Suwannee Democrat

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Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
J.E. Pound
Creation Date:
March 7, 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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1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1963 '* VOL. 78, NO. 43
Kitcanians Honor Suwannee County Teachers Levies

\fJ Mayor Seaboard To Sponsor

I""ESAC'HERS Jail Term On 1

T ..,. ". County YouthMayor
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: J. Marvin Phillips

sentenced Joe Howell of Live
6 Oak to four weekends in jail 1000 People

Monday in City Court amid Bars Wadsicorth Inspects
a hail of protests from dis
gruntled relatives. West Florida GuardWest Expected For

( Howell was found guilty of Heavy Trucks Use Florida National Guard .-

reckless driving and resisting ar units this week received their: Forestry DayA
rest. He admitted 'to appearing in first command inspection since
Of Newbern RoadThe
City Court on three previous oc the recent reorganization of the
A representative of the
casions. Florida Guard.
_:: _ The youthful defendant plead Board of County Commis Brig. Gen. Louie C. Wads Seaboard Airline Railroad

Lift not guilty to the charge and accused sioners Monday voted to authorizethe worth of Live Oak assistant told the Branford ArealIen's
( ) Kiwanis officers
the Teacher club
pose following Appreciation Banquet the sponsored Florida Highway Patrol to
the arresting officer James commander of the 55th Operational Club Monday that Su-
dd& honor of Suwannee County Teachers Tuesday. Feb. 26. There are Lt. Governor E. K. Hamilton enforce load and speed limit signs:
Allison with having something Headquarters began the wannee County has been
Rev. Bill Nickerson treasurer John Hampton, second vice-president John on the Dowling Park Road and
; ; Adicks president; Ralph
against him and abusing him for command inspection tour Mon chosen as the site of a special
Hall first vice-president; LaVoye Boggus secretary. (Right) Dr. T. J. Kelly director of the divisionof no reason. ; bar excessively loaded trucks- from day. The General inspected
state-wide Forestry Day on
Teacher Education Certification and Accreditation. The banquet was held in the high school Howell testified that he and using the Newbern Road. guard units at Tallahassee, 11 attended by not-
Trucks carrying loads in excessof April
cafeteria. Allison had exchanged words ata Quincy Marianna Chipley, De-
50,000 pounds will be routed ables from all over the coun-
truck stop on west Highway 90. Funiak Springs, Bonifay Crest-
around the Newbern Road. This
The defendant said that later on view Panama City, and Pensa- try.Robert
-'ers. John Adicks Speaks Wellborn Group he drove into a service station behind measure will affect the rock cola. He spent Monday night in N. Hoskins general forestry -
trucks which use the road fre agent for the railroad, told
the officer's vehicle. He said Chipley Tuesday in Pensacola,
Starts 4-H ClubThe quently. Many of these vehicles that Seaboard had arranged -
Allison jumped out of the police and Wednesday in Panama the group
Veteran Teacher Tells loads heavier than the limit. trains ORe
two special -
County held carry
Wellborn 4-H Club car ran back to his vehicle City. He returned to Live Oak
The Board also discussed the and the oth-
its first night meeting Feb. 18 snached open the door, grabbed today (Thursday). to leave
Kiwanians About 'Old in the Wellborn Elementary him proposed renovation of the Courthouse General er to leave Tallahassee to meetin
Days'Marvin him by the arm, jerked from Wadsworth publisherof
building. Action is pendingthe Live Oak. He said these two
School at which time the dub
the car cursed him slapped him the Suwannee Democrat
release of funds from the Fed- would bring about 700 prominent
A. O'Hara, a man with 38 years of teaching was organized.A and wrestled him down to the eral Accelerated Public Works checked units in Panama City people here.
covered dish supper pre- concrete. and Jacksonville on Saturdayand
experience in Suwannee County Schools, addressed Ki- the meetinc.The Program. Suwannee County qua- The event will be held at Wal-
'waihians Wednesday, Feb. 27, with a humorous accountof ceded officers Officer Testifies lified as a depressed area eligible Sunday. ter Blume's property on West
following were Allison testified that he and The General and CoL George
'what teaching here four decades ago was like. elected Girls President Lenora for these funds.Congressman Highway 90. The Board of County
: Policeman Cossie Bailey were Dale of Live Oak will leave Friday -
o'Hara said he had taught Fisher and Council Delegate driving toward town from the Don Fuqua told for Fort Stewart, Ga., where Commissioners agreed to cut a
insignificant the Board that the county's application road for people to use in
r "old days" for an graded
school in the Nellie Brady. BoysPresi- truck stop when an oncoming car they will attend a conference to
salary of $60-$75 per Thomas Radford dent Terryle Brady, Vice Presi- veered over on their side of the for federal funds had been make plans for the annual encampment getting to the wooded site.
received and was awaiting alloca- Hoskins said Gov. Farris Bryant
and less. dent Ricky Collis, and Council
month road in their path getting back to be held there this
"I even taught for $40 a month Delegate David Knight. into its own lane before crashing tion. summer. members of the cabinet and
atone time" he said. "And I remember 56 Of Live Oak Other officers of the combined into the police car. In other business the Board both houses of the legislature including -
teaching 11 and 12 voted to add $3,000 to next year's other dignitaries from
club are Recreation Leader Allison said he turned around
budget as a supplement to state Florida will attend the event. In
months a year during the war. Shirley Foster Reporter and followed the other vehicle to Teachers
Funeral ServicesFuneral
The teacher who has 41 years Glen Carver Secretary and the truck stop where he recognized monies to pay for a full time for- County addition the secretary of agri-
experience in his profession explained i Treasurer Hazel Fisher and the driver. estry program and hire a full culture, is expected to attend this
could have made services for Thomas time forester. This additional FEA Plan Forestry Day.
that Song Leader Debra Carver. "When I recognized Joe I told Approve
considerably more money if he Radford, a lifetime resident of him to watch his driving" Allison money will allow the county to The president of St. Regis Pa-
County but Suwannee County, were conducted engage Wyman Garland as a full per Company in New York is
had left Suwannee said. "Then I turned around and
he had to stay and help take care hi the First Methodist Church ChurchSponsoredMusic headed back toward town." time county forester. Previously. To Raise SalariesSuwannee slated to be the principal speakerfor
"old folks". Friday with the Rev. Spivey Garland had split his time between the event. In addition Gev.
of the Then Howell turned around and
government takes Brabham pastor officiating.Mr. Suwannee and Hamilton County Teachers Bryant Congressman Don Fuqua
'"The followed the police car bumper-to-
care of those today" he quipped. Radford. 56, died Wednes- Workshop bumper back.. to town,and-pulled Counties." conimtsion"accepted-- bid Monday approved a re and other members of state and
O'Hara said that principals in day. Feb. 27, In St. VincenVs into a service station behind the The a solution designed to provide national leaders are scheduled to
tine old country schools had to Hospital in Jacksonville. Slated Next :WeekThe officers Allison continued. from Ring Power Corporation fora higher teacher salaries thai be on the program.All .
No. 12 Caterpillar road grader. of the members of the Florida -
btnIr, administrator, maintenanceman Mr. Radford was in construction Resists Arrest will be presented to the
The machine cost the county delegation in the United
and janitor) as well as a and building work most of ninth annual Church Mu- The officer added that he got Florida Educational Associ to

acher.He explained that the object his lifetime serving as preSIdentof sic Workshop sponsored by the, out of his car, walked up to How- $18,000.The Board voted to hire Mrs. ation later this month. be States here.Congress are expected

was to get the students to Dale and Radford Builders Live Oak Ministerial Associationand ell's vehicle and told him to get Howard Taylor as temporary Civil Present state allocations forrank House To Attend

help with the cleaning and main- Supply Company in Live Oak churches will be held in the out of his car. Allison asserted Defense Director. Mrs. Taylor HI teachers (four year col State Rep. Leon McDonald said

tenance chores. since 1947. First Methodist Church on the that he did not run, slap curseor will handle correspondence and lege degree required) is $3,600. all members of the Florida Home
"A boy would hold up a desk He served on the Board of the evenings of March 11-12. jerk Howell out of the auto. other routine matters until a This new proposal would increase of Representatives had signed a
hUe. girl swept", he said. "And Advent Christian Home and was This program is designed to aid Allison said that after an exchange permanent director is appointed. current rank HI teachers' salariesby resolution to attend. The Horse

the romances they had were particularly active in working church music leaders in improvingthe of verbage he decided to $400. will adojurn its legislative session -

something. with the Advent Christian Orph- musical portion of workshop arrest Howell. He said that How- This would make the Minimum on this day to appear in Live
O'Hara said he was eight years anage and associating with the services and provide methods and ell resisted and the two engagedin George Burke 58 Foundation Program appropriation Oak, McDonald added.

old before he started to school.He children who live there. techniques for a fully graded choir a heated scuffle that resultedin ; for a bachelor's degree $4- The Forestry Day program te

said he climbed through the Mr. Radford was a member and program.Dr. Howell's being handcuffed and 000; at the beginning of the con- designed to point up the bnper-

grammar school ranks to the I past president of Rotary, a mem- James R. Houghton noted jailed. Funeral ServicesGraveside tinuing contract $4,600; for the tance of the forestry industry in
stayed there for awhile and choral conductor and professor of Howell interjected that Allison
eighth grade I ber of BP.O.E. 1165 a mem- continuing contract plus seven this state and the nation and
then stepped into college. ber of the Elks. He was a mem- church and vocal music at Boston was a liar and drew a contemptof services for George years $4,900; for the continuing demonstrate modern techniques

"In those days you went to the ber of the First Methodist Churchof University will lead the workshop court warning from Mayor Walker Burke of Live Oak were contract: plus 10 years $5,500; and practiced in the industry.

eighth grade and stayed there Live Oak. instruction. In addition to con- Phillips. conducted at the City Cemetery the continuing contract plus 15 Seaboard who is coiBpieteiy

because there was no place else Mr. Radford is survived by his ducting engagements Houghton' "I've never known one of my Tuesday with the Rev. J. W. Bail- years $5,580. sponsoring the event will haul in

to go;' he quipped. wife :Mrs. Neva Rogers Radford; has appeared in opera on the men to lie about anything" Phil- ie, pastor of Westwood Baptist The present differential between equipment to use hi making dem

O'Hara observed that it takes two sons, Thomas Radford Jr. of concert stage and in radio and lips charged. "And I'm ,going to Church, officiating.Mr. ranks would be maintained.It onstrations.D. .

something special to be a good the U. S. Army and Winston Rad- television programs.His back him up"Policeman Burke 58, died in his homeon was further recommended by C. Green, owner and opera-
Uacher. He said some of the best ford of Live Oak; one sister Mrs. recitals in Carnegie Hall in Cossie Bailey who Saturday. Cause of death was the Board of the FEA that the tor of D-Craft Boat Works in

students in college cannot teachbecause Tom Turnage of Jacksonville. New York Symphony Hall in was an eye witness to the incident, listed as a probable heat attack. state establish minimum salary (No. 3 Continued on Page 8))
they lack the executive Active pallbearers were Leroy Boston, England, France and testified that Allison's testimony Mr. Burke was born Westville, levels. The following were suggested -

ability to handle a classroom."A McDaniel Seward Fleet Price Germany have attracted wide- was correct. Fla. : for beginners, not less

teacher has to be policenlan Hickman Harley Brown Dr. R. spread attention and high praise Several times during the course He is survived by one sister than $4,000; for the continuing Defective Brakes

judge and jury as well as an" L. Brinkman Darrow Helvenston from music critics. of the testimony the Mayor advised Mrs. Ella Burke of Westville and contract not less than $5,200; for

instructor to classroom students, Houston Roberts and Jorgen Revs. Spivey Brabham of the members of Howell's family one brother W. B. Burke of the continuing contract plus sev-

h} commented. Brorsen. First Methodist Church and hat; their remarks based on what Birmingham, Ala. (No. 6 Continued on Page 8)) Cause Expensive
-He said that the great majorityof Suwannee Funeral Home was in James Walkup of the First Pres- the defendant had told them had Suwannee Funeral Home was in

youths today can get through charge of arrangements. (No. 5 Continued on Page 8)) (No. 4 Continued on Page 8)) charge of arrangements.
colleges if they are willing to Building Permits Traffic Mishap\

'V5rk and work hard for an edu-
cation., He added however that A set of truck brakes that failed

t!e youth must have a desire toleprn 4-H Banner Flies Under Old Glory'The Total $824,843 to hold caused a $1,500 traffic

if he intends to get a col- mishap at the intersection of Onto

kge degree today. Building permits issued by the Ave. and Houston St. Saturday.No .
- *'! graduated from the University familiar green clover leaf flag of 4-H took its 4-H Flag To Fly Over Courthouse City: of Live Oak for repair and one was injured.

of Florida and I never at- I place beneath "Old Glory" during this National 4-H i I construction totalled $824,843 in Joseph Henry Pedego of Live

Hnded a day of high school in my Week to wave in the brisk March winds over the Suwan I 1962 almost double the dollar. Oak, driving his '55 Ford pickup

_ lime," he said. nee County Courthouse.!?! __ value of permits issued in 1961. north on Houston Ave., started

O'Hara advised that parentsNo. The County 4-H Council presented the banner to the i However $426,727 of the total. across Howard St. in the path of

( Z Continued on Pare 8)) Board, of County Commissionerswho week proclaimed March 2-9 to be were issued to the Federal Housing a 57 Chevrolet sedan driven by

accepted the flag and autho- recognized in the City of Live Authority for building the new Thomas Lee Johnson, colored of
rized its display from the Court- Oak as National 4-H Club Week. housing projects in the city. Live Oak Police said. Pedego saw
Discusses Subtracting this federal permit Johnson's Chevrolet in time to
Speaker flagpole. Gov. Farris Bryant also proclaimed ;
Mayor J. Marvin Phillips last that this date be named Flor- from the total yields a figure less stop. But when Pedego applied hie

ida 4-H Club Week and urged than; last year's building permit brakes they failed to hold. His
Course output of $468,341. This indicates truck moved slowly into the path!
Ideology "all citizens to take part in the
Williamson To SpeakAt county and community observances that local building during the of the oncoming car while he

that are being planned around n'.. 1< year decreased. stared> helplessly.
\ Club P-TA ProgramThe the stat ". New home building last year The action was swift.

WiliLive" Live Oak ParentTeachers dropped! to $224,430 in the city, Johnson realizing he eotiktet

Oak Lions Club met at Association will meet on Numerous Programs L more than $100.000 less than the stop veered to the right in a hard

the Gold Leaf Tuesday and beard Monday, Alar. 11 at 8 pjn. in Four-H programs touch upon a 1-11 i id value of permits issued in 1961. turn skidded nearly a hundred
wide variety of projects in agriculture -
B. L. Dunavant, a member of the the Pine Mew School Cafetori- Other categories of building feet' Jumped a four inch curb, and
economics ;
mell into three J988
club} speak on Americanism vscommunism' nm. y' permits showed increases. Club plowed pen
ship personal development. ,
a course currently Everett Williamson, School and commercial buildings climbed model vehicles parked on
beIng taught in the high school. Superintendent, and the Su These programs apply the latest t. / ':' from $15,500 to $27,000; new in front of Otis Bown Motor Company -

punavant based his presentation wannee 'County School Board scientific findings to learn "why"as ; { J/* ;+. :\>. churches rose from $36300 to a Pontiac, a CMC pickup',
well as the "how" of what they
on a series of books from will present the main part of accomplish.And j ,,.y.. z.d-, 1.,;'' ". ',(f....'I-t.'t" 53,000; ; and repair and remodeling and a Rambler station wagon.
vfnich he had extracted material. the program. Williamson will ,z,' .: ; < .,. increased slightly from $88- In the meantime Pedego coasted
; r'
';A, delegation of lions fromGainesville toeD about accomplishments of Suwannee County's 4-H -r r : 876 to $93,686.Although on across the intersection and
accompanied L Ion the School Board and their Club members' have been busy .-f' more money was stopped his truck about 68 .feetfrom

Sonny Lee who is a candidate plans for the future. 'this past year building leadership. spent in these categories in 1962 the spot where his brakes

fJT District Governor. Lion Lee Pine View School is In chargeof through working together. here were fewer instances of ailed.

gave a report on the North Florida the program. Students from County 4-H Clubs have par- building and repair with the exception Both men appeared in City
Eye Bank at the J. Hints this school will be presented in ticipated in 4-H Day at the Flor- of three new churches I Court Monday and testified as to

jflller ,Health Center at the Uni- a choral group. Mrs. Harry ida State Fair (152' members and last year compared with two what happened. Mayor J. Marvin

.V&sity.of Florida. Grant will direct the musical 26 parents. attended), State 4-H Lame B. built in 1961. Phillips dismissed charges against
Roberson of the Board of County Commissioners -
AU Lion Clubs in Florida areaypporting selections presented by the Dairy Show in Orlando, North This differential in cost may Johnson and found Pedego! gum
the eye bank program chorus. :Florida Livestock Show and Sale ,- accepts the 4-H banner from Gene Box, chairman Of ndicate that better quality build of causing an acddent by reason

'iieh IS in conjunction with thedeb" All members of the PTAare- II in Madison West Florida Live- the Boys .4-H County Council LaTreBe EzeH chairman of the ing and repair is being: achieved of defective brakes. The Mayer

"Sight Conservation Pro- urged to attend this meeting stock..Show and Sate' Tractor Girls County Council was confined to Suwaaaec County Hospital and/or the price of these services declined to assess; Fedego any

". next: :Monday; night I .(No. 1 Continued on Page 8) with flu and unable to attend the preae &atlOl1. is going up. penalty under the law.










"In The Heart Of The Suuxmnee River Valley99 r>:

: BANNER Consolidated LEADER ti DOWN who has now elected to handle
Established 1884 August 2 1897 Established 1886 txr TIME i WOULD NAPE / 1'' 1. I expressed Defense Appropriations.
Published Every Thursday At Pine And Conner Street KEETCOR HEAD DOWN AN* / Senate would im- Our Space Committee met

Louie C. Wadsworth ............................................ Publisher VtJLH? E1BCW TH'+ SANP STRAIGHT.OM TH'.. f f b FrontBy L to take up im- Thursday afternoon to work outa
WATCH following the joint hearing with the Com-
Frank E. Westmark, Jr. ...........................,................. Editor POURTEEKTM- j Committee to
RoUGJ protracted efforts merce pass on the
1 Clara S. Wadsworth .............................. Associate Editor to weaken Presidential appointees who will

i Walter Lee Olive ............................... Advertising Manager i serve as the organizers and first
-, i! -- Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak, Florida Doyle E. was mistaken. As directors of the Communl-catiornt.

--i SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $3.00 lIArP ConnerVertical Steering Satellite Corporation. One of
:'RATES Outside Suwannee County $3.50 a which I am a mem- these fourteen appointees is A.
report assigning Byrne Litschgi a highly-regarded
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance IntegrationIn to conmit- Tampa attorney. ,..

Broiler IndustryI the size of com- U. N. BENEFITS TO CUBA
a Florida Press AssociationMEMBER /won note on the national scene of the same ultra- OPPOSED

/SlfWANNEl that the House Small Business a six-day at- Although this country supported -
OF { COUNTY Committee has released a report us up until Tues- United Nations Special Fund
SUWANNEE COUNTY CHAMBER documenting the rapid vertical projects in Nationalist China,
no i COMMERCE integration of the broiler indus- to set aside the South Korea Viet Nam and else-
,. Chamber of Commerce Utf : try. Its conclusion: "Every effort of the Steering whire, we voted against the agri-

i should be made to do away with even less success., : cultural research station proposed;

% contract farming. had been in their for Cuba nearly two years ago.

