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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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... 1l"IItlO/lS :Will Play Gasoline I HangarTo I County 'rolulls $843,633;

." ,ulon Here FridayThe Schools
I $1.4 Million i
Siiwannce Bulldogs wil Be InstalledAt Budget
play Madison her Friday nigh
Hudgets for Suwannee County and the Board of Pub-
In their second game of th<
INS football season. County AirportThe lie Instruction totaling more than two million dollars will

I The area west of the stadium go Into effect for the 1965-66 fiscal year October 1. Muchof

formerly wd aa parking space Board of County Commla- the budgets are based on a 45.5 mill property tax this

... game night I* now ward foe loners Saturday granted permission "vear.Atlnlt.
Afe physical edneatloa eJ..... to 8. E. Montgomery Jr to While the property evaluation!
Fans living within walking, build a hangar and make gasoline Seats Reserve for the county rose almost IU
distance are asked t. da s. Itpermit available to airplane it the million last
over year, to IIS.008,*
parking space for eutfUwn Bu.*nnec County Airport. I .It SI IS Games 100. the mlllaie WM nightly d.-
111"' ''. The Board gave permission to All Adult sealing at home creased from 4159 to 49 SO.

1r 1 V .B. Sonnj) Brown Gulf Oil football games this season will Buwannee County Board of
distributor to Install a tank and be reserved, according to John Public Instruction will operate.
I' BULLDOGS 36 pump for loo-Ot.ne gasoline Johnson !Riiwannee! Flub prlnrlpal under" a budget of 11,43130.: of

J JASPER 6Se'C Montgomery agreeil to have personnel and athletic director, but which 1343.194 cornea from 20
I available to operate the will.. rent nothing t.lr.. mill tax on local property The
Story Page 6 pump on call from 7am. to 9pjn. Tickets ar* .n sale this week itate Minimum Foundation allocation .

I dill,. at MfCrimon1 Office Supply I to Buwannee' County account .
North Florida Telephone Com for the Madison game at 91II for the largest income I
8 New Directors pan mill Install a pay phone at per adult. Children below Ih. Item In the school' budget, "::11.-
the alrpoit Montgomery said. 7lb gads may lit In the adult 039: according to Dill Burch
Elected To Board Montgomery will build a hangar section for 79 rats per seal. schools' flacal officer
for a twin-engine airplane he Students In grade 1.It Trachert' salaries account for

bought ,",nU,. lie said Monday mint kit In the ttvdent section more than one million dollar \
i Of Farm Bureau that the gas pump will be installed .r pay for an adult tit let. Burch said that the budget I II
a* won a* a lease and lostlon ,.h_ Mid that the adult "
bout the sans M lat year,
Dell rasa. left. talk with Farm Bores. President Waller tUberta. renter, and
The Suwsnnee County are agreed' upon. ration la reserved .. allow tins except for construction coat of .
II Director 1. Fletcher Jr. fish the aaaaal .. .$. Farm
T. daring the fry at Farm Bureau meeting Thursday .
Bureau named eight new director" No telephone or gaxollnc U now U select their seal early rathrr the new Buwannee High School ,
(Facto Br Dan .SUteer) to IU It-man board at the annua) available I' the 3.000-foot lighted than have U cam to the building.

meeting In the Coliseum Thursday asphalt strip west of Live Oak game early I. gel a lad seal. Construction coat of the new

night Congressman Don Fuqua I building U estimated *t 1400000. \
First Gathering Sine War
OTHINKINv was guest speaker at thlmeeting. 700-Aerp Project Prointsetl An Office of rnwrieney Planning .I
t '<< rant given by the Federal Government .
LoUD.wau. I 19.10 National Guard Company The W 8. Ward family olUiravUle following flood damage
oUT WM named Farm FamUy County Begins Effort To Develop 'provided 1174000 for the new

....... of the Year for IMS.New Khool.
LMM C. w. To Hold Grand Reunion Here I
director for a two year Recreation Area On Suwannee Race track funds allocated the
tens eiplrlng in 1M7 are II. C. achool board by the state eornp 1
Bound good. Plans 'for a grand reunion of the 95 enlisted men I Aue. W B. Crew. Oertld GambleJohnny roller Increased Ibis year by
That an air of optimism prevail and eight officers who were inducted into federal wr, Jenkins. Johnny Bhep- The Hoard of County Commissioners began atur- .17.000. according te Burch.

