to carry out success-

the number of Congressmen Present plans indicate the firm I feel that the people of district fully these much-needed projectsfor
feel the great majority of the citizens of this city service. our our state .
I from urban areas the ones will move Into its new home shortly are greatly shocked and
and that laws made to them '
county are aware are protect Assist Melon GrowersIn
who will be deciding the courseof Store will after July 15.
Swan's Department dismayed at this decision. One
and are in favor of enforcing these laws for their common an effort to assist the melon
'national agricultural policies
I open for business here this morn Workmen are progressing on the letter from a retired school teacher -
good. from now on is increasing. It ing. Located at 210 North Ohio home being built by Mr. and Mrs. pointed out that in her yearsof growers of our district who are

We heartily commend local authorities for administering is estimated there are now 300 Ave. in the building occupied by W, H. Williams on Suwannee service, such short devotionalsset suffering from depressed prices,

and enforcing our laws. Continued law enforcementof "urban" Congressional districts the Gibbs store prior to moving to Street. It will be ready for occupancy a moral tone in the class- we contacted the Armed Services
; and only 137 that are "rural". Howard Street. Live Oak's newest around Aug. 1. and urged that they purchasemore
this calibre, we feel, will make our community a better room and assisted greatly in preserving -
And number of American citizenS melons for use in their
the business has arranged many open-
place in which to live. discipline.
WITHOUT a farm back- ing specials to acquaint the people The Rotary meeting, the first Back in January, I introduceda use in their menus to help to dispose -

ground is increasing, too. of this territory with merchandisesold of a new year, was presided over bill to of the large crop.
1 provide for a constitu-
Perhaps you've noticed the am- by the firm. by Louie C. Wadsworth, who became tional The services are so purchasing
amendment which would
1I Avoid A Clash With Lightning ount of space given to articles Dewey Pickett is the managerof president of the group on allow in melons and farmers, or their agents -
public
prayer
our schools.
I about agriculture in national the new firm and comes to July 1. Committees were namedby can contact the procurement
strikes somewhere earth about 100 times I have contacted the Judiciary -
Lightning
on publications. But have you notic- Live Oak with many years experience the president to serve duringthe officer at any nearby military
every second. And Suwannee County and most of Florida, ed, also, the number of adver- in the mercantile busi coming year: Committee, where this bill installation as these! officers are

i 1 particularly during this season, are blistered with more tisements by "big business" corp- ness. Club Service: Alfred T. Alrth was referred and urged a prompt purchasing melons for these
1 chairman; Sid A. Hinely, J. D. hearing on it, so that it might be
i than an equal share. orations which have an agricul- posts.
Construction of two new homes Henry, Hayward T. Hall, and R. brought before the House.I their
tural theme? Farmers or agents may
This natural is
electricity dangerous phenomenoncommon
a began last week, both of them to P. Hopkins. hope we will be able to get
An example is the series of also contact the Chief of the
to this state that we have to live with. But no be erected in the subdivision in Community Service: Mike N. this bill before the House for a
double-page ads by a big feed Fruit and Vegetable Branch Defense -
one need be injured by lightning who uses a little com- the southeastern part of the city Tsacrios, chairman; Ray L. constitutional amendment which
in TIME Subsistence Supply Center
mon sense and follows a few safety tips. concern running maga- recently opened by George Goff Brinkman. W. Louis Tedder, and would overturn this erroneous de-
zine. The 100,000-layer egg ranchof Columbia Regional Headquarters,
Do not swim or ride in small boats during an electrical W. M. Acree Jr. at DeLand, Jr.The Milton M. Foxworth. cision. 1813 Main Street. Columbia. S. C
for
foundation modern
storm. Water is a good conductor of electricity and Florida, was the subject of one a Vocational Service: C. W. Civil Rights Bill In order to be placed on the bid
bungalow for Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schoppe, W. T. Newsome, FrankE.
; will convey the shock a good distance.Do of the latest in the series.So Hawthorne is being put in this Layton, and Keith Robertson. The President has sent to the list. This office purchases fruits

not stand in open fields or near tall trees. In what? you say. Isn't that a I week with Niels Brorsen as con- International Service: Burr A. Congress his message on civil and vegetables for all military

other words, seek immediate shelter when caught in an natural ad topic for a big feed tractor. Concrete blocks for the I" L. Bixler, chairman; Perry B. rights. Personally, I believe we installations In Florida Georgia,

electrical storm. Your automobile offers safe refuge from company? construction of a home for Mr. Cannon, and George L. Burnette. have made great strides in our and South Carolina.I .
It is, but that sort of advertising section in handling our own prob- am hopeful that my effortsin

> lightning, as does a building with a lightning protectionsy not so long ago was mostly Ten Years Ago -- - 1953 lems and I believe that by con- this regard may be of serviceto

tem. confined to the agricultural press tinuing to try to work together, our farmers.
R. E. McNeill Jr., a native of : organized in 1946.
t Stay away from electrical equipment and do not use and trade publications. To find it we can solve our own problems. Congratulations To Whfrf-Tfte
Live Oak and president of the i Officers
leaving with the Com-
j metal objects during a lightning seige. Keep away from consistently these days in a gen- I have carefully studied his Congratulations are In order to
York
Hanover Bank in New yes- pany are Major George H. Dale,
isolated trees wire fences small sheds in eral interest national publicationmeans message and am dismayed at the Whirl-Tite Corporation of
exposed places, terday was elected a director of Capt. Gill, Captain Robert Tuttle,
that the readers are some of the proposals found Monticello their house
city on open
hilltops and wide open areas. Chrysler Corporation. He began Lt. Youris M. Dunn, Lt. Henry T.
closer intimate therein. Finley L. McMillan and his
getting more associates -
According to the U. S. Weather Bureau Florida is a his business career as a water- McKeithen Sr., Lt. Nicky M.
Mainly, are we deeply concerned -
look at farming. They're being are to be congratulated
and cucumber broker while
melon
plagued with more electrical storms than any other state. Tsacrios and Warrant Officer with the provision that private this fine
educated knowingly or not to the in Suwannee High School.At on new industry In our
still Lawrence W. Lee.J. .
July and August are the months in which these storms importance of agriculture in our the age of 19, he entered the business be placed under the interstate district. They are manufacturinga

occur most frequently, with the lightning being more economy. naval stores business as managerof C. Fletcher Sr. Live Oak commerce clause, so that revolutionary new type of lawn

common in the late afternoon and evening. '- a Florida plant which extracts watermelon buyer, finished his the owner of a business wouldnlOtth mower blade.

The odds are a little less than one in a million that U. S. News & World Report gum from pine trees to make thirty-fourth season at the same i

lightning will never strike you under normal circumstances. sent a photographerreporterteam turpentine and resin. old stand Wednesday.
out to the Midwest recently In 1929 McNeill joined the "This has I
county lot
grown a
But undue exposure in an electrical storm will reduce -
to find out how farmers are Central Farmers Trust Company of watermelons since I've beenin ) ;
these odds considerably and you could become a
doing today. They came up withan where he was successively promo- business," he said.

statistic. excellent article to which the ted to the positions of assistant Fletcher started buying water-

editors called attention in these secretary. secretary. vice presidentand melons in 1919 and has been at _

words: trust officer, and then presi. it ever since. He has been a cash &YCdLt SagISales

Support Your Tobacco Market "Farming in the U. S. is chang dent at the time the Trust Com- track buyer since 1934.

ing so fast it is becoming some- pany consolidated with the Atlan "I won't live to see another sea..

Promoting our tobacco market is a perennial job. thing of a mystery to city dwellers tic National Bank, of which he be- son like the one we had a year

And the best way it can be promoted is for the citizens and to many farmers. came-executive vice president'and ago," the oldtime buyer said. "The Tax Is discussi Easy Way- Out--- _

of this county to realize and articulate the importance of Farmer's 'revolt' over a Federal then president. prices were excellent and the volume -I (In all the discussion: wrangling County has introduced a bill to

I' this crop and how vital this market is to our economic wheat plan is only one sign of McNeill joined vice the Hanover was the same." I jockeying and what have you legalize a state lottery, under
Bank in 1940 as presidentand .
health.In. big, unsettling changes. and about the needed new tax revenueto strict state control. The measureis
elected president
of was the bottomless pit and aimed at lifting the burden of
"For a new type farmers on feed
the brief sales season each summer, the Live Oak a new type of farm, trends are trustee in 1950.Suwannee County Gets Monthly continually enlarging appetite of the sales tax. Perhaps he has

N market handles several million pounds of the golden leaf, bringing prosperity. Machines Race Track Allowance Florida's government exPendi- something. At least the veil of

i the crop that to a large degree nourishes this county's management and bigger farms County's worst water- I tures, legislators of this state have righteousness surrounding our
f economic life. melon season in years came to a State Comptroller Ray E. sales
are the answer. But the future is only one solution more legislative halls might be pulled

Live Oak has the oldest and largest market in Florida. dimming for those who fail to close here Tuesday section with less money thana Green said today checks for tax. But there might be other aside, to reveal what is beneath.
this
Here, where tobacco sales began in this state, we have the stay on top of the 'adjustment'. realized third of in what it was last year. $7,800 are being mailed to eachof means of raising revenue if Florida's Reports from' Tallahassee indi-
the 67 counties. It is the final -
Many farmers are losing out, state legislators must con- cate we will be loaded with more
most experienced warehouse operators, men who know Drought and a poor market did it. from the track
payment race tax so the sales taxes to meet the atate'sneeds
drifting to the cities. tinue to pile tax on
how to sell tobacco and for We
get top prices
growers. tax fund for the current fiscal and
and spend In
businesses principally the
entire spend area
"Towns, of Live Oak state can
have the floor too and two sets'of buyers from all Dr. J. D. Workman
space, period.
following of education.
states are hit president-elect of the spend. We liked the Lobbyists for big interests -
of the major companies. This competition assures the was named The comptroller said the
Medical Associ- "letter to the editor" written to a have closed any other
farmer of keen bidding for his tobacco and the best National Electric payment brines the total re-
New Hampshire's recent deci- ation at a convention of the group Florida daily newspaper. Ed.) sources of revenue.
price for his crop. sion to increase state income by last week in Columbus, Ohio. ctivt& this fiscal by tacfc etaty : Are we becoming completely What is the difference betweena

of official from the race track tax fund l in our public thinking : sales tax refit and Jotter
It would be almost impossible to picture Suwannee means an lottery was hypocritical a

County in 1963 without its tobacco market. Last year's something a shocker to a lot of Seven officers and 72 enlisted to $206300, the highest in the on tax matters? Have we discarded -I ticket? At least the average dtoz-

l sales alone exceeded $5 million. people Now comes another Idea men of the Live Oak National history of the tax. Each coun- one of the most moral of I en has had a run for his money
will attend the 15- ty last year received $201,000. and theories taxation Perhaps it
from the Midwest. Guard Unit all rules would be an opiate for
i The of this county ill afford to disassociate .
people
can Nebraska is reported to be preparing day summer encampment begin.. according to the ability to pay? his aching and breaking back.

themselves from this commodity and market that is to consider a constitutional ning Monday at Port McClellan, Newspapers collect food, cloth- There Is no lottery in Talla- Horrors, we say. This is immoral -

so vital to them, regardless of their occupation or business. amendment that would autho- Ala.. where this county's citizen Ing, and for the needy; hassee. There Is no game of We can't legalise this kind of

F We have the finest tobacco market in Florida. That is a rize the state to go into the trad- soldiers will be trained for war. they teach money youngsters how to chance to determine where the gambling f How hypocritical can

fact. But it is a fact that we must constantly reflect, year ing stamp ,business.In Captain Leon J. Gill will be com- swim; they clamor for better tax burden win fall. The mass of we get! It is so very proper to

after year. Or this multi-million dollar market will wither its initial form, the proposed pany commander on this the units schools, more hospitals and less consumers, which Includes those have dog tracks, horse tracks, and

and crumble before the onslaught of more vigorous amendment would allow the sixth encampment since it was re- civic waste. least able to pay are already jai alai frontons while bingo, tlc

communities who are determined to nab a portion of this state to print and merchandise marked for slaughter. The result old ladies' game is taboo.

., market: trading stamps contract with Nebraska only that the state can always be foretold: Load the I Any number of le Waters have

+ commercial firms for their distribution "would be a competitor of national A number of storm warnings taxes on the uncomplaining masses denounced the idea of a MMe lot

Every businessman, every resident, has a part to and establish a redemption trading stamp companies. for alcoholism are mapped lot in at the bottom of the heap. I tery and have proeb&ned their

k play, in preserving this market by speaking out for it, taking.pride setup. However, backers of the ideaestimate a pamphlet titled, "Thirteen Steps This does not require statesman- high moral convietioas on the is-

in it. This county's tobacco market should and The report I read didnt say the stamp plan would To Alcoholism- available from ship or courage. This Is the easy .sue. Will these same legislators

can become'stronger,each year through the help and-enthusiastic whether the state would have a enrich the state coffers by some the Florida Rehabilitation Program way out. vote for a tax on beans sow belly

support of each of us. monopoly on trading stamps in 5 million dollars-a year. Avon Park. Rep. Jack Bell of Broward (No. 1 Continued on Face 7))


