Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
February 28, 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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1 State Road Board District Recreation Meeting Is Held In Live Oak

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Rejects Drainage Bid .: :! ; #'lfFi

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,The State Road Board reJected -

With Louie C. Wadsworih its bid from White Con-
struction Company of Chieflandto

construct drainage wells at Teachers
Good plan. each end of Live Oak Ralph

The need for additional seats at Powers, State Road Board

the local high school football field member for this district, an- .
has been recognized for severalyears nounced Wednesday.
Holds Teacher
Powers explained that the Appreciation
Paul D. Langford, who has done the
$67,108 bid from was :

BO much towards solving the debt only bid received for the pro- c ; : Banquet Education Director TalksThe

problem as well as make improve- ject and the board felt the price < ,

ments to the site, has come up was too high. : Live Oak Kiwanis Club honored the teachers of

with another plan that will next per- "We are going to call for neW! Suwannee County with the first annual Teacher Appreci-

mit more seating capacity for bids at the next meeting of the d ation
.9'N vy Banquet Tuesday in the Junior High Cafeteria and
season.Langford plans to ask those said.board on March 26, Powers heard an address from Dr. T. J. Kelly, director of the

who normally advertise in the y division of Teacher Education, Certification and Accredita-

football program each season to 3 L tion.The

subscribe and pay for this advertising Banquet was held to coincide -
now. He would then take Mayor Condemns : ; Thomas Radford Dies with Gov. Farris Bryant's

the net that normally comes from proclaiming of this week to be

this source and add to the money Man For Wednesday Morning recognized state-wide as Teacher

voted by the Bulldog Boosters Fighting, Word was received here Wednesday Appreciation Week in Florida.Dr. .

Club recently.The k tk + noon that Thomas II. Kelly told the group that
booster group have autho- i V Radford, Live Oak businessman the current teacher education

rized the expenditure of $750 from Suspends Penalty died Wednesday morningin program in the colleges must un-

their funds, which resulted from in a Jacksonville hospitaL lie dergo considerable change to
Marvin Phillips
profit made at the concession Mayor J. y had been in ill health for sever- meet the pressures that are being
City Court Monday fined Lewis r
stands operated during the past al years but recently had ap- applied to education today.He .
of Live Oak $15
Phillip Bembry
football season.I peared to be improving- said that teachers need to
for fighting and suspended the
think Langford's approach to Funeral services will be held know more about the cultures of

the problem of more seats is logi- penalty on good behavior. here but details had not been other nations and current world
Bembry, who plead guilty to
cal and workable. For better than Members of the Board of Directors announced as this paper wentto problems. This knowledge must
the charge, said he went into EdRowland's of the Live Oak-Suwannee County Recreation Center pose in
10 years this individual has work- front of the Recreation Center with press. be passed on to students, he said.
Service Station to buya two noted guests who participated in the District n Recreation .
In addition Kelly said the
facilities book when he and another man Association meeting program here Wednesday Feb. 20. (From left) Mrs. B. ''W. Helvenston in, teacher of tomorrow, needs to

got into an argument. After an board chairman; Mrs. Tom Cheek secretary R. B. Van Fleet Southeastern
; representative of the
thru "what
that he will follow on any Dog OrdinanceTo know more about students,
arrangement he makes. exchange of curses. Bembry National Recreation Association; R. E. Leilich, head of the recreation curriculum at the University of makes them tick". And they must
struck the other with his
.,. Thru the years a number of 10cat person Florida; Charles Pulley Recreation Center director, and W. S. Townsend board member. learn more about the communityin
fist, the defendant said. Be EnforcedMayor
t firms have used the football which students live to properly
The arresting officer testified
I advertising! vehicle educate them he added.Specialization .
program as an
and at the same time have helped that"picking Bembry on started the other the man"affrayby Center Hosts District MeetThe J. Marvin Phillips said Problem
Wednesday that.the
the program of field improvement police depart- Kelly noted that education is
"We're not going to put up with
ment has instructions to
.. I foresee no difficulty inLangford's pick up faced with the pressure of specia-
that kind of stuff around here,
plan for this season.It and impound all dogs in the City lization.
certainly has the advantageof Mayor Phillips declared. "We Live Oak Recreation' have been set aside by the Fed_ of traffic and distance problems, of Live Oak after March 1 that ."Specialized projects that colleges -
needed addi- can't have it." Center hosted the District eral Government and opened to Fully continued. This playgroundwill have not been vaccinated against
badly use to handle exclusivelyare
providing Bembry was the only defendantto Recreation meeting Wednes- the public for fishing, hunting, be complete with recreational rabies.
capacity now.I being back into
tional seating now pushed
i appear before the court. day and drew words of camping and other outdoor pur- facilities. Phillips said a special truck has I the high schools," he said.
Willie James Rogers, colored, suits. A third program, Pulley said, is been
from rigged to pick up stray animals -
am told that response to the praise a prominent "Some of the things my daughter -
charged with reckless driving, Van Fleet added that areas the adult men and women's soft- that not
are tagged. The
livestock promotion program being guest who helped plan the is learning in Algebra I, I have
forfeited $25 bond and $6 court such as the Suwannee River ball planned for this summer. In city means to enforce this
here by the Suwannee I pro- never seen. And I mathe-
sponsored building.Dr. was a
costs; Howard George, charged country are examples of the typeof addition this summer, the Center gram, the Mayor asserted.
County Chamber of Com- with having no driver's license, R. E. Leilich, head of the sites the government is lookingfor will sponsor an art class for Phillips explained this programis matics major in college," he quip
to gain .in support -
merce continues forfeited $25 bond; James Ed- Recreation Curriculum at the in a National Recreation Area. painting and sculpture, and a designed to protect the citizensof ped.Kelly
and Interest. It appears many ward Davis no driver's license University of Florida, told the Recreation Center Director teacher will be available to teach ; this city against rabid or vici- commented that he felt

of the county's farmers will signup but forfeited $25 bond; and Ethe- group that this Recreation Centers i Charles Pulley outlined a seriesOf water safety, he added. ous animals, as well as protect there is something basically unsound r
and nothing
for the plan ridge Bond charged with speed- a prime,example of active community programs that the Center Is "We will also have minor sports children's pets.A in current: : student edttea-
good can result, for when a thrivIng Ing, forfeited $ *:: supporUndeveloping recreation : for and tional programs."I .
|5Jt ? ; / '' sponsoring currently or planningto girls playground arts and recent city ordinance set -
is assured &
livestock industry the Mayor Phillipsuuecr upon Rev. projects. Continued support I ,sponsor this year for the first crafts for boys and girls," Pulley March 1 as the deadline for hav- fear we are placing too mae
for Suwannee County economy Bill Dodd, pastor of the Churchof can push recreation in Live: time.. I commented.The ing pets vaccinated and licensed. emphasis on teaching students .

here win be prosperous and the Nazarene. to open the court Oak even further the speaker Pulley said the Center will appoint -1 Center will this year spon- Veterinarians have tags and receipts what "to think Instead of how to
stable. think he declared.
session with a word of prayer. a Student Recreation Board sor a graduation dance for SeniorNo. formerly
The plan here is also attracting said.One handled through John Adicks welcomed the esti-
'Ii of Leilich's classes under composed of a boy and girl from ( 2 Continued on Page 8)It's City Hall.
Interest from other 'nearby coun- mated 150 Krwanians and teachers
his direction planned the Recrea- each. class at the high school from -
ties. A two-man delegation was to the Banquet and explainedto
1st tion Center including architectural 7-12. This 12-man board
Names grades
in this city last week from Madi- Baptist Dale the group the origin of theGovernor's
drawings. The students also would meet once each month with George To Colonel
son County and praised the efforts ; proclamation establishing -
made a scale model of the center the Center's board of directors.
being made to improve thiscounty's a Teacher AppreciationWeek
Fernandina Man and computed construction costs. "We feel this group would giveus Now Commands
agricultural income. in Florida.
National Recreation AreasR. closer contact with the high Signal DepotAlbert
One must recognize the basic "We look upon you as part of
B. Van Fleet, southeastern school and help us to plan the
fact that agriculture is still and our family Adicks told tile
To Direct Music
representative of the National type of recreational activities ahe Durrell Also Gets Promotion
Is likely to remain for years, the teachers. "It is you that shape
Recreation Association discussed students want, Pulley said.
) basis on which the economy of William Stroup of Fernandinahas outdoor recreation in National In addition the Center plans to now Colonel George H. Dale.r (No. <4< Continued on Pare 8)'Auction' )
this county is centered. Thus as Orders issued
been named Minister of Mu- Recreation Areas with the group. start a playground at the Pine were b the :Military Department,

we improve our farm products sic and Director of Youth Activities Van Fleet explained that Na- View School to convenience children State Florida, on February r 22 promoting the Live Oak

crop yields growing methods and in the First Baptist Church. tional Recreation Areas not to that cannot come to the business man to the grade of Colonel from his formerHe Prizes
other farming practices we are
be confused with National Parks Center's playground area because rank of Lieutenant Colonel.Haynes' was placed in commandof
certain to add to the ultimatebusiness
income of the county.To I the 337th Signal Depot with To Be Displayed

reach the heights envisionedby headquarters in Jacksonville on ,
( Durocs Best February 15 when the Florida
the sponsors the project must I Among
have the support of the entire Army National Guard was reor- 'Dollars' AvailableThe

county not only from the finan- "-' ganized.

but also goodwill i" in live- Dale will have tne 146th Sig-
cial standpoint i Investing quality Grand Champion Boar Of Florida window display featuring -

and public endorsement.That s stock has paid off in a big ., ,', ,. < : nal Battalion and the 160th prizes from all of the
will be distributed ; ; ;" :: }tI *;_ Transportation Battalion in his
prize money :.; way for T. J. Haynes and ,. : .. <. merchants participating in
not as cash but as pure- '. .', ">' group. The signal battalion is all
his wife Libby.The : : the Auction Dollar Days
bred animals that must remain in Jacksonville. Units of the
this county to me is a guaranteethat O'Brien Duroc breeder r ...;r fr.c. transportation battalion are scat- gram will be set up for view-

the program will be. of much bought $180 worth of registered : ;'h :t tered in several sections of Flor- ing at Kirby's today (Thurs-

benefit. Durocs 15 years ago and parlayedthis ida with headquarters at West day, project chairman Sam
H small investment into a reg- .i: 'i Palm Beach. Koff announced this week.In .

Promotion of George H. Dale istered herd valued currently in Dale's promotion followed by addition Koff reported that

and Albert E. Durrell to the rank excess of $25,000. In 1962, he sold .. .r : : one day the advancement of an- "auction dollars" will be avail

of full Colonel in the Florida Ar- more than $15,000 in breeding other former Live Oak officer. Albert able for distribution by participating -

my National Guard is a source of stock. -J'a E. Durrell who began his career merchants on Friday.

personal pride and joy. Both of Haynes said a teacher at the by enlisting In the Live Oak This stage money will be given

these men joined the local com Veteran's School in Branford unit, was promoted to Colonel on on a dollar for dollar purchase

pany prior to World War n, where he was enrolled inspired February 21. Durrell is now assigned basis! all during the Auction Dol-

served with distinction during him to try purebred stock. And as Chief of Staff of the lar Days from March 1-9. On Sat-

that war and have continued to in 1948 he bought three Duroc l 55th Operations Headquarters in urday, March 9, you can use your

render outstanding service since WILLIAM STROUP sows from the University of Florida Jacksonville.Live "auction dollars" to bid on a valuable -

reorganization of the National for $35 apiece and a boar for Oak's newest full colonel prize at a public auction on

Guard in 1946. In a speical business sessionon $75 from Harry Boyles, a Suwannee first joined the local company in Kirby's parking lot late Saturday -

It was my good fortune to have Sunday, Feb. 3, the congregation County farmer. September 1940 and was mobilized afternoon.

both of these officers join with heard a recommendationfrom Results Good rG. into Federal service with the unit This auction will follow a public -

me in the reorganization of the the Deacons that the church Haynes then began to breed his : here on November 25, 1940. admission-free magic slow

West Florida battalion back in appoint Stroup. Casting their grade hogs with the purebred Du- He graduated from the Infan- set for 6 p-m. at the Courthouse.

1946.Durrell was S-3 for the battalion votes by secret ballot, the congregation rocs. try Officer Candidate School at Regular Merchandise Redaeed

and Dale was company I overwhelmingly accepted "When I saw the results of Fort Benning. Ga., June 30, 1942 According to Koff. "auettea

commander of the Live Oak unit. the recommendation. breeding by my Durocs, I decidedto and immediately joined the 79th dollars" will be given to customers

Live Oak and Suwannee County Stroup's experience includes 18 use only purebred stock he Infantry Division. Dale served for cash or charge purchase or

have a fine reputation In National months as director of Music and said.At with this division during World payments on account In addition,

Guard circles in the state for this Youth Activities at the First Baptist first Haynes sold his hogs War n and was company com- prices on merchandise will be reduced

community has consistently provided Church in Fernandina Beach. to commercial packers. But con- mander during the major battlesin during this promotion, Koff

the Guard with able and He spent the:past two years in tinued breeding to select finer Europe.

dedicated men. In both enlisted the U. S. Army where he servedas specimen coupled with selective Colonel Dale wears the Silver said.Merchants participating in Auction -

and officer grades. Few cities our Chaplain's assistant. In this buying of better stock to improvethe Star for bravery in battle; the Dollar Days are Worth's,

size can equal the record we have position he directed music and herd opened up a new and Purple Heart with cluster for Eagles, Gilmore's Bottom Dollar

of individuals dedicated to service Chapel activities and spent con- more lucrative market fof Haynes wounds received in action; the DuPre's, McCalls] Carl's Department

with-tfae National Guard. siderable time In soul-winning and the sale of breeding stock. ?ta; ? French Croix de Guerre awardedhis Store, Sharples, Gibbs Co..

Two other Live Oak officers will spiritual counseling. After he had upgraded his herd A't unit for distinguished: service Seward Fleet, Hunter's Rexall

be promoted within the next few Stroup has been reared in a around 1951 the Duroc breeder and has five campaign stars on Drug, Cheek's Drug, Home Pharmacy

weeks. Bob Tuttle will be advanced rich musical heritage. His fatheris began showing his top animals at his ETO ribbon. Ross Jewelry, Live Oak

to Lieutenant Colonel and C. executive' secretary of the De- some of the county fairs and the ,,t' r;.'jot si d Florida has recognized his ser- Jewelry Frier's Music Co., Kir

,.. Baisden will become a Captain.In partment of Music for the Flor- State Fair in Tampa. In 1957 vice by awarding him the Distinctive by's, Western Auto, Carl's Radio
ida Baptist Convention and his Haynes showed at the Alabama .: Service Medal and the Florida and TV, McCrimon's, Fanner's

the hustle and bustle of routine mother is an outstanding orga- State Fair and has been showinghis Commendation Ribbon with Hardware, Green's Fuel, Florida

I overlooked the fact that In nist.Stroup famed Durocs frequently since cluster. Power and Light Winn-Dfadev:

i January I added another year to who is engaged to be then. T. J. and Libby Haynes admire their prizeDuroc Boar Following World War n, Dale Live Oak Gas Sperring's Thrift
married in the near future took Overnight Success helped reorganize the Nati a1Guard'
the time I have spent with the thai Station Kenya No. 1 & 2 Grocery
Suwannee Democrat for it was 32 over his full-time responsibilities, His Durocs became a success al- was Champion at the recent Tampa State Fair. The and served as first post Stores and Dan Stainer Photo

(No. 1 Continued on Page 8)) on Wednesday. Feb. 13. '. (Continued On Pare <4)< Champ is one year old. (No. 3 Continued on Pare 8)) graphy.

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THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT rA Suburban ;'Weekend FLORIDA'SFarm iT1i&rOtIziidu


I The Heart OJ The Suwannee River Valley"BANNER

Consolidated LEADER THE SWIPE p
Established 1884 August 2, 1897 Established 1886 gab'

Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street GRASHI

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher FrontBy 11

Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ............................................ Editor '

Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor Parole Board Work Is VitalIn

Walter Lee Olive .........................:.... Advertising :Manager an incisive speech deliveredin per cent of its convicted felons.
Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida Doyle E. Jacksonville recently Chair- The cost of parole is about one-
SUBSCRIPTION ., ConnerCitrus man Roy W. Russell of the Flor- tenth that of putting them in
Suwannee County $3.00 ROW
ida Probation and Parole Com- prison. The Parole Commissioncan
RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 ors / mission noted the commission's provide supervision and con-

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance / IN75ERE Growers unified efforts with Judges having trol over selected offenders at a

Still In BusinessIn criminal jurisdiction in coping cost of about 40 cents a day for
with Florida's increasing crime each The cost of keepinga
QI Press Association person.
spite of the big freeze in December -:
4 SUWANNE 1 and prospects of a sharply problem. Throughout its 21-year convict in the prison system is

MEMBER OF couN1Y AMh1 reduced harvest this season Florida history one of the commission's computed at $3.25 a day.
biggest headaches has been a The of action between
a is still very much in the cit-
shortage of funds necessary to the commission and criminal
SON COMMERCE rus business. I
Chamber of Commerce That fact will be apparent to carry its vital share of the load. court judges stands on many I'
rm+ cL The 1963 Florida Legislature foundations. High among them is
visitors at the forthcoming Florida -
which will gather in April shouldsee I a desire to accomplish rehabilitation. -
Citrus Exposition at Winter
: that the reasonable requestsof I Judges by the
help starting
MH30 Is Not To BlameThe Haven March 619.I .
the commission for its activities -: process early with the pre-sen-
think we're fortunate that we
fate of the controversial MH-30 chemical and a have far-sighted aggressive lead- during the coming bienniumare : tence investigation and by apply

million dollars worth of Suwannee County's annual flue- (c So ps.J ers in the citrus industry the granted. Tax dollars are more I ing the indeterminate sentence

cured tobacco crop lies in the hands of the Secretary of most important single factor in wisely spent on probation than on The commission accomplishes its

Agriculture.An our growing agricultural economy. any other activity related to the part by careful screening and
confinement and rehabilitation of post-release control. But to
inter-agency committee of the Department of Ag- They recognize the vital import succeed
those who violate the law. it must have the
riculture in a report this week continued to blame quality ance of preventing any deteriora-
to place offender behind and funds.
Simply an
problems on the labor-saving chemical. The report said It Happened In tion in the image of Florida as the
bars is at best a temporary Even so, the commission hasa
that "exports of U. S. tobacco are already suffering a de- world leader in citrus. remedy. It makes far more sense remarkable record. In 21 yearsit
That citrus will be
cline in significant part due to the use of MH-30." our crop to follow the course offered by has released 13,360) convicts
back to record-breaking
This charge is similar to'many that we have heard Suwannee County one of these days there proportions cane parole: careful review of the of- and more than 80 per cent of

made fender's record, his attitudes and them have become law-abiding
by both federal officials and cigarette companies.We > little doubt. Prior to the freeze
concede that over application of MH-30 can adversely the total number of citrus treesin potential in a parole situation; a citizens. In contrast, about 70 percent
formal decision on parole by a of U. S. prisoners discharged
affect quality but so can over fertilization, excessive irri- Florida was officially estimated -

gation and too close spacing of plants. To date, no one : 1923-1938-1953 at 52,156,000 of which 15,840- well-qualified group such as mem without parole recommit set
bers of the Florida Parole Commission ous crimes and return to prison
has come forward with conclusive proof that MH-30 000 had not yet come into pro-
applied -
; and release of those The commission's 1963-64 appropriation -
in recommended amounts has the slightest.... adverse duction. Indications are that prisoners qualified on a basis pro- increase is for two
planting of additional acreage will
results on quality.Congressman. From The Files Of The continue. viding some control, assistance primary purposes, hiring 35 add

Don Fuqua challenged this report by and supervision as well as the assurance tional parole supervisors and salary

the agriculture inter-agency committee. Fuqua charged SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT Because recent of return to confinementif increases to reduce its annual

that authors of the report had drawn conclusions "not the Common developments Market in any unlawful activity is re- loss of one-third of its trained
supported by their own statement" in attempting to single sumed. personnel to higher-paying agen-
have clouded the outlook for increasing
Years -
Forty Ago - 1923 Those are the human reasons cies. The increase should be
out MH-30 as the principal culprit for the industry's ills citrus
our to that
There will be a boat-cade and a this area. The scene for the storyis but there also are important financial granted. Few better investmentsfor
The seven-man committee referred to of the world
a two-year part we must look
motor-cade to Branford Thursday this city and the Suwannee Ho- reasons for supporting the tax dollars will be open to the
the which it said shows significant for the to domestic
study by department present our
; to attend the big meeting and tel. Numerous other spots around commission. It offers the state 1963 Legislature.
differences between chemical and physical properties in barbecue scheduled to take place here mentioned are quite familiar.C. market to absorb the great bulk the most effective and economical I Florida Times Union
treated tobacco even when the chemical is used in the there. of our citrus production.That method known for handling 60

i amount the manufacturer. Nearly town in this means our citrus industry
prescribed by every section .
C. of the
Price proprietor must maintain
This is the point that Fuqua charged has not been will be represented at Branford Alimar Theatre has leased the and promotion a strong advertising to- The Miracle Of TimeIn

documented. He noted that the same thing happens to to take part in the meetingof Oaks Hotel from Mrs. Peeler on hold its market so the program demand all human experience and I man-made measurement of sec-

tobacco when it is subjected to improper cultural prac- the Suwannee River Improve- Howard Street and taken--posses. tential will be there when po-our progress no man has ever solved onds ticked off on a clock? Likewise *

