Suwannee Democrat
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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 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: UF00028422:00346
 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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Multi-Million Dollar Leaf Market To Open

Warelwusemen Prepare For Market OpeningPictured I Opening Date

-1 Pool
Douglass I Seen Helpful
T4 t oUT LoUD

With Lome C. Wadsworth Work Begins I For Marketing

Live Oak's multimilliondollar
Needs attention. I. flue-cured tobacco

i What has been said here about | market will open today

care and maintenance as well as (Thursday) amid
a caco-
To Be
keeping our community clean and Jaycee Beauty Project .. j phony of sound and drama
beautiful mainly for our own t t x .%, I i
Contest Slated"Miss the swift of
paced by tempo
pleasure and good has struck I
chords of favorable response with Suwannee County" will Completed By the professional auctioneer.
be selected at a beauty contestto i The brief sale lasting only a

many.For instance, this week several be held the night of the sec- School TermWork few weeks will move millions of

persons have taken the time to ond street dane on Auff. 2, Jaycee pounds of the golden leaf into
;a President Bob Cason said hands of cigarette manufacturers -
::1 the
f call and ask that something be began last week on; of ,
said about the manner in which Tuesday. drawing
care Cason said the winner, who the swimming pool portionof dollars into the county.
officials have permitted
Savings Bond, the New Douglass Recre Marvin :
will receive a $25 Sales Supervisor
and upkeep, of the city cemetery
V to deteriorate until the conditionand would be entered in the Madison ation project as county and iw : << Phillips said the July' 25 opening
appearance of this hallowed Tobacco Queen contest to city heavy machinery carveda r 3 date for tobacco sales throughout -

spot is disgraceful.It compete for a two-year scholar- huge hole in the ground to w' the Florida-Georgia belt is.
ship to North Florida Junior facility. good for Suwannee County.
is normal and natural for us house the
to want the final resting placeof College. In addition, "Miss Su Mahone Rees, the city's super 4i "Plenty tobacco is ready to
our loved ones to be a well- wannee County" will participatein intendent of public works who i is 44q O 8 market" he said. "This will makean
kept and beautiful spot. This can the "Miss Florida Crown"beauty supervising the construction, said orderly market season avoiding -

not be said about the cemetery contest at Jacksonville he anticipates having the pool I a congestive market where
here today. Beach Aug. 31, Cason said. completed before classes resumein N growers have to wait in line."

J, Care and maintenance of this The runner-up in the Su September. 1 r In the recent vote to select an _

I site is a function and responsibility wannee contest will receive a Rees said the State Board of. opening date Suwannee growers
of the City Council. I have trophy and an appropriate mo- Health has not as yet approved balloted heavily in favor of a later -

made no effort to find out whichof mento, he added. 'the plans for the pool but the date they chose Aug. 8 first,
the five men on the Council Cason said the deadline for agency is expected to do so at any and Aug. 1 second. The market .

has this facility under his personal applying for entry in the con- time. The Board of Health must was opened in Florida ahead of
supervision for the present test has been extended until approve all plans for public facilities the recommended date however,
situation and condition must be Wednesday, July 31, at 5 p.m. of this type in order to to coincide with Georgia's open-
I i shared by all city officials. He added that girls enteringthe operate them legally, Rees ex above, examining a basket of quality Bobby Oldham. Big Independent; Frank Futch Jr., ing date. The commissioner of

Beautification of this site was contest are not required to plained.He tobacco, are the men who will run Live Oak's multiFarmers; Lutch Oldham, Cecil Moore Big Inde- agriculture apparently decided

at one time a major project of submit a photograph. added that the work now million dollar tobacco market this season. Warependent; Norman Swain, Farmers; and Frank i that to open simultaneously with
the Live Oak Woman's Club and under way will not conflict with housemen are standing. From left to right they Futch Sr., Farmers. J. Marvin Phillips, kneelingare Georgia markets was in Florida's '

r many of the improvements made Nabs Two the state specifications and "we J, D. Bailey, Farmers; R. A. Owens, Suwannee; is the market's sales supervisor. best interests.
A there in years past were due to Sheriff I can get a lot done before the Phillips said this sale will be

constant vigilance on the part plans are approved." iondurted under approximatelythe
of these ladies. I think it could Largo TeenagersFor Rees said the project will be Equipment Exceeds $Z' Million Commission Takes same criteria that were in
well be a project for one of the constructed primarily by city em- effect in 1962. Warehousemen can
civic groups we have now. Not to ployees who will be used on a sell a maximum of 4,400 baskets.
Live Oak Guard Gets
do the work necessarily but to Truck Theft part-time basis so as not to conflict $60,000Pay Steps To Pave per day 2,200 baskets per each

stay in the hair of the Council with the normal operations set of buyers. The five and one-
until the city does what should I Sheriff Hugh Lewis jailed two of' the city. The county will be General half hour sale time will be effective -
Annually Says
and. must be' done. ''''-, I teenage boys_.from Largo last -called upon to do whatever city ._ 'Old Stage Road'The with a maximum of 490
One only has to 'ride thru the week for stealing a pickup truck personnel and equipment cannot Live Oak's National Guardsmen receive around $60.- baskets per hour per sale.
belonging to O. M. (Slim) Touch-_ he added. Board of County Commis- "From past sale experience,
cemetery to see what needs to be tiandle I 000 in pay and allowances annually for a $5,000 per month
done. ton of Clayland. Rees explained, for example, sioners took initial steps Saturdayto this is the largest number of
income to this area Brig Gen Louie C. Wadsworth told
Lewis said the two youths apparently that a county' bulldozer did the pave 12 miles of the "Old baskets that buyers can efficiently -
took the truck to haul bulk of the excavating for the Kiwanians here Wednesday, Stage Road" that runs across the analyze and buy in an hour,"
That the experimental dam away their motor scooter that pool since the city is'not equipped This figure includes the two units here, local officers northern section of the county. Phillips said.Baskets .
to determine -
built at Suwannee Springs had run out of gas about 12 miles with this piece of heavy assigned to other outfits, salary After receiving survey maps of tobacco weigh between -
of the
if the level upper from Live Oak on the Mayo Road. equipment.The for a full time assistant, and from the State Road Department, 150-175 pounds each.
part of the famed stream The sheriff said that Touchton superintendent said the maintenance funds for upkeep of the board authorized the county The market features seven
be raised has been notified him Monday morning pool will be a regulation size Junior -- state property at the local Arm- attorney to make an abstract for warehouses, three experienced
should lead to develop-
successful July 15, that his truck had been Olympic pool with inside measurements procuring rights-of-way from operators, and two sets of buy-
ment all along the river in the stolen. Lewis said the truck was of 42 by 75 feet. The ory.General Wadsworth outlinedthe ?4t residents who own property adjacent ers representing the major tobacco

years ahead. found Wednesday, parked in a side-walls will be eightinchthick new lineup of the Florida to the road. companies.The .
Pew people who have gone I ditch between O'Brien and Mc- ; concrete block and the bot- Army National Guard explainingthe In other business, the board three warehouse'operas
boating on the Suwannee have Alpin. had run out of gas. tom six-inch thick concrete,steel reorganization that gave voted to transfer responsibility include the Big Independent
found fault with the scenic beau- Lewis' said he was called Sun- headquarters for Warehouses
reinforced.The Florida a divisional processing indigent hospitalcases managed by Cecil
ty of the banks of the stream. day night by a county resident pool will be equipped with a separate infantry brigade, four from the Suwannee County Moore. Lutch Oldham and Bob-
Some contend, and rightfully so, about the scooter being parked a diving board and 10-foot depth groups of two battalions each, 12 Hospital administration to the (No. 5 Continued on Page 8))
that the upper part of the river along side the Mayo Road. He at the deepest end. The shallow battalions as parts of brigade and County Health Department. -

has some of the finest natural and Deputy Cecil Bonds rode out end will be three feet deep. groups, and 12 separate companies Heretofore the hospital admin- Street Dance Set
beauty along the river. to check on the abandoned scoot- The sidewalls of the pool will and a few small detachments.These istration had processed applIcations -
Thus it is splendid to know that be 24 inches above current ground troops are scattered thru- and reports concerning Public Is InvitedA

perhaps in the years ahead other er."We figured it was out of gas or level with the earth built up even out Florida with major headquarters treatment of indigent medical lively street dance featuring -

_J small dams will be built to developed enigne trouble and -its with the top of the sidewalls. A in Jacksonville.Total cases. The action by the board Claude Bedenbauth and his _
make boating easier and practical owner would come back after it sand and gravel filter system will authorized strength for was taken at the request of the hillbilly band scheduled here

from the Georgia line to the in the morning" Lewis said. keep the water clean and circulating the Florida Army National Guardis hospital and the health depart- tonight, Thursday, will punctu-
mouth of the river at Suwannee.
The sheriff said he was able' totrace with drainage going into I and warrant officers WADSWORTHsupported I ment. ate the openlnr of the Live
When 637 officer
the river is
to boating
open down the Largo youths became I health officer and Oak tobacco market.
j a 1 nearby city sewer. I I and 7430 enlisted men.Add- The county
its route in 1mproVenients
jaljalong arid Florida. he had written down the In addition, plans call for a ed to this is a strength of 91 officers the OCS program. county sanitarian appeared before Bob Cason president of the
developments Of tag number of the scooter. Figur- weding pool for children. Rees and 756 enlisted men for When the unit entered World the board and requested a Jaycees, sponsors of the annual
the.,many Springs fend camp sites ing that the owners'of the scooter said, and if there is money National Guard in Jacksonville War H in November, 1940, four raise in millage to increase operating event announced the dance
"along the stream will come. When had stolen the truck, Lewis enough after this has been completed the Air Florida total enlisted men automatically became -, funds for both offices. The would begin at 8 pjn. on Court
that' occur the Suwannee River called Clearwater officers who the city will build several 728 officers and war- officers due to qualifying board advised them that a decision Street, behind McCrory's. Other
will be a mecca of high order for picked up the suspects in Largo. concrete picnic tables. Ample rant officers and 8186 enlistedmen. for commissions.This would be available follow- street dance will be held

recreation in Florida.No. The two youths who are cur- parking space enough to ac- tradition continues today ing the commission's Aug. 6 meet- Aur. 2, and Aug. 8.
( 1 Continued on Pate 8) (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) (No. 3 Continued on Pare 8)) to the with two new officers being commissioned ing at which time the millage will Cason said concession stands
.. State funds allocated head- July 14; one man is be set and budget completed. would be operated and dress is
military department with now at Fort Benning who will i The board approved a deputy InformaL.
Work Begins On Douglass Swimming Pool quarters at St. Augustine totaled 1963. (No. 4 Continued on Page 8) I sheriff's bond for R. B. Hubbard. The public is invited.
455449.00 for fiscal year
Approximately a half million dollars -
o O X" \3' o S \ y'a', is involved in the operationof In Smcannee CountyPublic

Camp Blanding which is under
the Armory Board of which Gen. IThe

iadE i- I Wadsworth Federal funds is a for member.the National Bodies Spend Millions

Guard for fiscal 1962 were $2- I
468622.00 for the air guard and millions of dollars in chunk of money goes to operatethe to farmers participating in federal

6325748.00 for the army guardor state and federal tax reve- schools via the Minimum I agriculture and conservation pro

,.., a total of 879437000. .Total nues that roll into Suwannee Foundation Program. Estimatedstate grams.
value of equipment placed by the County each come froma receipts to operate the coun- The three major program administered -
federal government for use of the year ty's schools for the 1963-64 term through the ASCS office -
of almosttoo
Guard as given by the general congeries sources total 1125621. The local tax are the feed grains program,
amounts to 4632647400. numerous to count. contribution totals $318,330, a little $504,930; soil bank $280,96; and

Two units are stationed at Live Among the giant contributorsare less than 25 per cent of the the Agricultural Conservation.

Oak as federally recognized partsof social security and welfare. ,total budget. Program (ACP), 124245.
r tZ\ the Florida Guard. CompanyA. Payments from social security The various agricultural agen- Mills said Suwannee County
;Y i k 1st Bru 187th Armor, is the alone coming into Suwannee cies lumped together are the has primarily corn and sorguai as

major unit here and has an authorized County in .1962 were984,000. county's largest spenders counting feed grains. Designed to cut down

strength of 5 officers and And welfare payments are not direct payments and. admin- on the production of feed grains

57 men. The Armored Cavalry far behind. According to Don istrative costs. Monies brought in- this program will pay partierpat
Platoon of Headquarters Com- Nelson, director of the welfare to Suwannee through these agencies ing farmers so much per acre for

0v pany of the battalion is located in district office here, Suwannee exceed $15 million annually. retiring land from production.Farmers .
g. Live Oak with an authorized Countians will receive approxi- Agriculture can participate by reducing -

<,r.Ari'.. '' $ 'v.x'.5 -t'.a,\ 1 ai, ;..tu ': :.., ,...:, wq \ vI men. The two units now fits this year. In addition to pub- the Agricultural Stabilization 40 per cent Mills explained.
I Is.' vxri. : aYR .. ;l R.a.. h .x. .; .atn:. M' \_. : ; '\ Service better When land is retired under
r : ::\\.nC"'k. t\ .M' \. .\'M\a"\_\.r. ar..Fr have total strength of five offic- lic assistance payments, these ,
a s9; C +..\.?'. J.. ..1Y!+4\iyR r.de'.\< -y:P'@y\.:: :> ers and 99 enlisted men. benefits Include prescribed medi- known as the ASCS office. This this program, however farmers.

General Wadsworth pointedout cines, hospitalization, and nurs- federally financed office run bya are required to maintain a ever

'_ that Live Oak holds an enviable ing home care. county native', J. B. Mills, crop on the acreage, he added.
4-- ____J position in state Guard These figures represent the direct spends approximately $1 million ACP Program
circles for producing officers. He payments alone. Adding administrative per year in Suwannee County. The ACP program, which has
School Board Member L. M., Crews Jr., left, plans by Mahone Bees, city superintendent of said this community could well i expenses involved Only $54,000 of the total goes for received considerable participation > -

Coasty Commissioner Lamar Hancock and ,Major. public works. Douglass High can be sees in the be proud of the manner in which I would make the total higher. salaries and office expenses: the locally, is one In which the

f, J. Marvin Phillips are+ briefed on construction 'ba rround. the local unit has thru the years From state sources, the largest' rest, over $900,000. is disbursed (No. 6 Continued on Pare 8)




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*Jn The Heart Of The Suwannee River Y lley" v 4'Y REPORT
BANNER Consolidated LEADER County
Established Established 1886 _
1884 August 2, 1897
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street 0 By SPESSARD L. HOLLAND

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher Front s..g : United States Senator

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor '- ?:; 1923 -1938 1953From
quiet lies
Clara S. Wadsworth. .............................. Associate Editor 4 ,. uneasy
Present indicationsare the Potomac.
, Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager ByDoyle The Files
i Of The that this first session of the PRESIDENT SIGNS TOBACCO -
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida E. t 88th Congress will extend at least BILL This week the Presi-

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4.00 ConnerPotatoes into late fall and of necessity, dent signed into law S. 581, my
RATES Outside Suwannee County $5.00 meaningful leg- bill authorizing for
have been in the spot- ,,, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT action on much another two
c ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance light of produce news recently. islation will be postponed. Of the years the transfer, by lease of
Interesting new developments in 13 essential annual appropriationsbills tobacco acreage allotments from
3i' which all governmental one farm to another within the
Kid the "spud" world are reported Forty Years Ago 1923
sari operation is predicated only same county.
t /SUWANNEE from two of thenation's leading
p Florida Press Association { COUNTY producing states Idaho and Very little interest was taken in in. This was enjoyed until the two have been sent to the Presi PEANUT LEGISLATION PASS-
CHAM8ER Maine. the city election for mayor held call to prepare for eating was dent. ES- This week the House passeda

., 0 SUWANNEE COUNTY COMMERCE The Idaho Potato and Onion Tuesday to fill out the unexpiredterm heard, when all joined in a mad I Foreign aid I am glad to report bill of interest to our peanut

o Chamber of Commerce << t1 Commission has been given a of Senator J. B. Johnson, scramble to get back from bath- I will be considerably smaller growers. The bill passed was oneI
demonstration of an electrostatic resigned, and only one name, that ing suits into khaki. than in previous years. introduced in the Senate as

potato stamping machine. It putsa of Col. M. F. Broome was placedon Abundance of food would not The major Administration companion legislation to Con-

brand or mark on each potato, the ballot; but about 10 o'clock describe the amount of food that recommendation now pending gressman Matthews' House bill.
Sell Your Tobacco In Live OakIt rents for $1,500 a year for each Tuesday morning Mr. C. E. Jones, loaded the tables but even this deals with proposed civil rights It has already been approved fc*.

production line plus a use fee of who had spent the night with his set before a bunch of hungry men legislation. There are a numberof the Senate and it extends for two

is of course getting to be "old hat" by now to again 5 cents a hundredweight and is family at Suwannee Springs, was disappeared. After voting that separate bills in this package, years, 1964-1965, a bill permit-

launch into a discussion of the importance of Live Oak's estimated to add to costs about notified by some of his friends this was one of the best picnicsever and hearings upon them have ting farmers to plant peanuts for

tobacco market, but because it is so important to the econ- 6.1 to 7.2 cents per hundred that they were running him for all loaded back into cars opened in both Houses. Actual boiling purposes without coming

omy of this county we are obliged to continue mentioning pounds. the position.Mr. and toured home. debate on these will probably not under acreage allotments.The .
it. The stamping part of the device Jones was persuaded to allow Within the last three monthsthe get under way until late August, author, Congressman Matthews -
his name to go up and he was unit has taken into the field and will be long and arduous substituted the Senate-
does not in \
Live Oak has the oldest and largest market in Flori come contact with
elected, the vote being 71 for 21 new members. The latest ad- blocking passage of all other leg- passed bill for his own, and it was
the potatoes and the brand is
' da. It has more buyers, and more warehousemen. Con- Jones and 60 for Broome. dition is Private Willie Nealey islation for an undetermined per- approved and is now ready for the
edible. Also
completely it followsthe
sequently, the competition is keener and growers get more from Wellborn who became a President.

for their tobacco by grade every time. damp contours potatoes.In and. can be used on proud member of the organizationlast iod.The tax reduction and tax adjustment CONFERENCES ON STATE

In Live Oak tobacco growers will find a pleasant, On last Thursday, Company"E" Thursday night. measures are still being I MATTERS Last week, together

alert community that welcomes each and every grower Maine, according to Produce went to Suwannee Springson studied by the House Ways and with a representative from Con-

that elects to sell his tobacco here. Growers will find News, a new law provides that a picnic. The rainy weather On Monday night at the Courthouse Means Committee and must be gressman Paul Rogers' office. I

ample space on the floors of the seven warehouses, under producers there can market a new prevented some of the members Maj. A. E. Barnett, form- voted upon by the House before met with Paul W. Koller Jr.. Angus

the guidance of three groups of experienced buyers. In top quality grade under a new from going, but despite this facta erly of the 10th Engineers 31st referral to the Senate. The sameis J. CarryhiD, Frank Quigley
good crowd was there and everyone Division, delivered one of the best true of the Medicare bill whichI and C. J. Wolfe all of the Palm
+ addition, Live Oak has two sets of buyers, more than any trademark that will be used only
other Florida market. by licensed Maine shippers whose enjoyed it. The bunch met lectures ever heard in Live Oak. do not believe will be acted uponin Beach area, to discuss proposed
at the Armory at 5 o'clock and His subject was "How Long Shall this session. This omission, work on Palm Beach Harbor. On
Primarily, we are proud because we have two sets of ards.potatoes can meet the high stand- went from there in cars. Americans Govern America?" and however, should occasion no con- the same day I also conferred

buyers, more than any other market in Florida. Here, In turn, all Upon arriving at the Springs, the figures and statistics quoted cern since the Kerr-Mills bill, with Henry Buckman, Jacksonville -
all of the major companies send their buyers to bid on trademarked labels shippers will using the swimming at once became the by the speaker were such as to now in effect, has been adoptedby President of the National

the Florida leaf which is recognized as being among the to sell the product for agree less thana not main consideration and they all furnish food for serious thoughtto 29 states, including our own, Rivers and Harbors Congress. and

tops in quality tobacco production.So specified minimum price. It is donned bathing suits and plunged every true American citizen. and is ready for a two-year trial former State Sen. Warren Sanchez .

the grower profits when he sells in Live Oak. hoped the plan will end a serious run in Florida.In of Live Oak, with refer nc :
I Twenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 my judgment, the tax ad- to the Cross-State .
This market is well-established and has an excellent repu- problem created by shippers who Barge Ca;
tation for being perennially a superior operation, each year cheat on the quality or who undercut Live Oak went on the air yes- send Jr., Dan Townsend, Tom justment bill will also be a casualty WEEK END IN FLORIDA

t producing the best prices for growers. the going market price.It terday for the first time this tobacco Cannon, Jr., Sidney Allen Billy for lack of action with tax reduction This newsletter was compM! >.J

We urge all tobacco growers in the state to considerthe appears that we are on the season at 11:30 am. from Newsome, Rufus Musgrove. Mel- legislation having a a day early in- order that I ecu_J
right track with Lee Knott's brick warehouse. The vin McMullen, C. B. McMullen, slightly better possibility of en- spend this week end in Flench
advantages of Live Oak as an excellent market to sell our new "sun-
FLAvor" trademark idea broadcast came via remote con Courtney Jenkins, Thomas actment. Today I am in Lake City atti< nd-!
their leaf. They will when do and for iden-
profit they they tifying top-quality trol from the local tobacco floor Wynne J. D. Johnson, Edwin Evans Important agricultural bills affecting ing ceremonies marking the dec!.'
will find a warm, friendly welcome when they bring their products. Florida-grown over Station WRUF at Gaines- Tommy McMullen O'Neal wheat and feed grains are cation of the Aero Corporations:

I tobacco here to sell. Johnson, Lyron Baker, Aubrey in committee in both Houses, with new plant. At this site the firm

This week (July 21-27) has ville.Former Governor Cary A. Har- Ward, Guy Harrell, Lorenzo Har- little chance of reaching the extended will perform overhaul work on

been designated National Farm dee was introduced to the radio rell, Hugh Dorsett, Landis Bar- hearings required. Although Navy aircraft under a recently-
"This is a nett Harry Barnett, Orvid Barnett all committees are work- secured government contract
Gators All The Way In '63? Safety Week. It's an anual affair audience and said: ,
designed to center attentionof very satisfactory day for Live Curtis Barnett, Wayne ing diligently and the Senate is Monday morning, in Jacksonville!

