Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
January 31, 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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R t'. 1' {j THINKm OUT LOUD I. Officials I Youths Five Suwannee ArrestedOn Suwannee River Dam

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,1,t, {1.' Carroll Breaking Rap
Great potential. Project Is Completed
I : Comment has been made here Five Suwannee County

"I from time to time that this coun- youths were arrested and

; ty's great potential appears to be jailed for breaking into -
,:1: a'development of a strong livestock Home, Humphries, Bonds store on the Mayo Road Men's Fellowship Engineers Low Water Level
r industry. Thus it is good to see and Say
Tuesday stealing
the proposal made that this county over Group To Meet

: I! ,"' enter into a five year promotion Road Supervision Needs Change $200 worth of groceries The Community Men's Fellowship Holds To
t hardware and cash. Key Experiment's
I project that has as its goal
The firing of Road will meet tonight
!1 livestock Harvey Two of the youths were juve-
the establishment of a
t''' ( industry in this county that will roll in a heated 3-2 split of the Board of County niles. The other three were iden- Christian(Thursday Church) at and the hear Advent an experimental dam at Suwannee Springs appears

has sioners on Saturday, Jan. 19,. has aroused tified as Jimmy Reeves Marvin to be
t far overshadow anything that address from Nelson B. Melvin, doing what optimistic engineers predicted it would
been done from an .agricultural controversy about the wisdom of the decision. Smith, and Erwin Jenkins. All new pastor of the Advent Chris- do raise the water level of the Suwannee River.
standpoint. Commissioner Marvin Horne made the five boys have previous criminal tian Church. Sources however that
histories. say, proper tests for which the
I it t It goes without repeating that eliminate Carroll's duties. Supper will be served at 7 dam built
p.m. was cannot be made until low
I thisnewspaper supports and endorses missioner Bill Bonds Reeves, Smith, and Jenkins I R1i/L 1.-. _a u___. .water..._. level..
have each been placed under $1- 1I4UJ Hit VkUlCi.ll, lUtin water OU
f\ such a plan and a glance Jennings Native the motion and
500 bond. Brown is the Suwannee, caverns and underground
Judge Reece -
J'(I at recent editions, including the Curtis Humphries voted holding the juvenile accomplicesfor Kiwanis Club streams are filled, pro
1" one for this week; gives clear indication Named Assistant majority. juvenile court. viding no outlet for the river's
of this Commissioners Lamar ,excess water, they said.
The robbery occurred 14 miles
,E I recall some 10 years ago a and Laure B. Roberson from Live Oak on the Mayo Road Engineers had hoped the dam

:? ,S corn promotion on a small scale County AgentFred against the measure. at a business establishment HousewifeClub would be completed before rates
County -
:V sponsored by the, Suwannee to add' produced a written known as Taylor's Store but own- McAlpin raised the river level. But con-

i'r Chamber of Commerce DeVane a resident of Jen- protest which he read ed and operated by Mrs. Steve struction was delayed by kite
fir emphasis to increased corn acreage nings, has been named to succeed board minutes and Harrell. shipment of the steel pilings and

and yields. This modest start Merle E. Palmer as assistant mately appeared quoted in Lewis said Mrs. Harrell called Presents 'Citizen's9 AwardTo the rains came too early. If the

helped in a small way to get corn county agent. Palmer resigned recently the Democrat.In him about six o'clock Tuesday rains had held off one week the

production on the way and today be to enter the University of his protest, Hancock morning and complained that Mrs. Haas Hears Tax ChiefThe dam would have been completedin
the average yield is said that he "could not in time for the early tests to have
someone had stolen all of her
more than four times what it was science, at my first or and considerable quantity -. Kiwanis been made.
just 10 years ago. money presented a Distinguished Citizen's According to Harry Roberts,
I4 board meeting, vote to fire
It does not take too much im- who has of bulk items. Award to Mrs. Fred Haas of McAlpin and heard an ad- executive secretary of the Su-

agination to visualize what livestock his duties apparently in a manner The sheriff said that as he dress by Calvin Schmahl, chief of the Field Audit Branchof wannee River Valley Authority,
; could be 10 years drove up to the scene one of the one large dam has
production i the Internal Revenue Service. been proposed -
>: tory to seven previous
hence if promotion such as plan- .mot the 1 juveniles who had participated 1.- Schmahl briefly discussed the income tax in the vicinity of BHaville -
the majority of new
robbery walked up and con-
ned sells the potential of this area He noted that no road to the crime and identified i lations. He said the primary if this experiment proves a
I. and success.
in the production of hogs intendent can build other boys. Lewis said that I change in the rules is in the am-
tIe. roads unless the board ount of substantiation requiredto Minstrel Show To Final Inspection
afterwards he found the es-
'i of the plan according Final inspection by a diver to
Objective is to show that by ____ : : rights of way. provides car pulled off the side of the verify reports sent into the ser- Feature 'End Men9 test the dam was scheduled Wed-
If to the sponsors
:. planning and breeding it will bepossible grants equipment him and the necessary personnel The vehicle had appar- vice.deductible The changes items have in taxable minor and significance Rehearsals are now in full nesday but results were not known

for farmers of this coun- developed engine trouble swing for the Feb. 14-15 edition at Democrat press time.

ty to have,,a steady weekly income ity.Commissioners Home been deserted by the thieves, He gave, he an said.example of how to of the Suwannee (Sing- However, state engineers to

)1 from Florida swine and is and gaining with cattle.increasing this daily in growth needS population Ma ill-handled county's and Humphries road and program agree neglected was 10)I "We said.youths owned got a were by tip Mattox hiding that the in Ward rest a pas-on of tions.handle account food under costs the on new an expense regula- Along old Besides minstrels) Minstrel.the can fun be which a select good dive dam charge A last preliminary would of Wednesday the pass Job inspection inspection felt, Jan.certain 23,by discovered the a-

comes an ever the of Carroll. He said the report group of variety acts will be
supervision expense
Mayo Road Lewis continued.He
and demand for beef and pork. Neglects Duties must show the cost of the meal, featured on the bilL The Pat- flashboards In four sections -
said he and his deputies sur- in the
In fact today much of Florida'ssupply Home said that it name of the restaurant and city, terson Sisters singing trio, and deepest channel ,of
the four boys who were the river that flush
of these items are being him that Carroll was date, type of food consumed, and Helen Smuts' rendition of "BillBailie" were not on
furrowed in the tall grass the bottom. This
take was remediedby
is to
shipped into the state. s' the and occupation of the are just a sample few.
his duties.
shrub in the pasture. driving vertical flashboards in
_ advantage of this increasing de- lE y, __ For those who enjoy the sing
un "TVA got roads in my- "This is about half of the man who had the meal. these four sections.
has been i
muua4 thatthe-crogram '.-FRED.De VANE '- that-jnust .bev,done over around town that be For travel expenses, the per- along tunes second choruses Depth Readings
Pi,f devised here. of inferior work* he said. to this club called the 'Sa- son must retain a receipt for the will feature sins along by the Prank Mohler, chief
i To mount a program as comprehensive Florida and undertake graduate .audience.
here Horne said he had Angels'," Lewis declared. lodging he deducts, and if possible for the Division of Water Roiittr-
as that planned study program. against Carroll personally. the method of transportation. See what happens when Leon
said his
"There are some more that be- ces first specific teet
is going to call for a sizeable workon sum The 27-year-old Hamilton felt that 34 years service to it including two girls," he Wooley Bully Helvenston Dan will be to take depth readings at

of money and considerable local County native will assume Palm- enough and the county "All of them are the trash Schmahl told the club that the Stainer and Barney Deese perform gauges on the river and at walk
the part of a number of er's duties with the boys' 4-H "end men".
younger man. the town." Jacksonville-North Florida dis- farther back. A study of three
citizens. program in the county. 'Home explained that trict of the Internal Revenue Ser .
"We know more about their ac- readings should show what effect
I think this is an opportunityfor DeVane graduated in 1958 from was released from duty than they think we do. vice is the fastest growing district the dam is having at the current

those with a stake in this Berry College in Rome, Ga., witha ducted from the payroll if they don't disband, ni hi the nation. This district collected Advent Christian high water level he said.

county, not only business men but degree in general agriculture. any formal notice because them in jail in the next few over a billion and a half Mohler said that at this stege

lay citizens; to have a part in a.. Upan graduation he went to workas attitude toward the ," he charged. dollars in 1962, he said. of high water, he can not form

project that is certain to pay | assistant herdsman on an Angus ers who fired him.Injustice. The speaker noted that the Church Welcomes any opinion on whether the dam

dividends in the future. cattle ranch in South Florida. Done -, more than $100 billion in revenue is working.No. .

_ Already organizations 01 the After completing a year's tour Board Chairman Smoke Summons collected from income tax in 1962is New PastorThe ( 6 Continued on Pare 10))
county have begun to participate of duty in the Army, in 1960, De- "I think Mr. Carroll was 2,000 times greater than the
in the plan by pledging funds to Vane returned to his hometownof services'
I injustice. They should have amount collected in the
_ pay the cost of has the agreed Jennings and accepted a posi- him 60-90 days notice. Fire Department first year of operation in 1862. Christian congregation Church welcomed of the Advent their Mayor Continues

Lamar Hancock tion as vocational agriculture Roberson said the board However, administrative costs of new pastor and his family at an
and is now
serve as chairman teacher at Jennings High School.
the have declined
have hired an assistant to WardThe collecting money informal coffee hour Wednesday
busy lining up financial supportfor 1. He has been a special studentat under Carroll until such Hospital proportionately, he added. and at the morning and even- Accident CaseSuwannee
the venture. the University of Florida and
the commission felt the Mrs. Haas, who received the Kiwanis .
fire answered ing services
c is great, the opportunity department on Sunday. Jan. 27.Iii
The potential contributionto has completed six hours toward amaster's I was capable of holding urgent call at the Suwannee award from Rev.J. W. Bail-
to make a degree in agricultural YouthMayor
future is present. job."I Hospital Monday at 3:55: lie, chairman of the club's public
the county's education.
t feel that Mr. Carroll's when smoke billowed into affairs committee, has been a
is for the citizenry
All that remains DeVane has a wife who is cur- "
has been outstanding, maternity ward. I leader in Suwannee County. Mayor J. Marvin Phillips Monday -
of the county to get behind rently attending Valdosta State asserted. "He has leaned Fire Chief T. W. Roper said She is a member of the Suwannee continued until next week a
will be
c the movement and success College where she expects to graduate backwards to do the best smoke was caused by a burned County Farm Bureau, and has case involving a local youth arrested -

assured.I in June.Douglass.. could with the materials motor in the hospital's heat- served as its director. She is alsoa and jailed for craahing into -

equipment he. had available. system. He said the mishap member and has served as the rear of a parked car Saturday -
been asked if the -
I have in last week's Glee Club The chairman said he likely due to an electrical director of the Suwannee tcr night in front of the A & W
that appeared '
to take funds out'of his County Fair Association. In ad- Root Beer stand on South Oftt
Commissioner Sets TV
i issue written by DebutThe road-paving budget to Roper said there was only a (No. 4 Continued on Page 10)) -I .
Hancock paid for by Ave.The
Lamar was Douglass High School, salary for an assistant to amount of smoke damage youth was identified as

the county.It Glee Club is scheduled to appear under Carroll. no flame involved. One pa- Admiral Henry McCullers. He did

would be hard to estimate on the Kent Knight Showon He added however, was in the ward when the Fair Association not appear in court. The mayor
the number of times this point Channel 4 television
at 9:30 three commissioners who occurred.On ( allowed McCullers to go to workuntil
has been clearly stated by this Sunday morning. fire Carroll refused this Monday Jan. 21. firemen the case was heard.

ters newspaper.of public Such interest items are and mat-for According to J. L. Bevel, Train Younger Man called to Lake City to assist Pledges $LOOO To Police Chief Elwood Howardwas
principal of Douglass '
High Commissioner Bonds said squelching a blaze in Baker's eye witness to the accident.
matters of public interest there is School the glee club will sing he had suggested several Warehouses. Livestock He testified that McCullers entered -

never a charge. a series of religious songs In a the past that a younger Roper said the warehouse had ProjectDirectors Ohio Avenue from Johnson

_ Hancock's statement was an "salute to the progress of Su- hired to train under down before they arrived of the Suwannee Street and headed north smashing -

official act as a public servant of wannee County schools": *. the board had failed to act. the building and contents REV. NELSON B. MELVIN his 1962 Chevrolet into the
and naturally was car- County Fair Association en-
the county In addition Bevel will speakon
explained that when a total loss. The chief add- rear of a parked car.
ried in this newspaper as a public the new certification stand- board was called before the that firemen were able to dorsed the proposed Live The Rev. and Mrs. Nelson B. Howard said he sent MeCaHers

matter of interest to the peo- ards that must be met by Jury recently for neglecting warehouse next to the one that save stock Promotion here Friday Melvin with their three sons to the hospital with his slaters to

_ ple.Many Florida schools. (No. 2 Continued on Page ) afternoon at their annual Paul. David and Daniel arrivedat have a cut on his chin treated.
times we have urged the newly decorated and fUrn-
meeting and pledged $1000 The chief said within a few
readers to use the columns of this ished parsonage at 320 N. Ohio
towards the project, to be minutes McCullers came back to

the newspaper This submitting offer Is letters seldom to Pig Sale Sets State RecordThe paid in $200 per year for the Avenue past eight on years Wednesday.the Melvin For have the the scene impudent In a rage and became"talked extremely -

but continue to offer five years the! promotion is
accepted we made. their home in Aurora HI., himself into the Jailhouse".
our columns to readers to dis- 1 1I expected to last. : where Rev. Melvin has served as
The parked 1969 Chev-
tin a
cuss public matters. buildings at the! made 'a special trip to this sale I thanked the men responsible for I Present officers of the associa- pastor of the Advent Christian rolet owned -
was by Sidney J.
I The columns of the Democrat Coliseum housing Thurs- at the request of the Departmentof the sale saying, Tn know whereto tion were re-elected to serve dur- Church and as the Aurora College Lord of Live Oak Both ears sustained -

will always be open to public officials day night's feeder pig sale Agriculture. come to get my feeder pigs ing 1963. Those renamed were Chaplain. extensive damages.

to explain their public were filled to overflowingwith According to County Agent Paul hereafter". Louie C. Wadsworth president; While pastor of the college Mayor Phillips said the ease

acts. At the same time we reserve both pigs and people.It Crews, 1,939 feeder pigs were sold Crews explained that although Robert Holmes vice president: church the membership reached will be heard next week.

the right to determine what is of was the largest feeder pig in the auction bringing a total of farmers did not receive top prices Paul Crews, secretary; Jack Bis- the 551 mark. An associate pastor I In other action before the cesrt

public interest and what falls in sale ever held hi Florida. 25515. Crews said this averaged for their pigs, they got a better pham treasurer; and T.J. Fletcher was added to the staff and the six offenders forfeited their beads.

the category of individual promo- The facilities for handling the $16.10 per hundred pounds. price at this sale than they Sr., general manager. Educational Building was completely George R Lilly colored forfeited

tion or .political enhancement. pigs were taxed beyond their Ray Smith a swill-feeding.operator could have received. Named to the board of direc- remodeled to provide for a $15 bond for .speeding. Jessie

normal capacity while spectators from Miami bought slightly Crews said the farmer sold at tors for 1963 were Bispham Ed nine additional Sunday Schoolrooms Aaron colored, and Loy Mitchell

_ Authority to reorganize the viewed the show from chairs over 1,400 of the best pigs.of- a higher price than he could have Butler, Tom Dobbins Crews Mrs. two nurseries a modern Casey were charged with reckless

Florida Army National Guard has ringed around the arena from fered. gotten elsewhere and the buyers Blake Lowe Fletcher, E. K. Hamilton kitchen and a church office and driving and forfeited $15 bonds.
been received and formal an- bleachers and from standing Mrs. OTJonald Hatch T. J. pastor's study.In .
bought every pig in the first bought the pigs at a lower price Buddy Reed was arrested for
nouncement of the changes win room- only. 14 lots offered. Then he selecteda eliminating the market man. Haynes. Holmes. Mrs. Charles addition to his pastoral re- public drunkenness and forfeited

be made by Governor Farris Bry- Photographers on the ''scene few more lots from the balance. The agent explained that Hunter, H. W. Lundy J. B. Mills sponsibilities he was active in a $15 bond and $2 costs. Kenneth

_ ant thru Adjutant General HenryW. claimed that thick smoke from Smith said that all he wanted corn prices coupled with the high Marvin Phillips Norman Prots- the life of the community of 70- Law forfeited a $15 bond for

McMillan Jr. on February 5. the cigar-puffing crowd clouded was "good quality" pigs. He added tremely'cold weather has caused ex- man Laure B. Roberson. Loran 000 serving as President of the. .speeding and Rudolph Nortfaing-
As stated here previously there Terry Lewis Tucker. Miss Ber- Ministerial
their pictures. that he came to this sale expect- feeder pig;prices to Jje lower than Association: a direc- ton colored forfeited a $16 bend
will be no change In the unit In John Styles chief of the Florida ing to pay several cents more per usual at this time. He expressed nice Shuler. Wilson Suggs. Wads- tor of the Mental Health Center and $4 costs for dktttrbiBg the
live Oak but the worth and Mrs. A. L. Ward.
_ changes plan- Marketing Bureau ,acted as pound than he actually paid. high hope that the next sale and as a member of the Mayor's peace.
ned win effect Individual officersof auctioneer and generally'ran the Smith encountered no competi scheduled for August would Plans for the 1963"Pair October Moral Decency Committee.He Mayor Phillips suggested that

this city. event. Styles,obviously a man who Lion in the bidding. sult in more competitive bidding re- 21-26 were begun with depart- .has served his denomination the police department keep.a record -

(No. 1 Continued_ on Fate: 10)) knows his business and .. At_ :the end of the sale he and higher prices. ment heads authorized to prepare on the national and regional lev- of aQ traffic .offenders and
( 5 Continued
on Fare 10) (No. 3 Continued on Pare 10)) ;. make bonds stiffer repeaters.

