Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
February 14, 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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Weaver Named

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5 S 4 ; On Drunk g5. b Henry Kelly Weaver is Suwannee County's Man of

F ir ; the Year for 1962. His selection for the honor came

S' ssy Mayor J. Marvin Phillips Tuesday when former recipients of the honor met to con-

r Gene Hacker a stiff lecture sider those nominated. There were a number of strong
evils of drink in City Court
contenders for the honor this
day and fined him $15 year.
costs for public drunkenness.Hacker Weaver's long service on the

who had forfeited Tobacco MeetingSet Board of Trustees of the Suwwi-

on a previous drunk charge nee County Hospital as member,
a 3t guilty. For Tuesday vice chairman, and as chairman

.5 4 f5S "That's right. I can Fluecuredtobacco growers covers a span of nearly 15 yew*.

yi ,v. that myself," Phillips from Florida's bright leaf pro- He served as board repreaentattve

i L. B. and Lillian Goss, ducing area will meet in Live during the last two additions, giving -
appeared before the court Oak, Feb 19, of his time and talent to lee
4 charge of disturbing the Billy W. Hill, Stabilization's that construction was of high
4g Director from Florida, said a quality and in line with spedftd-
Goss said he and Lillian ,
very informative program has tions and good workmanship.The .
standing in front of George
r' been for this year's
planned an-
son's place "down in the selectee was a member I
KELLY WEAVER nual district meeting of grow-
wasrft doing nothing" when the original board that built and
Workmen (unidentified) prepare to remove an upside-down tractor from the railroad tracks arrested. ers. The meeting will be held at put the institution into operation
Thursday, Feb. 7. The tractor and its driver Thomas J. Kennon Jr.- careened off a loading platform Police Chief Elwood the Elks Lodge at 2:30 p.m. in 1948. He was off the board for
M. Mizell Hill stated that will
across from the Suwannee Democrat office. Kennon was pinned under the machine in the fall testified that the two were get first-hand reports on the a short time and after one three

lie was admitted to Suwannee County Hospital and released :Monday. According to Dr. Hugo Soto- ing and Goss struck the overall operation of Stabilization year term was reappointed in

longo, Kennon received multiple bruises but his condition was not serious. Kennon is the son of Dr. across the face. Resident including receipts, processing 1953, serving until he retired late

and Mrs. T. J. Kennon.Collector's. She said that he had sales, and stocks on hand. in 1962. Weaver was chairman of
in the face with his fists Attending the meeting will be the board: for the final two yews

10 days ago and her face Services L. T. Weeks, general manager, of his tenure.It .

extremely sore. Severe and other representatives of the has been truly said that

Office Hit were visible about her face. for Mrs. Flossie Cooperative. Also, there will be Kelly Weaver is more familiar
he slapped her it hurt of Live Oak were officials from the State farm with the Suwannee County Hos-

ly bad, she told the mayor. in the First organizations, agencies of the pital than any man in the county.
"We're not going to put up with the Rev. U. S. Department of Agriculture, That he devoted much time and

that kind of stuff in our officiating. and other allied groups present. effort to its success is UIl4IUH on-
In You know better than to in City Ceme- Full discussion of all problems ed.

Daylight RobberyThief I. woman/' Mayor Phillips confronting Stabilization will More recently Weaver has been

at Goss. was born in Cana- be held, followed by a general busy with the low rent hour
o The Goss woman told the lived in Live Oak for discussion period. nearing completion
project now
or that she had several that time she en- Hill added that the election of
in this city. He is serving ft*
Forces Door, Wooden School Board Names "You're responsible for to the community the Advisory Committeemenfrom chairman of the Housing A her-
'- children" he charged.That of its most active each county would take
r Towiisel Head CoachThe ing "is pretty goings on in activity covered 'a place following the discussion ity of Live Oak and during tt.
Drawer To Steal $788 In CashA construction period ha spent and
Suwannee County Boardof of them". of endeavor with period. He urged all flue-cured
is spending many hours sttpervtfr-
Public Instruction met in a The mayor fined Goss $15 and the Garden growers to be present for this
thief thieves robbed and assuring that the project
or successfully the Su ing
session and the year's 5th annual district meet-
special Monday $6 costs and dismissed interests during a
Tax Collector's office of is well done.
wannee County approximately named Wyman Townsel, assis- against the Goss woman. life. ing.
$788 around noon Monday and escaped unscathed. tant coach at Gainesville High Mayor Phillips said that with the Associated Kelly Weaver was born in Maya

Sheriff Hugh Lewis said no clues were left behind to School, M head coach and ath- miral McCullers who had outstanding and at and came to Live Oak as a youhai-

identify the man with the possible exception of latent letic director of Suwannee High. i rested and jailed for the brunt of this Dodd Delivers ster to attend high school here.

, fingerprints. Lewis lifted finger- Lewis surmised that the thief Townsel will replace former accident about two weeks She was an active He is a graduate of Suwannee

, prints sometime after ,the robberybut had been watching the office for head coach Gene Cox who recently forfeited his $25 bond to the the First Methodist Faith MessageTo High School and except for several -

the results are not yet known. some time and had probably familiarized accepted a post at Leon The mayor continued Sunday School, years at Lake Wales ha
The thief apparently used a himself with the door High School in Tallahassee. The case at the Feb. 4 role in the wom- spent his adulthood in this coun-

screwdriver or similar instrumentto locks during the night when the new coach will assume his duties court, allowing him to go to her church and rep- Lions ClubRev. ty.He
force the door into the collec- Courthouse was deserted. Appar- here around July 1. (No. 1 Continued pn Page ) church at various was on active duty with the
tor's office and sprang a wooden ently, the thief knew just what to wide projects. Bill Dodd, pastor of the National Guard in the early INk
the cash into immediate Church of the Nazarene:addressedthe when an outbreak of fruit fly
drawer that contained do to make a speedy entrance was past
and change. Lewis said. The rob- the office. Lewis said. At Kiwanis Luncheon 10)k the Garden Club at Lions Club Tuesday on the threatened the citrus crop of the

ber, evidently in a hurry, left $70 Lewis said the tax collector's her death and was "Assurance we Have of Being a state. After this service he was

in cash behind. office in Okeechobee was hit recently Florida Sheriffs Bureau Is group from its in- Christian." employed in a drug store in Lake
The sheriff estimated the thief and robbed of $3,000. This was while she was Rev. Dodd said, "We may know Wales. It was during this time
that we are Christians by the Joy that he married Miss Mae Hamilton -
had approximately 20 minutes to case has the same earmarks, he organization that the
work. He said the Courthouse was added. Has Modern Cnn Lab Center was built we get from serving our Lord and a local girl.
ne[ ExpertsTallahassee. the pleasure we receive in helping Mr. and Mrs. Weaver returned
deserted about that length of The daring, daylight adventurewas plot. She also
others less fortunate. He stated and -
time. All of the Courthouse offices the first time that any Su The Florida Sheriffs' Bureau is These in the Woman's to Suwannee County purchased
further that we are all childrenof station -
the service now operated
close during the noon hour Lewis wannee County Courthouse office
unique in the United States and can be sent to any part the Lord and that the fruit of by Edward Howland when
explained had been robbed. has no comparable Iztw enforce- state to assist sheriffs, to better liv-
the spirit in our hearts makes us died. During the late
Joe Swilley
Tax Collector Mrs. Sara Rawls Since the was not taken community stands
money ment agency in the world with the and other officials in as fruitful of His work." Junior
said she had put her cash and receipts from the safe. Mrs. Rawls will in possible exception of Scotland vestigations. a useful and Chris- 1930s, he was active in the
Rev. Dodd commended the Lions and
Chamber of Commerce help-
taken from the Branfordtag all probability be held liable for
Yard in England, a bureau repre- Crime Lab for their work in helping othersto
sale on Saturday into the safe, the $788. by her husband, ed with many Jaycee project
sentative told the Kiwanis Club In addition, the bureau enjoy a better and fuller life.
and the money taken from the The sheriff said he had several Wednesday, Feb. 6. was created in 1955, Mizell of Live Oak; "The Christian spirit of fellow- during the time.
office had been collected Monday suspects and his investigation will Mrs. The Live Oak Kiwanis Club was
Richard (Dick) Morris explained crime laboratory in Helen E. ship for all men throughout the Weaver's activities and
another of
morning until noon. continue. that the Florida Sheriffs' Morris said. Oak and Mrs. world makes the Lions an organi- of the Mali
Bureau has no arrest power. He This lab is equipped to of Brunswick zation in which the spirit of the he served as president

Ralph Powers Announces said the bureau is a state agency amine evidence of all ; son, Wesley Mizell Lord is fruitful in the heart of in 1942. volunteered for service
created by the legislature to act cluding handwriting samples its members," he said. Weaver
in officer -
as an investigative body to aid all listics, auto paints for hit were Gary The program was under the direction in World War nand wa
.. Road Board To Let ContractsFor training until declared
Florida law enforcement officials mishaps and clothing Perry Jay Row- of President Reginald sendee
and receives its operating funds for tracing criminals, he Jim Cundiff Scott. physically disqualified for
from the state. Prior to the speakers address He returned to Live Oak and
Needed On U.S. 90 ued.Morris ,
Drainage sold his service station to How-
Morris said the bureau has men added that the pallbearers were the club divided its membershipinto
stationed in various areas of the has chemists and other George McKeith- two teams to land and became an officer in
compete against
Powers State Road Member of the district of
Ralph Grantham Chevrolet Company,
state including its headquarters in experts on its staff that Myron Holmes, each other in selling tickets for
which Suwannee County is a part, announced this week will testify in local courts their fish fry which is to be held where he remained until he sold
that contracts would be let Feb. 19- in Tallahassee to his interest in 1956.
cor- their findings in the crime Funeral Home was in Thursday, Feb. 28th at Suwannee
rect drainage problems on U. S. Highway 90 in Live Oak. Williams Chapter ratory. River State Park. Weaver accepted an aMignment

City commissioners as well as county commissionersrecently The bureau also has two with the State Road Department
adopted resolutions asking Powers added that a contract tectors and men capable of in 1956 and worked for fee Mete

that Immediate steps be taken had been let to Mackasphalt of Places WinnerIn ting them who will go out Laugh Getter until he resigned in 1962.

to alleviate the situation. Lakeland for the resurfacing of i state to conduct tests at In January of this year, the

Heavy rains in January focused 5.055 miles on State Road 51, the Ocala ShowWally quest of local officials. Minstrel To Feature 1962 Man of the Year wa nameda
of the Commercial -
attention on the dire need for Mayo Road. This project was Morris explained that president
detector machine evidence Bank of Live Oak.
action. needed due to freeze damage on Edwards of the J. F. Wil- i
Plans call for two catch basins this highway in January. Cost of liams Chapter of the Future admissible in court, Top Amateur Talent Weaver is a member of St.
Church and baa
sanction of both the Luke's Episcopal
with proper drainage into them. the project was $59,79526.Suwannee Farmers of America in Live Oak
the prosecution it is a (Sing :Minstrel and been active in his church for
90 west Along)
One will be on Highway County Board of placed a winner in the Southeastern Variety
where water has stood knee deep County Commissioners are,scheduled Fat Stock Show and Sale in securing confessions and for the high school auditorium Thursday many years. He has served oa the
ing investigators in the several terms has been
near the Sherwin Williams Paint to present their state road held in Ocala Feb. 23.Wally's of the guilty.He ( and Friday evening will feature the finest ama- vestry junior and senior warden, and Is

Store. Drainage from this area program in Lake City on March steer won second placein explained that the lie the county has to offer. treasurer of the
will be into a basin located on the 4 at 9:30 ajn. Powers said it his class and placed third in production under the direction of now serving as
tor can clear a person of Randy church. In January he was a delegate -
Vann property north of the rail- would be district conferencewith
a the FFA division.
cion too."Law crack the sourest R. L. Brinkman and Mrs. Wm. R. from the local congregationto
road. commissioners from all Truett Johnson of the Suwan-
enforcement is an expression of Slaughter enhances the lovely romantic the annual council of the Dio-
Another catch basin. will be counties of the district appearingto nee FFA Chapter entered two
buildup to throw a man in selections by Sharon of Florida.
built north of the railroad in the advise the State Road
Depart- steers in the show. One was he asserted. "It's for in this act are the Jones, Warren Tedder, and G. B. Among other activities that
Chamber of Commerce Buildingarea. ment of their road
secondary bought by Dolomite Products and the guilty. Wooley, Bully Hel- Dees. Helen Smuts is set for a have benefitted from his civic
plans as well as to discuss primary the other Otis Brown Motor
by Identification Section Stainer, and Bonnie presentation of "Bill Bailie" and service is the Suwannee Country
At the present time there are needs in individual
counties. Live Oak.Wal1y's .
Company of
The Florida Sheriffs end women Helen Suwannee High's Stage Band the Club an organization he servedas
to take of the situ- .
no plans steer was purchased by so maintains an extensive Dees and solo very talented accordionist. Miss officer and director.
ation at the corner of Howard Patterson Sisters the Bird's Eye Ranch. fication section where G. B. Dees, Sharon Shirley Foy, the popular Patterson Weaver is an ardent fisherman

Street and Pine Avenue. City Set The champion steer brought and fingerprints of known Tedder. Audi- Sisters and the Frierettes. an accordion and few fishing holes or spots on
Councilman M. J. Kirby who Appearance 61 cents a pound and the reserve als are kept on file. is featured in sextet, round out the mu- the Suwannee River or Gulf of
heads the city's street department, The. Patterson Sisters, Caroline sold for 53 cents per pound. This information can be chorus of the "Old sical marvel Mexico are unknown to Wm. He
said Tuesday that conferences.are Sylvia and Mona of Live Truett said that Brown Motor to all law enforcement Can Can dancers from the has a cottage at Horseshoe and
being held with the state about Oak are slated to appear on the Company bid on all three of the the state within directed by Marilynn. Bird School of Dancing finds time to relax and enjoy

this need and he hoped agree- Jimmy Strickland Show on steers entered from Live Oak two minutes in case of win accompany the a waltz by Marilynn Bird and Interlocutor friends there.

ment could be reached to correct WJXT-TV, Channel 4 In Jacksonville "whlchTielped to keep the price up I I he.said. The bureau has a of the show. The Dave Austin and a One of Suwannee County's most

this equally bad condition. Saturday at 7 P.m. on all the steers. (No. 2 Continued on Page ) combination of Mrs. (No. <4 Continued on Page 10) (No. 3 Continued on Page 10) yP




) I THE SWANNEE DEMOCRATOF Help Others Take Care Of Your Own FLORIDA'S Ot/ziii

; "In The Heart LIVE Of The OAK Suwannee, FLORIDA River Valley"I Ifli I

I J BANNER Consolidated LEADER 1i1/iIII1/ Far'&iFront &
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886
\, !- -.Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street i
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Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher ifl

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor JI i iJ iJk

I Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor ''j & 1JJ D Scouting In' America's FutureThe

