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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 11, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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W ESTABLISHED 1884 UVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 9

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\J QTHINKIHG'I Suwannee's Oldest Living Resident... City Council Votes
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4 11, WIth Louie C. Wadsworth Traffic OrdinanceThe

U.S. District Courtthe
Makes sense. 1.k---:
( Altho tobacco growers of Florida 1. :: .F City Council Tuesday

Indicated they would prefer .". ..'.... ........
; {" '., ......,,:,.,,.... .... passed an ordinance adopting all
the 1963 sales season to begin y ... .... .. ..... of the provisions of the "Florida
August 1, the local market, as "',. Model Traffic Ordina et' enacted Marshals Serve
Kiicanians
Honor County's Oldest Native
will
f well as others in this state, a' .y* by the Legislature In" 1957.
start sales on July 25, the date According to Mayor J. Marvin
preferred by growers of Georgia. :4 l Phillips, who introduced the pro- Notice To Mayor
Whether 'we like It or not, posal to the Council the ordI-
Florida's opening date must coincide will all involving
matters
C= Aw nance cover Of Claim
with that of the Georgia n traffic violation that may $17,159

t; markets. By the same reasoning arise. The new ordinance will.
Federal marshals served
1 Georgia markets must open at take affect in four weeks. '
:Mayor\ J. Marvin Phillips
the same time as Florida markets.It q.RA Harry Grant Suwannee High
c.
is simply a matter of eco- ..rI School band director requestedthat Tuesday with notice of suit
nomics. the Council sponsor summer against the City of Live Oakin
If either state opens early band concerts. Grant said this the United States District

i growers from both states will sponsorship would be of no expense Court for the Southern Div-
rush to get early sale to secure -
an to the city with the excep- ision.
money with which to complete tion of the cost of rigging lights The action was brought agates
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rt harvesting and curing the : and providing some seating fa- the city by Oglethorpe Plumbingand
remainder of their crop. u v cilities. Heating Company of Albany
No matter how early the open- Grant proposed the site for the Ga.. for $17,159.
ing date comes there will be concerts be set up on the Court- b The notice alleged that pteh-
growers ready to sell. Past experience house square. The Council votedto tiff was wrongly charged $9,79
Indicates tobacco farmers a. make arrangements for the ./ per day for 286 days by the etty
a
1 are going to attempt to sell lights at Grant's request."I for delays in completing Insinuation -
IL opening day and nobody fusses think it's fine for Mr. Grant of the city's natural gas .,.-
with this desire. and his students to offer this
..1 Thus it makes sense for Florida public service" Phillips said. "We tem.The city engaged Oglethorpe to

p to open its leaf markets on the >n. w.nnbY. : have the greatest admiration for wl install the gas system under contract -
j date set for Georgia. This further our high school band." t and deducted $17,1 W for
means that two creeks from kA The Council voted to hold a the 286 days delay as liquidation
today, the chant of the tobacco public hearing at its next meet- L damages from the installation
auctioneer will again herald the ing on rezoning Block 74 In the charge.

beginning of .another- tobacco, > northeast section of the city from iJ1 Oglethorpe however, claims

ales season. ,. \ k x ,:.j. 'nlA'to A, allowing Howard that Bill Marsh engineer with
Activity in this city as well as > ... Wright to build a trailer park on Godwin Engineers, Inc. and tbeity's
market centers for bright > -"
other the property.The authorized agent for super-
leaf in Florida and Georgia will ;
ypM zoning commission recom- ,$ vising the project, was ineoeape-
iz pick up that day. 11 i mended that the Council rezone 9 tent, and deliberately and intentionally -

Reports indicate that this Airs. Jacob Johnson, Suwannee County's oldest living resident this property produced after evidence caused delays to the gas
year's leaf crop is one of the better i celebrated her was produced that nearby company during the irataltettoa.
I 100th birthday Monday afternoon at a party at the ii-
s .
ones of recent years. residents had :
no objections. The The notice declared that Marsh
First Baptist Church. She and her husband moved to Live Oak
livestock to in 1914, 49 years ago where they operated a successful farm. Air. public hearing is required by law Intentionally. caused the company
of
The importance before rezoning can take affect. to jump around from one part
the future of this county is so Johnson died just three years ago. The Council voted to allow of town to another on numerous

Important that I feel the possi- Fire Chief Bill Roper $50 expensesfor occasions doing work not laid out

bility that constant comment At Kiwanis MeetsRepresentative attending the fire chief's con- in the form of any sequence or
Rotary
I about.it might become boring can vention in Lakeland August 23-24. any manner which would be convenient -
Ottis Brown (right) presents 'Mr. Jim' Mills with Distin-
a
be overlooked. Maybe I am "hip- The police
report read to the to the normal operationby
ped"- on the subject but I have Discusses ,State Council noted 54 cases, $890 re- Citizenship Award. the plaintiff or of a contrast

r) been,, around more years than I from_ fines .and forfeitures, and for the completion and installation -
care to recall and have seen tobacco II$94 Jail costs. of the natural "
gas system.
develop to replace cotton Spending, Diagnostic Facility -', Mayor Phillips remarked to the ,Award., Top Junior Deputy It further alleged that the city
and other advances in agriculture. Council that while revenues; from ,had knowledge of these incompetent -
With rigid 'control on tobacco Representative Leon, McDonald in successive addresses City Court. had exceeded expec- Kiwanians; Honor 'Mr. Jim9 acts on the part of its ag-
acreage likely to be approved for to Kiwanians and Rotarians during the past week tations the,county was not try ; ent and resident engineer and refused -
years to come. It is necessary to pointed out where the additional money in the state's enlarged ing to fill the coffers of the city to relieve him of his duties.
1' look elsewhere for further improvement budget is going and explained legislation affecting treasury through fines. He asserted County's Oldest Living Native Mahone Bees, superintendent of
t in agriculture here. Tome Suwannee. County. the increase is due to more pUblic works told the Council
ti development of a real live- McDonald said approximately efficient work of the police :force Kiwanians presented a Distinguished Citizenship that he worked closely with Marsh
stock: industry offers the great- F5 per cent of the state's record million increase over the previ- under Chief Elwood Howard. Award"Wednesday to James Raliegh (Mr. Jim) Mills, the j in this Installation and chargesof

t est potential. $987 million budget will be spenton ous year; and universities will receive The Council voted to pay the oldest living native, of Suwannee County. incompetence and deliberate
Florida's population continues the schools. $130 million, a $13 million city's current bills of 5339. Mills, the father of six children and a dedicated undermining of Oglethorpe's work
to expand at a rapid rate. This During the coming year, schools Increase. McDonald said. farmer by occupation, currently lives about 3 miles from schedule were wholly fake and
means that more and more meat from 1-12 grades will receive The balance of the budget RE A Grants Loan place where he was born on out of line.
products will be required to feed $469 million, a $94 million increase $345 million, will operate all oth- July 1, 1873, over 90 years ago. Rees informed the Council that
p this expanding population. Un- over last year; Junior colleges er state functions other than the To Electric Co-Op The award was presented to Wrs. Johnson 76 Marsh's supervision of the gas installation -
less we produce these In Floridait will schools. A $37 ;#OO loan has been ,
get $43 million, a $22 approved "Mr. Jim" by Ottis Brown, a was so meticulous that
is certain such meat productswill These monies appropriated for for the expansion of the member ,of the Kiwanis Club's only two leaks had been discovered -
be Imported.It the schools do not include the Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative Public Affairs Committee. Suwannee Native and repaired In the
just makes sense to me for Work Will Begin proposed bond Issue for colleges in Live Oak Congressman "Though reserved in his man- more than 30 miles of pipe Haw

Suwannee County to continue On Douglass Pool and universities that will be up Don Fuqua announced ner, preferring to remain the Funeral ServicesMrs. since the work was completedover
developing its agricultural potential for a vote of the people In the this week. head of his house his family, and two years ago.
for we have so much work- Work will begin next Tuesdayon near future.If This money, provided the his family-farm enterprise, 'Mr. The city can be proud of this
ing for us In such development. the swimming pool at the passed, this measure would Co-op by the Rural Electrification Jim' has made a contribution to Janie Elizabeth Rye Johnson trouble-free system largely because -
t One only has to travel along New Douglass Recreation project authorize a bond Issue of $75 Administration at two per his community that far exceeds 76, of East Duval Street of Marsh's close inspection
county roads to see the tremen- Mahone Rees superintendent million for the coming year anda cent interest, will be used to what might have been given died Monday, July 8, at 6:30 a.m. during its installation.At .
dous Improvement that has been of public works for the maximum of $50 million for the build 52 miles of distribution through a life 'of public service in the Suwanene County Hospital Tuesday night's meeting,

made In the quality of cattle city, told the Council Tuesday next two years succeeding. lines to serve 550 new customers for the life he has lived," Brown following a lengthy illness. one councilman observed that the
Jjere. Seldom does one see herds algnt. McDonald noted that one of and build two new substations Mrs. Johnson a native and city loses either way In a ridiculous -
of scrub cattle, for most have Bees said a bulldozer would the measures for Suwannee Coun- one at Newbern, the said.Brown, who as a child knew lifelong resident of Suwannee situation like this since the
I been Improved and show tracesof arrive at the site to begin excavations ty for which he.worked the hard- other at White Sprints 'Mr. Jim', noted that "for en- County, was the daughter of the cost of defending a suit of this
good breeding. Tuesday. The plans est was acquiring the animal In addition, funds are included couragement for all of you fel late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William nature will be expensive.The .
Couple an expanded livestock for the project have been sent diagnostic laboratory, a bill that in this loan to finance lows of youth, 'Mr. Jim' has been Rye. She was a member of Mayor referred the notice
industry with the fine tobacco to the State Board of Health required an appropriation of extensive system improvements driving his tractor this year." the Philadelphia Baptist Church. of suit to City Attorney Alfred
crop we now have and this coun- but as yet have not been approved $144,000.The including conversion of eight Mills married Miss Ada Pauline Mrs. Johnson Is survived by her Airth to take whatever steps

ty's; economy will be In good Rees said. representative said his 'efforts miles of existing line to'a higher Johns on Feb. 8. 1903; they had husband James A. Johnson of necessary to defend the ctty's po-
.shape. In a recent jointmeetingwith on getting this laboratoryfor capacity.The one girl and five boys one of Live Oak. three daughters, Mrs. sition.
the Board of County Commissioners this county began with a electric cooperativeserves them being J. B. Mills directorof Bessie Johnson of Live Oak Mrs. .
Several persons took the time the Council agreedto meeting here some time ago between Snwannee Hamilton, the ASCS office here. Mary Dean of TItusvIlle, and
and effort to comment on what split costs of building the cattle swine and poultryNo. Lafayette, and part of Colum- Mills. an'active member of the Mrs. Helen Senterfit of Jacksonville Four ,Barns Burn
I had to say In this column about pool equally with the county. ( 2 Continued on Page 10)) bia Counties (No. 3 Continued. on Page 19) : four sons Arthur Johnsonof ;
cleaning up Live Oak for the '- Jacksonville Clyde Johnson of

benefit of those who live here and Jacksonville, Charles Johnson of Tobacco Club To
not just for those who pass thru. Suwannee County Native Live'Oak and James Johnson of

Many have pointed out areas Live Oak; fir sisters, Mrs. Ella
where work needs to be done and Brannen of Tamp, Mrs. Marie Pay $1,000 Each
others have praised Improvementsmade. McNeill Moves, Up At 4th Largest Bank Smith of Miami Mrs. Lulu Bran-

nen of Live. _OaX. Mrs. Kmma Anderson l? Farmers Services Inc.. a nonprofit -
It makes sense to me for every of Jacksonville and-.Mrs. tobacco barn Insurance
resident of this city to take R. E. :McNeill Jr., a lean petition In the New Yolk. marketis when we come out on the long A job .in a small bank con- Evie Laurent of Jacksonville; two club this week announced that
pride In the community appearance Suwannee County native who excessive.' : end of the Stick he told Edward I trolled by an uncle led to a better brothers. Johnnie Rye of Live four barns have been destroyedby
Not many of us desire to never went to college, took "I rather enjoy it, 'particularly Cowan of the New York Times. position with Central Farmers- Oak. and Sam Rye of Live Oak. fire during the 1963 curing

live in a dirty or filthy city over July. 1 as chairman of McNeill is a born businessman. I Trust Company In West Palm, ., She had sevengrandchildren, season.
'{t1'l t. 1 Continued on Page 10)) the Board of Directors of After finishing at Suwannee High Beach where he eventually-*' 23 great-grandchildren and one The barns were owned by B. H.

Manufacturers. a n 0 ve'r School, he wanted to study law I came the chief executive officer! ,greatgreatgrandchild.Mrs. Johns Joe Clayton. E. A. Coigns,
Trust Company, the third at the University of Florida When Central Farmers went Johnson was buried In the and Clyde Butts. The e men, who
Four To Display largest bank in New York but on his own terms: a two- Into voluntary liquidation In 1938 Philadelphia Cemetery. are members of the cub IB good

Bulk Curing Units City and the fourth year course emphasizing subjectsas because technical changes of law Active pallbearers were J. D. standing are entitled to reeeive
County Agent Paul Crews announced the largestin contracts and dispensing with took the bloom off its trust business Johnson, O'Neal Johnson Jimmy l,00a each for the low.
world.
this week that a tour -courses unrelated to business, McNeill moved on to the Johnson, Terry Johnson Charles The tobacco bam insurance
of bulk coring units Is being McNeill a taciturn career- such as criminal and livorce law. Atlantic National Bank In West Johnson Jr., Bill Johnson, Ever- club was organized to protect tobacco
banker and political independent rq kk The dean said no. Palm Beach where he became ett Evans and Julian Dean. farmers from huge leases
planned for Saturday, July 20. was named president of the bank '.ra.w Wasting no time, 19yearoldJeff president. In 1940. Honorary pallbearers were A. caused by the occariegaleat-

bulk Parsers unite interested In operation in seeing In- when it was established in Sep- ( 4r a boyhood nickname that Shortly thereafter,, he accepteda E. Curl William Ward, Dixie breaks of fire that occur in the
viied and are tember. 1961, through the merger as'aM ,S+A. + has endured packed his bags vice presidency at the Hanover Gamble Joe HIngson, George heat-treating process of curing
to
urged attend.
At least six of the Manufacturers Trust Com-< returned home and, with a loan Bank and moved up-to the presidency Croft, Rev. Tom Allen, Leo Land, flue-cared tobacco.
different manufacturers pany and the Hanover Bank. a< from his father bought an Interest -, In 1950. Wayne Ross Ashley Johnson An. The' club, which has been In
units.are making bait corfax He will be succeeded as president : in a plant that extracted He'to a director of the Chrysler derson 'Curl, J. D' Bailey, Curtis operation for thfrty-teur yean,
farmers.Many Suwannee of the bank by Gabriel gum from- pine trees for resin Corporation and chairman of Johnson. Melous Johnson, Barney though Incorporated in 190g, requires
.jCoosty are interestedIn Hauge, a Ph D ,In Economke W.!' : ita
tfeem but -and turpentine. its finance ioni iittee.He'ar4)irr.MCNei11the Cheshire Seward -Fleet JHowland new members a lifetime
.to what make are Bait confused to, as from Harvard and a former economic Yr + He did subsequently learn some former .Billy Brannen, John Q. membership fee of $2.21. And
Crews buy. advisor to President Elsen. law and: accounting by working Fleregpe E. 'Stephens of Am- Boatricbt, Johnny 'Boatright, A. whenever a member loses a bam,
that this
wMa noted tourf hower.MeKeill. nithtslor'* lawyer.and an aeewnt. tsica; GflL, live la Mostelalr, D. Evans and Clyde Allison all. ot.the, ether angrotewy chip In
blik *fefct help lOne
throga off the cam.. 1. tout Jie never get a de- N. married n- SUwannee It Funeral Home waS: 42eac .late.
1JMi a .... ::1" J. They. have. a : au I "'fJan
; ; plaint of frame: ; tMt'- ,.$. E.:KcNEKXt JR. '.. e''f' :.'r' .. i W..I., '" ..;.. .- -- -. -'7 Jim d1ar .-- __ ._ .i"'", t.(I a.,! atJaued J'aftH)
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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 11. 1963

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Mr. And Mrs. Colin Jackson Williams Fame .:Reunion Held Sikes-Suggs Wedding

News From BranfordBY At itchtucknee SpringsA Rehearsal Dinner Held

family reunion was held July The rehearsal dinner for the

.- 4 at Itchtucknee Springs. Sikes-Suggs wedding party ww
: MRS. LOIS WAWAMouse' Those attending were Mr. and held Friday night June 28. at
-- -- the home of the groom's mother.
Mrs. Lavern Hall and family of ,
Performance Miss Buchanan Mr. Williams Perm N. J., Clarence Hall and Mrs. W. A. Sikes.
Exchange Nuptial
two sons of Valdosta, Ga., Mr. The dinner was served on the
Set For July 20 Vows In Church Ceremony, June, TwentyThirdThe f"y 'dd and Mrs. Raymond Hall and family porch. Tables were covered with

First Baptist Church of Branford was the setting of Jacksonville all brothersof white cloths.
Aesop's captivating fable of for the wedding of :Miss Shirley Buchanan, daughter of F 7 Mrs. Maggie Cribbs and Mrs. Out-of-town guests includedMr.
"The Town Mouse and theCountry and Mrs. George Fletcher and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Buchanan of Branford and Colin r George Moses of Branford. .-
Mouse" will come alive family of Gainesville Rev. L. A.
in play form for the children Jackson Williams, son of Mrs. Lois P. Williams of Branford Also attending from Branford Polk of Trenton and chorus
"of Branford on Saturday :July and C. D. Williams of Newberry, Sunday, June were Mr. and Mrs. Moses, Mrs. members who sang at the wed
when The' twenty-third at three o'clock in white orchid. .., Cribbs. and Mr. and Mrs. Orville
20, at %:30 PJXU a ding on. Saturday night.
Merry :Minstrels, a touring chil- the afternoon. Performing the The bride's mother wore a pink : fif: Moses. The family was dinner .
dren's theatre company bringsits ceremony was the Rev.John Martin dacron and eyelet dress with bone ,:: '., :; :. : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bill Cullen, panelist on "I'..''