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' Arctomys Monax-Weather ProphetIt Liberals & ConservativesThe
latest Gallup Poll shows
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA the strength of liberals and con-
"In The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" :I o servatives is about even in the
J United States today. But, interestingly -
BANNER Consolidated LEADER
the conservatives hold a
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street 15-49 percentage point edge.It .
was found that about one in
Louie Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher six Republicans questioned said

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor Editorials -A Public ServiceThe they would be a liberal if a new

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor editorials of any newspaperare news impartially in its news col- Liberal Party were in being. And

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising :Manager an effort to achieve informed umns. about one in every six Democratssaid
and balanced thinking on issues The great safety in our free
they would join if a new Con-
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida I ..
s which affect the public and the press as we know it and have servative Party were formed.

SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 country. They are designed to known it, is that there are so There is then, a pattern which

RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 stimulate thought and express an many independent newspapers. It could lead to a basic realignment

J ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS __ Payable In Advance opinion based on the facts as free is estimated that there are 1500 of the traditional two parties.
of prejudice as is humanly possible dailies and about 10,000 weeklies. Many political observers believe

Florida Press Association wsEi and are designed to fairly News services for newspapersare this is inevitable sooner or later-
ro, /SUWANNEE j include the interests of all in the just what the name implies. that eventually in this country we

p MEMBER\ OF { COUNTY community served by the newspaper They are dedicated only to gath- will have a Conservative and Lab-

S i "o SUWANNEE COUNTY CHAMBER to reflect patriotism and ering news truthfully and impar- eral Party instead of a Democratic -

4ON COMMERCE an uplifting. Christian tone. tially. They sell no ads. They sell and Republican Party.
Chamber of Commerce. Especially where there is only only news. Were we to have the more sensible

K one newspaper in a community Thus the average citizen can and logical Conservative

t there exists almost a public trust, depend upon his newspaper when Party and Liberal Party, people in
which obligates the newspaper to'I he cannot be so sure about the all sections could vote as they

Livestock. Program Deserves Support act as a semi-public service. Am- hidden message or the influence pleased, unhampered by past prejudices -

Suwannee County has long needed a program tailoredto ong its proper and traditional ob- behind a television program. Thisis and illogical but surviving '

developing its almost unlimited potential in cattle and ligations is that to print all the of vital importance; all of us pressures.The .

swine production.Last should understand this fact 0; complete goal is to have

week such a program was unveiled before the life. our presidential voting procedure r
Wear A Smile Newspapers are businesses, to changed so that the electoral vote
Board of Directors of the of that
Chamber Commerce we
be sure, but they are not run sole- will be divided according to the
feel can bridge this gap. What usually brings people to ly to make money. Traditionallythey popular vote in each state and to

In presenting the plan to the directors, Lamar Han- It Happened In Florida the first time? The have been dedicated to pub- achieve a realignment of our po-

cock said, "We are missing the boat. We can no longer warmth of our sunshine. lic service and to printing the litical parties. In this way. we
What brings the same
rely on tobacco. Our future is in livestock." people back again and again, or truth. I would get back to the real issues.

; l We heartily agree. We are and have been Suwannee County convinces them this is the placeto -LakeVales News (No. 1 Continued on Page 3))

F missing the boat. Tobacco grower's recent hassel with live? The warmth of our people.

from the federal government has convinced us that Su- Florida's sun can tan the skin, County Ministers9 Column )

the cigarette companies coupled with ominous rumblings r but Florida smiles can warm the

y wannee County's honeymoon with tobacco is a thing of 192319381953From hearts of our visitors and make The
for visitsor
s them eager to return -
l the past.
to live and establish businesses.
Tobacco's contribution to the county's income hit a 3 And besides who benefits the Pastor's Corner

peak of $4.7 million in 1962. Since leaf production has The Files Of The most from a smile? We honestly

apparently caught up with its demand, it is unlikely that r SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT believe the smiler gets as big a By Thee

this income will increase significantly in the near future. kick out of it as those who se REV. JAMES WALKUP
And if MH-30\ chemical is banned by the government, I him- -- smile.- .He.feels. better. looks Pastor First Presbyterian Church

informed sources assure us that this alone will reduce thecounty's Forty Years Ago - 1923A better and is able to worK better.In I Trust God and leave the con- on was a little leery about being
short he enjoys his own com- sequences to Him. the successful leader
dol- of this ven
income from tobacco
current by one
The street carnival and min- mad dog Saturday bit several
pany more. Our lives and
usefulness in the ture and required proof from
lars. strel given Friday afternoon and other dogs and hogs near the Mc- The Florida Council of 100 this
of limited because but
are God God took care of the
At best, Suwannee County can look forward to painfully night by members of the Rotary Alpin community. The head of year is.sponsoring a "FriendlyFlorida' we do not trust Him, because consequences and with three
and Woman's Clubs was a success one of the afflicted animals that
slow economic growth unless another product can campaign encouragingall
we do not take Him at His hundred men Gideon routed the
beyond the fondest expecta- was sent to the State Board of Floridians to not at
smile only
be expanded to supplement tobacco. Word. We are unable to see howGod's army of Midian. Joshua was com
tions of its promoters. It yielded Health for analysis confirmed the
visitors but at each other.
We feel the answer is livestock. promise or command can manded to lead the children oJ
huge dividends in fun to all in attendance suspicion of rabies.
smile of course, must be more 1
possibly won
Israel into
Suwannee County already has a well-established the Promised Land.
and proved quite profit- than a facial grimace. It must bea '
future out so we dc but the flooded Jordan stood in
livestock industry to form a springboard for abundant pro- able financially.The The Lime-Cola plant in this true expression of happinessand nothing we fai .... .,. their way and they had no land
in this area. In addition, the county has carnival opened with a contentment and welcome to '
gress city has been bought by Mr. Wes- to act. But thf mt: ).. :\ ing craft. However, when the
pasture lands and a natural capacity for raising feed parade headed by the Rotary ley M. Sears and he has mechan- newcomers.If amazing thinr ? V ____ marching order was given and
band arrayed in whatever out- ics at work repairing and remodel- this sounds a bit schmaltzyand with God is that$; JI1 1 the priests, bearing the ark of

grains.Over two million bushels of corn were harvested in fit each individual member imagined ing the facilities. It will be in operation far-fetched keep in mind the we do not have ". /:: ,, the covenant stepped down into

the county last year. This is enough corn to fatten more would best offset his man- in a few days.A Florida Council of 100 is composed to be ? : the water, God took care of the
ly beauty. The combined effect of of leading businessmen indus-
than 80,000 head of cattle or 225,000 hogs. Unfortunately, and consequences and they walked
their efforts was most striking. trialists and educators, not the if
out of the county to how a rii across on dry ground.
over half of this corn was shipped revival meeting participatedin Pollyanna type by a long shot. work
And so it is over and over againin
fatten somebody else's livestock and pocketbook. Orders have been received by by all of the churches in Live It works locally doesn't it? The der for : the Scriptures. God command
Last year Suwannee County's income from livestock all men of Company "E" that the Oak will be held in the court store with the friendliest people
success. The people obey. God takes care
exceeded $4 million. And much of the beef and pork annual inspection will- be held house for a week or more com- gets the most business, all other The angel Gabriel appeared to of the consequences. The conse

raised in the county was not sold, but consumed on the Monday. mencing Sunday evening.Rev. things equal. That's one big rea- Mary and said, "You will con- quences may not always end in
This inspection will be made H. A. Spencer the new son for shopping at home in stores She
ceive and bear a son. immediate victory, but
farm. by Capt. F. A. Ard who is detailed Methodist presiding elder for this where you are known and where as someone
feed and promptly replied "How can this has said "It is better
Projected figures taken from Suwannee's to fail in a
with the Alabama National circuit will conduct the services the sales personnel sincerely wantto "
be since I have husband?
live- no task that will ultimately succeed
capacity indicate conservatively that our Guard. each
grazing evening.
please you and hope you will
The angel answered, "With God than
succeed in a task that will
stock income could amount to $10 million in a few short come back. I "
will be impossible.
nothing ultimately fail". And we can ref
Ticenty-Five Years Ago -- - 1938 !
So for our own good health, and Years before. God had appeared assured that anything that God
years.If this potential could be reached and there is no A business deal of the past week ing. for good business, all of us should to Abraham and promised him begins will end in ultimate uo

reason why it should not be achieved it would mean a saw ownership of the Nehi bot- make a habit out of smiling and that his barren wife. Sarah, who
tling plant pass from E. C. Priceto Final organization of the Su being courteous and friendly.We had reached her ninetieth year tory.William
million in this county's economic pocket. Barclay tells a story of
$6 bulge
H. of know we're glad to have
J. Pittman formerly wannee County Junior Chamberof
would bear hearingthe
a son. the Lifeboat
Hancock is in Service in BritainA
Mr\ a step
The program proposed by Pensacola. Commerce was completed at a out-of-state people visit us. Why news Sarah laughed and said ship
was foundering in the
the right direction. It would boost both the quality and meeting held last Thursday nightat not let them know it? jokingly "After I have grown old, stormy sea when the distress signal : -
quantity of beef cattle swine and pastures through an Farmers within a radius of 50 Blue's Lodge. -Jackson County Floridian and my husband is old shall I was sounded. The lifeboat
offered to farmers. He proposed that miles of Live Oak are being ex- "
incentive plan have pleasure? The Lord replied, crew rushed to their craft and
$5,000 be raised to be distributed among farmers who tended an opportunity to try outa Wallace Donnelly district director closely contested basketball game "Is anything too hard for the prepared to put out when one of

show the greatest improvement in their livestock and pas- new crop. The Plant Reproduction of the State Welfare Board with Florida High of Tallahassee Lord?" And at the appointed time the younger members of the crew,
Corporation which expects to addressed the Rotary Club at its
Saturday when the timekeeper Sarah conceived and bore
tures after a year's participation in the program. a son frightened by the pounding 5U'"f
process ramie is ofering ramie luncheon Monday and explained
tenta- stopped the clock ending the Isaac. remarked, "We can't out in
have been set go
First second and third prizes
root material to local growers un- provisions of the act creating the game just as the referee tossed So when God commands or this sea. We'll never get back
tively at $1,000, $500 and $300, respectively. These top der contract.At board and requirements for bene-
the ball into the air for a jump. promises we are to act upon To which one of the older members
would be awarded not in cash but in purebred fits.
prizes these commands or promises, of the crew, with the tradi-
livestock of the farmers choice. This should provide an the request of the Grand Four new members were induc- trusting Him for the outcome even tion of many years of Lifeboat

ample incentive to replace ill-fed, inferior livestock with Lodge of Illinois, Barrett LodgeNo. Suwannee High's cage teams ted into the Lions' Club Monday. though we cannot see how the Service behind him replied, "We
43 will deliver to P. G. Win- bowed to three opponents during They were Sheriff Hugh Lewis, will
high-quality cattle and swine. thing come to pass. have to go out. We don't have to
Disbursement of the balance of the funds has not field resident of New Harmony, a the past week with the Bulldogs' Police Chief Perman Foy Leslie God told Moses that he would come back."
50-year service medal. one-point loss to Tallahassee Smith and Leeman Knight. lead his children out of
God calls must
been decided. We feel they should be distributed in we go,
yet standing out as the best fracus of
Egypt. Moses had all sorts of
even though we cannot see how
smaller cash prizes to a number of farmers who make sig- Attorney John Melvin Hearn of the season.A The Rosemary Home Demon- doubts and questions, but God trusting Him for the outcome

nificant gains under the program. this city was among the seven stration Club met with Miss Foster took care of the consequences. Well have all eternity in whichto

One of the points of this plan that convinced us of its candidates to qualify for places on Drama Institute sponsoredby demonstration teacher at Gideon was called by God to be a ask God "how" and "why". Let

worth is that it proposes to run for five years. Pledgesfor the Supreme Court of Florida, the Live Oak Woman's Club, Radio Station WNER Thursdayfor judge over Israel and to deliver I us trust God and leave the con-
funds are being secured on this basis so the program subject to the Democratic primaries is being held this week under theleadership a 15 minute broadcast. Israel from the Midianites. Gide- sequences to Him.
in May. Hearn's announce- of Miss Nell JewelHowse
would actually apply $25,000 to this project during the ment for the office was releasedin and Daniel Fager of the

five-year period.In the daily papers Sunday morn- federal theatre project. CUT YOUR TOBACCO HARVESTING COST WITH
the past we have had agricultural promotion plans

that would have been more successful had they not been Ten Years Ago .- - 1953were THE BRANTFORD LOOPER

discontinued after one year. We applaud this plan for Completion of the Itchtucknee arrested Saturday and

its long-range program. It should encourage farmers to Road into Beachville the pavingof charged with illegally selling R
basis. the road into Wellborn with whiskey in Suwannee County.
participate on a continuing, year-to-year
Highway 49 and paving of the Assisting Sheriff Hugh Lewis in
We feel this project deserves the wholehearted sup- \
Newbern Road were given priority the raids that netted the arrests
of in Suwannee County. It will provide an
port everyone
in Suwannee County's plans were Deputy Curtis Harrell Po- V V
opportunity for farmers and business men to unite toward for 1953. There is nearly $200,000in lice Chief Perman Foy and Po- V4 : V /V
accomplishing a common end that will mean progress to the budget for it. liceman Bill Saunders. V V

the county and prosperity for its citizens.In .

the coming weeks you will have an opportunity to A total of 424 babies were born Edward Howland operator of

help push this ambitious program. We urge you to accept in Suwannee County last year Howland's Service Station on L f
with September being the most Ohio Ave., is recovering from
the challenge. ..
popular month in which to havea serious eye burns caused by a tear
child. Dr. E. H. John county gas shell that exploded accident-

health officer reported yesterday. ally in his face.J. .
Need For Better LivestockThe
J. Elliot special investigatorfor
feeder pig sale held at the coliseum Thursdaywas Billy Gunter of Live Oak son the State Beverage Department -
a success. of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gunter drove his car into How- Guaranteed 12 Months Will Not Exceed 1 % Fallout During Curing Provided

Although the pigs failed to bring the top prices they and Miss Mary Kate Griffin of land's station Wednesday and Twine As Specified Is Used.
Auburndale have been selected to had gone across the street to the
might have brought in another situation, farmers receiveda represent Florida chapters of the Suwannee Hotel. Howland attempting The Brantford Looper is the only machine on the market that has a variable

better price at the auction than they could have any- future homemakers and Future to move the car after speed control to meet all picking conditions. It can run 1 to 6 sticks per min-

where else. Farmers of America at the annual filling it with gas was shot in the ute. It is the only machine on the market with controls that can be mounted on

The pigs offered at the sale totalled 1,939. They Florida State Fair in Tampa. face by a tear gas gun strappedto either side making it possible to run this machine either right or left handed

sold for $25,515 with an average of $16.10 per hundred the steering shaft of the ve- With the Brantford Looper you save on kiln cost as it is easily convertible to a

pounds. Higher quality pigs brought higher than the hand Kiwanians were given a first hicle. strip room conveyor. You will find that you reduce curing time and improve the
account of the inaugurationof
From a participation standpoint, the sale was a tremendous President Dwight D. Eisen- Operators of establishments

success. This was the largest feeder pig sale club's hower luncheon by Dr. John Wednesday.Two N. the selling beer after midnight on See Demonstration Thursday, January 31, 7:30 P.M. at the Live Oak Elks Lodge
weekdays were asked to cease the
ever held in Florida. Farmers from as far away as Pen- practice by Sheriff Hugh Lewis. SUWANNEE COUNTY DEALERS TELEPHONE

sacola entered their pigs in the auction. Negroes, one from Well-I THERON HINGSON SPring 6-2505

We feel there is a tremendous potential here for born and the other from Live Oak Live Oak was edged 40-39 in a

other sales in the future. The next sale scheduled for JAMES HINGSON SPring 62503J.