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager k ill ByDoyle Boy Scouts of America observes Scout troops, by earning merit
[,(: Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida i 9 E. its 53rd anniversary dur- badges, by learning to live indoors
'SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 1ki1L1lL11 ConnerA ing Scout Week Feb. 7-13. Since and outdoors, and by accomplishing -
RATES 1910 more than 36 million Am- things themselves."
Outside Suwannee County $3.50
) headline in one of our regional ericans Lave been identified with "Participating i n Scouting
.it ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance livestock publications its work.There is scarcely an American taught me to rely on myself and

caught my eye recently. The story family that has not felt its to handle all small situations early -
Florida Press Association was to the effect that farm incomes influence.In to take care of all small problems -
j !i S1IVPANNE have risen much faster in 1916 Congress recognizedthat ; while I was young and learn-
e MEMBER OF cotwlYi recent years than those of non- Scouting's development and ing, before the big ones came
i r SUWANNEE COUNTY CHn &RII farm people.An promise of usefulness to the future along," said Astronaut Virgil I.
I COMMERC Illinois economist was quot- of the country warranted Grissom. "I know what a force for
I Chamber of Commerce imtd ura HEART DISEASE ed as stating that U. S. Depart- federal protection. The Federal America a Scout-trained man
CLAIMS 925,000 ment of Agriculture figures show Charter it granted gave a legal really is. In a few short years the
I PER average incomes of people on foundation for Scouting and stated young men now in our homes our
County Needs Preventative Maintenance farms rose 43 per cent in the that its purpose "shall be to schools and our Scout troops will
iuIi 1955-61 period, whereas for non- promote, through organizationand be taking our places and the legacy -
We noted with a great deal of approval that the farm people the rise was only 17 cooperation with other agencies we pass on to them will determine -
Board of County Commissioners last week formed a committee per cent. the ability of boys to do whether America as we
I of two of its members and the chairman to make a Just what figures the Illinois things for themselves and others know it will live or die.
I periodic survey of the county's buildings and equipment. economist used to arrive at that to train them in Scoutcraft, and I' "Sure Scouting is fun and in
I This committee was charged with the responsibilityof surprising conclusion the report to teach them patriotiasm courage tune with the times. It teaches

checking buildings and equipment every 90 days and didn't state. But I know a lot of self-reliance, and kindred many skills all in preparationfor
its farmers who would take violent virtues". that great skill the skill of
findings to the board. The board could then It Happened In
take whatever exception to that comparison.For How well Scouting has measured living.
preventative maintenance
on county pro- one thing, since 1955. there up to the expectation of Con- Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. an
that it
perty deems
necessary. has been a considerable reductionin gress may be seen in some com- advisor to an Explorer post, feels
While on the surface this may seem trivial, this is far | Suwannee County the farm population and the ments of President Kennedy and "We must have even finer peopleto
from being the case. We contend that the lack of proper number of farms but total net income America's first astronauts. show us the way and to be the
I care and maintenance has been a prime factor in causing of U. S. farmers has increased President Kennedy himself a leaders of tomorrow. The mental,
the dilapidated condition of the Courthouse. And the moderately. In 1955 total former Boy Scout at Bronxville, moral and physical aspects of our
H Coliseum net income of farm operators New York for two years, says, lives that Scouting has given you
that will need maintenance attention in the near 1923 -1938 1953 from farming was a little more "Training and associations of Boy I hope never leave you as you
t future. We convinced than 11% billion dollars and in Scout life are invaluable to the grow up. I hope you will carry on
are that it is much cheaper to attend -
f 1959 it was just a little over 12 individual development of young these high standards into your
to leaks, rotten timbers and other structural problems From The Files Of The billion. However in 1955 there men and to the quality of com- I adult lives. Along with this if you

I when they are discovered rather than putting off SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT were 5,087,000 farms but in 1959 munity life. It has been a most keep in your lives a spiritual center
maintenance indefinitely.We this number had dropped to 3- valuable influence in our nation's which gives you direction and
h applaud the board's action to keep abreast of 704,000. life and I know that future energies purpose, we certainly need look
; repair and maintenance problems before they get out of -- It's obvious that if increased i of the Boy Scouts will add no further for the leaders of to-
hand. If this program is followed up like it should be, Forty Years Ago - 1923be total income is divided among even more to the vigor and morrow."
Suwannee County taxpayers will be saved considerable Capt. Lewis of Cedar Keys, errected on the grounds of the fewer people the individual aver- strength of our nation". In this area we have 11,248 boys
I sums of money in the future. made the first trip from Cedar i state University, spent an hour in age income will be larger. But Five of the seven astronautswere and 3,529 volunteer leaders in the
Keys on a boat the latter part of this city Tuesday speaking to a from statistics I've been able to Boy Scouts and a sixth was Central Florida Council of the
this week. His return trip was large audience at the court house. find there's nothing to indicate an adult leader. Boy Scouts of America who find
Support 'Operation Alphabet' made Monday from Branford He was accompanied by Dr. any such rate of gain in farm incomes "One thing Scouting can do to that Scouting is not only a game
While the citizens of this state wonder how they loaded to capacity with eggs and White, in charge of religious instruction over non-farm incomes as help boys the most in the future" but that it is also preparation for
are chickens and such other productsas at the University and the figures quoted by the Illinois says Astronaut Alan B. ShepardJr. adulthood and participating citi
going to for the costs of
pay soaring colleges and debate the merchants and farmers left immediately following the economist. ., "is to build up confidence. zenship. We wish the Boy Scouts a
federal aid to education, it's hard to believe that more had for sale. close of his address for Perry I do find however that average Boys can get this confidence by I happy 53rd anniversary.
I than 250,000 people in Florida have less than a fourth where he was to speak that night. incomes of those working on joining Cub Scout packs and Boy : Cocoa Tribune

I grade education. Dr. T. S. Anderson killed one of farms show a 16.2 per cent gain
The U. S. Bureau of the Census reports that in Su his spotted Poland China hogs Slant your ear toward Branfordif from 1955 to 1959, whereas the Don't Carry It Home

wannee County alone, there are over 1,800 of these func- out at his stock farm last week you want to hear the big noise. gain for non-agricultural workerswas It's all very well to be nursinga Lord who made sparrows and Ka.
tionally illiterate people. that tipped the scales at 700 On March 7 the Old Suwannee only 11.3 per cent. But the grouch, when everything's going ty D. Dids loves the man who is
This is a serious stumbling block in the path of our pounds with each ham weighing River will resound with the sirensof average income for.'farmers still awry and you have not the stalwart and brave who cheerful
county's future growth and development. 70 pounds.Dr. many boats, the noises of many was far less than that for non- pieces-of-eight in your pouch to ly goes to his wife and his kids
Florida's educators concerned about Anderson paid no more to people, and the clash of brass farm employment -nearly 64 per pay for a cranberry pie; it's all though his hopes are fit for ths
are enough this raise this hog than it would have bands thrown in to stir the old cent less, or only $2,337 compared I very well to use cuss-words galore grave, but the Lord has no use for
I!} situation to do something about it. They feel the answer cost him to raise a scrub. It pays stream up from its lethergy of with $6,468. I and cover your whiskers with the twenty-cent skate whose

[il is "Operation Alphabet," a series of educational broadcasts to get good livestock to raise many days to an awakening of a foam; you may raise the very Old backbone is weak as the foam,;:
I; on video tape that will be disseminated via the good hogs, the doctor ,said. new and busy era. I note one report on the agri- Ned round the store, but for Gosh who piles up his sorrows then
I;;; state's educational television stations and a' few commercial The Cedar Key Chamber of cultural outlook that forecasts a sake! Don't carry it home! You shoulders the weight, and carriesit
j stations. Friday evening of last week Commerce, backed up by the Levy sharp break in hog prices this may be all discouraged and worn carefully home I
v This program will get under way during February. the Suwannee clan of Basketeers County.Chamber and everyone in winter. Reason given Is a jump of with the strife; then do all your -Lake Wales News
J It will be broadcast into this area by WUFT-TV, Channel journeyed to Lake City and played Levy plan a great procession of 7 per cent in the number of pigs gripes on the street for the man .
)' 5 in Gainesville. These broadcasts will be made on Mondays two games of basketball with boats filled with enthusiastic Cedar saved in the 1962 fall pig crop who will empty his bile on his "A newspaper is an adviser who
the cagers of Columbia High. Keyans and Levy Countians which was up 5 per cent over the wife isn't fit for a hyenna's meat; does not require to be sought
i and from 7-7:30
Tuesdays Thursdays a.m. The fast Columbia sextet won with the Williston Brass Band to previous year. if troubles and worries are get- but who comes of his own accord
f Ironically, many of the people for whom this program from the local lassies 33-4 while march majestically up the old Su Cattle prices, also are expectedto ting you down and bringing grey and talks to you briefly every day
& is designed will be uninformed of its existence because Suwannee's boys scarcely exert- wannee River to Branford, and slide this spring because of an hairs to your dome, it will do in of the common veal without dis-
p they cannot read the announcements. ed themselves to get to the top ofa there join forces with Columbia, estimated 8 to 10 per cent in- the office to carry a brown, but I I tracting you from your private
w If you know someone who cannot read or write, we 19-8 score. Suwannee, Tayolr, Lafayette, and (No. 2 Continued on Page 9)) it's dirty to carry it home. The affairs." DeTocqueville.

p urge you to inform them of this program, and in turn, urgeI Dixie County citizens in one grand
them to participate. The Hon. William Jennings demonstration to show the world
Bryan, who is making a tour of that the people of the Suwannee
If For maximum effectiveness, everyone who participates Florida making addresses in the River country want the Suwannee . . . . . . . . . .
in the should acquire a $2 study guide and
y program interest of the proposed Y.M.C.A. River deepened for water trans-
R attend classes trained We're WARM and COOLin
t organized run by teachers to supplement and Student Activities Building to portation.
I the television instruction.
I However, if a potential student feels too embarrassedto Twenty-Five Years Ago - 1938 winter in summer

attend public classes, he can watch and study the program J. L. McMullen was called on to subject to the Democratic pri- II . . . .. . . . .e .
u at home, preferably with a volunteer on hand to speak at the 70th Anniversary maries in May.T. .
fj help with the instruction. celebration of Elkdom observed by

v You might be one of these volunteers. If you are the local lodge Wednesday night C. Merchant, newspaper-pub
E i willing to help in this capacity, you can call the school when L. F. Chapman was unableto lisher of Madison, this week paid

E superintendent for information on how you might best be be present. his qualification fee and committee '..
j of service. McMullen gave a brief outlineof assessment to Secretary of
| the formation of the Jolly State R. A. Gray and announcedhis
I We to the functionally illiterate
urge you encourage
Corks the group from which Elks
candidacy for United States ,
E*' whom you know and help them as much as you can. Few ;as known today developed. Senator in the Democratic pri- :

I civic endeavors are more satisfying and worthwhile that ).
maries in May.Suwannee ...
i to teach someone who has a genuine hunger to learn. Offices of the Live Oak Produc-
4 tion Credit Association were
moved last week end to the site in High split a double-
1* Attend Minstrel Show the Airth Building on Ohio Avenue header with Lake City last Thurs-

E- The energetic men and women who compromise them north of the barber shop. day night in the Columbia Coun-
Band Parents Association have worked like blazes for ty seat. The Bulldogs won 4838in :

I the past several weeks to put together a spectacular called "We Build", was the theme of a a wild and hectic engagementwhile
E the Suwannee Sing-Along :Minstrel and Variety Show. talk given by Father McKeown the girls bowed to the Co- ,

1- From what we understand, this minstrel will be one Catholic Priest of Perry, introduced lumbia Jimmy sextet Nelson 26-14., Claude Hackney -
by Johnny Kalil at last Fri-
of the most outstanding "whoop-te-doos" of its kind ever .
II day's session of Kiwanis.A and Sammy Nolan, "three
El aired in Suwannee County. regulars, left the game in the

El I The show will feature amateur, adult performers, new business will oPen here thirdperiod via the foul route. custom ere r.r.;
actually your neighbors in disguise. We are more than am this morning when the doors of Coach Charles Duncan threw his than 7 100000 FP&L ., -

f little curious to observe the fabulous foursome Leon the Economy Drug Store, locatedon reserves into the affray and they % f ort >"* and
If. Wooley, Bully Helvenston, Dan Stainer and Bonnie the corner Suwannee and responded by wrestling the lead winter c oin p

mr Dees.- in their performance as end men. Howard Streets will be thrown from Lake City and going on to decfr c air co nditioning
win by a safe margin of 10 points.
for business.Representative .
K In addition, the show will feature music at its best open
K from two orchestras and the widely acclaimed Suwannee I
High Stage Band under the direction of Harry Grant. For Joe P. Hatch I John W. Tedder was named

the benefit of the audience the band at the close of theE announced Thursday morning I WPA director for Suwannee TWO COMFORTS
that he would be a candidate for County recently to fill' the post : ONE ,.'
show will premiere its new West Point style uniforms. re-election to the Florida House of vacated by the death of his brother -

This one reason for the show's being put together.The Representatives from Group Two, I C. H. Tedder. with flame less electric yearround"Reversecycle"
proceeds will be used to pay for these new uniforms -

which cost around $4,000 for the lot. Ten Years Ago -- - 1953 .

m The first showing will be tonight (Thursday) at 8 The Live Oak City Commissionin Louie C. Wadsworth. Alfred T.

H p.m. in the high school auditorium and the performancewill its regular monthly meeting Airth and Karl O. Wade. air-conditioning -
be repeated on Friday evening. Plan to see this Tuesday revealed that it has solv- t
ed the water supply problem Suwannee County residentswere
B show. We know you will enjoy it.
which harrassed citizens last sum- urged this week by the tax
mer and changed the city law set- collector to buy their auto tags
H Suwannee County Is HonoredThe ting the hours when the sale of without delay to avoid the long : Electric Air-Conditioning will warm your home in Jan.

State Junior Chamber of Commerce last week beer is prohibited on Sunday to lines expected around the dead- nary as efficiently as it cools in July...and do it with one compact mit.t .

K* named County Agent Paul Crews as one of the five outstanding coincide with the county ordi- line time on February 20. Flameless year-round Electric Air-Conditioning is tried and proven. On

j young men in Florida. This is not only an honor nance. chilly days it will provide the cleanest and most healthful kind of warmth.It .
j for Mr. Crews, it is a tribute to Suwannee County and all Paul Stewart was named city The first fine ever rememberedin filters the air,frees it from dust and pollen,and brings relief from allerg1 ...
attorney by a unanimous vote of Live Oak for selling beer on
H of its citizens.
the board. He will take the placeof Sunday was levied in the Mayor's Enjoy cozy warmth this winter and relaxing coolness next summer with
We are indeed proud that this state group recognizeda G. Warren Sanchez who resigned Court Monday along with penal- year-round Electric Aiz.Ccmditior1 ng- thrifty bargain in total comfort.
man from our small county who is not a public figure but to move his law office to ties for 10 reckless driving speeding '
who has contributed unselfishly of his time and energy to Tallahassee.' and driving while intoxicated ::_ See your electric appliance dealer or air conditioning contractor BOW

make this a more progressive area in which to raise our charges.
children.We. Three awards to Suwannee High

heartily applaud Mr. Crews for his tireless efforts students were announced this Live Oak Jaycees this week revived .J .. .-7Iet4 0 Qt4ttftf1g.nreksr8 !

-that have blazed a trail of accomplishments, and his week by Suwannee Post No. 107 long neglected plans to put .- ,
of the American Legion unit here. street markers on the streets of .../ CHtAI'lR.TOOl
outstanding representation of this county around the state.
Rules for the awards Live Oak. Three-hundred
are being of the
The of Suwannee should feel deep of .f LORJDIL POWER' &
a sense LIGHT
people drafted by school officials and a markers have been ordered and __ COMPAHY. I!
,gratitude toward their county agent. legion committee: _composed of (No. 1 Continued en Page 9)) 1llU'1It' tviu now '


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: Mrs. William Oakley Bolton jr. Miss Evans Weds Marriage AnnouncementMr.
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I ..4.. .. Mr. RehkopMiss

Robert Eugene Betty Jean Rehkop Evans were uni-and

: ted in marriage February sec-

WOMEN : ond, at the Westwood Baptist

i Church in a ceremony performedby
:J!: the Rev. Francis Bennett at

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seven-thirty in the evening.

CLARA S. VVADSWORTH. Society Editor /.. Two seven-branched candela-

.' + y.. p'v bras and baskets of white mums
and palm fronds formed the back- i
Mrs. McCallister Dogwood Circle
ground for the nuptial rites.

Mrs. Feted ii Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Evans are
c King To Meet FridayThe i.;.:.$.... ,.... the parents of the bride and Mr.
Mrs. Duke Donoven McCalisterjr.
Godwood Circle of the '. Behkop is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
., was the inspiration for a mis- Live Oak Garden Club Inc., will t:: ,r uYxW Floyd Behkop of Fredericktown
cellaneous shower, Thursday evening -
15 at
meet Friday February nom:; v
when Mrs. Niels Brorsen Mo.Nuptial
three-thirty in the Blue Roomof : music furnished by
:J.-> was
and Mrs. Frank M. Greene enter-
Hotel with .
the < ::: Miss Glenda Brim organist, and
tained in her honor at the homeof .
Mrs. Robert Miller as hostess. t) .:... Miss Bonnie Lambert, soloist.
Mrs. Greene on Lee Street.A .
:>. : her father -
: Given in marriage by
carried r.: > "
Valentine motif was .
R out in the decorations and re- If1'M. F: the bride was attended by tt-iv :.
]\Irs. McCallister
freshments.Red t: -; Miss Myra Boatright who servedas
maid of honor. She tur-
and white flowers were Shower. HonoreeMrs. !: .' wore a
placed at vantage points in the Danny B. McCrimon and .%:('.:; quoise blue dress of organiza over
f$,. taffeta. The attendant carried a
home and on the dining table wasa Miss Charlotte Wadsworth enter-
floral design of red cattails. and tained Saturday at the home of i: bouquet of yellow shasta daisies. ; 4r
The bride's uncle, James Alli-
white pom pons with a large their mother, Mrs. Louie C.Wads- >
son, sreved as best man and ush-
white heart as the background worth with a luncheon honoringMrs. 24te- J44k
Richard brotherof
swirls of red chiffon encircled the John C. King U of Jackson- ,1yr ers were Evans
.,..... c the bride and James Oliver
design. ville the former Miss Jane Rogers / a 4rrfK Smith m cousin of the bride.A .
:;xy x: ,
Miss Jo Rees and Miss Char- and Mrs. Duke Donoven Mc- i /4
street dress of white
lotte Wadsworth received prizes Callister jr., the former Miss length
trimmed in baby blue was worn
for the games played. Kathy Bispham.A .