troups of seven actors into of Newberry.The accessories and a pink carnation ; { .. :1 ,;;,. "'" Moses Thursday night. Got A Secret", was a pre-medical
Branford Woman's Club under nuptial vows were repeated corsage. ''! '' ''--". student at the University of Pittsburgh -

the sponsorship of the localWoman' against a background of greenery The mother of the groom worea _(: : .to.,* .;,.:;;, -.'I. nee; Mrs. Grace Sims and Mr. before he got into broad.. .
baskets of white gladioli blue lace sheath dress with blue !: '
Club. two ". ... casting.
.J .. and Mrs. Clayton Welch of Cross
:Tickets: are 50c for children interspersed with native greenery accessories and a pink carnation ',". ... : :\- .. City; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hart
'12 and under and 75c for adults. and three candelabras bearing corsage. ., "Jot."."..-. '- -1..'..,.;If-I-- /,, ....! of Mayo; Dr. and Mrs. John Phil- ?
white tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan enter- \ ". : -- ot9S
be from burning
They may purchased .-' '+ pot of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.J. .
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club members or contact Mrs. Mrs. Robert Fletcher played the tained with a reception followingthe .. ., ; :t -. W. Williams of Orlando; Joe
\ John Johnson* director of summer traditional wedding marches and ceremony in the Church An- ;.,." .\.'. ..- "' Hill U. S. Air Force Base, Pen-
Hatch ..j 'i Ct666
recreation. accompanied Miss Loyselle nex.The sacola; B. S. Hinkle; and Lt. and
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Running time.is. approxi- who sang. "0 Promise Me". bride's table was covered Mrs. Charles D. Williams Jr., of
mately 50 minutes. "Whither Thou Goest". and "The with-a white linen cloth and bore : Columbus Ga.
Wedding Prayer. an arrangement of pink carna- : '
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Miss Karon Ann Buchanan. tions. 'p ,:' l
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Branford sister ofthe bride was maid of The three-tiered wedding cake
4! honor.. She wore a dress of pink was embossed in pale pink and : if {
':: chiffon with a pink lace jacket white and topped with a miniature pti: ... '." <- THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
: Personals ::" .,, '
and carried a nosegay of pink bride and groom.A ; : ., ,
'r carnations. On her head she pale pink cloth overlaid witha '". { ;:b '-"" ;.J : '-... Veneer-One Two Baths.
or
wore a pink net headpiece.C. white lace cloth covered the reception 5-
"V Mrs Lillian Brizzie and Mrs. D. Williams served his son table. _;t ; :/. ,\ \: ;;: FHA CONVENTIONAL
Bertie Zimmerman of Omaha, as best man. Ushers were Lt. White gladioli and white chrysanthemums ,. ,,%; l '. or
Neb.,-and Ben Zimmerman of Charles D. Williams Jr., brotherof were placed at various -' -=:' ;:>:.'., ;- .-, :,.... ':. ... :'" FinancingSMALL

Pompano Beach were recent visitors the groom. Fred Fissell Jr., places in the receptionroom. DOWN PAYMENT
of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Smith and William Buchanan brotherof ..
and attended the wedding of Ra- the bride. I Miss Pauline Hatch kept the John Martin and Kay Huber of Manris Roberts and John Wil- Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
mona Faye Jackson and Albert The bride, escorted to the altar bride's book. Others assistingwere Newberry: Mrs. Sara Cox. Mrs. liams of Gainesville; Gordon
"Smith. by her father and_given in mar- -Mrs. T. A. Hatch, Mrs. William Nj>rman Stewart and daughter Philpot and Mrs. F. S. Sands of SELECT YOURS NOW
Paul Shinholster left recently riage by him selected for her : Crant rd, and Mrs. W. M.. Jannette. Mrs. Pauline Williamsand Bell; Sidney Philpot of St. Pet- Contact
for Great Lakes, HI. where he wedding a gown of Chantilly lace :Moses. Mrs. Gordon Philpot and daughter Sylina, Mrs. Dor- ersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Garth
will undergo his basic training in and tulle the Dior fitted bodice I Miss Annie Rousch served as floor othy Harrington and daughter Nobles Rufus Nobles and Miss
the Navy. with a scalloped neckline was enhanced hostesses.. Debra,.. Mrs. Lillian Carroll, and Shirley Jackson of Live Oak; Mr. W. G. MULLINSPhone
Mrs. Lois Williams, Mrs. I. P. with iridescent sequins. After a wedding trip to Day- Mr. and Mrs. Duey P. Gay of and Mrs. Eura Carter of Valdosta -
Philpot Sr., and Mrs Florence The tapered sleeves ended in calla tona Beach and points of interest Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ta, .; Mr. and Mrs. Leamon 3622057The
Buchanan spent Sunday in Lake lily points at the wrists. The voluminous Mr. and Mrs. wmi m.sWin reside Watkins and grandson. Tommie Wood of Macclenny; Mr. and
City with Mr. and Mrs. Colin skirt had four tiers of in Lake City where he Is employedby May of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Welmer Goodson of Suwan-
Williams.Mrs. ruffles of tulle with a scalloped Wilson-Brannon Funeral Directors -
Wilbur Hall and Mrs. L. T. lace border. Her finger tip veil and she is employed by _
visitors in of illusion was attached to a the telephone
Chesson were business company.
Jacksonville last Monday.Mrs. crown of pearls. She carried a Out-of-town guests were Mrs.C. bigger your family..the more you'll save!

Robert Fletcher is a patient nosegay of white carnations and I H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. E. t' .
in the Baptist Memorial lilies of the valley centered with D. Norfleet and son. Ed Mrs. .
Hospital in Jacksonville. :, -
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Week end guests of Mr. and .I
Mrs. W. B. Thomas were Mr. and DANCE .. ."'.t : -" -, .
Mrs. Paul "'Gresham and familyof rr
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Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. ,. EVERY' SATURDAY NIGHT -- g k ?

Charles Thomas and son'of WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES
Gainesville Mrs. Donald Koon -
FROM 9 TO 1. .
and family of Bartow and Mrs.
ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING !
Arnholt Smith of San Diego.
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r- is
Calif. THIS WEEK

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Atwell and .J
family of Bradenton visited Mr. CHIT WOOD'S
'and Mrs. Robert Fletcher and a: 1 a'
Mrs. W. P. Atwell and other relatives -' OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO ". .

Saturday.Miss MINORS ALLOWEDWARD'S cx.
Lou Cribbs of F.S.U; spent '
the Fourt hof July holidays at \
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home with her parents Mr. and JN !i;
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Mrs.Lloyd Cribbs and family. 'j
Col. and Mrs. T. S. Lowry returned ENTERPRISES :
to Fort Lauderdale Mon- INC.
day after spending several weeks ,
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here.R.. P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD FLORIDA: : ,
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E. Hatch was a business
visitor in Jacksonville Wednes- e

day.Mrs. Manufacturers and Distributors
; Myrtle Herndon and fam-
ily spent a few days last week \ I (
in Madison with her'mother, who Complete Mixed Fertilizers Anhydrous Ammonia

underwent surgery recently hiThomasvUle. Direct Application Nitrogen Solution
Ga. \ '
Carlene Suggs. Carey Johnson, S \ c. .2-p.
and Scott Ware
Randy Herndon '
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PRODUCTION ACRE
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are spending this week at Metho-
dist Youth Camp in Leesburg. \\w '< ( (
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Hogmen LOOK around your dining room table. Nearly recognized by the "Minimum Freight Rates" bitts

f everything you see-in fact, almost everything on and it will be corrected when the bills are passed

know the family shopping list (mea chicken, eggs, but- Let's get one thing straight. The proposed legislation -

ter, milk, vegetables, and many other items-will will not let railroads raise their prices one
d! ". got tI.l"p Fly be favorably affected when the "Minimum
OB claim servicesWheflyobuycari. Freight penny on anything without Interstate Commerce

Control Rates"bills now before Congress are passed.Why? Commission approval. It will permit railroads to

ssraace,,'checkStateFarm's Because! many freight rates are now higher than lower prices on agricultural products and bulk

claim ervlce'oct-sat -time- PAYS :. they need be. They can-and will-be reduced commodities such as salt, sugar, coal l, grain, and

work-world'* Lire* when railroads have freedom to lower rates. many others. Lower freight costs on tfe e*e impor.

men set More:to tfeaiftt gjye yeafcoetetowa *. 4' Lower freight charges mean f lower prices for tant family budget items will put money in your

service'wfeerere you, the consumer. But what happens today when pocket.

? yt drive \ .. railroads try to lower their freight charges'? On American'consumers will save billions of dollars
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a1....Cd"J'I'. gains yrhen.flies are gontcoUed-PnY the cost of fly control to lower our rates are almost invariably opposed bills, as they are now written, become law. Everyday

,-' .. -. ',. many times over in pounds of pork mod.Nwd .. by barge or truck interests-sometimes both.This of delay is costing you money tyrite Cppgrae
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Mrs._ Robert Houston, MittsHere Koon-Spooner Miss Sarah Jewel Shaw

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Before an improvised altar of ;

greenery and baskets of pink
WOMfN gladioli and white pam pons with
seven branched candelabras and
lighted candles Rev. J. Marvin
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Odom married Mrs. Zell Virginia

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor x,. Koon to Ernest Spooner of Jacksonville ..,: "--..

Saturday afternoon at : -
five o'clock using ,the double- ,,.. : .
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Carolyn Ann Fain, Robe t; Houston Mills Reciteh ring ceremony. j.
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Chure Saturday Mrs. Koon's only attendantwas Ih ; :
Wedding Vows In Ceremony, 'l' her sister, Mrs. Jack Ken- -;
St. John's Episcopal Cl]durch, Tallahassee, was the nedy. Ned Spooner was best man .

setting for the nuptial vowsdaughter of Miss Carolyn Ann Fain, :4.1 .1' for his brother. .-. .;., '.
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Monroe Fain of Tallahas- w .. \
} of Mr. and Mrs. Troy ', f The bride is the oldest daughter ;1:
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see, and Robert Houston Mill s, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert .>....... ".,<" $: of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ad-
Pierson Mills of this city, Sal turday, June twenty-ninth at kins and the groom the son of f' s :> ._
five o'clock in the afternoon with with moonglow ribbon. The Prayer w Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Spooner of } _

the Hev; Harry. }J. Douglas, of fici1 Book was made in Jerusalemand V. Beachville.The .
ating. given as a gift to the motherof bride wore a blue eyelet =
sister. dress with white accessories and ? r rr
Dr. Roy Johnson was organistand the groom by her .. "
provided a program of nup- Mrs. Fain wore a sheath dressof carried a white Bible centered -
tial music. pale blue silk organza with a aa' with a white orchid.
Old fashioned twin arrangements bluelace applique over taffeta Mrs. Kennedy wore a pale pink
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of white snapdragons lilacs and matching accessories.Mrs. .. : : with matching hat and a corsage Y '
shasta daisies chrysanthemums Mills wore a beige Chan- r. of white carnations.Mrs. .
asters butterfly roses tilly lace over sheath of taffeta Adkins wore a blue flow-
gypsophila and maidenhair fern with matching accessories. I Jr ered dress with a white ,carnation -
were used on the altar. Brass The reception was given by the I I far. ,5Y corsage.
candelabra holding lighted tapers I bride's parents in Alfriend Hall Mrs. Spooner wore an aqua a
were on either side. at the church. Native greenery .. green with white accessories anda
formed the background for the 4n white carnation
The family; pews were marked L corsage.
with white satin ribbon and ivy. party. Greeting guests at the door / After a wedding trip to Tampa -

Miss' Sarah Fain sister of the were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Terry, 'x.w ..... ". Miami and other southern
bride was maid of honor. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Spencer Mr. se cities they will make their homein ;.
Grady W. BassMrs.. Alan Stan- and Mrs. Broward Williams all: iSNr Jacksonville. -
cliffe. Miss Kay Duren all of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stulz. Mrs. Among those attending from a Y '
Tallahassee Miss Mary Jane Emmalu Brown introduced the V distance were T. P.Beach of Cler- ,. .
Skadding of Miami and Mrs. guests to the receiving line. mont Ervin Beach of Haines : ,'"r ",
John Lauder of Marianna were The bride's table was covered City Mr. and Mrs. Ned Spoonerand

bridesmaids.The with white satin overlaid with children, Mr. and Mrs. Stet ,; y
attendants wore identical embroidered organdy. The four- Spooner and children and Mr. = '"
gowns styled with full flowing tiered cake was topped with a and Mrs. George Spooner and ,
i bouquet of miniature summer And There children S tie
skirts of maize chiffon over taffeta all of Jacksonville. Mrs.
featuring a sleeveless bodice I flowers. Silver candelabra held Jack Hague and children of .- e
white bridal tapers and eperg- Hague Mr. and Mrs. Bearl
accented in front with sunburst
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Ward and Grady Penuel's daughter Mrs.
nettes of white roses princess Spooner of Tampa and Mrs. C.
pleating and highlighted by a daughter, Patty Ann, of Jackson- Jack Hedrick and family, at the
carnations and spingerie fern. C.: Hemphil land Wayne of
sat- son
Sabrina neckline. A bandeau
f ville spent the week end with Hedrick cottage at Neptune
The bride's aunt Mrs. Joe V. Gainesville.Mr. .
in self colored belt accentuatedthe
Mrs. Ward's brother and sister- Beach.
Martin of Eufaula Ala., Mrs. R. and Mrs. entertained
waist line. Their head- Kennedy -
petite maize chif- P. Lee and Mrs. R. S. Woodhamcut in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recent house guest of the Gra- with a reception follow- Mr. and Mrs. Barney Shaw of Lake City announce the engagement -
pieces were circlets of
Futch Sr.
fon with brief veils attached. the cake.Pouring dy Penuel's were Mrs. Penuel'ssister ixg the wedding assisted by Mrs.C. of their daughter, Sarah Jewel, to Donald Thomas Geiger,
Mrs. Earl Dickens and son
They wore matching slippers and Warren Spencer punch Miss were Kay Miss Wood-Mary Bud of Virginia Minn., and I. M. his nephew, Mrs. Kenneth Douglas Sneed Penuel and and"children Spoo. C. Hemphill and Mrs. Ned son of Air. and Mrs. Thomas J. Geiger of Wellborn.
white gloves. Each carried a cas- McAlpin of Plant City visited er.'a
white Mar- ham, Miss Betsy Lowry, and Mrs. all of Tampa. Miss Shaw is a graduate of Columbia High School and Is a
cade arrangement of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKeithen recently -
guerite daisies and polished ivy Jimmy McHory. Mrs. I. L. Penn of Ocala a Mrs. Powell HostessTo graduating senior of Mather School of Nursing at New Orleans,
The bride's traveling costumewas former resident of Live Oak, --
leaves. a nylon and dacron dress Mrs. Marvin Jones and children spent several days last week with Goodwill Club Louisiana.
this
McCrimon of
Danny B. Mike, Bobby and Tammy
with a jacket of sky blue with the; Grady Penuels before con- The Goodwill Club met Tuesday I II
city served the groom as best of Tulsa. Okla., are spending the I Mr. Geiger is a graduate of Columbia High School and is attending -
man. Ushers were Lt. Winston white accessories and the orchid at their Suwannee tinuing on to Kentucky for the July 2, in the home of Mrs.P. .
Radford William Rogers Tom from her bouquet. summer Springs home. summer. C. Powell with eight members Florida Southern College at Lakeland. ,
all of this city Steve After July 7 they will be at Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sperring present.
Kennon
Mrs. Frank M. Greene is visit-
Huber of Miami and Grady Bass at home at 1351 Colonial Drive ing Mr .and Mrs. Douglas Clem- had as their guests recently their After the Bible lesson was read The'wedding will be an event of Sunday, August twenty-filth

of Tallahassee.' Tallahassee.' ent in Jacksonville.Miss son and daughter-in-law Mr. and in unison games were played and at four o'clock in the afternoon in the Southside Baptist Church at
Following the rehearsal Friday Mrs. Lewis Sperring and children prizes won by Mrs. E. The bride was given in mar- Grade Griffin who has Lake City. -
evening Mr. and Mrs. Mills en- Slennis, Brenda and Elaine of and Mrs. B. W. Kellogg.
selectedfor
riage by her father and
been a guest of her cousin Mrs.
her wedding a sheath goWn tertained at a dinner in the Caucus Grady Penuel, for several weeks, Miami. Glennis returned home Refreshments were served by No invitations are being sent locally but all friends and rela-
Room at the Duval Hotel for with her parents after spending the hostess at the close of the
of silk organza with inserts of left Tuesday for Jacksonville fora tives of the couple are invited to attend the wedding and the reception -
the wedding party and out of three
re-embroidered Alencon lace witha visit with her brother. T. R. weeks here with her grand- meeting and Mrs. Ross Leming
removable jacket that buttoned town guests.. .y Griffin and family; before returning parents. dismissed with prayer. immediately following the ceremony in the Church annex.For .
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down the back with self"covered ; to her home In Ft. Pierce. '
buttons. In the front the ,Alen- Miss Kellogg Weds Fourth of July week end guestsof .Ef'
} con lace jacket fit over the sheath Mr. and Mrs. Grady Penuel ..r --. '-- .
skirt. The sleeves were elbow John F. FosterMr. were their daughter, Mrs. Jack dependable em as today's roads and cars. And service as : }
length. The detachable train was and Mrs. B. W. Kellogg Hedrick and family of Jackson gasolines convenient as supermarket!For power that 1,7'
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Rebuild BHS Vo-Ag Mayor Suspends Pee Wee Lick Kiicanians In Annual Baseball GameA New Medical Aid



School Board Hears ProposalsFrom 'Heavy Footed' d Program OfferedTo


Wellborn ParentTeachersThe Defendant's FineMayor 9 A State's AgedDonald


Board of Public Instruction met last week and J. Marvin Phillips in L. Nelson district welfare -
considered proposals stated in a letter to the board from City Court Monday gave a "hea- director said Monday the

Mrs. L. M. Clayton, president of the Wellborn Parent- vy footed" first offender a sus- ; f& ? State Department of Public Welfare

Teachers Association. pended fine of $15 for reckless ; :* now offers a program of
Wellborn PTA members had conferred with the driving. x medical assistance for the aged
board recently concerning: school Duane Sabisco Harper who I' based on the Kerr-Mills Amendments
problems. No action was takenon commodate students with grades plead guilty to the traffic viola- to the national public as-
the proposals.In 7-12 throughout the county either tion, offered no excuse for the .sistance laws.
her statement Mrs. Clayton attending schools in Live Oakor offense and admitted having a Aa The two and a half million

made a series of requests in behalf Branford. "heavy foot" to the Mayor's que- dollar aid program is administered -
of the P-TA and ,declared Rebuild BHS Vo-Ag Building ries. Upon further questioning, through the twelve welfare
that members agreed almost The board instructed the su: the young defendant declared districts of Florida's Welfare De-
unanimously to favor and supporta perintendent to proceed to rebuild that he wore a size 9 shoe. partment. The benefits are limited
bond issue provided they were the Branford Vocational Phillips, following the testi- to hospital care for acute
assured of direct benefit to their Agriculture Building using county mony and the humor told the illness or injury and to home-
children. funds. youth he would suspend his fine nursing care following any hos-
One of these suggestions made Plans submitted by an archi- on good behavior and urged him S is rt pital care.
by the Wellborn P-TA involved tect indicate a 3,400 square foot to obey traffic laws. .a I The 1963 legislature providedone
transferring grades 7-8 to Live building with a classroom, shop George Allen Kilton who was N million dollars for this year
Oak 'where they have a better facilities and office space. The arrested for speeding and run- C %Htl ,fiscal 1963-64) which,-is matched
chance both academically} and so- architect's estimate for replacingthe ning a stop sign, plead guilty to by one and a half million dollars
cially. building is $27,500 not including the charge and received suspended j federal funds. While approvingits