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brother of the groom. Larry' Od tion in the Educational Buildingof centing the design were three pouf with white pom pons and Geiger Reunion Set
TJ@f&vtexeG om Charles Johnson Jr.. Bill the church. white silvered wedding. bells fast- lilies of the valley extending downto
J Johnson, Howard Wright and Against the right wall of the ened together with a large white the table. A silver tray of For Hart SpringsThe
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Larry Johnson.Sid foyer was a massive arrangementof satin bow. The cake knife had a matchbooks with "Martha Jean Geiger Reunion wffl be
Allen HI brother of the magnolia boughs in a large bow of white satin and lilies of and Philip June 30. 1963" im- held Thursday July 4. at Hart
bride escorted his mother into the valley on the handle. Silver printed on them was placed on Springs adjacent to the Suwannee
I WOMENCLARA the church. urn.Greeting the guests at the door plates of blue and white mints the table. River in Gilchrist County 10 mites
The bride entered, the church and presenting them to the receiving in forms of wedding bells, tuberoses Floor baskets of white gladioli northwest of Trenton.All .
with her father and was givenin line, composed of the and blue forgetmenotswere pom pons and greenery were Geigers and Geiger dependants -
marriage by him. bride and groom, their parents, placed on the table. placed at vantage points in the are cordially invited and
S. WADSWORTH Society Editor Miss Allen wore a floor length and the bridal attendants was The background for the bride's room. urged to attend. A picnic taneh
gown of white hand clipped Mrs. S. T. McDowell. table were seven branched can- Floor hostesses were Mrs. F4 wil be served and the swfanarfag
1 1 For Vows Chantilly lace over bridal satin. Forming the background for delabras with the lighted bridal Kent. Mrs. A.Ross Jr..Mrs. Frank facilities are excellent PreaMeat
Church
First
Baptist Setting Nuptial
The fitted bodice had a Sabrina the receiving line were seven tapers of white and centered with Futch Sr.. Mrs. George Allen. Mr. Perry Geiger said.
l Of: Martha Jean Allen And Philip M. Odom neckline and was accented with branched candelabras holding twin arrangements identical to and Mrs. Edward Mullins Mrs. .
t tiny self-covered buttons extend- lighted white bridal tapers with that of the receiving line background Marvin Phillips, Miss Charlotte
Sunday afternoon, June thirtieth, at four o'clock Miss of white Miss Alice Mc- Left over pieces of ftnnictrm
ing down the back of the bodice twin arrangements and separated by a floor Wadsworth Mary .
:Martha Jean Allen, daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. Sidney which came to a round slope at chrysanthemums and gladioli on standard of magnolia leaves and Cullers, Miss Gayle Wynne Miss are perfect for future puie I g
Allen Jr., and Philip M. Odom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John the back with lace roses edging center front of each. Separatingthe sago palm fronds. Joanna Tsacrios Miss Ann Garrison or closet floors.
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_ .' D. Odom Jr., of Starke, were united in marriage in the the slope. The long tapered candelabras was a floor bas- Cutting the cake was Mrs. Lar- and Miss Lynda Rogers and
) First Baptist Church with the Rev. Cornelius Davis of- sleeves came to calla lily points ket of magnolia leaves and sago ry Odom assisted by Miss Elaine Miss Lavon Rogers of Fitzgerald, Norman Jr.. Mrs. Inez Nenaan.
ficiating.The honor wore a street length dress over the wrists. The very volumi- palm fronds. Vann. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordon, and
_ nuptial vows were repeated of dior blue silk organza over nous skirt was fashioned with The bride's book table was cov- The punch table was covered Passing blue and white net rice Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris Jr..
against a background of jade taffeta featuring a scoop neck three lace tiers of ruffles com- ered with a white imported cut- with a floor length white satin bags was Sally Brown cousin of all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.L. .
foliage two white seven branched line..The full skirt had a bustle ing to knee front. The ruffles work cloth the floor length skirt cloth overlaid with a full pale the bride asissted by Kay Odom W. Cobb and Larry aDd MM.
candelabras. two brass seven back. On her head she wore a were outlined in iridescent sequins of the cloth was softly draped blue net cloth, designed like the Lawanna Sullivan and Georgette Wynelle Carver of 0a1 e6vt e..
branched candelabras all hold- small cap of matching blue leaves and merged into a shirred with garlands of smilax which bride's table. The double garlands Hunter cousin of the bride. Mrs. Thomas T. Cushman of Aflc-
ing lighted cathedral tapers and wth a short circular veil poised back which extended into a grace- was caught to each table corner of smilax were draped on For her wedding trip to Niagara en, S. C., Mrs. Howard Coody of
placed across the altar rail front over the cap. She wore matching ful chapel train; the train was The white anniversary candle had the net skirt and brought up at Falls and Canada the bride worea Valdosta. Ga.. J. D. McNeal of
_ with two white baskets and two shoes. Miss Brim carried an old designed so it could form a But- on one side center a bouquet of each corner. The crystal punchbowl costume ensemble of Italian silk Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Lonnte Stephens -
t brass baskets of white gladioli fashioned nosegay of pink carnations terfly bustle. Down to the top lilies of the valley centered with placed at one end of the with a bodice of double chiffon in Dr. E. G. Haskell and Mtes
J. I and pam pons placed inbetween centered with pink roses front ruffle was an over-skirt of tiny blue satin bows and white table had pam pons of white and snow rose. It was designed witha Anne Stephens of Tallahassee.
4 I their matching candelabras. Cen- from which fell the light pink the lace with matching lace roses net. White net poufs,. blue satin smilax to one side of the waiter.A slender skirt, topped with a Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Roter's&t
tering the background and raised satin ribbon. spaced on the front. The over- bows, and lilies of the valley encircled three branched silver candelabra short cropped Jacket. Her acces- Fitzgerald Ga., Mr. and Mrs. M.
was a fifteen branched brass Bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry skirt swept to the back top ruffle. the candle. Inviting the with the white tapers balanced sories were matching silk. C. Edwards of Gainesville Mrs.
candelabra holding the lighted Johnson, sister of the groom Her three-tiered veil of French guests to sign the bride's book the table and directly in frontof The bride graduated from Su- W. F. Burton Jr., of Warner
tapers with a huge basket of Miss Lynn Black or Orlando and illusion was attached to a crown, was Mrs. Donny McCallister Jr. the candelabra was a large wannee High School with the Robins Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
white gladioli chrysanthemums, cousin of the bride. Miss Donna of seed pearls with teardrops Her At either end of the receptionroom floral design of white gladioli 1962-63 class and the groom with Morgan of Plum Branch S. C..
and pom pons placed directly in Chastain of Jacksonville Miss only ornament was a single behind the bride's book white chrysanthemums and cen- the 1960-61 class. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Echols aad
front of the candelabra. Below Diane Johnson, Miss Sinka Koff, strand of pearls. a gift of the table and the bride's table were tered with tiny silver wedding They will make their home in Miss: Ramona Echols of Tallahassee -
this was the white pri-dieu where and Miss Sharon Bird. Their groom. The bride carried a cres- large floor standards of magnoliaand bells fastened together with silver Starke where Mr. Odom is associated Mrs. Sallie Crawford of
the couple knelt for the benedic- gowns of sky blue were fashionedlike cent shaped bouquet of white sago palm fronds. ribbon. Silver compotes of with his father in the Starke Mrs. Amanda CroaJy aBEt
the maid of honor's as were bridal roses stephanotis and The bride's table was covered nuts were placed on the table. cattle business. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawford of
tion.The family pews were marked their headpieces and accessories. white orchids. with a floor length satin cloth of Mrs. Tommy Edwards and Mrs. Out of town guests were Mr. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Harry T.
P with white satin ribbon and white Their bouquets were the same except The mother of the bride wore a white overlaid with a white net G. B. Dees Jr.. presided over the and Mrs. C. C. Varnedoe and Miss Reid and Harrell Reid of Jasper.
wedding bells.Lighting the streamers were of a deep street length dress of pearl pink cloth. The full net skirt was punch bowl.A Willie Mae Hightower of Valdosta Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lamb and
the tapers were John pink satin. lace featuring a draped yoke of caught at the center and double planter floor lamp was placedto Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vann Walt of Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Fate
Odom brother of the groom, and Kay Odom. Lawanna Sullivan, matching chiffon. The V back garlands of smilax were drapedon the right of the punch table, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Carter, Miss Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Danny Edwards cousin of the and Georgette Hunter, cousin of had floating panels. She wore a the skirt and caught at each and in the planter to carry out Annie Lee Allison, and Mr. and Brown of Starke and Mr. aDd
bride. the bride were flower girls. Their white orchid corsage and matching corner. The top edge of the net the blue and white motif was a Mrs. H. D. Odom and Debra. all Mrs. C. W. Klein of Glen St.
Billy Mills organist accom- gowns were identical to the honor I accessories.The skirt was daintly ruffled. The large floral design of white chrysanthemums of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mary.
panied G. B. Dees Jr., vocalist attendants. They carried white mother of the groom worea focal point of the table was the white gladioli cen-
1 who sang "I Love You Truly" and lace baskets filled with flower blue silk organza with pearl four-tiered wedding cake of tered with a large satin bow of
I "The Wedding Prayer" as the petals. encrusted lace appliques. She white extending down three sides white with a smaller blue satin (,1 [ ( o
couple received the benediction.The John D. Odom Jr., father of wore matching accessories and a of the cake were white orchids bow centering the white bow. s iW.s
traditional wedding marches the groom served his son as best white orchid corsage. blue for-get-me-nots tube roses, On the piano was a paragon
were used. man.Ushers Mrs. Sidney Allen Sr., paternal and lilies of the valley. Each tier lamp with a large round floral I
Miss Glenda Brim maid of were Charles Odom grandmother of the bride, wore a had tiny embossed beading at the design of white chrysanthemums'
blue lace dress with matching base. Topping the cake was a interspersed with tiny blue satin
.J accessories and a white carna- miniature bridal bouquet of bows and wedding bells at the
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING tion corsage. white orchids tube roses, valley bottom of the lamp chimney and DINNERS INCLUDESTONE
il ENGINEERSFOR Mrs. G. F. Fletcher maternal lilies and blue forgetmenotsin at the base of the lamp and extending -
grandmother of the bride worea a pouf of white net. Encirclingthe upward to the round design -
t LP OR NATURAL GAS pink lace with matching acces- cake was a wide ruffle of were blue satin bows in net CRAB .... $2.50 TURTLE STEAK. $2.50
We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw sories and a white carnation cor white net with narrow white satin poufs. Gladioli florets encirclingthe
blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs base BOILED SHRIMP. 2.50 SHRIMP BASKET.. 2.50
ribbon bows with matching completed this design.
for LP and Natural Gas. sage.Mrs. -Enough For Two- -Salad. FP Drink-
Minnie Philips of Starke, satin streamers extending over The side table at the right of
h We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
customer prefers. I and maternal grandmother of the ruffle onto the table. At the the foyer entrance in the recep- BEST FOOD ON THE RIVER
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS the groom wore a rose crepe, other end of the table was a five- tion room which was covered
matching accessories, and a white branched candelabra with white with a handdrawn cloth of white
W. C. COPELAND JR. carnation corsage.Immediately tapers. Centering the candelabrawere was centered with a five branched 11orii.-T & T RESTAURANT c -
following the white chrysanthemums interspersed candelabra entwined with smilax 12 Mid- tton-
I l HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida wedding ceremony Mr. and Mrs. with blue satin bows gracing the center of the candelabra night STEIN ATClIEE ing
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Statement of Condition as of June 29, 1963

DIRECTORS

RESOURCES
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Loans & Discounts _- '
2942456.98 P. C. CRAPPS, JR., Chairman
.._ $ FHA Mortgages "*- 110,388.43 3,052,845.41. '
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; ALFRED T. AIRTH

Overdrafts. -_. 3884.90

oB ,Bank Building ; ; 7,850.00
'" DONALD L. BURGH

Furniture & Fixtures '.J. .1' 30,992.17

"The Friendly First" Other Real Estate f"V 9,000.00 P. C. CRAPPS, III

Stock Federal Reserve Bank '. ': f r. 15,000.00 i..
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United States Securities S 2033,544.25; ROBERT ENGSTROM. .r ; .
Municipal Bonds ; 305,730.03Cash '

OFFICERS & Due from Banks, ; ,. '1528511.39; 3867785.67 OSCAR GREEN

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6987358.15 G. W. HARMONY -
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President :.. < : ;

\ Capital Stock $150,000.00 '.. '- :-= ,
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vko-rrestaPa Surplus .. 350,000.00 r;.'n'
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Undivided Profits 39,832.83. .
R. F. MOORE
T. T. SCOTT Reserves: Possible Loan Losses 10,000.00

j i Vice-President Reserves: Contingencies, Taxes, etc. I 10,1'5.693.559,989.76: -: .

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VIce-PresIdent' Dividend o.120 5,250.00 .
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Effective July l' Witnesses AttendInternationallleet


j Legislative> Changes To Expand! Winds Plague"-"" Branford NativeABOUT



Sales Use Tax AnnouncedSummary ( THE AUTHOR. Sirs. system. She went to Guam with 125 homes demolished. A surveyof of the family too.
James E. Hurst, formerly Betty her husband. James E. Hurst 13 of the islands 19 villages revealed We worried and thought about William Weaver. presiding
Odom. is the daughter of Rev. who accepted a twoyeareon- 143 families homeless and folks at home in the States Chi minister of the local Jehovah's
of changes made by the 1963 Legislaturein and Mrs. J. Marvin Odom who tract to teach in the Guam Public 957 homes damaged to varying Chi and those on Guam. We plan- Witnesses left this week for an
expanding the 3 per cent sales and use tax and other lire near Branford in the Beach- schools. When his contract extent in addition to the number ned typhoon parties each timr eight-day international convention -

revenue sources was announced last week by J. Ed ville Community and operatethe expired he was employed by the that were completely demolished. with the Long family. We played of the religious group scheduled I
Straughn, director of the Florida Revenue Commission.The Triangle Service Station. U. S. Navy Finance Corps. airs. Power restoration work is under- Scrabble Concentration Mono- for Yankee Stadium in New

+ Commission and the tax changes were effective July 1. For the past four years airs. i Hurst was the associate editorof way but will take sometime to poly and ate snacks made up of York: City July 7-14. '

Straughn said there have been Hurst has been living on Guam the now defunct Branford complete. Naval installations were odds and ends on hand and drank Eight members of the Live Oak

misconceptions relative to the .tions of higher education. Elementary a South Pacific Island where Herald in 1948-49 when T. A. on emergency generator power for coffee. Congregation will serve as dele-
application of sales and use tax junior high schools she teaches in the public school Delegal was its editor. The about two days. We had plenty of Fun. but soon our party mood gates at the assembly. Weaver

t on repairs to tangible personal deaf and blind schools and state Hursts have two children a water fresh cold water. Really vanished and we entertained our- said that convention officials

i property. A tax was applied to correctional institutions are ex- tax on gasoline and diesel fuel. girl 11, and a boy. 12. there would have been very little selves by watching the raging have estimated that 125,000 per-

4 labor performed in the repairs empt.A School Books Taxed By Mrs. James E. Hurst lasted damage from this typhoon had it storm mopping water moving sons from the Eastern United
only
installation and maintenance of three per cent admission tax School books used in junior "We couldn't have two typhoonsin Typhoon Karen as long as devastating furniture and making predictions States. South and Central America -

i1 tangible personal property notre will be charged on races and colleges and institutions of higher less -than six monthS* I said three times as long; however with it sustain-lasted about the storm. Somehow to see Canada and the Caribbean

1 1 property he explained.Repairmendealers other events regulated by the learning were brought under Sunday afternoon when we heard ing winds and rains.If what was happening was comfort- i are expected.
are requiredby State Racing Commission. The the tax. about Typhoon Olive.. The mem- ing rather than have to imagineit
E the amended law to collect current tax imposed was excluded A three per cent tax. subjectto ories of Typhoon Karen on No- you have never experienceda as we did during the darknessof ents.

and remit tax on the total selling from the base price against proration based on mileage on vember 11-12 were still too vivid. the typhoon horrible you just couldn't realize Typhoon Karen. Every living thing as well as inanimate -
price which now includes both which the sales tax is now ap all vehicles and parts thereof used The Governor ordered the civi- while feeling that you have Olive gave us a show that was thing was drenched with

parts and labor. plied. in Florida by interstate common lian populace to report to typhoon around outside everything and all Is blowing more exiciting than any movie or sticky salt-filled water.The plants

The section of the act dealing The amendment to the law carriers, and subject to a $5,000 shelters. Their homes were mostly shrieks the wind creates the weird I TV program that I shall ever see. were whipped by the forceful

with transient rentals was changed provides for a tax on the rentalof limitation was approved. It applies temporary structures since Karen blasts ahead at break-neck as it During Karen we could by the winds until they were tattered
y to include duplex apartments. motion picture film except to airlines railroads and smashed their former homes. speed. flash of lights of pasing emer- and torn and appeared to have
Those people in permanent You think of the small islandon gency vehicles see and hear such been burned.
! Apartments containing three or the rental of motion picture film trucking concerns. All other purchases ;
tax- homes such as I ,am fortunate which you live and wonder things as-"'the framework of the Within a week they will have
is chargedfor
admission fully
more family units were covered where an however .are
the film. enough to live in were advised to what keeps the ocean from rolling lanai fly away, our refrigerator! new sprouts and buds. The coconut -
previously. viewing
able.A batten down everything. The report over it or a few rocks from shift-. slide around with frightening trees will be blooming and
The period of tax coverage was The sales *tax was removed five per cent tax was placedat ing and the whole
was that we would have sixty thing sinking rhythmatic motions the vine putting on new nuts. The banana
extended from 6 to 12 monthsfor from the cost of funerals, but the wholesale level on all fish- into the ocean floor.
mile per hour winds with heavy growing in a hibachi pot blew in papaya and other fruits and flow-
a tenant staying at one the law was amended to require ing, hunting camping, swimming
any began to "Water water everywhere" wasa the winds like weird
rains. The storm grow some reptile ering trees take a little longer to
hotel motel apartment house funeral directors to pay tax on and diving equipment unless suitable phrase for had
and soon we realized that we were we near- furniture and other items floatedin get started.
rooming house tourist or trailer all tangible personal propertyused specifically exempted. This means for sure going to have another ty- ly as much water inside as outside. the breeze with no spcial stop- We have the lawn mowed the
camp. in connection with their that retail dealers who cannot phoon.It The water came in the louvers ping place.I plants trimmed and the house

Straughn said there were two services. show the tax has been paid to a clobbered us Sunday night. and gave the illusion of a minia- teach at St. John's Episcopal nearly dry now. I just feel ever so

limitations provided. One states Motor Vehicles registered wholesale dealer are April 29, Monday and Monday ture water fall with a terrific School. This is the first year of lucky and thank God for keepingus
that any person who. on the effective Changes in the law regarding required to accrue the tax at re- night with winds up to 105 milesan down hill flow. It flowed under fulltime teaching for me and the safe. Rumor is that Guam will
date of the act shall have motor vehicles and farm machinery tailer's cost and pay it directlyto hour. Guam's second major the doors as though they were first year for the church school have 49 typhoons hit or nearly hit
resided continuously for six and equipment require two the state.Interstate. storm in about five months. not even there. The glass doors The quonset building that housedour it this season.

months at any one place shall per cent tax on sale of motor sales of these items On Thursday, May 1, Guam that separate the living room from school was slapped and slam- .'Can this be true" we wonder
be deemed to qualify for the exemption vehicles: three per cent on the by Florida wholesalers for redis- was re-declared a disaster area by the lanai flexed so that water ran med around by Karen, so we star- .

set forth in the act, so rental price of motor vehicles tribution or retail sales in other President Kennedy. "I know your in as though the mighty ocean itself ted classes again in the church (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
i long as that person shall con- removing any exemption on motor states are not taxable to Florida concern because of suffering and had been loosed at our door. and in tents.
tinue to reside at the same place. vehicles purchased for exclu- under this provision. Deliveries damage due to the storm following James and I, Edward and Fran- Olive came along and wiped out nnnnwmwnnnnnnnnftnnn
The other limitation provides sive rental; two per cent tax on must be by interstate common devastation caused by Typhoon ces, our student living with us these temporary classrooms. Now RENEW YOUR

that no tax shall be imposed on self-propelled or power drawn carrier, the U. S. mails or by the Karen only last fall. Please extend from Chi Chi Jima. and friends. we again have tents up and ready DRIVERS LICENSES
rooms provided guests where farm equipment used exclusively instate dealer who must provide my sympathy to the peopleof Prof. Long, wife and son from after much hard work to begin DURING THE MONTHOF

there is no consideration involved -! by a farmer, and three per centon proof of delivery outside this Guam and let them know that Gainesville. Fla., stuck togetheras again and try to finish this school YOUR BIRTHDAY
between the guest and the other machinery, equipmentand state. the Federal Government will do we moved from room to room term. It has been a challengingyear REECE BROWN
during the storm. Our dog LadyBug I for both the teacher and the
public lodging establishment. tools. Retail store operators face a everything possible to aid the COUNTY JUDGEwwuuuwvuwuuuuunwuvuuu
President said.Typhoon and Long's cat were a partir school and we hope for the stud-
AdmissionsIn The
present exemption to I stiffer penalty if they are delin-
the area of admissions the farmers on seeds feeds fertilizers quent in obtaining licenses. The Karen with winds of
law was expanded to include and insecticides continues un Revenue Commission is author- more than 200 miles an hour hit

viewing or participating in all changed. ized to collect in addition to the and wrecked Guam on November W iy

types of amusement sport or The tax limitations on indus- i amount of tax due a penalty of 11-12 of last year. According to ; e VAUfE I
recreation, show trial the local people it was the island's 1 OPPO/ln
game or exhibition machines equipment parts two dollars and fifty cents for
including green fees and and accessories was raised from the period of delinquency occur- worse storm in living memory. NI1Y

dues paid to private clubs pro- $1,000 to $5,000 on each single ring in the first three monthsof Damage to military installationsand ,
the civilian community was
viding recreational facilities. Such transaction.A the license year, and an addi-
reported to be hundreds of mil- MISCELLANEOUSVISIT 0 FOR SALE
facilities shall include but not be three per cent tax was imposed tional two dollars and fifty cents
lions of dollars.
limited to golf, tennis swimming, on gasoline and other fuels for each additional three months LITTLE ADS
yachting and boating facilities. sold in Florida for use by aero- period or fraction of delinquency Sunday, April 29, Typhoon ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE All sizes of tarpaulins -

Civic, fraternal and religious nautical devices and railroads. thereafter.The storm Olive,,upgraded hovered off from our a isle tropical and BIG RESULTSBUYSELLEXCHANGE Machine machineless and cold guaranteed not to leak,

clubs and organizations are excluded The tax shall be prorated basedon Legislature extended the danced back and forth gathering wave permanents given. Operators Ottis Brown Motors. cdjj tf

from this provision.On mileage traveled in Florida to period to file application for a speed for the big blow. An early Annie H. :Mills Myr- FOR SALE-New and used planos. -

or after Dec. 26, the tax total mileage traveled where used refund from 18 months to three estimation of damage by Olive tice Croft, and Frances John- Frier Music Co.. North Okie
will be imposed on admissions of by common carriers in interstateand from the date the son. Phone 362-1831. cajj tf
years pay- was five million dollars. Reports Whatever the purpose, you will Ave. Live Oak 362-2188.
all athletic events of high schools foreign commerce. Motor ment is made into the state trea- indicated that one thousand per- find Democrat classifieds do Septic tank and drain field cajj tf

junior colleges and other Institu- trucks already pay the 7 cents sury. sons were homeless and more than the Job quickly and welL cleaning. Suwannee Madison,

and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
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WHILE THEY LAST
W. Darby Jasper, after 6 p.m.