Sorry Mess Disclosed At On Y According to the committee, the Two of their pro- Nevertheless, it was approved then
Hearing Housing
broiler industry was started on beat- by a majority vote.

or i d a'srecently multitude of construction and its "journey to disaster" by the votes, receiving Under the circumstances of our
paniesFl have sustained a black eye from repair a few com_ I4._. .,., .r.-17.,,e.,,_.,. li!>_..M. '._ 1Z 7 A "catalytic process" of increased on one and 12 on present relationship with the
technology which resulted in overproduction Cuba of Fidel Castro I feel
a very few members from their ranks who have taken
and integration of the Sen- strongly that this project shouldbe
advantage of the public trust. A small portion of these
r 'through contractual arrange- our report in full cancelled regardless of how
companies are nothing more than fly-by-night\ confidencemen ments) by highly capitalized con- now ready for much it may be technically need
<". who specialize in swindling and defrauding honest It Happened In cerns. we have buckled ed. I have lodged formal protestof

citizens. At present committee figures work which is the project with the State Department

Gene Matthews, editor and publisher of the Bradford show, more than 95 per cent of the committees. and the White House. .
I County Telegraph, made some remarks recently that Suwannee the broiler production is under WORK STARTS COURT RECOMMENDATIONS

should serve as a warning to Suwannee County residentsin County contract, a system where large of our Com- Last week Senator Smathersand
the future. feed companies furnish everythingbut on Wednes- I jointly recommended to they '
the grower's land and labor. the nomination of Department of Justice the appointment
"Incredible disclosures-came to light at a legislative
Incidentally, one Washington Secretary of Agri- of Charles B. Fultonto
hearing in Gainesville last Friday revealing the diabolically report states that government our foreign agri- fill the existing vacancy of the
1923 1938
clever methods used by human vultures to defraud pro- Z economists believe the already program, and set federal bench for the Southern

perty owners of millions of dollars worth of property an- over-produced broiler industry legislation. District of Florida. Fulton, 52.

may boost its production by as morning, the ini- I West Palm Beach attorney and
nually."And From The Files Of The
the worst part of the miserable mess is that much as 20 per cent this year.A our Committee on immediate past president of the

under our present inadequate statutes these scoundrels, SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT report by the American Feed related to an em- Florida Bar Association, is, in our
Manufacturers Association at the of the Depart- opinion, eminently qualified for
some of whom would make Fagin look like Little Lord
Fauntleroy, can't be touched by the law, while the small- end of December was milder. It to restore the the position.
said: "The broiler industry may of the Com- This week Senator Smathers
time thief who makes off with his neighbor's pig can serve Forty Years Ago - 1923 overexpand in 1963." Caution was Corporation which and I also submitted the name of

years behind bars."Through Saturday was Civic Day on the was fittingly celebrated with a de- advocated in production planningfor the end of its re- William A. Meadows of Miami
e seven long hours the legislative committee calendar of the Woman's Club I lightful picnic in the grove which this year. bill to for nomination as United States
sat and listened to the testimony of fraud victims, some of and one of the finest programs of surrounds the school house, fol- CCC more than Attorney for the Southern Districtof
i whom found themselves obligated and their property en- the year was listened to and appreciated lowed by an enjoyable programof Views strongly opposed to thoseof which it had dis ; Florida. Meadows is now serving -

cumbered with mortgages for up to ten times the valueof by club members and music and speech-making, the Congressional Small Business out our foreign as a Circuit Judge, and we are
visitors present. which closed with the awarding of
the actual work performed. And contrary to popular Committee were expressed of surplus confident that he will do splendid
Mrs. Lyle, chairman of the diplomas to five bright young
recently by my friend Phil Camp- abroad 'WOrk in the position for which
belief, not all of these victims were senile, incompentent, committee, had enlisted the aid of girls who had completed the
of Agriculturein he
bell, Commissioner not usable has been recommended. .
or stupid, by any manner of means. The methods used the gentlemen in arranging her course of study. Georgia which leads the nationin favorably by ANTI-POLL TAX AMENDMENTSince
by some of the "suede shoe" wheelers and dealers are so program. The graduating class consistedof broiler production. Said he: my last report five

devious and cleverly conceived that they defy description. Misses Elma Foster Ha Mikell, "Contract farming has built !. passed next Mon- states Indiana Rhode Island.more
Many intelligent though perhaps too trusting The Suwannee High basketball Ruby Johnson, Bessie Skeen and in Georgia.
young, the poultry industry to the White House Michigan, Alaska, and Ohio -
people are among their victims also. quintet won the final game of a Lillie Skeen. The poultry industry in Georgia of the Ses have ratified my Constitutional

"The pattern seems fairly consistent in most of the series with a fast-moving Monti- could not and would not have it on the Floor Amendment eliminating the poll
cello team here Friday evening. This section of the country was
operations. A smooth-talking salesman hits upon a victimor achieved its present huge size been named Chair tax as a prerequisite for voting
Each team had previously won a visited by a heavy wind storm
( may be steered to him by a "bird dog" one who gets decision from the other by a mar- Tuesday evening about 8 o'clock without contract farming. hand- for federal officials. To date 13
"This is true because enough Appropriations, of the required 38 states have
paid commission for providing tips on likely prospects). ap
a gin of five points so a deciding and increased in intensity until individual farmers could not have
The work to be done is described in glowing terms and a game; was necessary, Suwannee midnight. The damage here so far financed themselves or managedthe by Senator handled Russell for proved the Amendment.

price mentioned, which later turns out to be the "cash winning by an 18-16 count. as we are able to learn has not sale of this product in the
I price." The time price is something else again (some- Last Friday marked the close of been very great. Some timber and market place."Everyone .

times double or more), the property owner is so bedazzled one of the most successful termsin fenses were blown down, roofs in Georgia is
with the prospect of getting his' house "fixed up" that he, the history; of the Rixford damaged v and a' Jew windows proud of the tremendously effici-
School !with Miss Callie Co6dy of broken.: f
I I' has
regardless of ent poultry industry which
thinks only in terms of monthly IV
Pinetta as teacher The occasionTtvent.Five t been built with contract-farming,
how long they run."Sometimes Without contract farming this industry
the glib salesman offers an additional inducement Years Ago -- - 1938 would not have built to the CdLto ,

of a cash payment to the property owner which Suwannee County was repre- tremendous size of producing an ab

will enable him to pay off some other bills, or buy some- sented at the Fat Stock Show in rived.Word average of almost one million
thing that he has long needed or wanted. This is addedin Jacksonville Tuesday and Wed- was received from United broilers per day in Georgia.

with the "time price differential," of course, and the nesday of this week by eight States Senator Claude Pepper He emphasized, however, that Netcspaper
property owner pays dearly for it in the long run but at steers entered by four 4-H boys. Wednesday afternoon that Presi- because contract farming is good
about the lump of cash Sidney Allen, who entered three dent .Roosevelt had approved a for the poultry industry "does weekly newspap- this should be the case. The weekly -
the moment he is thinking only
white face Herefords in the show, WPA street improvement projectfor not mean that it would be bene- which is as old paper, is the community historian -
and those "reasonable" monthly payments."The garnered the prizes won by the Live Oak.Planned ficial to tobacco peanuts milk And it has shown an immortal record of
salesman then gets the property owner to sign county's exhibit. He placed ninthin under this project is and possibly several other com of staying pow- births and deaths, marriages and
a contract for the work, and by hook or crook also gets a the Class A group for 4-H the paving of two blocks of Walker modities," and added: divorces business successes and
mortgage on the property frequently including in the clubbers steers weighing up to Street and three blocks of First "Each commodity produced by a recent census failures the growth and progressof
legal description more property than the home owner 700 pounds and won first placein Street to join Houston. farmers in Georgia and the Uni- Ohio News Bureau the town and the county, the
thinks he is giving."Sometimes the group of steers from 701- ted States has its own peculiarities state's weeklies changing attitudes of mind that
the property owner doesn't even know Nearly 400 farmers gathered at with regard production and in circulation come with passing generations.

he is signing a mortgage, but the papers are juggled 850.Aubrey Ward carried two half- the Courthouse Saturday after- marketing which makes it impos- 2,158,237 to 2,102- Beyond that the good weeklyis
the salesman that the mortgage is breeds to the show and secured noon to discuss operation of the sible to have one system of ,pro- it also found a molder of opinion. Throughits
around ,cleverly by
so the 'victim unwittinglysigns better than average prices for his state marketing warehouse located duction and marketing suitable to majority of Ohio editorial, colunms it providesnot
sandwiched in between so
steers. One was an Angus the in this city. Several growersof all commodities. only facts but controversial
a mortgage contract. In other cases, signatures on other a cross between Angus and neighboring counties attendedthe in an era in opinion. It stirs debate and curi
mortgages have been forged by tracing from the signature Jersey. Both were bred on the session. American Broilers media are compet- osity. In a phrase it makes people
on the contract, and have been notarized by notaries farm of W. S. Ward, father of the County Agent S. C. Kierce leda for circu- think. And this perhaps is its
and witnessed by "witnessess" who have never seen the young exhibitor. discusison on the need and valueof Meet High TariffsI has greatest contribution to the nation -
such a market urged farmersto think the broiler industry beyond any it has served *o well, long
signer."After the mortgage is obtained for an amount, usually Construction of the new twin : cooperate and outlined crops like some other segments of Am- and faithfully.
double or more than the actual value of the propertyand tobacco warehouses to be erected easily grown in this area that I erican agriculture, had been an- good reason why -Lake Wales News

the work to be done, the repair or construction company here for operation here this sea- could be sold through the market. ticipating a lush export business Patriotism
son by Smothers Brothers and into the European Common Mar-
discount to a company
offers it for sale at handsome ,
a af- Calhoun began this week with Seeking another term as Alder- ket. In West Germany especially editors, statesmen period of deterioration -in the
dealing in such paper. The repair company can the completion expected in 70 man from Ward Four in the city marketing tests last year had indicated leaders are joining homes schools movies television,
ford to discount the mortgage up to 50 per cent and still days. far in advance of the sales election to be held May 3, Claude a big potential demand for restore patriotism etc., which began in the 1930s
make a handsome profit on the job since it is overpricedby period. Hackney this week formally. American poultry.But ; place in the Ameri when it became popular to be cyn.

as much as ten times its actual value in some instances. launched his candidacy for reelection the world has been made ical and to criticize the American
"With' the sale of the mortgage accomplished and The fire department answereda to the city council. 'aware of the fact that the six nations single piece of evi- system. And of course there is
the ill-earned profit in its pocket, the construction com- call to the home of :Mrs. F. E. composing the Common what happened in room for criticism of the Ameri-

"goes out of business," goes into bankruptcy, chan- Harvard on Van Buren Street last Rev. Karl H. Koestline spoke Market, while working to erase what has happen- can system. It to not perfect.
pany other method of losing its Friday night shortly after 11 briefly at the Kiwanis luncheon all tariff barriers to trade between patriotism and But it is possessed of many ad-
ges its name, or adoptssome o'clock. The entire rear portion of Friday in observance of National themselves are embarking on a the American way mirable qualities and features and ,
identity. the residence was in flames. The Peace Week, observed thruout the policy of high tariffs against com- during the Ko is the best system of freedom and\
"The luckless property owner, finally realizing he blaze spread rapidly to portionsof nation last week. peting products from other nations In that war many independence man has yet devised\
has been taken, refuses to make his monthly payments, or the roof as the fire fighter ar- especially in the area of who turned obvi- on the democratic level.
is unable to make them because they are so high he can- agriculture. an enthusiasm and Cocoa Tribun

not pay them out of his limited income. At this point Ten Years Ago .- - 1953last Prospects for our exports of agricultural of the govern- .

the mortgage buyer moves in and begins foreclosure pro- The dread hog disease, vesicu- Friday while veterinariansare products will be uncer- country. UF HIRES PHYSICISTS
ceedngs. In the eyes of the law he is within his rights lar-exanthema, similar to hoof busy testing hogs to find fora tain until some stable alignmentof to Communist i One of the nation's leading
because he is presumed to be an "innocent buyer who and mouth disease in cattle, is certainty if the disease is pres- the European nations has been they did not space physicists, Dr. Alex E.
bought the mortgage in good faith and is only trying to suspected to have struck in Su- ent. achieved, either by settlement of about the United Green, has been appointed to tb
wannee County. Nearly 300 headof the Common Market mess precipitated history and gov- University of Florida faculty
get his money back. has recourse hogs at J. D. Odom's Livestock Drilling on wells to supply wat- by De Gaulle's stand refute clever Com- Graduate Research Professor
"The unfortunate property owner no thatit Pavilion were quaranteened here (No. 1 Continued on Page 3)) against British entry, or by new Gthers simply Physics.Dr. .
against the mortgage company unless he could prove economic alliances between Bri- and conviction Green a specialist in theoretical
was in collusion with or a subsidiary of the construction tain and the nations presently to the United States nuclear physics is presen
company, and this is hardly likely, or would be difficult "Provision for the issuance of building permits in the outside the Common Market. system it rep- ly manager of the Space Scien
to county, as well as in municipalities; As I see it, the current situa- Laboratory of General Dynami

Pr"The property owner loses his property, and the "Stiffer penalties for notaries of public who put their tion requires some mighty careful statesmen mili Astronautics in San Diego, Ca

holder even though he forecloses, frequently seals on signatures without actually seeing the person sign production planning by our U. S. and scholars have He is an international author
mortgage he,finds that the property is worth only a the paper; farmers until the outlook is clari- is the result of a in work dealing with upper

loses because of what he has paid for his paper. In 'some "Extension of the statute of limitations beyond its fied and we learn whether im- mosphere and space.
fraction portant foreign markets are goingto I
two Science.
holder has found nothing but an empty present years;
the mortgage be to .
cases; with work done at all by the fraudulent- "Requirements to itemize charges (time price differ- open a all available experi- BIRTH DISEASE STUDIED
lot, no entials, etc.) on contracts so the property owner can see on cross- Clues to the nature of a
. struction company. where his VF Publishes cattle throughout congenital disease causing a fo
loses it seems, but the man who did the money is going, rather than the present practiceof
Everybody new publication
using a lump sum figure. Crossbreeding DataOf of dwarfism in children is be
work. from au- studied the University of Fk
"Admittedly, this will bet a hard racket to control oreliminate "Application of laws against usury to contracts that Interest to Florida cattlemen' and interna- Ida under a $46,313 grant ftc
due to the cleverness of the operators and theirabmty use "time price differentials to get around the present is a new book published by the the National-Foundation Mar
the law by thinking up new approaches laws against exhorbitant rates of interest. University of Florida Press, existing breed of of Dimes.
to to circumvent the laws. "Although none of these will prevent all the frauds, "Crossbreeding Beef Cattle". Editors ideally adapted to The research is directed by _
and new angles they will provide lot are three of the university's regions the edi Andrew E. Lorincz
that our present statutes are a more ammunition to law enforce- associate pi
"It is obvious, and, that much can .be don to ment officers than they have at the present time. If they livestock scientists: Dr. T. J. crossbreeding will fessor of pediatrics at the UnivsitJ'a
inadequate Cunha, professor and head of the
and in Florida and
weak the suggestions made at ..lastFriday's save one home out of ten that would otherwise be stolen College of line
Among Department of Animal Science
"until be-
them. ; area or .
., .. by these sharpies, they"will be than
more justified.
h aing"were: : Dr. M. Koger, professor of AnI- in the future Money
: a.bondine of construction companIesand "We" 'are. looking to the 1963 Legislature for prompt mal Science; und Dr.: A.'C. War- stralghtbred cattle but it may not make you
"The licenSing .... ,' 'effective aehonin this field." nick I py makes Berrm teMO.
physiologist In the .
their. sales. representatives.. ; '<.. ,. .. _,.' ,.. Jo.-. ; ',; J F I easier to live with.
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County Ministers-"" Column MM MI M BB Suwannee1.1 j Suwannee DemocratSubscriptions Private CompletesBasic Regional Science Rev.untily Bonnell September will of project this a

activities for the
Fair ScheduledThe gram of youth
:The ; spring and summer.
High !: TrainingArmy Region IV Science Fair will

be held Thursday and Friday
Nancee Bass of McAlpin.
Pastor's MenuMarch National Guard Pvt. Jerry Mar. 7-8 in the old armory across
Corner Here IS a list of new subscriptions daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
and subscriptions renewed to W. Newbem 18, son of Mr. andMrs. from Suwannee High School. Bass won the American Legion

By The 7 through Starch 13 the Suwannee Democrat from .,Jesse L Newbern, Rt. 4, Live High school students from Su oratorical contest with her speech

REV. NELSON B. MELVIN THURSDAYChili February 22 to March 1. Oak recently completed six weeksof wannee. Hamilton Columbia "Our Living Constitution" heM at

Pastor Advent Christian Church & Saltines NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS basic unit armor training at Baker. Union, Bradford. Lafayette the chapel program at Suwannee

Stuffed CeleryStrawberry The Armor Center Fort Knox, Gilchrist, and Dixie Countiesare
L. Jack- .
Thomas Turnage
Mrs. High School Friday.Dr.
WITHOUT EXCUSE into believing that we want to. Topping on Plain expected to participate.The .
Most of us get out of life just but are not able to do the right Cake sonville Ky.Newbern is regularly assigned to Fair will be open to the
about Capt.K. D. Draper N. Y., N. Y. Marshall Wright announced
what we want and we get to thing. We are startled by the Bread Butter Milk the 187th Armor's Company A, an public from 7:30: to 10:30 Thurs-
Junell Strickland Jacksonville he will leave Live Oak
this week
do pretty much what we really Apostle Paul in his letter to the FRIDAY Army National Guard unit in Live day night and Friday morning.
L. W. Hardy. Branford and return to Miami. He said he
want to do. Romans when he said of the unrighteous & Buns Oak where he will complete his .
Some Hamburgers R. H. Smith Jacksonville has sold his business to Dr. Joe
u. folks will want to take "they are without ex Salad military obligation.
Tuna A. W. Gaylard Jr., Palm Valley Davis who will to Live Oak
issue with that conclusion. They cuse". And we may be rightfully Sliced Tomatoes He is a 1962 graduate of Suwannee Card Of Thanks
R. D. Coleman Jr. Jacksonville
will argue that there are circum- disturbed by Jesus' story of the Sliced Onions Mrs. High School. Florence Davis Baker's children April 10.

stances beyond our control that three men the farmer the "horsetrader" Kernel Corn .
Buttered Whole Mrs. Harold Wolfe L. O. wish to express their gratitude to A day honoring Dr. J. M. Priee
us from fulfilling our de- and the newlywed i
sires. make Jello With Mixed Fruit David Hillhouse PalatkaSUBSCRIPTIONS Goff Is Named their many friends and relatives for his nearly 50 years of serviceto
They are always the victimsof with one accord began to Bread Butter Milk
whose thoughtfulness comforts
Suwannee being
County was
circumstances which prevent excuses. We are not so disturbedby MONDAY RENEWED
them from doing what they ought their excuses they were bet- C. Rt. L. O. them in their bereavement. planned here this week by Live
Pork and Gravy Julia Home Best Oak civic leaders of whom
to.Now ter than most of ours as we are Fresh PeasTomatoLettuce C. W. Goff Jr.. Jacksonville SentryPrivate delivered the beloved doc.
were by
because this is partially disturbed because the excuses for Salad Mrs. R. E. Stokes. L. O. No. 1
true this half truth blinds themto not coming to the feast were not Mashed Potatoes W. M. Jernigan, L. O. Lavelle H. Goff of Mc- tor.
Alpin has been named the out- er for the McAlpin and Clayland
another more relevant truth.It accepted they were without ex- Syrup Mrs. J. S. McClellan McAlpinMrs.
standing sentry of the Second Schools will get under way shortly Mrs. Joe Johnson gave a dem-
is true that the created,
we are Rolls Butter Milk Clark L. McCulloch. L. O.
not the Creator and sustainer of cuse.The clear implication of this TUESDAY C. J. McCorvey GainesvilleM. Training Regiment of the U. S. it was revealed at a meeting :. onstration on rug. making in the
Army the commanding officer of of the Suwannee County Board in absence of Mrs. Esther Harper.
life. Therefore, we cannot choose parable is sobering for many who Sloppy JoTurnips N. Tsacrios L. O.
Center in the session here Tuesday.The Suwannee County Home Demon-
the Training
the time, place or circumstancesof attempt to excuse themselves With Roots A/2C William J. Meddlers Infantry
Fort Jackson S. C., announcedlast stration Agent at the Dowling
birth. A young man has little from Christian responsibility.They Peaches With Whipped Topping N. Y., N. Y.
School Park club held last week.
Suwannee High meeting
to say about whether he will come will be refused entrance into Bread Butter Milk J. O. :Mills. Rt.. L. O. week. cage
The selection was based on squad was knocked out of the Mrs. O. B. Fairckrth, president,
to manhood in time of war orr the kingdom of God. WEDNESDAY Glenn Smith. Rt.. L. O.
ce..A young lady cannot chooseto Most ministers I know are Turkey Jo Ella Humphries, Branford military bearing neat appear- Western Division Group A, tour- presided.

