Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00345
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1963
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00345
 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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Funeral ServicesOneal Revised Rules

J Jj Build Suwannee County.
j That residents of this county Boatright a native of

have a' vital. stake in every phaseof Suwannee County and resident of
economic activity here is recog- AaN Mayo passed away Tuesday at

nized. tip 3-30 p.m. in heart surgery at the USDA Pleads For Quality;

Thus it is just good business for J. Hillis Miller Health Center in .
us to sell at home trade at home I 0 Gainesville.Mr. Tobacco Must Be Matured%
and let no opportunity go by to s"'rr9. Boatright 47, was admit-
channels of ted to a hospital in Valdosta, Ga., ;'t'1
retain in business .
r8 i F $ zC4rW Suwannee will sell their
County fobse
t re heart ail- growers -
this county monies received for z two weeks ago a
goods produced here as well as ment. He was transferred to the! der new grade standards and revised market N tI""DIJ

services rendered. a 4 Health Center Sunday where an this season, according to the U. S. Department of Agri-
This is another way of statingour a ti attempt at open-heart surgery culture.

age-old plea to trade at : :. 16 M t wa failed to save his life. He had Official standard grades for flue-cured! tobacco ...::

home for only by following sucha Vy. been in critical condition for approximately designed by USiJ.vs AflltnralMarketing '

practice can this county con- + a.R a a week before his Sendee to plate rawe

tinue to grow and expand facilities ,, S death, relatives said. Tobacco MarketTo emphasis on maturity as a gride
for the comfort and welfareof Mr. Boatright a prominent Open July 25 determinant -"\6ffl be In effect

its people. w resident of this section was the for the first time as Georgia ad
Suwannee County's
Thru the years the Live Oak tobacco ?y, P" S owner of Suwannee Valley live- Florida tobacco auction meets
cured tobacco will on the
market has been the con- ) ,* stock Markets In Live Oak Mayo open next week. .
+ auction block Thursday, July
sistent leader in the Georgia- and Bell. O. R. Grange, Deputy DirMfM"

Florida belt for the high dollar : ;, He was president of the Flor- 25, Commissioner Conner of announced Agricul- of the Agricultural Mark__

for bright leaf. This just didn't ida Association of Livestock ture Doyle Service says the revised gradesare

happen. It came about by having Markets chairman of the La- Friday.Commissioner Conner's selec- designed to provide a set of

E_ qualified warehousemen to ope- fayette County Development Au- alternate 157 grades which will describe
:: tion, which was an
rate the floors here competent thority, and a member of the Na- flor- more accurately the quality of
date recommended by the
+ buyers representing all major tional Rivers and Harbors Con- every lot of tobacco which is offered -
.. ... ., i't ida Tobacco Advisory Board,
users of bright leaf and wholehearted gress. for inspection. Last season
will correspond with sales being -
support of the community. He was a member of the Live tobacco inspectors graded tob&eeo
t Suwannee River Authority spokesmen said blocked wall planned in Georgia.
a water over five feet high. The
This combination has made a Oak Elks Lodge and the Philadelphia according to 173 grades.
strong market here. this week that the Board of Conservation has con- dam was built as an experiment for the whole Baptist Church.Mr. The primary purpose of the U.

Thus by selling their leaf on cluded that the experimental dam on the Suwannee state to determine whether or not a limestone base Boatright is survived by Drivers Charged S. grades and grading service for

the local markets. Suwannee River near Suwannee Springs is a giant suc river would "hold water." Four-year-old Richard his widow. Mrs. Cornelia Boat- tobacco is to provide meaningful

County growers are assured of cess. Once completely submerged beneath the Westmark of Live Oak, in the foreground eyes the right; four sons Joe Harold information to growers to help

top prices and at the same time river's swift spring current, the low-water dam has turbulent waters at the foot of the dam. John, and Allen all of Mayo; his With Failure To them in Judging the quality and

have a part in the growth and parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Q. therefore the value of tobaeeo

betterment of the county. Complete OCS SchoolSuwannee Reds Could ClaimU. Boatright of Live Oak; and one Control VehiclesA which they are offering for _Ie.
brother, Johnnie Boatright of Grange said the new grades do a

Courtesy and friendly treat- 3 Residents Receive Branford. truck loaded with adults and better Job of distinguishing between -
ment of those who will be withus S. By Default Funeral services for Mr. Boat- children overturned Saturday on desirable less desirable
during the sales season can do right will be held at the Phila- the Beulah Church Road about and undesirable tobacco.

more to add prestige to Live Oak Commissions Sworn Into GuardThree WarnsMalcolm delphia Baptist Church at 4:30 3 or 4 miles west of Harrell's Sales Supervisor J. Marvin
than all the formal Johnson Thursday afternoon with the Rev.
promotion Store after failing to round a Phillips warned that the nev
plans of various groups. Promotion Suwannee County residents were 45 Vernon C. McDonald, pastor and sharp curve and only the driver grades for tobacco will hit hard at,
among B. Johnson, executive
is a necessary and continuing the Rev. A. M. Parker, pastor of low-quality leaf."Heretofore .
men of the Florida Army National Guard to be in sustained injuries.
: sworn editor of the Tallahassee Democrat -
thing and should always be the Mayo Baptist Church officiating -
the government.
as Second Lieutenants Sunday morning at Camp Blanding. told members of the Live Glenn Wade Duncan who was
done to boost sales here. But a : behind the wheel is still in the grading service had a higher sup-
The commissioning of these officers was part of an im- Oak Rotary Club Monday that the
Mr. Boatright will lay in state '
friendly word here and courtesy The port price and what the buyers
: Suwannee County Hospital.
]pressive graduating ceremony for Officer Candidate Class United States could slip from its at the Mayo Baptist Church from "
visitors move
treatment there as refused went into stabttteation.
other people who were riding in
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about our city adds lustre and Number Two of the Florida 187th Armor, the Lake, City socialist"subversion trend into by acquiescenceor communismby 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Thursday, the truck'*were taken to the hos- he said. "But this year govern-

prestige. Guard. Guard unit was Rual M. Chand- default". and at the Philadelphia Church pital. :X-rayed and released.: ment grades ar 5ta t :; 'rt-duJed"."" -.k
Commissioned and assigned as
of from 2 until time for funeral
where every citizen pjn. >>
This is officers of Company A, 1st Battalion ler Jr.. of Branford.Lts. Failing to insist that the fund- services. Deputy Sheriff Cecil Bonds '.plllliponed) growers that
the community is 'needed and can 187th Armor the unit at Dickman and, Oliver attended amentals of free enterprise pri- said there were three persons rid- only ripe and properly bandled
have a tangible part in community Burns Funeral Home of .Mayo ing in the cab of the 1961 Ford tobacco will bring good prices
1 OCS as members of the vate property and human rightsare
Live Oak were Otto F. Dickman is in charge of
building. m and Walter B. Oliver in. Live Oak company and Lt. adhered to as provided by the .arrangements. pickup ,and three or four in the year while slick, poor-grade to./]J
Courtesy and friendliness Commissioned and assigned to Chandler asa- member of the constitution and surrender of back when the mishap occurred. bacco will go lacking. if

i should be constant community Headquarters Company 1st Bn., Lake City unit. rights to a strong central govern- Confesses Bonds said the steel-ribbed top County Agent Paul Creww urged
attributes. However during tobacco Lts. Dickman and Chandler ment could bring about the pre- Negro covering the back of the truck farmers to mature their tobdfceo

sales the need is greater plan to attend ANACDUTRA at diction made by communist lead- apparently kept the 9 to 15 year adequately rather than rush to

for'-opportunity is larger. city C Of C Board Makes Fort Stewart Ga.. with their ers that the red flag would some When Faced With old youths which were in the back gather it and get it to market.
l jf each resident of 'units later this month. Lt. Oliver day fly over this nation and from being crushed. Crews said there will be a
_ determines that 1963 will be the Quarterly Meet PlansThe has been excused for the camp would be flown by Americans Bonds reported that he charged clean-up sale at both Georgia and

:, most friendly year in our existence Board of Directors of i period. themselves. Lie Detector TestA Duncan with failure to have his Florida markets to take care of

,, then Live Oak will continueto the Chamber of Commerce The candidates spent two two- Decrying the liberal trend this vehicle under control and having i farmers with late toba eo.
hold the top spot as a marketing Tuesday made plans to hear an week periods and eight week end nation has followed in recent Negro field hand who attempted no drivers license. The most important change in

I, and shopping center. address from Don Fuqua Ninth assemblies at Camp Blanding attending years, Johnson called for a returnto to break into a house the new standards is the added

District Congressman, and the OC School. Their fundamentals and conservative : Friday morning was arrested by I Lillian Whitefield Howell colored weight given to maturity aDd teaf'

I am extremely proud to see I serve a barbecue chicken din- study began last summer and extended thinking.The sheriff's deputies and city police lost control of her car on structure as grade determining
three more Suwannee County and confessed his guilt on the I'
in the National Guard factors.
inc ner thruout a one year period. Tallahassee editor calledon the Nobles Ferry Road runningof
men begin careers as officers Armory Aug. 6 at the Cham- Another Live Oak guardsman, his bearers to make their voice threshold of a lie detector test fthe side of the road and All 3-letter and other straight

the Florida National Guard.Rual It ber's quarterly meeting. Daniel J. Hicks is now attendingOCS heard and not to hesitate to takea .at the county Jail. causing $750 damages to the auto. grades will be required to be

was a thrill Sunday to see Guests will include tobacco at Fort Benning Ga.. and positive stand in the battle to The man was Victor Tobin of Bonds said the woman's auto ripe and to have! at least a firm

Chandler, Jr.. Freddie Dickman buyers warehousemen, govern- is expected to graduate August 11. halt further inroads into private Dlinols, a watermelon and tobacco I careened off the left side of the leaf structure. The Agricultural

I and Walter Oliver have pinnedon ment graders, and associated He will also be assigned to the enterprise and human dignity. worker. Tobin was charged road for 250 feet, sailed over a Marketing Service says that ceaajining -
the gold.bars of a second lieu- persons and their families along Live Oak unit and will fill the Johnson was presented to the with:! breaking and entering with 9-foot-wide concrete drainagewell both ripe and fairly ripe

tenant. with chamber members and one officer vacancy that now ex- club by Joe Sharpies program intent to commit larceny and barely missing a large oak tobacco into the same grade -
This county's reputation as a' their families. chairman and president Joe Da- placed under $750 bond, the depu- as done in the past was not
well known ists.Five
site is
National Guard S. T. McDowell chamber other Live Oak guardsmenare vis presided. ty said. tree.Bonds estimated the damagesto satisfactory because it allowed too

thruout the state and to see president, will preside over the" enrolled in Officer CandidateNo. Medandntabout au..scfro. ntybe Deputy Sheriff Cecil Bonds the car at $750. No one was wide a range in quality. This was
f young men go up the ladder is a event. ( 1 Continued on Page 8)) si.seve said Mary Sands colored called injured. indicated by a wide variation in
great deal of pleasure to Gentry the sheriff's department around I
The woman was charged with the market prices for these
White Mahone Rees, Albert Dur- J' ; thata '
..: ; 3 a.m. Friday and reported failure to have her vehicle under grades.No.. ,
i reel George Dale and I, for as Now 1,000 CuuomeraCity's man had, attempted to climb control. ( 3 Continued on Page 8)),
senior officers who began careersin Bonds said an investigation of
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the local unit some years ago. (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)
we are proud to see such fine Gas System Off
youngsters continue the tradition Pays Board Of Trustees Approve :

handed down by civilian soldiers, ., ., Dr. Wilton R. Kane -

who since the creation of the One accommodation for per cent of the city's gas customers discovered since, the system has To Practice Here New High School Principal
,county have been ready for service which the city can well be use the fuel for purposes oth- been installed (a tribute to the
Dr. Wilton R. Kane, MD a native -
when needed. proud is its everexpandingnatural er than heating. engineer's close inspection whileit of Crescent City recently The Board of Trustees for the Live Oak schools last

That six other local young men gas system that is With this growth in the num- was being installed. began medical practice here as week approved the hiring of Leroy Bowdoin, principal of

are now in commissions the process of qualify-the rapidly becoming self-sus- ber of customers and increaseduses Occasionally however an unsuspecting an associate with Dr. James F. Port St. Joe High School in Port St. Joe, as supervising

ing for assures taining.The for natural gas throughout citizen will dig ,into a Dietrich.Dr. principal here. .
continued position of Live Oak
and .Suwannee County in National which was put into I the year, the system will con- gas line. Kane, who for the past Bowdoin, who has,12 years experience as a principal
system, tinue to grow and pay its own According to Rees this hap-
Guard circles. operation in November of 1960, way without ,subsidy from local last several years has been a surgical will assume the post vacated bY
pened in a big way winter.
enough to resident with the Duval County former principal Ralph Hall,
last grossed pay
year taxes the superintendent ex-
He said a man was bulldozing a
Hospital moved to Live Oak on who resigned at the end of the
interest and principal payments, plained.
Luraville cut
yard near a
SHS Band ConcertSet of the salaries July 8. past school term.
and goodly portion
a Rees said 'the engineers gave small leak into the main pipe from Jefferson teaching
He graduated
For Thursday of the four city employees the city an experimental rate line that feeds the city from Flor- The new principal's
the Medical College in Philadelphiain experience began in 1946. After
to department.
assigned gas without a minimum charge
The Suwannee High School ida Gas Transmission Company'struck 1956 and received his bachelor's a hitch in the infantry during
Built at a cost of $440,000. the something that had never been F/ w
Summer Band will present its degree from the Universityof World War II (1940-45), he accepted -
system will pay for itself with- done before to the best of his The action was swift.
second concert this Thursday Florida.Dr. a teacher-coach position
out cost to the taxpayers according knowledge.
evening the Courthouse lawn The city work crew rushed to Kane is married and has, with Allentown High School in
to Mahone Rees super- Consequently the city's gas the scene with several long sec-
starting at 8 p.m. two children. Milton where he worked for three
The program will feature intendent of public works. The customers are not compelled to tions of 36 inch pipe, welded the .. until entering graduate
system is to be paid for within pay a minimum rate. This is a sections together pumped the years : :
music by Leroy Anderson, selection FHP To school at Florida State Univer- ;
of famous-Strauss melodies 30 years with one installment per particular convenience people pipe full of gas at 1.000 pounds Jaycees, sity in 1949.
i year. who use gas only for heating; connected the big Hold U
ia and operatic favorites pressure pipe Safety CheckThe Upon receiving a master's degree -
In addition Rees said the city's they are not required to pay a to the feeder line, and supplied
Raymond, Faust Carmen, and Junior Chamber of Com- in school administration
William TelLThe gas rates are competitive with all minimum rate when they are not all of Live Oak with gas for six merce Tuesday will conduct an Bowdoin became principal of the

band will play a selection other natural gas rates in the using gas during the warm hours in mid-winter while the automobile safety check in Carabelle Schools in Carabelle

of the best known Irish melodies state and lower than most of months. leak was being repaired. front of the Suwannee County supervising grades 112. In 1953 :
and several Latin-Ameri- them.. The rates are set as low as The gas system is a hidden Rees pointed out that the man Courthouse. he moved to Port St. Joe where i I ILegion

can numbers they possibly could be and still complex of steel pipe buried un whose bulldozer blade puncturedthe The Florida Highway Patrol- he worked until now.

Soloist for the evening will maintain the system Rees said. derground.30 miles This system involves pipe line could have met witha will assist Jaycee members in Bowdoin graduated from Elba :

be Gary Grant, trumpeter who : He added, however, thathe line of steel-wrapped trunk- fiery death if the puncture had this program which is offered High School Elba, Ala. He received -
will play Trumpeter's Lulla felt the system would turn out a pipe: 25'miles of1 inch been larger. If the pipe had been as a public service. Auto equip- his bachelor's degree from LEROY BOWDOIN
by" by Anderson. The concert profit during the coming fiscal service line, and 1,000 meters in severed the resulting rush of gas"under ment to be checked will include Troy State Teachers' College

I will close with several well year. as many locations 1,000 pounds pressure sure- brakes, lights turn Indicators Troy, Ala., in 194T and his masters and the Curriculum Development -
known marches. He expalined that the system had Rees said that to dates the city ly would have turned to flames reanriewi mirror and degree from FSU in 1951. Committee of Florida.

Y In case of rain the concert served 1,000 customers, during bought sold and delivered upon, contact with the bulldozer horn. The 47-year-old Bowdoin Is a He Is a member of the :Methodist

will be 'held ,on the following the past year, which was again- 38,214,000 cubic feet of natural engine,. Rees d."l"be result The safety check will begin member of Rotary, Florida .Educational Church.
:Thursaay.._ gas. He pointed out ..that' only could have been a fire1 ban as at 10 -CODtJD1Ie'tmtf)
% .of 149 over 1961rIn;addition, 53 two-main "5 '' a.m.. .'" Association, Secondary Bowdoin is married and has
line leaksha : vebeen high as City SalL; 530., :F.m.: .. Principals Association, American .,three ch1idleD.a .