/, to UU area U beoomtoi vice on November 25. 1940 at the) old National Guard Mod J, R. BluoVr Eugene Tur. day an effort to develop an extensive 700-acre recreation The County Commlaitoner

more evident for the many Faro armory located oa Wilbur Street, were) drafted her. Tue... man and Henry Watson. area near Suwannee Springs and' a local' delegation visited budget total M43.11119. The
pramg that are being t.a1ked I day night by a committee headed by Colonel George H Current director who will ton recreation sited across the county early this week to befamiliar btggvat tingle Item a general fundof
tndlcat we are pcrbap 01'yjssssssfft I Jnwe on tha board few with aucceaaful similar project) .
about Dale aa general chairman.The -- on. mon .. _. /311,33,1include salaries
101 men entered federal I Blinding Join the other uniU I pear are Clyde HarreU. Jim Lone., Dr. Donald Bureh of lbS BIa- --- ---- of county official, grneral court- J
service: a* Company E. 134th Infantry of the list Division T i II. --. T Fletcher Jr.., wannee Hirer Park Board. recreation' area around Lh' house operation other admlnta*
.' and movedu Jq Carol, The first lathering of the grout, Pelton Hudson Walter Robed I tr Agent Paul Onus, and country Places visited include .IhBl .I tratlve building maintenance, and i
SSSSSASIA
:' since the war will be held at Ux' C. Copeland, and U t JohrA.. Buddy) NolU chairman Mars attraction near Delia. mosquito control.Ahd'"tnldWa4.
,lisct tied Itagil a few yew f* new National guard Armory ajrUM '. The odors. of president, vice n uwannee'I' >.veh>0 nen. A la? UM San 'e.a..c. ..1'Ian It "
dneJoslDe nby & Facts tlehigr'CertbererlFor Jf.wbem4 .. ':00 pm. ...dftn. and .... COUft-1 and Disneyland. '-" < "Mothe'g..ear; s ,
reran boW faataaW secretary amir I? appeared before the find to no ooa for ......,....,... '
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twee ID Pbelda ...nee World New AssessmentTa on Saturday November 17 1.ooaIponponfd I will be filled by the board al, .....rctar. They requested II la' hoped thai fund fromUM eapviuM ef lie laser ...*sinr*
Wit AaaMMNT w. ....ht4 sponsor the reunion 13' October S ....un,. the county secure a 70o-aar* Florida Development Ownmission 01'....
QTOSth and dl'ft SDWa Gray said "....., that a team from Its actual dale anhat Door pnaee were given at the of land west of UB. II* I and the federal"" 1O..n-1 1"u.lnrwe lieahwial Ubr-
aU" bU tGDoftd a northward .r etgbt aw* fens ass stun Thanksgiving Day Mla year would and a fish fry WM ..."eeI'l tut tile Suwannee River at I I ment will b. salisbl. lo Mi,.*I sty I. butttfetod 171000 for capital
It centered not 100 week and neil be the official I9th anniversary of I north end ef the county for a county for denleposenof in outlay for renovation and addition
ibis
pattern wU be bray
d I11dI' Into active service. area. The location of the all*, be.
In the ** 1N4 the mustering recreation area.Tts to the bulkilrifl. w
ago gathering tafcraaaUea for County
many section Je&rI of the- state, pre -n&a. efforts to locate member of I Board passed a motion to I ween Interstate. Highway 10 The read and bridge fund of
., then the company whose whereabouts I begin purchase of the land Included and 79 ha been cited .. an awl
are total 1360*
In the Orlando Gray mid. that b* said "apprvdato I the county budget
rineJly to the OeaU-aalneertn all cvarteey sad *.. are not now known rill be under Assigned! To LocalTreasurer's In the proposed project. to IU poUntlal success.In the Board M4Ma
further business
IMIDI taken. Local relative and friend County Commissioner Lur
SSSU recerU S.
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be
and more .peraUsa" ad tbat
Shave around' Lake win be asked to assist In this task B. Roberaon and Lamar Hancock approved' a request by the IJv
centered peak win ware with UM Committee to plan detail for Office|'joined Burch Crew, and Notl Oak Lions Club to place a crack 1\ Sludrnla... Film
staff.
city.In TaJatIa M0 the event M announced by ale I leaving Saturday to tour other .r and eartdy machine an. ttlt'I
\lie IIaMIIUDw II will take alt to etg taisatbe Courthouse for fundi for LionS
been HrrrThe
are: Columbia County hM ; Front Soil DMrlrt'
tile .. .t UI and agrorthand to prepare ... aew gas Langford. added. to the five counties' assign '! civic project.
Paul D.
Finance: (: To Adapt! l
also enjoyed .... Gray car. and but eipeetato Notification and Invitation ed to the Live Oak Field Office Jly Kxprrlnl | A letter of resignation from H.ll aoll conservation film
development of sl nbIe pore add sell aea to gather I.r.rmal.Ma ..- "D ItooU", was furnished by
not take too [*on ". OlD and llarley M. aatablUhed her In August INS New Uiulgrl To.ilgil Maughan, assistant county M* ep
\k'InIMn"1' \ doe find 11II...n- .. OctoWr.a Brown by the late Btate- Treasurer Ed: I The Live Oak City Council met ent WM icrepted The resignation the Buwannee River Boll and
to
much taiagmalkm IDNa a2T Food" Lawrence W Lee and .arson. Administration of Flor Tuesdsy night to begin preparingfor I. effective about October I. Wla.r Conservation District last
nee CwmtyTi toeaOon I\IIIun.Ua.. 0 "Uf'I1clltTIrt't Bernard WeaverProgram Ides automobile financial rasp m.i adoption of the budget for aka Brown Motor to,w bid/ week te the fluwannee High VoUonal e