DEADLINE FOR INSERTION cabj tf 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49

5:00 PJM.-Tuesdays LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98
98c. Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17
USED TYPER1TERS
2 cents word with a
per FOR SALE 1955 Globe Master 7 ft. Duro Stepladder ".913
minimum 4f 75*.
house trailer two bedroom, full
(All classifieds must be paidIn 8 ft. Duro Stepladder $7.98
advance. bath. Will sell or trade. M. M.

I Sistrunk, Route 1, Lee, Florida. THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
ONE WEEK FREE Phone 971-5520. pdjj 8-12 423 N.W. Howard St.

SIX MONTHS GUARANTEE .. Tel. 362-3075
', Classifieds ordered for four
Ji.' weeks, run the last week free. FARMERS: It takes money to cbej tf
$2.25 will pay for a 30 word make money. See your coopera-
advertisement for four weeks. tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. FOR SALE Factory rebuilt upright
: Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Terms up to 7 years. See
; UNDERWOOD STANDARD REMINGTON STANDARD; for Proven Results. North Florida Production Credit piano. Also old brick,
Association S. Ohio Ave.. Frigidaire range and refrigerator -
362-2588 Live Oak Florida couch and chairs. Mrs. Bill
cabe tf Cordle phone

". TYPEWRITER ', TYPEWRITER For Sale-Real EstateFOR 3622240.pbbj 5-8

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FOR SALE Super C Farmall
SALE -Two bedroom block MONUMENTS tractor, plow disc mower, fertilizer -
SubDivision. -
Good Condition house in Pinewood distributor, and grass
I 15"
Pica
; Carriage Type and
monthly payments
Low
We have a complete )fine of seeder. cattle squeeze, small
Brin-
Joe
small equity. Contact monuments built to your specifications tools. T. A. Rowand & Son.
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son. nc and erected on your Phone 362-2360. pbbe 5-8

ONLY S FOR SALE Three bedroom cemetery plot.
SELLING OUT Entire herd of
brick home tile bath carport Call or come by and eee our
85OOReconditioned display at 416 E. Howard Street. registered Polled Herefords -
hot water
: Only natural gas heating bulls cows with calves bred
heater Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt.
cows heifers all must go. T
., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- JAMES B. DANIELS A. Rowand & Son, Phone 362-

559 95 2505. Pdej 2-9 FUNERAL HOMEcbej 2360. pbbe 5-8

residential acre-
Commercial or FOR SALE Purebred Duroc
age under development at Junc- tf males and gilts, reasonable. Two
,( : tion of U. S. 90 and Hwy 49 slightly used automatic feeders.

_. for sale by Winston Rogers Call Lonnie B. Hurst 362-1421.
O. Box 217. Phone
Realtor P.
pbbe 5-8
v FOR RENT
; 362-2630. Pbbe 5-8
SMITH CORONA UNDERWOOD STANDARD FOR SALE Cypress tobacco
;!t FOR SALE Two bedroom FOR RENT Unfurnished two sticks at mill one mile southof
house and lot $1500 cash. One bedroom house also one small Madison on State Road 14.

f ELECTRIC PORTABLE TYPEWRITERTYPEWRITER I bedroom house and lot $1100 house. Phone Phone 973-6334 after 7 pan
3622565.pbbe
cash. Thomas Discount Company 6-9 GIRLIE RAGANS. Madison
phone 35'-3055, Jackson- Fla. cfjj 6-11
', ville. Florida. pbbe 6-9 FOR RENT Good two bedroom

Rebuilt house edge city limits. Call FOR SALE An American model -
FOR SALE Three bedroom 362-1681. cajj tf housetrailer, size 8 by 46 feet
frame house air conditioned
long. If interested call Mrs.
carport, utility room tile bath, FOR RENT Three room apartment Florence McCall at 3621576.
>11'> shower and tub, 2 large corner moderately furnished,
Cairriage Elite TypeJ. pajj 8
Like New -
i lots, 2 years old. Engleside Sub- conveniently located. Phone
division. Call 362-3079. cajj tf 362-2208. cajj tf LIKE NEW 30" Kenmore elec-

FOR SALE OR RENT Three APARTMENT FOR RENT 211 tric range. Original price $150.
12" -Elite bedroom house 1% miles west Parshley. See manager apart- $50 buys it. See Mrs. John Fu-
Carriage Type
: qua at Pearl and Marymac 8t,
J. : $110.00 of city limits on Madison rd. ment one. pajj 8
Only Live Oak. pajj 8
; Phone 362-2360 T. A. Rowand. FOR RENT one 2-room apart-

Only cajj tf ment and one 3-room apartment What has become of the idea
2 that our winters are getting pro-
with private baths window -
0 HELP WANTEDShort fans and plenty parking gressively warmer?

space. 213 N. Walker Ave.
order cook and other kitchen Phone 362-1074. cajj tf Motor Rewinding

help. Apply Gold Leaf .Res-
taurant Ohio and Howard FOR RENT Three bedroom
Phone 362-2214. cajj tf place with large living room. Repair and Rewinding
McCrimon'sice Has finished wood floors, nice Any Kind Electric Motor

Supply't A III location. Call 362-2935 or 963- Also Sales and Service
FOR THE FRESHEST 2743. cajj U CALL
SEAFOODS I UcCnUen Heetrfe Motor Bepair

... Mack's Fish Market Telephone Day 332-3278

t"1; St. Phone 362-2171 Ptec ATe.HCYr. II Ii WORK WANTED 217 Howard-NIdlt 3fI.ue 9t

PICKLED PEPPERS I
LIVE OAK FLORIDA Plume 3F -10 j LAWNS MOWED Call Hal Hunter Bros. Bafldlng_
( Bruce 362-2487. ere 7-10 oe&etfPAGE

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THURSDAY, JULYf 4;.';t9G3' SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK,. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE .
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In Branford *' Canned, Pineapple Adds a Tropical P-TA President At Rotary Luncheon


Fire Need For Wills, Touch to Salad Weaver Points To -
Prevention Explains[ School Progress ._


Aired At Area Men's Club Meet Survey ReportDr. Of Sheriffs Boys Ranch '

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The Branford Area Men's Club heard addresses from M. R. Zinober, president of Harry Weaver, admimst rator; of the Florida Sheriffs

two speakers Monday who emphasized to the membership the Live Oak Parent Teachers. Boys Ranch, addressed the ]Rotary Club Monday on Ute

i, f the need for adequate fire prevention and the imperil Association, appeared before the progress made by the ranch in recent years.administrator .

tance of wills. ... a ++R.ah.. ars' Kiwanis Club recently and dis- Weaver, who has been for two years,
1 -
E. B. Goss of the Florid la Inspection Rating BureauHe cussed the recent survey of Su noted the ranch has grown :steadily since 1957. It now

told the club that prevention, not emphasized that drafting a Vw n wannee High School. conductedby has a swimming pool, 66-passeng-1 physicians are participating in
control, was the fundamental element will involves legal decisionmaking Y 5 4k the PTA.Zinober er bus. library, medical clinic, this program. A retiring Jackson

'
of fire fighting. And he that needs the attention of sf P referred to the reports new cottage, a new water system ville doctor drives to the ranch

underscored the role of local fire competent professional judgment submitted by the chairmen of the and additional personnel he once a month to provide pediatric -

+ departments in achieving this He added that wills, for most 10 P-TA committees that surveyed pointed out. care, he said.

people, are relatively simple instruments the school. He cited the defici- The administrator noted that Weaver explained that tee

is end.Goss noted that buildings today that would involve very encies and good points.- that financing and personnel turnoverare ranch takes boys between the ages

should be constructed with em- little expense. ra's. these committees found to exist the ranch's greatest problems, of 8-124 years old. He noted that

phasis on fire safety, using nonflammable .. yt in the schools. while school is the biggest prob- they must qualify as to need and

materials wherever These 10 committees covered lem confronting the ranch's 54 be healthy with average intelli

possible. Mrs. Alma Lee .4 Y.'. areas of transportation, special gence. The latter two qualifications -

c He, appealed to the Branford services, classroom facilities boys.He are necessary because of the
said that personal contri-
This cool, colorful and chicken salad will make a hit
pineapple limitations of the ranch environment
-
town officials to enact building health, school site, buildings
t Funeral ServicesMrs. butions are a great help in defraying -
with the girls at a patio luncheon. Surround the chicken mixture
he continued.
codes and zoning regulations that safety, and the school ,
crisply accented with celery, radishes and almonds with the spicy space such expenses as a $3.-
Weaver said that of the
I would limit fire hazards and pre- Alma Lee, 42, of McAlpin marinated pineapple slices. Then garnish with perky greens and plant. 500 monthly payroll. Some money many
serve low insurance notes and the died after a lengthy illness Wed- bright wedges of watermelon and cantaloupe. Poppy seed rolls and Zinober told the "Kiwanians comes from out of state. Right boys go home for two weeks in

1' health and welfare of citizens. nesday, June 26, at 11 a.m.ln theJ. iced tea complete the menu. that this survey was approved by now a $25,000 will is being pro- the summer and for one week

I Goss, whose avocation is being Hillis Miller Health Center at CHICKEN SALAD WITH SPICED PINEAPPLE the Board of Public Instruction bated in Hickory, N. C., Weaver during Christmas. Eight boys
chief of the Interlachen Volun- the University of Florida in before it began and was done by said. And the ranch is the bene- have returned to their homes
1 ((1-pound 14-ounce) can 2 cups thinly sliced celery
permanently because of
develop-
teer Fire Department, explainedthe Gainesville.Mrs. pineapple slices 6 sliced radishes the P-TA as a public service. He ficiary of a number of insurance
history and function of ,the noted that the board has been ments that caused their hoaelife
Lee, a housewife, was 1 lemon yt cup toasted silvered policies. to
Inspection ,Rating Bureau. born in' Lafayette County but 12 whole allspice almonds very cooperative with the P-TA One of the ranch's prizes is its improve .he said.

The bureau, he said, is the off- lived most of her lifetime in Su- yt cup sugar 1 cup mayonnaise both before the survey and after mixed herd of 150 head of regis- The decision to return a boy

spring of the Southeastern Un- wannee County. She was a mem- 1 tablespoon prepared 1 tablespoon lemon Juice its completion. tered Angus and Hereford cattle to his former home depends on

derwriters Association (SEUA), ber of the Rocky Sink Baptist horseradish 1 teaspoon grated onion Based upon reports submittedby Weaver noted. The boys have the sheriffs office's youth sec-
3 diced cooked chicken Salad melon wedgesTo tion, court case worker, and interviews
cups greens
that was formed by 45 insurance Church. the various committees, Zino- put out the effort to acquire this

companies to bring prder from Mrs. Lee is survived by her syrup drained from pineapple add a 2-inch spiral of lemon ber concluded that the schools are fine herd and several of them are the administrator said.
peel, allspice and Simmer 5 minutes. Add Juice from lemon Weaver pointed out that the
sugar.
the chaos of early rateguessing.The husband, Wayne Lee of McAlpin; In real danger of losing their ac- active in the Future Farmers of
and horseradish. Pour over pineapple. Refrigerate overnight. ranch has established a scholar
bureau, an independent ag- creditation.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Combine chicken celery, radishes and two-thirds of almonds. Toss America. ship fund for sending its youthsto
ency and one of a number of Webb of Luraville four daughters "The only solution which we Weaver explained that the
; with mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon lemon juice and grated onion. Chill. college when they graduate
similar bureaus throughout the Mrs. McLendon of Waldo To serve arrange salad on platter. Surround with spiced pineapple.Top see is the immediate employmentof ranch receives help in a numberof from high school.

t country, inspects buildings and Loiselle Standridge of Gainesville with almonds. Garnish with greens and melon wedges. Makes additional skilled building other ways. For example, the Pepsi-Cola
Bottling
t areas to determine what fair insurance Miss Edna Lee and Miss 6 to 8 servings. trades personnel and engage in a Duval Dental Association pro- donation Company to made the first
this fund, he said.
rates are. Lynette Lee of McAlpin; three crash program of repair, replace- vides dental care to the boys at .

When the bureau sets these sons, Edward Lee, Jerry Lee, and ment, and alteration as indicatedin no charge to the ranch. The boys

rates, insurance companies con- Terry Lee of McAlpin; four sis- Prehistoric IndiansLongAbandoned the survey reports," Zinober are taken to the Duval County Public Defender NamedGov.

form to them. Insurance categories ters, Mrs. Lorena Fennell of said.The Jail where officers take them to Farris Bryant Friday appointed -

covered by the bureau include Luraville, Mrs. Margaret Bryantof Mesa Verde second problem the school participating dentists. All of them John Westberry of Perry

fire damage, lightning, wind- Live Oak Mrs. Hazel Wilkerson system faces is acquiring ade- get back to the ranch the same public defender for Suwannee

storm, hail, earthquake, mischief, of Luraville and Mrs. Annie I quate facilities 10 years from day he said. County and the Third Judicial

and most general mishaps. Rogers of McAlpin: two brothers Now Thronged With VisitorsThe now, or even five years from this Weaver added that all local Circuit.

Wills Discussed Glenn Webb and Hubbard date, Zinober said.
Ernest A. Sellers, attorney and Webb of Jacksonville.She cliff cities (of Color ado's Mesa Verde National The executive board of the

associate with the Alfred T. Airth had three grandchidren. Park, lost and silent for centu[lies, now bustle with visitors P-TA supports the principle of LOW COST LOANS AVAILABLEFOR

+ firm pointed out that there is Funeral services for Mrs. Lee and archeologists. facilities to be built at a new

no substitute for a will. were conducted in the New Har- National Park personnelup are sweeping out, patching site," he added. HOUSEHOLD FINANCING APPLIANCES
He explained that the head of mony Baptist Church, several Pueblo Indian Senior High students, these new
Saturday, and stabilizing prehistoric
: (TVs, WASHERS, DRYERS, ETC.)
each household, or any property June 29, at 11 ajn. with Rev. C. dwellings in preparation for the structed high-storied dwellings ties to be built at a new site," he NEW AND USED AUTOS

owner, is the most capable indi- B. Travis, pastor of the Friend- summer throngs already increased that stuck like wasp nests to the added. PERSONAL LOANS
vidual of deciding the distribu- ship Baptist Church, 1300 the The P-TA president stressed
officiating.She 55 per cent over last year. yellow limestone. By FOR ANY WORTHWHILE NEED
tion of his estate upon death. was buried in the New Har- At Wetherill Mesa, one of the Mesa Verde Indians had aband- that to continue on without assuring MONTHLY PAYMENTS -

V And the will is the best suited mony Cemetery. many canyon-carved hills in the oned their cities and disappeared. that the schools will be TO FIT YOUR BUDGET '-
vehicle for performing this func- reaccredited in the fall
Active pallbearers were Sam 80-square-mile Park, archeologists or provid- k
tion, he said. ing adequate facilities for future ALL FINANCING
Pearson Gerald Gamble,. Buck are completing excavations at Tree-ring studies indicate a
1 Sellers noted that some of the Newbern, students would cause a calamityin BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING
Sidney Hurst Bobby three major cliff houses, a small prolonged drought parched the
results that can be accomplishedby Johnson, and Hardy McLean. to 1299. Soil the Suwannee County educa-
cave and five mesa-top sites. region from 1276 Come In And Talk Over Your Needs With
a will include avoiding the Suwannee Funeral Home was Prehistoric Water Works erosion and overpopulation may tional system. "The Friendly First"
expense of bond premiums choos- in .
charge.: Excavations by the National have helped trigger the mass de-
ing the estate executor, arrangingfor Park Service and the National sertion. The common octopus feeds THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

care of minors without guard- Mrs. Sandlin Geographic Society recently un- The cliff-hanging cities were principally on crabs, according to LIVE OAK
ianship proceedings avoiding 64 the Encyclopedia Britannica.
covered elaborate ditches and lost to man for 600 years until
court proceedings the sale of
channels of an ancient water two cowboys, Richard Wetherilland
property, and making the decis- Funeral ServicesMrs. system used by agricultural Indians Charles Mason rode throughthe i

ion as to how the estate is divid- who inhabited the area in twisting canyons in 1888 and .