grow up in prosperous times weary from the worn out shop Giblet Gravy and Dressing Mrs. Bessie Collins. BranfordC. ance, leadership, knowledge of nament at Mayo Wednesday
night when the Lake City Tigers The First Baptist Church of
1"- she stories tol dthem by people basic military principles moral
nor can select the culture into worn Frozen Lima Beans D. Starling O'Brien
and attention to duty. rolled over them 60-44. Live Oak has just closed a revival
which birth will bring her. who are not doing what God expects Fruit Cup Caroline Aue Rt., L. O.
with Rev. Mann of
.>, It is true that life is so complexly of them. Personally, I have CookiesBread Mrs. S. M. Mapel. L. O. Dewey Perryas
woven in interdependent heard only one new excuse in the Butter Milkof Harry L. Howes Rt., L. O. Hear about the absent-minded The First Baptist Church of preacher-evangelist. Services
I Live Oak has called Rev. Dutton were well attended and good
attendingchurch. who got and strucka a
last for not professor up
relationships that all of us are ten years J. D. Mclnnls, O'Brien
affected by the decisions and actions these facts." Drew Drawdy O'Brien match -to see if he had blown A. Bonnell Jr. as youth director meeting is reported.

of others. We may benefitby One man said he didn't go to God never asks us to do any- George H. Griggs & Son. Ocala out the candle?The Jet Journal 1

the wise decision of a states- church because it was too dan- thing which we cannot do and Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch Miramar California.Va. .

man who may have lived in a pre- gerous. The last time he went to we never need apologize for not Rt., L. O. FRANK HADDON'S

vious generation, or 'we may suffer church he said "the choir mur- doing something that He has not Mrs. Nannie Ez ll, L. O. .
dered the anthem the organist required of us. If on the other NC 95
disfigurement from the reck-
Nolan Wilkes., L..O. J. O. Hill L. O.
less action of a drunken driver drowned the choir, and they hada hand we know what He wantsus Carbie Ellis. Rt. L. O. A. W. Ross Jr., Rt., L. O. Order From
whom we have never known. Beyond big gun in the pulpit". This excuse to do, and we fail to do it. Calvin C. Wilson. Jacksonville Annie Chapman. Dundee

this our family teachers doesn't make much sense but ,' nothing we can say will change Mrs George Shelter, Lake City Mrs. Jim Cordes. Connersville, TEXACO SERVICE STATION
friends and fellow workers affect it is refreshingly different. that we are without excuse. '
Roy Hunter, L. O. Ind.J. .
Someone has defined The truth of the whole matteris BEST TOBACCO PLANTSSouth
life frequently and profoundly.This an excuseas Reece Brown. L. O. B. Mills Mount Dora
truth tends to blind us to the skin of a reason stuffed that while there are circum- G. B. Lord, L. O. Billy Boatright. Midland, Mich. Ohio Ave.

another factor. The factor of with a lie. A friend of mine in the stances beyond our control we Ernest Holmes Rt., L. O. Mrs. W. D. Hawthorne Jacksonville ;- LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

choice. We frequently confuse insurance office was interruptedby have the power of choice in the Walter E. Roberts. O'BrienR. Day Phone Night Phone

1what we ought to do and what we his superior as he started to midst of circumstances. We can H. Smith. JacksonvilleM. J. H. Hogan McAlpin

meant to do. While all of us find it offer an excuse for not completing not choose the kind of parents we M. Bradow; O'Brien Frank Collins, O'Brien I 362-2594 362-2963

Difficult at times to do what we an assignment which the boss have, but we can choose what LCDR L. R. Ledbetter Bayside, Samuel E. Kent Branford
ought to, most of us find it pos- had requested. "Bill", he said "I kind of children we will be.A man

r Bible much of the time to do whatwe asked you to do this job didn'tI has no voice as to whether or not

want to. We find ways to do ?" "Yes" my friend answered."It he must bear a physical affliction.

something we really like to do. We isn't done is it?" he continued. but he does decide how he will

make excuses for not doing whatwe Once again the reply was "No live with it. Louis Braille blinded -

ought to do. but ","No buts" said the boss, when a boy through the systemof ..- ..: .
We excuse ourselves so easily. "nothing you can say and no excuse raised dots which bears his .

We deceive ourselves and others you can give will alter either named made it possible for thou- .
sands of blind people to read with -

their fingertips. Fanny Crosby. -, \ .
blind to the beauties of this 'Y'

FREE age through her thousand or

24-HOUR more hymns let others see the ySR _
OXYGEN EQUIPPED glory of the age to come. Sickly
Robert Louis Stevenson has en- ..7 "-,
Ambulance Service riched the lives of millions of 'L. .b Sk wc I

children through his stories. He ., ,
.J:;: '
,.:. "roi coV a Phone 3623333JAMES didn't choose to be sick, but he :

chose to write stories even thoughhe .... .-
was sick.
tc We find time, ways and moneyto .
do most of the things we wantto

do, but do we want to enough? 'I

B. DANIELSFUNERAL .. ::. .> Our problem is not so much that 1

HOMEEast of making excuses as it is making aIe1ess' J

Howard St. choices and the problem of mak-
ing choices ends in making the

choice Christ. 1
J. B. DANIELS, L.F.D. sw: ': .
He stands before us and we
S. C. BASS, JR. S F must choose. We will either 1"

BMERT POTEET choose Him or excuse ourselves.We .

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: . .Archbishop Protests TAE BAliY FAMILY BY LLOYD__ Seaboard Forestry -.- ----

Skyscrapers Rise Above Opposition CAN NEVER FW?A PAPERCLIP To

Sprout From Caracas To Hong v Kong v: Local Civic ClubsRobert

The'skyscraper has been elevated ; Montparnasse railroad station.

to an international status symboL They say it will spoil vistas in the N. Hoskins. general for-

'Prom Caracas to Hong Kong open expansive city.A estry agent. Seaboard Air Line ;

no metropolis worthy of the name Swedish writer bitterly said Railroad Company. Richmond
dares do Va.. will be the principal speakerat
without at least
of Stockholm's skyscrapers: "I 8AR ,
tall the regular luncheon meetingsof
i have never seen such ravage in
1 the Live Oak Lions
Rotary. ,
But like hot dogs and supermarkets this city."
and Kiwanis Clubs during Mar. .
,mixed American skyscrapersmeet But in Rotterdam, Holland, the OTHER OR 11. 12, and 13. His subject will be ', //111 jUt
a reception abroad, many modern buildings rose witha SUITABLE ? "Partners In Conservation". INVESTMENT 4-H

the, National Geographic Society minimum of controversy be- BASE These meetings are three of a 1 15 AM INVESTMENT IM600D .
says. They are both loved and
loathed. cause they occupied sites laid flat series planned in connection with CITIZENSHIP

by World War n bombs. the field forestry meeting sche-
Steel-and-glass towers are ris-
Bulling Milan welcomes sky- duled for the Live Oak area on
ing all over London: stimulatingan
scrapers. Called the New York of Thursday April 11.
inevitable spate of indignant Italy Milan is a commercial, fi- World O/ Total Darkness Hoskins is a graduate of the.
letters to The Times. The Arch-
nancial and industrial center. School of Forestry of Iowa State
bishop of Canterbury himself was Skyscrapers ring the Piazza del University having received his BS t f t R .R RQ
moved to protest a planned 27- British Explorer Ship Discovers
Duomo, overshadowing the mas- Degree in Forestry in 1939. He
story structure. The prelate am- ;00.
sive Milan Cathedral.The was with the Florida Forest Ser- "
ong others feared the building QO
would overshadow St. Paul's CathedraL pride of Milan is the 31- Record, 7-Mile Depth In OceanAt vice in the early 1940s. He holdsan

; story Pirelli Building a graceful honorary state farmer degree

j British traditionalists reserve flattened hexagon. It is supported the end of an echo more than seven miles down, from the Florida Association of Some 2,000 Allied planes raided Berlin March 8, 19<<. The U.S. 1st

most of their wrath for a new 30- by only six large "tree col- British sea surveyors have found a new deepest deep for Future Farmers and the National Army crossed the Rhine River, March 8, 19-15.

story hotel. They fear that impertinent umns", which permit open inter- all the world's oceans. American Farmer Degree. The Monitor-Merrimac naval battle took place, March 9, 186!.

guests will be able to ior space and tapered end walls. H.- I.S. Cook, exploring a vast undersea canyon east He is a past recipient of Merit March 9 is the anniversary of the establishment of the U.S. Civil Service .
Even conservative Spain accepts Awards from the American For- Commission. First commissioners took office ifl 1883.
down into
peer the sacrosanct of the Philippines with echo-sounding equipment, hit bot-
skyscrapers. The 37-story Towerof I estry Association the American made capital of New York March Alexander
private gardens of Buckingham torn at 37mz feet, Ute British Admiralty Vocational Albany was 10,1797.
Palace. Madrid, a showplace combines has confirmed to the Na- Association, and Iowa Graham Bell first used the telephone, March 10, 1876.

Cathedral Backcloth under one roof 14 floors of office Colored Children tional Geographic Society. The State University.He The introduction of machinery into cigar manufacturing brought

In Manchester England, two space, 125 apartments, a vast discovery was made on Novem- is also coauthor of a text- labor riots to Madrid Spain, March 11, 1885. President F. D. Roose-..

20-story office blocks will tower garage a theater, a bank a restaurant Urged To Register ber 6, 1962. book "Forestry In The South" velt signed the Lend-Lease Bill, March 11, 1941.

over a 15th-century cathedral. and a dozen shops. Pre-school registration for The "Cook used in many southern schools.He Congress established the UJ5. Post Office, March 12, 1789. Mrs.,
Depth" is more than has served '
The architects maintain that the children entering school for the on numerous com- Juliette Low formed the Girl Scouts of America, March 12, 191%.
Forest Of Skyscrapers 1,500 feet deeper than the
previous state, regional and
modern structures will form a South America has been recep- first grade win be held at Douglass record depth reported in 1959 in national Alexander n, Czar of Russia, was assassinated, March 13, 1881.
pleasing "backcloth" for the English tive to skyscrapers for years, developing High School Friday Prin- by the Soviet research ship Vityaz Standard time was generally adopted in the United States, March 13,
said Wednes
Gothic edifice. cipal J. L. Bevels 1884.:
an individual Latin stylein in the Pacific Ocean's Mari- Countries that have the Russian --
Across the Channel Paris until tall buildings. A forest of day.Bevels ana Trench. bear for neighbor are always Authorization to employ women in Federal offices was granted
recently adhered loosely to the skyscrapers built on coffee and said a county health afraid March 14, ISfri. President McKinley signed the act setting gold dollar
Twenty Times Grand something new is bruin.-
medieval tradition that no build- manufacturing fortunes domi- doctor would be on hand Fridayat Canyon as unit of value March 14,1900.MISCELLANEOUS .
the high school to examinethe The Cook Depth lies in the Wall Street Journal.LITTLE .
ing should be higher than the nates the skyline of Sao Paulo
children. All children eligi- Philippine Trench, one of several
principal church. But tall slabs
Brazil. It has more than 1,000
ble must be six years old on or steep-walled furrows that gash
are beginning to poke above the M/iy
buildings over 10 stores high the
historic rooftops of Paris. Parisi- before Jan. 1, 1964 and birth the Pacific sea floor. AIf

ans, are especially dubious abouta National Twin 30-story Geographic towers Society of the says.Simon certificates must be produced to The Philippine Trench is 20 I V rjii j OPA I

proposed 50-story building that i Bolivar Center in Caracasare prove age, he said. times bigger than the Grand CA1lIfl

would stand on the site of the' the commercial and social In addition, all children mustbe or Canyon. The lowest part of the &::.. .......::. ill 1
accompanied by a parent -- -
V bottom lies
center of the Venezuelan capital narrow more thana -
An guardian so proper informa- mile deeper than Mount Everestis .
open-air plaza and terraces Bevels 0 FOR SALE
LOW INTEREST between the two skyscrapers offera tion can be acquired high. A penny tossed from a ADS .

LONG TERMFederal dramatic setting for fiestas and concluded. ship before would reaching fall for bottom.several hours BIG RESULTS VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP. FOR SALE All sizes of tarpaulins -

the traditional nightly prome- BUY-SELL EXCHANGE Machine machlneless, and cold guaranteed not to leak.
Here Is a world of total dark-
Land nade.
County 4H'ersShow ness, near-freezing temperatures, Whatever the purpose you will wave permanent given. Ope- Ottfcs Brown Motors. Oft tf
Bank Loans Overcrowded Hong Kong is find Democrat classifieds do rators-Annie H. Mills, Mary
building tall apartment -buildingsand and pressures as high as 900 tons the job, quickly and welL Drew Boatright Myrtice Croft FOR SALE-New and used plan

CONTACT bulky "resettlement blocks" LivestockThree per square foot. A fraction of that - and Frances Johnson. Phone os. Frier Music Co.. North Ohlc

swathed in bamboo scaffold- pressure would be enough to crusha 362-1831. tf Ave.. Live Oak 362-2188.
block of wood to half size.
LOCAL OFFICE ing at a dizzy rate. Skyscrapersserve Suwannee County 4H'ersentered cge tf
as headquarters for many animals in the State 4-H Incredible as it may seem, how- 5:00 PJVL-Tuesdays Douglass High School parents and

Telephone banks insurance companies, and Dairy Show held in Orlando ever, life not only exists but patrons are urged to join their FOR SALE 1956 Liberty house
362-1525 shipping firms. Feb. 25.Travis. thrives at the lowest depths. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS I P-TA now. We need your help. trailer. 8 x 46 ft. 2 bedrooms

The only oriental-style struc- Boatright showed his Though probably barren of ZYz cents word with Call J. L. Bevell, principal, 362- full bath, $1860. I. W. Gaylord

ture visible on the port's skyline Holstein Heifer Calf which was plant life which requires light minimum if per 75l. a 1192. cge tf 3 miles north of O'Brien on US
canyon floors support bacteria, 129. pge 43
She received a
first in her class.
v.-------- -I'1'1'1.' ..----- ------- .. Septic tank and drain field
sea anemones, mollusks, and min- (All classifieds mutt be paidin
blue ribbon and was also judged cleaning. FOR SALE Spinet piano wal-
ute crustaceans. Scientists believe advance.; Suwannee Madison

", Reserve Champion Grade Hol- giant, deep-sea squid may also and Hamilton Counties. Call J. nut finish. Clayland Baptist

FINAL CLEARANCE stein. live there_ sustaining themselves I ONE WEEK FREE W. Darby, 792-4631 Jasper after Church will accept bids until
Foster showed his 3-
on food that floats down. Classifieds ordered for four 6 p.m. pcjj 42-45 Mar. 15. Mail bids to Hugh

year-old grade Jersey which was ,Jacques,Piccard, of the famous weeks, run the last week free. Nash, Church Clerk, Rt. 5, Live
first in her class and received a -> .
Oak. ..
Swiss family of scientists, wrotein $2.25 will pay for a 30 word FOR RENT .. : p K 43
advertisement for four week
the August 1960 National 9 HP ALL GEAR drive
Douglas Tucker showed his economy
Use Suwannee Democrat Class-
junior yearling Holstein Heifer Geographic that he observed a ifieds for Proven Results. FOR RENT Downstairs front tractors. The finest for farm

which was placed third in her shrimp and foot-long solelike fish apartment. Very comfortable, and garden. Three models to
scuttling along at a depth of 35- choose from. Attachments for
class and received a red ribbon. convenient location. Call 362-
800, feet. His dive of almost For Sale-Real Estate
The judging team composed of seven 2208. cge tf all uses. Priced far below anr-

Bill Cannon, Richard Foster Dan- miles in the Mariana Trench off 1. New block and stucco two bed- thing in its class. 905 Fifth
Guam is the deepest descent by FOR RENT Two furnished Street Phone
ny Johnson, and Douglas Tucker room house, large lots; 3623051.pbee
placed 13th in the competition.At man to date. 2. New frame asbestos siding apartments. Call 362-2319 or 43-46

the North Florida Livestock The Pacific Ocean has most of three bedroom, two large lots; 362-2935. cge tf
the world's deepest FOR SALE Registered Angus
and Sale held in Madisonon canyons: the asbestos aiding
Show 3. New frame house -
Philippine and Mariana Trenches FOR RENT Furnished apartment bulls. Also horses for sale. Call
Feb. 25 and 26, Kiah Eubanksand four bedrooms, two large
: Japan Trench, 34,000 feet private bath, private 362-2788. cge tf
Sid Allen showed Angus lots. Phone 362-2368, C. M. Mc-
Kermadec-Tonga Trench north of front and back entrance, con-
steers which received blue ribbons Granahan, Evelyn, Ave. '
$5.00 New Zealand, 35,500 feet veniently located. Call 362-
Dresses and the
and placed third in their classes.At Kuril-Kamchatka Trench, 34,000 pcae 42-45 2742. cge tf 0 WANTED
the sale on Tuesday night
Kiah's steer was bought by the feet. The Javal Trench is in the 1. 120 acres 4 miles south of Live FOR RENT Furnished apart- WANTED A Christian lady or

Commercial Bank of Live Oak Indian Ocean, the Puerto Rico Oak on Highway 129. Nice 3 ment, with one or two bed- couple to share my home for

and Sid's steer was purchased by and South Sandwich Trenches in bedroom home 169 pecan trees. rooms. Private entrances no companionship. Mrs. J. C. Free-

the Cattlemen-Farmer Livestock the Atlantic. Priced to sell. small children. Phone 362- man 723 Brown St., Live Oak.

Values To $29.95 Market of Probed Since War IISince 2.5 acre homesite 4 miles SW of 2441. 608 W. Duval St. cge tf Phone 362-3291. cge tf
World War II, many pre- Live Oak on paved highway.

viously unkonwn deep-sea bottoms Good terms. FOR RENT Unfurnished two WANTED Room additions, remodel -

a graceful pagoda rising froman have been charted by the 3. 80 acres 6 miles NE of Live bedroom house wired for elec- carports, driveway home

amusement park. United States Navy the Coast Oak. Creek and small lake. $75 tric stove, has hot water heater. repair of any kind. Or we will

'ALL SALES FINAL and Geodetic Survey the Woods per acre.Suwannee Also has garden space. build your home on your lot.
Hole Oceanographic Institution, Valley Realty, WinstonJ. Phone 3622565. pbbe 40-43 No money down. Write or call

LAND CLEARINGBULLDOZINGDISCING the Scripps Institution of Ocean- Rogers, Realtor. P. O. Box 217. Tom McDaniel, P. O. Box 343,
ography, and the National Geo- Phone 362-2630. cafe 43 FOR RENT Two bedroom unfurnished Lake City. Phone 752-3102.

graphic Society. All appear on house on Jasper pbdi 40-43
Small or Large Areas maps produced by the Society. FOR, SALE Three bedroom Highway. Call 362-1515.