'' tices. ment Association and a large sion. We are advised that Mr. crop is back to the all-time high the puzzle of time. What is it a day and a month are man-
f delegation is set to motor there is it Einstein believed made measurements of what we
F Fuqua argued that Florida growers are not guilty of Price will make numerous changesto level that was forecast before the or
1, from Perry. It is hoped that the'erry it there was no logical plan for call time. But in the scheme of
better equip the hotel but
excessive chemical l and should not be penalized for freeze.
use Concert Band wit,come with the human measurement of time. nature and life is there any delineation -
the mistakes of those who He stressed that flue- will continue to operate under the The Exposition is one phase of
are. the .
businessmen. The Lake City We say for example that we of February where tends
cured stabilization bought less than three per cent of the and Williston bands have already same name.A industry-supported promotion spent an hour doing this-and-so, and where March begins

Florid -Georgia crop in 1962 while federal warehouses acknowledged their invitations. a huge showcase displaying to our but what is an hour other than a There is only a cycle of life in
own citizens and to the national
were crammed with from nine to thirty per cent of the A. H. Cherry has been appointed very successful term of the visual proof that Florida is con- nature, no man-made measuresare
from other areas. to ascertain the number going Rixford School will close tomor- valid. And Einstein believed
crop tinuing to produce highqualitycitrus million-dollar share.
'i 1 We feel that MH-30 treated tobacco among the businessmen so that row. The average attendance has that cycle of life is the key measurement
discounting I and will be producing more Unless the additional money is
cars may be provided for the band been good, and the patrons are and that when cyclesof
would be an overt act of injustice that Suwannee County of it in the years ahead. kicked in by March 1, the pro-
boys. delighted with the progress made life can be prolonged, time
and others in this state could And have to suspend, according -
I growers never forgive. by the pupils and feel that the efficient gram may might be made to stand still!

f' banning MH-30 is not going to solve the overall problem.We The Saturday Evening Post of teacher Miss Gallic Goody, Scretctcorm Program to Charles Scruggs, Foun- Time is the one thing we always

contend that the tobacco companies who have Feb. 17 carried a good story titled cannot be too highly praised for dation president. By that date have less of tomorrow. We can-

raised the outcry against MH-30 treated tobacco are responsible "Loose Foot", by C. E. Scoggins the splendid work she has done Needs FinancingThe present non-Federal funds will be not increase our supply of it, as

:! for quality. They have encouraged bad.cultural formerly a traveling salesman ofwentyFive in building up the school. screwworm eradication! expended and more state moneycan't we can money and material
program in the Southwest faces be appropriated until later. things. We cannot buy more of it
by paying relatively high prices ,
: I The ."*-; that Federal funds
low calibre leaf. Years Ago -- - 1938 the possibility of grinding to a !$ We only have a limited amount of
halt this The in a colt 991.u...iTFprogram of this
spring. reason: a time in which to live lives to
Becky Baer, daughter of Mrs. Announcement made here our
The real solution will be reached when the tobacco was
shortage of funds. kind can't be spent in excess of a .
the best of abilities.So
Lula May Baer of Branford will this week of the leasing of the our
companies stop paying good prices for inferior tobacco. The is being financedby 50-50 matching basis.
program the lesson of this must be
appear in the movie production, large brick state marketing ware-
the U. S. Department of In issuing an emergency appealto
Agri- Spend your time carefully and
"Radio City Revels", to be shownat house to Lee Knott well known
culture on the one hand and on save the program the Founda- wisely. Each day you have so
the Alimar Theatre Sunday tobacco warehouseman of Valdosta -
Support Livestock Promotion Plan the other the State of Texas and tion abandoned its original policyof many hours to spend. Do Dot;
and Mondy. She will have a minor for use as a bright leaf sales
We noted with, a great deal of approval last week floor for the 1938 season. the Southwest Animal Health not asking producers to con- waste them or fail to learn or ac

that the Chamber of Commerce agreed to give the Live- role.Miss Baer has played parts in Foundation which represents live- tribute more than once. Statingthe complish something. And time

stock promotion Program its full sponsorship.This I six pictures since September one Lake City Jaycees will join with stock interests in that area. program has reached a criti- will fool you in the end when
cal phase, Scruggs noted that
The Foundation has issued
a its supply te running out. So do
being "Crashing Hollywood" the Live Oak Junior Chamber in i
program has all the earmarks of being able to
and Mexico
Texas New
plea to livestock producers and Oklahoma not postpone, until the last the
which was shown here last week. fish to be held at Hog Heaven
get Suwannee County's livestock industry the a fry -
in 1962
on move. sportsmen in five southwesternstates had experienced only good work you wtB de. Time pastes
The massive potential that this county offers for a thriving Dave candidate for the next 7:30.Thursday night, March to raise the remaining one a fraction of the screwwonn in- faster as ace IDa-e I 111I1.
Sholtz 10, at
livestock industry can over shadow tobacco and eco- nomination I million dollars of the group's 3- (No. 3 Continued on Page 7)) -LMe Wales News
? Democratic as United Over 100 people are expectedat
nomic gain beyond this area's wildest dreams. But reali-
# States Senator, addressed the vot- the affair planned to promote
zing this dream will not be easy. It will take years of ers of Suwannee County Tues- harmony between the junior trade

fry work and struggle but it can be done. day. boards of the two cities.

As a means of encouraging livestock producers to r most advanced

work toward this goal, the Chamber of Commerce will Thomas Radford 'is erecting a Under the division of the WPA,

I inject $25,000 into the project during the next five years. large storehouse and store building a Red Cross first aid class will be
This in the space behind the Car- organized here by J. A. Robertson.
money, which is being donated by individuals and line of
roll Building facing south of Court
businesses throughout the county, will be used to buy .
Street. Mrs. Evelyn S. Knable has
( quality livestock for farmers who show the most signifi- opened -
The front portion will be usedas a beauty shop in her homeat
cant gains in their personal livestock business under the a store, and the large rear part 220 Seminole Avenue. transplanting'equipment

rules of the promotion program. will be fixed to serve as a ware- V

Top prize has been set at $1,500 with second and house for hardware and building The McAlpin boys and girls ;.

1 third prizes being $1,000 and $500, respectively. The supplies handled by the young played a double-header basketball

balance of the $5,000 per year expenditure will be disbursed merchant.The engagement with the Wellborn

in $100 sums until it is exhausted. \ boys and girls Friday. The girls
Suwannee Democrat an- was a victory for McAlpin by a
The Chamber has wisely stipulated that this money
nounced today its election to of 11-8. The boys to
score played
will not be awarded in cash prizes. Instead, farmers will
membership in the Associated a 14-14 tie.Captain .
receive the worth of these prizes in quality, purebred live- Press and the publication of its _

stock of their choice and breed. In addition, farmers who news dispatches "thereby! takingits Mahone Rees, com-

win livestock who desire to convert their animals into place among the leading news- mander of the Live Oak National

cash must do so to Suwannee Countians. The object of papers of the nation which make Guard unit, left Friday for Fort

this measure, like the purpose of the program, is to ac- up the membership of the re- Benning near Columbus, Ga., i

quire and keep quality livestock in this county. nowned cooperative 'news-gather- where he will take a three months
ing association. course in military training.
We are particularly impressed with this program -

especially its five-year; feature. This plan will be in operation Ten Years Ago .- - 1953
on a continuing five year basis. Pledges for
Suwannee County's biggest active as a house physician at the
funds which have the half point are being
surpassed ,
way bootleg still in recent history was Suwannee County Hospital for the
requested and received on a five year obligation. knocked over near Dowling Park past three weeks, will begin the

Keeping this program moving for five years will cer- Wednesday noon when Sheriff practice of medicine in Live Oak

tainly stimulate significant gains in Suwannee County Hugh Lewis and party pulled off today.

livestock. It has been said and we think rightly another successful raid in the Kish will practice in the officesof t I

that the county's income can be doubled in the coming current crackdown on illegal ope- the late Dr. C. LeRoy Adamsin

five years. Already our income from livestock exceeds rations.Dr. the Parshley Building.J. .

$4 million think of what an extra $4 million would do
Alex Kish a native of L. McMullen local businessNo. -
for Suwannee County.We .
Southern Illinois, who has been ( 2 Continued on Page 7))
feel this program is deserving of your active

support. We urge-you to discuss the project with your I The brief holdup in the project has been caused the I
,friends and neighbors, enter the programs slogan con- by YlvaAabis In one end moll-row
difficulty of securing an engineer for this relatively small J
test, and help make building Suwannee County a community lift and pull types
job at a price the county can afford to pay. Now that an

project. I engineer has been engaged, the airport project should

materialize in the near future.

Airport Project Moves Ahead We contend, as we have stated many times in the

The Suwannee County Airport Committee under the past, that this county desperately needs an airport. This

chairmanship of Dan Chandler has the airport project facility will not only bring tourists into Suwannee County,

moving forward again. The committee last week pro- but it will convenience businessmen who make frequent

'duced a consultant engineer who was subsequently hired trips into the area and county residents who would take -'MODEli

by the county commission to map plans for the air strip advantage of an airport if one were available. 4.2"TRANSPL flHTER

and ,buildings.In The Board of County Commissioners that initiated ,
December, the board completed the purchase of this project and the group of public-minded citizens that ,! _AUTOMATIC TRANSPLANTER OL.AJ.L j

the,200 acre airport site for which the county paid $35 are working toward its fruition are to be commended.

_ 000Funds put urn by-the federal government to complete We urge them to continue their efforts so this needed im- Allbritton t _0.

the. project, however, cannot be allocated until a Trovem mt to Suwannee County can be completed at the .%.- : w. 5th _?

-.det a led prospectus-.issubmitted.. .' Qonnpat r"sqible date. ,LIVE =OAK., FLORIDA


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I Pastor's The CornerBy r--N.--'A.A- '1,

Pastor Westwood Baptist Church

L think that it is time to stop with honey than with vinegar, but
for a long searching look at wherewe who wants flies? That is what you AUCTION DOLLAR

have been where we are now. get when you preach, or allow tobe ,_ ..L
I and where we are going from preached in the church that
here. To begin with we have been God has given to you, a syrupy ypw ,.
with God. I don't fear contradic- mess that will only draw flies. -
tion when I say that every one I know that this type of message F j4JAMES
of us has come from God. He is not popular but since when .'.,
created all man-i I has Christianity ever been popular DAY SPECIALS 4Nf

kind. He is the ? If you will remember Christ
Creator; we are: was only popular as long as He J v11'1
the creature. ':. was doing things that pleased the
In the days, 'i..:;: crowd: then when He really got
past, each of us', s. the; message across they left Him
lived much closer -! like flies.I .
to God than* had rather be unpopular on
now. Our nation'was this earth and when I have finished '
founded not! my life be able to say with
on political principles Paul, "I" have run a good race I 111qr(
but religious .. have fought the good fight. A. PURVIS
ones.We wanted a place that henceforth there is laid up for ,
accordingto of righteousness." James A. (Jimmy) Purvis of
we could worship God me a crown r ru7
the leadership of the Holy Now we have looked at where I Live Oak has been promoted to 7 )
Spirit. For a long period o; time we. have been and where we are airman first class in the United < /1/I k
we lived that way. We were now. the only thing that remainsis States Air Force.
known the world over as a relig- this: Where are we going? I feel Airman Purvis is assigned to
ious nation. Every nation in the that we hold our destiny in our the 1360th USAF Hospital at Or-
world respected us. own hands. God will let us go lando AFB as a medical service
God where we choose. What will it be? specialist.A .
We had time to talk about ;
That is the question.Will graduate of Suwannee High
1 had time to be kind to other
we of the world. Now that you join me in prayer that School, he is the grandson of Mr.
people we will return to the joy of God's and Mrs. James P. Register, 925
has changed.We
picture salvation and not go on down the S. Walker Ave., Live Oak.
no longer tell people of other -
road that we are traveling.
countries about God and we I I f 1f 1
longer have time to be kind to
them. We are far too busy getting P-TA To Sponsor Suuxmnee \ I
rich. We have become a materialistic ,17'7fiirI
nation, bent on corneringthe :
world's market and ultimatelythe Bicycle Safety
wealth of the world. We have Here is a list of new subscrip-
become arrogant, domineering, For tions and subscriptions renewed to
and so overbearing that every nation Project PupilsThe the Suwannee Democrat from

hates us. They have their Live Oak Parent-Teachers February 15 to February 22. .
hands out to take what we give
Association is sponsoring a bicycle NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
will take all the
them and they
safety program on Thursday. Feb. Wellborn
fall from our tables, J. L. Parsons
crumbs that 28, for the primary and elemen- J. W. Gaston McAlpin
t will bite that hand real
then they
i good. This, my friends, is where tary film schools.A talk will be given at Herman E. Williams BranfordIra hc3J6.tti
and Wood Jr., Vero Beach 2'
we What are today.has brought about the deterioration 10 ajn. in the Junior High Audi- Carl Tressler Rt., L. O. \\ii
Florida Highway Pa-
of America around the torium by Willard A. Sumner Mt. Berry, R
trol sgt. Crawford of Lake City Ga.
world? Like every other nation
for the primary group of the Net- I
that has fallen before us, we first tie Baisden School.At SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWEDD.
i deteriorate at home. We startedon 1:15 pjn. the film and talk R. Black Rt., L. O. .
the downgrade spiritually. will be 'given for the elementary J. C. Bennett, L. O. \ .
When we started this, we started Rt.. L. O.
group at the Pine View Cafetor- G. F. Laughinghouse .
k road of no return I ,
that long
t on ium. After this program a groupof Walter Sumner McAlpin ,
( unless we return to the place fathers will check the students' R. A. Williams L. O. X: '
where we once found favor in the bicycles to determine if they are Nicky M. Tsacrios, L. O. ?1
7 sight of God. in good order. Safety stickers will Kenneth A. Long Rt., L. O. : :
This breakdown started within. be presented to show that the bicycles Leon Blackmon. L. O. t '?f "' ;'
the church and the return will have been inspected. Ira Kight, Rt., L. O. '
I have to start within the church. It Parents of elementary pupilsare H. V. Mixon. Rt.. L. O.
will have to come on the wings ofa urged to remind their childrento W. T. Cornutt L. O.
mighty revival. Will you join school Van Jones McAlpin
ride their bicycles to on
me in prayer that before it is too Rt., L. O.
t. this day. Julia C. Home
late. we may' wake up and pray ... ..- .. ."' ,
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; to God with the psalmist of old. I : : A\\j)2\
"That God will restore us to the SUWANNEE HIGH MENU
joy of His salvation". This is the
only thing that will save us. February 28 through March 6 Loaf Bread and Cornbread
d To effect this mighty revival, THURSDAY'Oven Butter Milk
we are first going to have to blow Fried Chicken WEDNESDAYAll
the smell of goats out of the sheep Rice Gravy Meat Stew
+ pens of God. We have no reason Tossed Salad Scalloped Potatoes rw-/r .
I to tolerate the spiritual infidelity Creamed Peas Carrots and Peas r it I
I within our churches as we do to- Bread Butter Milk Peaches
day. God alone knows what you FRIDAY Rolls Butterfilk
4 would have to do to get kicked out Hamburger or Salmon Patties ,tLt '
of the church today.Ve will put Sliced Tomatoes -
up with anything. Sliced Onions w.
Most preachers and laymen are Green Beans Smog the tear evoking lung
too busy going to and fro in the Banana Pudding irritating haze familiar to resi- \C\\\\
t+ earth and walking up and down Buns Butter Milk dents of Los Angeles industrialareas \
in it to know what is going on. MONDAY is making its presencefelt
We have developed a new phili- Spaghetti and Meat Sauce in Polk, Hillsborough and t ;vM
sophy that runs like this: "Preachme Cole Slaw Duval Counties say University of
a soothing sermon preacher Fresh FruitCinnamon Florida sanitary engineers.Dr. t
for I have come to worship not to Buns E. R. Hendrickson, directorof ..f.Lv .
be disturbed." Bread Butter Milk the Air Pollution Laboratorysaid tJ *)
Or perhaps it runs like this: TUESDAY Florida's air pollution prob- \\\t\ -
"Be diplomatic after all you can Baked Ham lems so far were the result of a 11Z '
i catch more flies with honey than Green Beans specific source such as gases j
t I with vinegar." Buttered Cabbage Wedge from phosphate and pulp paper
I You surely can catch more flies Chocolate Cake plants.
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Retired Grand Champion Boar Of FloridaLibby

Stock Pays'Haynes'

(Continued From Page 1)) breeders saw the sows and boars situation in 1962, I sold at least diseases and ailments. After his
most over night, and' the ribbons, he entered in the shows, they 150 head per year for export herd became validated, Haynes setout
placards, and notoriety came would place orders for the pigsof mostly to South American coun- to place his hearty Durocs
.streaming back to O'Brien. In addition these champions Breeders tries." Haynes noted. among the best in the countryHe

the reputation he acquired from all over the Southeast and Continued Improvement continually bred his best N :

t', for top-notch hogs snowballed even foreign countries began to As the demand for his breeding sows and boars, picking the top ',
his breeding stock sales. Haynes place orders for his stock, Haynes stock increased Haynes discontinued pigs of the litter and selling the 0
11 said.He said. his trade relations with culls to the butcher. In additionhe
explained that as other "Up until the recent Cuban i commercial packers and concentrated was constantly on the lookout
on the continued improve- : for buying higher-quality Durocs
ment of his herd. Today, his herdof that would improve his herd
Grand The Future?
Champion Of deep-red Durocs is acclaimed through breeding.

the best in Florida, tops in the Searches For Quality

q'i 4 Southeast, and one of the most Haynes soon exhaused Floridaas .; : i iJ
f outstanding in America. a source of better Durocs and
; Haynes got an early ,start in
had to extend his search to other
3 ( Florida. His Durocs became the areas.

first herd of purebred livestock in "I have bought boars and gilt !
4 this state to become certified from every major breeder in the -
; -1 '.' (validated). This meant of "
: p rnti a year corn belt, Haynes said. "You
..... rigid tests for all kinds of animal can't pay too much for a good = -
rH The highest .priced: hog that
FP&L Receives Haynes has bought was a Missouri -

I boar for which he paid $500. C"J
Freedom AwardThe
But he rates Royal Special, an
Freedoms Foundation Indiana boar that he bought in

Friday awarded Florida Power 1959, as the best boar he has ever A i ?\
; and Light Company the incased owned.

George Washington Honor Royal Special

Medal its top national award Royal Special tips the scales at (c- '
for 1962 local advertising campaigns 1,040 pounds and stands waist *.' '
furthering the cause of high to his owner. "His Majesty"has '
y a a"6 .. freedom. been entered in approximately i:1

,. r o. .., 12 shows in Florida in the past \ Cf-ONi
4.'Y three years and received the
t Council Grand Champion's honors in eachof and T. J. pose with Royal Special who tips the scales at 1,040 pounds. T. J. said the giant

:F Nursing them.A boar is the finest hog he has ever owned. Royal Special, retired from showing this year, has been

young boar that Royal Special Grand Champion at the past 12 shows he entered and never been defeated in show competition in
Discusses Report sired and the sow that bore Florida.
the one-year-old boar won honorsat
the recent Tampa State Fairas have," Haynes asserted. "Like begets no longer be content with just the hog business. A sow with a lit-
On Loan ClosetThe
vA e d.. Grand Champion sow and like. And once your herd becomes 'papered' hogs. Today livestock ter of pigs requires only eight
sr Grand Champion boar. top-notch, the result is a producers are growing more con- pounds of food per day while a
J/[ Suwannee Home
Haynes said this was the first continuing line of high quality scious of the finer points in reg- Large boar gets four to six pounds
Nursing Advisory Council held its
time in Florida that a pig and his I animals." istered livestock. For example the Duroc breeder concluded.
monthly meeting in the Blue
4ry Room of the Suwannee Hotel mother received the top laurels at Haynes, a past president of the they look for longer and leaner
th same show. FouryearoldRoyal As- cuts," Haynes explained.
| Southeastern Duroc Breeders
Tuesday, Feb. 19, with M. J. Kir-
by presiding and Leon McDonald Special was not entered in sociation, noted that one of the Livestock Promotion USE
giving the invocation.The the competition this year becauseof best things that has happened to "The Livestock Promotion Pro-

program of the loan closet, his age Haynes explained. the livestock industry in the stateis gram is probably the best thing FUCO
a major project of the council "Royal Special couldn't make the the feeder pig sales and the that has happened to Suwannee'
was reported by Mrs. Deaun Gas- I show this year, Haynes quipped."So educational program that accompanies County," Haynes declared. "If we
J ton. Repairs on the building in he sent" his son to take the them. begin to feed the vast sums of Brand

McAlpin which will house the sick top.honors. The feeder-pig sales have corn produced in this county to
room supplies has begun. These But the "old boy", though retired taught hog producers that buyers livestock any livestock rath
supplies will be available on loan from showing will still be search for and are willing to pay er than sell our grain outside the InsecticideFOR

to; any one in the county who is used for breeding purposes for the top prices for quality animals, he county, the result would bring
next three to four the Du-
in years added. more money into the county thana
of them.
Libby holds one of the newest additions to Haynes Duroc Farm. need roc farmer commented. "Events like the Southeastern massive industry."
The purpose of the council is to BEST RESULTS
This little Dnroc is just a few days old and growing fast. Need For Good Livestock
assist i and direct the home nursing Duroc Congress held in Live Oak Haynes noted that it does notto i
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program which is to make "Good livestock is the thing to last year have caused farmers I take a big investment to get into

;\ Green NamedTo special nursing care on a visit
Pranksters Move basis available to those in need

y ; Dean's List of it.