August should be an even bigger success since it is unlikely terested only in 'good quality" feeder pigs. L. HINGSON FOrest 2-2855

that it will be hampered by cold weather and high This illustrates what we have said editorially in the

corn nrices. past. Suwannee County's future is in livestock good MACHINE ON DISPLAY AT

nfA of the most significant points about this sale is quality livestock. It's time farmers replaced some of their

the fart that. _onp. bnvAr made a social trin from Miami scrawny cattle and hogs with purebred, quality stock. HINGSON'S WELDING and METAL WORKSEast

to tiny. a stock, of quality P'O'S. And h<*. want hank with Quality animals we feel, provide one of the keys to Conner Street FOrest 2.2855

over 1,400 of them. He said afterwards that he was in- this county's livestock future. I I

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I @cgu. Vann-James i \Irs. King Feted Anna, Miller Purchases I Pine Level I

) Marriage With LuncheonMrs. Trust Fund CertificateMrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vann an- John C. King H of Jack- Elmer Browning was host- Mr. and Mrs. Avon McMullen Mrs. Willie Howell and Mrs.
nounce the marriage of their sonville was the inspiration for a ess to the Anna Miller Circle: and children of Live Oak spent Drew Holmes spent Tuesday night
daughter Judy Prances to Rob- luncheon at the Colonial Hotel in Monday night at the Elks Lodge. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew and Wednesday of last week rift
I WOMEN ert Bruce James son of Mr. and White Springs Saturday when The first $100.00 from the pro- Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dekte te
Mrs. Gentry R. James on October Mrs. Charles Hunter, Mrs. George ceeds received for selling Suwannee -I Mrs. R. W. Moseley spent the Jacksonville.
twenty-first, nineteen hundred Perry, and Mrs. Arthur Bradley County Fair Book ads was week end in Jacksonville with Mr. .
- and sixty two. entertained in her honor. used to puchase a trust fund certificate -
and Mrs. Ellis Moseley and visit-
.: (,.s. CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor Mrs. James graduated from Su Twin arrangements of white for the Harry Anna Crip- ed her husband Ralph who is in Cadet Davis Named To

wannee High School in 1961 and stock, gladioli and mums were pled Children's Home in Uma- the Baptist Memorial Hospital.We Dean's List
Dell School of Medical Technology placed on the long luncheon table. tilla. The balance of the money Academy
Miss glad to Mr.
Herndon Redbud Circle are very report
Ashville N. C. She is now The places of the guests were will bt used to purchase a needy Moseley is improving nicely and Cadel Fourth Class Joseph Ron-
I Mr.. Bailey To WedMr. Holds MeetingThe employed with Dr. S. L. Hadden.Mr. marked with place cards decorated article for the Home which will' we pray he will soon be home ald Davis of U. S. Air Force Aea
i James graduated from Su with tiny red hearts. run around approximately $150. demy at Colorado Sprints, Col,
and Mrs. Jack R. Herndon Redbud Circle of the Live wannee High School in_ 1962 andis Mrs. Hunter greeted the guestsat New officers will be initiated at again. has been named to the Dean's
L j sr., of Lake City, announce the Oak Garden Club Inc.. met last employed by Palm Telephone. the door and invited them to the February meeting. Miss Beth Ann and Max Lep- List for the first semester end
engagement of their daughter Tuesday evening in the home of per spent Sunday with Mr. and January 11.
' They will be making their home the small parlor where they were The meeting which was presided
' Dorothy Virginia to Laid Russell Mrs. Phil Townsend sr.. for their in Live Oak. greeted by the other hostesses and over by Mrs. Delton Wilson Mrs. J. F. Toole. I Cadet Davis is the son of Dr.
Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bur- January meeting with Mrs. Gene honoree.At president was closed with the Mrs. Willie Howell and Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph B. Davis of Live
ton Bailey of Wellborn. Henderson as cohostess.Mrs. one o'clock they were invit- circle oath after which refresh- Drew Holmes spent Friday thru Oak.
Miss Herndon Townsend circle chairman Tuesday of last week with Mr. .
is a 1961 gradu-
Mrs Vann
Pete ed into the dining room for the ments was served by Mrs. Brown-
ate of Columbia High School anda opened the meeting with a luncheon. ing. and Mrs. E. W. Hatcher at Day- I Parts of South-West Africa are
graduate of Georgia Business prayer. Club HostessThe The hostesses presented Mrs. tona Beach. Also while there they so dry that one mining center
r Institute in Valdosta. Ga. She is Mrs. Tom Cannon program Pleasant Hill Home Dem- King with silver.Attending visited Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wallof .I must distill fresh water frem the
( now employed at Wilson National chairman gave an interestingtalk onstration Club met with Mrs. from Jacksonvillewere Miss Lashley To Morrow Ohio, who are down sea and even condense some water -
Life Insurance Co. on flower show planning with Pete Vann Tuesday afternoon for the winter and Mr. and Mrs. from fog.
Mrs. John C. King sr., Mrs.
. Mr. Bailey is a 1960 graduate of emphasis on placement shows. Jan. 22, with ten members pres- Carl Sheldon; from Jasper, Mrs. Wed ]\Ir. Murphy Bobby Hull of Ormond Beach. .
Suwannee High School in Live Five new members have come Riley Lashley of Jasper an- Mr. and Mrs. Slim Touchtonwere
ent.Mrs. W. L. Bryan Mrs. W. A. Bradleyjr. No. 1
Oak and is presently employed at into the circle during this club A. R. Murphy the incom- from Madison Mrs. James T. nounces the engagement of his supper guests of Mr. and
Guerdon Industries in Lake City. year Mrs. W. R. Hall, Mrs. Ever- ing president called the meetingto Sullivan; from this city, Mrs. daughter Elizabeth Jeannette to Mrs. J. F. Toole Saturday night. and the best man wherever he
Wedding plans will be announced ette L. Williamson Mrs. Mary order. Winston Rogers mother of the Wayne LeRoy Murphy son of Mr. The monthly Community Sing happened to reside would more
4 at a later date. Miller Mrs. Gene Henderson Mrs. Vann gave the devotional honoree, Mrs. Mahone Rees Mrs. and Mrs. Floyd Murphy of was held at Pine Level Baptist often be nominated for the presi
rt and Mrs. Donald Burch.In reading from Proverbs 31:10-31 Thompson Ohio. Church Saturday night and was dency.
t Charles F. Greene jr., Mrs. Ed-
the absence of the treasurer with well attended though the -Cocoa Tribune
followed by the group repeatingthe Miss Lashley graduated even
ward Mullins Mrs. Alfred ,T.
Mrs. Nelson Shower Mrs. J. V. Smith Mrs. Law- model prayer. Airth Mrs. C. W. Rogers Miss the class of 1962 of Jasper High weather was bad. Several from
I Lee the treasurer's business meet- in the the following churches attended: 702
) rence gave report During the short Kathy Bispham Miss Charlotte School and is employed
Honoree Friday and announced that the circle ing plans were made for the Wadsworth Miss Joanna Tsacrios Tax Assessors office in Hamilton Beulah Oak Hill. Clayland and 95Ct666

: Mrs. Jackie Smiley Mrs. Jim- would sell a product to raise County Commissioners luncheonto Miss Penny Wettstein, and Miss County.Mr. Dowling Park Church of God. We
- f mie Jones Mrs. Lavaughn New- money for the Center. The prod- be held Tuesday Feb. 5. Melissa Rogers sister of the hon- Murphy is employed by Lee always welcome visitors. :
I; bern Mrs. Frank Futch Jr., and uct is being advertised in the The club voted to donate $5.00to oree. Pryor of Live Oak where he re- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell
Mrs. Danny Burton McCrimon classified ads of the Suwannee the American Cancer Crusade. r sides. spent a few days last week with

entertained at the home of Mrs. Democrat. Miss Bernice Shuler, home The wedding date to be an- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. ---- -
Smiley Friday night with a stork demonstration agent gave an interesting Beulah Community Club nounced later.
shower honoring Mrs. Bobby Nel- talk on "Understanding .
Mrs. Leming HostessTo Ourselves". To Discuss Stock PlanThe SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR

son.A shower motif was carried out Goodwill Club Mrs. Vann served ice cream monthly meeting of the Anita Marie LivelyMr. BUILDING NEEDS

in the decorations and refresh- The Goodwill Club met Tuesday cake ,coffee and punch at the Beulah Community ImprovementClub and Mrs. James W. Livelyof
ments. afternoon Jan. 22. in the home of close of the meeting. will be held Thursday Jan. Hawthorne announce the birthof PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC.
The refreshment table was overlaid Mrs. Ross Leming with six mem- r 31 at 7:30 pjn. at the Community a dughter Tuesday Jan. 15, PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe
with a white lace and lin- bers present. Center.A in the Alachua General Hospital
en cloth, silver trays of party The Bible lesson was read in Pleasant Hill Church covered dish supper will be in Gainesville.She Make All Aluminum Screens To Order
sandwiches and cookies were unison. Will Hold RevivalThe served prior to the program and has been named Anita Ma-
placed on the table and served Games were played and prizes business meeting.The rie Lively.
Pleasant Hill Baptist
-3 with the iced "Cokes". won by Mrs. A. L. Jacobs and topic of discussion will be Mrs. Lively is the former Miss Langford Builders SupplyEast
Church west of McAlpin will holda
t ,.. Present with the hostesses and Mrs. W. W. Hunter. "Livestock Promotion". This is a Martha Taylor of Love Oak and
honoree were Mrs. M. L. Nobles Mrs. Leming served refresh- revival beginning Sunday Feb. very important subject and eve- the maternal grandparents are Helvenston Street FO 2-2873
t,. Mrs. S. L. Nelson Miss Linda ments at the end of the meeting 3 and running through Sunday ryone should make an extra special Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hayes of Mc- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Feb. 10. Services will start each
Nelson Mrs. Ruth Williams Mrs. and Mrs. Jacobs dismissed with effort to be present. Alpin. I
evening at 7:30.
Johnnie Bernheim Mrs. George ,
prayer. Roy Stripling of Moultrie, Ga.,
Day Mrs. John Paul Schneider The club will meet Tuesday: .
will be the evangelist.Rev.
and Mrs. Walter Oliver m. Feb. 5, with Mrs. P. C. Powell.
A. S. Dodrill, pastor of the .
church invites the public to attend : -

FRANK HADDON'SHICKS these services.. r ) 7 )': t: ;- ;{' .

BROAD LEAF NC 95 Card Of Thanks : the
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Order From I wish to thank Dr. Dietrich : :
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TEXACO SERVICE STATION County Hospital and my many 'r-
friends and neighbors for the -
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t South Ohio Ave. me during my stay in the hospi- ,

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Li 1f ii+I News From Branford8Y Florida Sheriffs I Baptist... Church :To Host Missionary",r Suwannee Native

[ Bob Beatty, foreign missionaryto Foreign Mission Board of the

Appoint Lewis Southern Rhodesia, Central Southern Baptist Convention. His Dies In TampaMrs.

Africa will be the featured speaker home is in Memphis, Tenn.
,1" To Board PostThe at the First Baptist Church of The public is invited. Maggie Stewart a native

Live Oak, Saturday night Feb. 2. of Suwannee County who has

I 'Operation Alphabet Branford Florida Sheriff's Associa- All young people and intermediates lived in Tampa for five years.

tion announced Friday that Sher- are invited to meet in the Foy Named Police died in a Tampa hospital Friday.

iff Hugh Lewis has been appointed Educational Building at 7 pjn. Jan. 18. She was buried in a
Branford School To Be Center
; Personals to the Board of Directors of Beatty will lead in a period of Clearwater cemetery.Mrs. .

the state-wide association.SHERIFF social activities. All adults are Chief In Alachua Stewart is survived by two

j For Illeterate Citizens invited to come to the church sons, Frank Stewart of Clearwater
Rudolph Hatch spent Tuesdayin t. :- auditorium at 7:45 pjn. to meet Alachua officials have appointed and Oren Stewart of Lodi

Tallahassee on business.Mr. with Beatty and the young peo- Perman Foy as police chief. Calif.; one daughter Mrs. Vera
The Branford school will be the Suwannee County and Mrs. R. E. Hatch were for chief of
i ple a period of inspiration.At Foy was formerly policein Stewart of Tampa; two brothers
Center for "Operation Alphabet, a program designed to business visitors in Jacksonville this time he will show movies Live Oak and served on the Rufus Livingston and Brooks Liv-

raise the educational level of people who are functionally Wednesday: and projected pictures of his workin Live Oak force for 10 years. ingston of Reddick; two sisters

illiterate, Principal A. Perry Geiger said "Wednesday. Mrs. Vera Moses and Mrs. Lois Africa and talk of Foreign Mis- He served on the Alachua force Minnie Stokes of Reddick and

Geiger explained that_ functionally illiterate means Williams was business visitors in r sion service. for four months before his appointment Ella Smith of Live Oak.

I whose educational level Jacksonville Thursday.Miss Beatty has served four years in to chief was announced. She had nine grandchildren

all people schooling at all up Hilda Jones of F. S. U., Africa under appointment of the and 14 great grandchildren.
ranges from no spent the week end at home with a

to the fourth grade. Branford her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Geiger said that according to Jones.

the U. S. Bureau of Census reportof
School Mrs. Betty Sue Edwards and

1960 1.840 functionally illiter family visited recently with her t viiii; pp / E

Court1 Menu mother, Mrs. Bailey. ;; ::. ; u OPPQp

Mrs. Oscar Gandy spent Wednesday Y
ninth of the county's total popu-
visiting Mrs. Tom Minter.
lation. In addition, 833 of these t
people are white.According February 4 through February 8 Leon Hatch and Mrs. Tommie MISCELLANEOUSVISIT e FOR SALE
Minter Jr., were business visitorsin LITTLE ADS
to Geiger "Operaf -
MONDAY Jacksonville Friday.Mr. .
tion Alphabet" will seek to make ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE-All sizes of
Grilled Hamburgers and Mrs. T. A. Hatch and BIG RESULTS tarpaulins -
inroads into this illiteracy thrua Buttered Corn family spent Sunday visiting Mr, Machine, machlneless. and cold guaranteed not to leak.

series of educational television Lettuce and Tomato and Mrs. Driscle Lewis and fam- BUY SELL-EXCHANGE wave permanents given. Ope- Ottis Brown Motors. cge tf

broadcasts carried all over the rators-AnnIe H. Mills, Mary
Stewed Prunes ily in Live Oak. Whatever the will
state. purpose you Drew FOR SALE-New and
Buns Butter Milk :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch had HUGH LEWIS find Democrat classifieds do Boatright MyrtIce Croft I used pian
He said that WUFT-TV Edu- and Frances Johnson. Phone I os. Frier Music Co
and the and well. North Ohic
TUESDAY as their guests Friday night job, quickly
cational Channel 5 in Gaines- Lewis will represent the 15 FO 2-1831. cge tfDaisy's Ave., Live Oak FO 22188.
Creamed Turkey Saturday, Debbie Diane, and
ville, will carry the program into Cranberry Sauce Palmer Daughtry. county 2nd District on the 8-man - cge tf
Beauty Shop featuring
this area. This crash program will board.
Cornbread Dressing Leon Prescott of Leesburg wasa
feature 100 lessons broadcast in The Board of Directors is the DEADLINE FOR INSERTION styles by John also lounger FOR SALE Ford tractor, rotary -
{ Tossed Green Salad guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
At type shampoo stations. Com-
30-minute programs. Channel 5 Ambrosia with Cookies Jones last week. governing, policy-making body of 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays mower, harrow, double
will carry these lessons from 7 to the association. The group is plete new shop ample parking. bottom plow, and trailer. FO 2-
Bread Butter Milk Mr. and Mrs. Thame Clipp of '"'
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Highway 90 West. FO 2-3430.
7:30 ajn. Mondays Tuesdays, charged with the responsibility of 2564. cge tf I.
WEDNESDAY Elkhart guests of Mr.
disbursing considerable funds forlaw ccjj 35-38 \
.b and Thursdays.The Barbecued Spare Ribs and Mrs. Fred Jones Sunday 2Vi cents per word with a Coastal Bermuda hay for sale '*

seriousness of this problam Potato Salad night and Monday.Mr. enforcement purposes and forspecial minimum df 751. INCOME TAX RETURNS 1 to 100 tons pick or will \I
with illiteracy is pointed out by projects like the Florida (All classifieds most be paidin
Creamed English Peas and Mrs. Jack Rowell of Long Form (1040) $4.00 deliver. L. L. Barnett Jr.. Phone \
reveals Sheriffs Ranch here.
the Census report which Boys advance.)
Congealed Salad Trenton visited Mr. and Mrs. Farmers Form $4.00 WE 5-3247 or WE 5-2953 O'-
illiterate people Lewis said that at the next
261,433 functionally Rolls Butter Milk Marion Parker Sunday afternoon. L ONE WEEK FREE Brown's Bookkeeping Service Brien. pdej 31-38
n asserted. meeting of the association slated
in Florida, Geiger THURSDAY Office 6 miles west Nobles

And 49 per cent of these people Beef Fricassee for Clearwater in June he intended Classifieds ordered for four Ferry Road FOR SALE Plants, Annuals a

are white. Steamed Rice Named To to invite the Sheriff's Association weeks, run the last week free. pcjj 36-39 Perennials at FRM store. Red

Geiger said that Governor Far- Fresh Mustard Greens Perry to hold its next January con- $2.25 will pay for a 30 word Satin Petunias, hybrid snaps,

ris Bryant has expressed his con- vention in Live Oak. advertisement for four weeks. STOLEN 3 hp Johnson Sea larkspur
Peach Half with Cottage Cheese pansy alyssum, holly -
cern about this grave problem. Cornbread Muffins Host Stetson U'sHomecoming He said the only reason the organization Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds Horse outboard motor from hock, carnations roses, bulbs

According to Geiger this type Butter Milk has not met in Live for Proven Results. Weathersby Iron and Metal Co. Pecan, pear persimmon, and fir

of program was tested initiallyin FRIDAY 80th Oak in the past is because of the I $75 reward for information trees. FRM Store, FO 22155.

Philadelphia and proved to be Fish Filet lack of accommodations. He added leading to the recovery. Call ccjj 36-39

highly successful. The biggest Boston Baked Beans that he was working this problemout For Sale-Real EstateFOR FO 2-2535 or FO 2-1909.

problem lies in trying to get illiterate Cole Slaw Students presiding over Stet- with the local hotel and motel cge tf FOR SALE Altetate motor

people to come forward son University's 80th Anniversary owners. scooter as is, $25.00 cash. See
.4 and participate he added. Hush Apple Sauce Cake Homecoming, Feb. 14-17, will be SALE Two bedroom homeon Douglass High School parents and at Allbritton Brothers TractorCo.