CALL The new Cook Deep is joining brick home tile bath, carport paej 42-43 e WORK WANTED
them. natural gas heating, hot water
H. TURNER Still, despite stepped-up studies heater. Cable TV. 304 MarthaSt. FOR RENT Furnished bedrooms -

in oceanography man knows less ., Sherwood Forest. Call 776- spacious and comfort- INCOME TAX RETURNS
Night 963-2751 able. Gas heaters and runninghot
about many regions of the ocean 2505. pbbe 43-47 Long Form (1040) $4.00
Day 963-2373 than he does about
the moon's Farmers Form $4.00Brown's
writeP. FOR SALE -Two bedroom block Phone 362-2113. pge 43
or surface.
Bookkeeping Service
house in Pinewood SubDivision. -
O. Box 475 Oceanographers compare their Low monthly payments and FOR RENT Furnished two Office 6 miles west

WELLBORN, FLORIDAWard's knowledge of the sea to what small equity. Contact Joe Brin- bedroom house.. Gas cookingand Nobles Ferry Road
might be known about say New pcjj 41-44
son. nc tf heating. Gas not furnished. -
Jersey if one lowered a dredge .Apply Houck's Cafe. 2 blocks
from the clouds and snared a field west hospitaL Call 362-2587.
mouse, some beetles a caterpillar, SALESMAN WANTEDWilson
a stone, and some grass. pbbe 42-45 Help! Help! Help!

Enterprises Inc. Auto Parts needs hard FOR RENT Six room furnished -
working outside salesmen. Ter- house. Call 362-1074. cge tf 0 Something To Sell?

WERIPTIONS ritories in South Georgia and
FOR RENT Two apartments, O Looking For Something
RT. 4, BOX 284-A North Florida. For information $35 and $40 monthly. Conveni-
write Box 655, Live Oak before 6 I May Be Able To Help You!
Office Phone 776-2191
Repair Shop Phone 776-2181 Mar. 10. ccjj 40-43 ently located. Adults only. Call
362-2527. caej 43-44 O No Obligation

FOR RENT Downstairs apartment Anything! Any Time! Any Where

Comfortably furnished good lo- SMITH ENTERPRISESP.

HAVE; OPENINGS FOR cation. Call 362-1295 or 362- O. Box 216, Mayo, Fix
CASH MARKET FOR SHELLED CORN 2164. cge tf pfjj 40-43

PRODUCE LUSH PASTURES BY LETTING US APPLY Five room unfurnished house for :


Oli YOUR PASTURE. UP TO $50.00 PER WEEK 2744, Mrs. C. G. Travis. 724''
Brown St. cge tf WANTED Women to work soda

PROTECT YOUR PART TIME FOR INTER- fountain and curb. Apply in

Phone 7762181FOR FAMILY'S HEALTHWith person. A & W Drive In. cge tf
I VIEW WRITE P. 0. BOX Motor Rewinding :
A Regular
chjj 42-45 and
f Repairs Rewinding
ON ALL YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT And If He Should Prescribe .
Remember Our Any Kind Electric Motor
Also Sales and Service FARMERS: It takes money to


o SERVICE SEAFOODS UeCnllen Electric Motor Repair tive PCA for a farmerplannedloan.

SPRAYERS FARM TRAILERS Mack's Fish MarketPine Telephone Day 362-3278 Terms up to 7 years. See
I North Florida
HUNTER Night 362-3326 Production Credit -
Ave Association, S. Ohio Ave.,
217 B. Howard St.
CULTIVATORS AND COULTERS REXALL DRUGSJOHN Freshness Phone and 362-1650 Quality Assured Hunter Bros. Building 362-2588 Live Oak, Florida.tdij 41-44

BIDS Pharmacist 1'1' !: : call U
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FFA To Elector Branford PersonalsMn I Welfare Workers Receive Service Atcards -. .r

rf1 <:' x
_ New Sweetheart : and Mrs. W. A. Wilkenwa of Brunswick Ga., spent the week

and daughters. Donna and Susie. end here visiting their parents,
.4p e annual FFA Sweetheart the Buis Jonases and Edgar Wilk- 0"&F'
; Contest will be held Monday"night ersons. ft'

Mar. 11 hi the high school gym at Par nt-Teachers Set "':" ;: ,
8 o'clock. When the time comes to Mr. and Mrs. Elton Jonas and \",, .,
Election by the FFA boys will replace a worn-out kitchen Thursday Night MeetThe daughters Gina and Crystal of '( "- \! "' #

be by secret ballot. Admission sink wise homemakerstake regular monthly meeting of Valdosta Ga., were overnight
will be 10 advantage of the opportunity the Branford P-TA will be held guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buts Jonas
cents for students and
4' to rearrange Saturday night.M. .
20 cents for adults.Participants kitchen facilities for great. tonight (Thursday), at 7:30 in
the school cafeteria. D. Sullivan and daughter
will be Linda Hudson er convenience and beauty. _
Due to school holidays. Mar. Mrs. R. M. Chandler spent the
Belinda Lawson. Barbara If your plan is to replace
d 14-15 this meeting was set up a week end in Umatilla with Mrs. .vt Sr
Crisp Linda Bailey. Marvynelle cabinets at the same time
C. P. Goodson and Di-
week. daughter.
Odom Sandra McInnis, Gloria consider the above arrangement -
The will be presentedby anna. Returning home with them >
Slocum LoyselleHatch., and Lo- which locates program '. .'
rice Suggs. sink in corner space be- the Future Homemakers of Monday was Mrs. Sullivan who

Fine entertainment will ,be neath windows. America. They will tell the pur- has been in Umatilla for the past >...,"
This"different"arrangement pose of F.H.A. and present their two weeks under the treatmentof ,,>, Mt.r a
furnished by these girls, and everyone ., sws )
helps to make kitchen candidate for state office Miss her dactor. .
is invited to attend.
interesting and also __.: Linda Faye Watson.A Mr. and, Mrs. Billie Goodson : ",,' .
Some of the former FFA Sweet- not
: gives advantage of handy storage Of course windows are necessary style show will be presentedby and son Charlie of Eustis spent I'
hearts have been Faye Sanchez, sink. It also eliminates for this arrangement but Y a .
:. space back of these girls. Everyone is urgedto the week end here visiting Mrs.Croodson's : t .
Nan Shir- i "* ;::
Williams, Ester Jones, some "wasted" space. The are recommended since the house- attend this meeting. parents Mr. and Mrs.L. "
ley Williams, Laura Ruth Jones, sink takes up actual corner space wife spends so much of her kitchen D. O'Steen.Mr. .

Belinda Lawson, Georgia Jean allowing for cabinets on either time with sink duties. It's a and Mrs. C. H. Brooks were The four ladies pictured above holding certificates received
Avery Suzanne Murray, Betty side. Usually wall adjoining cab- Mrs. Fletcher Honored
Faith Cornett and Judy Avery. inet must be left "free" to permit pleasant relief to pause for a moment recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. these awards Wednesday, Feb. 27, ,for 25 years of service to the
observe the activities out- With Stork Shower Clyde Hall and Mr. and Mrs.I
opening and closing of cabinet to State Department of Welfare in the Suwannee County area. They
Johnie Hall and families in Lar-
doors. doors. Mrs. Charles M. Fletcher was
Methodist Women's honored with a stork shower at' go, and Mrs. Fannie Cason .in are Miss Wynn Tuten Sirs. Frances Hopkins Sirs. Lurleae Johnson -

the home of Mrs. Katie Walkeron Tampa.Mr. and Mrs. Veta Duffel. Airs. Van H. Priest (far right) fa
Society Holds Meet Fidelis, Golden Circles Miss Jones Named the Mayo Road, Saturday and Mrs. B. A. Edwards of
chairman of the District Welfare Board. She has served la this
The Womens Society of the
2.Games. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.
Meet For WeekThe Sister In Tri-Delt \
Methodist: Church held its regular Prayer were played and a door Bob Bell Sunday afternoon. voluntary capacity for 21 years.
monthly meeting Thursday night Fidelis and Golden Circles Miss Hilda Jones of Branfordwas

Feb. 28 at the home of Mrs. Lula Sunday School Class combined recently initiated into Delta Mrs.prize Louise was given.Cranford Winners Mrs. were Inez ::::..: ..:"': .,:: ::: i t tt:; :::::::r;f i)r:?tm;:r l(:: ::.:'.::,' .:.:': '.:::.,::);f:.:::.,:'::,?),.;:j'.;:; 2 : ; :
Mae Allen. with the Week of Prayer met at Delta Delta Sorority at Florida
Mrs. Leota and :
Adams Fletcher
After the business meeting. Mrs. the home of Mrs. R. G. Griffith State University. She was voted ; ,
Mrs. Leona Gunter.A :
Doris Ware program presented on "Missions"a very informative -. Monday teen members night present.Mar. 4. with six- the pledge most class.outstanding girl in her bassinet held the many lovely men f J :line Cfolzd t1iillr7l."fS ;

received the honoree.
gifts by
The theme of the program cen- The theme for the Week of Miss Jones is the daughter of refreshment table .
tered around "What It Means As Prayer is "If My People Pray". Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones. was cov- ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST HIGHLY RESPECTED PRODUCERS *'.
ered with a white lace cloth. .
Mrs. Leona Gunter had charge of M .
Parents For Children To Go Into
Cake and punch was served to the OF CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES FOR MEN t
Full-Time Christian Work". the program for Monday night Magnolia BaptistTo .
Following the program a social entitled "Witness Unto All Na- twenty-five guests. WILL CONDUCT A TRUNK SHOWING OF THEIR ENTIRE UNE
Hostesses for the occasion
hour Mrs. Allen tions". 'Sing'Rev. t
was enjoyed. IN OUR STORE.
:Mrs. Katie Walker Mrs. Jack
served refreshments of cherry Those helping Mrs. Gunter with N. L. Martin pastor at :
Hurst and Miss Kay Walker.
a pie with whipped cream, cake the program were Mrs. Allen Magnolia Baptist Church, five .
.J nuts, mints, coffee, and tea to Price Miss Fannie Duncan Mrs. miles south of Branford on Rd. TUESDAY MARCH 12th
the following: Mrs. Pat Godwin Lewis Bell, Mrs. Fred Jones, Mrs.A. 129, announced a sing will be Birth Announcement .
] Mrs. Wilson Suggs, Mrs. Patti O. Dorsett and Mrs. Glen Mur- held Sunday March 10 startingat :Mr. and Mrs. Cregg Moses announce :: PAUL SMITH itr ,

Priest Mrs. O. Z. Jones, Mrs. ray.At 2:30 pjn. at the church. Singers the birth of a daughter ,
Marion Parker Mrs. Frances the close of the meeting and visitors are invited to at- Monday Mar. 4 in the Suwannee

Ross Mrs. Ouida Fletcher Mrs. doughnuts coffee and juice was tend. County Hospital. NOTED STYLE AUTHORITY FROM THE HOUSE WILL BE HERE

1 Doris Ware Mrs. Drake Mrs. served to those present. I The baby has been named Lori TO GIVE YOU PROFESSIONAL ADVICE
I Bob Bell and a former memberof (School Supplies at McCrimon's) Gayle. i;
the society Mrs. Butler. (Office Supplies at McCrimon's) AND TAKE SCIENTIFIC MEASUREMENTS



R Summer Tourism 1
Industry Payrolls SHARPIESAuction

Spark Strong Year-Round EconomyBusiness J

t i;:j.t ;." :rYe activity in Florida West Palm Beach 11 per cent; ::::: 1 1j ml11Httmr::: ;:}11ttllimJgra' ::i : :.\>.. "> ';';W/ *" .

during last year's winter monthswas Key West 12 per cent; and Fort .
... ... .....- II -I" .
7.7 per cent above summer Lauderdale 14 per cent.
month activity the Florida State If business in both winter and

Chamber of Commerce said yesterday summer moves forward, a small

variation is good and usually indicates -
1r Five years ago the winter-sum- an increase in summer Dollar
1 mer variation was 8.8 per cent.A business. However a small varia-
stronger year-round economyhas tion could also result from a slow
been developing: in Florida in winter and average ,summer
recent" ,years principally becauseof This was not the case in 1962
t. increased summer tourism. when winter business gained 6.7 AND ADDING MACHINE

'I ; Manufacturing payrolls have also per cent and summer 7.6 per cent
; ,
K+P helped stabilize the economy. over 1961. Both gains were the RIBBONS

Daytona Beach,and Jacksonvillehad largest since 1959. t.,. ,
a 4 per cent variation in I Figures on seasonal variationsof ..
... favor of winter; Orlando 6 per! business, based on bank debits Regular Price $1.25 1

cent; Lakeland 8 per cent; Tam- volume are available for a dozen .' :
pa and Greater Miami per cent; Florida cities. Gainesville was the Only 88c

a Saint Petersburg 10 per cent; only city to show winter business
1 FISH WATCHING Peering Into his aquarium, 14-year-old slightly under summer activity.In .
John Gore watches his unusual fish buddies get along. John put a Pensacola, winter showed a '
young "bullhead" fish (too small for the frying pan) in with his la one per cent edge over summer. ,r. SHEAFFER CARTRIDGE PENS ,
goldfish, and it's working out. 1 l''

Lii L".............................(. Reg. $1.49 '
SEE ME IN 63 FOR ALL YOUR oMMfl" : FOR YOUR : Only $ .75 -


) 7",Gld : TREE REMOVAL 'L : Reg. $2.98 ... .

Indiana: I remember when I

Make All Aluminum Screens To OrderSupply was a boy in the beautiful hills of
Kentucky in years gone by. We .
raised all of our food as we could FloodConstruction BURROUGHS
not go to the store and buy it as
Langford Builders folks do today. Co. ELECTRIC ADDER & SUBTRACTORReg.

We never had any oranges or
I East Uelvenston Street Phone 363-2873 bananas except at Christmas : 362-2101 :
when Santa brought them. We :..a..........................i I
would hang our socks up on Christ
mas Eve and go to bed early, for Only $159.00

I this was the only. way Santa would
I had to walk to school (called "
AND MOST EFFECTIVE CONTROLOF Slate Branch) and went with chil : -'. ,

WIRE WORMS dren of two other families, An- 3WAYS :
dersons and Walkers. '
I remember. during the winter\ i Sr i, PORTABLE TYPEWRITER -t
1 POPULAR DEMAND HAS PUT how daddy would kill hogs to< :-- :;;

INSTANT VIGOROA was make wasted.our meat Mother and took lard.the Nothing parts : ON With Carrying Case .}.*

Complete Plant Food, Back On The Market. some might consider waste and Reg. $68.00 .
4 Use It On Plant Beds Or In Transplanting Water. used them to make all of the soap Travelers Automobile ; ;
we needed. Insurance :
j $50.00
Only '
PRODUCE CO. We had our own milk cow and w';v .
MIZELL 1. New Low Rates. .
consequently plenty of milk. Work'' "' Ji> '
2. Safe Driver Barings. .J, ,- < Plus Tax f ,> .
-- was cheap when you could get it. 3. Local Agent Service. : _-
-40 to 50 cents a day and you .- ,
SEE.. ,.o. '{ -. '-
went home for dinner. We would' : .
get one pair of shoes a year
called brogans. Arlie K. Townsend "
When you became sick, neighbors -' InsuranceWilbur : _,- FILING CABINETS' .

suffer from 1 would plow your fields and) 1. ; -
why 4i take care of your crops and stock: St. Phone 362.110.1Yes Reg. $69.95 '
until you were well again.


SIX -,.
Bad Humor ? I am back at Grantham's Chevrolet Co. New :, v COLE STEELTYPEWRITER : ': >
and Used car lot and Sales room and we have all .T ''

Get New LOW COSTAMERICANta makes of Chevrolets and Olds, several models of DESK -I': '.
Reg. $13.95 1 : ; ..
new trucks and I am here working on Commission --1 715' "
ard '': ';; / -
staying busy. So if you need new or used transpor- Only $10.00 ,_

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tation come to see me. I will give you an honest :.. .. .
Whole House Heating and CoolingFor :.; -

deal and will try my best to meet your needs. McCRIMON'S r

free edfmofeFRIER ed Yours truly


MUSIC CO. ; Rev. Tom W. Allen 108- -* E. ..Howard- Street Phone 362-2171 .

PHONE '362-2188, .' .- '.".

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ILj j <<'" News From Branford Scout Committee Buccaneer Track Squad Seen Up For '63 Season 'I

% Hosts Council MeetThe .... ...
3* Branford Area Scout The Buccaneers will open their Conference champion and state Allen Gerald Barrs, Gerald Ha.-

1 : .Committee was host for a meeting track season on Friday, Mar. 29 champ In the mile race. gin. J. D. Fletcher, Ernest Kelly

[ i BY: MRS. LOIS WILLIAMS of the North Florida Coun- with visiting Lake Butler in Gone from last year's squad is Luther Koon, Johnny Flssell anc5

.- cil, Boy Scouts of America, Branford.The Suwannee Conference record a host of fresh new prospects dten'1ined
rest of the schedule Includes holder Jerry Slocum In the broad to break a few of Bran
Thursday night, Feb. 28.
r Buccaneers Bow Hag;"', Kilpatrick Branford Parents Among those present were Trenton on April 2, Mayoon Jump, and Bobby Wilson In the ford's old records.
Re- Track free of
April 5, Suwannee Valley low hurdles. meets are char:
< Les Easterling, from the Jack-
To Philpot Lead ScoringThe sonville office, and A. J. Cory, lays on April 12, Suwannee COn- Boys returning from last year'ssquad and open to the public. The Future

Havana 47-28 Buccaneers' top scorer Conduct Teacher Suwannee River District Chair- ference Meet on- April 17, Lake to comprise this season's Homemakers of America w.:.

for any one- game ibis year was man of Boy Scouts of America, Butler on April 23, and Chiefland team are Philpot, Stapelton, Billy provide and operate a concessia:; :

; In District Meet Gerald Harm with 26 points. from Lake City. on April 26. Collins. Charles Kilpatrick. David stand at all meets.