ed rather than having it determ- Pear Goff Sandlin of the 13th century. chanced upon the ruins. I
ined by the law in the event there ,
Michigan .. lnd. -
and a nativeof Five large ditches apparently
Is no will. Suwannee County died Fridayat trapped rain in a 15-acre area, .
Walter Brennan, star "The ." -
of
The attorney asserted that in '
7:35 in carried it to artificial .
pjn. Michigan City. then an '
cases where there is no will, or awill Mrs. Real McCoys", owns and operatesa : ..; <.,_'. .-..." J."
Sandlin a 64-year-old reservoir. When the lake filled
.( is present but fails to con- grapefruit ranch in California
widow, was the daughter of the the surplus water flowed down a
form to the law, large portions and a Hereford cattle ranch in .
late Mr. and Mrs. Kannon Goff channel to supply 16 large pueblo
of an estate may be wasted Oregon.
of Suwannee County. She was dwellings below.
through legal entanglements and
born on Aug. 9, 1898. The discovery indicates that COMPANY

$ squabbling among heirs over Mrs. Sandlin, a Baptist had the Indians of the Mesa Verde rl ,11'-J.T -
what constitutes fair .
a split.A
lived in Michigan City for one had a thorough knowledge of use- J lliJfEll.i LIVE OAKS' FINEST DEPARTMENT. STORE
properly drawn will would : f"
I year preceding her death. ful terrain and practical hydrol- *
save this expensive and distaste- <+ .;mw '.,
She is
survived by three sons.
.ful litigation Sellers added. ogy.Archeologists
Guston Sandlin of Michigan City also found a
He pointed that a person may ry Introducing NEW!
Houston Sandlin of the Canal Pueblo infant mummy wrappedin
completely, disinherit any and all Zone and Jack Sandlin of Jack- rabbit skins and feather blanket -
of his heirs except his wife. Un-
sonville; two sisters Mrs. Della some 20 skeletons, seven store- OOMf9
der the law, she has dower rights
and claim Coleman of McAlpin and Mrs. rooms filled with pottery, and a SUMMER CLEARANCE .
4 may up to one-third of
the Bessie Sullivan of Live Oak;; one curious oval stone pit with a slab-
{ estate will or no will, the attorney
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brother, John Goff of McAlpin. lined hearth believed to be the Ifjj] HEARING
continued.
She had two grandchildren. site of secret religious ceremon- : -

can Sellers cut pointed probate out costs that and a will can Funeral services for Mrs. Sand- ies.The GLASSES + GETS UNDER WAY

even reduce inheritance taxes lin were conducted In the Suwannee diggings, now in their byMAICC ,
under -
what Funeral Home Chapel Tues- fifth year are part of a major
't they would be if no will
existed. day at 3:30 pjn. with Rev. Glenn scientific effort supported by the .
Summer and Rev. C. B. Davis of- National Geographic Society to Ri ENTIRE STOCK
Look better, hear better
ficiating. She was buried in the learn more about the cliff-dwelling Y with advanced design

City Cemetery. Pueblo Indians who flourished CELEBRITY Hearing

7oto 05t Active pallbearers were John for centuries and reached a :t. Glasses. You'll be
L. Crawford, Howard Goff. Hill- high state of culture before van- ... > amazed the hi-fi clar- Ladies Summer DressesALL

1 man Goff Deaun Gaston, Ron- ishing mysteriously 700 years ago. il/. Easy, no-strain hear-
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k666 ald Sumner and Reginald Scott. Studies of .architecture artifacts ii ten ing you

Suwannee Funeral Home was burials, soil, pollen, wood, years younger. SIZES MISSY, JUNIORS, HALF-SIZES

in charge. charcoal, and plant life ,of the THOMAS V. DUCK, JR.

area are part of the project. A Laboratory Trained

Indians settled the forested Hearing Aid Consultant 25

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"green table" in Spanish) at the MAICO HEARING

SATURDAY beginning of the Christian Era.
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. SIX, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK- FLORIDA -. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963
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I- Social Security AnswersEditor's .. LIVESTOCK FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGOFernandma


REPORT St. Johns :River Blockaded .I

( Note: These questions! age 72 if your income is not too ,

and answers are compiled by Wil- high, you may be able to get By FLORIDA STATElIARKETING
liam. M. Eanes, District Manager some monthly payments while BUREAU (This is another In a seriesof ed or hindered from such means both loaded with cotton. There er who reported a suspicious boat
for the Social Security Administration working full time. If your income articles portraying Floridaas of manufacturing one of the absolute was no crew aboard either ship with six men in her. having been
at Valdosta. Eanes invites from the business is too high for Cattle and calf trading at the I events unfolded 100 years necessaries of life -salt and they were captured; then by seen in behind Cotteral's Key
readers to mail their questions to us to pay you if you keep on Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- ago, published by the Florida but should each one have the means of poleing, towing and and he feared an attack on the
him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta, working, you could still get ket Wednesday, June 26, con- Civil War Centennial Commis- privilege of occupying as much sailing, the Federal vessels and light-house after dark. I anchored -
Ga. Please do not mail your Inquiries checks if you could find some way tinued low with a slight increaseto sion.) land as is actually necessary to he two prizes arrived back at and sent my boat and also the
to this paper.) to stay out of the business thatis 133 sold over last week's 85. Edited By him according to the extent of Punta Gorda at dark. At daylight, keeper's fully manned and armed
QUESTION: When I came to : no longer take an active part George C. Avery of the Florida SAMUEL PROCTOR the salt works, for the manufac- July 9, they were under way and found the abovementionedboat.
Bureau reported
your office I told you what I in running it. Beginning with the State that trading Marketing was active with demand University of Florida turing of this article." again and arrived back at 2 that
month you reach age 72, we can JULY 1 A Federal naval report afternoon.
thought about all the questions good for all classes particu- JULY 8 The following Is an JULY 12 The official mili-
/ you asked me. You sure need a pay you no matter how much you larly for stocker cows and calves. Issued today shows the U.s.s. excerpt of a letter written by JULY 11 The U.s. schooner tary report on the fighting near
r lot of papers to pay me my hus- make. Avery said however that all Potomska on blockade duty at Captain C. A. Bryan to his family Annie today captured the whaleboat Jackson. Mtes.. cites Ma party of
band's social security. In my QUESTION: I keep reading classes were too few in one or Fernandma and the u.s. steamers in Florida after the Battle of Alice out of Havana bound skirmishers of the let 3rd. and
opinion most of this should not where your main office Is tryingto both weeks to accurately test E. B. Hale and Norwich in the I Gettysburg, Pa.; "Thank God for Tampa. In describing the incident 4th Florida. 47th Georgia a-d
be necessary. What are you goingto find people who are due to get price trends except feeder-stocker St. John's River. I brother and myself escaped unhurt the commander of the Cobb's Battery who took the en*-
do about making it easier for social security checks but have calves weighing over 250 pounds JULY 3 Boats from the through all the fighting, Annie reports: "Upon my reaching my's flank and captured 200 prts
people to get what Is due them? never made claim for them. Are which were strong to fully. $3 U.s.s. Fort Henry today capturedthe which was the hardest I ever saw. the Northwest Channel lighthouse oners and colors of the 28th 4L>t.
ANSWER: We are always look- you doing that here? higher. Confederate sloop boat Emma My' Company is nearly all gone. I was boarded by the keep- and 53rd Illinois regiments:'
Ing for new ways to improve our ANSWER: This search for peo- Feeder-stockers made up 90 per near Sea Horse Key. She was Our regiment numbers 54 offic-
service to the public. Since you ple who should be getting checksis cent of the run while calves were bound to Havana from St. Marks ers and men, and brigade only
: with thirteen barrels of tar.
i pay for social security, you have going on all over the country.It 56 per cent of the total Avery 140 men. I'll give you a list of the
JULY 4 There is auctionin
an
a right to I expect us to be very has been fairly successful. We continued. killed and wounded of my company -
High-cutter and utility slaughter Tallahassee at 11:00 this morn- WARD'S ENTERPRISES INC.
careful about the way we handle have already taken many claims ; All Captains of the Fifth
steers brought $16-$18 per ing and a "fine large young bug- ,
your money. You certainly would from people who thought they Florida except Bryan and
one
hundred pounds, heifers were absent gy and family horse will be sold
I not want us paying people who could not get social security other were either killed or wounded P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD FLORIDA
from the run, and cutter for cash.
have no right to social security checks. But these folks should on July 2. He lists 6 killed and
and brought $1250$15.50. JULY Admiral
low-utility cows 6 Bailey, informs -
payments. To protect you against not wait for us to come to them. twenty-six wounded from his
Washington that "the vigi-
false claims and to keep from They could lose by wait- ,
money Cutter bulls sold from $14-$16; lence and activity of his squadron Company. Some of the woundedwere Manufacturers and Distributors
paying persons who do not meet ing. Every 62
person age or over taken prisoner.
bulls down to .
canner were $11.Highutility is attested by the fact that
the legal rules for who is not
payment some now getting social security -
and Standard calves out of fifty-two vessels which JULY 10 The commander of
Complete Mixed Fertilizers
very definite Information
is payments ought to get in Anhydrous Ammonia
traded from $20-$20.50. have left Havana since the first the U. S. bark Restless at Char-
necessary Over the years we have touch with us about his rights I .
Medium mostly yearling of April for the of lotte Harbor makes the Direct Application
cut out purpose running following Nitrogen Solution
a great deal of paper- under the law. There will alwaysbe I feeder-stocker steers brought $19.- i
the blockade but seven have report the
on expedition Peace
work whenever up I
we found that it some people who will not be 50-$22.50. commons sold from
succeeded, the rest have been Creek
and July 6-9.
from
Learning
was not needed. Based on experience able to get checks. But there will $15 $19.25, and inferiors brought
-
brought into this port (Key two refugees that two vessels GET TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE
we will be lot
keep up our effort a more who will find to $11-$16. Inferior and lowcommon -
to simplify our work. We their surprise that they have heifers traded from $15-$16.- West)" loaded with cotton were off Cape
will welcome any helpful sugges- been passing up monthly pay- The U.s.s. DeSoto today cap- Haze attempting to run out, an
25.Common tured the Confederate schooner expedition CALL US FOR PROMPT
was sent Peace DELIVERY
tions you would like to make. ments just because they have not cows brought $13.50- up
Lady enroute from St. Creek to Punta
Maria
QUESTION: Can you tell me come after them. Unless a person $17.50. inferiors sold from $10- Gorda where it
why I have to sell my business gets checks our records show his $13.50, and inferior and lowcommon Marks to Havana with 104 balesof anchored. On July 7, the Rosalie, 935.2101 7762191Otto

before I can get old age social address only at the time he got cow-calf pairs brought $16.- cotton. tender for the Restless was found
security? his social security card many 25-$17. JULY 7 The Trustees of the about five miles up the creek
ANSWER: We would like to years ago.QUESTION. Medium and low-good calves Internal Improvement Board in where she had grounded. When Dickman David Maxwell Johnny Goff

know who gave you this incorrect : My wife and I weighing between 250-450 pounds an effort to prevent speculatorsfrom the tide came in she was able to Salesman Sales Manager SalesmanFor
information. You do not have to brought $20-$26 commons sold at buying up swamp and over- proceed again and the two ves-
just can't get by small -
on our soCial
get rid of your business. Under checks. We $15-$20, and inferiors sold from flowed lands suitable for salt sels moved slowly upstream until
security monthly 12751475. Medium and low- making, is with-drawing from sale nightfall and then anchored. At
ThtfLfl are both sick and can't work. good calves weighing between all such public lands "lying with- 6 o'clock the following morning, fast, economical repair service on all your farm equipment
DRIVERS LICENSESARE Could you give us a little more 100-250 pounds brought $22.25- in two miles of the coast or July 8, two cutters moved up to bring it to our shop. Phone 7762181. We manufacture

RENEWABLETHE each month? $39 mostly $23-$32. Commons marsh." The Trustees say: "It is Horse Creek where they found SPRAYERS, FARM TRAILERS CULTIVATORS and COUL-
MONTH OF YOUR ANSWER: Unfortunately, not; ranged from $17.25$24.Hog desirable in this great crisis that two Confederate vessels the TERS.
I I
i BIRTHDAY I I the amount you get depends on Sales I the people should not be preclud- schooner Anne and a small sloop,
REECE BROWN your average monthly earnings Hog trading remained consis-
t COUNTY JUDGE before you started getting your tent with previous weeks with 346
II II checks. Unless you work again to being sold at this sale comparedwith

341 sold in last week's mar- S \
i ket action. .\)

f Mixed grades of 180-210 pound
STAMPEDE! barrows and gilts brought $17.37 _

with one carefully sorted lot .-. ..
bringing $17.71; 210-240 pounds y ,'. y
$17.36 240-270 pounds $16.76 : -

160-180 pounds $16.90, 140-160 .s\\\ 1 J. .
pounds $1625, 120-140 pounds

$15.50 100-120 pounds $15, and _
80-100 pounds. $14. _
'1llll Most sows weighing between

-- 180-400 pounds brought $13.20-
$14; 400-600 pounds sold from
: 11251175. Boars sold for $7. ..
Medium and good feeder pigs .... S ItC r
t weighing between 45-90 pounds

brought $15.75-$17.50. Goods ,: :
fa C: weighing between 90-135 pounds ,
sold from $16-$17.50. . .se5 $ .
ft .
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LNDAi The Florida Council of 100

made up of leaders of industry,
j finance and education, is the only saveripsAthesoLs

,11 i organization of its type working }.-
1! 83 COMO with state government anywhere
t now offers I in the nation. t: : . . .1 I
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ll; : V 8 HORSEPOWER Jim Bunning 19-game winner .r

for the Detroit Tigers last season

j .. struck out 183 American leaguebatters
11 ... ''' ..
: ; : in 258 innings.
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change these average earnings we ;
iI .. '1 cannot raise the amount of your '
checks. If you have not already

<. plus fine-car styling. smoother ride done so, why not get in touch ,f

;, : C. best resale value record In the field. with your county office for children's t
., ;
and family services (wel-
VISITMOTOR fare), and explain your problemto

: ;\ RA TUFF COMPANY tfiem. May be they can providea
little extra income each monthto
E. HOWARD ST. PHONE 362-1112
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i t w Miss Sharon Lee Hart Wedding Miss Aue,RitesMiss Mr. Strange Here And There I



Shirley Ann Aue became Miss Sara Lee Mattingly and has received word from .tl ieir,sen, ,

the bride of Joseph D. Strange, Thomas Blake Mattingly of At- Major Joe H. Smith Jr., who is

S'ti.TN Friday, June twenty-eighth at lanta, Ga., arrived Monday to now stationed at Suffolk County

I eight o'clock in the evening at visit their grandparents, Dr. and Air Force Base, Weothaspton

the First Baptist Church of Jack- Mrs. G. A. Lee. Beach Long Island New York,

sonville with Dr. Homer G. Lind- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Newton that he and his family will be

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor sey officiating.The and Dan and Mary Lou were transferred the latter part- of

bride is the daughter of week end guests of Mrs. Newton's July to Rome, Italy. Major Smith

Henry Aue of this city and Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Town- is highly elated over his transfer.