.I ; Stop Sign Cause The North Florida Junior There is a minimum fee for

College announced last week those who can pay but no one is < -
that Charles F. Green of Live denied services. An adjustment is ,, ; 4t
Serious Accident Oak had been named to the made for those who cannot afford ;
". Dean's list for his exceptional full fee. The money collected will
Pranksters who removed a stop grades daring the previous se- be put in a special fund for equip-
Y '.'.sign from the intersection of mester. ment and special health needs of t H
f Scriven Street and 5th Avenue Green's name was erroneously the community. Any one in need :

were responsible for a traffic collision omitted from the regularly pub- of these services can contact their : _
Thursday, Feb. 21, that lished list several weeks ago family ''physician or call the
.. could have resulted in serious injury because of an oversight made Health Department.
I or death to two Live Oak by the registrar's office. Tuesday evening a group attended -
c women. the 5th annual meeting of
,,,k Police said that an auto drivenby the Clay County Home Nursing

Mrs. Hunter Richardson, traveling Advent Christian Advisory Council in Keystone
south on Scriven Street, col- Heights. Those attending were M.
,,1 lided with Mrs. Jean Calloway J. Kirby. Mrs. B. F. Leighr Mrs.

Skipper's 59 Ford that was pro- Home To Dedicate Donald Nelson, and Mrs. G. B.
ceeding west on 5th Avenue. McLean Jr.

a According to the police report, t

c Mrs. Skipper had the right of New Boys' CottageA LETTER HEADS FORMS MAILERS WHATEVER

way. However, there was no sign Mrs. Davis 62 PRINTING
to indicate a stop intersection to dedication service for the ,
Mrs. Richardson who proceeded newly completed Boys' Cottagewill ,
through the crossing and slammed be held at the Advent Chris- Graveside Services
into Mrs. Skipper's vehicle. tian Home on Sunday, March 17. WANT THE FINEST IN QUALITY AT LOW

V Both women were admitted to The service will begin at 3 pjn. Graveside services for Mrs.
Suwannee County Hospital for Rev. J. Howard Shaw, execu- Florence Davis Baker of O'Brien COST. SEE US ALL TYPES COMMERCIAL

tkl treatment and examination. Mrs. tive secretary of the Advent were conducted Wednesday with .
t Skipper received a severe cut on Christian Denomination, will give the Rev. W. H. Anderson, pastorof PRINTING
her knee that was closed with the dedication sermon. the O'Brien Baptist Church of-

several stitches. Mrs. Richardson The new cottage, a masonry ficiating.Mrs. "'-
sustained severe bruises. structure is designed to providethe Baker, an 82-year-old
Police estimated the damages to children a warm, home-like housewife, suffered a fatal heart : '
I both vehicles at approximately setting. Included in the building attack In route to a Tallahassee INVITATIONS I I STATIONERY .. ..:
j 1000. are a parlor, a recreation room, a hospital Monday and was pro- I
Chief Elwood Howard said that dining room, six double rooms for nounced dead on arrival.
_ considering the circumstances, the the boys, and a suite of rooms Mrs. Baker was born in O'Brien
1 .department case against for the houseparents.The and spent her entire lifetime Joci4eI
.either driver. cottage family includes Mr. there. She was a member of the
and Mrs. Herald Duckworth the O'Brien Baptist Church. : ",

_ houseparents and twelve teenage Mrs. Baker is survived by three .. "
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daughters. Miss Roxie Baker and ? : :
boys. The family enjoys privacyof : .
Miss Zefra Baker of O'Brien and 1--. .
their new home which allows t
_ the cottage unit to function almost Mrs. Thetis Gillette of Tampa; .
i independently.In three sons, Milledge A. Baker of :: .' ,I.
Homestead. Ralph C. Baker of
announcing the dedication ,, .
service, Pomeroy Carter superin- Beauford. S. C.. and Lewis B. FOR INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS : ,\ (
tendent of the Home extended an Baker of Plant City. .-
Highway 90 West invitation to the Home's many Active pallbearers were Gerald coRREcT -- .
friends to attend. Barber Bill Wells, T. W. Fielding : ..::'J. "
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Demands Unbiased Studyhallenges > .. ... Notables Attend I Branford Scouts To Attend Campout .I Hugh Wallace. 62. Of Titusville Dies I

( Fuqua C USDA Repo% r Fire.: '. .Group- Meet A letter received by the Bran- be made up of troops from&. Bran- Hugh u McKinley Wallace" of Ti-I three sons Hugh Wallace Jr. of

The Florida Forest Service ford Scouts from the council office ford, Live Oak Lake City White tusville, brother of J. W. Wallace I Live Oak. James Wallace of West
'4 in Jacksonville last week was Springs and Wellborn. of Live died II
Against MH-30 For 'No Proof Fire Prevention Committee for Oak Tuesday Feb. Palm Beach and Robert Wallace
an invitation to attend the Su The Scout meeting for this 26, in Titusville.Mr. of West Palm Beach; three stepsons -
Suwannee County met at the wannee River District Camporeeat coming Thursday night has been Wallace 62, a retired carpenter Robert Brown and Harold
Congressman Don Fuqua took riculture Secretary Orville Free- Gold Leaf Restaurant on Friday Itchtucknee Springs Mar. 29, called off because the local high had lived in Titusville for Brown of West Palm Beach and
sharp exception this week to a report man to take no action regarding 30,
Feb. 22, with District Forester and 31. school will be playing in a district the past 10 years. He was a Mason Al Brown of Ohio; one brother
issued by the U. S. Depart- MH-30 for the 1963 crop year and At the last Scout
meeting, the
tournament. The of
Scouts and
Gi P. Gary presiding.All Boy a member of the West J. W. Wallace of Live Oak.
ment of Agriculture which con- to immediately take steps for a troop voted to take
part in the Branford will be having a car Palm Beach Shrine Club. He was Suwannee Funeral Home is in
tained damaging statements rela- full and unbiased study of the committee members were upcoming camping event. Checkin wash Saturday. Mar. 2. at the Cut born in New York. charge of arrangements.
tive to the use of MH-30 in the chemical.In present. Guests were State Sen- time will be from 4:30: to 6:30 Rate Service Station from 9 ajn. Funeral services for Mr. Wal- .
r growth of tobacco and which Fuqua his statement to the Secretary ator Houston Roberts- Rep. Leon Friday afternoon. Mar. 29. to 5 p.m. lace will be conducted Friday in Bought driver's lieease
said were not substantiatedin Fuqua concluded with the 1lcDonald.CountyCommis- The admission to this Camporeewill the Suwannee Funeral Home your
? Better do it
yet if were born
the report by scientific facts. statement that "I strongly urge sioner Loure B. Roberson T. J. be 25 cents for all Scouts and The oldest piece of music extant Chapel with the Rev. V. B. Clif- in February. you
Fuqua pointed out in a vigorous no action be taken to prohibit Fletcher Sr., J.V.. Gaston adult leaders. This admission fee with English words is "Sumer ton officiating. He will be buriedin .
statement that the committee of MH-30 during the 1963 crop year Farm Forester Wyman Garland, will pay for the colorful Camporee Is Icumen In", composed at the City Cemetery.Mr. Oh yes a lot of us will always
the Department had rehashed old and that steps be taken to find and County Ranger G. H. Fea- patch and ribbons the Scouts Reading Abbey in the 13th cen- Wallace is survived by his tell the truth no matter whoit
arguments and lumped MH-30 in means to solve these other prob- gle.The will receive. The Camporee will tury. step-daughter Miss Helen Brown; hurts.WORTH'S .
with all poor growing practices to lems which I believe to be of far committee and guests en-
makes a case against the chemicaL more serious consequence to the joyed a Suwannee River catfish .
MH-30 is used to control lessening of quality tobacco pro- dinned and discussed items of -----vo -a-aesm
suckers in the tobacco plants and duction in this nation". business.
without the chemical. it is a tedi-' eI
task. I rsrs1: !
ous"Many and expensive of our farmers have State Chamber Reports II EgOOri

pointed out to me that the use of i
the chemical saves them up to Lady Workers Make Big Gains i I
$300 per acre in the production ,

of impossible their crop to, and get that labor it to is do almost the Total 34 Percent Of Labor Force I ml SURPRISE STORE I I

work at current high prices," he j
Women who work for a living in Florida makeup 34

said.Fuqua pointed out that large per cent of the total labor force in the state, up from 30 I

amounts of seasonal farm labor per cent in 1950, the Florida State Chamber of Commercesaid I. AUCTION DOLLAR DAYS I I II
just do not exist in these areas.. yesterday. .
that the other operations of tobacco "The typical woman worker in Florida is older today ;

gathering provided more is than her counterpart in 1950, she national increase was 60 per cent. I rJ11 FREE AUCTION DOLLARS WITH EVERY' PUR1m I I

job opportunities than there makes more money and she is "Florida women aged 45 to 64 I CHASE, MARCH 1ST TO MARCH 9TH. USE
i available labor.
more likely to be married. made up a third of those working I YOUR FREE AUCTION DOLLARS TO BID FOR I I
He noted that the report just
"There were 635.639 women in while 25 per cent of them were Laa
did not ascertain that MH-30 is the state employed full and part- in the 35 to 44 age group. In 1950 I : VALUABLE MERCHANDISE. SALE STARTS 8:30 I
harmful when used in the proper time, by the 1960 census count, more workers were in the younger nl]) .A.M., MARCH 1ST. I '
amounts based on scientific evidence .
91 per cent more than in 1950. group.
as farmers have been ask-also During that ten-year period the "Annual earnings of women I I 8 BIG SAVINGS DAYS! Ii I
for. The
ing Congressman
number of women in the state'spopulation workers in Florida (including iI
criticized the hearings held at the
increased 72'
per cent those who are employed only '
end of last year on this question slightly below the rate of growthof and domestics I ---- ----------- I
part-time ) averaged -

few when days farmers notice were of given the hearingsto only a Comparable the state's national total gains population.were latest out census to $1.163 date in compared 1959. by with the. I OOBlDJ[ ($]mlBjJ[ ml$] I

prepare testimony that should 35 per cent and 14 per cent re- a national average of $1,357. The
have been prepared over several spectively."Of Florida earnings registered a 44 I_ _____ Ui
months to get a clear and honest .- ------ -----
the in
women working per cent gain in ten years nicely
picture. Florida 369.816 (58 per cent of' above the 32 per cent gain na- \ \ A i I A
"Too much emphasis has been the total) were working wives 114 j'I'tionally..o'

on placed the on other MH-30 factors and which too little are per cent more than in 1950. The \ \ I ::4 i A WHAT BUYS!

contributing to the decline of the \ r
general quality of tobacco in this Florida Industry Detonates Over \\N V1ii ,
nation," Fuqua said. Among those ,-
factors he said, are high poundage ..

low quality varieties plant- 18 Million Pounds Of ExplosivesMore ', :;' "
ing of tobacco too close togetherso JL

that it does not receive proper than 18 million pounds of from blasting holes for tree plant-
sunlight, improper fertilization high explosives were used in Flor- ing to fire fighting.Postoffice THIS SALE ONLY! ,,-
and other ,
practices which seek ida for:industrial purposes during ; ,
r poundage at the expense of quali 1961 the Florida State Chamberof Employee BOYS WRANGLERSReg.

ty.Fuqua Commerce said yesterday
said he is concerned that
Roster To .
The use of explosives: gained Expand $1.98-Sizes 4-6
action on a national scale
5 per cent over 1960 in Florida Examinations are now being -- Now $1.38 '
prove of immense harm to the -------
while nationally the increase was held at the Live Oak Postofficeto
Florida tobacco growers pointingout
3 per cent. establish a list of people eligibl Reg. $2.98-Sizes 7-11
that less
than 3 cent of
the Florida-Georgia per Belt Construction and engineeringwork to establish a list of people eligi- Now $2.22
crop of all types in the state con- ble to substitute as city mail car- /
went into "
Stabilization while in'
I other belts it ranged from 9 per sumed 6,621,345 pounds of explosives riers or clerks.According Reg. $3.69-Sizes 12-6 Men's Khaki or Gray Work Pants
up 34 per cent during to Postmaster Mrs. Now
cent to 30"per cent. I $2.66
the year and,&lgpec.,cent over Sara Rogers the Civil Service reopened In Sizes 28-42
"We are being penalized unfairly . . .$2.22Men's
1958. Florida ranked tenth am- the roster for these posi- LIMITED QUANTITY
by talk of placing penalties on I ,
ong the states in 1961 in the am- tions effective Feb. 26. She explained 2 PAIR PER CUSTOMER .
MH-30 The grown tobaccos he noted. ount of explosives used in con- however that no jobs are Sox, 3 Pre . . $1.00
Congressman called on Ag- S.l .
struction. There was no change open now and these tests will
.............,............... in the national use for this pur- merely add to the names alreadyon %
pose,.1960 to 1961, and a 15 per the Postoffice's employee wait- I
FOR YOUR t cent gain; over 1958. ing list.Cancer. ,, II I \ I '
S 1 1S
TREE TRIMMING & Phosphate limestone and other : A. -
w TREE REMOVAL non-metal mining in Florida uti- Board '
I E TRENCHING lized 9,844,522 pounds of explo- Society '
OR \
DITCHING ;; sives and metal mining used 1- To Meet Tuesday : I /l

435,730 pounds both down slightly American Cancer Society Board \ ::
f CALL from 1960. meeting will be held Tuesday -
Oil prospectors used 21,700 morning. Mar. 5 at 9:30: in the : ,
J FloodConstruction pounds a little more than in 1960 basement of the First Methodist : "-,:'." .j'p vI,
but only about one-fifth of the Church. ,
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11 t Co. 1958 volume. The balance of the All board members are urged to ;t-: : ,.-.: i ...qS. '
FO Florida consumption in 1961 (or attend.
2-2101 196.100 pounds) was used for a A'
*.......................,.?,...I wide variety of purposes ranging (School- Supplies at McCrimon's) .-. /.-;. -f..:.:'' .- ', 2 Pairs
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Bulldogs Swamp Montirello] Cattle, Calf Sales Down. Hogs'" Off At Stock Market I

Cattle and calf trading at the Standard heifers brought $18- shells were down to 835. A few
Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- $19.75 per. hundred pounds and inferior and common eow-calf
ket Wednesday Feb. 20, droppedto utility heifers traded from 16- pairs traded at $17.
144 compared with 217 sold at 1725. Calves weighing 250-500 pounds:
Lose To Columbia the previous sale and hog sales Utility and commercial cows Choice and fancy calves sold from
High; ell from 1,478 to 875 sold. brought $14.75-$17.50. High-can- $22.75-$2S30. goods brought $20.-
said from
According to George C. Averyof ners to average-cutters sold from 50-523.25. mediums
the Florida State Marketing $12.75-$13.75. Cutter and utility $18.25-$21.50. commons

Bulldogs Swamp Monticello In Bureau trading was moderately bulls brought $14$16.75.A from $14-$18.75.
points to the tally. The 79-point trict Tournament slated to be active with demand good for the few standard calves brought Common calves weighing from
victory was one of the Bulldogs' I held hi Starke beginning Thurs- most part. Slaughter cow sales 18252075.( 125-250 pounds brought $17.25-
Last Quarter To Claim 79-74 Win i highest outputs during the season. day. This series will determinewho were weak and other classes were Good feeder-stocker steers $25 with one inferior bringing

Monticello determined to pull represents this the I few or absent he added. brought $20.75-$22.75. mediums $15.50.,
# The Suwannee High School Bulldogs doused a fired off an upset played perhaps its State Tournament to be held later I "Feeder-stocker steers, heifers, sold from $18-$20.50, and a few Hog Trading ,
up Monticello team 79-74 with a scoring thrust in they best game of the year. this year at the University of and calves were weak to $1.50 commons traded for $15. Good Hoc sales dropped approximately ..
fourth 'quarter Saturday to finish their regular season But the Bulldogs were sharp. Florida in Gainesville. lower," Avery commented. Cows heifers brought $19.50-$22.25 600 at this sale compared with .
with a 10-9 record. They scored 44 per cent o, their Suwannee meets Clay County were weak. mediums sold from $17-$19.75, the previous one. *,
The Bulldogs charged ahead of Monticello in the shots from the field and con- High School of Green Cove Avery added that feederstockers and commons averaged from $15- Mixed grades of 18 -210 pound

last four minutes of play as Su- period to pluck the victory from I nected on 55 per cent of their Springs in the first round of the made up 84 per cent of the run $18.Common barrows and gilts brought $14.51.
wannee outscored its opponents Monticello's fingertips and claim' free throws. I District Tourney. with calves being 25 per cent of with a few low-medi- 210-240 pounds $14.62 240-270

26-12 in the final stanza. a winning record in regular sea The Bulldogs' final cage action a I the total. I um cows brought $12.50-$19. inferiors pounds $13.50. 160-180 poundsNo.
Monticello. leading by eight I son's play. this; season will come in the nict '! (School Snnnl5 -...t ".Cri-fm.; -Slaughter steers were absent. sold from ll-$12.50f. and ( 1 Continued on Pare 7))

j; points at the beginning of the Ronald Strickland led the team ------

fourth quarter just could not In scoring with 28 points with
handle the Bulldogs' full court Ronald Williams contributing 16

r press. And when the Bulldogs
took command of the lead they
froze the ball. The frustrated op- Bulldogs SparkleIn
ponents 'panicked, committed

fouls easy layups.and gave the Bulldogs some 64-56 Defeat / BACKDROP FOR SECURITY

The Bulldogs falling behind
I Monticello's early lead trailed 21- By Columbia HighThe

:. 17 at the end of the first quarter.
By the end of the half Monticellohad Suwannee High Bull- .- ..
: increased its lead to 44-39. dogs turned ,in one of their ; :{ ,;; _::, <'. ..;:_ ;. .:;:_:: :,'
Suwannee's chances for the victory most sterling performance of -

i looked slim at the end of the the season Friday in bowingto CONDENSED 1
1 third quarter as Monticello poured Keystone Tournament _
I on the pressure with a nine point Champion P. K. Yonge of ,
;, ; lead making the score 62-53. Gainseville 64-56 at the Col-
But the Bulldogs rallied and iseum. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
came storming back in the final
I Ronald Strickland came to life
SCORING RECORD with a demonstration of some ol As of December 31 1962
in leadingthe ,
Suwannee his early season form ..
Croft, Darrell 11 team to a near upset victory
Croft, Dean 6 over the champions.
:. Tsacrios 1 With four minutes left to play ( ASSETSBONDS
Flood 3 the Bulldogs and the Blue Wave f.
Law 8 were deadlocked 50-50. Then the
Williams 16 fouls flew thick and fast. A mom- -
r Dees 4 ent later Strickland and Ronald U. S. Gov6mmsnf- __ --- $ 1,5-95,309.41)))

;. Strickland : 28 Williams fouled out of the con- | State County and Municipal 13,575,193.34
.t Kirby 2 test. Then the Blue Wave began I IPublic
slowly moving ahead to win the Utility 9,790,154.03

; 79 match with an eight point mar- 1 Industrial ___________ 11,757,344.51

Monticello gin.Even Railroad ________________ .. 948,671.30
i i Bardon 13 in defeat the Bulldogs ..
Cooper 5 looked brilliant. The team shot 45
Reams 7 per cent from the floor and con- Sa

;' McDonald 16' nected on 55 per cent of its free Public Utility Pref: $ 1,356,800.00
: Phillips 5 throws, one of the best shooting
7 Odom 28 percentages Suwannee has made Public Utility Com. 2,883,684.00
this season. s Bank, Trust, and Ins. Co. 192,886.00
74 Strickland gave the squad the Industrial Pref. 42,425.00
high-scoring zip it has missed
since early in the season while Industrial Com. 2,896,696.00
Williams connected for 10 points Railroad Pref. 267,280.00

t PARKER'S and a fine floor effort. Both play- Savings and Loan Assn Shrs. 455,000.00
ers sparkled on rebounding ;
r r Investment Herald Life Ins. Co.
: DRIVE IN against the taller Blue Wave.
The champions were forced to First Mortgage Loans on Real Est. 46,543,292.64

JASPER Phone HIGHWAY 362-1832 hustle all through the game as the Real Estate 8,416,793.88
Bulldogs nipped at their
scrappy Cash and Bank 3,806,185.43Prems.
heels. Only three to four points Deposits
Due and Uncollected
I separated the two teams' scores 2.nO,305.20
all during the contest and the Invest. Income Due and Accrued .._. .. 682221.84
Blue Wave had to pull out of a l ..
\ Vz Fry 99c !4 Fry 69c Loans to Policyholders 173,095.77'
I : Served with French Fries. tie at the last minute to claim a ; ,tltE
Salad and Hot Rolls shaky victory. Other Assets 23,523.85


: DINNERS Flood 9
i With All The Trimmings Williams 10

;s $1.50 Strickland 23 tr .. LIABILITIES a
Poole 4 t:
':' Milk Fresh Shakes Custard and Ice Sundaes Cream Law 8 Reserve for Life Policies and Contracts _. ..$ 87,053,333.62

i of All Flavors. Dees Z Ass Reserve for A and H Contracts, 1,401,482.19Supp.

