Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
February 21, 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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Chamber Names Nou Crews Named Outstanding Young Man

( THINKING First VicePresidentThe Chamber To Sponso'r5Year

t OUT LOUD Board of Directors of the
Chamber of Commerce Tues-
With Loue C. Wadsworth day elected A. P. Nott, a vice 7xg
president of the First National
Livestock PlanCouncil
Good choice. Bank first vice-president of
the chamber.
Selection of Kelly Weaver as
Nott will fill the unexpiredterm
Suwannee County Man of the
vacated by Herbert R.
Year for 1962 is a fitting tributeto
Wadsworth Jr., former editor of Fund Goal Nears
one whose work with the Su Citizens Urged To
Democrat who recently ,
the Suwannee Requests
County Hospital has been
accepted the position of Enter Slogan Contest
particularly outstanding. It was
my privilege to serve with Kelly administrative to CongressmanDon County Funds For Suwannee County residents Board Launches
on the hospital board for eight Fuqua in Washington.In are invited to submit slogan entries -
years and I know first hand the addition the directors { for the Chamber of Com- ContestThe
he named L. M. Crews Jr., memberof sponsored Livestock Promotion Slogan
vast amount of responsibility Paving Projects merce
Board of Public Instruc-
shouldered willingly and earnestlyfor the Program. proposed livestock
the trustees. tion, to serve Nott's unexpiredterm The chamber's Board of Directors -
second vicepresidentof w The city council Tuesday, promotion project has be-
voted to
Tuesday accept
During the two building projects
board.Auction. Feb. 12 resolved "that the come a reality.
the ,
undertaken by the board in those entries for the slogan and pay
a commission in accord- The Chamber of Commerce
county -
eight years the supervision that the winner of the contest $25.
Weaver gave made it unnecces- Prizes ance with previous agree- Entries should be addressed Board of Directors
sary for the board to hire a clerk ments should include certain "Slogan Contest" and mailed to Tuesday heard reports from

of the works as was the case when Y roads in Live Oak" in its P. O. Box 662, Live Oak, or its Livestock Promotion fund-
the original section was built. Free Show Set secondary road paving pro- brought by the Chamber of raising committee that 5-

1 Kelly received no compensationfor jects. Commerce Building. year pledges had surpassed
this constant supervision and March 9 The county commission previously Slogans entered in the con the half-way point and voted
the high quality work due in large two test should be brief and catchy,
agreed to designate the
officially pro-
measure to the vigilant mannerin and they should express in a sponsor
; Twenty-three Live Oak mer- paving projects in the city at nutshell the goal of this gram.
which he was on top of the job. pro-
His work in other fields has also chants will participate in a new the upcoming district State Road gram promoting a bigger and "We have met with considerable -
been beneficial to the countyhe promotion idea called Auction .t .ups Department meeting to be held in better livestock industry in Su- success on the current u restock -

loves so well and his selection Dollar Days from March 1-9 that -H-- Lake City. wannee County. goal" Lamar Hancock,
follows the pattern established will feature lower prices, a free i The two projects are the pav- Sketches or drawings of an chairman of the chamber's agriculture -
t that persons are selected not only show at the Courthouse and prizes a ing of Suwannee Avenue from insignia or "picture theme" as committee said.It ADdVie
t on their contribution during a exchan ed for stage money. County Agent Paul Crews and Ronald Green, local Jaycee Parshley Street to 11th Street well as words are desired. expect to reach the $6,900 per

single year but also on the way The merchants participating in president, exhibit the plaque awarded to Crews by the State Junior and paving Court Street from The winner of the slogan contest year mark in pledges in the nest
they have through the years gone the program will give their customers Chamber of Commerce. Dowling Avenue to White Ave- .will be announced on March few days."
about this business of good citi one dollar in stage money nue. These paving projects wouldbe 26. The slogan selected will appear Hancock explained that the

zenship. for every dollar spent toward complete with curbs gutters, in store window displays, top prize to be awarded by the

purchases in their stores. Among Top Five and sidewalks.The car bumpers and windshields, program had been changed from
Directors of the Suwannee Coun- : Customers who receive this council further requestedthe and any other conspicuous spot the previously suggested $1,000 to

ty Chamber of Commerce gave stage money will be invited to county board to add three in the county. 1500. The second prise has been
the go ahead to the livestock pro- bid on prizes at a "stage money" State Junior Chamber Picks more paving projects to the The directors stressed that set at $1,000, and the third prize

motion program being spear- auction on March 9. The prizes, agreed upon list. These includethe this program slated to pump at $500. The balance of the prise
} headed by county Commissioner donated by the merchants will Crews As ManPaul paving of Suwannee Avenue $25,000 into livestock improve- money will be distributed in $100
Lamar Hancock with able assis- be displayed in a public place Outstanding from 11th Street to the Pine View ment in the coming five years- parcels to farmers until it is disbursed -
r tance from County Agent Paul during Auction Dollar Days. School, paving Walker Avenue is a county-wide project that all ,'he said.
Crews. Hancock is a director of The 9-day promotion projectwill Crews, Suwannee County agricultural agent, from Howard Street to 11th Suwannee citizens can boost and Rather than awarding these

the chamber and heads the com- be capped by a big magic was named one of the five outstanding young men in Street and resurfacing Duval point to with pride in their ac- prizes in cash to farmers for improving -

mittee on agriculture.I show at the Courthouse late Saturday Florida by the State Junior Chamber of Commerce at its Street from Lee Avenue to Walker complishment. their pastures and stock

think the program now being afternoon. Following this Mid-Winter Conference in St. Augustine, Saturday, Feb. Avenue.In the money will be used to buy its
worked out to promote a strong free show the auction portion of 9. addition, the council pro- Resident Fined worth in purebred livestock of the
livestock industry in this coun- the dollar days will be held. Crews was selected on the bas- and developed over a four-month I posed that Duval Street be wid- farmers choice cattle or note
ty is one of the best undertakingthe Bid On Prizes is of his outstanding achieve- period through his leadership. ened from Georgia Avenue to and breed, i
county has ever launched for The more stage money you accumulate ments in civic church, and organizational Crews' community services are Hamilton Avenue_and from Ohio $100 In City .- ""County"Agent Pa1t! tMfts saM
the results could well exceed even ; the more valuable the work. / almost' too numerous to list. Avenue to the Atlantic Coast Line- that he will mail out appKeatioae

the most optimistic estimates. >rite you can. afford to bid on. During his tenure as county He has been a director of the Railroad crossing. Court For DWIMayor to farmers Friday. On that dar.
When we reach the time that on From all appearances a public agent. Crews has helped develop i Boys and Girls Committee of the Recreation CommitteeIn he will have forms and information -
the farms of this county there is auction in this city geared to Suwannee County into one of Kiwanis Club has served as Ag- other business the council J. Marvin Phillips in cit, available for farmers who
a well planned program for cattle stage money should be entertaining. North Florida's leading agricul- riculture Committee chairman appointed a committee to serve fined Homer Dee. drop by his office, he added.
'and swine we will see a steady and chairman. with the school board and county court Monday feel that half of the
You are invited to come tural sections. In accomplishingthis Farm Bureau program Oak and $4 costs for "We over
of Live $100
of this '
growth in the economy see the show and participate objective the 35yearoldagent Cattleman's Association program commission as a Citizens Recre- driving while intoxicated with ;a, livestock growers in Suwannee
county. As Florida grows in chairman and secretarytreasurer ation Advisory Committee. This will
in the action. has Injected leadership revoked license and sentenced him County participate activelyin
demand for quality meat productswill this commit- and Junior Chamber of Commerce group will work with other offi- this Hancock Mid.
The merchants sponsoring a wide range of county to 15 days in jail. program
continue to rise and a steady program are Worth's Eagles Gil- tees and made use of media services State Agriculture Com- cials toward helping provide recreation The suspended the Jai] "Most all of the farmers I
\t market for all we can producecan more's. Bottom Dollar DuPre's to promote an improved mittee chairman.In facilities for the county's term. mayor have talked to have expreaocd
found rather close at home.
be McCalls Carl's Department Store more substantial agriculture pro- addition he has served as colored citizens.A "That means if you get under considerable interest and enthusiasm
in the present day
To compete Sharpies Gibbs Co., Seward Fleet, gram. State Outstanding Young Farmer representative from the BMA the steering wheel again drunk 01 in the project.
must produce quality
market we Hunter's Bexall Drug Cheek's One of Crews' latest accom- Awards chairman. Fair Associa- Insurance Association appeared without a license you're going to The board also voted to initi-
of the
beef and pork for the day
housewife being satisfied with Drug Home Pharmacy Ross plishments is the highlyacclaimed tion director and secretary-treas- before the council and submitteda serve time" Mayor Phillips told ate a slogan contest for the pro
has long Jewelry. Live Oak Jewelry Frier's Livestock Promotion Program urer. University of Florida Alumni group insurance plan for city the defendant."I gram. Entries from all Suwannee
but the
anything We must improve our Music Co., Kirby's, Western Auto that has the full sponsorship of Association president and vice employees. The council voted to want you to realize the seriousness County residents are requestedand
passed.quality in order to reap top bene- Carl's Radio and TV, McCrim- the Chamber of'Commerce. president, Agricultural Council take the plan under advisement.The of this business he ad a $25 prize will be awardedto
mon's, Farmer's Hardware, This ambitious program to pro- secretary-treasurer Rural Areas council accepted the resig- ded. the winner.

fits.Corn production has risen con- Green's Fuel and Florida Power mote quality livestock in this Development Agricultural Com- nation of Herbert R. WadsworthNo. Dees told the court that his license The winner of this slogan con-

I stantly in Suwannee County in & Light. county was conceived by Crews (No. 2 Continued on Page 8)) ( 3 Continued on Page 8)) ; had been under revocationfor test will be announced at the

six years. After he was arrested quarterly meeting of the Cham-
recent years. To market this comas ---------
a cash crop fails to take ad- on this current charge, he ber of Commerce to which the
vantage of maximum results from was released on $90 bond. public will be invited. In addition
- the crop. Peanuts as swine feed Scouts Enjoy Overnight CampThe The mayor granted Dees'requestor to having a dinner and noted
has passed from the picture and a Friday deadline on the remaining speaker at this meeting the fina-
today the high return comes"' to $14 owed to the court. lized version of the promotion
the grower who feeds his corn to Charles Demps colored appeared project rules and projected results
animals. Live Oak Scout Troop Boy Scouts Set To Launch Arrowhead ExpeditionLive I before the court and plead will be explained.The .

Improved pastures better animals 368 week end before last guilty to reckless driving and causing directors voted to add to

1 full use of increased corn I spent a chilly night under an an accident. The youth had the current rules that farmers
production and good managementcan I overcast sky and took a collided with a parked car. winning the livestock awards who
and will result in a stable bicycle hike in search of b Demps informed the court that wish to convert this purebred'

livestock Industry that will place relics from an extinct civili- he had been driving for five years (No. 4 Continued on Page 8))
this county in the forefront of 5 and this was his first offense. He
zation.The said he had made arrangementsto
farm counties of the Southeast.I .
... +#
12 in all. x c 9x
Scouts repair the vehicle he hit.
agree with those who take a Commission Hires
pride in the fact that the promo- camped out on the Santa Fe Riv- i The mayor then fined the youth
tion soon to get underway is being er near Strozer's Fish Camp. The .vc y I $15 and suspended the fine.
planned will be paid for and campout began with the usual ikx Willie Monroe, colored arrested Engineer To Draft
managed by Suwannee County fire-building tent-pitching ham- for public drunkness forfeited ,
people without a handout from mock-swinging vigor followed by $15 and 2 costs; Robert Morrison,
some state or federal agency. This the eating of somewhat dubiously .t:i- t fFr arrested for public drunkness forfeited Air Strip PlansThe
E is the surest way to assure success cooked meals. & $15 and $4 costs; Donald J.
I gath- Jachal, ran a red light forfeited Board of County Commissioners
II for this is helping ourselves to After supper the group s
better living. ered around the council fire Sr "" +s $5 bond; Etheridge Bryant ar- Saturday hired

j i Hancock and Crews have con- chatted and finally broke into a y. xa> for speeding case continued; Jimmy Herbert Drew as a surveyor

tacted a number of people but crescendo of voice that echoed 4 : Robinson speeding forfeited and consultant engineeron
the list of into I $15 bond; James Caldwell. reckless -
p need help to expand across the old Santa Fe and the county's airport pro-
those willing to have a part in the swamp and bounced back to driving forfeited. $15 bond. ject.

this development of the county. keep Mrs. Strozer awake. Dan Chandler chairman of the
Persons not contacted and desir- Later the Scouts participated Suwannee
Numbers County Airport Committee -
ing to have a part can do so by in several Indian games a little Replace met with the board and requested -
s ,
calling Hancock. Crews or Man- touch-of- l r -
road-running and a
that this action be taken.
ager E. K. Hamilton at the chamber bush-dodging. Later, Rev. Jack Letters In New ;The board voted to contract with

office. Haynes, Scoutmaster blew his Drew for his services at 10 per
whistle and ordered everyone to cent of the construction costs.
Plans for a quarterly meetingof I Phone DirectoryNorth The problem of engaging a

the chamber of Commerce in;. bed.Of course going to bed doesn't, ::5 ;. Com- qualified engineer for tins rela-
late March are underway. It is. necessarily mean sleep will follow -' Florida Telephone tively; small job has been one of
hoped attendance at this session especially when cold earthor x pany subscribers in this area havea the major factors holding up construction -
will be the best in the trade body's 'UnStable hammocks has to new directory in which numbers since the site was pur

history for the livestock promo- serve as a mattress. But sleep have replaced the well known chased. A detailed prospectus of
' tion plan will be explained and seems to be an unnecessary com- names and letters used in dialing. buildings and runways must be
announcement made of the Win- modity for boys on a campout. FOrest 2 at Live Oak becomes drawn up before the federal government -
ner of the slogan contest. Search For Arrowheads 362; WEbster 5 at Branford Is win release its $3MMt.

Buddy Nott. who was chosen The morning came complete Oak Scoots prepare to leave their campsite and embark on a bicycle hike to the month of now 935; WOodland 3 at Well- matching funds for completing the

first vice president of the chamber with gray clouds and the same the Santa Fe River. From left they are Wayne Stapleton Gary Brown Chip Harris.Danny Anderson born is listed as 963; and Lura- projectIn

I Tuesday night heads this department dubiously cooked food. Nevertheless Jimmy Rape, Jack Giddens, Ronnie Tomlinson, Ronnie Stapleton, Roy Dudley, Miles Peaden ville changes from SPring 6 to other business three Bran-
for the organization.A ford residents appeared before the
the Scouts boarded their Keith Stapleton and Mark Granberg. The scouts camped out on Feb. 89. 776.Actually
bikes, which were hauled to the there is no change board to discuss plans for developing

membership drive under chairmanship camp site by Sam Anderson and of their lives and accepted as natural that a bird point is a small arrowhead campsite that afternoon as a bicycle whatever in dialing for FO is the a trailer park at Branford
of John Adicks will be Pete Wright and headed for the were in reality carved from that was designed especially caravan en route to Live same as 36; WE the same as 93; Springs. John Hampton, secre-
conducted during the coming 30 an the WO is 96 on the dial; and SP are tary of the Suwannee County
function oj the big rivers the the crude tools of a once flourishing for fowl hunting. Oak and almost peddled
day period.Directors of the chamber Santa Fe and the Suwannee. Indian Civilization in Flor Around noon the Scouts rode way home. both 7 on the diaL: Suwannee Park Board, informed the com

will serve as members of the The morning was- spent in back to camp, took a chilly swim If you could have seen their County subscribers are advised to mission that the park board

membership committee. search of arrowheads. Even .ida.The Scouts had some success in in the river ate. passed some faces, observed these youths on continue dialing as in the past would assist in that project
Communities without Chamberof chaperons find it enlighteningnd the quest. They found four fine cooking tests and took another their; campout. then you could remember by telephone officials. The commission voted to approve
Commerce are not progressive. a little sobering to realize arrowheads. The Scoutmaster swim. what it was like to be 13 The use of letters. in telephoneNo. all bins presented by the

(No. 1 Continued on Page 8)) that rock chips they have seen all found a bird point. He explained Most of the group left the years old. ( 5 Continued on Page 8)) clerk.






The Heart Of The Suwannee River Valley" V Farm if" Then Senate disposed of the effort are now considering the amend-

LEADER \ \ of the ultra-liberals to weaken ment.
BANNER Consolidated N : E.i defeating States which have approved the
Established 1834 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 the cloture rule of
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street f a on Feb. 7. an attempt to invoke amendment are Illinois, New
<< l FrontBy cloture (that is, to terminate debate Oregon New York, West Virginia -

._ ... Jjouie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher ) and thus force a final vote. Maryland Montana and

--.-- flank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor k This was effected through a 54 to California. Such action muat be

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor a ? 42 roll call vote. Considering pairs taken by 38 states before the

Walter Lee Olive .............................. Advertising Manager Doyle E. and absentees the division in the amendment becomes a part of the
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida ConnerSome Senate was 56 for cloture and 44 Constitution and I am hopefulthat
that the the required number of Mates
$3.00 against which means
Suwannee County
County $3.50 interesting items crop up advocates failed to get the required will act favorably well within the
RATESALL Outside Suwannee
now and then in the business and two-thirds majority by ten seven-year period allowed for this

SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance financial news columns of our votes on the basis of Senators consideration.
present and by 11 had all Sena- Although Florida, in 1937 abol-

a r Florida Press Association a J/-!/ : dally On day recently several of tors been pesent. ished the poll tax for voting in all
/SUWANNEE the canned food company stocks While this is the largest num- elections with gratifying
e MEMBER\ OF { COUNTY jot; an upward boost on the New ber that supporters of extreme sequent results the amendmentmust

o SUWANNEE COUNTYCHJMBER Fork Stock Market. One scored again I civil rights measures have been be acted upon by our state

a COMMERCE of $2.25 a share or about 10 able to get for cloture since 1950 and at the appropriate time I

?1o Chamber of Commerce rmM' per cent on the quoted value. The it demonstrated clearly that in hope to appear personally beforeour

reason: traders figured recent addition to our 19 Southerners state legislature in its behalf.

old weather crop losses in Florida there are 25 Senators from other The progress made so far is particularly -
: California and Texas should states who side with us on this i pleasing to me since J:

Improper Parking-A Discourtesy ause; a sharp reduction in fresh issue. Several others would also first introduced this matter in

/ winter fruits and vegetables and join us if the matter came to a 1949.
One of the most irksome of all traffic discourtesiesis a consequent increase in demandfor final vote on the actual weaken- Failing in my first effort I have

careless and thoughtless parking. Communities the size canned products.A ing of the cloture rule. introduced the measure in each

of Live Oak have limited parking spaces in their business couple of days later General Anti-Poll Tax AmendmentI succeeding Congress with increas-
The legislation, as it
Motors reported the biggest net am quite encouraged by the ing support.
sections. earned by any corporation fact that to date the legislaturesof passed both Houses last year was
And after the city has gone to the trouble and expenseof : It Happened In profit-ever nearly 1% billion dollars eight states have ratified my co-sponsored by 67 other Sena-

clearly marking available parking spaces to show and the stock rose to a new all- amendment to the Constitution tors was passed by 77 to 16, and

drivers exactly where to park, we often find that some of time high. So beca.use there has eliminating the payment of a poll had the backing of the President
them ignore these designations, straddling the lines and Suwannee County been so much comment recently tax as a prerequisite for voting for and the leadership of both Par-

taking up two spaces. I about corporate profits being the election of federal officials. ties in both the Senate and
checked over the-earn- About a dozen other Igislatures House.
fn SQueezed.
Just a few days ago we noticed that several cars a Companies reported -
As ings report of U. S.
beside meters.
row were ticketed for improper parking in the paper that day.