With the 1963 college football season just a few short farm and rural dwellers on the Oak, a happy day for its people, Thomas, Junior Pettus, Samuel meeting regularly, little legislation I will visit the Gibbs Shipyardto

weeks away, interest in the lines of gridiron combat is value of preventive measures to for we realize an objective we had Granger, Reynold McInnis, Walter has progressed to the voting witness the keel-laying of the
of Roberts A. C. Harrell Henry stage and the consensus is that first of two
reduce the tremendous 12 years ago with the opening oceanographic research -
kindling. We thought might be interested in the for- number of
you accidents the market in 1926. We were Wolfgang. T. J. Fletcher Jr., the looming civil rights battle ships which Gibbs is
tunes of Florida and Florida as seen by the experts. As Tve pointed occurring out each year. dreaming then what we see today Reginald Roberts and Jack An- will hold all other work in abey- building for the Coast and Geo-
before, safe-
Pigskin horizons at the of Florida
University appear ty precautions Live Oak as the largest drews. ance. detic Survey.
very bright this year, according to predictions. Although observe every day are an@something week to and best tobacco market in the I
cautous. because of the Gator's erratic < up- in the Florida-Georgia belt. j
year. Practically everythingwe Mrs. A3t ertine Willis and niece,
experts forecast that Florida will come in third in the use today tools, home appliances "We had only 80,000 pounds for Miss Virginia Fox, are chaperoning -

Southeastern Conference behind :Mississippi and Alabama. farm equipment, autos sale on the opening in 1926. To- a group of campfire girls at

The almost unpredictable Gators, however, could doa : or what-have-you can becomea day we have two and a quarter Suwannee Springs at a houseparty -

+ lot better. After a mediocre 6-4 record in 1962, Florida hazard to life and limb if we million. this week. Girls who are with
ripped mighty Penn State eleven in "The tobacco now on the floors the Misses Goff /
a 17-7 the Gator Bowl, are careless with them. group are Billy ,
much to the surprise of promoters, fans and Head Coach Science and technology are pro- herein Live Oak will turn loose Natalie and Dorothy Mizelle.

Ray Graves. The precision generalship of QuarterbackTom viding us with new devices almost $500,000 and more to the peopleof Madge Williams, Merle Dale,
daily which this section. Live Oak has two Grace Earl and Glenda Mae Gra-
Shannon and the crunching drives of Halfback Larry require constant attention -
F and full sets of buyers, and tobaccoon ham, Betty Jean Allen, Gwendo-
caution in their
Dupree coupled with the line play of giant tackle Frank 'and handling.An the floors from nine or ten lyn Hamilton, and Eva Green. Civil Rights Bills-Political Chicanery?
Lasky jelled the Gators. into bowl-winning force that counties in Florida and much
bottle-necked the best team in the East. example in a recent report from South Georgia.A If there were any doubts inanyone's I particular
concerning two employees of a minds about the real provision left at the discre-
! Florida, though tough every year, has never mustered Claude Hackney achieved the-
produce concern in Washingtonstate purposes of President Kennedy's tion of the President, whereby he
effort of about 20 girls and dream of all golfers on the green
sufficient to win a Southeastern Conference Cham- who wandered unthinkingly group proposed civil rights legislation could appease the clamoring Ne-
33 left here Monday in two last week when his drive from
pionship. But the combination of Shannon, Dupree, Lasky into a CA (controlled atmos- boys Attorney General Kennedy removed groes on one hand without offend-
and cast could well conjure up a cure for the "wait-until" phere) apple storage room. They school buses to attend the 4-H the tee on the eighth hole landedon them in his testimony before ing labor big business or other
Lake this the and trickled into
Club at Cherry green
next-year-ism" that has long infected Florida fans. And passed out quickly and barely camp Congress.One pressure groups in a particulararea
the for hole-in-one.
t since this 1963 is the fourth for Ray Graves the escaped death but were hauled week. They were accompanied by cup a statement in particular by on the other hand. He could
year, ,
County Agent S. C. Kierce and Hackney was playing with T. L.
out in time and revived. the President's younger brother apply the powers where it woulddo
moment of truth is near at hand. Homo Demonstration Agent Miss Osiecki, professional golfer from
Reduction of oxygen in the atmosphere indicates what the President real- him the most good politically.
The Gator forward wall is an awesome thing. It is the main reason CA Louise Taylor. Atlanta, and James C. Hill when ly wants and it may have gone unnoticed Nothing could be more reveal-
+ averages 230 pounds from end to end. Russ Brown, 215, storage has proved so successful Boys who went were Phil Town- 'he made the one drive good. in the lengthy (25 pages) i ing htan this portion of the civil

i and Barry Brown, 216, are at the flanks; Lasky, 260, who in preserving fruits and testimony he presented in his first rights proposal.If .
was the New York Giant's first draft choice last winter, tables in their "fresh" state vege-for i I Ten Years Ago - 1953 appearance. the administration is as sin-

and Dennis Murphy, 262, are tackles; Gerald Odom, 218, unusually long periods. It's a new Joseph L. Johnson, Live Oak Church in Madison which is partof Speaking on the proposal regarding cere as it professes to be about
and Jack Katz 212 Pettee 220 idea and serious injury the local use of federal funds (title gaining immediate, full integra
guards, and Roger many people are not farmer, suffered a charge.
driven 6 of the proposed legislation), tion and equal status economicallyand
center. aware of the hazard it poses. The Monday when a tractor
which would give the President socially for all Negroes wouldit
The whole line with the of two employes had forgotten, although weed cutter"got away from him
rugged exception Barry
The formal opening of the new discretionary powers to withhold not be best to make the law
Brown, is experienced to the man. Indications are that warning signs were post- on his farm on the Suwannee T & S Supper Club located a mile federal funds as a lever to get specific and mandatory that all
i Florida opponents will find effective running through or ed. Springs Road and cut his hip to and a half east of Live Oak on civil rights accepted in various federal funds MUST be withheld

around this unit rough sledding. the bone. the Lake City Highway will be agencies and areas young Mr. from areas or agencies or businesses -
In the backfield, Quarterback Shannon will be sup- It's interesting to note that His son, Wilbur Johnson, said held tonight. Owned and operated Kennedy opposed making this dealing with the government.

s' p'ortedby veterans Jerry Newcomer, 185, junior; Hay- many manufacturers are quick to yesterday his father would walk by Mrs. Clayton C. Thompson proviso mandatory.In which do not comply with govern-
adopt improved safety featuresfor again but will probably have to the club is one of the finest and other words he or the President ment edict on integration?
good Clarke, 190 senior; and Dupree, 195, who runs from
their products use cane. Hospital authoritiesat
when a
the need most modem in this area. doesn't want the withholding Such a move would be too dan-
.fullback. "Dupree led the Southeastern Conference last for them has been demonstrated. Lake City where te was taken of federal funds automatic in gerous, politcially, so the Ken-
year with 604 yards. With the largest line in the South Safety belts for automobiles are said he will be in the hospital a areas which are recalcitrant about nedys still are playing both ends
leading the charge, Dupree and company are equipped an example. considerable time longer. Dr. Curtis A. Sears of Tifton, complete Integration. If this were against the middle.

this year to work the scorekeeper.The Latest to come to my attentionis Johnson was cutting weeds in Ga., announced this week the opening the case, of course, it would cost We can't believe that Congress

I test of Florida's strength will come early in the the effort of some power mow- a field when he stopped the en- of his Chiropractic office at the administration heavily in will allow such political chicaneryfrom

I season in a nationally televised game with Georgia Tech er makers to produce machines gine and got off to move a cross his the residence on White Street in votes, not only in the South. the White House.

II in Atlanta on Sept. 14. If the favored Gators win hand- with built-in safety features. tie blocking his path. The vibration his old receptionist.Harrell home. Mrs. SearsIs Rather, the brothers Kennedy Jackson County Ftoridar
One is of the tractor apparently
a mower that doesn't
somely, Florida may be on its way to new heights. The "Who's ?"
"throw" anything threw it into gear and the saw Vanishing
only other big hurdle in the way is a fight with the Crimson grass. It has no objection- not even blade lurched into his hip. Shelby Snipes lost his best barn
Tide of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Oct. 12, in which Flo- in the housing. A opening of tobacco out on the Mayo Road The American Broadcasting miffed because, as they reported.
fan above
the Company's national network recently Landon Wills of Calhoun K\
rida is the underdog. Alabama, picked to go undefeated, baffle blows everything down The sing-song chant of the near Luraville sometime last week called"A who
presented a program was picked as their
has dropped only one game in the last 29. The spoils of against the ground. Another has auctioneer who opened the sales end when thieves broke into his Vanishing Breed: Portrait ofa 'the vanishing breed'. doesn r

Gator wins over Georgia Tech and Alabama could be the S-shaped blades, reducing its at the Live Oak market this year barn and made off with 600 Country Editor". During the believe in television and doesi't
coveted Southeastern Conference Championship. power to hurl objects with will be heard as far away as India sticks. Snipes said the crime was
.. any presentation the was even have a TV set.
Coach Bill Peterson has one big problem: he must great force. A new riding mower it was disclosed here today.P. committed between Saturday made that "There are only 2,000 The capable and effective newspapermen -
I teach his Seminole unit both The has a "dead man" control Sashagiri Rao Indian agri night and Monday morning.County's .
platooning to go ways. country newspapers left In America who run this nation
I rules committee of the NCAA did away with the platoon when the driver leaves the seat cultural representative who visit- country press are not vanishing

system., Jf FSU can skip this hurdle successfully, it will the wheels stop and the bladesare ed this city recently has requested Gas Sales The American Press magazine And since our freedom depends on
of the
locked.A a tape recording open-
meet:such teams as Georgia Tech, :Miami\ Florida, Texas taking exception to these figures, a concerned and well informed
Christian and Auburn almost terms. most unusual device is a rub- ing day bidding. He wants to take Tax Collections counted the newspapers listed in citizenry, we can thank. our stars
on even ber blade it back home and let his country- Up
to fit all types of rotary the latest edition of N. W. Ayer that they are not. They provide
The Seminoles lost 13 lettermen and have 27
only men hear just how fast and good
mowers. Sales tax
According to the collections in Suwannee Directory of Periodicals and reports written records of opinions and
veterans returning. With this experience at every position summer issue of Family Safety naturedly the sales are conducted. County during June totaled there are ". 9,319 non- 'world events which remain for

coupled with the skill of Steve Tensi, a 6-5 passing I the rubber blade bends when it $21,156 an increase over May daily newspapers in the 50 states. consideration and are not gone in

Quarterback from Cincinnati, FSU fog the potential to strikes an object, including a per- Announcement was made here collections of $20,370, Comptroller A breakdown of that list shows the wink of an eye.
knock over some Of its Southeastern Conference oppon- son's foot. It tosses rocks and this week that the Rev. Robert S. Ray E. Green announced this possibly 2.500 newspapers which -Perry News-Herald

ents who each year increase their respect for the Semi- bottles only about 12 inches. But Snell. currently assistant rectorat week. might conceivably be classified .
it cuts grass very well. Holy Trinity Episcopal Churchin Sales tax collections for the 'suburban'' instead of "coun-

noles.The fact that little information about the Warriorsis Gainesville, would become state dropped to $15,674 million try'. Card Of ThanksWe

emanating from Tallahassee may indicate that some I noted recently a report thata priest in charge of St. Luke'sEpiscopal in June however compared with "That still leaves 6,819 non- wish to tale this. oppor-
California producer is pioneering Church in this city effective $16,895 collected in May he said. daily newspapers which so far tunity to express our sincere
surprises are in store for FSU opponents. The Seminoles, Sept. 15. appreciation -
a piece of packaging equip- June gasoline tax collections as we can determine could fit and thanks to
like Florida. will get an early tesL. On Sept. 21, they are The Pensacola native will also everyone
ment that turn out daily in the rose to $42,666 over May collec- nowhere except in the 'country who has been so kind thoughtful
scheduled to meet high-ranking :Miami that is favoredto serve as priest of St. Mary's "
carloads Also
field two of filmwrapped tions of 40781. Suwannee received newspaper category. a and helpful during the flftmi
hand FSU its first loss of the season. head lettuce all ready for $24,707 in credit to its second- majority of the 1,200 dailies pub- loss of our belied huatond and

Whatever the outcome for Florida and Florida State, retail counters.At clear film and transferred to the ary road fund money on the lished in towns of under 25,000 father. May Goers riot: and

prospects indicate that fans of both teams will have some- the rate of 125 to 150 per rig's cartoning station. The mo- state', two-cent return to coun- population would fit into the be upon each and blessing -

thing to cheer about this year. But the record won't mean minute, freshly cut lettuce heads torized unit moves without stopping ties arrangement. same classification:; of you. everyone

I a thing when the Gafors and the Seminoles meet in Gainesville trimmed for the grocer's shelf, over 8 produce rows at a Gasoline tax collections state- The American Press: observes Mrs. Ruben J. Barrel

Nov. 30.' machine-wrapped 1n. soft time. wide totaled 334million. that MPerhap8.the':.TV boys were and CIdldren.1jJ1 .


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D1 /h P "',- f Engagement Announcement )' Here And There ] Ned DelegaL '

e::::= Mr. and Mrs. Donald Win
and David Robinson spent feat
,, i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Smith Mrs. J. D. Sapp. week end in Tavares. Miss Attee

i. ",'a i 4.i5 had as their dinner guests Monday Mrs. Minnie Bohannon of Miami Peeples of Tavares returned home
w" 'oA .Mrs. Rosa Hay of Madison.Mr. is visiting here with her sister with them after spending a week

< and Mrs. Garland Wheelerand Mrs. w. J. Nipper, and her here with friends and retettw,
,yL1Ul1P children Beth Eddie and brother Claude Adams. Mrs. Bo Ashley Johnson of Moultrie.
Jennifer of Dallas Tex, and lit- hannon and Mr. Adams are Ga.. is visiting here this week
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor tle Miss Ebie Page of Thomas- spending several days this week with Bill Montgomery.

j ville Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc- Spending the week end here
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Carroll Glamory in Cordele. Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kent
Supper Party Fetes Miss, Hart, Mr. Ratliffey and children Pat and Debra, of Mrs. Jim Cordes and daughters and Mrs. John N. Sims W@I'eDr. of

Mrs. Frank Futch Sr. and Mrs. Ratliff Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jacksonville Beach are spendinga Connie and Karen, of Con- Fort Pierce.
few days with Mr. and Mrs. nersville Ind.. arrived here last
Louie C. Wadsworth entertainedin Hart Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailer Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunter left
the home of Mrs. Futch on Mr. and Mrs. Mattox Ward, Mr. ti fiSy Niels Brorsen. week after spending some time Friday for Rosemead CaBf.. to
and Mr and Mrs. John Pringle of in Jacksonville and Santa Fe visit their
Ohio Avenue Friday evening witha and Mrs. Francis Ward Mr. son-in-law and daughter -
supper honoring Miss Sharon Mrs. Lavaughn Newbern Mr. and ;,Nr .''d f fa' St. ,Petersburg spent the weekend Lake. They are visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Vern D. Ro ers.
Mr. and here with Mrs. Pringle's parents Mrs. Niels Brorsen. Mrs. S. E
Hart and Homer Ratliff whose Mrs. Theron Hingson, Montgomery Jr..
marriage will be an event of Au- Mrs. Larry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.S. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. McCul- Don Nipper and children, Don- Steven Montgomery and Miss
gust twenty-fifth. E. Montgomery Jr., Mr. and qw/, '- lers, enroute to Washington and na and Kerry were guests of Mrs. Charlotte Wadsworth spentThursday
used to Mrs. Frank Futch Jr.. Mr. and Virginia, where they will spend W. J. Nipper and Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Twinkle lights were their vacation.Mr. Glenn Milton several days this .
B. McCrimon Mr. Roy Hunter. Mrs. Frank
in the rear of Mrs. Danny
outline the garden
Madison and Mrs. Glenn Milton week. Futch Sr., Miss Mary
the first course and Mrs. Frank Mobley of Jane Ftrteh.
the home where were Miss Riette Ross, Billy Jackson and children Glenda, Randy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delegal and Mrs. Louie C. Wadswertb
was served. coffee and side Miss Charlotte Wadsworth s.iw. Nedra, were guests of Mr. and and daughter Karen Ann spent I spent last Thursday in Jackson
placed' on the Mrs. Curtis Collins in Jackson- the week end with Mr. and Mrs. ville.
tables in the yard. Magnolia and Bill Montgomery.
# ( ville over the week end.
boughs were banked on the bar- Mrs. Marlon Allison and daughter -

becue grilL Tea Given For Lisa of Jacksonville spent A Thought For TodayBy
The long table where the hon- Elizabeth Haddon w: :if5r the week end with her parents,
or guests were seated in the FlorIda of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Delegal. BRODY a HARRIS .
Thursday the eighteenth
Room was overlaid with a July Miss Elizabeth Ann Haddon, :. r. A/IC and Mrs. Jimmy Purvisof "Defeat should never be a source of discouragement tat rather_
green cloth and centered with a bride-elect of September was Orlando spent the week end fresh stimulus. South a
red and white arrangement of red here with his grandparents Mr.
honored with a tea at the Edu-
button chrysanthemums white First and Mrs. J. P. Register.Mrs. Although it takes a rather wonderful brand of
of the 0yA.
cational Building 4J C rationalization to
asters and chrysanthemums with W. J. Nipper Miss Caro- sweep diseouragemeat
iron Baptist Church from four until from the mind at a time of defeat the fact remains
leather fern in a wrought
line Hart and Miss Sharon Hart
six o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. A that disappointment should not balloon all out of
candelabra of black holding four Lemuel Hughes, Mrs. Rees Mills, :4. spent Sunday visiting :Mr. and -i proportion.
red glitter candle cups. The ,other Mrs. Edward Mrs. Don Nipper and family in 4- Setbacks
two tables were overlaid with red Mrs. Theron Bass successful
Perry, 0. Palatka. They attended the chris-
bandana design cloths with black Howland, Mrs. Harvey Al Wilson tening of Mr. and Mrs. Nipper's them in the proper perspective, to treat them as
hurricane lamps holding red Mrs. Ralph Cox. Mrs. twin daughters Cindy Sue and \' momentary losses, and set about with determina-
candles on the tables and betweenthe and Mrs. W. M. Jernigan were Sandy Lou. tion to recognize and correct the weaknesses that
the hostesses. made them possible. This isn't a chore that
white floral design we

lamps was a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grice and
The walls of the reception room .,,,. can approach with relish but we must accept it as
Tall patio lamps
of gladioli. were banked with magnolia leaves son, Buddy of Fort Pierce are a most important and necessary one.
were placed around the room. spending several weeks here with
Designating the places for the and floor placed baskets around of pink the room gladioliwere in Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gross of Longuevil, Quebec announce the friends and relatives. FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor
guests were bridal place cards Miss Margaret McDaniel of Indianapolis Suwannee County Residents
front of the massive greenery. engagement of their daughter Dorothea to Dr. Thomas Melvin
with a silver wedding band, lilies In the foyer of the buildingwas Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Scott of this city. Ind., spent a few days
of the valley, and a tiny satin here last week with Mr. and Mrs.
a large white basket of pink For the past three years Miss Gross has been a stewardess for SUWANNEE
bow in one corner of the card. Niels Brorsen. FUNERAL HOME
gladioli against a background of the United Air Lines, based in Chicago and Denver.Dr. .
Marking the places for the honor
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace r.. Clark
guests was a miniature bride on magnolia leaves. r Scott attended Emory University at Atlanta and was graduated spent the week end in Lee with BRODY C. HARRIS
Miss Hart's card and a groom on The tea table was overlaid witha from Loyola University School of Dentistry at New Orleans.He Mrs. Rosa Lamb.
Mr. Ratliff's. white cut work cloth over pink. is presently serving as a Captain in the U. S. Dental Corps at Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Allison Licensed Funeral Director
The centerpiece of pink gladioli 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746
The hostesses presented the Fitzsimmons General Hospital Denver. and son Danny of Jacksonville
further carried out the pink and LIVE OAK FLORIDA
honorees with crystal in their The wedding will take place In September in Denver. spent the week end with Mr. and ,
chosen pattern. white motif. The crystal punchbowl
placed at one end of the A
Assisting the hostesses were
Mr. Futch and Miss Mary Jane table was presided over by Mrs. Methodist Church To
Futch. Eula Johnson Mrs. Bill McMana- Hold Bible SchoolA