The principal requested all the Butter Puppies I Host Billy Perry, a senior from Newbern Road. Has kitchen, patrons are urged to join their pbbe 36-39

citizens in this area to urge peo- Milk Live Oak, and Hostess Gail Hil- Mayor Addresses breakfast room dining room, P-TA now. We need your help.

ple whom they know to be func- verink senior from Rex. Ga. living room, screened front Call J. L. Bevel, principal, FO 2- FOR SALE Haviland China

tionally illiterate to come and enroll Perry, a religion major is president Junior porch, carport and large garageon 1192. cge tf Carlisle pattern. Six dinner

I in this ambitious program. Sportsman Club of the Baptist Student Un- DeputiesMayor 2 lots. Call FO 2-1535. plates, 8 each of salads, bread

He explained that the lessons ion, and in charge of alumni relations J. Marvin Phillips told cbbe 35-38 FOR RENTFOR and butter, soups, cups, and

would be geared to the privacy of for the Ministerial As- saucers. Excellent condition.
Elects OfficersThe the Junior Deputies at their regu- FOR SALE Three bedroom
an enrollee's living with possiblyone sociation. He is active in the Stu- lar meeting in Branford Monday house in Pinewood Subdivision RENT Downstairs front $120.00. Call FO 2-2083.

discussion class per week. Suwannee Valley Sports- dent Senate Residence Halls that the organization they were C B Construction call FO 2- apartment. Very comfortable paej 36-37

man Club met Monday Jan. 21 at staff, Men's Council, and in Stetson's -. participating in would help them 3024 after 4 pjn. paej 37-38 convenient location. Call FO 2- FOR SALE OR RENT Three

7 in the chapter of the Lambda Chi throughout their lives. bedroom
Makes pjn. American Legion 2208. cge tf house on South Geor-
Missionary Alpha fraternity.He Phillips explained to the boys F.ELA. Loans on 3 beautiful Lee gia Avenue at Haines Street,
Hall.A was recently initiated into Quality Homes models 3 and 4 FOR RENT
chicken pilau supper was that they were learning the fund- Unfurnished two Contact F. J. Mobley, P. O. Box
Address To WMU prepared and served by Drew Stetson's chapter of Omicron amentals of good law enforce- bedrooms. No down payment bedroom house with gas heater. 30, telephone HUnter 3-6152,

ll Fletcher. A short business meet- Delta Kappa, national leadership ment and at the same time set- 'required, up to 30 years loan, I Wired for electric stove and Madison, Fla., or contact C. H.
honor society for college men. for themselves of 5%% int. Built on your lot or I has hot water heater. Phone Ratliff
The Associational W. M. U. met ing was held and officers for the ting a pattern at Mary Jane Market.
Friday, Jan. 25 at the Mt. Olive year of 1963 were elected: President life governed with respect for 1 acre anywhere for less than i FO 2-2565. pbbe 36-39 pbig 37-40

Baptist Church. R. G. Griffith; Vice President justice and good citizenship.In $60.00 monthly. Also, salesman FOR RENT
: Pine Grove.Church needed. For further informationcall Large building FOR SALE 1957
house trailer
The main speaker was a missionary Raymond Humphries; and addition the mayor said belonging -
with heat
or write Frank Stewart, gas gas kitchen. Am- 36 x 8, 2 bedrooms, full bath
from Nigeria and she Secretary and Treasurer, A. Jack Sets All Day ServiceAn to the junior deputies ple
parking. Call FO
: would provide invaluable Box 408, 985-2931 or 985-1241 2-2791 or $1,695 cash. See at Morgan'sTrailer
spoke on "Our Missionary WorkIn Phillips. :1 an
all-day service slated for the see at Collins Court
Nigeria". source of character references for Moultrie, Ga. pdie 37-40 Apts. Park on W. Hwy 90 any
Pine Grove Church, three miles
cbbe 37-40
day after 12
I A delicious covered dish lunch- some future employment or pro- noon pbbe 37-40
east of Luraville, Sunday will feature -
-eon was served. Birth AnnouncementDr. the Jubaleers Quartet from fession. HELP WANTED FOR RENT Two furnished FOR SALE Piled, fine, dry

Attending from Branford were and Mrs. Russell Blantonof Jacksonville. The Junior Deputies were form apartments. Call FO 2-2319 or chicken fertilizer, $6.00 per ton.

Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price and Whitesville W. Va.,. announce Other musicians and singers ed by Sheriff Hugh Lewis. Jim WANTED Colored tenants to FO 2-2935. cge tf You haul. Call FO 2-2623 or

Rev. Ben Borders. the birth of a daughter, Jan. 17. will be on hand for both the 11 Shields is director of the organi- live on small farm with sepa- FOR RENT FO 2-1219, Duffy's Broiler
room unfurn-
zation and Sheriff's Cecil
U. Deputy
The baby has been named Jen- ajn. and 2 pjn. service. rate living facilities. No chil ished Farm, Suwannee Station.
A tree continues to grow until nifer Ann Blanton. Evangelist Rev. McGhee of Bonds is co-director. dren. Both parties required to bungalow, two bedrooms. paej 37-38
death. Some botanists believe Tommy Shields, son of the director Newly painted inside and out _____
Mrs. Blanton will be remembered Jacksonville will speak at the 11 do small jobs around the farm. Mrs. C. G.
trees die only from such is captain of the group. Travis, 724 BrownSt. FOR SALE Bibles, greeting
causes as as the former Miss Catherine o'clock service and Rev. Glenn Small salary. Write Farm % Phone FO
disease and injury unconnectedwith Hatch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.T. Pridgeon will speak at the 2 o'- Suwannee Democrat, P. O. Box cge tf cards, etc. The Jacksons, 121

age. A. Hatch of Branford. clock service.A (School Supplies at McCrimon's) 635, Live Oak, Fla. ccfj 37-40 FOR RENT Newly decorated Maple St.. FO 2-1245.

lunch will be. served at noon. furnished apartment, couples paej 37-38

The public is cordially invited. WAITRESS WANTED Applyin only. Phone FO 2-1498 or FO 2- FOR SALE- All sizes of azaleas

THIS 4-PLOW DIESELIS USE person at the Gold Leaf 3143. Mrs. P. C. Powell, 410 evergreens dogwood trees small
3 and
Restaurant between
Demorest St.
cge tf and large, shrubbery.
Large assortment -
DIFFERENTWhy Two 9 pjn. cge tf
County.MenEnlist FUCO FOR RENT Two bedroom of camellias, several

"different?" Because only the Massey-Ferguson 65 in In Army HELP WANTED Man betweenthe furnished house, newly decorated balled and burlaped, 2% feet to

of 23 and 30 high 5 feet, good bloomers, regular
the 4-plow class offers the proven operating economies of the Sherrill Greek, son of Mrs. BrandInsecticide ages large screened back porch,
Marion Greek, and Lavelle Goff, school graduate or more inter- nice yard, nice neighborhood, price $7.00, special price as longas

Ferguson System PLUS the fuel savings of MasseyFerguson'sown son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. ested in future in finance field. 809 Darrow St. Call FO 22236or they last $3.95. Mrs. S. C.

diesel engine Goff, all of McAlpin have Salary commensurate with abil- FO 2-2537. cge 33 Sansbury old Lake City HI-
as proved in official tests. Call us enlisted -
now. east Live
ity and experience, free life and way of
in the U. S. Army and are now Oak.pcfj
We'll bring one to your place. Run it test it be con- taking their basic training at Fort FOR hospital insurance paid vaca- e' Motor Rewinding I. 37-40
tions. transportation -
vinced. Buy it on theMassey-Ferguson Retail Time Payment Jackson S. C. Dependable BEAUTIFUL PIANO. Brilliant
RESULTS and typing necessary along
Both young men are graduatesof Spinet type console. 43" string
Repairs and
Plan. Rewinding
Suwannee with willingness to work for ad-
High School. length, gorgeous tonal
vancement. Others need not ap- Any Kind Electric Motor powerFully

ply. Call FO 2-2922 or write P. Also Sales and Service guaranteed. Personalized
r ALLBRITTON BROS. terms to party of good credit.
: O. Box 158, Live Oak for appointment CALL For
DANCEEVERY caee tf McCuIlen Electric Motor Repair inspection without obliga-
tion write: Joplin Piano Co..
TRACTOR CO. Telephone Day FO 23278Night
SATURDAY NIGHT FO 2-3326 Joplin Mo. pajj 38
215 W. 5TH ST. FO 2-2381 With 217 E. Howard St. The Redbud Circle of the Live

THE ORIGINAL ROCABIi.i.TFSFROM WANTED TO RENT Perma- Hunter Bros. BuDding Oak Garden Club Inc., is sell-
9 TO 1 caJJ tf ing
Stanley product to raise
nent pastures, pastures,
ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING and farm acreage for cows in money for the new Garden Cen-

TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE THIS WEEKCHITWOOD'S Suwannee County. Phone FO 2- WORK WANTEDBuild ter. These products may be pur

Jocksonvilte. Coliseum, 1145 E. Adorn St. I 2788. tt chased at FRM Feed Store or
Or at Door Btfort Each PerformanceRARNUM
call FO
Mrs. Phil Town-
Repair Remodel
WANTED New subscribers to send Sr.. for delivery. cajj 38
What does your home need? .
OLD LAKE CITY ROAD Tallahassee: Democrat. Daily
1% 4ing Additional room, garage,breezeway :FOR SALE Pure bred Duroc
NO MINORS ALLOWED and Sunday delivered to your
home within city limits of Live siding, painting, roofing. boars and gilt,. Subject to reg-
We welcome small jobs. Call istration. Reasonable.
Oak for $1.70 per month. Call Lonnie
for free estimates. Sansouci and B. Hurst FO 21421. pbbe 38-41
Arthur Tucker, FO 2-2038. .
Son, FO 2-2505. ccjj 36-39
pbbe 35-38 ([Office Supplies at McCrimon's)

WORK WANTED-Builder, residential :
WANTED Listings on acreage "
r '
commercial Industrial,
+l. in this are. For sale or trade. SALESMAN"
repairs additions, and altera-
Mrs. Nita Chesson representing -
DOLOMITEFERTILIZERALL tions. Block, bride sidewalks, .
Marshall L. Bailey, 1453A
driveways plaster, drywall and
Gulf-To-Bay Clearwater, Fla. Wonderful opportunity for licensed
___ roofing. Robert Williams Phone
r pbbe 35-38 insurance agent in Live Oak
TYPES OF SPREADING I FO 22066. pbbe 36-39 and Lake City area. $200.00

n BAILiX WANTED Acreage in Suwan- plus
WANTED per Beet guarantee
Any type yard workor
SERVICECall nee or Madison County in exchange house cleaning. Phone FO 2- In Florida. Call J. D, Parker,
for furnished C. B. S. collect in
1104 anytime during. the day
CIRCUS Duplex, three blocks from Post until 5 pjn. paej 38-39 222-4443. cdjj 36-38

Office In lower east coast town. .. .
Apply Box 635, Suwannee Dem-

JOHN L. TIPPETTE ocrat. Pdjj 38-42 Business OpportunityFOR ARC REGISTERED

$$2.50 rows 11-29 J.frt.Xi:4SMATINIIfc..30-31'M.t. .'oM. WANTED 50-75 young brood CHIHUAHUAS

$1 JO rows 30-33 Feb.1,JJO.r....2-3,1,S'oM. cows with calves preferred. SALE Gas station. Good FOR SALE
CWW,.. IIaCIw 7J. fell pte.. ,.... 1. 3:30; F.k. 2-J. S fj_. FO 2-1535 Contact Bill Sullivan Mayo, tourist trade. Rt. 90, W. and Male & Female

Tickets also on safe In Jacksonville at CM* '- 'Yr"!.. Florida. Phone SW 4-2776. Park St. in Lake City.

BemmID&: Park ticket office. ALL SEATS RESERVED. .pfjj 38 41 pcjj 36-39 Call FO 2-2796
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x State Chamber Reports .-*. Daiiia' Evangelist Suwannee High Students Attend Science MeetingTen Dramatics Club

Intracoastal Traffic Up members of the Suwannee lessors from the various universities Those attending were: John To Present PlayThe
Waterway Slated For Revival
High School chapter of the Jun- and colleges and literary Crapps, Alaine Vann. Mary Mose-, Thespian (Dramatics)
ior Academy of Science attendedthe research papers given by both ley Green,Jenny Crapps, Franklin! Club of Suwannee High School
f Palm Valley Passings Over 5,000 At First MethodistRev. State Convention which was Junior and Senior Academy mem- Flowers Hal Shalman, Lamar will present the play, "The
held Friday and Saturday at bers were attended by the group.A Nash Arthur Tucker Tommy Casual American", Thursday
Use of the intracoastal waterway in northeast Florida Herschel Hudgins. pastorof Cnlpola Junior College in Mari- banquet and dance were held Shields and Stanley Saunders. night in the Junior High School
I boat the First Methodist Church in anna. Friday night to entertain those The group was chaperoned by Auditorium. ,
in creased 8 per cent last year as gauged by passings Dania, Fla., will be the evangelistat Panel discussions given by pro- attending the convention. Mrs. P. C. Crapps Jr. and F. O. .
r? at the Palm Valley Bridge, the Florida State Chamber the Live Oak First Methodist Young.
Commerce reported yesterday. .. Former Suwannee
including 231 Church's Revival scheduled to begin . .* s
Total passings came to 5,046 government Sunday. Gas Tax Refund Minister\ Gets Rest
l boats (up 160 per cent); 1- ;
I 557 commercial vessels (up 17 Siren To HeraldlJIotlwrs' J'O fS W@h[ 000 !I IThe Applications Due Rev.of James the Sunset A. McKeithan Heights,Baptist pastor --
per cent); and 3,258 pleasure Suwannee County farmers
craft, about the number asH Church in Hialeah and former -
same March reminded that Thursday
E / United States took possession of Guam, February 1, 1899. The are Suwannee County resident, is
in 1961.
I. boat A shrill blast from the fire y. U.s. Supreme Court held its first meeting, February 1, 1790, John Jan. 31, is the deadline date for getting a rest.McKeithan .
Monthly totals of pleasure filing application for refund
whistle will signal the beginning Jay presiding.
and his congregation -
passings last year, as checked by taxes. Farmers en-
gasoline are
of the Mother's March February 2 is Groundhog Day and some folks believe we may see have worked out an arrangement -
U. S. stood 6 cent
Engineers per against polio scheduled for '7p.m. six more weeks of wintry weather if he should emerge from his den titled to 4c per gallon on all to give the minister an
above 1961 through October but a tonight (Thursday). .. and be startled at the sight of his own shadow. gasoline used on the farm for eight-months leave of absence to
19 cent drop during the next h
per farming during 1962.
two months wiped out the gain.] A group of 40 women will be The Illinois Territory, including the present state of Wisconsin purposes refresh himself spiritually so he
For those farmers that have
I This I knocking on every door in this was created by act of Congress, February 3, 1809. The U.s. severed can return to his pastorate witha
i drop was probably due more i contributions to relations with never applied for their permit
community for diplomatic Germany February 3,1917. revived spark which he hopesto
to the Cuban crisis than the -
i anticipation number they may do so at the
combat this dread disease, The American Revolution ended February 4, 1783. A demountable pass on to the congregation
y' of tax crackdownon
a County Agent's office.
accounts- Mrs. W. Winburn, chair- tire-carrying automobile rim was patented by Louis H. Perlman, I .
expense 1
''F man of the drive, urged every- February 4, 1913.
November usually the most In Puerto Rico the sun shines STONE CRABS
one to "switch on your porch The Alexandria Gazette, Virginia's first daily newspaper, was
popular month for south-bound
1 360 days a year. Temperatures and OYSTERSThe
and give generously whena
lights founded February 5, 178-1.
pleasure craft, dropped 100 boats average. 76 degrees Fahrenheit, Finest You Can
I below the same month in 1961. mother comes. .to your door" .x On February 6, 1933, Congress passed a law putting an end to with only a six-degree variation BuyNEPTUNE'S
I "lame duck" sessions.
It t ? December showed improvement as between winter and summer. The
the drop was only half that num- John L.Sullivan won the world heavyweight boxing title from Paddy island's climate attracts 400,000 SEAFOODPh
ber.The Jeffery A. Mott, Ryan, February 7, 188%. visitors a year. : Station 11 In Suwannee

waterway is used by most
s pleasure craft bound for South Funeral ServicesFuneral
Florida points during fall and
a I winter months. ,
services for Jeffery REV. HERSCHEL HUDGINS
Out-of-state boats and local Alan Matt a four-day-old infant,I
1 craft registered 1,555 northbound conducted in the Suwannee According to Rev. Spivey Brab-
i passings last year up 6 per cent Funeral Home Chapel Thursday, ham,pastor, the revival will begin hi-
and 1.703 southbound down 5 Jan. 24, with the Rev. C.G.Travis with 11 o'clock services on Sun- ANNUAL
per cent. Larger craft often take officiating. He was buried in day and continue with services ; -
the ocean route to return north the City Cemetery.The held each evening Monday thru '
during the spring. The resulting infant passed away Jan. 24 Friday at 7:30 pjn.
difference in north and south- in the Suwannee County Hospital Rev. Brabham, who will lead
; bound totals is an indication of after a premature birth. the singing, invited the public to
the number of the larger boatsvisiting He is survived by his parents, attend the services.He .
the state. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mott of said the entire Tallahassee
Last year the difference stoodt Live Oak; one brother Mark of District of Methodist Churchesare
a low 148 because of the November Live Oak; paternal grandparents, holding revivals at this time.
drop compared with 317 Mr. and Mrs. John Mott of Live CLEARANCE SALE
in 1961 and 215 in 1960. Oak; and his maternal grand-
Forest.Service Offers
mother, Mrs. Ruby Gibbs of Well-

Newspapers'deliver more ready- born. Fire Control SkillsThe
Suwannee Funeral Home was in
to-buy prospects. Florida Forest Service of
/ of arrangements.
t charge Suwannee County announced today -

ber of that requests it was receiving for assistance a num-in REAL VALUES-MUST CLEAN STOCK NOW TO

control County burning.Ranger Feagle advised TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.

that to do a proper controlled
burn residents must have the
proper weather conditions, good
fire lines, and sufficient man ; LADIES
power to control the fire. The LADIES
purpose of a control burn is to
i reduce the fire hazard to timber SKIRTS 1/
land. If it is not done properly SHOES

it can damage timber severely.He SLIM 3OFF
recommended that anyone "
desiring to burn his property con- $5.95 $$2.95

i' If you plan to build or buy a home; then come by tact the Florida Forest Service -. JIMS
h Headquarters on U. S. 90 West Values to $12.95 Values to $10.95
and let show how
us you our long term, low cost for assistance. ','. .. .
loans can save you money. .
Feagle also stated that a weekto -
ten days wait might be required -
ii Our Services Include LOANS For I
to the
get proper weather
i f O PURCHASE OF HOMES AND FARMS conditions for a good control LADIES
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOMES ment were available to assist on /
I 0 REPAIRS & ADDITIONS ON EXISTING HOMES suitable.control burns any day that was HATS 2 PRICE 1/3


State Auditor Praises

OAK, FLORIDA Five County OfficialsThe
state auditor Friday issued
good reports for five Suwannee ". ,-
County officials. WOOL ,BOTANY
Auditor Bryan Willis had no
criticism for Sheriff Hugh Lewis MATERIAL
Judge Brown, Tax -
Assessor William H. Gray Tax Corduroy Material

Circuit Court Clerk L. A. Sessions. $1.98 Yd. $2.95 Yd.
89c Yd.
Westinghouse Built in Oven ........................
: 54-60 Inch Widths Yd. 60 Inch Width

I and Cook Top ..................$192.36 rI r- : 1 Values to $1.49 I

36" Attic Fan W/Shutter.. 72.00 5 ONLY ALL

Atlas Attic LADIES; 1/3 LADIES TOPPERS c TS 1/3

Stairway......... 18.00 & Portrait .