the city policeman was writing the last ticket, a man came : 1923 1938-1953 Here's what I found: Of 30 net

out of a nearby store and complained about it. earnings reported for 1962, only

He explained to the officer that when he parked, the 8 showed declines from 1961 21

vehicle just ahead of him was parked off center, using From The Files Of The showed gains and one firm reported -

part of what should have been his space. Unfortunately, w- SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT nearly 3 million dollars loss net of IW&itcrt
other driver's to get compared with a
the car that caused him and several
close to 7 million or an improve-
tickets was gone. ment in earnings of about 10 mil-

This practice ceases to be funny.It Forty Years Ago - 1923 lion dollars.In .

is not difficult to park a car within the designatedareas. Work on the Lake City Road the Chamber of Commercewith spite of the limited numberof 'Careful Hand NeededOn

Most drivers are careful to do this. But there are State Road No.1. is moving ahead his close touch with Florida reports which I checked there mix- comes' drug trials would have been virtually -
how occasion good news
others that seem to go out of their way' to make problemsfor rapidly. Judge H. B. Phillips affairs and asked how the peopleof what were enough to picture indicate is in Ameri- out of Washington D. C. impossible because drug
chairman of the State Road Department the state feel concerning ed the profit in ad-
their fellow drivers. state ofisolationism" industry at this time. That was the case when the trials cannot be charted
termed "the present can
recently. he
Another most irritating traffic discourtesy includes announced government announced that its vance. No one can be sure when a

truck drivers who park their vehicles to make a delivery The concrete highway to has Glen been St. i You've probably seen some of new drug-testing regulations new or changed drug is in the

while they have a completed and opened Commissioners various explanations that have would be more liberal than those testing stage, precisely what it
minutes more
and then leave for 30 or about five miles west of The Board of County the
Mary will not do in all cases.
cup of coffee or visit. Often there is an available space, Macclenny and on to the St.Mary's of Suwannee County met been given for the devastationg which were initially drawn up. or the liberalized regula-
In addition there session and cold weather that has been plagu- The reason for liberalization wasa
in the in regular
but these gentlemen park River. hemisphere this of protest from the medi- tions will be suited to the dual job
where there called to order by ChairmanW. ing the northern wave
are automobile drivers who park in the street The contractor is completing was members cal community as well as the of properly protecting the public
available. about a thousand feet of concretea L. Rogers. Other winter. blocks out of the
parking and keeping
are spaces T. J. Clements R. A. Meteorologists seem to agree pharmaceutical industry.The
15 miles tobe present were
is particularly annoying and day. There remains the jet stream first regulatory proposals paths of research remains to be
This thoughtlessness finished to connect with the Landen G. S. Payne and G. B. that a shift
dangerous when you turn a corner and confront a parked already com- Howell. moving from west to east high' which were created to some extentin seen. A number of authorities say

car or truck in your traffic lane. pleted 15 miles east of of concrete Lake City. The county judge filed the report above the earth allowed frigid an atmosphere of almost hYs- that they will still impose an ex-

These people take advantage of a traffic courtesy. of fines forfeitures costs arctic air to move down our way terical urgency would have addedup cessible amount of recordkeepingon i
it is agreement ends. Nobody to a trait-jacket on researchand the part of the companies
sometimes but there
to make deliveries and Democratic candidate and licenses.
have James M. Cox
Sure they
the in itself discourages re-
what caused the two which
Suwan- to know experiment -
to park in the street. If they promptly attended for the presidency in 1920 The Board selected the seems
im- search.
course. in the
wind currents to change essentials progress
to their business and left, however, no one would be appeared in this city recently en nee Democrat as the unpaid newspaper land Various reasons for weather irregularities provement of existing drugs and This is an extremely delicate
to publish
winter trip.
inconvenienced. route to Miami for a have been advancedfrom the production of valuable new field involving the health and
"Parking meters -are--supposed! to solve the problem I Mr.. Cox surprised local members of 1922. time to time sun spots, ones. Reports of almost incredible welfare of generations yet unborn

partially. And the courteous driver who puts his coin Years Ago -- - 1938 volcanic eruptions and so on but detail would have been demanded. as well as those now living. The

in the meter, tends to his business, and vacates his spaceto Twenty-Five Jacksonville offered a humorous I've noticed many competent au- Worse compliance with some of hand of government must be injected -
make 'room for others helps to alleviate this situation. I Farmers should study carefullythe thorities have insisted for the the regulations requiring submis- 1 I, only with the utmost care.
indus- address.
in this community situation in the cotton past several years that nuclear sion of detailed plans for clinical' -Jackson County Floridian
Many of the problems of parking try before deciding a plan for Kiwanians and their wives from

could be,solved with a little simple courtesy toward other the 1938 crops Homer Goff pro- Lake City MonticeUo Perry and sible.explosions On have the other NOT been hand respon-their I Union Power-A Public Menace? 'II
with vir- and met
And this courtesy could be applied Goff Feed Mill Valdosta clubs attended
motorists. of the
prietor the oc- claim has been disputed by a few An old saying tells us that the They deprived millions of people
local people on
tually no effort. stated here this week.A with the scientists but the latter didn't get best things sometimes come in access to news coverage that
few drivers in this communitywill perusal of the present out- casion.T. .
We sincerely hope a the publicity that the first group small packages. newspepers and newspapers alone
take this problem seriously and prove to themselves look will give an insight into Madison news- received. That can be applied to a four- jean give. Efforts by government

as well as their neighbors that traffic courtesy can make whether the crop can be produced C. Merchant presented his Now I see that a well-known line editorial which appeared in arbitrators and others to find

driving and parking more pleasant for everyone. at a profit he said. paper publisher for election as United private forecaster who has been a recent issue of Editor & Publisher avenues to a fair settlement of
.- .- Senator here Monday nighton operating for a number of years a under the apt title "Pow- differences were arrogantly rebuf
County Agent S. C. Kierce spokeat States his successful weather service for er".
the weekly luncheon of the Rotary his first departure to his mess- business clients believes that high Here it is: "Congress couldn'tdo fed.This was power-naked power-

Rules For Training Juvenile DelinquentsThe Club Monday noon and explained home to county the voters carry of Florida. altitude nuclear explosions by the it. The president of the Uni- that demonstrated only contemptfor

the recently enacted farm age U. S. and Russia affected the radiation ted States couldn't do it. Even the public interest. And it is

Sheriff's Star, monthly publication of the Florida control bill with special referenceto -would stand for belt around the earth the courts can't do it. Only a the kind of power no nation can i

Sheriffs' Association, in a recent issue reprinted rules from tobacco production in Florida. re-election Declaring on he his record as a causing a speedu pand change of striking union abetted by other afford if it is to survive in free-

the Police Department in Houston, Tex., on how to raisea member of the present board of i course in the jet stream. unions can close down the news- dom.Obviously

juvenile delinquent.Here ,I Expressing thanks to the votersof county commissioners T. T. Law The high yield explosions of papers in the nation's largest city in the New York
they are. the ,fifth commissioner districtfor I made formal announcement of his last July caused his staff to revise not to mention the newspapers in newspaper strike newspaper pub-

1. Begin with infancy to give the child everything he their support-in 1936 J. L. candidacy here Monday as a rep- their-long-range forecast and pre- the nation's eighth largest city." lishers felt they had been pushed

wants. In this he will grow up believing the world Barnett this week announced his resentative from the first com- dict colder than normal weatherfor The New York and Cleveland around long enough by excessive
way candidacy for a second .term in missioner's district of Suwannee January. It looks to me like newspaper strikes prove once union demands. They also felt s
owes him a living. office. Democratic they hit it on the nose and it's again that unions have achieveda that if they did not halt the
words laugh to the
"bad" "dirty" County subject
2. When he picks up or taken to
about time steps are monopoly power that cannot be march toward absolute union
at him. That will make him think he is cute. He will Live Oak Elks at their weekly primary in May.Suwannee learn whether nuclear testing countenanced in a free nation. domination of newspaper' finances a

off and pick some other words that will blow I does result in the miserablecold conducted at a their to ruin.
then run up meeting Tuesday approved the County teachers met really The strikes were they are on way

the top off your head. county-wide picnic proposal being in regular session at the local and storms that have sweptso tremendous cost to the publisherssome bankruptcy.

3. Never give him any spiritual training until he istwentyone sponsored by the Woman's school Saturday morning for their many countries. of whom were finding the The government, which seems

and then let him decide for himself. By the Club of which Miss Ada Mae Rob- monthly meeting with PresidentC. going tough at best-and to mer- to be handling all such disputes

same logic, never teach him the English language. Maybe erson is the president. V. Schoppe presiding.Announcements The publisher of a feed industry chants and others who counted on these days takes the rather calm

.when he is old enough he will want to speak Bantu. were made trade journal recently stressedthe newspaper advertising to spur view that this is just another labor -
need in American business for holiday trade. controversy. The truth is thatit
a to all of his neighbors; observed pertaining to teaching were their all-important
4. Praise him in the presence Annual Ladies' Night was plans good salesmen to meet the aggressive is a fight for survival among
he is than the other child- the Kiwanis discussed and Superintendent W.
show him how much smarter last night by competition in expanding the the governmentand
I newspapers;
expressed deep ap- discussion before all the agricul-
Club of Live Oak with dinner anda T. Newsome
ren. wold trade. the country should rightly be
develop Blue Lodge. preciation for the loyal cooperation tural students in one leading university
It at the
of the word "wrong. may program he
the generally
5. Avoid use all College students concerned that any and every union -
of teachers to point out the job opportunities -
of was on
Hal W. Adams Mayo
in the child. a "guilt complex. This will prepares Judge Phil of phases of school work, notes are not interested in sell- in agriculture and its can strike a public mass news
him to believe when he i punished later on for stealing the toastmaster and May ing. A survey of Sales Manage- associated businesses he found media like daily newspapers and
is "against him" ment magazine among a cross Inconvenience the public disruptthe
cars or assaulting women that society Ten Years Ago -- - 1953for practically every student steered
section of students in 123 Ameri- public welfare and bring economic -
and that he is being persecuted. Thirteen students from Turkeyare induction into the U. S. Navy revealed only 1 male away from suggestions that selling '
losses to
6. Pick up everything after him: his shoes, his books,, Suwannee County where he will be stationed in San can colleges sell- is a good job. 'I
touring to
student in 17 is willing This strike adversely affects the
his clothes. Do everything for him so he will be experi during a three-week period this Diego Calif., for his boot train Selling is a respected and highly -
ing as a career. but some- public welfare; it should be subject -
enced in throwing burdens on others. month observing the workings in ing. When he took part in a panel lucrative profession business has to compulsory arbitration. No
the line
7. Let him read anything he wants. Have no concern the various agencies in the county's where along the boat in getting nation can make progress, orderly

whatever for what goes into his mind. Provide him rural area with particular em Suwannee County 4-H Clubs: been missing to the young progress in such a state of labor

with Lily cups for his lips, but let his brain drink from any ty's rural area with particular have received Corporation an award for from the receive the girls award. people that story preparing across to embark on a chaos as that in which we have
emphasis on the Health Depart Westinghouse lived and living.Washington.
ideas. are
filthy container for words and most outstanding electrical pro- Vmg Merlin and his all-girl orchestra career.I I

8. Quarrel frequently in the presence of your child- ment.Four different students are visiting gram in the state during 1952;; "Enchanted Strings", appeared note a new 4-H activity to be i a County News

ren. In this way they will be prepared for broken homes here each week during the Leonard Cobb assistant county here Thursday at 8 pm. in undertaken in Florida this year

later on. three weeks with the fifth spend- agent announced this week. the Live Oak Auditorium. It was after several successful tryouts; DROP IN THE BUCKET

9. Give him all the spending money he wants; never ing the latter part of this week the second presentation of the around the state last year. It'a, Mars' atmosphere contains

let him earn his own. here. All of them holding degrees The cucumber market in Su season for the Suwannee Concert. called the Town and Country about two billion tons of water,

10. Satisfy every craving of the child for food, drinks from Turkey they are currently wannee County appears to be Association. Business Program, designed associated for] two Russian scientists have eat- :

that has to do with the sense of taste and students at the University of Flor- heading for the big time Bill older youths to study firms mated. This amount is merely a
and everything of agri-
ida. Chester local representative for Mayor's Court was postponedhere with the marketing drop in the bucket compared to
touch, gratifying every sensual desire. until next Monday cultural products explore employment -
and the Green Bay Food Company, Monday the water on earth. The earth's
11. Take his part against policemen, teachers due to pressing duties which opportunities and learn
A bottle of cleaning fluid spilledin said this week.Contracts week atmosphere receives from sea
neighbors. They are all "predjudiced" against your front of a burning gas heater for only 100 more : called Mayor Fred P. Glass Jr. to the benefits of further training evaporation alone an estimated

child. ignited into a blazing fire Monday I acres are needed to assure a real- Jacksonville. There are around 20 and education in what our econ- 88 million billion gallons a year.TYRANNOSAURUS .

j I 12. When he gets into real trouble, always defend and caused an estimated $3,000 ly important crop this year he cases on the docket for next week.B. omists call "agribusiness". r

1 yourselves and say, "I never could do anything with him." damage to B. T. Rainey's home. said. So far 400 acres have been Right here in contacts with t
When sit through court sessions in this city and Fire Chief Luke Haddon said contracted of the 500 acres that W. Helvenston m was elect- youths participating in this kind REX
J "children" who continue to Rainey was carrying a gallon of are available to be contracted by ed president of the Suwannee Little of program. I think our Florida Largest and fiercest of all flesh.
observe the cases involving Theatre Thursday evening businessmen have an opportunityto eating dinosaurs was Tyrannosaurus g,
Suwannee County farmers Ches-
takes seriously the fluid through his home on
I of society :
flaunt the laws that the majority our 2nd Street when the bottle slipped ter added. when the annual meeting was create interest in selling as a rex. The 20-foot-tall. 45lootlong -
in this
1 } we cannot help concluding that some parents from his hand and fell before the held in the Elks Club. career. Not everyone is qualified carnivore preyed on a
i community must be following the above rules to the letter. heater. John L. Allison of Antioch received Elected to serve with Helven- to be a research scientist or space herbivorous reptiles of North 11
Claude J.Hackney. wizard but a lot of our young America some 80 million C
This is tragic. The highly inflammable chemi' a certificate of merit as ston were Mrs. years |
Policemen and a court of law cannot imbue children Immediately burst into flames the outstanding 4-H Club boy first vice president: Frank Airth. people have the makings of crackerjack ago. The monsters were equippedwith

I .with the character to assume the responsibilities of adult- and consumed the rear end of the from Suwannee County at the second vice president: Mrs. Bob salesmen and the proper six-inch-long serrated teeth.
t t tradgedy last Tuttle. secretary: Mrs. Paul Bae- guidance through college can .
is the parents job. is indeed a house. Florida State Fair in Tampa
t'' realize too late that the little things week.It chle. production manager; Paul graduate them with specialized Jericho whose famous walls
1 that ,many parents announced earlier that Langford. treasurer; and Randy knowledge that a good salesman were built some 860 yean
III cause the most Lavoye Boggus son of J. C. was ago
well! meaning gestures
often - Route would Mai. director. requires. is the oldest known walled .
r mold. Boggus of Live Oak left Tuesdayof Mary E. George. ; m.PAGE
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FEBRUARY 21 1963

I r J J JI County Ministers Column Brabham Speaks I Forest Service Notes Fire DropThe

f t1,I The At Mayo RevivalREV. Suwannee Florida County Forest announced Service today of- for their this cooperation marked improvement in notifying the for I 8401/! The 1deehel

} Pastor's Corner a breakdown of forest fires in Florida Forest Service about
:i( Suwannee County from Jan. 1 when where, and what they were
The thru Feb. 18, 1962 as compared going to bum," he said.
I REV. J. W. BAILLIE with the same period in 1963. Feagle added that the Florida "
Pastor Westwood Baptist Church From Jan. 1, 1962 to Feb. 18, Forest Service would be most t t c c
J 1962, Suwannee County had 23 gratified if this improvementtrend <'&. c.;.. : c:.c
Death is a thought that none 1 1I clesiastes 3:19). | forest fires burning a total of 366 would continue throughoutthe '". .....
I of us like to think about, it The writer of Hebrews said it while -
yet acres for the same period in year 1963.Radioisotopes. ;,:- .?.K
invades the home of all of us. No this way, "And as it is appointedunto 1963 there were 11 forest fires rr

matter how strong we are, it still men once to die, but after burning a total of 87 acres, Coun- .. .
I rears its ugly head and strikes us this the judgement." (Heb. 9:27). ty Ranger Howard Feagle noted. are a handy sub-

I down. After looking at the above "The weather conditions have stitute for the cumbersome X-ray tl
t What shall we do when it does Scriptures, we must know that been some better in 1963 than in machines used to photograph -
: strike within our home? We death is inevitable. If then we 1962, but a lot of credit should go structural materials. Powerful

ought to take find that we can't evade it, thenit to the people of Suwannee County gamma rays from the isotopes
I time to have pentrate steel but
or require no elec-
is reasonable to assume that
think out tricity.
some we should prepare to meet it.
answers to this
Jesus prepared to meet it when Suwannee
important He stayed in the garden of prayer Bible
question. Artist To Draw
until God gave Him the graceto

speaking A wise woman to: face it. You only have to read High At Philadelphia Baptist :

the account of Jesus as He prayedto .. .
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king David said, know that this was no light Menu tf: : "" ':f1

"For we are as thing that He faced. If then, it SPIVEY BRABHAMRev. ..4a :
water ;
spilt on was that hard for Him to face
February through February 27 <
the ground Spivey Brabham, pastorof
how much harder will it be for THURSDAY
which cannot be gathered up the First Methodist Church of 1
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i you and me? Baked Beans & Bacon
again; neither doth God respect Live Oak, is scheduled to be guest
( Jesus set the first rule for us to speaker at the Mayo MethodistChurch's Perfection Salad
any person. (2 Sam. 14:14) Job
said, "For I know that thou wilt follow when he prayed. Prayer is revival services which Pineapple Upsidedown Cake ::4 _
the answer to preparation for that began on Monday of this week Bread Butter Milk' :
bring me to death, and to the I ;
house appointed for ALL living." hour when this will face us. and will continue through Sun- FRIDAY tsz ;
(Job 30:23). We must pray that God will Tuna Fish Salad or Fish Fillets
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give the strength to face this day.Rev. Tossed Salad
The preacher said, "For that Barbham is a graduate of .
hour. Isaiah said, "In quietnessand Squash t Vw
which befalleth the sons of men Florida Southern College at Lake-
I befalleth beast; even one thing in confidence shall be your land. He has served appointmentsat Peach Halves. with Whipped
strength.. (Isaiah 30:15). What Topping I I
t befalleth them: as the one diethso Lake Lindsey Webster, and at
dieth Isaiah is saying here is that when Epworth Church in Jacksonville. Bread Butter Milk
the other; yea, they have w
all one breath: so that a man we have clothed ourselves with MONDAY a. "I've never been able to figure out where we got off the
hath the Will of God we will be able Sloppy JoMustard track daring his training."
no preeminence above a
to approach anything, even death, DEFIES MACHINESHandweaving Greens
beast: for all is vanity. (Ecurrrr..r..r.rr..rr..rrrrrrrr.-
with quietness and strength, because of rugs and fab- Bananas
we know that it is the Will rics engages more than two mil- Cookies CENTRAL HEATAIRCONDITIONING
:r FOR YOUR of God and He will do all things lion people in India. The art of Bread Butter Milk A sermon in art will be present :