; Root Beer 40 Per Gallon P. K. Yonge Contracts Payable 333,760.74
{ i We Furnish Jugs Hoskins 14 Policy and Contracts Payable 2,416,746.96

WATCH FOR Ic SALE Springfield 14 .- Prems Recd in Advance 907,384.27
j Stearns 20 I I Commissions Due or Accrued 23,636.90
WE CATER TO Robertson 8
Bartlett 8 Gen. Exp. Due or Accrued 122,992.61
i .. OFFICERS Taxes, Licenses and Fees Due or Accrued 1,157,898.98Amts.

64Vx Withheld as A9t. or Trustee .__.._._._..., 406,593.14
,:,:(::::?::t ftr f::"7W::: President and Chairman Assistant Vice President Unearned Invest. Inc. 9,228.95
of the Board ROBERT H. ABBOTT
... WILFORD C. LYON, SR. Assistant Vice President Agents Balances 50,377.12
First Vice President THAD P. McENTYRE Security Val Reserve 1,711,625.95
JAMES H. STANLEY Assistant Vice President .
t :: .. ................. ... Second Vice President ROBERT A. MILLS Other liabilities 309,687.27
I .
G. HOWARD BRYAN Assistant Vice President
a Third Vice President J. E. HARRISON
.Y -- CHARLES A. SNEAD Assistant Vice President
Capital Stock $ 3,319,256.18Group
". Secretary-Treasurer J. E. CROUCH
JOHN S. YOUNG Assistant Vice President Cont. Resv. 238,761.31
':\.: 'jw.: ..
Honorary Vice President. JOHN M. INGALLS
J. ALEX HOWARD Assistant Vice PresidentVice Surplus J
RICHARD M. LYON Assistant Vice PresidentVice
CECIL B. CARROLL Assistant Vice President ..'o! CAPITALS AND SURPLUS $112,194,552.21J ,.
Vice President and JAMES B. WINDHAM
Director of Agencies Assistant Vice President
President and Assistant Secretary-Treasurer HIGHLIGHTS
General Counsel JOHN E. FINLEY '
WILLIAM A. HOWARD Assistant Secretary-Treasurer. *
< Vice President WENDELL L GUNN
tM -/ JAMES C. CRAIG Assistant Secretary-Treasuref .
IN FORCE $1,091,117,543.00Increase
.. -,.,.4 THOMAS H. PATE Comptroller 3.80%
Vice President and Actuary JOHN H. TERRY, M. D.
\ Vice President MILLION. MARK .$ 112,194,551.57
A Increase 13.51%
_ ttit;, ;- DIRECTORS
> JACOB F. BRYAN, III, Chairman BENEFICIARIES _$ 25,608,304.00Increase
Come in for a demonstration and discover J. AlEX HOWARD LUCY B. GOODING i "- TWO MILLION POLICYHOLDERS _. ._ _.$ 88,454,815.81

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I at $8 with a few stags bringing about two miles north of Live ban sprawl and resultant high

County Agent's Column V _4't $9-$9.25. Oak, recently made application valuations and conreepoadtegiF
H\ -. Medium and good feeder-pigs for a land capability map and a high taxes placed on their land. '
(, r- 1 1J) under 120 pounds sold from $11- long-range soil and water conser- The solution suggested is early
: $13.50. vation report. adoption of adequate planning
I a. and zoning controls by municipal
E BY PAUL CREWS No.2man The Suwannee Concert Associ- officials in rural areas where Intensive -
: =: '- was reelected to head the ation will present its third and development has not oc-
final musical program of the sea- curred.A .
Through the years the Florida ging off varieties it is recom- Suwannee County TB and Health son Tuesday in the High School
Agricultural Experiment Stations mended that the following five Association at a meeting held in Auditorium.The county planning board ()official -
805, the Conference Room of the Ag- urged the farmers to participate -
have been striving to develop the varieties be planted: DeKalb All Star Quartet is"expect-
new varieties of the best crops for Pioneer 310, Coker 15, Funk G- : E riculture Building Monday. ed to prove just as entertaining in planning activities. He ad-
vised them to take action
our farmers. They take many 144, and U. S. 13. 1- ; as Ving Merlin's "Enchanted group
things into consideration before As far as peanut varieties are ,.. more more more more more moreA Strings"! to secure regulations that would
varietiesare pair of speakers representing discourage "ttie hodge-podge scat-
recommending a specific varietyof concerned the following a.
any crop to our farmers. recommended. The runner Varieties Suwannee High School's two FFA I teration of marginal high-density
In choosing the ft"'VN: <,: -1:/ f't" are: Early Dixie, and Va. chapters told Rotarians here No.3 developments here and there thrua
kind of crop to L': .;. ../ Bunch 57. The Spanish varieties. Monday that chapter members I festations reported in previous low-density, low-cost fanning
be grown the l' N i<, are Argentine Starr, and Dixie. i average 1283.71 in earnings and years. area, bringing with them requests
following characteristics -f' 7. .-0": The Va. type peanuts recommended farmers today need to engage in for city services city protection,

should J ,"W are Flori Giant, NC-2 and Ga. !I a public relations program to Inform Planning Needed new schools and complaints" about
be kept in mind:i t.. /1 v. :.Vi, 11920.As folks they are not respon- existing farming practices.
(1) the growth. '; ';./".,-..,. far 'as tobacco varieties are sible for high prices. For Rural ZoningNew In Florida some of our leading
cycle, (2) the : ;' concerned the experiment stations The speakers were Jimmy Jersey has been having agricultural organizations have
growing season'rif.A are still recommending varieties Brannon of the Suwannee Chap- troubles similar to those which formed the Florida AgriculturalTax
(3) adaption to r ; < of tobacco that were planted ter and Lewie Brannon of the have been causing tax difficultiesfor Council Inc. to seek reasonable -
soils and ciim-ftki:: 1-! in 1962. For the broad leaf Williams Chapter.The agricultural producers in some assessments on land used for
ate, (4) uses of Jjl; It'i. a group, NC-402 Golden Cure Mc- Florida counties. agricultural purposes. I hope they
the crop (5) yield and quality of Nair 12, McNair H-2, and NC 95. school board authorized Agricultural zoning in some sections can get their message across to
the harvested product, and For the medium to narrow leaf letting out all county schools for of New Jersey was advocated the residents of our fast-growing
(6) the resistance of insects diseases group. Fla. 22, Hicks, White Gold, the legislative meeting scheduledto recently by planning officials at a urban and suburban centers because -
and nematodes.If and Coker 80 F are the varieties III be held in the elementary meeting for poultry farmers held those people need to under-
our farmers will take these : recommended. *' school cafeteria Friday. at Trenton.It stand they'll be wanting and
things into consideration before Other varieties may be plantedbut This meeting is designed to determine was pointed out that some needing in the future the open
planting a specific variety of any farmers will be planting them how the Florida Legisla- poultry farmers have been forced I spaces that proper "green beK"
do wish you'd wait until duck season is over. Suwannee school out of business because subur- for them:
crop then plant the varieties that ture can help of zoning now can provide
are recommended to our farmers children. County educators and
in this North Florida area cultivate FORECAST political leaders will be on the

according to good farming Agricultural Weath- Soil,moisture will continue high program.
practices and fertilize moderately South Georgia SE with the indicated rainfall and '
good results can be expected. NW Florida issued soil temperatures are expected to Insurance for Suwannee County SPREADER SERVICE
As far as the most importantcrop Agricultural Me- remain somewhat below normal. school children which would cover
in Suwannee County is con- S. Weather Bureau Mean three inch bare soil tem- them from the time they left for DOLOMITE-FERTILIZER-
cerned, this being small grains, it Service Office, Tif- peratures are expected to rise school in the mornings until they
is recommended that our people 17, 1963: slowly during the next two weeks returned home was approved by
t,, plant ONLY the varieties recommended during the next reaching the middle 50s over SE the Suwannee County School ALL TYPES OF SPREADING
Board at its meeting here Tues-
by our experiment sta February through Alabama near 60 degrees in South
tions. Out of approximately 65,000 are expected to Georgia and the middle 60s over day.The SERVICECall
cost would be $1.25
acres of corn grown annually in four degrees below NW Florida by.March 1st. per
; Suwannee County, our people can a a year for each student and wouldbe
mean temperatures paid by the parents of the chil-
expect to produce approximately
52 to 57 degrees No. 1
3 million bushels of grain. dren.L. .
temperatures rea- $13.69. 140-160 pounds $13.08,
The varieties that are recommended -
in the order of preferenceare Minimum or higher on five 120-140 pounds $13. 100-120 M. Crews Jr. and L. N. McDonald JOHN L. TIPPETTE

as follows: Florida 200, Dixie FLORIDA"I to tempera-fall to pounds $12.70, 80-100 pounds city councilman are expected -
18, Jackson, Coker 67, and Coker lower two three $12.60. back in Live Oak this week
71. These varieties are the long ; of or Georgia Sows weighing from 180-400 with the city's new $5,795 garbage 362-1535
pounds brought$11.45-$12. while truck.
season hybrids used for cribbing and five or six times
and hogging off. For early hog- sections of Georgia 400-600 pounders sold from $10.-
-- i 40-$10.90. Boars continued to sell Ernest Holmes whose farm is
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SEE ME\ IN '63
to be heavy aver- : tloJ*
BUILDING seven inches in SE 4- 0a -
and one-half to : : 0'
PAINT, PLYWOOD inches in SW : 1
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PLUMBING AND the Quincy district '-
three and one-half The best MOVE
We Make All one-half inches over
the Suwannee

Langford regular. Rain frequent is expect-in- you'll ever make is '

East Ilelvenston Street expected to average
LIVE OAK, per cent of possible dur- into a MEDALLION home IiS
ing the next 30 days.

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Soil Test Program Westwood Holds Sweetheart BanquetA every Saturday night for high
school students and one each Fri-

day night for. Junior High stu DuPRE'SAuction
Agent Kiwanis MembersTo dents.

"Thse Junior High dances have

Work Hard And Fertilize good participation with about 110-
115 boys and girls attending each

"Early to bed, Early to rise, Work like the devil And dance," Pulley noted. Dollar
fertilize." One other program recently
started by the Center is the bas-
Stating his farming in this
philosophy simple poem ketball league for 11 and 12 year
coupled with a free-flowing array "of humorous illustra- old boys. The teams practice at

tions, County Agent Paul Crews Wednesday, Feb. 20, the old Armory on Thursdays and
amused Kiwanis members for 45 I money in the past and is currently play their games there each Sat-
minutes and impressed the group showing a profit by using the urtay morning. Pulley said this
with seriousness of soil test- same old tried and tested practices 12-11 League also enjoys a big Sale
so why should be change. turnout. Day
ing.Crews .
told the club that if all "We have got to get rid of these -'
Suwannee County farmers tested old ideas and progress through
their soil to determine the right modern techniques",.Crews asserted. No.3
balance of fertilizer ingredients to "The old ways ,just cannot h ors war company commander hereOn .
use the resulting crop harvest keep pace in modern agriculture." tA promotion to major he be Y '$ JUST 92JA
would raise the county's incomeby After the right balance in fer- came battalion executive officer
over two million dollars. tilizer is acquired 'then it's timeto and on promotion to Lt. Colonel

For example, he explained the apply the growing element assumed command of the tank
the said. x battalion of which the Live Oak LADIES
average corn yield per acre in this nitrogen agent : *
county is 37 bushels. Instead, Su- Crews likened the application of unit is a part.
wannee farmers should be pro- nitrogen to a crop to pumpinggas Prior to his current assign-
ducing 100 bushels an acre, he de- into a car at the service sta ment. he served as executive officer DRESSES
clared. tion. For the guy that is going of Command Combat A-with

The only hurdle that stands just around the corner, a coupleof N headquarters at Jacksonville.
gallons is sufficient, Crews Colonel Dale is married ,to the
between the county and this extra f'(
$2 million a year is the choreof noted. But the man who has some former Miss Betty Cason and they In A Host of Styles

convincing farmers to test their place to go says "fill her up". have three children and reside on And Materials
soil, Crews continued.The Once the ratio of nitrogen to Suwannee Avenue. \ i
minerals is determined the soil Promotion of Dale and Durrellto '
testing procedure is painless +
t Sizes 7 24
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and costs only the briefest reaction must be adjusted suit "eagle" Colonels raises the c: .
the the agent continued.The number of Live Oak men attain-
slip of time, he assured. Farmers crop A youthful king and his queen complete with a court of royalty ALL ONE PRICE
need only come by the countyagent's need varies with the crop and ing this"rank to five. Four
were crowned Thursday Feb. 21, at the annual Sweetheart Banquet entered Federal service with
type. five
office pick a
bag and return the up bag paper filled "Hereafter", Crews quipped sponsored by the Training; Union of the Westwood Baptist Church. the unit in 1940, The fifth servedas $3.00 Each
They (sitting) Bobbie Sue Ellis, Poole, king General of
are Jimmy.
with a sample of their soil. Then "when you meet someone, don't queen; ; Assistant Adjutant ,
the agent sends the bag to the say 'Good Morning', ask him if (standing) Buck Duboise, duke; Shirley Herring, duchess; Florida for years.
University of Florida where it is he's had his soil tested lately. Christy Worthington, princess; and Gerrold Brim prince. Major General Robert G. White No Approvals
tested for the precise level or baLance "You people are the leaders of The Sweetheart Banquet is a special Valentine festivity in (Ret) who served as Assistant Ad-

between phosphorous and our county. You are the doctors of which the youth are guests of honor. "It affords the intermediatesand jutant General: Brig. General All Sales Final and Cash
the soil. You the that Rees (Ret); and Brig.
are men
potash needed in a fertilizer.
young people an opportunity to enjoy themselves in the Christ-
must relay information to our General Louie C. Wadsworth all
Crews explained that unfortunately "
ian atmosphere of a church-sponsored banquet, Rev. J. W. Bail-
farmers that will help them make their service with the
it is often hard to sell a began PRETEEN
lie, Westwood pastor, said. & CHILDREN'SDRESSES
farmer on soil testing. The farmer's more money, earn a better living
The Royalty was selected on the basis of the individual's Training unit.Generals
Rees are
argument is that he has made for their families, and in turn, White and
result in an expanded income for Union grades cumulative for a year in which they, receive retired and General Wadsworth is
the whole county," Crews conclud- points for attendance, bible reading', preparing lessons appearing now serving as Deputy Commander -_-

LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING ed.After on the program>> and participating in Bible study courses. of the 55th Operations Head- Values to $6.95
his address, the agent I Gene Cox, Suwannee High School athletic director, addressedthe quarters.Few .
passed each Kiwanian four soil group on the role of physical fitness in good citizenship. Rev.C. cities in Florida can match Now Just $2.98
test buttons to be of Live Oak in provid-
Small or Large Areas worn on ceremonies the record
S. (Cuz) Parker was master of for the event.
i coat or shirt until given out to ing officers for the Army National -
CALL Approximately 100 people were present to enjoy the banquetand
some friend or passerby. Guard.
entertaining skits provided by the youth of the Church. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S .

WO 3-2751 FOR SEAFOODS THE FRESHEST Soil Supervisors To Meet Friday No.4 and mold the lives of our chil DRESS SHOES & OXFORDSPatent

Day WO 3-2373 Mack's Fish MarketPine .... .. dren."
or writeP. I The regular monthly meeting of day March 1 at the County Agri- E. K. Hamilton, Lt. Governor: of Leather and Kid
O. Box 475 Freshness and Quality Assured the Board of Supervisors for the cultural Building in Live Oak. Kiwanis, read the following code
WELLBORN, FLORIDA Phone FO 2.1650WUUWUUUWVUUUUUUUVUWWUUUUWUI Suwannee River Soil Conservation Scheduled for discussion is the to the group $1.98 PairLADIES'
Alii District will be held at 3 pm. Fri- District sponsored speaking con- "Here he is teacher. He Is
test. The date and place for this more than a little boy. This

event are to be determined and. little fellow is the beginning of ..
the judges named.C. I a man. For a few precious hours & CHILDREN'S
B. Blickensderfer, Plant Ma- each day his imagination is
terial Specialist, from Arcadia yours to kindle. His mind is DRESS ANKLETSWhite

Auction Dollar Days SpecialsTYPEWRITER spent Tuesday afternoon in the yours to stretch with infinite
Live Oak area with work unit surprises. His character is yoursto and Colors
Conservationist John Hampton. cut and grind and polish. '
Observations of the plantings of Lead him with love, teacher. He Just lOc Pair .
Sericea lespedeza and Pencilflow- is your challenge, and your op ._ ., .,
AND ADDING MACHINE er on the Suwannee Valley Experiment portunity."
Station were:! made. "The challenge and opportunitywe
RIBBONS I : Each of these plants has poten- share as good citizens is to '- 36" INDIAN HEAD
-. ,. tial value both as forage and land support our schools in preparingthis
': '- ":\ if"'-. builders in this area. The plantingS new generation for responsibilities -
Regular Price $1.25 / .'
.: _. were made by Dick Lundyat of leadership during the Solid Colors- Slight Irregulars
: the Station using seed furn- crucial years ahead," Hamilton
Only SSe.
: ished Conservation by the Suwannee District. River Soil added.IN t 69c Yd.


'., SHEAFFER CARTRIDGE PENS ? manufactured Wholesale value forest of products primary in JUDGE FLORIDA.RE H.:D.The CLEMENT Estate SUWANNEE of IN PROBATE.IN New Spring Patterns In Drip Dry

f Florida has increased five timesin Deceased.To Wash and WearPRINTS ,
:" : Reg. $1.49 '. All Creditor and Persons Having :
: 25 years, according to the Flor- Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
: ida Forest Service. You and each of you are hereby noti- '
{ Only $ .75. fied and required to present any claims
:: and demands which you or either of
.... you, may nave against the estate of H. -
R $2.98 -.- -. '-",!,:'-:y." .. No. 1 D. Clement, deceased late of said County Reg. 69c
eg to the County Judge of Suwannee
i S years ago that my association be- County Florida at his office in the ,
Only $1.50 i gan with this newspaper. court Florida house, within of six said calendar County months at Lire from Oak. For This Event 49c
Those years have been interest- the time of the first publication of this
ing and enjoyable. Sometimes I notice. Each claim or demand shall be in
writing and shall state the place of "
BURROUGHS go back and read some of the residence and post office address of the 40" Good GradeSHEETING
"stuff"I wrote a quarter of a ceI1- claimant, and shall be sworn to by the
claimant, their agent, attorney and any
ELECTRIC ADDER & SUBTRACTOR' tury ago. Times change and so such claim or demand not so filed shall
does one's viewpoint and style. be void.
,. Interest in a winning football Administratrix of the Estate of
Reg. $199.95 team has not changed however H. D. Clement, deceased
and some day I hope to come up 39-42 4 Yds. $1.00

Only $159.00 # with a team that will cover the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
\ span of football at the local FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN
Plus Tax school for' except for the war RE M.:A.The BEST.Estate of BOYS 13) % OZ.
years I saw most of those who Deceased.
wore the Green and White play. Notice Of Intention To Apply
: Included are father-son combi- Notice is hereby given that I bare
: nations. That is I saw both the filed my final return as the sole remaining -
TYPEWRITERWith qualified executrix of the Es-
father and son in football action.It tate of M. A. Best, deceased and my 6 Thru 1 16
would make interesting read- petition for final discharge and I will
Case */ apply to the Honorable Reece Brown.County Pr.
Carrying $1.79
ing. Judge in and for Suwannee
County, Florida, on March II, 1963 at
Reg. $68.00 ". 10:00 o'clock A. M. for approval of my

: .'....' 00 ., No. 2 final the sole return remaining and for qualified final discharge executrix as of
fl.. Only $50. High students and make this the Estate of M. A. Best, deceased. MEN & BOYS
.tf __- :- : : '', Dated this January 28, 1963.