complex of giwwrerbap. !lAWN .* \lie About 394 persona attended a f Louie C WId.worthand I IMIlty law In Columbia Countywin nut year.Adoption. on too dump truck' 17.741 .alter Agriculture departmenl.
the my the school
by t.ouftd0 P-TA meeting Tuesday night at Mahone .... be handled thru the offs ef the new budget I.e.preted two tiade-ln, vat aeeetrfedBtaU Each monUi during
growtb pauern. ** an and Pine View School according to Member ef the company now here. Stale Treasurer Browardj I at a special .meeting tonight Tractor and Equipment year the district eupplto a film
....n' mar to MY bualnree hsd 11.. without chart lo the Vo-Ai de-
BIO Bunts president residing to Suwannee County will Williams announced this ,",III. I Thursday at 1:10: pjn. Company of Jacksonville
todusuy. Teacher were Introduced during b* host for the event Dale Mid.Wi. Williams said transfer of administrative according la Clerk !Harvey W.perA low bid on a back 4oader. 819.* partmenu In the eounl,. film

that educattoala a reception' and several project *... children and grandchildren aeuIUIt..nd processing *.4 after one caterpillar traUe-ln. The film come from the Boll
today the
On bear and kaort tovportant. were discussed for the corn- win be Included In the tovtuuon. of report of Cotumba public hearing on proposed which wa accepted. library maintained .by Ft.
becoming more tog be added. County from the OslnesvWe of. toning change will b* held at 7'30pm. Trw commissioner "lio sp- Conservation newts al
year Bas to the Live Oak office 1* designed October II at Clly Hall. The proved the county oayroll end Werth. Te.... an4 are available
I thtok this .. tow far a* ttf* to prevlo more efficient chance, recommended by the tone ordered a letter sent to Sheriff U> any other group withoutham.
become more eompiei and aotomsUon Presents Governor's TrojdtyCehwH Tvlee for residents of Columbia board, will affect tote 19 and II Duke McCallUUr approving the Then mat is rlHlUlllIad
enter every Held of human I I County. ef block 97. changing them. to release. of one prisoner foe labor from John Hampton, local Boil
those who prosperand "R-IA residential to C-t commercial tochnlclan.
endeavor Evaluation Center, Conservation Bvrvlee
Counties. assigned to the field al the Swine
sad
tile beast Mb
moist efrtre her when established were --
VtMrteaa pportunlOe a' gcatSto Uf.vetu, .Madison
need the know boa and knowledge "' ..." .., and Taylor .1"lIamlltDra. I Three Wrecks Week I
necessary to make dlsnvttis errata 1 Randolph II. Mal U drputJ'tomm During
electron.
m the age In chsri of the

lo k* found work to with advanUge.some r toed office which I* iocal4 at'M3 I Three aecldenU in the Uve Oak Sheriff Duke MtCaOteUf'. office left from im 4* north cf Uve Oak