Invited were Mr. and Mrs. Car- way Mrs. S. T, McDowell and Vacation Bible School for
Mrs. Otho Scott. Compotes of : -
mints, nuts, and trays of petit children ages three through four- T Lightenyourmealmaking
teen years will be held at the .
fours were also on the table.
First Methodist Church begin-
The piano also held an arrangement -
of ning Monday, July 29, from 2 p.m.
pink gladioli.
1 The bride's book table was cen- to 4:30 p.m. and ending with a chore-
tered with a large pink and white picnic Thursday, Aug. 8.
70011: All children in this age group sr
candle. A cutwork cloth over pink
are invited to attend the school.
was used on the table. Presidingover
s .
the bride's book was Miss ,:. SAVE .TRIPS TO THE STORE

Gail Williamson.Mrs.
Fouraker Reunion Set
Ed Howland and Mrs. W. I
M. Jernigan greeted the guestsat The annual Fouraker Family
the door and presented themto Reunion will be held July 28 at
the receiving line composed of Bethel Church in Fargo, Ga. All e

Mrs. Frank Haddon, bride-elect's relatives are urged to attend and :.o its
000 mother the honoree and Mrs. bring food for an old fashioned
Rudolph Scott, mother of the dinner on the grounds. Photo-
groomelect.Miss graphs of the family or other
s Karen Perry and Miss articles would be of interest to G-

Martha Land provided music dur- the reunion members, especially
i ing the tea hours. pictures of family members now

j' State Farm now insures7,000,000 Floor hostesses were Miss Can- deceased. :? .. 4A''C.irvsX."Hi;
cars! Why not make yours No.' dy Hampton Miss Cathy Bass Fr.'Ni,. n irty.'i; 9oDSS'y

7,000,001 You'll enjoy the Miss Willa Lundy, and Miss Phyl- (Office Supplies at McCrimon's
Famous Low Rates and Home-' lis Howland. ) .r.... k'.
town Service that have made M"'
people insure more cars with us Methodist School Set H x .

than with any other company! Vacation Church School at the
Call today! First Methodist Church will begin -

Monday July 29 and con t666MOVING

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Housing Project County Agent'

National Guardsmen To Leave 74 County Native Airs. L. D. O'Steen chairmanof In' -
the Suwannee County Housing DOWN TO EARTH _

For Summer Training HitchIt's Funeral ServicesLewis day-Authority that invitations announced to bid Mon-on 3-Car Pile-Up -: .... _

the Branford housing project BY PAUL CREWS
'. summer camp time for the local National Guard C. Howell 74. died at his will be published this week.A A three car pile-up on the Su-

unit. residence Monday following a low-rent housing; project of wannee River Bridge on U. S. 41 50,000 pigs annually becaus1
Live Oak's two National Guard units will depart early lengthy illness. 15 dwelling buildings consistingof near White Springs Sunday afternoon Feeder Pig Sale there is a market for the pigs
Sunday morning for Fort Stewart, Ga., near Hinesville, The retired farmer was bornin 20 dwelling units is scheduled hurt nine people and and buyers want good clean.
for two weeks of extensive training and will join other Suwannee County and lived to be built Mrs. O'Steen three of them including a one- Set Good PricesSuwannee feeder pigs.
Guard outfits from Florida in the as aide to Gen. Wadsworth. here his entire life. said.Ten year-old infant were rushed to .
first camp in which all Florida Twenty-two members of the Mr. Howell is survived by his of the units will be er- the J. Hillis Miller Health Centerin County farmers will Pack your car with caution and
National Guard units have been local units are involved in the wife. Mrs. Alol Rigdon Howell reeted on the southeast side of Gainesville with severe head have an opportunity to sell their care and you will have a joyous
program of Live Oak; three daughters Mrs. Branford near U. S. 27; and vacation trip.
together. six months training injuries. feeder pigs on Friday, Aug. 9, at
and will not attend Claudie Huchingson. Fargo Ga.. the other 10 units will be con-
Brig. Gen. Louie C. Wadsworth the Guard According to Florida Highway the Suwannee Livestock Auction
assistant division commander of this encampment.Gov. Mrs. Jessie Bennett Jacksonville structed in Ware's Subdivision.Bids Patrol Trooper Jimmy Love one Market. These feeder pig sales
the 55th Command Headquartersunder Farris Bryant members of and Mrs. Eunice Oxendine Live should be mailed to the speeding vehicle crashed into the have proven very successful dur-
which all Florida troops the Florida cabinet and delega- Oak; three sons Coy Howell and Authority in Branford. They back of another and it, in turn ing the past year. Buyers are assured -
tions from both houses of the W. P. Howell. both of Live Oak will be read publicly in the
will train said Tuesday that slammed into a car just ahead. of getting good clean feeder -
slightly over 7000 officers and Florida Legislature are expectedto and L. D. Howell Jacksonville; Branford Woman's Club Club- The impact folded the three vehicles pigs that are ready to put on
men from all parts of the state visit the camp. one brother. Willie Howell. Live house Aug. 20.. together like an accordion, ioo
I will begin arriving at Fort Stewart Saturday's parade of next week Oak.He he explained.Love feed.All pigs offered for sale must
ti early Sunday morning. Train- will be the first time in history had 16 grandchildren and said the driver of the 1963 have been:
9 .
ing will begin Monday morningand that all Florida Army National greatgrandchildren.Funeral Joe M. Hunter Corvair at the front of the heap, 1. Vaccinated at least 21 days
continue for two weeks with Guard units have been on a pa- at 3 were conducted Albert N. Goodwyn Jr., was the prior to the sale.
pjn. Wednesday in the
range firing a four night bivouac rade ground at the same time. Antioch only one of the 10 people in the 2. Produced by the consigner. ,
Baptist Church with the 78 Of Live Oak
and a parade Saturday Aug. 3. as Gen. Wadsworth has been desig- Rev. John Hutcherson mishap that escaped injuries. 3. Farrowed from high quality
I highlights of the training pro- nated commander of troops. officiating. Everett Hamilton, 35, Caroline sows.
Burial followed in
gram. Many former officers of the Flor- the Live Oak Funeral ServicesJoe Hamilton 3. and Devonda Hamilton 4. Field inspected.
ida Guard have indicated they Cemetery. 1, all of Ind., 5. and
'L Company A, 1st Bn., 187th Armor Active pallbearers Indianapolis Successfully castorated !
were Leo 000
under the command of Capt. wil lattend the parade. Oxendine Perry Oxendine Vance M. Hunter 78, resident of were rushed to the Health Center. healed.
Charles T. Baisden and the Ar- Return from the camp period Hagen. Waver Williams and Live Oak died at his home here Haley E. Hamilton and David M. 6. Weaned at least 7 days be-
mored Cavalry Platoon of HHCof will be accomplished on Sunday. Drew Holmes. Tuesday night. He had been a Hamilton 11. were rushed to hospitals fore sale.
the battalion under command Augi: 11.State Honorary pallbearers were Ned resident of Live Oak for the past in Jasper and Lake City 7. Graded into uniform lots as
j of Lt. Spessard Boatright will join Delegal Fred Carter Tom Dele- 12 years and was a former resi- along with the other injured peo- to age weight and quality.
other units of the battalion Sun- FFA Officers gal Jim Lenard Claude Jones, dent of Hamilton County. ple.The 8. Must weigh between 30 and State Farm now Inare$7,000OOQ
day at Lake City for the movement and Ralph Survivors are his wife Mrs. Hamiltons who were all 130 pounds.
McKnight. cars! Why not make yours No.7.000OQn .
Here On Tour
to camp. Stop James B. Daniels Funeral Home Bertha Mae Hunter Live Oak; seriously injured were riding in Suwannee County farmers have You'll enjoy the
I Other company officers here State officers of the Future was in charge. five sons Baker Hunter and Paul a 1963 Ford which made the initial participated in all sales held in Famous Low
Rates and Hometown
are Lt. Charles E. Bembry and Farmers of America stopped in Hunter. Jasper. Bill Hunter Sta- contact. :Florida during the past year.
Lt. Otto F. Dickman m. Lt. Wai. Live Oak Wednesday-in conjunc- tenville Ga., Joe Hunter Jr.. Pa- The car in the middle was a They have received good prices Service that have made
ter B. Oliver III has been excused tion with the organization's state- Smcannee County latka and James Wylie Hunter 1963 Chevrolet driven by Wil- 3 to 6 cents above the market people insure more cars with us
from camp due to having spent wide good will tour. Ocoee; five daughters Mrs. Craw- liam N. Futch of Americus Ga. price. 'than with any other ctrl I
two weeks at OCS early this The officers including the state ford Petty Jasper Mrs. Ed Lolly Love said a witness to the accident Buyers of these pigs have been Call today!
month. Lawrence W. Lee is the president and six vice presidents Palatka Mrs. M. L. Lee Ocoee I told him the first car extremely pleased in getting good
unit's first sergeant. enjoyed a 7 ajn. breakfast with Mrs. L. B. Norton Jacksonville slowed down to view the river. clean feeder pigs that do well] IIIIaRICH
Gen. Wadsworth left Friday business and professional men of and Miss Malissa Hunter Live The second car also slowed to when put in feed lots.
morning for camp. Other local this community. The tour is under Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Lambertof Oak; three sisters Mrs. Carrie between 10-20 miles per hour. Farmers who plan to enter the
officers who will join their par- the guidance of A. R. Cox, Branford a son Michael born Hall and Mrs. Mary Norris Gainesville But the third car slammed into sale Aug. 9, should contact the
ent units at Ft. Stewart are Col- executive secretary of the State Wednesday July 17. and Mrs. Molly Tyson the other two at approximately county agent's office so an inspection z
onel George H. Dale who com- FFA Association.The Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Williamsof Opa Locka; four brothers Lewis 50-60 miles per hour he said. team can inspect these
mands the 337th Signal Depot stop in Live Oak was spon- Live Oak a daughter Karen Hunter Hague Arthur Hunter Love said he charged Haley E. pigs prior to the sale. g t, .
and Lt. Colonel Robert T. Tuttle sored by Ward Enterprises. The Anita born Wednesday July 17. Alachua Will Hunter Gainesville, Hamilton, driver of the third During the past year six sales
an officer on Col. Dale's staff. boys will continue north as far Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mancil of and Rube Hunter Jasper.He car with failure to have the vehicle have been held in Florida that
Lt. Mattox S. Hair will serve as Pensacola on the tour. Live Oak a son John Henry, had 43 grandchildren and under control causing an sold 5,782 pigs that brought the
born Wednesday July 17. 33 greatgrandchildren.Funeral accident. The trooper estimated farmers $88,376. The average
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hart oLive services will be held at damages to the three cars at $1- weight of these pigs was 76 CAPELLState
CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING Oak a son Bobby Darryl, 3 pjn. Thursday in the Jasper 500. pounds each with an average Farm Agent
ENGINEERSFOR born Wednesday July 17. Church o/ God. Interment will be price per cwt of $20.08. This Phone 362-2176
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lee of; in Hebron Cemetery means that each pig offered for
LP OR NATURAL GAS O'Brien a son Tommy Aubrey Harry T. Reid Funeral near Home Jasper.is .: Junior Chamber Holds sale averaged $15.28. --I STATE FARM
We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw Lee Jr., born' Friday July 19. in charge. Auto Safety CheckThe We have a real opportunity Mutual Name Offlcu AMtnnobttf Bfeomfefton Inturanc/ ,IMimU CnptIIf
blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs Mr. and Mrs. Duke McCallister: here in Suwannee County to sell
for LP and Natural Gas. I
Jaycees this week
Jr. of Live Oak Don-
We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the a daughter Hampton Attends Area ed an automobile safety conduct-I
customer prefers. na Ann born Thursday July 18.
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Weaver oLive Farm Problems Study with ida the assistance of I
Oak, a daughter Gayle born John Hampton SCS Highway Patrol and Police F1orida
technician .
Chief Elwood Howard and went
Saturday July 20. ,
\W. C. COPELAND JR. returned Monday from a three i '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brock oLive weeks Agricultural Policy Institute as a group to get chest x-rays.

HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida Oak a daughter. Lisa Ann course sponsored by the Kel- Jaycee President Bob Cason circ to
said 302 a
cars were checked duringthe
born Sunday July 21.
logg Foundation at North Caro- s of summit
four and a half hour safety .
lina State College in Raleigh.
check Tuesday. Thirty-nine autos
CABLE TV CABLE TV CABLE TV CABLE TV CABLE TV CABLE TV About 30 agricultural workers were found to have deficiencies ; .. .. ...... ..
I from all over the south convenedat
ranging from burned out lights to ,
o the college July 1 to discuss I I

i >B F ment problems and of problems agricultural of adjust-public defective Tuesday exhaust afternoon systems.the Jaycees

H had chest x-rays made at the
Tobacco Season policy According relating to Hampton to agriculture.the Institute mobile in x-ray front unit of the that Courthousefrom was stationed -

was concerned primarilywith Fi .
2 until 5:30 pm.U RIVEyn
agriculture adjustment in .
the south defining and under- WM

S standing the problem formulating A. K. Hawkins, 81, STATE
a developing farm policy
alternatives and a study of poli- Of Bradenton, DiesA. ....
i SpecialIt I ; cy decision through agricultural K. Hawkins 81, of Braden- PARJ1K
legislation. ton father of Mrs. Joe Sharpies .
Major emphasis was placed on died Friday.Mr. .
understanding of the complex adjustments Hawkins an active realtor 's.P:\
which face agriculture and community leader was a na- :; \.
to raise farm per capita incometo tive of Sandersville Ga., and had ''',
is not our policy to grant discounts, but B the levels comparable to those of lived in Bradenton for the past LIVE OA '.:' : :
non-farm segment. 37

_ 3g for the first two weeks of tobacco season 3 About Combine 100 pounds Peas Available of CombinePea kins Funeral were conducted services for in Mr.the Trinity Haw-- / : ....,'."""R .

for wildlife planting is now Methodist Church which he >
3W available at the SCD office due to helped establish in Bradenton.He fkoiP

ONLY, we will give FREE CABLE SERVICE a cancelled order according to Burial was Park.J. buried. in the Manasota ipw r

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sutley oLive

; to Sept. 1 to anyone signing up during this 3 born Oak Saturday a daughter July 20. Darlene man.. Dan Ross district board chair- ys MNA71;, .

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walterof Farmers in the area who wouldbe
'C Live Oak. a daughter Charlotte interested in obtaining this WHITE SPRINGS
two .
period. Diane born Saturday July 20. seed should contact the SCD office R/Ncs/ ,

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cordle oLive immediately because of the ..
o ?
j "" > Oak. a daughter Cheryl limited supply and current plant- y

; Just pay $10.00 connection fee, plus $3.95 for ; Denise. born Tuesday. July 23. ing date. .

: 1 September service. Your next billing will be IMPORTANT NOTICE -r. ., ;

: October 1. CHIEFLAND

- Have You Paid Your City Taxes? i "
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Don't : .':- 't-
Delay. Sign UP' -" 1
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i Today summer. Visit your State

I : comply with law, all unpaid City Taxeson Parks and enjoy their

natural beauty-their

August I st must be advertised. If you fine recreation facilities.
Just Call 362.3535308 S. Ohio' Ave.
For a circus of summer

I El are not sure your taxes are paid, call the fun visit your Stale
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J U H< City Clerk's office. We will be glad to Parks often.

11 Cable TV of Live Oak

it Q let. you know. Call 362-2276. Remember

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romp with them. He can shoot a .Between jobs he attended college
I Publicized'Couple Married; On Honeymoon TrekMartin rifle handle a spinning reel with at Bay City Junior College in
precision, and is an excellent Bay City, Mich., where he excelled
-- swimmer. In addition he can on the college swimming teamas
Couple Married In Pine Level Church Marty and Jo Beth began their honeymoon trek from crack and fry his own eggs and a miler and a diver.
Beth Dowling Park to Klamath Falls, Ore., Monday, the homeof perform most any other delicate He operated a sign prtnttag
and wife the groom, chore.Jo machine in the second largest
July 13, The young couple, both of them born without arms, Beth is more subdued and department store on the West
notoriety were married a little over a week ago to climax one of the soft-spoken. Her parents Mr. and Coast. Before that he recondi-
Khruschev most unusual love stories ever. Mrs. Joe Johnson have a small tioned drills, working for an air-
front pages' Their handicaps overcome they Beth 19, a resident of Dowling farm at Dowling Park. Her father craft industry subcontractor.
are anxious to build a new life Park. also works at Suwannee Dolomite Marty left the aircraft indtutcy
But the together.The She thought about writing him Plant near by. Jo Beth was a job "because I got tired of living
one. The setting for this drama began but the story gave his home town, member of the glee club at Su alone in the big city and the four
the Pine over three months ago when Klamath Falls. Oregon. Then a wannee High School and attended walls just began to close in about
near Bowling for friend in California sent her North Florida Junior Collegefor me."
Marty, 23, was arrested speed-
friends and 1i, ing down a California highwaynear clippings from California papers a year. She can sew, embroider While he was looking for an-
the bride ? San Diego. The shocked pa- and these had a street address."It and iron her own clothes. In other job, his car was repossessed.The .
modest trolman told a reporter friend was just a friendly latter," addition she has considerable artistic Watkins Products job will
few curiosity : later that he had stopped an arm- Marty remembered. "She said she talent judging by the char- help train him to realize his am-
automobiles. less man who presented his drivers was born without arms like I was coal sketch that decorates the bition. "I've thought a lot about
"Because license with his free foot and that she had known others Johnson living room. being a social worker working
I'll cherish like us."My. with handicapped people. I figureI
the one that wasn't on the wheel. Jo Beth learned to drive before
nie Lambert second letter to her. I told could go into these veterans
The story was circulated by the she was old enough to have a li-
by Billy Mills her I'm a forward sort of per- hospitals and just by working
Associated Press and read by Jo cense. "When she and her sisters
hardly a dry son. I don't believe in beating around them, I could show them
played, Mrs. Johnson said, "andit
armless couple around the bush. I asked her if what they could do if they want
fore the flowing. Marty cut the first pieceof she was interested in marriageand was time to clean up their
toys, she always had to do her to."A
flowers and wedding cake, and the crowd if she was a Christian. She fellow who has lost an ana
Like many filled into the dining room past wrote back and said she was a part. or leg usually gets a lift when he
was almost .y stacks of presents. Christian, but she didn't say yes Unlike Jo Beth, Marty's child- sees what I can do with back
his feet to Both born without arms, Marty and didn't say no about the mar- hood was spent away from his arms gone," he noted.
up a friend RESULTS'I and Jo Beth met via the mails riage part." parents. "When I was 10 days old .
the wedding. about three months ago. Marty They kept the mailman busy they put me in a home," he said,
"I didn't return to live with them Library Story Hour
ready begun had been stopped by a highway and three weeks ago Marty asked
to a house patrolman near San_ Diego, Calif. his boss for a leave of absence.He until I was 16." Every Monday morning at tee
ran In to When he pulled his drivers license asked Jo Beth if he could Marty currently has the largest o'clock, the public library ha a
At the out of his shirt pocket with come and see her, then hopped a Watkins Products route in Kla- reading hour. This week Miss La-
her family t his foot and presented it thusly, bus for Live Oak. math Falls. "I like door-to-door verne Dorminey will be reading
car. The the patrolman was so astonishedhe "The first night I took her out, selling. It gives me a chance to these stories: Zini And The Wit-
pering and forgot about the ticket. I said: 'I think you know why I meet a lot of new people and talk ches; All About Famous Inventors -
The ushers .., The story was printed in news- came. Ill stay awhile and see if to them. My boss says I'm the And Their Inventions; Dr.
door when the papers all over the country. Jo we're what we're looking for'." best salesman he's got." Trotter And His Big Gold Watch;
en, and the f. Beth read it and wrote to Marty. Marty, a recent and devout With all of the national publi- and Blaze And the Forest Fire.
the ceremony \ After a steady exchange of let- convert. to the Church of Christ, city he and Jo Beth have received -
the rear of x. ters, Marty took a bus to Live says he believes "God provides for his salesmanship stands a LOW INTEREST
Marty and Oak three weeks before the wed- everybody, and I believe he pick- good chance of improving. The LONG TERM
ding. Last week he proposed, and ed Jo Beth for me. When I first press services have introducedhim
she accepted. got the letter I wondered if the to almost every housewife in Federal Land
Airs. Johnson, Jo Beth, Martin Ravellette and Joe Johnson'pose Both of them have developedthe Lord had His hand in it." America.
cameraman after wedding ceremony. use of their legs and feet to Marty is all extrovert. He has Marty held a number of jobs Bank Loans
do almost anything they care to. brown eyes, a shock of dark hair, after graduating from high school
minister, went to the side was to exclude the exchange of Other members of the wedding and a square jaw. He talk ener- and has knocked about the coun- CONTACT
of the church and Jo Beth I rings. He pronounced them man party were Miss Loraine Town- getically and fast. After a few try a lot. "I sold used cars in San LOCAL OFFICE
out of the car. Her at- and wife. They kissed and walk- send and Miss Beth Ann Lepper, moments you forget he doesn't Diego, but I wasn't very good at
bubbled compliments ed up the aisles as heads turned, bridesmaids; Miss Ann Johnson have arms as he uses his legs and it. I couldn't sell something that Telephone
her dress a white taffeta all smiles. the bride's sister, maid of honor: feet to punctuate his conversa- was falling apart and tell the 362-1525
with bows down the center The reception at the Johnson and Rusty Wilkins and John customer it was the best buy on
lace over taffeta at the top. home filled the house to over- Lepper, ushers. tion.He likes children and loves to the lot."

wore a white orchid and pearl ....
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only change that the Rev.
Mr. Terrell made in the ceremonyOPUlt&TIOli


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out.H'63 i paytop.dollnrior RIGHT
tra d 0-I nl I (NOWlSAVE SELLING
.. Give best deals of SURPRISE
Capture'many used 'ERNHING
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What shall we do to make our good old Countrycome A genuine and complete sellout! Everything must be sold, nothing but

back true like it used to be before our Dictators

taken over what we make for taxes. You must think and bare walls will remain. All former
shelving selling prices forgotten
before you vote next time, for we can not go on as we ,
are much longer.