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: "In The Heart Of The Suvannee River Valley" 4
.k. Suwannee
BANNER Consolidated LEADER County '

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

I Louie C. Wadsworth ...............:............................ Publisher FrontBy

'I Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor eII.p? 1923"-- 1938-r-1953 By DON FUQUAU

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor a '. U S. Congressman

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager By E. From The 'FUes Of The +

Second Class Postage Paid At live Oak Florida Conner'Waterpollution t
Tobacco Bill Passed service in the House.
SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4.00 The House of Representativespassed I had the privilege of succeeding -

RATES'Outside Suwapnee County $5.00 has become one 1I) SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Monday of this week my Congressman Slices as Representative -

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance of the most important problems bill on the lease and transfer of of eight of the coun-

troubling our state and national tobacco acreages. This is the first ties in his eld district, my district

MEMBER OF officials wno are concerned with : Years- 1923 bill which I introduced which has also encompassing five of those
forty Ago - -
SUWMNNEc conservation of natural resources. been passed into law, and I am formerly served by Congressman
A. following is an exerpt not vote a sufficient amount to
Florida Press Association The :
COUNTY Among the most recent head- very glad to report this action Bill Matthews.
resident's' letter quotedby keep this school the accredited
I X HAMBCT aches that have developed in regard '- from a since it means a great deal to our Members of the Florida Dele
, a SUWANNEE COUNTY yCOAM4EQC the Democrat in its July 12, list I shall send my son to out in this brief
to water is the failure of tobacco farmers. gation pointed
1)0 ]
Chamber of Commerce sewage disposal .facilities to 1923, edition: some accredited high school next This bill provides for another tribute that Congressman Sikes
here is in term. I think this would be
; "Our school system
handle adequately the modern two-year extension on the pro- I has now served longer in the
financial con- if he expects to to
a most deplorable necessary go
detergents that have largely replaced gram to allow a tobacco growerto I House of Representatives than
dition. Sometime ago an electionwas West Point in 1924. I
old-fashioned soap.I lease several small tobacco any other FtorMian.
Why fiot Develop A ? called to raise the sub school On the following Tuesday the In 1917 when the late
Spring recall hearing, not long ago, acreage allotments and combine StephenM.
tax to 8 mills, and it seems that people voted overwhelmingly to
,..- a TV commercial for one of the them into an economically feasi- Sparkman of Tampa retired
Why can't Suwannee County have no effort was made to explain the raise the school millage to an from the House after 11
a public recreational "new, improved" liquid cleaners ble plot. This program has proven terms
( development on one of the springs that dot its which closed with a cheerful voice financial condition of the school, eight-mill levy. to be overwhelmingly favoredby and 22-years of service, he estab-

borders along the Suwannee River? stating ", and it keeps sudsing except to a few people and a the farmers themselves, and lished a record which was to
of all classes Fire Sunday morning at 1:30
This question has been asked recently by an ever- and sudsing and sudsing and great many taxpayers to anything that o'clock destroyed,Joe Hambrick'sbarber has meant a great deal to our tobacco stand for 45 years, until the cur-
increasing number of residents of this county. We have sudsing" until it faded out. were opposed: industry. rent session of Congress began
would increase taxes, which now shop on the east side of
asked the I could imagine how that would This bill has now passed the and Bob Sikes began his 23rd
same question of ourselves many times in the total 62 mills. Ohio Avenue. The contents of the
and make water pollution control officials Senate and now goes to the year of service as a Florida, Con-
past, wondered why more vigorous leadership from "I did not know anything building were consumed entirely.
shudder, because it's the President for his signature to become gressman.He .
local officials has not been forthcoming. about the financial condition of Total losses were estimated at
suds, or foam, that are causing law. was elected to the Congress
Steps have been taken which the school but decided there $8,000. The building was owned
reserve encouragement.. ,
much of their trouble today. Bob Sikes Honored 1940 at the age of 33 when
The .board of county commissioners early this in- might be a just cause for a raise by-the Lewin estate, and sustained -
year Suds may be wonderful for I had the privilege of leadingthe Florida had five Congressionalseats
structed the county attorney to initiate proceedings to acquire washing dishes and clothes but and I succeeded in getting several considerable damage as didKaill's Florida Delegation in a tributeto becoming Dean of the

Little River Springs near Branford, presumably for they keep on developing long after people who were going to vote Cafe and Ben Aaron'smercantile Congressman Bob Sikes on Delegation in 1961, and seeing the

such a development. In addition, the county park board, the wash water is flushed for three mills to vote for five. establishment which Tuesday of this week as we recog- delegation rise to 12 seats todayNo.
But much divided adjoined the barber shop on
the people so
s appointed by the commission, has been pursuing a possible down the drain.You've that a majority was not secured either side. nized his more than 22-years of ( 1 Continued on Page 7)

E development of Charles Springs. We understand that a probably been readingof for any of the rates voted The fire originated In the bar-

set of finalized plans for this proposed development has places where drawing a glassof for and now another election has ber shop and was confined to I Ten Years Ago - 1953 .
water from the kitchen tap is
been drawn, and International Paper Company, owner of like drawing a stein of beer in a been called for the purpose of that building, and the damage to Live Oak's annual tobacco 'fire here Thursday when they

the property, has agreed to give the county long-term bar. It has a "head" of foam on trying to get the people to vote a the other buildings was caused celebration on August 18 which snuffed out a blaze on top of the

lease for a public development on the springs. it because some detergent has sufficient amount to maintain the mostly by smoke and water. promises to be the granddaddy of Texaco storage fuel tank. Workmen -

With the summer of 1963 half over, however, we are penetrated to the drinking water Live Oak school on the same high I them all will feature Ernest Tubb, I were using an electric paint

chagrined to conclude that these plans have become the source and, as the TV commercial plane of efficiency that it has C. H. Tedder president of the Cousin Minnie Pearl, and the 'scraper on the tank when it burst

subject of huge discussion and little action. said, it just kept on "sudsingand been run on for the past several Suwannee River Improvement Texas Troubadores.Red into flames.W. .

By contrast, take a look at the excellent develop- sudsing and sudsing" ad in- years. Association, received a letter from Foley, a popular hillbillystar
"The budget made up for the the United States district engi- scheduled to perform at the
ment at Hart
Springs built and the Gilchrist finitum.
operated by
S. Ware, Branford pharmacist -
school that
next year looks very slim neer stating arrangementshave festivities, was confined to his
County of commissioners. to me, most especially the amountset been made to place a dredgeon bed by physicians and will be unable and drugstore owner, was appointed -
Gilchrist County, the smallest in the state in termsof Latest reports indicate the big I aside to run the Live Oak the Suwannee River early in to attend. by Gov. Dan McCarty tc

population, can well be proud of the fine recreational chemical manufacturers are I school. In fact, it can't be run on August, under the allotment of a four-year term on the Florida

facility it has provided for its citizens. Undoubtedly, the breaking their necks to develop I that amount, and as I see it, the $13,000 that,Congress allowed for Beauties both married and State Board of Pharmacy. The

finest and most complete public development on the Su "soft" detergents that will be school must be maintained on the the improvement of the river single will be allowed to com- young Branford druggist will be
wannee River Hart is completely "biodegradable" in I of from Branford to the Gulf of the youngest man ever to serve
Springs a playground center for same high plane efficiency even pete for the Suwannee Valley
swimming, camping, and boating. In addition, it has other words they'll be destroyedor I. though we have to vote the Mexico. Queen title in the beauty con- on the state board.

t ample facilities for family picnics or reunions, a numberof digested in normal sewage disposal limit 10 mills. In case we doTwentyFive test to be held during the tobacco -
plant or septic tank opera I McAlpin upset the Live Oak Independents -
which have been held there this year. celebration this year.
I Years Ago - 1938 last year's Suwannee
There is no need to describe Hart Springs in detail, tion.The suds problem has become The Junior Chamber of Com-
however since the vast Announcement was made here when a sale of five million pounds merce announced yesterday thatas River League Champions, Sunday
majority of Suwannee Countiansare
such pollution that
a menace a before last by a 11-7 score. Mc
familiar Wednesday afternoon that the with a single set of buyers stamped many of the married farm girls
with the development. It is unfortunate that bill In Congress
proposes banningthe
Alpin has the locals jinxed.
business property west of Suwan- this city as an outstanding are just as lovely as their single
our citizens have to travel all the to Gilchrist sale and of
way County use detergentsthat parently. They have lost only one
nee Street fronting on Howard center of bright leaf. counterparts the contest would be
to enjoy recreational facilities that our county has nothing cause them. The chemical Street had been sold to the Sin- open to them this year. of their last two games with Luc

to compare with although it could. industry wants time to get the clair Refining Company and that The Baptist Missionary Society Oak.

Building such a facility is not an expensive propositIon new "soft" products on the mar- the oil company would begin con- met Monday afternoon at the Albert E Durrell, a native of

relatively.Gilchrist ket and solve the problem itself. struction of a master service station Parshley House for a regular Live Oak, was promoted to lieu- Live Oak's contingent of national -

County began its Hart Springs development The mane leading manufacturers hopeto on the plqt in the near fu- business meeting and Royal Ser- tenant colonel and named adju- guardsmen returned to

moderateIY' "zing county labor and equipment as tion new regulatory legisla- vice program. tant of the 48th Infantry Division their homes Sunday and Monday

possib"gBuildings and facilities added unnecessary. ture.The land involved in the deal Mrs. George Burnette was in composed of Florida and after a successful two-week field
much as
From Germany comes word of : business meeting at Pert McClel-
included several buildings between charge of, the Georgia national guardsmen.Fire training period
'\ ,over a period of time as the county could afford them. a' new, low-foaming detergents
Suwannee Street and the |and Mrs. Harry Kunert chairmanof lan, near Anniston, Ala. The local
/ /:/Additional i buildings are still being erected to accommodate made from a sugar base, that are Nehi Bottling Plant. Structuresnow Circle Two, had charge of the Chief Luke Haddon and unit joined other contingent'

1'1,f" the growing crowds that flock to the development, 10 Oper cent biodegradable. The located ,on the tract must be program given by members of the I I the Live Oak Fire Department I.I of the 48th Armor Division is'rthe

numbering in the thousands on holidays. Today, the claim is made the new producthas removed. circle. avoided another dangerous gas camp period.

r county likely has little more than $30,000 invested in all detergent action comparableto
the "hard" type, now Germany's -
of the development's physical facilities. EarUsh Sasser son of Mr. and ,
if jl In our view this county, through vigorous and intelligent biggest seller, which will Mrs. J. D, Sasser of this city and 2 :1 ; -
be banned there after October 1
ts development of its springs, has a golden opportunity former captain of the Suwannee __

to get the ball rolling on private developments along the 1964There's Bulldog eleven was honored by Y

portion of the Suwannee River that rings its border. And Lions Clubs of Southern Florida. .Z. H
another possibility for
I r most everyone in this section agrees that private invest- the this week.
solving detergent suds prob-
Sasser, who grew to manhood in
ments the river have
along a potential that is long over- lem, however. Chemurgic Digest this city was named district leader -
due in its realization.But .
reports a California chemical
of Lions Clubs. He is now In
our primary and immediate concern is to see one company is developing a foam Oakland, Calif., attending the F.

of our springs developed for the people of this county, "recycle" process which give bac- annual convention of the organi- .k': 4

rather than for a tourist attraction. Tourism will follow teria in a sewage disposal plant zation. ';:

but let's put ourselves first. more time to degrade _the alky- _

This county has lagged behind far too long in living I lates from synthetic detergents. Rotarians at their weekly

up to its responsibilities in recreation. Surely there can "Contrary to widespread belief luncheon Monday noon receivedDr. :; a k
says the report, "the alkyl-
be valid for further
no excuse delay. John E. Evans, Baptist minister -
t benzene sulfonate now used in
is' and Clarkson J. Beall, man-
detergents completely biode-
ager of the Plant Reduction Cor- :
gradable IF the bacteria can workon

New Weapons Against Racketeets it long enough." poration Tsacrios, into club and membership.Mike Jimmie C.. ,yy .. ; ,

Thanks to the 1963 for Hill renewed their membershipsafter %t
legislature enacting stronger While on the subject of water, r
laws to deal with home repair and shell home racketeers.The I noted recently a report abouta an interval of some time on R
leaves of absence. .
new laws will help stem the flagrant ,swindles that Texas farmer in a semi-arid <,;_,., ., '' v.
"<' w.
have been perpetrated on unsuspecting citizens of this region who has won a suit claim- r ,.. '<. >, ':, oldest and largest tobacco -
county and the state. ing an income tax depletion allowance Florida's
market is ready for open-
Some of the bills aimed primarily at crooks in the for the deep-well water '
sales ,
he to ing of the season
uses irrigate his
business, would also affect legitimate savings and loan associations Miners and oilmen crops. warehousemen declared early this 4 -
banks, finance companies, retail establishmentsand sort of allowance on the theory morning.

reputable builders. These groups naturally opposed that a mineral they get out of Live Oak's six largest floors

,some of the legislatidn. Defeated ,were such bills as revised the ground is a wasting asset. will begin receiving bright leaf 4

"retail installment sales act," a "contractor's licen- The Texas farmer appears to have tomorrow for the auctions to begin M

sing act," and a bill giving county commissioners the powerto proved at least to one court's Thursday, July 28, 'at-9 ajn.

make licensing laws.Unfortunately ,satisfaction, that in his case the The market is more than dou-

it is nearly impossible to draw legisla- I water taken out of the ground ble in size that of last season

tion that affects only a limited factor of business, as legislators should be classed as a "mineral"and

discovered. But because of the crookedness that is entitled to the same treat-

had been occurring in the home building and repair busi- ment and iron.for tax purposes as oil, coal, Smcannee DemocratSubscriptions --------

I ness it was necessary to institute these laws. Walk behind it. You'd better keep up a farmer came right out and said, "It's
Among the new bills expected to curb the activitiesof
The revolutionary changes tak- pretty good pace for the Lilliston travels the finest piece of equipment I've ever
the swindlers who have bilked the public and given the ing place in agribusiness .. ..
old laws the horse laugh are-there: expected to bring about wide todayare Here is a list of new subscrip-renewedto fast.The important thing is what's miss- had on my farm." "

1. A criminal ,statute connected to the mechanics spread changes in the economic tions the and Suwannee subscriptions Democrat from ing. Peanuts.They're all in the tank or

lien law that makes prosecution for embezzlement much and political..patterns- of Amen July 5 to July 12. the bag. Oh, there may be a few here One thing's for sure. The Lilliston Peanut *

easier for frauds that are frequently pulled by unscrupulous can life. "" "--- ._ and there in the hay, but the Lilliston Combine is a tried and true moneymaker -
The importance and influ- NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
the field practically bare. We've that off handsomely m
2. A criminal statute that makes it a felony to ence of farmers and farm production Bill Montgomery L. O. pays

"steal" a mortgage. The law did not cover this befor are dwindling rapidly, Arneta B. Sandlin, Chattahoo- seen a lot of implements in our time, but faster,better, cleaner harvests year after

3. Penalties attached to the notary public law, making whereas the influences of the chee there have been mighty few that have year.There is nothing like it in the field
-it a felony for a notary to acknowledge the signature phases of, financial the great and agribusiness industrial Eustis E. Greene Limona done their jobs as perfectly as the Lillis -not even close.Just give us the chaaee>
Hattie Rt.. L. O.
I Elmore.
of a person unless that person is actually in his presence. I complex are swiftly rising. MadisonSUBSCRIPTIONS ton. Certainly none in peanuts. One to prove it.
C. G. Howell. _
This will curtail of the unethical '
seriously some activitiesof Recent statistics show however

.no ries. Heretofore, they were immune to criminal 'I that farmers use more petroleum RENEWEDJoe ;

prosecution. for their official ,acts. f I products than any other indus- Sherard. Antlers Okla. peanut-profits-whererer

4. Legislation enabling county commissioners to establish tryand more electricity than W. R. Meeks,. Oxnard AFB,

building codes. Chicago, Kansas City. Detroit Col.