Cranberry punch petit fours pastel motif was carried out } accessories of blue and carried
,: : a
:h.) rc
and open face sandwiches were in the floral designs with delicate 5
4 Bible covered with white carna-
served. pink and white camellias as the
tions centered with a purple
Present with the honoree and focal point of the designs.
f0% 'iOri rr+ +C4.xK.4 AY.W.: 1iJNV. throated orchid.
h hostesses were Mrs. N. J. Bts- Pink and green cloths were overlaid -
pham mother of the honoree. on the luncheon tables and Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Bass announce the marriage of their daughter After a reception in the church and Mrs Henry Milton Folsom announce the marriage of
Social Hall the left for
) Mrs. Harold Preston Mrs. Joe Davis marking the places of the guests Verna Elizabeth to William Oakley Bolton jr., on December 29 a their daughter, Mary Lena, to John Rankin Toll, jr., October 23,

Mrs. Sherrod Bird. Miss were heart outlines in pastel net at Northside Baptist Church St. Petersburg. wedding. trip to is Pensacola.Mrs. the 1962 in Piano 111. The groom is the son of John Rankin Toll ST.
Behkop employed by
t Charlotte Wadsworth. Miss Doro- poufs. The bride attended Suwannee High School and Emory at. Ox- Suwannee Valley Electric Coop., and the late Mrs. Tnll of Aurora, Ill.
thy Lee Cannon. Mrs. Edward the
The hostesses presented ford Junior College. She graduated from the University of Florida Inc., and Mr. Rehkop is stationedin The vows were exchanged in the home of Rev. R. E. Simms, D.D.
Mullins. Miss Jo Rees. Miss Shar- guests of honor with a gift.
where she was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. She is presently Bermuda while serving with Mr. Tull was best man_ for his son and Miss Betty Barnet, S. N of
on Bird, and Miss Martha Jean Mrs. Wadsworth assisted in
Allen. employed as a teacher in Pinellas County. the U. S. Marine Corps. Lombard, Ill. was attendant to the bride.
f Luncheon guests were Mrs. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bolton sr., of They will reside in El Paso, Tex., where Mr. Tnll is serving in

t Band Boosters Will Winston Rogers Mrs. N. J. Bis 3660 Second Avenue North. St. Petersburg. He graduated from St. Attends Luncheon; the radar unit of the 16th missile battalion (Hawk) U. S. Army.

pham, Mrs. Edward Mullins. Miss Petersburg High School and attended the University of Florida, Gives

Meet Monday NightThe Candy Hampton.. Miss Penny graduating with a bachelor of physical education depeeHe is Program
Mr. and Mrs. Jack White spent
Band Boosters Associationwill Wettstein. Miss Jo Rees Miss Di- presently employed by the Pinellas County School Board. and Thursday of this
hold their regular monthly ane Johnson. Miss LeNelle Phillips The couple now reside at 2640 Dartmouth Avenue, North St. week in Jacksonville and Ponte
meeting next Monday night at 8 Mrs. Winston Radford Miss SPREADER SERVICE
Petersburg. Vedra Beach.
p.m. in the Band Room. Mary Mahone Rees :Miss Sinka
Mr. White attended the District
All members are urged to attend Koff, Miss Dorothy Lee Cannon,
j this meeting. and Mrs. Mattox Ward. Mrs. Ross- Bridal Shower HonoreeMrs. I Rotary luncheon International DOLOMITEFERTILIZER-
President Nitish .
Laharry speaker.Mrs.
i James Earl Ross the I the bowl.
White presented at art
former Miss Connie Worthingtonof Other floral designs were placedin
correlation program "Do You See ALL TYPES OF SPREADING
Madison was honored with a the room.
What I See", for the
miscellaneous bridal shower Pink punch cake nuts mints arrangers

THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick Thursday afternoon. January 17, and potato chips were served to Thursday.guild convening at Ponte Vedra SERVICECall

at the Philadelphia Community the 35 guests. .

Veneer-One. or Two Baths. Center. Mrs. Charlie Hunter Mrs.J. .

C. Jackson Mrs. Gene Johnson Mrs. Powell HostessTo Birth AnnouncementMr.

FHA CONVENTIONAL Mrs. Joe Hingson. Mrs. An- and Mrs. H. H. Walker of
or derson Curl Mrs. J. I. Newbern Goodwill Club Jacksonville Beach announce the JOHN L. TIPPETTEFO

FinancingSMALL Mrs. O. M. Hingson Mrs. Harold The Goodwill Club met Tuesday birth of a son Monday Feb. 4, in

DOWN PAYMENT Landen Mrs. M. A. Boatright and Feb. 5. in the home of Mrs. Jacksonville.He .

Mrs. A. W. Boatright were host- P. C. Powell with five members has been named Henry 2-1535

Located In Edgewood Subdivision. esses. present. Howard Walker Jr.

Decorations of pink green and Bible lesson was read in unison. Mrs. Walker is the former Miss

SELECT YOURS NOW white were used. Winning prizes for the games Dixie Lee Paulk of Live Oak.

Contact The refreshment table was cov- played were Mrs. E. C. Jackson -

ered with a white crocheted cloth and Mrs. B. W. Kellogg.

over green. Centering the table Refreshments were!, served.,, by
; W. ,G. MULLINS was an arrangement of pink camellias the hostess. TAKE THE BIG STEP FORWARD WITH THE

in a crystal container. A Mrs. Jackson dismissed the

'k Phone FOrest 2-2057 three tiered embossed wedding meeting with prayer.
cake was placed at the other end. The club will meet Tuesday,

I ivy and pink camellias encircled Feb. 19. with Mrs. R. B. Skeen.



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News And Activities From

THE RECREATION CENTERBy Branford Bucs Edge Lake Butler, MHY I

CHARLES PULLEY, Director Fall Before Chiefland, Williston

Branford High School Buccaneers Lake
The time for the District n Mr. R. B. Van Fleet of the Na- The edged

meeting of the Florida Recreation tional Recreation Association.Dr. Butler Tuesday, Feb. 12, in a see-saw basketball game -

Association which is to be held Leilich was instrumental in that saw each opponent swap the lead on several occasions.The MISCELLANEOUSVISIT FOR SALEFOR

in Live Oak 4s drawing near and the planning and development of Bucs looked good under pressure. Charles Kil- LITTLE ADS

plans are moving forward to make the Live Oak-Suwannee County led the
natrick and Charles Hagin team in scoring with 12 ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -
this a memorable occasion for the Recreation Department. BIG RESULTS
Collins and Don SCORING RECORD
points each. Billy Machine machineless, and cold guaranteed not to leakOttis
members of the District who will A luncheon will be served at the in sterling Branford
G. Philpot turned a BUYSELLEXCHANGEWhatever wave permanents given. Ope- Brown Motors. age tf
be present. Recreation Center during the
performance in the defensive de- Collins 5 rators-AnnIe Mills Mary
This is the first time this group meeting and a program will be H. ,
12 FOR SALE-New and used pian
partment.On Kilpatrick will Croft,
the purpose, you Drew Boatright Myrtice
will have met in Live Oak andit presented by the Live Oak-Su- '
the 12 Frier Music Co. North Okie
Friday night Feb. 8. Hagen find Democrat classifieds do and Frances Johnson. Phone os.
is a step toward recognition and wannee County Recreation Department Bucs fell before the onslaught ofa Philpot 5 the job, quickly and welL FO 2-1831. cge tf Ave. Live Oak FO 22188.ege
mention of the Live OakSuwannee that afternoon. tf
Chiefland five 62-50. Kelly
County area in the State Rec- and doughnuts will be served at: up - School and
Branford was hurt considerablywhen 7.u Douglass High parents
reation Association. We all know the Recreation Center for those; their FOR SALE Ford tractor, rotary -
patrons are urged to join
I key players received an ac- DEADLINE FOR INSERTION
there is a tremendous potentialin who arrive early. The business mower harrow double
of fouls. Lake Butler' P-TA now. We need your help.
this area for recreational activities -! portion of the day will begin cummulation' 5:00 P3L-Tuesdays bottom plow, and trailer. FO 2-
The next night Saturday the Thomas 23 Call J. L. Bevel principal FO 2-
and by developing this about 10 o'clock. tf
potential RATE FOR RESULTS 2564. cge
LOW 1192. tf
Bucs were trimmed 57-37 by a Robinson 8 cge ,
we can help bolster the This promises to be avery infor-
economy of the area. mative gathering and also a very Williston team led by a pair of Clyatt 5 2H cents per word, with a FOR SALE OR RENT Three

By'having such meetings as the advantageous one for the com- accurate basket shooters that Lockman f 2 minimum *t 75*. FOR RENT bedroom house on South Geor-

District meeting here we can be munity. would not be denied the victory. (All classifieds must be paidin gia Avenue at Haines Street

recognized throughout the stateas Don G. Philpot was the top I 38 advance. FOR RENT Downstairs front Contact F. J. Mobley P. O. Box

a Recreation Department and scorer for the Bucs with 10 30, telephone HUnter 3-6152,
Girls'Cage ONE WEEK FREE apartment. Very comfortable
will receive aid and support in, Branford points. Branford convenient location. Call FO 2- Madison. Fla., or contact C. H.
the development of our tremen- The Bucs are scheduled to take Collins 7 Classifieds ordered for four 2208. cge tf Ratliff at Mary Jane Market.

dous recreation potential. Has on North Marion at 3 pjn. in the Kilpatrick 5 weeks, run the last week free. pbig 37-40

Also by having such meetings Squad Suwannee Conference Tourney. Smith 4 $2.25 will pay for a 30 word FOR RENT Large building
here in the area we can help to Branford has two more regular Hagen 5 advertisement for four weeks. with gas heat gas kitchen. Am- FOR SALE 1957 house trailer

show people here in our own 3 Wins 12 LossesThe scheduled games in the season. Lee, G., 2 Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds ple parking. Call FO 2-2791 or 36 x 8, 2 bedrooms, full bath,

community that we are not justa They are slated to play Cross City Lee, C. 4 for Proven Results. see at Collins Court Apts. $1,695 cash. See at Morgan's

place for little children to play Branford girls have a record on Tuesday and Newberry on Fri Philpot Id cbbe 37-40 Trailer Park on W. Hwy 90 any

while their mothers are downtown of three wins and 12 losses. day. The previous Newberry- day after 12 noon pbbe 37-40

shopping but that the Live Oak- The team is composed of four Branford scrap was decided in an 37 FOR RENT Two furnished
Sale-Real Estate FOR SALE- All sizes of azaleas
Suwannee County Recreation Department seniors Elaine Griffin, Louise overtime period indicating that Williston For apartments. Call FO 2-2319 or small
evergreens dogwood trees
is a year round organi- Suggs June Bass and Gloria this might be a hot contest. Bradford 4 FO 2-2935. cge tf
and large shrubbery. Large assortment -
zation which can stand up with Slocum one junior Morvy- Henry 2 F.H.A. Loans on 3 beautiful Lee
FOR RENT Five unfurn- of camellias several
any other organization in the com- nell Odom three sophomores Hensln 5 Quality Homes models 3 and 4
ished bungalow two bedrooms. balled and burlaped. 2% feet to
munity as a force in the social Suzanne Murray Johnnie Kay Moore 18 bedrooms. No down payment
Bues Newly painted inside and out. 5 feet good bloomers regular
economic and cultural develop- Bradley and Phillis Koon. 'B' Team Allwood 7 required, up to 30 years loan
Mrs. C. G. Travis, 724 BrownSt. price $7.00 special price as longas
ment of our community.City The squad also has seven fresh- Sullivan 19Varren" 5ft% int. Built on your lot or
Phone FO 2-2744. tf last. $3.95. Mrs. S. C.
and county officials will be men that have future promise. Defeat Chiefland \ J 2 1 acre anywhere for less than cge they
Salisbury, old Lake City Hi-
invited to this meetingDr. They are Betty Lee, Charlotte $60.00 monthly. Also salesman FOR RENT Newly decorated
R. E. Leilich head of the Fletcher Janie Johnson Peggy 57 needed. For further informationcall furnished apartment couples way east of Live Oak.pcfj

Recreation Department at the Ware, Karen Roberts Judy Hum- Post 9-5 SeasonThe or write Frank Stewart only. Phone FO 2-1498 or FO 2- 37-40

University of Florida will be phries, Karen Collins and Jane Box 408 985-2931 or 985-1241 3143. Mrs. P. C. Powell 410 FOR SALE Pure bred Duroc

among those present as will be Koon. Branford "B" Team Buc- Johns Receives Moultrie Ga. pdie 37-40 Demorest St. cge tf boars and gilts. Subject to reg-

caneers completed its regular istration. Reasonable. Lonnie
Business DegreeF. 1. New block and stucco two bed-
scheduled season with a win over FOR RENT-Unfurnished apartment B. Hurst FO 2-1421. pbbe 38-41
DANCEEVERY Chiefland 36-32. The "B" squad LaVaughn Johns of Live Oak room house large lots; three connecting rooms

wound up with an impressive 9-5 was recently awarded a B. S. degree 2. New frame asbestos siding private entrance and bath. Hot NOW IN STOCK CAR :MUFFLERS -

SATURDAY NIGHT season's record. in business administrationfrom three bedroom two large lots; water circulating heater cov- : Chevrolet car $10.50;

With The team members are Johnny Stetson University in De- 3. New frame house asbestos aiding ered floors. 701 N. HamiltonAve. Chevrolet pickup. $6.50; Ford

THE ORIGINAL ROCKABILLIES Fissell Kim Miller Jerry Scar- Land. He plans to attend the Air four bedrooms two large paej 39-40 pickup $7.50; 1960 Buick $18.-
I borough J. D. Fletcher Andy Force'officer training school.At lots: Phone FOrest 2-2368 C.M. 50; STP $1.00 per can; also
FOR RENT One bedroom
Evelyn Ave. -
the University Johns McGranahan Deleo 12 oz. can brake fluid
; Cheney Scott Ware Mike Tum- was a
mond Delton Kilpatrick, Johnny member of Wesley Foundation ccae 39-41 apartment conveniently loca- 65c; AC spark plugs 65c; and
WEEKCHITWOOD'S ted. Couples Call
THIS only. Charles
Beta Alpha Sigma Political Forum 6-14 volt battery charged $14.
Lanier Doyle Bell Roscoe Smith. FOR SALE -Two bedroom homeon Maloy FO 2-3009 or FO 2-2062.
Jimmy Fletcher and Roger Kil Young Democrats Stetson Newbern Road across from caeg3940FOR Other items by order. Cecil
Concert Band and the R.O.T.C. Westwood Church. Has break- Walker, SP 6-2241. pcde 39-42
patrick.SCORING .
OLD LAKE CITY ROADNO RECORD fast room, dining room screened RENT Two bedroom

MINORS ALLOWEDATTENTION Branford "B" Team porch carport and garageon house furnished gas cookingand
Fissell 11 Beulah Baptist Church 2 lots. Call L. F. Pamell heating. Apply at Houck's FOR SALE

Miller Cheney 4 9 Sets; Community SingThe FO 2-1535. CCJJ 39-42 Cafe. Call FO 2-2587. caej 39-40

Fletcher 2 Community Sing held the FOR SALE Very lovely well- FOR RENT Two bedroom SEWING MACHINE

Scarborough 4 second Thursday night of each kept large house ten rooms furnished apartment for rent.
WE' HAVE BUYERS FOR Kilpatrick 6 month will be at the Beulah Bap- two baths. Big closets throughout. 603 W. Duval St. or call FO 2- Rebuilt Treadle

Farms, Open Land, Timber Land tist Church Feb. 14 beginning at White oak hardwood floor- 1266. pge 40 Like new in nice cabinet

And River Front. Chiefland ."B" TeamAdkins 36 Parker pastor of the in ing.main Natural house Four rented rooms as FOR RENT Furnished apartment BELL WHEEL SEWING
private bath private
SEND US YOUR LISTINGS 6 church invites everyone to come apartment. Property includes
front back
; i and entrance .conveniently -
and Join In the singing. two cottage
k- furnished room
Cable 4
: 1 located. Call FO 2-
J. P. ROGERS RealtorBRANCH Shiner & ti? ,: .6 : two-car shelter an outbuildingand 2742. cge tf FOrest 2-2744
Beau '4 WANTEDWANTED large carriage house.
OFFICEP. Frank 4 Grounds are beautifully land- FOR RENT Furnished apartment cbjj tf

O. Box 485 Phone 493-4476 Gregg 8 TO RENT Perma- scaped and have twelve bearing with one or two bed-
nent pastures woods pastures' pecan trees two pear trees, and rooms. Private entrances no FOR SALE Registered Angus

CHIEFLAND, FLORIDA 32 and farm acreage for cows in a grape arbor. Reasonably small children. Phone FO 2- bulls. Telephone FO 2-2738.