.. :::i ..-' : : -r Plus Tax '. : -. dance Already an, the annual Center affair has each a dance June. 39-42 Sole remaining Eloise qualified D. Lewis Executrix SPORT SHIRTS

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<;:> -- ; FOUR DRAWER "::;:.':;;:, A Thought For TodayBy ; Reduced As Much As

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In taking revenge a man is but equal to
Reg. $69.95 his enemy, but in passing it over he is his su-

-\ Only $45.00ONLY ii perior. Bacon. Shop DuPre's For These And A Store

: L exceedingly Full of Quality Goods At Low Low

SIX .:-. and deserved chastisement. In a broad sense any
'< } punitive measure might have overtones of revenge, Prices. Get Your Stage Money Here

: COLE STEELTYPEWRITER .' ) human although transgressions who can argue cry that out certain for punishment acts and? So That You May Bid On The Prizes

DESK : The important thing then is perhaps the rather uncommon At The Auction To Be Held March 9.DuPRE'S .
r $ wisdom which distinguishes with clarity
& between the need to exercise punishment: where

Reg. $13.95 warranted revenge. and the less noble desire to exact

j Only $10.00 For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remem-

ber we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to -

you. We' bare always given this service in our area '


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Suwannee Is Popular Recreation Area

History is taking a back seat to fun in the Suwannee Smcannee River State Park realized until it is navigable the

River country, and this part of North Florida expects to year round.
I. enjoy its greatest recreational season in history this sum- Nearby is the Boys Ranch
where the Florida Sheriffs Associ-
mer.The ation has established a home for The Suwannee River provides recreation and fun for the
Suwannee River is still the same graceful, pipturesque -
x This is not reform
boys. a school whole family: fishing, boating, swimming skiing and even skin
1 stream that Stephen ply depots all up and down the but a true home for neglected diving.
Foster depicted in his classic river. But there is much more. boys from broken homes. Visitorsare
song "Old Folks At Home", but Just plain exploring nature study invited.
with increased popularity of the and hiking are on the in- State Park Cancer Service Group Iiolds 'Work Day'The F
small pleasure boat and the out- crease. Birdwatching photography The Suwannee River State Parkis service department of the 20, for a "work day" to IftIIIate t
board motor the Suwannee has and the study of geology and located where U. S. Highway 90 American Cancer Society met at bandages.
I become 'a mecca for boaters and botany are generating more and crosses the river. Nearl this scenic the home of the chairman Mrs. Eleven women representing.line
I campers. more interest. I park is Falmouth Springs the Morgan ?Miller Wednesday, Feb. churches in the community **.. i
Boaters and adventurers have More strenuous sports like water world's shortest river, featured in present. Thus far 100 bndtt
explored every inch of the 200 skiing and skin diving are also yt. Ripley's Believe It or Not. have been made and packaged.
mile stretch from the Suwannee'ssource drawing large groups to this rec- i Falmouth Springs flows 900 On down river there's another Mrs. Miller urged ladies interested -
in Pogo's Okeefenokee reational paradise. Divers have : 5 As feet then goes underground presumably touch of history at Fowler's Bluff in this program to attend the
Swamp to the Gulf of Mexico but recovered Indian artifacts and to join the Suwanneefour some 10 miles from the river's next meeting at her home on
the river country still retains fossils found to be as' much as 50 I miles away. mouth. Legend has it that Span- March 20.
that wilderness appearance. million years old.Tourist -_._ 100 Clear SpringsAll ish and French pirates hid their The Live Oak Coca-Cola Bottling
There is something for every- Attractions ____ of the more than 100 clear loot in this area. One man claimshe Company furnished .Ook.,
one here it's a perfect spot for Passing tourists have found .springs are favorites of swimmersand found $60,000 of the treasure for the ladies. The Live Oifc
any type of family vacation or they can rent a boat to explore skin-divers but the clear and another searched for the Laundry will pick up old "tinea
week end outing. sections of the nearby river and c ? 4y water of the Santa Fe and Itch- treasure and came away wealthy for bandage-making from anyone
+ .i .rn L
.Popular Pastimes allow the children to swim in one
tucknee Rivers two tributaries but said nothing. who will donate them.
"Boating camping fishing and of the many dozens of crystal- have produced the most historical
swimming are the most popular clear springs which feed the river. finds. All seven miles of the
pastimes. Springs such as 'Hart One of the chief attractions in .-.1 Itchtucknee are clear as a dry
Springs Troy Springs and Man- the Suwannee River country is martini with a white bottom. It
,atee Springs have camp sites the Stephen Foster Memorial a crosses U. S. Highway 27 east of THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick
with public facilities boat docks state park located at White Branford.
U. S. 41 State Park on the Suwannee River has picnic area, playgroundand
and picnic areas. There are motels Springs where Highway
Another unique attraction is
boat ramps and marine sup- crosses the Suwannee. This Me- boat ramps. The Park is fast becoming a mecca for tourists Veneer-One or Two Baths.
hand-pulled ferry last in the
and sightseers.
nation on State Highway 340
south of Branford. An elderly
FRANK HADDON'SHICKS mortal recaptures a touch of the during the dry seasons, so its wa- man pulls a barge hauling vehic- FinancingSMALL
Old South and there are two ter upstream would be deep les by hooking a stick on a cable DOWN PAYMENT
boats making regular trips-both enough for pleasure boating with- stretched across the river.
Order From replicas of the old-time stern- out fear of shoals. The Suwan- Touch Of HistoryFor Located In Edgewood Subdivision.
wheel riverboats which once plied nee's tannic red water is beauti- the historical minded, a trip
TEXACO SERVICE STATION the Suwannee hauling timber ful as it pours over the dam and should be made to Troy Springs SELECT YOURS NOW
cotton and supplies. nearby rocks like tea. north of Branford where the hull Contact
Suwannee River Dam The Suwannee River Authority of a Confederate boat can be seen
Ohio Ave. Newest free attraction is a dam formed by 12 counties in the Su on the springs bottom. This old
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA at Suwannee Springs where U. S. wannee basin is spearheading efforts "Madison" captured several Yankee W. G. MULLINSPhone
Day Phone Night Phone Highway 129 crosses the river. to further clear and mark gunboats during the Civil
The state built this dam for the river channel and deepen the War. Then the owner had her 362-2057
362-2594 362-2963
experimenting to see if the Su river by dams. They feel the full scuttled, but he never returned
wannee could be "backed up" potential of the river cannot be from the war to raise her.

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News And Activities From Beulah Community Club

Sets Business MeetingThe

;,. THE RECREATION CENTER '. t.,. -. Beulah monthly Community meeting ImprovementClub of the

tl, By CHARLES PULLEY, Director will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday Feb. 28, at the Com-

i As spring approaches the tempo boys 11 and 12 years old is progressing munity Center.A .
,at the Live Oak-Suwannee nicely and is experiencing covered dish supper will be 1
County Recreation Department is some exciting basketball served prior to the program and -

picking up. More people are taking games. Several games have been business meeting.J. r uAS..
B. Mills, ASCS office manager -
of Recreation Department two
won or lost by Just one or
programs and facilities points in the closing seconds of will present an important
and the daily attendance on the the game. This is the first year rC. discussion on the 1963 Grain Bank
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playground is increasing. the Recreation Department has 0I Program.The
Since the lad of 50 it public is invited.
walking sponsored such a program and .
miles began, people have been is hoped that this program will

calling the Recreation Depart- help increase the interest and I SiJIn Of ThanksWe .
ment and asking for information basketball skills of boys in this Card PEED AS r. w
concerning the adult physical fit- area. If you have a free moment want to thank Dr. Dietrich i.EASHED IY -
ness program. The people who are Saturday morning drop by the the nurses and the hospital staff -
participating In this program I I Old Armory about 9 or 10 and see and the friends and neighbors for I SYRACUSE HAS SPARK NATICNM3IM & .-,.- '
meet at the Recreation Center. some of the exciting basketballin all the help and kindness shown THEIR BID TO '
each Thursday night at 8:00: and progress. during the illness and death of UNSEAT THE KLBO-CfUXSIMTHE .. ) -- rc

engage in active games and calls Junior-Senior High Nights our father. May God bless each of

thentics. Anyone who is interestedin Junior and Senior High Nightsare you.
this program should call the increasing in attendance and The family
Recreation Department for fur- with the advent of warmer weather u Essie McCall
ther information. The Recreation it is expected that attendanceat Doris Mizell
Department recommends that Instead these two events will increase T

of walking fifty miles for even more. Junior High Night is Seven University of Florida
exercise will get more held at the Recreation Center
a person to i
; residence halls, recently constructed -
good from walking briskly around each Friday night from 7:30 un- and totalling a sum of $8- --
the block two or three times daily. til 10:30 and Senior High Nightis
500,000 are named in honor
Pre-School PlaytimeThe held each Saturday night from some 62 Floridians who have
Junior Womans Club Pre- 10:00: until 12:00. "That tow that jumped over the moon was made significant contributions to
School Playtime meets each Mon- Student Board' it Russian or one of ours?" .
y the University.son
day and Thursday morning at The Student Recreation Board .
9:30: at the Center. This provides composed of students from Su- '4' COSTEUO I
Rec Center
BasketballLeagueLeading MATE HAL 6REER RRM"f1E
led the Hawks offense with 6
supervised play for children aged wannee High School has been -- FASTEST BACK-
3 thru 5. Parents who are bring- elected and will hold its first points each. Hank Ratlif droppedin .. LARRYAl ER116W COURT DUO IN..mo6ASKCTBALL. .
4, Charles Howes 3, and Vern k ? f.7 FOUT AND .
ing their children for the first meeting with the Live Oak-Su- Falcons
Edge Roberts 2, to account for the HAD 058 Ass1S 3
time are required to register the wannee County Recreation Boardat A aCENTRAL
Hawks total of 21
children with members of the, its next regular monthly meet- points.
1 Junior Womans Club who are ing. We hope that the Student Eagles Comets Outlast HawksBy The win by the Comets left the
i Falcons in the league lead with
present. Recreation Board will provide a
the, other three teams tied for
The 12-11 basketball league for. closer contact between the Recre- Jim Clayton getting 4 points and the Falcons 3. place.
The Falcons of the 12-11 bas- The Falcons showed a well-bal- HEAT.AIRCONDITIONING
ketball league continued their anced offense led by Alvin Greene STANDINGSWon Lost
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the short end of an 11-8 score Townsend hit for 4, Anthony Le- the line
c SHOULDER..KIHDARONU4NTICy at half-time, but they shifted vere 2, Michael Pittman 2, and the first game beginning at 9:00
G-GEE: CANON LOOK AT their offense into high gear in the Tom Cheek 1. in the Old Armory. The second W. C. COPELAND JR.
THAT COUPLW E 51TT1Ni YES?. HUH? I third quarter as they outscoredthe The Comets, always involved in game will put the Eagles againstthe ,
FlmNT OF US: SUPPOSlar Eagles 8-0. a close game, came out on top Hawks game beginning at HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida
The fourth quarter was playedon Saturday by squeezing past the 10:00.
AUH even terms with the Eagles Hawks 23-21. The game was decided -
in the final 35 seconds on
ation Department and the High a basket by the Comets' Lawrence
School students of the area, and Pert. The Hawks had another
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Little Women To Woman's Club To MeetThe
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JS(9fg ?:lP/te4i-fh Hold March Meeting dS wee Sa Woman's Club of Live Oak
win meet Friday at the club house
The Little Women of Live
Oak .will hold their Marchluncheon e tstr.. Mrs. Louie C. Wadsworth and beth Haddon. and Miss Angela for their March meeting. The cov-
and general meeting ITAi10lHYtAt Mrs. Frank Futch Sr. spent last Jones both students at the Uni- ered dish luncheon meeting will
WOMGN Saturday March 2, at the club Wednesday in Jacksonville. versity of Georgia in Athens. start at 12:30.
; house on West Duval Street at T/Sgt. R. A. McCrimon left this Mrs. Bill Nobles returned home Mrs. W. H. Williams will take.
12:30. AU members are urged ... Smart Tragsitiaeerr week after a two weeks visit with Sunday from Savannah where she part on the program, and Mrs.
to attend this important meeting his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R. visited her son-in-law and daughter John Castleberry will present one
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor McCrimon for Charleston. S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scott. of her music students Larry
where he will attend an Air Force Mr. and Mrs. Eston Milton of Johnson.
training school. Quitman Ga.. spent the week end
Westwood Baptist Church Mrs Skeen Club :Mrs.. David Martinez and with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Milton. Kristin Rene BurchMr.
daughter. Luane have returned to Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Williams
Hostess MondayMrs. Oklahoma City after visiting sev- visited Mr. Williams' sisters. Miss and Mrs. Bill Burch of Live
{I Holds Sweetheart BanquetThe Bob Skeen was hostess to r eral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Ea- Eunice Williams and Mrs. Edna Oak announce the birth of a
the Pine Grove Home Demonstration ford Harrell. Slaughter and son, Wayne in Lee daughter Monday Feb. 11, in the
Intermediate and Young with a large red heart stapled to Club Monday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. James Este and Sunday.Mr. Suwannee County Hospital.
Peoples Training Union classes of the back holding small heart her home. son. Gene of Orlando visited and Mrs. Eugene Umstead She has been named Kristin
the Westwood Baptist Church shaped candies were to the left Mrs. Ned Delegal. vice presidentof relatives in this city over the week and children. Susan and Chip of Rene Burch.of .
were honored with a Sweetheart of the plates. the club called the meeting to end.Irvin Virginia are visiting his parents
Banquet Thursday evening Feb. The piano held a large red order. The devotion was read by Terry Hall son of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Umstead.Mr. Jacksonville were week end
+ 21, in the Social Hall at the styrofoam heart edged with white Mrs. 8. T. Bozeman after which Hal Fletcher is at the U. S. Na- and Mrs. Stafford Williams guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Palm-
church.At satin ribbon. An arrangement of the group sang "Let Me Call You val Training Center at Great visited Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Williams -
the entrance was a table red and white camellias and ivy Sweetheart", and repeated the Lakes HI., where he is receivinghis Sunday afternoon. er.Mrs.. Jack White left Saturdayto
covered with a white cloth which were at the base of the heart. club creed. I basic training in the Navy. Miss Mildred Johns of Jackson- spend a week in Jacksonville.
held corsages made of white tissue The ceiling was decorated with Mrs. A. O. Corbin secretary Allison Scott and Kenneth ville visited her parents Mr. and Miss Judy Greene of Jacksonville -
trimmed with pastel net and red and white streamers which read the minutes of the last meeting 3232 Jones students at the Universityof Mrs. R. H. Johns and her brother spent the week end with her
ribbon. The corsages were given branched to corners of the room. and they were approved. 1: 20 Georgia in Athens spent the Charles Johns last week end. mother Mrs. Frank Greene.Mr. .
t to each of the girls in attendance.The Hanging from the lights were Mrs. L. P. Williams gave a report Floral Initials week end in Live Oak with Alli- Mrs. H. G. Butler and son and Mrs. Brody Harris attended -
head table was covered large red hearts and small red about the educational fair son's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ru- Ronnie and Hilda Hunter of the Ye Mystic Revelers
with a white linen cloth. In the cupids. booths. Mrs. W. J. Nipper gave a dolph Scott. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Ball in Jacksonville Saturday
center of the table was placed a The theme of the banquet was report on her trip to short course 'uJ I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haddon Paul Umstead last week end. night
beautiful silver seventeen branch Valentine Furlough. The masterof in Gainesville and Mrs. Ned Dele- had as their guests over the week Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schwartzand A. B. Miller and Joe Hill Smith
candelabra holding long white ceremonies was Rev. C. S. gal gave a report on Civil De- end their daughter. Miss Eliza- daughters. Judy and Joyce.MEN'S spent Monday in Jacksonville.
tapers. In the center of the can- (Clare) Parker. At the beginningof fense. ff
t delabra was an arrangement of the program was the swearingin The group also discussed meet-
red camellias lily of the valley ceremony in which the royaltywas ing together to make bandages for !
white net red satin clappers and chosen. Duke was Buck Du- Cancer patients in Suwannee 4s4. Auction Dollar
white hearts with chenille stems. I Bose; Dutchess. Shirley Herring: County. The group will meet at Day
Greenery and red camellias was Prince Gerald Brim; Princess the home of Mrs. Tom Delegal
at the base of the candelabra. Christy Worthington: King. Jim- this Thursday. ir' Je
The banquet table was covered my Poole; and Queen Bobbie Sue i Miss Bernice Shuler home agent Sale
4 with a white linen cloth. A large Ellis. Miss Marilyn McElveen last spoke to the club on the sub-
white satin heart placed in styro'foam year's queen crowned Miss Ellis. ject of "Stop Worrying and Start Dr. i Pattern No. 3232. Smart Tramf.fon .
was in the center of the After the swearing-in ceremonythe Living". .r. Hers a jacket costume ffcaf -
long table. At the base of the group entered the Banquet Other members present were ideal' for now and for taring. It may b* 75
mad of fabric fh. boaie
or fop
heart lay red and white camelliasand Room for a meal of fried chicken Mrs. H. P. Wiggins Mrs. Carrie
3232 sizes
contract. comes in
ivy. In various spots on the green beans mashed potatoes Brinson Mrs. W. G. Lawson Mrs. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. In size 14 skirt and
table toy Jeeps and tanks were tossed salad hot rolls iced tea. Katie Cannon and Mrs. Tom jacket taken 3 yards of 44-inch with '/. Gibson Dresses
placed. The larger tanks and and cherry pie a la mode. Delegal. Miss Caroline Hart wasa yards of 44-inch for top. Dress alone/ Gay
Jeeps held arrangements of variegated Following the banquet the guest. takes 2Vt yards of 44-inch. .
Needlework Pattern No. 799. Floral
camellias and greenery and group assembled in the main au- Mrs. Skeen served nut cake as- Initials. Persona'ize' four linens Embroider d
white lace doilies topped with red ditorium for skits. One skit called sorted nuts and mints punch these floral initial on aprons, placemats
hearts set in styrofoam. Eight "G. I. Blues" starred Marilyn Mc- coffee cookies and cheese crackers. towe/s/ etc. Not-iron transfer pot- 5-7-9-II-13-15
l crystal candle holders holding red Elveen Jimmy Poole Bobbie Sue tern No. 799 contains the 'Utters of the ,
lf f tapers were placed at vantage Ellis and Shirley Herring withJ. .. alphabet, about 2 inches high/ with in. Values to $19.95
structions. Send for No. 799. Our Nee-
points on the table. Red camellias R. McElveen as narrator.
d'ework' Catalog containing a coupon fora
and ivy were placed to each side "Scenes In A Restaurant", starred Mrs. Miller.Hostess. free.pattern is 50 cents.
of the tapers. Glenda Brim Gerald Brim and
Large white doilies tipped with Stassin Brim. To Dogwood CircleMrs. Softly StyW Twwww NOW $5.00 EACH
red hearts served as place mats. I Coach Gene Cox main speaker R. T. Miller was hostessto
The program and menus were talked to the group about phy- the Dogwood Circle of the Live 1
placed in large brown paper hel, sical fitness. The talk included Oak Garden Club Inc., when they Sorry-No ApprovalsIterations '
mets. The coasters were made of exercise and proper food to keep met Friday Feb. 15, in the Blue
white dollies trimmed with small everyone physically fit. Room of the Suwannee Hotel. Or Exchanges,' ::1. IL
red hearts. White paper compotes Honored guests were Rev. and There were fourteen members T
present.Mrs. .

presided. Miller over the circle business chairman meet- TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS!

ing.At the close were of served.the meeting refreshments Reg. 49c Values Reg. 69c Values 't

Now 25c Each Now 39c Each

Little Women Hold


Adults 50c Children 20c Executive Board of the Little -

BOX Tax OFFICE Included OPENS I Women met at the home of Values to -$1.00 J CLEARANCE
club Miss Charlotte
the president
VALUES TO $10.95
Monday Through Friday, 3:15

t Sunday 1:45 Till Saturday.5:00 and Reopens 12:45 8:45 At Night Wadsworth.their regular Saturday board afternoonfor meeting. 1220 3144 Special SOc Pr. Now $4.88 Pr.

:Mrs. Harvey Perry chief sponsor SRppefs
present with the board
members., HANKIESREG. I These are just a few of the
BORIS KARLOFF PKG. OF 8 FOR $1.00 many items reduced for this
.. Mrs. Skeen Hostess .
In To Goodwill Club Special 68c Pkg. of 8

EDGAR AlLAN POE'S .i The Goodwill Club met Tues-
.r. day afternoon Feb. 19, in the LIMIT 2 PKG. To get your Auction Dollarsfor

I THE RAVEN home of Mrs. R. B. Skeen with bidding on Prizes, Shop
six members present. LADIES SKIRTSValues
Gibbs Co.Auction .
Also After the Bible lesson was read
in unison games were played and
CARTOON NEWS to $10.95
prizes won by Mrs. Ross Leming Dollars will be given
and Mrs. E. C. Jackson. .
SATURDAY iFi%nci 2 Mrs. Skeen served refreshmentsto Dress Pattern No. 3144. Softly' Styled Now $4.88 for all cash and charge purchases
her guests after which Mrs. A. Twoso.ii Orerblows' fashions are forecast and for
DOUBLE FEATURE L. Jacobs dismissed the meeting for tpring. The raglan cut that gives payment on
JEFFREY HUNTER WALTER BRENNAN a soft shoulder line makes this two-pi.c.a accounts.
1' SHEREE NORTHIn with prayer. good choice for mid-season wear. No. LADIES
3144 comes In sixes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20.
.. Mrs. J. W. Baillie Mr. and Mrs. Six 14 takes only' 3'% yards of "4inchfabric. 4! HOSE

t i THE WAY TO THE GOLD Julian Drawdy. Rev. and Mrs. C. Need/ework. / Pattern No. 1153. Lounging
S. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cox S/ippers. Cotton strips are crocheted /'f VALUES TO $1.00
Feat1ll'e No. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Westmark to mak these attractive beach or lounging SPECIAL58cPr. Ii
Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Worthington. s/ipprs./ The sizes are adjustable and
ROBERT RYAN JEFFREY HUNTER Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brim Mr. and Pattern No. 1153 gives the instructions.Our COMPANY,
Needlework/ Catalog containing a /
VIRGINIA MAYO Mrs. Arnold Brim Mr. and Mrs. coupon for a free pattern it 50 cents. LIVI OAKS* FINEST DEPARTMRNT STORfReg.
In Marcus DuBose. Mr. and Mrs. Send 35c for each drew pattern, 25c
Harold Land Mr. and Mrs. Dan for each needlework pattern odd 5c for LIMIT 2 PR.
Herring and Mr. and Mrs. Jack each pattern for third class mailing and
THE PROUD ONES White. lOc for each pattern for first class maif-
ing to AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Box 1490,
Also The food was prepared by Mrs. New York I, NT.
Buford Ratliff Mrs. Leroy Mc-
MONSTER & APE NO. 11 CARTOON Daniel. Mrs. Howard LeFevre Plankton. made up of micros-
r Mrs. Marcus Phillips Mrs. R. L. copic sea life is so plentiful in AUCTION DOLLAR DAY
SUNDAY-MONDAY. MARCH 34WHAT Lord. Mrs. J. L. Poole Mrs. G. H. Antarctic waters that it stains
Barineau.:Mrs.. Ella Mae Swafford. the ice shades of rose brownish V
BETI'E DAVIS JOAN CRAWFORD I and Mrs. Jesse Lindsey. pink and yellow.:

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News From BranfordBY Branford Newberry, .Cross Branford Personals .