Come to see us, if you want a good Car, new or orders to sell regardless of cost GUARANTEED SAVINGS UP TO 68%..
used. We have them that will suit you at your prices. .
New Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Trucks and Tractors; WORTH'S .. .
used Cars of all kinds; Parts, accessories, tires, tubes >
and batteries, Shop Service of all kinds.

Yours truly, 123.125 SU RPRISE-Uve Oak, 4. !j

Grantham Chevrolet Co., Inc.

W. Howard St : Florida
Wiley Grantham STORE" "
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=!DBDEtDE C ID'-m: .:r."JID: : _'. Z'A ,..' ....$. I Family Up Lags Average: :of Economic and Business. Re

I. "i" search. Economic Leaflet report-

= .- ..:.,. ,>4. Named To Baptist The annual income of the"typical" in part to the low percentage of counted for the higher income ing on aspects of economics and

: CornerBy t ; : : I Florida family rose dur- high income families $10,000or figures, according to the report, business are published month

- (; > J ing the 1949 to 1959 decade by more a year as comparedwith which concedes that "income-in- by the Bureau and are availabl"

> tiyJ Missionary CorpsMrs. about $2,200 a recent Universityof percentage on a national kind", or earnings reflected in to Florida residents free upon re-

= f h;. Florida study reports. basis. goods produced and consumed on quest.
'" REV JIM WALKUP ti; r >: -'. \ == Glen M. Swicegood and The income rise saw Florida Only two states outside the the farm is of more importancein .

qy: ; Mrs. Robert L. Smith both form- second only to Virginia among southeast North and South Dakota the lower-income rural coun- (Office Supplies at McCrimonV

I i Pastor First Presbyterian Church ; i erly of Live Oak were among the southeastern states in terms of have lower median family ties where agriculture predomi-

. 32 missionaries appointed today annual family income with $4- income than Florida the report nates.

by the Southern Baptist Foreign says. The lowest median family income DRIVERS LICENSESARE

"Cigarettes are a curse to the less murder soothe the conscienceand Mission Board in its regular 722.Average family income in the Income distributions in the in the state was reported RENEWABLETHE

whole human race; make murder more palat- monthly meeting in Richmond state, however was considerably I state vary considerably among in Holmes County where only 16 I MONTH OF YOUR

A man is a monkey with one able? And so the producers and I Va.Mrs. below the national median, which the counties and regions. In 13 families out of 2,846 reported Incomes BIRTHDAY

4 in his face. peddlers of this golden god find a Swicegood, the former was $5,660, according to the study counties in the northern part of of over $15,000 and where REECE BROWN

warning stranger kindred spirit with the mercenary Audrey Price was born in Live the median
j Take now published in the current the state 50 per cent or more of was $2,137. COUNTY JUDGE

take warning dear brother silversmiths of Ephesus in put- Oak (she is the daughter of Mr. "Economic Leaflets" by the Uni- the families have less than $3- I The study was prepared by Dr. ...

A fire on one end a fool on ting pleasure_ and profit above and Mrs. J. Kirk Gaskin, of Live versity's Bureau of Economic and 000 annually, while six counties BUDGET

the other." purity.A Oak); Mrs. Smith, the former : Business Research. reported incomes over $5,000 an- BOARD OF PROPOSED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Once again there rings forth few months ago I attended a Barbara Richards was born in This variance between state nually. SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA

the clarion call for all public Cancer Society meeting here Lee Fla., but moved with het and national figures is attributed The highest median income in ESTIMATED EXPENSES

spirited citizens to drop the pinchof where four physicians pointed out family to Live Oak as a young the state was reported in Brevard GENERAL SUWANNEE REVENUE COUNTYFOR FUftO

incense upon the burning altarof so vividly some of the dangers of child. Southern Baptist Theological County where new types of THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER it*. M4 _
and her hus- THIS YK n
this golden leafed god. Not- the human consumption of tobacco Mrs. Swicegood Seminary, Louisville Ky.. with a manufacturing such as aircraft, A/C NO. S 9.000.>

withstanding the fact that the even in moderation. They band will serve in North Brazil master of religious education de instruments and electronics, 211 County Commissioner Salaries MOO) ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Smith in In- 212 Clerk and Auditor to Board
4 economy of our area is built pointed out the absolute neces- gree. She has been secretary at pushed median income to $6.123 216 Supervisor of Registration 1.650 900 <1 \

around this golden god there Is sity of educating our youth to abstain donesia. Southside Baptist Church, Jacksonville the only instance in the state 219 County Attorney Circuit Court 1.200 r')
221 Fees to Clerk of
:Mrs. Smith's sister Mrs. Dut-
more truth than humor in this from it. and at Highland Bap- where the national income figure 224 Commission to Tax Assessor li.OOO.O25 \\
ton A. Bonnell Jr. (the former 17..500\!
little song which was popular a "Let the adults go ahead and tist Church Louisville Ky., where was exceeded.All Commission to Tax Collector 11.100.(1( :'
Marilyn Richards) her husband 241 Court HouseGeneral Operator ,
and -
few years ago. kill themselves" said one physician she was also elementary directorfor of the six counties with 242 Maintenance of other Administrative B.*Hts lt.000, .
For in the of insurmountable set in their are Southern Baptist mis- median 261 Election and Registration Fees 800)0
light :; "They're too about a year. family incomes above $5.- 1.500( t :
sionaries to Central Africa. The 262 Legal Advertising and Expenses
and ever increasing evidenceof ways to change. But let's save She and her husband have two 000 except Leon are large metro- 263 Advertising Delinquent Taxes .')\1./0'i,> .
Smiths volunteered for 14.000
the harmfulness of the human our youth from this destructive overseas children. politan counties, Dade, Duval, 269 Administrative Supplies Insurance Ce 0.- 3.000\ 'i .
Travel etc.
service the week the Bon- 269B Annual Dues Convention.
consumption of tobacco, even in habit." same The July appointees bring the Escambia Brevard, and Orange, 270 Supplies. Expenses other County Offices 4.0,11)i 1\.) 1
moderation, it is an indisputablefact We won't save them by threats. nells were appointed, during the Foreign Mission Board's total overseas the study reveals.Manufacturing. 275 Salaries of Juvenile Judge, ConnseBer,>"'
Foreign Missions Conference at 542 Tuberculosis Hospital ,
I that this golden god is a Slow motion death doesn't scare staff to 1,790 (including industry in 562 Insanity Inquiries 800 *"
Ridgecrest-. C.) Assembly 2500. '"'
"curse to the race" which cannotbe them easily. We won't save them Baptist 27 missionary associates.) these counties has largely acWARD'S 563 Welfare Pauper etc. 4.00"
U much less the tax tobacco two years ago. 671 County Service Officer 1.500 '
justified rationally, by increasing on 672 Civil Defense
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and their tO.9014 -' '
scripturally.It products. People will pay any 675 Mosquito .550 Ii+
three children, now live in Lake 681 Agricultural, Extension Service
just doesn't make good sense price for what they really want. 682 Fire Control. County and State 19.650 "
Alfred where Rev. Smith is
that a person will deliberately and We won't save them by appealingto pas- 683 Recreation Parks 15.29341.' '

needlessly impair his own health the tobacco interests. They're tor of the First Baptist Church. ENTERPRISES INC. 685 916 Racing Publicity Funds to Board of Public I.-tnll... 15.000 6.250 0'

: or the health of others whether either blind, or else they're interested Mrs. Smith attended Stetson 917 Racing Funds Hospital Development -....... 0'
University DeLand, and Florida Suwannee River Authority, Read a4 9i0ie 42.000
i he believes in the teachings of in dollars more than in 1I.t75.0"
Scripture or not. health. Southern College, Lakeland, and P. O. BOX 358 BRANFORD, FLORIDA 673 Airport Fund

And if a person believes in the Our youth can be saved only as took correspondence courses from TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS N".47.1 4.02Z.h"' "

V Scriptures how can he reconcilehis they are brought to understandthat the University of Florida. She did RESERVE RESERVE FOR FOR CASH CONTINGENCIES BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD 10.tOO.O\\
secretarial work while her hus- Manufacturers and Distributors --
involvement in this product they are children of God -
TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for
with the clear cut commandment"Thou "made in His image", and that band was studying at Southeas- Budgeting Form CF-413) $111.49\:1: : t

shalt do no murder"? Does their "bodies are temples of the tern Baptist Theological Semi- Complete Mixed Fertilizers Anhydrous Ammonia ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS

the fact that tobacco causes or Holy Spirit". God's Spirit desiresto nary, Wake Forest N. C. SUWANNEE COUNTY

I contributes to slow drawn out live in clean, strong, healthy Mr. and Mrs. Swicegood now Direct Application Nitrogen Solution ENDING GENERAL SEPTRMBBR REVENUE> Stv FUND 1''*4
live in Nashville Tenn. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
pleasurable and sometimes pain- temples not contaminated and ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS: .
neglected hovels. is a draftsman-designer in the 130 TAXES 9.6 Mills on assessed valuation of $16TItIMIW $11'.052 11.9'.41; +1

Our youth must understand Church Architecture Departmentof GET TOP PRODUCTION FROM- EVERY ACRE 114 100 Railroad Federal Funds and Telegraph Licenses 560.'"

Taxable Property that they were created by God the Southern Baptist Sunday 115 Racing Funds 110.000 Sao" "n.'.,4:
School Board. He is 116 Insurance Agent. County License Tax
an ordained
l Him in all do. "Ev-
I to honor they 121 Mosquito Control State 1 .
erything should be done to bring minister, but expects architectural CALL US FOR PROMPT DELIVERY 122 Mosquito Control State 2 9.95"; .2 '
Over -$10 Billion work to be his major responsi- 137 Occupational License 1.1000"'
glory to God" said the Apostle ::400 n
138 Beverage License .
bility in Brazil. 935.2101 776-2191 4,50\1\ ''I
Paul. I have yet to hear anyone 151 Tax Assessor Excess Fees "
Mrs. Swicegood graduated from 152 Tax Collector Excess Fees 6..0,1. .
explain how God is glorified 500.' '
Chamber 153 Clerk of Circuit Court Excess Fees
through the cultivation process- Stetson University with a bachelor 174 City of Live Oak Mosquito Control 2000.7.1011.0" ',

ing, marketing, or consumption of of arts degree and from Otto Dickman David Maxwell Johnny Goff 135 Qualifying Fees
real estate in Floridawas $K/,6t 9 .2 '
Salesman Sales Manager SalesmanFor 1I.02:, Q.
valued last year at $10,225-
Our youth must understandthat this life, people will truly follow LESS 5% 14.4n:)
000,000 by assessors for tax gath- 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ,
their deeds in this life follow the good way only as they realize BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH It.Ooo 0
ering purposes, the Florida State
them into the life to come. whose they are who they are, TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES "n.493: \
Chamber of Commerce reported fast economical repair service on all farm equipment
"From henceforth happy are the their purpose for being and ,I your (Millage Levied Last Year 9.6; Estimated TMt Year tAt

? yesterday in its Weekly Business dead who die in the Lord for where they're going. Had you not : bring it to our shop. Phone 776-2181. We manufacture

_ Review. they rest from their labors and rather be a blessing to the "whole SPRAYERS FARM TRAILERS CULTIVATORS and COUL- ESTIMATED EXPENSESFINE
"This sum included the valueof AND FORPGftJRB FWD
their deeds go with them!" human race" than part of a TERS. SUWANNEE OCHWTYFOR
the land, plus the values of
As in all cases of morality in curse? THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER -1k. 1M
homes, buildings and property I 311 Salaries of Circuit Judge and Secretaries S 1100 (00
t improvements such as canals 315 Salary of Prosecuting Attorney 1.2:4\.11': ')
( ) 7 9
321 Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court 1.60' ,
and dikes. The figure showed a 324 Fees and Costs Justice of Peace 60.01
gain of almost 300 per cent over When climbing counts olines! It's the South's most popular family of 326 Fees and Costs Constable 1.50000 nil'
mtn 327 Conviction Fees '
a ten-year period" the Chamber's gasolines-Crown Extra, Crown, Economy Crown 328 Witness and Jury Fees 1,0u0 1)1'

t spokesman said. STANDARD STANDS OUTIs each famous for long-running mileage, de- 316 Salaries of Sheriff Deputies 10.000 24.1600""
other than Salaries' .
364 Expense
"A number of factors combined pendable performance, top power at its price. 824 Equipment 4.502 n
to bring about the upward needs there's Standard 365 Investigation ? IOn ('ij
your engine talking back-with wasteful Whatever your car a 318 Salaries of County Judge S.200.0
push in property values. First, knock needless stop-and-stall? Make it pur-r-r gasoline that's just right. So stop at the Stand- 318.1 Salaries of Assistants and Clerks 7.22!; n'f
t the demand for land itself is 331 Expense other than Salaries 1.IZ7.h'
with power! Fill up with the fuels custommadefor ard sign, where we take better care'of your car. 853 Equipment 900 ....0
; stronger; second the number of
homes and buildings in 1962 was I. go-go-go Dixie driving-today's Standard gas- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS S 77.09 e-

considerably greater than RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 4.56\: :

1 years"Another previously.force which accounts ? 4) TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount AvaftaMe. far $82.21)) -I
CA Y.P Form CF-413)
i : for a part of the gain is the A Budgeting.

trend toward assessing property R 9 Wn ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
1 at its full value. Today three FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
assess 100 per cent 4 IX F )
I value; 12 others assess at least 75 130 TAXES 3 Mills on assessed vtfcatio of m,72l.WjH t 50.U'

: per cent of value; and another 144 Fine_ and Forfeiture 27.O., '
al+lyp. '..y k 160 Civil and other Fees 8.n
: 11 fall between 80 and 75 per liyrA. '"
cent. f TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS _" 3 84.2s: .1

:: "The value of homesteads, ex- : LESS 95% OF 5%ESTIMATED RECEIPTS "_T-- .. 1,954 vn:11': :

; empt under Florida law, and BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: OAifl 24'''j',

therefore a tax write-off, totaled I : TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES $92 C 4 :

: $4,486,000,000 in the state last '

: year. This sum was 44 per cent ESTIMATED EXPENSES
: as large as the tax-paying real : F a e ROAD AND MIDGE ltliN/
estate total that year. In the THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SUWANNEE SKFTEMPEK OOOMTYFOR ..... lf4
1950s homestead 411 Salaries .f Road Superintended '00'', _)1)
exempt -
property 416 Free Labor .0.000! "''I
stood as high as 69 cent 421 ">n > 'I
_ per L \ Maintenance of Camp BaB&agc .
; of the tax-paying property, drop- c ? 422 Maintenance of Eqvfpment 27 ttnn.
423 Gasoline and Oil 12,00"
ping below 50 per cent in 1961 d 431 Road Material and Culverts '6.001 '

for the first time in recent years." 4 441 Clearing of Right-of-Way 8.000) "'.
M r I t) 834 Purchase of Equipment 24,too '
Personal property and intan- 911 Payment to Municipalities 10.<><>0 ,
gible property (stocks bonds, and 452 Procuring of Right-of-Way Le fll 6.00""> '

bank deposits) are not includedin TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS $ 18.51J1) '
these tabulations. RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES %.53i.'
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.r TOTAL. BUDGET (Should Equal AmBt Available for
Budgeting Form C-413) IS247S4 rIJtt '

130 TAXES 8 Mills on assessed Tafcuti el Sl..TXlm... 'tll.76J.
111 Gasoline Tax 24,000 0
From 111-1 Gasoline and Motor Fuel Tax 11:0(1): ff,
112 Motor Fuel Tax 500.'"
Steinhatchee Fla. 113 Auto Transportation Tax ., 100' "" .

: j on 115 170 Sale Racing of Commission Scrap Jo 20,000 100.'J II

i LESS 6% 11.639' '
65 Feet Long TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 1,7500'" '

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El l Coast Guard Inspected NOTE: This is a convenient figure to adj-vt' t* make tfc* Total Budget baUn,.
Lounge room & Snack bar 1 n t Jf. exactly with final figure on Form C-411 (AnwMmt available for b.etinl\

Leaves Taylor' Dock at
SUWANNEE COUNTY LIBRARY: OAS .f 1 &dU to to paid direct to t-..
7:30 a.m. State Library Board by the Tax Collector of Sawastoee Covaty, for the fiscal yea-
Returns 5 to 6p.m. ending September 30. 1964.

to the account of the Sawannee County Hospital Osrp+ au... by the Tax Collect
: $5.00 per Person of Suwannee County for the fiscal year ending September 99. IH4.

$1.00 for Rod & Reel SUWANNEE COUNTY HEALTH UNIT: /.9* of 1 nffl to to paid dine to the
Treasurer of the State by the Tax Collector of Swaaa CRat,.. for the fwcai I
year ending September 30. 1964.
z ,
Trips open to individualsSat. STAN DARD The above funds represent a grand total of W.5 mills to be levied by the
., Sun. and Holidaysfor Board of County Commissioners of Suwannee c..ntr> ***** for tw fiscal year
ending September 10. 1964.<<

charter Mon. Tues. The foregoing estimates and receipts wH| be acted M. and adopted at a
regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners 4ta -r.es4ay. August ,.
Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 19(3 at 10:00 A.. K. Anyone desiring to appear before the *n raATTEST ft the above
I J matter should do so oa the above date.