Suwannee County. Phone FO 2- priced. Owner leaving Live Oak. 2441.608 W. Duval St. pge 40 cge tf
2788. tf Bob Brown 603 W. Duval St.
FOR RENT Unfurnished two
paje 40
WANTED Acreage in Suwannee bedroom house wired for elec-

or Madison County in exchange tric stove has hot water heater. -
STCXR f. HELP WANTED WANTED Bookkeeping to do
for furnished C. B. S. Also has garden space.
at home. Call Lake City 752-
Phone FO 2-2565. pbbe 40-43
Duplex three blocks from Post
Iti. 3765 after 5 or write Box 302,
Colored tenants to
Office in lower east coast town. -
Apply Box 635 Suwannee Dem- live on small farm 'with sepa- S WANTED Lake City. pbbe 39-42

: ocrat. pdJJ 38-42! rate living facilities. No chil
''' '''- dren. Both parties required to O SALESMAN WANTEDWilson

JAON WANTED 50-75 young broodcows ; do small jobs around the farm. WANTED Room additions re-

ti.,: ; tf''r with calves preferred. Small salary. Write Farm % model carports driveway home
Auto Parts needs hard
repair of kind. Or will
: Contact Bill Sullivan Mayo' Suwannee Democrat P. O. Box any we working outside salesmen. Ter-
Florida. Phone SW 4-2776. 635 Live Oak Fla. ccf 37-40 build your home on your lot.
ritories in
South Georgia and
pfjj 38-41 No money down. Write or call
HELP WANTED Man betweenthe Tom McDaniel P. O. Box 343 North Florida. For informationwrite

(School Supplies at McCrlmon's) ages of 23 and 30, high Lake City. Phone 752-3102. Box 655 Live Oak before
school graduate or more inter- pbdi 40-43 Mar. 10. ccjj 4043If
........................ ested in future in finance field.
you are tired of punching clocksor
.. .. Salary commensurate with abil- Motor Rewinding tired of looking for some-
ity and experience, free life and thing to make the kind of mon-

: : hospital insurance paid vaca- Repairs and RewindingAny ey you would like, then see Mr

: : tions. Dependable transportation Kind Electric Motor Gill Suwannee Hotel. Room

and typing necessary along Also Sales and Service 314, Live Oak Ha., 10 to 12
with willingness to work for ad- and 2
CALL noon to 4 pjn., Friday
THE NEW"ItJEEP .. '.. vancement. Others need not ap- McCullers Electric Motor Repair Feb. 15. He is now in the $10-
ply. Call FO 2-2922 or write P. 000 to
$12.000 bracket with this
Telephone FO 2-3278
Live Oak for
O. Box 158, appointment -
Night FO 2-3326. company. He received his pro-
: :
.e tf
"'AGONEER caee 217 E. Howard St. motion from this territory. I am

WANTED Women to work soda Hunter Bros. Building sure a few minutes spent with

.: fountain and curb. Apply in cajj tf Mr.: Gill would be of great helpto

d- .: person A & W Drive In. cge U you. You would work for a
national company in local terri
I WANTEDFire insurance agent.No Salesmen & Agents tory. J. Fred Green manager.

i i experience necessary resi- cbhe 40

dent of Florida one year. Good SALESMEN age 25 or over -

i i light car age 21-55 to service Local office for Live Oak and

established monthly debit. surrounding territory has open- Help! Help! Help!
: haveYourbaby's : Write detail report of qualifica ing for salesmen who are inter-

i \ tions and telephone number and ested in serving the public and O Something To Sell
portrait street address to Box 635 Live making $10,000 a year and up.

: made in color | Oak. paje 40 I don't care if you have sold O Looking For SeffietLJ&g?

vacuum cleaners encyclopedias
Local office has opening for men household goods or insurance O I May Be Able To Help You!
Only a professionally
age 25 or over. Reading this ad ten minutes of your time to talk O No Obligation
color portrait can capture the + is a waste of time if you do not to me could be your turning

: rose petal softness of yourbaby's % investigate what it representsand point for better. See Fred Anything! Any Time! Any Where'

Different? Definitely! .. cheek which is the best oppor- Green Suwannee Hotel. Live

1.Handles Loads Other Wagons Can't The rear opening is Higher (cargo height 3 ft. 5 inches), : the cuddly, warm aliveness tunity you could hope for. If Oak, Fla. Friday, Feb. 15. 9 to SMITH. O. Box ENTERPRISESP. 216
Mayo, Fla.
Wider ((4 ft. 7 inches), and with tailgate open It has a cargo length of over 9 ft. ft. Optional . everything except his you want to raise your standardof 12 noon and 2 to 4
living if you like people,havea pm.cbde pfjj 40-43
automatic transmission and 4-wheel dri"x 3. Single selector knob for 'Jeep' 4WD traction. cooings and gurglings. desirable automobile and can 40
first in 4-wheel drive 5. Am rlca'. only .
front suspension,: any wagon.
4. Optional independent Call us. Let us photograph + furnish credit references ten

automotive overhead camshaft engine, the Tornado-OHO-offers longer engine life, lower 2 him before he grows a : minutes of your time to talk to ASSOCIATE DISTRI BUTOR-COLLECTOR

maintenance costs. Higher, wider.Ea!.isr-to-Enter Doors. The new''Jeep Wagoneer is the me could improve your income
2 day older.We are specialists : NO SELLING. SPA E TIME TO START
See Lloyd.
first station wagon ever b passenger : in baby portraiture. considerably.
car-ELTJS the tracuon and safety of 4-wheel drive.It's the one family wagon you can Suwannee Hotel. Live Oak Fla. Opportunity to own aloe il wholesale business of yoer

in almost weather. It's also available in Friday Feb. 15. 9 to 12 noon own. Business completely se t\ up for you. No experience
drive almost anywhere, any
and 2 to 4 pjn. cbgi 40 needed. Male or female. Nc age limit, if in good health
2-wheel drive models Step In Sise Imp!Try i*out at your"Jeep Dealer's."Willys a new i dan staler i EARN UP TO $400 PER MONTH PART-TIME. You

MAN WANTED Age 25 to 50. will deliver and collect from 1 seal retail stores. Must have
Motors,World'slangestmariufaeturerof4WheeljjJCpfi u. High school education. Old established auto, references and a mfo. 11001.47) to $2002.94. Invest-

= drive vehicles, one of the growing"Kaiser Industries PHOTOGRAPHY I I insurance debit, Live ment secured by inventory. Write for personal interview
i ,
Oak and Jasper area. Starting giving name address, phonMORGAN ..e no. and past history to:


2-1887.Monday thru Thursday. 1628 San :MaraJACKSONYTLl t Blv& Suite 14

j MOTT BUICK CO. u. s. HIGHWAY 90 WEST i FO 2.1940 -Ask for Mr. Woodham.paf .B 7, FLORIDA
. ; J 40-41

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First League Games Bureau Forecasts 'Swamped Scouts Huddle Around CampfirePictured George Gray, Marcus Brown,

Hawks, Falcons Beat Eagles, Comets Normal 30-day TemperaturesThe Agricultural Weather Funeral Services Funeral ServicesFuneral

Outlook for the Tn -State

In Area of SE Georgia, SW Georgia -
Recreation Center Cage LeagueBy NW Florida, and SE Ala- if Conducted SundayFuneral services for Marcus Lee

bama issued by Advisory Agricultural 1 Brown of Route 1, Box 52 in live
Charles Pulley Meteorologist, Weather services for George Oak, were conducted Monday in
The 12-11 basketball league got into full swing Sat- Bureau Agricultural Service Of- Gray Live Oak were conductedat Ridout's Chapel in Birmingham.

urday morning with two league games being played. All fice, Tifton, Georgia, Feb. 4. 4 ,,\, the Crawford Lake Baptist Mr. Brown was buried in Etea

four of the teams playing showed very good early season Temperatures during February Church Sunday with the Revs. Cemetery.Mr. .

form and showed promise of some exciting games yet to are expected to average near Billy Newsome and A. S. Dodrill Brown, 79, died in his home
normal over NW Florida and officiating. Saturday. He was born in Ala-
come this season.In
below normal He was buried in the Crawford bama and had lived in Suwannee
near or just over
the first contest the Hawks Hank Ratliff hit dead center on
Lake Cemetery.Mr. two months. He wasa
Y SE Aalbama and South Georgia.Daily County for
round out the scor-
the to
and Eagles squared off with a foul shot
mean temperatures shouldaverage Gray 95, died in the Su- retired, registered pharmacistand
Hawks coming away with a 27-8 ing. Vern Roberts, Stevie Bron- ? ,
50 to 55 degrees except wannee County Hospital Friday a member of the Methodist
victory. The Eagles controlled the son, and Mike Cannon were out-
55 to 60 degrees in NW Florida. following a lengthy illness. He Church.Mr. .
first quarter of the standing defensive Hawk players.
# game manag- Afternoon temperatures are ex- Y *7 was born in Hamilton County and Brown is survived by four
ing a 2-0 lead, but the Hawks The Eagles were led by TomCheek's
pected to reach 75 degrees or 'v had been a resident of Suwannee sons. They are George W. Brownof
came back with eight points to six points and a basket
higher on 5 to 7 days inland and County for 73 years. He was a retired Columbiana, Ala.. James B.
lead at halftime 8-2. The Eagles by Lanny Rowe. The entire team p i ,
6 to 9 days in Coastal areas. farmer and a member of the Brown of Irving, Tex., Effis H.
came out fast in the second half looked good on offense but could-
Minimum temperatures of 32 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.Mr. Brown of Mobile, Ala., and Lee F.
' and out scored the Hawks 6-4 in n't seem to find the range with
Y degrees or lower are expectedto Gray is survived by his Brown of Live Oak.
the third quarter but still trailed their shooting. Team membersare
t occur 6 to 8 times inland wife, Mrs. Mattie Fronia Gray; He had 14 grandchildren.
Murrah, Jimmy Hale,
by 12-8. John
over Alabama and Georgia and five daughters, Mrs. Maggie Suwannee Funeral Home was in
It was the Hawks turn in the Doug Townsend, Mike Pittman,
2 3 times in coastal of
or areas Green of Tampa, Mrs. Lola Bos- charge of arrangements."The .
fourth quarter as they scored 15 Anthony Levere. Steve Quillen Florida and SE Georgia. ./ A b A well of McAlpin, Miss Lillian Grayof U .

points and held the Eagles score- James Ratliff, Greg Hatch, Har- Rainfall during February is 5J\ Live Oak, Mrs. Kathleen Bax-
less to account for the final old Johnson, and Gary Brown. Is
score. to
expected to average from 2.50 ter of Plant City,and Mrs. Frank.. job of the newspaper
The game had many stars both The second game of the morn- to 3.50 inches over the Tri- ie Foy of Live Oak; six sons Rus- comfort the afflicted and afflict
offensive and defensive. Ronnie ing was a real thriller with the State Agricultural area and will sell Gray of Jackson Mich., Clyde the comfortable." F. P. Dunne

Johnson and Hugo Sotolongo led Folcons edging the Comets 12-11. occur mostly as showery periodsat above is the Live Oak Scout Troop gathered around Gray of Live Oak Thurman Grayof (Mr. Dooley).

the scoring parade for the Hawks The game was decided in the fin- regular intervals. their campfire at Royal Springs on the Suwannee River. The Columbus, Ohio, Doyle Gray of

with eight points each. Joe Phil- al minutes of play as the Falcons Sunshine during February is Scouts, and Scoutmaster Jack Haynes, pastor of St. Luke's Episco- Tampa, Wilbur Gray of Tampa, Honorary pallbearers were Leo

lips canned four with Chuck came from behind for the win. expected to average 60 per cent pal Church, remember this over night jaunt as the "eve of the big and step-son, Calvin McCorvey of Vann, Wylton Gaston, Lavaughn
Warner Charles Howes, and The Comets had a chance to tie of possible.
rain." The same shower that swamped Live Oak and Highway 90 Gainesville.He Sessions John Rowland Ted Mc-
Keith Mixon each getting two. the game in the final ten secondsbut Average 3 inch bare soil tem-
missed on a foul shot. peratures are expected to rise recently, also swamped Troop 368. The Troop camped out on the had 19 grandchildren.Active Granahan, Henry Croft, Clifton
pallbearers were David Green, Lawrence Avery, Avery
The Comets held a 10-4 lead as slowly during the month reach- Santa Fe River last weekend; photograph and story will appear in
Arnett Sam- Leo Har-
Hillhouse Hillhouse Murphy, Mobley Ruby
the fourth quarter began but the ing the mid 50s early in the next week's edition.
my Hillhouse, J. B. Hillhouse, rell W. H. Gray, and Clyde Gray.
Falcons outscored them 8-1 in the month and the low 60s by the I
Frank Hillhouse, and Martin Hill- Suwannee Funeral Home was in
final stanza to come out on top. end of February.
CHICKSSTRAIGTH Mrs. Samborski Funeral ServicesFuneral house. charge of arrangements.
Glenn Jernigan, Danny Ed- I U.

' wards, Buddy Goodlet, Alvin
RUN Green, and Fletcher Bass led the Randall WarrenMr. services for Mrs. Vera daughter, Mrs. William Pitt of

15cCOCKERELS ; offensive punch for the Falcons. and Mrs. Floyd Warren of Alice Samborski of Hacketstown Miami; four sisters, Mrs. Charles DINE AND DANCE

The Comets were led by Terry Branford announce the birth ofa N. J., were conducted at the First Matteson of Texas, Mrs. Ernest

3 Wks. old Clayton, Lawrence Pert, Calvin son Sunday, Feb. 10, In the Su Baptist Church Saturday with the Holmes of Live Oak, Mrs. Frank NIGHTLY

lOcCundif Goodlet, Bob McHenry, and Van wannee County Hospital.He Revs. Cornelius Davis and Rev. Truman of Columbus, Ga., and
Dees. has been named Randall Thompson officiating. She was Mrs. Eugene Duncan of Dade BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT

f Darryl Warren. City; six brothers, Cecil McCul- Admission On
BrothersPhone buried in the City Cemetery.Mrs. : $2.00 Couple Friday
U lers of South Carolina, Curtis Meddlers -
FO 2-2734 (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) Samborski, 50, died Tues- and O. J. McCullers of NO :MINORS PLEASE

day, Feb. 12. She was born in Su Live Oak, Dennis McCullers of

Douglas KirbyMr. wannee County. Dade City, Clarence McCullers of LITTLE HICKORY
and Mrs. Oscar Kirby of
The housewife is survived by Plant City, and Ernest McCullersof
SPREADER SERVICE Wellborn announce the birth of a her husband, Ted Samborski of Plant City.Suwannee Formerly Country Kitchen
son Saturday Feb. 9, in the Su
Hacketstown, N. J.; her mother, Funeral Home was in Madison, Florida
County Hospital.He
FASTj AND COURTEOUS SERVICE FOR wannee has been named Douglas Mrs. Ollie Paulk of Live Oak; one charge of the arrangements.



MONROE A. BOATRIGHT Glynis Fay SumnerMr.

Rt. 1, McAlpin SP 6-2551 and Mrs.Ronald Sumner of

McAlpin announce the birth of a '

ORHOWARD daughter Thursday, Feb. 7, in the FINAL .
THOMAS Suwannee County Hospital.She .

Rt. 4, Live Oak SP 6-2576 has been named Glynis Fay




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News From BiBY anford School Menu Robert W. Atwell, Branford Personals I

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February 18 through February 22
MONDAY Funeral ServicesFuneral Mrs Inez Winter and Tommie Miss Elisabeth Guerry of Lake
Breaded Veal Cutlets Minter spent Friday afternoon In City visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawton
: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Mashed Potatoes services for Mr. RobertW. Gainesville.Mr. Simms Sunday afternoon.J. .