TIM we can look wtthia aa 1tI Cast Howard Btreet 'r area I last week. left three perwni< I I I Last Wednesday at T:IS pan a and WM hit near the rear by a
hope. boar tocaUon. this city I 'rw The financial rep nbay law I Injured and damage of semsl pan*! truck driven by JC.NWth J r 144 ptekini truek The pickup,
area .f laOee. from college and la dMtgned to prouct Florida'nototku thousand I d t1at1. according to,I Furnish' 21. of Lake Coy, lurnedTrain ,driven b, John I. Fbrwer, of IJv.
are jeer four-year are by requiring an driver Oak hit four tenn pnal slier
univeraiUr and wtthia 10 muea lo comply with basic Insurancerevrage Homl Uut enlllslon and WM a total .....
taw )nlor college. rrqulrfotenu before opP-1 Knocks Auto ft// Both Flower* and W O. )livI.hl. .
of Live Oak M the ,
Derigrtatkm 4 rating an automobile on streets passenger were taken to the
site for one ef the new btdusutot.voeaUonal a set and highway of the (saw If ouch ftuwennee County Hospital with

achool te be nl.btah.d I '' 'driver have been tcofved. In an minor Injurlne,
.. la thla ...... appear krtcht at ) ac dm'. Furnish was chare4 with fall
this time. Such aa action wtw-d Yl tag lo yield ,,-hI" war cawing
add tasanensrty te e-tnesUonaJ epportnnniM ToG i an acdd ,
to the urea and pt-e r..Ut.IIfK'laldll, WM ..u...... lo the panel truck
Tide a badly needed amirtw ofeducaUon tnillruf't New nunc Unit owned by Jewel Tea Company
for ear PMP-C. both tltlt+l driven ... BWild. .
The Worth Florida Frodurtjoo ar A 1143: sedan by
young' and mart maUsre I Credit Aasoetation b on .M. !q. I.. JstkiomU! eollUled.lh
There la today a greater nre I ri unction of a new tM*OCt bdud- .. an Atlantic Coal Line train
for goon_ edwatkm o*> the part Hit :1)1 nine mile.
lug this week, aceordlng to Avb "r.1M on
of ear pope then I have ever r.T Fowler, genial monger, The north ef u,. Oil Friday morn-

area before. Many sauna. are. .dlding an. ls on O R. 12* and leg !*ut plrturei Winkle WM
sastlnd'thou': opporUmlt-e. so a Bpran* Street north ef U.. Oak.rvwtor ./ taken Iw tN Buwaitoee CountyHwpUst
!. be better knfenaed and tecjdUtff i said the building wfflrpfwride with sever laceration.

for better pos-Unr Job I about 94 per cent aaerej About liaod damage ... tnfttet
today el aS kind are laeif t* .m.. tote and parking for 34'MT ed en the ..,....
trapes educational mutremnrt \ Albert K. Due ear. rWH., shed ee* start W tbe aMbC to treat and back lot*. lietttrd A II.,..,- 4 Live Oak boy
and ta arrest these rMt-f rr.aireeaenta : .-.I stV Hwarteee, baadc ... OmraerM Trfy feeIH9 parktag problem and to I Ty* n T "Ie" .I, ran a *topn

*...*. we mast ban manand taraaagte. I te Cslsasl Ceaeiw ML Dal, J.rseeM.t ccYlear ef Ik* J37lbMgaal teased burtneai aa reasaae for .. at the mleTtactlon" ef in 134

new atawl etvextag-a-M De a4. ..lh CMaaMl ParraS. sad CMecwl ale are fenseraieamber .hbo move rat Ihetr prcaeni bvraUoa .t.- and IN 91 al 13:49 a ... BumUy

i .* ... Mal Artsy Jtatteaal Ocwrd ......... ftarrefl 9* aa Ohse ",.... lolling the rear ., a car drier
JIIOJed--; bead Aa apen bans orMMatbq sadmaul The INS Cheat.and... .U.k kM a kola ...IMW reWoy by Cddio J. CnftlM. Hlak" .speed
Th id IIw ... time dsasaMnfrve. aadiiial Urn flaa eaajslMJ jwarter > wtB WM eettsMtod al M asph.He ..
at coooty: mmmtoumn and is-i la ... ***** etbcr ..... tbe MBMary Pep........sad 9* eMaaid9a ... add fbockhsMcr wfcra tb* With geetang and aa ..m.Ygtat. ..... math Uve Oak so 5-UI M abase atwer kahtfiae resulted from the
... ..,... Irma II ingot'. sin its .4gs
t1e
cal deveiopmtat act mltf are 4 tbe Craig If pt-MI ... .
Jsalinaiem*. Tbe pmialitfsa tawk }*se smatUf .vet* black buOduif to aaard .. but a total d enl daaa.a
MrUac' eeftaJrOy bae merit lipid Armery la Jaiw.d wbsPe Cslaael: Bald aaM 9* baasV hat gaM.aoaary ..... haler .... .. B. WtaAJa. l.""lM aHB. IMO -...*, ... ... .,.,.... a ecewred] la the *.bM. Hick