In spite of the obstacles placed in their path by opponents Houston and a'half'a dozen other D. C. Ball, Memphis, Tenn. -.UllUton.---Peanut Equipment Is produced by LHUston Implement Company, manufactures of
and the amazing Rolling Cultivator.
.of these measures, the legislation has done a good major cities combined. They also Seldon McCullers. L. O. worldfamousrotary cutters

job in moving to curb the home racketeers, ,and has given use four'times as much mechanical Dr. Donald Burch, L. 0. ....
horsepower as all U. 8. factories Mrs. W. M. Clayton, OrlandoC. "
our law enforcement officers something to work with in
put together.Dent D. Williams Newberry '
offenders behind bars. FARMERS IMPLEMENT COPhone3622571
I Dr. R. L. Brinkman, L. O. :
The public should get acquainted 'with, these new forget that drive"s' license : Brownie Hughes, Hawthorne

laws, and be ready to"take advantage of-the added-pro If you'were,born in an odd Newton C. Walker. Branford : E. He..ud .

:tection offered whentheneed arises. / .. numbered d year. Ju1y'a'galn g' ut. W.'D. Gunter Orlando __ ..
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Miss Woodcock Weds Mrs. Hicks Shower VIrs., Lundy Hostess\ Here And There I

Jack JenkinsSharon Honoree FridayFriday To Church CircleThe

Lucita Woodcock and evening Mrs. Frank Helen Parshley Circle of

Jack Jenkins were united in mar- Futch Jr., and ,Mrs. Danny B. the Firrt Baptist Church met Maj. and Mrs George W. Allen tha of Fort Lauderdale and Mr.

tlCLARA riage July 10 at Statenville Ga. McCrimon entertained in the Monday afternoon in the homeof Jr. and children of Huntsville and Mrs. James Page and obM.

i The bride is the daughter of Futch Mrs. Dick Lundy with nine Ala. spent a few days here dren. Ebbie and Beth of Them
home of Mrs. on Marymac
Mr.and Mrs. L.E. Sheely of Rt. 4.. with stork shower hon- members present. recently with his mother. Mrs. asville Ga.
Street a
Lake City and Robert H. Wood Daniel Hicks. The devotional was given by George Allen Sr. Miss Ann Camp of Jasper spent
cock of Springfield. HL. and the oring Mrs. Mrs. Charles Johnson and was The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Crews Monday and Tuesday with Miss
S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor On a console table near the and daughter Marie of Port Angeles -
granddaughter of Mrs. Vena M. : taken from I John. Mary Jane Futch.
entranceto the home was a cres-
Wash. arrived Monday
Stillwell and the late John H. Miss Mary Cleveland read the Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker
cent design of pink:; glaidoli which July 8. to spend a month with his
Stillwell Sr. of Wellborn.The minutes of the previous meeting and sons Rusty Rodney Andy,
Lovely Tea Given Saturday Afternoon Honoring was reflected in the mirror over mother.Mrs. L M. Crews Sr.While
and Dan of
bridegroom is the son of and they were approved.The Houma La,. spent
the table. On the coffee table in here they will also visit friends
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins of this lesson lead- last week with Mr. and Mrs. Fain
Mrs. David Me Neill Jr. Of TallahasseeThe program a on .
the living room was a floral arrangement and relatives in Jacksonville.Ray .
Skinner and children.Mr.
ballroom of the Live Oak Elks Club was the set- city.Both attended Suwannee High of pink gladioli with Mrs.ership Johnson.training Mrs.was W.presente M. Jerni-dby Locke son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Hill and

ting Saturday afternoon, from four until six o'clock, fora dainty net poufs of pink inter- C. R. Locke is spending several daughters. Kay and Fran, of
School and will make their home with the flowers.On gan. Mrs. J. H. Leonard Miss weeks in De Funiak Springs with
tea honoring :Mrs. David R. :McNeill Jr., of Tallahassee, in Live Oak. mingled Cleveland and Mrs. E. S. Conner. his grandmother and aunts. Smithfield, N. C.. spent last week

the former Miss Edith Hanson of Sanford, given by Mrs. arrangement the dining of table the was gladioli.a larger Refreshments were served by Mrs. Braxton Dennis and with Mrs. Hill's mother. Mrs. H.

the hostess at the close of the H. Hair Sr.
David R. McNeill Sr. daughter Miss Elaine Dennis
parasol the
The blue holding
Mrs. Ethel King and Jeff
On a long table in the foyer of Miss Haddon Feted gifts had pink gladioli florets meeting. left Monday for Miami where Walker -
was caught at the center front of Perry spent and
the club was a washed pewter they will sail for Nassau to spend Monday
with a bride's bouquet of carna- With Coke PartyMiss placed on the inner part. A basket Tuesday here with Mr. and Mrs.
container which held a several days.
Egyptian tions and lilies of the valley from was decorated with pink and Fain Skinner and
massed arrangement of peach Elizabeth Haddon bride- Miss Hurst Attended Mr. and Mrs. David McNeill Jr.. children.
white and at one end of the
which fell white satin streamers.The elect of Recent visitors
September 1, was honored of Mr. and Mrs.
gladioli. A silvertazza containerof of Tallahassee spent the week end I
single triple crystal candelabra with a Coke party given by Mrs. basket were booties and at the Admission WorkshopThe Ned Delegal were Mrs. K. D.'Baton -
peach gladioli and fern gracedthe here with Mr. and Mrs. Dave
other tiny baby dolls. The basket
holding the burning taperswas Groover and
Mrs. daughter
Hackney Kelly
University of Florida spon- Beverly, of
coffee table in the foyer. McNeill Sr.
placed at one end of the Weaver, and Mrs. Vernon Bales held wrapped toys each holdinga sored a college workshop on ad- Pompano Beach Mrs. Verne
Miss Vikki Decker
Greeting the guests as they arrived of Nashville.
table. Balancing this was the Saturday afternoon. July 6, at clue to the door prize which Clarch and daughter
mission to the college the Sharon of
during the appointed hours Tenn. spent the week end here
crystal punch bowl of green four o'clock, in the home of Mrs. was received by Mrs. Lavaughn July 8, with representativesof Belleville, Mich.. Mr. and Mrs.
were Mrs. C. T. Baisden. Mrs. Newbern. with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kennon.
punch on the other end. The focal Hackney. the major colleges and universities Charles Delegal and daughter
Alex McKeithen, Mrs. Alfred T. Miss Vikki Decker Miss Doro-
point of the tea was the tear Floral arrangements of red and Mrs. Hicks received a corsage Karen Ann of Oakland
Airth, Mrs. W. L. Tedder, Mrs. participating. thy Lee Cannon. Branch Kennon. Park
from the hostesses.To .
gladioli and other
drop cut glass compote which summer Mr. and Mrs. Marlon
Jack White, Mrs. C. V. Schoppe.Mrs. Twenty high school counselorswere and Reggie McNeill attended the Allison and
flowers used to the further out the motifof
were carry
held a predominately white arrangement children. Jay and Lisa
invited to attend this work- Jacksonville -
Dempsey, and Mrs. "Big Ape" Convention in Jack-
points of_interest. the party were miniature
of stock lilies of the par- shop. Miss Lonnie Bob Hurst and Mrs. DefegaTa &
Wadsworth.Mrs. sonville Saturday
Louie C.
Miss Haddon was presented a asols which were placed
on top
valley, carnations. Queen Anne'slace ter Mrs. Frank Fisher
counselor at Suwannee High of Chief-
and Mrs. T. Patsy DeSalvo of Ala.,
Harvey Perry Mobile.
skeletonized magnolia leaves, sterling compote by the hostesses. of the ice cream floats served land.
J.. Kennon presented the gueststo School, attended this workshop on and Lowette Joyner of Jackson-
pastel butterflies and nylon rain. Around thirty-five guests attended with cheese wafers during the a
the receiving line composed of the party. evening. college admissions. ville are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Silver trays of petit fours and .
the hostess, the honoree, and Jack White.
silver compotes of nuts were on Invited to be with the hostessesand Juhileer SingersTo
Mrs. A. B. Hanson mother of the Mr. and Mrs. Byron Jerrells of
honoree, Mrs. W. L. McManaway. the Pouring table. punch were Mrs. La- Jeffery Wayne Dees Hicks. Mrs. W.were L. Mrs.Anderson J. of L. Mrs. Foster Honored Perry were week end guests of Appear Sunday

and Mrs. L. M. Crews Sr. vaughn Newbern. Mrs. Paul Elliott Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Nick Bellville. Ga., Mrs. Johnnie Bern- With Bridal ShowerThe Mr. and Mrs. Fain Skinner and The Jubileer Singers of Jaeic-

Eight white seven branched of Merriett Island and Mrs. Dees announce the birth of a heim of Gainesville. Mrs. Dean Goodwill Club honoredMrs. children. They all visited the zoo sonville will appear at the Friend

candelabras with four baskets of E. Woodrow Crews of .Seattle son June 30, at Griffin Air Force Lewis Mrs. Walter Oliver m, John Foster former Miss in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. ship Suwannee Baptist Church

magnolias were placed around the Wash. Base Hospital, Rome N. Y. Mrs. Bobby Nelson Mrs. Jimmie Millie Kellogg with a bridal and Mrs. Joe Hill Smith Sunday from 3 pin. through the
room. The baby has been named Jeffery had as their guests last Thurs- evening services.
Jones Mrs. Jackie Smiley Mrs. afternoon, July
The guest book table held a shower Tuesday '
The long tea table was covered Wayne Dees. Winston Radford day afternoon, Mrs. Rosa Hay of The Rev. C .G. Travis pastorof
Mrs. W.
nosegay of white thistle down Wiley 9, in the home of Mrs. W.
with a pink cloth over which mums and pale pink carnations Mrs. Dees is the former Miss Grantham Jr., Mrs. George Day Hunter. Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Hay the church invites everyone to

nylon net was poised. The skirtATIlLETE'S accented with a three branched Dannie Jean Powell.Grandparents Mrs. John Paul Schneider. Mrs. Appropriate games were played and children Roselyn and Mar- ,hear this noted quartet sing.

candelabra. Presiding at this of the baby are Mattox Ward and Mrs. Lavaughn during the afternoon after which
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Powell and '
table were Mrs. J. Al Crews of Newbern. Mrs. Hunter served refreshments
HOW Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Severance .
IN 3 Atlanta Ga.. Mrs. J. H. Lang- to her guests.
all of this city.
If not pleased with strong instant-dry ston and Mrs. Joe Sharpies. THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
ing T4L. your 48c back at any drug Serving were Miss Marie Crewsof 3Irs. Roberts HostessTo
store. Watch infected skin slough off. Mobile. Ala., and Lowette Joynerof Card Of Thanks
Watch healthy skin replace it. Itch and Seattle. Wash., Miss Diane WSCS Circle Four Veneer-One Two Baths.
burning are gone. TODAY at LIVE OAK I Crews Miss Nancy Taylor Miss Jacksonville. I wish to take this opportunity or
and DRUG WISE'S CO.; KAYO'S DRUG in DRUG Jasper.in Jasper; Bobbi Davis Patsy DeSalvo of Others assisting were Mrs.\. Circle Four of the WSCS of the to thank all my friends for
Charles Locke Mrs. L. M. Crews First Methodist Church met Tues- the lovely cards letters phone FHA or CONVENTIONAL

Jr., Mrs. O'Donald Hatch Mrs. day evening. July 2, in the homeof calls gifts and flowers sent me Financing
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING Green Ross. Mrs.. Ralph Cox and Mrs. Doyle Roberts on Pearl
on my birthday, July 10. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
Mrs. Frank Haddon.
I also wish to thank the W.M.U.for .
ENGINEERS Providing the tea music were Mrs. T. J. Kennon presentedan
the lovely birthday party and Located
4 FOR LP OR NATURAL GAS Mrs. Aubrey Fowler Miss Eliza- interesting and informative the beautiful cake for which I Edgewood Subdivision.

We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw beth Haddon. and Miss Karen program on her visit to the U.N most grateful. SELECT YOURS NOW
blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs Perry. during her trip to Washington and am richest blessings
for LP and Natural Gas. New York with a group of Florida -May Contact
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the Methodist youths. abide with eac hand everyone of
customer prefers ,tot -- Sc.CL666 you is my earnest prayer.Sincerely .
>> A business meeting was conducted -

followed by the Mrs. Jacob Johnson

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Sponsored By Jaycees Advent Holds Mills Announces Theatre Company ]jl v Aesop's; 'Mouse' Fable-:' .

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Aesop's fable The Town mousehole hi the city. Saturday morning-
Annual 'Miss
Smvannee-County' Annual MeetThe Date ForCommittee'
Voing Mouse and the Country Mouse". Tickets are 50 cents for chil- Running time Is approximately

will'' come alive in play form for dren 12 and under, and 75 cents 50 minutes without an iateraussion. -

Contest Plans AnnouncedThe Advent Christian Churchof ASC the children of Live Oak this for adults. They may be purchased .
Beauty took forward stridesat
Live Oak i Saturday. July 20. from the Junior Club Women Mrs. Bill Bun president of

contest its annual meeting. July 10. J. B. Mills, Agricultural Stabi- The Merry Minstrels a touring, the Recreation Center and the the Junior Woman's Club, said
annual "Miss: Suwannee County" beauty unani-
when the congregation lization and Conservation Service seven actor children's theatre City Pool. Tickets will also be on the benefits received from this
sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce will beheld mously voted to accept the initial county office manager announced company will enact the fable at sale at the door Saturday morn- play will go to the Live Oak Recreation -

here Aug. 1, Jaycee President Robert Cason announced report and recommendations of today that the annual* electionof the Junior High School Auditorium ing. Mrs. Sara Futch. ticket Center Building Fund

't this week. the New Church Building Com- ASC toms iteemen will be at 10 ajn. under the spon- chairman asks all club membersto which has been set up by th-

The winner the. yearly! beauty pageant will receive mittee. The committee will con- held in August. sorship of the Live Oak Junior turn their tickets in to her by i, Junior Woman's Cfcfe.
, a trophy a $25 savings bond, ana guardian tinue to lead The' 1963 "election calendar" Woman's Club.
6. Parents or legal its needs in determiningthe
will represent Suwannee Countyin liability studying has been set and ballots will be As presented in this children'splay
the "Miss Florida Crown" must sign absolving waiver of the personal Live Oak community the growth entire church trends mailed to all known eligible voterson by Michael Hall, the fable FFA Boys Begin Forestry Training II
and in involving
for Jacksonville Field-
beauty contest set or about August 20. Voters will tells what happens to Betty
Chamber of Commerceand
Junior Rev. Nelson -
in the planning,
Beach Aug. 31, Cason said. the sponsoring firm from of the have until August 30 to return mouse a wise and thrifty mouse Three Suwannee County vocational -i est Service.
The runner-up in the contest liability. B. Melvin pastor their marked ballots to the ASCS from the country when she trav- agriculture students begana During the week the youtiw wilt>

will receive a trophy and an appropriate any church, said. county office, he said. els to town in a basket of vege- week's course in practical for- receive field and class instruction

momento. he added. To underwrite its expanding 'The "mail method" of balloting tables to visit her glamorous city estry training Monday at O'Leno in forest practices to help prepare

The ,Jaycee president noted I Pick Up Marketing program the membership voted a will be used again this yearas i cousin. State Park just north of High them for the task of managing
that all contestants will competeon budget increase of $3,020 over past experiencehas shown: Arriving a day early. Miss .Springs. their own farm woodlands.

beauty only. Each of the con- Cards, ASCS UrgesJ. last year's receipts. Without" WeekPlan" a that this method affords all farm Fieldmouse finds herself in the Suwannee County Future Farm- "Emphasis is placed on practical -
testants will appear individually B. Mills ASCS county office dissenting vote the ers the best opportunity to par- midst of a fancy party that her ers of America, selected by their forestry knowledge that the"
commitment .
before judges for a personal interview manager, said this week of personal ticipate in the elections. Of an cousin Mamie Vandermouse has local chapters to represent them students can use at home saidJ.

4 and make appearances in that 1963 tobacco marketing was adopted he said. increase estimated 1600 eligible voters in planned for several_ famous town are John H. Gamble and Ken-: E. Moore, camp director and

bathing suit, street dress, and cards will be 'available at the Reports show a substantial and Sun-- the county. 730 voted in last mice. She becomes the laughing- neth Bonds both of Rt. 4. Live chief of the Information & Edu-

evening wear.A ASCS office Friday about a in both church I year's election. An eligible voteris stock of the party because she is Oak. and Jimmy Fletcher of cation Branch of the Florida Forest -
and the
panel of three judges will week before the market opening day School attendance any person of legal voting age not familiar with the worldly Branford. Service.