Open House HonorsMr. Kelly-Putnel Yq{ .rs y.. Strange the son of Mrs. Nellie I send and attended the Taylor reunion He will be Commander of his new

r Fowler.A held in Jasper at the
) I base.Mr.
And ftlrs. Todd Engagement AnnouncedMr. program of wedding music V.F.W. Hall this reunion beingan and Mrs. Rudolph De ce

( from three and Mrs. P. F. Kelly Sr. #4, : .- ,: was presented by Miss Louise annual affair. and daughter of Tattahaseee
Sunday afternoon announce the engagement and Yr um Turner, organist and Mrs. Doro- Mrs. J. D. Martin and son, spent the week end with Mis.
and Mrs.
Mr.
t until five o'clock approaching marriage of their %c4 thy Ledford soloist. Gary left for Haines City Thurs- Deese's parents Mr. and Mrs. H.
0..M. Todd honored on their
were daughter#Christalee to Richard f.:: Given in marriage by her father day after spending several days J. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Deeee attended -

twenty-fifth wedding anniversarywith Lane Putnel of Ft. Meade son of }.SrFtC.Y the bride chose Miss Kathie in Live Oak. Mrs. Martin and the Deese-Sanders wed-
home
an open house at their with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Putnel of Live Keller as her maid of honor and Gary are spending the summerin ding in Cross City Sunday and
the Newbern Road
on only attendant. Haines City with Dr. Martin, left Monday for a vacation in

t O'Donald Hatch Mrs. Edward Oak.An August second wedding is Frank Strange acted his who is with the U. S. Agriculture North Carolina. Their daughter,
.N as
Mrs. Vincent Jones
Howland being planned. ranwxr ?yr. brother's best Ushers Control Program stationed in Sherry Deese, is spending a few
Mrs. C. O. Palmer Mrs. Kenneth : t IcI Claude man. were Haines City. days here with her grandparents.Mr. .
Strange and Harold
Homer Goffas ;
and Mrs.
M Baldwin ..,W .. Strange brothers of the bride- Miss Maria Proulx and Miss and Mrs. J. G. Porter and

hostesses. Engaged, Pair Feted ..5' ..a"w 6yiaa;.; groom. Madonna LeMasters returned to children are vacationing in Crys-

I Pink gladioli and greenery were With Hamburger FryMr ; The bride appeared in a formal their home in Ft. Myers last week tal River and Eustis this week.

r used at vantage points throughout N gown of all silk with after spending sometime here as Mrs. F. M. Smith and daughter
organza
Edwards
the living room. .and Mrs. Tommy of their Kay visiting relatives in
fitted bodice scalloped Sabrina guests cousin Miss Con- are !
Greeting the guests at the door entertained Miss Martha Jean ; neckline finished with Alencon nie Cannon and their grandparents Ocala.

was Mrs. C. O. Palmer. Allen and Philip Odom with a ; ',?.7ni iv yvK lace appliqued long sleeves end- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. James. Mr. and Mrs. Donald KHfc-
Recre- )
at the
The anniversary table was hamburger supper ing in calla lily points over the Mr and Mrs. Buddy James brew and children are spendingthis

covered with a green linen cloth ation Center last Monday even- wrists. The controlled front bouf- and children are visiting in Wau- week with relatives in Smith

overlaid with lace. On one end ing.White fant fell gracefully with full chula this week. Georgia. ,
of the table was the three-tiered linen cloths were over- .. chapel train and Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon Week end visitors of Mr. and
tables where My. was highlighted -
anniversary cake topped with laid on the long floral with a wide soft double bow and daughter Connie spent last Mrs. E. S. Palmer were Mr. and
and
white wedding bells. Each tier the guests were seated at the center of the back waist week in Daytona Beach. Mrs. Ralph Schwartz and daughters -
of the cake was encircled with designs of pastel gladioli were :4YAY+.J.jYy line. Her veil Miss Connie Cannon returned Judy and Joyce, of Jacksonville -
3 .St4r rnss + was a finger tip
*
tables. yct >
the
silver leaves. The crystal punch placed on covered t + $;. 't3aHF5.a.A veil of imported illusion securedto home Sunday from Cocoa Beach Mr. and Mrs. Hall Leg-
table
bowl placed at the other end of The buffet was where she visited her cousin Mr. gett and daughter, Wynelte of
a crown of She
seed pearls.
the table was entwined with ivy with a white linen cloth and cen- y+ mo',Xcrm. carried white and Mrs. R. D. Cannon Jr. Largo, Everette Reynolds e-f

and held punch. Centeringthe tered with pastel gladioli ar- ,.,.. Jt .. .: a Bible with a cen- Clearwater, and Mrs. Mary Reg-
green t .u:3:; % :y4.V'wi k'ay or.4 .. tered Fleu 'd a mour centered Mrs. Irene Zipperer and granddaughters -
:: ''"'
rangement. ?Ltg; d 24i2v' bR::.w' %;\ :
table was the silver candela- :.:' 'x 4 R, r .+t with white orchid and satin rib- Miss Annette Boat- ers of Lee.
Ed- g
and Mrs.
bra with white tapers centered Assisting Mr. ,. ;; right and Miss Susan Boatright Miss Patsy Palmer returned to
.'. y ,
wards in serving were Mr. and i *4 ;,z. ,?''x.' ':; Kyy; boned bow and matching stream-
$
with an appronette of white glad- s,r.'ly; returned, home Sunday after Largo with Mr. and Mrs. Leggett
oil and Angel feathers. Mints and Mrs. G.Charles. Pulley and Mr. and xn M ers.The maid'of honor selected an spending two weeks at St. Au- to spend some time with them.

nuts in crystal compotes were Mrs. D. Fletcher. gustine Beach with Mrs. Zipper- Mr. and Mrs. Eston Mitten of
also on the table. The hosts presented the hon- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trammell (Dennis) Hart of Live Oak aqua dress of satapeau over taffeta er's sister, Mrs. J. G. Culpepperand Quitman Ga., spent the week end
fitted bodice featured a
Mrs. ODonald Hatch cut the orees with a gift. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Susan Cul- here with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn

cake and Mrs. Edward Howland Around forty guests were pres- daughter, Sharon Lee to Homer Franklin Ratliff son of Mr. and round neckline and cap sleeves. pepper. Miss Culpepper returned Milton and family.
The street length sheath was top-
ent for the affair. .
presided over the punch bowl. Mrs. Cary H. Ratliff also of Live Oak. ped with a full length detachableskirt. home with them for a few days u s

Floor hostesses were Mrs. Miss Hart is 1963 visit. Mrs. Merle Boatright accompanied -
a graduate of Suwannee High School and The matching head piece

Homer Goff and Mrs. Kenneth Circles holdJoint.. Mr...Bailiff,,.graduated in 1958, from Suwannee High School. was a whimsy of flowers with a her mother and No.1
Baldwin. daughters to St. Augustine and and grits- the poor man's standby -
Picnic SupperCircle Wedding plans will be announced later. short veil. She carried a nosegayof
Approximately one hundred carnations. returned home after spendingthe ? Or a tax on medicine fer the
guests called during the appointed Three and Four of the matching week end there. elderly who are on pensions?

hours. First Presbyterian Church met Smith-Jackson Rehearsal SupperThe ... ... After a reception in the church Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Smith -Perry News Herald
Educational Building, the couple
Monday evening at 7 o'clock at rehearsal dinner for the at the home of Mrs. Emory Ross,
left for the south-
trip through
a
Club House at
the Florida Power
Smith-Jackson held 15.
wedding was Saturday night June !
of the state. The bride
FOR YOUR Ellaville for a joint meeting and The buffet style supper was ern part SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
and groom will make their homeat
TREE TRIMMING & picnic supper. Heidi Hunter HonoredOn served on the lawn of the home. 5001 Phillips Highway, Jack- BUILDING NEEDS
J TREE REMOVAL Guests of the circles were the Miss Rlette Ross assisted in sonville.
and Mrs. James Walkup. First
Rev.
Birthday
TRENCHING OR serving. PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
The. devotional given by
was Mrs.
Garnett Hunter honoredher
Thirty-five guests were present. PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
I' DITCHING Mrs. I. R. Teagle and the program daughter, Heidi on her first Birth AnnouncementMr.
Those from out of town were Rev.
CALL "The King Arranges For birthday Tuesday, June 25, witha Cecil Poitivent Qf Perry Mr. and and Mrs."John Martin of Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
His Departure", based on Scrip- party at her home on Pearl Ave. Gainesville announce the birth of
Mrs. Elzie Smith of Branford
f FloodConstruction ture taken from Matthew 26:1730 Birthday cake and ice cream Miss Bertie Zimmerman, aunt of a son Wednesday. June 26, in

Co. was presented by the Rev. were served to the eight guests the groom and Mrs. Lillian Briz- Alachua General Hospital.He Langford Builders SupplyEast
c Walkup.Mrs. present which included the hono- I has been named John
of the
ale, grandmother groom.
T. L. Dobbins gave the ree's grandmother Mrs. George Chester Martin Jr. Helvenston Street Phone 362-2873
362-2101 monthly emphasis "Christian Allen and her great grandmother Mrs. Daisy Martin of Live Oakis LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

_4_ Citizenship". Mrs. T. J. Clements. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) the paternal grandmother.



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OFFICERS : United States Securities 1 1,518,704.69 1 : '

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;:, ,.. State, County, and Municipal Bonds 375,418.08

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At Kiwanis Luncheon Mayor SuspendsFine I. Modern Dry Foods Lighten Camper's Load Despite. "" aft kind of-statements

__. and promisee the practice con
Modern, dry, convenience .
tinues.
India, Pakistan Must Settle Rebukes foods are making the camper'sload t ra Win it take a tragedy before

lighter every year And enabling *
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+ those responsible; take action?
j him to pack more nutrition rR
Kashmir Rift M :. .
Speaker SaysIf EmployeeOma wherever he goes. p ? t
City
The secret is to the water
American foreign policy and aid is going to have a which doesn't go Along for the No.2

t positive affect on India and Pakistan, a means must be N. Meeks appeared before ride. Only the water is removed boys heard an address: from Ag-

Mayor J. Marvin Phillips in City from,freeze-dried, dehy- riculture Commissioner Doyle
Kashmir
i found ,to settle their militant bickering over a ,' :
Court Monday on charges of drated and instant foods. The Conner on the "Value and Impor-
spokesman told the Kiwanians last week. .
reckless driving and causing an solid matter, which contains the tance of Continuing Education."
John R. Greenman, a former assistant to Pakistan'sminister nutrition and flavor
remains. ''
accident. k y ro. M.. ; ta Zk Other speakers included such
of agriculture, explained sore in the side of the entire The arresting officer testified In addition to saving weightand notables as Dr. J. Wayne Reitz.
that the two countries continueto Meeks had collided with the space, these modern prod a _
economy. Disentery is so wide- that president of the University of
drain their limited wealth in ucts have superior keeping qualities i
spread that it threatens to cripplethe back of another vehicle as it was Florida; Dr. E. T. York Jr., pro-
cut waste because
aggressive and defensive conflict they
labor force, he said. making a turn into the A & W vost of agriculture; and Paul
can be used only as needed, and
t with one another since their rift
began decade Education, or the lack of it, is Root Beer Stand on South Ohio make available to the camper a Hendrick student body president
over a ago.
_ even a more serious problem he Avenue. variety of dishes to tickle a Subjects available to the youthby
Greenman, currently a professor -
continued. Eighty per cent of the Meeks told the Mayor that he gourmet's palate in the wild. choice were animal husbandrv
.
rural law and farm
of policy
population in Pakistan is illiterate had no liability insurance but had The backwoods fisherman forestry poultry, entomology.
at the University of Florida, said
and only two per cent of the made arrangements to take care needn't starve if he's not successful communications rural law, dairY-

that the two countries expend budget is being spent for educa- of the damages. He added that nor get tired of a fish ing, field crop production path-

approximately 75 per cent of their tion. Greenman observed that in he was driving about 20 miles per diet if he's too successful. ology, horticulture, conservation;

national budgets for defense, his personal opinion the United hour following the other vehicle The lightweight foods at left __3e and agricultural engineering.

principally against each other. States must in the future revampits when its driver turned without in the photo above include: in- z- .

He pointed out that India may theories about foreign aid. sufficient warning."You're stant nonfat milk; freezedriedpork "
have repelled or stalled the recent chop and beef steaks
He explained that from what he not a 'Hot Rod'er' are ; No.3
Communist Chinese attack on its powdered eggs; freezedriedsalad
had seen America's best efforts to you Mr. Meeks, the. Mayor quip- stew ;'?A Y 4.o will be designated a branch of
mountain border if it would have vegetable peas, ap-
i withdrawn crack troops from the help peoples of backward countries ped.Phillips ricots, and fruit cocktail; in- h r the Live Oak-Suwannee County
Pakistan border. is to help them quench their I concluded that the accident stant soup mashed potatoes, or- Recreation Department and will

Greenman said that the thirst for knowledge, to help was unavoidable. Noting ange juice and coffee; and a be administered through the Recreation -

in peo- them learn how to help them- that Meeks had arranged to pay dry, nondairy. coffee creamer. Board. The gymnasium,
ple India and Pakistan
are selves, rather than concentratetoo the damages, the Mayor fined Other basic items such as sugar, will be owned and operated by

plagued with problems appearing heavily on grandiose projects him $15 and suspended the pen- salt, margarine, flour, and the school board.
relatively basic and simple to crackers aren't included in this
j designed to swiftly force progressto alty.A. .
Americans.For occur. E. Williams colored faced comparison because they hold"little
example, sanitation is a or no water.Freezedried No. 4
Greenman commended the the Court and plead guilty to 111'I

Peace Corps. He said that while public drunkenness. Williams, an foods are quick- How modern convenience foods lighten the camper's load is illustrated International Counselor Robert E.
then in
Theatre CompanyTo the young people who staffed employee with the city gas department and frozen heated. The placed moisture a vacuum, in ice by the two groups of food shown above. On the left Is a Hucker of the Springfield club in

this diplomatic corps made errors was sternly admonished crystal form; then evaporates as three-day supply for one of freeze-dried dehydrated, and Instant Jacksonville. Jon Thicker explained -

they were also accepted and by the city's chief executive vapor. This process preserves food weighing less than five pounds. The equivalent amount of to the club the import-

Enact 'Mouse'Fable recognized by other nationalitiesfor for his conduct."I .- )more of the natural flavor and food In whole form, at right, weighs over 27 pounds and takes tip ance of Lionism in promoting

the basic good they are doing. expect you as a city em- :appearance of foods than dehydrating considerably more s pace.proved good will to all of the peoples of

; For ChildrenMrs. ployee to set a better example under heat. considerably in the-past I-flavor and nutrition to soups, the world. He pointed out that

than that" the Mayor charged. Instant foods may be freeze- 10 years is milk. Today's instant stews, and bisquits. the Lions' sight conservation pro-

Bill Burch. president of Thomas Mercer Williams was fined $15 and $4 :dried (as in the case of some nonfat dry milk, in crystal Carnation has added mobility gram has become renowned thru-

jail costs. :soups), dehydrated and made I. rather than powdered form, Is to this already convenient item out the world.
i the Junior Woman's Club announced into the
granules (as in case of
Guy Harrell appeared before superior in taste and handling by packing it in pre-measured, "Lionism strives to mak! the
this week that the club Funeral ServicesThomas ;mashed potatoes), or dehydrated ease and contains all the cal one-quart The envel
envelopes.
the Court and plead guilty to two into re-wetted community a better place in
will sponsor a performance of powder and cium, protlen and B-vitamins fit
in bedroll
counts of drunkenness. opes easily or live Husker asserted.
public which to
"The Town Mouse and the Coun- dried into crystallized form (as of whole milk. It is good not knapsack, and can be opened as ,
Jackson (Jack) Mer- Phillips fined the man $15 and in the case of milk). I Massengill, charter member of
try Mouse", a live stage play for only as a beverage but in any needed wherever drinking water
children, at the Junior High cer, a native of Suwannee County $4 costs or 10 days for the first One of the basic dry foods 1m- recipe calling for milk. It adds is available. the club and former president.

School Auditorium on Saturday. died Wednesday June 26, at charge and $20 and $6 costs or gave a brief history of the formation -

1:55 a.m. in the Suwannee County 15 days for the second offense. of the Lions Club here
July 20, at 10 a.m. aker, drunkenness forfeited $15 forfeited $15 bond and $4 costs;
Hospital following a brief ill- When Harrell declared he was I ; No. 1 Entertainment for the anniver-
Mrs. Pomeroy Carter, finance bond and $6 costs; Freddie Lee Samuel Brown, colored, driving
ness.Mr. i unable to pay the $45 in fines for- I for several minutes while unloading sary dinner was furnished by the
chairman, said this would be the Oxendine reckless driving I with improper license continued. I
Mercer, 65, was the son of and costs the mail Sisters Carolyn,
money-making project for this jail Mayor imposedthe feited $25 bond; Howard George, i and other cargo.I Patterson -

cummer. Benefits received ''from the late Mr. and Mrs. James two jail terms a total of drunkenness, forfeited $15 bond i think the Seaboard should Sylvia, and Mona who are the

this play will go to the Live Oak Mercer of Suwannee County. He 25 days to be served concurrently and $4 costs; James Collins driv- Taxpayers getting refunds this I be required to stop this practice daughters of Lion Willard Patter-

was born May 13, 1898. .. ,.year will be offered a chance to and that some employee should
Recreation Building Fund which ing without a license, forfeited
Mr. Mercer, a member of the colored take their refunds in U. S. Sav- raise those son.Lion Parker served
was set up at the May meetingby : Connell Oberton plead $50 bond and $2 costs; James I be designated to gates, Clarence as
Holiness Church, worked in citrus guilty to public drunkenness and ings Bonds. stop the clang and flashing lights toastmaster for the evening.
the Junior Women said.
she
Gorins, driving while intoxicatedand .
and had been visiting in Eagle was fined $15 and $4 jail costsor I while trains are standing still. .
The play will be performed by
Lake prior to his death. having an accident, continued is to make this advice is but to
The Merry Minstrels a children's 10 days on the city streets. Profound sincerity the only Courtesy seems To accept good

theatre company that is currently He is survived by three sisters, Robert Tracy Hayes, arrestedfor ; Doyle Phillips, drunkenness, basis of talent as of character. I practical. increase one's own ability.
Mrs.
Patsy Lane and Mrs. Della
driving while intoxicated and
shows Cen-
touring throughout
farrier of Live Oak, and Mrs. accident
tral and North Central Florida. having an failed to appear -
Janie Shiver of Eagle Lake; two in Court and forfeited $100
Mrs. Carter noted that the
brothers Silas J. Mercer of Live bond.
children's theatre movement has Oak and Charley Mercer of Rai- FOR EVERY TYPE AND
grown steadily throughout the According to police, Hayes was

country in the last few years. ford.Funeral arrested after his vehicle over- .
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for Mr. Mer- .1
turned on Helvenston Street near
Children who previously depended -
cer were conducted in the Mt. ,Langford Builders Supply. SIZE BUSINESS-
upon television as their only Gilead
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Baptist Church on Fridayat
The Mayor noted that in cases
means of entertainment now 3 p.m. with Rev. Tom Allen of this nature when the defendant .
have an opportunity to enjoy live
officiating. He was buried in the forfeits his bond, the state PRINTING -
theatre as well. Mt. Gilead
Cemetery. imposes the
maximum penalty
Aside from its educational and
Pallbearers
were Clyde Butts under the law for the offense. In

cultural value children's theatre Bud- Goff, Paul Chauncey. Thomas this case, assuming this was & SATISFACTION
QUALITY
gives youngsters a chance to Jowers, Bill _
McManaway, Hayes' first DWI case the maxi- '
in the fun and
participate excitement Charles
Howes
Harry Howes, mum is a 12 months suspensionof
of a live stage play, she
Sherman
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Lashley. Perry Lashley, his driver's license Phillips '
added. GUARANTEED
and Drew
Landen. explained noting it is better "to ;
Parents are urged to come with Suwannee Funeral
Home was take your chances In court."
their children to see this stage in charge.
version of the famous Aesop fable The Mayor usually has fined

who about taught a her wise city country cousin mouse a County Beauties first their offenders license for$50 three and suspended months. WE PRINT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS FORMS .:- : :

valuable lesson. While this delightful Other cases on the court docket
were Mose Skinner to.
driving with-
comedy has particular
appeal to children between the Invited To Enter out a license, forfeited $15 bond INVOICES ENVELOPES '._

ages of 4 and 12, adults will en- and $2 costs; Simon J. Register '

joy its wit and wisdom as muchas : running red light continued; PURCHASE ORDERS LETTERHEADS
Beauty PageantEntries James Deese drunk .
and
fighting,
the youngsters Mrs. Carter ." f
forfeited $50 and $6 costs .1 '"
; David \ :
said.She are now being accepted STATEMENTSPLACARDS j LETTERS -: '
Williams colored "
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drunkenness, : : '.,
added that ticket head- y _
for the 3rd Annual ,. '
Queen of
forfeited $15 bond r -
quarters for The Town and the and $8 costs; '-' :,; ,
the Florida Crown Beauty Pag- Abraham Filmore, colored driv- HANDBILLS ., -
Country Mouse" have been setup '
eant and Suwannee
County beau
ing
without
a license .
forfeited
I at the Live Oak Recreation ties are eligible. '
$25 bond and $2 costs; Charles '
Center and the city and
pool
any
The pagent will be held at
member of the Junior Woman's Jacksonville Beach on Saturday Ansley, colored, forfeited $15 Pick The For Your '
bond and $2 costs: Robert Whit- Type Printing .
Club has them. Admission will be Aug. 31, and entries will be accepted -,
t fifty cents for children and sev-
from all over the 15 coun- -.f \
i enty-five cents for adults. ties comprising may be obtained from the Secre-

The one act play is approximately Crown. the Florida tary of the Florida Crown Council -a :: /; We Have Many Styles and Sizes -. .

one hour long. The Mer- Young ladies ages 16 thru 25 of Chambers of Commerce,

ry Minstrels is a company of seven are eligible and may be sponsoredby E. K. Hamilton, Manager of the

3 actors from community thea-: a, city, county, or chamber of Chamber of Commerce at Live

tres and drama schools throughout commerce in the Florida Crown. Oak, Fla. There is no entry fee. ." '

the country. Entrants will be judged on beau Aug. 1 entries.is the deadline for accepting WIDE CHOICE OF PAPERS AND CARDBOARDS

NOTICEAt ty only. This shall be interpreted -. .

the Regular Meeting of the Boardf to include figure, face, hair, '.