Tte* aoaje attractsea. .f aaajor.racwtl 'I e cn.ae oseU.r f1.etrtrwgw.l/ .it'- .me nrlanlr faired to tW as.Weu&i ... charged with rectlca lt1M.:
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High's football victory over school and college levels, we wonder
Jasper Friday night brings credit to the whether scholastic achievement takes a Doyle E.

team and to Coach Will Roy Cooley and back seat to power on the athletic field. -.- Conner Taken From The Filet Of

his staff. This is well deserved, considering Too often it has, unfortunately for the Agriculture Is till the nation's TilE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT: ,
the lack of experienced players this school. biggest business.

year and the fact that a young new coach- Coach Cooley comes from Thomasville, According to the latest statistics
ing staff is training the boys. Ga., from a school which is noted for its agriculture employs 6 mil 1915 series of awards made by the club Suwannee River Farmers not
But something Coach Cooley also deserves outstanding football teams. He says that lion workers more than the to citizens who have rendered along the Suwannee are in bad
credit for is his attitude toward the the Thomasville record is due in part to combined employment In transportation Prof. T. B. Corr announce in Live that long year of service to Suwan need of surface water for livestock -
football he revealed the student who has public utilities, the i public: school will open nee County. and Irrigation.
team as it to the Ki- attitude that a poor automobile: Oak next Monday to end the summer a
wanis Club last Wednesday noon. Cooley grades has no place on a varsity athletic steel Industry and the vacation. Faculty for the

indicated that he and his staff consider team. This is the attitude that he bringsto Industry.Agricultural assets total about, year will Include Mis Edith McMillan. I William FFA D. (president Billy Gunter of,Live national National Emblem
adequate grades to be for Suwannee High School. Miss Bessie Golden and
a requirement $230 billion. This Is equal to about Oak. addressed the South Jack Many nations have selected
participation in the varsity sports programat We believe that such an approach to two-thirds of the value of current Miss Anna Montgomery for the sonville Kiwanis Club last Thursday flower a* their emblems, but
Suwannee High School coaching will lead to the best results on assets In all corporations in the high school. Miss Early. Miss Holbrook at a joint meeting attended some seem to have been more

Too often today, both on the high and off the ball field in the long run. United States, and about one-half Miss Willie Arabelle Steele Hopkins Miss also by the Lake City, Jumper down-to-earth than other The
the market value of all corpora Rhea. Miss and Live Oak clubs. national flower of El Salvador,
Miss Wellborn. Mrs. H. E. Carter,
tlon stocks the New York
on for example. Is the white flower
About and Mrs. Nettle Balsden are the
Stock Exchange. "Dig your wells deeper" was. of the coffee tree.a
The value of agriculture production grammar school faculty
OiftenSou the advice of geology experts
This assets represents over and convened here Tuesday to discuss : There is evidence weaving ass
$27,000 for each farm employee. Governor Trammell many I the possibility of damming the i known In the Stone Age.
local people enjoyed the Wood-
And Agriculture in Japan has also men picnic at Mayo Tuesday.U t

/ made tremendous progress. HEAD STAr
That The farm production index has 8. Senator Nathan P. Bryan
jumped from a low of 108 In 1949: and Rep. Frank Clark will! speak 4
to a high of 157 in 1904. at the Masonic ceremonies markIng -
TV Escape Season Update Election The only problem seems to be the laying of the cornerstone
for the Postofflce Building
new
The new fall TV season has opened with much Congress has at long last come to grips realistically that there are too many farmers here on October 2.
for the amount of land available.
fanfare and a splash of color. But there Is with the question of Presidential 'disabilityand Most farms average only about
little hope for those who are eagerly looking for succession, after years of much talk and no action 2'/a acres In size, The Board of Public Instruc-
an improvement In programs TV Guide Informs us on the subject Despite this drawback, the tion in their September 8 meeting
that of one hundred night-time programs sched- As a consequence there's now the opportunity Japanese farmer's standard of ordered a notice for bids on err
uled for the new season, ninety-seven are "escap- for the country to Insure Itself against a future i living has Improved. Approximately construction of a public school" a afafr,
ist." The other three are Informational.And protracted period of leaderless government If 85 per cent of them have building In Live.Oak.. 4 + s4nsr sI