I determine the winner via the date July 25. addition of twelve new members who has an interest in a farm or customs of the city. More than 250 Florida Future Courses in tropical forestry

; point system and their decision IVIills reminded flue-cured tobacco since February of this year.around ranch as an owner tenant or After man hilarious misadventures -i. Farmers of America are attendingthe gum fanning forest fire preven-

will be final Cason said. A possible growers that they must Prior to the meeting sharecropper and who is eligibleto she teaches the city mice 29th annual Florida Forestry tion and control farm forestry
f 25 points could be earned in present! their marketing card at seventy persons enjoyed a Dr. take part in: any of the Federal that "it is better to have acorns Training Camp. Wood-using industries hardwood control, reforestation
prepared by .
I each of the categories. the warehouse when their tobacco ous and farm- programs administered oy and grain in peace than cakes sponsor the camp divid- Christmas tree production and

1 Cason asserted that an official is weighed in. This is Donald Cates, Sheryl Tull.Folsom the farmer-elected committee.Also and ale in fear. ed into two single-week sessions, other forestry subjects fill the

4L entry blank for each contestant necessary in order for the tobacco Mrs. Mary Lena Hall deco- any person not of legal This adaptation of the fable and directed by the Florida For- (No. 4 Continued on Pare 8))
The Fellowship was
must be completed and returnedto to be identified by the voting age who is in charge of by Aesop Is written primarily to
rated for the occasion by Mr. and
i< Live Oak Florist, 5th and serial number on the marketingcard the farming operations on an en- delight children between 4 and
Mrs. Buford Sweat and Mrs. Otho
Houston Streets no later than when it is placed on the tire farm is eligible to vote. 12, but adults will also enjoy its
Scott with Mrs. Ronald Green as DANCEEVERY
5 pjn. July 25. warehouse floor since ware- Mills added. charm and humor. The actors
Two eight-by-ten glossy pic- housemen will not be in a posi- chairman of the clean-up com- Suwannee County is divided perform the play in colorful

tures of the contestant in a bath- tion to accept the tobacco un- mittee. into three communities for the mouse costumes and the settingis SATURDAY NIGHT
suit must be attached to the The following were elected to WITH THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES
ing less the marketing card is pre purpose of election procedures.The Mrs. Vandermouse's elegant
official application he added. sented. the Official Board: Elder Philip farmers and ranches in each FROM 9 TO 1

Cason said no entry fee for the Farmers who do not haul Griffin; Deacons John Cannon, community will elect a community Committee is responsible for the ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING
Robert Bixler
Cannon, Clayton,
contest Is required.In their own tobacco to the market committee. The members of administration of the various THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S
and Worth Deaconesses
order to qualify as a contestant should be sure to send their Naomi Bell. Rachel Bailer Ben- the community committees will Federal farm programs active in
each applicant must meet marketing card with the per- Conven-
nie Kunert and Mary Pearl then hold a "County : the county including the Agri-
the following criteria: son doing the hauling for them tion" where the County Committee cultural Conservation Program
Grantham; Trustee, John Jenk-
1. Single with no previous mar- he added. will be elected by the dele- Soil Bank Feed Grain Market-
ins; Sunday School Superintendent OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO
riage or marriage annulled. The county office manager gates from the community committees ing Quota on Tobacco. Cotton,
Clerk Sybil
I 2. Age on Aug. 1 shall not exceed also cautioned growers to inspect Assistant ; Mills continued.The and Peanut Programs.
25 years and not less than 16. their card after each sale Avery; Clerk Chriss ASC County Committee to

3. Must be a resident of Su- to see that all entries are correct Nobles; and Treasurer John Can- be elected, consists of three mem-

wannee County for six months and report any errors immediately non. bers and two alternates who will
.::1 prior to Aug. 1, or registered student to the ASCS county take office October 1, 1963 and

attending a school in this office and to be sure to return A wise man knows just how far I serve for a one year period thru OPp.IO"'. VAlue

county. the card to the county office to go and when to stop. September 30, 1964. The County ==:
4. Must be sponsored and when all their -
by tobacco has been _. __ h_ 0 ,'_ __ _. --------
represent a Suwannee County marketed. -
business or firm. Complete instructions are I IJ2.tl.R"NA I MISCELLANEOUSVISIT O FOR SALE
5. Entrant must be of good contained on the reverse side H A'LTII.: : fDS LITTLE ADS

character and possess poise personality of the marketing card. .
intelligence charm .
beauty of : a ftifelcl against :disease' J losses Machine machineless and cold guaranteed not to leak
face and
figure. (Office
Supplies at McCrimon's)
wave permanents given. Ope- Ottis Brown Motors. cdjj tf
Whatever the purpose you will rators Annie H. Mills Myr-
find Democrat classifieds do tice Croft and Frances John- FOR SALE-New and used plan

the job quickly and welL son. Phone 362-1831. cajj tf os. Frier Music CO.. North Ohio
; Ave., Live Oak,
Flies rob DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Septic tank and drain field 3622188.cajj tf

5:00 P.M. Tuesdays cleaning. Suwannee. Madison
: and Hamilton Counties. Call J.
? you of LOW RATE FOR RESULTS W. Darby Jasper after 6 pjn. WHILE THEY LAST

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA; ProfitsKill 3r cents per word with a cabj tf 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49
minimum of $1.00.
Phone 362-3111
LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With 5 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.98
Adults 50c Children 20c (All classifieds must be paid
Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply
Tax! Included fem in advance. I
98c. Cheek Drugs. paejj 4417WANT \ 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98

NEW SUMMER OPERATIONBOX Control 'em. ONE WEEK FREE i TO BUY Good clean 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6.98
MOVIE STARTS 2:00 .< Classifieds ordered for five hay. Call 362-1421 A. P. Hurst. 8 ft. Duro Stepiadder $7.98
Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and ; weeks run the last week free. pbjj 10-11
i Reopens 8:45 At Night
Attack profit-robbing, disease-spreading flies now! Use'a $4.00 will pay for a 28 word THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.

THRU SUMMER HOLIDAYS combination of Purina's research-proved fly killers. advertisement for five weeks. takes 423 N.W. Howard St.
I FARMERS: It money to
Fly control pays for itself many times over by keeping Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds I make money. See your cooperative Tel. 362-3075

THURSDAY-FRIDAY. JULY 18-19 t animals and birds gaining and producing at a normal rate for Proven Results. I PCA for a farmerplannedloan. cbeJ tt

right through fly time. Terms up to 7 years. See
... North Florida Production Credit -
Now's the time to see us for a variety of safe, effective easy- HELP WANTEDShort Association S. Ohio Ave., FOR SALE Cypress tobacco
CHUCK CONNORS ..?: to-use Purina Fly Killers that Kill Flies Like Magic. We 362-2588 Live Oak. Florid sticks at mill, one mile southof
":-" cabe tf Madison on State Road 14.
have the right combination to help solve fly control
you your
In .... .. order cook and other kitchen Phone 973-6334 after 7 pjn
-, problems. help. Apply Gold Leaf Restaurant GIRLIE RAOAN8, Madison
HOWLAND'S FEED; MILL Ohio and Howard i Fla. cfjj 6-11

,FLIPPERAlso __ :_ 362-1763 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Phone 362-2214. caB tf MONUMENTSWe
,. : FOR SALE Established small
;_ : ItaMftWVMSMAVWTHE SALES GIRLS High school have a complete fine of herd of registered Polled Herefords -

CARTOON 4 seniors and older wanted for monuments built to your speci- bred cows and heifers
NEWS .: . . . . part time work. Apply in per- fications and erected on your cows with calves and bulls!

-' son Thursday or Friday after cemetery plot. Priced individually or all. T. A

SATURDAY JULY 20 2:00 pjn. See Don Anspach Call or come by and see our Rowand and Son phone 362-
.. ..... Worth's Surprise Store. cajj 10 2360. tf
FAMILY display at 416 E. Howard Street. cajj
"eep : .j
WANTED Kitchen help for tobacco FOR SALE House trailer 1958

DOUBLE FEATURE season. Good wages plus JAMES B. DANIELS Marlette. 36 X 8 two bedroom

RORY CALHOUN ;; world's most complete !line! :;; bonus to those who work out Like new only $1996. See Madi-

the season. Apply in person FUNERAL HOMEcbej son Moye at Qibbs Shoe Store
In r Dixie Grill. cbjj 10-11 cge 10
of 4-wheel drive vehicles! tf

:. ....-.,................ .. .. .. ... ........ .............'.. WANTED Two first class wait- AUCTION SALE SaturdayAug.
THUNDER IN for tobacco season. An 10
CAROLINA .. resses at 1 p.m. at the Coh-
.. opportunity for experienced A FOR RENT seum Live Oak Fla. Selling 70

... Feature No. 2 -.. .. neat appearing girls who are Durocs 20 bred gilts, 30 open -
.. not afraid of work to make top FOR RENT one 2-room apartment gilts 20 boars. Write for

.. money during the busiest sea- and one 4-room apartment catalog. T. J. Haynes O'Brien

THE DAY MARS ,L : .. .. son in Live Oak's busiest res with private baths window Fla. eddh 10-13
.. .. taurant. Apply in person Dixie fans and plenty parking
Grill. cbdg 10-11 FOR SALE One >Behote snow
space. 213 N. Walker Ave.
INVADED EARTH : AIIH.'J"p'Wap er : .J..U.lnn... Phone 362-1074. cajj tf ball machine and equipmentCall
: .
Life is
........................ ...-..................... Reserve Insurance Co. 362-2219 or 362-1676.
happy to announce Mr. Jake FOR RENT Three bedroom pajj 10
CODY OF TIlE PONY EXPRESS NO. 1 CARTOON : ,- : Milligan has been appointedtheir place with large living room.
(Office Supplies at McCrimoa'ij
representative in Madison. Has finished wood floors, nice

: : .. County and surrounding area. location. Call 362-2935 or 963-
SUNDAY-MONDAY. JULY 21-22 We have one other vacancy in 2743. cajj tf Motor Rewinding

: : t : this district. You can earn
.. .. .. from $400 to $650 while pre- FOR RENT Furnished 3-room

----. DEBBIE REYNOLDS _, paring to be manager or su I apartment. Apply at Houck's Repairs and Rewinding
:. Forward" C rtrol'J.. 'Fe-no :. *ns.w'i..p'cl.dl.t.r.s :. pervisor. See Mr. Green Su kitchen 2 blocks west hospitalon Any Kind Electric Motor

"" ./_ In .......................... .. ......................... wannee Hotel, Live Oak Friday. old US 90. pbjj 9-10 Also Sales and Service

: : These authentic 4-wheel drive July 19, 8 am. to 11 am. CALL

:: MY SIX LOVES ) : : vehicles are performance cbef 10 LOST AND FOUNDLOST UcCoHen Telephone Electric- Day Motor 362-3278 Repair

.: -' .: proved over billions of miles,. HELP WANTED .- Woman to Night 3ft- *M
Also : : give extra years of service. work soda fountain at A & W One large jet black Tom 217 E. Howard 8t

CARTOON NEWS : : : and command highest resale: Drive In from 2:30 pm. to cat. Anyone knowing the Hunter Bros. Building

: value.These.-vehicles' feature 11:30 pjn. Apply In person. whereabouts of this cat dead or eabe tf
: Fenrard Cwrtr TJ.*9>FC4SO cajj 10 alive please notify Joe Hill

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY. JULY 23-24 ...........'...S............: the new Veep'Tbrnado' Smith. Phone 362-2603. pajj 10
OHO engine.Modern overhead 9 For Sale-Real Estate

.a camshaft design gives! HELP WANTEDMeat i

Cutters or Grocery FOR SALE _Two bedroom block
KING KONG ep' you extrapullingpowerless Men Age 20-40 that like For SaleAutomotiveFOR house in Pinewood Sub-Divis

vs.GODZILLA I": maintenance,and tetra feel' to work, call ion. Low monthly payments and
O w VEWCIES MADE ONLY BY economy,too I, --:=::=r- G&H FOOD STORE SALE My 1960 white email equity. Contact Joe Brin-

4 LAKE CITY. FLORIDA panel delivery truck low mileage aon. nc tf
,KAt.5'ER Jte.p CORPORATION .. Cf jj 9-12 almost new tires. Has had
( c-.. ta tar w niiim4i'rtlo. ....vI-j 'extra good care $900 cash. FOR SALE Three bedroom

Also ; Julian E. Cross. cajj 9 frame house air coadtttoaed,
Kaiser-Willys Preseata The Lloyd Bridges Show (Tnes 8:09 PJC.) WORE WANTED carport, utility room, the bath.

CARTOON NEWS FOR SALE 1955 .% tan ,Ford shower and tub 2 large corner

MOTT BUICK CO. LAWNS MOWED Call Hal pickup good condition", Call lots. 2 years old. Engfeskle Sub

.U. S. 90 West LIVE OAK, FLOBHA .', Bruce. 362-2487. cdjj 7-10 3622774. pajj 10 division. Call 368-3079. oajj U

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11: (PI gAi tedtti Mr. And Mrs. Philip M. Odom Aid For Gifted Students, Upgraded Tour Bulk Curing Scheduled- Unit -

Facilities Needed Speaker AssertsFlorida County Agent Paul Crews
said Tuesday that a tow of

\ WOMEN has no greater need today highly trained people. And the bulk tobacco curing units fa
:! than increased financial aid I state's colleges and universities scheduled for Saturday. Interested

for gifted students and upgraded must be equipped to supply adequately farmers are invited to
facilities in its colleges designedto the needs of Florida's meet at the Chamber of Commerce -

-----1{ CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor keep pace with the times a growing industrial complex. Building before 3 p.m.
junior in the University of FlorIda Douthat said he felt the best Crews said the tour wiil include -

y, i o told Kiwanians last week. preparation for college was a well comparisons between balk
., Jernigan Family Meets For ReunionThe I / John Douthat student trainee rounded high school curriculumwith and conventional type carers."

annual' family reunion of Springs; Mrs. Wanda Bond andEthel Ax with the Soil Conservation District emphasis on use of reference The agent noted that many
Mike Mary 'c i' M. tools rather than memorization.He farmers are interested in bulk
the late W. C. Jernigan was held Marie. Buddy. asserted that the state's
at the home of W. W. (Billy) Lou, and Susan of Lake City; : youth is its greatest resource. And added that most of the students curing units but confused as to
Jernigan Sunday. July 7. Mr. and Mrs. Q. S. Valentine Jr., liap; 4 $ adequate facilities and aid shouldbe who "bust out" of college do what type unit to buy. This tour
A picnic dinner was served after and Marjorie. Mary and Cheryl, .flrn AK ; provided to develop this resource so because of lack of adjustmentand may help solve the problem he
which movies of previous reunions of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. O. he added. desire rather than lack of added.
were shown. W. McCall and Richard. Mr. and L : : ; .., He pointed out that the num- preparation. Following the tour farmers
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jernigan, and Warren ft' /,, > :,4j:" .. ber of corporate foundations that Douthat's figures estimatedthat will meet at the Coliseum fora
Mrs. R. W. Hunt of Chattanooga. Glenn Cliff and Sallie Mr. and v.<( .. .. ....... .i<.,. ... provide scholastic aid to studentsis a typical trimester at the free fish fry. .

