Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
January 24, 1963
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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I OUT LOUD I Negro Man For

With Louie C. Wadsworth County Road Chief

Fingers crossed. Resisting ArrestA Stock Promotion Plan'Bedroom9

Negro man was shot throughthe
Reports indicate that the experimental Carroll Fired After 28 Years groin by Oscar McKnight,
dam erected recentlyon
colored city policeman, Saturday,
the Suwannee River near Su Service To Suwannee Jan. 12, after he had resisted arrest To Boost
wannee Springs is wurking. This CountyThe and attacked the officer. Moonshine Still Destroyed: In Wellborn Project

means the dam built to see if such
I'' barriers would ,raise the water Board of County Commisioners met Saturdayin The man was identified as Wes-
Livestock Income
ley Jones of Live Oak. Jones js r-i
level of the Suwannee looks at a heated session and fired Road Superintendent Har- /
still confined to the Suwannee .
this moment as if it will be suc vey Carroll, cut off his salary as of Jan. 19, and hired his 3 \
County Hospital.
cessful. successor, as of Jan. 21. Police Chief Elwood Howard By $5 Million

The temporary dam was builtto Commissioner :Marvin Horne made the motion to re- said the episode started when
determine if the water level I The board of Directors of
lieve Carroll of his duties. Com- Jones nearly struck policeman
could be raised and kept at a ,,. the Chamber of Commerce
missioner Curtis Humphries sec- Kenneth Allen who was flagging >, "
higher mark to permit further Live Oak Lake City Tuesday endorsed ambi-
onded the motion and Commis- traffic away from the flooded an

recreational of the famed use stream.of the upper part Set Pigskin ClashAn sioner Bill Bonds voted with the downtown areas after a heavy 6 tious livestock promotion

majority. rainstorm. Allen was standing at program that might well be
football team from
Many here see in a deeper adult
Board Chairman Laure B. Rob- the intersection of Howard Street
the to multimilliondollar
channel unlimited development Live Oak will clash with a squad key a
erson and Commissioner Lamar and Suwannee Avenue.
possibilities for that part of the from Lake City at Reeves Field injection into the
Hancock strongly protested the i According to Howard, Jones
river that forms the county line Saturday night. This is the second .p economy; of Suwannee Coun
action and registered their votes failed to heed Allen's signal and '
of Suwannee County on three game in a series. Lake City
against it. Hancock read a formal turned into Suwannee Avenue
sides. I think this premise is correct defeated the Live Oak eleven ty.The La-
statement expressing his oppo- heading north. Allen order the program, presented
r for we have never to my way 18-6 in the first contest.
sition to the measure into the Negro to stop but he ignored the mar Hancock, chairman of theChamber's ;
of thinking approached the tremendous The game is being sponsoredby F.Fs
board minutes.A command. Allen then shouted to Agricultural Committee -
potential this stream the Live Oak Shrine Club.'
statement by Commissioner McKnight, who was flagging traf- is designed to double the
has for this All the will to
area.I of
go '
Hancock appears on page eight.A fic a block away at Suwannee county's livestock production over
am told that inspectors will the Crippled Children's Hospital. -
delegation of approximatelynine Avenue and Conner Street, to ( a five year period. Hancock proposed
visit the dam site this week and .
the raise
appeared the Chamber
men stop the man.McKnight II that
rule on whether the structure put
board and appealed to the com- then attempted to .. $5,000 to support it this year.
is what is wanted.On .
up Frank missioners not to fire Carroll before stop Jones without success. Some- -- I Hancock said Suwannee's Mve-
the ,' "
planning boards are Sperring, the action was taken. time later, McKnight accosted I stock industry is a steeping giant.
other dams of like kind for other
The new road superintendent is Jones on "The Hill", a section on II II I He pointed out that the income

spots about on is the stream. Also dam talked in Funeral ServicesFuneral Marcus Smith. Smith attendedthe Howard Street, and the. two men If I from livestock in this county already -
a large and bigger
t meeting at which he was became engaged in a fracus. The II exceeds the total tobeeo
the of Ellaville.It .
vicinity services for Mr. Frank hired to succeed Carroll.In chief said that McKnight told f market and noted that much of
could well be that much of
this Sperring, 73, were conducted other action, the board approved him that Jones reached into his the beef and pork raised was used
a result county's of successful future river come improvement as- Tuesday in the Live Oak Chris- a resolution to be sent to pocket, appearing to grab a wea- I on the farm while all of the tobacco -

tian Church with Rev. Spivey the State Road Department pro- pon of some sort. McKnight then h was sold.

for the potential Brabham officiating. Burial followed testing the deplorable conditionson drew his gun and fired at the I "We are missing the boat,"

seems unlimited and the possibilities : in the City Cemetery.Mr. Highway 90 In the City of Live man's feet. ",, Hancock said. "We can no longer
almost .
it is beyond with comprehension.Thus crossed Sperring died Sunday following Oak. The resolution will be sent Jones, ignoring the warning rely on tobacco. Our future fc in

await the fingerswe a lengthy illness. He was to the city council for their en- shot, attacked McKnight and received livestock."
experts' opinion 1
whether the experimental dam on is born in Suwannee County, living dorsement.The a painful wound in the Y 'I' Fund Raising Committee

workable. here his entire life. He was a board also resolved to request groin for his aggressiveness. After the presentation the directors -

Veteran of WWI and retired from Sen. Houston Roberts and Howard said he investigated the voted unanimously to endorse -

the U. S. Army. He owned and Rep. Leon McDonald to initiate circumstances personally and reported the project. S. T. McDowell, t

I operated the Sperring Key Shop legislation to provide the com- his findings to a committee president of the Chamber, appointed -
i \ Levies Top left: Sheriff Hugh Lewis gives instructions for destroying
Mayor prior to his death. Mr. Sperringwas missioners with a $300 per year of the City Council. Lamar Hancock to head

a member of the American car allowance. Mayor J. Marvin Phillips said giant moonshine still. Lower left: Sour mash flows freely from a a committee for securing pied**

c Legion. County Agent Paul Crews appeared the committee confirmed that hole punctured in the side of the stillpot. Upper right: Liquid for the proposed funds.

Writing Penalty Survivors include his wife, Mrs. before the board and requested McKnight had no other alternative mash turns to froth and boils out the bedroom door. Lower right; The directors agreed the p**-

Mamie Mickler Sperring of Live that wood shavings be and fired his weapon in the : Deputy Curtis Harrell and Constable Alvo Curl stand on the back gram should be conducted on a

On County YouthMayor Oak; three sisters, Mrs. Annie placed in the buildings' designated line of duty.Lions porch:as the mash,runs down.thfr steps and floods the back yard. continuing, five-year bata to
Helvinston of Live Oak, :Mrs. Cora to house pigs at the feeder pig' achieve the best result -

J. Marvin Phillips trieda Davis of St. Petersburg, and Mrs. sale at the Coliseum. The com- The fund-raising coroflrfttee waft

new angle in City Court Mondayto Hadie Newman of Jacksonville. mission approved the measure.. Club Hears For Re-Accreditation requested to report its rewrite to

punish a traffic violator. Active pallbearers were Louie C. The commissioners drew up a' the Chamber at its next meeting

The mayor sentenced a 16yearold Wadsworth, M. J. Kirby, Jack resolution honoring the late El- at which time the final draft win

Suwannee youth to write "All Garrett, Clarence Weathersby, bert W. Trussell for his years of Welfare DirectorAt P-TA Committees Make Plans be completed.

traffic laws are made to be obeyedfor Harvey Carroll, and George Har- dedicated public service to the Livestock vs Tobacco

the safety of the public" 100 mony. county. the Lions Club meeting Using a series of charts County

times and submit it to the court Honorary pallbearers were Tom Tuesday evening, District Director To Survey School FacilitiesTen Agent Paul Crews compared the

before next Monday. Cheek, T. H. Burns, Dallas Bland, Donald A. Nelson of the State J current status and potential, of

The youth was charged with Bill Beverley, Lloyd Googe, Ther-i Flood To Head Welfare Department, was guest school survey committees livestock vs tobacco.

making an illegal turn. He explained on Bass, Laddie Robinson, and speaker. appointed by the Parent-Teachers 3,100 Feeder Pigs The charts showed that tobacco
to the mayor that he was Marvin Alderman. Nelson outlined the make up of Association Jan. 14, by P-TA I allotments in the county were

not aware that making a U-turn James B. Daniels Funeral Home First FederalThe the welfare districts in the sixty- President M. R. Zinober, will con- Slated For Sale I fixed at 1,513 with 3,959 acres

under a traffic light in a congested was in charge.Extension. seven counties of Florida. He stated duct a survey of the physical faci- The graded feeder pig sale to : under cultivation In 1962, the
shareholders of First Fed- that the state was divided lities of the schools beginning this
area was against the law. be held in the Coliseum tonight average yield per acre netted 2,146
The youth performed his about- eral Savings and Loan Associationof into twelve districts. The districtsare week. (Thursday) has been proven to pounds, sold for 56 cents per
Service Live Oak held their annual set up according to population.In The purpose of the survey is to
face at the intersection of Howard be a tremendous success even pound and grossed a total income
Street and Ohio Avenue. meeting Wednesday, Jan. 16, and this district of which he is the determine what improvements before the event occurs. of $4.7 million.
elected a new slate of officers. director, there are nine counties will be necessary to assure Su-
The mayor declined to fine or Names UF Grad County Agent Paul Crews reported Crews pointed out that tobacco
charge the youth with court costs They are John S. Flood, presi- involved. In each county there are wannee High School of passingthe that more than 3,100 production hit its peak in 1902.

because of his previously unblem- dent; Wallace S. Townsend, vice appointed two people to form the re-accreditation evaluationsto feeder pigs have been logged for In addition, he said that if MH-

ished driving record and fine Assistant AgentThe president; Alfred T. Airth, secre- administrative body of the district be held in the fall. the sale as of Tuesday. lIe said 30, chemical sucker control, fe

school achievements.In tary and counsel; Daniel F. Chan- and to help carry on the Dr. Zinober pointed out that the Florida farmers as far north as banned it will reduce the tobacco
dler, treasurer; and D. V. GiddensJr. program of the department. following standards were not set
other action the court found Extension Service has Pensacola have registered their income by a million defers.

Cubit Johnson, colored, guilty of named Willie E. Maughan of Hot .. executive vice president. Nelson stated that the Welfare up by members of the P-TA, but pigs for the auction. (No. 3 Continued on Page 8))

reckless driving and resisting arrest Springs, Ark., to assume the duties Since its opening on Feb. 19, Department had three aims in the are standards set by the Southern

and fined him $15 and $2 cost. of Associate County Agent 1962, the institution has grown program. I-To help the needy, Association of Colleges and Sec-

The arresting officer said he Howard Smith. from an initial capital investmentof 2-To help people to rise to a ondary Schools. This organization At Kiwanis Luncheon

pulled Johnson over to the side of $250,000 to a savings capital in higher standard of living, and which will send an evaluation.

excess of $925,000. In addition, 3-To cooperate with private committee to Suwannee High
the road and asked to see his FBI Agent Charges Americans
driver's license. The officer testi- t, mortgage loans of more than businesses and individuals in promoting School to determine whether or

fied that Johnson declared he did M -$640,000 have been closed. the welfare policies of the not the school should be re-ac-
On June 30, 1962, after four Lack Patriotism
department. credited.
not intend to show his license, go Slaps GamblingA
to jail, or post bond. and one-half months of operation, Welfare, Nelson stated, is now The survey groups will check ,

The officer said he had con- the Association paid over four per big business. Recently, in one the high school's facilities, determining special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation -

siderable difficutly searching cent in dividends to its investors.The month, 115,000 persons were paida where deficiencies exist told the Kiwanians Jan.
Wednesday, 16, "this k not
Johnson and added that the Ne- four and a quarter per cent sum of 6000000. In his district and make recommendations to "
the America had 15
dividend was also paid in Decem- we years ago.
had been Nelson stated, the figuresNo. proper authorities for adhering to
gro drinking. ..
ber. Ken Whittaker assistant in charge of
the Bureau'sJacksonville
( 4 Continued .
"I had drunk a quart of beer" on Page 8)) re-accreditation standards.The

Johnson told the mayor "but no Space Committee will office, said the American character is changing. --

whiskey. I don't drink whiskey." i'x. 260 Contracts Sold check to see if space in the schoolis He explained that 15 years

"It must have been some power- i adequate for present educational ago citizens were willing to help

ful beer to make you,act like that, I needs, future expansion, and the FBI without question or hesi- Fuqua Introduces

Cubit,'\Mayor Phillips replied. Cable Television Firm 'Hooks Up'Homes class enrollments. tation.

Another Negro, Otis Murray of Locker and storage space will Now, people refuse to aid the Tobacco

Live Oak. plead guilty to being Has also be studied. Mr. and Mrs. Bureau in keeping tabs on Communist ProposalCongressman

Permit DifficultiesCable Wallace Townsend chairmanand activities In this countryand
drunk in the City of Live Oak. He are Den FuqiHt, Ninth
,was fined $15 and $2 costs. co-chairman of this commit- the movements of potential
Congressional District
of Ptorkte
Bonds forfeited to the city am- I TVs operation "hookup"hi In addition, the company will saboteurs, Whittaker said. ,
tee.Mrs. was named by the House of
ounted to $172 from nine differ- I Live Oak is in full swing.L. soon be equipped to furnish to its G. B. McLean Jr.. health In addition, the special agent to the Science Representatives -
ent N J. Duncan, president of the customers Channel 5, the educa- chairman Safety ChairmanBill < and
cases eight of them traffic and continued, Americans are becom- Astronautics (Space)
violations. cable television firm, said that 260 tional station in Gainesville, Dun- Roper, will survey current ing reluctant to testify against last week.

WILLIE E. MAUGHAN contracts for the service had been can said. space for physical and health examinations known criminals. "The people
Fuqua former
sold and these being tied in County
were Most Have Permits and determine whether -
just don't want to involved"
get ,
Fuqua To Serve As Maughan will be an assistant to the cable system as fast as pos- State Representative, was elected
Jack Barrett, local manager of this is adequate. In addition, !he asserted.
to the
He will work with newly created district
Two-State Whip county agent. sible.Duncan the firm, said one reason for delay they will find out whether the Whittaker said the military last November. pert
the various communities in the wac recommended
said the "will -
company is the requirement for permitsto school has office
Congressmen nurse a private recognized this problem and installed for the
from Florida county and steering committees be post by the F'I'<<-
shooting for about 1,000 cus-
be secured before
and Alabama installing the if there is a first-aid room or infirmary a special course in patrio- ida Democratic
unanimously toward improvement. tomers in Live Oak". This would delegation that J is
cable along streets and rail rights- cots beds where there
named Don or tism in its training program. After vitally Interested
Fuqua Democrat In
Smith will work with an eight- extend the service to approxi- of-way. fag expanding _
are provisions to isolate immedi-
the disasterous experiences the
from the Ninth
Congressional county area with Live Oak as his mately 70 per cent of the homesin space industry in Florida
said past-due permits: ately students of
District in carry- Army had with soldiers who were Fuqua Introduced
Florida to his
serve as is first
home county. This position one the city. two
Democratic Whip for the two from the State Road Department ing contagious diseases, and if like putty in the hands of the bills last week. One of them
of three such field posts operatedby The company's locatedon would
tower allowing the company to use there are provisions for sanitary communists something had to be
state zone in caucus in Washington provide for the extension
the Extension Service. far
Sugar Hill about two miles out another -
rights-of-way has caused a hold- dish in the cafeteria.
washing done. The men who turned traitorto
D. C., this week. two years of the
Maughan retired from the Na- of town on the White Springs lease and
in installing ''the cable
up along items will be
Safety studied.
their country ,during the Korean transfer
Fuqua will assist Majority vy in 1959 where he was an Aviation Road has been connected to the Ohio Helvenston of tobacco alIo# eM.s.. It
Avenue Street, Among those on the"check list War lacked of
a knowledge
would allow
Whip Hale Bom of Louisiana Chief Machinest. After his downtown area by an intricate the lease of smaB tacreages
In his duties of keeping tabs and the Mayo Road. He added are fire extinguishers wastepaperand what they were supposed to be and their
on retirement the 43-year-old Hot network of coaxial cable and am- eonsoBdaifea
that the Seaboard Airline Railroad trash
legislation disposal and obstruc- fighting for, he added. into
and the prospectivevotes economically sound plots
native entered the Uni-
Springs plifiers. The effort has been cm a
had not yet granted the tions and hazards to students.All "When have to Instill -
of the Democratic Congressmen versity of Florida where he gradu- fruitful. you patriotism year-to-year basis.
company a permit to cross its building exit doors will be are in bad shape," The other
in the two states. you bill deals with
ated in December of 1962 with abachelor's Four strong, clear channels are defin
railroad with the cable for install-
checked to determine whether
Whittaker asserted.
Fuqua who was sworn into degree in agriculture. ing peanuts to be used in the
into the
beaming city via the
ations the north side of town.
the Congress last on they open outward and are equip- The speaker paused. USDA acreage
Wednesday controls
Maughan has been resident of
a cable. program.
They are Channels and 12
at 29 is the youngest of the J. S. Laird secretarytreasurerof ped with panic hardware.The Praises: Kiwanians This bill would
Florida since 1941. He and his continue to
in Jacksonville, Channel 6 in Tallahassee or"Live exempt
Cable TV Oak pointedout Buildings Committee under "It something when
Democratic Congressmen In men from
family now reside at 1005 South acreage oontroU(
Bath Con&test. Avenue. and Channel- 10 in Al- that a resident engineer with Chairman Mahone Rees, will like yourselves assemble in a used for bong or swine peanuts

Ohio bany. (No. 1 Continued on Page 8)) (No. 2 Continued on Page 8) (No. 5 Continued on Pare 8)) feeding.tyt .

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\% THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Mechanization In Snow-Bound Suburbia


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The Heart Of The Swcannee River Valley" ,/ Mow MIXH DO WucHr o
BANNER Consolidated LEADER gulluB,
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 ASUOWOFFf
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street

f Louie Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher FrontBy

Frank Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor 6-

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor Public Is Besieged By Con Artists

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising ManagerSecond Recent disclosures in Bradford enough to pay the postage on the By
i Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida .S .n .,.?., .. and adjoining counties of mal- material they mailed. E.

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 practices in the home repair and Lonely Hearts: A man and a ConnerFlorida's

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 construction industry that are woman who operated a lonely
Nraa's S0T71iEN WITH causing oldsters and others to hearts club corresponded with experience in agricul-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance 'QQ T vAOBpeLY&T PLAYTOY NRMtK'f MEU. lase their property through mort- persons in 25 states and by meansof tural production is o; considerable

gage foreclosures are apparentlyonly false pretenses and misrepre- interest to officials of some African
Florida Press Association / one phase of a manysidedevil sentations, including promises of countries who are concerned

4 /SUWANNEE that is bilking the U. S. pub- marriage, obtained a total of with crop and livestock improve
r 7;"" a MEMBER OF ( COUNTY lic of billions annually.A thousands of dollars. ment.

o" '' o SUWANNEE COUNTY UHAMBER, yj r ; ',i riL .eE suDTa LEND U. S. Senator recently declared Beauty Treatment: A self- Some weeks ago I reported in

COMMERCt t .. r,-L HIM AGOOD+OME TESTING SNov AND itai that the nation's old folks styled beauty scientist was arrested this column on the visit to my office -
Chamberc of Commerce lltU pRBA. are being exploited to the tune of on charges of peddling an of the assistant Minister of

a billion annually through medi- allegedly dangerous facial reju- Agriculture for Animal Industryin

cal fraud and quackery. Arthritis venation treatment. Postal inspectors Uganda. He told me he gained
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Support Higher EducationOne e r r- sufferers alone spend more than estimated that approximately I much valuable information on our
$250 million a year on misrepre- a million dollars was paid I state which he believed would be
of the most and indeed the most
perplexing, sented drugs, treatments, and devices by 500 subscribers to the treat- of great assistance in developing
serious problems confronting this state is where do we go the senator said. He esti- ment. Some of them later filed animal agriculture in his native
from here in higher education and how mated the total cost of "unneces- disfigurement suits. land.

Florida's higher education program has lagged so sary or dangerous medication" at Knitting and Sewing Machine Incidentally, I suspect it was he
far behind the needs and growth of the state that it now probably in excess of a billion promotions: Thousands of house- who supplied samples of canned

finds itself backed into a lonesome corner and forced to dollars every years. wives have been victimized by hippopotamus meat for testing in .
buy its way out. It Happened In In addition to these are the promoters of this scheme who induce .I the U. S. A recent news report

And the price is astronomical.The widespread mail fraud crooks who them to purchase machinesat mentioned that product as one
do exorbitant prices ranging up to which Uganda is for
not hesitate to cheat a crip- promoting
biennial budget proposal submitted to the State
Suwannee pled shut-in, or a widow strug- $500 upon representations that export.
Cabinet by the Board of Control the scales at $248 County
tipped gling for existence for herself they could supplement their incomes Another recent visitor to our
million. It provides $145 million for operating the state'suniversities and family. while working at home Department in Tallahassee was

(a $54 million increase over the current bien- Some of the most common of through the sale of garments. The from Ghana, a small country on

nium budget) and $103 million for proposed building r ; these include fake charities, mail promoter promises to purchasethe the southern coast of West Africa
projects. 1923 1938 1953 order insurance rackets home repair garments at a substantial where it budges into the Atlantic.It .