Ui ; right.' rug weaving *came with the Mogul TUESDAYHot ed each evening in the evangelistic ENGINEERSFOR
1\i : TREE TRIMMING & : We are also confident that Godis emperor, Akbar, and has surviveda Dogs service of the Philadelphia LP OR NATURAL GAS
: TREE still on the throne that he century of competition with ma- Slaw We have ;
REMOVAL : and Baptist Church, Feb. 24 through competent engineers to give you estimates and draw .:
: TRENCHING OR is aware of our troubles, that He chines. Frozen Lima Beans. Mar. 2, at 7:30: o'clock. blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs
DITCHING will take care of our needs. The Pineapple Salad Rev. Sayer Canova will use a for LP and Natural Gas. .:
story is told of that had Buns ButterWEDNESDAY We lend or sell tanks or have metered system _
a man help but he did not seem to be drawing-board to present a Bible customer whichever the
CALL lost His only son, in an auto ac- making much headway; the fellow scene before each message. Lightsare SEE prefers. .
} r cident. This man was so disturbed was a stubborn one. Pork & Gravy used for special effects. OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS

FloodConstruction in fact he decided not to believe After much talk the fellow Mashed Potatoes The Philadelphia Baptist

!f r: Co. in God any longer. His pas- finally said to his pastor, "If Carrot SticksGrapefruit Church extends a cordial invita- W. C. COPELAND JR. :

tor heard of his attitude, andwent there is a God, as you say where & Orange Sections tion to everyone to attend these ,
FO 2.2101 to see him. In his visit the was He when my son died?" Bread Butter Milk meetings. HUnter 3.2218 Madison Florida

il r pastor tried to reason with him, The wise pastor quietly replied,
rrr.rrr.r.r.rrrrrr.rrrrrrr..rl using the Bible as a source of "He was in the same place that I

. He was when His Son died, He
f 1 1A1 was loving you."
That answer got through to the the OLD HARD WAY J:
man and his attitude changed. ,
When we have prayed and .j
drawn close to God we will know

DOLOMITEFERTILIZERALL that no matter :what may befallus. >
God is still on the throne and
He loves us. Also, He is aware of

TYPES OF SPREADING our troubles. God suffers when
His children suffer. The impor- ,

;i SERVICE our tant side.thing is that we have God on

Please believe me when I say .
Call this: "When death invades our s
4 J home we will need Him that our ,f LIFTING. LUGGING .
minds and our confidence mightbe ,.. : .. 2 .. /
4 JOHN L. TIPPETTE in Him". '. .

Let me say to you today that 31
t God is your only hope in the hour

FO 2-1535 of death. Please make Him your ,..
I Saviour today. ( 1 a

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i Rec Center Basketball I THE HAHDY FAMILY e BY UOYB DHUBIC8AM .

Falcons Smash Unbeaten Hawks AM 16ON&TO PUTS WE CAN MAKE CLOSET DRAWER I

Lose To Tornadoes Comets Drop Cliffhanger To EaglesBy I IG JAMMED Sr cElyfPEAR BOX AND FRAME DEifREDt OF CIOSET TOWDTH

Jim Clayton off and finished the first half DRAWER .
The Falcons took over first leading by 15 points. When the CLEAc FORM

place. in the Recreation Depart- two teams came on the floor to RAWER CHANNELSwcannee
ment's 12-11 Basketball League begin the second half it was more S

-1ii'A- Bulldogs Fight Back To Scare Bulldogs Smash Saturday with a 41-16 victory over of the same with the Falcons V .t

the previously unbeaten Hawks.In bucketing 21 points to the Hawks

Starke In Final Two MinutesThe Hapless Mayo the second game the Comets 11.
another cliffhanger this
dropped The Hawks were never in con-

Starke Tornadoes edged Suwannee High 5450in For 10-10 RecordThe time to the Eagles by a score of tention as they fell 41-16 before

the first round of Keystone Conference Tournament 18-16. the fired up Falcons. The big

play at the Coliseum Thursday, Feb. '14, and cut down aroused Suwannee Glen Jernigan and Alvin bright spot for the Hawks was
Greene led the offense minded the shooting of
rebounding and
the Bulldog's high hopes of winning the championship.But High School Bulldogs, humiliated Falcons, ripping the nets for 16 Charles Howes who wound up the
the big wind from Bradford County was forced to week's points each. The Folcons' defense
in last Key- game with 12 of his teams 16 pull ahead by two points in the
blow hard. throws just before the buzzer stone Tourney, rose up Tues- however was their strong pointas points. closing seconds to win the game
The Bulldogs tied the match sounded to bring their total to 54 day and smacked down a they stole the ball time and The Comets came close to vic- 18-16. Install Nero Officers
56-50 with less than two minutes
again to scoring threats by
: five 72-52. tory again Saturday but couldn'tquite will bring
remaining. As Starke moved down points. hapless Mayo the Hawks. This Saturday's game
Although the Bulldogs bowed In The Bulldogs took an early lead pull the victory out. They the Comets against the Hawks in Suwannee Chapter No. 49
the court under pressure. Live The Falcons applied pressure to Order of the Eastern Star will
moments, the team the have now lost two by a and the Fal-
of games 9
the waning to take command game. the first game at
Oak stole the ball and went in for
the Hawks from
opening tip- install their 1963 officers in the
the layup and missed. made a tremendous effort to con- The team led Mayo 19-13 at the combined total of only 3 points. cons against the Eagles in the
Masonic 8 o'clock.
Stark brought the ball back test Starke in the final seconds. end of the first quarter. During The Eagles had a balanced attack second game at 10. :
Friday, Feb. 22.
down the court under Suwannee'sfull The Tornadoes led 14-10 at the the second period, the Bulldogs led by Doug Townsend and LEAGUE STANDINGSTeam
court press. Again the Bull- end of the first quarter and increased pushed further ahead 3621. I Noted Evangelist, Anthony Levere. Tom Cheek and Won Lost Worthy Matron Elect is Mrs.
to 28-19 by to have no I 2 0 Mildred }{ye. Worthy Patron
dogs stole the ball and raced for their margin Suwannee seeming Mike Pittman led the team in rebounding Falcons
the Starke goal only to miss the the end of the half. difficulty with Mayo, piled up a Scholar To and defense. Kenny Hawks 1 1 Elect is Mr. Gilmer Kye.

layup for the second straight The Bulldogs came battling 52-35 lead at the end of the third Speak Harrell, Lawrence Pert, and Mike Eagles 1 1 Installing officers are Mrs
time. back in the third quarter to make quarter and went on to win witha Strickland led the scoring for the Comets 0 2 Faith Protsman and Mrs Thel-

The Tornadoes although shaken the score 38-34 at the end of the 20-point margin At RevivalThe Comets and kept the Comets in ma Ward of Lire Oak,Mrs.Ethel
from two back-to-back frights period and tie the Tornadoes in One of the brightest spots in Baptist the game. (Held Over From Last Week) Mickler, Mrs. Estelle Aderholt

made no more mistakes and gave the closing moments. the team's effort against Mayo First Baptist Church has Terry Clayton and Bob Mc- :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphilland and Mrs. Lilly Witherall. of
the Bulldogs no more opportunities. Once again the team was was young Dean Croft who scored known Henry aided the Comets defen- son, Wayne of Gainesvilleand Branford.The .
Taking their time the Starke plagued by its old bugaboo 7 points and looked sharp. This secured. Dr.a nationally Philip R. Newell, to sively with their rebounding. The Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kirby public is invited to attend -
five moved the ball down gently shooting from the free throw line. was Dean's first appearance on score was tied at the half 8-8 and daughter of O'Brien were the installation ceremonies
in week of revival -
preach a services
and broke the tie. The Bulldogs connected on a I the varsity squad since his recent Feb. 24 through March 1. and set the stage for a thrilling guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Willie and the reception following the
The Tornadoes added two free meager 22 of 43 foul shots while move up from the "B" team. second half which saw the Eagles Beach Sunday. affair.
Starke hit 24 of 31. This made In addition Darrell Croft turn-

the difference in the game.P. ed in a fine effort to come off the
K. Yonge of Gainesville em- bench and score 12 points. Dar- EYERYq

SAVE erged with the tournament cham- rell is quick and agile. He will be 1PPOI/.t AIUEIny I
pionship; The Blue Wave downed depended on a great deal for ball

3WAYS Santa Fe in the finals to coop the handling next year Coach Larry
laurels and close this year's Key- Ross said.
stone Conference Tourney. The win gave the Bulldogs an -

Suwannee the season with two more games
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FOR LEAF AND ROOT FEEDING ... former dean of student affairs For Sale-Real Estate 2208. cge tf Chevrolet pickup, $650; Ford ,
GET THOSE TOBACCO PLANTS GOINGIt Bell '., ." r 22 at Moody for five years. pickup $7.50; 1960 Buick. $18.-
Murray .....; 4 1. New block and stucco two bed- FOR RENT Two furnished
councelor to 50; STP, $1.00 per can; also
Smith 11 Newell as a room house, large lots; apartments. Call FO 2-2319 or
..... the more than 1,000 students tf Delco 12 oz. can brake fluid.
.--+'. Folson ve',s&H?*>" 2 2. New frame asbestos siding FO 2-2935. cge
of< from all of the world. 65c; AC spark plugs, 65c; and
Is Time To Fertilize Jones '' 13 parts three bedroom, two large lots;
He authored 'the popular book 3. New frame house, asbestos sid FOR RENT Five room unfurn- 6-14 volt battery charged, $14.
"Six Days Of Creation", and of Other items by order. Cecil
52 ished bungalow, two bedrooms.
ing, four bedrooms, two large
.\ PECAN TREES U. "Daniel"' an expository work, lots; Phone FOrest 2-2368 C.M. Newly painted inside and out. Walker, SP 6-2241. pcde 39-42

"Heavy water", valued at $224- and writes frequently for leading McGranahan. Evelyn, Ave. Mrs. C. G. Travis, 724 BrownSt.
WITH 000, has been furnished the Uni- evangelical publications.In ccae 39-41 Phone FO 2-2744. cge tf

versity of Florida by the Atomic addition, he is a well-known FOR SALE
SWIFTS PECAN SPECIAL Energy Commission for a research speaker at Bible conferences all FOR SALE -Two bedroom homeon FOR RENT Furnished apart-
over the country. For several Newbern Road across from ment, private bath, private
years he broadcast a Bible expo- Westwood Church. Has break- front and back entrance, con- SEWING MACHINERebuilt
Blaisdall 5
sition class over Chicago Radio fast room dining room, screen- veniently located. Call FO 2- Treadle
MIZELL PRODUCE CO. Moody Hobbs 2 1 Station WMBI. Newell is a graduate ed porch, carport, and garageon 2742. cge tf
of the University of Michi- 2 lots. Call L. F. Pamell Like new In nice cabinet
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA gan and for many years headed a FO 2-1535. ccjj 39-42 FOR RENT Furnished apart-
54 Detroit manufacturing firm. ment, with one or two bed- BELL WHEEL SEWING

The evangelist will preach two FOR SALE 400 ft. frontageU. rooms. Private entrances, no MACHINE CENTER
times daily. Sunday's services are S. Highway 129 (across small children. Phone FO 2-
scheduled at 11:00 am. and 7:30 from Julian's Flower Shop), 4 2441. 608 W. Duval St. cge tf FOrest 2-2744

pm. Each day Monday through blocks City Hall. White way
FINAL -INVENTORY Friday he will speak at a break- lighted, suitable any type busi- FOR RENT Unfurnished two cbjj tf

fast service at 7:00 am. and at ness, especially drive-in nur- bedroom house wired for elec-
the evening service at 7:30 pm. sery and cut flower shop. This tric stove, has hot water heater. !FOR SALE Registered Angus

Bill Stroup, Director of Music property can be bought at un- Also has garden space. bulls. Telephone FO 2-2788.
and Youth Activities at the First believably low price. Julian E. Phone FO 2-2565. pbbe 40-43 cge tf

CLEARANCE Baptist Church, will be in chargeof Cross. cacb 41
the music. FOR RENT-Two room furnished FOR SALE Adorable female

0 LOANS apartment with private bath Bassett Hound. Large German
: and entrance, and one six room Shepherd, spayed female. Excellent -
Card Of ThanksMay furnished apartment with pri- watchdog, used to chil

we express our sincere FARMERS: It takes money to vate bath and entrance. Call dren. Both AKC reg. but papers
3 Big Days Only! thanks for the beautiful gifts of make money. See your coopera- 362-1074. cge tf not available. $75 each or swap

flowers, food, cards, and other tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. for heifers large filly ponies or

kindnesses shown in the loss of Terms up to 7 years. See Motor Rewinding jenny burrors. Call FO 2-2832
our loved one, Mrs. Vera Alice North Florida Production Credit after 4:30 pjn. pajj 41

THURSDAY -FRIDAY -SATURDAY J Samborski. May God's richest Association, S. Ohio Ave.. Repairs and I _
RewindingAny FOR SALE One complete set
blessings be with each and every- 362-2588 Live Oak. Florida.
Kind Electric Motor Encyclopedia Britannica with
one of cdjj 41-44
you.The Samborski and Also Sales and Service five yearbooks and one eight
LADIES DRESSES McCullers Families CALL foot chest type deepfreeze.
McCuIlers Electric Motor Repair Mack's Fish Market. cge 41
HELP Telephone Day FO 2-3278
Night FO 2-3328 FOR SALE Three four year old
WANTED Man betweenthe 217 E. Howard St. Walker Hounds. Trial here.

These Dresses Again Are Being Drastically Boost tobacco school ages graduate of 23 or and more 30,,inter-high Hunter Bros. Building Robert Hingeon. ere 41

Reduced Before Inventory. They Must Go! ested in future in finance field. caJJ U FOR SALE Extra large clumps
profits with... Salary commensurate with abil- an color daylittee. 50c each. Julian -
ity and experience, free life and WORK WANTED E. Cross. cge 41

Dresses Formerly On Sale-$8.00 and $10.00 hospital insurance, paid vaca-

tions. Dependable transportation WANTED -Bookkeeping to do I 0 WANTED
and typing necessary along at home. Call Lake City 752-:
(Values To $17.95) with willingness to work for ad- 3765 after 5 or write Box 302, WANTED TO RENT Perma-

y. vancement. Others need not ap- Lake City. pbbe 39-42 nent pastures, woods pastures,
ply. Call FO 2-2922 or write P. and farm acreage for cows In

Now $5.00 O. Box 158, Live Oak for ap INCOME TAX RETURNS Suwannee County. Phone FO 2-

Only polntment. caee tf Long Form (1040) $4.00 2788. cge tf

WANTED- Women to work soda Farmers Form $4.00 WANTED Acreage in Suwannee -

Dresses Formerly On Sale-$12.00 and $15.00 -r fountain and curb. Apply in Brown's Bookkeeping Service or Madison County in exchange -
person, A & W Drive Iz cge tf Office 6 miles west for furnished C. B. S.
I Nobles Ferry Road three blocks Post
Duplex, from
(Values To $29.95) Here's why MAN WANTED Age 25 to 50. rH 41-44 Office in lower east coast town.

High school education. Old established Apply Box 635, Suwannee Democrat -
Formulated for tobacco insurance debIt Live pdjj 38-42

... Now Only S8.00 Promotes bigger yields of salary Oak and$90.00 Jasper per area.week.Starting Call FO Help! Help! Help! WANTED 50-75 young brood

better-quality leaf 2-1887 Monday thru Thursday.Ask cows with calves preferred.
Something To Sell! Contact Bill Swan, Mayo
e- : Encourages earlier ripening for Mr. Woodhaxn.
Florida. Phone SW 4-2776.
paf 40-41
." Proven on farm after farm Looking For Something pfjj 38-41
I Hay Be Able To Help You!
See your Agrico agent today SALESMAN WANTEDWilson WANTED Room additions: remodel -

NO APPROVALS 'j No Obligation carports, driveway, home

.. ... .. Auto Parts needs hard repair of any kind. Or we will
Any Time! Any Where
NO ALTERATIONS COMPANY : : ..,. :. SUWANNEE GRAIN CORP. working outside salesmen. Ter- build your home on your lot.
UVE OAKS' FINEST BRANFORD FEED MILL ritories In South Georgia and SMITH ENTERPRISES No money down. Write or call

ALL SALES FINAL DEPARTMENT.STORE. ,. North Florida. For Informationwrite P. O. Box 216, Mayo, Fla. Tom McDanIel, P. O. Box 343,
I --' The American Agricultural Box 655 Live Oak. before Lake City Phone 752-3193.
:: t10. -:<- .}- Chemical Company Mar. 10. ccjj 40-43 pill 40-43 I pbdl 46-4S


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, r F : (9lgfJj..- News And Activities From ResolutionShe z During National FFA WeekCounty's II

THE RECREATION CENTER did not ask pay, Agriculture Students FFA
She worked not for praise; ,

. WOM :N By CHARLES PULLEY. Director Through She was endlessly busy work called days.on. Chapters To Promote Farm IndustryVocational I

She visited the -
Plans are completed for the District Persons who will be present at hungry. Agriculture studentsat
n of the Florida Recreation this meeting include Dr. R. E. Made sure they were fed; Suwannee High School will Chapter advisor. Student officers

CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor Association meeting to be held in i Leilich. head of the Recreation Never pushing them lower join with Future Farmers of Am- include Lewis Ward, president:.
Live Oak Wednesday, February Curriculum at the University of But lifting instead. erica members throughout the nation Mitchell Watson, vice president;

20. Florida, and Mr. R. B. Van Fleet, She prayed for the fallen in activities to focus atten- James Gandy, secretary; Jared