Tenn; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jerni- Mrs. W. M. Jernigan, Mrs. Eliza a good investment in the fu- University would cost each student -
of Sanford Howell and Dorothy Linda ture. In interests approximately $843. This
gan and son. Jeff ; beth ; addition corporate -
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jernigan of and Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Charles ;F realize that college gradu- includes the price of fees books Judges Elect BrownTo

Atlanta. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson Jr.. and Miss Carol Davis __ ates have a high earning poten- room and board, and incidentals.The District Office

C. Jernigan and Roger of Jack- all of Live Oak. .: ,: tial that helps circulate and build duration of a trimester is County Judge Reece Brown was
sonville: Mr. and Mrs.W. L. How- the nation's wealth. about four months a couple of elected vice president of Diet
ell of Wellborn: Mr. and Mrs. As an example of help now weeks shorter than the old semester 11 of the state-wide Coin
Norman Sistrunk of White Here And ThereMr. available Douthat noted a num- that it replaced.The Judge's Association reeeotfer.

r 4;: ber of Live Oak groups who have student trainee noted that which includes Suwannee and 11
Via. made scholastic aid available to expected starting salaries for an
> other counties in this
Mrs. Allen HostessTo .Q area.
and Mrs. Earl Kennedy and the North Florida Junior College. engineering graduate is-$6.864. a Judge Brown, who is one of the
Fay Taylor CircleThe daughter. Lynda and' Miss Opal .. : : Among these are the Commercial general business graduate $5.460, few men in the association who
Savannah Ga.. and Bank. North Florida Telephone while teacher salaries start at
Fay Taylor Circle of the Cameron of are not attorneys has held his
Mon- Mrs. Mammie Edge of Orlando .T' Company and the Junior. Wom- $3,800. Florida's educational system position in this county she
.First Baptist Church met
will never be of the quality
X Monday with Mrs. W. J. an's Club.
spent January 1960.
night at the home of Mrs. I.
day that it should until teacher
Nipper enroute to Orlando. "No longer is no money a rea- pay .
J. Allen. Mrs. W. J. Nipper Miss Caro- son for not attending college" is raised to compare more favor-
The-business meeting was pre- line Hart, and Miss Sharon Hart Douthat said. ably with the expected incomesof To Ride At Show
sided Mrs. Paul Byrd.
over by
circle chairman. spent Sunday in Cordele Ga.. attending He called attention to practical other. fields. Members of the Live Oak Sad-

? Mrs. Kenneth Wood led in Bi- the Dowdy family reun- training programs such as his dle Club and the Live Oak Sher-
ble meditation and prayer. Com- ion. While there they visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Philip'BL Odom were united in marriage Sunday, summer employment with the Robert Diamond, a new regular iff's Posse will participate in the
munity Missions. for the month Nipper's niece. Miss Patricia Ben- June thirtieth, at four o'clock in the afternoon in the First Baptist SCS. This kind of cooperative this season on "Dobie Gillis", for horse show which will be held at
was announced and will be visit- nett. Church. training allows a student to utilize five years played the leading human Madison. Sunday. July 21. The
James McCullers David Morgan his summers engaged in work role hi
ing a shut-in taking books or Mrs. Odom is the former Miss Martha Jean Allen, daughter of "Fury" on television. show will begin at 1 P.m.
and Miss Karen Perry left involving his major field of study.
magazines.The in Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Allen Jr. of Live Oak and Mr. Odom is the son
Monday to spend several days Crisis in Education
business meeting was adjourned of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Odom Jr. of Starke.
St. Augustine visiting Miss Susan Douthat told the club that in
and a program entitled Culpepper and family.Mr. his opinion the greatest crisis in MOVING SOON!
"Leadership Training" was pre-
and Mrs. W. L. Durance higher education is the urgent .
sented by Mrs. W. R. Howes in 4-H Members Must Submit Record Books
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers need for expanded. facilities to FURNITURE
the absence of the chair- & BRIC-A-BRAC
program and children spent Sunday with Assistant County Agent Fred According to DeVane 4-H keep pace mushrooming en-
f man. Assisting in the program Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hunter. DeVane advised all 4-H members members must turn in this record rollments. He said the state now GREATLY REDUCEDWe

t were Mrs. Almeda Swan Mrs. Mrs. Jean Mink and Miss Ca- this week to submit a completed book to be eligible to attend the has five million people; by 1970 Are Moving Soon And Must Clear Store
William Cordle. Miss Betty Sper-
millia Lawson of Fort Lauder- up-to-date record book before 4-H camp at Cherry Lake. it will have eight million accord-
ring and Mrs. G. B. Dees Jr. The dale are spending this week with Monday July 22, in order to receive a ing to the Florida Development
program was ended with B & J GIFT SHOP
prayer Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lawson. county recognition for pro- Larry Keating of "Mister Ed" Commission. Student enrollmentsare
j by Mrs. Howes after a period of
Mrs. Arlis Palmer spent the ject work done during the past on the CBS Television Networkis anticipated to increase in
silent prayer. I Conner Street Next To Suwannee Democrat
week end in Jacksonville visit- year. a nephew of Tommy Burns proportion even more rapidly
Delicious refreshments were I ing Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schwartz. former world heavyweight boxing than population he said. PHONE 362-3492
served at the conclusion of the
Miss Gail Palmer returned with George Saunders of Thonotosassawere champion. Rapid industrilization demands
program by the hostess to the
her mother after spending last guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ten members and one visitor
week with the Schwarts'. Charlie Hunter several days last
Mrs. Edward Howland Mrs. week at their cottage at Dekle
See The Levi's Below And Other
These And Other Levi Fashions At
Mack Todd. and Miss Sharon Beach. Mrs. Hunter's mother.

DRIVERS LICENSES Hart sonville.spent last Tuesday in Jack- Mrs.panied M.them.E. Warren also accom- Styles At The Young Men's Department :

If* THE MONTH OF YOUR Mrs. W. J. Nipper and Miss Mrs. Ada Starling of Jackson-
f BIRTHDAY / Caroline Hart spent last Friday ville and Miss Nell Richards of
REECE BROWN afternoon in Cherry Lake visit- Lake City spent last week hereas

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Mrs. Ira Stanford and Mrs. Scott. .!:o: -

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J : Branford:Summer Manufacturing Soars -
\ News From BranfordBY Chorus To Perform

PersonalsMr. Members of the Branford, State Employment Gains Outstrip
Summer Program Chorus will
If i BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS perform in McAlpin Thursday National Chamber
and Mrs. Rudolph Hatch night at the Farm Bureau District Average, Says
I- and family had as their guests meeting. Numbers to be
Velma 14 Vo-Ag Teachers Elect To Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey presented will be "Christ My Florida's improving economy is indicated by a 5 percent
: Wynn, Stage Players Harris and Boyce. McQueen of Master" and "Green Cathedral gain in employment over the past two years, nicely
Suggs PresidentIL Jacksonville.Mrs. *. above a national figure of 2 per cent, the Florida State
Funeral Services W. SUKS of Branford was Perform FamedAesop's Lois P. Williams spent a Both numbers will be under Chamber of Commerce pointed out yesterday in its Weekly
elected president of the Florida few days last week visiting Mr. the direction of Mr. Munch. business Review.
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Funeral services for Velma Vocational Agriculture Teachers FableOn and Mrs. R. W. Sherwood and The band performed in "This Florida gain is all the
t t' Elaine Wynn, 14, were conducted Association family in Miami. White Springs July 4, at the more significant in view of the years.
t,, Saturday, July 13, at 2 p.m. in He was Installed as presidentat Saturday, July 20, the Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Longof Stephen Foster Memorial in a .opposite effects of automation "Manufacturing in Florida numbered plant 221.900.employees -
the Midway Baptist Church with the annual state conference Jacksonville were Sunday massed band concert with stu- :and of a drop in construction, a
Club will
Branford Woman's give 7 cent increase compared witha
which was held in Daytona R. E. dents from Suwannee High the Review stated.
burial following in the Midway guests of Mr. and Mrs.
the youngsters of an one per cent drop throughout the
"Total in the statein
School employment
Cemetery__ Beach last week. Hatch. Santa Fe High
to professional nation.
see a
the Rev. Hod- Suggs, who is the Vocational Owens of School. non-farm establishments averaged -
Officiating was Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
and produced
stage play 1382.000 last "Workers in transportation,
persons year.
ges, pastor of the Assembly of Agriculture teacher in Bran- Jacksonville spent the week end
especially for them.
communication and
God Church of Mayo, assisted by ford, has taught here for the This civic-minded organizationhas Visiting Mr. and Mr* Melvin : Card Of: ThanksWe Wholesale for and the retail largest trade category accounted ties numbered lO .aee public, with utili-a
1. the Rev. Tanner, pastor of the past 22 years.Baptist to act general agent Owens and other relatives. l wish to extend in
agreed as our deepest with 371,900 jobs up 3 per cent slight drop transportation in
Midway Baptist Church. for The Merry Minstrels a John J. Johnson who is attending appreciation to all of our friendsfor since 1960, compared with a national Florida and a 2 per cent drop na-
Survivors include the girl's par- group of seven actors and technicians summer school in Ten- the many prayers during our figure of one per cent. Gov- tionally. The financeinsurancereal -
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wynnof Circles MeetThe theatres nessee spent the week end at time of "' estate
from community sorrow and the sudden ernment was the next ranking em- group provided 88.000
I Mayo; two sisters, Mrs. Thel- Fidelis and Golden Circle and drama schools throughout the home wit hhis family. loss of our loved one. Also wish ployer with a total of federal, state Jobs in Florida, up 7 per cent. The
ma Godwin of Callahan and Mrs. Sunday School Classes met Mon- nation. This company is touring Powell Philpot and daughter, to thank: you for the food, flowers -. and local together of 245,200 per- national gain was 4 per cent. Con-
Edith Hawlin of Mayo; three day night July 8, at the home of children's shows throughout Central Ann and Mrs. I. P. Philpot Sr., cards, calls, and other tokensof sons. The two-year gain was 11 tract construction firms in the
brothers. Willie Wynn Jr.. of Mrs. John L. Humphries with and North Central Florida. spent Saturday afternoon in Lake love and kindness. per cent the largest of any category state had 112.300 employees last
I Branford, and Larry and Otis eight members present.Mrs. The purpose of the group is to Butler visiting Mrs. Evelyn Phil- May God bless each of you is : in Florida and above the na- year down 8 per cent from 1960
Wynn of Mayo. Allen Price taught another bring good live entertainment to pot who was a patient in the our prayer. tion's 8 per cent. compared with a 7 per cent drop
Active pallbearers were Paul chapter of the study course entitled the children of Florida and thus hospital there. The Willie Wynn Family "Service establishments in Flo- nationally. Mining held steady at
t Jackson, Ronald Outlaw, Ronnie "Missionary Wives and preserve the place of live theatrein Hugh Hurst and son. Charles rida provided 234,000 Jobs last 8.500 workers.
Land Rodney Land, Donny Ham- Mothers". A short business meet- modem society. of Mt. Washington. Ky.. were Mobile year,up 7 per cent, compared witha "Self employed persons, domestics
I lin, and Sherrel Morgan.Joe ing was held after which Mrs. Locally the group will perform overnight guests of J. A. Griffin I X-Ray Unit national increase of 5 per cent and farm workers are not included -
Burns Funeral Home of Lewis Bell led the closing prayer. "The Town Mouse and the Country Friday. Scheduled TuesdayThe over 1960. Included in this total in these totals as reportedby
Perry was in charge. Cake, punch, and mixed nuts ; Mouse", a play adapted from Harmon Suggs is a patient in mobile X-ray unit will were 42,600 hotel-motel emploY-I the Florida Industrial Com-
was served to the guests. the; Suwannee County Hospital ees up 9 per cent during mission."
the famous fable by Aesop, at the be in Branford in front of theHealth
I Woman's Club Building at 2:30 having undergone surgery. -Department Tuesday,
Card Of: Thanks Birth AnnouncementMr. pjn. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chandlerand July 23, from 10 a.m. until

I wash to express my sincere and Mrs. Fred FLssell an- Although the play is written family and Billy Hawkins attended noon. All school teachers and
I thanks to the many friends who nounce the birth of a son, Wednesday primarily for the entertainment the graduation of Rual persons holding health cards WARD'S ENTERPRISES INC.
1 remembered me with cards, calls, July 10, in the Suwannee of youngsters between the ages of Chandler from Officers Training are urged to have an X-ray. ,
i flowers, visits, and prayers during County Hospital.The 4 and 12, it will also appeal to School in Camp Blanding Sun- .
my recent injury and con- baby weighed 9 lbs. 2 ozs. children of all ages. Playing timeIs day.Mrs. NEW TREATMENT P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD, FLORIDA
finement in the Suwannee Coun- and has been named Robert Wess fifty minutes with no intermis- Elisabeth Bryant is a patient A new treatment method developed -
ty Hospital. Fissell. in the Suwannee County at the Florida Alcoholic
j Tom O'Steen sion.Tickets for the local performance Hospital having. undergone surgery Rehabilitation Center prevents Manufacturers and Distributors
(Paid Notice) (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) can be purchased from club Monday.Mrs. delirium tremens and convulsionsin
members or may be purchasedat Paul Rowell and familyof alcoholics during withdrawal
Macon, Ga. are spending this Complete Mixed Fertilizers Anhydrous Ammonia
the door prior to the performance. from alcohol and clears up nau-
: Admission is 50 cents for week with her parents, Mr. and sea, mental depression and "the Direct
: FREE Mrs. Manuel Bernardo, and other Application Nitrogen Solution
,... children and 75 cents for adults. shakes" within 24 hours.
: 24-HOUR relatives.Mr. .
f ..1" +:;' ::1?' OXYGEN EQUIPPED and Mrs. Gerald Collins of Fort Myers visited Mrs. Ouida
i .Ii. : X.,. ;...11; Chandler Graduates Port Charlotte spent the week Fletcher and other friends Satur- GET TOP PRODUCTION FROM EVERY ACRE
: "!g:<..:;f." : v.: Ambulance Service end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Manuel day:
J f? From Guard SchoolRual Bernardo and Rev. and Mrs.
:<::!. : Phone M. Chandler Jr., graduated Marvin Odom and family.Mr. .
; '.;.:.:!;:: 362-3333 fromthe' Florida Army and Mrs. Sim L. Townsendleft LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING
:: 935-2101 7762191Otto
'=< I National Guard Officers Can- recently for their cottage In
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t.' Ji didate School at Camp Bland- Gerton, N. C. From there the
-:-- ing Sunday, July 14. Townsends were to proceed on to Small or Large Areas
He was one in a class of 45 to Chicago HI., to attend the Am- CALL Dickman David Maxwell Johnny Goff
graduate. Chandler will leave erican Library Association Convention Salesman Sales Manager SalesmanFor
FUNERAL HOMEEast July 28 for Camp Stewart for which opened Saturday.Mrs. H. G. TURNERNight
one week and then to Fort Bashie Puryear was a recent '
Howard St. 3 McClellan, Ala., for training in visitor in Florence, S. C. 9632751Day
economical service an farm
fast repair on your equipment
J. B. chemical warfare. Miss Edna Slocum returnee 9632373or
bring it to our shop. Phone 776-2181. We manufacture
Chandler is the son of Mr. home Sunday, after a two weeks write .
EMERT and Mrs. R. M. Chandler of confinement in the Suwannee P. O. Box: 475
Branford.Mrs. Chandler pinnedthe County Hospital.Mr. WELLBORN, FLORIDA TERS.
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I Social Security Answers .. Airman Cundiff No 1I John Adicks and son John, Live dollar defense appropriations bill each year with ringing of. belfe
remember as a boy of seven Oak; Malcolm B. Johnson. Tal- as the members of the House throughout the land, ii t recognition -
when he made his first campaignfor lahassee; G. Warren Sanchez made clear their intent that th1snation's of this renewed patri tle n.
Gets Drill AwardAirman the office of Representativewhen Tallahassee; and Mr. and Mrs. J. defense posture should
It seems to me that we
(Editor's QUESTION Someone told me I
Note: These questionsand :
C. Lire Oak.
Bog .
us remain
= strong.As
he told the
people that have such for
I observances on
could quit paying securitynow
answers are compiled by William Appropriations :
P. For Nation'sDefense
First Class
M. Eanes, District Manager that I am past 65. I have a Joseph even the Bob White Qualls were you know defense expendi- July Fourth we offically celebrateour
Cundiff Jr., of Live Oak has jumping on the bandwagon tures take by far the largest those in
for the Social Security Administration small farm and make about $1000a sing- por- independance. men
Valdosta.Mr. Eanes invites year. Is this true? graduated from the Noncommissioned ing "Bob Sikes, Bob Bikes" Instead The house of Representatives tion of our federal budget each 1776 who adopted the Declarationof
readers to mail their questions ANSWER: In most cases age Officer Preparatory School of "Bob White" and they'vebeen has passed a forty-seven billion year and in this day and age. it Independence could little visualize -
to him at P. O. Box 918, has nothing to do with paying :I at Goose AB Labrador. singing this tune ever since. future through careful manage- is doubly important this this nation the tremendous impact on
Valdosta. Georgia. Please do not social security on your earnings.As Airman Cundiff received the Generally,, he referred to as ment which does not sacrifice maintain the strongest deterrent the course of history that their
mail your inquiries to this paper.) long as your net earnings are drill award for leading his flight the "He Coon" of the Florida preparedness.I force possible. We seek a actions would have. They were
QUESTION: I am taking care $400 or more you will have to pay to Win in drill competition and Delegation denoting the leadership think the vote of 410 to 1 in powerful defense structure for laying the very foundation upon
of my son's children in his home. the self-employment tax. for military excellence.He he has given to our great favor of the bill is indicative of we have learned well from the which this land was built.
Shouldn't I be paying Social Se- QUESTION: Every month since was trained in the duties state. I took great pride in Join- the determination of the Con- lessons of World War H whenwe The sword of tyranny today
curity? my husband died in 1954 I have and responsibilities of Air Force ing in saluting him for his out- gress to support our nation's defense were ill prepared to oppose continues to back relentlessly at
ANSWER: No. Household work been getting a widow's check on noncommissioned officers. The standing record of service. program. .the forces of tyranny. the heart of freedom* today
for your son or daughter does not his social security. How much will course included study in organization Visitors to Our Office Fourth of July CelebrationsIt Though this bill is the second cloaked in scarlet hammer and
count for social security.If you did you pay on my burial expenses? management leadership We are always happy to welcome was a real privilege and highest appropriation in peacetime sycle of dictatorial comm\U 6B1.
any other kind of work in a busi- ANSWER: Nothing. This can be military justice security and visit rs from the districtto pleasure for me to be able to par- history, this year's appropri- Freedom is never won in any
ness or on a farm for your son paid only when you have worked human relations. our office. Recently we have ticipate in Fourth of July celebrations ation is nevertheless, approxi- one moment in history. And the
or daughter this would be coveredby long enough under social securityon The airman is a preventive had the pleasure 'tof) greeting: back in the District. I mately $1.25 billion less than that battles that must be fought today -
social security. your own account. There is no medicine specialist in the 868th Clyde R. Payne, Jasper; FrancisP. spoke to the fine group that enjoyed of last year and nearly $2 billion are no less than those who
QUESTION: Last year you turn- provision made to pay anything Medical Group In Labrador.He Finlay Blountstown; Dr. A. R. entertainment and pic- under the original budget have gone before. I know that
ed down my disability claim because toward burial expenses of persons is the son of Mr. and :Mrs.J. Frank. Marianna; Mr. and Mrs nic at White Springs at the estimates. Under the skillful and those of us who have inheritedthis
you said I could work. NowI who get their social security D. Cundiff Sr., of Live Oak, Stephen Foster Memorial early in dynamic management of Secre- great tradition will do no
cannot work at all. Will you checks on someone else's record. and graduated from Suwannee the afternoon, and that evening tary McNamara, we may hope for less in the sixties to
versity In Atlanta Ga. I preserve
QUESTION: This is the first and received -;
turn me down again? High School Live Oak. He attended spoke at the JayceesponsoredFourth even further reductions in the America.CONNER'S .
} should in time I have worked my maid South a DJJJ5. degree in 1962 .
ANSWER: You put a Georgia College in celebration in Tallahassee.I
new claim. This is the only way enough to pay social security on Douglas.His from the Loyola Dental School. am pleased to see the Fourthof
her. She doesn't want to do Captain Scott is a member of
will be able to find out if me wife
we you Lynda, is the daughter July helping to renew to some
it. What should I do? Beta Theta Pi, Psi Omega and
can get monthly payments. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. extent the spirit of patriotism
ANSWER: You have no choice; Sigma Delta Psi fraternities. POOL
QUESTION I have been get-
: Blackburn of Greenville N. C. throughout the land. Recently
ting social security checks for two neither does your maid. Wheneveryou f the House passed Senate Con-