Lettuce & Tomato Salad Atwell 91, former resident of and Mrs. R. E. Hatch visited H. Aderholt of Imperial
'Operation Alph bet' Peach Half Branford were held Sunday Feb. their daughter Mrs. Walter E. Beach Calif., spent several days
Branford Scouts Enjoy 2-Night Dinner Rolls Butter Milk 10, at 3 pjn. from the Beachville I Long of Jacksonvile Thursday.Mrs. here recently visiting his father
To Begin ThursdayA TUESDAY Advent Christian Church with the Hatch remained over for a I. H. Aderholt and other relatives,

At Itchtucknee preview of the program of Baked Ham Rev. J. Marvin Odom officiating. few days visit. Mrs. Mary McCormick of Lake
Campout SpringsJesse "Operation Alphabet" will be Sweet Potatoes Interment was in the Santa Fe Miss Hilda Jones spent Friday Butler spent last week here visit
shown on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Buttered Green Beans Cemetery.Mr. night and Saturday at home with ing Mr. and Mrs. O. Z. Jones
J. Slocum, Jr. on Channel 5, Principal A. Per- Pineapple Salad Atwell died Saturday in her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sullivan and
The Branford Boy Scout troop enjoyed camping out ry Geiger of Branford High Bread Butter Milk Flagler Hospital in St. Augustineafter Jones. II family of Jacksonville were Sun-

this past weekend. It was an exciting adventure for all School said Monday. WEDNESDAY a short illness. Born in Su Mr. and Mrs. Joe Land of Mayo I day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
of them, fishing, hiking, trailblazing, tent pitching, out- Geiger said that anyone who Chfcken Salad on Lettuce Leaf wannee County he had operatedhis visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas Sullivan.
door cooking and many other things. failed to register for this pro- Potato Chips farm in Lafayette County until and family Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Rual Chandler student at U
in Branford Monday still Creamed Peas 1954 when age and ill health
English of
gram Fla., spent Saturday here with
Some of them found it at first such I the
]i rather hard as Lois Williams attended
forced his retirement when he
has time to sign up for this Apple Sauce ,Cake his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M
cooking and building a fire but Last Thursday night was Par-! course. Persons interested Bread Butter Milk moved to Branford.For funera! services of N. R Lancasterin Chandler.Mrs. .
they learned fast and had ,a lot ents' Night at the Scouthouse. Trenton Friday.
the two had
should contact him at the high THURSDAY past years he Lena Hale attended funeral -
of fun. Several boys completedtheir They all observed the Scouts' pro- school Geiger said. Sloppy Joes made his home with his son Har- Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price visited senices of her nephew. Eus-

Second Class requirementswhile ject.Four "The public will not be Pinto Beans With HamCabbageAppleRaisin old Atwell in St. Augustine. He Mrs. Price's parents in Starke tas ,Bainbridge in Palatka Monday -
attending this camp. new boys joined the local charged a registration fee" Geiger Salad was a member of Ephesus Advent Friday night and Saturday.Mrs. a week ago. She was accom-
The Branford troop left Friday troop recently. They were Mike added. "The program will Jello Cookies Christian Church in Lafayette T. L. Dorsett was a busi- panied by her daughter, Mrs. Ira
afternoon ,at 4:45 and journeyedto and David Tummond, Freddie
be broadcast over television and Buns Butter Milk .County. ness visitor in Tallahassee Satur- Goff grandson, Rodger, and
Itchtucknee and Miller. These
Springs. There Griffin people will be able to study and FRIDAY Survivors include two daughters granddaughter. Sherron Mobleyof
the Scouts picked out their spots boys will enjoy being in the Boy learn from the familiar surroundings Fish FilletButtered ( ; Mrs. V. A. Murphy of.Haines day.Mr.. and Mrs. Deen Moore of Live Oak. Mrs. Hale returned
pitched their tents and gathered Scouts and will learn a great deal. of their home. Niblet Corn City and Mrs. Catheran Palmer of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Moore's home Sunday after spending last

firewood. We ask the parents to encourage Geiger solicited the aid of Green Salad St. Augustine; three sons. Barney parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawton week visiting with her daughters -
Saturday was filled with excite- their sons to join the Boy Scoutsof everyone in the community to Cherry Cobbler Atwell of Branford, Ralph Atwellof Simms over the week end. Mrs. Vivian White Mrs
ment all day. Branford. them to talk to
; everyone was busy Ask help get people who need this Bread. Butter Milk Jacksonville and Harold At- Mrs. Robert Fletcher and Mrs. Myrtle Goff, and Mrs. Marguerite
The troop returned home early Boy Scout and attend a meet-
a program to come and partici- well of St. Augustine.He Thelma Atwell were In St. Augus- Mobley and families.
Sunday morning in time for the ing two by doing this they
pate in it. had 12 grandchildren and 22 tine .
Friday night and Saturday.C. Mrs. R. G. Fitch had her sister
Scouts to attend Sunday School. could really see how they like it.
First Holds greatgrandchildren.Active D. William
Baptist sof Newberry vis- Mrs. L. E. Whitehead of Suffolk,
From what I have heard manyof Chairman Scotty Ware called
pallbearers were James ited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch and Va.. as her house guest
the Scouts spent most of Sun- the first meeting of the Physical Miss demons 83 Sweetheart BanquetThe Severance. Miller Walker Carl family Thursday night. past week. duringthe
day In bed. The Branford Scouts Fitness Committee to order. Pres- Educational Building of Walker Aubry Moon Garner

appreciate the co-operation and ent were Scotty Ware Randy Funeral ServicesFuneral the First Baptist Church was Avery and Lester Miller.
the help of the parents who not Herndon, and Danny Humphries.The the setting for a Sweetheart Honorary pallbearers were Wal-
only made this trip possible but I purpose of this meeting was Banquet Thursday night Feb.
services ter Buchanan A. O. Dorsett Os-
for Miss Ellen For All Your NeedsWITH
successful. to decide what sport the troop 7 at 7:30.
demons 83, were held Thursdayat car and W. D. Fletcher.
Red and white was the color Daniels Funeral Home of Bran-
3 pm. at the graveside in
scheme for the occasion. The U- ford was in charge of arrange-
Clemons Cemetery with the Rev.
STUMP BROS. N. L. Martin pastor of New Mag- shaped tables were covered with ments.
white linen cloths. Ivy and red .
nolia Baptist Church ofiiciating. LP GASTANKSAPPLIANCESSEE
camellias were placed down the
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Miss Clemons died early Wednesday -
center of each table and crystal Eastern Star Order
morning after an extended -
BUILDING SUPPLIES_QUALITY FIRST candle holders held red and
illness. She was a life-long white candles.A To Install Officers

Westinghouse Built in Oven resident member of Suwannee of the County Methodist anda large cupid and a red and Branford Chapter No. 112 of the ARTHUR CROWE
Church. white heart was placed on the Order of the Eastern Star will
wall back of the guest tables have their installation of new officers -

and Cook Top ..................$192.36 Luther She is Clemons survived of by brother while smaller cupids and hearts Thursday Feb. 14 at 8 pjn ATGREEN'S
were placed throughout the in the Branford Masonic Temple.
Pallbearers were Ernest Walker building.The Mrs. Lilly Witheral is the incoming -
36" Attic Fan W/Shutter. 72.00
Sid Hall Pete Touchton CarlPeterson FUELIN
piano held a large ar- Worthy Matron and E. R
Robert Miller and Jesse
rangement of red roses, ivy and Witheral is the incoming Worthy
Atlas Attic 18.00 Slocum. red candles. Miniature cupids Patron.
Stairway......... Daniels Funeral Home of Bran- were used for place cards. The The public is invited to attendWoman's LIVE OAK
ford was in charge of
arrange- entrance way into the buildingwas .
Window Guards. 5.90 ments.
Burglar arch-shaped and decorated We Can Serve You Better
with ivy entwined with red Club Plans
Door 4.75 Parent-Teachers Set roses. 'Americanism' More Economically
.Matey .............. About twenty-six intermediates ProgramThe
'Founders RitesThe
Day' Branford Woman's Club
young people, and special
2-8x6-8 Screen Door 5.99 regular meeting of the will hold its regular meeting Wed-
............ Branford PTA"ill be held< guests Those attended.taking part on the nesday afternoon Feb. 20 at 3:30 j (rnr1IDLL!
Thursday night Feb. 14 at 7:30' in the club building.Mrs. .
program were Gloria SFocum,
2.8x4.6 Aluminum Window in the school cafeteria. Rev. Allen Price Rev. Sayer John J. Johnson will have GAS APPLIANCES
The program will be on "Foun charge of the program on "Am-
Canova Mrs. Judy Moses Mrs.
der's Day" and everyone is urgedto ericanism".All members are urged
Screen 2.56 Georgia Walker Miss Loyselle
.................................. attend. All past presidents are Hatch and Miss, Suzanne Mur to be present at this important

3/4 AD Plywood-Sheet.... 6.90 given a special invitation. I ray.Kilpatrick Miss Murray were chosen and sweethearts James- I I meeting. _r1 9 K1B0

would undertake after basketball.The for the occasion. .
V 1/4 AD 2.35 possibilities were track volleyball The food was prepared by the
Plywood-Sheet.... and badminton. The com women of the church. BUY NOW !
mittee voted for track. This com- .- .
Prefinished Plywood ing Thursday night the mem- .
bers of the Interpatrol Athletic Baptist Groups

Conference will meet and decideon Give To 'Kids' Home

Mahy ...... 5.10 Birch ...... 7.68 the rules and how many pointscan The Golden Circle and Fidelis
be scored for each event. No 1il
Interest !
Sunday School Classes held their May
Sheetrock 38"4x8 sheet. 1.40 pleting Many their of the second Scouts class will be require-com- regular meeting Monday nigh.
Feb. 3 in the Educational Buildingof

Oak Flooring No. 1 Com M 185.00 ments ent who Thursday did not get observe Any par-the The the group First Baptist voted to Church.send a gift

projects welcome to do this
are so '
of money to the Baptist Children'sHome.
15 Ib. Felt 2.15 coming Thursday night Feb. 14. Mrs. Cregg Moses was hon-
.............................. In the Physical Fitness department ored with a surprise stork shower
the Rattlesnakes defeatedthe
Locks 4.25 Flying Eagles 27 to 3 in their: during the evening.
Key-In-Knob ............ basketbal game. Kim Miller led Ten members were present.
Hostesses were Mrs. Lawton
Rattlesnakes with 14 points Simms and Mrs. Annie Rousch.

: Light Bulbs, ea .................... .20 while Oscar Johnson led the Eag- They served punch and cake.
les with 2. Andy Cheney scored .
No. 23 Nu-Air Aluminum 52 points as the Fox Patrol defeated :
the Panther Patrol 52 to Birth Announcement ;
48. The IAC standings: Mr. and Mrs. Tommie MinterJr. ": I
Awning Window ea. 15.95 Team Won Lost ., announce the birth of a ti :,?, 'if", ..3'',,' : '
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Fox Patrol :
5 0 .
daughter Saturday Feb. 9, in the .. 'i1
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Panther 2 3 Suwannee County Hospital. The .
: Se Us For All Your Building Needs Rattlesnake Patrol 2 3 baby has been named Susan ,.. .M., 7N
Flying Eagle Patrol 1 4 Manon Minter. 4 5. fl
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I Lake Ed Suwannee 65-59 IN IN RE SUWANNEE THE: The COUNTY Estate COUNTY of JUDGE'S, FLORIDA.COURTOF SE Oak.I of expect Florida Live to Oak and engage on my address bvdness Highway is 4 ta 49.miles Live.

City High John L. Wells.deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The extent- WINSTON of ownership ROMIRS'Dated ....,.. -

this 30th day of January A.D.
All creditors of the Estate of John L. "
'-+ '--'" Wells and 1963.
deceased are hereby notified WINSTON J. RO.BBS.
SCORING RECORD required to file any claims or demands
Flood Leads Suwannee which they may have against said estatein 39-42
BulldogsIn Suwannee Clay High Embarrasses Bulldogs 62-37 the office of the County Judge of Su- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Flood 17 wannee County Florida in the courthouse By virtue of a Writ of RxeeMise

Near Upset Of Columbia TigersThe Williams 6 A fired up Clay County The third quarter found the calendar at months Live Oak.from Florida the date within of the six the dated Circuit December Court.18.Third mt.Judicial tested Girevft eM e f

Strickland 9 first publication of this notice. Each
High School team Bulldogs in serious trouble withan in and for Suwannee County Florida at
cage claim or demand must be in writing and
7 Law on a Judgment rendered in said
Suwannee High Bulldogs rebounding from a Poole caught the Suwannee Bull- almost scoreless period. must state the place of residence and Court on September 11. 1962. ie favor
office address of the claimant and
solid beating at the hands of Clay County, nearly pulledoff Law Dees 14 6 dog in Green Cove Springson Green Cove lengthened its lead post must be sworn to by the claimant his of a: Trust The Clinton Company County a Corporation.National Plaintiff Bank-

steadily and led 44-29 at the end agent or his attorney or it will become WOftfam R.
a classic upset against District Champion Lake Cityin :; an off night Saturday and void according to law; and must be Williams against and the his Defendants.wife. Carol WHIZ ms.
of the period. The final stanza
a cage match in the Coliseum_ Monday.The _. .. 59 twisted his tail to the tune was disasterous for the Bulldogsas filed in duplicate.Virginia D. Wells. for Seven Thousand Six Haadred TMr-have
ty-nine ft 32/100 nT.61t.)1)
Bulldogs bayed at the Tgers' heels all evening Lake City of 62-37. the Clay County five pouredon Executrix of the Will of heretofore on January 30, U... levied
in the in the foot of the Tiger offense.In John L. Wells deceased. the following described real estate
only to be outdistanced McCufckey 15 upon
Cove shot 70 cent 38-41
Green per the pressure and swamped the I and personal property ia
second and lose the race 65-59. addition, the little "big" man Ulsh 6 from the floor and made 20 of 28 discouraged Suwannee squad witha IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S County. Florida to-wit:
lead in and down the court and COURT I An the NWVi of SEW of SW% lying
Lake City took an early raged up Houston 4 foul shots to hand the Bulldogsone I 25 point lead.SCORING. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY South and West of Highway 99-.