Kim Fletcher.Party Here And There Representatives of recreation southeastern representative of the And pitied the weak; tion on the importance of agri- Clark treasurer; Sidney Ray
departments throughout the District National Recreation Association. Told them of a Saviour. culture during this National FFA Tompkins. reporter; Winston
Honoree FridayKim will begin arriving at the Both of these men were instru- Who, for them, came to seek. Week. Scott, first sentinel; John Crapps,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bailey of Live Oak-Suwannee County Recre- mental in the planning of facilities second sentinel; Jimmie Herring
Fletcher was feted on her She expected not "Agriculture-Vital To America"is
Apex: N. C., arrived Thursday to ation Center about 9:30 in the of the Live Oak-Suwannee presents chaplain; and Johnny Bats, parliamentarian -
fifth birthday Friday with a par- For her work, few were given; this year's FFA Week theme.
spend some time here. morning and will be served coffee County Recreation Department.As .
ty given by her mother, Mrs. Hal But somehow we feel, The farm boys will undertake a .
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Williams by members of the Live Oak- the Suwannee County area
Fletcher, at their home on Eleventh They were waiting in Heaven. campaign to inform the general
Street at three o'clock in the and Mrs. W. J. Nipper spent Sun- Suwannee County Recreation grows and develops in the area of public about the importance of Kiicanians To Hold
afternoon.A day with Mr. and :Mrs. Reed Bell Board. Some of these representatives recreation, as it is slowly but For Paul the great writer, the agriculture industry to this

red and white motif was car- near Mayo. will have travelled from as surely now doing, it will be peo- Of Bible truths verily; country and the numerous oppor- Banquet For Teachers
ried out in the decorations and Miss Nata Carolyn Fowler, student far as Orlando. This will be their ple such as Dr. Leilich. Mr. Van Called faith and hope good tunities that exist in this field The Kiwanis Club will spon-
rei'reshments. at Jones Business College, first visit to Live Oak. In addi- Fleet, and the members of the But the greatest was charity. for young men who have a back- sor a teacher appreciation ban-
spent the week end here with her tion this will also be the first District and State organizationsthat quet in the Suwannee High
A white cloth with red heartson Now at rest from her labors, ground of farm experience and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey meeting of this organization to be I we will turn to for assistancein School Cafeteria Tuesday at 7
the skirt of the cloth was over- I At home with herLord; training.
Fowler. held in Live Oak. organizing and planning pro- p.m. to recognize the servicesof
laid on the refreshment table witha She's been called higher, "We
up an abundance of food
studentat policies, and facilities.By the people who mold the
red Miss Nancy McKeithen The business portion of the grams
three tiered arrangement of To receive her reward.In in America that our citizens are
and white carnations, with a min- North Florida Junior College, meeting will begin about 10:00 and developing the recreation and minds of the youth in this com-
taking for granted, Lewis Tucker -
here with her will last until memory of the work of Mrs.L. munity.
end The
spent the week noon. repre- historic potential of this area we
the tier
iature white
cupid on top ,
table parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mc- sentatives will then board a school will also be developing the economic M. Mizell with the Associated vocational agriculture teacher This banquet is being held In
end of the
placed on one and advisor to the J. F. WilliamsJr.
Keithen. bus loaned by the Suwannee social, and cultural struc- Charities. response to Gov. Farris Bry
and at the other end was the .
Memorial of
Chapter the FFA
embossed in Buddy Evans left last week for County School Board and will ture of our community. Resolutions CommitteeMrs. ant's act proclaiming weekof
heart shaped cake
Fort Jackson, S. C. where he will travel to the new Garden Club Almeta Swan said. Feb 24 as Teacher Appreciation -
red white.
and be stationed for his basic trainingin building. At the Garden Club a Mrs. W. W. Hunter "Actually, farming is this na Week in Florida. Kiwan-
afternoon.Games were played during the the U. S. Army. luncheon will be prepared and "Newspapers are the sentinelsof tion's largest and most vital industry tans all over the state have

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Evans and served by members of the Garden the liberties of our country. and it is becoming increasingly urged that teachers receive this
Favors of hats and large balloons -
family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Club. Benjamin Franklin. Cancer Society Unit important with our recognition.Dr. .
to the
Hart Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 1 expanding population."In J. T. Kelly of the State
Assisting Mrs. Fletcher in serving -
Fred Young spent the' Requests Bandage Cloth our area, particularly, most Department of Education will
Mrs. Jimmie Wilson,
I were Bill week end in Clearwater on busi ,i BeachvilleMr. The service department of the of the business and most of the be the principal speaker at the
Mrs. Wayne Wilson, and Mrs.
American Cancer Society met In jobs, are basically dependent up- banquet. Kelly is director of
ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Louie C. Wads- the home of the chairman, Mrs. on surrounding farms for their the Division of Teacher Educa-
Invited were Janice Porter, worth and daughter, Miss Char- Rev. R. L. Peterson of Dowling and Mrs. Albert Moses of Morgan Miller '612 Demorest St., existence. Take away the farms tion, Certification and Accre-
Janet Wood, Tammy Oliver, Donna lotte Wadsworth, spent Thursday Park was guest speaker here Sun- Tifton, Ga., were guests of Mrs. Feb. 13, for a Work Day programIn and you would destroy the entire ditation.
Holloway, Angelea Futch, evening and Friday in Tallahas- day. Had good services and were Sanford Beach and family Sun- making bandages for patients. community," Tucker concluded.The The Suwannee High School
Kathy Schneider, Leslie Bruce. glad to have a number of visitors. Williams
Eight home demonstrationclubs and Suwannee Band win play at the event
Margaret Fann, May Beth Davis see.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Westmarkand Mrs. Peterson come with him and and Mrs. Ray Odom and were represented at the FFA Chapters boast 135 members. and the Kiwanb-sponsored Key
Bill Howland, Amy Day, Wayne family spent several days last they were dinner guests of Mr. children of Hartsfied S. C. are meeting. Wally Edwards is president of the Club will serve. Kiwanis mem-

Wilson, Valerie Wilson, Thad week in Gainesville with Mrs.Vestmark's and Mrs. Willie Odom and attended visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Miller urged the public to Williams Chapter. Other officers bers, the wives, and teachersare

\ Glass, Pam Howland, Beverly \ parents, Dr. and Mrs.R. the installation servicesfor Willie Odom. contribute old linens that can be include Gene Box vice president: invited.
Howland, David Jones, Darlene E. Carson. Rev. Nelson Melvin of the Ad- Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell used to make bandages. Anyone Gregory Greek, secretary; Clyde .

Bass Tammy Chambliss, Bryan James Brinson returned hometo vent Christian Church in Live who are both on the sick list are who wishes to donate linens can Mobley, treasurer; Bebo Bispham, In 1962, advertisers have again

I Parker, and Karen. Townsend. Tallahassee last Friday after Oak Sunday afternoon.: staying with their son and daugh- call the Suwannee Laundry which reporter: Clifford Gude. first sentinel spent more money in newspapers

visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie Mrs. J. J. Bronson and son, ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. will pick them up free and deliver ; Jack Rye second sentinel; than in any other medium, and

Mrs. Brinson, for several days. John Timmerman, of Clermont Tidwell, in Lake City. them to my home, Mrs. Miller Del Williams, parliamentarian; I the newspaper remains overwhelmingly -
Hughes Hostess visited here last week end. Mr. Rev. Marvin Odom filled his and Elliot Scott, chaplain.H. dominant as a local
1 To Ida Haddock ClassThe and Mrs. T. F. Beach who had appointment with the Deep Creek said.The Live Oak Coca-Cola Bot- M. Folsom is the Suwannee advertising medium.

Ida Haddock. Bible Class of Circle Six Meets been visiting the Bronsons and Church Sunday.Mrs. tling Company furnished Cokes
other relatives returned home W. H. Tidwell, Mrs. Otto for this meeting.
the First Methodist Church met With l\lrs.l\lcNeill with them. Townsend and baby, Marinelle, FRESH BULKGARDEN
Feb. 12 in the
Tuesday evening, Circle Six of the WSCS of the Mrs. L. J. Cannon is visiting and Mrs. Sanford Beach and RoyEarnest
a' home of Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes on First Methodist Church met Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling of were business visitors in Card Of Thanks

' Pine Ave. Tuesday night, Feb. 12, at the Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Lake City Friday afternoon.Mr. SEED .
There were fourteen members home of Mrs. Dave McNeill. ben Thomas in Graham, and oth and Mrs. Martin Beach and I wish to express my heartfelt !.
present for the covered dish sup- thanks to the doctor, nurses, and
relatives in
An interesting program entitled Starke. son, Scott, and nephew, Wayne
per.Following "Around The Rim Of East Asia", Mrs. Norman Koon and son, Hemphill of Gainesville, were orderlies at the Suwannee Coun-
the business meeting was presented by Mrs. Fred Bobby, were business visitors in I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie ty Hospital, and my friends and SEED CORNHOG
Mrs. C. J. Dean class relatives for their
president Lake kindness dur-
Brooker assisted by Mrs. Dan City Thursday afternoon. Beach Sunday.
gave the devotional followed by Stainer and Mrs. Donald Burch. ing my stay in the hospital. MayGod's
prayer. richest blessings rest on CORN
Following the program,
Mrs. Will Peavy will be hostessto each and everyone is my prayer.
Robert Bruce conducted short i
a Pine LevelMrs.
the class in March and Mrs. Mrs. Mae '
business meeting at which time Starling U. S. 13 COKERS 15
Corbett Musgrove will give the she (Paid Notice)
welcomed the new members
t devotional. and visitor sto the circle. Joe Johnson and daugh- ited Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Clark I 67
Othermembers present were ters, Jo Beth and Ann attended Wednesday night. FUNKS
Mrs. Glynn Duncan and Mrs. services at Rocky Sink Church Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING

l USE Rich Capell Sunday night. daughter, Robin, spent the week
New members include Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brim. Os- end with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wil- '
John Paul Schneider,. Mrs. Frank car Brim, Paul Driver, and W. B. son at Astatula. or Large ,
FUCO Futch Jr., Mrs. William Hazen, Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp and CALL GREENWOOD DIXIE 18
and Mrs. H. V. Sapp. Moseley Sunday. children visited Mr. and Mrs. C.
Brand Mrs. McNeill's niece, Mrs. Paul Rev. Sammie Sealy and Manuel D. Clark Tuesday night. H. TURNER COKERS 67 and 71
Elliott of Merritt Island, and her Medeiros of Perry spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseleywere
WO 3-2751 FUNKS G-745
sister, Mrs. Charles Locke, were day with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole. business visitors in Jackson- Night
InsecticideFOR visitors. Mr.,and Mrs. R. C. Roberts and ville Friday.Mr. Day WO 32373or

The March meeting will be at daughters, Julie and Cathy, of and Mrs. Willie Howell visited writeP. MIZELL PRODUCE CO.
the home of Mrs. Duncan. Lake City were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes O. Box 475

BEST RESULTS Mr. and Mrs. Drew. Holmes Friday Sunday and attended services at WELLBORN, FLORIDA LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Newspapers produce more sales night. Pine Level Church. --
per dollar of advertising cost. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beckner We are glad that Mrs. O. B. ----------- -

and son, Gregg, of West Holly- Faircloth is improving nicely in a
wood spent a few days here last Suwannee County Hospital. Our
1( week with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. prayers are that she will be well most advanced

1 FOR WORK OR PLAYSLIP Clark. real soon. qv. "
Mrs. Joe Starling spent Wed- Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley visited line of
nesday with Mrs. R. W. Moseley.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes t S

and Mrs. Drew Holmes vis- awhile Sunday afternoon.

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II Social Security Answers' I FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smith Pine Level I IHeld

\ When Parents Won't Talk About DatingTHE ( Over From Last Week) I glas and Carl Treeefer Sunday.Mr. .

(Editor's Note These questionsand not lose all your checks. You only to parent or to child. If parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie McCall of and Mrs. H. M. Moore were ti

answers are compiled by Wil- lose one-half of what you earn have agreed between themselves, Klsdrnmee were supper guests of business visitors in Perry Saturday -

liam M. Eanes District Managerfor over $1200 and up to $1700. If the age at which they will permit Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Friday morning.We .

the Social Security Administration you earn over $1700 you start MoM worfT their children to have company night. are glad to have Mr. and

\ at Valdosta. Eanes invites losing social security at the rate ME I i and to date, then these parents Ralph Moseley returned home Mrs. Donald Wilson of Astatulamo'"e

---.... .readers to mail their questions to of $1 for a dollar. You lose no LET I should tell the children, letting Thursday night after spending a into our midst.: They have
him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta checks for those months you have EveN 'r. K lo them know exactly what the fu- week in Jacksonville with Mr. and occupied the Eddie McCall home

i Ga. Please do not mail your inquiries neither earned $100 in wages nor ture holds. Mrs. Ellis Moseley.Mr. near Pine Level Church.

t:. to this paper.) taken an active part in a trade or Parents have a responsibility to and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mrs. L. P. Fortner and Mrs.

F QUESTION: Last Monday your business. see that their attitude children toward developthe "dat- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs. H. M.

office was so jammed with people QUESTION: I read in the paper ing"proper and toward the opposite sex. Willie Howell. Other visitors were I Moore Monday morning

; I, had to leave because I didn't that young people who are to paying in I This can be done only by training, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keeling and I Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Calhoun
t. time to wait. When is the social security will have put Martha Rae, of Live
have back i by discussion. Certainly nothingis daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mose
best time to come in or are you $1.60 for each $1.00 they get accomplished by marking the Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jar- ley Thursday night.

k t always that busy? when they are 65.Is this right? subject off without discussion.No vis of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hayes Mrs

E ANSWER: We always have ANSWER: It could be if you are two situations are the same Carl Tressler and his sister, Carl Baxter, and Mrs. Mary
4 than usual come in lucky enough to reach that age. however and most have a Greens-
parents of
more folks I Mrs. Bertha Berglas Tuesday of last
WEEK'S LETTER: "I have company or date when they Woodham spent
during the first few months of the But have you forgotten tax amounts your also have a problem. I am a girl, 16 are sixteen should at least tell I good reason (or what they con- burg, Ind., spending sometime week with Mr. and Mrs. L P.
This is our heaviest interviewing social security sider a good reason) for bringingup here with him, attended servicesat
year. old and mother refusesto these children at what future age Fortner.
if years my
will for the protection you get their children as they do.
As rule we pay
time. a Methodist Church in Live
be able to do so. the visited Mrs.
reach let me have company or even they may }. Mrs. Drew Holmes
have fewer people on Tuesday you get disabled before you will be When girl ready for dating Whatever the individual problem Oak Sunday morning. last
talk to a boy. I soon seventeen a R. W. Moseley Wednesday of
Wednesday and Thursday after- age 65 and for the protection your and out of school. Will you parents should begin by permit- however it remains a problem } Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Moseley of

noons than any other times. How- family can get if you should die. tell me what I can do? I have ting her to have company. Let her until it is "talked out" thor- Jacksonville spent Thursday night week.Mr.. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited -
-I i ever, you are always welcome Persons who reach 65 will no talked to my mother many times, have a party,for example and invite oughly understands, to the extent how every-thingsare and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. R. W. Moseley Wednes-
I when you can come to the office.Ve'U longer need this type of protec- but she only says that she doesn't boys and girls from school, one to be.just W. Moseley.Mr. day e'"ening.The .
best to serve you tion. Basic income protection be- I have to youngsters who attend the same supposed
\ do our want to hear anything or and Mrs. L. P. Fortner attended Community Sing at Pine
1 have to fore 65 is similar to most church. If y" hart a teenage prtbUm yes
promptly but you may age say. want t. disease, .r an ..beervstlest. ; services at Beulah Church Level Church was well attended
wait your turn.QUESTION casualty insurance. You hope you OUR REPLY: It is the opinionof The parent who refuses to discuss make, address y'.r letter t* Sunday morning.
need it but you must that who dating or having company FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS Saturday night with folks from
monthly writer
: I get will never parents NATIONAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER" Rev. C. S. Parker visited Mr. Sink
whatever loss or their children to with teenager is not being fair KY. Oak Hill, Clayland. Rocky
checks and work part time. I triedto have it to meet refuse to permit a SERVICE FRANKFORT
and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Sunday Church, and Church of God at
limit my earnings to $1200. emergency might come up. afternoon.Mrs. Dowling Park.
earnings statement shows QUESTION: I run a small gro
Now my Mary Woodham of Tallahassee RI
$1208 for 1962. What should I do cery. The only help I hire is teen FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C. D. Smith spent last week here with
now? Am I in any real trouble? age school boys after school and her step-father and mother Mr. Award of a Navy defense con-

ANSWER: You are not in serious on Saturday. I have not been pay- A Good Rule: Always Be Honest With Yourself and Mrs. W. C. Baxter. tract for more than $160,000 in
security tax on what
trouble. Bring your statementto ing social Rev. R. W. Calhoun of Mayo electronic devices for aircraft has
our office. We will help you they make. Now I understand I are only thirteen years old-too visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner been awarded to the Ft. Lauder-
make your yearly report of your should turn this in. How can I HE DOESifT young to let boys take up too and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Tuesday dale firm of Airtronics Interna-

I earnings. Based on your $1208 get this straightened out. WANT TO much of your time and your evening of last week. tional Corp.

i earnings you have been overpaid ANSWER: The simplest way is +' co WITHwe.... thoughts. You are too young to Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl

$4.00 for 1962. We will hold this to come by to see us or your local have frequent dates. Tressler were supper guests of Mr.
Internal Revenue office with the You not too young of course
back from your checks this year. are and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Tuesday PINE TIMBER
It is very important that you records of the wages you have to be aware of and interested in night. WANTED
make this report by April 15th. paid. Each of the boys workingfor boys. But, if you're honest with
:Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes vis-
must get a social security yourself you will realize other ALL KINDS
If you do not. you could be charged you ited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley
r a penalty of one month's pay- number. You will need this to things, such as your school work
their are far more important to your Sunday night. POLES
When make correct reports
not you
ment for doing so.
Mr. and Mrs. Slim Touchton
need this account success in life at this stage of the
earn over $1200 in a year you do earnings. We
game.If visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole PULPWOODW.

f you're honest with yourself.YOU'll Sunday night.
i ifI SEE ME IN '63 FOR ALL YOUR ly a4 realize that your parents or :Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley and C. DEMPSEY
s guardians should know where you children were dinner guests of .
BUILDING NEEDS '_f'JJ. U."V"'I:"' ...'......, ,............ are and whom you are with at all Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McLeod
P. O. Box 628
THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I ama another boy?" times. Sunday.Mr. .
PAINT, PLYWOOD, ROOFING, ETC. girl of thirteen. I like a boy whois OUR REPLY: We think you will Finally,"making somc'hing up"to and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES fourteen and would like to go never enjoy real success-with impress people is wrong. People dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha Ber-
with him, to places like the ice boys or with life in general unless always find the truth and none
We Make All Aluminum Screens To Order cream shop. But he doesn't wantto i you recognize the importanceof of us are very happy when someone -
t go with me. I made a name up being honest. You must be honest deceives us.
that might make him go with me. with yourself and with oth A. L. "Aubrey" WARD

.R Langford Builders SupplyEast Do you think: I should go with him ers; being otherwise will only want It yea te bare.1...a..teenage. *r an .prebUm b.etT.tlea yes
4 he asks me? If he finds out the bring you trouble and disappoint. t. make address y'.r letter t.

Helvenston Street FO 2-2873 truth do you think he will go with ments. FOR NATIONAL AND ABOUT WEEKLY TEENAGERS.NEWSPAPER SPREADER SERVICE
LIVE OAK FLORIDA me? Do you think I should go with Begin by remembering that you SERVICE FRANKFORT KY.