the new prime-time drivel is apparently states avail themselves of a chance to write this television sets 51 per cent have
washing machines, 25 per cent
spreading even to Canada, where a special com- safety provision Into the Constitution.And have transistor radios, and 17 / 1910

mittee has just issued a report urging sweeping reorganization now that Capitol Hill has moved off dead per cent have refrigerators E. M. Barnett. O'Brien farmer ', LRIMtfrr
of Canadian radio and television denouncing center in this regard, it's time lawmakers also did In addition the diet of thr won the Fat Hog Show at the I
the domination of prime by "trivial en- something about the way the nation's leadershipIs Japanese farm family has Improved County Fair with a Spotted Poland -
tertainment shows" from the U.S. elected In the first place. as well as the housing China barrow Lryron Baker -

We know what they mean. But television In short, we think It's time fro the Electoral conditions. won the 4-H Club prize In the

people say they are giving the public what it College to be relegated to the realms of antiquity event.It .
wants. If what we want Is "escape" we've got where It properly belongs In its present form it The success of the Florida De-
partment of Agriculture's Festival was announced this week
it But only a die-hard glutton for punishment Is an outmoded cumbersome thing that has no '
of Foods at the Orlando Industries from the Jacksonville office of
would choose to escape with "The Munsters" or more place on today's political scene than a horseless Exposition taut year has I the State Welfare Board that the
"The Addams Family" In "My Mother, The Car." carriage on a superhighway Electoral votes caused a sudden surge of interestin I third district whose headquar
Be that as it may, the American public must should either be voted by each state according to other areas of the nation i ten are in Live Oak will enroll .tie jh
have somehow convinced the broadcasters that It the popular vote or abolished altogether, In a recent Issue of the Supermarket 112 men' Into the Civilian Con-

wants escape and that's what we're going to get- Worse than being merely a museum piece News, It was reported a servation Corps in October.
similar exhibit Is planned for the -
If it kills us. which I !
a tradition-loving nation Is loath to discard,
Georgia Exposition at Atlanta In County Judge Mack II. Padgett
One editorialist has observed: "If it is true the
present Electoral
College actually has the demonstrated November.It declared yesterday that only 800 ,
as the Frenchman said that every country has the potential for thwarting the will of the is believed that the Florida drivers In Suwannee County had t
government It deserves, it 1 Is hard to counter the electorate Instead of expressing It. Festival was the first of Its kindIn taken out drivers licenses for
argument that the United States ha the televisionit Intoday's computer area there's no difficulty In the nation It was designed to 194041.( October 1 1s the deadline .
deserves. counting the popular vote for President and Vice bring together Into one central and the judge said that James
AU of which is even more saddpning when occasional President in a general election and no reason for location all the agricultural product that are .,300 who should have B. Daniels
processed or manufactured new licenses, in this county
flashes of brilliance and reality Instead waiting months to certify the outcome grown
In the state; and then
of escape, show us what the television/ people are
-Lske Wales News
display then products In supermarket Principal C. V. Schoppe laid
really capable of producing. As one bright spot In this week. Funeral HomesLIVE
fashion Just as they that there are no more
the early fall season we were given, by NBC, an might appear In the nation's cases of "sore eyes" than usual
entire evening of prime time devoted to "American IItlckiIrirmtp Enterprise food stores.The among local school children, diapellint *
White Paper: United States Foreign Policy. Private industry has been urged by the Federal Festival not only drew food a rumored epidemic of OAK and BRANFORD

Perhaps three and a half hour of even a fascinating Government to help solve the economic problemsof buyers and military procurement conjunctlvltles.
documentary is a bit overlong for moat Appalachia. Yet when a private company announces officers, but the director of the a Now have two radio-dispatched oxygen-
television viewers, but those who stuck with this a multi-million dollar construction Georgia Exposition as well.
project Soon after the director's ,!alt. 1955Farris equipped ambulances on call twenty.
praiseworthy effort undoubtedly have a much that would
create
thousands of jobs and acceleratethe
Georgia state officials arrived In Bryant, former four hours each day in both Live Oak
speaker
clearer picture of how events of the past 20 years progress of a wide area, what happens A Tallahassee to discuss the project and
have brought about conditions of today federal department tries to block the project. with Department staff members. 's outstanding House of member Representatives of Florida and Branford..CALL.