the game and topped Suwannee chalked up 17 points his highest Brewer 16 of their soundest beatings of i RECORD FLORIDA. IN PROBATE I EXCEPT the East 261 feet hi Section
IN RE The Estate
9-6 at the end of the first quar- yield of the season. Moore .' 6 this; basketball season. Suwannee CARRIE: MAE PATTISON.of I I East 22, Township containing 3 4 South acres,Rangelb more

ter. But the second quarter was a"dilly" Dees came off the bench to playa Witt 18 The Bulldogs who couldn't Martin 2 Deceased. or less:
closed the fine for the Bulldogs with 8 metal chairs: 2 tables: 2 metal
Bulldogs game i
seem to buy a basket made a Flood 2 All creditors of the Estate of Carrie I stools S wood bar stools 1 large
gap and trailed by only one point 14 points to his credit. Larry Law 65 meager 23'per cent of their field I Williams 4 Mae Pattison, deceased are hereby noti- gas range: : 1 Gibson Refrigerator; ;
fied and required file I
to claim or 'Demand
excellent defensive any 4 dozen coffee 2 dea
ended. creamers:
-23-22-when the half played an
shots and 22 per cent of their foul I Strickland 15 which they may have against said saucers 3 frying 1C dessert
; pans
in the 'game. His zealous play cost hima estate in the Office of the County Judgeof
The the
Tigers won game shots. In addition, Green Cove Law 7 dishes; 3 small coffee pots: 2 dew
which had to be stichedup Suwannee County Florida in the table knives 1 dozen table forks 1
third outscoredthe cut : ;
quarter as they eye Suwannee
controlled the backboards and Dees 5 House at Live Oak. Florida within dOseD tea spoons: 1 doseD gas heat.
Bulldogs by 7 points to take a after the contest. made few mistakes. Kirby 2 six (6) calendar months from the date ers: 1 Kelvinator Refrigerator (enter -
of the first
Ross pointed out publication of this notice. ) Ser. No. 6756376 1 Kelvfoator
45-37 lead at the end of the per- Coach Larry :
This! was the same Clay County Each claim or demand must be filed in Refrigerator (not servfeaMe) ; oth-
that the team could have beaten High duplicate in writing, and must state the miscellaneous cooking 1Itfl'ls.
team that upset by er ;
High was 37
iod.The place of residence
and office of the
if had been able post 1 2 lamp shades )
angry Bulldogs came roar- Lake City they claimant gas range: (new ;
earlier in the and must be the
the Bulldogs sea- Green Cove sworn to by 2 cases Pepsi Colas 6 bed (don
ing back in the final period and to sink the majority of their shots Menu son 53-50. Weeks 5 claimant his agent or his attorney or it ble) complete with mattresses: S
will become void
threw a scare into the Tiger from the free throw line. The according. to law. beds (single) complete with mattresses -
Green Cove took an early lead Goolsby 4 SJ. Pomeroy CarterAdministrator ; 7 straight chaIn: 4 arm
squad with a serious scoring Bulldogs shot a lowly 46 per cent chairs 4 chests of drawers (large)
February; 14 through February 20 in the first quarter and led 15-6 Clark 22 37-40 ; ;
threat. But Suwannee couldn't on foul shots. 3 chests of drawers (small) ; 1 wall
THURSDAY at the end of the period. Suwannee Bradley 21 mirror; 1 dresser with mirror: 2
make up the 7 point deficit before With the Bulldogs losing their IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
dropped further behind as Kenny 4 throw rugs; 3 gas heaters: 9 Waak-
the buzzer sounded. last two games straight and mad ets; 4 dozen bath towels; 4 dozen
the second period progressed and Parker 6 FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN hand .
Potatoes In Jacket towels; C bed spread (doable
John Flood, in playing one of about it, the team may well be a RE: Estate of
trailed 29-15 at the end of the ) ; 5 bed spreads (single) : 17
his finest games, appeared to be dark horse in the upcoming Key- String BeansCranberry WILLIAM known EDWARU WILLIAMSAlso pillows; 3 dozen pillow cases; 3 den'
half. as W. E. "DUB"Williams.
Salad en sheets; 3 air conditioners; 1 electric
the best man on the court for stone Conference tourney that heater;

either team. He was like a thorn starts tonight (Thursday). Pie To AU Creditors Deceased and Persons 1 swing set and slide: 1 tasirfe door
Rolls Butter Milk I Public NoticesIN I Claims Demands Having (not attached) ; 2 pieces 1"" gal
or Against Said Estate: vanised pipe approximately If
FRIDAY You and each of you are hereby notified -
long; 51 6" x 8" cement blocks 10
I AnswersEditor's I Salmon Loaf With Catsup and required to present any claims 8" x 8" cement blocks; 1-56 gal.
Social Security THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Turn signals or demands have which you, or either of you Ion oil drum: 1 250 gallon underground
may against the estate of William
Acre Peas JUDGE SUWANNEE COUNTY. 6 700x15 6 ply tires Edward gas tank (butane) ; 1 Ever
Glazed Sweet Potatoes FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN Flat base 2 piece rims "Dub" Williams Williams also known as W. E. Sharp Lawn Mower (used), Ser.
do it RE: The Estate of Heavy duty overload springs deceased late of said No. 01365; 2 used auto tires t.W
October. Will I need to County
( Note: These questionsand Brownies to the County Judge of
H. D. CLEMENT 3 speed transmissionLow Suwan-I. x 15 Star brand; 2 step ladders.
Wil- again? Milk nee County Florida at his office Public notice is hereby given that I
answers are compiled by Bread Butter Deceased. speed rear end court house I
To All Creditor and PeriODS Having 2 outside rear view mirrors of said County at Live Oak will on March 4, 1963. at 110 oVock
liam M. Eanes District Managerfor ANSWER: If your earnings MONDAY Claims or Demand Against Said Estate: Bids will be considered on the tradein the Florida within six calendar months from A. M. on said day at the precise here-
time of
the Social Security Adminis- were more than $1200 we-will Sausage LinksScalloped You and each of you are hereby noti- of one (1) 1952 Ford pickup which notice. Each the claim first publication demand of this inabove described sell at public auction
and required to present any claims may be inspected by appointment. Bids or shall be for cash lawful money of the Uvfeed
tration at Valdosta. Eanes invites want a final end report before Potatoes in writing and in duplicate and shall all the claim
year and demands which you or either of will be opened February 25. 1963, at 9 state the States right, title. and
readers to mail their questions to April 15th. Your paymentsfor Creamed Peas/Carrots you, may have against the estate of H. A.M. in the office of the Suwannee office address place of of the residence and post interest of said defendants Wflliam R.
late of said County Health claimant and shall Williams and Carol Williams in and to
him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta 1962 were based on informa- Strawberry Topping On Plain D.,Clement to the County deceased Judge of Suwannee County reserve the Department.We right to reject any be sworn to by the claimant his agent the above described property or so

Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries tion up to the time you quit work. Cake County. Florida at his office in the and all bids.Suwannee. or mand attorney not so and filed any shall such be claim void. or de much thereof as may be necessary to
of said County at Live Oak County Arthropod Control raise sufficient money to satisfy said
to this paper.) Even if you made nothing after Bread Butter Milk court Florida within six calendar months from 39-41 JEWELL WILLIAMS I judgment interest and costs eta. to

QUESTION: Everyone tells meI that or received no further pay- TUESDAY the time of the first publication of this As William administrator Edward of the Estate of the highest and best bidder and will
Williams also thereafter at 12:00 o'clock Neon said
have to make a report on my ments, the year end report will let Meat Loaf With Catsup notice.writing Each and claim ehall or elate demand the shall place be of in IN IN AND THE FOR COUNTY SUWANNEE JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT known as W. E. "Dub" Williams, date resell said property at the on front

earnings in 1962. I gave you this us close our books on your accountfor Mexican Rice residence and post office address of the FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN 87-40 deceased. door of the Court House in Live Oak.
information when I work last claimant and shall be sworn to by the RE: The Estate of Suwannee County', Florida, or eo math
quit Lettuce
last year. Then we will both Sliced Tomatoes On claimant their agent, attorney, and any CARRIE MAE PATTISON, NOTICE UNDER thereof as may be necessary to raise

be certain you got all the pay- Pineapple Pudding such claim or demand not so filed shall Deceased. OR TRADE NAME FICTITIOUS LAW meat sufficient interest money and to costs satisfy etc said. to)4ft-the

ments you should have receivedfor Rolls Butter Milk be void.MARGARET H. CLEMENTAs NOTICE OF PROBATETHE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: highest and best bidder. Said real estate
last WEDNESDAYFresh Administratrix of the Estate of STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL Notice is hereby given that the undersigned and personal property will be oM separately >>
1 pursuant to the fictitious and said property will not be
: Why can't I tele- Pork Ham 38-41 H. D. Clement deceased TATE OF SAID DECEDENT: Dame ltatute!; Chapter 20953. or Section sold separately and said property witt
You are hereby notified that a written 865.09. Florida Statutes 1941. will reg not be sold until the conchtslon of the
phone your office to change the Turnips instrument purporting to be the Last ister with the Clerk of the Circuit Court receiving of bids at the Court Howe ia
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT, Will and Testament of the above dece- in and for Suwannee
adress where send checks? Mashed Potatoes Gravy County, Florida Live Oak. Florida.
s you IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, dent has been admitted to probate in upon receipt of proof of publication of Dated this January 30. 19...
ANSWER: We will be glad for Apple SauceCornbread FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN said Court. this notice the fictitious name to-wit: SHUGH LEWIS. Sheriff
to let know by phoning.But or Loaf Bread RE: The Estate of You are hereby commanded within six Suwaan RiTer Realty Suwannee County Florida
you M. A. BEST, (6) calendar months from the date of under which I will engage in business. 38-42
rats mice we will also need a signed Butter Milk Deceased. the first publication of this notice to appear -
ants silverfish Notice Of Intention To Apply in said Court to show cause if any
statement from Anyone could
you. Final Of Executrix the actions said Courtin
a hundred dollars a month sinceI For Discharge you can why of
Bali roaches phone in a change of address; on- Notice is hereby given that I have admitting said Will to probate should
started getting my checks. Last filed my final return as the sole remaining not stand revoked. ANNOUNCING OPENING OF
to make
ly you can sign one sure executrix of the Estate -
I made about $200 profit qualified (SEAL)
that our records are correct and year of M. A. Best deceased, and my S/REECE BROWN
from a part-time repair business. petition for final discharge and I will 37-40 County JudgeIN
you person gave I
Since I won't have to pay Social apply to the Honorable Reece Brown
I us that information. County Judge in and for Snwannee THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
for the sake of your home Security because it is under $400 County, Florida, on March 11. 196S at IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY,
QUESTION: I have worked for
I A. for approval of FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN IN
will I have to report this as earn- 10:00 o'clock M. my
final return and for final discharge as RE: The Estate of
ings? the sale remaining qualified executrix of CLARA M. GREENE. Air Cooled Sales & Service
ANSWER: Yes you will. Earn- the Estate of M. A. Best deceased. Deceased. Engines -
Dated this January 28. 1963.,> ... NOTICE OF PROBATETHE
ings from work. of any kind, Eloise D. Lewis STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL DISTRIBUTOR FOR
I whether covered by Social Security Sole remaining qualified Executrix PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ES-
why suffer from or not must be counted in your You are hereby notified that a written Wisconsin and Clinton Engines and Parts
total earnings for the year. REQUEST FOR BIDS instrument purporting to be the Last
Suwannee County Arthropod Control Will and Testament of the above dece-
QUESTION: Since I retired, my request sealed bids on the following dent has been admitted to probate in Complete Service And Parts For Small Engines
income has been mostly from investments items: said Court.
'f COLD WEATHERBad Approximately 1.700 gallons "regular You are hereby commanded within six
and director's fees. 1 1 gasoline delivered to vehicle tank (6) calendar months from the date of

have never paid Social Securityon at station. Price per gallon. 1st. the first publication of this notice to appear DEALER
grade oil delivered in vehicle at tn said Court to show cause. if any FOR
Humor ? these. Now I have been told I station. Price per quart. you can why the actions of said Courtin
should. Is this right? Servicing and greasing per unit. admitting said Will to probate shouldnot
All bids to be sealed and delivered by stand unrevoked. ECONOMYFarm --
ANSWER: Your investment incomes February 25, 1963 to the Suwannee (SEAL) ? ,
does not count for Social County Health Department. Bids will be S/ REECE BROWN
opened at 9:00 A.M.. February 25. 1963.
County Judge
Get New LOW COST Security. But director's fees must at the Suwannee County Health Depart- 87-40 and

be included as self-employmenl ment. Vendors are invited to be present.
Envelopes shall be marked Gasoline REQUEST FOR BIDS
income whenever they total $400or Bid. not to be opened until February 25, Suwannee County Arthropod Control Garden TractorIdeal

AMERICAN-ta1t more per year.QUESTION 196S. request sealed bids for approximately
Suwannee County Arthropod Control 13.000 gallons of No. 2 diesel oil delivered r
: If I estimate my Suwannee County Health Department to the City Barn in metered 330 For Small Farms, .

earnings too high for 1963 and Live Oak Florida gallon Iota as called for by Suwannee

Whole House Heating and CoolingFor later find out that I will not make 39.41 County Successful Arthropod bidder ControL will be required to Pastures and GardeningELECTRIC :

N that much will I have to wait REQUEST FOR BIDS furnish one handpnmp and one skid tank ,
Suwannee County Arthropod Control to be located at the Live Oak Sanitary
until next year to get the checks requests bids for one new 1963 % ton Landfill and to make deliveries to skid I
you held back? Chevrolet or G.M.C truck. cab and chassis tank as called for by Suwannee County I
free etffmef eel only to meet the following specifications Arthropod Control. Bids will be opened SERVICE COMPANY
ANSWER: No you may change : February 25, 1963. at 9:00 A.M. in the 'I
estimate at any'time during 6 or 8 cylinder engine of at least 150 office of the Suwaanee County Health
horsepowerOil Department. All bidders are invited to 905 5th SL, S.W. FO 2-3051
the year. If this means that we bath air cleanerOil be present. Envelopes shall be marked
t : FRIER MUSIC CO. have already held up too many filterAltemator Diesel Oil Bid. not to be opened until Formerly Harry's Saw Shop
February 25. 1963.
checks we will pay you what is Full width rear view window Suwannee County Arthropod Control

owed based on your new lower Full depth foam seat Suwaanee County Health Department LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
PHONE FO 2-2188
'- Heater and defroster Live Oak Florida
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@fdt ,.. ..Mrs.. Forrest Ordale Bradbury Jr.. ,. Here And There I Methodist WSCS Met
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.' "' Mr. and Mrs. Oneal Boatright Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hart. Mrs. Woman's Society of Chris-
I ';0 3.Y:. spent the week end in Tampa attending W. J. Nipper and Claude Adams tian Service of the First Metho-

\ --'OMGN .': the annual livestock mar- spent Saturday at Suwannee.Miss dist Church met Monday after-
ket meeting and the State Fair. Nata Carolyn Fowler who noon in the Youth Chapel of the

t. .. They had as their guests for the is attending Jones Business Col- church.
: :" week end in Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. lege in Jacksonville, spent the The program entitled "Reports
.CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor ... J. B.. Faircloth of Perry. week end with her parents, Mr. From Lands Of Decision". was
;.. :. Mrs. W. J. Nipper and Miss and Mrs. Aubrey Fowler. led by Mrs. C. T. Bateden with

'......, Caroline Hart left Monday to Mrs. Lizzie Robinson has returned Mrs. J. D. Cundiff, Mrs. Randolph
Miss Howard WedsMarvin Miss Cranford Feted .. spend several days in Palatka home after spending several Mat Miss Elizabeth Pittman. and

with Mr. and Mrs. Don Nipper. days in Gainesville with rela- the Rev. Spivey Brabham taking;
Bridal ShowerMiss
Home With ?
jr ,, Miss Priscilla Cox student at tives. part.During
The marriage of Miss Linda Glenda Cranford of Branford I .'. Florida State University spent David McNeill Jr., and Miss the business session pre
Louise Howard of Jacksonville to bride-elect of Donald Ray the week end with her parents Edith Hanson students at Florida sided over by Mrs. Aubrey Fowler
Marvin Home jr., of this city is Boatright was honored with a : :'fiif.l: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox. State University Tallahassee president. it was announced that

announced.The bridal shower Friday evening .... Mrs. Ed Harrington returned spent the week end with Mr. and on February 18 from 10 am. to
couple exchanged weddingvows February 1, at the Philadelphia .., <>.>:.. Thursday night from Gainesville Mrs. Dave McNeill Sr. 1:30 pm. the Woman's Society
fn Valdosta Ga., on Janu- Community Center with Mrs. R. >=. ...:..' where she was a patient in the Jeff McNeill of Montclair N. J.. would have a mission study, the

ary 11 with Judge Holcomb officiating F. Moore. Mrs. J. W. Hingson. .... ';k: hospital there. spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. theme being "The Churches MIS-
In the presence of the Mrs. O. M. Hingson, Mrs. Joe ? > .,' .... Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Wood and Dave McNeill .Sr. sion And Persons Of Special

immediate family. Hingson, Mrs. Harold Landen daughter Monarae of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and son, Need".
The bride chose for her wedding Mrs. O. C. Lanier Mrs. A. W. ::.' : ; ville visited his parents Mr. and George Augustus n. of Atlanta. Mrs. Fowler closed the meeting
a royal blue knit sheath Ross Jr., Mrs. Revis Moore and ;> _. Mrs. C. B. Wood in Live Oak and Ga.. returned home Monday after with prayer.
dress with a short jacket trimmedin Miss Estelle Hingson as hostesses.A L. ..:. Mrs. Wood's parents Mr. and Mrs. spending the week end with Mr. .