{ number for each employee to I Rosemary Club Meets At Community CenterThe and Courteous Service
make sure that he gets credit for

the wages you report for him. Rosemary Home Demonstration I for the meeting. Rte. Telephone SP 6-2271

Don't delay the longer you Club met Tuesday Feb. Others present were Mrs. Ken
wait the more this wilTcost. 12. at the Community Center with neth Christen Mrs. Woodrow r ,

QUESTION: I got a social security the president Mrs. Frank Jenk- Johnson Mrs. Ira KIght and Mrs Near Harrell's: Store on Mayo Road
card in 1958 when I was in ings. presiding W. R. Ratliff
high school. Of course, I lied The group sang "Let Me Call -

LIVE OAK FLORIDA about my age. Last year I got an- You Sweetheart" to open the
Phone FOrest 2-3111 other card. The numbers seems to meeting and Mrs. Billy Jenkins

Adults 50c Children 20c be different from the one I had read the devotional.The .
Tax! Included before. How can I fix this up? roll was called and answered -

BOX OFFICE OPENS ANSWER: Send us the record by "How I Met My Husband". r 0 d
Monday Through Friday, 3:15 you have of both numbers. If you The minutes of the previous / 1r

Sunday: Till Saturday.5:00 and Reopens 12:45 8:45 At Night lost either or both numbers you meeting were read and approvedand
can tell us when and where you old and new business was

worked so that we can put your transacted.Miss .
work records together into one ac Bernice Shuler gave an !
count. Then we will let you know interesting demonstration on 'y
DOUBLE FEATURE which number you should con- "Stop Worrying And Start Liv- z' .

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; Cattle Sales Olive Promoted County Doctors, Nurses A motion was made by Vann to to attend football conference pro- the Chairmanship of a major com-
.1 Hog grant permission to this adult
Smcannee DemocratSubscriptions gram at Monticello Florida, Jan- mittee and would also serve en
Hear Heart ProgramDr. group, represented at this meet- uary 18, 1963. other committees and that problems

; Increase SharplyStock To Staff Sergeant Eugene Tubbs and Dr. La- ing by Paul Langford Jr., John Manuel T. Gaines, professionalleave relating to the various areas
mar Crevasse of the University of Gaskin Alfred Foss, and L. C. to attend football conference would be brought to the attention

Florida presented a program for Roberson to use facilities at program at Fort Lauderdale, Florida of the committee chairman and if
At Market Here is a list of new subscrip- physicians and nurses at the Su Reeves Field in Live Oak, Floridafor January 18-19,1963. Rebecca necessary finally to the Board at

F rF tions and subscriptions renewedto wannee County Hospital Feb. 12 practice and also for the play- Edwards, professional leave to an official meeting.
I Cattle and calf trading at the the Suwannee Democrat from on "Identification and Manage- ing of a football game before pay- Clinic at Hope Haven, Jackson- Designation of committees and

Suwannee Valley Livestock Market February 8 to February 15. ment of the Coronary Prone Pa- ing customers. That players Ville Florida January 17, 1963. members are as follows:
Wednesday Feb. 13. jumped to NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSPvt. tient". would: (1) put up a bond for use The Board approved maternity Varsity Athletics and Phyatoi ,. ..
217 compared with 86 sold the : __ : T. H. Radford, Ft.Benning. This program was another in a of Physical Education and football leave for Ruth R. Linton, to begin Education -
week before while hog trading Wilton Touchton, Clearwater series presented by the Florida equipment, (2) pay for the use of Friday, Feb. I, 1963 for the ; Chairman Otto Dfekmaa
soared to 1.410 from 405 sold the ,. Merle Palmer, Gainesville Heart Association. lights, and (3) not to use players remainder of 1962-63 school term. Thonis Barnett
week before. P. F. Rumbley Camp LeJeune, Attending were Doctors Ben E. when eligibility would be endang- Upon the recommendation of Henry Vann

According to George C. Avery N. C.James Daniel James Dietrich, S. L. Had. ered. Barnett seconded the mo- Superintendent Williamson, a motion TransportationChairman ..,
E, of the Florida State Marketing x w Willis, L. O. den, and Hugo Sotolongo: Nurses tion and said motion was unani- was made by Vann, secondedby V. V. Brim

Bureau, trading was active with J. Tom Moore L. O. Catherine M. Hurst, Wynyard mously carried. Brim,to employ Eva Vinell Cal- Thonis BarnettL. r
demand particularly good for all 3 'yyd j':. qw Mrs. H. M. Howard, L. O. Williams, Averial Hodges Polly Coach Gene Cox was presentfor houn as teacher at O'Brien School M. Crews, Jr. .r;

I classes of stocker cattle. S. A. Wilson Jr., L. O. Musgrove, Beverly Nelson, Clar- this meeting and was instructed subject to the approval of the Instructional Personnel ad. ,""
Slaughter cows were strong to D. E. Carver, O'BrienSUBSCRIPTIONS rissa Borders, Betty Goodlett, An- to carry out the will of the trustees. Motion carried. Problems
fully 50 cents higher while other RENEWED na Margaret Daniels Rumalda Board in this matter. Board approval was given for Chairman Thonis Barnett ,
class were few or absent, Avery Burr A. L. Bixler, Gadsden Ala.J. Woodruff, Ivoree Cheney, Danny Some discussion was held con- construction of cement walkways Henry Vann '
continued. Feeder-stocker steers, A. Brannon, McAlpin Bowden, Veronica Strickland and cerning the present and future or/and asphalt paving at en- V. V. Brim
heifers and cows remained strongto Frier Music Co., L. O. Earl Bembry. basketball playing facilities for trance to Physical Education De- Plant and Grounds
$1.50 higher with calves few :M. M. Rye, Rt., L. O. Douglass High School. partment at Suwannee Junior Chairman Henry Vam .
last week, he said. r M/Sgt. William Gardner, Fort The Board was informed by High School and at north en- 1,. M. Crews Jr. ,
Avery noted that feederstockers Bliss, Tex.Suwannee 'S\VEATING'l\ImDIY Superintendent Williamson that trance to Nettie Baisden School. Otto Dickman
made up 89 per cent of the Grain Corp., L. O. The blackened mummy of a he and the Board had been invitedto Some concern was expressed Finance
run while calves were 25 per cent Curtis Grifiin, Branford prehistoric Chilean copper miner be on the program for the next relative to the forming of a com- Chairman L. M. Crews Jr.
of the total. Suwannee Auto Parts Co., L.O. still exudes a strange "perspira- P-TA meeting to be held on Mar. mittee to further consider recrea- Otto Dickman

One standard slaughter steer SGT. ROBERT N. OLIVE M. R. Zinober, L. O. tion" at New York's American 11, 1963; also an invitation to tion facilities at or adjacent to V. V. Brim
brought $18 per hundred pounds H. M. McCaghren, O'BrienF. Museum of Natural History. persent a similar program for the Douglass High School. Upon recommendation of A.
with one high-cutter selling for Robert N. Olive of Live Oak, I H. Greene, McAlpin Kiwanis Club of Live Oak on Discussion was also held con- Perry Geiger Principal, Branford
$15. Heifers were absent from the has been promoted to staff sergeant Edna Murphy, JacksonvilleMrs. The Miami Seaquarium will Mar. 13, 1963. cerning the need for a field houseor High School and Superintendent

run.Cutter in the United States Air Thomas H. Radford L. O. give the city of Cesenatico, Italy Mr. William H. Wilkins was approved other facility to be used as a Williamson, Mrs. M. Irene Rohas.
and low-utility cows sold Force. Curtis A. Bass, Rt., L. O. another porpoise to replace Pa- as temporary driver for gym for physical education clas- was approved as teacher in Bran-
for $14-$16.50. Commercial bulls Sergeant Olive, an administrative J. I. Deese Sr., Delray Beach looza, a dolphin donated to the the Ralph Moseley bus route. ses and for basketball games at ford High School, subject to the
brought $18-$19.25 with one cut: specialist, is assigned to Mary Catherine Bass, O'Brien city last year which recently died. Superintendent Williamson was Douglass High School. Superin- approval of the Trustees.As .

ter selling for $14.75. Calves were Headquarters, Air Photographicand Roy Jordan, Rt., L. O. authorized to make necessary tendent Williamson presented pic- there was no further business -
absent.A Charting Service at the Or- J. F. Waters, Rt., L. O. MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC changes in routes driven by Fred tures and drawings of some pro- the meeting was adjourned
few choice and fancy feeder- lando AFB. Cliff L. Mobley, Atlanta Ga. INSTRUCTION, SUWANNEE Poucher and Grover Zipperer. posed buildings for considerationby Everett L. Williamson
stocker steers brought $24-$25. The sergeant is the son of Rob- Mrs. F. H. Allardt, Pacific Pali- I COUNTY FLORIDA Discussion was held concerningthe the Board.In Supt. and Secretary
Most goods sold for $21$24.75with ert M. Olive of Rt. 5, Live Oak. sades, Calif.McKeithen. Live Oak, Florida procedure for employing per- an efort to better serve the Board of Public Instruction
a few bringing 18501925. His wife is the former Marion January 19, 1963 son for Head Coach and Athletic county, the Board agreed that individual Otto Dickman, Chairman
Mediums traded at $17.75-$22.25 Scrivener of England. The meeting was called to orderat Director at Suwannee High members would assume Board of Public Instruction
I I Named 9:00: AM., by Otto Dickman,
commons brought
$14.75-$17.75, School Live Oak Florida.
I Chairman. Other members
E and inferiors ranged from $13- pres- Permission
was granted for
Newspapers are the only medi- ent were: V. V. Brim, L. M. Crews, use ..
$15.A few choice heifers brought um where people shop the ads. ROTC Flight ChiefLex Thonis Barnett, and H. E. Vann. of basketball the Old program Armory sponsored for a youth by : FREE
Minutes of the
232523.75 goods sold for $20.- previous meetingwere 24-HOUR
the Church
of Jesus Christ of
McKeithen of Live Oak, a read and 0
25-$22J, mediums averaged $17.70$21.50. .- Hog Sales member of the Air Force Reserve devotional approved.The was given by Latter-Day Saints and supervised "; OXYGEN EQUIPPED
s and commons traded at Mixed 180-210
grades ol pound by Elders, Chad Torgersonand
Officer Training Program at Flor- Rev. Jim Walkup.A I
l $15-$18. barrows and gilts brought $14.65, ida State University, has been discussion held relativeto Bill Porter. Such use was Ambulance Service
I Common cows brought $13.25- 210-240 pounds $14.87, 240-270 was recommended by Principal W. R.
promoted to flight commanderwith
t $19.25 inferiors sold for $13.20$14.25. pounds $13.80, 160-180 pounds the use of football equipmentfor Hall. $: Phone FO 2-3333
the rank of Cadet Captain.He the game between adult teams
$13.75, 140-160 pounds $13.10, Approval was given for the
is the Mr. use
of Mrs.
son and from Lake
City and Live Oak
Common cow-calf pairs brought 120-140 pounds $12.80, 100-120 of buses for transportation of the
Alex McKeithen who reside at 925 Florida. tii n Ai.
''i $17.50-$20.50, inferiors $15.50- pounds $13, and 80-100 pounds Pine Ave. NHA-NFA, Douglass High School
Mr. Paul
Langford Jr., John
\ $16.25. $12.50. to the Florida State Fair at Tam-
McKeithen is in the college of Gaskin, Alfred Foss, and L. C.
J Jt t Calves over 250 pounds: Choice Most sows brought $11.30$12.60while Business I pa, Florida, February 8, 1963. Per- JAMES B. DANIELS
and is
I Roberson
\ $24-$16.25 good $22.25-$25. medi- boars continued to sell for were present and discussed rnission is granted provided buses
majoring in accounting and fin- matters pertaining to the
I um 202522.75 common $16.75- $8. One stag brought $10. ance. He will be commissioned are available. FUNERAL HOME
$21 inferior $15-$16. Medium and good feeder pigs a game. Approval was given for the fol- East Howard St.
2nd Lt. in
April of 1964.
Paul Langford Jr. stated thatno
Medium and calves under lowing requested leaves Shellie B.
good under 60 pounds sold for $11- :
250 pounds brought $22.50$26.50and $14.25. 60-90 pounds brought $10- persons who might endanger Jones, Professional leave to serveas J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. t S1G

commons sold from $13.75- $13.25, and commons under 70 Fennell AssignedTo their eligibility for further Flor- chaperone to Tallahassee, Flo- S. C. BASS JR. :2SBIIEdEVERT
ida High School Activities Association's ,
$19.75. pounds sold from $8-$10. ride, January 18, ,1963, with Douglass -
sponsored activities wouldbe High Choir. POTEET
TRACTORAND Boiling AFBAirman permitted to play. James Miller, professional leave '

Third Class Dess Fen-

nell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dess ...
Fennell Sr., Rt. 1, McAlpin, is being .
FARM MACHINE AUCTION reassigned to Boiling AFB, ..-- ,. ............
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' COLQUITT TRACTOR CO. graduation technical training from specialists the course Air in for Force Amarillo administrative -- i ATYOUR FORD DEALER'S FRIDAY y

Phone Night Airman, Tex. Fennell was trained to The Liveliest of the Lively Ones !

985-5048 MOULTRIE, GEORGIA 985-3275 type, prepare and route official

correspondence, maintain files ti ,
and follow
general office
Piso Harrows & Rotary Cutters Corssiana Cutters tices. prac- Meet Ford's all-new Command Performance cars fresh from their world premiere in

SALES FOR FEB. & MARCH2nd He entered the service in Sep- ,}. Monaco! At center is the hot new Falcon Sprint V-8 that won first in its class at the famed

"We & 4th Mondays-10:00 A.M. tember 1962'Boatright- Monte Carlo Rallye. Bucket seats, sports-type steering wheel, 164-hp V-8 and tachometerare
Specialize In Liquidation Sales"All
Makes of Tractor & Farm MachineryAUCTION Named standard. More news! V-8 engines now available with any Falcon!* Top:the new Fairlane

500 Sports Coupe that took Alpine grades like a native. There'sa

choice of two V-8's and a vinyl covering in black or white for Americans liveliest,
2 Sales Each Month During February & March! Staff SergeantArthur most cam- ree cars!
its Thunderbird roof. Foreground: new Super Torque Ford
Next Sales:
W. Boatright of Live : Sports Hardtop with V-8 zoom up to 425 hp and sleek new roof- FO R D
fp. February 25 March 11 & March 25 :" ;:::i:.>:;::
Large Stock New Cole & Covington Planters & Oak, has been promoted to staff \::?:;::@ line. This beautiful new hardtop looks like a convertible! oTHUIUR"RDtI
sergeant in the United States Air .
Dist. & Parts to fit them. Force. Except Falcon Station Bus. and Club Wagons
Sergeant Boatright, an inflight .
refueling operator, is assigned to # -.4 Iu
Contact the 429th Air Refueling Squadronat : jj
Langley AFB, Va.
Woody Weeks-Bruce Weeks-Jack WeeksGEORGIA'S The sergeant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Boatright of Rt. 4, is 4 \lTh\JThL' J J b
a graduate of Suwannee High
School. He is married to the
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I Ii i iI At Kiwanian Luncheon Growers Urged To Non-Denominational Rites Florida in 1953. flee of the Clerk of tie Ctrcvit Court.

before the 11th day of March
Crews was then appointed assistant oa or
rll Attend Tuesday Meet A. D. 1968 if you ear to com test the
\ Bank county agent in Suwan- same, otaerwhe the allegations of the
Eye Director Requests Flue-cured tobacco growers Advent Christian Church To Host nee County.His you.Complaint will be taken, as confessed by

are urged to attend a meetingin achievements with 4-H Done aa4 ordered fa Live Oak. Suwaanee -

Kiwanian To Give Their the Coliseum Tuesday to discuss World work earned him a promotion to Govftty Florida this 12th day
II Eyes Community Prayer ServiceThe of February A. D. 199.
I proposed-legislation which county agent within a year, mak- (SEAL)

Kiwanians were asked Wednesday, Feb. 14, to donate would permit tobacco growers community World Day of Prayer service will be ing him one of the youngest coun- Lavavgbn clerk of Cfrcvit A. Session.CourtS

their to work together and conduct ty agents in America. waa>ee eo..t,. Florida
eyes. observed in the Advent
Ir ? Christian Church, North Ohio Avenue 40-43
i1 Dr. Sonny Lee director of the bank at the University various group programs.Berry Crews married the former Miss
eye Ii on Friday, March 1, according to an announcementmade Betty Johnson daughter of Mr. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN

Ii; of Florida, appeared before the club requesting by the host pastor, the Reverend Nelson B. Melvin. and Mrs. Leroy Johnson of Lake AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN-

h that the membership think seriously about donating their This traditional i service TY. IN PROBATEIN
,_ which is sponsored by the City. They have three daughters. RE: Estate ofBrantiey
eyes upon death so that others port to speed it to the recipient Appointed church women of Live Oak will Brenda Gaye. Pamela Paul and Bees Mill,

might see. in whatever' part of the countryhe I begin at 10 ajn. Miss Norma Jean 2 Drainage Projects Judy Lynn. Notice Of Filing GeeMHd.Petition For Final

Lee showed a film that was may be located.No County School'sMaintenance Moore. chairman,. Mrs. Harry U. Discharge .1 Administratrix
Slated For CityThe Notice is hereby gives that Ilia'">:
self-explanatory. The film portrayed recipient of sight-giving Nobles and Mrs. Henry Folsom No.3Jr. filed my final return as administra

the story of a child who corneas ever learns the identityof constitute the planning commit- State Road Department trix of to* estate of Brantley Rev.
received the miracle of sight the donor who gave him this Chief announced Tuesday: that bids ., former Suwannee Democrat MHfs deceased and I have filed tnv
petition for final discharge and wIll; on
t through a benevolent donor anda precious gift. tee.The service will be divided intp had been let for drilling two editor from the city's Zoning I the UK day of March. IMS apply t.
Louis J. Berry has been Board of Adjustment and instructed the Honorable Reeee Browm. Judge of
delicate operation. Lee said this operation costs recently three parts. Each of these will drainage wells on State Roads Suwannee
County for approval of
Lee explained that many people the donor nothing and only operating named maintenance and custodial include an appropriate Scripture 10 and 51 in this city. the city attorney to draft a final returns for final discharge as ad

are blinded by corneal de room expenses may be coordinator for Suwannee County selection, a solo ,a meditation and The contract was awarded to resolution commending Wads- Rees ministratrix deceased.of the estate of Brantiey

ficiencies. The cornea a small charged to the recipient. In addition Public Schools. He will be respon- congregational participation. Pastor White Construction Company of worth for his service on the board. Dated Mitts this 13th fey of February

Jelly-like covering over the eye the operation extractingthe sible for the school system's main- James Walkup of the Presby- Chiefland at a cost of $67,108. Wyman Harvard was appointed to A. D. It"MYRTLE L. MILLS

must be scarfree and operative cornea does not disfigure the tenance and upkeep. terian Church will speak on "The 'U fill Wadsworth's post. AS Administratrix of the! Fs-

before the eye can see. The speaker deceased in any way he assured. I Basis Of Prayer"; Pastor Spivey Soil District Furnishes The city's current bills for Jan- tate deceased.of Breathy Rees Mil -,

said that it is these corneas The speaker added that even a I Brabham of the Methodist uary totaling approximately $4- 41-44

that the eye bank needs so des- person who has poor vision and Church will bring a meditation on Films To SchoolsThe 400 were approved by the coun- IN_THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

perately.He wears glasses can donate his cor "The Burden Of Prayer"; and the soil conservation film cil and a check for $600 was issued THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN

explained that an individualcan neas. Chances are his corneas are "\ -. third topic "The Blessings Of "From the Ridge to the River" to the Chamber of Commerce AND FLORIDA.FOR SUWANNEE IN CHANCERY.COUNTY.

donate his corneas to another. in perfect condition. and his lack ( < 'z j Prayer", will be presented by Pastor was furnished for showing to the for its operating expenses. MARY A. ROSE.