years. If I sell some land will this during have any paid calendar her $50 quarter or more of Newspapers deliver more- ready- current Resolution 25 which favors MONDAY ........................................................ Closed
count against my $1200 for the Promotes to-buy prospects. \ observing the Fourth of July
year? the year you must pay social security Army i TUESDAY ..,.....,..............,.......... 12 Noon -10 p.m.
ANSWER: No. But, income received on her. If she refuses to .

must be from reported the sale when of you property make give, write you her her social name security address number and- Scott To CaptainThomas SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR WED. thru SAT. ............................ 9 a.m.10 p.m. .

your income tax return. her wages on the report form you BUILDING NEEDS SUNDAY.........................,............. 9 a.m.7 p.m.
M. Scott
son of Mr.
send in. Include a note that she
and QUESTION would like: I to am start 65 years gettingmy old refused (not Just failed) to give and Mrs. Otho Scott, 817 Su PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. Drink Machines and Picnic Tables AvailableAt
wannee Ave., Live Oak, was pro- All Times
checks. Could I rent out my you her social security number. PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES "
QUESTION: How can I get out moted early in June to captainin
business or must I sell it before
will me? of paying social security taxes? I Denver Colo., where he is a We Make All Aluminum Screens To Order Phone 362-1418 't
you pay
member of the staff at Fitzsimons -
ANSWER: You may keep the have no relatives and am well
able to take care of myself whenI General Hospital. W. A. BROWN
business and rent it out or you ,
Captain Scott, a dentist Builders
retire. entered -
may hire someone to run it for Langford SupplyEast MAX
you. Most self-employed persons ANSWER: There is no legal the Army in August 1962. Registered LifeguardPool
who take no active part in their way to keep from paying social The 26-year-old officer is a Helvenston Street Phone 362-2873
business can be considered as re- security taxes unless you can finda graduate of Suwannee High LIVE OAK FLORIDA Cleaned and Disinfected Once Each Week
tired. job which does not come under School. He attended Emory Uni- j I I
social security. You must be an
QUESTION: A friend me
unusual person. Most folks wouldbe
you will refigure my monthly pay-
lucky to be in such good financial At
ments. I am over 72 and get $60a Your
shape. The social security -
month. I have never stopped Mercury
working. tax you pay also provides disa- Dealer'sTHE
bility protection. This could hap-
ANSWER: You have the rightto
ask us to refigure your monthly pen to you before your are old
enough to retire.Airman .
whenever make
payment you more
than $1200 a year. There is one .
sure way to find out if your earn-
ings will raise your monthly check. Completes
k Come see us and sign up to have }
your payment refigured. You have Technical CourseAirman PTIIV11J

nothing to lose. .
6 First Class Raburn C.
Jernigan of Live Oak, has com- I
FOR YOUR pleted a special United States

TREE TREE TRENCHING TRIMMING REMOVAL OR& Air tions Force, Texas.technicians course for at communica-GoodfellowAFB 1Wi4iJ*

Airman Jernigan, son of Mr. !
DITCHING and Mrs. Claude W. Jernigan of

a CALL Rt. 1, Live Oak, is being reas-

FloodConstruction duty.signed to a permanent base for

The airman is a graduate of
Co. Suwannee High School. His wife 'I PLAN.THE TIME
F Patsy is the daughter of Mr. and .
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Mrs. Otho L. Jones of 2432
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EIGHT _____ ___----- __ SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT. LIVE .OAK, FLORIDA :. THURSDAY, JULY: ___16. ,_ 1913Ii

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-FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGO missing, and that the army of the en :March's Island near the Ock- see Lt. Commander Jouette and not matured ,property' will be tempting to improperly influence
late General Hooker, "the finest lockonee River from which men obtain alT the information pos placed in these grades, according a tobacco inspector while he is
army on the> planet", was literally had probably been summoned to sible relative to the' precise locality to the Agricultural Marketing grading tobacco on auction floor?
:j I Launches Fire On Southern Pickets !I shorn of its officers some defend St. Marks. There, the where it-.was thrown overboard Service.An The Agricultural Madteting

eighty in number having been Federals destroyed fifty salt boil and then proceed to the "S" grade will be assignedto Service says however, the amend-
(This is another in a series of of volunteering in Florida, this killed or wounded. ers, a few buildings sixty bushelsof spot (without however, neglect- much of the tobacco which ment does not prohibit a tobacco

articles portraying Florida as state will likely face grave con- JULY 15 A Federal expedi- salt captured three prisoners ing the ordinary duties of a cruiser formerly went into theV producer from cUsecnsing the
events unfolded 100 years arc, sequences. "We can't force the tion, consisting of five armed and took six contraband. in case of falling in with any grades and the "LL" grades. Some grade of his tobacco with the inspector .
published by the Florida Civil people to organize," according to boats from the steamer Somersetand JULY 16 Lt. Commander vessel) and pick up as much of of the close tight-faced tobacco while it is being graded
War Centennial Commission.) the editor "we have endeavoredto three from the steamer Stars Jouette report that while chasinga it as possible. which formerly went into the All other persons are prohibitedfrom
Edited By persuade them to do so, and if and Stripes, together with an vessel to the westward of Cape JULY 17 Captain J. P. Gillisof fourth, fifth, and sixth qualitiesof doing so.
SAMUEL PROCTOR our appeals are to go unheeded, ambulance boat and a force num- San Bias a day or two ago she the U. S. steam sloop Ossipee, the 3-letter grades also will An addition to one provisionof
University of Florida we can't help it. But one thing is bering 130 persons, has returned threw overboard upward of three in a report to Admiral D. G. Far- be placed In the "S" grade this the regulations was made af
JULY 13 According to a certain, if the enemy comes, as today from a 3-day expedition up hundred bales of cotton in orderto ragut, commanding the West Gulf season. the request of several& warehouse
Confederate report, early this come he will sooner or later, and the St. :Marks River and to escape from him. It is probable Blockading Squadron, says that Marketing representatives- assures that
morning three launches appearedin finds the country in its present :Marsh's Island in Apalachee Bay. that a large portion of this cot- today he captured the Confederate The Agricultural for slickor the regulations will not pre\er<
the St. Mark's River oppositeold state of non-organization, there Shots were exchanged and one ton may be recovered by an early blockade runner William Service says the grades included maximum number of baskets c:
Port Leon and were hailed will be a perfect stampeed (sic), Federal was wounded. Believingthat effort to do so. You will therefore Bagley in the Gulf of Mexico. tight-faced tobacco pounds per day, per set of bu\ -
in the standards will providea
by pickets from Captains Scott some of the tallest sore of skedad- there were approximately She had on board 700 bales of basis ers from being sold at F- ',
direct and realistic
and Griffin's companies. They dling; every man for himself and 600 Confederate troops in the j! cotton and was enroute to Havana market.
for of these to-
the segregation
claimed they were fishermen, but the devil take the hindmost. If area, the Federal withdrew having Conner To Lead from Mobile. baccos.In .
refused to come in and report, the people refuse to take the first ascertained however JULY 18 The Confederate addition to the new grade No. 4
so the Southern pickets necessary steps to enable them to prize sloop Rosalie, taken into
opened that the channel was obstructed !standards, the Agricultural Mar- week's tight sebcdafe. Recreatu ",
fire on them. The fire was returned aid the regular forces in the stateto about a thousand yards below Florida LeadersOn Federal service by authority of keting Service has amended the periods include swimming so-!-
and after a few minutesthe repel invasion and defend their Port Leon. Under the circumstances the U. S. District Court, Key regulations for inspection of tobacco ball shuffleboard, volleyball ard
"fishermen" withdrew. The homes and families from destruc- the Union force decided not West, last month took four prizes movies.
I with the approval of tobacco -
Confederates report that one of tion and degradation the Lord to attempt any further opera- Europe one a sponge vessel. Anotherwas growers and the industry.The .
their men was struck by a spent have mercy on them." tions in that direction, "beyond the schooner Anne, captured amended regulations will
' ball but it inflicted no serious The reports coming into Florida throwing a few shells at the Commissioner of Agriculture twenty miles up Peace Creek with require warehouse operators in t RENEW YOUR
damage. Federal' casualties are according to state papers, on the trains, which were bringing in Doyle Conner will lead a delega- thirteen bales of cotton. The oth- flue-cured markets to block off DRIVERS LICENSES
not known, but presumed. "to be Gettysburg, Pa., are "quite cheer- troops from Tallahassee, and tion of Florida agricultural lead- er two were small craft of little and number the for displaying DURING THE MONTHOF
spaces -
R cerious.) battle fought a few days ago at burning a stairway of the light- ers on a people-to-people goodwill value. tobacco for YOUR BIRTHDAY
JULY 14 The editor of the ing". It is reported that some fifteen house, where a lookout is kept tour of eight European countries,, JULY 19 Boats from the sale. They also inspectionand REECE BROWN
Florida Sentinel warns that if or twenty thousand of the The Federals then turned their including Russia, July 26 Au- U.s.s. Fort Henry at Cedar Keys one from interfering prohibit any- COUNTY JUDGE. ..
with at-
there is not a stepped up program enemy were killed, wounded or attention against the salt works gust 15, 1963.Countries have today brought in twentytwobales or I :I
to be visited during of cotton recently capturedin
the tour will include Belgium, the Waccasassa River. The
-' England, Poland, Hungary, Germany -I I Confederates had already burned
Spain, Italy, and the Soviet 120 bales.

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= 4111 010 The trip will start in New York
City July 26. It will be conducted A U. S. Department of Agriculture -
F under the goodwill people-to- study states: "Newspapersare
people travel program to imple- the best medium for food ad-
< DIVIDEND PER ANNUM ment the aims and purposes of vertising and for marketing infor-
mation on food. The printed word
the U. S. Cultural and Exchange 111 mLSALE
can be read, re-read, clipped and
Program and the National Peo-
' ple-to-People Foundation. filed." U U
FOR THEFUTURE Conner stated that the tour

NOW IS THE TIME learn would about be a working foreign mission agricultureand to per Newspapers dollar of advertising.produce. U more- sales

to improve relations and un-
TO PREPARE FOR derstanding between America and No. 1

the people of Eastern and Wes- Class Number Three which com-
YOUR FUTURE! tern Europe. pleted its first two-weeks period
"We will be talking with farm- also Sunday. They are Sgts. Ver-
ers and government agricultural non C. Byrd, Jimmie Green,
officials in all the countries we James G. Jones, Wayne M. Step-
REMEMBER Save by the 20th and earn from the 1st. All savings visit," said Conner. "We will be hens, and Alton K. Williams Jr.
hearing from them the reasons Maj. Gen. Henry W. McMillan,
F by Saturday, July 20 will earn for the whole month. Be and ,
sure get they do things their way and Florida's Adjutant General, was
yours on down now! what they accomplish, and we will principal speaker at graduation
be telling them the story of flor- Sunday. Brig. Gen. Louie C.
ida's progress and what we are Wadsworth and Col. George H.
FIRST FEDERAL accomplishing under Qur Ameri- Dale were in attendance. Gen. VELVET STEP
\KQAf, can way of life." Wadsworth had a part on the
Q 1 \ apron Each person on the tour will program.
be paying his own way. Cities to
r IIIII'-'* 305 East Howard St. Phone 362-3433 be visited in the countries will Bone and Two Tone
tj .,< :, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA o 0 include Manchester, Coventry, No.2 High, Medium and Low Heels
tn\\ determined that the
SERVING THE HEART OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER VALLEY London, Brussels, Moscow and the scene
' culprit, who was alarmed by the REG. $9.95
Tibilisi in Russia, Warsaw, Buda-
Federal Home Loan Bank System Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation Sands woman, ran away with the
pest, Cologne, Berlin, Frankfort,
t and cities- in)Spain and Italy. I window According screen.to the deputy the Now From $4.95 to $6.95

Negro ran around the side of the
house and across the street into

1 MR. TOBACCO GROWER: SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH carried another He said to house..several jail for suspects questioning.But were. LADIESFLATS

the guilty man broke down -
when faced with the lie detec- By Peters J. :.

, INVALDOSTA tor operated by a specialist with White, Bone and .
J. M. SMOTHERS the Florida Sheriff's Bureau. Novelties
through a window into her homeat Values to $6.95
819 SW 7th Street. NOW FROM

A Sale Every Day-A Modern Newly Constructed Warehouse No.3 A second indication of the $2.98 upDRESSES

greater emphasis on maturity and
leaf structure: is the change in
the greenis hor "V" grades. The DRESSES DRESSESa
"V designation will be used only -

Drawing For Gifts Every Friday to indicate that lemon, orange, 600 LADIESDRESSES
or variegated colored tobacco also -
carries a greenish tinge. These"LV"
"FV". and" KV" grades will

: FRIDAY AUGUST 2 FRIDAY AUGUST require a ripe tobacco with a firm
leaf structure.