_ Phone:- Cross City Sawmnae Bard of Coaatf.Count PIHNa IISluio1itra

:It i HY 8-3423 I WOODROW DEES, Agent Live Oak, Florida SowaaaM VAUGHN Clerk Circuit: Coa1it A.Court)SESSIONS.-Florida .-

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News: From Branford Participation In" .It:: : Social .Security AnswersEditor's Fresh Produce, ,.*-..:

L Farm Bureau's ( Note: These Questions since that time. There are several Fruits Fill 500 'L -'

and answers are compiled by William questions I've been wondering

BY: MRS LOIS WILLIAMS PraisedParticipation M. Eanes District Managerfor about. What would happen to the

I Songfest the Social Security Adminis- checks if I go back to work? Whatif Rail Cars DailyA

tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites I remarry?
Miss MooreWeds Branford Church Worker Attends in the Suwannee readers to mail their questionsto ANSWER: If you go back to whopping 500 rail ear capa-
County Farm Bureau's annual city a day, every day of the
BardenThe Methodist ConferenceMiss him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta, work and earn over $1200, you
Doyle songfest at McAlpin School last on the average, was required to
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries would lose some of your social security -
of Mr. and Mrs. Personals Barbara Miller, church Thursday night was excellent move Florida's fresh fruit and
home to this paper.) payments. The amount you
Branford was and community worker for the County Farm Bureau President produce to northern markets in
Shelley Moore of QUESTION: I wrote to your would lose would be determinedby
night July Branford area, this week is attending Loran Terry, said this week. 1962, the Florida State Chamberof
the setting Friday Baltimore headquarters for my the amount you earned. If
of you
O'Steen Commerce said yesterday in its
of their and Mrs. Ivey the Florida Conferenceof This meeting, devoted entirelyto
twelfth, for the marriage record. They said I was fully insured. remarry, your social security pay-
Mrs. C. Weekly Business Review.
and covered
Mr. after the usual
Moore and the Methodist Church in Lake- singing
Lou Lake City
daughter Miss Betty Does this I will get ment would end. However
Charlie, of mean yourchildren's "Expressed on this daily bask,
Barden son W. Goodson and son, land for the annual School of dish supper is served, is held in
and Doyle Mitchell of Mr. $127 a month at age 65? check would not be affected the true magnitude of Florida's
Sunday guests Missions. July of each .
Barden, year.Approximately
Andrew Eustis were
of Mr. and Mrs. ANSWER: No it does not. Butit by your work or remar- agricultural production is revealed -
the L. D. O'Steen. Women who will meet at the 10 local singing
Performing Mrs.
also of Branford. and Archie John- does mean that you have already riage. They would continue to receive ," the trade body said. -Actually -
the l/C and Mrs. conference will study teaching groups participated in this year'sprogram
o'clock was
ceremony at eight Sgt. several days worked long enough to besure at least as much as they daily out-movements varied
and son spent toward Christian perfection, the Terry said. These Included -
Rev. Glen Sumners. son of monthly payments when get now. seasonally from about 1,000 car-
nuptial this week with Mr. and Christian family and its the Crossroads Quartet of
The background for the here their money you are old enough to get them.I QUESTION: My son who is 8 lots in April-May to less than 10
baskets of Dorsett. They were on the changing city challenges the the Hildreth Community the Pete
t were two floor Dan Your and I had to social in
vows California average earnings, the am- get a security August-September.
El Paso. Tex., to church, and Christian missionsin Williams Family of Mayo the
white pompons from
white gladioli and way for ount of wages or selfemploymentincome number for our bank. I mailed "All means of transportation
they will depart Southern Asia. Branford Summer Choral Group
with tapers in candelabras where the (or both) you have on you both forms on the same day. were used: truck, rail, piggy-back,
is nep- Miss Miller the O'Brien Trio, the Carmichael
Johnson attendedthe
wed- Sgt. recently
casting a soft glow over the Korea. which she Sisters your record will be used to figure He got his card in two days but ship and air in that order. Total
Dorsett. quadrennial National Metho- Duet, and the O'Brien
ding party. hew of Mrs. out the amount of your monthly' it took about 10 days before I got shipments of the fresh fruit and
Jacksonvillewas seen in 12 years. dist Town and Country Confer- Baptist Church Young People'sChorus.
of had not
Mrs. Bob Snyder check. mine. Why is this? vegetables, measured in oarlote,
bride's only attendant.She Mrs. Marie Miller and two ence in Minneapolis. She was one amounted to 183,757 last 7
the week QUESTION: I am a 63 year old ANSWER: As your son is only year,
with white of Jacksonville were of more than 1,300 Methodist Piano recitals were given by
dress children cent the
beige per over previous 5-year
wore a school teacher. Every summer I 8 years old it is doubtful
and white carnations. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan pastors and lay delegates from Sonya and Dale Fuller of Hil- very average. Preliminary figures for
accessories that he had social security
get one or two checks during va- ever a
of Clearwater and Dorsett. across the nation to participatein dreth Community and a special the current season, which ends
Gene I number before and could send
cation. Will I get more when we
brother of the bride, served as Mrs. Vivian Peak of Jackson- this conference. attraction was the Farm Bureau's this month, show shipments of
here quit at 65? him a new card right away. How-
ville spent the week end Board of Directors Chorus con- vegetables increased over last
best man. G. O. Ow- ANSWER: Yes; the checks you ever, we had to check your application -
Mrs. sisting of
Eugene Gerald
and McCall.
The bride was given in marriage visiting Mr. year while citrus dropped becauseof
get must be reduced for the against our permanentfiles
Gamble, Clyde Harrell and now
BeachvilleRev. Lor- freeze damage. Small amount
by her father. full number of months between in Baltimore to be sure
ens.Mrs. Dorsett and daughter an Terry, you of cucumbers
selected for her weddinga Dan accompanied by Ken- and tomatoes from
4 She length dress of nylon Mrs. G. O. Owens, honoredMr. neth McLeod on his electric gui- the month you signed up to start got the same number this timeas the West Indies and Central Am-
white street checks and the month you last time. This usually takes
M. Sandlin with your erica funneled through l-Tori-
M. are
and lace with a lace jacket. and Mrs. F. E. Day of Lake City tar.Also
reach 65. At age 65, your check from 7 to 10 days.
anniversary dinner of interest the da to northern markets and are
of white out-door was appear-
also an filled his
Her headpiece was appointment here Sun- .
will be reduced only for the num-
included in the state figures.
and she carried pink carnations.The Sunday. day, had good services and good ance of a young people's trio from
ber of months actually got a
Bartow you "Fresh fruits and vegetables from
mother of the bride worea Mrs. L. E. Register crowds. Mrs. Day and their North Carolina consisting of Card Of Thanks
62 and 65.
last week payment age Florida are only one phase of thestate's
several days here Carolyn Mary, and Wyvis Hunt
blue dress with white accessories spent granddaughter, Miss Linda Day,
So look forward to a
and a white carnation cor- visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Moses. came with him. accompanied by Miss Virginia you can We wish to thank everyone for agricultural production for

mother Mrs. Cregg Moses and daughter We Wells of Branford at the piano. somewhat larger monthly pay- the cards, food, floral offerings, out-of-state fresh markets. Cut
The bridegroom's had a fine rain Sunday
sage. ment after 65. flowers potted plants and orna-
by Mr. age and other expressions of -
Candy, accompanied Terry pointed out that the sympathy
also wore blue with white acces- which is much appreciated. Due to
mentals well standard fWd
QUESTION: I am a farmer as as
and fam- extended us during the deathof
Mrs. Bob Johnson singing meeting once each
carnation cor and the extreme year
sories and a hot weather we have i are also significant."
and never made enough to pay crops
sage. ily of Indianapolis, Md., Branford been having it was getting dry. serves a very useful purpose in our loved one. I I .
income taxes. So I have never
week end with The family of
Mr. visitors spent the Mr. developing closer ties among
Following the ceremony and Mrs. Albert Moses of
and Mrs. Moore entertained witha Mr. and Mrs. Paxton Sullivan in Tifton Ga., were guests of Mrs. Farm Bureau members throughthe will paid be any 62 social next year security., what Since shouldI I A. E. McKnight I. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

reception in their home. Ft. Walton Beach. Sanford Beach and family Thurs- old fashioned medium of
Assisting were Loretta Barden Miss Cynthia Ragan has returned day night. group singing. ?
Walton ANSWER: You are going to
in Ft.
home a.Supervises
to her
and Mrs. Florence Buchanan. John Timmerman of Clermnot
need 16 quarters (4 ) of
with her
Both the bride and groom Beach after a visit visited here a short time Satur-
under social security.
CadetsArmy work credit
Mrs. V. M. Moses.
from Branford High aunt Mr. and day. T. F. Beach
graduated who had been
and Your best bet is to get up your
} Mrs. Palmer Daughtry .
School. After trip to Jackson- in
a visiting Clermont
visited Mr. Maj. Shepperd H. Phillips records for the back years and
of Lake City
ville Beach they will make home with him.
and Mrs. R. E. Hatch Friday af- ..32, son of Mrs. Louise Phillips pay up your past due social se-
home in Lake
ternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon White of Oglesbi Suwannee Springs, is on curity. You can get up to 3 years

and Mrs. Lloyd Cirbbs hadas Pensacola were guests of Mr. and temporary duty at Fort Benning, back credit if you do this now.

Rites Honor Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Willie Beach a few days last Ga., supervising and supportingthe Then with next year's income,

Birthday Norman Willis and daughter, Vic week. training of 1,900 cadets at the you will have enough work creditto Flies rob

Barbara Jean Kelly ky, of Starke. Mrs. Harley Starling of Brooker Reserve Officer Training Corps get monthly checks. Otherwise _

and Mrs. Jennings Starling of (ROTC encampment in Fort you will get nothing at age 62.
Barbara Jean Kelly was hon- Mrs. Charles Severance and of
Miami were guests of relatives Benning, Ga. I have been told you
ored with a surprise party on her Charlene of Lake City visited a
here Wednesday.Mrs. The session will end July 26.
that office also handles social -
.sixteenth birthday Friday night, friends in Branford Thursday af- your ProfitsKiil .
Major Phillips, who entered the
security work in other coun-
July 12, at the home of Mr. and ternoon.Mr. .
Mrs. James Severance. and Mrs. Leamon Woodof R. E. Hatch and Mrs. Army in October 1951, is regularly ties and some of them are even :

Around fifty-four friends and' Macclenny visited friends and Palmer Daughtry and family of assigned as an instructor with the in Florida. Why don't you have em.

1 relatives attended. Games were I relatives in Branford Sunday.Mr. Lake City were business visitors U. S. Army Instructor Group at offices in every county like oth-

played and refreshments were and Mrs. Charles Thomas in Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. Tennessee.Polytechnic Institute in er government offices do? It is Control 'em! .

served to the guests. and son of Gainesville visited Mr. Wilbur Hall and Mrs. Cookeville.He really surprising to find that you .
graduated from La-
Barbara is the granddaughterof and Mrs. W. B. Thomas over the Dorothy Wilkerson and daugh- was even go over state lines.
Grange. Ga., High School in Attack profit-robbing, disease-spreading flies Use
Mrs. Carrie Kelly of Branford. week end. ters were business visitors in Lake ANSWER: Each government now a :
1948 and received B. S. in
a degree
combination of Purina's research-proved fly killers. Ii
City and Jacksonville last Mon- office has different responsibilities -
1951 from North Georgia Collegein
day.Mrs. Dahlonega.His and duties. We have found Fly control pays for itself many times over by keeping .t

Leona Gunter, Mrs. L. A. wife, Betty, lives in Cooke- that for us it is less expensive for animals and birds gaining and'producing at a normal rate

; Sims and Mrs. Thelma Fletcherleft ville. Tenn. us to locate an office in the cen- right through fly time.Noufs ..,

Friday for a two weeks vacation ter of an area and send our rep-
SAFETY the time to see for variety of safe effective
us a easy- .
in Taccoa, Ga. They will Rev. Marvin Odom filled his resentatives into the neighboring
to-use Purina Fly Killers that Kill Flies Like
be visiting Mr. and Mrs. Allen appointment at the Deep Creek communities. As social security is Magic. We {

PERfORMANCe Cribbs and family. Sheryl Cribbs, Advent Christian Church near a federal program, the same law have the right combination to help you solve your fly control c'"

who has been visiting relatives Lake City Sunday. applies to all states. Therefore, problems. t

here for the past three weeks, Lavaugn Cason of Jacksonville we are able to cross state linesin ROWLAND'S FEED MILL .

DURABILITY returned home with them. visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. doing our work. .
--; Mr. and Mrs. Juan Darrel H. C. Cason, a few days last week. QUESTION: My husband died ,

Douglas and family of Pahokeeare Remember Wednesday night about three years ago and I have I

visiting relatives here this prayer service and Sunday School gotten social security checks for )

You gef'em all week. and let's all try to be there. myself and two small children !

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Ii Telephone Leads Little League ._I I singles by Phillips- .Jordan-, and the development of the river., No. 3 The lowest average prices paid I j, program.
I Lanier. on the 'local market were $7.63 L "All I got was eorrespoiHtenee
commodate 50-75 will-be
Second Game For more years than I care to cars per hundred pounds; thisVcame requesting that we expfein the
Elks available.
Western Auto Struggle In the nightcap Live Oak Gas recall along about this time each in 1931 during the early""years of proposed program to farmers,"
The pool is located 30 feet from
came close, but stumbled to their year I leave for a two weeks Na- the Great Depression. Since then Mills said. "The secretary never
For First Pace Tadpole League I fourth loss of the season. Su tional Guard encampment. It has High the site School of the gymnasium.proposed Douglass Plans the price for this area's tobacco put any pressure on me or any
wannee Valley scored all its runs been a part of my-life for so long, has risen erradically with a high other state office."
M. VX can for a breeze-way between the
Western Auto and the Elks Elks scored first in the second in the first two innings and then I fear when the time comes to swimming pool and the of $60.06 per hundred pounds In fact, Mills said, he receiveda
continue to pace the Tadpole inning without the aid of a base hung on for a 9-8 -victory. hang up my suit I will not be Rees estimated the cost gym.of the paid in 1961. memo from the secretary instructing -

League as it moved into its second hit. They picked up two runs on They managed to score three ready. swimming pool in capital outlay Last year the average price him to make sure the
week ,of action. Two exciting -- three errors and a base on balls., times in the first inning on two This week end National Guard at between $12,000-$15,000. He dropped to $55.97 per hundred election was conducted withoutany

games were seen Tuesday Live Oak Gas picked up one run. walks and singles by Smith, Ed- troops from all parts of Florida said he felt the pool could be pounds. I pressure being put on voters.
night as Western Auto defeated in the fourth inning on a walk wards, and Bass. The big inning will converge on Ft. Stewart, Ga., built for those figures provided This year new government "I can only assume that other
Suwannee Valley 4-0 and Elks and a double by Louis Alexander. was the second as they collectedsix for the annual two week period.It voluntary labor from the com- grades will be in effect. Accord- county offices throughout the
edged Live Oak Gas 3-1. Elks picked up their final run of runs on six hits to move ahead will be a new experience to munity was available. ing to Phillips, these new grades country received the same instructions -

.Cliff Jernigan was the big gun the ball game in the fifth on an nine to three. have all Army Guard units in Whatever the cost of the will hit hard at low-quality tobacco ," he said.

for Western Auto, pitching five error and a base on balls. Trailing by six runs in the camp at the same time and shouldbe ject, the city and the county pro-are and pay handsomely for Mills said the' government
innings of shut-out baseball. He Hacker and Alexander had the final inning Live Oak Gas scored the final step in cementing a committed to split it. Both the ripe, properly handled leaf. merely wants ASCS offices to get
limited Suwannee Valley to only only two base hits for Live Oak five times to come within one run strong and unified Guard in county board and city commis- across to farmers the programs

one hit, a single by Bobby So- Gas and the Elks catcher. Phillips of the winners. The game ended Florida.I sion have agreed to utilize their No. 6 that are available in case they
: tolongo in the fourth Lining. collected their lone hit. with a Live Oak Gas runner am proud of the records made want to participate.
Western Auto struck for two Friday Night Games stranded on second base. in the past by the Live Oak com- an equal, personnel basis to and fundson this government would like to see "We're not trying to sell any

runs in the bottom of the second Friday night, Western Auto Randy McMullen led Live Oak pany, which has for a long time I recreation project. complete more farmers sign up for. thing we've got enough workto

inning on a single by Robert suffered their first defeat of the Gas with a home run and a dou. been one of the better units in i When the is Mills explained that this pro- do here without soliciting
pool completed it
ble. Louis Alexander the state. Indications are that gram is designed to protect soils "
Stamper and two errors. The season at the hands of the Elks helped the will be administered more. he asserted.
winners scored the final two runs by a score of 7-6. The second Gas cause with a double and a Captain C. T. Baisden will take Oak-Suwannee by the Live not only for the farmer's futureuse Explaining the allotment program

1 in the bottom of the third on an game of the night was another single. another strong group to camp and tion Board County Recrea- but for the benefit of all citiz- Mills noted that control
error .and singles by ,Dewey Pour- close one as Suwannee Valley Leading the Suwannee Valley that the local outfit will again be made through recommendations ens in the future whether they ,has to be exercised over allot-
attack with two hits each among the leaders when gradesare by delegated Negro live in the city or on the farm. ments to
U nfelle and Robert Stamper. stood off a Live Oak Gas rally in were representatives.No. protect growers. Farmers
Western Auto was limited to the final inning to win 9-8. Smith Edwards, and Bass. totaled. The administrator noted that who raise products under allotment
'1 only three hits by the two Su- The Elks Club had two big inn- Little League Play Readers of this column will history has shown that nations programs are not forcedto
wannee Valley pitchers, Bart F.d- ings in defeating the league lead- Monday night play in the Lit- have a two week vacation for I 4 which protect their soils have remained adhere to allotment specifi

wards and Drew Bass. Jernigan ing Western Auto team. Western tle League was rained out. The shall not write during the camp finish in August and be commis- strong economically and cations. They can plant as muchas

sent seven Suwannee Valley bat- Auto almost pulled the game out games were made up on Saturdaywith period. sioned and five currently enrolledin militarily, while those whohaven't they want to, he said.
ters down via the strike-out of the fire in the final inning as Velda winning over Ratliff the present state OCS. This have fallen by the way- But a penalty of 45 cents per

route. Edwards and Bass com- they came up with five runs. 3-1 and Telephone defeating Cokein Much has been written about assured that Live Oak will con- side.The pound on tobacco, for example is
bined their pitching to strike outs Phillips led the Elks to victoryas a forfeited game. the tobacco market here. tinue to provide more than ACP program is designedto levied for all leaf that exceeds

nine Western Auto men. he collected four hits in four In the only game played, Velda Sales began this morning and enough officers to staff the local encourage farmers to conserve the farmers allotment.
Second Game trips to the plate. Cliff Jerniganled held Ratliff scoreless until the indications were Wednesday that the land through accepted soil For a $5 fee, ASCS personnelwill

The second game of the even- Western Auto at the plate as final inning when they picked up all was ready for a fine season.It unit.The speaker placed the vlaueof practices. These practices include measure accurately a farm

ing saw Elks squeeze by Live Oak he collected three base hits. their lone run. has been stated here a num- federal and state equipment growing grass, trees, and summeror ers allotment. Many growers purposely -

Gas 3-1. Neither team mustered It was not the hitter's night as Velda picked up a run in the ber of times but I think it bears assigned to the Suwannee County winter cover crops. ; plant over their allotmentto
t any real attack during the gameas both teams came up with twelve first inning on three walks anda repeating. There will be many units at better than $2 million To farmers participating in the avoid a loss from miscalculation
t Live Oak Gas out hit Elks two strike-outs. Elks however, did fielder's choice. They added two visitors in Live Oak and Suwan- and praised First Sergeant Law- ACP program, the federal government or a bad patch of tobacco.

to one. manager to out hit Western Au- more in the third on a single by nee County in the next four or rence W. Lee for the way in pays approximately half or whatever the crop may be.
Hal Fletcher and Martin Bonds to seven to six. Ronnie Johnson, an error and five weeks. The manner in whichwe which he has overseen proper of the expenses for growing these "We enjoy very good public
combined to limit Elks to only Trailing six to four going into three walks. treat them will do much to care and storage of this eqUip- crops. In 1962, 653 Suwannee relations with our farmers," Mills
one hit. Robbie Nott and Mike the final Inning, Elks managedto Ratliff scored in the bottom of determine whether they return or ment. County farmers participated in said. "They're as fine a bunch of

Jordan handled the pitching pull out of the nose dive by the fifth on two walks and an er- not.No Gen. Wadsworth was presentedby the summer cover crop arrange- people to work with as I've ever
chores for Elks. coming up with three runs on ror. Each team managed only one finer tab can be placed on Brig. Gen. Mahone Rees (Ret). ment, the administrator said. seen."
base hit a community than for those visiting Wheat Controversy
as a good pitching duel President John Adicks presidedand RFOR
i developed between Velda's Ron- to say it is a fine, beautifuland reported on his impressionof Reflecting for a moment on the THE FRESHEST

SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR nie Johnson and Ratliff's Joe friendly city. If by our the recent international con- recent wheat controversy in SEAFOODS
Phillips. actions we could earn for Live which farmers voted down pro- Mack's
BUILDING NEEDS vention at Atlantic City. Fish MarketPine
Johnson struck out nine and Oak such a reputation our future posed wheat legislation, Mills said
would be assured. he had read where the Secretaryof Ave.
PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. Phillips sent eight down swing- No.5 Agriculture had applied pres- HOT PICKLED PEPPERS
SUPPLIES ing.Bases on balls proved to be Rat The county budget for next by Oldham: Suwannee Ware- .sures_ to county offices to sell the JWUUWVU

We Make All Aluminum Screens To Order liff's undoing as Phillips issued year appears on another page of houses operated by R. A. Owen --------

seven. Ronnie Johnson of Velda this issue. I suggest local property and Everett Clayton; and Farmers -
and Danny Edwards of Ratliff owners look it over carefully, for Warehouses directed by Frank
Langford Builders SupplyEast banged out the only two hits of it appears that the cost of county Futch Sr., Norman Swain, J. D. WHY PAY RENT?
the game. government continues to mount Bailey, and Frank Futch Jr.
Helvenston Street Phone 362-2873' Pony LeagueIn faster than does the value of amID In 1962, the market sold closeto BUILD YOUR HOME NOW

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Pony League action this of taxes. 11 million pounds of tobacco,
coming Saturday night Kiwanis Those who wish to discuss the acreage cut in 1955. Sales grossed BLOCK OR FRAME
will face Suwannee Funeral Home budget with the commissionersare $6 million.

in the opener at seven o'clock and invited to do so when the Since the market's inception in FINISHED OR
Lions will meet the winner in the board meets next month to adopt 1926, a quarter of a billion poundsof
the budget and millage to be in
second game at eight-thirty. leaf has been disbursed thru
effect starting October 1. this market. These sales cover- NO MONEY DOWNON
LEAGUE STANDINGS ing a span of 37 years have

LITTLE LEAGUE No.2' brought into the county over YOUR LOTET.McDANIEL
Won Lost $100 million dollars.
Telephone 4 0 rently confined to the Suwannee The current market is a far cry
Phone 362-3111 Velda 3 1 County Jail will face the Circuit from the first organized sale in -
Adults 50c' Children 20c Coca-Cola 1 3 Court during its fall term. Live Oak. Although figures are iP
Tax! Included Ratliff 0 4 Lewis said both of the boys not complete, estimates indicate

TADPOLE LEAGUE have a previous history of clashes that approximately 700,000 P. O. Box 343 Call 752-3102
OPERATIONBOX Elks 3 1 with the law.LAND. pounds were sold that first year,' LAKE CITY FLORIDA
Western Auto 3 1 bringing about $140,000. .
Suwannee Valley 2
Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night 2

THURSDAY-FRIDAY. JULY. 25-26 One of Florida's major cities Small or Large Areas
reports arrests for drunkenness

. .PAT_ BOONE In accounted for 54 per cent of all CALL Office MachineUNDERWOOD
arrests made by. city police in
MAIN ATTRACTIONAlso 1962. -- .- H. G. TURNERNight 963-2751

Day 9632373or
CARTOON NEWS No. 1 writeP.