blue satin. Black patent bag lavender and white motif was '., \.,.,}:.:;. ": ... Tim Watts in Dowling Park Sat- Lee's parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. A.
and shoes with white gloves com- used. : urday. Lee. Card Of. ThanksThe

pleted her ensemble. Her corsagewas The refreshment table was overlaid : fI;: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson family of Mr. L. M. Mizeli:

of white orchids. with a white lace cloth over .. : attended the State Fair at Tampa wishes to express their heartfelt
The couple will make their f::: 4-H gratitude for the
lavender. An arrangement of last week end. Council continued pray-
home. in Live Oak. lavender and white mums in a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and< ers and many, many acts of kind-
crystal container was on one end children Brenda and Ronnie of Holds MeetingThe ness during the recent illness and
: p7L II, ''y n re ,1 Wellborn dinner guests of passing of his wife and mother
of the table with the crystal were Suwannee County 4-H our -
Royal Service punch bowl of green punch at the Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith last Council met January 28. The devotional Mrs. L. M. Mizell. Our special

l Met other. Camellias and greenery en- week. was given by Charlene thanks to Dr. Sototongo. Dr, Had
MondayThe circled the bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClamma Suggs with pledges to the flags den her special nurses, the hospital -
W.M.U. Royal Service of and children, Jeanie Larry staff and to Rev. Brabhamand
The gift table was covered witha .... :..: led by Mervin Libby and Charlie
the First Baptist Church met directly : v. '. and Margaret, visited Mrs. Mc- Warren Hunter. the Youth Department of the
white open work linen cloth -
Monday afternoon for their regu- behind this table was an Air. and Mrs. Barnes West of Hastings'are announcing the marriage Clamma's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenda Haas reported on the Sunday School.
lar program and business meeting Elmer Brown in Lake City Satur- booth at the L. M. Mizeli, Wesley Mizeli
county fair. LeTrell
arrangement of camellias centered of their daughter, Mary Michele,to Forrest Ordale. BradburyJr.
which was presided over by Mrs.G. Margaret Gangs Helen
day. Ezell and Cannon
with a miniature bride and .. son ofl\lr. and Mrs. Forrest O. Bradbury Sr., of St. Augustine. Marvin Libby reportedon
.The A. Lee president."Witnessing To groom. On the piano was another The wedding took place in Blackshear Ga., on April twenty- the county 4-H Achievement

The Oriental program American", was given floral design. second, 1961. Garden Club Board Banquet.A representative. from each 4-H FOR SEAFOODS THE FRESHEST

Mrs by; J.the M.Ann Dees Parham chairman Circle,with in and Open mints face were sandwiches served with nuts the I I Meeting Held TuesdayThe Club made a report on the medals i Mack's Fish MarketPine
were to
charge.. punch to the 35 guests present. TEL Sunday School I Workshop To Be board meeting of the Live money making sell as their Are. I,
Oak Garden Club Inc., was held Freshness and
Quality Assured
Mrs. Leon McDonald gave the A proposed date I \
devotional and Mrs. G. B. Dees Class Has MeetingThe Held In March Tuesday morning in the home of Rally was set for May 11. Phone FO 2-1650
Tela Louise BaxterMr. Mrs. John Castleberry. There were lI: "
Sr:; led in prayer. TEL Sunday School Classof The Live Oak Garden Club
Guest.speaker Mrs. Wiley Ger- and Mrs. James C. Baxter the First Baptist Church met Inc., announces flower arrangement eleven members present.

rell, missionary was introducedby Jr. of Perry announce the birthof Thursday evening, Feb. 7. in the work shop no. 2, "Color Mrs. George Allen president. CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
Mrs. J. M. Dees. a daughter, Tuesday Feb. 5, home of Mrs. Annie Wilhelm for And Line. Two Important Ele presided over the meeting.The
A duet "Who So Ever Will", was in the Doctors Memorial Hospitalin their regular class meeting and ments", March 26 and 27 from flower show chairman Mrs. ENGINEERSFOR
sung by .Mr;. John Porter and Perry. covered dish supper. There were 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., at the) Gar- Niels Brorsen, gave the schedulefor LP OR NATURAL GAS
the flower show that will be
Mrs. Rochelle Gordon. I She has been named Tela Lou- sixteen members present. den Center. Mrs. Jack White We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw
During the short business meeting ise. Baxter. Mrs. Margaret Aiken, president will again be the instructor.The held April 18. blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
a report was given by the Mrs. Baxter is the former Miss presided over the meeting. series of workshops are Mrs. ODonald Hatch announced for LP and Natural Gas.
general treasurer and the minu- Betty Ann Snipes daughter of Mr. :Mrs. Wilhelm gave the devo- open to the public. For reserva- that Mrs. Jack White would We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the
tes of the 'previous meeting ap and Mrs. Shelby Snipes of Live tional taken from n Timothy followed tion and information call Mrs. have a workshop in color March customer prefers.
proved. 26-27. Proceeds from the work- OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS
Oak. by a poem and prayer. O'Donald Hatch FO 2-1157.
The Mary Catherine Adams Mr. Baxter is the son of Mr. Mrs. Jimmy Dees teacher of shop will be divided between the
Circle served refreshments during and Mrs. J. C. Baxter Sr., also of the class dismissed the meeting odist Garden Church.Club and the First Meth- W. C. COPELAND JR.
the social hour. ,
Live Oak. with
prayer. Mrs. Govan Smith
Mrs. Phil Townsend, chairmanof HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
the Redbud Circle presentedthe
Shower HonoreeMrs.

KBR::1 : A. L. "Aubrey" Circles Of Garden Govan Smith was honored Mrs.names Ord Green of Mrs.and S.Mrs.L. Hadden Donald::

Club Will MeetThe with a stork shower Thursday Townsend and they were voted
evening in the Social Hall of the into the Garden Club as mem-
: SPREADER SERVICE circles of the Live Oak Westwood Baptist Church. Mem- bers of the Redbud Circle.
Garden Club Inc., will meet Friday bers of the Young Adults Sunday .

; 'WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS"Fast afternoon at 3:30.: School Class of the church were Penne Arleen Skeen
The Azalea Circle will meet hostesses for the shower. ,'
: and Courteous Service with Mrs. R. L. Chauncey Sr.. the The refreshment table was ov- Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Skeen
Camellia Circle with Mrs. W. L. erlaid with a green cloth and held of this city announce the birthof LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271 Groover and the Dogwood Circle an arrangement of shaded yellow a daughter. Wednesday Febru- Phone FOrest 2-3111

McALPIN, FLORIDA will meet in the Blue Room at the roses and ivy carrying out the ary 6, at the Suwannee County Adults Tax SOC! Included Children 20c
Hospital. She has been
I Suwannee. Hotel. green and yellow color scheme. BOX OFFICE OPENS
K Near Harrell's. Store on Mayo Road The Redbud Circle will meet at Trays of cookies and compotes of Penne Arleen Skeen.. Monday Through Friday 3:15

the Garden Center. yellow and green mints were Saturday 12:45
I placed on the table. Card Of ThanksWe Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night

( The table holding the shower want to thank all of our
Iii : gifts was also overlaid with a friends for the food flowers and THURSDAY-FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14-15
green cloth. cards and for the comfort and

,. You Are Games were enjoyed during the sympathy we received from you
Invited ,-' PAUL NEWMAN
;. evening. during the recent illness and GERALDINE PAGE

!i'::i!; : i .. r .; ::" There were eighteen guests death of our loved one. In
:: present for the occasion. The family of G. L. Gray
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west "A New Day In Corn" will be shown. Strong as a tiger! No 3-plow tractor TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19-20

outworks this MF 35 diesel with

REFRESHMENTS_will be served following. the meeting.. Multi-Power and Ferguson System! DOUBLE FEATURE ,

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I member Men's Glee Club, singing trogen which is the
livestock Buying Hits Rock Bottom In Market ActionThe sprayed over
Ministers9 Column
County ambassadors of good will, will appear truck contents cooling them down
in the Suwannee
The bottom dropped out of Calves over 25Q pounds: Goods Most sows ranged from $11.35- School Auditorium night High quickly. *
livestock trading Wednesday, Feb. brought 2025.25 and a few $12.40 with boars bringing $8. Tuesday
with Live Oak's
6, at the Suwannee Valley Livestock commons and mediums sold for Medium and low-good feeder own William The Economic Research Service
Pastor's CornerBy Market. 19252075. pigs under 100 pounds sold from star(Billy performers.) Dean billed as one of their of the U. S. Department of Agri-

Cattle and calf trading sub- Calves weighing between 150- mostly $12. 0-13.75 with a few culture suggests that incorporating -

The merged to 86 compared with 157 250 pounds: A few inferiors and down to $10. Commons under 90 the family farm may be a wfee

REV. J. W. BAILLIE sold during the previous week commons brought $18.75-$22.75. pounds brought mostly 810. No. 2 move.
Pastor Westwood Baptist Church while hog-trading fell to 410 sold, Hog Sales InNewbern When a farmer incorporates his
Mixed grades of 180-210 pound crease in slaughter of fed kinds farm operation, he can limit debt
the lowest quantity moved at the
The Rich Young Ruler come to ances, honest with God in their
then. Slaughter weights at that liability and still
barrows and gilts brought $14.98 manage his own
Jesus and asked what he might time, honest with God with their market in quite some time. Trains time are expected to run heavier. business. the Service
210-240 pounds $15.07, 240.270 points out.
C. Avery of the Florida
do to be saved, Jesus with talents.
One western roundup of cattle Articles of
r pounds $14.10, 160-180 pounds incorporation must be
the usual requirements of the law. People don't tithe today because State Marketing Bureau reported
information reports that cattle on drawn and filed with the
they are afraid that theycan't that trading was active and demand $13.76 120-140 pounds $13.10 For Tank CrewPvt. up proper
Tliis reply gave the young man good for all classes even 100-120 pounds $13.05, and 80-100 feed on January 1 "could easily legal authorities. Records must
so much relief that he asked, "Is live on what is left. They pounds $12.50.Suwannee. exceed 8% million head for the be kept and audited each year.
that all?" will not be able to have the things with some price declines. Jerry W. Newbern, son of 26 major feeding states, about I There may be tax advantages,
much desire within their According to Avery, slaughter Mr. and Mrs.. Jesse I. Newbern
10 per cent more than a also but the
"Not quite the Master replied, yearago" chief value of incorporation -
world. steers were weak to one dollar 4 currently is
own little selfish They are Route Live Oak is in
"you must sell DemocratSubscriptions making it pos
afraid that they will not be able lower than usual. Stocker heifers undergoing basic unit armor .
all that you"have sible for farm families'to share
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to keep up with the Joneses. and cows were weak to 50 cents training in Company F of the 1st
take up-;' Missouri wants to start a sugar equally in an estate without dividing -
lower. All other classes, both
We steal from God because we Training Brigade's 5th Battalionat
your cross and ; industry. Eleven counties are or selling the farm busi-
cowards, little realizing that slaughter and stocker, were few the U. S. Army Training Cen-
follow Me." | :' are planning for 1,000 acres to be ness. By giving his family shares
N he said.
will in court, and the or ter in Fort Knox, Ky.
see us
To the Rich y Here is a list of new subscrip- planted to sugar beets. Accord- of stock, the farmer can pass on
court of God is no small matter. Standard slaughter steers tions and subscriptions renewed to As a tank crewman he will par- the operation intact
to to
Young Ruler\ ing the Missouri Departmentof a son who
these were hard} ;.. We steal a life from God just brought $18.75-$22 per hundred the Suwannee Democrat from ticipate in section and platoon Agriculture, test planting results wants to stay on the land, while
( .. and
pounds, utility slaughter
I the man did because we, level tactical problems.The .
words. So much! "" as young February 1 to February 8. have been good enough to giving to other heirs a fair shareof
steers for One
like this man, are cowards. We are sold $17.7518.50. 18-year-old soldier entered
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSMrs. obtain the income from the
so, that he turned a commitment from a farm.
afraid to trust Jesus our Sav- high-utility heifer sold for $18. the last August and com-
away saddened H. J. Ring, Shakopee, Army processing concern to handle 1963 So, if there develops a big
and walked iour because of what our friends Utility cows brought. $15.50- Minn. pleted basic combat training at production.The growth in the number of farm
because of how it $18.25 with high-canners and Cut- Fort Jackson, S. C. I
might ,
out of the life of Jesus and his- say Andy Ferrara, Ft. Lauderdale Missouri area has no allot- corporations don't jump to the
effect in the business ters bringing $13$15.75.Highutility Newbern from Su
tory for ever. There is not one might us and lowcommercial Shelby Moore, Branford graduated ment yet, but officials hope to get conclusion that farming is passing -
word, afraid that we might have Powell Philpot, Branford wannee High School in 1962. into the
In busi
little thing mentioned of him af- one. the meantime plantings "big
bulls brought $18.25$18.75.Calves .
ter that, he lost all. to stop some of our pet sins. This Edward Jordan, Rt., L. O. will be listed as "experimental". ness" and absentee ownership.
we could not stand, so we, through I were absent Avery con- RENEWEDM. *
If we examine history closely tinued. SUBSCRIPTIONS
cowardice hang on to them. ; No.1
I believe that we will find him Good feeder-stocker steers E. Barber, O'BrienJ. In the field of chemicals, I note
What would you think of an will be errected as soon as they PINE TIMBER
right on every page. Dante Ali- traded at $20.25-$23.75, mediums : W. Hayes, McAlpin that one firm is marketing equip-
airplane pilot, with a precious
arrive, C. O. Palmer, Jaycee president -
'' I Harold Landen, Rt. L. O. ment for greenhouse operators to WANTED
gheri, as he wrote Inferno brought on board, that would taxi brought $18.25-$20.75, and a few
{ him to light. cargo commons sold at $16.50$17.50.Medium Suwannee Valley Electric Coop., announced. give their plants a "booster" of
to the end of the runway, receive carbon dioxide. ALL KINDS
Dante said, "I saw the shadowof the light from the tower, and low-good heifers L. O. "Atmospheric fer
green Margie Beth Airth, daughter of
L. C. Terry, O'Brien tilization", they call it, and it
him, who through cowardice, pull the throttle wide open and brought 1719.75 with commons Branford State Bank Branford Mr. and Mrs. George Airth, told works for plants and vegetableslike LOGS POLES
made the world's most historic refusal" down the until he bringing $14.75$17.75.Medium .
go runway members of the Live Oak Lions
Mrs. Ada Connor, Lake City bottled oxygen helps humans.
cows brought $17.$18.25 .- PULPWOODW.
reached air speed, then become
Mrs. Julia Hawkins, Wellborn I Club here Monday night that early Also, I was told about a new
Dante referred sold for $13.75$17.75 .-
to him in two afraid to pull back on the stick commons settlers of America followed
ways: First, he said that he was a and run off the end of the runway inferiors traded at $10-$14.25, T. L. Andrews, Wellborn I I George Washington because of his method of protection against C. DEMPSEYP.
Oswald Gornto, Perry damage to perishables if the cool- .
low-medium cow-calf
coward. You know, I believe that crashing and destroying the and one
unselfishness. The high school
Mrs. Eula C. Davis, O'BrienC. ing system breaks down in a refrigerated -
this was true. He was afraid to precious cargo? pair brought $19.75. H. Terry, O'BrienA. student held the group's attention -.I truck. Should the tem O. Box 628
admit that his possessions were Listen to me my friends, thatis throughout her address. LIVE OAK FLORIDA
him D. Ramis, L. O. perature start to rise, a thermo- ,
given by God that in reality what doing if have
you are you through cowardice made theworld's Ralph N. Carroll, Rt. L. O. static control releases liquid ni-
he did not have
a thing in ths not accepted Jesus Sav-
as your most historical refusal. Mrs. Mary Holland Luneburg, Leonard Cobb, assistant county
world that he could call his. God ior, you are on the runway of time Yes, my friend, you will crash at L. o. agent and the Suwannee County

held title to all of his riches, yea, with a very precious cargo on the end of the runway of time. J. J. English Rt., L. O. 4-H livestock judging team will be
his very life. We find him every board, life. God has insuredit
your The second thing that Dante J. D. Sasser, Rt. L. O. in Tampa today competing with FREE
where we go today. The shadow of with the Blood of Christ. If ,
said about this man was that he Mrs. S. E. Hill, BranfordMrs. 38 teams from all over Florida for 24-HOUR
him darkens the world in whichwe through cowardice, you don't pull had made the world's most his- H. M. Frier, JasperJ. state honors. t OXYGEN
live. People that are afraid to back on the stick of relief, you torical refusal. Just think about Paul Ogden. Lake City EQUIPPED

be honest with God in their fin I will be the shadow of him who that! I am sure that if the pilot Mrs. N. H. Avery, McAlpinR. Extensive renovation and improvements : < Ambulance Service

that we spoke of above should refuse B. Fletcher McAlpin to facilities and its
to take off and crash, it banking house will begin shortlyat
Donald E. Pitts, Valdosta, Ga.
SEE Phone FO 2-3333
ME IN 63 FOR ALL YOUR would become a matter of history. Mrs. Clifford Shank, Washington the First National Bank, Presi-

BUILDING NEEDS It would make every newspaper in Ga. dent P. C. Crapps Jr. and Vice ; ;

the world, the TV and radio would Jack Kennedy, O'Brien President George Harmony an- 1J

PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. all carry pictures of it and tell of Lutch Oldham, Hartsville, Tenn. nounced this week. ; -

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESWe the man who was afraid to take W. S. Lamb, PerryR.
D. Brannon, WellbornMrs. Duke University's famed 42- JAMES B. DANIELS