; Don Philpot connected for 20 Appreciation DayParents Plans for the Itchtucknee All track meets will begin at

The Branford High School points in one contest and Camporee and a Suwannee River 7:30 p.m. with the exception of
in Branlora showedthe the Suwannee Conference Meet
f: Buccaneers Charles Kilpatrick's output fora raft race were discussed.
were overcome teachers in Branford School which will be held all day Wed-
at 19
single match peaked The Camporee is to be held the a flashy Havana points. Kilpatrick however, was how much they appreciate the latter part of March. nesday, April. 17.

team last week in the quarter the leading scorer for the Bucs. fine work they do in our schoolby Returning to the track team

: I finals of the Class C, with a 10 point per game aver- holding Teacher Appreciation roster this year will be two stars

{1 Group III tourney in Mayo. age. Hagin was a close second Day Friday, Mar. 1. Joe E. Fletcher, who were Suwannee Conference
volunteered to in champs last season. Don G. Phil-
The Bucs claimed an early lead with 9.8 points per game. Parents come
I and maintained it throughout Kelly hit for 8.4 points per and relieve the teachers of one Funeral Services pot was master of the 880 yard

most of the first half. As the half game followed by Philpot's 8.3 period during the day. During dash and went undefeated until

I ended, however, the two teams average. Billy Collins scored 4.6 that leisure hour the teacher Funeral services for Joe -E. the state finals.
were deadlocked In a 14-14 tie. per match while Gary Lee could do as she or he wished and held David Stapelton was Suwannee
(Pete) Fletcher, 28, were
I In the second half Havana placed sixth in team scoring during the free hours the teachers Bethel
Sunday at 3 p.m. from the
turned the steam and showed were served refreshments.The .
on with 3.9
a average. Otis
Church with the Rev
Baptist Methodist
: the fans why their troup had a Graduation will claim four refreshment table was cov- Owens officiating. Interment was I Society

fine season's record. The Havana players this year. They are+ Don ered with a pink linen cloth. At in the family plot in New Walker' Discusses fission'-

ii .five hit 13 of 17 attempts from Philpot, Billy Collins, David one end of the table was a white .
n Creek Cemetery.Mr.
f the floor for a smashing 76 per Stapelton, and Charles Kilpat- floral arrangement and at the Fletcher Fri- The regular monthly meeting of
t cent other end was a silver service passed away the Methodist Christian Society $L11
K' average. day, Mar. 1 in Lake City hos-
rick.Juniors a
s Branford connected on 7 of 19 returning for the from which coffee was poured. met Thursday night, Feb. 28 at
pital after brief illness. He wasa
Homemade cookies and Cokes a the home of Mrs. Lula Mae Allen -
attempts from the floor for 37 per 1963-64 season will be Gerald lifelong resident of Lafayette
cent. The Bucs shot a 29 per cent Hagin, Ernest Kelly Cary Lee, were also served. The parents en- County. with twelve members present. P >

average during the first half.Havana's and Gary Lee. Wayne Smith, a joyed having this opportunity to Survivors include his mother, After a short business meetinga [
show teachers and school workers program was given by Mrs. W.
defensive game was sophomore, will also help spark _
Mrs. Jean Vernon, High Springs;
beyond The Bucs how much they are appreci- S. Ware on "Missions".
ii reproach. picked the team next season.Branford Rex Vernon High
? up only two fouls throughout the ated for what they do for the step-father At the close of the meeting,
Springs grandparents, Mr. and
community children. ; Mrs. Allen served cherry pie, 1
Gerald Hagin lead the scoringfor Those parents participatingwere Mrs. Frank Fletcher, Branford; coffee, nuts, and mints to her
two half sisters, Mrs. James Triceof
Branford with 8 points. Robert Weaver, R. M. guests.
Tampa, and Mrs. Alice Evansof .
Charles Kilpatrick placed second Chandler, Mrs. Leon Hatch, Mrs.
Live Oak two half brothers
MenuMarch Wilson Suggs, Tommie Minter,
j in the offensive department with
Charles Vernon of Lake City, and STRETCHING
Miss Barbara Miller Mrs. Jack
a 6 point output. Mike Vernon of High Springs. i Temple visitors in Burma buy
i aSCORING RECORD 11 through March 13 Phillips, Rev. and Mrs. Allen
Daniels Funeral Home of Bran- gold leaf to press on statues of
Branford MONDAY Price, Mrs. Curtis Griffen, Mrs.
I ford was in charge of arrange- Buddha as offerings. To prepare 0
\ Collins 2 Steamed FrankfurtersPinto Edna Howell,. Mrs. John John-
ments. gold leaf for sale, craftsmen beat
With Ham son, Mrs. Raynold Mclnnis Mrs.T. .
Hagin 8 Beans
Pallbearers Jack Lindsey, small lumps of the metal into *
were "Sorry,Bud-we're closed on M0a4I1alptJl!
Philpot 2 Cole SlawBlueberry J. Fletcher Jr., and Mrs. A. M. _
Nathan Hill. Wallace Hill. Sloan sheets only 1/200,000 of an inch
Lee, G. Cobbler Parker.
6 Kent, Gent Simmons, and DeWitt thick thinner than the layerof
Kelly 4 Buns Butter Milk
Arnold. ink printed on this page.
Kilpatrick 6 TUESDAY
Fried Chicken Mrs. Price Teaches

28 Whipped Potatoes 'Home Mission' Course I Branford PersonalsMr.
Havana Buttered English Peas I ESTATE for SALEThe
A study course was taught by i
Cooper 15 Peach Half
I Mrs. Allen Price at the First Bap-
FisherStrickland Dalton 2 4 Dinner Rolls WEDNESDAY Butter Milk tist Church last Tuesday and and Mrs. W. S. Ware were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moore of home place of the late Grace R. Ross is offered

Thursday nights. business visitors in Jacksonville Jacksonville spent the week end for sale, a half mile West of Collins Court, formerly
2 Sliced Roast Turkey
The course was entitled "The Thursday.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sims Blue
Johnson 8 Cornbread Dressing Lodge. About 14 acres of good land full of
Chains Are Strong"; it was basedon and Mrs. H. S. Sherwoodof and family.Mr. .
r I Stephens 15 Cranberry Sauce home missions. Lynnbrook, N. Y. visited Mrs. and Mrs. H. C. Stanley of big pine trees, large frame dwelling, bearing pecan

Readson 1 Tossed SaladAmbrosia The course dealt with the mi- Lois Williams and family Satur- Perry visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. and fruit trees, good deep well and electric pump,

grate, deaf, and blind. Mrs. Price day afternoon. Stanley Sunday. telephone available, Florida P & L Electric service.
47 Bread Butter Milk Abstract of Title will be
pointed out that this was just a Mrs Paul Gresham and familyof furnished purchaser.FOR .
few of the things that home mis- Tallahassee visited Mr. and (Scho Supplies at McCrimon's)
sion offerings go to take care of. Mrs. W. B. Thomas and family
Several pastors were used dur- over the week end. J. M. HEARNAdministrator
THREE BEDROOM HOMESBrick ing the course to illustrate 'as Mrs. W. B. Thomas and Mrs. PINE TIMBER i

Mrs. Price taught. Paul Gresham visited Mr. and WANTEDALL of Estate.

Mrs. Charles Thomas and son of

Veneer-One or Two Baths. Bridge Club MeetsMrs. Gainesville Saturday afternoon.Mr. KINDS

and Mrs. Bob Bayliss. of St.
FHA CONVENTIONAL R. G. Griffith was host to I LOGS POLES
or Petersburg visited -Mr- and Mrs.
her bridge club Wednesday afternoon L. W. Hardy and family a few *: Several people have asked me about buying this
FinancingSMALL Feb. 27. An arrangementof days last week. PULPWOODWI property, I anrpublish'ingr.thisAd to .give the folks

DOWN PAYMENT red and white gladioli was Miss Leona Hall of Jacksonville who have not already talked to me an opportunityof

placed on the TV. visited her mother, Mrs. Annie C. DEMPSEYP. making an offer on it.

Located In Edgewood Subdivision. Playing bridge were Mrs. Lois Hall over the week end.
Sission, Mrs. W. B. Thomas, Mrs. Mrs. M. B. Jordon of Raiford O. Box 628 J. M. HEARN.

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I trial Committee. Green ,stated tutton. Corey also stated that i meeting. A ,. No.6 --

WEATHER by that he made a study of boat Branford would receive national R. M. Chandler was requested

t FORECASTThe I CANDY. I: building for the past two years publicity due to having the first .to head up delegation to Florida en years contract$5,700 plus; for 10 years the continuing $6.200-;

The Agricultural Weather I Tom Dorr and thought he had the answerto raft race to be in Mayo on the : Chamber of Commerce meeting in and for the continuing contract
Mar. 6.
several problems of the indus- Suwannee River. He said that Tallahassee, Wednesday,
Outlook for South Georgia, SE plus 15 years $6,500.
j' J Troop 90 had the only newspaper
Alabama, and NW Florida' issued try.Greene pointed out that sala- published by Scouts in the District No.4 The current minimus are $4-
:., by the Advisory Agricultural VtXJ' SOUND I IIADmE MOST WONDERFUL and possibly in the North 000 for beginning teachers; $4.-
the Rotary,
Hoskins will address
7: GAY MOTHER AFTERNOONI bearing on the case.
Meteorologist. S. Weather .no 600 for continuing contract; $4-
HEL.Lo! WHY 50NAPPY r-1 BUMPED INTO MY OLD Lions, and Kiwanis Clubs here Florida Council.It I "I think Officer Allison was doing -
Bureau Agricultural Service 900 for seven years; $5,500 for 10
? | SCHOOL CHUA.MABEUmillion week further details will was suggested to the Beautification -
next and
l like he should have
l his duty
Office, Tifton, Ga., Mar. Committee that grass be 'II years; and $5,800 for 15 years.
available about this event then.
5 1963 month March. and I publicly compliment him
for the of between the curb andsuiewraZfc Thirteen teachers will represent
Tri- Right now, he said he expects planted :for doing what he did," Phillips
Temperatures over the Sawannee Count? at the )FEA
the work that
around 1, ' wU I declared emphatically.
State Agricultural Area Convention. They are Mrs. Ber-
maintenance and supplies was done on Suwannee Avenue.
average near normal for the f I ries, This referred to Clyde I Other Cases tha Fletcher and Shirley Fletcher -
project was
in this would ex-
next 30 days. Daily mean temperatures I purchased Griffin chairman. In other cases before the from Branford; Mrs Lillian
rise ,ceed $75,000 annually.D. court, Preasaunter Cortez, colored -
are expected to Keen and Mrs. Mary Wood from
steadily reaching 58 to 60 degrees 7 L. McCraw, manager of the Many visitors were present at was fined $15 and $4 costs. Nettie Baisden School; Mrs. EsterP.
Leon McDonald
the meeting including
stated that boat
over SE Alabama and boat company, I member of the Florida Joseph Henry Pedego was found Carter from Clay land; Mrs. Re-
\ not to him as he ,
South Georgia and 62 to 65 building was new I Bob guilty of causing an accident becca Mills and Mrs. LaNettye
had spent 35 years in the business.He House of Representatives; when his brakes failed. No pen-
degrees over NW Florida by the Harrell from Pine View: Henry
Hoskins, Forestry
added that they would em-
end of the month. Afternoon Seaboard Railroad Vin- alty was levied. Folsom, Joseph Massengill, Lewis
for the
temperatures are) expected to ploy about 15 men and some cent Jones. Vo-Ag teacher in; Su Johnny Warren, colored, arrest Tucker, and Robert Constants

reach 75 degrees or higher on HAVEN'T SEEN HER __SHE'S PUT ON women as they build windshieldsand ed for public drunkenness, for- from Suwannee High School; and
School D. C. Green
8 to 10 days during March and IN TWENTY YEARS-_ MUCH MORE wEIGHT tops for boats they build and wannee High ; of the D-, feited $15 bond and $4 costs; Buren L. Dunavant and Mrs. Polly -
will likely reach 80 degrees two IT WAS SUCH A THAN S NAVE.s for other boat companies. owner operator Willie Chester Robinson, charged Edwards from Suwannee Junior -
PLEASURE MEETING They plan to produce about fifteen Craft Boat Works to open in the
4, or three times near the end of with reckless driving, forfeited High.
next few days in Branford D. L.
HER_ boats week and have ;
per $50 bond and $4 costs; Sher-
the month. Minimum temperatures -
are expected to fall to 32 enough orders from bona fide distributors McCraw manager of the boat wood M. Cohen, speeding, for-
for 12 months produc- company; Raymond S. McClain,
feited bond Bill Herring
three $15 ;
degrees or lower two or USE
of boat
sales the com-
times over interior sections of 4 speeding, forfeited $5 bond; and
s tion.Raymond S. McClain, sales pany; Harold Nyegaard, Scout
SE Alabama and South Georgia /7N Gordon Warren Green, speeding,
Commissioner of Suwannee River
that their fis-
during the next 15 days. The manager explained forfeited $15 bond. FUCO
District Armand J. Corey of the
31 and they :
ended May
probability of freezing temperatures cal year Rev. Bill Dodd. pastor of the
will drop rapidly after Z1' l only took orders during the monthof Scout Council from Lake City: Nazarene Church, opened the
and J. A. McCollum, Advance Brand
Greene also
i mid March reaching less than June for the year. court session with prayer.
pointed out that Branford was selected Chairman of Suwannee River District .
one in ten by the end of the
because of the Suwannee Boy Scouts.
P. InsecticideFOR
month. --= No. 5byterian
River and that they plan to use Tommy Minter Jr. presided as
Rainfall during March is expected -
barges for transportation and president due to President Phillips Church are serving as

to be heavy. Totals will being in New Orleans. Next meet- local chairmen for the program.A .

average 3 to 5 inches in SE Slate Chamber Reports warehousing.This company is a welcome ad- ing on April 1 will be held at 8 $2 enrollment fee is requested BEST RESULTS

Georgia and the Suwannee Dis- Branford along with the p.m. instead of 7. This will con- in advance of the workshop.The .

trict SW in Georgia Florida,and 4 to the 6 Quincy inchesin Florida's Population To Reach dition new fertilizer to company that is to tinue through the September public is invited.

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inches expected in to SE occur Rain regular is 15 Million Mark In 37 Years 6.Armand J. Corey introduced the LONG-TERM LOW-COST

Scout Commissioner Nyegaard, .

frequent intervals. March isexpected Florida may count on a popu- mark by the year 2000, it who in turn presented the charter -
Sunshine during
60 lation of 15 million by the year ,will experience a gain of 161 percent i for Branford Troop 90 BSA to LOANSFOR
near per I
State Chamber compared with a national increase instiPublic -
cent normal with several 2000, the Florida the club as the sponsoring
or of Commerce stated yesterday.The of 89 per cent. /
cloudy periods. .
trade body said: "Far-
Soil Temperatures are expected -

to rise steadily during March fetched estimate as the it state's may seem population today 37 to No. 1 NoticesIN Purchase of Homes and Farms

all but SE Alabama where
over Public
ahead is Operator's Contests,
high soil moistures trend. Mean will 3 retard inch years essential from to planning now, looking for necessarypublic Speaking Contests, Wildlife Camp AND THE FOR COUNTY SUWANNEE JUDGES COUNTY COURTIN Refinance of Existing Mortgages
the upward .
facilities such as highways, North Florida Fair, just to namea FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN -
bare soil temperatures. are expected RE: Estate of
to reach 60 degrees in schools, sewage systems and rec- few activities. T. P. PARKER Construction of New Homes
reational facilities. It was for The adult leadership behind the Deceased.
NW Florida' by mid March: and Notice Of Filing Petition For
most of South Georgia by the these purposes that population county's 4-H Clubs deserve a spe- Final Discharce. Repairs & Additions On Existing Homes
made recentlyfor cial round of applause. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
end of March. In SE Alabama projections were Notice is hereby given that I have
leaders of 4-H in Suwannee are
by federal commis- Administrator of
all states a filed final returns as
soil temperatures are expectedto Mrs. Aubrey Ward, Mrs. J. (). the Estate of T. P. Parker deceased:
55 and 60 by sion. filed petition for final REMEMBER Save the 20th and draws interest
rise to between Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas, that I have my by your money
realistic is the to the Honor-
will apply
"Perhaps more and
the end of March. of of 8,387- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gaylard, Mrs. able Reece Brown.County Judge on Ap- from the 1st. Add to it regularly as we do and see it grow.
estimate population
a of the final
ril 6th 1963, for approval
Mrs. J. A. Gude.
Snowden Lee,
000 by 1976 for Florida, made by returns and for final discharge as Administrator
(Office Supplies at McCrimon's) the same commission. This figureis Bud Royal, Ernie Sellers, Tommy of the Estate of T. P. Parker -

50 per cent over the state's cur- Edwards, and Mrs. Earl Smith. deceased. Joe F. Allen
of about 5,600,000today. I Numerous other adult volun- As Administrator of the estate FIRST FEDERAL
BULKGARDEN rent population of T. P. Parker deceased.
: teer leaders assist with special
SEED "During the interval to 1976, 4-H activities. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Florida is expected to retain its THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I 305 East Howard St. Phone 362-3433 ,


SEED large state and will rank eighth not discourage vocational trainingif TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
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in size among the 50 states. The children have a sincere desireto INC.,
national gain is expected to be 24 learn a trade. Plaintiff.JAMES .
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and McNAIR "If Florida does reach the 15 skilled craftsmen in the years IAN INC,MOORE and HARRISON HOMES, .. ",

SEED CORN ahead," he assured. Defendants.
O'Hara's remarks NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to a
The federal government this Mrs. John Adicks, also a Suwannee Final Decree of Foreclosure dated Feb- .
County teacher, the cluba ruary 22, 1963 and entered in Chancery
i MILLET SORGHUM & week. approved a loan of $1,786.- gave Case No. 414 of the Circuit Court in and
000 for married student housing rundown on current statistics for Suwannee County, Florida wherein
facilities at the University of concerning the schools. INC. is Plaintiff, and JAMES
Florida. The loan, by the Housingand These statistics showed that MOORE and his wife MARIAN MOORE, KEEP UP WITH THEHAPPENINGS

MIZELLPRODUCE Home Finance Agency, will during the past 10 years, the and HARRISON, that I will HOMES sell,to IN the a are highest Defendants _

provide modern brick apartment number of schools in the county and best bidder for cash before the
has decreased from 30 to 10, ad- front door of the Suwannee County
married graduate
CO. units for 208 Courthorjie" in Live Oak, Florida, at
students. Target date for occu- ministrative personnel has been 11:00 oVock A. M. on the 18th day of

pancy is September, 1964. cut from 28 to 10, and salariesfor property March. ,'$"T>63 Suwannee, the following County described Florida,

instructional personnel have as set forth in said Final Decree, to-
risen from $423,686 to $827,033 to-I wit:
A !J/4 acre tract of land border-
day. The number of teachers has ing on Hickory Drive of Suwannee OF YOUR HOME TOWN
DINE AND DANCE increased from 134 to 173. Ranchette Development in Suwannee
County, Florida more particularly \
Mrs. Adicks presented resultsof described as: The South. 75 feet of
Lot 133 in Section'' C" of Suwannee
NIGHTLY test of
a survey among a group
Ranchette Development of Florida -
: high school students. This survey Inc.. as recorded with the Clerkof BYSUBSCRIBING
BAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT indicated that more than 80 per the Circuit Court in Book 1, _
Oak, County -
page 112 Live Suwannee
Admission: $2.00 Couple On Friday cent of the students felt the Florida, subject to reservations
school needed oil. gas and mineral leases and .
.. NO MINORS PLEASE improved plant agreements, easements, rightsof- TO THE
and grounds most of .all. way coning ordinances, restrictionsand
limitations of record, if any.
LITTLE HICKORY Dated this 2nd day of March. A. D.
No. 3Branford. 1963.
Formerly Country Kitchen was introduced by Leon LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONSClerk .
of Circuit Court .
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1 There will be some changes in All boys who play in the 1211 "

the schedule for the next two Basketball League should make

weeks in the Live Oak-Suwannee special note about their baekjibashoes .

County Recreation Department's as anyone who wears late

NO. 43I who is partici- basketball shoes to the Coliseum
7 1963 VOL. 78, programs. Anyone
ESTABUSHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA; THURSDAY, pating in any of these programs will not be allowed to play er

should pay particular attention to practice.

Five Generations Of Beach Family Shown these changes. .