These buildings would relieve the housing pressure schemes, real estate promo- profit. Many pay for the machinesand is bounded by Ivory Coast on
:1 tions, vending and knitting ma- lose their victims execute the west.Upper Volta to the north
applied enrollments and for :
ever-increasing provide :
chattel mortgages to for the
.. From The Files Of The chine swindles, work-at-home pay and Togo on the east.
additional educational facilities. The increase in
opera- schemes of various types and machines and lose their house- D. R. Goodrich recently retired
tonal funds would be used to expand faculty and staff and ?;::: SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT medical cure-ails, including fake hold possessions when the expect_ from government service in Gha-

grant long-overdue raises ranging up to 21 per cent to put "" I remedies for cancer tuberculosis, ed incomes does not materialize.The na after 10 years with the Min-

the state in a competitive position to attract and hold top and arthritis. old "Spanish prisoner" istry of Agriculture, was seeking

educators.The Forty Years Ago - 1923 Postmaster General J. Edward swindle still pops up about every information that would be helpfulin
Day said recently that thousandsof 18 months, and has been practiced boosting Ghana's production of
Board of Control that only $45 millionof
proposes The stockholders' meeting of j fought from start to finish, neither in this country for 300 food
sharpies annually hundredsof yearsor crops.
the $103 million sought for buildings be provided from the in pry
Commercial Bank was held side being sure of victory until millions of dollars out of a more. In its latest version, air "What you're doing in Floridaon
general revenues. The Board would borrow the remain- the office of the bank Thursdayand 1 the final whistle. gullible and unsuspecting American mail letters are sent out from production of peanuts and
ing $58 million by issuing certificates. Such nine men were elected direc-
revenue a public through worthless get- some city in Mexico or elsewhere corn confirms my belief we can do
proposed loan for university buildings just a few years tors of the institution for the Class No. 2 of Pine Level Sun- well-quick schemes.In in Latin America (they used to as well in Ghana," he said. He's

ago would have been treated as a pipe dream.If coming year. day School with Mary A. Howes, one Louisiana operation originate in Spain) to a select a Canadian and hopes to returnto
all or a major portion of these proposals were I They are J. R. Anthony, J. B. teacher, has organized and elected called the Scientific Life X-ray list of dentists physicians, law- Ghana soon and work again in
Johnson .
George F. Allison, L. S.Hanard
adopted, the result would boost Florida into the the following officers: Lillie Mae Service, the public paid an estimated yers, or other professional men agriculture.
Dr. J. M. Price, Dr. J. W. .
who might be to have *
Carmichael. president Winnie $25,000 for voodoo -
echelon of higher education where it belongs.Dr. West. C. W. Rogers. D. K. Clip- ; powders
Clark, vice president; Elmina Carmichael and oils. Postal inspectorshad considerable reserve cash. Peanut production in Ghana
Ralph W. McDonald Washington, who heads pinger, and J. R. Perry.
The signer himselfas
secretary; Lavera Mose- trouble lining up witnesses represents currently is averaging only about
the state's space era education study, pointed out thatFlorida's Officers elected were J. R. Per- an ex-banker, who has beenunjustly
I j ley, treasurer; and Theodore Ag- because the victims believed that 500 pounds per acre, Goodrich
major present handicap is the fact that it ranks ry, president; George F. Allison, ner, reporter. the promoters would "hex" themif jailed. He writes thatbefore said but their experiment station

40th among the states in per capita expenditure for higher vice president; W. T. Adams, they testified. he was arrested he hid got as high as 2,000 pounds per

education. Such a paltry investment in the future by tant cashier; and M. R. Roberts, assis- The following, picked at ran- away a trunk full of valuables- acre. Their corn crops are averaging
the second fastest-growing state in the union is appalling. cashier. The Woman's Club has set the dom from the inspection service's $300,000 is the usual valuation. about 10 to 15 bushels to the
payment in full of its mortgageas files, demonstrate the variety of Help him bribe his way out of !
Education in Florida is
being short-changed in time thatit
a Suwannee High School split a the acre.Reasons
goal for this year's work prison the writer and hell
ill afford it. cases that pop up from day to says for low production are
can doubleheader basketball game and with the payment of $530.10by day: split the contents of the trunk the same as those in other
Governor Bryant has warned that Florda trails so with Columbia High here last Fri- the treasurer Mrs. B. W. Hel- Shut-in victims: the promoterhad with you just send the bribe under-developed countries many _

H far behind in its educational effort that "every penny we day night. The Suwannee boys venston, and the president, Mrs. a scheme he advertised as money fast. It seems next to im primitive agricultural methods
have must achieve maximum results." won 26-5 while the Lake City sex- H. M. Strickland, Tuesday, the possible that would fall
This theory of paying up to $162 a week for addressing anyone and lack of modern equipment,
tet nosed out the local lasses 13-8. debt has been reduced from $1,500to ) for this line but the
achieving maximum results with limited resources lies envelopes. Victims sent very fact fertilizers and pesticides.
behind installing the controversal trimester system in The girls' game was hard- 1000. $10 each (in some cases $16) and that the scheme still persists Ghana is about 500 miles long

-- state universities, a desperate measure designed to econo- Ttcent '.Five Years Ago received several pages of instruc would indicate- that it pays off, (north to south) and 300 miles
- 1938
mize through mass production. But quality education tions without value. This promoter well.Postal wide, with a population of 7 mil
cannot be manufactured Now on the high seas and destined : the request of laymen of the eventually got three years in officials have a specialcontempt lion, all natives with the excep-
by assembly-line techniques. for Live Oak is a cargo of group. prison. for those who practicethe tion of a very small number of
What Florida needs, then, is to catch up. And it 500 tons of Indian hemp. The raw Mail order deal: One Califor old mail-after-death fraud. whites. Most whites are engaged

needs to catch up right now. Lip service to education in hemp is being shipped here for Roy Hunter has established an nia promoter was convicted of inducing These operators watch for obitu in business of one kind or another

this state in past years has produced such a case of chronic processing by the Plant Repro- office in his drug store here to 53 victims to give him aries and then quickly send out and their stay in the country is

enemia that it is too late to contemplate a long-range duction Corporation at its plant transact business of the State $41,000 for contracts to start their C. O. D. packages, addressed to limited to 6 months at any one

east; of Live Oak. Board of Pharmacy of 'which he own mail order businesses. The thre deceased. Sorrowful survi time.Goodrich

cure.Each biennium educators have requested increased The ship will dock at Savannah, was recently named secretary. victims were promised fabulous vors will often reason that it is described how the

snowballing enrollments and Ga., sometime next month and profits if they would invest $550to some article the deceased order continuity of one business operation -
competitive teacher salaries. the hemp will then be shipped to ed and is obligated to pay for, is maintained
And each Radio listeners throughout this $1,200, but none of them made I : it is operated
biennium the legislature, cabinet, budget com- eand shell out needed dollars for
Live Oak. section of the country heard th by three brothers, who take turnson
mission and other state agencies have skilfully wielded story of Branford over WRUF radio some worthless package. a tour of duty lasting four to
their paring knives to slash away the hopes of higher ed- Rotarians heard a splendid tri- Friday evening at 6:15 o'clock. drilling process here for a con The list of schemes could goon six months and thus get around
ucation to stay abreast of the times. bute by Sid Hinley to a late char The program was prepared by siderable length of time will be ad infinitum, and even then the limited residence permitted to

But the blame for this unhappy situation cannot be ter; member and secretary emeri- Mrs. H. F. George of the Bran- nounced tried this at week City, Hall a spokesman an the schemers would come up with individuals.

placed on elected or appointed officials. The burden of tus, Chap Tedder, at their regular ford Chamber of Commerce. Plans for the yesterday.of something new tomorrow. Thee Ghana's principal crop is cocoa.
use acid
session Monday. only way for this type of opera The country produces about 340,-
responsibility fall squarely on the shoulders of the citi- being completed the
by consultingengineers tion to
zens of this state Hinley praised the part playedby Clerk J. L. McMullen conductedhis entirely is for 000 pounds of cocoa beans annually -
who violently protest increased taxes Chap Tedder in forming the fourth auction sale of tax cer Wednesday. It was expected the intended victim to be always; about half the world's
that proportionately have risen less than the price of Live Oak Rotary Club. He cited tificates this month. Monday. that work would commence on the alert and to refuse to have total output. But a big increase in
soap and toothpaste.Higher the many years of faithful work Thirty-six certificates were sold either the latter part of this weekor business dealings with anyone food crops production is badly

education in Florida is an expensive proposi- devoted to the betterment of the and 380 acres of land in additionto the first of next week. with whom he is not acquainted. needed there. The scant suppliesof

tion, and it will become more costly in the immediate club by the deceased member. 15 town lots were returned to Monticello Make this one of your resolutions corn are absorbed for human

years to come. Each year a greater percentage of the the tax rolls.Organization. the Suwannee boys High and School girls took for 1963 and save those hard- food, so it is too expensive for

state's high school graduates enter its universities. Con- Students at the local high into camp here Friday,cageteams the earned dollars that someone maybe livestock feed. This situation and

sequently, the operating expenses of education has in- school are being offered a Bible of a Junior Cham boys by a slim margin and the get scheming from- even now to the tse-tse fly limit growth of a
creased at study course through the local ber of Commerce in Live Oak was girls by away you. prosperous cattle industry.
a more rapid pace than corresponding a whopping score. -Bradford
revenues. Ministerial Alliance cooperatingwith perfected at a meeting Thursday County Telegraph (Continued On Pace 7))
Board of Control's proposed budget if acceptedwill school authorities and the night in Blue's Lodge. The body ---

give higher education the surge it has long needed. Parent-Teachers Association.The met again last night to draw up
If the surge is to bear the fruit of steady progress, how plans for the year's work.G. CUT YOUR TOBACCO HARVESTING COST WITH

ever, a pay-as-we-go program based on the state's citizens local cage teams met defeatin Warren Sanchez was named
meeting their president of the with THE BRANTFORD LOOPER
responsibilities now must be instituted. three games during the past group
The stakes are high. And the citizens Thomas H. Radford elected first
of this state week, all by large scores. The
can scarcely afford not to pay the price whatever the Bulldogs bowed to Lake Butler vice president and V K. Buck

cost if Florida is to continue to move ahead in the com and Gainesville, and the Suwan- was second elected vice president. and Ford Kalil
ing years. nee lassies last to Lake Butler in secretary Irving
Right now our university system rests uncomfortably their only engagement.

between the gateway to a challenge and the brink of Another new concern was addedto

mediocrity. We must resolve this crisis, or the next gen Kiwanians set aside their pro- Live Oak Saturday when El-
eration will inherit our folly. gram time Friday for a spiritualmessage ton's Dress Shop opened for business -

brought by Rev. Karl H. in the site formerly occupied
Koestline. secretary of the club, at by .S. J. White and Son.

A Leap Toward
Ten Years
- 1953nee
experimental dam currently under construction
at Suwannee Springs could have Lehman B. Fletcher of McAlpin, Countians in the case.
a far-reaching effect on
the junior in the University of Florida
economy of this area. .
College of Agriculture this week
Right Reverend Frank A. Juhan,
John C. Camp of Jasper, chairman of the Suwannee received the freshman-sophomore Guaranteed 12 Month Will
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese Not Exceed 1% Fallout During
River Authority, has pointed out that if award for scholarship, leadership Provided
successful, the of Florida, preached at the 11 ajn. Twine As Specified Is Used.
dam "could kick off increased development the entire and character presented by AlphaZeta service and administered the

length of the Suwannee River by opening the stream to honorary agricultural fraternity Apostolic Rite of Confirmation at The Brantford Looper is the only machine on the market that has a variable

small boat navigation as far as White Springs." at the University. St. Luke's Episcopal Church here speed control to meet all picking conditions. It can run 1 to 6 sticks per min-

Right now the water level is too low for pleasure Sunday.W. ute. It is the only machine on the market with controls that can be mounted

boating on the upper Suwannee during most of the Circuit Judge Hal W. Adams either side making possible to run this machine either right or left handed on
Engineers feel this dam year. Saturday sentenced Ruby McCol- C. Airth was named Senior With the Brantford Looper you save on kiln cost it is
will raise the water level high lum, 34-year-old Live Oak Ne Warden as easily convertible to a
enough to allow navigation. This would bridge the natural gress, to the electric chair for the in St. Luke's- top Episcopal layman's Church post -at strip conveyor. You will find that you reduce curing time and improve the

stumbling block of low water levels and expose the fatal shooting of Dr. C. LeRoy a parish meeting here Saturday

Suwannee River to a new challenge in the growth and Adams in his office here.Aug. 3. night. Appointed to serve with SUWANNEE COUNTY DEALERS

development of its potential. The sentence was mandatoryunder him as Junior Warden was Thorn TELEPHONE

If this project is successful if the Suwannee Florida law for the verdict as L. Turnage.
will 1
"hold water" of first decree, murder without arecommendation THERON HINGSON
of flowing through subterranean SPring 6-2505
for which
stream.caves Engineers then big plans are in store for the historic was returned by a jury mercy of Suwan- Oak Chemical well which treatment has been on the in Live the JAMES HINGSON SPring 62503FOreat

will experiment with the temperamental -
river at all levels up to 45 feet above sea level. These J. L. HINGSON 2-2855
are progressive
steps toward
From these developing this
experiments, they will determine whether area's
or not it would! be possible to erect many potentials. We applaud this forward-look MACHINE ON DISPLAY ATHINGSON'S
one large dam
pos- ing program by the Suwannee River Authority. The
sibly at Ellayille. If thIS.IS not feasible, a series of smaller who men WELDING and
dams at various points serve on agency are to be commended and en' METAL WORKS
equipped with
locks can be the citizens of this
constructed. ; area for their contribu' East Conner Street FOrest
t. ... .. :tions to progress. '-- 22855t
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Social Security Answers "' FOR. AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smlthv I .
. ))1 I Beachville 1

.' Is It Right For Girl To Flirt? _. :i M
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If II (Editor's Note: These questions Is this true? .- -' were saying things about you that Mrs. Ina Hart of Dowling Park Mrs. M. M. TidweU and Mrs.
:l. answers are compiled by Wil- ANSWER: It might be. Pay- >;; were not true, they are not was guest speaker here Sunday W. H. Tidwell and son, John,
rand M. Eanes, District Manager ments to your family would depend WHEN A triRL friends.Before the break-up,when and we enjoyed her very much went to Gainesville Monday where
the Social Security Administration on the credits you have under ,1 % S RIRrsBuT ? they were saying these things, and we were glad to have a number Mrs. W. H. TidweU's daughter.
i j/} at Valdosta. Eanes invites Social Security. If your family WRONG FOR HIM you should have managed to get of visitors. Mrs. C. V. Tenney, Mrs. Otto Townsend, will undergo
readers to mail their questions to had your records and paid up the l them; and the girl together and also of Dowling Park, come with surgery in the Alachua General
1 him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta back due amounts, chances are ask them to tell the truth. If they Mrs. Hart.Relatives. Hospital. We trust she will soon
Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries good that they would get pay- ; were untruthful under these circumstances and friends gave a be much better.
to this paper.) ments. Why take this chance? you can be sure they this surprise birthday dinner at the Mr and Mrs. Ovedie Hurst
are not friends. We say
1 QUESTION: My last check What if you become disabled? because your boys sometimes considerit church Sunday honoring the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
showed that they took out more You probably would not have I o'F "fun" to stir up trouble between eighty-sixth birthday of T. F. lie Odom Sunday and attended
for Social Security. How much did enough credit to get disability ; "steadies"-but they will usually Beach the eighty-third of Mrs. T. church services.Deadline.
this tax go up? payments for yourself and your admit they were just having fun F. Beach and the fifty-second of .
ANSWER: The increase is one- family. When you owe Social Se- 00 when the chips are down. O. D. Beach as there were only
curity as a self-employed aoao four days difference in their birth Nears
half of one per cent on wages. As to the matter of flirting, we
The rate is now 3-5/8% on the it is safer and cheaper to pay up I. .. -- 00 think you would be wise to forget date. A joint celebration was held
what than ,to wait and think that she and a bountiful picnic dinner was
you owe this girl unless you
first $4800 of earnings. PROBLEM "I to flirt but wrong for me to do so.
WEEK'S For Gas
get caught and have to pay pen- THE : continued to flirt because some- served following church services. RefundsSuwannee
QUESTION: I get a monthly alties and interest on past due had been going with this girl for I didn't agree, so we broke up. one told her you were still doing Among those attending from a
disability check. I heard that if I amounts. more than a year and before we "I think part of the problemwas the same. Girls have no special distance were Mrs. Hart and Mrs. County farmers today -
try to get a job you will cut off my Social knew it we became too "serious"about brought about by two boys 1 I corner on the "flirting" market Tenny of Dowling Park Ervin were urged to file their applications -
payments. I don't know if I could QUESTION: against each other. She would get considered my friends. They kept and no boy who uses his head for Beach and son Kenneth, and for gasoline tax refund
hold out on the job. If I did not, Security. It looks to me like people mad at me for flirting with other telling her things that weren't true anything more than a hat rack Chester Dees of Haines City, Mrs. claims by the Jan. 31 deadline.
would I get my checks again? ought to provide for them- girls and I would get mad at her and getting me into trouble with will not go with a girl who says Harris Fussel and son and daughter State Comptroller Ray E. Green
ANSWER: If you try to work, selves without having the govern- for flirting with boys. We both her. I have two questions: Would< he shouldn't flirt but that she can of Polk City, Mrs. Bill Barkley said unless the applications were
you must tell us about it. The law ment mixed up in it. Why do they agreed to stop flirting and get you still consider these boys as do anytime she so desires. and daughter of Newberry Mr. received by his office by that date
allows for a nine month trial work ; make people like me pay for along with each other. I quit com friends and, what should I do ..
It y.a un a Utm i .re I. y and Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and those eligible for refunds would
period during which checks something we don't want? pletely. She quit for one day. She about this girl? I still like her want U 41i..... .r a. ,'..ry.tU.
your excused it by saying that it was t. m.k.. address 7..r litUr *. daughter, Debra Ann of Talla- lose that right as prescribed by
will continue to be paid. If we ANSWER: One or the tradi- "different" where a girl is concerned and I can't forget her. FOB AND ABOUT TEENAQEBI. .. hassee, Debra Ann being a fifth Florida law.
find that you can hold the job, we tional rules in our form of gov- ; that it was alright for her OUR REPLY: If these two boys SERVICE NATIONAL FBANXFOBT.WEEKLY NEWSPAPER KY.I generation present: Mrs. and Mrs.C. Green said only farmers and
will then stop your payments. You ernment is the will of the major- .
C. Hemphill and son of Gain- commercial fishermen who have
may start these payments up laterif ity. When Social Security started esville, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tid- 1962 permits are eligible to file

you working.become too disabled to keepon and wanted ever it.since Most, most people people still do.have If I Cattle, Calf Sales Show Slight Drop Hog Trades Down well of Lake City and others. claims. Claim blanks were matted
... Most all Beachville folks attended out to all permit holders Jan. 1.
QUESTION: My father died you became disabled, it could Cattle and calf trading at the mons brought $16$18.Lowtoaverage 1 pounds bringing 151625. One and all joined in wishing all many Farmers and commercial fishermen -
when I was small. My brother andI mean extra income besides what Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- I good heifers lot of goods over 120 pounds more happy birthdays.Rev. receive a four cent refund
support our mother. She is 63 you may have already provided.If ket showed a decrease Wednes- ; brought $18.50-$19.75, mediums brought $13.75.U F. E. Day of Lake City visited from the gasoline tax. The total
now. She cannot get any pay- you died, it could mean that day, Jan. 16, with 130 sold com- sold for $17.75-$18.75, and one here a short time Sunday refund throughout the state last
ments from my dead father's So- your family would not use up as pared with 188 at the previous low-common brought $14. morning on his way to his New year was $393,963.Juvenal .
cial Security. She has never work- fast whatever you have set up for week's sale.According. Common cows traded for $12- Two 4-H Hope Church. .
ed under Social Security. If my them. When you retire, this will to George C. Averyof $16.25, inferiors brought $10-$12, County Rev. Marvin Odom filled his a Roman lawyer and
brother or I should die, could my be an added source of income the Florida State Marketing and one common cow-calf pair appointment at the Deep Creek satirist who lived from about AD.
mother get anything from Social which you may then be glad to Bureau, trading was moderately : sold for $16.75. Groups AssembleSUWANNEE Church Sunday.Mr. 60 to 140 once wrote these cut-
Security? have. Many people would have no active with demand good for the Calves over 250 pounds: low-to-1 and Mrs. Clyde Odom visited ting words concerning the Em-
ANSWER: If you each furnish income protection at all if it were most part. average good brought $19-$23.25. JUNIOR HIGH in Brooker Saturday. Their pire's lax attitude toward corruption -
half of her support, she could get not for Social Security being com- Avery said slaughter cows trad- mediums sold for $17.75-$21.50 Thirty-one members of the Su daughter Mrs. Jennings Starlingof in trade:
monthly payments as a dependent pulsory. ed steady to strong while other and commons traded at $15-$17. wannee Junior High 4-H Club Miami, met them there for the I .
parent. If you do not share equally QUESTION: I do not know how classes were few or absent in one Calves ranging from 125-250 held their monthly meeting Wed- day. I (Office Supplies at McCrimon's)
in supporting her, she would be my children and I could get along or both weeks. Feeder-stocker pounds: two lots of mediums nesday. Peggy Alderman and Lin-
dependent only on whichever of without our monthly Social Se- steers and calves were steady with brought $24.75 commons sold for da Vice led the pledges; Maxine
you furnished the larger part of curity checks. When my two old- heifers few and cows steady to $1 $15.50-$19, and a few inferiors Singletary led a song; and Shyril
her support. est children, twins, become 18 higher, he said.Feederstocker. brought $13$16.Hogtrading Kelly gave the devotional.
QUESTION: Someone told me next May, how much will the steers made up at the market Miss Shuler gave a program on THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
if I do not pay Social Security on checks for me and the three 85 per cent of the run while calves dropped severely with 1,010 sold "Food Facts For Teenagers".
my farm income my family would younger ones be cut? were 52 per cent of the total. compared with 1,452 at the previ- Veneer-One Two Baths.
i not get Social Security if I died. ANSWER: The amount you get Slaughter steers were absent. ous week's sales. PINE VIEW or

I High-utility and low-standard Mixed grades of 180-210 pound The Pine View 5th 4-H Club FHA CONVENTIONAL
heifers brought $17-$18.75 per barrows and gilts brought $15.65 held their regular. meeting Wed- or
BEST TOBACCO PLANTS hundred pounds. per hundred pounds, 210-240 nesday with 31 attending. Sally FinancingSMALL
Cutter cows sold for $12.50- pounds $15.55, 240-270 pounds Brown gave a devotional Mar- DOWN PAYMENT
HICKS BROAD LEAF NC 95 $15.25 with one canner bringing $14.45 160-180 pounds $15.10 sha Binkley and Ginger Ross led
$10. Cutter and utility bulls 140-160 pounds $14.22, 120-140 the pledges. Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
Order From brought $14-$16. pounds $13.40, 109-120 pounds I, Outstanding demonstrations
Utility and low-standard calves $13.45, and 80-100 pounds $13. were given by Becky Edwards and SELECT YOURS NOW
FRANK HADDON'STEXACO traded for $15.50-$18. Most sows in the 180-400 pound Connie Cason, a team demonstration Contact
SERVICE STATIONSouth Good feeder-stocker steers range sold for $11.80-$12.55 and in Foods; and Debra Nelsonon
brought $19.75-$23.75, mediums 400-700 pound sows brought, $10- Health.
Ohio Ave. sold for $16.75-$20.50, and corn- $11.50. One boar sold for $8 and W. G. MULLINSPhone
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA one stag went for $10. A replica of the Astronaut's

Day Phone Night Phone will not change until there are Medium and good feeder-pigs Space Capsule is featured in the FOrest 2-2057
FO 2-2594 FO 2-2963 less than three of you getting under 60 pounds brought $10.75- special space exhibit of Caval-
checks each month.we $14.75 with goods from 60-120 cadia at Florida's Silver Springs.