Upon death. the transfer of of normal vision is from some ,. : 'T I C. B. Davis of the First Baptist Live Oak and Branford Vocational The city contributed $1.200 to .. Plaiatiff.v. .

corneas from the deceased person other cause. Lee explained. I Church. Agriculture departments. the chamber each year as a regu- DAVID R. ROSE.

into a living person's eyes must Even people who have badly Revs. J. W. Baillie and John Films each on some phase of soil lar item in its yearly budget. Delea4aat.AMENDED NOTICE

be accomplished within 48 hours. damaged eyes are urged to donate Hutcherson from the Westwood and water conservation. are sup- These disbursements are usually IN THE NAME AND BY THE ACTIT
he added. their eyes to this program Lee and plied to the schools each month made in two installments each ORITY OF THE STATE 01' FLORIDA
Baptist the Antioch
: Baptist TO: DAVID R. ROSE Baptist H')MH-
This transfer is speeded by each continued. These damaged eyes Y'.1 Churches respectively will part of the Suwannee River year. tal of CotottM Ceanty.
used in bank'Fcontinuing : Soil Conservation District's educational UU Carotin*:
donor carrying an identificationcard can be the eye the -
periods. The pastor of
I i prayer A sworn Bill of Conptaint ha\n
on his person at all times research program. I .1 I the Nazarene .Church. Rev. Bill program. No.4stock been filed in this Court against p"<>
U J The local Soil Conservation the relief therein Bought being div,>r> t
authorizing physicians to make ...'. Dodd will be in charge of the into cash must not sell out- You are required to answer said Complaint .
Service office will be closed FrIday -
the necessary operations immedi- )' testimonies to answered prayer. I side the county. on or before :March 16. 1 I Feb. 22. because of the legal feral ieg to W. J. Wtetern Jr. In.
ately after death.
Patterson Sisters I I Soloists will be Mrs. Hannah This means that stock awarded Oak. Florida Plaintiffs Attorney a e.t'"
Highway Patrol f holiday according to John Hampton thereof ,
Melvin. Mrs. Sharon Jones and through this program will remainin Decree Pro Confe>;i> v.i 1
Soil Sonservation Service be catered against )'OG.
In Florida, the State Highway 4r G. B. Dees.Through. Suwannee County. The board WITNESS my..*.4 and the ofkl...J
Patrol will rush eye material to For LionsAt the courtesy of Radio technician. agreed that one of the main objectives seal of this Court at Live. Oak. Fl-n.\ !.,
Sing I' this the 10th day of .......ry. l9tii.
either of the state's banks at
eye Station WNER the service may be of this project is to bring LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS

the University of Florida or the of the Lions heard by residents of the Live Oak Haynes Duroc Farms more purebred livestock into the Clerk Circuit Court
the meeting Suwannee County. FlnTllaSEAL
University of Miami where these who find it to attend county and keep it here.
Club Tuesday evening. the Pat- area impossible Place Top Boar Sow ( )
delicate operations be Geraldine .
can per- in UU By: M. Gamble DIN <
terson Sisters daughters of Mr. person.Former J. of O'Brien placedthe
formed. The patrol will also carry T. Haynes
and Mrs. Patterson
grand champion sow and IN
this eye material in refrigerated AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY -
containers to the nearest air- Live Oak presented a program in Resident grand champion boar in the Du exchange listings are being FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
Berry is a life-long resident ol RE: The Estate of
( songs and instrumental music. roc Show at Tampa last week.Haynes' phased out thruout the system. ELIZABETH JANE NEVEILS HARRIS.Deceaaed. .
Suwannee County. He is 32
The trio Carolyn. Sylvia. and years The issuance .
boar was selected over of a new directorywas

i Scientific Feats Mona. sang several selections Including old and Etta married to the former of Dies Services the grand champion boar of Ken- used at the time to change to All creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORS Estate of Eliza
Mary Gaylord. daughter ,
"Wayward Wind", "Hap tucky and Tennessee. Arabia all numeral listings for the exchanges beth Jane Neveila Harris, de<<&8f'd. EI.J
I py Wander", and "Good Bye Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gaylord of Swine Farms of Homersville. Ga.. in the local directory. claims hereby notified and required' to file an::,
demand which
Held or they ha--
i Up Readership At Dad". Mona. the youngest of the Wellborn. Mr. and Mrs. Berry ThursdayFuneral placed the reserve grand champion Hamilton County's three exchanges against aaid estate in the office may of th"o
rendered several solo selec- have two daughters one now attending County Judge of Suwannee County
trio and the
sow and boar. one at Mayo have
Florida in the Court House at Live
is services for Mrs. IreneJ.
Wellborn School.
tions on- the accordion.The Berry U. all been changed to numerical Oak, Florida within six (6) calendar
Suwannee girls are all students of Su. I the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hodgson were held at 3 pjn. listings. month. from the date of the first pub
LibraryRecent lication of this
Berry of Wellborn. Thursday Feb. 14. at the North No.1 notice. Each claim or
wannee High School. Carolyn is a The directory issued this monthis demand must be filed in duplicate. in
and Berry attended public schoolsin Shore Methodist Church under This is a fact widely recognizedand writing and must state the place <.!
senior Sylvia a freshman dated February 1963 and
scientific was
residence and poet office address of the
Suwannee County before being the direction of Hardage and few communities the size of
have increased interest at the Su Mona a Junior High student. produced in the Suwannee Demo- claimant and must be sworn to by tbe
inducted into military service Sons Funeral Home. ours do not have such a group to claimant his agent or his attorney <.J r:
wannee River Regional Library in The program was under the direction crat plant. Approximately 5000
it will become
where he served for six years. be_ Rev. O. H. Hudgins former carry on the growth and develop- void according to taw.
books on all aspects of science.A of Joseph Massengill. who new telephone books were placedin ALFRED T. AIRTHAdministrator
ing discharged in 1954. He has pastor of the church and Rev. S. ment of the economy of their
introduced the to the Lions.
new display. "The world of girls the local Post Office Monday 41-44
science." has been set up at the The girls were accompanied to I I been traveling for Wholesale H. Russell pastor officiated. area.Membership afternoon for distribution in the -
Burial in the Evergreen Cemetery In the chamber is CALL
Electric was FOR
Hardware Plumbing and BIDS
library. in Live Oak this week to the meeting by their parents and three county area.Public NOTICE i.
one way all can have a partIn hereby given that the
Companies for eight He is a
show some of the latest books on were introduced to the Lions by years. Board of County Commissioners of Su-
this Important subject. the chairman. / member of the Wellborn Metho- Mrs. Hodgson died early Tuesday this growth and development. wannee County. Florida request sealed
program dist Church and has been a certified Feb. 12 in a Jacksonville hos- Active participation In the pro- bids on the following item:
Books displayed include RachelCarson's Prior to the program further NoticesLEGAL One (1) U.N' lb. chasm Motor .
"Silent Spring." a book plans were made and discussed Lay Speaker for the past pital after a lengthy illness. gram of the chamber Is another and shall be powered by a full diesel

abouji modem insecticides that has relative to the Lions fish fry to be seven years. He is also past mas- She was born in Suwannee way to make lasting contribu- engine Engine of not shall less be than of she 115(I'horsepower.cylinder

stirred up a great deal of contro- held Thursday Feb. 28, at Suwannee ter of the Wellborn Masonic County, Nov. 4, 1923 and was a tions to the future of the. com NOTICE design and develop not fe*. than 115
munity. Notice is hereby given to all person horsepower at 3990 RPM sad
be either
graduate of Suwannee High /
versy throughout the nation. River State Park. Lodge. I whom it may concern that I will not be of the two or four cycle type. It shall
Especially timely are many volumes U. Mr. and Mrs. Berry and daugh- School. Response to the drive shouldbe responsible for any obligations incurred be equipped with electric starter gene-
heavy. by anyone except: n.yulf or by Ned D.I.- rtor, k arm ter, dry type filter and
which describe progress in ters reside at their own home two Mrs. Hodgson worked with the gal as my Attorney in Fact. air cleaner service indicator.
the exploration of outer space.I Record miles southwest of Wellborn. schools in Jacksonville several UUNo.2 Marvin P. (Mickey) Delegal TRANSMISSION:

"We seven" by the Astronauts tell Coding Expert Berry has been serving in his years and had worked in the office 40-43 constant The Transmission mesh shall fce of the
type with at least
how they feel about their careers. Assists Hospital Staff new capacity since Jan. 1. of the supervisor of registra- mittee chairman. Major In the Board, of NOTICEThe Public speed. forward and two speeds in six re.
of verse.
Another new one is "America on U. tion. She was an active member Florida National Guard and staff Suwannee County. Florida will receive CLUTCH:
the moon" by Jay Holmes. "The Betty Wood McNabb. RRL. returned of various clubs and organizations officer Civil Defense Rural Area' sealed bids for the rent of .5 acres of tobacco Heavy duty dov Me dice, oil type pre-
Charlie C. Skeen for the 1963
to Albany today after year. All bid. submitted erred.
American Heritage history of and a charter member of
chairman Soil Conservation District should be sealed and will be opened BRAKES:
flight" Is a beautifully illustrated spending two days at the Suwan- the North Shore Methodist secretary-treasurer. Tobacco in the office of the Superintendent The grader shall be e..ipped with
book that tells much about avia nee County Hospital assisting the Church of Jacksonville. in the Agricultural Building on Pine STEERING0 the rear "**> W""".
81 Dies Services Inc. secretary-treasurer. Street in Live Oak Florida. on Tuesday.
tion. I hospital staff in coding proce- Tuesday March 5. 1963.
i Survivors include her husband. Sunday School teacher and The grader shall be clipped with
Individual biographies of famous dures and other requirements of I Fall payment will be due from the mechanical with .Wet'.' booster
Henry H. Hodgson Sr. of Jack- for
Mr. Charlie Calhoun Skeen. 81. Training Union teacher and spon successful bidder at the time of the opening ease of operatte
scientists available at the the Medical Record Department.Mrs. bids. The Board TIRES
sonville; one son. Charles Jack- reserves the :
died Tuesday afternoon followinga sor at the First Baptist Church
right to reject all bids.Everett. AU
library also provide an exciting McNabb came at the request ahaD be esipped with
Hodgson of Jacksonville her
lengthy Illness. He was born ; and counselor for Boy Scouts of L. Williamson 140 a 24, 8 ply ttre..
mirror of the forward in of the hospital administra- I BLADE
progress parents Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Jack- Superintendent :
and reared in Suwannee County.A America.
science. tor. She is in charge of the Medical 40-41 The grader ... be e,1oed with
retired farmer and a memberof son of Live Oak; two sisters. Mrs. Crews is a member of the Elks fourteen foot ..... a
Other recently published books Record Department of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Louise Coleman of Jacksonville. CONTROLS:
the Nazarene Church of Live Chamber of Commerce P-TA
about science are "Music of theSpheres" Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospitalin THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Controls shall be. eitII-er mecbanicaJ
and Mrs. Helen Alvarez of Tam-
Fair Association Pi Kappa Alpha FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN. or hydrauHe.
by Guy Murchie and Albany and serves as consultIng Oak.Survivors NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY CAB
pa; and several nieces and nep- :
include Agont's As-
two daugh- Fraternity, County
"1,001 Questions Answered AboutAstronomy" registered medical record librarian hews. DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF The cab !**" be of the eaeloeed type
ters. Mrs. Nat Mizell and Mrs. sociation University of Florida MAUDE R. RODGERS. with safety glass.
by James to number of .
Pickering. a hospitals.Her
Mack McCall both of Live Oak: Active pallbearers were J. A. Alumni Association and tne Ki- All bids shall be hi the office of the
All these. and many other bookson book "Medical Record Pro- 3erk of the CfreaH Cwirt
Newman Sr., W. A. Hunter B. Oak.
three sisters Mrs. Jessie Brown wanis Club. RODGERS. Fiends
not later
science than l'tt A.M.
are on display now at cedures For Small Hospitals" is Defendant on
and Mrs. Vinnie Brown of Live Bell R. A. Mallard, E. P. PierceJr. Crews was nominated for this Tuesday, March I. III' at which time
your library. Other exhibits and used by many hospitals. She travels TO: Jimmie L. Rodgers. whose last the J bids will be publicly
displays will be regularly featuredIn to and from the hospitals she Oak and Mrs. Addie Bailey of and L. Sharp Jr. honor by Doyle Conner, Commissioner known Georgia.You .address is Fort Gordon, The Board reserve the right to re.
Honorary pallbearers were W. ect any and all bids.
Oakland Park; seven grandchildren of Agriculture who said
the future. are hereby notified
serves by plane. that a Complaint Board of County
and nineteen great-grand- B. Mills, E. B. Kirkpatrick Jr., he has "distinguishgd himself for a divorce has been filed in Suwannee CoMty. Florida Commissioners

children. Dr. Wade Rizh Dr. C. B. Roesch through his Intense interest hard the above to serve named a Court and of you are required '/ La1l"e B. Robersea
copy Answeror
Funeral services will be con- Dr. J. W. Bonds. Wylie Pierce J. work and long list of accomplishments Pleading to the Complaint your upon the ATTEST: Chainaan

LOW LONG INTEREST TERM St. Francis Guild ducted Thursday at 3 pjn. in the E. Chalker and W. E. Rodeheaver. In Florida's number one Plaintiffs Slaughter P.Attorney O. Box 808 Wm.Live Randall Oak. Clerk/Lavaugha to the Board A. Baseless.

To.Sponsor Nazarene Church with Rev. Bill industry 'agribusiness'. Florida and file the original in the of 41-42
SupperThe .
Dodd officiating. Burial will follow "Not only has he been active in

Federal Land St. Francis Guild of the St. in the City Cemetery. UF Alumni GroupTo his field. but has done an out-

Bank Loans Francis Xavier Catholic Churchof Active pallbearers are Clifford standing job in community and FRANK HADDON'SHICKS
See 'Gator' FilmThe
Live Oak will sponsor a family Chitwood, Harry Mills, Marvin civic affairs," Conner praised.

CONTACT supper Saturday night betweenthe Phillips ,Jesse Lindsey, James Suwannee County Chap- The agent Is the son of Mrs. BROAD LEAF NC 95

hours of 6 and 8 pjnv at the Smith and Perry Skeen. ter of the University of Florida Arrie Crews and the late Joe Order
LOCAL OFFICE Live Oak Woman's Club. Honorary pallbearers are Barney Alumni Association will host Crews.

Tickets are on sale to the gen- Long. R. W. Rex, J. D. Green. Dean R. C. Beaty, director of He graduated from Columbia TEXACO SERVICE

Telephone eral public by members of the Earl DeCastro, and A. L. Jacobs the Alumni Lolality Fund, at High School in Lake City and STATION

FO 2-1525 Guild and will also be on sale at Sr.James a dinner Friday evening. served In the United States Army BEST TOBACCO PLANTSSouth

the door. Adult tickets are $1.00 B. Daniels Funeral Home Dean Beaty win bring the with 14 months in Korea. After Ohio Ave.

and children 75 cents. was in charge of arrangements.Ward's group up to date on the cur- his tour of duty. he entered and LIVE OAK, FLORIDADay

rent activities of the Alumni graduated from Gordon Military

Association and show* a film College in 1950. He received his Phone Night Phone

on the highlights of the 1962 BS degree from the College of FO 2-2594 FO 22963A

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Bank To Present Branford ---.

Diplomas, Sponsor School -r:

SUWANNEI EMOCRAT Spelling Match Menu -.-.

The Branford State Bank will February 25 through March 1

1 ? I of LIVE OAK. FLORIDA present High School the with seniors miniature of Branford diplo- Grilled Hamburgers MONDAY

mas upon their graduation on Lettuce & Tomatoes
Mayo 30. These billfold size diplomas Pinto Beans with Ham
will be lamenated and Spiced Apple Sauce .
good for a lifetime.A. Buns Butter Mttk.;.
Jack Phillips, president of TUESDAY '.
Mitchell HomeConsumed the institution, said the bank is All Meat Stew
News From BranfordBY
vitally interested in school pro- Steamed Cabbage
In Fire grams and the youth of this com- Steamed Rice
munity. PrunesRolls
MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS Through the years, these tiny Butter Milt!
2 Others SavedFlames diplomas will serve to remind our WEDNESDAYFried
youth of one of their finest accomplishments Chicken

Mr.And Mrs. Fred Aderholt Installed Famed TV Circus AyK from an unknown addition,,the he added.In bank .will co- Tossed Mashed Salad Potatoes
source Wednesday at 3:30 ajn.
sponsor a county-wide spellingbee Ambrosia Cookies