Another early season documentary dealt with The Duke Power Company filed an application The Georgia officials agreed will be guest speaker at the annual *
the scaling of Mount Everest as photographed by last January with the Federal Power Commission that this project was one of the meeting of the Suvsnnec
National Geographic and presented on televisionIn for a vast steam and hydro-power complexIn best programs ever developed to County Chamber of Commerce on -. DAY OR NIGHT_
magnificent color A few more specials of this the western tip of South Carolina. promote agricultural productionand October 4.Former.
Eventually
the sale of Florida product, LIVE OAK BRANFORD
nature are planned for the fall but
they are few It would coat $700 million bring an estimated $1$
and far between In the steady diet of "escapism"that million Into Encouraged by the results of Governor Cary A. Hsr-
state and local
treasuries and 362.
add Florida 3333
the Festival of Foods, the dee was presented with 935-4100
Is being fed to American viewers. a eerUfi
,
some $24 million to federal tax
revenues The entire Department of Agriculture plansto rate cf) appreciation from the KIwanis -
Perhaps those of us who are weary with the project would be financed with private funds; design a bigger and better ex* Club last Wednesday by J. J. B. DANIELS JR. LF.D.
constant stress on escape are to blame for our own not one cent would be required of taxpayers. hlblt In Orlando next spring. L. VIcMullen.! former Kiwanipresident. ,

plight. How many, after viewing a really worth Now the Department of the Interior has come 0- It was the latest In a ,
while as well as entertaining program such forward with a petition to the FPC to compel Duketo Pet lovers are on the Increase in 1-
as are presented on the splendid Hallmark pro. purchase Its future energy requirements from the United States,
of net foods Ineresi- I
Bales are
grams, have taken the time to expreits our appreciation federal power project Where would the federal spectacular rate this

to the sponsor or the producer? Few If any, power come from? It would be generated at a cat foods sales advanc.
we dare say No wonder the TV moguls think we proposed hydro plant to be built with nearly $100 Iln.-.t-a-- rapidly than dot food S ,t
prefer Lucy to Lucia dl Lammermoor.A million of the taxpayer money at a site which

little escape may be a good thing every now would take 23,000 acres of land off local tax rolls. According to the Pet Food Institute STOP IT
and then. But we can't help wondering If American In addition to generating power the private In Chicago, sales advanced
viewers really want to "get away from It all" enterprise project planned by Duke would provide 54 per cent In the put six years
for ninety-seven out of one hundred water and 9 per cent In the last year DOC.
every programs supply, recreation facilities, and flood con. Volume of sales could reach > .
coming up this new season. Perhaps It's trol. The federal project would not
3 labillionpounds or $800 millionby
time for those of us who would like to to
come grips Question: Doe the federal government really the end of IMS. an Institute TICKLES
with reality every now and then to let our voices want private enterprise to provide the job that spokesman said.Customers ,

be heard. Are you listening NBC ABC solve economic problems? If It doe, It might be are showing an increasing
CBS. .r well to Interest In gourmet
pas the word to those who are Inclined to
Bradford County! Telegraph spending tax funds aa the cure for every social canned foods, dry and armi
or
economic 111. moist Items.It .
would seem that the life ofa
-Lake Wales News cat or dog Is not so bad after all. \
Peacemaker At War .

India, that nation which has ,
plumped for
peace everywhere else on the globe, I II now fighting The Suwannec DemocratOF Trailing llurncil Eyes"
Whether caused by flame or
another of its
war own making The contentionIs
LIVE chemicals a burn In the eye JUST AS
OAK FLORIDA: preventive medicine
over the Kashmir province, where most of the should be Hooded with water Immediately pays, gas too, preventive
population Is disposed toward Joining Pakistan. In* _!n the heart of the 5mtwm River "'.zl J" for approximately IS maintenance
dla want to hold Klshmlr. and has refused to BANNER minute, the Florida CouncU for helps to keep your home in good repair and

allow a vote of the Inhabitant to decide the Consolidated LEADER the Blind, aa,.. Hold the brad under extends the
issue. hbllab4'd Established 1184 August 2. 1897 Established 1888 a faucet or pour cool water life of your home investment Siding, window
Er-ry Thursday at fine tt Conner street
Indians outnumber Pakistan by about 4.5 to I, Into the eye from a clean utensil and roof
so the likelihood Is that the Indian will wlnn Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher but do not UM an eye CUP. Bum repairs adequate insulation heating and plumb