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Near Bridgeport BUREAU FORECASTSFAIR s a . .. a -ResolutionWHEREAS Smokey Says:

Stone-Age Cave In Alabama 30-day WEATHERThe Agricultural ?Ik\B@: \ ) W@@ 000 lIiittmLThe the Board of County -I

Weather Outlook for the Tri- Commissioners of Suwannee I
Now Accessible To VisitorsRussell State Area of SE Georgia, SW first trans-U.s. telephone call was made January 25, 1915, San County and the City Council of
Georgia, NW Florida, and SE Francisco to New York City. the City of Live Oak, Suwannee .
Cave, Alabama, is I which opened In a fish's mouth Alabama issued by Advisory The first American expeditionary forces of World War n landed in County, Florida have taken notice A1REE SrfAldi
open to visitors, and study, and held it firmly. Agricultural Meteorologist, Northern Ireland, January 26, 1942. of the frequent and extensive arr
of the 9,000-year-old homeof To make torches for their dusky Weather Bureau Agricultural U.S. aviators bombed Germany for the first time in World War n, flooding of streets; alleys and Zs
l damp cavern the occupants Service Office, Tifton, Ga., January 27, 19-13. Leningrad was cleared of the Nazi Army, January stores in Live Oak, Florida, dur-
Stone Agers has moved I th.taid aqI
ing those times of heavy down
17, 1963. 27, 1944.Hitler.
hollowed the foreleg bones of January n''""g'meltu ,
into the laboratory.The From mid-January to mid- became chancellor of pour of rain, and; ;
bears and packed them with Germany, January 28, 1933. The U.S.
cave on a wooded moun- flammable fat. February temperatures are expected Coast Guard was created, January 28, 1915. WHEREAS it is the judgement I
tainside near Bridgeport is man'soldest Cave cuisine doubtless was to be near normal Mean The first woman governor of a state, Mirian A. Ferguson, was in. of the Board of County Commissioners I
known habitation in the casual. The Stone Agers appar- temperatures are expected to stalled as governor of Texas, January 29, 1925. Poe's "Raven" was aforesaid and the City
Southeast. From about 7000 B.C. ently drew no line before the range from 58 on the coast to published in the New York Evening Mirror, January 29, 1845. Council aforesaid that this flood-
to AD. 1650, generations of prim- 48 north of SW ing is caused by the lack of suf-
flesh of any animal, bird, or rep- degrees portions An electoral commission was chosen by Congress, January 30, 1811.
itive huntsmen found ready-made tile. Carapaces of turtles were Georgia and SE Alabama. The Hitler repudiated the Treaty of Versailles, January 30, 1931. ficient drainage from within the .4 .PREVENT***- -.,tCCESTPPO--.- r ij.' 3g: ,"
shelter there, a mild climate, clear turned Into containers, deer and number of days with highest The 13th Amendment to the Constitution passed the House, January incorporated city limits of the
fresh water, and-a forest full of turkey bones into tools. temperatures 70 or more is expected 31, 1865. The U.S. bought the Virgin Islands from Denmark, January City of Live Oak Florida, and; ...a poem as lovely as a tree!
game. Today, Russell Cave overlooks a to range from 8 to 10 on 31, 1917.John. WHEREAS, the Board of Coun-
The Smithsonian Institutionand L, peaceful farming valley about the coasts to 6 to 8 NW Sec- ty Commissioners aforesaid and Cattlemen Schedule
National Geographic Society eight miles from Bridgeport, Ala. tion.The L Wells Fuqua To Nominate the City Council aforesaid have
explored and excavated the caveseveral To safeguard the site for the edu- number of days with from time to time made requestsof Quarterly Meeting
years ago. It is now a national cation and enjoyment of future morning low temperatures 40 Academy Students the State of Florida by and The first quarterly meeting of
monument.A generations, the National Geo- degrees or less is expected to Funeral ServicesFuneral Congressman Don Fuqua an- through the State Road Depart- the Suwannee County Cattlemen's
small museum and sight graphic Society bought the cave range from 6 to 8 on the Gulf nounced today that a deadline ment of Florida to eliminate this Association be held in the
seeing facilities are being built by and 310 surrounding acres. The Coast to 18 to 20 northern sec- of January 31 has been set for situation, and; Agricultural Coliseum Thursday! ,
the National Park Service. Inside property was given to the Interiors tions and with morning lows of services for Mr. John L. accepting: nominations of can- WHEREAS the aforesaid Jan. 31. A free barbecue lunch
the cavern, the Park Service i Department for preservation as a 32 or less to range from 3 to 5 Wells, 73, were conducted Satur- didates for the next school year, County Commissioners and the will be served.The .
in the O'Brien
excavated a display trench into I unit of the National Park System. on the Gulf Coast to 13 to 15 day Methodist of the U. S. Merchant Marine aforesaid City Council has allo- group will discuss proposalsfor
which visitors will be able to des- north sections. Bare soil tem- Church with Rev. W. E. Priest Academy. a better livestock program in
cated certain funds toward this
officiating assisted by Rev. W. H.
cend to see clearly the various, perature means at 3 inches ex- Fuqua is entitled to nominate project and I the county. In addition, the cat-
floor levels at which the cavedwellers ;: Martha E. Hart pected to range from 60 to 53 Anderson. Interment was in the 10 qualified applicants from the ; I tlemen will decide whether or not .
O'Brien Cemetery.Mr. WHEREAS as of this date no
lived. from coastal sections to northern
Ninth Congressional District they will participate in the State
Like Rings of Tree sections. Wells died Thursday follow- and he will receive applicationsfor reasonably visible effort has been Cattlemen's Association.
Happily for archeologists, Rus- Funeral ServicesFuneral Rainfall is expected to be ing a brief illness. He was a life- such nominations up to the made toward the elimination of An election will be held to select
sell Cave's housewives were a mes- normal and range from about 3 long resident of O'Brien and a retired deadline. this situation officers for 1963.
sy lot. They never cleaned. When services for Mrs. Mar- to 5 inches from the Atlantic mail carrier.Mr. NOW THEREFORE be it resolved .
the litter of gnawed bones and tha Ethel Hart 74, of Live Oak, Coast to the Gulf Coast and Wells is survived by his Dean WallMr. by the Board of County The Census Bureau said today
rubbish grew offensive, however, were conducted at the Clayland SE Alabama. mother, Mrs. J. W. Wells of O'- Gregory Commissioners in and for Suwannee the. U. S. population reached an
women brought in baskets of Baptist Church Friday with the Sunshine is expected to aver- Brien; one daughter Miss Virginia and Mrs. J. E. Wall HI of County, Florida and the City estimated 188,045,000 on New
earth and spread a new floor. Rev. Cecil Poitivent pastor, officiating age normal with 50 to 60 per Wells cf O'Brien; four sons, Lake City announce the birth of a Council of the City of Live Oak Year's Day, a gain of 2.7&5.000 or
Parts of the roof caved in now with assistance from cent of possible. Lamar Wells of Jacksonville, Harry son Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the Suwannee County, Florida that 1.5 per cent over last Jan. 1.
and then. The floor thus built up I Rev. James Cannon. Wells of O'Brien, Robert Wellsof Suwannee County Hospital. He whatever steps should be taken .
in layers as easy to read as the Mrs. Hart died Wednesday Jan. Atlanta Ga., and G. W. Wellsof has been named Gregory Dean by the State Road Department be
rings of a tree. 16, in the Suwannee County Hos- ResolutionWHEREAS Perry; two brothers Wes Wellsof Wall.Mrs. done forthwith and without fur- Advertising helps to reduce con-
From a deep working trench, pital. She was born in Suwannee Pensacola and I. A. Wells of Wall is the former Miss ther delay. sumer demand for scarce com-
Carl F. Miller of the Smithsonian County on Sept. 8, 1888 and lived on the 10th day of Columbus, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Shirley Landen of Live Oak. Dated at Live Oak, Suwannee modities by diverting public de-
excavated five tons of artifacts her entire lifetime in this com- January. 1963 the Lord, in His W. T. Newsome of O'Brien and County, Florida this 11th day of mand to other more readily avail-
stone projectiles, arrowheads, munity. Divine Wisdom, called the Hon- Mrs. A. O. Roberts of Old Town. Starling, T. J. Fletcher Sr., R. R. January 1963. able commodities.
fishhooks, bone awls and needles, Mrs. Hart is survived by two orable Elbert W. Trussell, of Su He had 13 grandchildren and 3 Barber, L. M. Wilson O. D. Pur- County Commissioners: ---- -
shell ornaments, human skeletons daughters Mrs. Olivia Tucker of wannee County, Florida to the greatgrandchildren.Active year, D. M. Rickerson G .0. Rad- Laure B. Roberson STONE CRABS
animal bones, and the ashes of Live Oak and Mrs. Doris Wilsonof Great Beyond, and; pallbearers were T. J. ford, J. D. Mclnnis: H. M. Mc- Lamar Hancock
ancient campfires. Perry: three sons Morris Hart WHEREAS, the said Elbert W. Fletcher Jr., P. M. Smith O. P. Caghren C. H. Whitfield W. H. Marvin E. Home OYSTERS
... Much of this material has been of Live Oak, Ottis Hart of Perry Trussell, respected and honored Daughtery, L. C. Davis W. E. Suggs J. L. Hall H. W. Smith, Bill G. Bonds NEPTUNE'S
catalogued and studied at the and Jesse Hart of Jacksonville; citizen of Suwannee County, Flor- Rogers and R. F. Hudson. and C. H. Strowder. Curtis G. Humphries
Smithsonian. In a separate pro- three sisters, Mrs. Della Ragan of ida, devoted so very much of his Honorary pallbearers were M. James B. Daniels Funeral Home Lavaughn A. Sessions GARDEN SEAFOOD
ject, the National Park Service Live Oak, Mrs. Ruby Burnett and life to public service and lately as E. Barber W. G. Fort Claude was in charge of arrangements. Attest: Clerk SUWANNEE. FLORIDAWORTH'S
has enlisted the aid of several Mrs. Naomi Drawdy, both of Civil Defense Director of Suwannee -
universities to classify animal Jacksonville; and one brother, J. County, Florida and;
bones from the new trench. N. Mims of Live Oak. WHEREAS during his lifetimehe
The discarded odds and ends of Active pallbearers were Albert made many loyal friends and
Russell Cave's occupants and Starling, Oscar Brim, Raymond by honesty and faithfulness to his
their own remains, tell an intriguing Williams, Aaron Tucker, Wilbur ideals, he-endeared himself to the SURPRISE STORE CONTINUES
story. McLeod and Calvin Richerson. people of Suwannee County and CLEARANCE
One cave dweller may have Honorary pallbearers were Jim the State of Florida and it is the No Refunds
been murdered. A quartz projectile Carmichael, Thomas Zipperer, desire of the membership of this or
point was driven into his body Johnny Brim, Powers Tucker body now sitting in regular session Exchanges JANUARY
from behind probably while he Broward Stewart Mallie Starling, to express to the bereaved All Sales
was running hunched over. The Raymond Jackson, Ralph Carroll, family and widow of the said El- Final
point either severed or pressed Howard Finkle W. P. Brim, H. D. bert W. Trussell, our deep, sincere -
against a major nerve channel Baker, and V. B. Baker. and heartfelt sympathy and GREAT SAVINGS ON ALL WINTER APPAREL.. MANY ITEMS MARKED BE-

along the spine leaving his legs share with the family our deep LOW COST. STILL PLENTY OF FINE MERCHANDISE LEFT BUT GOING FAST.
wholly or partly paralyzed. sorrow and great loss of one of
Early cavemen hunted with an Perri Law Bass Suwannee County's leading citiz-
, unusual form of atlatl a spear- Capt. and Mrs. Thomas D. Bass ens.NOW ENTIRE FALL & WINTER STOCK MEN'S
!' throwing device. The shaft was of Wichita Falls Tex., announce THEREFORE BE IT RE-
made up of several elements. including the birth of a daughter, Decem- SOLVED, by the Board of County LADIES BETTER
pieces of antler. It was a ber 26 in the Sheppard Air Force Commissioners of Suwannee CAR COATS-JACKETS
complex weapon which required"a Base Hospital. She has been County, Florida that we record
lot of thought to work out", named Perri Law Bass. with regret and great sorrow, the !
Miller said. The maternal grandparents are passing of this distinguished and to $12.88
Ingenious FishhookThe Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bernheim of beloved citizen and Inscribe upon DRESSES
cavemen fished with an ingenious Live Oak and the paternal grand- the record of our proceedings on Values to $7.99 to $19.99 .s..
two-piece hook resemb- mother is Mrs. Alma L. Bass also a separate page of the Board of
ling those carved by Eskimos and I lof Live Oak. County Commissioners, to be set BOYS JACKETS
Indians of the Far North. The I apart for that purpose, our testi-
two pieces worked as a hinged V, (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) monial to his memory, and; 77
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED $ $ Values $3.99 to $12.99 i

that a copy of this resolution $555
signed Commissioners by the and Board certified of County by $666 7Values 7 $2.88 to $7.88 s

SPREADER SERVICE the Clerk of the Circuit Court, be

Immediately forwarded to each SWEATERS .................. $2.48 to $2.88
member of the bereaved family of
DOLOMITEFERTILIZER- the said Elbert W. Trussell and Values $2.99 to $4.99

ALL TYPES OF SPREADINGSERVICE to the press.County Laure B.Commissioners Roberson : $899 $999 SHIRTS .......................... $1.28 to $1.88

Lamar Hancock FLANNEL KNITS Values $1.59 to $2.99
Bill G. Bonds

Curtis G. Humphries SLACKS .......................... $1.68 to $2.38
Marvin E. Home
Call Lavaughn A. Sessions to $ I 4.99 & SETS Wash-N-Wear, COTTON & FLANNEL

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Branford Branford
News From BranfordBY High
School Honor Roll SUN ENDS
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Linda Odom

r Hold Open House January 28 through February 2 Phyllis Koon :
Councilman Talks MONDAY Kathy Jo Watson : <<.
'I' Rodney Barber
Roast PorkButtered 11 iL i

i Mr. And Mrs. Pasco Jones To Woman's Club Sweet PotatoMarshmallowCasserole Green Beans Myrtle Kathleen Drawdy Lacquey ,

t Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. On GovernmentThe Apple Sauce Carol Phillips SEMESTER % R R EACH BOX END
Linda Hudson OUE TOGETHER >sFUL05
and Mrs. Pasco Jones cele- Refreshments of cake, punch, Dinner Rolls Butter Milk Charles Kilpatrick E OCKS.ATrAeN6HEEr
brated their Golden Wedding Anniversary coffee, nuts, and mints were Branford Woman's Club TUESDAY, Amarylis Suggs cic al6a
rj Sunday. Dec. 23, with served. met Wednesday Jan. 16, in the Fried Chicken Dwayne Cannon FAT'p EtiOI'10M'
open house at their home in About three hundred and fifty club building.The Creamed English Peas Becky Drawdy FELT
i tJ Branford. guests called during the day. Mr. devotional was given by Mashed Potatoes THIRD SIX WEEKS
'W The house was attractively decorated and Mrs. Jones had a very special Mrs. Leona Gunter. She led the Strawberry Shortcake A1SE3IESTER
.0 with yellow and white guest. the Rev. Joseph Bell of Old group in reading the collect. A: Dinner Rolls Butter Milk Sharon Tummond
tc gladioli and mums. The refreshment Town. Rev. Bell married the business session was held after WEDNESDAYHam Larry Jonas
(JQ table was overlaid with a Joneses fifty years ago. He had which Mrs. Drew O'Steen chair- a la King Pat Parker
Vt white lact cloth and it held a dinner with them on their wed- man of the Civic Affairs Committee Fresh Ford Hook Beans Sandra Hatch
beautiful three-tiered cake decorated ding day fifty years ago and also introduced the speaker. J. R. Buttered ToastCabbageAppleRaisin Peggy Ware
'II in yellow green, and white. on the day of their Golden Wed- Fletcher. Salad June Bass
rlJ-9 Fletcher commended the club Cookies Grace Chandler
on such a fine club building. He Bread Butter Milk Elaine Griffin LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
I: Branford Personals spoke on town government and THURSDAY Lorice Suggs Phone FOrest 2-3111
told the club members that the SpaghettiBeef Joan HallBrenda Adults 50c Children 20c
Town Council is made up of five Italian Sauce TerryJo Tax Included
Frank Norris returned home of Gainesville visited Mr. and councilmen one mayor and a Tossed Green Salad Ann Thomas BOX OFFICE OPENS
'r from the U. of F. Medical Center Mrs. W. B. Thomas over the week clerk. These officials are electedby Cherry Cobbler Sandra McInnis Monday Through Friday 3:15 '
Wednesday after undergoing popular vote two Buttered French Bread Saturday. 12:45
}pr eye end.Mrs. every years. Suzanne Murray Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night
Inn surgery. Lois Williams Mrs. I. P. The Town Council has seven Butter Milk Linda Watson \
Mrs. Mae Hatch is a patient in Philpot Sr., and Mrs. Vera Moses different committees with two FRIDAY David Moore I
PJ the U. of F. Medical Center. She visited friends and relatives in councilmen serving on each com- Tuna Fish Salad on Lettuce Cathy Chandler THURSDAY-FRIDAY. JANUARY 24-25

Isej'bu was transferred from a hospital in Chiefland Sunday afternoon.Mr. mittee, he said. Branford has gone Cup Karen Collins
Tallahassee.Mrs. and Mrs. Jesse Wood and from a budget of $14,600 in 1957 Potato Chips Donna Daugherty CHUBBY CHECKERS
Rudolph Hatch and Mrs. family of Jasper visited Mr. and to $24,000 in 1962.. Some of the Sliced Tomatoes Eddy Roberts
Gwen Pruitt were business visitorsin Mrs. J. I. Wood Sr. over the week projects completed in the past Rice Krispie Square Janet Howell In
in Gainesville Wednesday.C. end and attended the Jasper- five years are widening curb gut- Bread Butter Milk Charlene Suggs
C. D. Williams of Newberry visited Branford basketball game Friday ters and sidewalks on Suwannee Andy Cheney
hit: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch and night. Avenue, the park and Recreation RING-A-DING RHYTHMAlso
ifol family and other relatives here Mrs. Palmer Daughtry and Center has been built, boat ramps School Welcomes
las Thursday night. family of Lake City visited her have also been built, the town They are often distinguished as
Nancy Weaver daughter of Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch purchased a new fire truck and "Congo Brazzaville" and "Congo
and Mrs. Robert Weaver under- Saturday afternoon. garbage truck and constructed a Spanish Teacher "Leopoldville". from the names of CARTOON NEWS
went surgery in the Lake Shore Mr. nd Mrs. Bobby Owens of complete new lighting system on their respective capitals, which
Hospital last Tuesday she returned Jacksonville visited his parents. Suwannee Avenue, Plant Avenue The Branford High School wel- face each other across the river's SATURDAY JANUARY 26
home Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Owens, over and on U. S. 27-129. comes Mrs. Irene Rajas_ as a lower reaches.
Dan Dorsett is a patient in the the week end. Fletcher pointed out that the member of the faculty.
Suwannee County Hospital.Mr. II Mrs. Lula Grinstead of Cross town government encourages industry Mrs. Rajas from Columbia DOUBLE FEATURE
and Mrs. John Johnson City and daughter, Mrs. Jake Ev South America, come to the Uni-
i have as their guests, Mrs. John- ans, of Daytona were Friday afternoon Mrs. Drew O'Steen gave an interesting ted States on a scholarship to attend JOHN WAYNE WILLIAl\IlIOLDEN .
} son's mother father, and sister visitors of Mrs. MinnieL. talk on the low rent a Language Institute.She .
and family of Tennessee. Philpot.Mr. housing project which will be attended school at Missis- In
ky Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sims and and Mrs. W. B. Thomas and built in Branford in the near fu- sippi Southern College in Hattis- WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30
daughters of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas vis- ture. At the close of the program burg :Miss., and received her BS Matinee & Evening THE HORSEFeature SOLDIERS
Mrs. L. A. Sims and other relatives ited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gresham Mrs. W.: S. Ware president encouraged degree with a major in chemistryand
I Sunday.Mr. and family in Tallahassee Sunday. all members present to a minor in mathematics. 0 safe wt We toy*
and Mrs. Leon Hatch hadas Rual Chandler, junior at the speak to another member about Before coming to the states,
their guests. Mr. and Mrs. U. of F. spent the week end at attending the next meeting. Mrs. Rajas taught Spanish gram- IBEE No. 2-
George Irvin and sons of Holland, home with his parents Mr. and Hostesses for the afternoonwere mer in Columbia. She is now liv-
Ohio, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. R. M. Chandler. Rual cele- Mrs. Marion Parker, Mrs. ing in Branford with her 16-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas 'brated his 21st birthday Sunday. Graham Owen Mrs. John Johnson month-old daughter.Mrs. THE MAGIC SWORDAlso
and Mrs. Bill Sykes who Rajas' sister is with her.
served spiced apple juice and

I A. L. "Aubrey" WARD cookies. Birth AnnouncementMr. VHllKl ANT YfSHN THING TOUJHAVr MONSTER & APE NO. 6 CARTOON

and Mrs. Coys E. Pierson of ACTION IAKIS nxi
ding Anniversary. Ocean Way announce the birthof
SPREADER SERVICE Mr. and Mrs.Jones had all their a daughter. Dec. 24, in St. AUDIENCE! SUN.-MON.-TUES., JANUARY 27-28-29
children present except one. The Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville.The .
{ 'WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF :MATERIALS"Fast children present were Mrs. Alice baby has been named Teresa W STAGE SANDRA DEE BOBBY DARRIN
Arnold of Hastings, Mrs. Jean
and Courteous Service Mikell of Arizona, Mrs. Ruby Kay.Mrs.. Pierson will be remembered *(? &? SCARED Sllti In
Schieder of St. Augustine Claude as the daughter of Mr. and
Rte. Telephone SP 62271McALPIN Jones of St. Augustine and Bill Mrs. L. T. Severance and Mr. MONSTERS RDM lOOiE'HE IF A MANANSWERSAlso \

FLORIDA Jones of Branford. Emory Jonesof Pierson the son of Mrs. Lucy I
Orlando was unable to attend. Pierson Jackson of Branford.
Near Harrell's Store on Mayo Road Mr. and Mrs. Jones received .

many lovely gifts. (School Supplies at McCrimon's) CARTOON NEWS


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11 ft Farm Front > Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions Westwood Church Plans 'Men's Day' I

f i :JPoultry can be raised success- Ghana. It was these programs r:: I Westwood Baptist Church will ginning with midweek prayer

tmy in Ghana but most feed and our farm co-operatives and observe "Baptist Men's Day" be- services on Jan. 23. and continuing -

xafst be imported, prices are high, our Agricultural Extension Service Here is a list of new subscriptions through Sunday Jan. 27.