Worthy Matron,Patron At OES RitesThe Slated To Perform. an gutted old landmark the B. C.of Mitchell Branford home, and, The which bee begins will be in conducted April. on Rolls THURSDAY Butter Milk

nearly spread to consume two
Branford Chapter No. 112, neighboring homes. the fifth-sixth and seventh- Chili Con Carne
Order Eastern Star, installed officers At School eighth grade levels. First prizes in Saltines
stood behind the altar "Our Wor- High Mrs. B. C. Mitchell called the
Thursday, Feb. 14, at the thy Matron and Our Worthy Pa- Branford Volunteer Fire Depart- each division will be a $25 sav- Pimento Cheese Sandwteh
ings bond. Second will be cash Grapefruit Sections
Masonic Temple in Branford.Mr tron", which was sung by the The All American Indoor Cir- ment by telephone from a neigh. $5
and all other participants will Chocolate Cup Cakes
receive -
., and Mrs. Fred Aderholt, group. cus from International Big Top bor's home. .
$1.Sportsman Bread Butter MIlk
outgoing Worthy Matron and The principal installing officer TV programs will present 10 .,f :: The dry timbers in the old two- FRIDAY
Worthy Patron, were honored by was Mrs. Estelle Aderholt who has thrilling circus acts on stage in ?,. story building blazed with a fury Pink Salmon Pattfe
their officers with a courtesy, twice served as Worthy Matronin person at the Branford High that could not be quenched. As Chili Hears Cole Slaw
"A Garden Of Flowers", and the Branford chapter first School Gymnasium at 2:30 and the fire grew hotter the home's Game Commission TalkThe Baked CornMarshmallow
were presented gifts from the in 1952 and again in 1962. 8 pjn. Saturday.The old tin roof blew completely off Suwannee% River SportsmanClub Square

chapter. In addition, Mrs. Aderholt has show is sponsored by the the building and exploding sparks held its regular meeting Mon- Bread Butter Milk
The incoming officers installedwere Instructorand Branford High School Athletic a incinerated the nearby homes of .
served as past Grand y day night, Feb. 18, in the American -
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Witherall Glen Murray and Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Grand Warden of the Department.This .
+ the
past !v Yx Legion Hall with President freedom of the press
Worthy Matron and Worthy Grand Chapter of Florida. is a guaranteed entertain- H. Brooks. R. G. Griffith presiding. is one of the great bulwarks of
Patron; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Other installing officers were ment treat for the entire family fk The fire department was able There were twenty membersand liberty and can never be restrain
Mickler, Associate Patron and As- Cornell of Lake City, to save both of these residencesbut four visitors ed but "
Mrs. Henry with famous TV circus acts in present. The by despotic government.
sociate Matron; Mrs. W. E. Smith, Marshall; Mrs. Eva Clark of Lake person, educated dogs, trained ;. the Mitchell home was com- visitors were from the Florida Constitution of the State of Vir-
Secretary; Mrs. Orman Aderholtand City, Chaplain; and Mrs. Ella animals, jugglers aerialists, ;j>.4 A...y v pletely destroyed. Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- ginia, adopted June 29 1776.
Mrs. Beatrice Strickland, of Both the Murrays and the mission.A .
Messer Lake City organist. clowns, acrobats, wire walkers,
Condructress and Associate Con- The Masonic Hall was stun- and dare devil stunt performers.The Brookses expressed their appreci- talk was given by a spokes-
ductress; Mrs. Mildred Jones, ningly decorated in the rich colors Saturday afternoon and w5i ?PfI ation to the volunteer firemen man of the Game and Fish Commission -
Chaplain; James Sanchez, Mar- of Valentines. The refresh- whose efforts had prevented their and two movies were
evening community
shall; Mrs. Grace Sanchez, Ada; ment table was covered in soft, event for all kids from a six to six- homes from being destroyed.The shown. Supper consisting of fish
Mrs. Verna Hazel, Ruth; Mrs. white linen imbued with a radi- ty. Mitchells thanked the department and all the trimmings was prepared -
Gladys Starling, Esther Mrs. Es- TV BIG TOP for its tireless efforts to IN
; ant arrangement of red camelliasand and served by G. D. Fletcher -
telle Aderholt, Martha; Mrs. Valentine cake. save their home and added their R. O. Humphries and Loran JASPER HIGHWAY
Myrle Thomas, Electa; and, Mrs. appreciation to neighbors and Terry. Phone 362-182
Delia Strickland, Warden. Mr. And Mrs. R. E. Hatch Celebrate friends for their services and .
Other officers that were unableto The Building Maintenance kindnesses. BEST FRIED CHICKEN
Delia Duncan Circle
attend are Henry E. Aderholt, Committee of the Branford Wom- & SEAFOOD IN TOWN
Sentinel; and C. D. Starling, an's Club will sponsor a Tupperware 44th Anniversary With Dinner Party Meets On Monday
.. Vi Fry 99c % Fry Gge
( )
Treasurer party tonight Thursday
Branford FHA The Delia Duncan Circle of the Served
Mr. and Mrs. Witherall were at 7:30 in the club house. Everyone I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hatch were 1 white with a touch of red roses, First Baptist Church in Branfordmet Salad with and French Hot Rolls Fries,
honored with a song while they is invited to attend. ,honored with a dinner party at I a heart, and two wedding bells. Monday,Feb. 18, in the homeof
the Red Barn Restaurant in Lake Those attending were Mr. and To Sell Suppers Mrs. Annie Ruosch with 17 CATFISH, SHRIMP
City Friday, commemorating their Mrs. Rudolph Hatch and family, members and 1 visitor present. DINNERSWith
SPREADER SERVICE forty-fourth wedding anniversary.The Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hatch and The Branford Chapter of the The meeting was opened with All The Trimmings
dining hall was attractively family, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Future Homemakers of Americawill : prayer by Mrs. V. M. Moses. Mrs. $1.50
decorated in red and white. Daughtry; and family of Lake sell the.
suppers Saturday. Glen Murray was in charge of the
FAST AND COURTEOUS SERVICE FOR The tables were arranged in a City, and Mr and Mrs. R. E. high school cafeteria from 5 to 8' program, "Christian Witnessing". O Fresh Custard Ice Cream
ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL "U" shape and covered with Hatch. The Hatches have two Members taking part on the Milk Shakes, and Sundaesof
CONTACT white linen cloths.A large red and other children, Mrs. Walter E. pjn.The menu will consist of fried program were Mrs. Leona Gunter, All Flavors.
white arrangement of camelliasand Long and Robert Hatch of Jack- chicken, salad, ,
potato green Miss Fannie Duncan Mrs. Allen O Root Beer 40 Per Gallon
MONROE A. BOATRIGHTRt red and white candles were sonville, who were unable to attend beans,rolls, butter, cake, and your Price, and Mrs. Thomas Fletcher. We Furnish Jugs
1, McAlpin SP 6-2551 placed on the head table. Small because of illness in the choice of tea or coffee. The whole Following a brief business session -
nosegays were placed down the family. meal will sell for one dollar.In the hostess served cake, potato WATCH FOR Ic SALE
ORHOWARD center of the other tables. addition, these suppers can chips and dip, and punch. WE CATER TO
THOMASRL The anniversary cake was "A free press stands as one of I be delivered to you. Just call 935- The next meeting is set for Mar.
4, Live Oak SP 6-2576 baked and decorated by Mrs. Ru- the great interpreters between 3335 or 935-3591 or contact any 18 at the home of Mrs. R. L. Grif- TAKE OUT ORDERS
dolph Hatch. It was decorated in government and the. people. FHA member,,, fill




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'fjfg -fxi Miss Myrtle Charlotte Ammons Baptist Church Circle Violet PoPPa Circle Mrs. Julian Drawdy

Meets Tuesday MorningThe Met Monday Afternoon Hostess To CircleMrs.

Y. 1 y.. kh xQy Catherine Adams Circle of the : Julian Drawdy was hostessto
Mary The Violet Poppe
+R Circle of the First Baptist Church First Baptist Church met Monday the Eleanor Howell Circle of

W'OlOMEN met with Mrs. Ralph Cox at her afternoon in the home of Mrs. W. Westwood Baptist Church when
t home on Pearl Avenue Tuesday L. Groover with eight members they met at nine-thirty last

\ morning at 9:30 with eight mem- present. Thursday morning.
bers present. The meeting was opened J ith The meeting was opened with
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Refreshments were served priorto prayer by Mrs. Henry Skinner. prayer by Mrs. G. H. BarineauMrs.
Barineau was also in chargeof
the meeting. The program "Christian Witnessing" -
t Reports from various chairmenwere taken from the Royal the program entitled "ChrIS-
'- Johnson-Howell Rev. A. S. Dodrill given during the business Service Magazine was presentedby tian Witnessing". Thoee taking

Nuptial Rites Honored With PartyThe meeting presided over by Mrs. S. :Mrs. S. A. Williams Mrs. H. L. part on the program were Mrs. C
T. McDowell.It Mrs. O. Palmer Mrs. Edith Sessions-
Goff, Mrs. Jackson Bispham,
Jeanne Elizabeth Howell dau-
Rev. A. S. Dodrill was hon- ., was announced that visita- Mrs. Skinner. Mrs. Mack Todd Mrs. Howard Lt-
.. Groover
ghter of Mrs. Eulie Howell and W.
ored Thursday night, Feb. 14, Fevre. and Mrs. N. S. Sutton.
the late Mr. Howell of this city tion in preparation of the revival The minutes of the Januarymeeting -
with a surprise birthday party that would begin Sunday wouldbe were read and approved Mrs. Todd was in charge o: tht>
and Charles G. Johnson Jr., son by of the Pleasant
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. John- given members the community mission project during the business meeting pre- business meeting.
which he is I
Hill Church of pas- Heart
shaped cakes cookie
for February. circle cup
son Sr., were united in marriageon : sided over by Mrs. Skinner
Friday February fifteenth at tor.The Mrs. Tom Whisler had charge' chairman.The potato chips and pink punch were
the home of the bride's mother on I group gathered in front of of the program, "Christian Wit- meeting was closed with served by the ho6&e s.
South Ohio Avenue with the Rev. his home blowing car horns and nessing". Assisting her were Mrs. prayer by Mrs. Melvin Wright. Eleven members were present.
W. T. Newsome officiating at the when he came to the door to investigate } ?. Cox Mrs. O. F. Sullivan, Mrs. Len The hostess served cherry pie The next meeting will be held

seven o'clock ceremony. they began to sing McDonald Mrs. Dave Austin, and coffee during the social hour. at the home of Mrs. N. S. Sutton
White mums and white gladioli "Happy Birthday". and Mrs. Jesse Graham. .
sprayed with pink formed the Several of the ladies preparedthe Mrs. Graham closed the meet- Associated Charities

floral designs for the nuptial rites. refreshment table which was ing with prayer. Miss Geiger And
Miss Carol Davis was maid of covered with a white cloth. Mrs. McDowell will be hostessto Holds Workshop

honor and the bride's only attend- The punch bowl, entwined with the circle in March at her Mrs. Camper Wed On Wednesday the Associated

ant. She. wore a blue wool sheath ivy and red camellias was placedat home on Pine Avenue. became the brideof Charities were hostess at a work
and corsage of pink carnations.Bill one end of the table while at Charlie Douglas (Chuck) Cam- shop in the home of Mrs. Morgan
Johnson served as best man. the other end was a three-tiered Miller at 612 Demorest.The .
in home of Mr. and Mrs.
The bride sheath dress of birthday cake with the inscrip- Ann Parham Circle per the
wore a ::: W. M. Harrell,. at seven-thirty o'- meeting was for the pur-
off white winter wool with long tion "We Love You Happy Birth pose of making bandages and
clock February eighth, with the
tapered sleeves trimmed in gold day". Met With Mrs. DeesMrs. dressings that will be needed for
Rev. J. W. Baillie officiating.The
braid. Her accessories were of gold. The group enjoyed playing sev- i-: J. M. Dees was hostess to bride, daughter of Mrs. Cecil bed ridden patients in Suwannpo
She carried a nosegay of pink eral Biblical games and then presented -
the Ann Parham Circle of the Buckles of Lake City and the County.
carnations and net with pink and Rev. Dodrill with a com-
First Baptist Church Monday af- late L. E. Buckles was given in
gold satin streamers.Mrs. plete new outfit. ternoon with nine members and marriage by her brother CharlesW.
Howell wore a beige jacket Refreshments were then served OS
dress with matching accessoriesand with Mrs. Louise Hingson presid- Mrs. Oscar L. Ammons of this city announces the engagement three visitors present. Buckles. The bridegroom is the 7oto
Mrs. H. M. Hingson, chairman of Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Camperof
pink and white carnation at the bowl and Rev. to
a ing punch and approaching marriage of her daughter, Myrtle Charlotte presided over the business meet-
Bristol Va.
corsage. Dodrlll cutting the birthday cake. Elmo Ray Williams, son of Sirs. John B. Williams also of this city.
Mrs. Johnson wore a cham- Pictures made of the occasion ing.Mrs. A reception was held in the 666
were Miss Ammons and Mr. Williams are graduates of Suwannee Cornelius B. Davis was in
home of Mr. and :Mrs. Harrell fol-
,paigne embroidered sheath with during the evening. t Je
green accessories and a pink and High School. charge of the prayer service for lowing the wedding.
white carnation corsage.A The wedding will be solemnized in the chapel of The Churchof the coming revival.

reception followed the cere- Rosemary WMU Met Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Lake City. March six- Following the prayer meetingthe
mony. Mrs. W. M. Jernigan assisted teenth at seven o'clock. members presented the program GEORGIA ANGUS ASSOCIATION"ALL
With Mrs. GreenThe "Christian Witnessing".
in serving at the reception. Wedding invitations will not be sent, but all friends and rela-
Taking part were Mrs. G. B. STAR SHOW AND SALE"
Following a tour down the state
Rosemary WMU met and reception.
the wedding
tives of the couple are invited to
Dees Sr., Mrs. Hingson Mrs. Ike
the will live on Route 4, *
couple: Thursday afternoon. Feb. 7, at
Abbott and Mrs. G. C. Bryant. SELLING 5-Reg. Breeding Age Bulls, Graded A, AA AAA.
where he is engaged in farming. the home of Mrs. Jimmie Green.
Mrs. Parnell Hostess To Church Circle 45-Reg. Females Open and Bred.
Mrs. Dees served refreshmentsat
The bride is a secretary for W. J. Mrs. Billy Jenkins presided over -
Winburn attorney.Mr. The Everley Hayes Circle of Immediately following the lunch- the close of the meeting DATE February 25, 1963.
the meeting in the absence
and :Mrs. Johnson are both the president Mrs. Frank Jenkins the Antioch Baptist Church met eon they will go to the Advent PLACE Livestock Pavilion Coastal Plains Experiment Station
graduates of Suwannee High Monday night at the home of Christian Home at Dowling Park Tifton Georgia.
School. Sr.The Mrs. Francis Parnell on South and have a visitation with the elderly Redbud Circle To
TIME SHOW 9:30 A. M.
devotional was given by ...
their community
Pearl Avenue. people as
Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Green led SALE1:00 P. M.
The devotional was given by mission project for the month of Meet TonightThe
in prayer. CONSIGNORS Georgia Leading Angus Breeders
0 Mrs. Owen Roberson.The March. Redbud Circle of the Live
i Each member took part in FURTHER
program chairman, Mrs. Mrs. Sapp dismissed the meet- Oak Garden Club Inc., will meet
missionary study and it was
PESTONTROtSEllCl closed with prayer by Mrs. Bill Parnell presented the program Ing with prayer rememberingthose tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 at the CARL O. PARKER, Fieldman
"Christian Witnessing". on the prayer calendar. Garden Center.
i Nobles.Other members present were Program topics and those tak- Following the meeting refresh- The previously announced date TeL SII 3-8285 3858 Mathis Street

Mrs. Ira Kight and Mrs. Claude ing part are as follows: "I Will ments were served by the hostess of the meeting was changed due MACON GEORGIA

mice y Stevens. Visitors were Mrs. Allan Do The Best I Can", Mrs. J. D. and a social period enjoyed. to conflicting meetings. .
"Where I Am" Mrs. James
silverfish Sapp; ,
Wooley Mrs.Bill Nobles and Mrs.
"With What I Have",
call roaches Edgar Hardee.
John Gates "For Jesus'Sake"
Mrs. ;
The hostess served refresh-
ments at the close of the meeting.Mrs. Mrs. Parnell; and "To f

Kight will be hostess to the day", Mrs. Roberson.Mrs. SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT "
WMU at their next meeting' Royale opened the pro- >' -- ...::.- -- ,.
for the sake of home
f your PJ'hurdA.v.MA.r"; '1., _. ,gram rDllcrwlnRtiro with prayer._ yrosraraMrs __,."* J, : -.
Leslie Gandy circle chairman .- ,
presided over the business meet-

ing.The ...
circle voted to have a cov- /

: why suffer from ered dish luncheon Friday Mar. .-. -
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22, at the home of Mrs. Gates. :.. t .:; It, rL' r1; r'j'

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Feterf On '., .
Bad Humor ? BirthdayMrs.
Dewey Rogers entertainedwith
a birthday party for her son
Darrell on his eleventh birthday

Get New LOW COST Wednesday February 13, at their

Mrs. Rogers was assisted in
AMERICAN-ta1t Serving and entertaining the

guests by Mrs. J. B. Bennett.Ice .

cream. Cokes and punchwas
Whole House Heating and Cooling served to the following invit-

ed guest: Greg and Dale Bennett,
Charley Warren, Cliff Hunter

For free eftfmofo cd Wade Buster Russell Ward Gregory and Jerry Wilkison Lee pEoIt ;

Howard. Debbie and Mylinda

Thomas Michael Ross, Tannis
and Sheena Sleigh and the hon-
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PHONE FO 2-2188 Kay Vickie, and Cindy Rog-

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D. Clement, deceased late of said County REQUEST FOR BIDS which they have against said estatein
I Worthless Checks Speeders Plague County CourtEditor's I to the County Judge of Suwannee Suwannee County Arthropod Control the office may of the County Judge of Su gas 4 losers range coffee; 1 Gibson cruamtn Refrigerator; t dozen
County Florida at his office in the requests bids for one new 1963 % ton wannee County Florida im the courthouse saucers; 3 frying! ,.... 15 desert
court house of said Live Oak chas-
County at Chevrolet or G.M.C, truck cab and at Live Oak Florida within six dishes 3 small eof'ee
; X dozen
i costs of and I Florida within six calendar months from sis only to meet the following specifications calendar months from the date of the pots;
( Note: The followingis James Bixler Clayton and Jasper to defraud, court $25 the time of the first publication of this : first publication of this notice. Each table knives: 1 doom table forks: 1
a list of cases that appeared Loran Carter Jr., taking duck after restitution; H. D. Allen, public notice. Each claim or demand shall be in 6 or 8 cylinder engine of at least 150 claim or demand must be in writing and ers aotta; 1 ta Kelvinator spoons;Refrigerator 1 dotem KM(heat-cooler -
before county court or were ad- hours forfeited $20 bond; drunkenness $40 or 20 days; writing and shall state the place of horsepowerOil must state the place of residence and ) Ser. No. 675M7S: 1 Kehrtaator
residence and post office address of the bath air cleaner post office address of the claimant and Refrigerator
ministered through the county Marlin M. Thomas Jr., hunting James Robert Taylor speeding, claimant, and shall be sworn to by the Oil filterAlternator must be sworn to by the claimant. his er znfecdkMons(not cooking servicabte utensil) ; oth-:
judge's office during the monthof without license forfeited $25 $25 or 10 days. claimant, their agent attorney. and any agent, or his attorney or it will become 1 gas range 2 hunp shades (new)
inch claim or demand not so filed shall Full width rear view window void according to law and must be
; 2 eases Pepsi Cola C beds (double -
January. These cases are a bond; Leon A. McKeithen hunting David Corbin Hardenbrook be void.MARGARET Full depth foam seat filed in duplicate. ) complete with mattresses: :5
y matter will forfeited causing accident $25 or 10 days; H. CLEMENT Heater and defroster Virginia D. Wells. bs
!' of public record and without duck stamp As Administratrix of the Estate of Heavy duty cooling system Executrix of the Will of single) complete with mattresses -
7 straight emirs 4
hereafter be run In this news- $20 bond; Robert James Smith Roy Vanmeter reckless driving, H. D. Clement deceased Turn signals John L. Wells deceased. ;;4 chests of drawers (large armchairs ) ,
paper at the end of each monthas driving without license forfeited $35 or 10 days; Roy Vanmeter, 3S-41 5 Flat 700x15 base 2 piece 6 ply rims tires 8-41 3 ettects of drawers (small) ; 1 wall!