This county officially and its O. Box 475
residents individually should
DOUBLE FEATURE leave no stone unturned to aid in Sale


DANCEEVERY ".... ""'--'

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SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY. JULY t8-29.3x_ I J 15" Carriage #

In NO MINORS ALLOWED 7' -Used-- **
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TAMMY AND THE DOCTORAlso Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted Cleaned Oiled

CARTOON NEWS ,- IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE I 90 Day Warranty 180 Day Warranty

/ SYSTEMS I / --

..... ROBERT TAYLORIn -_E-___ INSTALLED & FINANCED II r-c$59.95 $85.00 _





-_ SURE: RANE FITTINGS f With SubtractionCompletely

LUNAR! DRIVE-IN THEATRELake J F 11" Carriage .

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JULY 26-27 -
DOUBLE FEATURE _.-:.- y 180 Day Warranty Only

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Feature No. 2- .". -' ': $75.00 $159.00' : .

Phone 752-5161


Feature No. $-,, .. FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. 108 E. Howard St. Phone 362-2171 --

Phone FO 2-2571
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'. .. -- .. I Child Supervisor Joins Welfare Branch _

Donald 1,. Nelson, Director of

UWA NEE EM OCR ATI District announces Three the recent Welfare appoint-Board

ment District of Mrs.Child Diane Welfare M. Wilhiteas Super-

JTi of LIVE OAK FLORIDA visor.Mrs.. Wilhite is married, has a
'ti 'H J j J 1 J J I jr r t I I =4 five year old son, and her hus-
: band, Lawrence Wilhite. is -employed -
in research with the
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1963 VOL. 79, NO. 11 U. S. Forest Service.

Mrs. Wilhite has
recently received -

Ii Defendant Argues With Chief, Draws Fine From MayorJames i Reuben J. Harrell, H. M. Moseley''; sial Work her Master's from Florida Degree in State So-

v University. During her under-
Lee Bilton challenged asserted that "this court is more colored, arrested for fighting with 76 Native Suwannee Native graduate work at Valparaiso University -
Police Chief Elwood Howard over interested in trying to help a man his wife. Beatrice Brown colored. County in Indiana, she majored
the location of speed and city than separate him from his mon- Both of them were fined $10. in Psychology. She then did .
limit signs on U. S. 129 at the ey." Henry C. Watkins discharging Funeral ServicesReuben ,Funeral ServicesFuneral graduate work in Psychology at r
north end of town Monday in Raymond Robert Kolagek arrested firearms in the city, forfeited $50 Iowa State University where she
City Court and drew an abrupt for his third traffic infraction bond; Alvin Wayne Huetcher, Jefferson Harrell 76, of services for Harry did psychological testing and
; $25 fine from Mayor J. Marvin in recent months failedto speeding forfeited $15 bond; Billy Route One, Live Oak died at his Mathew Moseley 51, of Falmouthwere student counseling. Prior to attending -
s Phillips. appear in court but his wife Birdwell speeding forfeited home Wednesday morning follow conducted Saturday. July 20, graduate school at FSU
Bilton, arrested for speeding i Mrs. Kolagek did. $15 bond; Harrell Herman Phil- ing a lengthy illness. at 2 p.m. in the Pine Level Baptist i she was employed as a Social
'( and reckless driving, testified The Mayor told her that Kola- pot colored improper parking Mr. Harrell a native of Su Church with the Rev. J. H. Worker for the Florida Depart- MRS. DIANE M. WILHITESweannee
that he was doing about 70 miles gek would have to appear per- forfeited $15 bond; Fred B. Wat- wannee County was a retired Brown officiating. He was buried ment of Public Welfare in Lake
c' per hour in a 65 mile per hour sonally. He advised Mrs. Kolagekto ers, drunkenness, forfeited $15 farmer. He was a member of the in the Pine Level Cemetery.Mr. City.
zone, and committed no violationin tell her husband to get in touch bond and $2 costs; Tyson Hicks, Mt. Olive Church of Christ. Moseley died suddenly here In assuming her newly created DemocratSubscriptions
the city limits. with Chief Howard immediately speeding forfeited $15 bond; Ade- Mr. Harrell is survived by his Thursday July 18. position, Mrs. Wilhite representsthe
The arresting officer Dewitt and instructed the chief to get a line Corplenter drunkenness for- widow, Mrs. Theodosia Irene Mr. Moseley a native of Su first professionally trained
Staats, testified that he was fol- cash bond from Kolagek or put feited $15 bond; Ralph Mallory Barnes Harrell; three sons Cecil wannee County operated a retail person available to District Three
lowing Bilton who was headed him where he would be availablefor driving while intoxicated case grocery store. He was a veteran for specialized child
Harrell of Tampa Terrace Here is a list of new subscriptions -
north at the speed limit. But court next Monday. continued; David Lee Randolph
legal well W. Harrell of Tallahassee of the U. S. Army and a mem- casework services. and subscriptions mewed
as the defendant passed the State Kenneth Brady plead guilty to driving without license forfeited and Marvin Harrell of Live Oak; ber of the Clayland Baptist She will work out of the district to the Suwannee Democrat from
district office speeding. He told the Mayor he $50 bond and $2 costs. .
Beverage Department
three sisters, Mrs. Annie Rober- Church.He office in Live Oak, and be July 12 to July 19.
he accelerated quickly and was trying to sell a car and "got son of Largo, Mrs. Loy Burnettof is survived by his widow available for consultation in the NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
sped out of the city, he said. down on it pretty hard to show A. E. Jasper and Mrs. Mattie Stoneof Mrs. Emma Moseley Falmouth; nine counties of the district.. Mrs. B. L. Dayel, Riviera Beeh
The officer said he pursued the customer it would run."
one daughter Miss Elaine Mose- These counties
Jasper; three brothers, Walter encompass Su- J. Lester Poucher, Largo
t Bilton who reached speeds near The Mayor noting that Brady Harrell of Live Oak Sewell Har- ley Falmouth; one sister Mrs. wannee Hamilton Madison, Taylor Mrs. Winnie Hays, Rt., L. O.
100 miles per hour before finally had finished two years at North Funeral ServicesFuneral rell of Live Oak and Albert Har- LaVera Bennifield, Columbus, Lafayette Dixie Levy, Gil- SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs.
stopping at the intersection of Florida Junior College and'was rell of Live Oak. Ga.; and two brothers Ellis Mose- christ and Columbia. George Dexter, L. O.
Highway 129 and Skeen's Road. trying to save money to attend a services for A. Edward He had eight grandchildren ley Jacksonville and Ralph W. H. Gamble. Rt., L. O.
Staats testified that he pulled university fined him $15 and suspended McKnight of Jacksonville a and Moseley Live Oak" G. H. Murrah, Rt., L. O.
along side Bilton with his siren the The incidentwas one great-grandchild. In 1962 advertisers,again spent
penalty. former resident of Live Oak were Active pallbearers were Bill Fred Allen, O'Brien
and red light on abreast of Mont- Brady's first offense. conducted in the Pine Level Bap- Funeral services for Mr. Har- Browning Paul Driver Cunard more money in newspapers than in Lamar L. Hunt, Alexandria, Vfc.
gomery Trucking Company but Edward Ellis Rodney appeared tist Church Friday July...l9, with rell were conducted in the Mt. Moseley Harold Bracewell, Curtis any other medium and the news- .
i the defendant continued to ac before the court and plead guiltyto the Revs. Carter Ramsey and J. Olive Church of Christ at 4 pjn. Aue and Julian Ezell. paper remains overwhelmingly
celerate. The officer said his siren reckless driving and having an, W. Baillie officiating.He Thursday July 18, with ,the Rev. Honorary pallbearers were Ray dominant as a local advertising There are 70 school focwte
's was blaring throughout the accident. Rodney told the Mayorhe was buried in the Pine Everett Williamson officiating. He Baker Park Fortner Mack Clark, medium. maintained as eh&}_ proJ.eeM.
chase. failed to see an approaching Level Cemetery.Mr. was buried in the Mt. Olive Ceme M. J. Lepper Buzz Murray Jess by Florida's Future Farmers eCAmerica.
Robert Morrison faced the vehicle as he pulled into an in: McKnight 42, died in St. tery.Active Cannon Shelly Palmer Osmond (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) .
t court and plead guilty to his sec- tersection. Noting extenuating Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville pallbearers were Claude Palmer, Harold Landen, Clem
ond offense of public drunkenness circumstances, the Mayor advised Wednesday July 17, following a Jernigan, Jack Warner Ottis Mc- Landen Arlis Palmer and Joe
in the past four months. The that Rodney's insurance would brief illness.A Cullers Phil Townsend, Hugh Landen. I
Mayor fined Morrison $15 and $6 take care of damages, fined the native of Florala, Ala., Mr. Lewis and G. W. Milligan. Suwannee Funeral Home was
i jail costs. defendant $15 and suspended it. McKnight was reared in Suwannee Honorary pallbearers were Dor- in charge. THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
Phillips admonished the defendant Other cases to appear on the County. He has resided in is Black Noah Bailey Frank .
for his drunkenness and Court Docket included Joe Brown, Jacksonville for the past 22 years. Marlow Elwood Howard Rudolph Cancer Service Veneer-One or Two Baths.
Foy Connell Thompson Kenneth Group
.. Mr. McKnight was a salesman
I with Dickerson Tire Company in Christian and Warren Howard. Meets For Work DayThe FHA or CONVENTIONAL
i MOBILE HOMES SALES Jacksonville. He was a member of Suwannee Funeral Home was service committee of the FinancingSMALL
the Woodmen of the World and in charge. American Cancer Society met
NEW AND USED the Moose Lodge. He belonged to Wednesday for a work day at the DOWN PAYMENT\
the Edgewood Heights Baptist Toole Jim Carmichael Oscar home of Mrs. Morgan Miller.
Located In
TRAILER PARKING Church.Mr. Brim Raymond Cross Jesse Four churches were representedat Edgewood Subdivision.
r McKnight is survived by Tucker and Joe Starling. the session. SELECT YOURS NOW
his widow Mrs. Louise McKnight; Honorary pallbearers were Lunch was furnished throughthe
Quality Homes, Inc. mother, Mrs. Lula Barrs, Dowling Johnnie Bonds, Buster Willis, courtesy of the Chuck Wagon Contact
Park; one daughter Mrs. Nancy Jesse Stewart, Hoyt Cotney El- Restaurant.
U. S. 90 WEST Gunter Indian River City; one don Dickson, Loyd Young, Mar- Anyone who has old white lin- W. G. MULLINSPhone
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA son, Aaron E. McKnight Jr. vin
Green John Hicks, and E. T. ens or skirts they don't need is
HOWARD MORGAN Phone 362-2016 Jacksonville; and one sister Mrs. Elkins. urged to contact Suwannee Laun-
t Odell Fortner Live Oak. Suwannee Funeral Home was dry which will pick them up for 362-2057
Active pallbearers were Frank in charge. the service committee free.
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Live Oak



Florida I
the close of business June 30, 1963. />
T d
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RESOURCES Florida's Oldest and

Loans and Interest Receivable (net, )_ W_?,,- $2,972,042. Largest Tobacco Market ( : : '

,; Land and Buildings 21,82o! ,

(Equipment 5690. I 7 WAREHOUSES

Securities and Interest Receivable on those Securities i 227,228. a
Investments and Interest Receivable on those'Investment 43,198.. 4
Other Assets .. ___.. .1,005.

.:,. : '. .'1' ;'
< <... $3,274,573. MORE BUYERS THAN ANY



Rediscounted, Federal Intermediate Credit Bank $2,778,555.
Free Cash Prizes To Growers
Dividends, and Patronage Refunds Payable 20,530.

Provision for Federal Income Tax 1958.

Miscellaneouos Accounts Payable 782.

Capital Stock

; Surplus L.. : ., .- .- 3274573.329,270.143,478. Three Big Free Street DancesJULY


Served: Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwannee. MORE COMPETITIVE BIDDING MEANS A BETTER :



i IL-c: Pope, .President Aubrey Fowler, Sec -Treasurer *S

} T. J. McKeithen; Vice-Pres. R. O. Hatcher, Jr., Assistant SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN

.:.._ SecretaryTreasurerKatharine

::. S. Prather, Assistant Treasurer ..

1 H. C. Pope r: }J).'Mitchell H. w.:Lund Yi

{ -; Edward HendErsoirT. J. >McKeithen .' -
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: "Jimmy Beat A Bad Habit" I I The devotion was given by Superintendent -
I L @fI gA?: l 4f;ftj. Wiffiamsea.
Because the temptation request it. Parents may obtain a Minutes of the prevtoat meeting
By BERNICE SHULER smoke cigarettes can confront copy of "Jimmy Beats A Bad read
were corrected and ap-
children as early as the third and Habit" by writing any one of the proved.

This week I am beginning a and 12 cups water. Boil syrup 10 fourth grade school levels, a simple American Cancer Society offices, Discussion was held concerning

WOMEN column on topics of interest to minutes. Drain figs and add story presenting reasons whyit listed in the regular white sec- responsibilities of bus drivers.

I every member of the family.As gradually to boiling syrup. Cook Is best not to start the habitIs tions of telephone directories in Also that steps must be taken

you probably know, Home gently for about 2 hours or until told in a new illustrated book- sixteen key cities located thru- to improve behavior on the buses.

Demonstration work is concerned figs are transparent and syrup let titled "Jimmy Beats A Bad out Florida. The Jacksonville ad- Policies are to be developed for

CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor with the business of the home very thick. Let stand over-night Habit". dress is 2000 Park Street. bus transportation effective the

the greatest business in the world. I to plump. Pack cold figs into The booklet was prepared and Bradford County Telegraph 1963-64 school year. Bus drivers

II Miss Moseley Weds Charles Ray Trail I Through Home Demonstrationand clean jars. Cover with cold syrup edited by Margaret W. Hoffman, ; will be required to .sign a simple

4-H Clubs, recognition special and seal. Process 15 minutes in who has been actively engaged in Being husband is like contract form and to agree to attend -
a any
United in marriage, Friday, served the groom as best man. interest groups Rural Areas a simmering water bath. You the Schools of Florida, lecturingto other job it makes it lot the second phase of the Bus

June twenty-eighth at the homeof The bride was given in mar- Development demonstrations ex- must process this preserve to keep older students on the .harmful a I Drivers Training Course to ba
easier if learn to like
the bride's parents, was Miss riage by her father. For her wed- hibits, fairs, rally programs short mold from growing in the jars. effects of cigarettes. boss. you your I held in November of 1963.r
Barbara Ann Moseley and Charles ding Miss Moseley chose a gownof and The
course, workshops camp : story itself contains no i Annual leaves were granted as
Ray Trail with the Rev. G. W. white Chantilly lace with a through newspaper and radio Try this fig recipe for a special reference to cancer, recent mani- MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC follows:

Kinard of Jacksonville officiat- fitted jacket of the same lace. channels, we bring the latest edu- dessert treat: festations of chronic respiratory INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE Shelby Moore, June 96-July 12

ing at the eight o'clock ceremony. Her finger tip veil of sheer illu- cational information in Home damage or death. However, an COUNTY FLORIDALive

The bride is the daughter of sion was attached to a crown of Economics.We FRESH FIG MOUSSE explanatory manual for adults includes Oak Florida 1963.Hallie Mae Moore Jane 28-

Mr. and Mrs. Austin Moseley of seed pearls. She carried a nose- help you learn how to get 2 cups peeled crushed fresh figs abstracts of data on childhood June 15, 1963 July 12, 1963.

McAlpin and the groom the son gay of white carnations from the most for your dollar: how to 3 tablespoons lime juice smoking and answers to The meeting was called to order A. Perry Geiger July 22-Au5

of Mr. and Mrs Maxie Trail of which fell white satin streamers. manage your time and energy; 1 cup sugar questions which might be raised at 9:00 A.M.. by Otto F. Dick- 2, 1963.

Bell.A. Following the ceremony Mr. what to wear where you go; how 3/4 cup hot water by the child upon reading the man, Chairman. Other members Inez Hudson,' July 15-July 25

background of palms magnolias and Mrs. Moseley entertainedwith to plan your wardrobe; how to 1 envelope plain gelatin story. present were: V. V. Brim H. E. 1963. .

,.and two large floor basketsof a reception in their home. plan better kitchen storage; how 1/4 cup cold water The informative booklet is Vann, T. R. Barnett, and L. M. H .M. Folsom, June 17-June 23
white gladioli formed the set- The bride's table was covered to select furnishings and equip- 1% cups cream, or chilled evap- available without cost to all who Crews Jr. 1963.

ting' for the nuptial rites. with a white lace cloth. The three ment to meet the needs of your I orated milk whipped Myrtle Mails June 17-June 21 i
Miss Barbara Watkins of Jack- tiered wedding cake with a min- family; how to understand your- 1. Sprinkle crushed figs with 1963.

sonville was the only attendant.She iature bride and groom on the top self and others; and how to con- sugar and lime juice. Let stand VISITJACK'S Fred Godfeott July 1July15..

wore a street length dress of tier was encircled with pink rose trol your emotions and protect one hour. 1963.

pink and a white carnation cor- buds and fern. The crystal punchbowl your health. 2. Soak gelatin in cold water GRILLU Bro "ard Stewart.
July 1-Jul
sage. placed at one end of the History and then dissolve in hot water. 15, 1963. :

Joseph Cecil Perkins of Bell table was also encircled with rose Add to figs. Cool and chill untilit S 90 EAST
Home Demonstration work be- Morgan Miller, July
buds and fern. I! gan more than 40 years ago in begins to thicken. REGULAR MEALS (Home Cooked) 1963.J. 1-July n,
The bride's book was kept by 3. Whip cream or chilled
and has D. Sapp
Miss Browning Shower Suwannee County gained July 1-July 15. 1963.
Miss Shirley Trail sister of the milk until stiff. I
( steadily in strength through the SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN Leo Row, July 1-July IS, 1963.
Honoree SaturdayMiss groom. years. We have 12 Home Demon- 4. Fold into thickened fig miX- SANDWICHES Fountain Service Glen Sumner, June 16-June 14
Others assisting at the recep ture.
Nancy Browning bride- stration Clubs located in Antioch, 1963.
tion were Miss Dorothy Moseley, 5. Pour into large mold or 6 CURB SERVICEOPEN
elect of August, was the inspira- Beulah. Dowling Park Ladyland Superintendent
sister of the bride, Mrs. Louise small molds. Chill until firm. 10 AM 12 MIDNIGHT PHONE 362-3201 Williams i
tion for a miscellaneous shower McAlpin, Philadelphia, New Har- pointed out that
Tillis, Mrs. Neva Vann, and Mrs. 6. To serve, unmold and garn- the Board haj
Saturday evening when Mrs.Frank Pine Grove, Rosemary, and JEAN WHITE Manager been
mony requested, by authorities ..
Carrol ish
Vann, cousins of the bride. with whole fresh peeled fig. ::1
Haddon Mrs. Lemuel -
Wellborn. The Farmerettes a Tallahassee
The bride graduated from Su- delay the lettir _,
Hughes, and Mrs. Rees Mills en- combined group from Rocky Sink of bids for milk, until after
wannee High School in 1963 and :a
tertained in her honor at the and Marybelle communities scheduled

home of Mrs. Mills on Piedmont School.the groom They attended will make Bell High their meet in homes. The Happy Home- These And Other See The Levi's Below And 1963. meeting of June 23! ,