-, Center Basketball Blue Devils Wake '-- C, The Adult Physical Fitness
Rec 'JL'J' -
W3 : !
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I r :; : Class will not meet Thursday Judging Contest

Falcons F March 14. In place of the Thurs-
Comets League-Leading To Suwannee ... r
I: Nip Clip :,. .) ,- )\f: :'.' >> day meet night Monday meeting night.this March group will 11. Set For FridayThe

II Eagles Smash Low-Flying Hawks In Fourth PeriodThe ; 4 ___ a'r This starting class time will at meet 8:00 on the Monday usual Kiwanis sponsored Third

Annual County Land Judging
,r By Jim Clayton half and after that the Hawks Suwannee High School I night. ) the 12- Contest will be held at 3:36 p.m.
Fate finally caught up with the just couldn't catch up. cage team led Green Cove This Thursday will hold its Friday Mar. 8 at a farm about
the count 11 Basketball League
league leading Falcons of the 12- The Eagles ran Springs for three quartersin Agricul- four miles south of Live Oak.
in the
16-10 at the end of three quar- practice session
11 Basketball League Saturday the Group 2 District the Newbern Competing for top honors in
then coasted to victory. tural Coliseum on
morning as they bowed to the ters in Starke Thurs- 12-11 Basketball the FFA Division will be teams
The Eagles showed a balance Tourney Road. The
Comets by a decisive 28-15 score. fall 43-37 before its Saturday from the Branford Chapter the
attack led by Gary Brown's 6 day only to League will also hold
Comets showed evidence Chapter and the J. P.
The Suwannee
win earlyin points Tom Cheek and Anthony thrust by the the Blue Devils. morning games in the Coliseum for
that they were out to Williams Chapter. Medals
Levere had 4 each with Doug Clay County High was the Bull- this Saturday. The games and
the game as they jumped a each of the first, second, and
the held at
of will be
Pittman sessions
Falcon Townsend and Michael dogs' first round opponent practice
off a to be.
4-0 lead then fought third place winners are
each collecting a basket. tourney and went on to finish the regularly scheduled times
rally to stay ahead 8-7 at the awarded in both the FFA and
Hank Ratliff and Joe Phillips third in Group 2 behind Perry both days.
half. for the All boys who play in this league 4-H Divisions.
court shared scoring honors and Lake City.
The Comets threw a full Each team consists of three
in the i Hawks hitting for 6 points each. The Bulldogs took an early lead must not wear their basketball ,
press at the Falcons early to l Ronnie Johnson hit for two points .in the contest and held on for )/). ,2ZI ))>>:> "n> 'sir-
and pulled away >cccr&crC Leeac c t <
third Quarter
22'r2 perl ; ( ctrl 6asLtWall say-. -
7ie m.
6 caccy
j ?use 4r
N bD'k ):;?p)/b. ) )B)S ?"J.1)6< "n> ) Sa t-n- street shoesto 1 wannee County In the stebe can-
STASOHS&; & :QT r 'wSth She BvgUogs. ers may wear regular
encePert One
: Mar. 29.
vC&fc wastes. WON LOST mand 12-8.'The second period wasa 9 k I the Coliseum and change into I test at
fired-up 1 '
leading the way the 4-H team will also participate in
1 which end- shoes arri'a1. -
Falcons 3 nip and tuck affray their basketball upon
Comets reeled off 12 points the county contest and will OOBQi -
I 2 holding a .
limiting the Falcons to 4 in a torrid Comets 2 ed with Suwannee pete at state level in the. 4-H .
Eagles 2 2 slight 23-21 edge. The Recreation Center is now
fourth quarter. the Hawks 1 3 The Bulldogs continued to push open until 6:00: each evening Division.
honors for Discussed
Pert took scoring Woodland Planning
capturing 18 of his team's Next Saturday morning the the game in the third quarter and Monday through Friday and will Boyles of Gainesvilleand
game followed by Michael Comets and Eagles will be battlingfor went into the final stanza with a a. remain open until 6:00 pjn. thru- southeast of
He"as of a farm
28 points. owner
share of the league lead in four-point margin. lout the summer. The Center and
Strickland with 6 and Live Oak, met with Farm Forester -
with 4. The Falcons the opening game at 9:00.: The The sleeping Blue Devils, however Seated is Mrs. T. F. Beach. 83, great great grandmother. playground will also be open Wyman Garland, Woodland
Stapleton will then to life and mobbed Su. 18- Thursday and Friday, March 14
led by Fletcher Bass with league leading Falcons came Standing is Mrs Jimmy Dicks of Tallahassee who is holding Conservationist Ed Hotoomfee,
were JernL square off against the Hawks at wannee: High's goal in the closing Tidwell, 45, grandmother; and 15 from 9 until 12 in the
W. II.
6 points. Soot Law 4, Glenn month-old Debra Ann Dicks; Mrs. and Soil Conservation Service
6 in
stole the 2 until
moments. Green Cove mornings and
gan 4, and Alvin Green Hawks with 1. the The : practice game. and games this lead with three minutes remaining and Mrs. J. J. Bronson, 62, of Clermont, great grandmother. the afternoons. Technician John Hampton to discuss -
Down his woodland planning.
Eagles week will be held at the Coliseum.All and froze the ball spelling There will be no Pre-School
the second game the Eagles Holcombe pointed out the relationship -
evened their record at two wins boys who intend to practice defeat for the Bulldogs.It Cancer Board Plans CrusadeThe Playtime Thursday morning between land capability -
Thursday must bring their bas- was the last basketball game March 14 due to the regular
and two losses as they sent the I I and woodland yield and stated
Hawks reeling to their third ketball shoes and not wear them. of the season for Suwannee High. Suwannee County Board of ness areas, and Mrs. Duke Mc- school holidays. This group will that with present infonnatien
r Ronald Williams and Ronald chairman of special meet Monday morning March 11.
straight defeat scoring an 18-14 the American Cancer Society met Callister is of "we can fairly accurately predict
started fast Strickland lead the team in scor- of the gifts. Shelly Q. Brown will serve Anyone participating in any woodland
basement of
victory. The Eagles Boatright Tuesday in the the future yield
looked good on both offense colored these please note the
and programs
ing the county's
lead at theSTAN'S and discussed as chairman for tree
by jumping to a 9-6 First Methodist Church stands when the soil type
In Leading RoleJoel and defense. John Flood, citizens. changes. These changes in schedule -
for its fund drive known".
plans species are
Boatright, son of Mr. confined to bed with influenza scheduled for April. The group urged potential volunteers will be for this week and next .

g : and Mrs. Oneal Boatright, is missed the last game of his high watched a film on interested in helping this week. After next week the pro- mental
The group their Got a birthday this
cast in the leading role of John school cage career. the crusade titled "All For April". program to contact one of the grams will revert back to driver's license
Better buy your
L. Balderston's play "Berkley I Darrell Croft who has impressed The film stressed the importanceof county chairmen. regular schedule.

Square", sponsored by Valdosta both the' fans and his coach volunteer workers to aid in the
lH SpE State College) on March 7, 8, 9. this year looked good in replac- drive.

Boatright plays the role of ing Flood. Rev. Bill Nickerson is the overall -
66 SERVICE Peter Standish in the drama.Office The Bulldogs looked cool and chairman or coordinator of I

a LIVE Highway OAK,90 FLORIDA West ( Supplies McCrimon's) the impressive game and for fell three to pieces quarters in the of the chairman drive. for Mrs.rural Rudolph areas Scott NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SSUPER

last period. The team's old bugaboo -
Blackmon for residential
I inaccurate shooting cost Leon areas. Mrs. Tom Cheek for busi- SPORTS-that's the only name for seats. It even offers a new Comfortilt steeri

them the win. them! Four entirely different kindS of cars ing wheel that positions right i!
The squad shot 55 per cent II Nova SS1'
to choose from, including bucket-seat con- want it. H The new Chevy
from the floor during the first Likewise''
vertibles and coupes. And most every one has its own brand of excitement. -
half an dfell to 30 per cent during Corvair
the second half. can be matched with such sports-car type the turbo-supercharged rear-engine
Monza Spyder and the all-new Corvette
Coach Larry Ross complimented features as 4-speed stick or Powerglide

the team on its winning season hearing aids transmission, Positraction,tachometer,high Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA for regular scheduled games and performance engines, you name it. B If you want to get then pick your equipment and

Phone 362-3111 expressed considerable optimism want your spice plus the luxuries of a full- power up to 425 hp in the Chevrolet 88,

Adults 50c Children 20c about the status of Suwannee to fit every sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala including the popular Turbo-Fire 409 with

BOX Tax OFFICE! Included OPENS 'c.- High basketball in 196364. Ross SS. It's one of the smoothest road runners 340 hp for smooth, responsive handlingin

Monday Through Friday. 3:15 said most of the boys on this hearing lossi4tatco that ever teamed up with a pair of bucket city traffic'optional at extra COlt

Saturday, 12:45 year's team will be back next sea-
Sunday 1:45 Till 5:00 and Reopens 8:45 At Night son.


Williams Croft 12 7 .1


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Green Cove Laboratory Trained

Bradley 14 Hearing Aid Consultant
Clark 10 from


Goolsby .3 SERVICE


DOUBLE FEATURE Will, Give FREE Hearing Tests

MARCH 13th -
at -
The auto did away with the LIVE OAK DRUG CO.

BEAUTY ANiiTHE BEAST horse toward and eliminating it's doing man.a lion's share Live Oak Florida -

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natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from

WHITE SLAVE SHIP which it is brewed beer is Florida's traditional beverage of

=-. moderation..tight, sparkling,delicious.

And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud to be a
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major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials.For Pictured from top to lottom Corvette Sting Ray Convertible, Corsair Aloma Spider Contcrtible; Chevy 11
JACK PALANCE ANNA BALLI example,the Brewing Industry Is responsible for millions of Note 100 SS Coupe Chevrolet Impala SS Crape. (Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional at extra cost.)

InWARRIORS dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be

FIVE made spent Into for other cardboard Florida boxes materials and cartons.and services.Millions In more Florida are '. See four entirely differed kinds of cars clyour Chmolet dealer's Skovcrovm

beer belongs...enjoy it.


NEWS \I! FLORIDA DIVISION J Howard St. Phone. ... .- 362-2976 Live Oak, Florida. .

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ij .'(9f gieJiedf>>, _r.y Live Host Oak For ContestThe Club Engagement Announced '- Here And There I

Live Oak Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. James C. Brinsonof them over the week end.
was hostess to District 3 Sewing Tallahassee spent the week end Miss Laurie Turnafe of Jack
W\, Contest sponsored by the Florida with his mother, Mrs. Carrie sonviUe spent several days last
OMENCLARA Federation of Women's Clubs Brinson. week with Miss Charlotte Wads

t a Tuesday, March 5 between two Don Nipper of Palatka spent worth.
and four pjn. Friday and Saturday with his U.

S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Mrs. B. F. Leigh and Mrs. Nor- mother. Mrs. W. J. Nipper.Mr. Mrs. Harrell HostessTo
man Protsman were in charge of and Mrs. Curtis Limbrick
registration. Mrs. Hal Fletcher, and Mrs. L. W. Pipkins of Tallahassee Garden CircleThe
Mrs. Bispham Circle Hostess Mrs. Edward Howland. Mrs. Jes- and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Redbud Circle of the L:'.. .

: Circle Two of the First Presby- The circle Is in charge of the sie Land Mrs. W. H. Parramore Caraway of Gainesville spent the Oak Garden Club Inc.. mer;
terian Church, met Monday after- activities of the church for March. and Mrs. S. T. McDowell were in I week end with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thursday evening Feb. 21. at th<
1:1 noon in the home of Mrs. J. F. Mrs. B. F. Leigh gave the em- charge of decorations and re- we, I Rawls and Mr. and Mrs. Bin Garden Center with Mrs. Curt
Bispham with 11 members pres- phasis for the month which was freshments. Music was furnishedby Rawls. Harrell as hostess. There w->:"'*

on Evangelism. The Bible lesson Mrs. Wm. Randall Slaughterand Rev. and Mrs. J.V.. Baillie eleven members present. .
ent.Mrs.. J. I. Dunn, circle chairman given by the moderator, Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Brinkman. Favors apent Friday and Saturday in The program topic was A; J,
presided over the meeting.It Norman Protsman, was "The by Mrs. Norman Protsman. Spe- Oraccville where he spoke to a You Ready" and the circle triads
I t was announced that several King Tells Riddles About The cial Feateured Model by Mrs. V group at the Baptist Bible Institute nine floral arrangements dur:' ;

members would attend the district Kingdom". J. Smuts and Props by Mrs. H m They also visited Mr. and the evening.
meeting March 6 in the Highlands Refreshments were served dur- H. Hair Sr., Miss Ada Mae Rob- Mrs. Jimmy Jackson while in Mrs. Harrell served refreshments
Church, Gainesville. ing the social hour. erson Mrs. Joe Davis and Mrs. Grace ville. after the meeting adjoun
t Joe Sharpies Mrs. Gilmer Kye Mrs.V.. J. Nipper and Miss ed.The
was in charge of the dresses and Caroline Hart visited Mr. and circle will meet Apnl :: :
t Miss Anna Hallbrook Mrs. Bob Lay of Madison was the Mrs. W. T. Rycroft at Cherry with Mrs. Elmer Browning f>
narrator. Lake Sunday. their next meeting.
I I Judges for the contest were SFC Johnny. Greek and son. I .
Mrs. Lee Pryor of this city. Mrs. Kirk of Ft. McCtellan. Ala. spent Little Women
1 1I L. C. Glass of Madison and Mrs. last week with his mother. Mrs.

Clyde Griffin of Branford. Marion Greek and Mr. and Mrs. Met SaturdayThe ,
Contestants entering the "MadeBy 1F '? Kirk Gasrictn. Little Women's Club nv>
Me" sewing contest were as Mr. and Mr. Alec McKeithen Saturday morning at 12:30: fr:

1 1 follows: a returned Sunday from Richmond their March luncheon and bu,.* ..
Mrs. Lavaughn Newbern Live Va.. where they visited their son- ness meeting.
Oak Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. In-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, president v"
1 J. Gordon Ashley Jr., Madison Mrs. Roney Rowland and grandchildren the Live Oak Garden Club Iw

Woman's Club; Mrs. Harold ii: Skip and Liz. wan guest of the club. .
Gross Madison Junior Woman Mrs. Danny B. McCrimon and Hoetesoe were Miss Eta:;i. .
y Club; Mrs. H. M. Curry, Jasper : sons, Burt and Mike left Wednes- Dennis Miss Carol Cannon a:' i
: Woman's Club; Mrs. Merle Garner day to spend several days with Miss Gayle Wynne.
t- Mr. and Mrs. W. Cljde Hulls of ihU cltf announces the fnjage-
Perry Junior Woman's Club: Mrs. Otto WetUtcln IV at Mel- Miss Charlotte Wadswwth ,r 3-
ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, 011 a, to loin
Mrs. Jean
Jett. Tallahassee Junior -
rose. Mr. McCrimon will join sided over the meeting.
Woman's Club; Mrs. Malcolm T. Dees son of Mr. and Mrs. fleorte Urn al-o of this city

Koehler Perry Woman's Club; Miss Butts is a senior at Suwannrr'! tilth School and Mr. Dees

and Mrs. W. M. Kyser, Jasper a graduate of Suwannee HUh School. -

Junior Woman's Club. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date.Woman's MARCH 19-24-JAX COLISEUM
r.. a Winner of the contest was Mrs. I
J. Gordon Ashley Jr.,, Madison Tickets on Sole ot CoKttum, 1145 E. luleml,
Woman's Club. She wore a three- Club Held Luncheon Meeting Oi ot Door Before Each P.fomoRc.'cHi" .
"< y piece outfit of white linen lined The Live OakVoman's Club Eye Bank could contact her for

with blue and white.Presbyterian met last Friday at the Club House the necessary forms. : ;. *
for their regular monthly meeting The program entitled "Youth ) 18
and covered dish luncheon.The Measures Its Values" was presented : FABULO S
J'ro Circle decorations for the lunch- by Mrs. W. H. Williams and a YEAR.JJ
eon carried out the St. Patrick's panel of her students. Miss Jean- ,, PSPECTACULAR
*, Met Monday Evening Day motif. ette Hingson. Miss Riette Ross
x 'vc Circle Four of the First Pres- Mrs. Brody Harris president Miss Rosiland Parsons Miss Wanda <..7 and FUN.FIILED! ., *,
byterian Church met Monday presided over the meeting. I Godbold and Miss Barbara
Q night at the home of Mrs. Hazel Mrs. Earl Walther announced. Robinson.Mrs. :::1
Collins with John Castleberry presented -
eight members pres- that anyone wishing to donate \ ftourm"THE
ent.Miss their eyes to the North Florida Larry Johnson one of her piano SLEEPING
: Maren Brorsen gave the students, who played several EIIr'"HOIIDAr
devotional taken from Matthew selections.The UN8'r
5:8.The: Gleaners Class Meets door prize was won by Mrs. \ '; "EGYPTIAN FANTASr"
Bible study, "The King J. H. Langston. RHAPSHr
With Mrs. LeonardMrs. It t
Tells Riddles About The King- Hostesses for the luncheonwere wiiY 55 for STRINGS"
Airs. Freeman Seay of Lake' Butler announces the engagementand dom", was given by Mrs. Lawrence John Leonard was hostessto Mrs. John Hampton, chair- rt.:

approaching marriage of her daughter, Anna Hallbrook, to Tyson from the thirteenth chap- the Gleaners Sunday School man, Mrs. P. C. Crapps Mrs. $3.50 rows 1-17 Mar 19-22, 8:00 P.M.
l Russell Dale Bass, son- of Mr. and Airs. Earny H. Bass of this city. ter of Matthew.The Class of the First Baptist Church Elizabeth Hughes, Mrs. Wm. Ran- $2.50 rows 18-29 Mar. 23, 8:45; Matinees:
monthly emphasis on when they met Monday evening dall Slaughter Mrs. W. H. Parra $2.00 rows 30.33 Mar. 23.24, 1 P.M.-5 P.M.
The bride-elect attended school In Union County and the Evangelism.was presented by Mrs. with ten members present.A more Mrs. H. B. Wooley Mrs. Children under 12, half price, at 5 P.M. Shows, Mar. 23.24
bridegroom-elect is a 1962 graduate of Suwannee High School. Irma Heath. covered dish supper precededthe Gilmer Kye Mrs. Everett Williamson Ticket reservations may be made In Jacksonville at the
Wedding plans of the couple will be announced later. Coliseum. ALL SEATS RESERVED.SAVESAVEaSAVE.
Mrs. Tyson will be hostess to business meeting. Mrs. Buddy Nott Mrs. .
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the circle' when th -meet Mon- Mrs. Leonard,, class president Troy Dunn and Mrs. Langston. -
presided over the meeting.Mrs. -- -- ----------- ---
day, April 1.Sorority. T
A Thought For TodayBy J. H. 'Evans gave the devotional -
divorce followed with
Board prayer by Mrs. Vernon Bales,
4 ... Reports were given on the success I
x "Success is counted sweetest by those who ne'er Met Monday of the February class pro-

'. .. :. succeed. Dickinson. The Delta Kappa Gamma executive ject which was visiting and soliciting -
\ board met Monday after- new members.
:,.- Success is something we all strive for at one timeor noon with Mrs. George Dexter. The meeting closed with the
another and in our own manner. Unfortunately, Routine business watchword in
was discussedand class repeating the
I we tend to peg success too highly at times to attach With Modern Bulk
k >: plans made for the Delta unison. CuringCompare
: to it a singularness of attainment which puts
i t it beyond reach of all but a very few. Success actually Kappa Gamma State meeting to The April meeting will be in the
is relative. It is on many. levels and knows be held in Winter Park April 5. home of Mrs. Charles Green Sr.
many shades. It is, by degree, within the reachof 6. and 7.Present. .
all. Monday were Mrs. Lu- These Savings in LaborCOMPARE

cille Cherry, Mrs. Mildred Bruner Susan McDaniel Party
Mrs. Barbara Lawrence and
For experienced, expert ambulance service, Remember I Mrs. Grace Stephens. Honoree SaturdayMiss

we are here 24 hrs. a day to render the service to Counties forming-the Nu chap- Susan McDaniel was hon- .
you. We have always given this service in our area ter of the Sorority are Suwannee ored on her ninth birthday witha Y Y.AA.T'

FREE of charge.SUWANNEE. Hamilton Columbia Lafayette party given by her mother, Mrs.
and Madison. Leroy McDaniel at her home $ : f, 4s

The next meeting will be In Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
FUNERAL HOME Mayo on March 8. McDaniel served birthday
: cake, ice cream, and punch. Miss
Sheila McDaniel assisted her
BRODY C. HARRIS Anna Miller Circle mother in serving. s ,s
Licensed Funeral Director Favors of bubble gum and bal I r
625 S. Ohio Ave. Phone 362-1746 Met February 25 loons were given to the twenty .