School Outlast Bucs Tommie Dorsett and Miss Elei- sonville spent several days last
'-. City on Sue Badcock of St. Cloud spent week visiting her parents. Mr. and
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Hatch.
: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS MenuMarch In[ Final Periods T. L. Dorsett and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Daughtry
I and family of Lake City vteited
and Mrs. Oscar Gandy of
I Ernest Driver 40 Funeral Services I Men's Club To Get 4 through March 8MONDAY The Branford Buccaneers High Springs were Sunday after- Mr.night.and Mrs. R. E. Hatch Friday

held the noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Boy Scout Charter Grilled Pork Chops Tuesday, Feb. 19, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cason and
Funeral services for Ernest O. Wanda Driver, both of Mayo; five Branford Area Men's Club Hashed Brown Potatoes lead against Cross City during D. Minter. family visited relatives over the
Driver, 40. were held Wednesdayat brothers, G. W. Driver of DeLand, will meet Monday night, March Green Beans most of three quartersof Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Garden Fred of week end.

3'p.m. from the Midway Bap- Ray Driver, Mack Driver, and 4 at 7 p.m. at the Branford Peach Half a see-saw cage battle only i ito Mayo visited Mr.afternoon.Mr. and Mrs.. Dr. Thomas Philpot of Gainesville -

tist Church with Rev. Roscoe Howard Driver, all of Mayo and Women Club Buildings. Bread Butter Milk ; be overcome by their opponents Jones. Sunday and :Mrs. Leon Sims and visited relatives over the
Hurst of Cross City, officiating. Joe Driver of Hastings. The Boy Scout charter will TUESDAY in the final period daughters of Gainesville visited week end.
Interment was in the adjoining Active pallbearers were James be presented to the club as a Ham a la King 70-52. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fender. accompanied -
Mrs. L. A. Sims and other rela-
cemetery.Mr. Severance. Robert Miller. Drew sponsoring: institution by Scout Buttered Toast quarter Cross by Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Late in the third tives afternoon.Mr. .
Driver accidently drowned O'Steen, Bill Sykes Carl Walker, Commissioner Nyegaard. A rep:= Creamed English Peas its and Sunday bert Gaskin of Gainesville attended
I City regained composure and Mrs. James Groover
Monday afternoon when his boat and Judge Foye O'Steen. resentative from the Fresh Water Lime-Pineapple Jello began pulling away. Charles Kil- and family of Gainesville visitedMr. a birthday celebration
Honorary pallbearers were Fis hand Game Commissionwill Cheese Wedge honoring Mrs. Fender's twin sisters -
overturned in the Suwannee patrick lead the scoring for the and Mrs. T. D. Minter Sun-
er south of Branford. Born in Lafayette Tweed Byrd M. C. Sapp. Delmar speak. Bread Butter Milk Bucs with 19 points. Mrs. Essie Burkhalter and
Sapp, Wilford Hunt and Shelby WEDNESDAY day.Mr. Mrs. Lessie Davis in Bteckshear
County, he had lived his Newberry vs Branford and Mrs. W. B. Thomas and
entire life here except while in Moore. Cubed Chicken The fired Buccaneers led Ga., Sunday.
up Joann visited Mr. and Mrs.
Daniels Funeral Home of Bran- OscarFuneral Byrd 74 Steamed Rice .
the :Army during World War II. Newberry during threequartersof Charles Thomas and son in Gain-
He was a member of Post No.59 ford was in charge of arrange- Tossed SaladCheeseApple Crisp a cage battle here Friday only esville Sunday. Woman's dub BoardTo

of the American Legion- and a ments. Services Dinner Rolls Butter Milk to fold up under pressure to their Leon Hatch was a business visi-
member of the Midway Baptist opponents 54-49. tor in Jacksonville Tuesday.Col. Meet WednesdayThe

Church. Mr. Driver had served Study Course Features Rosary services were conductedfor Italian Meat THURSDAYx Sauce The game was a carbon copy of and Mrs. T. S. Lowry of Executive Board of the
as'g tbage collector for Branford 'Fire In A Living Room'The Oscar B. Byrd, 74, Thursdayin Spaghetti the Cross City fray. At the end Fort Lauderdale are spending a Branford Womens Club will meet
since July of 1957. the Chapel of the Daniels Fun- of the see-saw first quarter the few days at their home on the Su- Wednesday, March 6 at 3:30 pm.
Survivors Include. his wife. Mrs. third session of a five ses- eral Home with Father Pageauof Buttered Cabbage score was tied. But the Bucs pulled wannee River. ,in the club building. AU membersare
Louise W. Driver, Branford; one sion Study Course was held Sun- Banana Pudding in the second to be
ahead to present.
Lake City officiating, period Mrs. Walter E. Long of Jack urged
at the Methodist Dinner__.. Rolls____ Butter
day night .v. ------ -'---
daughter, Rhonda Gail; three Funeral Mass was celebrated in FRIDAY lead 27-23 at the half.
sons. Larry Odell Bobbie Neal. Church.A the Epiphany Catholic Church in The Bucs still maintained a
"Five In A Liv- Fish Sticks
and Wayne Allen Driver all of play entitled Lake City Friday at 10 aon. with lead in the third quarter, leading
direction of Niblet Corn
Branford; his parents. Mr. and ing Room" under the Father S. Gibeault Celebrant. In- 40-37 at the end of the period. j
Mrs. Riley Driver of Mayo; six Mrs. W. S. Ware was presented.The i terment was in the family plot in Cole Slaw But a scoring thrust by Newberry'
centered the ageof Fresh Bartlett Pear See Us First For
play was on
sisters Mrs. Nell Mulkey of Ocala the O'Brien Cemetery.Mr. Peanut Butter Apple Jelly in the waning moments of the
Mrs. Bernice Jones of Branford. the world Pat Byrd passed away Tuesday. game overcame Branford's lead
Mrs. Shirley Sheffield of Chief- Those taking part were Feb. 19, in a Lake City hospital Spread Milk and the visitors claimed the 54- c'
Bread Butter
land Miss., Carol Driver of Tampa Parker Janie Johnson, Charlene Carey after a short illness. Born in 49 victory. Field And Garden Seed
Miss Glenda Driver and Miss Johnson. Toni Fletcher Scott Dunn N. C., he had lived near Don Philpot who fouled out of
Suggs, Peggy Ware, and
I Ware. O'Brien where he and Mrs. Byrd Methodist WomenTo the game late in the fourth quarter -
had operated their farm. He wasa led the Bucs' scoring with
; PINE TIMBER comunicant of Epiphany Catholic Discuss MissionsThe 20 points.
: WANTED Card Of ThanksWe Church of Lake City. Women's Society of the
would like to express our Survivors include his wife Mrs. Methodist Church will hold its
ALL KINDS heartfelt thanks to each and every O'Brien two night,
Bertha Lee Byrd, ; regular meeting Thursday Branford GA-HI STARR MILLETS
LOGS POLES one of our dear friends and loved daughters Mrs. Brownie Bass of Feb. 28, at the home of Mrs. Lula Collins 8 ,
ones for being so thoughtful of us O'Brien and Mrs. Robert Scott of Mae Allen. Stapelton 2

i PULPWOOD during the passing away of our Jacksonville; one son Erice Byrd' The meeting will start at 7:30 Kilpatrick 19 INDIGO BAHIA GRASS
loved one and for the wonderfulfood of Dayton Ohio; five sisters, Mrs. and the program will be on "Mis- Hagen 10 ,

DEMPSEYP. and flowers that were givento Madie Truelove of Hespesia, Calif., sions": Fissell < 2
W. C.
I us during our hours of sorrow. Mrs. W. H. Norris of Fayetteville Philpot 9

May God's richest blessings rest N. C., Mrs. Henry Godwin of Kelley 2
O. Box 628
upon each and everyone of you Is Dunn N. C., Mrs. Richard Trippof Birth AnnouncementMr.
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA our prayer. Dunn N. C., and Mrs. D. S. and Mrs. Charles Thomasof 52 COKERS, FUNKS AND

The Driver Family Frix of Dunn N. C.; two brothers Gainesville announce the birthof
C. R Byrd and Wilbur Byrd, a son on Friday.Feb. 22 in the Cross City McNAIR SEED CORN

I both of Dunn, N. C.; and nine Alachua General Hospital. The Hamilton 12
grandchildren.Active baby weighed 7 lbs. 1 r/Z ozs., and Land 4
: A. L. "Aubrey" WARD pallbearers were T. R. has been named Kenneth La- Hardman 4

Barnett Curtis Humphries Merle wayne Thomas. Bennett 20 BRANFORD FEED MILL INC.

SPREADER SERVICE Bradow Dr. John Marcello, Robert Charles Thomas is the son of McCaskill 2 ,
Miller, and Asa Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas of Killian 10
I Fletcher 18 BRANFORD, FLORIDAwwvwvwvwwww
i I "WE SPREAD ALL KINDS OF MATERIALS"Fast Honorary pallbearers were Branford.
Mack Barnett.. John HalL. Jerry I
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1 :flues Smash Greenville 44-37 WE LL-I SEE: OUR SON I Beachville I McAlpin 4-H Club

ki In Round One Of District TourneyThe HAD AND TO RUN'SNACK'AGA/N. We have had some heavy rains and baby daughter Marinelle, Hears Fair ReportBy

lately and some cool weather. were business visitors in Gaines-

Mrs. O. D. Beach visited her ville Monday.Mr. John Haas
Branford High Buccaneers smarting from two
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. Clyde Odom were The McAlpin Community 4-H
straight defeats, Tuesday swamped a hapless Greenville Mrs. Bill Barkley of Newberry visitors in Lake City Friday. We Club hied its monthly meeting

team 44-37 in the first round, of the District Tournamentin : Friday. We are glad to learn that are sorry to learn that their Feb. 19, at the McAlpin School.

Mayo. C Mrs. Barkley is some better following grandson, Ricky Odom of Lake Aubrey Goff presided.The .
The Bucs got a fine effort from Ernest Kelley who a two weeks illness. City is a patient in a hospital devotion was given by.

scored seven of his twelve pointsin lod. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tidwell and there. Randy Dasher. Greg SehofteM

the final three minutes of the In the second period, the Bucs : daughter, Lena Pearl were business Mrs. Dan Hines and Mrs. L. L. and John Haas led the pledges to
last quarter to keep the team out began to push ahead and lead 20- visitors in Jacksonville Mon- Fuller of the Magnolia community the flags.

of trouble. 16 at the half. Greenville never Ii day.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach Thelton Goff and Glenda Haas

The first quarter was a see-saw got back into the lead. The Bucs and Mrs. Willie Beach and grandson, Gary Beach, all attended gave a report on the County
scoring fray in which both teams continued to maintain a slight 31. spent a few days in Gainesvillelast the sing at the Coliseumin Council meeting. Greg Sebofieki

exchanged the lead only to dead- 29 lead as the third period closed. I j ji1i' week visiting their children Jacksonville Saturday night gave a report on the State Fair.

lock 13-13 at the end of the per- For the first time in several and families. and enjoyed it very much. Miss Bernice Shuler explained

outings the Bucs delivered under :jL: O. S. Rutherford of Lake Wales Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cannon attended the standards that were requiredfor

pressure in the fourth quarter, was a guest of Mrs. Sanford the car races in Daytona a 4-H'er to become 4-H King
Boy Scouts Assist holding their lead and going on Beach and family Wednesday.Mrs. Beach Sunday. and Queen. She also stated that

In Mothers9 MarchThe to bag the 44-37 victory. W. H. Tidwell Mrs. O. D. Remember church services Sun- the club's king and queen wouldbe

Mothers' March of Dimes Kelley was the outstanding o I Beach, and Mrs. Otto Townsend day. Visitors are cordially invited. elected at our next meeting.

was conducted here Thursday, player of the evening while Don The club voted to put on a pro-

Feb. 21, with an assist from the Philpot and Billy Collins turnedin JI gram for the McAlpin P-TA at its
Boy Scouts. a fine defensive effort in re- : I I Pine Level I March meeting. A committee, appointed -

The Scouts who participatedin bounding. Gary Lee was cited for tQ plan the program, Included -
his last minute play in the offen-
Aubrey Goff Glenda Haas,
the drive were Edward Kelly, Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl spent a few days last week with
t Glen Murray, Lee Hatch, John sive department.The Tressler were dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. Greg Schofield Garry SchofieW.
Bucs slated to meet Ha-
are and Linda Green.
HID, James Durden, Robert
and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Sunday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and
vana in the second round of the The boys discussed dairy cows
Kelly, Herndon Hubert
Randy .
and Mrs. Drew Holmes and
Jimmy were dinner guests of Mr.
Tournament on Thursday. MAHoNEtWoman's .
while the ,girls discussed foods.A
Severance Fuller Michael
Dale ,
t David McMullen spent Sunday and Mrs. Harry Lepper Sunday.Mr. .
Prultt, Oscar Johnson, Scott SCORING RECORD with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keel-
and Mrs. W. P. Brim visit-
acquired high speed
Ware, and Jerry Herndon. Branford ing in Live Oak.
ed Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley RW 300 digital computer at the
The committee of mothers
Collins 3 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and
Club Holds 'Americanism9Program.
Wednesday morning. University of Florida will make
who conducted the drive
were Hagen 8 daughter, Robin, Mrs. W. B.
Miss Melanie Adams and J. H. possible the only undergraduate
Chairman Mrs. Ruby Smith, Philpot 10 Clark, Mrs. Kenneth Dutton and
Mrs. Leona Gunter, Mrs. W. S. Lee 3 Hears Spanish TeacherThe daughter, Mrs. J. F. Toole, and Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. Leroy systems laboratory in the nation.
Hunter Thursday night. The computer, valued at a
Ware, Mrs. Leon Hatch, Mrs. over
Kelley 12 .. Mrs. Drew Holmes attended the
"'" .. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole and quarter of a million dollars, is a
Marion Parker, and Mrs. R. G. Kilpatrick 8 Community Sing at Dowling Park
Club bers to enter the contest
Branford Women's sewing
Griffith. visited Mr. and Mrs. Slim I gift from the TRW Computers
which will be held March 5 in Church of God Saturday night.
held its regular meeting Wednesday Toucheon Sunday evening. Company of Canoga Park, Calif.:
44 Feb. 20, in the club house Live Oak. Ray Fortner of Pensacola spent
7ot Greenville with Mrs. W. S. Ware presiding.Mrs. At the close of the meeting the Friday night here with his parents -

OS Strupp 21 Graham Owen had chargeof hostess served coffee, cookies, and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner. For Your
Herrins 2 the devotion. She led the groupin mixed nuts. Mrs. J. F. Toole and Mrs. Drew Pleasure Dine At The New

Porter 9 reading the club collect and ,. Holmes were business visitors in

Ct666 McDaniel 5 pledge to the flag. Kilpatrick Named Barwick week. Ga., Tuesday of last Itchtucknee River RestaurantSpecializing

After a short business meetingthe
37I" program was given by Mrs. All ConferenceCharles David McMullen of Live Oak InOyster

John Johnson on "Americanism". Kilpatrick, Branford spent the week end with Mr. and Shrimp Stew

Mrs. Johnson introduced Mrs. High's senior basketball guard, Mrs. Drew Holmes.Mr. Clams Fride
:, '!!"w:: ,.. ," and Mrs. W. B. Clark and Oyster
:f..>''?-';;:-'''"'; :","" i Irene Rajas who is the new Span- was named to the Gainesville
: Fresh
: Crab Meat Fried Catfish
I" ::r.w.l FREE teacher at Branford school. Sun's All Conference Team.In children visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
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t' : : Stone Crab
: Claws Catfish Chowder
: F. Toole Saturday night.
:", 24-HOUR Mrs. Rajas, who comes from addition to filling: a sound
f" i- ; :..: :
: baby of Dowling Park Sun- Oysters On Half Shell
J that she came to the United patrick jumps center for the spent
;;;.ff4; :; ft. day with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. ALL ORDERS A LA CARTE_
t >> ..A;;>; Ambulance ServicePhone States on a scholarship. Mrs. Rajas team and dazzles opponentswith -
ii, :f:.dIL: ,v pointed out that she did not his rebounding skill. Moseley.Mr. TWO PRIVATE DINING ROOMS- OUTSIDE

:i" J t 3623333JAMES speak English when she first came and Mrs. Drew Holmes and DINING TABLERESERVATIONS

to the U. S. and she had a very Dues Lose To North" David McMullen attended servicesat SOLICITEDWe
liII. :?' Beulah Church Sunday night.
Mrs. born
r hard time. Rajas was
It'f.:. in a small town but grew up in Marion In TourneyThe Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell haul our Seafood from the Coast to insure
freshness and
MM,"" Columbia, South America. Buccaneers lost their one highest quality
She told the group that she has game of the recent Conference WWI Veterans Attend BOXES TO TAKE OUT
made application for citizenshipin Tournament to North Marion "On The Scenic Itchtucknee River"THREE

FUNERAL HOME :p.Yh" the U. S., but she has to be in High School which went on to Tallahassee Meet RIVERS ESTATES
Howard St. a6 fEast this country for six years before win the Tournament. Peter B. Shall, Henry G. Penuel -
she can become a citizen. Charles Kilpatrick with 16 Joe Hill Smith, Perry M. Co 5 Miles West of Ft. White On Highway 27

t J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D.S. Mrs. Johnson gave a short his- points and Ernest Kelley with 14 nine, and Elzy W. Kinzy of the BERNARD KAHLICK, Owner
tory on the American flag after were the team's leading scorersin local WWI Barracks attended a HY 7-2822
C. BASS, JR. ,
E IERT POTEET which a movie entitled "Our Flag" the playoff game. District meeting of the Veterans Closed All Day Monday Open Sunday 11-9 P.M.
was shown. of WWI in Tallahassee last Tues- I I Open Other Days 4-9:30 P.M.
I Mrs. Ware encouraged all mem- (School Supplies at McCrimon's) day night.