G.E. 18 FT. FREEZER ELECTRIC OR GAS STOVE greater"Another emphasis indication on maturity of and the &F4s- n ALL COLORSPat

leaf structure is the new slick or
"S" grades. Much of the close, .i'i4 Perkins, Kay WMtaw,
25,15&10 25,15&10 tight-faced tobacco which has '. Carol Rodgers, Martha D


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, Western Auto- defeated Live Western Auto rounded out their MO CHAT
Oak Gas Company in Tadpole scoring with four more runs. Nott UWANNEEof

League play Friday night and .theElkssponsored and Jernigan furnished the big ... I
team of mighty blows of the inning with doubles. ,
mights edged Suwannee Valley Live Oak Gas failed to score in J I r f j I LIVE OAK. FLORIDA

43.In the top half of the fifth to leave
the final score 17-5.
the first Western Au-
to jumped :off to aoutrun lead Elks Team Wins ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 10

in the first inning on a triple by The second game Friday night

, Bonds and Stamper.and singles by Poumelle I Valley was a pushed real thriller Elks right as Suwannee down to Mayor Fines Two Men For Knife, Fist Fighting Fray I Soil Group Orders Conservation Films I

Live Oak Gas picked up one. the wire before" losing 4-3. ., V W '"/ .. .,.
run in the second inning on' abase After holding Suwannee Valleyto Alford Earl Hamby and Rev.: Phillips told the defendants. "I Turner Baker, failure to yield The Suwannee River Soil Con- and onthegrouncm"n: of
on balls and a double by Me. no runs in the top half of the Thomas W. Allen plead guilty to imagine you've both suffered right of way causing an acci- servation District Board of Supervisors the growing stock. '.
Mullen. first inning, the Elks picked up fighting Monday in City Court considerable expense; discomfort, dent, fined $15 suspended; Bes- announced Tuesday that Also assisting in this piesi were

Western Auto scored six timesin three runs on three singles by .and were fined $15 each by Mayor embarrassment, and remorse." sie Bernice Smith, colored, wrong ten motion picture films on natural SCS Forester Ed Hefeooto} Florida -
the bottom half of the sec- Garrison, Jordan, and Allen. J. Marvin Phillips."I Hamby and Rev. Allen, both of way on a one-way street, for- resource conservation have Forest ServIce Fweeter
ond on two singles, three doubles, The Elks managed to pick up feel like both of you are I whom are employed by Grantham feited $5 bond; Carling Tompkins been ordered and will be avail- George Reinert; SCS Tcohntcton
and two errors. the winning run in the bottom grown men and sorry about this," I Chevrolet Company,gigot into the colored, driving without license able to schools, churches, civic John Hampton; and John Dou-
Trailing 10-1 Live Oak Gas half of the third inning on a sin- fight last week following an argu- forfeited $50 bond; Sherwood clubs, and other interested groups that, student trainee.
failed to score in their half of the gle by Jordan, a fly ball, and an lecting three runs. A single by ment over a used car sale. Lamb, drunk and disorderly In the county during the 1963-64 .
and. a Rev. Allen sustained head injuries case continued Junior Ross,
third.A single by Nott, a hit bats- error. Glass, a double bY.Hack ; school term.
Suwannee Valley struck for.two single by Alexander produced the and two broken ribs from colored, forfeited $15 bond and SHS Class Of '58
man, and a base on balls led to These conservation films are
the tussel but managed to cut $4 costs Leonard Baxter, drunk,
runs in the fourth on a triple by tallies. ;
three runs for Western Auto to especially adapted to the public Schedules Reunion '
Jumped to a Hamby across the chest with his forfeited $15 bond and $4 casts ,
Steve Bass and a single by Drew Suwannee Valley ;
boost their lead to 13-1. interest and education and will
Bass. After holding the Elks 5-3 lead in the top half of the pocket knife, slicing a wound Looell Boyd, colored, drunk, for- The 1958 SHS graduating etew
The top of the fourth saw Live be available at no charge. Any- will hold its first 5-year rewnfon
five runs that required 20 stitches to feited $15 bond and $4 costs
scoreless in the fourth inning, third as they picked up over ;
Oak Gas come to life and pick one interested in using these films ,
Saturday July 20, at in
The close said. George Gellson, drunk and disorderly 6"p.m.
police -
Suwannee two hits and three errors.
Valley one on
up four runs. The big blows in up should contact John Hampton, the Live Oak National Guard
the inning were a triple by run in the top of'the fifth on a big blows of the inning were a According to the arresting: officer forfeited $15 bond and local SCS technician, or any of Armory.
base on balls and singles by Bob- home run by Pournelle and a who was an eyewitness, remarks $2 costs; Thomas Jowers, drunk,
Strickland and a home run by the District Supervisors, J. Dan Dress will be casual and
Cheek.In by Sotolongo and Steve Bass. triple by Bass.Suwannee made by Hamby provokedthe forfeited $15 bond; Felix R. Bos- Ross, J. W. Gaston, Elmer Ow- ered-dish will a epv-
shut the door incident. Both said their sio, reckless driving, forfeited $25 supper highlightthe
the bottom of the fourth Trailing by one run and the Valley men ens, T. J. Fletcher Sr., and L. B. evening.
bases loaded, Suwannee Valley on Live Oak Gas for the remainder differences had been settled. bond and $2 costs; Joe Brown, Roberson.

, failed to score again as the final of the game and managed to James Gorings, colored, faced colored, fighting, case continued; Woodland PlanA
USE batter flyed out to end the game. pick up three insurance runs for the Court on charges of driving Beatrice Brown, colored, fighting, detailed woodland manage- FOR SEAFOODS THE FRESHEST
half fifth. while intoxicated and having case continued; Mary Hasler
themselves; in the top an
MAKE-UP GAMES ment plan was prepared for Gene
collected colored, drunk, forfeited $15 bond Mack's Fish MarketPine
Saturday afternoon the Tad- The three runs were on accident. Gorings plead guilty Boyles covering all his woodlandby I
FUCO anda but denied and $2 costs; Joe Beaner, colored -
pole League teams. played make- singles by Bass and Edwards having an accident Farm Forester Wyman Gar- Ave.
up games. These games were ori- walk and a hit batter. Suwannee that he was intoxicated. drunk, forfeited $15 bond and land. The plan was developed HOT PICKLED PEPPERS
Valley pitcher struck out the Both of the arresting officers I Phone 362.1650L.
BrandInsecticide ginally scheduled for Tuesday $4 costs. using the basic soils information .
night. In the first game, Suwannee -. side hi the bottom half of the testified that Gorings was under ,
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by an'8-3 ,score. The second game al score of 83.Western. the weaving path of his
Auto Wins vehicle before the accident oc-
was a high scoring affair with
FOR Western Auto trouncing Elks bya The second game of the .after- curred. LADIES SPRING AND SUMMER
280'score.. noon saw the Western Auto pit- The'Mayor found Gorings guil-

BEST RESULTS Live Oak 'Gas started the scor- cher Jernigan sit Elks down with ty as charged and imposed a $50 S
ing in the second inning by col- only two hits as Western Auto fine $4 jail costs, and suspendedhis '

I. registered a 28-0 victory. license for 90 days. .
In giving up only two hits, Junior T. Underwood, also ;: 5'

A Thought For TodayBy Jernigan managed to send nine charged with DWI, received a $50 SHOE SALE
Elks via the strike-out route. fine and suspension of license for :
BRODY C. HARRIS Western Auto managed to score 90 days.

in every inning except the first "The law doesn't give me the
"Happiness is not a point to be reached. it
by picking up 19 base hits along privilege of letting you keep your
r is a way of traveling. FOR THE PRICE OF 'I
with six walks. license after such an offense, 2 .
Many of us think of happiness as an elusive pot The big toning of the after- Mayor Phillips said. "And I 1
. L of gold at the end of the rainbow, when in truthit noon was the third as Western wouldn't be inclined that way PLUS 5c
is a state of mind which is within the reach of Auto picked up 11 runs on, only'our anyhow." I f:(
k. of everyone. Working in anticipation of a point :
' base hits. A home run by John D. Baker, colored, appeared -
to be reached, will In many instances, bring more
;. satisfaction than the actual reaching of that point. Pournelle, a double by Jernigan, before the Court and explained BUY ONE PAIR FOR REG., PRICE
The road we travel, the acquaintances we make and and singles by Stapleton and to the Mayor that he was Y =i
s'wM the experiences we gain along the way are for the Stamper along with three walks arrested for drunkenness at a
? *. most part, of our own choosing, and our happiness and three error sproduced the ball game when he was merely GET ANOTHER PAIR FOR 5 CENTSAll
depends on the choices we make. In other words, 11 runs. Six more runs in the cheering enthusiastically.

happiness is a way of traveling. fourth inning increased the lead Noting this to be Baker's first Spring and Summer Styles included Naturalizer, f

to 20-0. Pournelle, Nobles, Stamp. offense, Phillips fined the man
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor I er, and Jernigan led the parade $15 and $2 costs and suspendedthe Joyce, Johansen, Jacqueline, Connie, Calif. Cobblers band
in the fourth as,they all collected fine. "The next time you go
Suwannee County ResidentsSUWANNEEFUNERAL many others All sizes well represented.
singles. to the ball game, don't get to
t The fifth inning saw Western cheering so loud and hard, John,"
Auto add eight more on base hits the Mayor cautioned.In ay fa F

HOME .- -Stapleton, Pnurnelle._Bonds, other cases_ before _. the
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..* Licensed Funeral DirectorS two Elks credited with driving; William Sanford Dobyns, In. .*.. MBMT MMUmiMT TM
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LIVE OAK, FLORIDA I Jordan with a single and Allen Walter Lee Olive running stop LADIES SHOE DEPT."MORE .
with a triple. sign, forfeited $5 bond; Frances
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news Sunday night. noon. In the absence of the presi- other relatives here for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Olive entertained dent the meeting was in chargeof weeks.
Miss Jo Beth Johnson Vice President Mrs. Luther Sandra Bartlet, daughter of
'. and Marty Ravellette with a miscellaneous Adkins. A reading was given by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartlet of New- Portraits of Your Loved Ones
Level shower in their home : Mrs. Sanford Beach ,and a report berry is visiting her grandparents. ,
Tuesday night. Mrs. Harry Lep- on the District rally in the Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach, at A Price You Can Afford
per. Mrs. Ed Townsend Mrs. J. Memorial Advent Christian: this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Browningand will be stationed in Germany.Mr. F. Toole and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Church held in Lake City Tuesday Mrs. George Bowers and chil- 1
children of Opelika., Ala., and Mrs. L. P. Fortner vis- were co-hostesses. About 35 guests was given by Mrs. O. D. dren and Mrs. Elaine Fox and FRIDAY and SAT. ..
Beach who attended the rally. children, all Gunter AFB Alabama -
enjoyed the occasion. of
spent several days here with Mr. ited Carl Tressler and Mrs. Ber- t
and Mrs. R. W. Moseley. tha Berglas awhile Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Durham and Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Odom and visited Mrs. Bower's grandmother JULY 22nd and JULY 23rd
Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl noon. children of Clearwater spent the .baby daughter of Ha tsfield. S. !I Mrs. L. J. Cannon few ,).
Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Avon McMullen and chil- week end here with Mrs. Hiley C. visited his parents Mr. and days last week. 1 beautiful 1 1z11or :
Ward. Mrs. Willie Odom, last Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach are
Drew Holmes Thursday night. dren of Live Oak visited Mr. and week. 8x10
Mrs. J., B. Wilson of Astatula Mrs. Drew Holmes Thursday af- Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst and in Gainesville a few days this ,
spent the week end here with ternoon.Mr. daughter of Jacksonville spent children of Guam and Harley E. week where Willie is taking treat- 11:00 AJVL to 5:00 P3L :
_ Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Lepper. and Mrs. E. L.Weidner and several days here with Mrs. Winnie Odom, .U.s.A.F. and Mrs. Odom ment for a very bad foot. j.
and other relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spooner of
Mr. and Mrs, Drew Holmes, children of Jacksonville are Hays
Andy Hatcher Bob Roberts and spending a few days here with and Mrs. Earl Durham and Jacksonville visited their parents SILVERTONEPORTRAIT
children and Mrs. Riley Ward Touchton and family enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Spooner and
Buddy McMullen
were supper Mrs. Winnie Hays and other rela- '
picnic supper on the Suwannee. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Adkins,
guests of Mr.: and Mrs. Willie tives and attended services at visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Fortner re-
River at Luraville bridge Satur-
Howell Monday night. Pine Level Church Sunday morn : Sunday morning. *.
Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hays visit- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Marion McNeeleyof
ing.Carl Fortner Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberts and Evansville. Ind., are visitingher
Tressler attended services at the Tressler and Mrs. Bertha ed Mr. and Mrs. L. G
Mrs. Ron Vande Voren of Lake parents Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
First Methodist Church in Live Berglas visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Friday afternoon.Too Only .
City spent the week end here with
Spooner. Week end
guests were
Oak Sunday morning. M. Moore Saturday night. ( Late For Last Week)
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and
their Mr. and Mrs. Beal 9 7c
Rev and Mrs. Bill Terrell of Mr.'. and Mrs. Drew Holmes, Miss Terri Sue Lyons of Jack- sons NO AGE LIMIT
attended services at Pine Level
Spooner of.Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry were supper guests of Mr. Bob Roberts and Buddy McMul- sonville spent two weeks here Church Sunday morning. Ned Spooner and children and Plus Small Handling ChargeRoberts
and Mrs. J. P. Toole Thursday len spent Saturday with Mr. and with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
and M. J. visited
Harry Lepper Mr. and Mrs. Stet Spooner and
night. Mrs. Willie Howell. Mrs. Joe Johnson.Mr.
their; mother Mrs. Julia Lepper. children of Jacksonville.Rev. .
Andy Hatcher left Tuesday ,after Mr. and Mrs. Marty Ravelletteand and Mrs. Drew Holmes,
spending a month here with Mr. and Mrs.Donald Wilsonare Andy Hatcher Bob Roberts Rufus Sunday afternoon. F. E. Day will fill his appointment "
Dave Mederios of Perry spent of
here I
Sunday morning. DaytonaALL
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. He spending a few days with Mr. McMullen, and Mrs. Gordon
Keeling spent Wednesday with Sunday Fortner.Mr. .with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Visitors Services always at 10 am.welcome.and 7:30 pjn.

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H. M. Moore
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Wednesday night. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. SELECTION OF POSES TO CHOOSE FROM r
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood and Drew Holmes. At McAlpin Thursday GROUPS $1.00 EXTRA PER PERSON
John, of Jacksonville visited
and Mrs. Drew Holmes Sat- Andy Hatcher spent Thursdayand The Suwannee County Farm Only 1 Special Offer Every 6 Months
LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE Friday in Jacksonville with Bureau will hold its monthly unless additional pictures are added.
urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Holmes. meeting on Thursday. July 18 at
spent Johnny last Lepper week here of Lake with City Mr. The community sing will be the McAlpin School. Friday Saturday, July 22nd & July 23rd
held at Pine Level Church Sat- Our annual Singing Programwill HOURS_
11:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
and Mrs. Harry Lepper.
urday night, July 13, at 8 o'clock. be held at this time. Please
ARTHUR CROWE Mrs. H. M. Moore honored her Everyone is invited., note that the meeting place has OUR NATIONALLY KNOWN PHOTOGRAPHERWILL
H. M. with a
husband, Moore
Mrs. Bertha BE AT
Berglas and Carl been changed from Beachville to
birthday supper Tuesday night of Tressler visited Mr. and Mrs. W. McAlpin in order to have more
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occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Louie .
Troopers Jimmy Fortner and covered dish supper will be ,
fortner and Peepsie. Mr. and
Arthur Sasser of Pensacola spent served beginning at 8 pjn.
to $1.00
and Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Fortner
Monday night with Mr. and Mrs.L. All entertainers are invited to
P. Fortner enroute to Ocala. perform.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullenand
IN LIVE OAKWe children of Live Oak were .,
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. \
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v'r' 1 i iI .mind"tinued, to grew grow also in in the body love and of Demonsration Ladies Attend State MeetingThe I Advent Christian To

God and of man. Later during Show Christian Film
bright star of home demonstration backs the home demonstration education, health and safety
ministry, He taughtus
. 1 Pastor's Cornerj, r I to public love God with all our.being work continues to rise program.In education, foods clothing, textiles One of the most challenging
body and mind included. not only in Suwannee Countybut addition. Dr. J. Wayne and numerous other cate- Christian moving pictures ever
throughout the state. produced will be presented at the
Reitz. president of the Universityof gories.
ft_ ;cwI Worry is a sign that our spirits Mrs. A. R. Murphy of ,McAlpin. Florida, spoke to the group on ; In addition to the educational Advent Christian Church, 329
I I By REV JIM WALKUP I I are not in harmony with God'sSpirit. president of the Suwannee Home the necessity of teaching children program at the convention Mrs. North Ohio Ave., this Sunday at
I Worry is an indication Demonstration County Council assigned to serve as 7:00
I at an early age to vote and take Murphy was p.m.
in the
i= Pastor First Presbyterian. Church F .f"y Y lack of faith and trust and pointed out that advances in an active part in government.Reitz chairman of the state youth development "Unfinished Task" is a moving
'i power of God which created home demonstration continue to committee. drama which presents a panoramic
a redeemed us. Worry is a slap in observed that children .
be illustrated dramatically each i picture of the work of the
Let's start a campaign to help trouble is enough for one day." the face to God' who "works all year by an ever-improving state need liance,to be taught more self-re. ALCOHOLICS SCORE HIGH church which is yet undone aad I i
put our i doctors out of 'business. The exact amount of businesswe things l together for'good to those convention. more surefootedness to Alcoholics scored higher than challenges each church member ,
They won't mind because they give to our physicians becauseof who love Him". Attending the recent convention cope that with the world. He pointedout average on intelligence tests giv- to the task.According.
are all overworked. Besides, they worry will 'probably never be Worry eats"at our minds and with Mrs. Murphy were Mrs. back.. to immaturity, which points en as part of a vocational rehabilitation to the pastor Rev. '
a great extent to the
are engaged in a profession whichis determined but it is estimated by bodies, saps our strength, fills Jack Lord and Miss Bernice Shu- home, is research project at the Nelson B. Melvin, the hour-Jong
one of the big
continually seeking new ways many competent doctors to b.! the hospitals, empties our pock- ler home demonstration agent. for so reasons Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation film story centers around a successful -
to put itself out of business. more than half of their practice ets. This nefarious sin of worryis The delegation of 150_.Council many divorces. Center at Avon Park accordingto business man, who expectshis
How can we help them? Simplyby It is a known fact that the one of Satan's most subtle members and advisors from: all Miss Anna Mae Sikes state James H. Williams, Ph. D.. son to follow in his footsteps
I stopping this infernal sin of body mind, and spirit are inter tools. Worry is probably the most over the state heard successive home demonstration agent, pointed project director. When the son feels called to
; worrying! I deliberately say "in related. What affects one affects effective way to keep our doctors addresses from Dr. M. O. Wat- out that home demonstrationis MU take his Christianity seriously.
I fernal" because worry- has its the others. Therefore in order to from going out of business. kins, director of the Florida Agricultural not a social club, but an educational Branding cattle for identification the conflict begins. Both teen
origin in hell. Our Lord Jesus enjoy optimum physical health Besides being an affront to Extension Service which program on every phaseof purposes was practiced in the agers and adults will enjoy aDd
says to us, "Don't worry at all one must also have a healthy God, a sign of little faith, harm family living. Orient at least as early as 2,000 profit from viewing the struggle
about tomorrow. Tomorrow can I mind and spirit. And so it was ful to the body and lucrative to This includes human relations, B.C.. according to Collier Encyclo which follows, he said.
take care of itself! One day's that the boy Jesus, Who "con- physicians, worry is downright Shaw Completes home management consumer pedia. The public is invited.