Street. makers meet in their Community

The mantel in the living room home near Bell.. Center on the Dowling Park'Road. Levi Fashions At' Other Styles At The Mr.and Bill approved Reid was as a recommended bus drh-'-.
centered with floral designof
was a
There are eight school and four for 1963-64
white pom pons and fern which Here And ThereMr. community 4-H Clubs in the Young Men's Department Numerous school year.
had two love birds gracing the county. requests for pup.'
transfer from Wellborn to LJ
design.An Both the 4-H and Home Dem- Oak.
open green umbrella withan and Mrs. Robert Jenkins onstration groups have County meeting.Mrs.were. tabled until a Iat.

arrangement of pink gladioli and daughter, Judy, of Valdosta, Councils, composed of the presi- Inc. tIJ Virginia
on the umbrella was used for the Ga., and Mrs. Lucille Jenkins of dent and council delegate from Severance m-
COMPANY peared before
shower gifts which were displayed this city, returned home Thurs- each club. Mrs. A. R. Murphy of M..ur' ...ta..IAlITruv '1""... quested that the Board and f'-

beneath the decorated umbrella. day from a two weeks trip to Har- McAlpin is president of the Home to enable her something be do-

The table at the dining room risburg, Ky. via the Cumberland Demonstration Council and Le- Your Friendly Store Severance daughter. Patnc:

entrance held a silver candelabrawith I Route and Dayton Ohio, where Trell Ezell of Live Oak is presi- work to receive credit o.

burning tapers. The organin they visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. dent of the Girls' 4-H Council. done at Suwannee Hi'-
-.. ...... .. -. -. --.... School. Superintendent William .
the dining room also held a Jenkins. On their return trip I The services of your Home :, ---:- .:.:: ,-
silver candelabra with burning I son was instructed to check ur
home they visited the Smoky Demonstration Agent are avail- 4F this matter.
tapers. A white linen cloth cov- Mountain National Park, and the able to everyone in the county;
ered the dining table and to one museum at the Atomic Energy home demonstration work is sup- Board approved the nominations

side was placed an arrangementof Center at Oak Ridge, Term. They ported by county, state, and fed- .i i for of the Board of Trustee.
white gladioli and shaggy also visited relatives in Gastonia eral funds. the employment of the fy:

mums which was centered with N. C. and Stone Mountain and lowing persons. They are:

two gold wedding bands. The the Civil War Cyclorama at At- Fig PreparationIn Richard Beyer
driving around the county, Marion
crystal punch bowl was filled lanta, Ga.
I've noticed a good jof figs.
with iced "Cokes". Chips and Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin and Hendrteks
Perhaps you will be interested in
dip, party cakes, and nuts were son, Gary, of Haines City, spent Tommy Dorsett
some information on when to pick Robert
placed on the table. the week end in Live Oak. Miller
them and how to freeze or pre- j >.. Linda Koon
Miss Mary Maude Mills P
assisted Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bell and s

the hostesses in serving. son, Bobby, of Greenville, S. C.. serve Pick them.just figs that are fully I is Marylee Haddon
Games were played and prizes spent the week end here with = Jackie Winders
ripe. Pick daily. It is best to pick .
received by Miss Marianna Prots- his mother, Mrs. Tom Bell. Their Alice Carole AnninA

man and Miss Quinn Flood. son. Jimmy returned home with I while the morning is still cool. Do j : V kS Ii motion was made by Barnetto -
not Bruise figs when picking.
Around thirty were invited toattend. them after spending a week here S P3 ajfl grant Oscar Munch a continuing .
with his grandmother. I Green ones will shrivel when contract. Motion was sec,

cooked. Pick just as the skin be- onded by Vann and unanimous!:"
gins to break. Do not hold figs carried.Mr. .

over. Go ahead and "put-up" a .
Leroy Bowdoin was interviewed
> FREE few jars or freeze a few packages
= for the position of Supervising
each day as they are picked. This I
24-HOUR \ Principal at Suwann
1:. L\xdy>:: f keeps you from getting too tired High School.
... '" :. r also you're sure of getting the '
p Mr. Harold Musgrove and otter .
? N fffr : i : \
% \$ best flavor' of fig. :
Ambulance ServicePhone representatives from the Dic
;,.. ..:E.21 ;:'Ft': TO FREEZE: Use only tree- *
f : I tograph Company were presen! "
: ripened figs. Sort, wash and clip '
i and
: 362-3333 presented very interesting in-
: ,
off the stem. Make
: up a syrupof f
: r .' > : -.; \ formation about their Fire Safe/
trl'f 2 cups sugar and 4 cups water
Systems. The Board was impres i
and Vz lemon S
cup or lime juice, .
ed with
the presentation and asked
if desired. Have
syrup cold. (Make "
that a survey be made and a:'
up day before and keep in re- j : :
JAMES B. DANIELS frigerator.) Pack figs into freezer approximate cost be presented f,J
Ili the Board at the July 2, 196 J
FUNERAL HOMEEast cartons or canning jars. Cover meeting.A .
with cold syrup. Be sure to leave
Howard St. 1-inch motion was made by Vann r,>
headspace to keep jars
amend the minutes of April 20
J. B. DANIELS LF.D. from breaking. Seal and freeze.
FIG 1963 to include Mrs. Susie Williams
S. C. BASS JR. BS PRESERVES: Wash and the teachers
sort figs. Pre-cook 4-6 minutesin among recom
EMERT POTEET mended and approved for work ar
boiling water at simmering.
Suwannee High School during the
Make a syrup of 8 cups sugar .
1963-64 school year and that

., LEVISi! Tommy Dorsett be assigned to

Branford. Motion was secondedby

The following teachers having

f DOUBLE-KNEE l been previously recommended,

I and, having met the quallfica-

AMALDI (New Fall) tions as given in section 23136

Florida Statutes, are hereby
I granted continuing contract sta
STACKED HEELS tus.Marvin They Johns are:

Rebecca Edwards

John R. Green
$9.00 'em rough-LEVI'S Double-Knee Jeans are chemically-fortified to retain their Oscar H. Munch
The motion for such action wa:

rugged strength much longer than ordinary denim jeans actually 87* longer by made by Brim, seconded by Vann
N Reg. $11.99 and carried.

laboratory test! And check these features, too... Mr. Obie Starling met with tfc?

4 Board and gave a report on some
.fut-fus.d double knees .
guaranteed Sanforized and vat-dyed with
matters relating to his servicesas
.,:, for life of Jean zipper fly snap waist closure
a bus driver during the 1962-
.doubte-stitchinc plus extra.* e fug size rang.,Regular&Slim :"-- 63 school year.
Inforeement at strain points 2 to 16,Husky 25 to 36 waist t-l....
Dr. Paul, local health office
., .
P look for the colored tab and this distinctive stitched design on the back pocket..S......../ met with the Board and requested
some' financial help for his de

j partment. He stated that service.;

AAAA to B Widths 1 of nurses, to schools, would have

. to be curtailed unless some aid
Sizes.'to 1 10 ; ------=- ->- .'- ---..-..---'" was received from somewhere. Superintendent -

Brown or Black Williamson pointedout
the need for such services and

Air Foam Cushioned recommended that the Board do

Handsomely Tailored Levi'ss all it could, financially, to help
** alleviate this problem. Further

Especially made for us in Italy Fine Calfskin with cushioned in- From'DuPre's' consideration to be made at a lat-

soles Made to wear and wear Stock up now for the fall months er date.
.. ahead. Other routine items were dis
'. .- .$ ;... ,. cussed. Bills were audited and approved -

'\ < : f1 t. for payment.As .

; : \ > ; -.) fL f"g v there was no further bum-
... ness the meeting WAS adjourned.
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Everett L.
i: >:t 3t. ..- uw. .u.' PIUT.l..aTr' ?' lTe.U :. Williamson
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,;;;Jj .- '.:"-- ...... : ;:;:. SHOE DEPT. !' .. .. ,--.; '--:: ; :. ""," ,.: .,03" ;' .Board of Public Instruction

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Phosphate Mines Exhausted Take An Auto Trip With-

I Scenic Moss Is Cow FoodThe

Once Rich Island Now Impoverished laby And Enjoy fi!

long flowing strands of points out "is surrounded by a by a commercial chemist in 1926. Speck Isolated People Must Leave r----- ---. oMVV n?---- -----*

Spanish moss which drape the greenish-gray bark. This bark and An interesting finding was a high I 1 13aLfTWH.l: 2k. Lit I

trees of Florida may be regardedas the many grass-like leaves on the ash content of 5% percent in Moving day is approaching on Nauru, whose 2,800 I I I
mysterious and beautiful by strands are the source of most of whole moss compared to only Yz I DCAR BED OK:
people must soon leave their lonely Pacific island near the PAIR OF SHOES DPtXT.&lU'TJIiNiHG+ 1WT I
tourists but to the Florida cow. the nutrients useful in livestock percent in moss hair. Apparently
Equator for a home off the Australian coast. I ONE DOZEN PLASTIC WARM SWEATERS A fEW f1MJPJTE I
they are Just food. feed he adds. this is explained by the fact that D LJ 0 ,
Because cows are often observed On the tree green moss con- the leaf scales trap dust from Behind them, Nauruans will leave an impoverished, I 'Rm I
pulling Spanish moss from trees tains from 65 to 75 percent mois- which the plant derives most of pockmarked, palm-fringed little speck, once called the I ONtPPlES AND OVERLAPS 0 PlASTIC Lma BAGS DA fEW NEW 1O'iS I

and eating it. many questions are ture. When dried the long brown its inorganic constituents. Dr. richest island in the South Seas.| I DSTER1LE =oazEN '
asked about its chemical composition moss hair fibers will constitute Hentges believes this may explainthe The wealth came from Nauru'sphosphate | By consent of the three Common- II( NJRSm WAmO DiAPEKS DrrxtASli tAi6Of I'tMPBt II

and nutritive value. about one-fourth of the dry mat- relatively high iron contentof deposits which have wealth nations Nauru was administered I r-iBAPOMrEDMUCOK CANNED 0 DIAPER LINERS r-inJlSTK DItOPtlO1HFK
Australians, 1 BEPS
ter; the remainder being a pulp Spanish moss. millions of farm by the
Dr. James F. Hentges. Jr., associate helped I ) CANNED 'iVUR DOCTOR'S
animal nutritionist with containing protein, minerals and The commercial chemist also acres In Great Britain. Australia first under the League and now DA5SQU DSUHSHADE D TELEPHONE NUM5EK I
carbohydrates-mostly cellulose- reported the presence of subs- under the United Nations. I I II
and New Zealand. j
the Florida Agricultural Experiment which are desirable food nutrientsfor tances which may be sources of Intensive mining has almost Phosphate mining began in I nCOOWESCRCKACKERS 0 INSECT SCKEEM DAMTt w *.M1E 9
Stations says that contraryto I I
Vitamin 1906. Because Nauru has deep- aAD? OR 1mYC1.arn yI
cattle. A for livestock. Recent no
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general belief. Spanish moss exhausted the phosphate the Na- SLEEPERS !} D GOOD ROAD MAPS
According to Hentges. Spanishmoss research at the Florida Agricul- water port huge cantilevers were ;:,
did not originate in Spain, is nota I tional Geographic Society says. I T Sot TS,PAPERS r iTRWELETSI OECMS I
would have nutritive tural Stations D
more Experiment con- constructed to extend over the
true moss and does not live on Nauruans who flourished under I RUSBER PANTS JRX EMR6ENOBI I II
value for cattle than oat straw if firmed these finding and recorded surrounding coral reef. Conveyors
the sap of trees. It is a flowering the mining boom will not be able DPLAYSUITS
its nutrients were digestibleThe quantitive data on the con- carry the phosphate directly to I
rootless air plant which grows to make living once the mineralis
earliest comprehensive ana- tent tf Vitamin A, carotene and a the anchored vessels. To render I I
from seed. This plant blooms in DONE DRESS-UP> SUIT
gone. They have been thinkingof O p DA CALM DISPOSITION!
of made Vitamin C in !
lysis Spanish moss was Spanish moss. phosphate useful as a fertilizer
the spring and its tiny slightly migrating for a decade. aai at every IAIV r.7.UQ.1l1'1fM10i.MIE.rK.
it must be treated with sulphuricacid.
fluorescent yellowish-green flow-
Shunned Mainland "Don't put away those road because
maps just cfcHd is
ers can be seen under, grass-like The result is superphos- still your +
$15-Million in
Crop Today When talk of a move began, diapers. ,
leaves. I. the Australian Government offer- phate. People who make babies their business say that with a few
Hentges explains that Spanish Find TobaccoIn ed to bring the Nauruans from The British Phosphate Com simple precautions: an auto trip with infants can be easy .
Spanish Explorers missioners who control mining ana even -
moss spreads or is propagated their isle west of the Gilberts enjoyable.
mostly by birds or wind carrying across Melanesia to the Austra- operations pay both leases and According to Bauer &: Black, liners which today are as
broken royalties to the individual Nauru- makers of Curity baby products comfortable and effective the
vegetative plant segmentsto Florida Over 400 Years Ago lian mainland. But Nauruans, as
other resting places. Its growthis ans on whose land the phosphateis modern technology has solved gauze variety eliminate laundry -
of their culture,
proud language
'"" the two main problems of infant worries while the
sunshine mined. A royalty trust fund on road.
dependent water
upon Ponce de Leon and Hernandode acre. and traditions, feared they would travel-feeding and laundry -
dust and air. and a long-term investment fund "Each time the baby is
Soto found tobacco growingin "Disease. particularly black lose their identity on a vast con- "
is clas- J have been established changed, suggests Eton"place
Spanish moss generally Florida in the early 1500s. shank." he says "has also taken tinent and sought instead an- for the resettlement "For short trips, plastic bottles the disposable in
sified as "green" or raw and"dry" I of the off diaper a separate -
However it was not until the Its tolL If we should now have a other island of their own. community with rvercaps are ideal," paper or plastic bag. and
or cured moss. Dr. Hentges Australia.The .
Twentieth Century that flue- heavy rain period, then root knot The Nauruans specified that the said W. O. Elson. medical research get rid of it next time you stop.,
says that green moss is the living move to Curtis Island Is director for Bauer &
cured tobacco came of age as a can also be expected to become a new island must meet certain re- Other hints on how to make
plant which may easily be distinguished expected to begin in about five Black. "Mothers can sterilize
from dead dry or cured "money crop" in the Sunshine problem. quirements: pleasant climate fertile years. Although the exact statusof bottles, nipples, and formula your trip pleasant and easy are:
moss which is grayish-black in State. Farmers did not fertilize as soil and sheltered fishing the island's government has the 'terminal method br Stick to your baby's schedule.
color. The center of a strand of Today five tobacco markets in heavily this year either he points waters with a deep-sea fishing not been negotiated it is they leave. A small ice i I Aim at 250 to 300 miles a day.
Spanish moos is a brown fiber resembling the state act as selling points for out. explaining that the emphasis that Nauruans will expected will keep the formula safe < Stop driving by 5:00 p.m. Make
a horse hair. This fiber more than $15 million worth of is on quality instead of quantity. port.Several islands were rejected have con- the overcap guarantees that the motel reservations in advance,
commonly called "moss hair". has flue-cured leaf. According to S. New loan rates place a premium before the Nauruans decided onCurtis siderable autonomy without full contents remain sterile." at motels with baby beds if pos

been the basis for a large com- L. Brothers, assistant agronomistwith on high grades of tobacco now just off the coast of independence. For longer trips Elson recom- sible. Check weather forecasts.
mercial industry in several Gulf the Agricultural Extension in demand. Tobacco farmers who Queensland between the Fitzroy mends that mothers rely on Plan your route through or near
bottles of sterile water, population centers. Use safety
Coast states. Because of its Service at Gainesville 21 counties -. produce top quality tobacco
tough- can River and the port city of Glad- The primary purpose of a news plus six-ounce cans of evapor- locks on doors and never leavea
ness and resiliency it is used in bordering from Sumter on expect an average price support stone. paper is to bring you the news ated milk. Each time the babyis child alone in a locked car.
upholstering materials. the south Holmes on the west level'ot 56.6 cents a pound. Thisis Curtis Island comprises about and enable you to keep that news fed open a can of milk, pour And remember that even on the
However this use is on the decline and Nassau in the northeasternpart an increase of one per cent 180 square miles, compared with with you as long as you wish. into a bottle the proper amountsof highway your child needs his
because of competition from of the state produce nearly over the support level for the 1962 Nauru's 8.2 square miles. The a milk, sweetening and water regular daily amount of cud
synthetic fibers. 26-million pounds of tobacco an- crop. climate !is pleasanter: Nauru is and discard the rest of the milk. dliiigr and playing.To .
"The moss hair" the nutritionist nually from an allotted acreage of Explaining some of the historyof just 34.5 miles south of the EQua-. You as,a free citizen have the "Before a trip of any length," aid you in packing for

ftftflflftflStftflftftflftftWU slightly over 15-thousand acres. flue-cured tobacco production tor while Curtis is on the Tropicof right and perhaps you will agree he cautions", "consult yourbaby's your next trip with an infant
RENEW YOUR "This year's tobacco produc- Fred Clark agronomist with the Capricorn. There is a port and the obligation to read the news doctor. clip and save the accompanying
to know what is going on. Disposable diapers and diaper checklist of articles needed.
DRIVERS LICENSES tion will be two to three hundred Agricultural Experiment the sheltered waters between the

DURING THE MONTHOF pounds lighter per acre than last Stations, notes that the ravagesof island and the mainland will pro- .
YOUR BIRTHDAY year due to the dry weather," the boll weevil and the extremely vide easy fishing.U. .
REECE BROWN Brothers states. Last year's tobacco high price of tobacco after N. Trust Territory
it-I COUNTY: JUDGE production reached an all- World War I combined to accelerate Discovered in 1798 Nauru first :
time high of 1,977 pounds per flue-cured tobacco pro- was named Pleasant Island. It NEW I
duction in Florida and Georgia. was annexed by Germany in 1888
From 1921 until 1934 tobacco occupied by Australia in 1914 and

For All Your NeedsWITH acreage grew intermittently. With mandated to the United King-
the passage of the Tobacco In- dom, Australia and New Zealandby
spection Act in 1935 marketingwas the Leageu of Nations in 1919.

ers to controlled assist was in by more supplied statute orderly to and grow-mar-information Apparently livestock feeding FROM DALE & RADFORD
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LP GAS TANKS -APPLIANCESSEE keting.Acreage continued to grow as ges er trials been says with conducted.it Spanish is common However moss knowledgethat have Hent-nev-

supply and demand warranted. A Spanish moss has saved the
peak of 29,500 acres was reachedin lives of many Florida range cattle
ARTHUR CROWEAT 1939. During this same year during severe winters. The exis-
the Florida Agricultural Experiment ting research data on the protein
Stations began experimental energy mineral and vitamin con-
research with tobacco. "Plant- tent of Spanish moss is sufficientto Dontsnapatthe?
beds varieties fertilization fumigation explain its appeal to a cow. .

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FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGO McNutt studied at Cornish Con- I Home and read in Bsaatord alssd .., 11eric1a.the WOmans Club

Song EvangelistSets servatory in Seattle, and continued i PROJECTS N.. fta. ."IA Ii: IB i.n
I his training in San Fran- Flsride. ess fst of 16ing dweliBranford '

Federals Fired Upon In Cotton Capture'This PerformanceA cisco.song Before evangelism entering, he the spent fieldof 10 1Iuit..kulJMgs located and BuiWiutr.a.o.:Management eetsIaicf LUdeaplag.six (I) .it.JI and..site dwelling DdTolions. improvements <''-:

... noted recording artist and years in the Nazarene Church directing and utilities are included.

( is another in a series of the rescue of Florida from impending nounces that fourteen persons, der command of Orderly Sergeant song evangelist will perform at music. Proposed foraa of atnct cad. 'lfl'ameDta. do cuineldiag -'

articles portraying Florida as danger." "having given their parole not to C. Nugent, off the U.s.s. Fort Suwannee Campgrounds this McNutt is from Kansas City. tions, .are on file plane at Ute etfiee spec of the

events unfolded 100 years ago, The two Union sailors from the bear arms against the U. S. government Henry, today captured a small week end. Rev. Bill Dodd, pastorof U Suwasnee eo..t H..1f Authority f

published the Florida Civil Fort Henry who were killed yes- nor to give aid comfort boat of Depot K. It containedtwo the Church of the Naiorene.said BranrercL E. FI Bans rik.. a"Jr.. at AlA the Architect office I

War Centennial Commission.) terday in the engagement at the or information to the enemies of men. a woman, and their Monday. (Office Supplies at McCrimcn's) HoT Prudential B1IIWia. Jac"'onvll1

Edited By Waccassa River were buried todayin the government of the United baggage. They identify themselves Paul W. McNutt a music grad- Florida Copies of tM documents may be obtained -

SAMUEL PROCTOR the cemetery on Sea Horse States until regularly exchanged "as refugees (named English) uate of the Northwest Nazarene 1IP to a lisp of two (2) sets. I"
University of Florida have been given permission to from Taylor County about 40 College, will sing a selection of Public the depositing Suwannee Fifty County DoDan.Housing("".00)Auth, a)fIt.t I t.