County County Florid Commissioners, on August of 6.Sawmanee 1963. at poise, and personality.The ci IN VARIOUS WEIGHTS AND COLORS / .
11:00 A. M. o'clock the question of repairing winner will be crowned ,
f and
making additions to the
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Court House Court House Annex and Queen of the Florida Crown and / '
Jail for Suwannee County Florida will the 'first four runners up will be
be acted on by said Board and if at
aid meeting a majority of the Board declared the Queen's Court. Judg- watch how quick
hall determine that it ia necessary to ing is on the point system.
t repair and make additions to the CourtHouse
Court House Annex and Jail The first Florida Crown Beau-
'a building tax will be levied to secure ty Pagent was held in 1961 with UWANNEE
funds therefor in accordance with Section 12 contestants. 'Last DEMOCRAT
185.01 Florida Statutes 1861. year saw 18 !
By order of the Board of County lovely young ladies participatingand
Commissioners this July 2. 1963. this it
:::(SEAL) year is anticipatedthat 1e. .
Laraughn A. Sessions Clerk there will be about 24 en-

r y Board Suwmnaee County County Commissioners Florida tries. : P. O. Box 635 Phone 362-1734

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Linda Faye Watson daughter
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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 VOL. 79, NO.- 8: and Suwannee County.
,_ Linda is a junior at Branford'
High School. She is serving as
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P-TA Officers Branford vice president of her class editorof

News From Branford Hold Planning Meet the school annual and treas-

New officers of the Branford PersonalsRev. urer of FHA. She is active in Beta
P-TA met June 27 at the homeof Club,band stage band and in all
of her church activities. She is
Mrs. Leon Hatch to set up a
BY MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS committees for the coming and Mrs. Harold O'Chester member of the Church of Christ. F .v w
school and daughter of Purvis Miss., This is the first time in the
year.
aA'r
R. M. Chandler, new elected were Friday night guests of Mr. history of the Branford Chapterof
.[ WSCS Meet Held At Fletcher HomeThe I Ann Griffin Honored president called the meeting and Mrs. R. G. Griffith and fam- Future Homemakers of America -

With Birthday PartyAnn to order and asked for suggestions ily.Mr. that they have had a girl attending -
regular meeting of the bara Miller to the, following Mrs. Griffin celebrated her for committee chairmen. and Mrs. Jimmie Otto of National Convention.
\ Mrs. E. R. Witherall Mrs. Ouida Fletcher Gainesville Friday after- Linda will go to TallahasseeJuly
WJ3.CS. met at the home of seventh birthday Monday,July .1, The following were committees were
Ouida Fletcher June 26 with Mrs. Wilson Suggs Mrs. G. with a party at the home of her selected: Safety and Civil Defense noon guests of Mr.and Mrs.L. W. 7 to board the bus with the
President Mrs. Wilson Suggs pre- C. Butler Mrs. Marion Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Public Relations Histor- Hardy.Mr. other Florida delegates for the
: siding.: Mrs. Jack Godwin Mrs. O. Z, Griffin.parents ian, Legislation, Membership, and Mrs. Paul Greshamand I trip to Kansas City. LINDA FAYE WATSON

The meeting was opened with Jones Mrs. Graham Owen, Mrs. The guests enjoyed playing together Procedures and By-Laws, Pro- family of Tallahassee and
Mrs. E. R, Witherall. Bob Bell, and Mrs. P. A. Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas
prayer by after which they were gram, Character and Spiritual 1 Troupe To Perform In House Fable9The .
The minute sof the last meeting ardson. served lunch. Education Room Representa and son of Gainesville were week
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were read by the secretary Mrs. Later in the afternoon the I five Audio Visual Education, end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Branford Woman's Club Tickets can be purchased.
Bob Bell. The group approvedthe OES Halts Activity guests were served birthday cake. I School Education, Hospitality, Thomas. will sponsor a performance of from Woman's Club membersor
minutes after correctionswere The cake was in the shape of a and Beautification. Mrs. Mildred Duncan and "The Town Mouse and the by' contacting Mrs. John
made.A During July, AugustThe butterfly and was attractively Chandler outlined plans for Jeanette Duncan of Daytona Country Mouse" Saturday, July Johnson director of summer
cordial welcome was extendedby Branford Eastern Star decorated. activities of the P-TA for the Beach are visiting Miss Fannie 20, in the Woman's Club Audi- recreation.
the group to Mrs. Peter Rich- has suspended ,operations: for Attending were Pam Geiger coming year and stated that a and Minnie Duncan for a few torium. Curtain time for the hour-
ardson. The president expressedher the summer months July and Murray. Sarah Johnson I 1 meeting would be called in Au- This delightful fable has been long play is set for 2:30 p.m.
Jenny days.Mrs.
appreciation to the ones who August and will reconvene in Shawn Hatch and Sherryl Bass.I gust to discuss detailed plans. Charles Severance and fashioned into a long one-act .
helped with the reception given September.The family of Lake City visited friends play by Michael Hall, a young
last Sunday night for the new Eastern Star school of and relatives in Branford last playwriUng graduate of the Life has no secrets that a teen
I' pastor and his family. instruction was held at the 1l\liss Odom Weds Gerald Collins week. Carnegie Tech Drama School, ager can't read about in some

After the business meeting Mrs. Branford Chapter June 19 by Miss Linda Gae Odom daughter white accessories and a pink car- Mrs. Palmer Daughtry and and mounted into a touring of the magazines offered for sale.
Doris Parker presented the pro- Mrs. Marguerite Mixon, grand of; Rev. and Mrs. J. Marvin nation corsage. ,. family of Lake City visited Mr. children's theatre productionby ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM
gram entitled "Frontiers In Home instructor for District 7 from Odom of Branford became the The Rev. and Mrs. Odom entertained and Mrs. R. E. Hatch Monday. the Merry Minstrels a groupof HOW TO KILL IT.
I Missions". The program broughtout Lake City. of Gerald Daniel Collins with a reception at Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ware and theatre people currently IN 3 DAYS,
the facts of how community Ten Eastern Star members bride Mr. and Mrs. Estill Collinsof their home following the wedding.Mrs. family left Monday for a visit in touring children's shows in If not pleased with strong. in U.t-4ry-
of
centers can help in home fields. from Suwannee County attended son Otto Townsend and Mrs. North Carolina Tennessee and North and Central Florida. in* T4L. your 48c back at any drag
Jacksonville Sunday June tore. Watch infected kin stovgh K. '
An interesting discussion followed the school They were Mildred two-thirty in the Marilyn Collins of Jacksonville other points of interest. The six actors in the play Watch healthy akin replace it. Iteh aeel
at
on how residents in the Bran- Key, Lula Mae Taylor thirtieth Mrs. Manuel Mrs. Annie Ruosch left Tues- will wear fancy mouse cos burning are rone. TODAY at LIVE OAK
in the Beachville Ad- poured punch and DRUG CO. KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper
ford area can help at home. Marcella Baxter Exie Neely all afternoon Christian Church with the Bernardo Sr., cut the cake. Mrs. day for Norfolk Va., for an extended tumes. and WISE'S; DRUG in Jasper. ;
Delicious refreshments of fruit of Live Oak; Gladys Starling, vent Donald the bride's visit with her son-in-law
Marvin Odom officiating. Odom kept
punch fruit salad and cake was Lily Witherell Ernest Wither- Rev. J. book. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John
served by the hostess. Miss Bar- ell, Mildred Jones, Katie But- Forming the background for The reception table was cover- Luke and family.
ler, and Ethel- Mickler all of the ceremony were two seven ed with a white lace cloth and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Philpot MOVED
Branford. branched candelabras with bask- the three-tiered wedding cake arrived Friday night from Mary- :
LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING The four Lake City members ets of white gladioli chrysanthemums was topped with a miniature bride land. They have been vacationingfor
attending the school were and greenery. the past week in New York.
Grace Barnes, Mary Adick Ella Miss Gloria Davis of O'Brien and groom.
They left Sunday for Savannah
Baskets of white and
gladioli
Small or Large Areas Messer and Shirley Lee. played the traditional wedding Ga., where Dr. Philpot will intern Griff's Machine ShopNow
mums were placed throughout the
CALLH.G.TURNER music and accompanied Frances dining room. at Memorial Hospital in
The Houston Colts stole 42 Strickland Poore who sang "I Chathan County for the next
bases but were caught 38 times Love You Truly". Mr. and Mrs. Collins attended Located In Back Of The
Branford
High School. After the
during their first National League Mrs. Manfred Bailer was ma- year.Mrs.. Ben Borders and Miss
Night 963.2751 season. tron of honor. She wore a dressof Port wedding Charlotte.The trip they. will reside at Minnie Duncan spent the week SUWANNEE STORE BUILDING

,Day 9632373or red satin with a red net over- rehearsal dinner for the end in Ridgecrest N. C. visiting .
write There are three main causes of skirt. White satin leaves and tiny Bruce Borders. Bruce is attend-
Odom-Collins
wedding: party was
P. O. Box 475 forest fire in Florida: careless white carnations formed her held Saturday night I at eight ing camp there. Telephone 9353681R.
WELLBORN FLORIDA men, careless women, and care- headpiece. o'clock in the Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ware and
Triangle Club at
i; less children. Barbara Crisp Marvtoelle Od Beachville with about thirty-two family and Mrs. Myrtle Herndonand
--- ---- om and Darlene Collins were present. family spent last week in G. GRIFFITHBranford
bridesmaids. Their gowns were Panacea vacationing.
identical to the matron of hon- I I Florida
For All Your Needs When the well ,
or and they carried white carna- runs dry weknow
tions. the worth of ,water. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

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honor attendants. She;,_carried' a, .
LP GAS-TANKS-APPLIANCES lace basket of flower petals '
white I
SEEARTHUR I II I Donnie Donald Odom.Odom, was served.ring as hearer best*' Declaration Of American; Principles ;

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man. Ushers were Jerry'Sykes., *
Montgomery Cribbs, nd<< Manuel
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CROWE Bernardo. '., .,The Benevolent and Protective brotherly love that requires us action. It follows that gov-
The bride was' given in ,mar-. Order of Elks is dedicated to the to be fair with our fellow men ernment by the majority must
AT riage by Manfred Bailer. She welfare of the United States of and just in our relations with be reasonable in the exerciseof

wore a white taffeta with white .America. One of our Order's them; faithful performanceof its authority and protect the
net and organdy overskirt. The purposes js:"to quicken the spiritof our labor in every honorable rights and interests of the mi
GREEN'S FUEL lace bodice was encrusted .with The American patriotism." To that calling; and a recognitionthat nority.
seed
and pearls.
long sequins sleeves came to points at end our Order has striven to ad- each of us has the dutyto 5. Our ability to change our institutions -

1 IN LIVE OAKWe the wrist. The floor length veil vance the principles that guideour contribute to the best of his and practices,
was attached to a crown of seed Nation, and has opposed all ability to the advancement of through orderly process of law,
pearls and satin flowers. The attacks upon them from what- the general welfare. to accommpdate to changing

Can Serve You Better More Economically bride's bouquet was of white carnations ever quarter. 2.! Freedom has made America. needs has helped our Nationto

centered with a white Freedom, the historic goal of Not just political freedom, but develop, as it will in the fu-
s orchid from which fell white mankind, is our Nation's basic the whole environment of ture. All proposals for changein

i satin streamers.The principle. Freedom has been un- freedom is responsible for the our institutions should be

t Iii dacron bride's and cotton mother dress wore enhanced a pink der steady attack by international tremendous progress of our weighed carefully by all citi-
tfi
fi with an embroidered bodice. She communism for many years. Nation since its revolutionary zens to determine whether
GAS APPLIANCES 9 wore white accessories and a pink Now, freedom and communismare birth in 1776. Freedom en- such change will reduce or

C5fEFii carnation corsage. engaged in a struggle for sur- courages initiative, experi- add ,to our freedom. Our

The groom's mother wore a vival. This struggle is not of our ment, invention, enterprise. goal should be more freedom,
i pink Irish linen sheath with choosing but has been forced Freedom lets citizens choose not less. We must guard

upon us. Free men have no choice their work, encourages indi- against the growth of govern-
but to accept the challenge.The viduals to discover their talents mental power through surren-
Americanism Committeeof and make the most of der of civil right and indivi-

THANKS. the Grand Lodge of Elks believes them. In consequence we havea dual freedom for contemporary -
that freedom too long has standard of living higher gain at the expense of future -

stood on the defensive. The time than any nation has enjoyed, generations.
The officers and directors of First Federal Savings and Loan has come for us who believe in a material abundance more 6. The tendency of groups to

Association of Live Oak wish to express their sincere appreciation to freedom to take the initiative, widely shared among all our seek preferential treatment

you ,who have helped make our operation successful. First Federal is fight for what we believe in and people than ever before, anda from government breeds rival-
proud of its rapid growth and is pleased with the cooperative relation- stand against those who are, high level of intellectual and ries dangerous to political stability -

ship between it and other lending agencies. against us until freedom has defeated cultural attainment. Every is harmful to genuine
As the result of sound management and good business practices, those who would destroy citizen is the beneficiary of economic growth and leads to

a dividend of 41A% per annum has again been paid on all savings ac- it. To rely on military power the freedom that has un- ... fragmentation of society rather -
_ counts at June 30th. Our assets are now in excess of one million dollars alone in this ideological struggle leashed the abilities of the than to unity and strength.All .

and'we pledge to always pay our investors the highest possible returns would be illusory and fatal. -Our American people and providedthe groups of citizens ought to
while at the same time, maintaining a strong financial position. paramount necessity is internal incentive for their maxi- measure political and econo-
: First Federal extends a cordial invitation to you to visit us at strength which can come only mum use. mic proposals advanced in
any time. their own interest against their
from unity of
understanding and '!:
in the American
..I. Inherent con- effect the whole Nation.
;' OFFICERS.DIRECTORS. purpose place our and Nation's a willingness safety and wel-to cept of freedom is the integrityof 7. We,on believe that the time
the individual. Individualism
.JOHN FLOOD fare above personal interest. has come when all citizens who
.S. John S. FloodPresident
makes each person pri- believe in these principles
Appealing, as did our Found- marily'responsible for himself,
_ Alfred T. Airth should speak up for them and
WALLACE S. TOWNSEND ing Fathers, to the Supreme his welfare, his success or fail- set an example by applying
Vice President Daniel F. Chandler Judge of the World for the rec- ure. Freedom lays upon each them fully in their daily lives.
I ALFRED T. AIRTH titude of our Brothers this Dec- the individual responsibility
person We urge those in positions of
Duke McGallisterSeward :
Secretary & Counsel laration of American Principles and duty of citizenship, leadership and influence _

DANIEL F. CHANDLER Fleet on which we shall challenge the A free society will emphasize clergymen, educators, business
TreasurerD. .a? enemies of freedom,. nd to whichwe individualism and individual holders
executives, of public
_I V. GIDDENS, JR. Hugo F. Sotolongo. .M.D.. invite our fellow citizens to responsibility as the sure way office, leaders of labor, intel

Exec. Vice-Pres. Wallace S. Townsendand subscribe: to produce democratic leader- lectuals, editors, radio and tel-

Manager 1. Moral values are the basis of ship and preserve freedom. evision producers, motion pity

our society, and the responsi- 4.[ Self-government presupposesthe ture producers and all others -
't'_ bility of each citizen to live by duty of every citizen to .- to assume a greater responsibility -
"K- FIRST FEDERAL these moral values is funda- obey the established govern- for the wider understanding -

mental to the welfare and progress ment and to employ only those of these principlesand ,
) SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of our society. These lawful methods of reason and their practical applicationin

e]IIIII'* 305 East ,Howard St. Phone 362-3433 moral values include honestyof persuasion that are open to the day-to-day lives of the