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fEAtuRES A B with adequate air and heat results
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Any bulk curing equipment should be compared as to the features of each Increased area for the tobacco

system, its proven ability in the field, size, economics and backing by 504 473 ,393 in I more curing gpacity
412. capacity.Uses
U. S. Patents. The features of each structure (sq It) Larger Motors increase air.
system are compared on the adjoiningtable. Loading Area 01 3 5 5 3 3 controlled amounts 01 conditioned
This table shows the various. items essential to proper curing and Size Motor (hp) Yes No No The Original proven System lowest Insurance I rates
Yes risks carry
the reasons for them. Yes fire and other
Curio system Units with little or
HASSLER, g No No combining requires
No Yes :
No for both hand pruning .
Rate Equipment harvesting. .
Proven use in the field takes the} risk out of equipment purchasing. Powell Lowest Insurance conversion when ready for mechanized
Insures longer
No no yds.
No other
Equipment has been farmer since Yes Yes Yes_ from weather and
proven 1960. Since 1961 it has been used!! Use furnace and controls
for Combine protects .
in the following! areas: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Yif. Designed No No life. Compared to manual
ginia, Kentucky and Canada These Yes Yes Yes with sell regulating
many users are receiving top value for Room Doors Eliminates chances 01 error

their tobacco with maximum labor savings. Powell Bulk Curing Equipment Furnace Yes No No operation. lower insurance rates
Yes ,
besides its exclusive features and proven ability, also has the largest area Automatic Shutters Yes Yes No No Gives long life, Durability, low maintenance tobacco until barn is completely.

and is the most economical for its size. Construction No No make it possible to hold
Galvanized All-Steel Separate rooms filled barn.
loaded or to core partiallY wood lIoors
steel or
No either
The size, or loading area, of bulk curing equipment is determined by the and Room Dampers Yes Yes Yes designed equipment allows the use 01
Rooms other crops .
amount of tobacco that the equipment can cure at one time. (The number Individual either Steel floors desirable for drying eta may be dried,
with No .
Yes sweet potatoes,
cf racks that be carried Satislactory performance Yes Yes Comr peanuts,
can In a structure times the inside area of each steel or wood fl oars Under certain conditions

rack gives the loading area of each structured Your bulk curing equipment'Is Yes Yes Yes Yes store on other work in vicinity 01 unit.

bought on i (loading area basis! See your Powell dealer. -' Maybe used for drying other crops No No Quiet operation permits carrying '
Yes conditions.
i Yes Yes. under cool
squirrel cage fan No Certain parts perform better doors--less heat loss.
Powell has the original bulk curing using the "HASSIER Curing System". Uses quietInspection. Yes Yes Yes 110 during cure without opening ,- --
and belts in cool I area inspection 01 tobacco -w--
This ORIGINAL system slid equipment, Is being patented for the tobacco .Bearings; Motor Yes Yes Yes No Allow

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We are well pleased wttfc our four Powell We used only 5 people at the bam fa fin '.s""
bulk coring barns and feel fret to recom Wt have Just completed ocr third year of
I x"x rend them to my fellow farmers as wt two 15 z 24 Powell bulk bams pet dar balk curing tobacco. This past season WI Allbritton Bros. Tractor .
anticipate,two more this falL They have K against 19 at the ban to fill two 20' used four Hastier bulk bans, string ever Co.
amplt heat and air to do a food job. Wt conventional torn per day. forty thousand pounds of tobacco averaging
t r found j good saving la filling and ruts dinj over 65 cents pound. We real
s two es. These bulk bans will definitely give a per art
-'' '_" With the dry season w. have tod. wt baj better care than the conventional barns,, 5 t pleased with this netted of coring tobacco 214 W. 5th St. '
x n lot of.delay In getting tnt conventional whether harvested with the Powell Tobacco became we saved ever one-half of barging f;
Q buns in. order but the bulk bans were) labor and feel that we haw complete coo f
easier and more uniformity la order. This Combine or by hand. Wt had 4 bulk ,arcs trot of oar coring at an times. We came LIVE OAK, FLORIDATHURSDAY / >%
rave as opportunity to fill at proper tint. ttisYtarsadpaataputiii2. more? next tilt with high quality tobacco: that sold for ,,
The Powell people dart stood.beate & '
9 ?ev top prices we feel that with this success ;
bares 100%. I we mID DM for complete nechanizatoL
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RiverboatsPly The Suwannee State Florida Chamber Gas Reports Sales Up 6 Percent,

-- -- Indicate Rise In State's EconomyThe

[ Steamboat Madison Transports deep, floating palaces; ocean skins, tallow, beeswax, honey issue of a newspaper story from
/ greyhounds which excite wonder chickens, eggs, hogs, and beeves. Columbus reported over 3.000 sale of gasoline in Florida years. Low month is usually Sep-
and admiration'. There was no warehouse on the bales of cotton already shipped last year moved up 6 per cent over tember. Sates to summer tourists

'j j Passengers Goods To White Springs "But none of them as ever excited river and the boat would tie upat down the river. The bales were 1961 the largest annual gain has given June a rank of about I

more interest than the a landing and stay as long as said to be "as high as a two- since 1959, the Florida State .sixth during recent years. ,

{ The building of dams to raise the water level of the Steamboat Madison did to us the people wanted to trade, and story building" stacked on the I Chamber of Commerce said yes- Trends in gasoline sales are a

, Suwannee River may 'cause the revival of a modern day scattered crackers along the Su then move on to the next landing. banks awaiting steamer space. I terday. valid indicator of the directionin

1 version of pleasure boating on the historic stream not unlike wannee River in the days before Potent Whistle The largest of the river boats The total volume of taxable which the state's economy is
the advent of the railroads or the sales in the state came to 1.896 moving. County totals are less
the era of Granddad's heyday. "The Madison had a whistle was the "Three States"i Unfortunately -
I million gallons last Not included valid in view of
changes in whole-
? Of course the pioneering old paddle wheelers.wouldhave beginning of the ConfederateWar. that could be heard for 10 miles. her length made turning year.
in this figure are military saling and reporting practices
This whistle was blown at intervals her around difficult, especially -
to give to the modern
way onbase purchases farm and oth- which were inaugurated three
Round Trip Every to give people time to con- above Branford.
Water 'levels started dropping
launch with its
high-powered en- round er state tax exempt volumes am- years ago, the trade body pointedout.
winter of 1936-37 buta "The Madison made one gregate at the landings before the Other boats that
gines plowing a troUg in midstream during the operated on ounting to an estimated 125 mil .
i '" at trip every week from Cedar Key. grand old vessel arrived. river "Louisa" "Thetis"
v steamer from the Army base the were lion gallons in addition. .
But though gone as it may be, Cedar Key ventured up the river She always went as high as Crab, "When the Confederate War "Sam Piles", "David Yulee", "City Last year's nice gain was well
/ the steamboat of a past genera- bringing much needed supplies. two miles above Troy, or what Is began, Capt. Tucker raised a com-! Of Hawkinsville", "C. D. Owens", above the 2 per cent gain in 1961. Forests occupy 21.015.840 Flor
side of the Ida 60.5
the Suwannee acres eent of the
tion will never be forgotten. Its Possibly, this boat had made simi- now pany of Confederate soldiers and : "Shepard", "Robert", and "Annie The 1960 gain was 4 per cent; per
river and where Nathaniel Bry- total land area of the Sunshine
deep throated whistle created the lar trips up the river but there is ant store Post Office took them aboard the ship. The M". 1959 was 7 per cent; and 1958 State.
operated a
most vivid of the legends surrounding no record of it.Steamer. and farm. company slipped out into the river Expansion of the railroads: was 5 per cent. Prior to that date

the Suwannee.For Madison "When the water was high one night on the Madison and coupled with the development of annual gains peaked at 12 per
75 years the. steamboatwas The Steamer Madison has created captured a federal gunboat. Fin- the automobile sounded the death cent in 1955.
the boat would the
a way of life to the citizensof perhaps the greatest legendof river as far as Columbus.go up This ally orders came to Capt. Tucker knell for the proud old steamers The monthly pattern of sales

the Suwannee River country the river boats. She was a familiar was a small town of importance and his company to go to Virginia sailing the Suwannee. One by one follows the seasonal ups and SAlE I IWAYS

-providing communication, sup- sight on the river in the which stood across the river from where the company was later they began to disappear mostof downs of the state's economy. '
plies,' transportation of farm pro- decade before the Civil War, with where Ellaville is located. known as Company H, 8th Florida them tied to the river's banks March has been the high month,

duce, and'even recreation. The her captain, James M.Tucker, "On one occasion, the Madison Infantry."It and allowed to sink. outpacing its nearest rival De-

steamboat was king of the river, I operating the boat as a floating made a trip as high as White was about September, 1863" In 1923, the "City Of Hawkinsville" cember, during six of the past ten
exciting the wonder and admira- general store. Springs. A number of persons Caldwell said, "when the Madisonwas last of the boats to ope-

tion of everyone who sauntered Captain Tucker left Cedar Key Captain Tucker among them, abandoned by Capt. Tucker rate on the river, tied up to the GRUESOME PLAYHOUSE ON
down to the landings or heard the once a week and steamed as far were anxious to have the Suwannee and he decided to sink the steamer bank at Old Town and later set- Paris's longest-running crime
haunting sound of the steamer's up the river as conditions would River declared a navigablemore in Troy Springs. A number of tled to' the river's bottom. wave has ended with conversionof Travelers Automobile
whistles as they made their colorful usually to Columbus wanted the Insurance
permit citizens living in Troy
more more more more more Thus ended an era that began its 60-year-old horror theater
Journeys up and down the (Ellaville). Remains of the boat
stream as far as White Springs, boat to bring a load of corn up with the Seminole Indian War Grand Guignol, to an avantgarde 1. New Low Rates.
stream. are visible today in the clear wat- but the necessary legislation from Old Town. Tucker turned an era that saw Florida carved playhouse. The famed landmark 2. Safe Driver Savings.

.Suwannee's First Steamer ers of Troy Springs where she could not be obtained. No boat the; boat over to these people with from a wilderness, deep throated in Montmortre specialized in 3. Local Agent Service.
The years have erased the records was sunk in 1863. instructions to use her as they
river voices fare.
1 had ever navigated the higher of steamboat whistles call- blood-and-farce Catsup SEE.. .
; of the first steamer that Since her sinking a legend has than Columbus. saw fit and sink the vessel in Troy ing the people to the boat land- gushed, eyes were seemingly

surged into the channel of the surrounded this river boat. Todayit "When this state of affairs Springs when they were finished. gouged, heads chopped off, and Arlie K. Townsend

river, searching for a safe pass- is believed that the Madisonwas was reported to Captain Tucker, "The load of corn was duly Ings.These events have vanished into bodies dissolved in add baths.

age through the shoals and shal- a Confederate gunboat sunkin he swore that he'd be damned U brought back from Old Town the pages of time, absorbed by Two faintings a night were par InsuranceWilbur

lows. of its upper reaches. a battle in the springs. he wouldn't' put the Madison in About two o'clock of a bright, sun- the steady flow of succeeding for the audience; the record was St. Phone 362-1104
From'a musty record of the Army But the truth of the matter, White Springs if he had to run ny day, E. J.Davis, J. M. Caldwell, generations. 15.
is revealed the first recorded however, is the Madison was oncea her up there on wheels. and Joab Ward ran the Madison

trip of a steamboat on the river. gunboat, but when she was sunk Trek To White Springs from the Troy landing into the
During the Seminole Indian War in Springs it done with and
Troy was "Just here instance springs, pulled out her plugs
was an
1835-42, an Army fort at White the intention of raising the boat where fortune favored the brave watched while the grand old ves- !
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crowded with sold- after the Civil War urrv : I
Springs was and using it because Tucker didn't know the sel settled on the bottom. QppORfq4'irj
iers and settler families. Condi- once again on the Suwannee Riv- meaning of the word 'fear'. It began "During the war her boilers

tions were bad as extreme high er. to rain. The river began to were removed, split open length-

water in the river had cut off the Water Grave rise. It kept on raining., And the wise, carried to the seacoast and -

fort from supplies of any kind. The ship was stripped of its river kept on rising 'til the Su used in the manufacture of salts. 0 MISCELLANEOUS 9 FOR SALE

finery in its watery grave and wannee overflowed its banks and "Her smokestacks were cut into LITTLE ADS

WONIBIFWSf likely made salvage of the old ves- ran out into the woods. convenient lengths and used by VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE-All sizes of tarpaulins -

sel too expensive. "Tucker steamed up the Madi- neighboring farmers in the sugar BIG RESULTS Machine, machlneless. and cold guaranteed not to leak.
John Caldwell helped to sink son and put out for White furnaces. Her cabin was torn wave permanents given. Ope- Ottis Brown Motors. age tf
CONTROL the Madison and in later years Springs. He got there. And he got apart and the wood used by any- rators-AnnIe H. Mills Mary
I. wrote of his experiences in the back. But his smokestacks and one who wanted it. When the war BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE Drew Boatright, Myrtles Croft FOR SALE-New and used plan
MICE J Jasper News. pilot house were gone. By the ended all that remained of the Whatever the PurpoirloU will and Frances Johnson. Phone os. Frier Music Co, North Okie)

He said, "Many persons, especi- time he got the Madison thor- once-proud Madison was its hull find do 362-1831. cge tf Ave., Live Oak 362-2188.

ants rats mice ally those living in the interior, oughly repaired, the Suwannee resting on rocks beneath the lim- the job quickly and welL age tf

\ silvernshoaches on visiting seaport towns, go to River was declared a navigatable pid waters of Troy Springs and Douglass High School parents and FOR SALE Ford tractor, rotary -
call the docks to see the vessels. Someare stream from its mouth to White there it remains today." - patrons are urged to join their mower, harrow, double
0"0 arriving, others departing and Springs. Shortly after the bloody Civil P-TA now. We need your help. bottom ploy, and trailer. 362-
n others are moored to the docks, "The Madison carried a line of War ended in 1865 steamboats on DEADLINE FOR INSERTION Call J. L. Bevell, principal, 362- 2564. cge U

tfor taking on or discharging cargoes. general merchandise which included the Suwannee became rule rather 5:00 PJVL Tuesdays 1192. cge tf
I I "And great boats some of them such indispensible items as than the exception. Captain R. A. NOW IN STOCK, CAR MUFFLERS -
the sake of home
your are too: 'mighty leviathans of the venison, hams, cow hides deer (Captain Bob) Ivey built several LOW RATE FOR RESULTSz Septic tank and drain field : Chevrolet car, $10.50,
steamboats in Branford and ope- cleaning. Suwannee. Madison I Chevrolet pickup $6.50; Ford
/ rated them on the river and at cents per word, with a and Hamilton Counties. Call J.I pickup $VSO; 1960 Buick, $18.-
nearby coastal points. minimum df 75#. W. Darby 792-4631, Jasper, after 50; STP $1.00 per can; also

The most famous of Captain 6 pjn. pcjj 42-45 Delco 12 OZ can brake fluid
(All classifieds must be paid
} TAKE THE BIG STEP FORWARD WITH THE Bob's boats was the "Belle Of The In advance. 65c; AC spark plugs, 65c; and

Suwannee", launched in Decem- FOR RENTFOR 6-14 volt battery charged, $14
l ber of 1889. She hauled freight ONE WEEK FREE Other items by order. Cecil

H ."i and passengers and had several RENT Downstairs front Walker 776-2241. pede 39-42
HAWK ';':-, staterooms, one of which was Classifieds ordered for four
I ;., : : designated as the 'bridal chamber" weeks, run the last week free. apartment. Very comfortable, CALL OR WRITE Willard A
convenient location. Call 362- Patterson 362-2568, 202 Irvin
$2.25 will pay for a 30 word
She gained fame as a paradisefor advertisement for four weeks. 2208. cge tf Ave., Live Oak. Invest in the future -
Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds your education and that
# honeymooners. But at the
FOR RENT Two furnished
for Proven Results. '
-- r L/{, zenith of her fame, the Belle apartments. Call 362-2319 or of your family "World Book"and
: floundered in a hurricane on 362-2935. tf "Childcraft" for pre-
Sept. 29, 1896 off the mouth of cge schoolers. Ask about WB dictio-
44zi For Sale-Real Estate naries and the Cyclo Teacher
the Steinhatchee River. FOR RENT Furnished apart-
,r In the year 1900, a December 1. New block and stucco two bed- ment, private bath, private Also new globe. Call for Information -

"- room house, large lots; front and back entrance, con- paaj 42

-' i! 2. New frame -asbestos siding veniently located. Call 362- FOR SALE One electric port-
three bedroom, two large lots; 2742. cge tf able sewing machine and one
Harvest a bigger :So New frame house, asbestos sid pedal sewing machine. Call 362-
: ,1 ... r ', -: ; >' ing, four bedrooms, two large FOR RENT Furnished apart- 2433. nc tf
CORN lots. Phone 362-2368 C. M. Mc- ment, with one or two bed-

crop Granahan, Evelyn, Ave. rooms. Private entrances, no FOR SALE Registered Angus
pcae 42-45 small children. Phone 362- bulls. Also horses for sale. Call

AUTOMATIC TOBACCO STRINGERReduce for only penniesmore FOR SALE -Two bedroom homeon 2441. 608 W Duval St. cge tf 362-2788. cge U

Newbern Road across from FOR RENT Unfurnished two
an acre Westwood Church. Has break- bedroom house wired for elec- 0 WANTED
Your Harvesting Costs!-Eliminate, Your Labor! Problems
fast room, dining room, screen- tric
stove, has hot water heater. WANTED Acreage in Suwannee -
ed porch, carport, and garageon Also, has garden space. or Madison County in exchange -
i\ 2 lots. Call L. F. Parnell Phone 362-2565. pbbe 40-43 for furnished C. B. 8,
Look At These Amazing HAWK Features: \ 362-1535. CCJJ 39-42
Duplex, three blocks from Post
FOR RENT Two bedroom unfurnished -
0 Dependable performance Day after Day. Operable by completely untrained help. ": house Jasper Office in lower east coast town
:" LOANS Apply Box 635 Suwannee Dem-
Full 21' table top at the ideal loading height determined by experience on many Highway. Call 362-1515. ocrat. pdJJ 38-42
farms in many areas. paej 42-43

FARMERS: It takes to WANTED Room
O Smooth, heavy duty rubber belt providing easier loading with less leaf damage. v money FOR RENT Furnished two additions, remodel -
make money. See your coopera- carports, driveway home
For trouble-free operation the belt moves on a unique steel slide.
tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan. bedroom apartment. 603 W. Du repair of any kind. Or we will
0 Easy to adjust variable speed control up to 1600 sticks in 8 hours. ABIGCiDl corn crop doesn't Terms up to 7 years. See val St. pge 42 build your home on your lot

to cost a lot more North Florida Production Credit No money down. Write or call
A new Synchronized packing arm to ensure consistent but gentle pressure during FOR RENT- Essentials furnished. -
tying. Less damage to tobacco than hand tying. money. Actually, it comes Association S. Ohio Ave.. Three two Tom McDaniel. P. O. Box 343,
down to only a few cents 362-2588, Live Oak, Florida. bath Lake City. Phone 752-3102,
A A simplified mechanism sealed in oil, means no maintenance, years of trouble more per acre.That's what it cdjj 41-44 living room, kitchen utility pbdi 40-43
free operation and provides maximum protection from dirt, sand and moisture. room heat furnished. Water
may cost you to use AGRJCO
furnished. $50.00 per month.
4 Rapid conversion to stripping room table for conveyorized grading, cutting days FOR CORN-the fertilizer ca- Call 362-2568. pge 42 WORK WANTED
I t off the grading time. pable of returning extra S HELP WANTED

Dollar savings you can rely on. not just unproven claims but based on actual experience yields of better-quality corn. WANTED; Women to work soda FOR RENT Furnished bed- WANTED Bookkeeping to do
of over 500 farmers using the Eagle and Hawk:in 1961. Savings in tying; You'll get results season after fountain and curb. Apply in rooms, spacious and comfort- at home. Can Lake City 752-

in curing, in stripping, and in grading add 'up to Bigger Profits on every poundof season, too. The reason is person. A & W Drive In. cge U able. Gas heaters and runninghot 3765 after 5 or write Box 302,
tobacco harvested. Eliminates hand tiers entirely. simple.AGRICO is premium- water. Convenient location. Lake City. pbbe 39-42

Rugged, welded steel frame. Solid and sturdy, yet trim and slim. quality plant food formulated Phone 362-2118. cge tf
to meet the soil needsof ,NEED WORKWE INCOME TAX RETURNS
O The Positive Action automatic string cutter that has proven so successful on the FOR RENT Furnished two
your area,made speciallyfor Long Form (1040) $4.00
Eagle. this particular crop. HAVE OPENINGS FOR bedroom house. Gas cooking Farmers Form $4.00

Readily adjustable string tension needle and looper controls and 'variable stitch 30 LOCAL GIRLS WHO and heating. Gas not furnished. Brown's Bookkeeping Service
length eliminate fallout during curing. Apply Houck's Cafe 2 blocks Office 6 miles west

Mounted on 4 rubber tired wheels for easy positioning. Tongue equipped for -' WOULD LIKE TO EARN west hospitaL Call 362-2587. Nobles Ferry Road
movement to new locations. a\i1UCa pbbe 42-45 DcM l 41-44
UP TO $50.00 PER WEEK -
Guaranteed for one full year against defects in material and workmanship. r FOR' RENT Six room furnished -
PART TIME FOR INTERVIEW house. Call 362-1074. tf
9 Sold and Serviced by Reliable Responsible Dealers. Service when you need it. cge
WRITE P. O. BOX Help! Help! Help!

Take The BIG STEP Today ca...M 366. i chjj 42-45 Motor Rewinding O Somethi To Sell

Repairs and Rewinding 6 Looking For Something
: For BIGGER PROFITS Tomorrow! Any Kind Electric Motor
O I May! Be Able To
SALESMAN WANTED Also Sales and Service Hrfp Ton!