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA The Anna Miller Circle met guests present. ;,.>::.,.. I
Monday night,Feb. 25 at the Live t1., ; .. :: i
Oak Elks Lodge for their regular Future Nurses To

monthly. meeting.Mrs. .
William Laughinghousewas Hold Car Wash

"COKER CORNS welcomed into the circle as a The Future Nurses Club of Su :; t riy

new member. wannee High School will hold a
.. stood the heat and drought best! 'J Mrs. James Cason and Mrs. car wash all day Saturday at .ft.
_. Sam Koff were hostesses for the Johnny's Amoco Station and Har- Y { -

Last year the bred-in ability of Coker Hybrids to meeting. rell's Gulf Station. ii i ii i

perform and produce well with limited amounts of L aS ,

moisture again paid off for Georgia com farmers.
When the weather turned off hot and dry for weeks rr

on end, Coker corns stayed green longer and kepton IRRIGATIONCOMPLETE
making grain after other corns quit. They recovered

quickly when rain finally came, too. This SYSTEMS THESE FIGURES I
extra drought resistance,plus excellent standing and
picking qualities, put many extra bushels in the INSTALLED & FINANCED
: wagon for these growers. Here are some typical
comments: DISTRIBUTORS FOR: Labor labor
DEMING TURBINE PUMPS Operation Conventional Bam Bulk Barn
"In 1962 I planted 30 acres of Coker 71. can harvest all the corn I make. It yields
On one acre I planted 13 in the drill and good and fits in with my hog feeding CONTINENTAL POWER UNITSU. Priming 51 Hours 51 Hours
fertilized with 500 fos. of 5-10-15( plus operation."
Skid Driver 17 Hours
120 units of N. It made 103 bushels. I -1 L Barber.Doulsmille,Ca. S. ELECTRIC MOTORS 17.Hours
planted the other 29 acres 18" in the Stringing 8S Hours ---
drill with 500()( Ibs.of 5-10-15( plus 80 unitsof "We have produced more com with Coker REYNOLDS ALUMINUM PIPE Hanging 20 Hours
nitrogen and averaged more than 60 71 and find that it picks best too. We
bu. with very little rain. I'm well pleased can count on having corn every year with RACE AND RACE AND Unloading 9 Hours 4 Hours .
with this production and feel it stood the 'it for our hogs. Our average yield this Unstringing 16 Hours
dry weather well Coker 71 is the best year ((19621] was around 60 bushels per SURE RANE FITTINGS
corn I've found. acre,which was real good considering the TOTALS 198 Hours 72 Hours
-C.L Bennett.Cerdele 62. dry weather we had."
"I plant Coker 71 corn because I like the by L Brasses I Patrick H.Brasses IRRIGATION NEEDS -- THIS IS A SAVING OF 126 HOURS PER ACRF. ,.
yield and it cribs well It stands up too. Ajipling Ca.,Ga.
I planted 180 acres of Coker 71-made OR A REDUCTION IN HARVESTING COSTS OF 63%.
near the same as in 1961 ((87 bu. per ESTIMATES GIVEN
acre) with "hardly any rain and averaged ASX YOUR DEALT ABOUT THttf
123 bushels per acre on my 10-acre( prize 5hNt4hinve
patch." -liait Terry Houltrie.Ga. FOR TOOK FARM THIS TEAR: ONE : BULK BARN
"I planted 150 acres of Coker 11 on my YELLOW WHITE
farm in 1962.1 I harvested around 10,000 Coker 67 Coker 811 HACKNEY WILL HANDLE 4 TO 5 ACRES OF TOBACCO
bushels from this acreage with some Coker 71 Coker 811A BROTHERSPhone
fields running about 75 bushels per acre.I This Is a saving to you of from 500 to Bulk Barn at your dealers; today. Find out
I like the low stalks of Coker 71 for Coker 15 Coker 911 752-3161 600 hours labor. At $1.00 per hour you how you.can reduce your narveattng costs:
combining and the corn stands up so I LAKE CITY : save from $500. to $600 per season perget better quality tobacco with the all-
barn. See thee new LONG Silent Flame new 1963 Silent Flame Bulk Curing Born.
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County Agent's Column Is It Fair When Parents "Ground" Teenagers? I HALF F>A5 TEEN I

1 This writer agrees that parents
should "ground" their children
I l when such is necessary. If chil-
PAUL CREWS T CAN J dren do not do what they are
T GoTo
k told; if they go places they shouldnot t L4.IL'
After several months of plan- grain to these same areas. TIE pq yg go; if they stay out later than :

ning, the livestock promotion pro- This really doesn't make sense, a 0 BEEN they should; then "grounding" is .

ject is now on its way. Approxi- but this is actually what has been 8 GR NDED recommended.Even .
mately 245 different people in Su- happening. We sell our corn on a adults live in a world of

wannee County were involved in buyer's market, while we lose con- responsibility and privilege. Take
helping to make plans to put on a siderably on transportation and the matter of driving an automo-
livestock promotion project like other factors. Then at a later date bile. Anyone who is of proper age

has never been done before.In when we buy our grain, beef and and health may obtain a license
and enjoy the privilege of drivingan
order to ,
: }" ':.::1'1 pork back we buy on a sellers
automobile. But this privilege
work up a pro-f' ; 4- market.
gram that would : /:", ,, i This livestock promotion is designed brings with it a responsibilitytodrive -
; safely, soberly, without dan- ,__4. ..
be accep table t .JYtt,. 1 to either stop or cut downon ger to self or to others. The reck- : -
both to ;' --,
the x. '. 't. this type of practice. During I X / JT less, dangerous driver who forgets .'
S farmers and the .yltirF i I 1963 and during the next five
these will eventu-
% THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I ama that your parents permit you to responsibilities
sponsors, this t >' > years, we hope that we can increase boy of fourteen and I like this go to parties when you are not ally lose the privilege of a driver's CD
committee rea,7.: x the number of hogs that one girl. I have been invited to a "grounded." You should consider license and find himself walking

lized that it had fj/.. we sell from 90,000 or 100,000 number of parties but I can't go yourself fortunate. Countless four- instead of riding-grounded, no

to make up aprogram :);%.,:.,. head to 200,000 head each year. because of one stupid reasonIget teen-year-olds would give anything less.Our
that. ."" Rather than selling 15,000 cattlewe 'grounded.' Would you tell me just to have the privilege of advice is simple: acceptthe
% was flexible : \4I %.,_ should be selling 50,000 or what you think of parents 'ground- going to parties-and you can bet responsibility if you wish to J 'C
yet tight enough to accomplishits more annually. While we increasethe ing their kids?" your bottom dollar a high percent keep the privilege. )

purpose. In the rules pretain- number of cattle and hogs, OUR REPLY: We can only come age of them would conduct themselves u r'm bare a teen.r' .prrtlem. rwant '.
I ing to livestock promotion, we be- we should raise our income from back with this question: What in a manner that would t. mftk U dUevtt, .ldr,...r. y mn..r bcrT Utter tl*t a.
lieve we have both in a simple $4,500,000 to 8 or 10 million dollars caused the grounding? give their parents no reason for FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS.

yet a concise set of fair rules. annually. Your letter seems to indicate "grounding"- them. t NATIONAL SERVICE, FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, 1tT.. ._,

The beauty of this entire pro- There are provisions in this

gram is that regardless of the size livestock promotion project

of the farm operation, all farm- whereby we can increase the Cattle, Calf Sales Down Again, Hogs Continue SteadyCattle I

ers can compete on equal terms. number of animals, improve the

The smallest farmer in the county quality, and eradicate diseases all and calf trading at the pounds $12.50, 100-120 pounds $10.35$10.85.Boars .
could very likely be one of the in one program. Information on Suwannee Valley Livestock Market $12.30, and 80-100 pounds $12.10. continued to sell at $8

top contenders in this livestock this program was mailed this Wednesday Feb. 27, droppedto Most sows weighing from 180- with stags bringing $9-$11. _________ __ _________
------------ ---------- --------- --- a
x promotion project.A week. All farmers should read it 87 compared with 144 sold at 400 pounds sold from 113012. Medium and good feeder-pigs of i. --R

farmer does not necessarilyhave carefully and we urge you to sign the previous sale while hog sales 35, while 400-600 pounds brought I I all weights brought $11-$12.75. ..
to produce hogs and cattle up during the month of March. slipped from 875 sold last week to j.

in order to compete for the top This particular program was :. FOR STRONG PLANTS
honors. The purpose of the entire designed for the farmers of Su 775.George C. Avery of the Florida A Painless Investment .

project is to encourage our farm- wannee County. We think it is a State Marketing Bureau reportedthat : AT PLANTING TIME

ers to raise more and better live- worthwhile project and urge all to all classes moved actively Managed Pine Trees Can Yield ...
stock. Realizing that the peopleof participate. through rather broad outlets. All
Florida import approximately slaughter steers were few or absent : USE

70 to 80 per cent of beef and pork, he said.Feederstocker. Dollars But Rarely A 'Fast Buck'Horatio .. -

there is no over supply, yet we Randy Milton Feted steers and heif- .
r consume a lot of good beef and With Birthday PartyMrs. ers were steady to $1 higher with Alger spun many tales of success. AGRINITE TOBACCO BED

pork shipped in from the Midwest. calves strong to fully $4 higher, The humble champion of his story would plod from .
Glenn Milton hostessat
While at the same time we ship afternoon was at the marketing specialist said. He one enterprise to the next, gathering pennies. Then by
a party Saturday
good feeder calves and feeder pigs her home honoring her son Ran- added that cows were poorly test- re-doubling his gains through repeated investments the I TOP DRESSING '
out of Florida into ed by the sale.
other sectionsof
champ later would always arrive with huge
dy, on his seventh birthday.The sooner or a .
the country, we also sell our Avery said feeder-stockers made : :;
refreshment table was cov- fortune in cash and comfort. each year, compounded annually, :
82 cent of the run
ered with a white linen cloth and up per Maybe it's just as well Alger excluding land costs. ..
calves 31 cent of the
was centered with the birthday were per never let his hero invest in planted Profit figures vary among Flor- .

\\\'Wlj cake. The square cake was frosted total.Low to standard steers pines! ida's 90,000 small woodland own- WE BUY
with chocolate and embossed with average He would have waited 15 or 29 ers, but the story of managed tim-
yellow rosettes and green leaves brought from $18.75-$19.50 per years for the first pulpwood har- berland in Florida is much the
hundred pounds. One good heifer
and held seven white candles. vest, and that's not exactly on the same: EAR CORN
sold for
TERMITES Trays of chocolate cup cakes dec- 2350. order of a "fast buck". Dollars can come from pines. ..
Cutter and low-utility cows
orated in yellow and green El But dazzling or not, there are And un-used land which simply ..
SWARMING? Rancho candies, and green mints brought $12.50-$15.50 with one many real life success stories am- gathered taxes before, now has ..
One cutter
bringing $11.
were placed around the cake. canner ong Florida landowners, farmers, another task.Though ..
bull traded for $14 calves were
call Cake, ice cream, punch, and ; and timber growers. In a day of .

candy were served and each guest absent.Good and choice feeder-stocker. tightening profits pines are still irate citizens of Potenza. II! BRANFORD FEED MILL INC.

received a balloon as a favor. proving a steady and painless way Italy, stormed the local hall ,
steers brought $22.25-$23.25 me-
Assisting the hostess were Mrs. for a good dollar return on an and burned the tax lists, the favo- : Phone 935-3371
diums sold from $18.75-$21.50 .
for the Harold Landen and Mrs. W. J. investment.For rite over the years remains the
of home while commons brought $17$18.75. -
Nipper, the honoree's grandmoth- example, in 1941. a Florida Congo tribe that ate the collector. i BRANFORD, FLORIDA
resident planted, an old field with II -Richmond .
--- -- Times-Dispatch.
---- -- ----- Good heifers brought $ZU':>U-
slash pine seedlingS a cost of
\ $2225,mediums sold''from $18.75- --
$10 per acre. The forest suffereda
TRACTOR AND $20.75. and a few inferiors and
It mild setback in 1951 when a
commons brought $15.25-$16.50. wildfire got into the field, but it
Common and medium cows sold TAKE THE BIG STEP FORWARD WITH THE
MACHINERY AUCTION was only a minor reduction in the
i from $14-$17.50; a few inferiors growth.

brought $13. First returns from the trees ,
Good calves ranging from 250- came in 1957 when they were 16 '
COLQUITT TRACTOR<; CO. 475 pounds brought $23.25$27.50.mediums years old. A pulpwood thinning HAWK '
sold from $19.50-$23.25.
Phone netted eight cords to the acre, 'S. -
Night and commons brought $16.75$21.A .
leaving the rest of the trees to
985-5048 MOULTRIE, CA. 985-3275 few good calves weighing be-
grow. at 21 years the stand
tween 125-250 pounds sold from
i DEALER FOR- contains 22 cords per acre.
$27-$36, mediums brought $25.25- Moreover, the owner has realiz-
Pico Harrows & Rotary Cutters Ccrr&icana Cutters $26.75, commons sold from $20.25- ed an extra bonus of $20 per acre

$24.75 and one inferior brought for the past two through .'
years a
I "We Specialize In Liquidation Sales"ALL $18.
turpentine lease on the stand.
MAKES OF TRACTORS & Hog Sales The small initial investment of L.
The volume of hog sales remained -
FARM :MACHINERY $10 an acre has mushroomed dur-
steady to slightly lower ing the past 22 years into a cur-
than the previous sale, showing a
rent value
AUCTION $230 an acre. The
decline of a hundred. Mixed ;
'\, yield from the timber stand has
2 Sales in March-March 11 & March 25 grades of 180-210 pound barrows amounted to a 15 per cent return f
and gilts brought $1455, 210-240

2nd & 4th Mondays-10:00, A.M. pounds $14.25, 240-270 pounds
$13.30, 160-180 pounds $13.60
Large Stock New Cole & Covington Planters & Distributors and 140-160 pounds $13.06 120-140 FARM FOR SALEBY AUTOMATIC TOBACCO STRINGERReduce
Parts to Pit Them.
Attending the party were Linda 260 acre cattle farm located 4 Your Harvesting Cost*- Eliminate Your Labor: Problems
CONTACT Musgrove, James and John Brim miles south of Branford on Old-
Mrs. Phil Brim. Pam and Phil town Highway U. S. 129. Also,
Woody Weeks-Bruce Weeks-Jack WeeksGEORGIA'S Klauman Randy and Ramona fronts state paved highway. 1/8th -

Ross Bobby Ratliff Mrs. James mile serve from 2 Steinhatchee miles from Game Suwannee Re- Look At These Amazing HAWK Features:

LARGEST Gaskins, Lynn Gaskins, Annette River. Fenced and cross fenced Dependable performance Day after Day. Operable by completely untrained help.
FARM MACHINERY AUCTION McElveen, Alvin Bembry, Susan with new 46" hog wire. 5,000 dead
LeFevre, Ted and Janet Landen heart Cyprus posts 1.4 acres tobacco Full 21' table top at the ideal loading height determined by experience on many
ANYONE CAN BUY OR SELL Sandra allotment 29 farms in many areas.
Brim Caroline Hart, and acres corn base.
8 mobile covered cow troughs 3
GJenda and Nedra Milton. water tanks with floats, plus 0 Smooth, heavy duty rubber belt providing easier loading with less leaf damage.

permanent water, $150 per acre. For trouble-free operation the belt moves on a unique steel slide.

CALL Easy to adjust variable speed control up to 1600 sticks in 8 hours.

A new Synchronized packing arm to ensure consistent but gentle pressure duds
AUCTION DOLLAR DAY T. W. CAUSE tying. Less damage to tobacco than hand tying.

FR 2-3394
0 A simplified mechanism sealed in oil, means no maintenance, years of trouble
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA free operation and provides maximum protection from dirt, sand and moisture.

I 0 Rapid conversion to stripping room table for conveyorized grading, cutting days
SALE I off the grading time.

PARKER'SDRIVE 0 Dollar savings you can rely on not just unproven claims but based on actual experience -
of over 500 farmers using the Eagle and Hawk In 1961. Savings In tying,
S IN in curing, in stripping, and In grading add up to Bigger Profits on every poundof
Reg. .$3.99-$4.99 tobacco harvested. Eliminates hand tiers entirely.
Phone 362-1832 0 Rugged welded steel frame. Solid and sturdy, yet trim and slim.
Now $3.00
r'i 0 The Positive Action automatic cutter
BEST FRIED CHICKEN Eagle. string that has proven so successful on the

0 Readily adjustable string tension needle and looper controls and variable sttteh,
i I :': Chicken Box C9e length eliminate fallout during curing.
WHITE OXFORD : Served with French Fries,
Salad and Hot Rolls 0 Mounted on 4 rubber tired wheels for easy positioning. Tongue equipped fer
LADIES Xtra Large 99c movement to new locations.

CATFISH, SHRIMP 0 Guaranteed for one full year against defects in material and workmanship.

CHILDREN DINNERSWith 0 Sold and Serviced by Reliable, Responsible Dealers. Service when you
All The Trimmings

$1.50 Take. The BIG STEP Today

Fresh Custard Ice Cream .
Milk Shakes, and Sundaesof For BIGGER PROFITS Tomorrow!
Narrow and medium width. Not often you can buy All Flavors. '

first First Quality at such a saying. Hurry while sizes We Root.Beer Furnish- 40 Jugs Per Gallon See Your HAWK Dealer Today .. (

are.complete. ; COMPANY WATCH FOR le SALE
: ......... ..'.an'.wumfwiT mad FARMERS

'-,, :<.. '. "' .. SHOE DEPT. TAKE OUT ORDERS 362-2571 ,


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7, 1963
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I, 1 ; Social Security Answerstt Pine Level ., .... e 1 tional(girls Tournament and boys) at at the Lake InVita-City.

Florida, February 7-9, 1963, was
( Note: These questions my monthly check if I work afterI Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore, Mr. ors in Valdosta, Ga., Tuesday.Mr. given to James Miller, M. L. Ho-

and answers are compiled by William start to get checks. Is this true? and Mrs. Carl Baxter Mrs. Bertha and Mrs. Drew Holmes gan, G. F. Jones, Leo Washington.

M. Eagles, District Manager ANSWER: Only partially. You Berglas, and Carl Tressler Vis- were supper guests of Mr. and Professional leave was granted

i for the Social Security Administration must make more than $1200 a ited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday Fred Armstead to visit Consolidated -

at Valdosta. Eanes invites year as a general rule in order to Saturday night. night. 11 High School at Lake Butler,

readers: to mail their questions to have your payments refigured. We Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmesspent
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner were Florida, January 23, 1963, to observe -
him at P. O. Box 918, Valdosta will also refigure them to include Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Team Teaching Technique.

4 Ga. Please do not mail your inQuiries your earnings for the year in Avon McMullen in Live Oak. B. Wilson in Live Oak Saturday.Mr. Professional leave was approved -

to this paper.) which you put in your claim and Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl and Mrs. Jasper Crews of ..rr for Lex Roberts to accompany

QUESTION: I have over thirty also at age 65 to take into account Tressler attended services at the Nocatee and Mr. and Mrs. Willie 20 DCT students to the District

thousand dollars paid in now. checks held back for any reason Episcopal Church in Live Oak Howell were dinner guests of Mr. Convention in St. Augustine. .