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I:'"1''', I Suwannee DemocratSubscriptioiis -Jaycee-Sponsored Gospel ConcertTo r 4 4v

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;1Ji I Pastor's CornerFj ? Feature Noted Recording StarClyde c

Beavers. the Nashville cut the English version the 1 4 y ,- v bi
r-, OfY:7C.pwv Here is a list of new subscribers of
I i country and western artist who Japanese hit tune "Sukiyaki" will
; and those who have renewed ;
. / By REV. JIM WALKUP <::b :. their subscriptions to the Suwannee head a bill of talent to be featured -
Democrat from June 21 to at the Saturday July 6. 0

i t Pastor, First Presbyterian Church wn June 28. Loy McCormick All-Night gospelconcert
. J
I' NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMrs. here in the Coliseum.
. i Lydia Browning. Van Beavers has been a country
':,f I was pleased to read in a news- church realized that their min- Nuys Calif. artist for years and handles a

paper not long ago of a ministerin ister was human subject to sin Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith. 4(' ,JV' wv t gospel and religious song equallyas x>.
i California who had committed and in special need of their love Holyoke Mass. well as he does a hillbilly num-
,. ,'r an act of adultery with one of the and forgiveness. Mrs. Peter Bite Selma N. C. ber. He is being brought to Live i '
;I members of his congregation. I Occasionally someone asks me J. H. Evans St. PetersburgMrs. Oak under the sponsorship of.
.j was pleased for two reasons. facetiously if I have ever looked George Burnette, .L. O. the Live Oak Jaycees. : :
D t First because the story was a with pleasure upon some beau- Mrs. J. A. Woods. Rt.. L. O. Other talent which will be in j-
.E f compliment to the ministry as a tiful woman, to which I usually Mrs. Lena Hall Branford attendance at the Sundown to .
, profession. The fact that a Florida reply, "I was a man before I became Earle R. Moore O'Brien Sunup all-night gospel sing nationally -
newspaper would print sucha a preacher". The Scripturetells Mrs. Flarzell Strickland. Tampa known as Old Camp
far-away tid-bit of news says us that Christ Himself "in Meeting Time will include such

in effect "The moral and ethical every respect has been temptedas Mrs. Milton Sumrell. Staten famous names as the Chuck FAMED CHUCKWAGON GANG
j} standards of the ministry are so we are". 'Is it sacreligious to Island N. Y.SUBSCRIPTIONS. Wagon Gang a group from Fort

I high and the personal conductof think that even He -might have RENEWEDT. CLYDE BEAVERS Worth Tex. which has been in the; gospel music business_ longer Saturday night all-night songfest

the average minister so far beyond admired a beautiful woman? And J. Fletcher Sr.. O'BrienT. than; a lot of us can remember. is the Prophets of Knoxville
reproach that when one of yet some church members act as J. Fletcher Jr., O'Brien Pine LevelMrs. I McCormick staged the July 4th Tenn. the Sunlighters of Atlanta,
them does stumble and fall it though they desire an eunuch for Mrs. W. J. Walker. L. O. holiday concert for many yearsin Ga., Stan and Dan, a popular
merits nation-wide coverage." their pastor I Joe Hill Smith L. O. another section of the state pair from Kansas City, Mo., and
Outside of. high officials of This is not to condone sin on O. C. Bethea, Rt.. L. O. Bertha Berglas of Greens- night. along the Old Spanish Trail (U. the Georgians from nearby Val-
state what other profession can the part of anyone, especially J. C. Weathersby L. O.
burg, Ind.. is spending several Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes S. 90) but decided to bring the dosta.
this be said about? I did not say ministers of the gospel who ought Miss Sybil Avery L O.
with her brother. Carl also the
weeks here and Bob Roberts spent Monday sing to Live Oak this year. This will be one of biggest
that I was pleased that a clergyman always to "walk circumspectly, Mrs. S. A. Williams L. O.
i Tressler. with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Robertsin on the Trail because of its near- Sundown to Sunup sings we ha\>
U had sinned. (I detest sins not as fools, but as wise." Thisis Mrs. Olive C. Boyles L. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Lake City. ness to Central and Southern ever staged", McCormick declared -
of any kind especially my own), merely to say that ministers Rev. S. A. Wilson Neptune
were supper guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner vis- Florida from which a lot of the "and we hope that peopl4
I said I was pleased to ready about too are human and subject to Beach
Mrs. Willie Howell Saturday ited Mr. and Mrs. Artis Golden audience comes every year. will come to hear these great tal
it in a newspaper.But temptation. Paul knew this .better Israel W. McCall. Lake City night. Sunday afternoon. Other talent included in the ents."
the second and more im- than anyone else when he Mrs. Agnes Healy Rt. L. O.
Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark and
I pleased to said "I
portant reason was am my body's sternest W. W. Gaylord O'BrienJ.
Tressler were supper guests of i children visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
read this item of news is that the master for fear that when I have B. Mills Mt. Dora
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Tues-
a story went on to tell how the preached to others I should my- Mildred Voyles Rt., L. O. F. Toole Saturday night.
day night. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore attended EFFECTIVE JULY 15
minister confessed his sin to his self be disqualified." W. R. Mercer. L. O.
Mrs. Avon McMullen and children ,
the sing at Dowling Park
church repented and received ant Pray that your minister be delivered R. E. McNeill Jr.. Montclair _
overwhelming vote from his congregation from evil but if he should N. J.Manuel. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Church of God Saturday night.
ta to remain as their pas- fall, heed the words of the Apos- Fernandez Rt.. L. O. Mrs. Drew Holmes. Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl r'ts- *& PRICE INCREASEt
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Wilder of Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. L.
tle Paul as he said to the Gala- Luttrell Suggs. BranfordMrs.
tor.How refreshing it is to know tians "Brethren if a man is overtaken B. E. Jones Branford Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs.L. P. Fortner Friday night.

that in this age of doubt and In any trespass, you who Miss Neva Rogers Oxford, Ga. P. Fortner Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullenand 25'
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Roberts children visited Mr. and Mrs.
; suspicion miracles still happen are spiritual should restore him Mrs. Winston Rogers L. O. i .
the greatest of miracles mirac- in a spirit of gentleness. Look to Annie H. Mills L. O. and children. Ronnie and Glen Drew Holmes awhile Sunday af- .
of Lake visited Mr. and Mrs.
City
ternoon.
reconciliation.i yourself lest you too be tempted. Dr. G. R. Creekmore, Brooks-
as ." Drew Holmes Thursday.Mr. Max Lepper visited Bob Roberts
,not exceptional if we who call Mrs.vUle Ouida D. Fletcher Branford and Mrs. Joe Johnson and and Rufus McMullen Sunday af- ON ALL HAIR CUTS

c ourselves "Christian" would seethe Soil District Board daughters, Jo Beth and Ann ternoon.Mr. .
spent Sunday in Jacksonville visiting and Mrs. J. F. Toole and
church not only as a "com
Mrs. John L. Hall. O'Brien
munion of saints" but also as a Cancels Meeting Mrs. G.T. Turner JacksonvilleT. relatives. Jimmy spent Sunday with Mr. CITY BARBER SHOP

,I "communion of sinners" redeemed Suwannee River Soil Conserva- H. Radford Jr.. L. O. Carl Tressler and Mrs Bertha and Mrs. Slim Touchton.Mr. .
by the blood of Christ. tion District Board ChairmanJ. Mrs. C. B. Tilley Ft. Lauderdale Berglas visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ray Fortner and RED'S BARBER SHOP
But someone will reply "Oh Icouldn.t Dan Ross announced that the Drew Holmes Wednesday night. children of Pensacola spent several -
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole vis- days last week with Mr. and
continue to listen to sucha regularly scheduled meeting of Mrs. Arthur Gould St. Peters-
man preach. rd have no more the Board of Supervisors for Frig burgE. ited Mrs. J. B. Wilson in the Su Mrs. L. P. Fortner. DEES BARBER SHOP

respect for him. Once again the day July 5, is cancelled.The D. Stewart. Tampa wannee County Hospital Friday Bob Roberts and Rufus Mc-

false god "I" rears its ugly head next regular meeting will Fred Grieten. Rt.. L. O. Mullen spent Sunday night with HICK'S BARBER SHOP
: ) and we get to the real root of be held Friday August 2. This Earl E. Owens. MiamiH. Alice M. Rees, L. O. Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullen at

their problem. It is "I" who has change was made necessary by L. Goff. L. O. J. L. Bellamy Jacksonville Live Oak.
been offended and there is no the absence of Work Unit Con- Earl DeCastro, L. O. Dutton A. Bonnell L. O. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
9 concern for the welfare of the offender servationist John Hampton who Mrs. G. F. Kennedy Marion Robert B. Roberts Orlando spent Sunday with Carl Tressler
( or the peace and purityof is attending a three week Agri- Ohio Mrs. Laure B. Roberson Rt., and Mrs. Bertha Berglas.Mr. .
Christ's Church. I'm thankful cultural L. O. and Mrs. Drew Holmes,
Policy Institute
course at Mrs. Oleta G. McMillan. Rt.,
I that this California church not North Carolina State College in L. O. S. R. Davis, Rt., L. O. Andy Hatcher Rufus McMullen. I :
only preached but practiced God'sWord Raleigh N. C. C. C. Johnson, Bethesday Md. James W. Ross, L. O. and Bob Roberts visited Mr. and
that "love does not insiston About twenty agricultural R. B. Goff McAlpinMrs. R. Govan Smith Rt., L. O. Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday
Oliver C. Taylor Rt., L. O. morning.
its it is not irrit- workers from
own way; all over the south H. G. Penuel Rt., L. O.
able or resentful". will assemble at the college July Mrs. J. A. Williams. Rt., L. O. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
( Moses was a murderer yet the 1-20 to discuss land use prob- Mrs. Nettie S. Baisden. Jacksonville t Phone 362-3111
'I people listened-to him. David was lems in our changing system of Adults 50c Children 20c
a murderer and an adulterer buts farming.In Mrs. Edward Hart Hollywood ) Tax! Included

the people listened to him. James I Howard Smith L. O. NEW SUMMER OPERATIONBOX
and John were selfish and re- I terms of its cost to you the Willie Odom. O'BrienC. r[ ..J //1 OFFICE OPENS 1:45 -

l sentful. Peter was a coward. Paul newspaper costs almost nothing W. Jernigan, Rt., L. O. MOVIE STARTS 2:00
was an accomplice to murder. Has I Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
there ever been a minister or religious .'"
.' leader without sin? Christ THRU SUMMER HOLIDAYS ONLY

is the only One I know of. I'm cr
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THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN
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:.4 f f gAieh.e4i Announce. Engagement Here And ThereMrs. i i Miss AllenLuncheon Miss Jackson Shower IT moreo

; t Mr.. and"Mrs.: Luther Adkins HonoreeMrs. Mrs. Ruth Taylor Mrs. Radford a table covered with white teee.

announce the engagement and Landen. and Mrs. C. A. Landen Gladioli and fern were ptooed
approaching marriage of their W. G.Lawson returnedlast Frank Futch Sr.. Mrs.
honored Miss Ramona Jack- candelabra -
Faye around a crystal green
Lauderdale Louie C. Wadsworth, and Miss
oldest daughter, Mrs. Zell Koonof week from Fort
son, bride-elect of A/3c Albert holding lighted white tapers.
she had been visiting her Charlotte Wadsworth entertainedat
WOMEN Beachville, to Earnest Spooner where
Edward Smith, with a miscellaneous Games were played and prtoes
Mrs. Mink and Miss the Wadsworth residence on
of Jacksonville, son of Mr. daughters
shower. June 13, at the homeof won by Mrs. Jimmy Williams.
Beach- Camilla Lawson. Her grandson. Eleventh Street last Wednesdaywith
and Mrs.B. E. Spooner of
Mrs. Radford Landen
Route T. Miss Myra
on Mrs. J. Zipperer.
Chuck, and granddaughter, Gina, a luncheon honoring Miss
{: CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor ville.The wedding will take placeat returned home with her. Martha Jean Allen.A 5. Starling and several others.
'. A pink and lime green motif Among the twenty-five guests
the home of the bride-elect's Mr. and Mrs. Joe Delegal of wedding bell motif was carried -
I was carried out in the decora- the following oat of
present
were
74 t Linen Shower For Odom-AUen brother-in-law and sister., Mr. Oakland Park visited Mr. and for the luncheon. tions and refreshments.The town guests. Miss Bertie Zim
,
Mrs. Price Harrell and Mr. and Attractive floral designs of
and Mrs. Jack Kennedy Satur-
Miss Allen Rehearsal' Supper refreshment table was cov- mer nan, aunt of the groom, aDd
day, July sixth, at five o'clock in Mrs. T. P. Delegal last week end. white mums, lilies of the valley
Frank ered with a white lace cloth of the Mrs.
4 Mrs. Lem Hughes, Mrs. Saturday evening followingthe over grandmother groom
the afternoon.No Sanford Delegal and children, interspersed with pale pink poufs
Haddon Sr., and Mrs. Rees Mills rehearsal for the Odom-Allen lime green. A large arrangementof Lillian Brizzie.
used in
invitations are being sent Sandra and Mark of Oakland were the living room. The
entertained for Miss Martha Jean wedding Mr. and Mrs. Charles gladioli was placed at one end Ru
G but all relatives and friends are Park are visiting here with his focal point of the designs were
Allen last Thursday with a linen Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry of the table and the crystal punch
three
invited. mother, Mrs. Sam Delegal. large white bells with flow
:shower in the home of Mrs. Mills. Odom entertained with a buffet a a Mrs. Hilda Hunter of Jackson- er clappers. The bells were tied bowl holding lime green punch Mrs. Pryor To Teach

I i Gladioli' and greenery formed supper at the Woman's Club. ville is visiting here with her sis- at the top with a large white sat- with a miniature bride and groom Home Nursing CourseMrs.
the floral designs placed at van- The buffet table was covered Jeanie Poole in bow. in heart shape ice floating in the
ter, Mrs. W. G. Lawson. Lee Pryor announced this
tage points in the home. with a white cloth and centered bowl, was placed at the other
Party HonoreeMr. Mrs. E. A. Stewart and chil- On the luncheon tables, which week that she is teaching a Red
Centering the gift table was an with yellow chrysanthemums and dren of Vernon Wis., are'spend were overlaid with pale pink end.The Cross Home Nursing Course each
and Mrs. Morris Poole bride's book
entertained
with was placed on
umbrella filled white gladioli flanked with burn-
open green ing a few days here with Mr. and cloths, were white wedding bells Tuesday evening from 7:30 to
pink gladioli and the gifts spill- ing tapers in silver candelabras.The their daughter, Jeanie,
Mrs. R. H. Johns. held together by white satin bows 9:30 in the Home Economies
from the umbrella. tables where the guests with a party honoring her on her
ing. Gerald Delegal of Fort Lauder- with two wedding bands attached Prizes Offered Building.All .
On the mantel was a white were seated were in the form of twelfth birthday, Tuesday even- Top
dale is visiting here with his father to two satin streamers, and lilies interested persons are invited -
Alencon lace fan in the center a U and overlaid with white ing June 25. at their home in In UF ContestFree
Lewis .Delegal. and his aunt of the valley. Marking the placesfor Slogan to take this course.
Sherwood Forest from 6:30 to
with arrangement of pink cloths, centered with the yellow
an Mrs. Mildred Wise. the guests were smaller wed- vacation trips, a portable .

gladioli chrysanthemums and white glad- 9:00. A o'clock. Mrs. H. G. Butler of Jackson- ding bells decorated with lilies of stereo and prepaid shopping tripsin (Office Supplies at MeCrimoa's)
with an aqua cloth with paragon ill accented with the silver can- pink and green motif was ville visited Mr. and Mrs. W. G. the valley and white satin ribbon. Gainesville will be among the,
The dining table was covered delabras holding the lighted tap- carried out for the party held on
Lawson last week. The guest of honor's place was top prizes for the University of
the lawn.
if' with white Alencon lace cloth over ers.Miss Mrs. G. W. Cook returned home designated by a miniature bridal Florida Homecoming slogan con- USE
an aqua cloth with a paragon Allen and Mr. Odom presented Games were played and prizes Sunday from Albany, Ga., where I bouquet with a single wedding
of the table their attendants with given to the winners. test.Slogans
lamp to one side she visited her son-in-law and band on one ribbon streamer. are limited to seven

holding an arrangement of pink gifts. After refreshments of home- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Futch presented Miss Allen words or less and should be mail- FUCO
and lilies of The hosts also presented the made ice cream, cup cakes, cook-
gladioli and mums
with silver
; Pike for two weeks. a compote and ed or delivered to the Homecoming -
the valley. A crystal punch bowl honorees with a gift. ies, and soft drinks were served Dr. and Mrs. George Creek- Mrs. Wadsworth and Miss Wads- Slogan Contest. Florida Blue
BrandInsecticide
filled with "Cokes" was placed at Present with the hosts were the honoree opened her gifts.
worth her of her
more of Brooksville spent the gave some selected Key Office Florida Union, Uni-
side. bowl the the honorees, the Attending were Nan Brown
the other table The parents of week china. .
end here with Dr. Creek- versity of Florida, Gainesville.All
was encircled with greenery. wedding party i and out of town Hank Ratliff, Amy" Zinober, Tom more's sister, Mrs. C. R. Wads- Present with the hostesses and entries must be submitted or

r Compotes of nuts, trays of party guests. Cheek, Carol Ann Castleberry, worth. the honoree were Mrs. Sidney AlIen postmarked prior to midnight
cakes and bowls of party dips Hugo Sotolongo June Jones,
i Steve a Jr.. mother of the honoree, July 14. Homecoming at the Uni- FOR
Quillen. Nelda Sue Land
L: were placed on the table. Mrs. John D. Odom Jr.. of Starke
versity is scheduled Oct. 25-28.
E'. On the coffee table in the living Mrs. Allen Hostess Danny Glen Edwards, Kitty Nobles, Hundredth Birthday mother of the groom-elect, Mrs. The 1962 winning slogan was BEST RESULTS