In addition the group suggested surveys and commissions. $15 fine on good behavior. new operation budget cover-
that the board set county-wide Superintendent Everett Wil- Benjamin Curtis Williams, col- ing this program the State Wel-
school district lines requiring pu liamson, however, said he hopesto ored, plead guilty to reckless fare Board set the specific eligibility -
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pils ''who live in certain districtsto rebuild for approximately $20- driving and causing an accident. h requirements:
attend the school in their district 000. The old building was insuredfor The officer who investigated the The person must be at least
: $3,000. mishap testified that Williams 65. reside in Florida be a U S
The board also discussed let- The board offered an architectsix had collided with a Florida Power citizen, and not be receiving any
cent and 24-member Pee Wee team' shellacked a Pee Wee's attending the game were Michael other
ters from parents in the Well- and one-half per com- Light Company pole guy public assistance from the
born area to send their children mission of an estimated $70,000job wire and smashed a timber that fumbling band of Kiwanians on the Recreation Nobles, Anthony Sullivan, Richard Sullivan, Floyd Florida Department of Public
to Live Oak. Similar requests have on the gymnasium at the New braced the pole. Center baseball diamond 22-3 in an extraordinary Towbridge Robin Moore, David Giddens, Dennis Welfare.

been received by the board from Douglass Recreation Project. The Williams was driving a 1958 exhibition of skill, endurance and fair and imparBrinkley, Wayne Corbin, Stephen Fann, Phil Klau- Mrs. Inez Barker is the new
parents in Clayland. No action architect asked for seven per Ford with two children in the car tial umpiring by County Judge Reece"Brown. man Tommy Long. Danny Nelson, Wiley Gran- program social worker and will
has been taken regarding these cent; no official agreement has when the accident occurred on It appeared to be great sport for the youngstham, John Chambliss Duffy Cason Stanley Bunters work out of the District Welfare

two schools though the board been reached. West Duval Street the policemansaid. who fairly enjoyed the sham baseball game nett, Tony Hacker Jeffery Cameron. Chris Dunn office in Live Oak serving the

has authorized the transfer of The superintendent recom- ; He had liability insurance. as much as the hot dogs.and soft drinks served by .Lex Lanier Tony Wilson Terry Mills, Michael nine counties in District Three
to the board that it equip Williams told the Further
grades.7-8 at mended Mayor that information regardin
to be
McAlpin shift-
the club earlier. Gieger, and Terry Mixon.
ed to. Live Oak and Branford. the old armory, Suwannee High his vehicle suddenly pulled sharp the program can be obtained
Other suggestions in Mrs. Clay- School, and Branford High ly to the right crashing into the Branford; Charles Ray Trail of from the local welfare office
ton's statment include periodic School with a new fire alarm guy wire and timber before he June Marriage Licenses Issued I' Bell and Barbara Ann Moseley of serving your county.

reassignment of teachers from system that triggers automatically could stop it. There were no wit- '" I McAlpin. '1'!
school to school, conveying new when exposed to heat. The superintendent nesses to the mishap and police The following couples were live Oak; Joseph G. Sermons Ernest Lloyd Spooner of Jack- FOR THE FRESHEST
ideas to students and placing instruction estimated the cost said there was no evidence to indicate issued marriage licenses by the of Winter Haven and Imogene sonville and Zell (Adkins) Koonof SEAFOODS
on a less personal basis.In I at $7-$8,000. The board recently that the wreck happened County Judge of Suwannee Ivey of Live Oak. O'Brien; Willie Albert Sikesof i Mack's Fish MarketPine
addition, the P-TA suggested heard a report on the fire safety differently from the defendant's County during June. These applications Braxton Linton and Barbara O'Brien and Rebecca Lorice I Ave.

that extensive renovation on system; it would cost $30,000 to explanation. are filed in the Jean Bell, both of Live Oak: Suggs of Branford; and Philip HOT PICKLED PEPPERS
the old schools in Live Oak or a equip all of the schools in the The Mayor found Williams guilty Judge's Office and are of pub- Gerald Daniel Collins of Jackson- Morgan Odom of Starke and Phone 362-1650
complete new school plant cen- county with the system. of causing an accident, but lic record and printed here as ville and Linda Gae Odom of Martha Jean Allen of Live Oak. Juwuuuwl_ J. ..
trally located was needed to ac- The superintendent noted that dropper charges of reckless driving a public service. --
the schools have a present short- and imposed no fine. Samuel Brown and Maggie De-
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM age of 10 teachers. He said how- Homer Deese, arrested for his lois Williams both of Live Oak;
HOW TO KILL IT. ever, that he anticipated filling second offense of driving while Frederick William Tyson of Haw-

IN 3 DAYS, the vacancies with adequate per- intoxicated and having no drivers' thorne and Henrietta (Hatcher) 1 e 1 n OPPp
It ing not T-4-L pleased, your with 48c strong back,at instant-dry any drug sonnel before the fall school license, failed to appear in Carlson of Live Oak; John Ed- PTUvirr
term.
store. Watch infected skin slough off. Court forfeiting $150 bond. The ward Shuler and Estelle Burke,
Watch healthy skin replace it. Itch and The county can offer new Mayor fined Deese $100 recentlyfor both of Live Oak. -
burning; are gone. TODAY at LIVE OAK
DRUG 00.: KAYO'S DRUG in Jasper teachers a maximum starting sal- the same charge. Matthew Ardus and Helen Hunt A MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALEFOR
and WISE'S DRUG in Jasper. ary of $3,950. Carling Thompkins also arrested Chandler both of Dowling Park. LITTLE ADS

for DWI and driving withouta Roger Lee Weinhold and Bar- VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -
license, failed to appear in bara Ann Ross both of Live BIG RESULTSBUYSELLEXCHANGE Machine, machineless, and cold guaranteed not to leak.
Court and forfeited a $150 cash Oak; Ira Franklin Home of Live wave permanents given. Ope- Ottis Brown Motors. cdjj tf
bond and $2 jail costs. Oak and Claydell Hooter of Jack- rators Annie H. Mills Myr-
Other cases appearing on the sonville; Charles A. Brim of Ta- will tice Croft, and Frances John- FOR SALE-New and used plan.
Whatever the yon
Court Docket included James vares and Jessie Annie (Watson) find Democrat purpose classifieds do son. Phone 362-1831. cajj tf os. Frjer Music Co., North Oleic
Gorins, arrested for DWI and Brim ,of Live Oak; Michael the job. quickly and well. Ave., Live Oak, 362.21888call
having an accident, and Samuel Ironed Campbell of Jacksonvilleand Septic tank and drain field tf
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Brown improper driver's license. Edith Ann Castleberry of - cleaning. Suwannee Madison: ,
Phone 362-3111 Both of these cases which were Live Oak. I DEADLINE FOR INSERTION and Hamilton Counties. Call J. WHILE THEY LAST
Adults 50c Children 20c continued from last week were i Archie D. Robinson and Bern- W. Darby Jasper after 6 pjn
Tax! Included continued again to Monday, July etta J. Cunningham of Lake I 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays cabj tf 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49
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NEW SUMMER OPERATIONBOX 15. i City; Marvin Jones and Dorothy LOW RATE FOR RESULTS LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
OFFICE OPENS 1:45 Dewey Worth Farrior forfeiteda I Jean. Warner, both of Live Oak. Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c.
MOVIE STARTS 2:00 $50 cash bond and $2 costs James Eugene Hudson and z/ cents per word with a Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98
Sunday: Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night when he failed to appear in Janet Ann (Singletary) Jenkins, minimum 4f 75*.
Court. Farrior was charged with both of Live Oak; Burton Henry (All classifieds must be paidin 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6.98
THRU SUMMER HOLIDAYS reckless driving and causing advance. FARMERS: It takes money to
an Gilligan of Gainesville and Pa-
8 ft. Duro Stepladder $7.98
make money. See your coopera-
accident. tricia Kelly Morden of Alachua; ONE WEEK FREE tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 11-12 Police said that he sideswiped Albert Edward Smith of Bran- Terms up to 7 years. See THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO
from the rear, a vehicle driven ford and Ramona Faye Jacksonof Classifieds ordered for four North Florida Production Credit 423 N.W. Howard St.
by J M. Hearn former coun- Live Oak. weeks, run the last week free. Association, S. Ohio Ave., Tel. 362-3075
JOHN WAYNE ty judge. The mishap occurred on Clyde Hankerson Jr. and Gloria $2.25 will pay for a 30 word 362-2588, Live Oak. Florida cbej tf
advertisement for four weeks.
In Home Street between U. S. 90 Reed, both of 'Live Oak; William Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds cabe tf
and 5th Street. No one was In- Franklyn Lynch and Mary Aud- for Proven Results. FOR SALE Cypress tobacco

jured. rey Russell, both of O'Brien; sticks at mill, one mile southof
HATARI Other cases were Jim Roe, Wilbur Lewis Philpot of McAlpinand MONUMENTSWe Madison on Stete Road 14
traveling the wrong way on a one Bernie Lee Williams of Live For Sale-Real Estate Phone 973-6334 after 7 pm
way street forfeited $5; Paul Oak; James Malcom Brown and have a complete line of GIRLIE RAGANS, Madison

Also England, improper parking for- Mary Louise Robinson both of FOR SALE -Two bedroom block monuments built to your speci- Fla. cfjj 6-11

CARTOON NEWS feited $5; George Mandrell house in Pinewood SubDivision fications and erected on your
drunkenness forfeited $15 and FOR SALE 1955 Globe Master
and
Low monthly payments cemetery plot.
$2 costs; and Willie B. Ware,I Library Director To Contact Joe Brin- house trailer, two bedroom, full
small and
equity. Call or come by see our
'SATURDAY JULY 11 drunkenness forfeited $15 and U bath. Will sell or trade. M. M.
Attend ConventionMiss son. nc display at 416 E. Howard Street.
$2 costs. Sistrunk Route 1, Lee, Florida

Elizabeth Ball, director of FOR SALE Three bedroom Phone 971-5520. pdJJ 8-12
DOUBLE
FEATUREYUL
Suwannee River brick home, tile bath carport, JAMES B. DANIELS
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Regional Library' FOR SALE Registered AKC
BRENNERIn attend the natural gas heating hot water
will. American Library
Dachshund puppies. Carol Can
FUNERAL HOMEcbej
Association Convention heater. Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. '
at Chicago
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non.'Phone 362-1901. 9
pajj
USE from July 14-19. ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- tf i
Sim Townsend of Bell and Mrs. 2505. PdeJ 2-9 iI FOR SALE One Shetland
I
l THE MAGNIFICENT SEVENOUTLAW McCollister of Trenton trusteesof I FOR SALE Two bedroom pony (mare). Gentle with chil

FUCO the library will attend a special house and lot $1500 cash. One (Office Supplies! at McCrimon's) dren. Call 935-2883, Branford,

"" meeting for trustees from July 12 bedroom house and lot $1100 Fla. pajj 9
Feature No. %- BrandInsecticide thru July 15. cash. Thomas Discount Com-

All libraries that have won the pany, phone 353-3055;Jackson- FOR RENT 0 Motor Rewinding
: .' Dorothy Canfield Fisher award ville, Florida. pbbe 6-9
GIRL will have special recognition at a FOR RENT Unfurnished two
dinner on Thursday July 18. FOR SALE Three bedroom bedroom house also one small Repairs and Rewinding
FOR Since the Suwannee River Regional frame house, air conditioned, house. Phone 362-2565. Any Kind Electric Motor

Also BEST RESULTS Library won this coveted carport, utility room, tile bath, pbbe 6-9 Also. Sales and Service
t award in 1960 Miss Ball will rep- shower and tub, 2 large comer CALL
(. :. SEA HOUND NO. 15 CARTOON lots 2 old. Engleside Sub- HeCuHen Electric Motor Repair
resent the local library. years FOR RENT Good two bedroom
division. Call 362-3079. cajj tf house edge city limits. Call Telephone Day 362-3278
\ SUNDAY-MONDAY., JULY 14-15 362-1681. cajj tf --Night 362-a2
r FOR SALE Lot, 40 ft. front
217 E. Howard 8t
1 A Thought For Today ;: ,by 137 ft. deep, between A & W FOR RENT one 2-room apart- Hunter Bros. Building

WALT DISNEY'S By BRODY a HARRIS Root Beer stand and office ment and one 4-room apart- cabe tf

building formerly occupied by ment, with private baths, window -
tea. Dr. Daniel. Write B. :E. Daniel fans and plenty parking
"After the verb to love to help is the most 0 LOST AND FOUNDLOST
IN SEARCH OF THE MD
Claxton Ga. cabJ 9 213 N. Walker Ave.
) :}; beautiful verb in the world. space.
F Phone 362-1074. cajj tf
i Black and white Walker
., When one loves the very breath of life it fol. For SaleAutomotiveFOR -
CASTAWAYSTUESDAYWEDNESDAY. lows that be is one who loves to help others. FOR RENT Three bedroom hound puppy two monthsold
1i Whether the help is spiritual or financial in nature place with large living room. in Sherwood Forest. Re-
i 1' is not important. When one gives from the heart SALE My 1960 white Has finished wood floors, nice ward. Can Robert Htagson.
-: .. .J" ( : < the glow of happiness that comes from within is panel delivery truck low mileage location. Call 362-2935 or 963- 362.1022 or 362-2299. cajj 9
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-:. Also .3 food for one's soul. almost new tires. Has had 2743. cajj tf
CARTOON NEWS A life of love Is a life of graciousness and understanding extra good care $900 cash.
S help. to those less fortunate than our- Julian E. Cross. cajj 9 FOR RENT Furnished 3-room HELP WANTEDShort
selves. apartment. Apply at Houck's

'- JULY 1C-17 kitchen 2 blocks west hospitalon order cook and other kitchen -
-. WORK WANTED old US 90. pbJJ 9-10 help. Apply Gold Leaf Restaurant -
I FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor Ohio and Howard.
AUDIE MURPHY LAWNS MOWED Call Hal FOR RENT Furnished bed- Phone 3622214. cajj tf
"ID Suwannee County Residents Bruce 362-2487. cdjj j '110n room, comfortable and convenient -
to bath. In desirable loca-
L tion. 302 N Shelby Ave. Phone HELP WANTEDMeat

SHOWDOWN 'SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME DRIVERS LICENSES 362-2812. caJJ 9 Cutters or Grocery
Men Age 20-40 that like
ARE RENEWABLE
BRODY C. HARRIS THE MONTH OF YOUR FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom 3-room apartment to work catsG&HFOOD
and one apartment
Also
STORE
.. ,. I BIRTHDAY
Licensed> Fimeral Director. Moderately furnished
CARTOON i REECE BROWN LAKE. CITY.. FLORIDA
NEWS located. .,
.. .625 S. Obi Ave. Pkone 362-1746 conveniently .Phone CfJj 0-12
COUNTY JUDGE: .
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I June County ;Gourt Docket > Junior Club To Woman's Sponsor .'. :


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The following cases were eph Allen, worthless check --$15 passing, $35 bond est.; William worthless check $25 costs and Children's PlayOn .':: l' ':. "
heard in County Court or ad- and rest. M. Block speeding, $35 bond I I rest.; Ollie Mae Anderson care- '. ..
ministered through the County Dennis Lee Center speeding est. Oliver Carl Neal m. speeding less display of weapon, case dismissed Saturday July 20, 1963. the COMPANY
Judge's Office during June. $35 bond est.; Johnnie Carlis $35 bond est.; Sam Shelby ; Richard P. Saunders, Live Oak Junior Woman's Club
N UVB OAKS' .
They are public record and are Bennet improper passing, $15 or Newman Jr., speeding $35 bond speeding $35 bond est.; James will give the youngsters of LiveOak MNI T DEPARTMENT STORE

printed here as a public ser 5 days; William Cairns Airth Jr., est.; Marvin Stanford Creekmore, Thomas Warren speeding. $35 an opportunity to see a pro-
vice. improper passing $15 costs; reckless driving $50 bond est. bond est.; James Jerkins drunk- fessional stage play written and
Lowell H. Deneson. worthless Claude F. Johns Jr.. fishing with- Daniel J. Stainer, driving without enness, $25 or 7 days; Marvin produced especially for them. '"
check $25 court costs and restitution out license, $35 bond est.; J. Leon license, $7.50 costs; James Reid Leslie Huggins, DWI. $100 or 90 The club agreed to act as :
; R. L. Griffin worthless Schwartz speeding $35 bond est.; Meeks, improper passing $15 or days and license revoked for 90 general agent for The Merry INTRODUCES r : ,
check, $25 costs and $35 restitu- William Henry LaRabee alias 5 days; Glenn Lanier Blanchard. days; "L Brent Hall speeding Minstrels, a group of seven actors
tion or 30 days: Leroy Philpot, William Henry LaRabee Smith, improper passing $15 bond est.; $35 bond est.: Wesley Mitchell, and technicians from community
worthless check $25 costs and speeding, $35 bond est.; Thomas Leroy McCIendon improper parking driving without license $35 or 10 theatres and drama schools thru- A NEW AND EASIER -
restitution; Buddy Day, breach of George Capler speeding $35 $15 or 5 days William C. days; Dewey Banks Hudson out the nation. This company is
t the peace; Vasco Clance Eagle bond est.; Peter Sylvester speed- Wynn, fishing without license, speeding, $35 bond est.; WillardA. touring; children's shows thruout
driving without license, $15 costs ing, $35 bond est.; C. Maud Bir- $15 costs; Alfred P. Little fishing Thompson speeding, $35 bond Central and North Central Flor ,
and ordered to purchase license; ley Gray speeding, $25 or 10 without license case dismissed est.; Ponce DeLeon McMullen ida.The WAY TO SHOP
Kenneth Deas driving without days; Steve Long Jr., driving ; Willie Lee Johnson fail- using illegal method to catch group will perform "The
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license ordered to purchase license wthout license $7.50 costs; Leo ure to have vehicle under control fresh water fish; Gorene Mathis Town Mouse and the Country
2 and surrender it to judge Washington, speeding, $35 bond causing accident, $35 bond Taylor, improper passing causing Mouse", a play adapted from the
'for two weeks.R. est.;, Joan Roxann Rogers, speeding accident, $15 costs; Hugh Geiger famous: fable by Aesop, at the
est.Gilbert
M. Daniels, worthless check Bryant petit larcency, $30 or "10 days; Asberry drunkenness $25 or 5 days; Junior High School Auditorium at
$25 and restitution; Mary Beth $25 or 10 days; Coleman Hall, Hobley, reckless driving, $50 George Thompkins Jr.. simple 10 ajtn.
Hines worthless check $17.70 and selling intoxicating liquor 'in bond est.; John Henry Simmons, assault,case dismissed. Although the play is written REVOLVING
restitution; Eddie James Wil- county where prohibited, $100 speeding. $35 bond est. Sheila Annette Sabine speed- primarily for the entertainmentof
liams, following too close, $35 bond est.; Robert Lee Davis, no James Danforth Welch speed- ing, $15 fine; Dewitt Grady Pow- youngsters between the ages of
i bond est.; Buster Allen, obtain- tag, $20 or 5 days; Sammy Mar- ing, $25 or 5 days; Thomas Fields, ers, speeding case dismissed; 4 and 12, .it will also appeal to
ing groceries with intent to defraud tin Stephens, speeding, $25 or 5 speeding, $35 bond est.; James Myrtie Allen Morgan, speeding, children of all ages. Playing timeis
$25 and rest.; Willie Frank days; Bonnie Ethel Sanchez, fail- Ralph Wolfe, speeding, $35 bond case dismissed; : Howard Milton fifty minutes with no intermis-
Glen, obtaining groceries with intent ure to yield right-of-way, $15 est.; Gloria A. Alexander speed- peppers' Sr., improper turn, $15 sion.Tickets CREDIT ACCOUNT
to defraud $25 and rest.; costs; Rita L. Brown, worthless ing $35 bond est.; Dorothy Ma- costs; Marvin M. Sandlin. worth- for the local performance -
Thomas Glen Knox. speeding check, $25 costs and rest.; Sam- rie Hall Cobb improper passing, less check $15 costs and rest.; can be purchased at the
$2450 bond est.; Samuel D. Rye mie Gore, worthless check, $25 $35 bond est.: David McGee, fail Dawson J... Brown, d/b/a B & B Recreation Center City Pool,
Sr.. worthless check. $25 and and rest.; Kenneth E. Griffin No. ure to yield right-of-way $3$ Produce Dist. No.1. worthless from any member of the Junior
rest.; Joe Curtis Pearson fishing 1. worthless check $7.50 and bond est.; Jack Wilhoit, d/b/a I I check $12.50 costs and rest.; Woman's Club, or at the door OFFERS YOU CONTINUOUS CREDIT
without license $35 bond est.; rest.; Ke. E. Kriffin No. 2, worth- Rotary Tool and Supply 'Co. prior to the performance.