How much will my wife and I after you started to get them. Sunday morning. and Mrs Drew Holmes Saturday.Mr. Florida, February 8, 1963.

draw at' 62 years old? I am now QUESTION: I am 74 years old.I Beth Ann and Max Lepper and Mrs. Grover Baxter '-- r r Professional leave was approvedfor
tt 59. My wife is 60. do not get social security checks.I spent Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs.J. and Joyce,"of Kissimmee and Mrs. Mfr as g Pearl Zinober to attend 1 day

ANSWER: We can give you on- live off of my investment in- F. Toole. Charles Fernandez of Gainesville Conference at Tallahassee, Februa

ly a very rough idea of how much come. Now why at this late date Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes vis- spent Friday night with Mr: and : :;..;.-- .. ary 4, 19&3.Permission.
am I required to get a social security ited Mrs. Bertha Berglas and Carl .- -----.or-- .
r, you and your wife can get when Mrs. L. P. Fortner. $ =- was granted for use

you reach age 62. You see wdon't number? Tressler Monday night. Rufus McMullen Jr. of Live of buses as needed to transport4H

t know how much more you ANSWER: All Federal tax accounts Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McLeod Oak is spending a few days with :: "' boys and girls to Florida

will earn before you start to get are being numbered in and children were dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes. O- CITRUS INDUSTRY State Fair in Tampa, Florida.
1963. The Social .
Security number ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley
your checks. If you have includedall February 16, 1963.A .
I was found to be the best meansof Sunday.Mrs. MINUTES, BOARD OF PUBLIC IS NEARLY 400 YEARS OLD HISTORY RECORDS THAT
your earnings after 1936 in the motion was made by Brim.
thirty thousand'you have paid tax setting up these records. As of Milton Platt of' Gainesville INSTRUCTION, SUWANNEE ORANGES WERE GROWING AROUND ST. AUGUSTINE with a second by Crews to self

now, the social security numberis spent last week here with her COUNTY, FLORIDA IN 1579 ABOUT
on, you would probably get at 200 YEARS BEFORE CAUFORNIA'S FIRST parcel of land at the Little Bethel
also the individual's personaltax parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Live Oak Florida PLANTINGS. '
least .
$50 a month at age 62. Your ,. School site to Roosevelt and Evelyn -
account number for the tax Clark and 5 1963 >- ; ..:,
few -
wife a days with her February -
p would get about $20 a month. .- Mitchell for _.00. Motion
If you have stated only your earn returns made to the Internal Rev brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and The meeting was called to orderat n 'Y' f carried.As .

i ings after 1950, you and your wife enue Service. So while you may Mrs. Leroy Hunter.Mr. 9:00: A. M., by Otto Dickman, there was no further business -

would get quite a bit more. not need the social security num- and Mrs. Ernest Holmes Chairman. Other members presentwere Another Important .. \ i V the meeting was adjourned

14 i QUESTION: If people who work ber for social security purposes, were supper guests of Mr. and : V. V. Brim, L. M. Crews Jr., FLORIDA PRODUCT, PHOS ; at 5:30 P. M.Everett.

for you don't want to pay social you will need one to make sure Mrs. Drew Holmes Tuesday night. Thonis Barnett, and Henry E ... L. Williamson
L you keep your tax record straight Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mrs.E. Vann. ( PLANT FOOD)
security, do you have to turn it in Supt. and Secretary
? with the Internal Revenue peo- J. Paulk Sr. in Live Oak Wed- The Devotional was given by HAS HELPED MAKE FLORIDA '
anyway Board of Public Instruction
ANSWER: Most individuals ple. Persons who already have nesday afternoon.Mrs. Rev. J. W. Baillie, Westwood Bap- THE WORLD'S MAJOR PRO Otto DJckmmn, Chairman

their social security numbers J. F. Toole and tist Church Live Oak Florida.
have no choice about paying social Jimmy, DUCER OF ORANGES, GRAPE- Board of Public Instruction
security on their wages. When should make sure that this num- Mrs. Harry Lepper and Robin; Minutes of the previous meet- '
the work they do comes under social ber is shown on their Federal tax Mrs. Donald Wilson, and Mrs. ing were read and approved.Mr. TANGERINES.5 :l Live Oak Florida

security, the report of their returns. Drew Holmes were business visit- J. L. McMullen appeared :;; J' I .,>>,' February 11, 1963
before the Board and related :,,
n I wages must be made and the social SPECIAL MEETINGThe
security taxes paid. We imagine problems concerning space need-
J j meeting was called to order -
Beachvilleday. ed for expansion of his plant. He
you are talking about at 10:30 P. M., by Otto F

l i household or farm workers who made a thorough explanation of Dickman, Chairman Other mem-

sometimes will tell you they don't his needs and asked that he be stalled on all Suwannee County burg, Florida, from January 30- bers present were: Thonis Barnett -
Rev. Roberto Gerald
of Bowling Services were held in the Ft.
I -' want to pay social security. If you Park speaker here Sun- permitted to lease a narrow stripof School buses. Motion was seconded February 2, 1963, was approved. H. E. Vann, V. V. Brim, andL.
was guest White
Church this
.; go along with them and fail to. year I property owned by the School by V. V. Brim. The motion Professional leaves, for one- M. Crews Jr.
day. We had two good services for the world day of and
I' prayer Board at the Suwannee Jr. High carried.
turn it in, you will end up payingthe half day, were granted to Geral- A motion was made by Brim,
and a number of visitors. Mr.
they report a inspiring meet-
full tax yourself, often with Gerald accompanied his wife and very School site. Further discussion was held dine Nelson, Leo Washington, and seconded by Vann, to accept the

added penalty and interest. ing.F. It was pointed out that the concerning the prices of cold Earl Carter Sr.,, to attend Hi-Y recommendation of Principal William
of Mr. and Mrs. -
I they were guests E. Terry attended church
1 # Whenever your employee tells you Trustees were custodians of the storage freezer units felt to be and Tri-Hi-Y State Conference R. Hall, Superintendent Williamson -
W. H. Tidwell.
l services Sunday and was a guestof
he doesn't want to or doesn't have school property and would haveto needed by the county. Mr. Thonis meeting in Jacksonville Florida, '. and the Board of Trus-

: to pay social security tax, get in Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Bailey of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Beach. be considered before any School Barnett suggested that prices for Friday, February 15, 1963. i tees, to employ Wyman Townsel

j touch with us for correct infor- Dowling Park were visitors here We are glad that Mrs. M. M. Board action could be taken. Such such units be obtained from local Professional leave was granted I as Head Football Coach and Athletic -
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Tidwell is better and hope she matters to be brought to the
mation. are persons also. Gladys Jones to attend the Eleventh Director at Suwannee High

QUESTION: I am 64 years old and Mrs. Willie Odom returned will soon be well again. attention of the Board of Trus- :Mr. John Cade, Principal, Pine Annual Guidance Conferenceat School for the 1963-64 school e
The Beachville W. H. & F. M.
and still work Would it be ; home Sunday after spending Florida A. M. I
some. tees.An View Elementary School and Di- and University, I year. Motion was carried unam-
'/ worthwhile for me to try to get ten days visiting Mr. and Mrs. will meet Friday afternoon at the invitation to attend a ban- rector of Adult Education, outlined February 17-19, 1963. mously.As .

.' :some social security checks now? G. L. Carter in Jacksonville. church. All members are urgedto quet at Suwannee High School his need for some teachersfor Professional leave was granted there was no further business -
attend there will be electionof
ANSWER: We can't advise you O. D. Beach visited his son-in- as Cafeteria, February 26, 1963, at the adult program and asked LaFrances W. Stephens to accompany the meeting was adjourned.

a, what to do. But we would suggest law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rev.officers.Marvin 7:30 P. M. was read to the School permission to employ personne N. H. A. Chapter to Florida Everett L. Williamson
Odom filled his
that you let us look up your rec- Bill Barkley in Newberry Friday. appointment Board. This program is scheduledfor for the remainder of the year. Ap- State Fair February 8, 1963. Supt and Secretary
at the Deep Creek
ord and tell you how 'much you We are glad to learn that Mrs. Church Lake Kiwanis Teacher AppreciationWeek proval was given for Nathan Temporary duty to chaperoneand Board of Public Instruction
near City Sunday.
could get if you decide to put in Barkley is some better. as proclaimed by Governor Wooley and W. R. Powell as Ad- otherwise instruct, Douglass Otto Dickman Chairman

your claim. You may be missing Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beach of business Jesse Kirby visitor of here Cedar Wednesday.Mrs. Keys wasa Farris Bryant and is an effort ult Education teachers for the High School Basketball teams Board of Public Instruction

out on some payments right now. on the part of the local Kiwanis remainder of the present school
Beachville and Mr. and Mrs. Martin -
s W. H. Tidwell was a busi-
Club to tribute to the teachers
QUESTION: I have heard that pay -
Beach and son, Scott, of Gainesville year.
ness visitor in Live Oak Monday.
you will refigure the amount of visited relatives in and of Suwannee County, during Bids were opened at 10:00 for

i the week of February 25, 1963. band instruments. A motion was
and Mrs. B. E. Spooner had "To the press alone, checkeredas The Board expressed its appreci- made by Barnett, seconded by

7ot9St their sons, Ernest and Ned Spooner it is with abuses, the world is ation for such a program and for Crews, to accept the low bid of

of Jacksonville with them over indebted for all the triumphs the invitation to attend. 467.95 from the Flowers Music

the week end. which have been obtained by reason Mr. Robert E. Constante's let- Center, Tampa, Florida, for one BETTER QUALITY

Ct666: Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Odom at and humanity over error and ter of January 24, 1963, was read (1) Reynolds B Flat Fiberglass

tended the joint services of the oppression." James Madison. relative to an increase in his sal- Sousaphone and Fiberglass carrying -
ary as bus driver from the Flor-
churches around Ft. White Fri- case. Motion carried.
ida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch. No action A discussion was held concerning LOWER COSTS.TOBACCO

Card Of ThanksTo was taken to change the the reluctance and negligenceof

salary and Superintendent Wil- some colored instructional '
friends who sent
my many
was instructed to write personnel to make payments toward -

y i CONDITIONING ENGINEERS me so many cards and expressed Mr. C6nstante about this matter.A debts that have been incurred -
their interest in me, together
request from Mr. J. W. Mas- The Board its
NATURAL GAS expressed
FOR LP OR with those who visited me whileI

i We have competent engineers to give you estimates and draw was in the hospital, and to the sengill for payment of work done disapproval of such negligence on

*[blueprints for your central heating and air conditioning needs fine and efficient staff of nurses, during Christmas holidays was the part of its employees and requests CI

,for LP and Natural Gas. who worked denied. The Board felt that such that such obligations be
to Dr. Sotolongo so
1 (We lend or sell tanks or have metered system whichever the work was a part of his regularly met as promised.A .

[customer prefers. faithful for my restoration of assigned tasks and that such motion was made by Barnett.

SEE OUR C01\IPLETELINE OF HEATERS health concerned.And I .am very grateful to all work done during this period of seconded by Vann, to adjourn the Silent 71an .

1 time (Christmas vacation) did meeting from 12:00: to 1:30: P. M.

W. C. COPELAND JR. thanks a million to each not merit extra compensation. to enable the School Board and

i of you. Superintendent Williamsongave Superintendent to be OIL
Rev. Tom W. Allen I present, as
HUnter 3-2218 Madison, Florida a report concerning the : guests, at a dinner given by the
(Paid Notice)
charges for use of lights at Reeves Suwannee County Home Demonstration 4.

Field in Live Oak, Florida. A Club. The motion carried.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN recommendation of charges for BURNER
AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN- The meeting reconvened at 1:30
TY. IN PROBATE.IN lights used by the Suwannee High P. M.
}. Public RE Brantley: Estate Rees of :Mills, School Athletic Department is to Approval was given for paymentof dependable economical to operate long lasting

deceased. be given further study and that mileage, at county rate, to low upkeep easy to operate cures high quality
Notice Of Filing Petition For Final
f I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD pear In said Court to show,cause, if any Discharge .f Administratrix: such responsibility] for the payment of Manuel T. Gaines. Such paymentis the outstanding choice of tobacco growers-year after
> JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR you can why the actions or said Courtin Notice is hereby given that I have determined after for mileage one way to Business _
SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. admitting said Will to probate should, filed my final return as administratrix such study has been made. Education Teachers Conference yearl
of the estate of Brantley Rees
stand unrevoked.
RE: Adoption of not Mills, deceased and I have filed Upon the recommendation of
REGINALD GEORGE GLEASON by 8/ REECE BROWN, my at Fort Lauderdale Florida.
LAURENCE G.. MacMANUS and County Judge petition for final discharge and will on Superintendent Williamson L. M.
Suwannee County Florida the 22nd day of March 1963 apply to leave for Robert E.
MaeMANUS, his
HELEN NOTICETO 42-45 the Honorable Reece Brown Judge of Crews Jr.. made a motion that Constante to attend Driver Edu-

: MARY GLEASON Address Un- LEGAL NOTICE final Suwannee returns County for final for approval discharge of as said ad rear view outside mirrors be in- cation Conference at St. Peters-

known: Notice Is hereby given to all persons ministratrix of the estate of Brantley
You are hereby notified that a peti-
whom it that I will not be Rees :Mills, deceased. _
may concern
tion for adoption has been filed to adopt
Reginald George Gleason and that a responsible for any obligations incurredby Dated this 13th day of February, Quality is your best investment
hearing will be held in the office of Circuit anyone except myself or by Ned Dele- A. D. 1963.MYRTLE
Judge, Samuel S. Smith at the gaL as my Attorney in Fact. L. MILLSAS -
Marvin P. (Mickey) Delegal Administratrix of the Estate -
Courthouse in Lake City Florida on or 1
of Brantley Rees Mills,
before the 30th day of March 1963. If 40-43 deceased.
you fail to do eo, judgement by default 41-44 What
will be taken against you for the relief IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, pasture
demanded in the Complaint.
Florida this 22nd day of February. 1963. RE: The Estate of
Clerk of Circuit Court Deceased. fertilizer -.
Suwannee County Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS program gives
(SEAL) All creditors of the Estate of Arthur vs.DAVID. Plaintiff, .
deceased hereby notified
By; Geraldine M. Gamble Linton are
ClerkG. and required to file any claims or demand R. ROSE.
A. BUIE JR. which they may have against said Defendant.
estate in the office of the County Judgeof AMENDED NOTICEIN
Columbia County Courthouse Suwannee County, Florida in the THE NAME AND BY THE AUTH- the best beef gains ?
Lake Florida
City for Petitioners Court House at Live Oak. Florida with. ORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: .
Attorney in six (6) calendar months from the TO: DAVID R. ROSE, Baptist Hospital -
42-45 date of the first publication of this no ;, of Columbia County South
tice. Each claim or demand must be i Carolina:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, filed in duplicate, in writing and must A sworn Bill of Complaint having
i IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY, state the place of residence and post been filed in this Court against you purbsef fibs are the result of plenty F" .. OIL TOBACCO CURER
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN office address of the claimant and mUtt the relief therein sought being divorce. of food hrh high quality pasture. .. ,
RE: The Estate of You are required to answer said Com-
be sworn to by the claimant his agent
pactore fertilized according to a long ,
E, W. TRUSSELU or his attorney, or it will become void plaint on or before March 15, 1963, -range*
Deceased. according to law. furnishing to W. J. Winhnrn Jr.. Live toll-planned program. For Those Who Want Automatic
Your. local Afnco fiddmaa r qualified to !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS a' FRANK LINTON Oak. Florida Plaintiffs Attorney a copy -
AU creditors of the Estate of E. W. Executor thereof'else Decree Pro Confesso will help you ftt started on your Afnco Program Tobacco Curing At Its Best
TruBsell. deceased are hereby notified 42-45, be entered against you. of pasture ferti1iza OlL Vnder the = -
and required to file any claims or demands WITNESS my hand and the official Afnco Program, reecmmendttioBS are -
which they may have against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE seal of this Court at Live Oak Florida Awl by experienced; Aneo Soil service _
aid estate in the Office of the CountyJudge THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF this the 20th day of February. 1963. agronomists for your particular pastor = Safer automatic temperature control automatic fuel
of Suwannee County Florida in FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS coBitiona. Tbty'n baaed on a study of cut-off
the Court House at Live Oak Florida Clerk Circuit Court
,NEE COUNTY. IN jroor'soil type and plant food co.teotyour
within six (() calendar months from DIVORCE AND CHANCE Suwannee County Florida
the date of the first publication of this (SEAL) grazinC program your! p dm.5dd hatory.
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notice. Each claim or demand must be PlaintiffJIMMIE By; Geraldine M. Gamble D.c. For belt beef gars, follow the TCCOBanendatjons rust-proof alumlftvm burner ;
filed in duplicate, in writing, and must 'VI. 41-44 included ia your Afnco Props Cleaner heat, lower fuel cost
elate the place of residence and post L. RODGERS >e Report, using Acuco fertilizes st
office address of the claimant and must DefendantTO IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .the ntet 1UQ'ated.Then you can be auryouTJ __-
be sworn to by the claimant his agent, : Jimmie L. Rodgers, whose last IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUN- get ntaxiaaa rttarna from your far -ttt, Lower upkeep, high quality consfrudionUp I ie 53%
or his attorney, or ft .will become. void known address is Fort Gordon, TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE tea i.... -t..Coatact your nearbyAttica
according t. law. Georgia. IN RE: The Estate of sftoi Jar man details. rv.msq r ar w w.w w 4rqtBetter oil savings
./ Ruth B. TrussellExecutrix You are hereby notified that a Com- ELIZABETH JANE NEVEILS HARRIS.
plaint for a divorce has been filed in Decease
t 42-48 the above named Court and you are required NOTICE TO CREDITORS results. the 0 10 year warranty stove body and feWBtT* IttIrIc
to serve a copy of your Answeror AD creditors of the Estate of Elizabeth controls and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Pleading to the Complaint upon the Jane Neveils Harries deceased are motor pipe accepted
IN AND FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY Plaintiffs Attorney Wm. Randall hereby notified and required to file any
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEIN Slaughter. P. O. Box 508. Live Oak. claims or demand which they may have AGRICODifference
RE: The Estate of Florida and file Jie prigjnal in tJe office against said estate in the office of the PLUS
ARTHURJJNTQN.. I of the ,Clerk of the Circuit Court County Judge of Sawannee County,
Deceased. on' or before 'the 15th day of March Florida in the Court House at Live
NOTICE OF PROBATETHE A. D. 1963, if you care to contest the Oak. Florida, within six (C) calendar tiltIng Heal Spreader for complete control over Mat
STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL same, otherwise the allegations of theCoptplsbt months from the date of the first publication distribution; Steel box-easily' i)11kOla
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THB ES -wi#-be-taken ma confessed. by of this notice. Each claim or locfce'dWnclQ&tg: ..
Yon are hereby notified that a written I Done and ordered in Live Oak. Su- writing, sad must .tat. the place *f -.......M,.....e' riwirM' '
instrument purporting be the Last 'wannee County Florida, this 12th day. residence and post office address of the -- tcztckAF.TAmlaa
Will u4 Testamegt .f' the above"*decedent 'I if Itftruarr., A.! )."!">?. elabaad fnd must"be sworn to by the DEALERS
has been admitted to probate-fa '(SEAL) -- eJtaimui. nii *aaent'pr his attorney or . M
aid Court. -' r I" Xavanghn A. Sessions tt'wiU become void according to law. f SUWANNEE DRAIN CORP. : tY. stusoea. n. C. HftlPHT, >Iftl>t
You are hereby commanded Clerk of Circuit Court ALFRED T. AIRTHAdministrator _
(I) calendar months from?J be.te'of4tbe ; J5wannee County, Florida BRANFORD FEED MILL 'INC.0'...-coL..Ha.OM'O
first publication of this notice to ap 40.4S 41-44 .
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