Key.The Confederate prize -James leave this place (Key West) in miles northeast of St. Marks try- religious music Friday Saturday, for each set of document so obtaine.Seth .!

JULY 20 The Federals report Battle and 600 bales of cotton arrived the fishing smack Welcome ing to get to the blockading ves- and Sunday at the Campgroundsthree General deposit Contractor will **making refunded a bona to es fit',.,

a skirmish with Confederateson in Key West today. She is and to proceed in her to Charlotte sels to evade conscription by the miles north of White SUWANNEE THE COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE'S, FLORIDA.IN COURTOF Md to the Loral Authority at the spec'-
the Wassasassa River today. Harbor without touching at any rebels." fled tim or recognised eirculariztr.:
described as "one of the large Springs. RE: The Estate of. .'..
According to their report, a fleet of blockade runners carry- other point, there to be landed." The commander of the U.S.S. CLIFFORD :MOCK.deceased. agency cations who and return other documents the plans- in spec iro.",

launch in charge of the chiefboatswain's steady and successful JULY 28 New Smyrna was Somerset at East Pass St.George's NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll condition within tea (10)) clays ft-
ing on a
mate from the UJS.S. attacked the creditors of the Estate of Clifford bid opeaing. For ech set of *" >n-
between Mobile and Ha- today by U. S. dispatch Sound, reports that the
trade :Mock deceased are hereby notifiedand in excess of two. deposit of Fifty C-
Fort Henry off Cedar Keys was vana. The Battle was the finest steamer Oleander, the health of his crew has rapidly required to file any claims or demands Ian (U'.H). will lie required. plus a
fitted out with ten days rations the Alabama River schooner Beauregard the U. S. improved, "since borrowing the Y which they may have against charge of Thirty-Five Dollars. ((115.00''
packet on said Estate in the office of the County to cover reproduction co U Subc>'r-
and ordered to "proceed off Bay- and was altered to suit her for a gunboat Sagamore and the seine of the Hudson," and "the Judge of Suwannee County. Florida in tractor and materiataen and yen der-tt,)
port, to keep out of sight during schooner Para. The Oleander alteration of their food. I am the Court House at Live Oak. Florida, may obtain the documents upon depor-
blockade runner at a large ex- ,
of Fifty Dollars ).
within six calendar months from the (3M.fO per set pill-'
daytime behind an island there, taking the Beauregard in tow to that but eight the .
pense. The Warren Fannie Wil- happy say are date of the first publication of this No- payment of Thirty-Fire Dollar..
and at nighttime to endeavor to" liam Bagley, W. H. Smith, Ala- crossed the bar and anchored today upon the list and at pres- tice; which is the 25th.. day of July. cost(SSS.MK All Pr documents set to cover shall reproducti.remain th,

intercept the blockade runners. bama, Alice Vivian, and St. close enough to shell the town. ent very few symptoms of scurvyare 1963.Each claim must be in writing and property of the Local Authority anal
In passing the Waccasassa River, Mary's are other vessels of the The Federals report the captureof apparent. Yet. I must return must state the place of residence and hall be returned to the Office of 1

the Federals noted "a large am- same class." Admiral Bailey says a sloop loaded with cotton anda the seine and then expect to seea post must office be sworn address to by of the the claimant claimant and his ef within bids.tea The 0.full day deposit after will the be open reft.red 1'1..'>.

ount of loose cotton floating in a report to Washington "The schooner. The Confederates ac_ relapse into their former state v agent or his attorney and must be filedin for.. each set of docnmenta return, !
that they duplicate it will become void ac- in so ad and usable condition but tr.. >
downstream. Thinking cording to this report, destroyed of health. I earnestly request, Thirty-Five
DeSoto is the only vessel I have cording to law. ($3500)) p8)m.
could make a "good cotton capture" with sufficient speed to overtake "several vessels, some of which therefore, enough fruit for a LILLIAN K. MOCK not made be to refunded.A cover .reproduction' coats v. ,

the boatswain's mate ordered any of these traders. I have stationed were loaded with cotton and week's serving be sent up to me Adminiatratrix Clifford Mock.of the deceased.Estateof certified check or bank draft t'a,

the group to pull up river. a vessel northwest of Tor- about ready to sail. They burned and I'think with my doctor, it qv.m 11.14 able Authority to the U.Sawannee 8. County Hou>t',.;

Suddenly as they approached a tugas in their track, and a week large quantities of it on shore, will have as good an effect as recruiting INVITATION FOR BIDS satisfactory bid Government bond executed Bondsa t'f>

narrow part of the river they never passes that she does not which we could not prevent." The in Key West. The Suwannee County Housing Authority the .bidder and acceptable sureties in nameust !
were fired upon from both banks Federals landed destroying all .! will receive bids for the furnishing equal to five per rent of i)r-'
sight some one of them. At the of all labor materials equipmentand shall he submitted with each bid
by about fifty or sixty rifles. Two time of the capture of the Battle buildings which had been occu- More than 6,200 alcoholics have services required to construct Low Bids shall beiD triplicate
Union soldiers were struck, one pied by troops. They were fired Alco- Rent Housing Projects No. Fla. 60-lA The successful I bidder will! be rE'Cj nnr! .'
another in sight to which been treated by the Florida W to famish and
was C and IB in Branford, Florida, until 29 pay for .*.tief.c'.nperfol1la&n
through the neck which killed the DeSoto gave chase. The Sun- upon "by a number of stragglers holic Rehabilitation Program o'clock P.M., RS.T. on August 20. 19(8 sad payment bond t. .
and the other concealed in (Tuesday), addressed to the Authority bonds.
instantly the
him bushes but .
its first
flower is also off Tortugas and since the ,agency opened in Branford Florida at which time and Attention is called to the fart tb, '
through the body and he died in has chased several, but in most there were no casualties. treatment facility in 1955. i PAULV.. McNUTT place all bids will be publicly opened not less than tile minimum salaries ..'
about a half hour. No one else JULY 29 A letter signed by wages set forth in the Specif icati.mu ",
cases they escape both these t be paid on these projects.
"materially hurt". The Un- several citizens from The
was cruisers by superior speed. I feel Loudon SMWMMC Coat! Housing A
started firing and the thorny reserves the right to reject ,'
ion men Tennessee to. Colonel E. A. Par- i
confident tha WhyAI all
tif the Departmentwill or bids sad to waive any inform, '
Confederates "decamped and in ry and published in the Knox- tie in the Mddte. *. i
send me two swift streamerslike
a few minutes the launch pulled ville Registar says that they were rUMtLY; y WOPPO,41UI No bid shall W withdrawn for n
the I
DeSoto can effectuallyput period of thirty (St) days subsequent i
out of range and returned along- a stop to this lucrative trade.I distressed over the departure of &a///ry >" of bios without the con., '

side at midnight." have directed that the cottonon the 1st Florida Cavalry, ColonelG. I of thorit The,.. Sawaanee' County Hcusini A t

JULY 21 Florida has received the Battle be sent north on Troup Maxwell, from the area. THE SUW ANNa COT'N V

an urgent request from the the General Cobb if the marshallcan During the three months that the MISCELLANEOUSVISIT FOR SALEFOR HOUSING BRANFORD AUTHORITY FLORIDA

Quartermaster General for a sup- make his arrangements with regiment was stationed at Loudon LITTLE ADS

ply of palmetto fans for the according to this letter "not By: L. D. O8TKEN
the SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -
Captain, and that the Battle BIG RESULTS ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. Executive Director
Richmond hospitals. All that can herself be sent to New Orleansfor one outrage has been perpetrated, Machine znachineless, and cold guaranteed not to leak 11-14

be furnished as a donation will be sale at the marshall's con- not a chicken or hog stolen, nor BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE wave permanents given. Ope- Ottis Brown Motors. cdjj tf IN_
thankfully received, and those fence burned, and the private the you will THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Whatever purpose
venience, she being particullarly rators Annie H. Mills Myr- IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY -
who require pay therefore will adapted to the carrying of plant- citizens could quietly retire to find Democrat classifieds do tice Croft and Frances John- FOR SALE-New and used pian FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
receive fair Fans their beds Frier Music Co. North Okie IN RE: The Estate of
a compensation. ation produce." scarcely deeming it the job quickly and well. son. Phone 362-1831. cajj tf os. ANNA ROBERTS.
should be sent in care of Edward necessary to lock their doors. Or- Ave.. Live Oak, 362-2188. Deceased.

Barnard, Quartermaster General, JULY 22 A boat from the der and peace reigned." This, the DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Septic tank and drain field cajj tf Notice Of Filing Petition For Final

Tallahassee who asks that they U.SJ5. Fort Henry in charge of letter says was in direct contrast 5:00 PJVL Tuesdays cleaning. Suwannee, Madison TO Discharge ALL WHOM Of' IT The:MAY Administrators CONCERN

not be delayed as they are "much Orderly Sergeant C. Nugent, with earlier Confederate troops and Hamilton Counties. Call J. Notice te hereby give* that we ha',>

needed by wounded and sick made a midnight reconnaissanceinto stationed there who were "guiltyof LOW RATE FOR RESULTS W. Darby, Jasper, after 6 p.m. WHILE THEY LAST ors filed of oar the final estate returns of Anna as Robert adminictiv d.'

Floridians." Bayport this evening. Nu not only trespassing upon private 3r cents per word, with a cabj tf 4 ft. Dixie Stepladder $3.49 ceased; ,that we have filed our Petit
Governor Milton again appealsto gent reports "the harbor clear of property but who also for final discharge and that we K 1
gave minimum of $1.00. apply to the Honorable Renee
sail of LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY With 5 ft. Dixie $3.98
kind. Stepladder
Floridians to volunteer their any short answers and even insultsto (All classifieds must be paidin County Judge of Suwanaee' Com,: ,
The U.s.s. Hendrick Hudson Dex-A-Diet. Full week's supply98c. Florida on July 31, 1>" for approf ,.-..
services for companies to be used the population of the surround_
advance.) 6 ft. Dixie Stepladder $4.98 the sane aDd final ,
made contact with the Port Cheek Drugs. paejj 44-17 discharge a* a Royal "
for Florida's defense. He says ing area. of the estate of Art
that his appeal of June 20 has at West Pass today and received The commander of the U.s.S. ONE WEEK FREE WANT TO BUY Good clean 7 ft. Duro Stepladder $6.98 Roberts, deceased.81 w. L ROBERTS

not been "as cheerfully and three Confederate deserters Hendrick Hudson presently at Classifieds ordered for five hay. Call 362-1421 A. P. Hurst. Administrator
from the 1st 8 ft. Duro Stepladder $7.98 81 A. O.
promptly responded to as I had Regiment Georgia Key West, reports that while near weeks run the last week free. pbjj 10-11 Administrator ROBERTS

hoped from a knowledge of your Regulars and a refugee. The Cape San Bias a few days ago $4.00 will pay for a 28 word THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. '-12

intelligence patriotism and cour- commander of the Hendrick Hud- 138 bales of cotton were -found advertisement for five weeks. 423 N.W. Howard St. _NOTICE

age to believe it would be. The son reports that all four "have strewn up and down the beach. Use Suwannee Democrat Classi- FARMERS make money.: It See takes money to Tel. 362-3075 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

safety and honor of the state taken the oath of allegiance." Evidently it was washed ashore fieds for Proven Results. tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. your coopera- cbej tf undersigned You wffl please Glynn take Duncan notice is that and F--
demands the services of not only JULY 24 The U. S. gunboat only a short time before. It is Terms up to 7 years. See been and will enrage. in a motor t<:

all liable to military duty, but Sagamore reports that it found thought that this is cotton from North Florida Production Credit FOR SALE Cypress tobacco hide nixing tire business sales, and recapping otherwise and deal soh t

every man and boy capable of eleven barrels of turpentine todayat the Confederate steamer that was HELP WANTEDShort Association S. Ohio Ave., sticks at mill, one mile southof motor vehicle tires and related lit "
Live Oak under the
bearing arms. Let none hesitate. Haul Over, thirteen miles chased on or about July 15 by the 362-2588 Florida cabe tf Madison on State Road 14. puny in Live name Oak of Live Florida Oak,Tire and t'
With one accord let all volun- north of Cape Canaveral. The U.s.s. R. R. Cuyler in the area order cook and"other kitchen Phone 973-6334 after 7 p.m. file a registration of said fir tit..., .'

tarily place themselves in mili- Confederates were planning to just west of the Cape. Trying to help. Apply Gold Leaf Restaurant GIRLIE RAGANS Madison name Florida as Statutes required 1901.by Section bas:; '

tary organizations as required place it on board a blockade run- escape the Confederate vessel Ohio and Howard, Fla. cfjj 6-11 dersigned.Said business is owned by the un-
shoulder to shoulder indicatingtheir threw overboard a part of her Phone 362-2214. caB tf MONUMENTSWe Dated this GLYNN July 9th l t-'
rights, for the protection of 27 In a statement issued cargo. FOR SALE Established small ,.]%

the women and children and for today Admiral Bailey an- JULY 30 A guard boat un- WANTED Kitchen help for tobacco have a complete line of herd of registered Polled Herefords IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD

season. Good wages plus monuments built to your speci- bred cows and heifers JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR

--- ,- bonus to those who work out fications and erected on your cows with calves, and bulls. SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
'f the season. Apply in person cemetery plot. Priced individually or all. T. A. MYRTLE EVELYN FERRARO DIVORCE

rt1 x.SE1 cbjj 10-11 Rowand and Son 362- Plaintiff.EDWARD .
Dixie Grill. Call or come by and see our phone .va-

I' wait- display at 416 E. Howard Street. 2360. cajj tf PAUL FERRARO., '
.. WANTED Two first class Defeadaat.NOTICE.
resses for tobacco season. An AUCTION SALE Saturday
opportunity for experienced JAMES B. DANIELS Aug. 10 at 1 pjn. at the Coliseum Address Ilf PAUL E. FEBfiARO Front Street

neat appearing girls who are Live Oak, Fla. Selling 70 % McGoire

1 1e .1 not afraid of work to make top FUNERAL HOMEcbej Durocs 20 bred gilts, 30 open You Plainfield are hereby New notified Jersey that
a Clltr.
-=- money during the busiest sea- tf gilts 20 boars. Write for plaint you and for Divorce has been filed .ainl\T\
you are
son in Live Oak's busiest res catalog. T. J. Haynes O'Brien, copy of your answer required or other to serve a
taurant. Apply in person Dix- Fla.. or Henry Gatrell, Fairfield to the Complaint on the At
LAND SURVEYS For land torney. G. A. Bale Jr.. Lake Cites ,
ie Grill. cbdg 10-11 Fla. cddh 10-13 Ma sad fOe the original answer
surveys in this area call Wayne other pleadings in the office fIr
of the
FOR SALE One child's Clerk of the Circuit
Chance phone 362-1104. 111 accor- Court on or before
HELP WANTEDMeat Wilbur St. pdjj 11-15 dion. Call 362-1972 or 362-2051. to the do*th'0 day, judgment of August by 1963.default If you will fai be)

R Grocery cajjtf taken against you for the
Cutters or relief demanded -

; 'GEmAL. Men Age 20-40 that like FOR SALE DONE in AND the ORDERED Campiafet. at Live Oak
Utility trailer
ELECTRIC to work, call AT STUD Florida this f th day of Jag I96..
G&H FOOD STORE metal pickup bed, good condition LAYAUGHN A. SS86IONS!
$45.00. Phone 362-1607. Clerk of Circuit Court
LAKE CITY. FLORIDA Merry Tarheel, dark bay Snwaaneo County, Florida
cf Jj 9-12 I registered walking horse cajj 11 (SEAL)
number 530922, son of Mer- FOR SALE Nice hound pup- Columbia County Courthouse
National publisher has openingfor Boy and the sire of beau- Lake CKy. Florida
ry pies. 7 weeks old. Cheap. W. A. Attorney for Plaintiff
FREEZER refined settled lady for tiful colts' Also at stud, Lisle, Route 5, Box 96D Live ,-]%

a I I telephone work in line own and home.be dark bay Cuban Walker Oak. Florida. pajj 11 NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
1 j Must have private stallion APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
flt able to devote a reasonable am- ABANDONED PROPERTY
week. Perm- Motor Rewinding Pursuant to Section II of Chai,''' f
of time each
H-Bar-W Ranch 717. Florida Statute, entitled "Florida
anent position with above aver- Disposition of Unclaimed Property An
earnings. Write, Rt. 1, Box 208-A notice la hereby given that the Pf"-
age commission Phone 362-2788 Repairs and Rewinding sons Hated below appear to be the oWr
giving qualifications to G. C. era of unclaimed personal or intangt1property >,
'- Any Kind Electric Motor .
presumed abandoned.
1 270 Peachtree Bldg.,
I Russell Also Sales and Service 2-W7-M1S. GABKDfS. CARL T()
home in
I would like to share
HLJGE13.2.CU..FT. cadd 11 my
Atlanta Ga. (24 East Duval, Live Oak. Florida
I with elderly CALL ,
Live Oak free some Inferrastkm concerning the am
A Christian white for McCuHera Electric Motor Repair or description of the Property art:
WANTED couple or lady a com-
e ,
I the name and address of the h I d-
woman to keep Nursery at the panion. Mrs. V. A. Wrede Rt. Telephone Day 362-3278 er may be obtained by any pe,
I Church Night 362- $26 sons possessing an interest fat the .
'II! a Advent Christian 1, Callahan Fla.. or see Rubyat pr' i
217 E. Howard St arty by addressing aa ....., to Ray i
I morning and evening services.If Ruby's Beauty Shop. Green State Comptroller aa Adm ,'
I t I interested call 362-1801, Pas- pbch 11-12 Hunter Bros. Building tratoi Abandoned Property DJMSK '
'r1 I i HANDY DOOR STORAGE- B. Melvin for interview cabe tf Capital, TaIIaU ee. Florida. Be e",,'
tor Nelson to mention account number, name and
in both freezer and refrigerator.TWO Agriculture uses 13 cent of .
; cajj 11 per address, as published ha this T>OM >
: VEGETABLE DRAWERS all the petroleum produced in the Unless proof of owaenUp i* presentedto _
For Sale-Automotive the holder by September %8. 11" .
I, hold 1/3 bushel each. United States, more than any the property will be delivered to tri
I I For Sale-Heal Estate other industry. Administrator. Thereafter al! f<,reclaims : '
MAGIC CORNER HINGESsave FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet must be directed to the Adm -

I save wasted door space at side. FOR SALE Two bedroom block Truck 6500 long wheel base I. is trator. RAY E. GREEN

house in Pinewood SubDivision. FOR RENT flat body, two-speed axle. Has As Administrator

s=sss ==ssst Low monthly payments and 6 new tires adn runs like new. 10-11
Ei ;ia ;etf: small equity. Contact Joe Brin- FOR RENT Three bedroom $1295. Contact Mrs. A. W. Pll- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING.
Mold $288 son. nc tf place with large living room. kenton 9632431. pdjj 11-14 NOTICE is hereby given that a F LF. !
Has finished wood floors, nice lie Bearing will be held by the w : ?
Ts 344W FOR SALE Three bedroom location. Can 362-2935 963- FOR SALE 1957 Rambler 4- Council of the City of Live Oak X .. ,.-I'":=..
or ,
ida in the Council Room, CKy Hall I f,.,.
frame house air conditioned 2743. cajj U door station wagon radio Oak. Florida oa Tuesday August J t_ .
ly any measure.... carport, utility room, tile bath automatic transmission. 19<8 at 7:1. P. M. for the purposeamending :1=
2 corner FOR RENT Furnished one- good condition, $695. 1955 Olds- Zoaiar Ordinance No 4);
tThere shower arid' turf, large from Zone R-1A; to Zone A. in order '
lots 2 years old. Engleside Sub- bedroom apartment; screened mobile 2-door hardtop radio that a State approved trailer park ma: :-'

is lhing"jiisl asgcxx; !General; Electric division. Call 362-3079. cajj U front porch, utility room, two and heater $295. Will trade property be installed: oa the foDowmg described

private entrances. Nicely finished Call 776-2282. pajj 11 Entire Block 74. Live Oak
FOR SALE New water front floors. Mrs. T. P. Delegal, AH interested property owners and
FOR BALE 1957 Plymouth citizens wHMs five' hundred (1M) feEt.
home sites protected anchor- 313 White Ave.JPhone 382-1767. of said property ..... have aa oppcrj j
KIRBY'Sw. age, speckled trout and red pajj 11 V-S heater, new tires. Good tnnity to bo heard at scab hearing
condition only $600 cash or Qty OwMafl
dock. Terms or
fish at
your Qty ., Live Oak Florida
cash. Alton O'Quinn owner FOR RENT Downstairs three best offer. Must sell by week $/Venu Heater, Pres.denr

; Steinhatchee Florid room apartment, private bath. end. Can 963-2165 for Fred I ATTEST

Howard St. Phe&e 362-2678 ;,.' .. .pdjj-11-15" '--:'"Call, -"362-2208.." -cajj- ,-U- Gaylard. pajj 11 t 1"11 Harvey W. Perry. City Clerk

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