Window Burglar Guards.. 5.902.Ox68 SWEATERS $8.95Values CAR

OFF to $29.95 OFF

Many Door .............. 4.752.8x68 Slightly Soiled COATS

Screen Door ............ 5.9928x46

_ Aluminum Window :


Screen .................................. 2.56

3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet.... 6.90 I f! $4.95Values $9.95

.1/4 AD Plywood-Sheet 2.35 l : to $14.95 Values to $9.95
Values $5.95
... : ,, .' to :
,,, ,, <
G Ye.;I1PJ$ait : ,
f ;
Prefinished Plywood MEN'S

Mahy ...... 5.10 Birch ...... 7.68 J I Give a Portrait Srft,-:.Certificate MEN'S 'Il SHIRTS I .

Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet. 1.40 ..--- .-.,-.." 13 .
'. -- -- -; TROUSERS OFF $1.95Values : ., i
; .
.e- "
Oak Flooring No. 1 Com M 185.00IS "'/. ,-li-- J..::1., .'--- i' '
-1$'- '
I 'a.._\ ; .-. 1 : to 9.95 ;.: _
\ lb. Felt .............................. 2.15 ;:_ z.z .' -

.... -..,.-..-, 4"i -"! .
t Locks ._, i I
Key-In-Knob ............ 4.25 ,\ r; i
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( Light Bulbs, ea. .................... .20 .

No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum : .: JrOcRAP, f -' ALL SALES FINAL yfioii

,._, '.... :,

I Awning Window, ea ...... 15.95 +erlsW.. x Y ".

T: I Se ,Us For All Your Building Needs ,. ..-' -

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At Foster Memorial The auditions, to be held in was informed that steps had been purchase of a heater to,be used In procedures required at the state proval of the Trustees. The motion : i
') the auditorium of the Foster Ca- taken to provide such facilities. the Branford Vocational Agricul- level. carried.A .

; rillon Tower, will be followed on Approval was given for the ture Building. Further study was Some discussion was held rela- motion was made by Barnett.
Annual 'Jeanie' Audition To Feature the night of Feb. 16 with the annual -
of Albert felt to be before grant-
payment salary necessary tive to portable cold storage unitsto seconded by Vann to approve the
"Jeanie" ball, at which the Clark in accordance with the ing this request.As .
be used In the school system. following requests for leave:
winner and her court of four run- newly established schedule for there was no further busi- Superintendent Williamson was Annual leave: Larry D. Roes -
Top Young Women VocalistsWhen ners-up will be feted in the Fos- the length of the routes. ness the Board meeting was ad- instructed to solicit prices for December :27, 38, 1962; M. A. O.-
ter Museum Building. The
Approval was given for the use units as needed. Hara December 21. 26. 1962;
Stephen Collins Foster wrote his classic love was instituted in 1952 by the of buses journed.Everett L. Williamson
by Douglass High School Approval was given for the con- Myrtle Mills January 2. 1963
song "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair" in 1854, he Stephen Foster Memorial Corpor- for trips to basketball games as Supt. and Secretary struction of a sidewalk at the east Sick leave was approved for J

couldn't possible have imagined that it would become the ation of Clubs the Florida Federation Leon of was requested by James L. Bevel, Board of Public Instruction end of Suwannee High School.A D. Sapp December 27 1962.
Music with Mrs.
theme for one of Florida's outstanding musical events, Whitehurst Brooksville as Principal. Thonis R. Barnett, Chairman request was made for the Professional Leave: Katheryne

the annual "Jeanie" auditions held here each February at i president. 01 Annual leave was granted to the Board of Public InstructionLive construction of a sickroom (clin- Pryor January 4, 1963 to attend *
following persons for the stated ic) in Suwannee High School as Executive Council meetingof
I i' the Foster Memorial on the Su-f "After all. Foster wrote his song : a.
dates. They are: a of the improvement need- Florida Future
Florida part Homemakers
) wannee River. as a tribute to his wife Jane, who English contains many techni- ;
Thomas L. Dobbins Decem- ed for accreditation.It William Hall
January 8, 1963 R. February 18-
I The 12th annual "Jeanie"event actually had auburn hair, so we cal words of Arabic origin includ-
I ber 31, 1962 January 2, 1963. The meeting was called to orderat was also pointed out that 22, 1963. to serve on School Plant
I sponsored by the Stephen do not have any rule regarding ing alkali alcohol, alchemy, algebra -
Inez Hudson December 26 9:00 A.M. Superintendent Williamson plans should be made to providea Survey for Leon County School
Foster Memorial Commission and color of hair. However, all the amalgam zenith nadir, cipher. -
27, 28, 31, 1962 and January 2, acted as temporary screened-in area at the west entrance System; Harry E. and Alice E
the Florida Federation of Music young women must appear in Moslem mathematicians used
Chairman for organizational to the cafeteria at Suwan- Grant January 10, 11, 1963. to
Clubs is scheduled Saturday Feb. lovely gowns of a pattern popularin the cipher or zero more than 1963.Gene
Cox December 20, 21, High School.
nee '
Florida Music
meeting.On attend Educator
16, with more than 20 young 1854, when Foster's song was two centuries before it appearedin
women vocalists from throughout published." Europe.A 26, 27, 28. 1962. the motion of Brim seconded Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feemas appeared Clinic at Daytona Beach, Florida

Florida competing for five Buren L. Dunavant December by Vann Otto F. Dickman was before the Board and requested -i Fred O. Young January 25

t musical scholarships. 26, 27, 28 31, 1962 and Janu- elected Chairman; on motion of that consideration be given 1963 to accompany members of
MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC motion was made by Brim ary 2, 1963. Thonis Barnett, seconded by to enroll several children not Suwannee Junior Academy of
"These girls most of them high
\ school seniors or college students INSTRUCTION, SUWANNEE seconded by Dickman to accept John A. Cade Jr. December, Vann V. V. Brim was elected presently enrolled in school. The Science to Marianna, Florida: Bill
COUNTY, FLORIDA the bid of 2354.94 for one (1) 26, 27, 1962. Board took the matter under ad-
must be from 17 to 21 years old Vice Chairman of said Board of Miller January 10. 11. 1963. to
Buick from the Mott Buick
j and must be advanced musicians Live Oak, Florida V/8 John J. Johnson December Public Instruction for the Coun- visement.A Florida Band Masters Clinic, Daytona -
I capable of giving creditable radio December 15, 1962 Company. Motion carried. 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 31, 1962. ty of Suwannee. State of Florida.On motion was made by Barnett Beach Florida: E. L. White

t. television concert Representative Leon McDonald. Thomas Lee Boatright December motion by Brim secondedby with second by Crews to instruct and Frances Etheridge, January
or performances -
The called to orderat
: ," according to Miss Thelma meeting was Suwannee County, appeared before 26, 27. 28, 1962. Vann Mr. Alfred Airth was Principal William R. Hall Su 17. 18 19, 1963. to Florida State
9:00: A.M. by Thonis R. Barnett -
the Board and related Infor-
I 'A. Boltin special events director Glen Sumner December 26, retained as attorney for Suwannee wannee High School to pay bills Music Education Association Clinic
t Chairman. Other members
at the Foster Memorial. Each concerning a 1962. County Board of Public Instruction relating to injuries received in at Florida A and M University.
I' j I also must entry present were: Henry Vann V. V. timber cutting demonstration 'II' E. D. Cribbs December 26, during 1963. collapse of bleachers at Live Oakvs. Tallahassee Florida. The motion
be sponsored by a Brim Otto Dickman and John S. scheduled for April 11, 1963.
Florida Federated Music Club. 27, 28, 1962.William Minutes of last meeting were Lake City football game, No- carried.
Rebecca Flood. Members of the legislature and R. Hall December 21, read and approved. vember 23, 1962. The motion car- An extended discussion wa
f Ann
Jenkins of Orlan-
J Minutes of the previous meetingwere the Governor and his Cabinet
are 26, 27, 28, 1962, and January 2,
do Board members elected for next held concerning specifications for
the 1962
won title of "Jeanie"and read and approved.Superintendent ried.Motion
expected to be present. Approvalwas
; the $500 music scholarship Williamson 1963.Fred 4 years are: Thonis Barnett, V. V. was made by Barnett new buses needed for school
t t which goes with it. Four other given for the use of the Young December 21, 26, Brim and L. M. Crews Jr. second by Vann to accept the resignation transportation. Such bids to be requested -
gave a report maintenancework school buses. The bands from Su
27. 28, 1962 and January 2, 1963. The Board commended Mr. of Dr. Abel Diaz effec- in the near future.A .
young women received $200
r I and of problems relating to High School and Bran-
I wannee Harry Grant December 26, tive October 1, 1962. Motion
awards to further their musical John Flood for his service to the car- motion was made by Barnett.
"1 transportation.Bids ford High School will be requested -
27, 28, 1962.
0 education. school system in Suwannee Coun- ried.Discussion second by Vann to accept the
were opened for Driver
to play. Superintendent
Shellie Q. Brown December Individual of was held concerningthe resignation of
"Becky will be present to assistin ty. expressions appreciation Coaches Gene Cox
crowning her successor," Miss Education cars. Bids were received liamson was instructed to write a 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 31, 1962, and were voiced by mem- type and quality of paint to and Brent Hall, effective the end
from Grantham Chevrolet
1 I Boltin said. "We hope several letter to Representative McDon- January 2, 1963. bers of the Board and the Super- be used for painting buildings at of their present! contract. Motion
1 Company Ottis Brown Motors,
'jj ald stating the approval for the James L. Bevel December 26, intendent.It Nettie Baisden and Suwannee carried.

j i 1; tend.other"former winners also will at- Buick Ratliff Motor Company. and Mott use of buses and the appearanceof 27, 28, 31, 1962 and January 2, was deciced that regular Junior High School.Recommendations. Other matters of a routine nature -
Company.A the bands for this occasion.Mr. .
1 Board meetings would be opened were made were discussed.
Brown Hair Not Required Meeting wa--
: .Miss Boltin pointed out that motion was made by Brim Lewis Berry and Herbert James A. Watson December with a short devotional and prayer by Principal William R. Hall Su adjourned at 4:30 P. M.
seconded by Flood to accept the Hollaway were re-interviewed for 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 1962.
wannee High School, and Super-
there and that members of the Ministerial Everett L. Williamson
no longer is a requirement low
bid of $3,668.90 from Ottis
the position of maintenance co-,
Tillman December Association would be ask- intendent Williamson for the em-
: that and Secretary
j must have
brown hair. light Brown Motors for two (2) 6 cylin- ordinator. Mr. Thomas LeFevre 26, 27, 28, 31, 1962 and January ed to serve in this capacity. In ployment of Mrs. Robbie Holmes Board of Public Instruct
der Ramblers. The motion carried.
withdrew his the
application for
I 2, 1963.
the absence of such persons Superintendent Roberts as teacher in Suwannee Otto F. Dickman Chairman
maintenance coordinator position. Personal leave was approved for Williamson offeredan High School subject to the ap- Board of Public Instruction
Alter a tnorougn review of the Bertha Fletcher for November 28, opening prayer. ,
applicant's qualifications the
School Board members were informed -
Board approved the employmentof Professional leave was approvedfor CENTRAL
Lewis J. Berry as maintenance
Robert Constante and A. L. gram to be held in Tallahassee
coordinator for the Suwannee ENGINEERSFOR
Purcell to attend conference on January 21, 22, 1963.Superintendent .
Veneer-One or Two Baths. County School System.Superintendent Driver Education at St. Petersburg Williamsongave LP OR NATURAL GAS

Williamsonwas Florida, January 31 and a report of progress at vari- We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
FHA or CONVENTIONAL instructed to discuss the mat- February 2, 1963. ous schools and also discussed blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
ter of approval for the use of a Upon the recommendation of for LP and Natural Gas.
school bus transportation.Bids .
Financing tobacco warehouse owned by Mr. the Principal, James L. Bevel the for band instruments We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
'I SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Frank Futch for the Douglass Board terminated the were customer prefers.
rejected and new bids asked for
High School OF HEATERS
basketball team to
Joel Smith as custodian, effective -
Located In on February 5, 1963.
Edgewood Subdivision. use during the regular basketball
December 26, 1962. Mr. William R. Hall, Principal,
SELECT YOURS NOW season. Mr. A. Perry Geiger, Principal Suwannee County High School W. C. COPELAND JR.
Approval was given to change Branford ,
High School requested
presented a written and oral report -
Contact the contract of James L. Bevel to that consideration be given for relative to new accreditation HUnter 3.2218 Madison, Florida
read "Principal" instead of "As-

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signed pursuant to the ffetttst aa.e
Here And There Public NoticesIN statute Chapter 299(3 or Section ",.-
09. Florida Statutes. 141. wffl tes 4ee
with the Clerk of the QrcwM Overt M
and for Suwannee Gouty FtorMa *
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clark haveas Mrs. Malvina Trussell spent the THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, court house of said County at Live Oak. receipt of proof of publication ell fMi
1M'VVOME.N IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. Florida, within six calendar months from notice the fictitious ...... to-wit:
their guests their daughterinlaw week end with Mrs. E. W. Trus- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN the time of the first publication of this Stan's 66" Service
Mrs.Franklin Clark and chiLdren RE: The Estate of notice. Each claim or demand shall bin under which I will engage fcs b.ri.....
selLEmory CARRIE MAE PATTISON.Deceased. writing and in duplicate and shall I expect to engage in busies fa Lv
David and Janet of Colum- Croft of the U. of Fla. state the place of residence and post Oak. Florida and my address to Hfefewr
bia, S. C. spent the week end with his NOTICE OF PROBATE office address of the claimant, and shall to West.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, The extent of ownership to _tin.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Clement grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. P. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES- or attorney and any such claim or de- CHARLES STANFORD
Huffman.Mrs. TATE OF SAID DECEDENT: mand not so filed shall be void. Dated this 4th day of Jaaary A.D.
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor and son, George, of Jacksonville You are hereby notified that a written JEWELL WILLIAMSAs 19(3.
I and Miss Judy Greene visited Ed Worthington and Instrument purporting to be the Last I administrator of the Estate of CHARLES STANFORD
Will and Testament of the above decedent -! William Edward Williams also 15-33
daughter, Cristy, of Lee were din-
Mrs. Frank Greene Jr. and Mrs.
has been admitted to probate in: known as W. E. "Dub" Williams
ii'f Mrs. Delegal Hostess Minister's Sons H. D.:Clement, last week end. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn said Court. deceased. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
t ... Milton Sunday.Mr. You are hereby eommanded within six 37.40IN THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF
Miss Nata Carolyn Fowler and (6) calendar months from the date of FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN-
t r t ,' To Pine Grove Club Honored With PartyThe Miss Linda Webster, students at and Mrs. T. J. Kennon had the first publication of this notice to ap- THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERYJIM
Educational Building of as their guests last week end Mr. pear in said Court to show cause if any IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN-
: Mrs. Ned Delegal was hostess to Jones Business College in Jacksonville you can why the actions of said Courtin TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN ROE.Plaintiff
,.'. : the Pine Grove Home Demonstration the Advent Christian Church was spent the week end with and Mrs. Charles Roper of Atlanta -, admitting said Will to probate shouldnot RE: The Estate of vs. DIVORCE
at the setting Sunday night for an Ga., and their son Branch stand revoked. CARRIE MAE PATTISON. WILLIE C. ROE.
Club Monday afternoon Miss Fowler's parents Mr. and (SEAL) Deceased. Defendant
I her home. informal reception honoring Paul Mrs. Aubrey Fowler. Kennon. a student at the Univer- SI REECE BROWN NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO: Willie C. Roe. whoM ....... rc i-
I 1 club presi- and David Melvin, sons of Mr. sity of Florida in Gainesville. 87-40 County Judge All creditors of the Estate of Carrie dent and resideste is .. .....
Mrs. W. W. Hunter, Mrs. W. J. and Miss
II Nipper Mae Pattison. deceased are hereby noti- You are hereby notified that a OMH-
dent, called the meeting to order. and Mrs. Nelson B. Melvin Caroline Hart spent Sunday afternoon William H. Townsend returnedto IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT fied and required to file any claim or demand plaint for a divorce has been filed sa
Mrs. recently moved here from Aurora his home January 19 from Fort IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY which they may have against said the above named Court aad yws are
The devotional was given by in Cherry Lake visiting FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN estate in the Office .
of the
County Judgeof required to of AMWT
I, serve a copy yo r
which the HI. Mr. Melvin is the ministerfor Sill, Okla. where he was stationed RE: The Estate of Suwannee Florida,
Delegal after group Mr. and Mrs.W. T. Rycroft.Mr. County. in the or Pleading to the Complaint tours the
l1 .\ repeated the the Advent Christian Church. with the National Guard for CLARA M. GREENE. Court House at Live Oak Florida with Plaintiffs Attorney. Wm. ......
sang "America" and and Mrs. L. F. Williams Deceased. in six (6) calendar
I months from the date Slaughter. P. O. Box 1t8. Live Oak.
Native and seasonal six months. He will be
: creed. greenery visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bar- now en- I, NOTICE OF PROBATE of the first publication of this notice. Florida and file the orii *I te the office -
I 4 Corbit secretary, flowers were placed at vantage gaged in farming in Suwannee I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL Each claim or demand must be filed in of the Clerk of the Cirosfc OwH.
H 1 Mrs. A.0. nett and sons, Rodney and Gilbert PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES- duplicate in writing and must state the on or before the 16th day of February.>>
J read the minutes of the last meeting points in the room. and Mr and Mrs. E. E:Phil County. TATE OF SAID DECEDENT: place of residence and post office of the A. D. 19 63. if you care to ctot tike
The refreshment table was ov- Mrs. W. M. Webb and childrenof You are hereby notified that a written claimant and must be sworn to by the same otherwise the aUegatioM e/ the
9 and approved. I It
they were lips in Madison Sunday afternoon.Mrs. instrument purporting to be the Last claimant, his agent, or his attorney or it Complaint win be taken M afmirf
Plans were made for the County erlaid with a white cloth and cen- W. F. Bell is spending a St. Petersburg spent two weeks Will and Testament of the above dece will become void according to law.S by you.
Commissioners Luncheon to tered with a floral design placedat recently with her mother, Mrs. dent has been admitted to probate in / J. Pomeroy CarterAdministrator Done and ordered in Live Oak. 9a-
1 Jacksonville
few days in visitingher said Court.
wannee County Florida this Ifth Jhyof
\ be held Tuesday, Feb. 5. one end was the crystal punch sister, Mrs. Roy Matthews. Marion Greek of McAlpin.Mr. You are hereby commanded within six 37-40 January, A. D. 1963.
bowl. Silver trays of party sandwiches and Mrs. Henry Skinner (6) calendar months from the date of (SEAL)
;;. J Miss Bernice Shuler, home agent Mr and Mrs. B. W. Helvenstonm the first publication of this notice to appear NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR Lavanghn A. SMS<
: sub- potato chips and other returned Friday from a visit with in said Court to show if TRADE NAME LAW M
spoke to the club on the and family and Mrs. B. W. cause any Clerk of Cirevit Cart
rf of Who We party foods were placed on the their son and daughter-in-law, you can why the actions of said Courtin TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Suwannee County Flu-Ma
"Understanding Helvenston Jr., spent Sunday in admitting said Will to probate should Notice is hereby given that the under- 3J9
r Are". table. Tallahassee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl Skin- not stand unrevoked.