James A. Johnson, worthless less check $7.50 and rest.; K. E. Admission is fifty cents for SIMPLIFIES ALL YOUR SHOPPING
check, $25 and rest.; Vernon Asil Griffin No.3. worthless check children and seventy-five cents
Norton improper passing, $15 or $7.50 and rest.; K. E. Griffin No. Sikes Serves 22l/2 Years for adults.
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5 days; George A. Hall improper 4, worthless check, $7.50 and Mrs. Bill Burch president of MAKES HOUSEHOLD BUDGETING EASY

passing $35 bond est.; Mildred rest.; L. J. Griner fishing with- Florida Congressman Establishes the; Junior Club, said that bene-
Cone Moore. DWI fined $150 and out license. $35 bond est. fits received from this play will AVAILABLE TO PRESENT CHARGE
license revoked for 90 days; Jos- Gerald Kirk Skinner, improper go to the Live Oak Recreation ACCOUNT CUSTOMERS
New Service Record In CongressFlorida Building Fund.Congresses.
.

Congressman Bob Sikes has established a Passes .
County Agent's Column new record for length of service by a Floridian serving in

.t the United States House of Representatives. HERE'S IT WORKSWhen
HOW
DOWN TO EARTH __ The previous record for the state was set in 1917 when Tobacco Lease

the late Stephen M. Sparkman of Tampa retired from the

i BY PAUL CREWS House after 11 terms and 22 Transfer Measure opening the account, you state the

years of service. This record stood amount of monthly payment you wish to
for 45 years, until the current Senator Spessard Holland's bill
While it is not official yet, in bacco from rotting on the stick, cession when Sikes began his dealing with the transfer by leaseof ,make. This will entitle you to a total creditof
all probability the flue-cured tobacco especially when there is a lot of twelfth term, having now served tobacco acreage allotments six times that
markets will July 25. moisture in the leaves. The amount.
open pur- more than 22 years in in the Con- from one farm to another within
We are expecting word anytimeon pose of the open ventilation is to gress. the same county was cleared for
the official opening date from get the moist-damp air out of
Elected to Congress in 1940 at presidential action today when Each month you will receive a statementof
the Commissioner of Agriculture the barn as quickly as possible.
the age of 33, when Florida had the legislation was approved by
Doyle Conner. This higher coloring temperature only five Congressional seats, he the House of Representatives.If your account, showing charges, pay
Regardless of the opening date, also helps eliminate the
has seen the number of House enacted into law as antici- ments and the balance outstanding. By
we feel that it Is very importantthat spread of the angular leaf spot
the
pated, Holland
seats for the state climb to 12 bill will authorize -
our people be encouraged to problem that we are having in today. He became Dean of the the extension for two additional comparing the balance of each statement
harvest only ripe and mature to- our tobacco this year.
Florida Delegation in 1951. i years the 1964 and with the 'account limit set when the
you
bacco. There will be no demandfor Forcing Air Through Tobacco 1965
green, pale, slick tobacco on Several farmers have mentioned Only 29 of the 435 members of crop yearsof such trans- account was opened, you then know just .
the Florida markets. If ,the tobacco putting big fans' in the win- the House of Representatives fers.Senator Holland "
have longer terms of service than introduced his how much you are "open to buy.
r markets do open on July dows of their tobacco barn. This bill (S. 581) in the Senate on
25, all of our Suwannee County fan pulls the damp air out of the Sikes. Jan. 29 and a
companion bill
was
farmers can sell their tobacco on barn forcing the air up throughthe Florida has had 53 men to dropped into the House
hopper by
:' the Live Oak market whether tobacco. This seems to be im- serve in the House of Represen-in Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat-
they get to sell it on the regular proving the quality of their to- tatives since becoming a state thews. The bill passed the
Sen-
bacco. This might also be factor 1845 with only Rep. Sparkman the Florida Press Association in
sale or a "clean-up" sale some- a at on June 25 and today Con- 30-DAY CHARGE CUSTOMERSMay
time during September. to consider in whether or not having served as long as 11 terms, 1937.His gressman Matthews -
Never before has it been as im- to buy a bulk-curing unit. although two others served 10 entrance into elective office Holland bill for his substitutedthe
and
-, Controlled and terms and another nine. came in 1936 when he was electedto own, Credit
portant for our people to be very temperatures the measure was approved in the change to a Revolving Agree
From 1845 to 1875 the state had Florida House of Repre-
particular about harvesting only humidity plus forcing air throughthe the House.
the ripe and mature tobacco. tobacco must help in many only one Representative, gettingthe sentatives from Okaloosa County The identical bills ment and use the account as you choose.
of second seat in 1875 and a and was re-elected to a second were intro- You the in full the
When harvesting wet tobacco our people curing with bulk duced by Holland and Matthewsfor may pay account by
I units. third in 1907. In 1914, the dele- term, serving in the 1937 and 1939
following a heavy rain it is the benefit
of farmers in J 10th of the month usual
in following
Insect gation increased to four and sessions. as or
Damage
i recommended that you leave the those areas where tobacco
tobacco Many of 1933 to five. A sixth member was When Congressman Millard acreage make in line with
hanging over-night before our people are havinga allotments have become so small monthly payments
added in 1943 and two, additional Caldwell announced that he
starting to color. diffcult time controlling the insects that producers holding such allotments
'Many people have found it to that attack our tobacco. seats added in 1953. January would not seek re-election, Sikes frequently neglect your balance.
their advantage to start the coloring The one at the present time thatis 1963 saw the state add four new sought the seat in a district which plant. This legislation would to
seats for a total of 12. stretched from Escambia to Jefferson authorize -
at 100 to 105 degrees rather probably doing the most dam- holders of such small allotments -
than the normal 90 to 95 degrees. age is the split worm. Sikes represents Florida's First Counties and was elected.He to transfer to
i. Opening all the vents and the This insect penetrates between Congressional District comprising has been re-elected in the producers in the other tobacco SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT
windows have prevented the to- the layers of tissue of the leaf eight Northwest Florida counties eleven elctions since that time. county if they choose to do same
1 eating out the inner parts of the -Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa In the Congress, he served for so. Monthly
''I 11.. leaf making it almost impossibleto Walton- Holmes, Washington two years on the Foreign Affairs I Balance Payment
FOR YOUR kill. Bay, and Gulf formerly hav- Committee and then six on the Florida Barge Canal constructed.
The only insecticide that has ing represented 16 until the re- Armed Services Committee before I Sikes serves as a Major General $ 1060 $10
TREE TRIMMING & been satisfactorily used on this districting which went into effect gaining a seat on the powerful in the Army Reserves, having 6190 15
i TREE REMOVAL insect is Thiodan. This materialcan this year placed eight of Appropriations Committee thru been a member of the Reservesfor 91-120 20
TRENCHING OR be bought either as a dustor them in a newly created district. which all bills that require .appropriations 31 years. 121-140 25
DITCHINGCALL spray. Local supply dealers His home is in Crestview. must pass* It is In 1956 and 1960, he was selected -
have this material.We Born in Isabella. Ga., in 1906. doubly important since under the by the Florida delegationto 141-160..-. 30
highly recommend that our Sikes was reared on a farm near Constitution, tax and appropria- the Democratic National Con- 161-180 3t
FloodConstruction people pay particular attention to Sylvester, Ga. His father passed tions' bills must originate in the vention to serve as their chair- 181-200' 40
the damage that is being done away when he was 10, leaving House. Over 200 % of Bal.
Co. by this insect. Thiodan spray or he and his mother to make a liv- Perhaps his major field of interest man.He is a member of the Kiwanis
dust will give good control. ing on the family farm. The Con- has been the military preparedness Club, having served as Lieutenant
t 362-2101 gives great credit to! this nation and in Florida District
of the
-barn bsw thCao-A robably .hrep gressman Governor of ;
There will be a small service charge added each
nBD his mother as an inspiration with this field he has written a large a 32nd degree Mason. KRCC
l her hard work and determinationthat ..1 number of bills to improve the KCCH, Knight Templar Shriner, month of 15c for each $10.00, figured on the
.fitt he should have an educa- defense posture of the United Grotto Knights of Pythias amount of balance outstanding. For example,

tion.He States. A host of major forestry Moose Elks, VFW American Legion if your monthly balance is $30, your service
LOSTBLACK attended the University of bills have been authored by Sikes 40 & 8, Military Order charge will be 45c.
Georgia where he received a along with national recreationalbills. World War Reserve Officers Association -
Bachelor of Science Degree in Many social security meas- Alpha Gamma Rho
WHITE AND TAN WALKER HOUND Agriculture in 1927 and ,then ures were authored by Sikes. Florida Blue Key and has been
A West' of McAlpin Near Chambers Farm went to the University of Floridaon Waterways have been another the recipient of many state and We will be happy to explain how a .

i Tattooed In Right Ear J.D.S. a fellowship where he earned prime interest the Congressman national awards. He is a mem-
his Masters Degree in 1929. believing that where waterwaysare ber of the Methodist Church. GIBBS CO. REVOLVING CREDIT ACCOUNT
REWARD WILL BE PAID
RETURN
FOR
In 1932 Sikes left the Univer- improved industry and trade Mrs. Sikes is the former Miss

Phone 935-2581 sity where he had been workingto are stimulated and these improve- Inez Tyner of Laurel Hill. He has can best serve you.
go to Okaloosa County where ments thus pay for themselves two children, Mrs. Bobbye S.
he had purchased the Valpariso commercially. For the past four Wicke of Tampa and Robert K.
JAMES SEVERANCE Star a weekly newspaper to begin years he has served as vice Sikes of Orlando.

a new career. Later he pur- president of the National Rivers Other members of the House You can 'complete an application, during
chased the Okaloosa News-Journ- and Harbors Congress. from Florida and the years they

al and Okaloosa Messenger at Sikes noted this week that the entered' the Congress is as follows this very first visit.PHONE. .
Crestview consolidating the pap- Florida delegation consistently : Charles E. Bennett and A.
ers into the Okaloosa News- works together for projects that Sydney Herlong Jr. 1948; JamesA.
INVITATIONS Journal by 1940. I I will benefit Florida and that he Haley and D. R. Billy) :Matthews -
His newspaper was noted for has been proud to play a part in 1952; Dante Fascell and
its hard hitting progressive poli these programs. He is particularly William C. Cramer 1954;. Paul 3622235J
C' Wedding-Reception -Tea cies. Sikes served as president of: interested in seeing the Cross Rogers, 1955; and Claude Pepper f
Don Fuqua Edward J. Gurney
F ENGRAVED OR HEUOGRAVED and Sam Gibbons, 1963. ..

0 Noting this new record of ser- ,'... } .
NOTICE
t :, '=1l. vice by a Floridian in the House
this week House Speaker John .
II WIDE ASSORTMENTS TO McCormack said that "The peopleof
_, JAMES F. DIETRICH M.D.HAS'
his Congressional district and COMPANY
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CHOOSE FROM ; of Florida are justified in feeling
/ : AS- HIS ASSOCIATE proud of the great work performed UVB OAKS* FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE

WILTON R. KANE M.D. by Congressman Sikes. He is .
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not only an outstanding legislator .
Mc OFFICE but .a great American." \\
RIMON'S HOURS
WILL BE
OFFICE
SUPPLYLIVE
*. Where Better Thing< Cot Less
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FLORIDA'SFarm
.. FromWashington
<# Reports
OF LIVE OAK, FLORIDA "il -'.
"In The Heart Of The Suwannee River Y Uey" .

BANNER Consolidated LEADER Suwannee County
I Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 .

Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street A, ,'yyy. r.. Y .;

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

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor ?? 1923 -1938---1953 By DON FUQUAU

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor :

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager By 17l ,. S. Congressman
E. From The Files Of The
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak, Florida
ConnerIn r>
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 a CROSS-STATE BARGE CA- cess particularly in view cf

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 NAL SUPPORTED BY PRESI- the heavy workload and our lack
r spite of prospects for reduced ....,, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT President
b DENT On June 24 of accomplishment to date -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS In Advance
Payable
citrus in Florida for
crops Kennedy sent to Congress a spe- came as a great surprise, at least
the next few years, it looks like
cial budget message containing, to Southern Senators.On .
:MEMBER OF us
this is no time to slacken the I Forty Years Ago =: ---L = 1923 with other items, his recommendation next Tuesday, therefore

Press Association COIWTY 171APd+1 drive to hold our markets. At a meeting of the city council I Columbus Howard. of a $1 million appropriation Congress begins the second partof

8Florida, 'BER Spokesmen for the industry held Monday night, the matter of Primer. C. J. Robinson Charles to begin construction of the this session which must deal
have been pointing out there is
COUNTY y paving certain streets was broughtup Goff, Nora Green, Fred Robinson, Cross-State Barge Canal. with the President's civil rights
COMMER an urgent need for maintainingin and discussed and same was Paul Jones. This item was submitted as an program many tax measures all
Chamber of Commerce
im tw the public mind a strong image referred 'to the street committeeto amendment to the 1964 public of the annual appropriations bills

of the value of Florida cit- report on af its next regular No aftermath of Sadness fol- works budget now being studiedby except one, and numerous and

rus and its products.If meeting when they will submit a lowed Live Oak's celebration of In- the Appropriations Commit- most difficult period for the nation -

Tribute To Congressman SikesA there are any "doubting report on the amount needed and dependence Day. "Business was tees of both Houses of Congress. and, of course for all mem-

new record for number of years of service by a Thomases" who think the task attend to the preliminaries neces- suspended by a majority of the This appropriation would permitthe bers of both Houses; of Congress.

Floridian in the U. S. House of Representatives has now will be an easy one, and won'trequire sary to the calling of a bond elec- people, the weather was Ideal, and immediate start of construc- As I predicted in my last let-

been established by Congressman Bob Sikes of Florida's every ounce of effort that tion to secure the funds for this not an accident marred the plea- tion at the east end of the canal ter, the hearings on the so-called
can be put behind it, let them purpose. sure of the happy throng that where it enters the St. Johns Riv- "public facilities" portion of the
First District.

Now having served 22 / years as a member of the note leading the following food trade editorial paper:froma The HONOR ROLL of students about gathered 10 on o'clock the Courthouse In accordancewith square er The at -the Corps St.of Johns Engineers lock site.has already -i civil rights recommendations before Senator have

House, he has surpassed the record set 45-years ago by "In Florida," says the mid- enrolled in the Orange School for the plans outlined by the Ro- testified in our hearings Magnuson's already begun Commerce Committee -

Stephen M. Sparkman who retired after 11 terms and June- issue of The Produce News, the week ending July 6 is as follows tarians and the Woman's Club, that this amount is needed and and all indications are that
I of service in "there seems to be some concern, : who had the celebration In charge,
22-years the House.
can be properly used by themin this and other portions of that
It is significant that since Florida became state in not worry, Just concern, over the Eighth Grade: Milford Robinson where under the direction of Capt.
_ a fiscal 1964, which began last legislation will be long debated
inroads of other drinks taking the Essie Mae Golden, Bernice W. H. Lyle, a line of march was
1845 that 53 men have represented Florida n the U. S. Monday, July 1. and vigorously fought.It .
place of citrus in the big markets. Green. formed, the Live Oak Band lead-
House.of Representatives beginning with only Repre- I have been working activelyfor Is interesting to note that
one The Dec. 14 freeze that hit some Seventh Grade: Sylvia Robinson. ing, Company E, 154th Infantry,
sentative at that time, with the delegation growing as the 70 per cent of the crop has afforded Fifth Grade Nomle Lee Robinson, the contesting girls, Rotarians and II'II'I months with the White House the Attorney General in his testi-

state has grown, with Florida having 12 Congressmen to other beverages the opportunity Essie Mae Golden, Bernice Gree, I citizens generally, who would, and the Corps of Engineers to secure mony has stubbornly refused to

day. to slake consumers' Hazel Robinson, Louise Jones. ,joining In, the entire company this action which should define the! limit to which the

_ __ Sikes has had an enviable record of service, and it thirst while Florida oranges are Third Grade: Bertha Howard, !marching to the Alimar Theatre, give us a much-Improved chance public faculties legislation goesas -

is not merely that he has served for so many years that either absent, or present but not Leona Howard. 'where a delightfully entertainingas to start construction on the Ca- to what business is includedand
attractive. Second Grade: Viola Howard, well as educational programwas nal this year. As stated in my what exempted, if any, from
his accomplishment is significant but rather because he
"The other D. J. Goff, Frank Robinson. rendered. last newsletter Governor Bryant, the legislation.
fruit
has served well. juices real
I so First Grade: Elton Howard, Senator Smathers, several of our Meanwhile, the decision of the
Becoming Dean of the Florida Delegation in 1951 and manufactured have come on
Congressmen and I conferred more militant civil rights organi-
he has been a leader in working for projects which would whatever fast, as have chemical the fruit drinks? Twenty-Five Years Ago -- -- 1938 with the President on two un- zations has been announced to