*& eggs sometimes cost as much which greatly interested the and subscriptions renewedto I a I This is a day set aside by the

, dollar a dozen. visitor from Uganda. the Suwannee Democrat from l 7 ::.Ynriywiwir'o :. ,-= Veterans Elect Southern Baptist Convention to
You can't help but sympathizewith January 11 to January 18. honor men of the church. Heretofore
;;|Ghana has been independent the aspirations of people
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSCollins New OfficersThe it has been observed in October -
since 1957. According to Goodrich, struggling to emerge from a prim- Court Apartments L. O. and called "Laymen's Day"

j Considerable progress has been itive existence. Their desires for Willie Crawford McAlpinJ. On this day the men have charge
Live Oak Barracks No.
:made there in education. But all the good things of life whichwe C. Cooper, Rt. L. O. of all church offices.
1163 Veterans of World War I of
\keeping the educated young generation in America enjoy is under- Terry McDavid Brooker :
nt the USA, Inc., met in the Court- Westwood will kick off this
i "down on the farm", standable. But power equipment Hon. Don
Fuqua M.C., Washington week with
Govan Smith in
house Saturday and elected a new being
|where their knowledge and abilitties works the
,;I great public and won- D. C. slate of officers. charge of prayer services on Jan.
are desperately needed is a ders of modern technology are not J. E. Tucker, Rt., L. O. 23. On
/ real They are Perry N. Conine com- Sunday morning, Jan. 27,
problem. the whole answer. Cadet
Gary Preston Sewanee mander; Peter B. Shall Senior the men will hold a fellowship
"When the young folks are People emerging from a primi- Tenn.H. .
at 7
vice commander Eugene E. ajn. in the social
through with school they don't tive life have a long road of education R. Anderson Rt., L. O. Lynch Sr., Junior ;vice commander hall of the church. Ken Breedenwill
'want to stay in the home "
village and preparation to travel Drew O'Steen Branford
be in
Joe Hill Smith quartermas- charge of preparing the
Goodrich said. "They head for before they'll be equipped to make SMAJ Harold L. Baxley, New ; food. Arnold Brim Brotherhood
ter-adjutant Dutton A. Bonnell
town where they hope to get a profitable use of all the thingsour York N. y. ;
president of the church will be In
chaplain: John L. Hall judge ad-
[job and enjoy some of the con- technology offers. Rev. Allen Price Branford
charge of the
vocate; Elsy W. Kinzy sergeant- program.
veniences of the modern We them to
age can help help Mrs. Ruth Walker Branford
at-arms; William C. Mills his- The morning worship services
I can see where the youth pro- themselves but raising their James E. Roberts Holly Hills
torian Lem B. will be under the
; Hughes legislative direction o-f
grams like 4-H and PTA whichdo standard of living anywhere closeto Travis A. Carter Jasper
I officer Dixie G. 3rd Luell Poole with
; Gamble year Lavaughn Ses-
so much to keep our young the level we enjoy is a task Cecil Gamble Rt.. L. O. '
[j people in America interested in I that can't be accomplished over- W. C. Jackson Monroe N. C. trustee; and Henry G. Penuel sions bringing the message. The
claims officer. evening worship services
:agriculture and rural living are night. SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMrs. will be
The installing officer was Har- under the direction of Glenn Mil-
Et W. Crews Port Angeles ry R. Haugh of Perry, commanderof ton with Vincent Jones bringingthe
_McAlpin Group Discusses Leaf I Wash. the 10th District. message.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Brown L.O.
Visiting veterans from Jacksonville The choir will
be under the direction -
The McAlpin Community Im- the quality of flue-cured tobaccq: Florida Forest Service Tallahassee -
Barracks No. 491 were C. S. of Phil Brim. It will be
provement Club held its monthly (1) Variety plant one of the "Your
wife thinks you deserve raise Wemps 8th District commander
a -my wife doesn't"Sharp composed entirely of with"Bo"
[meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 recommended varieties (2) Good Mrs. Ray Johnston JacksonvilleH. and W. H. men
Wainwright 3rd
year Gaskin Jack C. O.
pjn. at the McAlpin School.A Plants the better the plants Glenn Privett, Rt., L. O.
From the
I I Perry Barracks Palmer, Howard LeFevre Jr. andA.
covered dish supper was coming from the plant bed the Fred. Jones BranfordJ. ( Completes Basic TrainingArmy No. 1160 three men attended. D. Musgrove in charge of enlisting -
better the O. Lanier L. O.
served chances of producing
prior to the program and They were H. C. Caldwell quar- the choir members.
business meeting.S. high-quality tobacco (plants Ellis Williams L. O. Pvt. William A. Sharp Korea. termaster
adjutant: Dewitt "We would like to extend
should be set in the field around Mrs. M. M. Neveils Jacksonville son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Sharp a missile launcher crew- a cordial -
L. Brothers agronomist Agricultural Woodard Senior vice commander; invitation to to
Mar. 15), (3) Amount and kind of Louie E. Bozeman. Rt.. L. O. Sharp of Wellborn recently was man in the 2nd Artillery's Bat- and the everyone
Extension Service discussed commander of the bar- worship with us" Rev. J. W. Bail-
of fertilizer too much fertilizer Mrs. J. L. Reed. Rt., L. O. assigned to the Eighth Army in tery C, entered the Army in June racks.
ways improving the quality lie invited.
of flue-cured tobacco. The produces poor quality tobacco Mrs. Orville Osburn Jackson- 1962 completed basic training at
fertilize villeJ. Fort Jackson S. C., arrived
according to soil test and
following practices were discussedas Nurses To Meet For I
(4) H. Langston overseas the following November.The .
Spacing give adequate spacing L. O. '
being important in affecting IN 63 FOR ALL YOUR
minimum distances 18-21 inches Mrs. A. H. Meeks, Jacksonville Regional WorkshopTentative 19-year-old soldier is a

depending upon the width of Samuel J. White L. O. plans for the secondof graduate of Columbia High School BUILDING NEEDS
rows (5) Irrigation too much James B. Daniels Funeral in Lake City.
frequent irrigation can cause poor Home, L. O. ,
by District 16 and 30, Flor-
quality of tobacco. (6) Insect J. R. Avery, Rt., L. O. ida Nurses Association have been (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
Control the use of proper insec- G. W. Sanchez Tallahassee
Small or Large Areas completed. Make All
uuuuwuuuuuvuuuwuuuuUw Screens To Order
ticides at recommended rates will Radford B.
Landen Rt., L. O.
Arrangements have been made FOR THE FRESHEST
CALL control insects and not injure tobacco O. E. Peeples Hialeah
for all
to have lunch at the Red SEAFOODS

H. G. TURNERNight (8) Harvest plants only(7) Top ripe and tobacco sucker Mrs. Hosts Barn miles south Restaurant of Lake located City on three U. S. Mack's Fish MarketPine I Langford Builders SupplyEast

(9) Curing with modern barns Royal Ave.
FO 2-3395 41. The meeting will be held in Helvenston Street FO 2-2873
Freshness and Assured
cookers air should be
Day WO writeP. 3-2373 given in the coloring process Antioch CircleThe the Hospital Auditorium in Lake at City the on Veterans Feb. 13. I Phone FO 2.1650 I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

or (10) Storage it is better to store

O. Box 475 tobacco on the sticks to improvethe Everley Hayes Circle of the
WELLBORN quality and (11) Put on the
-- ... .. floor as it came off the stalk. Monday night Baptist at the Church home met of . . . . . . . . . .

Mrs. James Royal with seven

members Mrs. Francis and one Parnell visitor present.program We're, WARM and COOL

chairman presented "Christian "
Witnessing", with the members in winter" in
., summer
taking part. Opening prayer was

StI et' offered by Mrs. John Hutcherson. (.... .- . . . .. . . . . .. .
Following the program Mrs. .. .

Leslie Gandy, circle chairman,

k ing.The presided over the business meet- ";.-

1 circle voted to meet with

r the Marilyn- Bonnell Circle on
Tuesday. It was also voted to havea

t BULK CURING BARN banquet on Friday Feb. 1, hav- 1
ing all past W. M. U. presidentsof -- .
the church present to celebratethe

75th year of W. M. U.

Mrs. John Gates dismissed with r.


Following the meeting the host- ::: "
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chips and cream dip candy lbr 5\

-rill punch, and coffee.

The circle will meet with Mrs. ...
Francis Parnell on South Pearl
Avenue in February.

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f accommodations for The greatest improvementwould eral governments. That is, the ion. He noted that the people in j
will study
\ Cancer Unit Hosts Statement By Lamar Hancock existing class enrollment, floor be determined on a point federal government matches dol- the south have a sort of built in j

conditions and accoustical facilities system with a set number of lar for dollar the appropriations.He vaccination against communism

; Gentlemen in my opinion and let me say here that I respect in classrooms.The points given for upgrading beef said that a new program is being Hits Organized GamblingThe -

: District Meeting your right to your own opinion, we are elected by the people of Maintenance and Custodial cattle hogs and pastures. planned and if it has the agent turned his discussion'
Suwannee County to serve them In a calm, business-like, and efficient toward big-time gambling.
An Orientation Conference for manner. We should at all times, render decisions that will Committee will find out if the Incentive Offered sanction of the state legislaturethe "Not since the days of prohibition -

r the 4th District of the American result in the. most good for the county as a whole. Personalities school is maintained in good con- Hancock explained that the federal government will sup- have faced such serious
I Friday should never enter into our decisions in any way, shape or form. dition and appearance if the money raised to support the project port the program on a seventy- we ;
Cancer Society was held here We were elected to render just and fair decisions strictly on the buildings are inspected as a pre- would be awarded to farmersas five to a twenty-five dollar ratio. threat as organized gambling, *2i2

at the Gold Leaf Restaurant. merits of any and all issues presented to this board. caution against explosion and fire an incentive for improving This he said will enable expan- lashed.

. Units participating in this district Now, In regards to relieving Mr. Carroll of his duties as road if adequate storage their own livestock and pastures. sion and offer more services than Whittaker said the threat lies
include representatives from superintendent I cannot in good conscience, at first or sec- regularly that flows
my and if corri- Tentatively the first prize has the present set up can offer. in the corrupt money
is provided,
e Suwannee Bradford, Columbia ond board meeting vote to fire a man who apparently, has car- space from the coffers of syncLcated -
for Second and In closing Nelson said "The
planned been set at $1,000.
and starways are
Hamilton Union and Lafayette ried out his duties in a manner satisfactory to seven previous and
L. Counties. boards and to the majority of the people. I promised the people thatI ease in cleaning. third prize suggestions are $500 goals of Public Welfare can only gambling to influence

Forty-nine members of the So- would be responsible for my own actions as a board member and Various other items will be and $250 respectively.If be reached by consideration of all corrupt governmental officialsand

that I would reach a decision after calm and deliberate considera- checked by this committee chaired the Chamber is able to raise people in the consideration of our eventually infect the peopleIn
ciety from five counties attended
tions to all sides of any problem. I have not been a board mem- by W. D. Pittman. the recommended $5,000 these needy people". Jacksonville alone. GambL"j

the session. Guest speakers were ber long enough to determine in my own mind that the criticismof The School Site Committee under prizes will likely be higher. Han- Nelson was introduced by J. B. raked several million dollars b'
Dr. F. W. Henderson of Lake City the superintendent is justified.My nickels and dimes from the seem: .. '
B. W. Helvenston cock proposed that winners of the Daniels who had charge of the
Dr. Margaret E. Waid of Gainesville viewpoint at the present time is this. If we vote to fire the Chairman ingly harmless "numbers rackc',
including three be paid in program. President Reginald
and Dr. John E. Rayl of superintendent at this time, we will be doing the citizens of the H, has a vast area to study top prizes pure-
Lake City. county an injustice. We are obligated to provide them with the such items as the school's bred livestock of their choice Scott presided. he added.

The invocation was given by best road department we possibly can. We cannot do this withouta accessibility to the students rather than cash. The speaker asserted that t

Rev. Jim Walkup followed by a man with the proper experience and training. Without such a served its facilities for sewerage One of the features of the pro- No. 5 real and imminent dar :

man the citizens of the county are the ones that would suffer from disposal, its fences and grounds, gram is that both large and small is the peoples' willingness to id':' ,
welcome from Mrs. E. L. Kent
such action. In my opinion we should avail ourselves of the opportunity its drainage capacities.Dave farmers would be competing on group each week and salute their rate this corruption in the

j, president of the Suwannee Coun- to hire a man who could be trained during the remainingtwo and Austin is Chairman of the an equal basis. Judging would be flag together and say grace before midst. Police agencies cats

ty unit. A film entitled "Progno- years Mr. Carroll has before retiring with maximum benefits.We Illumination Ventilation confined strictly to the degree of meals," he told the Kiwani- function without the cooper a'::
sis-Hope" was shown. Rev. Spivey could do this without depriving the county of the services to Committee on
ans.uIt's like
I The quantity of men you that we of the public they protect he sa.J:: !
This com- improvement.
Brabham delivered before which we are obligated to give it. and Heating.
: for when
can on help we Whittaker explained the oi_ '
j the luncheon. We the board members, must bear the responsibility for the mittee involves studying the heat- stock or pastures improved would ":
it he added.
need nizational setup of the Fed' .
Following, the luncheon, Dr. roads in our county. I have not been a county commissioner long ing plan for efficient operationand have no affect on selecting win-
The attributed this
agent fi .
there 55 '
Bureau. He said are
enough to determine in my own mind where the blame should lie.I cleanliness.In .
i; Hugo F. Sotolongo of Live Oak do know that the road superintendent cannot build and main- addition the committee will ners.Crews said the Department of changing American character to offices in the nation. The off(

:i discussed lung cancer before the tain adequate roads unless the board acquires sufficient right of the surface and location of Agriculture the Extension Service the "demands of a materialistic are strategically placed to adh "

group. Henderson spoke on skin way provides ample equipment efficient personnel allows suffi- study determine if they pro- and the Experiment Station would society" that people appear to be with populus areas. Some slat

and oral cancer. Ryal, a surgeon cient time and grants him the authority he needs to get the job windows to of furnish information frequently to absorbed in today. He explainedthat have no field offices while othLl

with the V. A. Hospital in Lake done. Until I have served as a board member long enough to deter- vide a satisfactory amount men do not fight for material have several, he said.

City, addressed the group on surgery mine that we, the board have fulfilled our part of the obligation, daylight and temperatures main- the; farmers about how to undertake things as readily and ardently as Florida, for example. has th:

and research in cancer. I shall vote against relieving the superintendent of his duties. tained in class and reading rooms. ; the improvement of their they do for spiritual values and
offices. They are located in Jac":
Committee livestock and
LAMAR HANCOCK Special Services
The Bill
Rev. Nickerson
gave such concepts as freedom, dignity sonville Miami
the benediction. County Commissioner will survey the auditorium'sseating asserted that this program and Tampa T

a- Mrs. Irene Hicks of Gainesville ____ District Four capacity, acoustics and would not cost farmers any money and national pride. Jacksonville office covers fro:
Whittaker that Americans
implied '
Daytona Beach to Pensacola. t!
to other than the
participate .
field representative for this district lighting facilities.It have very little to fear internally largest, in land area in the stet
-choose to investin
Named Assistant
CashierA. lunchroom'sseating funds they
of the Cancer Society, and Pittman will study the may 'I. from communists. He said he said.
Mrs. Kelly Collins of Tampa edu- capacity ventilation their own the main interest of the FBI in Whittaker noted that each a:
Jack Phillips President of Jack Phillips Eva L. Thompson, furnishings cooking equipment, Program Initiated
cation chairman for the district, surveilling the communists in this ent is required to take a refnL
the Branford State Bank announced Ethel B. Phillips A. B. Ware Mel- dish washing facilities. This program was initiated ap-
were responsible for the informative and
country is to determine what they session in judo and han meeting. the election of J.V.. vin H. Owens, and Graham C. Offices and faculty rooms will proximately four months ago by
seeking and with
are come up arms every 30 days.
: Pittman as Assistant Cashier of Owen. be studied by this committee. Ben the 13 state and county agricul- some conclusions as to why. John Adicte. president of K
the bank. President Phillips, in his reportto Gilmore is chairman of this tural employees in the county.During .
He explained that by observingthe wanis, directed the meeting. J s.::
John M. Nolan Pittman was born in Volusia the stockholders reported that group. this time they met with ,
communists the Bureau collects Mitchell, manager of the Me --
County and has been a residentof the bank continued to grow with Dan Chandler heads the Trans- representatives from the Depart- .
valuable information about Press inducted into \
I enger was :
Gilchrist Coun- the Branford This group ment of Agriculture the Cattle-
Lafayette and area. portation Committee. the deficiencies
of the Soviet Un- club.
:Funeral ServicesFuneral ties for most of his life. He was will study parking facilities, buses men's Association, and local busi-

associated with the Farmers and ,r and equipment provided driv- nessmen.

services for John M. Merchants Bank of Trenton for No. 1 ers to make minor repairs. The basic plan, which is still a

Nolan 5, the son of Mr. and Mrs. five years prior to joining the an assistant would be on hand at The Water and Sanitation rough sketch of the soon-to-be M-F DEALER CERTIFIED EQUIPMENTIt

James V. Nolan were conducted staff of the Branford State Bank all times to correct any chance I Committee under David Young finished product has apparently .

Sunday in the Catholic Church last February. malfunction that might develop I chairman, will study the toilet received the approval and enthu- Means Value Warranty SatisfactionSEE

;with Father Jean, Marie Pageau Other officers re-elected at thebank's in the system. and lavatory facilities for boys siasm of the vast majority of the

;Officiating. He was buried in City annual last week separate men who have seen it.
meeting Laird said the company has and girls on each floor THE WORLD'S BEST SELLERCall
Cemetery. were A. Jack Phillips, president; very little trouble in its system toilet and lavatory facilities for Crews explained the plan to 45

The little boy died Thursday Mrs. Eva L. Thompson, chairmanof because it trouble-shoots on a'prevention men and women teachers, and farmers at a meeting in the Gold for a demonstration see why Massey-Ferguson 35 has

following a sudden illness. He was the board; A. B. Ware, vice basis". He explainedthat repair standards of sanitation.A Leaf Restaurant Friday. Their become the world's No. 1 seller! See how the Ferguson Svs-

born in Miami and moved to Live president; Graham C. Owen, vice the system will be checked study of the drinking water comments heartily favored the tem transfers the soil's resistance into traction automatically

#e Oak with his parents. president and cashier; and Mrs. regularly every six weeks to un- facilities will also be made. project, and each of them agreedto Test its easy and precise implement control. Check its rugpcd

John is survived by his parents Leota Fletcher. assistant cashier. cover potential trouble before it The survey being made by these support it. dependability and low-cost ooperation on all kinds of jobs

11 Mr. and Mrs. James V. Nolan and Directors re-elected were A. can affect viewing. ten committees will be the main March 1 has been suggested as You Plan.can buy it on the Massey-Ferguson Retail Time Paymcir

one brother James V. Nolan all tentative date for launching the
4 Duncan, \\fi addition to heading project of the P-TA for this year. a
of Live Oak; paternal grandmother Entries should be submitted -
Cable TV of Live Oak is builderof All P-TA members will be placedon program. a
Mrs. Helen K. Nolan; and maternal McLain Resigns Post two other similar companies one or more of the above, to the county agent's office r ALLBRITTON
grandmother Mrs. Marion as soon as possible.
S At Church one in Ocala and the other in named committees.If BROS.t
Nicoll. Philadelphia .
E West Point, Ga. any P-TA member who has; '

Active pallbearers were Leon Rev. Clyde McLain Tuesday an- He said that for the first three not yet been contacted and havea No. 4 1t TRACTOR CO.
Gill Carl Moore Harvey Carroll nounced his resignation as pastorof M
years of operation in West Point, preference to work on any com are about the same ratio.

s Jr.. and Tom Burns. Philadelphia Baptist Churchto there; was less than two hours in- mittee, they may call Dr. Zinober,,, The program now is jointly administered 215 W. 5TH ST. FO 2-2381
James B. Daniels Funeral Home be effective Feb. 1. McLain has
Mrs. Tom Cheek vice president,, by the state and fed-
was in charge of arrangements. accepted the pastorate of the An- terruption.Better Selections or the chairman of the committee -

n tioch Baptist Church in Dry Duncan pointed out that Live of their choice.

Philadelphia Church To Branch Ga.McLain Oak residents can now have access I
been the of
has pastor
to four and five !
soon -
Have Reception Sunday the Philadelphia Baptist Church clear channels of television while No. 3 ''i

Members of the Philadelphia since May 1, 1960. During that much larger cities such as Atlanta On the other hand Crews dem-

Baptist Church are honoring Rev. time the interior of the parsonagehas and Jacksonville have less. In addition onstrated that the future growthof

and Mrs. Clyde McLain with a reception been renovated and the this will is :
city have a bet- livestock in the county un-
Sunday afternoon. Janu- church has been completely rebuilt ter selection than many larger limited. He noted that out of 62- You Are Invited

ary 27 at the parsonage from 2 to including new furniture, cities he added. 000 acres of corn under cultivation

4:30 pjn. All friends are cordially central heating, and air condi- Barrett said the system is still in 1962 yielded 22 million bush-

invited. tioning. being adjusted and perfected. HeC'nfrf els, more than enough to feed all

..;' ",,-.y TA_ in In
":U'" a .i"-IIU.i.1 engineer: from "'C.irold of the livestock the county.

Electronics in Philadelphiawill addition, he said that by cultivat-

I Public NoticesIN I be here this week to check ing the 22,000 acres of land now TO SEE OUR DEMONSTRATION OF

through the system and make fin- in the soil bank program and ap-

THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Transmission Warner T-98A. Four al adjustments.He plying better cultural practices
I IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, speed forward, one reverse. explained that each system this corn production could be increased -
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Tire six 8-22.5-8 ply tubeless.
IN RE: The Estate of Wheels Seven 22.5 x 6 and one i has its own peculiar problems created to 5 million bushels.