j' Others present were Mrs. W. J. Richard Foster, president of the and Mrs. Leon McDonaldleft ner and family in Virginia Beach, (SEAL) 51 REECE BROWN
youth fellowship hosts for the reception Va. Mr. Skinner is in the Navy
L. F.
Nipper, Mrs. Bob Skeen Mrs. for Tallahassee Tuesday. County Judge
o' introduced the honoreesto and stationed aboard the USS S7-40 A. L. WARD
.r Williams Mrs. H. F.Wiggins. Mrs. Mrs. Ed, Mattingly and daughter I "Aubrey"
: S. T. Bozeman, Mrs. Carrie Brin- the guests. of Atlanta- Ga.- spent tne Enterprise and. will .be. leaving. IN THE, COURT OF THE COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mitchelland soon on a six month's cruise. JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY.
Mrs. Sam Mrs. W.
son. Delegal week end with her parents Dr. FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
Mrs. Harold Duckworth While in Virginia Beach Mr. and SPREADER SERVICE
t I G. Lawson Mrs. Ross Leming. and Mrs. G. A. Lee. RE: Estate of
Mrs. Paul Umstead and guests sponsors of the youth fellowship Mrs. Henry Skinner enjoyed a WILLIAM EDWARD WILLIAMSAlso
Miss Mary Mahone Rees stu- known as W. E. "DUB"
assisted Mr. Foster. tour of this great ship. MATERIALS"Fast
:. t Miss Gretchen Hunter, Mrs. H. dent at Jones Business College in Williams "
\ Mrs. Stewart Nobles, Mrs. Wiley Lt. and Mrs. Dan Livermore of Deceased
B. and Miss Caroline Hart.
Bailey, I
Jacksonville spent the week end To All Creditors and Persons Having and Courteous Service
Grantham Mrs. Harry Kunert I Fort Rucker, Ala., visited Mr. and
\ Mrs. Delegal served coffee with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
4 Cokes, fruit cake pound cake Mrs. John Schneider, Mrs. Jackie Mrs. Dave McNeill last week end. You and each of yon are hereby noti-
Mahone Rees. fied and required to present any claimsor Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271
Guest and Mrs. George Croft Mr. Mrs. A. B. Hansen of
( mints, nuts, and fudge. Mrs. Ina Power spent last week and demands which :you or either of you. '
\ poured punch during the evening. Sanford spent last week with Mr. may have against the estate of William McALPIN, FLORIDA >,
( 4 visiting her sister Mrs. John Edward Williams also known as W. E.Dub" .
Around one hundred high and Mrs. Bill McManaway. "
Associated Charities school students attended. Moore in Lake City. County the County deceased Judge late of of Suwannee said- Near Harrell's: Store on Mayo Road
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans and County-
Florida at his office in the
: To Have Board 1 Meeting i children spent Sunday in Talla-' The average seven-inch pencilcan

1 >> The official Board of the As- Woman's Club MeetThe hassee visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph draw a line at least 35 miles

sociated Charities will hold their Woman's Club of Live Oak Deese. long. It contains 25 or more ingredients -
monthly meeting today (Thurs- will meet at the club house on Mrs. T. J. Kennon is spending including wax from
day) morning at 8 ajn. in the West Duval Street Friday at 12:30: Thursday and Friday of this weekin Brazil clay from England gum
home of Mrs. Morgan Miller on for their covered dish luncheonand Gainesville. from Iran zinc from New Jersey,

Demorest St. Anyone who is interested business meeting.Mrs. Tommy Kennon spent the week graphite from Mexico or Ceylon .
in missionary work is invited Brody Harris club president end in Gainesville where he attended I and sperm whale oil from the

\ l'' to attend. urges all members to attend. a fraternity party. South Pacific.



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< WORTH'S Surprise Store FINAL DAYS

; Property OwnersIn

- compliance with the provisions of Section


12, Chapter 5592, Laws of Florida, I will be at


OUR REGULAR STOCK WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR SPRING AND SUMMER the following precincts at the time designatedfor

MERCHANDISE. m ,'sWEAR the purpose t>f receiving tax returns on

personal and other property intangible

Fall & Winter and receiving applications for home-

ODD LOTS SHIRTS stead, widow and other exemptions due under

: Not All Sizes In Every Style COTTON $1.88SWEATERS the law.

555 FLANNEL $2:88S666 :

S188 S288 CORDUROY MONDAY, FEB. 11, 1963

Free. No. 12 Wellborn Masonic Temple Feb. 11 10:00 Til. 10:30:

Prec. No. 6 Suwannee Sta. Feb. 11 2:00 Til. -2:15

Prec. No. 7 Falmouth, Nobles Store Feb. 11 2:45 Til. 3:10

Prec. No. 24 Rocky Sink Church Feb. 11 3:25 Til. 3:40

l1 S777 Prec. No. 8 Newbern, Landen's Store Feb. 11 4:00 Til. 4:20
S 88

3 $3.47 to $5.48Val. TUESDAY, FEB. 12

$4.99 to $8.95JACKETS
Free. No. 10 Clayland School House Feb. 12 ,9:30 Tit! 9:40

Free. No. 9 Dowling Park, Carrol's Store Feb. 12 9:45 Til.! 10:00

Some Up to $5.98 Free. No. 16 Kirkland Feb. 12 10:30 Til. 10:45

5899 5999 Free. No. 17 Luraville, LeFevre Store Feb. 12 11:00 Til.! 11 :45

We Guarantee Val. to $8.98 Free. No. 13 Central Church House Feb. 12 2:45 Til.! 3:00

Free.-No. 14 McAlpin, Gaston Store Feb. 12 3:15 Til.! 3:35

$5.88 to $12.88

Values to 14.99
LADIES Values to $19.99 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13

L Free. No. 19 O'Brien Post Office Feb. 13 10:00.Til. 10:30

COAT: Free. No. 20 Hickory Sink Feb. 13 11:00 Til.! 11:30



I Take Advantage EVERY COAT IN STOCK $14.87 to $18.87 Prec. No. 21 Hildreth Parrish's Store Feb. 15 :11:30 Til. 11:50

THIS YEAR'S STYLE TREMENDOUSREDUCTIONS Pree. No. 22 Branford, Maynard's Store Feb.15 1:30 Til. 4:00
of the Values to $29.98


NOW JACKETS $3.87 to $10.77 SWEATERS Prec. No. 22 Branford, Maynard's Store Feb. 16 10:30 Til. 4:00


COATS GREATLY REDUCED!! SHIRTS Prec. No. 22 Branford, Maynard's Store Feb. 18 1:30. Til. 4:00* _



Prec. No. 22 .Branford, :Maynard's Store' Feb. 19 1:30 trite 4:00 _
All Winter Apparel .. .0
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Fall and WinterMerchandise -

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I Bulldog: Cabers Post 7-6 Mark Soil Board Plans News And Activities From

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Fall Before Tornadoes regular monthly meeting of CHARLES PULLEY Director
Bulldogs Swamp Suwannee Claims the Board of Supervisors for the I
Suwannee River Soil Conservation -
After the first week of practicethe of 10:30 until 12:00 so that all
Jasper 6143 In I Accurate_ Shooting, Early LeadThe 69-64 Win OverMacdenny Feb. District 1, at the will County be held Agricultural Friday 12-11 Basketball League is students who are attending the
ready to start its regular game high school basketball game may
Starke Tornadoes handed the Bulldogs their Building. Chairman J. Dan Ross
schedule. The first game in this come to the Recreation Center after -
7th Seasons' Win sixth loss of the season aga inst seven wins Friday in a 'Cats'The will preside. league will be held Saturday the game for dancing or other
Supervisor T. J. Fletcher Sr.,
71-55 defeat that was decide d early in the first quarter. i that affiliate morning at the Old Armory. All recreational activities. The Center
Outgunned Jasper fell before The Tornadoes stunned I the Bulldogs with deadly Suwannee High cage to support the District'in memberships four teams will play with the first will be open for Senior High

the fire power of the Bulldogs accuracy from the floor that; netted them a 16-2 lead in team clashed with the Baker its program were purchased last game getting underway at 9, and School students Saturday night at
61-43 Tuesday, Jan. 22, who the first few minutes. Starke* Ross also praised Ronald Wil- County Wildcats Friday, week by Mott Buick Co., Seward the second game starting at 10. the regular times which are 10:00:
would not be denied their seventh stretched its lead to a 24-9 score liams for his brilliant defensive Jan. 18, and took their revenge Fleet, Commercial Bank First Na- All teams will practice again today pjn. to 12:00 pjn.
season's victory. at the end of the first quarter work. with close 69-64 decision tional Bank, Cheek Drug Co.. and (Thursday), at the Armory.So The Varsity Cheerleaders are
The Bulldogs took an early lead a 15-point margin. The loss to Starke left the Bull_ a Farmers Mutual Exchange of Live far about fifty boys have been sponsoring a dance at the Centeron
in the game, finishing the first The angry Bulldogs came bat- dogs with a 7-6 record for the that was decided in Oak. The money raised by the coming out to the practice sessions Feb. 15, after the basketball
quarter with an 18-10 margin. tling back in the second period to season. They stand 3-4 in the the final seconds.The sale of these memberships is to be and have been assigned to game. This promises to be a big
During the second period. Suwannee within 9 points of their opponentsas conference. The team has improved Bulldogs led all the way used to sponsor a soil conservation teams.; The team rosters with event and everyone is urged to at-
continued to lengthen its lead until late in the fourth quarter their coaches tend.
the half ended 34-25. considerably as Ross predicted speaking contest in the local are:
over the hapless Jasper five. The I: But the Tornadoes' accuracy earlier in the season. when the Wildcats pulled out schools. Coach Jim Clayton; Chuck The Live Oak-Suwannee Count
half saw the Bulldogs leading 38- coupled with the first quarter deficit The Bulldogs have won five of front by two points with two Plans for the plow-plant dem- Warner Keith Mixon, David Willis ty Recreation Department will
21.The proved too great a hurdle for their last games. Ross emphasizedthat minutes left on the clock. But onstration are proceeding and Hugo Sotolongo, Steve Bron- host the quarterly meeting of Dis-
second half turned into a Suwannee. In addition, the Bull- if the squad can improve its the determined Suwannee five three manufacturers are planningto son. Charles Howes, Roy Dudley trict n of the Florida Recreatior.
substitutes delight. Coach Larry came back to win the match. Mike Cannon, Bill Creech Joe Association at the Center
dogs had their troubles with hit- shooting skill, it will emerge as a be present: International Harvester in Feb
Ross unloaded his bench and everybody ting baskets. top-notch prep team. The victory was specially sweet Dempster, and Cole. Phillips, Vern Roberts, Ronnie ruary. This will be a business
played. Coach Larry Ross said the team He said the team can execute since Macclenny handed the Bull- The field in which the plantingsare Johnson, and Hank Ratliff. meeting of all Recreation Depart-
Ross said the Bulldogs enjoyeda dogs a humiliating defeat in their Coaches Marvin and ments in the District
scored on a meager 29 per cent plays and handle defensive as to be made is about on-half Johns which ex-
heighth advantage over Jasper of its shots while Starke sank 61 : signments as well as any high I first game of the season. mile north of Taylor's Store and Harry Nobles; Doug Townsend, tends eastward of the Suwannee
that enabled them to snag mostof per cent of its opportunities.Ross school basketball team he has Coach Larry Ross said the alongside State Road 51 on the Tom Cheek, John Murrah, Jim- River and extends north and
the rebounds. He singled out added that the Bulldogs seen. whole team turned in a stellar west side. The demonstration begins my Hale, Mike Pittman, Anthony south from Fernandina Beach to
Ronald Williams as "looking good made 27 of 36 free throws. This SCORING RECORD performance. He singled out Thursday, Feb. 7 at 2 pjn. Levere, Steve Quillen, James Rat- Orlando. The business meetingwill
offensively". was a serious problem that now Suwannee James Poole for his consistent .. .- liff, Greg Hatch, Harold Johnson. be followed by a program
SCORING RECORD appears to be licked, he said. Croft 1 rebounding from the backboard. Lanny Rowe, and Gary Brown. sponsored by the host Recreation
Suwannee Ross singled out James Poole Martin 2 Ross said that Robert Dees Pecan Trees Available Coaches Russell Johnson and Department and a luncheon. This
Croft 2 and Ronald Strickland for the Flood 2 played his best game of the sea Carl Moore; Kenny Harrell, Terry will be the first such meeting held
Flood 4 "fine job they did on rebound- Williams 11 son, and looked outstanding on At Agent's Office Clayton John Kight, Keith Stap- in Live Oak and sponsored by this
Williams 12 ing". Poole is the tallest man on Strickland 17 offense. Dees scored 11 points. Any farmer desiring to order leton, Jim Hingson, Mitchell Department.The .
Strickland 16 the team at 6.2.Suwannee. Poole 11 The Bulldogs took an early I lead pecan trees may do so by apply- Kirkland, Lawrence Pert, Van Department urges all per-
Poole 4 Law 4 in the contest, finishing the first ing at the County Agent's office Dees, Joseph Jenkins, Steve Har- sons who have an interest in recreation -
: Tsacrios 2 Dees S 4 quarter with a strong margin of before Feb.. 10. Orders will be rington, Calvin Goodlet, Roy Hut- and in their children to
Law 2 DemocratSubscriptioIIS Kirby 2 15-5. Suwannee continued to lead filled with large varieties of scab cherson, and Bob McHenry. visit the Recreation Center and
Dees 11 Fry 15a at the end of the half 32-27. resistant trees. Coaches Russell Avery and Ed- its facilities at any time.
Kirby 8 After the intermission the These trees are being obtainedat ward Mullins; Bobby Poole, Dan- .
Wildcats began to slowly close the a good price by ordering vol ny Edwards, Tommy Rawls, See what you buy before you
61 Starke gap. The third quarter ended with ume. If farmers are interested in Fletcher Bass, Glenn Jernigan, buy by shopping the advertis-
Jasper Here is a list of new sUbscriP- Jenkins 2 the Bulldogs leading 49-45. obtaining some of these trees, Robert Heath Scott Law, Wesly ing columns of your hometown
Jackson 5 tions and subscriptions renewedto Bishop 10 In the final two minutes, Mac- check with the County Agent's of Silas, Buddy Goodlet, Matthew newspaper.
.Register 5 the Suwannee Democrat from Bowling 11 clenny pulled out front by one fice.During : Bennett, Alvin Greene, and Jos-
Harvey 1 January 18 to January 25. Moore 4 basket only to be overcome in the 1962 approximately 2- eph. Harrell.
Dall 10 NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSR. Nelson 10 final seconds by a Bulldog squad 000 new pecan trees were set out The teams coached by Clayton,
Padgett 14 L. Allbritton, Rt., L. O. Moody 6 that would not be denied. in Suwannee County. Many farm- Johns, and Nobles will practice
Hackle 6 George Abrams, Rt., L. O. Williams 14 SCORING RECORD ers are planning ahead by setting each Thursday at 3:30 at the Old f BEWARE OF
Goolsby 2 James L. Bevel, LrO. Hobbs 15 Suwannee their idle land in pecan trees. Armory. The teams coached by ;; s
Advertiser's Research Service, Flood 12 County Agent Paul Crews says Johnson, Moore, Avery, and Mul
43 New York, N. Y. 71 Williams, R. 9 that if a farmer takes care of his lins will practice each Thursadyat ''t!
R. F. Holcomb, Rt., L. O. Strickland 17 pecan trees, they will eventuallytake 4:30 in the Old Armory. This
Mrs. Voncille Bell Branford Poole 16 care of him. Thursday each team will choosea
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) George K. Hall, Phoenix, Ariz. Suwannee Law 4 name for itself and game sche- call