silly. Jesus said as much when
He said that if we concentrate Two-Week TourArmy
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTTo sufficiently on the problems of
today we won't have time to Reserve Specialist Four I TOBACCO HARVEST SPECIAL

worry' ourselves over the problems Billy R. Shaw, 27, son of Mrs. M.
My Friends and Assured:' of yesterday and tomorrow. J. Allbritton, Route 5, Live Oak,
on the other hand, if we worry completed two weeks of annual AMALDI (New Fall)
I have sold to Mr. Maurice R. Scho- ourselves over the problems of active duty training at Fort_
yesterday and tomorrow we won'thave Bragg N. C., July 4.
field an interest in Townsend Insurance .
sufficient strength to bringto Specialist Shaw is assigned as STACKED HEELS
Agency. Because of business demands bear on the problems of to- a supply clerk at the 345th Surgical J .

day.In Hospital, an Army Reserve .
other than
insurance that
require my conclusion let me share with unit in Jacksonville.
j time, I feel the agency needs another qua you a short essay' by Robert J. Shaw graduated from Suwannee S $9.90Reg.
Burdette entitled "Three Days". High School in 1953 and received :
representative to serve you. "There are two days in the his bachelor of science

Mr. Schofield is well qualified to week upon which and about degree from Berea (Ky.) Collegein $11.99
which I never worry two care 1960. .
manage Townsend Insurance Agency. By free days kept sacredly free from 1 ". .

pooling our experience and efforts, he andI fear and apprehension. One of Card Of ThanksWe ..,
these days is yesterday. Yesterday '
can offer you service second to none We with its care and frets and wish to express our heart-
are convinced that the finest all its pains and aches, all its felt thanks and deepest appreciation -
we represent
for the words of sympathy,
faults, its mistakes and blunders
company in the insurance field. has passed forever beyond my re- comfort, and acts of kindness; to Y

We have facilities to finance your insurance call. It was mine; it is God's. the the nurses Suwannee and Dr. Sotolongo at
County Hospital; 1
"And the other day that I do AAAA Widths
premiums on a monthly basis, if not worry about is tomorrow. To- and to our many friends for the

are unable to them when they morrow, with all its possible adversities food, floral offerings, and the .! Sizes to 1 10,.
you pay are its burdens, its perils, prayers of everyone at the pass
due. its large promise and poor per- ing of our wife and mother. May Brown or Black

For all of your insurance needs and formance, its failures and mistakes prayer.God bless and keep you is our Air Foam Cushioned
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questions,, please call us. Thank you for as its dead sister, yesterday. J. A. Johnson and family
Tomorrow is God's day; it will be
I your patronage. We sincerely appreciate mine. only the mighty God can sustain Especially made for us in Italy Fine Calfskin with cushioned in-

it. "There is left for myself, then, that we break down. It isn'tthe soles Made to wear and wear Stock up now for the fall months
but one day in the week today. experiences of today that ahead.
TOWNSEND Any man can fight the battlesof drive men mad. It is of remorseof
today. Any woman can carry what happened yesterday and
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man can resist the temptationsof bring. These are God's days. COMPANY '
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today. It is only when we will Leave them to Him. '.
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fully add the burdens of those Let's stop worrying and help SHOE DEPT.
Maurice R. Schofield two awful eternities, yesterdayand put our doctors out of business.
tomorrow such burdens as They will praise us for it!
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In 63 other pleadings: in the office of the address, as published ia this nl ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Unless proof of ownership ia pTeuJ
calf trading at the Feeder-stocker absent -
Cattle and steers were 1963. If fail the holder
the 9th day of August yon to by September 2K. 1"
Telephone Company Edges Velda State Suwannee Valley Livestock Market from the run. to do '0. Judgment by default will be the property will be deHvered to .

Boys MeetThree Wednesday July 10. dropped to a One medium heifer sold for $19 manded taken against in the you Complaint.for the relief de-. claims Administrator.most be Thereafter directed 'to the all Adn fur* )

In Little League action Thursday, July Coca-Cola. 6eason's--low; of 47 traded com- and commons brought $17-$18.25. DONE AND ORDERED at Live Oak. istrator.
defeated Ratliff 20-3 and North Florida Telephone Suwannee County youths pared with 87 sold the week be- Common cows traded for $13-$15. Florida this LAVAUGHN 6th day of A.July SESSIONS 1963. RAY Administrator E. GREENAs
-Tommy Shields Gary Martin,
Velda 1211.In Medium and low-good calves Clerk of Circuit Court 10-11
squeezed by and Stassen Brim last week par- fore.George C. Avery of the Florida brought $22-$24.75 commons sold Suwannee County. Florida.
the first game, Coke scored four runs in the first ticipated in the 1963 American State Marketing Bureau said that from around (SEAL) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO
$16-$21 weights G. A. BUIE JR. CHANGE ZONE
inning and were never headed_ after that. Legion-sponsored Boys State in with demand Columbia County Courthouse
trading was active 150 pounds bringing up to $23. NOTICE is hereby given that a r '
'A single by Pittman a double I Tallahassee.The good for all classes. He noted, Hoc Sales Lake Attorney City for Florid Plaintiff He Hearing win be heM by the i
accountedfor Council of the Clay of Live Oak FM
by Giddens. and a home run by by Ratliff and Brown students attended the .annual however that all classes were too Hog trading at the market also I 9-12 ia the Coaaefl Room, City HaJ L
the runs. The the final score of 20-3. mock governmental session Oak Florida oa Tos4ay. Aug.. ,
Guest produced few iii,one or both weeks for accurate dipped to rock bottom with 160 -
Velda NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS 1963 at '1:1t P. M. for the iJS'l
NFT Downs for with.their I purr
second Inning saw Coke pick up boys expenses paid price comparison with the sold compared with 221 last week. APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF amending Zoning Ordinance N> <
r eight more runs with the aid offive Trailing by a 12-3 score in the by the Live Oak American Legion exception of sticker calves which Mixed grades of 180-210 pound ABANDONED PROPERTY I, from Zone R-1A to Zoae A, m c :c;

walks and two Katliff er- third inning, Velda almost caught Post, Rotary Club, and Elks were strong to fully one dollar barrows and gilts sold for $18.30, '717 Pursuant, Florida to Statutes Section entitled 13 of "Florida Chapter be that installed a State oa approved the following trailer park do .-.

Telephone but had to take a 12- Lodge. higher. 210-240 pounds $18.25. 240-270 Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act", property:
rors.Coke notice is hereby given that the persons Entire Block 74, Live Oak
thirdas Students who
in the 11 defeat. attend this
went scoreless session Approximately three-fourths of 160-180 listed below
pounds absent. pounds appear to be the own- All Interested property ownercitizens r
the Ratliff pitcher Goodlet Telephone started the scoringin divide into political organiza_ the run was cleared to feeder- $17.80, 140-160 pounds $17.10.( ers of unclaimed personal or intangible within five haadred I50C')'l'' ic.
first Rawls rapped out a tions elect officials property presumed abandoned. of said property shall have an t.
the side. the as including a
struck out stocker accounts while slightly 120-140 ,
pounds $16.15, 2-0367-6025. GASKINS. CARLTON. tnnity to be heard at such heari:
Ratliff picked up one run in long home run. Velda bounced governor and legislature, pass under one-half of the total was pounds $16.45. and 80-110 pounds 624 East Duval Live Oak. Florida. City CoaMiJCity
the third on a double by Wilder back with the tying run in the laws, and participate in governmental calves, Avery added. 1625. Information concerning the amountor of Live Oak. F', .'iS
description of the Property and / Venn Hunter Ire _
and a wild pitch. second on a triple'by McHenryand on a simulated plane with Slaughter steers were absent Sows weighing between 180-500 the name and address of the holder ATTEST:

Coke came back for six runs a wild pitch. A five run second adult voters and officials. from the run. One high-standard pounds brought $14-$15.45. No may possessing he obtained an interest by in any the prop perSons 10-11 Harvey W. Perry. City Clerk

in the fourth to boost their lead sent Telephone out front 6-1. The three students were selected heifer brought $21.50 per hundred boars were sold.

to 18-1. A triple by Pittman a A three run burst by Velda in to attend the Boys State by pounds; cutter to averageutilitycows Feeder pigs were too few to

double by Giddens and a triple the third pulled them up to 6-4. the school faculty on the basisof brought $13-$15.50. One quote prices.

by Brown did most of the dam- They scored on singles by poole. their outstanding student rec cutter bull sold for 1625.

age. Ratliff picked up its final Cheek, and Reeves along with a ords.Gary Standard calves traded from PUBLIC NOTICESIN

2 runs in the fourth inning as a walk and an error. was vice president of the $22.75-$24. Utilities were absent

triple by Edwards, a fly ball anda Telephone picked up six runs sophomore class and president of and culls brought $13-$15. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
walk led to two runs. Two runs in their half of the third inningon the junior class during the past AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN-

by Coke in the fifth on doubles five base hits and three walks. year. He is a Key Club member TY RE, .FLORIDA.: The Estate of IN PROBATEIN i r---

State Bank No. 250 and a board member and a mem- Smcannee County ANNA ROBERTS. :' r

REPORT OF CONDITION -COMMERCIAL BANK OF UVE-OAK" OF LIVE ber of the National Honor So- HospitalBIRTHS Notice Of Filing Deceased.Petition For Final
OAK, IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON ciety. Discharge Of The AdministratorsTO z ; Ic
" JUNE 29. 1963. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: \ t yo--.
In addition Gary has
t ASSETS partici- Notice is hereby given that we have

Cash.Of balances collection with.other banks_..._and..._cash.Items_....in,,::-process._...._$1.094.%56.U pated in varsity basketball and filed of our the final estate returns of Anna as Roberts administrators deceased --
United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed ._ 1518704.69 track, and was a homecoming attendant .;
; that we have filed our Petitionfor r ft
Obligations of States and political subdivisions _...__..._.._ an.418.08 in the tenth and eleventh Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Green of final discharge and that we will
Loans and discounts (including 910,340.77 overdrafts) 2,954,597.92Bank
Lo- apply to the Honorable Reece Brown
O'Brien, .a daughter, Gayeth :
premises owned $17,102.14 furniture and fixtures 1594287...... 33,045.01TOTAL grades. County Judge of Suwannee County. 3
Tommy, a member of the Science retta, born Wednesday, July 10. Florida on July 31, 1963 for approvalof
ASSETS ..._._...._.......-$5,976,022.15 the same and final discharge as administrators 3 3i
LIABILITIES Club, is a member of the Mrs. Charles (Buddy) of the estate of Anna
I Mr. and
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations _...._$2,190,6$4.3 Junior Academy and Science anda Roberts deceased. -
Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships, and Bell, of Live Oak, a daughter, SW. L. ROBERTS
corporations .-.-....2.2..05.31 delegate to the State Conven- r
born July AdministratorS
Cynthia Inez, Monday,
Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) .. 234758.79 ;
tion. He plays in the school band O. ROBERTS
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..._...._.:.- 660,289.93 8.
Deposits of banks ..........._........_.._...._._......-.M... i 66,785.29 and Stage Band and is a fromer I 9-12 Administrator
Certified and officers' cheeks, eta ..._...._.....-._..._ 22,775.78 president of the Sheriff's Junior Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hillhouse I
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TOTAL DEPOSITS $5.418.629.48a
..._._.._ Oak Eric Stanley .I NOTICE i.EL .
( ) Total demand deposits 2807224.12 Deputies.A of Live a son, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Other(b)liabilities Total time....and........savings...,......._deposits.52,111,405.31...._...._..._.-?.,.._.._... 45260.28 born Wednesday, July 10. undersigned Yon will please Glynn take Duncan notice is that and has the : :

TOTAL LIABILITIES ..-._..........._...__..._............._.._..5463889.71 double by Rawls followed by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fissell of been and tire will sales engage, recapping in a and motor vulcanizing vehicle -
. .,. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS singles by Bass, Phillips, and Robert West -
Branford business
a son and otherwise deal in
Capital: Common stock, total par value $290.060.00 $ 200,000.00'Surplus
: ..._...,. _,,,,....:4--... mi _...-.....- .... _.: i..- ....i. 200,000.00 Heath produced the runs. born Wednesday July 10. motor under the vehicle tires of Live and related items IN FLORIDA
Undivided profits -;-.-.-.-...:-..._.._. 112,132.44 Velda held Telephone scorelessin pany in Live name Oak, Florida Oak Tire and Com-will

TOTAL CAPITAL .ACCOUNTS ..._..._---t.._.._$ 512132.44 the fourth and fifth as they Mr. and Mrs. Buford Ratliffof file a registration of said fictitious BEER IS A NATURALFrom
attempted to overcome Tele Live Oak, a son, (no name list- name Florida as Statutes required 1961.by Section 865.09,

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS- _...$5,976,022.15MEMORANDA phone's 12-4 lead. ed), born Sunday, July 14. Said business is owned by the un

;Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes Two runs in the fourth on a dersigned. Dated this July 9th 1963. nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer. .

, agreement(including notes to repurchase and bills) .rediscounted..._and....securities_..._.._sold...._with.1072145.49 walk, a double by Johnson, anda I Aspiring to the highest posi- 9.12IN S/ GLYNN DUNCAN Florida's traditional beverage of moderation. it's fight, /

, Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of....... 64114.12 single by Stapleton cut the tion offered in scouting Tommyis THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD sparkling, delicious.
n I, John G. Adieks Vice President, of the above-named bank do solemnly affirm
that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and Telephone lead to 12-6. president of the Explorer Post SUWANNEE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR And naturally, the Brewing Industry to Florida is proud of

' ,belief.. In the final Inning, the Velda 86, a junior assistant scoutmaster, COUNTY FLORIDA.DIVORCE the more than $27,820,935 it contributes in taxes to the state

s \- < Correct-Attest John: G. Adieks lead-off man walked and then senior patrol leader, and recipientof MYRTLE EVELYN FERRARO. of Florida each year. money that helps support our
Plaintiff.EDWARD ,
C L. J. Day the base hits started coming. the "God and Country Award". -.1- schools, our hospitals, end our roads. to FterMe, beer be

' Kelly W. M.Weaver Jernigan Triples by Mixon and Stapleton Stassen is a member of the Na- PAUL FERRARO, longs...enjoy it.
Directors furnished most of the power. tional Honor Society and the Defendant.
State Sworn of Florida to and subscribed County of before Suwannee.me this es: 11th day of July. 1963 Trailing by only one run 12-11 Beta Club. He has been a mem- TO: EDWARD PAUL FERRARO

' (SEAL) and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. the last two Velda batters ber of the Suwannee High School Address% MeGnirePlainfield.- 220 E. Front Street t UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. _

grounded out to the first base- Band for three and >> New
Laura C. Teagle, Notary Public State of Florida at Large years the Jersey FLORIDA DIVISION
My commission expires November 6. 1964. man. Variety Band for two years. You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed against

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