CARRIE MAE PATTISON, tire carrier. by varying atmospheric con- Crews asserted that with this
Seat One drivers fold down seat.
I NOTIFMpROBATE Windshield wipers Electo-vac posi- ditions and terrain in different tremendous corn-producing po-

THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL tive action type. geographic areas. Barrett said tential coupled with plentiful pastures RCA VICTOR
\ PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE No bids received after time and date
OF SAID DECEDENT: will be considered.The this system would be in perfect livestock production in the
Ton are hereby notified that a written Board of County Commissioners condition on or before Feb. 1. county could become a $10 million
instrument purporting be the Last reserve the right to reject any and all
Will and Testament of the above dece- bids and to waive formalities and re- Duncan said the company industry within a few short years
dent has been admitted to probate in advertising and to award bids in best would hold an open house for the Program Outlined
said Court. interest of Suwannee County Florida.
Yon are hereby commanded within six Board of County Commissioners public at the Suwannee Hotel on Hancock briefly outlined the
(6) calendar months from the date of Suwannee County, Florida Thursday and Friday. program to the Chamber. lIe said
the first publication of this notice to appear By: Laure B. Roberson
in said Court to show cause. if any Chairman Several television sets will be that farmers participating in the
you can, why the actions of said Courtin ATTEST: hooked to the cable to demon- project would submit a record or!
admitting said Will to probate shouldnot Lavangbn A. Sessions TELEVISIONON
stand revoked. Clerk strate the system's operation to the income they received on live

(SEAL) 87-88 the people. stock for the past three years. An
County Judge CALL FOR BIDS Refreshments will be served. average of this three-year period
S'lUIN The Board of County Commissioner would provide a base figure.
of Suwannee County Florida, will receive -
bids at its place of meeting in In addition, the farmer would
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Live Oak. Florida until 11:00 A. M. on No. 2 present an inventory of the num
the 5th day of February A. D. 196S.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN for the following equipment to-wit: check buildings to decide if they ber of cows and hogs on hand as
RE: The Estate of 1 Bookmobile Body provide for efficient use of the of Jan. 1 and their estimated
Length Interior 16-O" back of
I Deceased. driver's seat to rear inside paneling; total area appear attractive have value. This figure would be sub-
OF PROBATETHE Exterior 2$'-8" approximate overall. clearly marked exits and providefor mitted to the county agent where
STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL Width Interior 7'-3-3/8" insideof ,
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES- interior paneling; Exterior 7'- the protection of students they will be kept in strictest con- r JANUARY 24-25 "
TATE OF SAID DECEDENT: 11%.. overall against inclement weather or dan- fidence.At .
You are hereby notified that a written Height Interior 7-0" floor to underside -
instrument purporting to be the Last of ceiling at rear corner; Exterior gerous traffic conditions while the end of the year a teamof
Win and Testament of the above decedent 10'-5 approximate overall. going from one building to an- judges composed of farmers AT
has been admitted to probate in
All other specifications: must meet
aid Court. Gerstenslager Companies' specifications. other. would select the farmers who
Yon are hereby commanded within six Any interested bidder can obtain the The Classroom Facilities Committee made the greatest Improvement in
(6) calendar months from the date of .
complete specifications from the Officeof
chaired by Nicky Tsacrios their livestock CABLE TV OPEN HOUSE
the first publication of this notice to appear _the._Clerk of the Circuit Court. Live and pastures. Si
in said Court to show cause, if any Oak. Florida.The -
you can, why the actions of said Court Board reserves the right to reject -
In admitting said Will to probate should any and all bids.
not stand unrevoked. Board of County Commissioners
(SEAL) Suwannee County. Florida
51 REECE BROWN By: Laure B. Roberson
County Judge Chairman '

87-40 CALL FOR BIDS '! Attest Lavaughn Clerk A. Sessions why suffer from We will have both black and white and color

Sealed bids will be received by the 37-38

wmnnee Board of County.County Florida Commissioners, at its place of Su-of IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY COLD WEATHERBad televisions
Cable the Suwannee Hotel
meeting in the Suwannee County CourtHouse JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY, on at
in Live Oak. Florida at 11:00
A.M. on the 5th day of February A. D. RE: Estate of
1963, at which time and place all bids WILLIAM EDWARD WILLIAMSAlso Humor
will be publicly opened and read aloud known as 'W. E. "DUB" ? Blue Room for Come and
for to-wit the: following described ,equipment, Williams, Deceased your viewing. by

C.V.W. 17,000 Ibs. To AH Creditors and Persona Having
Wheelbase 164". Claims or Demand Against Said Estate:
Engine 292 en. in. 8 cylinder. You and each of you are hereby noti- Get New LOW COST sets III action.
Axle front 4700 Ibs modified I fied and required to present any claimsor see our .
beam. demands which you or either of you
Axle rear 15,000 Ibs single hypoid. may have against the estate of William -, _.. -, -- i J'>'.
Timpkins C-100. Edward Williams also known as W. E'Dub" AMERICAN-ta1t 1'd e-
Battery 12 volt 66 plat 55 amp. Williams. deceased late of said
Brakes. Parking 9" x V Internal County to the County Judge of Snwan
shoe drum type. nee County. Florida at his office in the
Brakes Service Hydraulic with court house of said County at Uve Oak.
Vacuum Booster 15" x 4" Rear. Florida, within six. calendar months from Whole House Heating and CoolingFor
14" x 2%" Front. the time of the first publication of this
Clutch Hydraulic action 1 I'M 2 3.7 notice. Each claim or demand shall be Dale & Radford Inc.
aQ. in. in writing, and in duplicate and shal
Cooling System 28 qts. Four' blade state the place of residence and post
C fan 18M diameter. office address of the claimant and char free wtfmoft eel :
FM Tank Inside franc, left aide be sworn to by the claimant his agent
't 80 gallon capacity. or attorney and any such claim or demand
? Generator 80 amps. COO watt, low not so filed shall be void.
cut-in. JEWELL WILLIAMS "Everything To Build With"COURT
S Shock absorbers Front only. As administrator of the Estate of
William Edward Williams, alac
Springs, front 2000 Ib. capacity.
Springs, rear 4(00 Ib. capacity known as W. E. -Dub": Williams STREET FO 21226l

with auxiliary springs. deceased. PHONE FO 2-2188 '
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I: Suwannee County-Paraded In Review

j EDITOR'S NOTE: right and burned. Suwannee High School senior... ty Hospital to accept a position I ter sustaining a bullet ,,'oundwhile

Suwannee County in 1962 had The intense heat and flames, was selected as the Jaycees en- in the office of Secretary of State skindiving. Williams was
a congeries of just about everything plus the danger of further explosions try to the Junior Miss Pageantof Tom Adams: The Suwannee shot by a colored youth who mis-
that can happen in a caused the Florida High- Florida; Herbert R. Wadsworthwas County Cattlemen's Association took the diver for a "cooler" and t \ 1
community progress, frus- way Patrol to close a section of installed president of the Ki- announced plans to bring at least let fly with .22 calibre gun. After
tration, tragedy, a record cold the paralleling U. S. 90 for two wanis Club, succeeding Wyman four purebred bulls into the discovering his mistake, the colored -
snap, and an 'undefeated foot- days. Garland; the county commission county to help farmers "beef up" youth dove into the water
ball team. No one sustained injuries from appointed a committee to study their herds. and rescued the injured Williams.A .

In the ensuing columns, we the mishap. the feasibility of errecting an airport I Fd Butler received the highest medical center committee was "
have attempted to recapture for Leonard Stansel succeeded Ru- in Live Oak. honor that a man can achieve in organized in Branford; The Hous- z
you some of these events that dolph Scott as chairman of the Suwannee County he was ing Authority opened bids for the .S vAt,
made headlines in 1962. county commission and Thonis R. named Man of the Year for 1961; construction of two low rent hous-
Barnett was named chairman of FebruaryFlorida Dave Austin was named district ing projects; State RepresentativeLeon
the school board succeeding JohnS. launched its first official manager of Florida Power and N. McDonald won reelection
Jawnary Flood. inspection of public and Light Corp. in this area; Flue- by virtue of no oppositionas
Slightly before Old Father Time Sheriff Hugh Lewis arrested private buildings in a search .for cured tobacco growers from all the deadline for qualifying \
became the daddy of the 1962 Negress Lizzie Brown for being an suitable fallout shelters. Suwannee over the state met here for their slipped by with no takers; Lake
babe, Suwannee County was rock- accomplice to the murder of her County was selected as the fourth annual district meeting; City won the nine team District tThe "
ed by a gigantic, New Year's Eve son-in-law; Leading Duroc swine site of the first Florida Building The Jaycees sent a letter to the Tournament held here for ClassA a

explosion from a gas-carrying, breeders from 17 Southeastern inspection program. county commission deploring the Group U schools.
wrecked train five miles west of states convened in Live Oak for Matthew A. Carter, superin- condition of the Suwannee Coun- Board Chairman Leonard Stan- Westwood Baptist Church on the Newbern Road is shown

the city. the 1962 Southeastern Duroc Con- tendent of the Advent Christian ty Courthouse: Bill Corwin, a sel was appointed to head a com- framed in a facade of ice. The photograph was taken from the
Twenty cars of a 136-car Sea- gress; The Kiwanis Club inaugu- Home, was presented a Certifi- member of the Florida Sheriffs mittee for preparing a plan to front yard of Air. and Mrs. Broward Webb. The Webbs apparently
board Air Line freight train laden rated a scholarship fund for students cate of Honor by the Kiwanis Boys Ranch, exhibited the Reserve improve the Courthouse facilities;
mounted water sprinkler in their oak tree to produce the
with flamable, butane gas derailed. entering the North Florida Club; Horry Hair Jr. resigned as Grand Champion Angus The Democratic Executive Committee a arrayof
Two of the cars exploded out- Junior College; Miss Faye Driver manager of the Suwannee Coun- Bull in the 4-H beef show at the named C. O. Palmer as its icicles. A few moments before the picture was taken, the official -
Florida State Fair in Tampa. new chairman and voted to hold Weather Bureau Station at Radio Station WNER reported a low

Palm Telephone Service and two county-wide rallies; S. T. Mc- of six degrees, the coldest freeze ever recorded in Suwannee
Bulldogs Capture 'Old Oaken Bucket9 Trophy
r" Sales Inc., announced that it intended Dowell was named second vice County.
to construct a new build- president of the Chamber of
u.N ing here in response to the demand Commerce.By chief and two council posts to several pets in an apparently indiscriminate -
and potential for its prod- final date for qualifying for come before the mandate of the manner.

uct which demanded a greatly expanded political office, 16 candidates had people. The Democratic Executive
operation.A tossed their hats in the ring and Committee refunded the fees of

new dairy building at the caution to the wind as the feverof Junior Harrell of Falmouth who
Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch was the ensuing campaign beganto AprilThe qualified for Constable of District
M. dedicated with Agriculture Com- rise. Jaycees offered a $100 reTwo after it was discovered that
..Wt' missioner Doyle Conner deliver- Residents in Branford kicked ward for the arrest and conviction an incumbent had two more years
ing the principal address; Mrs. T. off a drive to raise $35,000 to builda of anyone guilty of poisoning to serve in that capacity.
J. Kennon was named Live Oak's clinic and bring a doctor to the dogs in the city. This action came The county commission held a
", Mother of the Year by the Wom- community; United States Marshall in response to the sudden rash of lengthy public hearing in which
"w T an's Club; The Kiwanis Club John Maguire told the Kiwanis poisonings that took the lives of (Continued on Page 10)) .
ia.4 honored S.B. Blackmon for his Club of his experiences in
) ".... o. .:: service to the county; A colored World War II on P. T. Boat 109, .
.''. #, ",'. /J woman was killed by her angry captained by Lt. John F. Ken- DA NCEJRDAY
f I. x ?i .v # brother. nedy; The Junior Woman's Club
tA \ / held its follies
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": ;,' ''W" : ..;,..*, : o.r .tf.\.; ff' March Miss Nancy Howard won first Capers Brody Of C.1962"Harris. director of the THE ORIGINAl"ritbROCKABILLIES

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I iif : the Regional Science Fair heldin ENJOY AN EVE riNG OF DANCING
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'. advisory board setup 'OOD'SCITY
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; for elec-
tian Home; An overall team per- OLD LAKENO ROADS
tion to city offices began with
.. formance by the officers of the MINOI ALLOWED
the offices of
mayor, clerk, police
Elks Lodge won for them the
District Ritualistic Contest held
in Fort Walton Beach.
Colin Williams, former star
Suwannee High tri-captains (from left) Russell Wadsworth, Everett James, and Del Williams
athlete at Branford High School,
grasp the "Old Oaken Bucket" Trophy presented to the winning team each year following the Live was reported making a fine recovery -

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Joy, : Tragedy, Progress Highlight 1962' I

(Continued from rage y) president of the Parent-Teacher w !
ed president of the Farmers Mu- wannee High Band. '
the discussion centered around Association; Janice Eubanks and
constructing a new Courthouse or Jerry Cribbs were crowned 4-H tual Exchange; Loran Terry was One of the biggest stories of the .

renovating the old one: A sudden King and Queen for 1962 at the a. re-elected president of the Su3 came when the undefeated

cloudburst of heavy rains con- annual Club Rally Day. wannee County Farm Bureau. [ Suwannee High Bulldogs finished

tinued for two days, depositingup Elwood Howard defeated in Ralph Davis, executive directorof their season by chewing up

to six inches of rain in the cumbent police chief Penman Foy the Florida State Road Department arch-rival Lake City to the tune

northern section of the county in the runoff of a heated city .., addressed the Chamberof of 40-0 before a record crowd of
and causing untold damage to race. A record 1,673 voters turn Q.Y.: Commerce in its annual meeting 5,000 people.

crops. ed out to cast their ballots in this 4 at the Elks Lodge; Don Fuqua County leaf growers reacted

The city council purchased a the only race at stake. democratic candidate for with heat to acreage cuts and a

parcel of property on which to Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, congress gave the main addressat ban on MH-30 chemical sucker

build a drainage basin; The first chairman of the Florida Councilof the annual meeting of the Su control proposed by the National

of the two scheduled Suwannee 100, addressed the Kiwanis wannee Valley Electric Cooperative Tobacco Advisory Council; Three

County political rallies was held Club on the state's future development meeting. Lake City youths were arrested
in Branford; Three Suwannee ; Kiwanians presentedW. The new Catholic Church in for hog-steaHng; Sheriffs Burea

youths were arrested in connec- M. Jernigan, vice president of I Live Oak St. Francis Xavier spokesman Dick Morris spoke to

tion with an outbreak of vanda- the Commercial Bank, with a Aa was dedicated on the date of the the Lions.
T opening of the Ecumenical *
lism that saw car tires punctured Certificate of Honor for his years
maliciously and buildings dam- of service to the community; The __ q ro __ cil in Rome; S. T. McDowell was December

aged; The annual community Suwannee Democrat held an election Fi named president of the Chamberof Industry and
Eastern Sunrise Service held Commerce to succeed Mahone
was party during both first and spokesmen
at the
Rees St. tobacco meeting -
at the athletic field and Rev. Cor second primaries. ; Luke's Episcopal Church held here
nelius Davis the First became the sponsor of a new Boy on the sixth day of
pastor of Don Fuqua became the first December advised
Scout troop in Live against the use
Baptist Church, led the service. man to hold the Ninth Congressional Oak. of MH-30 chemical
The historic Antioch and complained -
Eleven candidates qualified for Baptist
District seat in Florida as about
the five city offices up for a vote; voters gave the young Altha dairyman j ; : : fl Church, four miles north of Live variety. Florida 22 a tobacco

An angry 15-year-old colored girl a comfortable margin; Oak celebrated its 111th Anni Building started
shot and killed her father at Dow- Marvin Home and Lamar Han versary in homecoming rites; Bids mental on an experi

ling Park-following a family argu cock defeated two incumbents in Men Of Year Receive Plaques At Mattheics Luncheon were opened for the building of north of dam Live at Suwannee Oak whieh Springs
an experimental could
ment. the runoff to gain their dam across the
Fred D. Aderholt of Branfordwas the; county commission;seats L. M.on Shown above are 12 of the 15 Men of the Year in Suwannee County recipients. They are (front Suwannee River. become the key to the develop

appointed District Deputy Crews Jr., a former city council row, from left) T. J. Fletcher Sr., Ed N. Butler, Duke McCallister, Mike N. Tsacrios, Louis J. Day; McAlpin won first place in the ment area.of the upper Suwannee River I

Grand Master of Masons in the man, won the school board post (second row) Paul D. Langford J. L. McMullcn, Alfred T. Airth, Seward Fleet, Loran Terry, J. D. community agricultural garden The Suwannee

Seventh Masonic District at the vacated by John S. Flood. Henry and Louie Wadsworth.. Fred J. Green and T. T. Scott were unable to be present and their ing exhibit booths at the Suwan Frank E. Westmark Democrat named

annual Grand Lodge session held Jack Bispham was named plaques were delivered to them. Bobby and Billy Mills, twin sons of the late Rees Mills, received the nee County Fair; A Cuban refugee to succeed Herbert R.of Pensacola

in Jacksonville; Ronald Green president of the Bulldog Boosters plaque awarded to their father. The presentations were made by Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthewsand i Suwannee spoke FFA to the Kiwanians: The Jr., who accepted a position Wadsworth
was named president of the Jay- Chapter swept top as
; Live Oak's town baseball
Congressman-Elect Don Fuqua. Congressman Don
honors in the Fuqua's admin
cees; Milton (Buddy) Frier received team defeated Branford 9-0; Jer- Suwannee Valley istrative

the Jaycees DistinguishedService ry Slocum became one of the most gulfed the room. He was not in- Courthouse.The abled jet aircraft in South Su- Youth Guard Steer Show; The new Road The Suwannee assistant in High the Capitol.
Service Bulldogs
Award as the outstandingyoung honored athletes in Branford jured.S. tobacco market sales continued wannee County; The Florida the Florida inspection stationof climaxed their fine season with
man in Suwannee County; High history as the three-sport T. McDowell was named to rise with sales topping Alumnus magazine depicted Can- Department of smashing win over a
Agriculture at Daytona
Eugene McCall of O'Brien was senior garnered most of the president of the Suwannee Country the 11 million pound mark by Au- dy Hampton on its front page; dedicated. Suwannee Springswas Beach Seabreeze in the Beach

named the outstanding young awards presented at the school's ; Club; The city council took gust 23, the highest figure recorded Kiwanians held their kids day Bowl in Daytona; Coach Bill Pet-

farmer in Suwannee County In annual Sports Banquet. under advisement proposals to in many years: Gator assistant with a free movie football game erson, head mentor at Florida

1962; Ralph Davis executive director franchise a television antenna coach Pepper Rogers addressed a greased pig contest and all the November State University, addressed the

of the Florida State Road service here; Local National gathering of the Suwannee County trimmings. players and guests at the
Department, addressed the Ki June Guardsmen left for two weeks of The Annie Barron Pentland annual
University of Florida Alumni Elmer B. Browning, sales man- Suwannee High Football Banquet
Cottage at the
Florida Sheriffs
wanis Club. Suwannee High School gradu- summer encampment at Ft. Stewart group; Gene Cox Bulldog head ager of Ratliff Motor Company held in the high school cafeteria.
Ranch dedicated Su-
ated 119 seniors; A Circle K Club Ga.; The Kiwanians presented coach: told the Kiwanians the was appointed by Gov. Farris Boys was ; Star lineman Del Williams of

MAn was chartered at the North Florida Dr. G. A. Lee with a Certifi- team would have a good year.A Bryant to succeed Kelly Weaver wannee High School held its an the undefeated Suwannee High
nual homecoming and Miss Joanna
unprecedented number of Junior College under the joint cate of Honor; Two teen-agers firey collision between two on the Suwannee County Hospital Tsacrios crowned Bulldogs accepted a Grant-in-Ald .

citizens 2,611 registered to sponsorship of Kiwanis Clubs in broke into the First Baptist "rock trucks" on the narrow Board. was to play football at FSU; The Men
The 18 man Grand Jury
vote in the upcoming city elec- Live Oak Jasper. Perry and Church and the First Methodist bridge> on the White Springs Road The Suwannee High School queen; Cir of the Year were gathered together -
returned two presentments in
tion; Dr. Herbert Phillips, presi- Monticello; County Judge Reece I Church and stole $125; A Jack- burned a 17-year-old youth to Bulldogs kicked off their 1961 cuit Court which criticized the at the Matthews appreciation -

dent of the Lake City Junior Brown presented Larry Parker I sonville accountant, Jack W. Lucas death; The city awarded a fran- season with an impressive win ov. condition of Suwannee County dinner and presented their
College, spoke to the KiwaniClub with plaque for the outstanding told the Kiwanians that the chise to L. J. Duncan and Associ- er Madison 20-7; Kiwanians pre belated plaques.
; The Jaycees planned a sschool boy patrolman during the proposed cross state barge canal ates of West Point. Ga., to ope- sented Wiley Grantham with a public Don Fuqua and George Smathers An icy Arctic mass of cold air
automobile safety check; The past year; 26 seniors graduated was one of the most vital eco- rate a television service cable Certificate of Honor; Cable Tele- moved into Live Oak and the
into in landslide
swept -
Grand Jury adopted a series of from Branford High School. nomic adventures facing Florida; here; A tragic skindiving accident vision began work to bring its vote congress their a mercury fell out of its thermome-

presentments.Three Members of the Elks Lodge led The chant of tobacco auctioneers took the lives of two West Palm service into the city; E. K. Hamilton over Republican ter it set a new record cold for

county officials were the, community in observance of heralded the beginning of the Beach youths in the turbulent was elected Lieutenant Gover Claude opponents Hackney; Kiwanians with a Certificateof presented Suwannee County when the temperature -

elected In the first primary. Flag Day In an open ritual ceremony 1962 sales season on markets in waters of Falmouth Springs; The nor of Division Four of the Flor was recorded at six degrees
Honor; The Lions Club presented -
Everett Williamson was elected : ] ; State Senator Scott Kellyof the Florida-Georgia belt. annual session of the Southeas-i ida Kiwanis District; The Farm Distinguished Service: on the morning of Dec. 13.
superintendent of schools; V. V. 11 Lakeland told the Kiwanis Club tern Singing Convention met in Bureau named J. E. Barrington Award to Dr. Joe B. Davis The Ten local youths were nabbed
(Red) Brim was returned to the that Florida must face an ambitious August the Agricultural. .Coliseum.. Suwannee County Farmer of the Pine Avenue sidewalk project was for petty theft; A Macon man
board from District Three while 1 building job In the next 40 Year; Jack Garrett director of was jailed on a forgery charge
set by the city council.
T. R. (Thonis) Barnett won reelection :years; ground was cleared for the Tobacco sales at the leaf mar- the local Beverage Departmentoffice The Suwannee High Bulldogs
to the board from Dis- building of a new Catholic ket passed the three million SeptemberHead explained the setup of the The American Legion's Suwan were kicked out of the Keystone
i nee Post 107 presented C. P. Huffman
pound mark on the'second of the
trict Five. Church; Truett Johnson won the Bulldog Coach Gene Cox district office to the Rotary Club. Conference because
with the 1962 Good Citizen some of the
month Louie C. .
Four :area Star Farmer Future ; Wadsworth publisher other
offices Farmers
city were decided speculated that the Suwannee teams wanted to win the
ship Award The
of the i ; county commis
by mandate of the people. Mayor I of America Award. Democrat, High team would field a vastly sion loop
signed a contract with
J. Marvin Phillips won re-elec- The Live Oak Independents was promoted to Brigadier Gen- improved eleven; Paul Crews October a .
firm to renovate the
eral in the
tion to another term while City swamped Branford 20-1 and Bulldog Boosters National Club Guard; The county agent, was promoted to The Board of County Commis-i Courthouse; The Rotary District : An apparent natural cross between -

Clerk Harvey Perry was returnedto walked away with the Inter- ship climbed member- Major in the National Guard; sioners agreed to hire a Jacksonville his office. Vernar Hunter was I County League baseball title with Three Live Oak over the 100 mark; The sheriff arrested a man who architectural firm to begin to the club here.Congressman found in Puerto Rico's mountain

re-elected to the city council a. 7-1 record; County Commis- men narrowly I attempted to crack a safe in a preliminary studies toward renovating D. R. Billy) Matthews wilds in 1956. The fruit is called
Ward Two without opposition sioners took action to stop contractors escaped tragedy as their fishing store at Wellborn; A car went out the Courthouse A 28- I a c rijhirp a.
; was honored at -
boat an -
overturned appreciation
Norman Protsman election I doing work in this area nine miles off the of control the
won to on
the council Ward Four. from running their heavy trucks coast Eagle's at Suwannee. McAlpin and claimed overpass the life near of man to sheriff's appear in posse parades was organized and assist -- 1 by the dinner civic clubs given of in Live his honor Oak; ._ .............................,

Don Fuqua of Altha over the black top road known Department Store held a Lake U
moved into as its grand City woman. I the sheriff in case of emer B. W. Helvenston Jr.passed away; .: FOR YOUR :
the second primary with Hal Da Skeen Road; The Recreation Cen. opening in an ultra- New teachers of the Live Oak gencies. A fire at Suwannee
Packing Co
vis of Quincy in 1 ter; has planned for modern building on Howard schools mTREE TRIMMING &
a close race fo swimming were honored at a family The city council adopted a half- pany severely damaged the
rtennis Street co
the Ninth and baton ; Work began on a new mTREE REMOVAL
Congressional Districseat lessons. night supper in the high school 1 million dollar budget for the new pany's cooking facilities and
that saw Fuqua carry Su Ground breaking ceremonieswere ; loan Center to ; A $52,000 industrial cafeteria; Three sailors stationedat fiscal year; The Suwannee High caused an estimated $35,000 dam- TRENCHING OR ,
wannee County by 300 votes. held for Palm Telephone help the McMullen Whiting Field in Milton were Bulldogs took the Baker County DITCHING

Suwannee Democrat Editor which is a part of a proposed Food Bank expand its facilitieswas arrested for stealing a car fromMott Wildcats by storm in their open age.The Board of County Commissioners
approved the
by Area Rede-
Herb Wadsworth received $200,000 expansion Buick CALL
a state program. velopment Company. ing home game and showed a instructed its attorneys to .
wide award for his contributionto John H. Norris of Branford. a Administration. Suwannee County residentswent form indicative
of great thinga close the land deal '
Eugene Involving a future
the weekly newspaper field: I cadet at the Air Force Academy McCall was named by to the polls to ballot on to come. FloodConstruction '
airport here
Dr. M. R. Zinober was elected was guest speaker at the Kiwanis the Florida Jaycees as the out constitutional amendment to The Junior Woman's Club began I Olympics was termed; The P-TA Co.
standing Young Farmer highly successful -
Club luncheon in 1961,
; Candy Hamptonwas straighten out the
of for the whole state; Gun collectors reapportion-I canvassing the communityfor ; The Band Boosters announced '- :
one state students ment hassel
selected ; A FO
customers for Cable TV of the selection 2.2101
of West
PINE TIMBER for an eight week research displayed 3,200 guns at the forced I
to bail
WANTEDALL study program at the Universityof Suwannee Valley Gun Collectors out of his dis Live Oak; E. L. Howes was elect- Point style uniforms for the Su- ..............................rf

Florida; Reginald Scott was first showing; The Surprise Store

KINDS Installed as Lions president; Two in Live Oak, formerly owned by
colored Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kruger was '
men were killed in Well-
LOGS POLES born when the truck they were sold to Worth's of Florida a

riding in was hit by a freigh chain-store company; Alton Croft \_ Tough jobsIzT'
train. bought Charles Johnson's shareof

Suwannee _
Packing Company 2 :

\ C. DEMPSEYP. I and took over as vice president of
JulyA I
the business; The first Florida

O. Box 628 former mental patient set fire feeder-pig sale was termed a great demandUniversal
LIVE OAK FLORIDA to his room in the Suwannee Ho success; The county commission
tel and leaped from a twostorywindow ordered available monies to be

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LI@f2'itheitea. -to ._ Ladies Officers.Auxiliary Installed I Engagement Announced I Shaw-Jacobs Wedding Rites I IOn

January eleventh at eight tion in her home for the famlhea
Saturday afternoon the Ladies o'clock the Sardis Methodist and out of town friends. She was
Auxiliary of Barracks 1163 District Church of Atlanta, Ga., was the assisted in serving the wedding
WOMGN Ten, met at the Courthousefor V..Z setting for the marriage of Gloria cake and punch by Angela Ran
their regular meeting and the Elizabeth Shaw daughter of Mrs. and Aaron Martin friends of the
!. installation of local officers. : Ruth Latham of Atlanta and Alto bride.
7 Mrs. Hazel M. Collyer of St. Lee Jacobs HI, son of Mr. and Following a wedding trip to
CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor Cloud department junior vice : ; Mrs. 'A. L. Jacobs jr.. also of At- Tennessee the young' couple will
president assisted by Mrs. Lu ; lanta. The double-ring ceremonywas I reside in Atlanta where the brideis
Recent Bride Feted Saturday Afternoon With Bruce of Orlando department performed by the Rev. David i employed with Courts and Co.
chaplain and Mrs. Lillian
D. Sargent.Mrs. .
and the groom with The Jacobs
Tea Given By Mrs. Frank Louis Futch sr. Haugh president of the tenth M fiy.N.. ..hyF Sherwood Merchant of Atlanta Drugstores.Out .