_ benefit the entire state. His major interest perhaps has may be. Consumers mixture are not they sold Watermelon shipments from this to spread two and one-half million : budgeted items the Barge Ca- stage a tremendous Invasion of

r been military preparedness of this nation, and in this day on any health value in the frozen county in 1938 showed a decided pounds whereas in 1926 a I nal and advance planning for the Washington and perhaps the halls

and time it is doubly important that this country remain concentrate and, lacking that drop from the bumper crop of floor of 80,000 pounds appearedto Four Rivers Basin (Green of Congress. If this demonstration -

militarily strong in order to cope wth the threat of Com great prop, they feel drink last season. Shipments this sea- be an immense thing to local Swamp) flood control project is carried out in defiance of
munism.A will any son totaled 650 cars, or 198 cars people. while the Governor was here two the President's request it should
do particularly if it is
more less than the 1937 before make the of the civil
shipments. weeks ago for the hearings passage
former newspaperman and state legislator, Sikes is attractively colored and more
Workmen began the Appropriations Committees on rights legislation less likely.
Tuesday morning -
a ranking member of the powerful Appropriations Committee exotically flavored. Fresh? Well,
Efforts to organize a county building a new home for Mr. Florida public works. The Presi- ANTI-POLL TAX AMEND-
i of the House- one of the most sought after positions these other drinks out of a can band will be made at a meetingset and Mrs. Joe Sharples on Suwannee dent has promised to include the MENT RATIFIED BY 36

in the House. Here all legislation requiring appropriations or bottle are just as 'fresh' as for the courtroom in the Court- Street. Walter Brorsen Is the Four Rivers project In the next STATES New Hampshire and

must be reviewed. frozen tainer. goo out of a metal con- house Monday night at eight contractor. budget. Kentucky have become the 35th

Florida now has the largest delegation to the Houseof o'clock, Forrest Bradbury stated UNEXPECTED RECESS PRE- and 36th states, respectively to
Representatives in its history. And it is a good district. the"It is a sad fact that many of Tuesday morning.At Over 300 tobacco growers of this I LUDE TO CIVIL RIGHTS BAT- ratify my Constitutional amend-

Our own Congressman, Don Fuqua, is making an out out of,oranges Florida now leave shipped fresh its meeting Monday night, county attended the eight tobacco TLE Effective June 28, both ment banning the poll tax as a
_ much to be the Junior Chamber of Commerce
standing record and he has noted on a number of occasions desired. grading demonstrations put on Houses of Congress became inactive requirement for voting in federal
Housewives find them agreed to the band
sponsor and here by J. A. Harmon,
_ ( represen- until July 9 except for token elections. If similar action Is taken -
_ the contributions which Sikes has made in working for
dry and very unreliable; it is a voted to assist in the purchase of tative of the tobacco section of the
sessions in which no business is by two more states this will
projects which benefit not only his district,, but the entire morning's ,work to squeeze a the required music. United States Department of Ag-
to be transacted. The decision to j I become the 24th amendment to
glassful of fresh juice. Four oran- riculture. The meetings were heldin
state.It take this long and unusual re- the federal Constitution.
seems to us that a well deserved tribute is due to ges yesterday morning made one- Florida's oldest tobacco market, different sections of the coun-

Bob Sikes for his leadership, ability and contributions to small glassful of only fair tasting located in this city, will begin its ty In order to give each grower an .

the State of Florida and we are pleased to be able to add juice and the cost was 17c. 12th year of sales Thursday July opportunity to attend one near A LOOK AT THE
"These facts are put down 28. It was in the summer of 1926 his home. ,
s our own congratulations and appreciation to him f<'j>r his in sorrow than anger. It all means more that sales began in the warehousenow Businessmen of Live Oak will

_ ,work.,,.. .- that, when Florida can again pro- operated by Nat Smith, the join in visiting all in Florida .'LEGISLATURE1963By
first to erected in the state. 5
r duce fine fruit, she- will have a growing bright leaf tobacco Tues-
tremendous job of rebuilding her Great changes have occurred in day, July 19. The group will leave TOM ADAMS Secretary of State
,, Youth Swells Unemployment Figures fruit's place in the market and the 12-year period. The market from the Courtrouse at 8 o'clock

a One of the few areas of agreement resulting from the in the home. We think it can be has grown from one floor in 1926, on what is expected to be a full Governmental reorganization sion by the enactment of the just
'
to six large houses for the 1938 day tour of
vast amount of studies and counter-studies on the condi- done by rebuilding not on the- sales. Floor is now sufficient neighboring counties. keynoted the 1963 legislative- valuation law and the creationof

tion of the nation's employment is that youth is contribu- basis of better canning and freez- I space ,sion with the enactment of more the Revenue Commission

ting. heavily to the ranks of the unemployed. ing, but on the basis that nothing Ten Years Ago -- 1953won significant reforms than any other The just value law constitutesa

The reasons for this are numerous, but a lack of skill tastes as good or is as good for Joe Jacobs, Live Oak attorney, the session in recent years. Mov- big step toward true equity in
you as FRESH fruit area scout swimming meet
law
and training is foremost. direct from ing toward efficiency, economy property taxation. The new
was appointed county prosecutorby held at the
the swimming pool here
contribute to their unemployment by grove. and the needs of a modern and will make possible a more realis-
Teenagers own the Board of County Commis- last week by a score of 420 points,
Florida the Legislature tic of assessment by
growing program
dropping out of school before graduation.. We can see a sioners at its Monday meeting Millage Howard, troop leader, reported -
Incidentally, I note that syn- made important advancements in establishing specific criteria to be
in Jacobs will assume the post occupied -
lot of evidence of these drop outs right here our own yesterday.Live .
thetic soft drinks are under attack for the past six months by the fields of higher education, used in ad valorem assessments
wide given the demand for
1 county. Despite publicity in South Africa. A legislator Paul Stewart, city attorney. conservation, and safeguards In it gives our tax assessors the bad.
Oak
40 finally defeated
trained workers it has been estimated that neigh-
highly per
there stated the drinks were bond financing to name a few. ly needed tools required to achieve
cent of the in schools the country will boring Branford 14-6 in the Su
young people across invading that market to the River The constitutional amendment fairness In taxation through a
Live Oak merchants and tobacco wannee League baseball
J never graduate. detriment of the country's health warehousemen plan to awardsix game played at Branford last establishing the Board of Regentsto formula of millage control. It will

Today, a high school education is essential. A youngman and to the- economic disadvant- pure-bred Hereford Bulls to Sunday. Branford has been win- administer' the state university enable a broadening of the tax

cannot hope to advance and compete for better jobs age of the fruit farmer. growers selling their tobacco on ning most of its games lately. system is one of the most impor- base without increasing individual

without a high school diploma. And the point where a He suggested a tax on all syn- the local market in tobacco cele- tant advancements to higher edu- taxes.

college or vocational training school degree will be deemed thetic drinks which did not con- bration ceremonies here Aug. 13. Jack White Jr. was installed cation In Florida since the Buck- The merits of the Revenue Com

essential is rapidly approaching. tain a proportion of natural fruit Red Foley's nationally known hillbilly commander of the American Legion man Act of 1905. This measure, mission Act were discussed at

1 Consequently, it is not surprising that the unemployment juices. band is scheduled to per- Suwannee Post 107 in cere- subject to approval of the people length in last month's newsletter. -
form for the event. monies at the Legion Home Fri- in a referendum next year, However. I would like to inject -
rate for teenagers has soared to 18 cent the
per Something new is on the way day. Mrs. J. M. Hearn was installed should do much to remove undue a few more comments about
highest level since the Labor Department began keeping for Florida, watermelon indus- Sgt. Alexander Phil Goff Jr., president of the Ladies political Influence from the day- this new agency because of the
.
statistics on teenage employment in 1949.. And the long- try.According US Marine Corps, the son of Mr. Auxiliary. to-day operation of our state many letters written to me in this

range trend for teneage unemployment particularlyamong to a recent report, a and Mrs. A. P. Goff Sr., has been universities. regard.A .

the unskilled is continually upward. I Texas machinery manufacturer is awardedJhe Silver Star,one of the Replacing the Board of Con- number of people expressed

_ Teenage unemployment, however, is more than an I making an electronic watermelon Corps highest decorations for Warning Smokers trol, the Board of Regents will concern that this new agency

economic problem. Not only are the ranks of juvenile sizing device for one of our Im- conspicuous gallantry in action in The American Heart Association have nine members each servinga might extend "bureaucracy" in

delinquents drawn largely from unemployed, but the mokalee growers. A million Korea In February. Board of Directors recently released nine-year term. The terms will state government rather than reduce -

scars of frustration will be deeply imbedded in the one pounds of melons already have Goff, who graduated from Su- a warning to all cigarette smokers. be staggered to assure greater, it. And in view of the unfortunate -

out of six youths who cannot find a job, regardless of how been handled by the .'machine in wannee High School in 1950, is 1/"was even more blunt than continuity on the Board. The trend toward bureau
hard look. one Texas area. presently stationed in the Naval recent warnings from cancer or- measure gives the administrators cracy at all levels of government.
they The electric- sorter'divides 'a Hospital in Jacksonville recuper- ganizations.It of our colleges and universitiessome it is not difficult to understand
That this is a serious situation is indicated by predic- load in the field according to ating from wounds received in the- stated, among other things, needed additional autonomy these fears.

tions that total unemployment will increase by one millionin pre-determined sizes. Its "mem- fighting.Joe that: "There is sufficient evidenceof ..in running their institutions yet In case of the Revenue Com-

- 1967, most of these unfortunates being young people ory" lines determine where the the harmful effects of cigarette I retains necessary basic control of mission,' however, buiH-in safeguards

without high school diplomas. A record 20 million persons melons _will be routed as they Sharples,manager of Sharpies smoking to warrant the American education in the hands of elec- were carefully installed to

: will enter the labor force between ,now and 1975, come off conveyor belts after be- Store here was installed presi- Heart Association and its affiliates ted officials the Cabinet, Boardof prevent needless bureaucracy

and increasing competition for available jobs will be fur ing weighed. There's an average dent of the Live Oak Rotary Club and chapters joining with the oth- Education, and the Legisla- I The legislation creating the commission

ther compounded by the rising requirements, of technical tolerance of about 4 pounds per at a Ladies Night meeting-held- at er health agencies in educational ture. I specifically provided that
_ training. melon, but loads appear uniformeven the recently renovated: T-'and S programs to discourage cigarette In the field of conservation the !all employees now engaged in the--

Only a revolutionary idea to sharply curtail school though weights may vary Supper Club Tuesday. smoking by the general public." Legislature enacted a number of I several tax collecting functions us I
from 24 to 28 poundS.The The'warning came only after statutes designed to Insure more the Office of the Comptroller and
drop-outs can prevent the predicted additions to teenage automatic sizing will Live Oak Boy Scout Troop 186 three years of delay and contin- JudIcious use of our natural re- Secretary of State would be
unemployment from becoming a reality. That key shouldbe permit ued study, study of the hints con-
retailers to sell at unit prices. sources. The most Important of transferred to the Revenue Com
earnestly sought by every educator, parent and adult tained in many research projectsand these mission. In the entire
Grading to eliminate culls is done to attention is an "in are the water use and con- our case
with the slightest concern' for the future of a society thatis came my tests. The AHA did not offer
by sight as,employees affix labels stantized" flour, product of a big trol act granting authority for Capitol Stock Division is being;
the biological
rapidly becoming more demanding. by hand. The manufacturer national milling firm. It is granu- which specific cigarette smoking process is by the creation of local water con- transferred "lode, stock and bar
thoughtto
claims the same principle can be lar in texture Is said to pour as increase the danger of heart trol districts and the multiple rel" to the commission.
used for sizing cantaloupes. and is dust-free and public purposes property act establishing While the 1963 Legislative ses-
A Fine Junior Deputies League easily as salt attack, because it is as yet un
is working on development of in liquids without lump- a constitutional basis sion will go down as one of the
disperses .
discovered.But
Building character. in youth is one. of the most impor- electronic,. transistorized equipment Ing. It is expected to get one of it Is said that after beingon for the acquisition of needed most fruitful in the field of mean

tant services that any organization or individual can con- to handle other perishable the biggest advertising pushes ever the verge of recommending lands for flood control recrea- ingful governmental reorganiZa-

tribute to our society. One of a number of organizations in crops. put behind a food product and smokers cease and desist In 1960 tion and conservation uses. than much still remains to be

this county are dedicated to this service; we would like may be on the market this it had waited to see more evidence.All Two years of research and study done.Secretary

particularly to recognizevone of them the Junior Depu- Another: new development that month (July). that has come in since that by the Joint Legislative Interim of State Honored

ties League. time, the AHA reported, has ten- Committee on Finance and Secretary of State Tom Adams

_ This organization which is now 18 months old and and'Fresh Water Fish Commission, State Prison, and a ded to confirm earlier findings Taxation during the 1959-61 bi- was named "Outstanding Florida

has 24 members was the first group of its kind to be formed number of others. In "addition, the boys recently toured that there is a relation between ennium was rewarded this ses- Democrat of 1963" by the Young
of this is the Federal heavy cigarette smoking and increased Democrats Club of Florida for
in Suwannee County. The function League Prison in Tallahassee. .
danger of heart attack. by year that moderation Is necessary "extraordinary leadership, ser
safety; its aim is character and responsibility.The This organization, we feel, teaches boys a respect for And in that period no information among cigarette smokers, if .vice and devation to the Demo-

school-age boys who comprise the League's membership the law that many adults lack. has come to light which would they are to protect and safeguardtheir cratic Party." Also, the Allen

are charged with the responsibility of patroling The Suwanne. County sheriffs department deserves contradict the 1960 report and health. Better aWl, all those Morris Craeker Polities Poll again

school zones, directing traffic and assisting officers with public commendation for its sponsorship of this League, findings, it said. who can stop should stop. has singled out the Secretary of

traffic problems at special events in, the county. These particularly Sheriff Lewis whose leadership was responsible Thus added to the increased Minions have. It can be done. State as the most efficient public -

youngsters have done a fine job. The wealth of favorable for the forming of the Junior Deputies.Sheriffs danger of lung cancer is the increased The first task is to convince oneself administrator.
danger of heart attack that one can stop after hearing .
public comment that :we have heard indicates this. and law enforcement officials throughout -
;, for zm ker .While an smokers will claim to be usable to In
so many one year-tbe.
the newsprint consumed
The Junior Deputies, however, are not.merely a day state who are taking an active part in organizations of
not give cp the habit on the break the habit. An those who by newspapers fa American
time schoolboy patrol j Tfcey -meet'. .once. .fi&eh month fob this. nature deserve the thanks of the citizenry. strength of this warning, some want to break it worse than they cities and coauminHtes would

outstanding programs. Recently these programs have in Providing guidance for young boys now through suchorganizations want to smoke (which is often'not make a continuous ribbon of paper

eluded speakers from the Federal. Bureau of Investigation, is one of-the best way we know to keep our wffl.And it becomes inereisincly the case) can stop fifteen Inches wide and more

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the '
Station, Jacksonville, was '"

WOMEN setting for the military weddingof .: ":\ 4
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Shuff '
Miss Frances Arlene and '
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Lt. (jg) Harvey William Rykert. > '::,: >
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Chaplain H. E. Waters performed ., ,:
S. WADSWORTH.. Society Editor ...: ', '.
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the
double-ring ceremony. :
Parents of the bride are Mrs. .
Ramona" Faye Jackson Weds Albert SmithIn John Winfred Shuff of Jackson- \ 'ia 1\-
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h ville and the late CommanderJohn 1t'.l"
Double Ring Ceremony In June
Winfred Shuff Jr. The .: .';.
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s In a double ring candlelight ceremony Miss Ramona bridegroom is the son of Mr. and .. ,>:' -: J I

Faye Jackson and A/2 Albert Smith exchanged nuptial Mrs. Edgar Harlow Rykert of "

vows, in the Clayland Baptist Church at four o'clock in Howard City, Mich ... '. ;.,1"
the afternoon, June sixteenth, with the.. Rev. Cecil Poiti- Mrs. H. E. Waters served as a. ": ""\"#' '

vent of Perry nffiriatinff. organist and Miss Pola 'Claredy, ,:v k '': ..

The bride Is the daughter of noSegays. 0 -%' .Y soloist.
z: The bride was given in mar- .!
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jacksonof Mary Ellen Cundiff was flower t> <
Route 5. Live Oak. and the girl. She wore a pink taffeta fi Y : riage by her brother, John Win- ,

groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. dress styled like that of the maid; fred Shuff HI. Miss Janice Mat- ; > ,"'':, ,
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,.. .'. tt
W< ,
thieu of Greensboro, N. C., cou- -. '< "
Elza Smith of Branford. of honor. The flower girl carrieda k4Ai\ ., ., : J Jwi
sin of the bride, served as maid ,, '
Forming the background for white basket of pink rose pet- k'
of honor. : \ n
the ceremony were two eight als.Calvin -'".. J "
branched brass candelabra on Evans of Lake City I Bridesmaids included Miss '' rl1
'" '
Miss Patricia ''
either side of a fifteen branched served as best man for the Margaret Raulerson and ."
Taber of Jacksonville. Junior } '; '
brass candelabra, all holding groom. Ushers were Billy Jack- '". "':' '

lighted white cathedral tapers. In son, brother of the bride Billy :gyp'q, xepq. bridesmaids were Marilyn \ *..',.; ....!'>i:
front of the two eight branched Ray mIl Hal Walker of Branford Shuff and Diane Shuff, sistersof ..''oI 'l

candelabras were white floor and Andy Jackson brotherof ( the bride. Flower girl was : .
of the .'lff'
Karen Townsend, cousin "
baskets of white gladioli and pompons the bride, junior usher. ..., '
<(' Oak.
bride Live
with Jade fern inbetweeneach The bride was escorted to the of : \ :

basket. Directly in the cen- altar by her father and given in Ensign Stewart F. Munsee ':., :a

ter front of the background was a marriage by him. For her weddingshe {g- served the'groom as best man.

white prie-dieu where the couple chose a summer silk taffeta gt Ring bearer was Lee Townsend .,,..
knelt for the benediction.Miss with a Sabrina neckline appli- of Live Oak. Ushers were Lt.I ;

.. Joseph T. McDermott, Lt. Richard ". '
in seed ,
Shirley Jackson, sister of qued pearls. The tapered >'>' ,' .
iti? bride, was maid of lionor. 5)eevfty ended }n caSa 2Hr polnts .. B. Ptafes, U.
Her: gown was of petal pink taffeta 1 at the wrists. The bell shaped and Lt. I\ I
floor length skirt, Burke. Among the eight sword .
with a Sabrina neckline and featuring a I
bearers the ushers ,and Lt. ) a..riMiss ,
cap sleeves accented with bouf- back bustle was enhanced witha were

fant,skirt. She wore a picture hat cascade of self fabric roses from George A. Hamlin, Lt. Robert L. :" I

I of matching net attached to a waistline to hem in back. Her Venable, Lt. (jg) Gary P. Wheat-

taffeta 'rose and petal pink four tiered veil of the sheerestof :: ley, and Lt. (jg) Paul Meinhardt

mitts. She ,carried a nosegay of silk illusion was attached to a from Attack Squadron 172 'of Ce-

pink carnations from which fell crown ofsilk roses and pearls. Mr. and Mrs. Lucions Bernard Raines of Wellborn announce cil Field Jacksonville.The .

the mint green streamers of satin. She carried a bridal bouquet of the engagement 'and approaching marriage of their daughter Joe bride chose for her gowna

Miss Riette Ross Miss Dorothy white roses on a white Bible. Ann to John William (Billy) Foster Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. John floor length- peau de soie over