Make All Aluminum Screens To Order off.God's great word carries the Lula Cadow, Rt., L. O. FUNERAL HOME

story of this young man, and has A. B. Townsend, Rt., L. O.
carried it for a long time. Etern- Hugh Lewis, L. O. 1)5 East Howard St. I- A

Langford Builders Supply ity will carry the story of all the J. C. Copeland, WellbornD. 1oto J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. S

rest that are afraid to take off. S. McLeod Jr., Rt., L. O.
I East Helvenston Street FO 2-2873' Please don't become the shadowof T. W. Fielding, McAlpin S. C. BASS, JR. OBSEIZ'ElZ

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA him who made the world's most Louie Fortner, Rt., L. O. t k 666 EMERT POTEET

historical refusal. Hal W. Adams, Mayo

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forfeited $15 and $4 costs; J. B. strels. Bully Helvenston and LeRoy IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Cigarette Taxes Florid Power Sets THIRD JUDICIAL IN AND
Advent Christian Suwannee High Wilson, colored, forfeited $15 and McDaniel will be on hand for FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY', FLOR

Net City $5,107The 'Electric Week' Rites $4 costs. their usual humorous antics and IDA.A. ROSE. IN CHANCERYMARY 0

Minister To Be City of Live Oak will Students NamedTo Florida Power Corporation will story telling and newcomer. Leon Plaintiff

receive $5,107 from the stateas hold an open house Friday, Feb. No.2 Wooley, proves their equal.A DAVID R. ROSE.

its share of cigarette taxes 15 from 2 to 5 p.m. and Sunday .radio hook up with all these agen- parade down the auditorium Defendant.
Installed SundayA collected in December, the State Honor Roll Feb.: 17 from 1:30 to 4:30 pjn. at aisles to the tune of Suwannee by IN THE OF NAME THE AND STATE BY OF THE FLORIDA AUTHORITY :

Beverage Department announced Haville in observance of National I cies.In addition, the bureau publishes the band decked out in their new TO: DAVID R. ROSE. Baptist Hospital
Sixty-three Suwannee High West Point style uniforms will oaf CofemMa, 0I Iumbia. Sonth CarO-
Friday. Electric Week: pertinent information in its biweekly .
formal service of installationfor The state collected approxi- School students from the top four The public is invited. bulletin which is sent to climax the show. A sworn Bill of Complaint having
the new pastor of the AdventChr1.st1an million durinthe grades have been named to theschool's Ben Gilmore president of the been filed in this Court against you the
mately $3
NelsonB state and local officials. rehef therein ....lIIt being divorce You
Church, the Rev. month. Qualified municipalities honor roll for the third Morris cited an instance in Su Band Parents Association, expressed are required t* answer said Complaint
Melvin, will be held at 3 pjn. will receive million while grading period, school officials appreciation to Randy on or before March 8, ItM famishing
Feb. 17. wannee County a few years ago to W. J. Wtebnrn Jr.. Live Oak Florida.
at the church Sunday. $750,000 is slated for the gen- announced. BeachvilleFuneral in which the bureau was instru- Hal and all participants in stag- Plaintiffs attorney n cony thereof else
The Rev. Joyce K.- Thomas, eral revenue fund. Seniors cited for honors were mental in solving.He ing this show, proceeds of which against Decree yon.WITNESS Pro. Confess* wit be entered

president of the Florida Confer- Nearby Lake City received Carol Adams, Martha Jean Allen referred to the rash of safe- will go towards payment of the ray hand and the official
ence of Advent Christian Churches Sharon Bird, Gerald Brim Glen- uniforms. seal of tide Osrt at Live Oak. Florida
$8,502; Jasper $1,970; Madison, services for Uncle Bob cracking and major burglaries that new this the 6th day of FeVraary, m'.
will give the installation serm $3,017; Branford, $644; andl1a1o da Brim, Connie Cannon, Linda Atwell 91, of St. Augustine were struck North Florida and Georgia.He Tickets can be obtained from (SEAL)

on. Rev. Travis A. Carter of Jasper received $737.Community. Carter, Donna Chastain, Willie held here Sunday afternoon, two said that 14 such crimes occurred members of the Band Parents Association Lavavgha Clerk A. Sessions

former pastor of the church, Mae Dees, Franklin Flowers, Bon- years after his wife passed away. in this county.He or your favorite downtown ".41
will deliver the installation prayer. nie Golden Candy Hampton store. will also be
Rev. Marvin Odom was in chargeof explained that these burg- They IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Rev. Robert L. Peterson, DD. Clubs Sharon Hart, Jeanette Hingson, available at the door. THIRD
the services. Uncle Bob, as he laries were being done by an organized CIRCUIT OF
of Dowling Park, will read the installation Jean Hitt Jewell McCall Bill FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN-
was known lived near here until ring of professionals. Mrs. Dave Austin and Mrs. B. A. NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
ritual and the chargeto Set To Discuss Townsend, Joanna Tsacrios. Rus- the death of his wife, after whichhe Morris worked closely with Su Swing are in charge of the ticket DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF

the pastor and people. sell Wadsworth, Pat Wooley, and went to live with his son and wannee County officials in curb- committee. Mrs. N. H. Brorsen is MAUDE R. RODGERS.PlaintiffJIMMIE

Mayor J. Marvin Phillips will Gayle Wynn. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ing this menace, he said. in charge of costumes; E. K. VII.

bring welcome and greetings from Livestock ProjectANTIOCH Juniors named to the scroll Harold Atwell, in St. Augustine.He "About 98 per cent of these Hamilton, sound; Jim Shields L. RODGBRS Defendant

the city. Rev. John Hutcherson, i were Rose Bass. Bobbi Brabham, left two daughters, three sons burglaries have been cleared because stage; Mrs. Harry Grant and Mrs. TO: Jimmie L......... whose last

president of the Ministerial Association Stassen Brim, Sheryl Folsom, Ma- and a number of grandchildren.Burial of the fine conscientiouswork John Hampton, make-up; Earl known Georgia.address. Fort Gordon.

will speak for the min- The monthly meeting of the ry Mosely Green, Dorothy Har- was in Santa Fe Cemetery.Rev. of your sheriff" he told the Wooley, lights; Mrs. Marilynn You are hereby notified that a Com

isters of the city and county. Oth- Antioch Community ImprovementClub rell, Wayne Howard Alice Faye and Mrs. Clarence Kirbyof group. Bird, choreorgraphy; John Hunter plaint the above for named a divorce Cart...and been filed in

ers will bring greetings from Various will be held on Thursday, Jenkins, Leslie Kirby, Paul Mc- Charlotte, N. C.. were speakers The speaker was introduced to ushers; M. J. Kirby and Ma- to serve a copy of your yu Answeror are reQuired -

auxiliaries of the church and Feb. 14, at 7:30 pin. at the Com- Cook, Lamar Nash, Willard Pat- here Sunday night. Rev. Kirby the club by Sheriff Hugh Lewis. hone Rees, programs; and Mrs. Plaintiffs Pleading to Attorney the CosaplahU Wm. upon Randall the

from the region and denomina- munity Center.A terson, LaNelle Phillips, Larry has been Secretary of the Ameri- John Hampton and Mrs. H. M. Slaughter P. O. Box .... Live Oak.
covered dish will be Touchton, Harry Vann Lena Howard, publicity. Florida and file the original in the office -
tion.The supper can Advent Mission Society fora No. 3popular of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
new pastor, Rev. Nelson B. served prior to the program and Walker, and Ronald Williams. number of years and showed I Members of the cast and their on or before the Iftth day of March
,Melvin, and his family arrived in The 15 figures, Kelly Weaver is will be A. D. 1111. If yon are to contest the
business meeting.An Sophomores listed on slides of the mission work in Japan guests entertained by the
same otherwise the
, known in all parts of this section. allegations of the
Live Oak two weeks ago and he important subject to the the honor roll were John Alford, Indian, Malaya, and the Band Parents Association Friday Complaint will be taken as confessed by
His love of Suwannee County, its
began his ministry with the citizens of Suwannee County Jay Bryan Dave Chandler, Rich- Philippines.Rev. evening following the last per- you.Done and
people and their aims and idealsis ordered w Live Oak. Su
church on Jan. 27., For the past "Livestock Promotion", will be ard Collins Walter Duncan, Jim- Marvin Odom filled his formance. wanaee Covnty Florida this 12th day
eight years Rev. Melvin has servedas discussed. mie Ellis Lee Harvard Martha appointment at the Mikesville intense. Mrs. N. H. Brorsen is in chargeof of(SEAL Fehreary. A. D. 1MI.
is the '16th to be )
Weaver man
pastor of the Aurora, HI., Ad- President Laure B. Roberson Hicks Martha Ray Keeling, Paul Church Sunday.We the party arrangements.LEGAL Lavnnehn A. Sessions
vent Christian Church and the selected for the honor. The pro- Clerk of
as Circa
all members and ette Nash, Harriet Nobles Virgil to learn Court
urged persons are sorry that Mrs.
in Su
Aurora College chaplain.A ject was begun 1947 by the NOTICE Coanty. Florida
interested to be present and par- Page, Elaine Smith Rebecca Tur- M. M. Tidwell is on the sick list Democrat to homageto Notice is hereby given to all persons 46.48ua.aaaaaa.aa
reception for the new pastor ticipate in this discusSion.PHILADELPHIA man, and Johnny Wooley. now but trust she will soon be wannee pay whom it may concern that I will not be .
of this responsible for
and his family will follow the the fine citizens county any obligations incurred aassaaa.saasa.aaal
Ten ninth grade students were much better. by anyone except myself or by Ned Dd e- :
dedicatory service. named to_the list. They were Tom- Mrs. W. H. Tidwell was a busi- who go about the civic business gal as my Attorney in Fact. FOR YOUR :
The monthly meeting of the making this a better place in Marvin P. (Mickey) Delegal
Im- mye D. Collins Janis Freeman, ness visitor in Lake City Friday.Mr. which to live.Selected 40-43 TREE TRIMMING & :
Philadelphia Community Harvey Gilmore, Phyllis Howland, : and Mrs. Clyde Odom and :
will be held for the honor in former NOTICEThe TREE REMOVAL :
2 County Students provement Club on Lynda Greene, Marjorie Dees Mrs. Otis Odom were business Board of Public Instruction of
7:30 at years were Fred J. Green, 1946; Suwannee TRENCHING OR :
Monday, Feb. 18, at pjn. Carolyn Nott, Jackie Ratliff, Hal visitors in Lake City Friday. County Florida will receive
Center.A T. J. Fletcher Sr., 1947; T. T. sealed bids for the rent of .5 acres of tobacco : DITCHING
the Community Sahlman and Jacaueline Yancey.'Radio' The Beachville W. H. and F. M. for the 1963 year. All bids submitted ;
Named To Vie For 1948 Seward Fleet 1949
covered dish supper will be met at the church Friday after- ; ; should be sealed and will be opened -
served to the and the late Rees Mills 1951; Louis J. in the office of the Superintendent CALL
prior program
The devotional in the Agricultural
noon. was given Building on Pine
business meeting. Day, 1952; J. D. Henry, 1953; Street in Live Oak, Florida, on Tuesday.
Homemaker AwardTwo by Mrs. G. C. Cannon and Mrs.
Minister Flood
There will be an important discussion Mike Tsacrios, 1954; Louie C. March 5, 1963.
0.. D. Beach. We had a good meet- Full payment will be due from the
on "Livestock Promotion". Wadsworth. 1955; Alfred T. Airth, successful bidder at the time of the opening Construction Co.
Suwannee County high ing. 1956 Loran 1957 J. L. bids. The Board the
; Terry, ; reserves
school girls have been named local President Monroe Boatright urgedall Slated To SpeakHilisborough right to reject all bids.Everett.
members to make a special ef_ McMullen, 1958; Duke McCallister L. Williamson : FO 2-2101 '
winners in the 1963 Betty
1959 Paul D. 1960 Superintendent .
Crocker Search for the Homemaker fort to be present. At No. 1 and, Ed N.; Butler, 1961. ; 40-41

of Tommorrow. McALPINThe In other cases before the court, No individual was selected in

They are Patricia M. Wooley of monthly meeting of the I Rev. Richard DeHaan associate G. R. Walder, charged with reck- 1950 when several individualswere

Live Oak who attends Suwannee McAlpin Community Improvement i teacher of the Radio Bible School less driving forfeited a $15 bond; cited for community endeav- A Thought For TodayBy
High School and Linda Keith 0 Club will be held Tues- Homer Dees
on Class, American Broadcasting arrested for driving
Hudson who attends Branford day, Feb. 19, at 7:30 pjn. at the Company radio, is slated to speakat while intoxicated and with no or.No. M BRODY c. HARRIS

High School. Both girls will be McAlpin School. the Hillsborough Chapel near, drivers license, was continued for 4

eligible to compete for one of 102 President Johnny Goff urges all Wellborn on Monday.Rev. 'further. investigation. "EVERY MAN HAS THREE CHARACTERSTHAT -
scholarships totaling 110000. cake walk add an additional sparkof WHICH HE EXHIBITS, THAT WHICH HE
members to be present and par- DeHaan conducts a daily Homer Ratliff, charged with
Each girl ranked first in her zest. 4 v HAS, AND THAT WHICH HE THINKS HE
ticipate in an important discus- speeding, received a $15 fine that
radio program from coast to "
school in the knowledge and attitude Favorites from previous min- HAS. . Alphonse Karr.
sion on "Livestock Promotion". coast each week Monday through was suspended. It was his first
test given senior girls Dec. Refreshments will be served. Friday. appearance in the-court.H Wit. Ii To a great extent, this saying is true. Often

4. Her paper has been entered in The Hillsborough Chapel is located .D. Allen forfeited a $15 bond I y our outside actions and spoken beliefs are largely

competition with those of other Session Set approximately one and a and $4 costs; R. L. Phillips for- AKC REGISTERED dictated by the limits of convention. We say and
State high school winners for Training CHIHUAHUASFOR do certain things simply because to do otherwise
feited $15 and $4 costs Pete Law-
half miles east of Wellborn,on ; '
state-wide honors. SALE might be contrary to accepted standards of be-
For ContestThe
Judging son forfeited and costs
Highway 90. $15 $2 ; havior.
Then again we might depart from these
The State
Homemaker of To- Male & Female
first training session for The public is invited.Boatright Ben Cole, colored, charged with accepted standards all the while rationalizing our
morrow will be named in the the annual land judging contest public drunkenness, fined $15 and Call FO 2-2796 actions as being worthy and honorable in a parti-
spring. She will receive a $1,500 sponsored by the Kiwanis Club $6 costs; Willie B. Ware, colored cular instance.At .
scholarship from General Mills, Feb. 15.
will be held Friday To Head
sponsor of the program. A $500( Soil Conservation Service Tech- any rate, character can be a rather mercurial thing, change-
award'will be made to the second nicians John Hampton and Rus- able, vacillating, and sometimes unpredictable, ae befits the whimof
highest ranking Homemaker of State-Wide a person who looks upon character as a wardrobe, something to
Soils Scientist
sell Parsons and
Tomorrow in the state. The schoolof GroupOneal be changed to fit the dictates of the moment.
Bill Hazon will meet with the vocational -
each state winner will MONEY AVAILABLEWe
agriculture students and Boatright, owner

set of Encyclopedia Britannica. discuss the principles of land operator of the Suwannee Valley For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remem-
judging. Several sites have been and Lafayette County Livestock
ber we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to
selected and a portion of the Markets, was elected president of have money available for repairing, adding to,
We have always given this service in
USE you. our area
training will consist of actually the Florida Association of Live-
judging those sites. The county stock Markets Inc., at the associ- or completely building your home. If you plan on FREE of charge.SUWANNEE.

contest has been scheduled for ation's annual meeting in Tampa
FUCO either, then don't hesitate to call on us. Our loans
Friday, Mar. 8. Friday and Saturday.

Three FFA teams representingeach Elected to serve with him dur- can save you money. FUNERAL HOME
Brand of the chapters in the coun- ing the coming year were Gilbert

ty and one 4-H team are expected Tucker, vice president, associated
InsecticideFOR to participate. The winning teams with the Cattleman's livestock Our Services Include LOANS For
will compete in the state contestat Market of Lakeland, and Bob Licensed Funeral Director

Gainesville Mar. 29. Coaty, publisher of "The Florida PURCHASE OF HOMES AND FARMS 625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone FO 2-1746

State winners in both the 4-H Cattleman" magazine in Kissim- REFINANCE OF EXISTING MORTGAGES LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

BEST RESULTS and FFA will earn a trip to Okla- mee. O CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOMES
homa and the right to represent REPAIRS & ADDITIONS ON EXISTING HOMES

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