Mrs. Joseph Davis Cundiff jr. of Tallahassee, was the district installed the following of- y sang "If God Left Only of town guests were Mr.

inspiration for a lovely tea Saturday afternoon, when Mrs. ficers. You" and G. B. Dees, of this city and Mrs. Roy Hunter, grandparents
Frank Louis Futch sr. entertained, in her honor, at the Mrs. Julia Gray president; Mrs. sang "Because". Both were accompanied of the groom from this city
Futch home on South Ohio Avenue, between the hours off Irene Shall senior vice president; F by Mrs. Snavely, orga Mr. and Mrs. Granville Hanker
I Mrs. Desma Kinzy. junior vice ;:: 1 : and
nist.Miss Mr. and Mrs. John M. S&et
and five O'CIOCK
three-thirty k.the: president; Mrs. Deloris Walker I Mary Pressnell served as of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
The lavabo on the right en- table was the silver coffee chaplain Mrs.
: Pearl Penuel trea- maid of honor. Her dress was G. B. Dees of Live Oak.
trance wall of the foyer held service silver compotes of nuts surer; Mrs. Bennie M. Griner, light yellow and she carried a On Thursday evening January
white glittered fern intermingled and silver trays of petit fours conductress; and Mrs. Julia Wilson hand
,, x 'Y bouquet of yellow carna- tenth Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs
( with natural ivy. On a table to and party sandwiches were placedon guard. a v.yV kms. jr., entertained the Shaw-Jaeoto.

the left of the entrance was a the table. Mrs. Joe Hill Smith is the retiring Mr. Jacobs chose his brother. wedding party with a dinner at
large alabaster urn of roses in The Florida Room carried out a president.Mrs. ,, .
ay Clay to be his best man and "The Farm" preceding the wedding
tones of pink and white feathers.On motif of red green and white Loveda Hall came into the ushers were Larry Eubanks and rehearsal.
another table and reflected in with red camellias placed at van- Auxiliary bringing the member- !;; Freddie Proctor. .

the mirror above was a net poufof tage points in the room. On the ship up to 25. All wives widows The bride, given in marriageby
white with tiny florets of pinkin television was a paragon lamp sisters and daughters of World 5k her uncle Pete Woodard wore Dorcas Class
the net tiers to one side of with flowering quince arrangedon War I veterans are eligible for an aqua bridal gown with match- Met Wednesday
this was a gold five branched the lamp. The long table in membership- in the Ladies Auxili- y'' : ing aqua ring hat and shoes. She The Dorcas Sunday School
t candelabra casting a soft glow over the room was overlaid with a
wore a strand of baby
ary.Mrs. pearls a Class of the Westwood Ballast
linen cloth and centered
the table. green Haugh department chair- gift of the groom, and carried a Church met at the church Wed-
On the piano in the living room with apothecary scales filled with man for hospital projects spoke fi.a. bouquet of three yellowthroatedwhite nesday with six members
was a design of pink roses and tiny white flowers and greenery. in behalf of the organization and orchids.
with pink stylized Greeting the guests and pre- urged all members rit A- Mrs. O. M. Todd gave the devotional -
pink grapes to continue For her daughter's wedding, and Mrs.V.. M. Wardpresided
leaves forming the background senting them to the receiving' line their work with the Veterans : Mrs. Latham wore a dress of the
; meeting.
for the design. One table in the was Mrs. S. T. McDowell. The Hospital in Lake City
which is beige silk with lace bodice and Mrs. Henry McElveen will be
I centered with a pyra- receiving line was composed of the project .
for the
was local
room unit. : VIrs. Jacobs wore a light blue silk. hostess to the class for a covered
mid design of Pink Perfection Mrs. Futch. the honoree and Mrs. Following the meeting both Each
of wore corsages of white car- dish supper in February at herhome.
camellias and on another table Joseph Davis Cundiff sr. the Auxiliary and Barracks nations.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brown of Zephyrhills, announce the engagement .
of Inviting the guests to the din-
Dresden china basket a social hour
was a was enjoyed by both Following the Mrs.
ceremony Mrs. J. C.
white mums with pink net sepa- ing room was Mrs. Clyde Dempseyand groups. of their daughter Martha Jean, to Frank LaVaughn Latham entertained with Baxter di&milled.-
rating each mum. to one side of Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth. 1 Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Johns of Live Oak. a recep- meeting with a prayer.

the basket handle was a satin bow Serving coffee was Mrs. J. L. The bride-elect is a graduate of Zephyrhills High School and

of pale pink. The eight branchedwall McMullen. Mrs. Frank Futch jr., Mrs. Griffin SpokeTo Stetson, University in Deland. She is presently employed by Park-

candelabra above the mantel Mrs. Roy Hunter and Mrs. Har- Local Garden view Baptist Church Lake City, as Director of Children's Work. You Are
was centered with native green- old Gilmore assisted in the dining Club Cordially InvitedTo
Johns is a graduate of Suwannee High School in Live Oak
with a large white wedding room. The Live Oak Garden_Club Inc.,
ery bell at the bottom center. Assisting in serving in the Flor- met Friday at the Club Center for and will receive his B. S. degree in business administration from See Our Demonstration Of
Centering the credenza in the ida Room were Miss Jill McMul- their January general luncheonand Stetson University in February. While at Stetson he was a mem-

dining room was a three branched len Miss Mary Jane Futch Mrs. business meeting, with the ber of Beta Alpha Sigma business professional fraternity. Follow-
antique candelabra of Dresden Carl Sansbury Mrs. Marvin Phillips Dogwood Circle as hostess. Mrs. ing graduation he will enter the Air Force Officers Training
china holding pink tapers to one and Mrs. Clyde Bass. R. T. Miller circle chairman.Mrs. School in San Antonio Tex.
side was a tall arrangement of Miss Pat Curry and Miss Nancy James Walkup gave, the Wedding plans will be announced later. GENERALS ELECTRIC,
white mums in an Alabaster vase Browning students at Florida invocation.Mrs. .
and on the other side were three State University and close friendsof Jack White introducedMrs.
white basket weave wedding bells the honoree were out of town Carroll Griffin of Jackson- Here And ThereMr.
r with white mum clappers holdingthe guests. ville Beach who is naturally
bells was a white satin bow. .accredited flower show judge and TELEVISIONBOTH
I The tea table was overlaid with is currently serving as Florida
an imported cloth of lace and Birth Announcement Federated Garden Clubs as flower and Mrs. J. W. Baillie left' Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hunter and

j T linen squares over pink to one Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Winburn Jr. show chairman. Mrs. Griffin last Monday to attend several children. Marty. Sidney, Rita and
side of the table was a five of Mayo announce the birth of a talked on "Standard Flower church conferences. Tuesday they Dale of Gainesville and Mrs. W.
branched candelabra of silver son born Sunday January 20 in Shows For Live Oak" attended the Moderators Church II. Hill of Dowling Park visitedMr. COLOR AND
, holding lighted pink tapers and the Hamilton County Hospital.The Following Mrs. Griffin's inspir- Conference at the First Baptist and Mrs. L. F. Williams Sun-
gracing the front of the candela- baby weighed 8 pounds 8% ing talk it was announced that a Church in Orlando. Tuesday evening day afternoon.Mr. BLACK AND WHITE
bra was a design of White mums ounces and has been named Damon spring flower show would be held I' through Thursday the World and Mrs. J. G. Porter visit-
f and pink net at the other end of i Bradley Winburn. at the Center Mrs. Niels Bror- Missions Conference at the First ed in Jacksonville last week end.
sen, chairman. The date of the Baptist Church. They were guestsIn Buddy Evans of F. S. U. spent
show to be announced later. the home of Mr. and Mrs. the week end with his parents.Mr. During the CABLE TV
GEORGIA, ANGUS ASSOCIATION Mrs. ODonald Hatch finance Buster Louis while there and returned and Mrs. H. J. Evans.
chairman announced that a Mildred Friday.Mr. Sherrill Law of Jennings visitedMr.
MID-WINTER SALE White workshop would be and Mrs. Glenn Milton and and Mrs. Dennis Hart and OPEN HOUSE :
held in the spring with the date daughter Nedra had Sunday din- family Saturday afternoon. ;;
SELLING 80-Reg.Breeding Age Bulls Calfhood Vaccinated. to be announced later. per with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Worthington Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones of :,1
Graded A, AA. AAA.
30-Reg. Females. Most With Calves At Side. Re-Bred. Mrs. George Allen club president in Lee. Tulsa Okla., spent the past weekat
At the
presided over the"meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prather theirhome in Suwannee Hotel:
DATE February 1, 1963. spent Sunday in Palatka visitingMr. Springs.Mr. .

PLACE Union Stock Yards Albany Georgia. and Mrs. Walter G. Prather and Mrs. Val Bates of Blue Room ...
TIME 12:00 Noon Promptly. Myrtle! Carter.Circle and their children. Matt and Bob. Gainesville spent the week end
Met With Mrs. KunertMrs. Mrs. W. J. Nipper. Miss Caro- with their parents Mr. and Mrs.
CONSIGNORS Georgia Leading Angus Breeders. Harry Kunert line Hart. Miss Glenda Milton Charlie Fawcett and Mr. and Mrs.

FURTHER INFORMATIONAND the Myrtle Carter Circle was hostessto of the and Randy Milton visited Mr. and Harold Gilmore. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
CATALOGUES CONTACT Advent Christian Church Mrs. Don Nipper and Mrs. Ted L. i atoEMOret I-ts-UeniD arrolloas ,
Monday Green Sr. in :
Palatka Sunday. .theBF C
CARL O. PARKER-FIELDMAN afternoon at 3:30. There were
eight members present. 2:30 9:00 P.M.You'll
3858 Mathis Street Macon Georgia Mrs. : .
Tel. SH 3-8285 gave the devotional TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE
from the twenty-third chapterof JockMHTill* Coliseum, 1145 E. Adorns St.
the Gospel of Matthew.Mrs. _' Or et Door Before Each Performance
f \
C. M. Clayton gave the
mission study "The Adventure Of Score Time with
i China. 1i
STUMP BROS. Mrs. Kunert served refresh- b 'tJ I _
ments to her guests at the close
VALDOSTA,_ GEORGIA of the meeting.
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1 QUALITY FIRST Met Last WeekThe
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Westinghouse Built in Oven the Antioch setting Community for the meeting Centerwas of VRft4

the Antioch Home DemonstrationClub

on January 17. t
and Cook
Top ..................$192.36 Mrs. Eustace Collins called the
meeting to order and turned the

36" Attic Fan W/Shutter.. 72.00 Mrs.gavel L.over B. Roberson to the new sr.president i

Mrs. Roberson gave the devo-

Atlas Attic Stairway......... 18.00 tional followed by a short prayer.
Each member agreed to bring a +_
covered dish to the commissioners
Window Burglar Guards. 5.90 13.50 ro.I.17 Jon.30-31 Feb.1,8 P.M.
luncheon on February 5. They S2.50rows1S.29 Feb.2.8:45;MATINEES: Ated.lM910W
voted to give $5.00 toward the 1.50 rows 30-33 Feb.1.3:30.Feb.2-3,1,5PM. I
Children under 12, half price Feb. 1, 3:30; Feb. 2-3 5 P.M.
2-0x6-8 Door 4.75 Cancer Crusade.
Mahy .............. Miss Bernice Shuler talked on Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville at Civic Auditorium, o
"Understanding Ourselves". Hemming Park ticket office. ALL SEATS RESERVED.A .
2-8x6-8 Screen Door 5.99
............ Mrs. Maughan was welcomed as '
a new member. There were 10

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&cgWOMeN Mr. And Mrs. Jordan Mrs. Payne Given Leslie Celebrates ] Methodist Circle Meets

': : dfh 1h .8'v f7J %.. : Stork ShowerMrs. I Fifth BirthdayPink Discusses 'Missions'Circle

r x.r 5 Allen Wooley honored Mrs. and green streamers 6 of the WS.C.S. of tn'
Ashton Payne Friday afternoonat ] swinging merrily with dancing First Methodist Church met ar
one o'clock at Mrs. Wooley's, balloon clusters Is a sight a five the home of Mrs. Fred Brooke
home on Duval Street with a I year old doesn't soon forget. Jr.. Tuesday night, Jan. 7.
p :. i:stork shower. I Leslie Bruce, daughter of Mr. The devotional was given .r
The refreshment table was overlaid and Mrs. Robert Bruce, celebratedher Mrs.. Bernice Williams and R\I'
Editor with a Damask cloth and I fifth birthday Wednesday.A followed by the program given b'
centering the table was a birthday cake covered with Mrs. Rich Capell on "Missions .
4/ pink and blue arrangement babY.. clusters of pink rosebuds and tiny A short business meeting v j-

Mr. And Mrs. Everett N. Poole carry out the color scheme mint green leaves belighted Leslie conducted by Mrs. Robert Bi uc.,
occasion. and her young guests. Twenty-six circle chairman. She announce- ,
Celebrates Golden Anniversary Games were played and prizes children attended the party.Advent the addition of two new memb>: -
Mr. and Mrs. Everett N. Poole of Dowling Park were f T. given. to the circle Mrs. Dan Stal::-,
The honoree opened her gifts and Mrs. Deborah Cannon.
honored on their Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary, Sunday
after which Mrs. Wooley assistedby Christian Church
afternoon between the hours of two and four by Mr. and members attending -t i.

Mrs. L. C. Willis and Mr. and Mrs. Willie West of Live Mrs., Glenn cake and Burnett nuts to served"Cokes" the Honors Pastor ReedThe Mrs.meeting Glynn were Duncan.Mrs. Donald Mrs.Burc D P;
Oak, Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence Bell of Indian Town, Mr. and fifteen present. Advent Christian Church McNeill. and Mrs. Made!.:.
Mrs. J. P. Williams and Mr. and Williams. r'' r t Y} .. paid ,tribute to Rev. Gordon O. Moore.
Mrs. Curtis Collins of Jackson- Arrangements of gold mums Reed, interim pastor, at the closeof The meeting next month mL!: '
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and white roses were placed at Debbie Cilmore Named the morning services Sunday. at the home of Mr*. McNeil!
in the living room. Jan. 20. .
Poole of Orlando. vantage points
The punch table was placed in Mrs. Laurie Duval of Jackson- President Of Troop 417 Rev. Reed has led a dedicated
the dining room and was draped ville kept the guest book. n } a Girl Scout Troop 417, met Christian life for many years. He Jeffery Alan RobertsMr.
with gold satin overlaid with a Mrs. Willie West greeted the .. Thursday. Jan. 10 at the Elks began his ministry of the gospelat and Mrs.
Billy Ray Robe
white linen cutwork cloth cen- guests at the door and introduced 4 Lodge. Light refreshments were the age of 15. Route
of 1. Live
of the receiving line, Mr. served.
tered with an arrangement them to
the birth
of a son Friday. Jan :;ain
The president called the meet-
silver and crystal and Mrs. Everett Poole and Mrs.
gold mums a
Card Of ThanksWe the Hamilton County Memo: : ,
ing to order after which minutesof
epergne. At one end of the table Poole's mother, Mrs. Evelyn
silver candelabrum Voyles. the last meeting were read and would like to express our Hospital at Jasper. He has .y.>
was placed a named
Jeffery Alan
holding gold tapers and at the Mrs. Poole wore a corsage of Mr. and Mrs. William Alexander Jordan observed their Golden approved.The heartfelt appreciation to our Mrs. Roberts is the former \:
president asked for friends for the food floral >
the and Mr. com- many
end of the table was sprayed gold mums
other Wedding Anniversary Sunday, December twenty-third at their homeon Glenda Goolsby of Jasper.7ci9S.
mittee reports. Debbie cards and other
crystal punch bowl encircled with Poole wore a gold boutonniere.Mrs. Gilmore offerings expres-
Hamilton Street from two until five o'clock.
Sunshine Committee sions of extended
chairman sympathy
gold mums and green grapes. Voyles wore a white mum us
Pouring punch was Mrs. Herbert corsage. The hostesses wore corsages On the table near the entrance was a large arrangement of and Brenda Crews, sent a card to during the illness and death of
Poole. of white mums. gold mums and throughout the home were floral designs in goldto Mr. Hurst who was in the River- our beloved son and brother. John
At the entrance of the dining Five generations of the family carry out the decor. side Hospital in Jacksonville. M. Nolan. We would also like to
room the three-tiered wedding were represented at the reception. The dining table was overlaid with a cloth of gold and cen- Brenda Hart will now be the thank Dr. Hadden and the staffof Ct66624HOUR
cake topped with golden wedding Around seventy-five friends and tered with a large anniversary cake of white and gold, a crystal Sunshine Committee chairmanfor the Suwannee County Hospital.Mr. .
the next two months. Nancy and Mrs. J. V. Nolan
bells and embossed with white relatives of the couple attended
punch bowl was placed at one end with compotes of nuts and mintson
roses and gold leaves was placedat during the appointed tim Edwards reminded the girls of the and Jimmy Nolan
the table.
trip to Savannah, Ga.
one end of the table that was
Greeting the guests when they arrived were daughters of the The following officers were
covered with a yellow linen cloth.
The silver coffee service was Lynn Mohley Feted honored couple, Mrs. Frances Allison, Mrs. L. C. Walker, Mrs. Vann elected: Debbie Gilmore, presi-
placed at the other end of the Sapp Mrs. Joe Leeper and Mrs. A. G. McCulIers. dent; Nann Brown vice president -
table. Serving coffee was Mrs. Lee I On BirthdayMrs. lIrs.1.. A. Bates,. niece of Mr. and Mrs. Jordan cut the cake ; Jovita Glass secretary; and OXYGEN EQUIPPED

Willis. The cake was served by Lillian Radford and Mrs. and presiding over the punch bowl were Miss Jean Evans and Sylvia Musgrove., treasurer..
Mrs. Curtis Collins and Mrs. J. P. Winston Radford entertained at Miss Melanie Jordan. Ambulance Service
the home of Mrs. Thomas Rad- Violet Circle
Calling during the appointed hours were about 200 friends and Popp
ford with a birthday party for relatives of the couple. Meets For DiscussionSix Phone FO 2-3333
Rosemary Club Lynn Mobley, daughter of Mrs.
Lillian Radford on her third members of the Violet Popp
Met RecentlyThe birthday anniversary.A Circle met at the home of Mrs. H.
Rosemary Home Demon- circus theme was carried out. Mrs. Kennon Hostess To Quitman Group L. Goff Monday, Jan. 21.
stration Club met January 8 at The red and white birthday cake Circle Number Two of Quitman Ada Arnold Mrs. Bryant Pearce, Mrs. S. A. Williams gave the FH
two o'clock at the Community was topped with a circus tent Ga.. Methodist Church were Mrs. Theo Murray Mrs. L. T. devotional and prayer was led by
Center with Mrs. Frank Jenkins clowns, animals, banners, and guests at a luncheon at the home Spivey, Mrs. Jesse Jackson, Mr. Mrs. Bessie Wright. The minutesof JAMES B. DANIELS
presiding.Mrs. three candles. of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kennon and Mrs. Branch Hunter, Mrs. E. the previous meeting were read FUNERAL HOMEEast

Edgar Meeks gave the de- The favors of cowboy hats for Monday when Mrs. Kennon en- Y. Frye Mrs. Lelard Jordan Mrs. and approved. Business was con- Howard St. ..e .
votional. the boys, Chinese hats for the tertained for Mrs. Kennon's W. T. Smith Mrs. H. H. Elseberry ducted by Mrs. Austin Harrell, :

Roll call was answered by giving girls, shakers and bags of candy mother, Mrs. J. B. Hunter.At Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Brabham, cochairman.The S. C. BASS JR.
a first aid remedy. were tied up in packages with 11:30 Mrs. H. B. Chesnutt and Mrs. Aubrey Fowler, presi- program was taken from Se1
Miss Bernice Shuler, home banners. conducted circle business meeting. dent of the WSCS of Live Oak. the W. M. U. magazine, Royal EMERT POTEET
demonstration agent, reminded Assisting in serving was Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Smith gave the pro- Mrs. G. B. Ross assisted Mrs. Service. After the meeting, mem-
members of the county commis- Danny B. McCrimon. Cake, ice gram "Introduction to the studyon Kennon in serving. bers enjoyed a social hour.
sioners luncheon on February 5. cream and punch was served to 'Asiai River'." The Bible study
Present were Mrs. Kenneth the guests. was led by Mrs. Mason Hearn.
Christen, Mrs. Jenkins Mrs. Present were Burt and Mike Mrs. Hunter closed the meeting
Meeks, Mrs.Jesse Thompson, Mrs. McCrlmon, Angela Futch, Gary with prayer.
Billy Jenkins, and Mrs. Allen and Andy Day, Wayne Wilson Jr., The play room, where the SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
Wooley.Mrs. Greg and Amerette Scott, Tommy luncheon was served held arrangements -
Jimmy Green was welcomed Radford, Mike Bonds, and William of camellias ivy, and
as a new member. J. Winburn m. narcissi. ..
Mrs. Christen served refresh- The Rev. Brabham gave the in- IS A FAMILY AFFAIRTHERE'SSOMETHINGFOREVERYONETO
ments at the close of the meeting. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) vocation. ,. .:;;
Those present were Mrs. W. S. : .f' .
McMichael president of WSCSof
Quitman, Mrs. H. B. Chesnutt,
For All Your Needs circle chairman, Mrs. Hearn Mrs. 1 ,;; I.. I! i F I
John Grubbs Miss Lita Bell Mrs. .