,
Jernigan Alma
F room was a doll bride in a For LuncheonMrs. Rathel, Sidney Allen Sr. paternal grand- "Gators Pace the Race in Space".
Brenda Crews, Robert Heath, Ha Celebration Set
setting of greenery and lilies of mother of the bride-elect Mrs.
Sidney Allen Jr., enter- Frances Evans, Lawanna Glass.
the valley. Monday afternoon July eighth Thos. T. Cushman
I of Aiken S. C.
Mrs. Hughes conducted the tained with a bridesmaids lunch- Glenda Pruitt, and David and at three o'clock in the Educa- and sister of Mrs.
Time!
Sidney Allen
eon Saturday at 12:30 at the Su It's Mercury Savings
: Jeffery Poole. I
I Bible quiz game with Miss Lynn wannee Hotel for the attendantsin tional Building of the First Bap- Sr., Mrs. Larry Johnson, Mrs. S.
Black of Orlando, winning first the Odom-Allen tist Church the, Woman's Mis- E. Montgomery Jr., Mrs. Danny

prize and Miss Glenda Brim second -I The luncheon table wedding. Circle, Two Had sionary Union will honor Mrs. B. McCrimon Mrs. Frank FutchJr.
was over-
prize. Jacob Johnson who will celebrateher ., Miss Lynn Black of Orlando
,
i laid with white cloth and
a cen- Picnic
The hostesses presented the Meeting one-hundredth birthday the Miss Diane Johnson, and Miss
tered with
) honoree with an aqua hobnail an arrangement of Circle Two of the First Presby- following Wednesday.All Joanna Tsacrios.

bedspread. white gladioli and chrysanthemums. terian Church met Monday for a friends and relatives of Mrs. R u
.
Around 25 guests were presentshoes I picnic lunch meeting at the Ella- Johnson are invited to attend this
II I Bridal place cards marked the ville State Park with Mrs. J. I. affair. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

places for the guests. Dunn, chairman, presiding. Mrs.
Present were Miss Martha Jean --11-.AJLftftaA.w.JutnaJut.r---w-
Dunn
I I Ik announced that Circle Two
Allen, bride-elect, Mrs. John D.
would be in charge of the church a1a.A .

any colouryoucltdosai I I.f elect Odom, and Jr.,Miss mother Allen's of the attendants groom-, activities The monthly for the emphasis month was of July.given MOVING SOON!

Miss Glenda Brim, maid of honor, Ui It
by Mrs. H. J. Boyles on Chris- FURNITURE & BRIC-A-BRAC only I .
and bridesmaids Miss Lynn Blackof tian Citizenship. a6' .aaaaaaaawaasaaaltaA

Orlando, Miss Donna Chastainof Mrs. GREATLY REDUCEDWe LOOK pS
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recolours Miss Diane Johnson, Mrs. Larry 0 Start Much Lower ThanYou'd
e handbags, belts For His Departure".
r tool! Johnson and Miss Sinka Koff. : Expect! #
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PAGE TWELVE a ( SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY?1963
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I PUBLIC NOTICESIN
'TI e Men Prayed9Everest


- Climbers .Have 2 Goals: SUWANNEE THE COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE'S FLORIDA.IN COURTOF .

RE: The Estate 'of

The Summit And Fresh Greens ELMER ELMER Deceased.SVOBODA L. SVOBODA, also, known aa BELOW IS A

NOTICE TO CREDITORS QUIZFOR

; v '"Tossed salad," the faint radio voice crackled from Svoboda All creditor also known of the as Estate Elmer L.of Svoboda Elmer-

the heights of Mount Everest. And tossed salad it would deceased are hereby notified and
required to file any claims or demands
Mount
be\for the National Geographic Society-American which they may have against aaid Es-

Everest Expedition! when it returned to its headquarters tate in the office of the County Judgeof
Suwannee County, Florida, in the
Katmandu, Nepal.The Court House at Live Oak. Florida with- SMART PEOPLE
in six calendar months from the date
dark and eerie,
request for fresh greens The night was
of the first publieation of this Notice;
was made to Mrs. William F. Un- without the accustomed moan of which is the 20th. day of June 1963.
wind. Stars guttered Each claim must be in writing and
of the climbers. the Himalayan
soeld.,wife.of one must state the place of residence and
She 'had asked what expedition overhead. The men prayed.A poet office address of the claimant and

members 'wanted to eat when beautiful dawn broke over must be sworn to by the claimant, hisagent
or his attorney and must be
they::returned. the huddled group. The men were filed in duplicate, or it win become ._,
startled to find they had spent void according to law.KAREL .
'There was nothing strange E. SVOBODA -
the night higher than the lofty
had ANNA PARYZEK
about the request: The men j
summit of neighboring, 27,890- Executors of the Last Will and '" : i
been living on packaged foods for Testament of Elmer Svoboda. also "
craved foot Lhotse. known as Elmer L Svoboda de- C
and
nearly' two months The climbers continued their ceased. i'. 1 :: p -
j _
fresh vegetables. 6.9
painful descent and met the first ; ,
- :Barry C. Bishop National Geo-
of the supporting teams Dr. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
graphic staff member who reached OR TRADE NAME LAW .
David L. Dingman of Baltimore TO WHOM
IT MAY CONCERN: ,.
Everest's 29,028-foot summit I ,J
,
Notice S44t t '
Maryland, and Bishop's personal is hereby given that the undersigned -
related after his emergency evac- pursuant to the fictitious "?
Sherpa Girmi Dorjee. name statute Chapter 20963, or Sec I '
Katmandu that he and
uation to
j
tion 865.09. Florida !
"Where've you been? queried Statutes. 1941, will
teammate Luther G. Jerstad of register with the Clerk of the Circuit t'l
"talked about Dingman."Oh Court in and far Suwannee County '. ,
Eugene Oregon
,
-
we're just passing thru, Florida upon receipt of proof of pub
tossed salad at Camp Six" 27,450 lication of this notice the fictitious
they replied. '
name to-wit:
feet the mountain. ,
up Dingman worried and anxious, Branford Gas &: Electric Company
Frostbitten Climbers had assumed the climbers could under which I will engage in business.
I expect to
engage in business in
Such were the dreams of men not have survived a night out at Branford, Florida and my address is

engaged in the fearsome struggleover that altitude. Branford Florida. :.."'-:'.
The extent: : of .
ownership is entire. ,,'
the world's most
inhospitable Sherpa-back Bide W. R. MAYNARD

terrain. Two days later, they arrived at Dated this 8th day W.of R.June A.D. 1963.

Bishop and Unsoeld, a U. S. Base Camp, 1'J,800 feet high. 6.O MAYNARD

Peace Corps official from Corvallis -
From there Bishop and Unsoeld IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
Oregon, were evacuated to were carried by Sherpas to a ren- IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY.

Katmandu, suffering from frost- dezvous with the helicopter that FLORIDA. IN PROBATE .
IN -
RE The
: Estate of ,.'
bitten toes.Unsoeld took them to Katmandu.On ROBERT R. BROWN,

and his climbing part- arrival, Unsoeld confessedto NOTICE TO Deceased.

ner, Thomas F. Hornbein of San being "a little saddlesore"from *" editors of the CREDITORS Estate of Robert -

Diego, Calif., established a moun- his long Sherpa-back ride. R. Brown, deceased, are hereby
notified and required t. file claims
taineering milestone by makingthe any
Bishop and Unsoeld both or demand which they may have against
first Himalayan traverse in agreed that the grandest mom- said estate in the Office of the County

history they went up over the ents of their respective ascents Judge the Court of Suwannee House at County Live Oak, Florida Florida in M S, ,. .,,,. ... .

unexplored West Ridge route and were when they discovered, tat- within six: (6) calendar months from .
the date ,
descended the traditional of the first publication of this ,
along -
tered but still fluttering on Ev- notice. Each claim or demand mud be
Southeast Ridge. erest's summit, the flag planted filed state In duplicate In writing and must
the
Near the top, on May 22, they there by James W. Whittaker of office address place of of the residence claimant and post and

heard the voices of Bishop and I Redmond, Wash., and Sherpa Na- must be sworn to by the claimant his

Jerstad, who had gone up the wang Gombu."I void agent according, or his attorney: to law., or it will become

Southeast Ridge and were now didn't know we had the sum S/MARY M. HOYES BROWN

waiting for the 'Vest Ridge teamon mit in the bag until we saw Old S/LEO Executrix: VANN

the frozen peak. Glory there," said Bishop. Executor

Buffeted by gale-force winds, Whittaker reached the summit (-8

the four men stumbled down in exactly three weeks earlier, on NOTICE TO DEFEND

the gathering darkness, exhausted May 1, and became the first Am- THE IN THE STATE NAME OF OF FLORIDA: n .

and half-dazed from lack of erican ever to climb the world'shighest TO Andrew Burke; Fred Burke; Rollo ; :;"-;:

oxygen. They later told how they peak. Whittaker's and Burke; Samuel Burke; Marcy Burke ., .
Mitchell and husband, Tony Mitchell !" f.
spent the night, without tents or the Sherpa's tracks were still visi- each of whose address is un- .. >; '

sleeping bags, in a rocky creviceat ble on the hard-packed, snow of known.
Yon and
each of
)yon are hereby .
28,000 feet. the summit when Bishop, Jerstad, notified that a suit in equity has been .
Their bivouac site was so un- Unsoeld, and Hombein got' there. brought against yon by B. W. Deese, and J" -
his wife, Gladys B. Deese. in The Circuit i:;
even the four could not stay close
Earn High Praise Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in :
enough together to keep warm. The mountaineering feat by and for Suwannee County Florida and I
yon are hereby summoned ordered and
Wind Died Down
the five Americans earned them required to file your written Answer, or
Then the wind miraculouslydied high praise. President John F. defenses, to the complaint filed herein .
against you in the above entitled cause :;-. "
down. It still bitterly
was Kennedy, after Whittaker's ascent in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit "';. J ""
cold 18 below zero and the said: "All Americans will Court in and for Suwannee County,
Florida at his office in the Court House
kicked their feet the
men against Join me in saluting our gallant in Live Oak. Florida. on or before Mon jj .
rocks to maintain circulation, occasionally countrymen." day. July 22n of such Answer, or defenses upon J. L.
kicking each other by
National Geographic Society Blaekwell. plaintiffs Attorney herein
mistake. But the wind's disap- President and Editor Melville Bell whose address is Live Oak Florida on
or' before said date as required by the
pearance made all the difference."If .
Grosvenor, congratulating Norman laws of Florida 1954 Florida Rules of
there had been wind. I G. Dyhrenfurth, expedition Civil Procedure. If you fail to do so
would not be talking to decree pro eonfesso will be entered
you leader Dr. William Sir
deputy against you for the reason contained in
now," Bishop told his wife, Lila. leader, and each member of the the complaint.You ., .
are further notified that the na- -
20-man team, said: "They have ture of this suit is to foreclose a mortgage --
brought honor to our country." given to plantiffs by Cherry A.
Miller, now deceased, and recorded inmortgage ANSWER 'YES' OR 'NO'TO THESE QUESTIONS
DEEP SEAFISHING The climbing over, the Expedi- book 93, pages 223-28 and :
tion's work was far from finished. also a mortgage given to plantiffs by
the said Cherry A. Miller in her life
First, its members gathere dwhat time, recorded in Mortgage book 89,
I First, its members gathered what pages 180-1, of the public records of
Suwannee County Florida, the 1. Are in home office ? 4. Are
remained of the 54,540 pounds of following described real estate upon to-wit: you your or now you enjoying today's paper

FromSteinhatchee supplies from down-filled un- The Northwest Quarter of the South-

Fla. derwear to signal mirrors, alumi- ter east of Quarter the Northeast and the Quarter Southwest less Quar-one 2. Did you buy this paper at a newsstand 5. Do you like convenience?

num pots and ladders, two-way acre in the Northeast corner thereof,

on radios and medical kits and of Range Section 14 East 31, in containing Township 79 2 South acres,, 3. Do you read this newspaper often? 6. Do you like to save money .

"The WINNER" brought this down. more or less, in Suwannee County,
Then, in the most importanttask Florida.
The name of the Court in which this "
of all, expedition scientistsstill suit has been instituted is the Circuit
65 Feet Long had to process the raw scien- Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in
18 Feet Wide and for Suwannee County Florida and ..
tific information they had gath- the abbreviated title of this ease is B. ..:;
'
Coast Guard: Inspected ered information on such diverse W. Deese, and wife, Gladys B. Deese :-- .
Lounge & Snack -vs- The Estate of Cherry A. Miller,
bar
room; subjects as man's behavior deceased et. aLIt

Leaves Taylor's Dock at under stress, patterns of psycho- is hereby ordered that this order
and notice shall be published once a
7:30 a.m. logical change, ice formation, week for four consecutive weeks (four
Returns 5 to 6pm. high-altitude radiation from the publications) in The Suwannee Democrat -
sun, and high-altitude a newspaper published in Live Oak, IF YOU ANSWERED "YES" TO ALL THESE QUESTIONS, THEN YOUSHOULD
weather."Their Suwannee- County Florida and having
high altitude studies a general circulation in Suwannee Coun-
$5.00 Person ty, Florida.
per win benefit science for genera- WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the CALL OUR CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT TODAYthey'll -
$1.00. for. Rod & Reel tions to come", said Dr. Grosvenor. Circuit Court and the seal of said Courtin
Live Oak. Suwannee County Florida
on this 17th day of June A. D. 1963.
(SEAL)
Trips open to individuals LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS to it that receive issue of this favorite at
Sat., Sun. and Holidays No less than 32 different kind Clerk Circuit Court see you every your newspaper, your

of rattlesnakes inhabit the United e-9 .Suwannee County, Florida office. :And because less-than if cash for
home
for charter Mon TueS. States according to Ross Allenof or subscription rates are you pay
NOTICETO
.
Wed. Thurs. & Fri. Ross Allen's, Reptile Instituteat WHOM, IT MAY CONCERN: each week :;:"
Florida's Silver Springs. You will please take notice that the the paper you'll save money! .- <:: '
undersigned W. V. Hunter and his ,
wife Lee Ona Hunter, husband and ':'. -' ,
Phone:_ Cross City The steel industry's $17 billion wife, are engaging, and will engage faa y' '
retai mercantile business handling .
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tax payments from 1937 to 1961 furniture and other merchandise new : -i> -

HY 8-3423 Inclusive came to nearly 30 per and used at Live Oak Florida in the ,)', ...
name of HUNTER'S FURNITURE .. .
,
.i .
cent
more than its net incomeof STORE and will file a registration of
$13.7 billion. said fictitious name as required by Section -
865-09 Florida Statutes.
Said business is owned by the undersigned ,
as an estate by the entirety. : -f: ;
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Dated this June 10, 1963. F !
A Thought For TodayBy W. V. HUNTER '

BRODY 0. HARRIS 5-8 LEE ONA HUNTER You can see what's in today's paper, but what will you find next week and the


'-- "He who neglects the present moment throws Sealed INVITATION proposals will TO be BID received by month after? You'll find the same top-notch quality in the special columns and

away all he has. i the City Council of the City of Live

We cross the threshold but once in this life, so Oak Florida at the City Hall until" features.. .., You'll find bargains week in and week out through local
merchants'
why not make every moment a moment of satis- 10:00 a.m.. E. S. T., July 29, 1963. at your -
which time bids will be opened and
faction for ourselves and for those around us? publicly read aloud for furnishing and
When the present moment has passed there Is delivering the following materials for advertisements and the wonder-working ads in the classified section.
i
4 no way of recapturing the opportunities It of- and In the City of Live Oak.

fered. Hence, neglecting to take advantage of an 1. iron 10,000 pipe linear and feet other of water six inch line cast ap- / You'll find information and entertainment for every member of the family in
< ? opportunity when it arises K for all practical purposes purtenances.
y throwing it away. How much better to 2. 35,000 linear feet of two inch and
have the satisfaction of knowing that we made smaller galvanized steel pipe. every issue of this newspaper.rSY .
*,, 18 east iron manhole frames and
every moment count, rather than to live In regret covers.
for having sat back and allowed our chances tc' Specifications and contract document
slip by.FREE will be open to public inspection at the
office of the City Clerk Live Oak, Florida -
or may be obtained from Smith
and Gillespie Engineers, In- P. O. Box
r
AMBULANCE
SERVICE T 1048. Jacksonville 1. Florida at DO

','" ,For Suvrannee County Residents .- charge.Bids must be accompanied by a certified NEtflEM0CT:
cheek or bid bond, fa an amount {
not less than ten per cent of the bid.
No bid may be withdrawn for a periodof :
SO days after the scheduled closing _
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME time for, the receipt of bids. -
J The Owner reserves the right to reJect -
I any* or all bids'and to waive in- .
.
: t BRODY C. HARRIS formalities. _
.
: .*V a/Vernar. Hunter Presidentof
i.f.:: r. ., Licensed FuneraL Director .. .the City
> Council, of the =
,, Naturally think you're smart if read this !
J 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 ATTEST:City ef Live Oak Florida W ---"- we you newspaper k

LIVE OAK FLORIDA -/ Harvey W. Perry
City Clerk '-.' .

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