Hart, 'and Miss Carolyn Platt'were Mrs. Jackson wore a beige lace William Foster Sr., also, of Wellborn. lace and taffeta. Her finger tip Judy Kathryn Haas
bridesmaids. Their with veil of illusion was attached to a
pink accessories and 'a
gowns were pink: Miss Raines b 1959 graduate of Suwannee High School andis '
styled like the maid of honor's carnation crown of seed pearls and lace.
I corsage.
currently employed by United Insurance Company of America
She carried a bouquet of white
in mint green taffeta and they Mrs. Smith wore a blue embroidered
also carried the pink carnation organza with white acces- in Jacksonville.Mr. roses and stephanotis. The bride
Foster, also, attended Suwannee High School and is a wore pearls as her only acces-

Mr. And Mrs. Albert Smith graduate of 1959. He is with the State Road Department. sory.The

The wedding will be an event of Saturday August seventh- bridal attendants wore $ykc

teenth, at eight o'clock in the evening: in the Mount Olive Baptist white street length silk organza

Church near Wellborn. dresses styled on princess lines
with overskirt. Their hats .
an
11II1llWfls Invitations are not being sent locally but all friends and :.
were silk bows with tiny veils of
relatives of the couple are invited.
illusion. They carried bouquets of .

peppermint carnations.A wx
1 a
_r
_ t sories and a pink carnation cor- The bride's book table was reception was held at the

sage. covered with a white taffeta Ortega Forest home of the bride wr\

Following the ceremony Mr. cloth with a tulle flounce which Immediately following the ceremony. .

and Mrs. Jackson entertained was caught at each corner. Garlands i .

with' a reception in the Clayland of pink roses encircled the Miss Anne Lester presided at t Y40
Cafeteria. cloth skirt. A silver candle holder the punch bowl. Miss Mary Louise

\r\\. with a white candle and pink Newton kept the bride's book.
The bride's table was covered
roses at the base was placed on Out-of-town guests included
? "
il with a mint green taffeta cloth
.. the table with the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs.: F.dgard H. Rykert
overlaid with white lace. White
--t Standing baskets of white gladi- and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Ry
roses centering a three branched oli and jade fern was the background kert of Howard City. Mich.; Mr.
silver candelabra holding lighted for this table. and Mrs. Donald Mathieu and n Y
-'i t pink tapers centered the table.
___ :;f11 On the piano was a pink arrangement -' son, Don, of Greensboro, N. C.;
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The five tiered wedding cake of
!
Mr.
a of pom pons. Allen and Mrs. Phil Townsend Sr.,
; Y ;S white embossed with pale pink
I O'Neal provided the reception Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Town- ,
roses cascading down the side of
send
; music. and Sue and Cliff Town-
the cake with the top tier on four k
Assisting at thereception was send, of Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs.
columns, topped with min-
was
'i : f,. a Mrs. Walton Platt Mrs. Hous- Edward Hamill and son, Robert,
.,. iature bride and groom under an ton Cundiff, Mrs. Woodrow Goff, of Birmingham Ala.
arch of delicate pink roses witha ., F.a.
Mrs. Otto Dickman, Mrs. Emory After a wedding trip to the .
white wedding bell over the )
Ross Mrs. Houston Roberts Mrs. East Coast, Lt. and Mrs. Rykert +V ay
arch. The cake was placed on a ,, h
Radford Landen, and Mrs. O. C. I will reside in Jacksonville where ,
:\ i ;; ; ,, mirror-tray set in a white tulle he is rip a
< : : y-4 ;, Taylor. I stationed with the U. S. E.A. :a.
with
pouf pale pink rose buds
Mrs. Larry Jackson of Orlando Navy.
nestled among the pouf. The cake : ., nf
kept the bride's book. Mrs. Rykert is the granddaughter 1
knife with the couple's names s
k \t5 The bride graduated from Su of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Town-
engraved on it had white ribbon
.:' wannee High School in 1960 and send Sr. of Live Oak..
streamers with a miniature wed- .< .
_ i:.{hl.g: ; : :;:"'\ ding band and wedding 'bell attached lege.from in North 1962 Florida from the Junior Business Col- Birth AnnouncementMr. ; SMr.

to the streamers tied on
..
.., School of NFJC this
ho year.
> :
the knife handle. The crystal The and Mrs.. W. B. Scaff of ...
groom graduated from Bran- w -
punch bowl of mint green punchwas Live Oak announce the birth of
ford High School in 1958 and is
: l t.= J t ,:' ,;-,:, '. placed at the other end of with the U. S. Air Force stationedat a son Wednesday July 3, in Pine
the table. Silver trays and com* View General Hospital Valdosta -
Westover Air Force Base,
pates of nuts and mints were also Ga.
Holyoke, Mass. The couple will
W\: on the table. He has been named Wendell
., make their home at 741 LocustSt.
.f'W ) Forming the ,background for Bates Scaff Jr. and Mrs Robert H. Haas of Phoenix Arizona, former resi-

ay \\r x\ :ehYC"l} Sa \y ti1C d d" the table were standing baskets to.,the Holyoke Smoky, after Mountains.a wedding For trip her The maternal grandmother is dents of Suwannee County, announce the engagement and approaching -

of white gladioli and pam pons wedding trip Mrs. Smith Mrs. R. W. Washington of Live marriage of their daughter Judy Kathryn, to David Patrick
wore a
with jade fern. Oat and the paternal grandparents McNeils of Phoenix.Miss .

lit .. J', ., -'" '. .,-, _. green raw silk sheath with a self' are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scat ,
Haas attended
1iiii jacket and a matching green hat Sr. of Jasper. .' Arizona State University, at Tempe, where
and beige accessories. Her corsage Mrs. she majored in'drama and was a member of the Drama Club. She
Scaff
is'the former
Miss
was lifted from her bridal bou Mary Helen Washington. attended Business College for one year and Is a graduate from

Foirni&l Opening fOgden quet.Out e '. Rene's Modeling School.Mr. .

o of town guests were Mreand Robert McNeils attended the University of Colorado at Boulder

...1 Mrs. Larry Jackson and children 'Frank ClementMr. where he majored in Physics. He is a member of the Sigma AlplatElipson
of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. and Idrs.Douglas Clement
Fraternity
and was a member of the Golf Team for three
Bishop Jackson of Mayo, Mrs. of Jacksonville announce the '
years; ,
JewelersSaturday l Lillian ,Brizzie. maternal grand- birth or a son, July'2 'In the Bap-
: mother of the groom of Omaha tist Memorial Hospital. Miss Haas Is the grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haas

Neb., and Mrs. Bertie Zimmerman The baby 'weighed eight pounds and Mrs. John Reed all of Live Oak.

aunt of the groom of Omaha and three ounces and has been

Neb. named Robert Frank Clement. ....
13 1 Mrs. Clement is the former

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I Suivannee Democrat Miss Riette ..RqasCard Miss Suggs Weds Mr. Sikes In Church Ceremony>

<; s June Twenty-Ninth At Eight O'clock

1 I Pastor's Corner H Subscriptions United in marriage on Saturday. June twenty-ninth,

1I = at the Burlington Church of Christ was :Miss Rebecca
: Here is a list of new subscrip- Lorice Suggs, and Willis Albert Sikes with the Rev. L. A.

I I tions and subscriptions renewedto Polk officiating at the eight o'clock
ceremony.
REV. JIM WALKUPPastor the Suwannee Democrat from
By June 28 to July 5. a Miss Suggs is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luttral
I Suggs of Branford and Mr. Sikes Koon poured punch and Miss
I. Hi First Presbyterian Church :., <, -"4 -= NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS the son of Mrs. W. A. Sikes of Johnny Kay Bradley kept the

Orlando Weeks, Rt., L. O. O'Brien.A bride's book.
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Woodrow Warner Rt.. L. O. background of palms and The bride graduated from
One handicap in writing news- erring clergyman more leniency
Mrs. Etha Harrell Rt., L. O. magnolias, a large bouquet of Branford High School in 1963
articles preaching serm- than the erring layman. If any-
paper Live Oak Drug Store L. O. roses gladioli, and mums with and the groom in 1962.
ons or even writing books is the thing, it"ought to be just the
Ernest A. Killer. Kensington.Md. two candelabras with lighted tap- After a trip to the beaches of
fact that thought presented other way around.
every .
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ers formed the setting. Florida they will reside in Gain.
cannot be treated so thoroughly Our Lord Jesus speaking to Mrs. W. M. Carmichael Rt., esville.
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that there is no possible chanceof His Apostles and other ministers L. O. G Y Twelve members of a chorus

misinterpretation. said, "That servant who knew his M. M. Sistrunk. Lee. group from the 39th Avenue
,My article in last week's master's will, but did not act according L. B. Sims Eaton Park. Church of Christ of Gainesville
"Pastor's Corner" was no excep to his will, shall receivea Robert Miller Branford. sang "0 Promise Me". "AnswerMe BeachvilleRev.

tion. This is not always bad, severe beating. But he who did Colin Williams Lake City. My Love", "Faithful And
however,-for difference of opinion not know, and did what deserveda Miss Minnie Duncan Branford.Dr. k True", and "The Wedding Pray-
I is often the stimulus to constructive beating, shall receive a light Thomas Philpot, Savannah, er". F. E. Day of Lake City
thinking. This week I want beating. Every one to who muchis Ga. Miss Lutrenda Suggs sister of filled his appointment here Sun
to deal with two possible misin- given of him will much be required Bill Sykes Branford. the bride, was her only only at- day. Had good services and good

terpretations of my last article.Fjrst (Lk.. 12:47-48). Betty Jo Suggs O'Brien. tendant. She wore a street length crowds. Mrs. Day and their
my article was not a disguised William Barclay in his com- James E. Barrington Mayo. dress of forest green satin and granddaughter Miss Linda Day.
confession of my own ments on this passage says, O. C. Lyons Branford.R. carried a nosegay of pink roses of Lake City came with him.
marital infidelity. I have not succumbed "Knowledge privilege always R. Hudson Branford.Joe and carnations. Rev. Marvin Odom filled his;
to this particular wile bring responsibility. Sin is doubly R. Baker Branford.J. Allen Sikes of Tallahassee, appointment at the Deep Creek
of the devil yet. In say "yet" be- sinful to the man who knew bet- R. Smith, Auburndale.Fay brother of the groom, served as Advent Christian Church Sunday.
cause I am not so naive as to ter; failure is doubly blameworthyin Theatre Jasper.SUBSCRIPTIONS best man. Ushers were Sonny T. F. Beach who Is visiting in
think that it couldn't happen tome the man who had every chanceto Fletcher of Gainesville and Don- Clermont, and Ervin Beach of

or to any of us, especially to do well. And so ministers of RENEWED 3.. ald Polk of Trenton. Haines City, were visitors here
Ross Boatright, Rt., L. O.
those in such professions as the the gospel to whom are entrusted s The bride was given In mar- Saturday and attended the wed
ministry, the law, and medicine the riches of Christ will be Mrs.Charles Oliver Johnson L. O. : rk1AL riage by her father. For her wed- ding of their granddaughter and
Smith, L. O.
who day in and day out, through held especially acocuntable for J. Robinson, L. O. ding Miss Suggs chose a white niece. zen Koon to Ernest Spooner. -

desire to help people, become not taking every reasonable pre- Mrs. R. V. Hutchingson, Rt., satin gown over which was poised
deeply involved in their personal caution to avoid even the ap- L. O. '. embroidered silk organza. The The farmers here are very busy
affairs.It pearance of evil. Etta Johnson, Rt., L. O. floor length gown had a short The tobacco Is ripening so fast
is utterly impossible to be In the area of ministerial con- William H. Slocum Edgar LL train. Her finger tip veil of illu- it is hard to find room to cure it
completely objective in helping duct, minister and layman alike Springs. Mo. sion was attached to a crown of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland

others, nor is it always desirableto are responsible for seeing that no Lt. Thomas M.. Scott, Denver, pearls. She carried a satin cov- son. Wayne of Gainesville
attempt to be, especially with opportunity is given to bring Col. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ross of Live Oak announce the enragement ered Bible centered with an orchid were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie

I fellow Christians who love one shame upon the good name of Clyde M. Harrell Rt.. L. O. and approaching marriage of their daughter Riette, to Billy surrounded by white rose Beach Sunday and they have
another and who as the Apostle Christ and His Church. It is the Carl Tressler. Rt., L. O. ,Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson of Route Fire, buds from which fell white satin also had as guest John Swails of

Paul said should "rejoice with minister's duty to bend over back- Claude Harper. Rt., L. O. Lire Oak. streamers.The Cocoa.

i those who rejoice, and weep with ward to avoid any semblance of Mrs. Lola Fillyaw, Rt., L. 0. Miss Ross graduated from Snwannee High School this year. mother of the bride worea Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach attended -

k those who weep". evil. It is the layman's duty to W. J. Fennell, McAlpin.C. Mr. Jackson is also a graduate of Snwannee High School, graduating lavender lace dress with match- the sing in Live Oak Saturday -
One of the greatest sins of our heed the words of Christ, "Do A. Griffin Rt, L. O. with the class of 1958. ing accessories and a pink carna- night.
day is our casual objectivity toward not judge by appearances, but Mrs. Mary Holland Luneburg, tion corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Townsend
An October wedding is being planned. :
one another, our failure to Judge with right judgment." It L. O. The mother of the groom worea and daughter. Marine, visited in
become involved in the lives of is the duty of both not to hold Mrs. James Martin, Winter pin stripe suit of brown and Alachua Sunday.

others. It is easy to toss a coin any sin against a brother which Park. Of Thanks Medical Center at Gainesville. white with matching accessoriesand Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy' Dicks and
t into the blind man's cup and then Christ has already forgiven. Mrs. Belle Golden Gainesville. May God's richest blessings be a pink carnation corsage. daughter. Debbie, of Tallahassee
pat ourselves on the back for being Mrs. D. S. McLeod, Rt., L.. O. We wish to express our sincere with each of you is our sincere Following the wedding Mr. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W
so charitable when all the Mrs. J. L. Reed Rt., L. O. thanks; and deep appreciation for prayer. Mrs. Suggs entertained with a reception H. Tidwell Sunday.Mr. .

11 time the blind man's deepest pov- School Calendar John H. Geist. Stratford Conn. all the food, flowers, cards, and Wayne Lee, husband, Mr. and at their home. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell attended -
erty is not lack of money, but O. C. Odom O'Brien.P. other acts of sympathy and kind- Mrs. Edward Lee, Mr. and Mrs. The bride's table was covered the sing in Live Oak Sat
C. Powell L. O. '
lack of love. But we are too "ob ness shown us during the Illness Darrell McLendon Mr. and with a hand crocheted cloth. urday night.
jective" to become involved withhim 1963-64 W.Ga.M. Carmichael Jr., Tifton, and passing of our beloved wife, Mrs. Elmer Sandridge, Jerry Large baskets of gladioli and The Beachville W. H. and F M

and his real need.I mother, daughter, and sister, Mrs. and Terry Lee, Edna and Lyn-I mums were placed at will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30:
can only thank God that He Monday,. Aug. 12, 1963: Pre- Fred Wilbur Aderholt Hall Branford.A. Branford.. .Alma Lee, and to the staff of ette Lee, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.I. points in the home. Mrs. George eand all members are urged to be

was not so objective with me, but planning begins. Perry Geiger Branford.D. doctors and nurses of the Suwan- Webb, parents, and her brothers Fletcher cut the cake, Miss Elaine present. Visitors are always wel.
that He became so involved with Monday Aug. 19: Area IV PEA G. Borom nee County Hospital and the and sisters. Griffin served cake Miss Phyllis come.
meeting (Lake City). Jr. Branford.W.
me that He sent His Son to die C. .
Bradley. Branford
Monday Aug. 26: Classes begin.
for me. Monday, Sept. 2: Labor Day Lloyd Cribbs Branford.
There is always a risk in becom-
Jack Kelly, Branford.
Thursday, Oct. 24: Fair day for
....ing involved in the problems of Colored Carrie Kelly Branford.
schools.
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others just as there is risk in doIng Friday Oct. 25: Fair day for Branford State Bank Branford. FOR EVERY TYPE AND

anything constructive. The White schools. W. D. Fletcher, Branford.
Rev. F. B. McAllister, a retired Thursday and Friday Nov. 28 Graham G. Owen. Branford.
Baptist pastor from Cincinnati 29: Thanksgiving holidays. Ethel Slocum, Branford. SIZE BUSINESS

Ohio, pointed out ths danger so Monday. Dec. 23, through Friday Andrew Jamerson Branford. ... _' ,
aptly when he said recently to January 3, 1964 inclusive): Powell Philpot, Branford. "
ministers. "Drawn to- close family Christmas and New Years holidays L. D. Stanley Branford.
f relationships which often includethe (school will dismiss at regu J. C. Walker, Branford.Jt PRINTING -
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tenderest of friendships, the lar time on Friday. Dec. 20, 1963). Robert Odom Branford. -
minister may find the line of Monday, Jan. 6: Classes recon James Severance, Branford. QUALITY & SATISFACTION
demarcation between proprietyand vene. Barbara Miller, Branford.

unprofessional behavior Thursday, Jan. 16: End of first George W. Coker. Branford.W. .
growing dim." semester. J. Halley & Co., Branford.R. .

The doctor or lawyer or min- Friday, Jan. 17, and Monday, G. Griffith, Branford. GUARANTEED ,
ister or anyone else who attempts Jan. 20: Conference and work days W. E. Smith, Branford.

even with high resolve, for teachers, no classes. Howard Cheney. Branford.
to become involved in the prob- Friday, Mar. 27, and Monday'. Jo Ella Humphries Branford. :
lems of others Mar. 30: Easter holidays. W. S. Ware, Branford.R. .
takes this calcu- : : WE PRINT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS FORMS
M. Chandler Branford. ,
lated risk. And so, too often, theminister's Thursday and Friday, Apr. 23- ,
24: State PEA Convention Mrs. L. T. Chesson Clearwater. t .
consoling visit with no ,- ...
classes. Mrs. James P. Howe, Laramie
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distraught cheerful young smile widow to thedoctor's the Friday, May 29: Last day of 180 Wyo.I. ,f: INVOICES ,ENVELOPES -
class days.Monday. R. Teagle L..O; r -
troubled patient, the '
counsel or with attorney'ssympathetic the recent June 1: Post-planning Otto Wettstein Jr., Leesburg. PURCHASE ORDERSSTATEMENTS "5- LETTERHEADS ., '
begins. Credit Bureau of Suwannee .
young divorcee, generates I
Friday, June 5: Last day of 196 River. L. O. LETTERS
more suspicion and tongue wag- teacher work days for 10-months Curtis McCullers, Rt., L. O. .. :,.,,: '
ging than a present- day Mata personnel. M. A. Goff, McAlpin.