V'' : WITH Mrs. Waters Shower


Thursday, January 17, Mrs.
SEEARTHUR Edgar Meeks, Mrs.Ruth Rye Mrs. :
Noah Bailey, and Mrs. Bernice i
CROWE Wynn gave a stork shower for
Mrs. Donald Waters at the homeof

Mrs. Meeks. aFgolr'Milli
ATGREEN'S The refreshment table was overlaid -
with a white crocheted
:c' FUEL cloth over pink and centered with
an arrangement of red camellias.On .
the table was a blue embossed
IN LIVE OAK cake topped with a miniature pink
I baby bottle.
Mrs. Jimmy Green was in
We Can Serve You Better charge of the games played. Win-

More Economically ning prizes were Mrs.' Claude
i Stevens and Miss Thelma Lawson. pFRII

Refreshments of spiced nuts,

jJ i it and open Around punch face fifty sandwiches were were served.present., layer cake, : I II Ii

Mrs. C. A. Taylor i I

Circle HostessThe

Helen of '
Parshley Circle
SHOP ATJ I the First Baptist Church met II IIH
Monday afternoon in the home of
BEGoodricli Mrs. C. A. Taylor on the Bran-
LIVE OAK TIRE CO. ford Road. There were ten mem-

bers and one visitors, Mrs. G. A. H I III
\S'. Howard Hfll
FO 2-208 Lee, president of the WMU, pres-

Lee opened the meeting
with prayer.
Mrs. Charles Johnson gave the
devotional taken from Romans
Mrs. R. E. McKee, Miss Mary
\ NEW Tl Cleveland, and Mrs. John Leon-
\ E fl ard presented the program, ; -
\ "Christian Witnessing".
#vTRErR17os The circle will meet with Mrs.
R. B. Goff on the Branford Road

...AT TN/SLOW' PH/tE! for their February. meeting. ENJOY IN THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT! '.:

B.EGoodrichSAFETYS i .
Baptist Circle

TIRES Met MondayThe .
POPULAR 6J0.15 Helen Masters Circle No. .
TwU-tn, block f9 95 :5 of the First Baptist Church, met
Price plvs hut end
Monday afternoon In the home of
T4 tire off yowr cor. Mrs. Annie Wilhelm with Mrs. SUBSCRIPTIONS IN COUNTY $3.00

CLEARANCE Ottis Brown, chairman, presiding.Mrs. .
ON WORD'LONGEST S / ALL SIZES and led in prayer. .

TUBELESS TUBE.UPE Mrs. Clayton Bass gave the ... ,/ ,
TEST TRACKS BUCKWAUS .WHITEWAUS missionary study "Christian Wit- 'L T :;;;: r-
FREE, FAST MOUNTING ness" and closed with prayer. SflEMOCRAT
Mrs. Wilhelm served refresh- J ,

wo mm ments during the. .social hour. ]

(Office Supplies at MeCrimon's) ,

d. ...

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Card Of ThanksWe one. May God bless each of you. Business uses advertising to

County Ministers9 Column would like to thank each of The Family of maintain and increase its outlets
I CANDY Tombborr I John L. Wells
The our many friends and neighborsfor for goods. Unless such outlets
the food flowers, cards, and are maintained and increased, the
other kindnesses shown us duringthe Russians' Mars probe reportedon ,I income on which taxes are based
Pastor's Corner illness and death of our loved course. will not be forthcoming.

Pastor, First Presbyterian Church SAILIK6 FOR EUROPE }
a NEXT WEEK, MOTHER! I yiri; ; Op
.f The term "barber shop talk" is sin of selfishness is behind all of

often used to describe trite gossip our particular sins. The sins of 4'1TY

or conversations which are on- lust and alcohol are but the symp- .

ly a little higher than the gutter.In toms of the inner disease called -
most cases however, this figureof selfishness. David committed the LITTLE ADS
speech is grossly unfair to our sin of adultery, but this particularsin
good barbers. I find in our local was but the symptom of his J RRI ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

, .shops that the conversational lev- selfish desire for Bathsheba. He BIG RESULTS Machine machineless, and cold guaranteed not to leak.,

el Is quite ofter ..' ) was little concerned about the wave permanents given. Ope- Ottls Brown Motors. Ole tf

of an exceptionally welfare of Bathsheba, her hus- BUY-SELL EXCHANGE rators-AnnIe H. Mills, Mary

high quality .:f band Uriah, the neighbors, the Drew Boatright, Myrtice Croft, FOR SALE-New and used plan
yg:'Y God Himself. In Whatever the purpose, you will and Frances Johnson. Phone os. Frier Music Co. North OWo
higher even thar ;, relatives even '
: ; WONDER IF THEY OR TAKING THEIRCHILDREM find Democrat classifieds do
\ :,
the meaningless :IiIIIr.: "" ':}J the center of his mind was no one ARE TRA/ELIM6 FIRST] ? the job, quickly and welL FO 2-1831. cge tfDaisy's Ave. Live Oak, FO 2-2188.
"mumbo" whicr I i "" r\1 except the "Big I". Likewise alco- CLASS cge tf
Beauty Shop featuring
we sometimes l .,..'d- hol is too often only the symptomof
", - styles by John, also lounger FOR SALE Ford tractor, rotary -
: called selfish-
spout forth ir.Nv. :> ,,,:'I the inner disease f
the name of ,' rc.:,.::. ness. The drinker in too many instances type shampoo stations. Com- mower, harrow, dettbte
: : : : DEADLINE FOR INSERTION plete new shop ample parking. bottom
Christ within; : is too little concerned plow., and trailer. FO 2-
,ti \ ". 5:00 PJtf.-Tuesdays Highway 90 West. FO 23430. 2564. tf
the four walls ol ?; tt: \:'' +" about his family, his neighbors.
< 35-38
; \ .. ccjj
i our churches ;:.':?.V ;:, _:.:. .4 the law and in many cases even LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Coastal Bermuda hay for sale:

And this is true even when a prea- the best within himself. In the INCOME TAX RETURNS 1 to 100 tons pick up or will
cher's presence is not temperingthe I center of his mind is his own 2H cents per word, with a Long Form (1040) $4.00 deliver. L. L. Barnett Jr.. Phone

wagging tongues which shallow ego. the "Big I". He wantsto minimum tf 75#. Farmers Form $4.00 WE 5-3247 or WE 5-2963. O'-
leads me to say that the subjectat bolster himself, hide himself, LJNews (All advance.classifieds must be paidin Brown's Bookkeeping Service Brien. pdeJ 31-38
hand was inspired by such bar- make a name for himself, satisfy Office 6 miles west Nobles

ber shop talk. himself, run from himself. Name ONE WEEK FREE Ferry Road FOR SALE Plants. Annuals.

; The question was asked if it any sin which comes to your pcjj j 36-39 Perennials at FRM store. Red

were not true that lust for the mind examine it carefully, and Classifieds ordered for four Satin Petunias hybrid snaps,
flesh and the use of alcohol were behind it you will discover the weeks, run the last week free. STOLEN 3 hp Johnson Sea pansy, larkspur alyssum, holly
the greatest sins in our society basic sin of' selfishness. A man And Activities From $2.25 will pay for a 30 word Horse outboard motor from hock, carnations roses bulbs.

today to which I replied in the lies in order to protect himself.A advertisement for four weeks. Weathersby Iron and Metal Co. Pecan, pear, persimmon, and fig

1 negative.- I went on to say that the man kills in order to promote or THE RECREATION CENTERBy Use Suwannee Proven Democrat Results.ClassIfieds $75 reward for information trees. FRM Store FO 2-2155.
for leading to the Call
greatest sin which plagues socie- defend himself. A man curses in recovery. ccjj 36-39

ty today, as it has since man first order to assert himself. A man CHARLES PULLEY, Director FO 2-2535 or FO 2-1909. FOR SALE
steals in order to acquire for him- cge tf Allstate motorscooter
saw the light of day, is selfish-
as $25.00 cash See
ness. Selfishness was the sin self. Certainly there is nothing Little League basketball will begin day afternoon at the Old Armory. For Sale-Real Estate, Douglass High School parents and at Allbritton Brothers Tractor

which prompted our first parentsto sinful in protecting, promoting, this Thursday afternoon at Plans for the Student Recrea- patrons are urged to join their Co. pbbe 36-39

disobey God and eat of the defending, asserting, or acquiring 3:30. All boys between the ages tion Board are almost completeand Furnished house for sale or rent, P-TA now. We need your help.
fruit of the tree of the knowledgeof not until we put self in first of 11 and 12 years who are inter- elections will soon be held in and 2 furnished apartments at Call J. L. Bevel, principal FO 2- FOR SALE Haviland China,
good and evil. With hearts and place and our fellow man and Gob( ested in playing should come to eac hof the classes at the high Peacock Lake. Call FO 22319or 1192. cge tf Carlisle pattern. Six dinner

minds set firmly upon self, it was in second place. the Old Armory at 3:30: and bringor school for members to serve on FO 2-2935. cge tf plates, 8 each of salads, bread

their insatiable desire to "be like The biggest problem we face as wear basketball shoes. Four this board. This board will be and butter, soups cups, and
, God, knowing good and evil". Christians is net other people or teams will be organized and each comprised of a boy and girl from FOR SALE Almost new brick FOR RENTFOR saucers. Excellent condition.

y They were not satisfied with being other things, but self. It's easy to team will play a full game sche- each class who will meet with home on Pearl St. Three bed- RENT Downstairs front $120.00. Call FO 22683.

the creature they wantedto be master of other people and members of the Live OakSuwannee rooms, two tile bathrooms, car- apartment. Very comfortable, paej 36-37
be like the Creator! other things. It's extremely difficult dule.At the end of the season each County Recreation Board to port, storage room, and screen- convenient location. Call FO 2-

"So it is with all sins. The basic to be master of one's self. team will participate in a tourna- help plan programs for the high ed porch. Kitchen is beautifully 2208. cge tf AUCTION
ment. All games will be played at school students. paneled and has builtinovenand

the Coliseum on Saturday morn- Qualifications that must be met table-top-stove. Central FOR RENT Furnished two KARMA LIQUORS

UNITED FARM AGENCY ings. Practices will be each Thurs- before a person can be elected to heating. Call FO 2-1389 or FO bedroom house, gas cooking
2-1387. cie tf furnished. BAR-LOUNGE
heating. Water
this board are: active in their and

NATIONWIDE REAL ESTATE SERVICE And so the greatest sin in society church, respected by other students FOR SALE Three bedroom Two blocks west hospital on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2 p.m.
and faculty and must be old U. S. 90, Mrs. Houck's Cafe.
(within you and me) is the frame house, city sewerage and 4 Miles West Macclenny, Fla.
Announces the appoinment of Charles R. Locketo sin of selfishness. What is the interested in'Recreation Depart- In front of Leech's Self paej 36-37
its local branch office in Live Oak Florida. Of- ment gas. Hwy 90 half-way between Jacksonville -
cure? A college student had a signon programs. Service Laundry and Mary Jane. FOR RENT Unfurnished two
fice, on U.S. Highway 90 East, at city limits. the wall of his room which More adults are needed for the Market, 1102 5th St., two blocksof I bedroom house with gas heater. and Lake City, Fla. (Baker -

UNITED FARM AGENCY is now in its 38th read, "I AM THIRD". When ask- adult physical fitness program hospital. E. W. Kinzy, owner.: Wired for electric stove and County). Fully equipped air
which is held
at the Recreation
ed what this meant he replied, See any time, make offer. has hot water heater. Phone conditioned throughout restaur-
and sellers of ranches
year of service to buyers "God is first, my fellowman is Center each Thursday night. Be- pbgj 35-37
FO 2-2565. pbbe 36-39
ant. Seats 150 people. Ideal for
farms, country homes, recreational properties, acre- 1 I second, and I am third". When ginning this Thursday night a
ages and business properties from coast to coast, asked which was the first com- regular instructor will meet with FOR SALE Two bedroom homeon FOR RENT 40 acres of new I private club. All modern, includes

and ranks as the nation's largest advertiser of real mandment Jesus replied quoting the group for one hour. As the Newbern Road. Has kitchen, land suitable for watermelons. Real Estate. Approximately 1300

estate. Through its world-famous free catalog and from the Law, "Hear, 0 Israel; weather warms up this group will breakfast room, dining room, Contact E. W. Wilkerson WE feet Hwy 90 frontage. Lovely

consistently heavy year-round advertising in news- The Lord our God, the Lord is move out side to participate in living room, screened front 5-2987, Branford. paej 36-37 home, (7-COP) liquor license,
y : One; and you shall love the Lord team and individual sports. porch, carport and large garage ,
papers and other publications throughout the country your God with all your heart, and More lights have been orderedfor on 2 lots. Can FO 21535. FOR RENT One 3-bedroom can be moved anywhere in Baker

UNITED brings buyers from everywhere to with all your soul, and with all the Pony League and Tad- cbbe 35-38 : house, 1% miles west of city County. Easy terms: 20% down at
the communities it serves. your mind and with all your pole League baseball fields. Plans limits on Madison Road. Call Auction.
strength." The Apostle Paul elab- now call for two baseball fields FOR SALE Three bedroom FO 2-2360. cge tf
List property now with Charles R. Locke
your house in Pinewood Subdivision,
second with clay infields and one field GRISSOM-KEMP AUCTION CO
orated on Christ's com-
and have folks all across the nation as your potential with sinfield. C B Construction, call FO 2- FOR RENT Large building
mandment when he said "Let no a gras Work will 337 N. Ferncreek, Orlando
buyers! No charge for listing. UNITED's local rep- one seek his own good, but the begin soon enough this year so 3024 after 4 pjn. pge tf with gas heat, gas kitchen. Am- Phone 424-0954
Call FO 2-2791
ple parking. or
resentatives are dependable, licensed and bonded. good of his neighbor. Do nothing the fields will be ready for the F.H.A. Loans on 3 beautiful Lee see at Collins Court Apts. "Florida's Most Economical

e from selfishness or conceit, but in start of the regular baseball sea- Quality Homes, models 3 and 4 cbbe 37-40 Auctioneers"
UNITED humility count others better than son.The bedrooms. No down payment cdjj 37
3, Box 4 Live Oak, Florida yourselves." tennis courts will also receive required up to 30 years loan FOR RENT Furnished three
Phone: FOrest 2-1215, Residence How about a trip to-the barbershop some additional lights to 5ft% int. Built on your lot or room apartment, $40.00 month. FOR SALE Seven slightly used

Phone: FOrest 2-3205, Office I with me next Sunday morn- add to the ones already up. A new 1 acre anywhere for less than Also: want small bunk beds. monsters, like new. Guaranteedto
ing, say about eleven o'clock? swing set has also been purchasedby $60.00 monthly. Also, salesman Call FO 2-2568. pge 37 scare. Call Dr. Satan Allmar
the Recreation Department.This needed. For further informationcall Theatre. cge 37
is a medium size set that
will be between or write Frank Stewart, 9 Motor Rewinding FOR SALE OR RENT Three
large swingset
Box 408, 985-2931 or 985-1241. bedroom house on South Geor-
and the bay U swings.. Moultrie, Ga. pdie 37-40 Repairs and Rewinding gia Avenue at Haines Street.
The newspaper is the only me- Any Kind Electric Motor Contact F. J. Mobley, P. O. Box

dium people consult for a bUY- Business OpportunityFOR Also Sales and Service 30, telephone HUnter 3-6152
ing decision. CALL Madison, Fla., or contact C. H.
UcCuHers Electric Motor Repair Ratliff at Mary Jane Market.
....... ............ SALE; Gas station. Good Telephone Day PO 2-3278 pbig 37-40
A.1rpAArM.r i. .i tourist trade. Rt. 90, W. and Night FO 2-3326 \
FOR SALE 1957 house trailer
: Park St., in Lake City. 217 E. Howard St.
r a pcjj 36-39 36 x 8, 2 bedrooms full bath
4 Hunter Bros. Building
4 : i $1,695 cash. See at Morgan's
caj U
4 Trailer Park on W. Hwy 90 any
( day after 12 noon pbbe 37-40
( .
,J WANTED Colored tenants to FOR SALE Model H John
( ;:, live on small farm with sepa- Repair Remodel- Deere 2-row tractor with 18"

(( %jr .. rate living facilities. No chil- What does your home need? bottom plow and cultivator.

.4. __ .. dren. Both parties required to Additional room, garage,breeze- Price $300.00. Contact L. R.
do small jobs around the farm. way, siding, painting, roofing.We Blanton Rt. 1, Wellborn, Fla.

C. .. Small salary. Write Farm % welcome small jobs. Call Pie 37

.. ) Suwannee Democrat, P. O. Box for free estimates. Sansouci and FOR SALE 1 thoroughbredNew

: : 635, Live Oak, Fla. ccfJ 37-40 Son, FO 2-2505. ccjj 36-39 Hampshire male, 2 years

WANTED Beautiful girls for WORK WANTED-Builder, resi- old and 1 'possum, 'coon, and

: i Dr. Satan to burn -alive at the dential, commercial, industrial, rabbit dog. W. A. Lisle Dow-
Alimar Theatre on Wednesday, additions and altera- ling Park Rt. 5, Box 96-D, Live
We Invite You To Come By And repairs, 37
Oak Fla.
: Jan. 30 for the shrieks in the tions. Block, brick sidewalks, pge

i Who wants i night show. cge 37 driveways, plaster, drywall and FOR SALE Piled, fine. dry
Discuss Your Financial Needs With Us.
I roofing. Robert Williams Phone chicken fertilizer $6.00 per ton.
: your SALESMAN WANTEDReserve FO 2-2066. pbbe 36-39 You haul. Call FO 2-2923 or

FO 2-1219, Duffy's BroIler'.
OUR SERVICES INCLUDELOANS | Portrait? | Life Insurance Co., am- WANTED Farm, Suwannee Station.

ong the largest of its kind, has paej 37-38

: : EVERYBODY WANTS A openings for 2 salesmen to write WANTED TO RENT Perma- FOR SALE Bibles greeting

e PORTRAITOFSOMEONE e+ our new Medical and Hospital nent pastures, woods pastures, cards, etc. The Jacksoos, 121
t WE HAVE J Surgical Plan. People all ages, and farm .acreage for cows in Maple St., PO 21245.
guaranteed renewable. We don't Suwannee County. Phone FO 2-
paej 37-36
i GIFTCERTIFICATES !ii restrict your hours, work as manyor 2788. cge tf

FOR.. : as few as you wish. Top rate FOR SALE- All sizes of azaleas,
WANTED New subscribers to
i t commission plus renewals. We evergreens dogwood trees, small
Tallahassee Democrat. Daily
PURCHASE OF HOMES AND FARMS oo also, write life insurance up to age and large, shrubbery. Large assortment -
s and Sunday delivered to
FOR J your
75. In addition we have a special of camellias, several
REFINANCE OF EXISTING MORTGAGES hospital and surgical plan for home within city limits of Live balled and burlaped, 2% feet to
i VALENTINE f people with chronic ailments suchas Oak for $1.70 per month. Call 5 feet, good bloomers, regular
Arthur Tucker, FO 2-2038.
heart trouble and diabetes. No price $7.00 special price as longas
REPAIRS & ADDITIONS ON EXISTING HOMES waivers, they're safe to buy for pbbe 35-38 they last $3.95. Mrs. 8. C,

| dau stoker i I pre-exesting ailments. We furnish WANTED Listings on acreageIn Sansbury old Lake City Hi-

leads for our salesmen, people this are. For sale or trade. way, east of Live Oak.

a FIRST FEDERAL -. -. who are interested in our protec- Mrs. Nita Chesson representing pcfj 37-40

PHOTOGRAPHY tion. This especially goes for Marshall L Bailey, 1453A

*,,1'I'' ': SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION i i i'The No debit collection and ex-debit or books insurance to Gulf-To-Bay, Clearwater pbbe,35-38 Fla. SALESMAN

:t-t.tS1\\ft, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA : home of : Wonderful opportunity for ad-

: Satisfying Portraits i vancement to managers and supervisors Wonderful opportunity for licensed -
Members iin the Suwannee River Valley" within 60 days. For appointment LOST AND FOUND Insurance agent in Live Oak

: can Room 314. Suwannee and Lake City area. $_.GO
Federal Home Loan Bank System-Federal Savings& Loan Insurance Corporation
: 221 W. Howard St. : Hotel Live Oak. 7:30 am. to LOST-Giant unearthly monster, plus per week. Best guarantee

FO 2-1940 9 aon Friday, Jan. 25th, or come 7 feet tau. If seen notify Dr. In Florida. Call J. D. Parker,
-SERVING THE HEART OF THE SUWANNEE RIVER VALLEY : LIVE OAK, FLORIDA : in person same time. J. Fred Satan, Alimar Theatre. Do not collect In Tallahassee, Phone