See Your HAWK Dealer Today CALL O No ObHratlon
AGRICO.THf Wilson Auto Parts needs hardworking HcCoIlen Electric Motor Repair

AMCTtCAM AWQCULTWAC outside salesmen. Ter- Telephone Day 362-3278 Anything! Any TIme Any Where

FARMERS IMPLEMENT CO. GIt ICAL :OMCY ritories in South Georgia and Night 362-3326 I SMITH ENTERPRISES
North Florida. For information 217 E. Howard St.
Smrannee Grab P. O. Box 216 Mayo
Corp. Via
362-2571 UVE OAK, FLORIDA write Box 655 Live Oak before Hunter Bros. Braiding
", Branford Feed Mffl 40-43 Pfjj 40-43
Mar. 10. CCJJ 'caJJU

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K>I AND ABOUT TEENAGERS By C D. Smith estate in the office of the County Judge ORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: The cab shaH be of the enclosed type gas range; 1 Gibson Refrigerator;
If of Sowaanee County, Florida, in the TO: DAVID R. ROSE, Baptist Hospital with safety glass. 4 dozeD coffee creamers; 2 d** n
Court House at Live Oak Florida within of Columbia County, South All bids shall be in the office of the saucers; 8 frying pans; 16 dessert
What About Girl Writing Notes[ To Boy? six (() calendar months from the Carolina: Clerk of the Circuit Court, Live Oak, dishes: 3 small coffee pots: t diee
I date of the fint publication of this no- A sworn Bill of Complaint having :Florida not later than 10.-00 A.M. on table knives: 1 do>e takfe forks; 1
iee. Each claim or demand must be been filed in this Court against you. Tuesday, March i, 1963. at which time dozen tea spoons; 1 dozen gas heat
to the situation than note writing. Oed in duplicate, in writing, and must the relief therein Bought being divorce. the bids will be publicly opened. ers: 1 Kelvinator Refrigerator (eooJ-
The' girl who smiles and appears tate the place of residence and post You are required to answer said Com- The Board reserves the right to reject er) Ser. No. C756375; 1 Kcivteator
T'HI Nol' office address of the claimant and inn it plaint on or before March 15 1963. any and all bids. Refrigerator (not servkaMe): oth-
HtM THAT friendly will be well liked by ev- be sworn to by the claimant his agent furnishing to W. J. Wiaburn Jr., Live Board of County Commissioners er miscellaneous cooking ntes 4s:
TELLS eryone. The girl who writes notesto or his attorney, or it will become void Oak Florida Plaintiffs Attorney a copy Suwannee County, Florida 1 gas range; 2 lamp shades (new);
I LIKE HIM.., the of according to law. thereof else Decree Pro Confesso will _/ Laure B. Roberson 2 cases Pepsi Colas; I bed (He-
boys gives appearance a/ FRANK LINTON be entered against you. Chairman ble) complete with mattresses; 5
"chasing" the boy to whom the Executor WITNESS my hand and the officialsal ATTEST: beds single) complete with mat-
notes are written. 42-45 of this Court at Live Oat Florida Lavaughn A. Sessions tresses; 7 straight chairs: 4 armchairs "
this the 20th day of February 1963. Clerk to the Board ; 4 chests of drawers (largo);
If he is going to respond at all, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VAUGHN A. SESSIONS 41-42 5 chests of drawer (small) ; 1 wall
t THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Clerk Circuit Court mirror; 1 dresser with mirror; Z.
'C the boy. who is &h) or, as you FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SUWAN- Suwannee County, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR throw rugs; 3 gas heaters; 9 Ma keU -
put ,it, 'backward," win respondto NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY (SEAL) TRADE NAME LAW ; 4 dozen bath towels; 4 dices
a smile and a cheerful greeting. DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF By: Geraldine M. Gamble. D.C. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: hand towels; 6 bed spreads (..-
MAUDE R. RODGERS. 41-44 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned bW : & bed spreads (static); IT
Sometimes it takes a little time, PlaintiffJIMMIE pursuant to the fictitious pillows: 3 dozen pillow eases; 3 .*.*-
so don't expect one smile and a TS. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, name statute. Chapter 20953. or Section en sheets; 3 air conditioners; 1 eiet-
L. RODGERS. IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN- 865.09. Florida Statutes. 1941, will register trio heater;
single "hello" to work miracles.But Defendant TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin 1 swing set and slide; 1 helve deer
keep at it-smile and speak TO: Jimmie L. Rodgers, whose last RE: The Estate of and for Suwannee County Florida (not attached) ; 2 pieces Itt" galvaaized -
--and in short time the whole known address is Fort Gordon, ELIZABETH JANE NEVEILS HARRIS upon receipt of proof of publication of pipe, approximately If
--- a Georgia. Deceased. this notice the fictitious name to-wit: long; I! ,- :x 8" cement .Mocks; 1.
THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I ama for writing again to tell him the world win be smiling back uIyou. You are hereby notified that a Com NOTICE TO CREDITORS Suwanae River Realty 8- :x 8" cement blocks; 1 it gallon ..
Should it develop that this boy plaint for a divorce has been filed in All creditors of the Estate of Elizabeth under which I will engage in business.I oil drum; 1 160 gaOoa aster
girl of fourteen in the ninth same thing. the above named Court and yOU are re- Jane Neveils Harriss. deceased, are expect to engage in business in Live ground gas tank (butane) : 1 Ever
grade. I like a boy who U sixteen. There is a much better way to is so shy or backward that he win quired to serve a copy of your Answeror hereby notified and required to file any Oak Florida and my address is 4 miles Sharp Lawn Mower (used). Sr.
I wrote him a note and received let )know that like never respond, it will not be a Pleading to the Complaint upon the claims or demand which they may have SE of Live Oak oa Fla. Highway 49. No. 013 5; 2 used aato tires 7.S4
someone you think find Plaintiffs Attorney, Wm. Randall against Mid estate in the office of the The extent of ownership is entire. x 15 Star brand; 2 step ....n.
no response as to whether he likes them than by writing notes. If catastrophe. We you'll Slaughter P. O. Box 508, Live Oak County Judge of Suwannee County, WINSTON J. ROGERS Public notice is hereby given that 1
me or not He is backward, however you like someone, let them see that a smile and a cheerful atti- Florida, and file the original in the office Florida in the Court House at Live Dated this 30th day of January A.D. will on March 4. 1963. at 11#0 o*.ik
tude toward life will win you more of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Oak Florida, within six (6) calendar 1963. A. M. on said day at the premises hereinabove -
and doesn't even "hello"to that do by a friendly attitude; WINSTON J. ROGERS described sell bKe acetioa
say you on or before the 15th day of March, months from the date of the first publication at p
me. I like him very much. Always have a cheerful "hello" friends than all the notes you A. D. 1963. if you care to contest the of this notice. Each claim or 39-42 for cash lawful money of the United
Should I could write in a lifetime.It same otherwise the allegations of the demand must be filed in duplicate, in States all the right title. clam awl
write him another note or and a smile and the person, to Complaint will be taken as confessed by writing and must state the place of NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE interest of said defendants William R.
try to forget about him?" whom you speak or at whom you 'ea bar at Usnai: prebler ya residence and post office address of the By virtue of a Writ of Execution Williams and Carol Williams, ia and t.
OUR REPLY waai t* dlaessu, .r kssrvatUa rou.Done and ordered ia Live Oak. Su- claimant and must be sworn to by the dated December 18. 196%, issued out of the above described property, or so
: If you have writ- smile win have no doubts that you aatress ..r Istttr t.POE .
t alt. y wannee County, Florida, this 12th day claimant, his agent or his attorney, or the Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit much thereof as may be necessary to
ten the boy a note telling him that like them. AND ABOUT TEENAQEB8, of February, A. D. 1963. it will become void according to law. in and for Suwannee County, Florida at raise sufficient money to satisfy saM
NATIONAL WEEKLY NEW8PAPEB8EBTICE ALFRED T. AIRTHAdministrator Law on a Judgment rendered in said judgment, interest and costs, etc., to
you like him, there is no reason This is a much better approach (SEAL)
Lavanghn A. Sessions Court on September 11, 1962, in favor the highest and best bidder, and will
Clerk of Circuit Court 41-44 of The Clinton County National Bank thereafter at 12:00 o'clock Noon OB saM
Suwannee County, Florida ft Trust Company a Corporation. Plaintiff date resell said property at the frost
Understands Bird Language DAIRY PRODUCTIONThe 40-43 CALL FOR BIDS against the Defendants, William R. door of the Court House to Live Oak.
Williams and his wife. Carol Williams, Suwannee County. Florida or so raMfc
nation's dairy cow popula- NOTICE is hereby given that
Thousand Six Hundred Thir thereof be rake
for Seven
as may necessary to
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURTIN Board of County Commissioners of Su-
tion set all-time production records sealed ty-nine A 32/100 $7,639.32)). I have sufficient money to satisfy said >4g-
Man Who Fishes For HummingbirdsCatches in 1961. Some 17,400,000 TY. IN PROBATE.IN bids wannee on County the following item request: heretofore on January 30. 1963. levied mint interest and costs, etc., to the
upon the following described real estate highest and best bidder. Said real estate
RE Estate of One (1) 24.000 Ib. class Motor Grader -
t cows gave 125.5 billion pounds of : Rees and shall be powered by a fall diesel and personal property in Suwannee and personal property win be sell sep-
Brantiey Mills
County Florida. to-wit arately and said will not be
New Plant Animal milk, or 58,372.093,023 quarts. deceased. engine of not less than 115 horsepower. AU the NW% of SEA: of SWi lying sold separately and property said property wfll
SpeciesTo Notice Of Petition For Final shall be of six (6) cylinder
Filing Engine
Output per cow Was 7,211 poundsor Discharge .f Administratrix design and develop not less than 116 South and West of Highway 90, not be sold until the eonctasfoa of the
EXCEPT the East 251 feet in Sec- receiving of bids at the Court Home in
almost 3,354 quarts during the Notice is hereby given that I have horsepower at 1800 RPM and be eitherof
tion 22. Township 3 South Range Live Oak. Florida.
the uninitiated, a man who fishes for humming- year. filed my final return as administra- the two or four cycle type. It shall 15 East containing 4 acres moreor DaUd this January 30. 1MI.
rix: of the estate of Brantley Rees be equipped with electric starter generator -
birds may seem eccentric But there is nothing freakish filter and less: SHUGH LEWIS. Sheriff
dills, deceased, and I have filed my honrmeter dry type 8 metal chairs; 2 tables: 2 metal Suwannee County, FferUa
about Augusto Ruschi. One of the world's great naturalists petition for final discharge and will on air cleaner service indicator. stools; 5 wood bar stools; 1 large 3842SPREADER
the 22nd day of March 1963 apply to TRANSMISSION:
he has devised this method to capture the tiny birds Public NoticesLEGAL the Honorable Reece Brown. Judge of The Transmission shall be of the
Suwannee County for approval of said constant mesh type with at least six
for study in his home state of Espirito Santo, _Brazl.l final returns for final discharge as ad- speeds forward and two speeds in re

Dr. Ruschi has discovered two he washed away the sticKy sUbstances NOTICE ministratrix of the estate of Brantley verse. SERVICEFAST
Rees Mills, deceased. CLUTCH:
previously unknown varieties of and gently deposited the Notice is hereby given to all person Dated this 13th day of February: Heavy duty, double disc, oil type pre

hummingbirds, and rediscoveredone captive in a case with others. All whom responsible it may for concern any obligations that I will incurredby not be A. D. 1963.MYRTLE L. MILLS BRAKES ferred.: AND COURTEOUS SERVICE FOR

species long thought extinct. lay quietly, without apparent fearA *- anyone except myself or by Ned Dele- AS Administratrix of the Es- The grader shall be equipped with ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL
introduced to science Lifetime Pursuit gaL as my Attorney in Fact. tate of Brantley Rees Mills, brakes on the rear tandem wheels.
He also has Marvin P. (Mickey) Delegal deceased. STEERING:
more than a score of new plants Augusto Ruschi, the grandsonof 40-43 41-44 The grader shall be equipped with CONTACT

and animals.In an Austrian immigrant, has IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD mechanical with power booster for
the big flying enclosures of spent a lef time gathering his storeof JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN TIRES:
his biological station outside San- knowledge. He once watched a SUWANNEE: Adoption ofREGINALD COUNTY, FLORIDA.RE AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, All wheels shall be equipped with Rt 1, McAlpin 776-2551
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. 14:00 :x 24, 8 ply tires.
ta Teresa, hundreds of hum- hummingbird nest for 35 days GEORGE GLEASON by MARY A. ROSE. BLADE:

mingbirds sip nectar from bril- taking time out only to eat and LAURENCE HELEN MacMANUS G. MacMANUS, his wife. and vs. Plaintiff.DAVID fourteen The grader foot shall equipped_ with a ORHOWARD

liant trees and shrubs. There, snatch a little sleep. NOTICE R. ROSE CONTROLS: THOMAS
court even To learn what and how much, TO: MARY GLEASON, Address Un- Defendant. Controls shall be either mechanical
they live, fight, known: AMENDED NOTICE or hydraulic. Rt. 4, Live Oak 7762576SPEED
nest and rear families. to feed the birds, young Ruschi You are hereby notified that a peti- IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTH- CAB:

The story of the Brazilian ornithologist analyzed the contents of their tion Reginald for adoption George has Gleason been and filed to that adopt a
---- ------- ---- ---------- ... -
is told in an article en- stomachs. He found that the diet, hearing will be held in the office of Circuit "T 'I
Samuel S. Smith at the
titled "The Man Who Talks to at first is mainly protein (insects Courthouse Lake City. Florida on or I

Hummingbirds" in the January ), and, later, carbohydratesflower before the 30th day of March, 1963. If

National Geographic. Its author, ( nectar). will you fail be taken to do against so, judgement you for by the default relief QUEEN

staff member Luis Marden, says Dr. Ruschi was the first to get demanded in the Complaint. AUCTION DOLLAR
DONE and ORDERED at Live Oak.
that Dr. Ruschi knows more hummingbirds to breed in cap- Florida this 22nd day of February. 1963.

about the ways of these birds tivity. "It took ,several years," he LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS
Clerk of Circuit Court
than anyone else in the world. said. "But now we have them Suwannee County. Florida

"His rapport with them is so rearing young as.freely as they (SEAL)

( close Mr Marden writes after do in the wild. So far we have By: Geraldine Deputy M.Clerk Gamble -

watching him in action, "that I bred 61 species here." G. A. BUIE JR.

believe he can understand what Accompanying the Ruschi article Columbia City County Florida CourthouseLake

they say in chirps and trills, andI is a remarkable series of Attorney for Petitioners DAY SPECIAL !

am convinced that, in a sense, hummingbird photographs by Dr. 42-45

he can talk to them." Crawford H. Greenewalt, chair- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
To demonstrate how the flashing man of the board of E. I. duPontde FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN

little .creatures are captured, Nemours and Company, and a RE: The Estate ,of I

,Dr. Ruschi invited the Geographic trustee of National Geographic. E. W.Deceased.TRUSSELL,

j reporter on an expedition into a Using the electron microscope NOTICE TO CREDITORS PREMIUM BARGAINS
Estate of E. W.
AU creditors of the -
green, forested preserve of the and spectrophotometer, Dr. Trasseli. deceased are hereby notified
,nearby hill country. Equipment Greenewalt has shown, for the and required to file any claims or demands -

included an aluminium telescopicrod first time, exactly how the struc- :! said estate which in they the Office may of have the against County

and. a live owl. The rod's end ture of hummingbird feathers Judge of Suwannee County Florida in ON NEW

was smeared with sticky birdlimeto gives them iridescence. The within the Court six House(6) calendar at Live months Oak. Florida.from

entray the birds. The owl wasa flashing colors, he reports, are the date of the first publication of this

decoy. due to light diffracted by a mosaic notice.filed in Each duplicate claim in or writing demand and must must be SPEEDWASHERS qUEEN .

Dr. Ruschi tethered his owl to of tiny, elliptical platelets. state the place of residence and post
a platform hung on a sapling. Under the powerful microscope office address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant his agent '
Standing nearby, he began whist- they appear somewhat like pan- or his attorney, or it will .become void and DRYERS

ling soft, liquid notes. Soon hum- cakes liberally filled with air according to law. _/ Ruth B. Trnssell

mingbirds fluttered about scolding bubbles."I Executrix

1 their enemy. One dropped found a hummingbird gold 42-45

down, perched in a bush and mine," Dr. Greenewalt says of his IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
chirped shrilly.' The owl looked meeting with Dr. Ruschi in Bra- FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN 1

bored. It was an old act. zil. Among other assistance extended RE: The Estate of

The doctor moved forward and hi mwas an opportunity to ARTHUR Deceased.LINTON, SALE ENDS MARCH 9

slowly lowered the gluey tip of make unique photographs of the NOTICE OF PROBATETHE

his rod. Suddenly, the tiny figure male and female Augastes luma- PERSONS STATE INTERESTED OF FLORIDA IN THE TO ALL ES-

was caught on it. Telescoping chellus, the species that had been STATE OF SAID DECEDENT: HURRY TO FARMERS HARDWARE
You are hereby notified that a written
sections slid the bird
into Dr. presumed extinct until the na- instrument purporting to be the Last
Ruschi's hand. With lighter fluid turalist found living individuals. Will and Testament of the above dece-
dent has been admitted to probate in
said Court.
You are hereby commanded within six
(6) calendar months from the date of
DINE AND DANCENIGHTLY the first publication of this notice to ap-
pear in said Court to show cause if any
you can why the actions of said Courtin
admitting said Will to probate should
not stand unrevoked.


I Suwannee County, Florida
+ Admission: $2.00 Couple On Friday 42-45, Gt1 oc.t.

RE: The Estate of S\


Country Kitchen creditors of the Estate of Arthur ,
Madison Florida. Linton deceased are hereby notified 1
and required to file
any claims or demand ;, ,
which they may have against saidward's "


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Carve Ivory MotifWhaling stones Some and of the weeping most willows.elaborate pic-( Suwannee 4-H Members Attend Tampa State Fair I Miss Brinkman

tures were copied or traced from .&: Sorority PledgeMiss
Sailors Fight Boredom books and magazines. Godey's La- Suwannee County 4-H mem- DeVane assistant county agent; the State Fair Award for Suwannee Susan
and bers 152 in all took,part in and W. E. Maughan assistant County. Brinkman daughterOf
Book favorite
dy's was a
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Brinkman.
lab- 4-H Club Bay at the Florida state county agent. This award was given in recog-
a gnarled harpooner
a sophomore at Florida State Uni-
With The Art Of'Scrimshaw'When Pair in Tampa. They were accom-
: oriously copied fashion plates. At a grandstand program with nition of her outstanding 4-H versity, Tallahassee, was pledgedto :
panied by 24 adults and 4-H lead- approximately 5,000 4-H'ers in achievements.The .
they weren't catching whales or fighting gales, Corset Stays Decorated ers including Bemice Shuler, attendance. Dr. M. O. Watkins Livestock Judging Team last the week.Alpha Delta Pi sorority
whaling crews carved scrimshaw.The Scrimshaw artists reserved their home demonstration agent; Fred director of the Agricultural Extension from Suwannee County, composed -
seamen whiled the tedious hours of three most heartfelt efforts for corset Service honored boys and of Gene Box Jim Cundlff. stock Judging Contest The team
away stays. Busks made for wives and Oh God how long can this girls receiving the State Fair Kiah Eubanks. and Ronnie Ward placed 10th out of the 37 teams
before the mast by engraving whale teeth and
years sweethearts were decorated with "
last. Award. LeTrell Ezell received participated in the State Live- participating.
turning other bits of ivory into ornate, but useful, gadgets.The hearts flowers cupid's arrows
art still has many admirers. But most skippers agreed with and tender verses. One whaler
President Kennedy received an William Reynard master of the etched these sentiments onto

etched whale's tooth for Christmas Abigail of New Bedford, Mass., whalebone: "In many a gale/ ''cocA .. ....,... .,. ,
-COIY t eo.r
1962. who wrote in his 1836 logbook: Has been the Whale/ In which c ecR.CD.ot. > .c. _c._ecu-._ ." ."..',fH[ <_-_ _" -_ -x.. co"tM.At._
On some old-time whalers everyone "An idle hea dis the workshop of this bone did rest./ His time is - --- - -- '.-.- -- ----, .-- .
from captain to cabin boy the Devil. Employed scrimshon." past/ His bone at last/ Must now -
had a scrimshaw project under- Ivory teeth from sperm whales support thy brest."
way, the National Geographic So- were prime raw material. Sailors Ivory and whalebone were
ciety says. Men swapped tobaccoor polished the surface to a sheen transformed into baskets birdcages
performed menial tasks in exchange with files rough sharkskin and intricate reels for yarn
for a choice whale's tooth. pumice. cane handles, door knobs collar
The log of the brig "By Chance', Using a jackknife or needle, the buttons napkin rings and a mis- 11(111 HALF I
of Dartmouth Mass., for May 20 sailor-artisans scratched pain- cellany of other things.
1826 reads: "All these 24 hours staking designs on the teeth. Sailors vied at creating ingenious -
small breezes and thick foggy "Some of them" wrote Herman designs for pie crimpers, or
weather, made no sail. So ends Melville, "have boxes of dentistical "jagging wheels". New Bedford
this day, all hands employed implements especially intended held an annual crimpercarvingcontest
Scrimshonting." for the skrim-shandering busi- awardin gthe winner a
Lookouts Ignored WhalesAt ness". The incised lines were colored "slop chest" of prizes worth as
the height of the scrimshawcraze with India ink, paint tar, much as $500. -
some lookouts were knownto dye from South Sea islands, and Scrimshaw required infinite
have committed the cardinalsin even soot from the rendering vats. pains but whalemen had many
of sighting but not reporting Nautical and patriotic motifs dull hours to fill. Logbooks bear
whales. Presumably, these men were popular ships, anchors, eloquent witness to the grinding
could not bring themselves to interrupt flags, and figures of Liberty.. The boredom of long voyages: "Saw IILIIQUAIITIILOFCOKL
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carving.A the President bore a patriotic ship and my shipmates. No
few captains forbade scrim- design, too the PresidentialSeal. whales no whales. No talk. No
shaw altogether. Others restrictedit Optimistic whalemen etched use thinking Reading old let-
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I Do Girls With Makeup Get All The Boys! ?

"whistles" and attention. But it $ I ITRADEMARK

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WEAR THIS 7, pound or two of the makeup wouldbe
MAKEUP \ taken off immediately if these
ATTRACT girls could hear the comments
Au THE boys"whistle.make" about! them after the

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much "goo." The wise girl gets
the message and begins to use
cosmetics as they should be usedto Serves 3 fullthat's glasses over ice
compliment rather than dis- to
guise her natural appearance. The
girl who wears too much makeupin
order to attract attention does
not care what people say, so longas
I THE WEEK'S LETTER: "In never really noticed by that one she continues to attract atten- 18 full glasses in carton
:. your article, "Some Girls Use Too important boy, except when some tion.Makeup every
1 Much Paint," you say that they help is needed with an algebra however used, isn'tenough
look like 'fugitives from to hold the attention of any .
a war problem. - __ .
: dance. I am in my freshman year OUR REPLY: The girl who boy for long. The average boy is < -- '' !' _
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and I all this more interested in general ap- r... - -
once wore makeup- wears the most paint does not al-
until I decided it made me look ways get the most attention from pearance, personality, reputation,
; like 'fake.' But bothers and a number of far more impor-
one thing the boys, and certainly is seldom
:; me and I am sure it concerns the girl that an "important" boy tant recommendations. f
:' some other girls as well. Why do would wish to introduce to his If Tea. have a teenage. problem ywatt .. .
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