a public service.) $35 bond; A. F. Bowles allowing' driving without licenses $25 or 10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Heavy duty overload springs NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR Mirror threw ;rags 1 ;dresser 3 gas beaters with Mirror* blankets : :..
A. E. Milton ,worthless check unauthorized person to operate days; Charlie Spoman McDaniel, IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY 3 speed transmission end TRADE NAME LAW ; 4 dosen bath towels 4 dozen
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Low speed rear TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: band towel. < bed spreads (dou-
court costs of $25 and restitution; motor vehicle court costs of $12: driving without license. $7.50 2 outside rear view mirrors
RE: The Estate of Notice is hereby given that the undersigned bIe5 bed spreads (single) ; 1--:
N. W. Padgett worthless check Rufus Thompkins possession of court costs; Nathaniel Jessie. M. A. BEST. in Bids of will(1)be considered 1952 Ford on pickup the trade-which pursuant to the fictitiousname pillow; 3 dozen pillow eases: t doen :-
court costs of $25 and restitution; liquor where prohibited with intent reckless .driving $25 or 10 days; Notice Deceased.Of Intention To Apply may be inspected by appointment. Bids 865.09.statute.Florida Chapter Statutes.20953 1941., or will Section reg- sheets beater; 3; air conditioners. 1 electric -

Mrs. C. D. Bryant worthless to sell forfeited $25 bond. Wm. Ellsworth Taylor, no tag For Final Discharge Of Executrix will in opened the office February of the 25. 1963.Suwannee at 9 ister with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 swing Nt and slide; 1 inside door
costs James Garner Notice is hereby given that I have in and for Suwannee County. Florida (not attached) ; 2 pieces 1H" galvanized -
court .
check court costs of $25 and restitution William Irving Johnson, willful $7.50 ; filed my final return as the sole remaining County Health Department.We upon receipt of proof of publication of pipe. approximately 12long
; 'Willie Wilson misde- and wanton reckless driving fined Carmichael, speeding $15 or 5 qualified executrix of the Es- reserve. the right to reject any this notice the fictitious name to-wit: : 51 6" x: 8" _..blocks ; 1')
tate of )I. A. Best deceased, and tny and all bids.Suwannee Suwannee River Realty 8" x: 8" cement blocks: 1-55 gallon -
meanor, fined $25; Wm. B. Redding $35( and surrendered license for 15 days; B. L. Bufford, petition for final discharge and I will County Arthropod Control under which I will engage in business. oil druID 1 250 gallon underground
worthless check court costsof George Richard Walden, groceries with intent to defraud, apply to the Honorable Reece Brown. 39-41 I expect to engage in business in Live gas tank (butane):: 1 Ever
days; court costs of $25 and restitution: I County Judge in and for Suwannee Oak. Florida and my address is 4 miles Sharp Lawn Mower (need), Ser
$25 and restitution; Edward reckless driving $30 or 10 days; County. Florida on March 11, 1963 at REQ'JEST FOR BIDS SE of Live Oak on Fla. Highway 49. No. 01 Iii; 2 used auto tires 1O
Boyd careless display of weapon J. Taylor driving while license Phillip Morgan Odom, reckless 10:00 o'clock A. M. for approval ef my Suwannee County Arthropod Control The extent of ownership u entire. :x 15 Star brand; 2 step tedders
i Leroy Edward Taylor final return and for final discharge as request sealed bids for approximately WINSTON J. ROGERS Public notice is hereby given that *
dismissed on motion of affiant; revoked sentenced to 10 driving, ; the sale remaining qualified executrix of 13,000 gallons of No. 2 diesel oil delivered Dated this 30th day of January A.D. will on March 4. 1963. at 114 o'clock\
Alan Delroy) Witt causing accident (to be served on week ends); careless !display: of weapon, dis- the Estate of M. A. Best deceased. to the City Barn in metered 330 1963. A. M. on said day at the premises b.'r.-
days missed. Dated this January %8. 1963. gallon lots as called for by Suwannee WINSTON J. ROGERS inabove described sell at public: auctu>,
fined $15; Vernon Lafayette David Shirah causing an accidentand Eloise D. Lewis County Arthropod Control. 89-42 for cash lawful money of the United
Massengil. speeding forfeited $35 the forfeitedtwo Sole remaining qualified Executrix Successful bidder will be required to States all the right, title claim a;?i
leaving scene
"The advertisement is one of 38-41 furnish one handpump and one skid tankto NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE interest of said defendant, William R
bond. $35 bonds; Carroll Nathaniel be located at the Live Oak Sanitary By virtue of a Writ of Execution Williams and Carol William, in and '
the most interesting and difficultof REQUEST FOR BIDS Landfill and to make deliveries to ski dated December 18. 1962. issued out of the above described property, or s)
speeding forfeited $35
Luberta Parker Morris Arline speeding modern literary forms."'- Al- Suwannee County Arthropod Control tank as called for by Suwannee County the Circuit Court. Third Judicial Circuit much thereof as may be necessary '.'
forfeited $35 bond; James M. bond; Archie Daniel Jernigan, request sealed bids on the following Arthropod Control. Bids will be opened in and for Suwannee County Florida, at raise sufficient money to satisfy sail 1
check court accident $35 or 10 days. dous Huxley. items: February 25. 1963 at 9:00 A.M. in the Law, on a Judgment rendered in said judgment, interest and costs, etc. i'
Bennett worthless causing Approximately 1.700 gallons regular office of the Suwannee County Health Court on September 11, 1962 in favor the highest and bet bidder and 11''
costs of $25 and restitution; Les- Robert Grimmage illegal pos- gasoline delivered to vehicle tankat Department. All bidders are invited to ''of The Clinton County National Bank thereafter at 12:00 o'clock Noon on raid
station. Price per gallon. lat. be present. Envelopes shall be marked & Trust Company. a Corporation. Plain- date resell said property at the fr,'TV
ter J. Hoffman speeding, forfeited session of moonshine whiskey $35 Public NoticesIN grade oil delivered in vehicle at Diesel Oil Bid not to be opened until tiff, against the Defendants William R. door of the Court House fo Live Can
$35 bond; Monroe Noah Lindsay or 10 days; Wm. Quincy Lam- station. Price per quart. .February 25, 1963. Williams and his wife Carol Williams, Suwannee County. Florida or so mi i,'h
bond; Servicing and greasing per unit. Suwannee County Arthropod Control for Seven Thousand Six Hundred Thir- thereof as may be neeeasary to ra 1-
speeding forfeited $35 mons. speeding forfeited $35 Ail bids to be sealed and delivered by Suwannee County Health DepartmentLive ty-nine & 32/100 ($7,639.32). I have sufficient money to satisfy said Jut1 ttrment
Timothy Charles Hudson, speeding bond; Pearl Williams, careless THE COURT OF THE COUNTY February 25, 1963 to the Suwannee Oak Florida heretofore on January 30. 1963 levied interest and cost, etc., to th.:
JUDGE. SUWANNEE COUNTY County Health Department. Bids will be 39-41 upon the following described real estate highest and best bidder. Said real t'lt-f:rand
forfeited $35 bond. display of weapon dismissed on FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. opened at 9:00 A.M., February 25, 1963 and personal property in Suwannee personal property will be sold 5.'P'
Davis Jr., speeding discretion of court; Luther Thomas IN RE: The Estate of at the Suwannee County Health Depart- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR1OF County. Florida to-wit: arately and said property will not b,.
Steve Spense H. D. CLEMENT ment. Vendors are invited to be present. SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA.IN All the NW.4 of SE% of SW& lying sold separately and said property w .
forfeited $35 bond; Albert Reagan Jr., speeding forfeited Deceased.To Envelopes shall be marked GasolineBid. RE: The Estate of South and West of Highway 90, not be sold until the eonehwion of *h,)
causing accident, $15 or $35 bond; Lloyd Dempsey Jr., ran AH Creditors and Persons Having not to be opened until February 25, John L. Wells EXCEPT the East 251 feet, in Section receiving of bid at the Court Hou o j
Fleming Claims or Demand Against Said Estate; 1963. deceased.NOTICE 22. Township 3 South. Range Live Oak Florida.
10 days; Marvin Franklin Allen stop sign forfeited $35 bond. You and each of you are hereby noti- Suwannee County Arthropod Control TO CREDITORSAll 15 East containing 4 acres moreor Dated this January 30. 19t.
of inspection for- forfeited fied and required to present any claims Suwannee County Health DepartmentLive creditors of the Estate of John L. less: SHUGH LEWIS. Sheriff
no certificate Healeah Russ speeding and demands which you or either of Oak Florida Wells deceased are hereby notified and 8 metal chairs; 2 table; 2 metal Sawaaaee Ooaety Florida
feited $55 bond; James Leland $50 bond; Wm. Ellsworth Taylor you may have against the estate of H. 39-41 required to file any claims or demands stools; 5 wood bar stools; 1 large 38-42

Smith speeding 'forfeited $35 speeding forfeited $35 bond;

bond; Phil NMN Gillen, speeding Curley Williams driving withoutlicense

forfeited $35 bond; Irving Terry $35 or 10 days; Carl Emi-
Hall speeding $25 or 10 days- son Wilson driving without license .

license surrendered to judge for case dismissed upon de- : '

45 days; Richard Daniel Wayne fendant's producing valid license; TOBACCO GROWERS.Right :

Frier, speeding $15 or 5 days; Johnny Barrs Hawkins, speeding, \
Charles Demps driving without case dismissed on discretion of ,

license $25 or 10 days; Clyde court; Erby Verone Young speeding .',... .
Wright worthless check, court forfeited $35 bond._ -

costs of $25 andrestitution; John- Lewis Madden, worthless check .
ny Brown worthless check $25 court costs of $25 and restitutionof

and restitution. $9.37 or 15 days; Will Combs < '

Larry Franklin Robinson, reck- improper parking, $20 or 10 days; < .- now soil conditions

less driving. $20 or 10 days; Rich- Thomas Walter Solomon, improper ,

ard Joshua Reynolds 'speeding, passing and driving without license -

forfeited $35 bond; Maude Sybil forfeited $35 bond; Junior .'

Bass 'Smith, three counts of petit Harrell public drunkenness, $25 in tobacco fields are perfect for wiping out
larceny forfeited $75 bond; Rob- or 10 days; Lucille Strickland,
ert J. Kopecky speeding forfeited possession of alcoholic beverage bya "

$35 bond; Robert 'Eugene Low minor sentenced 10 days suspended -

ray speeding forfeited $35 bond: ; Curley Williams, viola-

Eugene Taylor reckless driving, tion of right of way dismissed; nematodes with D-D@ Soil Fumigant
$30 or 10 days. Albert D. Duncan improper passing 4-1 -

Thomas Jason Kennon Jr., Ray $25 or 10 days; Tench Bruner -

Owen Avery, Jo Branch Kennon obtaining odging with intent J, _

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For All Your Needs Local authorities report that

", ..,i soil temperature and soil moisture

A: ; t i. WITH conditions are ideal right now for

fumigating tobacco fields for nema-

you want to get maximum yield
"t :1 and quality at harvest, act now. aA 't
Here is how to use D-D against not w

AT one, not two, but all three speciesof

nematodes that damage tobacco
;( and lower yields.

.j; ; IN LIVE OAK .J

..t .i YOU grow tobacco in this area, you y probably

We Can Serve You Better IF know that root-knot, meadow and stunt
Photo (left) shows a D-D treated and an untreated row of tobacco. Yield on the D.D r_atc; d sc tin

More Economically nematodes are responsible for more destruction (left)was 2000 pounds per acre. Yield on untreated section 1400 pounds. Plant roots h jm each section i

than all other pests combined.You .photo right) showjou why._ Nematodes have knotted and galled the roots from untreated sections

i Da ii I probably also know that by controllingthese

pests, you can increase tobacco yields from ,

pA GAS APPLIANCES 200 to well over 1000 pounds per acre, depending ter nematode control you get. The ideal soil temperature and moisture cowfe

on the severity of the infestation in your Three factors affect D-D's dispersion throughthe tions that exist in this area now can change very

fields. soil.They are soil temperature,soil moisture, rapidly. If soils become too warm and dry before%

This report, therefore, has not been preparedto and soil tilth. Here's why they are so importaut: you fumigate,you will verYlikelY8et poor neraa-

convince you of the value of controlling nema- Soil temperature-D-D disperses through the tode control.

todes but lather to give you-tips that can make soil in the optimum concentration and at the That means wasted effort, wasted 1OOfl-ey-

A REMINDER your D-D application more effective and possi- best speed for positive nematode control, when and eventually a poor crop.

bly more economical. soil temperature at a depth of six to eight inchesis IMPORTANT NOTE: Fields that have been fumi- '

between 60 and 70 degrees.Soil gated with D-D should not be disturbed for 10

Soil temperature and moisture ( temperatures in this area are now within days to two weeks.

These Banking Institutions keys to effective control this range.)

D-D Soil Fumigant is a clear, free-flowing liquid Fumigation should never be attempted when How to get more information:

Will Be Closed which is injected into the soil at a depth of six soil temperatures are below 50 degrees or above Your local pesticide dealer! carries D-D Soil

to eight inches. 80 degrees.Soil Fumigant in 55and 30-gallon drums.

'. .! FRIDAYFEBRUARY Once in the soil, D-D becomes a potent gas moisture -Soil moisture content also influences He will be glad to answer any questions you

which moves laterally and downward, killing the effectiveness of your D-D application. have about controlling nematodes with D-D Soil

22 1963 nematodes as it spreads! D-D moves too slowly in soils that are too Fumigant.Or .

This movement through the soil is called dis wet-too fast in soils that are too dry. If your if you prefer, send for the free laaiet

persion. The more even the dispersion, the bet- soil is just moist enough for planting, then it is "D-D for the control of tobacco nefnafcW-

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B Branford PersonalsMr. Branford FFA @ IRU{

.and Mrs. Paul Gresham and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greene Observes
Chapter party honoring Miss Amari
family of Tallahassee visited Mrs. and family of Jacksonville spent
lys Suggs, daughter of Mr. and
Gresham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. S. A. Suggs on her sixteenth
W. B. Thomas and family over Manuel Bernardo. National WeekFuture Vital fo America
birthday, was an event of Men-
the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Estille Collins of
I day night, Feb. 11 at her home
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones, accompanied !. Jacksonville were Saturday night Farmers of America in near Branford.The .
by Hilda Jones of Tal- guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Manuel North Central Florida this week /
table was overlaid wttfe a
lahassee, visited Lt. and Mrs. Bernardo. are joining with 380,000 other
linen cloth. A and white
Charles D. Williams Jr. and son Miss Barbara Miller had as her youths in the nation in observ-
of Columbus, Ga., over the week week end guest Miss Edna Teel. ance of National FFA Week. motif was carried out in the
decorations and refresh ents of
to course
Miss Teel spoke a study
Members of the Branford FFA
end.Mrs. fruit punch and tonal
Mae Hatch spent the week group at the Methodist Church Chapter are participating in FFA birthday cake was served.
end at home with her family after Sunday night. Week. The local chapter furnished -
Mrs. Nellie Duncan returned Thirty-six guests were present.
undergoing at the U.
surgery colorful posters to the differ-
of F. Medical Center. She returned home Monday after six weeks visit ent business store windows 1600

Monday to Gainesville for fur- in Huntsville, Ala., with her son letter seals for outgoing mail were # :. i.:2": hostess served cake, cookies aDd
and daughter-in-law Mr. and
ther treatment. distributed to the business in punch.
of F. S. U. Mrs. Bill Duncan and family.-
Miss Lou Cribbs town, bulletins were furnished to The P-TA is sponsoring fee
\ spent the week end at home with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Witheralland the local churches for use in the "Mothers March of Dimes", whteh

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mickler offic- Sunday worship, and place mats will be held tonight (Thursday; )
attended the installation of
Cribbs and family. of were furnished to the different ... ....... at 630.: Everyone Is urged to par-
Minnie Lee
of the Chapter
Mrs. W. J. Dempsey and family ers eating places in town. ::::. .......r. ticipate and donate to this worthy
O.E.S. in Lake City Saturday
the week
had as their guests over
The chapter had planned its cause.
end, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe night. ,
and family of Orlando and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mathis Chapter Sweetheart Contest but .. ...- __ _' MII _
Kent due to illness this has been post- ::: >: 1tV
and Mrs. Lamar Carver of Enterprise and sons and Sloan spent
Ala. the week end in Lakeland visiting poned.
The chapter members will be
Hatch with relatives. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph ,
instructed in land judging during ,.
and family had as their guests .,
this week. Members of the local .
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey hearing aids
Harris of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs.. Ware Hosts chapter are happy to have obtained ;
and Mrs. George Russ and a new Ford tractor which ,
family of Tallahassee visited Rev. Bridge Club Meet will be used to do chapter farm- to fit everyhearing
ing, teaching of
and Mrs. Allen Price and family The bridge club met Wednes- proper care ope-
ration, maintenance.The .
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. day afternoon at the home of and loss
B. H. Shaw of Jackson- Mrs. W. S. Ware.A new tractor was purchasedon
ville spent the week end with her Valentine motif was carried a rental basis with assistance
daughter, Mrs. W. R. Hill and out with an arrangement of red from the Board of Public Instruc- @

family.Mr. camellias on the manel. tion.
and Mrs. M. B. Jordon of Mrs. Fred Jones won the prize Florida has a total of 170 chap- tC W
Raiford visited Rev and Mrs. for high score. Playing bridge ters with 9,500 members. From FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA I
Allen Price and family Friday with Mrs. Ware and Mrs. Jones Florida have come several Na-
night arid Saturday. were Mrs. W. B. Thomas Mrs. S. tional PTA president including

( Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price L.. Townsend, Mrs. A. Jack Phil- Doyle Conner of Starke, who is
Misses Minnie and Fannie Dun- lips, Mrs. W.R. Hill, Mrs. Graham now State Commissioner of Agri- NATIONAL BEA WEEK PER, 16-2J.

can and Mrs. James Severance Owen, and Mrs. R. G. Griffith. culture. MR. R. C. PAULKA
attended the all day Missionary Mrs. Ware served cheese cake, The Vocational Agriculture Laboratory Trained
Rally in O'Brien Thursday. coffee, and Valentine sandy.i youths of the nation and their Hearing Aid Consultantfrom
advisors are reminding everyone i Parent-Teachers Hear
that this is National FFA Week. Program On Group's HistoryThe MAICO HEARING

But to the youths themselves and
i ATTENTIONWE their leaders, every week is PTA Branford Parent-Teachers in 1926. At that time there were i The group voted to participatein SERVICE
HAVE BUYERS FOR Week. Association held its regular meet- only eight members. I Teacher Appreciation Week JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDAWill
ing Thursday night Feb. 14, in Two skits entitled "The Mean Feb. 25 through Mar. 1.
For 1963 the theme of FFA
Farms, Open Land, Timber Land Week is "Agriculture-Vital To the school cafeteria with Robert ing Of Founder's Day" and "Uni- On Mar. 1 members of the Give FREE Hearing Tests

And River Front. America". Weaver, president, presiding.The ted For Children And Youth" P-TA will relieve each teacher of And Demonstrations.
fourth grade student had were presented by members of the one class during the day and at at
charge of the devotional. P-TA. A. Perry Geiger, principal that time serve them refresh- LIVE OAK DRUG CO.
FOR THE FRESHEST After a short business meetingthe introduced Mrs. Rajas as a new ments.At .
p. ROGERS RealtorBRANCH SEAFOODS program was. turned over to member to the school faculty. the close of the meeting the Live-- Oak,-Florida
Mack's Fish MarketPine Mrs. W. R. Hill, program chair-
OFFICEP. Ave. I man, who gave a presentation on

O. Box 485 Phone 493-4476 Freshness and Quality Assured Founder's Day.
Mrs. Hill told the group about
P-TA and when it was founded Four different ways to make going

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