Hart. s Mrs. W. L. Robinson Rt., L. O PLACARDS HANDBILLS
A second possible, misinterpretation Miss Rozie
Advertising brought us Baker O'Brien.
of my article might have many things. Finer cars better Mrs. Claude L. Cannon Ft "\
been that I was setting up a dou homes, silly fads and wonderfulinventions Lauderdale.Mrs. '
_ .ble standard of morality' for the that have made life N. T. Green Zephyrhills. Pick The Type For Your PrintingWellaveManyStylesandSizes : ,
clergy and the laity giving the easier and longer. C. P. Huffman. L. O.
Mary Ann Lee, Savannar. Ga.
Dalton B. Fletcher Branford.'
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THURSDAY: JULY 11, 1963 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Miss Nancy Mane Browning Mrs. Jacob,Johnson Honored On.Her Birth Announcement

fcCCV> M Mr. and Mrs. Norman King of
100th, Birthday By Missionary Society
Live Oak announce the birth of
OPfcfl Monday afternoon the Woman's Ottowa, Kaiu where she lived a daughter Saturday. July 6, in
i r.w Missionary Society of the First until moving to Live Oak with the Hamilton County Hospital at
Baptist Church combined the her husband. Jacob Johnson in Jasper.

___ :$ *: regular business meeting with a 1914. accompanied by her sis She has been named Madonna
1CLARA birthday party in honor of "Mrs. ter. Miss Hattie Lester, who made Ann King.
Jacob Johnson's one-hundreth her home with them until her Mrs. King is the former Mte

S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor birthday* death several years ago. Carolyn Hunter.

Mrs. G. A. Lee. president, presided Mr. and Mrs. Johnson operateda The maternal grandparents are
.v.+Ahi q ;'n',i eY rJFlvly V'fN'v:4 ,\ over the meeting that was farm about three miles from Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunter of Live
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i Iiss Browning's Engagement AnnouncedAt opened with the singing of "How Live Oak where they were very Oak and the paternal graadpar-

A Tea Given By Her Aunts : Firm A Foundation". successful in raising cattle and ents are Mr. and Mrs. John Mat-
: farming up until Mr. Johnson's thews of Wellborn.
1 devotional
The was given by
:Miss Nancy :Marie Browning's engagement and ap' death three years ago.
followed
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Mrs. William Stroup was
proaching marriage to Carl Laurence Masztal was an- Mrs. Johnson continues to make
short business meeting
nounced at a lovely afternoon tea given by her aunts, Mrs. rnrJ ...,.4Y 'i\ i and the by a program which was a.. her home here where she has RENEW YOUR
Russell Parsons, Mrs. Irma Heath, and Mrs. Edwin Brown- discussion of the local mission lived for 49 years. DRIVERS LICENSES

ing and Mrs. Thurston Raines, both of Madison. The tea work presented by Mrs. J. M. U. DURING OF YOUR THE BIRTHDAY MONTH

was held at the home of Mrs. Mrs. W. 8. Townsend, Mrs. T. B. Yrh':r.YRyt.4i": '5 :; Dees and the members of Circle Your newspaper has the right
Parsons on Helvenston Street, Dunn and Mrs. Rees Mills. and yes, the obligation to bring I REECE BROWN
Two.William COUNTY JUDGEgrasshopper
Saturday, June 29. Flower arrangements were by Stroup soloist, sang you the news.
The focal point of the foyer : Mrs. W. H. Parramore. Others "Loves Old Sweet, Song", as Mrs.
where the guests were greeted, assisting were Mrs. Otto Wett- Johnson- seated- in an old fashioned -
was the planter holding caladi- stein m Mrs. Inman Avery and rocking chair, charming and
ums in shades of green and i Miss Faye Terry. ; : composed, faced the audience of
white. Three hundred guests were invited 75 friends who had come to pay
Greeting guests were the floor to call between the hours of a 2.. k R tribute to this beloved citizen. roailC1

hostesses, Mrs. 'Norman O. Prots- 4 and 6:30 pm.Outoftown : Mrs. Lee spoke a few words of
man, Mrs. James Walkup, Mrs.B. guests calling were : A welcome and appreciation to k
F. Leigh, Mrs. Ted Rathel, Mrs. Dorsey Knight and Mrs. Mrs. Johnson for her years of
Flood Mrs. R. L. James Lewis of Perry, Miss Mary '4"
Mrs. John S. loving and faithful service.A ---- -- -:"'\
Brinkman, Mrs. Robert T. Tuttle Ethel Lewis and Mrs. Joe CundiffJr. white orchid corsage a gift .
and the bride-elect's grandmother .. of Tallahassee, Miss Faye irw of the,Society was pined on Mrs. \\h.Op j 01._ ) b :

Mrs. H. R. Parsons Sr. Terry of Gainesville, and Mrs. G. Johnson by Mrs. Harold Wolfe.

In the receiving line were Mrs. R. Creekmore of Brooksville. The Rev. Cornelius B. Davis, 4 1t 1r

Parsons, Miss Browning, and Mrs. xn f ,,RnS pastor of the church, led in a
Elmer Browning mother of the Methodist WSCS Has special prayer for Mrs. Johnson. y
brideelect.Miss Mrs. S. B. Swan read a very ,
Browning greeted her Luncheon MeetingThe witty and original poem that was
guests in a lovely dress of pale Woman's Society of Chris- dedicated to Mrs. Johnson.

yellow cotton voile with small tian Service of the First Metho- 4; s ?ryN < Mrs. Johnson in a very quiet
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white and yellow Shasta daisies dist Church met Monday at noon and gracious manner, spoke of A/
covering the entire bodice. at the church for their regular Y ,s her life in Florida, telling what
The bride's guest book was monthly meeting and luncheon. her work in the 'church has meant U
kept by Miss Rosiland Parsons, Members of Circle Two, Mrs. to her and how important prayer

cousin of the bride-elect, at a V. J. Smuts chairman, preparedand Air. and Sirs. Elmer Burton Browninr announce the engagement had been in her life. She requested
marble antique table. Placedon served the luncheon. that continue to ,
top and approaching marriage of their daughter Nancy Marie, everyone pray -.
the table was a crystal bud Lovely foliage arrangements for her. '
to Mr. Carl Laurence Masztal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stanley th
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vase holding small yellow lotus graced the tables. The meeting closed with the .its e
and gladoli and leather leaf fern.A Following the luncheon Mrs.C. Masztal, of Manchester Conn. guests standing and singing '
yellow and white motif was T. Baisden vice president, introduced The wedding will take place Saturday evening August 24, in "Happy Birthday Anna". .
carried out in the decorations Mrs. T. J. Kennon. sec- the First Presbyterian Church. The reception table was over- ,

'throughout the rooms. The liv- retary of youth work for the Miss Browning graduated from Suwannee High School, where laid with a white embroidered 8 biggest news since the .
ing room find dining ,room were state who presented a program she held many honors, being selected to the Hall of Fame in recognition cutwork linen cloth centered witha
'i opened en suite to accommodatethe telling of the relationship of the of her scholarship and leadership. She is now a Junior in paragon lamp holding an arrangement p cullotto tho grasshopper! .

guests. In the living room WSCS to the Methodist Youth the School of Arts and Sciences at Florida State University, majoring of pink gladioli. The Really a split image, looks like '

there was a large urn filled with! Fellowship.Mrs. in Speech and English and minoring in Spanish.Mr. three-tiered birthday cake was 6y: a flying-panel! skirt...beneath .
lotus and Anise. Kennon presented chart iced in white and
towering yellow a Masztal graduated from Manchester High School, Manchester embossed in
The mirrored arrangement on which explained how each Youth pink and green. Anna Lester t is attached print pants. Then
the swimming and track
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Conn. While in high school was on
the buffet, which was in a foot- Fund dollar is spent. Johnson was inscribed around the with
teams and graduated with honors. He has served three years in the topped a matching print
ed antique silver container, was Miss Elizabeth Pittman, presi- sides of the cake that was topped
of yellow gladioli yellow lotus, dent of the local Youth Fellow- Paratroopers of the United States Army. Mr. Masztal is in his with a silver figure "100" The Bermuda-collar'd shirt.: Shirt of a

and leather leaf fern. This fur- ship, was presented as one of five Junior year at Florida State University where he is majoring in cake was cut and served by Mrs. Wamsutta drip-dry cotton f print
ther carried out the color scheme. young people selected from this Government. In his freshman :year he was a member of the fam- Wolfe. .
In go-with colors on sand .;
The refreshment table in the district as a representative to the ous FSU Circus. The crystal punch bowl was
dining room was covered with a School of Missions to be held in presided over by Mrs. Henry grasshopper skirt in Cohama .
linen cut-work cloth bordered Lakeland July 22-26. Skinner.
Sportset poplin 65% Dacron
with lace. Silver trays of small Miss Bobbi Brabham was Introduced I Williams were elected as dele- Vera Renee GillMr. Arrangements of gladioli were ; \
gates to the School of Missions Polyester 35% cotton in stone j
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cakes iced in white with yellow and it was announcedthat and Mrs. M. L. Gill an- used throughout the room and a ,
roses were one one end of the she has been elected to rep- to be held in Lakeland. memberswere nounce the birth of a daughter table was set up that was laden \ blue, claret red, earth brown .

table. At the other end was thesilver resent this district at the Work- I Approximately forty Mrs. July 4, in the Suwannee County with the many gifts and cards .SSsizes 6 to 18. %
punch bowl. Mints and shop on Missions to be held at i present and guests were Hospital. presented to Mrs. Johnson by her
and Mrs.
mixed party nuts were served Lake Junaluska, N. C., later this Bessie Bardin Hunter i. The baby has been named Vera friends.
;from silver compotes. On the silver summer. Elizabeth Hughes representingthe Renee GUI.r Mrs. Johnson, nee Anna Lester,i .'.
bordered napkins were the The business meeting was con Guild and Miss Patsy De- The maternal grandmother is was born July 10. 1863 at Cape the shirt $3.98 ,,
of Mrs.
names of the engaged couple, ducted by Mrs. Marvin Phillips, Salvo granddaughter r Mrs. D. E. Rykard of Valdosta, May. N., J. and was the youngest the
Jack grasshopper $8.98
"Nancy and Carl". newly ,elected president; of the White. Ga.. and the paternal grandparents of ten children of Mr. and Mrs. --
Presiding at the punch bowl WSCS. are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gill John Lester, .1
during the calling hours were Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Frank (Office Supplies at McCrimen's) of this city In 1867 ,the family moved to ..'

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A Why put up with humid "hothouse" indoor And you can usually back it up-as easily as you more useable interior space. Best of all, it produces

?' \veather that frazzles your nerves?With Electric Air .. -.. 1 : : can:back up a Corvair. YouTI find:yourself steering so light, so responsive, you,

.Conditioning your whole family will live: better, 2 COMFORTS !IN 1 :;. };, doing that occasionally, it;only to wonder why no other American-made. -

feel healthier. Keener appetites. Refreshing sleep. Year-round electric ; adjust the brakes-they're self-adjusting. car thought of i it.

., Reduced humidity helps prevent mildew and dames ngt.'OO* That's all there is to it,-and that's. a good EYd O FT Conrais engine is also air cooled, we

ness. Filtered, dustaIr makes_. housecleaning in in winter.summer; teams ,:-,; 't'. 1 example) of hofl"delightfully easy Corvairis might add, which means there's no anti-
to own drive and maintain. freeze waterfQr to add.. Ever.
easier.Brings priceless comfort for mere pennies a day. .. MJlTOBVE you .
i Tried and, proven Electric Air Conditioning is 0 "- But since we began by talking about All that pleasure from something so'

.t :. 'driving let's stick with awhile. A TIME practical almost makes you think Corvairis ;
the best investment,ever.Enjoyed by a half million: '
large; factor in the fun of driving a. unique among American cars. Which'Corvair
of your Florida' neighbors' See your electric appli- .1.:';': is the location of Its engine. in R1 CIESflisn't surprising, because i it isl!

juice dealer or air conditioning- contractor! today. !' -

:CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY II, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE, ,

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TEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1933

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'iorida, and whereas such corroratkmdidon. Court ..rhe Third J. LIVESTOCK Suwreulee High: agreed to go along with locating I .the 2nd day .f July A. D. 1IC3. and for Sawaaaee County. n tda.- and
.' News And Activities From the laboratory in Suwannee cause. too be filed in the office of the you are hereby smameaed, ordered a4
Band To Secretary State of the State of Florida required' to fide year written"Answer. en
Perform .
County : the documentary
: authority required defenses to the complaint rHe* fc retB
: REPORT The Snwannee High School The product of this meeting under Section 408.27. Florida Statutes, against yon in the j&pre entitled e.11M

iii THE RECREATION CENTER Band under the direction of House Bill 295 was initially sup I I ration.bowing the dissolution". of such corpo- fax Court the office In and of the fr Clerk Suwannee of the County Cimrft

By FLORIDA STATE Harry Grant will perform at a posed to be introduced by the Now therefore the Secretary of Florida, at hi* offke in the Curt House
free concert on the Courthouse commissioner. However becauseof I State does hereby certify to the foregoing m Lire Oak. Florida' on or before :Me-
By CHARLES PULLEY. Director MARKETING BUREAU square Thursday evening at 8 and that he is satisfied that the day July Ifnd. 1941, and serve a espy
skepticism over acquiring the requirements of the law have been of such Answer, or defenses ups J. L.
Baseball season is in full swingas I wishes to thank these,$ponsors Cattle .and calf trading at the p.m. The public is invited.. necessary appropriation on the compiled with. Blaekweli. nlajattf/s Attorney hereto
who manage and s s IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have whose address is Live Oak. FlsrMa, oa
league play began for all I and the men Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- commissioner's part, McDonaldand hereunto set my hand and have or before said date as required by the

leagues ,Monday night. Mondaynight's coach the baseball teams for vol- ket Wednesday, July 3. dropped to Reference Book Given .Senator Houston Roberts affixed the Great Seal of the laws of Florida 1M4 Florida Rules of
I unteering their time and effortsto State of Florida at Tallahassee? City.,Procedure.. If you fan to do so
Little League 87 sold compared with 133 the
games were were obliged to introduce companion the Capital, this the Second day decree pro eeafees wi$ be entered
games and saw Velda Dairies defeat the success of this program. week before. To Regional LibraryA bills in the senate and the SEALf July A. D. 19C3. against TOO far the reason contained in

of 9 to According to George C. Avery of brand new edition of the ( ) the complaint.You .
Coca-Cola by a score louse, the representative said. TOM ADAMS are further notified that the nature -
3.. In the second game North Farmers May Claim the Florida State Marketing Bureau Florida Handbook 1963-64 has McDonald explained that after Secretary of State of this suit Is fie foreclose a mortgage -

defeated Rat- trading was moderately active been added to the reference division 9 i given to pJaattffa by Cherry A.
Florida Telephone delicate touch-and-go maneuverIng -
Federal Gas Taxes Miller now deceased, and recorded in
liff Motor Co. by a close score with demand good. All slau- of the Suwannee River and an added push from NOTICETO mortgage book 98. pages 21S-2S. and

of 6 to 4. Velda seems to be the Suwannee County fanners ghter classes however, were to few Regional Library. This book was House Speaker Mallory Home, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: also a mortgage give. to plsntiffs by
the said CherryA. Miller in her lifetime
4c federal tax per in one or both weeks to make Dave Austin Ton will please take notice that the
they may claim an given to the library by .
team to beat this year as House Bill 295 became law and undersigned. Glyim Duncan It and has recorded in Mortgage book 89.pages
won both of their practice games gallon on all gasoline used on accurate test of price trends he manager of Florida Power Suwannee County had its diag- been and will engage in a motor ...- 186-1. of the public records of
the
last week and won again. in theseason i their farms for farming purposes added. Light Company's office here. nostic laboratory. I bide tire business sales and recapping otherwise and deal vulcanuing in- following Suwannee described County real Florid estate upon to-wit :

opener. during the period July 1, Avery said that feederstockercattle Emphasizing the difficulty of I motor vehicle tires and related items The Northwest Qurter of the Southeast -
June 30 1963. were steady on the cate- under the name of Lire Oak Tire Company Quarter and. the Southwest Quarter -
1962 ,
through
The Pony League played its gories present while calves were : New Kind Of ThinkingOne getting a bill passed through the in Live Oak Florida. and will of the Northeast Quarter, less one
claim
last Saturday Application blanks to file registration of said fictitious acre in the Northeast corner thereof
first practice game hopefully if Legislature. McDonald pointedout a \
weak. One of Section 11. in Township 2 South.
will be available at name as required by Sectio CCS.M.
this refund
night and will continue league Sixty-four per cent of the rUn the action of American wheat that IJTeOQ-Tjiils were intro- Florida Statutes 1961. Range 14 East containing 79 acres

games on Saturday nights. Sat- the County Agent's office soon. farmers in voting down the pro- duced during this session. Said business is owned by the un more or less in Svwanaee County
Farmers should bring recordsof was cleared to feeder-stocker accounts dersigned. Dated this July 9tb. 19(3. Florida.
urday night's game was very one while calves 32 posed new system of government Approximately 400 died on the SGLYNN DUNCAN The name of the Court hi which this
sided. At the end of the fourth the number of gallons of were per of an almost brutally last day of the regular session. 9-12 suit has been instituted is Ute Circuit
controls
cent of the total Avery continued.One Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, in
that the
used correct .
inning the score was.tied 7-7. At gasoline so rigorous nature may, be jthe bea- Fifty per cent never got out of and for Snwannee County Florida and
the end of the fifth'inning KI- amount may be claimed. good slaughter steer brought kind of thinking committees and about IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTOF the abbreviate title af thfe ease is B.
con light ot.a new 65 per cent SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
claim 23.50 per hundred pounds. W. .Deese and wife Gladys B. Deese
wanis had pulled ahead to a score Deadline for filing this Standard heifers brought on the part of American far- of these were local bills he said. RE: The Estate of ...- The Estate of a..rnA.. Miller.

of 117. The sixth inning was will be September 30, County 50-$20.25 and utility heifers$18.-fold mers as a whole and particularlythe McDonald noted that House ELMER ELMER SVOBODA.L. SVOBODA also known as deceased et. aLIt
is hereby ordered that this orderand
never played as the game was Agent Paul Crews said. smaller family type farmers. Bill 295 ne Deceased.
from $16.50-$19.25. One low-com- was of only 31 appropriations notice shall be pvKUshed once *
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called after the top half .of the More specifically. one wonders if bills other than NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll week for four consecutive weeks (four
mercial traded at general -
utilities Elmer
cow $17.50; creditors of the Estate of pnbKcatioas) in The 9awannee Democrat -
sixth inning had lasted for forty Ross To Receive20Year brought $15-$17.25 and cutters legions of them are not thinking appropriations bills that SToboda also known as Elmer L. Svobo- a newspaper pvftHeafd. fa Live Oak.

minutes only two were out and $13-$15.75. seriously, of the virtues of ultimately passed the Legislature.The da. deceased are' hereby notified and Suwannee County, PVrMa, and havinga
and required to file any claims or demands general circulation in Sawaaaee Coun
the score had mushroomed to 26 I A few yearling utility bulls returning on a gradual representative also called which they may have against said Estate ty. Florida.

to 7, Kiwanis over Lions. I Citation brought, $17.25-415 and one low- orderly basis,to free-market farming attention to the widespread publicity in the office of the County Judge I WITNESS bond aa Clerk of the
of Sawanne County florid, in the
and demand Ci< Thursday, July 11, Madison will I :cutter sold for $13. Utility and In which supply focused on Suwannee Coun- Court House at Live Oat:, Florid, within I I in Live Oak Suwannee ...\". Florida

play a return visit to Live Oak : ow-standard calves brought $17- not a law or a bureaucrat do the ty in newspapers and magazinesall six calendar months from the date on this 17th day of Jnne. A. D. 1 H'.
From Soil BoardThe of the first publication of this Notice; (SEAL)
for another Pony League game. $20.50. deciding.If over the country following the which is the;20th.. day of Jane 1865. LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS

This game will be played on the I Medium feeder-stocker steers so, they have excellent exam- field Forestry Day event held Each elam must be in writing andmust Oerk CirevH Curt
State Soil Conservation ples to look to. Meat is outstanding. state the place of residence and Suwannee County Florida
brought
Live Oak-Suwannee County Rec- $19.SO-$21.50; commons this here. McDonald introduced House poet office address of the claimant and I.t
reation' Department baseball field Board will honor 16 district supervisors sold from $14.75-$17 with a few I The livestock producers of Bill 5 that recessed the Legisla- must be sworn to by .the claimant. his
with 20-year certificates I country have had their ups and agent or his attorney and must be
bringing to
and will be played at 3:30. Madi- up $20.
Association of booms and busts. Re- ture specially to attend this event. filed in duplicate or it will become
Florida their
son's Pony League team defeated during the I Common and low-medium heif- downs '. void according to law.KAREL LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCINC
Soil Conservation District's meet- there have been price troubles E. SVOBODA
cently
ers brought $15-$17.50 common
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Live Oak last week by a score of
PARYZEK
ing Aug. 16, at Jacksonville. and medium cows brought $13.50- due in major part to leery No. 3 Executors ANNA of the Last Will and

97.The Suwannee Soil Conservation heavy.supplies of beef on the hoof. Testament of Elmer Svoboda. also
U7.25.. inferiors sold from $11.25- Small Large Areas
second swim session is almost Tiger Lake Baptist Church since or
times or bad the producers known as Elmer L. Svobods. de .
District's Chairman J..Dan Ross $14 and But good
one common cow-calf
over and the third session all the other elements 1898 has served as a member of ceased.
CALL
is among those slated to receive pair brought $15.50.A and 6-9
will begin Monday July" 13. This great and complex meat the board 'of deacons since 1946
the
the award according to state executive few choice calves weighing within
session will be 'set up the same have done much more and is today an active ,member of NOTICE TO DEFENDIN
secretary L. M. Hollings- between 250-500 pounds brought industry, THE NAME OF H. TURNER
as the previous sessions and any- 24252475. than ask for government controls that board. THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
worth. good calves traded
one who wishes to reregisterfor and regulations they've actively Following the presentation of TO Andrew Burke; Fred Burke; Rollo i Night 963-2751
Topographical survey are being fro m $21.50-$24.25 mediums Burke Samuel Burke Marcy
this third swimming session conducted this week on the brought $19-$22 and commons and vociferously opposed them. this honor to 'Mr. Jim', the., club :Mitchell; and husband.; Tony Burke'l Day 9632373or i

may do so' They know that the one who pays presented an award to Dobert ell each of whose address is un- writeP.
farms of Sid Allen for a seepage averaged $16-$19.75. A few com- known.
Also beginning July 15 a Red irrigation system and the Advent mon and low-medium calves the bill government or individual O'Neal, who was elected the most Yon, and each of yon, are hereby O. Box 475

Cross' Life Saving Course will be weighing between 125-250 is the one who calls the tune to outstanding member of the Junior notified that a suit in equity has been WELLBORN FLORIDASEE
Christian Home in the Suwannee pounds brought against by B. W. Deese. and ,
yon :
taught at the Municipal Swim- which they must dance. The meat Deputies League. Garth Nobles
River Soil Conservation District. traded from 242525. his wife Gladys B. Deese in The Circuit
ming Pool. This course will last Hog: Sales industry prefers freedom self-re- chairman of the club's Boys and
During the month .of June new .
for three weeks and will meet Hog trading sank to a low of: liance self-responsibility and Girls Committee presented the

everyday except Wednesday. Saturday district cooperators were signedup 215 sold at this sale compared the chance to work out its prob- award and commended Sheriff ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR
as follows: J. P. Fletcher, JohnW.
and Sunday. The class will Theron with 347 traded at the previoussale. lems as they come along. Hugh Lewis for the fine work being BUILDING NEEDS
Cooper Bass Sam
swim two hours each day from Mixed grades, of 180-210 And the colossal mess the past done by this organization.Lewis .

eight-until ten am. Two courses Chauncey M. A. Gandy Dr. pound barrows and gilts sold for farm programs of the government told the club that the PAINT PLYWOOD ROOFING, ETC.
James Dietrich. John Stevens R. certainly should steel ,
will be taught at the same time $17.60. 210-240 pounds $17.65. 240-' have created Junior Deputies since its incep- PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
P. Hudson and Melvin Lee. New attitude as well as
them in that -
a Junior Course. and a Senior 270 pounds absent 160-180 pounds tion 18 months ago now boasts

Course. basic conservation farm plans $17, 140-160 pounds, $16.55. 120- the rest of the nation's farmers 24 fully-uniformed members. Make All Aluminum Screens To Order

The Junior Course is for those were completed for Fletcher 140 pounds $16 100-120 pounds consumers and taxpayers. These youths direct traffic at
Cooper, Bass Dietrich Stevens County News
12 years of age through 15 years $16. 80-100 pounds $14.30. -Washington I school zones and special events
and also M. R. Schofield. Wymari I
of age and the Senior Course is 'Sows weighing between 180-400 I and meet once each month for -Langford Builders Supply
Garland Charles McKee and M. the newspapers areas
for those 16 years of age and old- pounds brought $15-$15.70. One They supper and an outstanding pro-
er. The fee for this course will be V. Gaylord. boar sold for $7. Feeder pig sales much a vital part of the community gram. East HelTenston Street Phone 362-2873'

Anyone desiring technical assistance were too few to report. : as the people themselves, LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
$6.00 for both Juniors and Seni- Lewis thanked Jim Shields
i' in conserving their soil to whom the newspapers. are at
who works directly with the boys
ors.There and water resources should con- once guardian and servant.
,will be a new swimming for his able service and contribution State Bank N.. 141
tact Suwannee River SCD BoardOf
class added to the regular classesin Mrs. Woods 37 to the success of the organi- REPORT OF CONDITION OF "THE. BRANFORD STATE BANK" OF BRANFORD

the next session. This will be a Supervisors.. No.1 zation. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 28
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beginning swim class for 3. 4, and Funeral ServicesMrs. There still remains several 1963. ASSETS

5 olds. This class of and fall and I Casfe1 balances with other banks, and lash Item.
will be summer
months
year Mrs. Grady 52 No.4 in process of collection .. ............ ....................... .............._... ..........* X71.J88-1T
taught at 9:00 aon. and will last constant attention to improvingthe United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed ........ KC.SOO.Ou
for about minutes. Joyce Gaskins Woods 37. of downtown Live a flat settlement of $1,000 to cov- Obligations of States and political subdivisions ......... ..... ..................... M.M1.23:
thirty died Tuesday following a lengthy appearance Loans and discounts (including $Ins." overdrafts) ........... ..... ......... "'.8063t\
The diving class has been divided Funeral ServicesMrs. illness. Oak as well as the residential er this loss.Current Bank premises owned $15,865.81, furniture and fistnre SIS41L4.... 87.977.74

into two groups. The ad- area could alter the picture one directors of Farmers Other assets ......... ...... ..... .. ....... ............... ....... .._._.._........... ._._.. 667 34

vanced class now meets each Wray Eugene Grady 52 She moved was born to in South Carolinaand gets when traveling over city Services Inc., are A. W. Ross Sr., TOTAL ASSETS ........._...._............?.................._..__......$1..'a,.,". 5
Suwannee
Saturday morning from 10:00 to passed away Monday In a Gainesville I Countyin streets. chairman Gordon Raines Leon LIABILITIES
1936 moving to Jacksonville Demand deposits of individuals partnerships, and aorpeMfaaa _...._.$ 716,688:!>3
11:00 and the beginners meet hospital following a lengthy five Avery Claude Jones S. C. Hall Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships,

each Saturday morning from 9:00: illness. years ago where she residedat I hope members of the Boardof H. T. Howell and Julian Robinson. and corporations ..-................_.a602,829 ?".
the time of her death. Deposits of United States Government .. ....
(including puma .a. ) 1,990.1"1))
to 10:00.: Mrs. Grady was born in North She is County Commissioners have County Agent Paul' Crews Deposits of States and political subdivision ...._.... .... .._...._.. 27.266 s:,
Arts and crafts meets each Carolina moving to Suwannee a member of the Spring- done the proper home work on acts as secretary to the organization Certified and officers' cheeks, ete ............................... ...._..... .. .._......?,.. 2,63-
field Church of Christ in Jack- TOTAL DEPOSITS .........................................,.........$1,16 1..11
morning at 10:30. On Tuesday County about five years ago. She sonville. Courthouse expansion by determ and Rhenda Prevatt treas- (a) Total demand deposits ....._...._.............._...._$ 14I.4T7.M
July 9, the arts and crafts class was a member of Beulah Bap- ining just what it needed in the (b) Total time and savings deposits ....?......_...._$ He,&'9.N
tist Church. Mrs. Woods is survived by her : Other liabilities ...................................._............_....-..........?,?......?,-.... 2,352-08)
took a field trip to the Suwannee way of floor space offices con

Democrat. Other such trips are Funeral services were conducted husband Edward Woods of Jack- ference rooms and so forth. It is urer.Public TOTAL LIABILITIES .....-... ._......._...................._.........,.....81,361.88919'
at 2 in the sonville; four daughters, Miss Notices CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
planned throughout the summer. Wednesday pjn. Janet far better to determine what is Capital: Common stock: :, total par value $30,000 ..... ....._..._, ........| 30 000 (>I 0)
Sponsors. for this year's base- Beulah Baptist Church with burial Allbritton of Live Oak needed than to drop the matter Surplus .........-..................._._?............_........_? _, ..._. 1'.000.0'' >)
in the adjoining cemetery. Misses Linda Gail Woods RoseMary Undivided profits ....................._...?, ? ?,.... .Tlil ,......._.._.___ 17,101 !*:d
ball teams are: Woods and Edna into the lap of an architect who IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN R._rv.. (and retirement account for preferred eapHaJ) ............_..._. 4,000.i
Survivors include her husband Woods does not know the county's needs. AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY .

LITTLE LEAGUE Charles W. Grady of Live Oak; all of Jacksonville; one son. Von- It is not easy to forecast what FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... ..?.............__..........__..... ._.Tll Velda Dairies zie Allbritton of Live Oak RE: The Estate of
three daughters. Mrs. Murl How- ; two might happen in the next 20 ANNA ROBERTS. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... ?-....... ....$1,483, 6c1J
Coca-Cola Bottling Company ell of Live Oak Mrs. Edgar Ko- brothers Harold Gaskins of Live Deceased. MEMORANDA
but history is a fine teacher -
Ratliff Motor Oak and Sgt. R. D. Stricklandof years Notice Of Filing Petition For Final Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for ether pttrpeses
Company witz of Chipley and Miss Jean and study can develop a pattern Discharge Of The Administrators including notes and bills rediscounted and securities sold with

North Florida Telephone Co. Grady of Live Oak; two brothers the U. S- Army two sisters of needs. I trust plans for TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: agreement to repurchase) ........... ................._........ ................._?.....$ 7$.'o'.(CO
TADPOLE LEAGUE Mrs. Jennie Nobles of 'Live Oak Notice is hereby given that we have Loans a. shown above are titer deduction of valuation reserves of .... 4,401'44
Elmer Withrow of Shelby N. C., and the work when approved will include filed our final returns as administrators *' Graham C. Owen Vice rodent A Cashier .f the above-named bank *
Suwannee Valley Electric Co-op and Herman Withrow of Shelby. Mrs. Mildred Hull of High facilities that can take care of the estate of Anna Roberts deceased solemnly affirm that this report of condition is true and correct to. the best "
Springs. that we have filed our Petitionfor my knowledge and belief.
Western ;
Auto Associate Store She had two grandchildren.J. Funeral of predictable needs for 20 yearsto final discharge and that we will I Graham G. Owen
Elks Lodge B. Daniels Funeral Home services for Mrs. Woods come. apply to the Honorable Reece Brown. Correct-Attesi:

Live Oak Gas Company was in charge.Landen will be .conducted at 3 p.m. County Judge of Snwannee County Bra L. Thompson
Thursday in the Just to take care of present Florida on July 31. lt<3 for approvalof i Meivfa Owens
PONY LEAGUE Philadelphia urgent needs is to dodge responsibility the same and final discharge as ad A. B. Ware
Kiwanis Club Baptist Church. Burial will, follow ministratora of the estate of AnnaRoberts Directors
.,. In and to leave to/ future 4 e **.4- State of Florida County of Suwannee. is:
Lions Club AssignedTo the Philadelphia Cemetery. boards problems that will become SW. L. ROBERTS Sworn to and subscribed before me tide 8th day of July l' 6<
The Recreation Department James' B. Daniels Funeral AdministratorS aDd I hereby certify that I am not. an officer or dtreeter of this bask
acute the (SEAL)
as as present .
one O. ROBERTS
Home .1s in
German PostArmy charge. Careful study and planning in Administrator COLETA MATHIS. Notary Public State e/ Florida at Large
9-12 My commission expires September 3. IMf.
this area makes sense.

LOW INTEREST Pvt. George D. LandenJr. Advertising in newspapers is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD Charter Na. 6032 Rner- District N.. fc)
news. It is information about merchandise r' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LIVE OAK IN
LONG TERM ., son of Mr. and Mrs. Drew G. services or ideas No.2. SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS: ON JUNE 29, 1M3
Landen. of Route 5, Live Oak, was and inventions DIVORCE PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE
Federal of people who pay to interests. From this meeting MYRTLE EVELYN FERRARO. CURRENCY UNDER SECTION 6211 i s. REVISED STATUTES
Land
to
assigned the 78th Engineer Bat- ASSETS
talion in Germany in mid-June. have such news published so that called at the Commission of Ag- .... Plaintiff I Cash balance with other banks and ash item

Bank Loans the consumer "may know." riculture's suggestion all parties EDWARD PAUL FERRARO. I ia process of collection ..... ...... -......., ,, ...................._..?81.528.111 ail
Landen United
a construction
specialist States
Defendant. Goveranient obligation, direct and"

in the battalion's Headquarters NOTICE guaranteed (Net of any reserves) ........_ .._ ._._ 2.NS.644 2!
CONTACT Company, entered the Armyin TO: EDWARD PAUL FERRARO Corpo Obligations stocks of States and political subdivisions (Net ., say eeei' ..).. "'.710 Oi
.
(including .15.000.00Qclt .
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING Address 220 E. Front Street "
LOCAL OFFICE January and completed basic % MeGairePlalofield. Loans Federal Reserve bank) (Net of U7 reserves) ........... ........ 15,000 t

training at Fort Gordon. Ga. ENGINEERSFOR Yon are hereby. New aotified Jersey that a Complaint (Net and of discounts any: reserves(including) .....$18140 .onrdra.fts.........__)_..:._.......... .... MM,7S0.3i j !
Telephone The 20-year-old soldier attended for Divorce has been filed against Bank premises owned 178n.00. furniture and fldar. 3NN2.17.. 18.842.:
Suwannee High School LP OR NATURAL GAS yon and yon are required to serve a Real estate owned other than bank premise ........_.... .... '.000.1.

362-1525 We.blueprints have competent for your central engineers heating to give and.you air estimates conditioning. and needs draw copy the of Complaint your answer on the or other Plaintiffs pleadings Attorney i ito TOTAL ASSETS .....?....._..".LIABILITIES_...... ... ........ ..i..M,.,>*-i

(Office Supplies ai HcCrimon's) for LP and Natural Gas. G. A. BnSe Jr.. Lake City, Fkr Demand deposits of Individuals
Ida. and file parlner.hl >Bd corporations Z.394,23 .: ,
the original !! '
We lend sell answer or Time ana saving, deposits of laaiTMaal
or tanks or have metered system whichever the other partaerabfea
pleadings in the office of the and corporation ................_...._...._....
customer prefers. Clerk cf the Circuit Court on of before Deposits of United States ..........?...... .... ........ j.(4g.22? 3.
the .th day of Government including peeI savings).... 117.029 S.
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS to August 1SC3. If yon fail Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... _.. ... .... .................
do ?
taken> so.against Judgment by default will be Deposit of bank ............_.......?.?._......."****".._" ......................_ 55i'i. *'i.ill 4
in the yon for the relief demanded Certified and officer check, etc. --........__......._.._.... ......_.... U.850'I
DUNLOP TIRES W. C. COPELAND JR. DONE AND Complaint. TOTAL DEPOSITS ........-.....-.....--....---.....$&.. '.....
Florida this Cth ORDERED at Live Oak (a) Total demand deposits ......................,........ .-"U.1I.f'f
day of July 1X3. (It) Total u.. and savings deposits .. .......99,40,324.19

t HUnter 3-2218 Madison Florida LAVAUGHN Clerk of Circuit A. Court SESSIONS Other liabilities ..._._..._?..._...._....-......._-........ .... .. ............

.. AT; WHOLESALE PRICES (SEAL) SawaD e County Florida TOTAL LIABILITIES .w .... .... .... ....f..U'J.... SJ

.. Columbia G. A. BUTE JR. Capital Stock; Common sleek CAPITAL total par .ACCOUNTS..._._... _.. ..... ...... .* 1M.OOO CJ
: County Courthouse arplas ........_........._ ...._:__. .._.. .....-....... ....
Get Our Prices Before You Buy Lake (sty, Florida UndiTided" profita ..........._..._._____. '' .' M 812 vl
MOVING SOON! Attorney 9-12 for Plaintiff B en.. (and retirement account for rejft'J'ed..toti) ....1'..!...... !!.. 30.134! sl


FULL LINE FOR CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ?...:..--........--....__........--4 JH.tgJ ,
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CARSTRUCKSTRACTORSUNCONDITIONALLY L :i" GREATLY REDUCED" la The Name And By The Authority MEMORANDUM
Of The Stale Of FloridaTO. lad ced cr assigned to MaN liabilities and

We ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS for other pvrpoaea ...... ... ,? __........-m............* ||7.73
GUARANTEED : Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store SHALL COME. GREETINGS I, John P. Wiggins, Cashier, fI1. the ab Te aaM4 ha k ao hereby d elaM

Whereas N. A,8HANER.. Live Oak. this report d.teadiWa' U tru*.* 4 rr, t to. than.tMst.f r wn ..,t hI
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B SC J GIFT SHOP Georgia.- HZNfcY E. EDMISTEN. Live We, tH undersigned dfr.et.rrsttegt tU c. e el U. repeat wtntaa fit eea4 .

CO.. i-w .. .. Oak Florida, did on the 7U day of deeMr.LUc It Ms keen ezamind h us and Ie .. felt d our u.......
FUCO ,CHEMICAL : .: : r November A. D. U", cane to be In. trM and eret
Ceeaer Street Next To Sttwrnaaee Democrat e*?posted under the laws of the.Statef 4ft- P. D.
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