.............................. John H. Geist, Lake City Dees 11 dules will be made up and passedout
Card Of
A/2c Joseph P. Gill, New York, ThanksMay to each team member.
FOR YOUR ; we take this method of This
N. Y. Higlt 69 Friday night the Recrea-
: TREE TRIMMING & : Mrs. Addie Parker, Jacksonville Maeelenny trying to express our sincere tion Center will be open past the
TREE REMOVAL : SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDMr. Thorpe" 18 thanks for the beautiful gifts of ; usual Friday night closing hour Lfor the sake of your home

TRENCHING OR and Mrs. Howard Putnal, MenuJanuary Lyons 2 flowers, cards, kind words, and
DITCHING Madison Rhoden S 16 food during the recent loss of
Arnett Hillhouse, McAlpin 31 through February 6 Combs, Lewis 14 our mother and sister, Mrs. Mar-
CALL James Severance, BranfordJ. THURSDAY Taylor 10 tha E. Hart. Dr. B. E. Daniel and
M. Clark, DeLandJ. Creamed Turkey and Dressing Combs Lonnie 2 the staff of nurses, to you we say
r FloodConstruction M. N. Clark, Rt., L. O. Cranberry Relish Thornton 2 thank you for your untiring efforts -
r Cecil B. Boyd, Findley, Ohio Frozen Lima Beans and your faithful work. To
r Co. Charles Sweat, Tallahassee Ambrosia 64 the Baptist Church Sunday
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.. .. I Ho-gSaies Decline In .
Cattle Market Action
County Agent's Column -_:*: :1f!!!Eillg illlliiillf i ili j mm& 1--:;;: Register

Cattle and calf sales at the Su- $2.50 per hundred pounds higher brought $12.75$15.75.One .

I DOWN TO EARTH IMPORTS FINE USED CARS JWCc wannee Valley Livestock Market he said. utility bull brought $1&M
dropped to 102 sold comparedwith Avery reported that feeder- and one standard calf sold tar

130 at the previous sale and stockers made up 50 per cent of $20.75.
: :; :
BY PAUL CREWS hog trading fell from 1,060 to 825. the run while calves were 24 per Choice feeder-stocker steerc

George C. Avery of the Florida cent of the total. brought $23.50-$25.25. goods Wad.

Realized gross farm income in trend in consumer preference for State Marketing Bureau reported One good yearling slaughter ed at $23-$24, mediums with a

1962 ic likely to be between 1 and beef (2) some probably increasesin that cattle and calves in all classes steer brought $23 per hundred few commons 17502150.)

2 per cent higher than in 1961. the per capita disposal income "moved actively through rather pounds standards sold for $19- Two choice heifers sold for

About one-hall of the increase in and (3) increased population.The broad markets". $21.75 high-utilities traded at $23.25 and one good heifer

t gross income is from increased demand for beef has been vibc He said that slaughter cows $18-$18.75 and one cutter brought brought $19.50.Highcommon.

government payments. With a strong throughout the year. Per .- were steady while other classes $15.Standard and medftwi
continued rise in farm production capita consumption in 1962 is expected were few in one or both weeks. heifers brought $18- cows brought $17-$18.50 and Inferiors -

expenses about offsetting the Increase to be 89 pounds up 1 Feeder-stocker steers were steadyto $21.75. sold for $10-$13.

in gross f: --- ,.: pound from 1961. This continu- strong with cows and heifers Utility cows sold for $15.75- Medium, good and a few choice
income the realized -f,: ing trend of consumer preferencefor few. Calves were strong to fully $17.25 high-canners and cutters calves brought $$22.50-$26.75 while

net income .. +: : .0 beef coupled with increasing commons ranged from $15.76-

of farm operat-F. ,% t population is a strong factor favoring $19.75.
ors in 1962 .: /" beef. Thus some marketing ResolutionOF Hog trading showed a sevese

about the 1 ''<. ;,.'.#: / increases that are likely to occur 1R Ur-\ decrease for the second consecutive -
same as the l2Sr :' .4M./-+ in 1963 will be somewhat offset -3t3C'tt: I / \ I week. Mixed grades of 1W-
billion ,' A times and conditions and to visualize 210 pound gilts and barrows
dollars4jreceived by demand factors. 1 I I i
in 1961.f& On the supply side this year's $ DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC and assume leadership in brought $15.36 210-240 pod

The outlook tl>,>, h' .' "': calf crop is larger while there has WELFARE DISTRICT NO. 3 planning for his church and civic $1569 240-270 pounds $14.26,
for 'k' ko- endeavors in his community and 160-180 pounds 1470. 140-16
farm income been a slight decrease in calf
?%J,, '%' f'" WHEREAS God in His Infinite WHEREAS he was rich in hit .
in 1963 looks W. fx slaughter. This probably will result pounds $13.75 120-140 pouadt
Wisdom called Elbert W. Trussell host of friends, a possession he
like more of the same. There is in an increase of two to three $13.65, 100-120 pounds $13.50 and
from his earthy task on the 10th valued above the goods of this
no reason to expect any signifi- I million head in the cattle and 80-100 pounds $13.10.
day of January A. D. 1963. and world, thereforeBE
cant change either up or down in : calf inventory for January 1, 1963. " Most sows ranging from 186-
I WHEREAS during five yearsof IT RESOLVED by the Dis-
realized net income of farm operators The inventory January 1, 1963 400 pounds sold for $12JW-$13.
his life he served his fellowmanand trict Three Welfare Board that 400-600
next year. Barring any ma- would be between 101 and 103 pounds $11-$11.5 and
his community through service we deplore his passing and extendto boars brought $8.
jor change in the international million head.
"It was owned by a little old lady who only used it once a week to as a Member of District No. 3 his wife our sincere sympathiesand Medium and good feeder pig
situation we may expect 1963 to For all 1963, cattle slaughterand
report to her parole board." Welfare Board embracing Columbia condolences and
be another year of relative stabill- beef production is expected to under 60 pounds brought $10-
Dixie Gilchrist, Hamilton BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat $13.75 60-90 pounds $$12-$14,
ty in farm output in the domes- increase. Imports of processingbeef
tic and foreign demand for farm may decline some from 1962, Social Security AnswersEditor's Lafayette Levy, Madison Taylor in token of our feeling for few lots from 90-120 pounds $18-

products in farm prices and. in but total supply of beef is expected J and Suwannee Counties and this true and loyal friend copiesof 75-$14.10.
WHEREAS during his many this Resolution be sent to Mrs. UI
aggregate net realized farm in- to be large enough so that per
years of service he missed very Ruth Trussell his widow and be
come. capita consumption will increaseby ( Note: These questionsand both over 65. If I figure correctly few meetings representing the After gold South Africa's mod
CATTLE Current indicationsare 1 pound in 1963. Normally we answers were compiled by we could get $165 every monthin people of his county and this district spread upon a separate page of valuable export is wool. Uraniumruns
our Minutes and be furnished to
that 1963 cattle prices will consume about what is produced. William M. Eanes, District Man- Social Security if I was not fairly and impartially in all third.
the Suwannee County Democrat.
average slightly below 1962 levels Assuming no unusual weather ager for the Social Security Ad- still working for $200 a month. matters coming up before the
ADOPTED this 23rd day
primarily because of increased conditiions over large areas of the ministration at Valdosta. Eanes How much would I have to cut Board for their consideration and o* -uwwwwJnannnftr FOR THE FRESHEST
January A. D. 1963.
cattle marketings in 1963. A fav- nation or other national phenom- invites readers to mail their ques- back on my work to get some pay_ WHEREAS through his love for I SEAFOODS
Department of Public Welfare,
orable force tending to counteract enons, we can expect prices for tions to him at P. O. Box 918 ments? people and dedication to his fellowman I

increased supplies of beef in most of 1963 to average only 1 I Valdosta, Ga. Please do not mail. ANSWER: If you have figured he maintained an active By District: Mrs.Number Van H.Three Priest Mack's Fish MarketPine I

1963 is a continued strong demand slightly below 1962 prices.In your inquiries to this paper.) correctly you could keep right interest and participation in the Chairman of the Board Ave.
for beef. Thus there are summary the outlook is QUESTION: My wife and I are on working for $200 a month and affairs of his community state Att Donald L. Nelson Freshness and Quality Assured :
based Phone FO 21650JAMES
on increasing population
two groups of offsetting factorsat get about a thousand dollars a and nation and was considered as District Director (Secretary) ..
work. Factors tending to exerta continued high per capita Income about two to three per cent larger year in Social Security payments one of the most progressive citizens -

downward pressure on cattle and consumer preferencefor than last fall. Producers in ten besides. We are wondering why whose advise and counsel were

prices are (1) an increase in beef beef offsetting to a large degree Corn Belt states have_ reported you haven't been in touch with us sought by people of all ages and
V some of the increase in beef t. .
production. and (2) increased 24-HOUR
intentions to increase farrowingsthe sooner. WHEREAS his cheerful spirit
supplies of pork and poultry marketed plus increases in sup- first half of 1963's spring crop QUESTION: I am a widow 65 zest for living and enthusiastic Ir J!% OXYGEN EQUIPPED
plies of pork and poultry. Each
throughout the year. by about 4 per cent. Hog prices years old. I get a check for $48 outlook on life did not wane
cattleman should watch weather
'1 Offsetting factors or those then for 1963 probably will be below every month from my husband's throughout his Me and enabled
conditions. trends in number oi Ambulance Service
which tend to strengthen pricesare this year throughout most of social security and my own work.I him to adjust through changingyou
cattle marketed and "
(1) a continuation in the the year. think they said $40 comes from

general pork and economic poultry conditions as well as the in To look at the year more closely my work. If I remarry will I cut could lose all the work credits Phone FO 2-3333

planning his own prices of hogs from January off this payment? you have under that number. .

PINE TIMBER HOGS Hog prices program.for all of through July, 1963, probably will ANSWER: If you remarry you QUESTION: I am 68 years old. ..-_ '
WANTED 1963 are expected to average fairly close to year earlier could keep the $40 monthly you I have never applied for Social :
average : After midsummer look for get from your own work. You :
prices. Security before. I understand I
about $1 lower than 1962. In 1962,
ALL KINDS prices to be slightly below year would also gain the right to pay-
could get some payments even
prices increased substantially dur- .. .
LOGS POLES ing the summer because of a earlier prices. Prices in 1963 are ments as a wife on your new hus- though I am working. Is this cor-
expected to be at their lowest relative band's record if these payments FUNERAL HOMEEast
strong summer demand for meats
position during the fourth would be larger than the $40 you rect.ANSWER would
This dependon
and because of decreased market- Howard St. 'H fl "
ing of hogs. Prior to June 1962 quarter. already get.QUESTION. how much you make and the "
hog prices were generally lower The corn hog ratio continues : I will be' 72 next amount of the monthly paymentyou S. C. BASS, JR.
than year earlier levels. Per capita -' favorable. Farmers may wish to June. I know I can get a check could get from us. Come see 1eSC"'Cd .
consumption of pork is expected watch the ratio throughout the every month after I'm 72. What us. We will check your record and EMERT. POTEET _
O. Box 628 months ahead. For the next few good would it do to put in a claim .a better answer about
to increase by about three- give you
LIVE OAK FLORIDA it probably will to ?
fourth of a pound in 1963. The months pay now how much you can get.
market hogs at the top price brac- ANSWER: The best reason we
1962 fall pig is
crop probably
ket. In planning for late 1963 and know is that you would get your

early 1964 hog farmers wil wishto first check a lot quicker. Anotherone
watch (1) the corn hog ratio is that you may not have SAVE {_ Stamp"I

(2) farrowing intentions as they made too much money to lose all :
For All Your NeedsWITH Quantity Rights 50 Free W. Green
are released by the USDA and of your checks for the past year.
(3) supplies of beef and poultry Since every application has a back I I ii i \ Reserved 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

marketed to see how competitive pay effect up to 12 months if you ONE PKG FROZEN SOUTHERN
meats are being produced. were dyer 65 the entire time your Prices Good I COCONUT CAKE

LP Again, both beef and pork pro- claim could go back to January I ThruFebruary GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 2ND
GAS-TANKS-APPLIANCES ducers should watch economic 1962. If you could get any pay- I,) I 2nd _
trends, the world situation, and ments for last year, a claim made : 10 i
SEEARTHUR the grass feed situation so that right now would guarantee that

plans can be made accordingly. you get them.QUESTION. .
: I am disabled. I
c CROWE get a small check from Social Security -

every month. My wife is

ATGREEN'S .. SAVE sick too. Someone told me she ., 1I'A 1/
I -' t could get a check too. She is 48 -'

3 and has never worked under Social -

FUEL Security.
; ANSWER: The information you
got is not correct. Unless your
IN LIVE OAK wtYSTravelers
wife has in her care a child who

gets a monthly Social Security

We Can Serve You Better Automobile check we cannot pay her before
she reaches age 62.
_ More Economically Insurance QUESTION: Will the Social

1. New Low Rates. Security number I got in 1940 be '
: 2. Safe Driver Savings. all right to use when I make my .41ir
3. Local Agent Service. income tax return?

w SEE. ANSWER: Of course your account -
number is good for your en-

GAS APPLIANCES.;.. Arlie K. Townsend tire lifetime. Once you have been

given your Social Security number -

InsuranceWilbur you should always use the .
_ St. Phone FO 2-1164 same number even when you I :b4: .

change your name. Otherwise

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/DIDN'T I job in which he was subsequently churches from Pennsylvania to No. 5 --.- A removed and replaced.The round.
hired. In addition to Smith New Mexico, a member of the
present top of these flash-
TELL YOU BOYSTO Executive: Committee of the AdVent rules and regulations together The other three projects are
ttaotbsr man iras presented to boards
is 45 feet above sea level, and
clearing marking the SuwanDt
EXHALE? H1 H1r1J the board. Christian. General Conference wfib & premlmrst bar itoe event. -
f and tftop of toe K-beams {s <3feet. E JU'Vu thBny tL from SI19iAA-
This is to be
According to the chairman, a of America, as a member of planning The low point of the river nee Springs to the mouth of the

motion was made to hire ,both the Foreign Mission Board, and within 60 days.Members bottom at the dam is 31 feet.
river, clearing of West Pass. at the
of the Garden
men. Commissioner Home said, as the National Director of Evan- When construction began the wa-
river mouth and
conducting a
however, that "we decided that gelism. were asked to begin advertise- ter level was 38.7 feet.