: : Green. cdfb 37 try to capture. cge 37 222-4443. cdjj 9539THURSDAY
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT :Florida at the hour of 11:00 A. Moo I In-the ewrt home of Mid Conr S':
/ WELL TAKE THIS GOAL ) IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY offer for sale and sell to the highestand Live Oak. Fforiia. within aix ca'e' ?dar
County Agent's Column FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN best bidder for cash the follow- months from the tiMe of the fir-- I..b.HcatieD .
I ANt yOU GUYS TAKE RE: The Estate of ing described property to-wit: of this notice. Each c:aim < -
CARRIE MAE PATTISON, The Southwest Quarter of the demand than be m writing. and t" ;,
V THE OTHER. Deceased.NOTICE Southwest Quarter, Section 27 state the place of residence and J r' ,'.
DOWN TO EARTHBY TO CREDITORS Township 2 South. Range 15 East; office address of the cUimarr- {
All creditors of the Estate of Carrie and the South Half of Southeast han be sworn to by the claimarr *. t
V Mae Pattison, deceased, are hereby notified Quarter of Section 28. Township 2 agent, or attorney, sad any such -3;
and required to file any claim or demand South. Range 15 East; and the or demand not so filed hall be '.
PAUL CREWS 0s which they may have against said Northeast Quarter of the Northeast W. L. GrooverAs
estate in the Office of the County Judgeof Quarter. Section 33, Township 2 administrator of the FV. .
Suwannee County, Florida in the South. Range 15 East; and 12 Acres George Lester Groover dt, \
119-20. Court House at Live Oak Florida with- across the North side of the Northwest 3487 ?
Each year we have many requests in six (6) calendar months from the date Quarter of the Northeast
from farmers wanting to TOBACCO The varieties of t of the first publication of this notice. Quarter Section 33. Township 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD-
know the best varieties of field I tobacco recommended for Suwannee rI Each claim or demand must be filed in South Range 15 East, containing in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOrt
ii i'ff' !u'Nt duplicate, in writing and must state the the aggregate 172 acres, more or SUWANNEE'
crops to plant. Many times it is County for 1963 in the broad- 1 I 1!I i !I place of residence and post office of the less, lying and being in Suwannee COUNTY IN, FLORIDA CHANCERY.
claimant and must be to by the
difficult to answer these ques- leaf group are: NC 402 Golden hh 1 1t claimant, bis agent, or his sworn attorney or it The County.above:Florida.described property will be ZEPH FRANK L. FUTCH sad his wife,

tions, not knowing what varietiesthe Cure, McNair 12, McNair H-2, and / J will become void according to law. sold under and by virtue of that Orderof FUTCH.Plaintiffs,
I lit I S/ J. Pomeroy CarterAdministrator the above-styled Court enteredby
farmers have been plantingin NC 95. In the mediumtonarrowleaf as vs.
the Honorable R. H. Rowe. Circuit
E. B. ANDERSON.Defendant..
the past, or what his desiresare group we have Florida 22, 37-40 Judge. The terms of said sale win be .

of yields and : + '!;,. ." Hicks White Gold, and Coker llllHIllitIq for cash. NOTICE TO DEFEND
quality of products 80F.It TRADE NAME LAW Special Master B. Anderson, if said Defends-'
therefore H/ is our recommendation that TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 36-37 living and if said Defendant ;
; so : '. { is i't j '" "
we have rY.: ;%iN.r., .'. ,/.,. the farmers plant the varieties of : signed Notice, pursuant is hereby to given the that fictitious the under name IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY grantees ed the unknown creditors spouse or heirii other \ "
I'tr" a
come up with J, 7' corn, peanuts and tobacco listed statute. Chapter %20953 or Section 865.- JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY claiming by, through under or acs- ,
.f, I 09. Florida Statutes 1941 will register FLORIDA IN PROBATE.IN such deceased Defendant
< al1\ 3
field crop ;.; r ;0'I. above. There are other varieties II with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in RE: Estate of if dead their unknown heirs do I'
ommendat i rec-I"'.:"."' ,, that will possibly produce good ; and for Suwannee County Florida upon H. B. Bailey. legatees or grantees; and all IMhavfog -"''"r a
receipt of proof of publication of this Deceased.To .
yields and good quality but these or clateiair to have any t"1'-:'-'
for 1963. 'hW-' notice the fictitious name to-wit: All Creditors and Persons Having title or interest in the property.. -, .
We first might' :' varieties listed above have been Stan's 66" Service Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: in described, to-wit:
+', ., jP 1 under which I will engage in business.I You and each of yon are hereby notified Lot 3. Block 7. Railroad it
tried for number of on :
a years
add that inMtti' L expect to engage in business in Live and required to present any claims to the City of Live Oak. )Ad.ii. ". z, ,
choosing the. ; k/? experimental plots throughout \ Oak. Florida and my address is Highway or demands which yon, or either of being in Snwannee County F'.'rid-i .
y kt \ 90 West. you, may have against the estate of and in Section tt. Town ,
.l North Florida. These are the ones -tllp
kind of crop The extent of ownership is entire. H. B. Bailey, deceased late of said South Range 18 East:
be grown there are several char- that our Experiment Station CHARLES STANFORD County to the County Judge of Suwannee You sad each of you arc h" -
that should keep in scientists recommend for this 1963.Dated this 4th day of January A.D. County Florida at his office in the severally notified that Frank T, }' ,., ,,
acteristics we court house of said County at Live Oak. and hi. wife Zeph Fntch. file] { 't-.
mind: ()1 the growth cycle of the area. We trust that our farmers 1 35-38 CHARLES STANFORD Florida within six calendar months worn Complaint in the Circuit U
(2) the growing season will take this result and do the from the time of the first publicationof of Sawannee County Florida, ee "
crop,' i l this notice. Each claim or demand you and each of yon as D"r'rd i .
(3) adaptation to soil and climate best job possible with them on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE shall be in writing and in duplicateand seeking to quiet the title of the I".. .t-
this will THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF shall state the place of residenceand tiffs to the above described
of the crop, (5) yield their farms. We believe real I T
(4) uses FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN- post office address of the claimant erty located in Sawannee toun'i .
and quality of the harvested be of benefit to our, people. Plow-Plant Unit Beulah Club Meet NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYJIM and shall be sworn to by the fdLYou
and (6) resistance to insects ROE. claimant agent, attorney, and any are further hereby notified "
product Plaintiffvs. such claim or demand not so filed shall the return day of this Notice '
diseases, and nematodes.The Is ReScheduledThe DIVORCE be void.Ruby fend is February llth. 1.6?. and trLIT! ., .
following varieties of major SuwanneeHigh Set For monthly meeting: of the WILLIE C. ROE Bailey ball on said date serve a corn "f"
ShowingA DefendantTO As administrator of the Estate of defense if any. upon Alfred T A'f'J.,
field crops grown in Suwannee Beulah Community Improve- : Willie C. Roe whose address resi- H. B. Bailey deceased Attorney for Plaintiffs. whose ari ills { __
County are listed usually in the plow-plant demonstrationhas ment Club scheduled for Thursday dent and residence is unknown. 34-37 P. O. Box 427 .Live Oak } I 1".1,
You are hereby notified that a Com- and immediately thereafter file th. -
order of preference and they are been scheduled for 2 pjn. Jan. 24, has been post- plaint for a divorce has been filed in IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ginal of same in the office of the i ', T..
the above named Court and you are JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY of the Circuit Court .,
of the
above "
poned until Thursday, Jan. 31. t< 1
Feb. 7 the
follows: Thursday on Henry
as required to serve a copy of your Answeror FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. Court: otherwise a Decree Pro C..,,;, '
CORN Florida 200, Dixie 18, MenuJanuary Ward and Sons Farm in the New The reason for the postpone- Pleading to the Complaint upon the IN RE: Estate of will be entered against you.
Jackson Coker 67, and Coker 71. Harmony Community. The Su ment is because of the previously Plaintiff's Attorney Wm. Randall George Lester Groover WITNESS one of the Honorable C
I Slaughter P. O. Box 508. Live Oak. Deceased. euit Judges of the Third Judi. ul I t -
For white varieties if there are 24 through January 30 wannee River Soil Conservation scheduled Florida Feeder Pig Florida and file the original in the office To All Creditors and Persons Having cult of Florida .. well as the n'rk farmers desiring to plant this District is sponsoring the plant- Sale tonight (Thursday). of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: the Circuit Court all on the tit h r<
on or before the 15th day of February. You and each of you are hereby noti of January. D. 1963.LAVAUGHN .
kind Coker 811-A and Coker 811 THURSDAY ing according to J. Dan Ross, A. D. 1963, if you care to contest the fied and required to present any claims A. SESSIONS
recommended. same, otherwise the allegations of the and demands which you, or either of Clerk Circuit Court
varieties Chicken
the only chairman of the local board.
are Complaint will be taken as confessed yon, may have against the estate of Suwannee County Florida
For short-season hybrids for Creamed Corn Several different makes of McAlpin Advent Church by you. George Lester Groover, deceased, late (SEAL)
off Done and ordered in Live Oak. Su- of said County, to the County Judge of By Geraldine )I. Gamble
hogging Salad D t
combining early or Tossed planters will be demonstrated by
Group To View Film wannee County, Florida this 15th day Suwannee County, Florida, at his office 3598
early. Debalk 805, Pioneer 310, Plain Jello Syrup the manufacturers. This type of of January, A. D. 1963.

Coker 15, Funk G-144, and US 13. Rolls Butter Milk planting has been used for yearsin The members of the McAlpin (SEAL) Lavaughn A. Sessions

Farmers should plant only enoughof FRIDAY the mid-western states where Advent Christian Church will viewa Clerk of Circuit Court CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
film on the Life of Christ on Suwannee County, Florida
off -
these early hogging Fish Sticks soil blowing and moisture are 36-39
, Sunday evening. The film the
to last until the regular sea- SquashCarrotCabbage critical factors. ENGINEERSFOR
son hybrids come in. Salad Ross stated that farmers using third in a series of twelve por- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' LP OR NATURAL GAS
trays the life of Christ in vivid THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
PEANUTS -The runner varie- Coconut Cake this method here would accom- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUWAN- We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw .
ties listed are: Early Dixie, and Bread Butter Milk plish two things: labor saving on realism and is an inspiration to NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY blueprints for your central heating and ait conditioning needs

Va. Bunch 67. The Spanish varie- MONDAY land preparation and virtual elim- view. LONNIE TILLIS PARTITION HUTCHINGSON PROCEEDINGS and for LP and Natural Gas.

ties are Argentine Starr and Dix- I Pork and Gravy ination of soil blowing. In plow The series will be part of the LOIS TILLIS COURSON, We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
evening worship beginning at 7pjn. Plaintiffs customer prefers.
ie. The Virginia varieties are the initial
Mashed Potatoes planting operation opens TI!.
on Sunday. Everyone is invited SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
Florigiant NC 2, and Georgia Tossed Salad a furrow and plants at the
to attend. Rev. W. C. Nick- Defendant
Apple Sauce Syrup same time. Soil on either isde of NOTICE OF SALE
Rolls Butter Milk the furrow is left undisturbed.The erson is pastor. Notice is hereby given that I, J. W. W. C. COPELAND JR. I
Bryson, as Special Master, will on Saturday ,
LOW INTEREST TUESDAY site for the demonstrationis the 26th day of January, A. D.
located about one-half mile 1963 at the front door of the Suwan- HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
LONG TERM Ravioli (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) nee County Court House in Live Oak,
Dried Blackeyed Peas north of Taylor's Store and west

Federal Land Carrot Sticks of the Mayo Road on a paved

Fruit CUpChocolate county road. Signs will be placedon
Bank Loans Cake the Mayo Road locating the

Bread Butter Milk turn off on the day of the dem-
CONTACT WEDNESDAYHot onstration. '


Cheese Wedge
County Group .. .
Telephone Tomatoes Green Beans and Rice Schedules Meeting

FO 2-1525 I Pineapple Salad The Suwannee County unit of '.. .

Buns Butter Milk the American Cancer Society will p.
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meet at the home of Mrs. Morgan F1 F1LETTER
Miller 612 Demorest St., Mondayat :

1 p.m.Health. <.
chairmen of the Home I

Demonstration Clubs are requested -

COMPLETE SYSTEMS to attend. The chairman of the

INSTALLED & FINANCED unit requested that members
bring old sheets and pillow cases

DISTRIBUTORS FOR to be used as bandages.

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS Azaleas last longer if they are

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. kept out of the direct sunlight in

the coolest room in the house. To HEADS FORMS MAILERS -
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS avoid overheating keep the plants WHATPRINTING








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I- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Florida, at the bear of 1144 A. M.. lathe court ..... of said Cm-
/ WElL TAKE THIS GOAL IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY offer for sale and' sell to the bigbrvt Lire Oak. Florida, wKhfe six ra'. i
County Agent's Column FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN and best bidder fw cash the foflrw- months from the tIMe of the fir'
I AND you Gays TAKE RE: The Estate of lug described property, to-wit: Beatlao of this wfcc. Each C'".
CARRIE MAE PATTISON, The Southwest Quarter of the demand shall be in writing an
\ THE OTH R. Deceased. Southwest Quarter. Section V. Mate tile plies of residence a--
DOWN TO EARTH NOTICE TO CREDITORS Township 2 Sotrth. Range 15 East: off ee address of the claims -
All creditors of the Estate of Carrie and the Soeth Half of Southeast shun be sworn to by the daimar.
Mae Pattieon deceased, are hereby noti- Quarter of Section 18, TowMbip X agent, or attorney, and any "u<,*-
fied and required to file any claim or de- South Ranee IK Salt; *** the or demand not so filed shall hi
BY PAUL CREWS vLv mand which they may have against said Northeast Quarter of the 9tfceat W. L. Groover
estate in the Office of the County Judge Quarter Section 38 TowmbHp As administrator of the F:,-.
of Suwannee County. Florida in the South Range 16 East; and IX Acres George Lester Groover. a.
Each have 119-20. 1 Court House at Live Oak Florida within I across the North ride of the Northwest 3487LN
year we many requests six (6) calendar months from the date Quarter of the Northeast
from farmers wanting to TOBACCO The varieties of of the first publication of this notice. Quarter Section 38. Township 2 THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRO
know the best varieties of field tobacco recommended for Suwannee S Each claim or demand must be filed in South. Range 16 East. contaJafa tn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: IN AND J'CM
duplicate, in writing and must state the the aggregate 17X acres, more or SUWANNEE
crops to plant. Many times it is County for 1963 in the broad- place of residence and post office of the less lying and being in Suwaswe iii'ix FLORIDAW
difficult to answer these ques- leaf group are: NC 402, Golden claimant and must be sworn to by the County, Florida. FttAKK L. FETCH sad his wif.IEFH .>
claimant, his his
itft agent or attorney or it The above described property will W
tions, not knowing what varieties Cure, McNair 12, McNair H-2, and t : will become void according to law. sold under and by vistas of that Order FUTCH.Plaintiffs.
the farmers have been plantingin NC 95. In the medium-to-narrow- S/ J. Pomeroy Cartel'Administntor of the above-styled Court .. catered .. .
by the Honorable R. H. Rowe, draft E. B. ANDERSON
the past, or what his desiresare leaf group we have Florida 22, S'i-40 Jodge. The terms of said sate will be Defendant.NOTICE .

of yields and 1 Hicks, White Gold, and Coker for cash. TO DEFEND
quality of 80-F. TRADE NAME LAW Matter E. B. Anderson if said Defrnd
nets; so there'yo ; i It is our recommendation that. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 36-E7 living and if said Defendant i< ':.-
; Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ( spouse
havexiJ J.\ the farmers plant the
fore we k to the fictitious
:p, pursuant name IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ftiaalees. creditors, or other
come up with f 7, corn, peanuts, and tobacco listed statute, Chapter 20958. or Section $65.- JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY dateinc by. through under <,r "\:
11' : I 09, Florida Statutes 1941. will register FLORIDA IN PROBATE.IN wen deceased Defendant if
field crop rec- <. .; ,. + above. There are other varieties with the Clerk of the Circuit Cort in RE: Estate of if dead their unknown her. ', '
ommendat i o n s-. I that will possibly produce good. and for Suwannee County Florida upon H. B. Bailey, l...... or grantees: and a'': :
receipt: of proof of publication of this
lor 1963. yields and good quality but these I Deceased.To having or claiming to have nr)\ "
: notice the fictitious
'?; I name : AH Creditors and Persons Having title or interest in the pi'rr t\ -
We first might)0", z, varieties listed above have been ( Stan's "66" Service Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: in described to-wit:
add that in :; tried for a number of years on under I whkh I will engage in bvsmess. I You and each of yon are bmby notified Lot I. Block 7. Railroad AH' ,
expect to engage in basiaee in Live
and required to present eldest. to the City of Live ,
any Oak. I Km
;j _ -
c h o o si n g the ;' experimental plots throughout Oak 90 West.Florida and my address is Highway or demands which you, or either of hems hi Suwannee County rand '"
t.I\7 the you, may have against the estate of in Section XX. Towr.r,
kind of crop to y North Florida. These are ones The extent of ownership is entire. H. B. Bailey, deceased late of said South. Hangs 13 East:
be grown there are several char- that our Experiment Station CHARLES STANFORD County, to the County Judge of Snwan You and each of you n t
Dated this 4th day of January A.D. nee County' Florida at his office in the severally notified
that Prank
that we should keep in scientists recommend for this 19 61. 1 1
court house of said County at Live Oak. and his wife. Zeph Patch. filr< .-
mind: ()1 the growth cycle of the area. We trust that our farmers i $5-8 CHARLES STANFORD Florida, within six calendar months sworn Complaint in the Cir:nr '
growing season. will take this result and do the from the time of the first publication .* Sowannee County Florida -.-
crop' (2) Uiit1J of this notice. Each claim or demand yon and each of yon aa IV.eeking .
(3) adaptation to soil and climate best job possible with them on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE shaH be in writing, and in duplicateand to quiet the title of t h, '
of the crop. (5) yield their farms. We believe this will THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF shaH state the place of residence tan to the above described rrn'' ,
(4) uses FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUWAN and post office address of the claimant my located in Suwannee CountMa \ 1
and quality of the harvested be of benefit to our people. Plow-Plant Unit Beulah Club Meet NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYJIM and shall be sworn to by the ,
and (6) resistance to insects R ROE, claimant agent, attorney ad any You are further hereby notifir- -
product Plaintiff such claim or demand not eo filed shall the return day of this Notre .
diseases and nematodes.The Is Re-Scheduled vs. DIVORCE be void.Ruby fond h February Hth, 1161. nr.shall t
following varieties of major SUVanneeHigll Set For The monthly meeting of the WILLIE C. ROE Bailey on said date serve a copy '
ShowingA DefendantTO As defense,
administrator of the Estate of if any. upon Alfred T \
field crops grown in Suwannee Beulah Community Improve : Willie C. Roe whose address resident H. B. Bailey deceased Attorney for Plaintiff, whose a' "
the and residence is unknown. sc.n is P. O. Box 427. live Oak
County are listed usually in plow-plant demonstrationhas ment Club scheduled for Thurs- You and f
are hereby notified that a Complaint tassnediately thereafter filr tvgiaal -
order of preference and they are been scheduled for 2 pin. day, Jan. 24, has been post- for a divorce has been filed in IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of same in the office of ih. ,
the above named Court and you are JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY, of the Circuit Court .
of the aho\c
until 31.
Feb. 7 the poned Thursday, Jan.
follows Henry
as : Thursday, on
required to serve a copy of your Answeror FLORIDA IN PROBATE.IN Court: otherwise a Decree Pro C '
CORN Florida 200, Dixie 18, MenuJanuary Ward and Sons Farm in the New The reason for the postpone- Pleading to the Complaint upon the RE: Estate of will he entered against yon r

Jackson Coker 67, and Coker 71. Harmony Community. The Su ment is because of the previously Plaintiff's Attorney, Wm. Randall George Lester Groover. WITNESS one of the Honorable T
Slaughter. P. O. Box 508. Live Oak. Deceased. cult lodges of the Third Jndi, ,
For white varieties if there are 24 through January 30 wannee River Soil Conservation scheduled Florida Feeder Pig Florida and file the original in the office To An Creditors and Persons Having nit of Florida, as well as the C'n, .k
farmers desiring to plant this District is sponsoring the plant- Sale tonight (Thursday). of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: the draft Court all on the <,.-
before the 15th of You and
on or day February. each of you are hereby notified of January A. D. 1313.LAYAUGHIt .
kind Coker 811-A and Coker 811 TIIURSDAY ing according to J. Dan Ross, A. D. 1963, if you care to contest the and required to present any claims A. SESSION
varieties recommended. Fried Chicken same, otherwise the allegations of the and demands which you or either of Clerk draft Court
are the only chairman of the local board.
will be taken confessed ,
Complaint have
as you may against the estate of Sowannee Coanty, Flon.'i
For short-season hybrids, for Creamed Com Several different makes of McAlpin Advent Church by you. George Lester Groover, deceased, late off Done and ordered in Live Oak, Su- of said County, to the County Judge of By Geraldine .
combining early, or hogging Tossed Salad planters will be demonstrated by )( Gambl.] '
Group To View Film wannee County, Florida this 15th day I Suwannee County, Florida at his office 35-88
early, Debalk 805, Pioneer 310, Plain Jello Syrup the manufacturers. This type of of January, A. D. 1963. I
Funk G-144 and US 13. Butter Milk The members of the McAlpin (SEAL)
Coker 15, Rolls planting has been used for years Lavaughn A. Sessions
Farmers should plant only enoughof FRIDAY in the mid-western states where Advent Christian Church will viewa Clerk of Circuit Court CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
film the Life of Christ Suwannee Florida
on on County
off -
these early hogging Fish Sticks soil blowing and moisture are 36-39
to last until the regular sea- SquashCarrotCabbage critical factors. Sunday evening. The film the ENGINEERSFOR

in. third in a series of twelve, por- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
son hybrids come Salad Ross stated that farmers using LP OR NATURAL GAS
trays the life of Christ in vivid THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
PEANUTS -The runner varie- Coconut Cake this method here would accom- FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN- We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw

ties listed are: Early, Dixie, and Bread Butter Milk plish two things: labor saving on realism and is an inspiration to NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY blueprints for your central heating and alt conditioning needs!

Va. Bunch 67. The Spanish varie- MONDAY land preparation and virtual elimination view. LONNIE TILLIS PARTITION HUTCHINGSON PROCEEDINGS and for LP and Natural Gas.

ties are Argentine Starr and Dix- Pork and Gravy of soil blowing. In plow The series will be part of the LOIS TILLIS COURSON, We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
worship beginning at 7p.m. Plaintiffs customer prefers.
ie. The Virginia varieties are the initial evening
Mashed Potatoes planting operation opens vs.LORETTA.
on Sunday. Everyone is invited SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
2 and Georgia TILLIS.
Florigiant, NC Tossed Salad a furrow and plants at the
to attend. Rev. W. C. Nick- Defendant
Apple Sauce Syrup same time. Soil on either isde of i NOTICE OF SALE
Rolls Butter Milk the furrow is left undisturbed.The erson is pastor. Notice is hereby given that I, J. W. W. C. COPELAND JR.
Bryson, as Special Master, will on Saturday ,
LOW INTEREST TUESDAY site for the demonstrationis the 26th day of January A. D.
located about one-half mile 1963, at the front door of the Suwan- HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
LONG TERMFederal Ravioli (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) nee County Court House in Live Oak,
Dried Blackeyed Peas north of Taylor's Store and west

Land Carrot Sticks of the Mayo Road on a paved

Fruit CuPChocolate county road. Signs will be placedon

Bank Loans Cake the Mayo Road locating the

Bread Butter Milk turn off on the day of the dem-
CONTACT WEDNESDAYHot onstration. '

LOCAL OFFICE Cheese Dogs Wedge County Cancer. Group SEE US FOR ALL TYPES

Green Beans
Tomatoes and Rice Schedules MeetingThe
FO 2-1525 r
Suwannee unit of
Pineapple Salad County

I Buns Butter Milk the American Cancer Society will

meet at the home of Mrs. Morgan

Miller, 612 Demorest St., Mondayat

1 pm.Health.
IRRIGATION chairmen of the Home i
0 1
Demonstration Clubs are requested -

COMPLETE SYSTEMS to attend. The chairman of the

unit requested that members
bring old sheets and pillow cases

DISTRIBUTORS FOR to be used as bandages.

DEMING TURBINE PUMPS Azaleas last longer if they are

CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. kept out of the direct sunlight in

the coolest room in the house. To LETTER HEADS FORMS MAILERS -
S. ELECTRIC MOTORS avoid overheating, keep the plants WHATPRI11TING.








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