} firing one man and hiring two Mrs. Melvin has served as treas- ment solicitation for the 1963 This week, water was flowing survey to determine costs of opening -

c others would have caused too urer of the Regional Women's catalogue which will be issued' in over the dam at nearly two feet the cross-state scenic canal -
from the Suwannee to the St.
much publicity." Home and Foreign Mission So- July or August.A high above the flashboard top.
Johns River via the Sante
Home added that he and Bonds ciety and is a soprano soloist. grounds committee headed by It is 21 miles from the dam to

were "a little obligated" to this Rev. and Mrs Melvin's previous Fletcher has made plans to alter, the U. S. 41 bridge by the river. and Ocklawaba Rivers and the
include the area used by the carnival to Orange Lake watershed, by use of
other man. pastorates Burr Oak, During low water when there is

Board Badly Split Iowa Chetek, Wise., and New Al- permit a large show. The area to little water flow Mohler believeshe channel clearance canals and "

Commissioner Bonds said, "I'm bany, Ind. the north and west of the Coliseum can make a pool of water for dams If necessary.

sorry to say that the board is bad- In commenting on their first will be prepared for the at least 15 miles upstream becauseit Visitors Curious

ly split." impressions of Live Oak Pastor show grounds. is at this point where the river Visitors to the dam have noticed -

t He said that the, commissioners' Melvin said, "We have been deep- Contacts have been made with bottom builds up to 45 feet elevation I that the water at the cur-

tempers began to flare when ly moved by the friendliness of adjoining counties on the possibilities equal to the flashboards rent high flow is pouring around

t 1 1i Chairman Roberson adjournedthe the community and are looking of making the event here a at the dam. This point is six I the Suwannee County side of the

Jan. 8th meeting in an un- forward to an enjoyable and tri-county affair. miles from the bridge.

i L11 I( orthodox manner. He explainedthat fruitful ministry here". Fair officials termed the 1962 Raise Elevation dam.The dam Is now extended to a

= s / Roberson had closed the ses- exhibition the best held since reorganization Mohler wants to learn how level of only 45 feet elevation on

sion suddenly without warning No. 4 in 1935. Plans to im- deep the water will be at this this side. Mohler said bags of

and without giving the com- prove the fair to make the 1963 point upstream when the flowis sand and cement will be placedon

missioners time to bring up other dition, she is a leader and an of- an even better show were solicited small. This will depend on flow this side of the dam later in

business. ficer in the Pleasant Hill Home and asked to be incorporatedin velocity the slope effect and the order to build this side up to the

Roberson denied these charges, Demonstration Club. this year's premium book. hydraulic gradient. 49 foot level when tests are made
Mrs. Haas is noted for her work .
this effect is determined
declaring that he asked around raising the water to this level.
the board table for additional in 4-H. Her leadership contributedto No. 6 flashboards can be raised to elevation Fishermen have told Mohler
the McAlpin 4-H Club's win-
business and adjourned the meet- 49 feet the top of the they have made excellent catches
"We need a low flow to tell
ning the State Cooperative us
i MA ing when the commissioners' silence this," he said. dam. This could possibly increase In the bend downstream from the adam
Award. She and her husband have
I I the water rlpnth to SPVPTO. feat
indicated there was none. recently carried on this work "We should have that low flow farther- -- -- --- -- -- ---- ---- where the water Is still turbulent -

No. 1 keep Suwannee. County progress- Home said that he, Bonds and with out the aid of an assistant in mid-summer or we might not For about upstream.a mile downstream from flowing over and
around the dam.
Humphries discussing thesuperintendent's
were get it until next December.
We will be able in next week's ing."The county agent. from the U. S. 41 bridge, the river I Dam Cannot
job did not Wash
) taxpayers have not been and Mrs. Haas is formerly a member "When water gets down to this AwaySome
edition to outline in detail the getting their money's worth in hear Roberson close the meeting. and officer of the low flow we will let the river run bottom is 50 feet elevation old-timers have speculated -
Home Demonstration
new alinement of the Florida the current road and bridge pro- Hancock backed up Roberson's Council. She is through the dam until it reaches above sea level. At low flow, it is that the dam will wash away
a mem- doubtful
Army National Guard. gram. We just needed anotherman claim that each commissioner had ber of the Rural Areas Development a low point all up the river. if the dam can have during a flood. Mohler scoffs at

Camp dates this year have been on our road system Bonds ample notice before the meetingwas Council and has Then we'll raise the water level much effect on this section with this. He said the steel Hbeamsare

set and all of the Florida units continued. adjourned.An chairman of served as gradually at the dam. We'll take the dam top at 49 feet. driven seven feet into the
will go to Fort Stewart during Bonds said he did not have a argument was forthcomingon year term. group for a two hourly readings at all our well Members of the Suwannee River limestone base at the shallowest

the two week period from July 18 thing against Carroll, and that he this point and soon thereafter "This has and river depth gauges to deter- Authority at their last meet- points, and at the deepest are
woman said
thru August 11. This will be the would recommend him for a job Home moved that the board eliminate no'5." Rev. Baillie said.never mine how much of the water the ing made a list of four main pro- driven 15 feet into the limestone..

first time all Florida units have anywhere. In addition, he added Carroll's duties. The motion Mrs. Haas is an active memberof banks are taking through small jects which have been submittedto This means that about 'as much

attended summer camp at the that he would be willing to give was declared out of order by the the Pleasant Hill Baptist caverns and how much is back- the Governor's Committee on of the. beam is driven into the

same time. Carroll another county job to chairman who ruled that the Church. She teaches young ing upstream." Recreation in hope that some of limestone as is sticking out of It

meeting stood adjourned. peo- There are river depth gauges on these projects will be included in Mohler said also that
complete his 30 years for retire- ple and is active in the church's a
I Now is the time to become an ment. Heated Debate Training Union and W.M.U. In the upstream side of the dam at the ISO-million recommendationof flood comes the dam will be at

active member ,of the Suwannee Commissioner Humphries had What followed was a heated, addition, she is active in the Su White Springs and at Ellaville. this group to the next legisla- the bottom of the river and will

County Chamber of Commerce two-hour affray punctuated with There are gauges placed in wells ture. have less pressure
no direct criticism of the former wannee Baptist Association and is exerted on it
and have part in the develop- verbal barbs drilled by Mohler near the river Ellaville Dam
a superintendent's work. He said he and harsh language treasurer of the Associational than at the present time.

N ment of this county. Dues for felt the county just needed a tossed from all corners of the W.M.U. She is also active in the on both the up and the down- These projects, which have no Visitors have also noted! a slight

1963 are being received and new change in its 'road supervision."My commission table. McAlpin P-TA. stream sides of the dam and at priority, include a high level dam bow in the dam in the middle of

memberships solicited. It is good actions are designed to "If we had all discussed this In presenting the award Rev. White Springs. He will also check at Ellaville if the Suwannee the river. Mohler said this was

business to insist that a strong issue before the meeting like I I two wells drilled far back from Springs dam proves that an Ella- caused by difficulty in driving the
spend our tax dollars in the most Baillie said, "Because of the untiring -
_ trade group be maintained here. efficient manner possible," Hum- suggested this flare-up would efforts of this fine woman, the river. ville dam would be feasible. The pilings into the limestone. He said
Dam Structure goal of this Ellaville dam would
phries never have happened, Bonds de- Suwannee has specifications allowed the con-
said.No Relationship clared. veniences County and many con- The solid structure on the Ham- be to raise water to three and a structors a four-inch variance in

No.2 Humphries said that rumors "As far as I'm concerned this would otherwise be programs denied us.that ilton County side of the river is half feet depth at the U. S. 41 either direction, but that none o.:

action is made of sheet pilings, and the top bridge, as well as to back water
over and should not affect the pilings
. ty roads, buildings and equipment about his being related to Marcus "We feel your work has made is 52 feet were more than one
ft above
mean level. into
the board's sea the Alapaha River the
action future and and
on one-half
it was personally embarrassing Smith Carroll's this Inches off line.
successor as superintendent county a better place to live, The center
of the river has H- Withlacoochee
to him, and he decided some- are wholly false. He issues to come before it, he con- both spiritually and physically. pilings six feet River.It He also said that the pilings do
apart with flash- is
must be done. explained that his cluded. generally felt that a depthof vibrate from the heavy water
thing son had mar- "You have served your home, board sections of timber three inches
three feet Is
1 "I felt the county needed a ried Smith's sister which would your God, and your communitywell thick necessary to open flow and it Is noticeable to inspectors -
dropped into these
river to
with learning ability bear direct No. 3 pleasure boats all the and workers standing
1 man more no relationship to him. Baillie concluded. sections. These sections on
can be way to White Springs the
and education to grow along with Humphries presented Smith to els, having been President of the year the dam.

,f i the county he said. "I want to the board as an applicant for theIf i Central Region, which includes

I Shock absorbers Front only.
t I Public NoticesIN Springs, front 2000 lb. capacity.

Springs with ,auxiliary rear -springs.4500 lb. capacity

l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ) Public notice is hereby given that I Steering Transmission- Standard.- Warner T-98A, Four SEE. US FOR ALL TYPES
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND will on March 4, 1963. at 11:00 o'clockA. speed forward one reverse.
FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLOR- M. on said day at the premises here- Tires Six 8-22.5-8 ply tub@less.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. inabove described sell at public auction Wheels Seven 22.5 x 6 and one
O. A. WINBURN. for cash: lawful money of the United tire carrier.
v Plaintiff, States, all the right, title, claim and Seat One driven fold down seat.
VII. interest of said defendants, William R. Windshield wipers Electo-vae positive -
SADIE B. WINBURN, Williams and Carol Williams, in and to action type.
Defendant. the above described property, or so No bids received after time and date
8 IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHIR- much thereof as may be necessary to will be considered.The .
ITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: raise sufficient money to satisfy said Board of County Commissionersreserve
TO: SADIE B. WINBURN, 3477 Brock judgment, interest and costs, etc., to the right to reject-any and all
ton Ave., Riverside California: the highest and beat bidder and will bids and to waive formalities and reI I
Ie A sworn Bill of Complaint having thereafter at 12:00 o'clock Noon on said advertising and to award bids in ,best I
been filed in this Court against you the date resell said property at the front interest of Suwannee County. Florida.
relief therein sought being divorce. You door of the Court House in Live Oak. Board of County Commissioners I
are required to answer said Complaint Suwannee County, Florida, or so much Suwannee County, Florida I
on or before February 22. 1963 furnishing thereof as may be necessary to raise By: Laure B. Roberson I
to W. J. Winburn Jr.. Live Oak sufficient money to satisfy said judg- Chairman I ,.
Florida Plaintiffs attorney a copy ment, interest and costs, etc., to the ATTEST:
thereof else Decree Pro Confesso will be highest and best bidder. Said real estate Lavangbn A. Sessions :
entered against you. and personal property will be sold sep- Clerk
WITNESS my hand and the official arately and said property will not be 37-38 '
i seal of this Court at Live Oak, Florida sold separately and said property will :
j this the 28th day of January. 1963. not be sold until the conclusion of the CALL FOR BIDS
l LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS receiving of bids at the Court House in The Board of County Commissioners
Clerk Circuit Court Live Oak, Florida. of Suwannee County, Florida will receive LETTER HEADS FORMS
Suwannee County, Florida Dated this January 30. 1963. bids at its place of meeting in MAILERS WHATEVER
(.SEAL) SHUGH LEWIS Sheriff Live Oak Florida until 11:00 A. M. on PRINTING
By: Geraldine :M. Gamble D.C. Suwannee County, Florida the 5th day of February, A. D. 1963, YOU NEED IN YOUR
38-42 for the following equipment, to-wit: BUSINESS, IF YOU
16-O" back of
RE: The Estate of DISSOLVE CORPORATIONSNotice driver's seat to rear inside paneling; WANT THE FINEST IN QUALITY. AT LOW
John L. Wells is hereby given under the provisions Exterior 23-8" approximate overall.
deceased.NOTICE of Section 608.36 Florida Statutes -
Width Interior
7'-3-3/8" insideof
TO CREDITORSAll to each of the corporations list of interior paneling Exterior 711H" '- COST. SEE US ALL TYPES COMMERCIAL
creditors of the Estate pf John L. below the same being incorporated tinder overall.
Wells, deceased, are hereby notified and the laws of Florida and according Height Interior 7'-0" floor to underside '
required to file any claims or demands to the records of the Secretary of State of ceiling at rear corner: Exterior PRINTING
which they may have against said estate each and every such corporation appears 10'-5" approximate overall. : .
in the office of the County Judge of Su- delinquent for three (3) years or more AU other specifications must meet
wannee County. Florida in the courthouse in the filing of reports and payment of Gerstenslager Companies' specifications.
at Live Oak, Florida within six taxes under the provisions of Section Any interested bidder can obtain the '
calendar months from the date of the 608.33. Florida Statutes, and that under complete specifications from the Office 0;.'
first publication of this notice. Each the provisions of said Section 608.36 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Live
claim or demand most be in writing and Florida Statutes, said corporations have Oak. Florida. : I INVITATIONS
must state the place of residence and been classed as subject to dissolution The Board reserves the right to reject STATIONERY '
post office address of the claimant and and that three (3) month. after date of any and all bids. '
must be sworn to by the claimant, hisagent this publication each and every such Board of County _
or his attorney, or it will become corporation listed below that has not in Suwannee County, Florida > --
void according to law; and must be the meantime filed its reports due and By: Laure B. Roberson : ;' y
filed in duplicate. paid the taxes due under the provisions ;. .> >
of Section Chairman .. : ;:
Virginia D. Wells 608.33. Florida Statutes will Attest s-, .
Executrix ef the Will of be certified to the Governor of the Stateof Lavaughn A. Sessions -
John L. Wells, deceased. Florida, who will issue a Proclamation Clerk : :
38.41 I at that time dissolving said corporation. 37-38 i :
srrw. N1IlF.F. (TTNTV .
Grantham Chevrolet--Company Incorporated ...... : .
By virtue of a Writ of Execution Hamilton Tractor Company, Inc, Live JUDICIAL SUWANNEE CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ; IT.
dated December 18, 19C2. Uaned out of Oak; COUNTY FLORIDA. : ,
the Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit Live Oak Gas Company, Inc, Live Oak IN CHANCERY.
In and for Suwannee County Florida at Randle Hotel Company Live Oak; ZEPH FRANK L. FUTCH and his wife
Law. on a Judgment rendered in said Serv-Air Inc, Wellborn; FUTCH. "" -
Court on September 11. 196%. in favor Suwannee River Milling Company BranTownsend Plaintiffs
of The Clinton County National Bank ford va.
A Trust Company, a Corporation. Plaintiff Abstract And Title Co. Live E. ANDERSON, -': FOR INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS -"
against the Defendant* William R. Oak. Defendant. ..
Williams and his wife Carol Williams, It is further directed that of NOTICE TO DEFEND ; .
a :
for Seven Thousand Six Hundred Thir this notice be published one time in the THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: THAT ARE ALWAYS SOCIALLY
ty-nine & 82/100 J7.639.S2). I have Suwannee Democrat a pub E. B. Anderson if said Defendant is .. CORRECT
heretofore on January JO, 1963, levied fished in Live Oak Florida newspaper in which living, and if said Defendant is deceased :
upon the following described real estate county the home office of the above the unknown spouse heirs devisees f: AND
and personal property in Suwannee listed corporations are shown to be located. grantees, creditors, or other parties PRINTED
County Florida to-wit I claimingby, through under or against
AU the NWU of SEK of SWVi lying IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have I such deceased Defendant if alive, and .
South and West of Highway 90. hereunto set my hand and caused if dead their unknown heirs, devisees : .-.'...... -- .
EXCEPT the East 251 feet, in Section the Great Seal. of the State of legatees or grantees; and an parties -
n, Township 8 South. Range Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee having or claiming to have any right,
15 East, containing 4 acres, more the Capital this the 25th day title or interest in the property here ; .
or lets: of January, A.D. in described, to-wit: "- --
8 metal chain; 2 tables: 2 metal (SEAL) Lot J, Block 7. RaIlroad Addition 4 :
stools: 5 wood bar tools: 1 large TOM ADAMS to the City of Live Oak lying- and ,-,.
gas range: 1 Gibson Refrigerator being in Suwannee County Florida.
4 dozen eoffee creamers: 2 dosen 38 and in Section 22, Township 2 '';5' FOR ALL TYPES .
saucers; 3 frying pans; 15 dessert South. Range 13 East: \ :
dishes: \ small coffee pots; 2 dozen CALL FOR BIDS You and each of you are hereby ,
table knives; 1 doseD table forks; 1 Sealed bids win be received by the severally notified that Frank L. Futeh _
dozen tea spoons: 1 doseD gs heatErs Board of County Commissioners of Sn and his wife Zeph Patch filed their ,
; 1 Kelvinator Refrigerator (cooler wannee County. sworn Complaint in the Circuit Court -
Florida at its place of : :
) Sere No. 675SJ75; 1 Kelvinator meeting in the Snwannee County Court of Snwannee County. Florida against L-- : :
Refrigerator (not servicable): oth- House in Live Oak Florida at 1140 you and each of you a. Defendants 'OF PRINTINGSEE ?
er miscellaneous cooking utensils: A.M. on the 6th day of February A. D. seeking to quiet the title of the PlaiDtilfs -
} gas nag,. I lama shades to the above described real ,
(new) : 1963. at which time and place all bids prop
i CMOS! P,?.i Celaii 6 beds (d.osth will be publicly opened and read aloud ida.erty located in Sawannee County Flor-

) -coam-.wjth *ttrms; 5 for the following described equipment, .I'
Yon .
beds with to wit i are further hereby notified that .
(single) complete mattresses the .
; 7 straight chairs: 4 ana C.V.W. 17,000 tts. fend return is February day of this Notice to De- ,"" --.- .1/,[ .,,
chain: 4 chests of drawers (large): Wheelbase 154". shall on said date llth 1963. and you ., .::
.? eheet6 of diver (!ffiJl}; 1 wall Engine 292 cu. in. 8 cylinder. defense, if aay. upon serve Alfred a copy T.of Airth.your : -"" "':. : ,
mirror{ i dreer with mirror: 2 Axle: front 4700 Bs modified I Attorney for Plaintiffs whose aidress .- l o.1-:
throw rugs: S gas beaten; 9 blank- bean. is P, 0. .Box 427. UT, Oak, Florida .:
ets: 4 dozen bath towels: 4 dosen Axle rear "- is.000 lbs single hypo:d.J and Immediately thereafter file the .
hand towels 6 bed spread* (dott Ttmpkins ori- '
: C-100. ginal of same tu the Office of the /
ble): G bed spread (iWjte)\i-} it Battery 12 volt. 68 plat. 55 amp. of the Circuit Court of the above styled Clerk '.
pillows:2 dozen Dfflow ease: 3 dos- Brakes. Parking 9" x 2" Internal Court; otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso PRINTING
en. sheets: S air conditioners; 1 electric shoe drum type. will be entered against -
heater* Brakes, Service Hydraulic with WITNESS you.
ODe of the Honorable Cir
1 awing set and slide; 1 Inside door Vacuum Booster 15" X 4" Rear cuit Judges of the Third Judicial Circuit
(not attached); 2 pieces 1%" galvanized 14" x Z%" Front. of Florida as well as the Clerk ol-
pipe. approximately 12' Clutch Hydraulic action 11M23.7 the Circuit Court all on the 9th day E :
long; SI 6" X 8" cement blocks; 10 sq. in. Of January A. D. 1963.LAVAUGHN lSIDt f t !MOCRAT ;
SM x 8" cement blocks; 1 (S gallon Cooling System 23 qts, Four blade A. SESSIONS "
r oO drum: 1 250 gallon under fan 18" diameter. Clerk Circuit Court
groud gas tank (butane); 1 Ever Fuel Tank Inside frame. left side. Suwaonee County Florida USE OAK.
I Sharp Lawn Mower (used). Ser. 30 gallon capacity. (SEAL) FLORIDA
N. 01185; 2 used auto tires 7.50 Generator 60 amp.. COO watt low By Geraldine )I. Gamble D.C. :

i x II Star brand: 2 step ladders. cut-in. 35-38 "'.- ......-..



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