unless outside forces become Involved. Pakistan' T. A. Leonard, Jr. ........................... Editor should be examined by a doctoras
Clara S. Wadaworth soon as possible ing, repainting visit us at the Commercial Bank for
President Ayub Khan has been playing fooUle ........ Associate Editor a
with the Chinese Communist, who are no friendsof Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager Home Improvement Loan
India, but the betting Is that China wUl not enter George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman Major Products to keep your home in good

he fight over Kashmir. Second Class Portage Paid At Live Oat Florida Florid*'* major agricultural repair.
The United States had ahlpped war machinesto product are citrus and other
both India and Pakistan, which make It somewhat RATES SUBSCRIPTION: Suwannee Outalde Suwannee County $4..00 fruit, vegetable, nuts tobacco.
County $5 00
embarrassing to see these countries at war. poultry dairy products and Uvastock.
It must be embarrassing to Indian Prime Minister ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS: Payable In AdvanceFlorid .

Shastrl. too. He ha been busy trying to .

arrange a settlement of the Vietnam bualn....''and Income Up .: COMMERCIAL BANK

here he la leading Mi country Into a nasty little war. The Commerce Department reports -
Principle! are apparently meant for the other e JlDmEJ\OPI that personal Income In the OF LIVE OAK
fellow. When territory I* Involved the Indian United State tncreawd by $100
government can be a* belligerent a* any. 0.... per person last ,..,.. This boost LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
Milton Presa-aaMtte. war approximately fin per cent
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: I Miss l1f>fly Ann GaytordMr. Miss Land Reveals
(9f9AZi t.ed fh I I Her Wedding Plans Society o/Vcw* p tioicationA Polica

Miss Martha Vereen Land will J
I become the bride of Robert Hoi- new policy pertaining to society news In this newspaperwill
I comb Rutledge on Saturday. September become effective Immediately It was announced this week. "
WOMEN twenty-fifth at eight
H The new rules are aa follows:
o'clock In the evening at the
Westwood Baptist Church with 1. Wedding and social Information submitted more than 10
I CLARA S. WADSWORTH. Society Editor I I the Rev Ewell Johnson officiating DAYS after such events occur will be reported only In brief form t
I 1 t '1.u4 I and will Include only those Items deemed necesary to Identify
I w" Miss Land will be given In mar the Individuals or event.
Saint Francis XavierWomen's WSCS Workshop To BeHeld riage by her cousin Harold Land.
I Attending the bride-elect will 2. Bridal publication forma will be provided brides and proa.pectlve j
Guild MeetThe Today At ChurchThe be Miss Bobby Davis, maid of honor brides on request Requests can be made either by tele
Women's Oulld of Saint second ef two workshops I : Miss Shirley Herring and Miss phone or by letter Forma will be mailed on request
Francis Xavier Catholic Church I conducted by officers ef the Carol Ann Castlfberry. bridesmaids
met Tuesday, Sept 14. at 8 p.m. Tallahassee District Woman's I ; and Miss Nelda Sue Land. 3. One bridal picture or engagement win belied without :
In the Social Hall of the church. Society will be held today I I junior brldeamald. charge and must be not over 4x3 In alse. Olossy prints must be
Mra. Dente Hart, president (Thursday) beginning at tea The groom will have aa his best provided and this newspaper reserves the right to determine I
presided over the meeting. 'clock at the Tint Methodist. I man his father O. H Rutlf>dle. whether the picture submitted will or will not make a good cut "
Charrh. Ushering will be Pat Barrett.
The secretary report was given for use In the newspsper
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by Mra. Bobby Hormuth and Wyman Harvard Jr. and John
Mrs W. O. Hunt Jr. read the Kurt McCrimon Party flatten 4. If more than one picture Is submitted and used a charge j
treasurer report. Mrs Land will entertain with a will be made to cover the cost of the additional cut Laed.S. .
Father William Kelly the new Honoree Saturday reception In the Garden Center
pastor,, of Epiphany Parish met Mra. Danny B. McCrlmon entertained Immediately following the ceremony In reporting social Items It is requested that married
with the guild and opened and at her home on Semi- women be Identified by their husband's name, not by their
closed the meeting with prayer note Street Saturday with a mien- All friends and relatives of the Christian names. This applies especially to reports of women's
Mrs. Hugo F. Sotolongo lm- er roast honoring her son. Burt. couple are Invited to attend both organisations.
mediate put president. WAS presented on his sixth birthdayThe the wedding and reception
a book by members of the refreshment table was covered I u e S. Deadline for Items to be used on the Womsn's Page must
rulld. with a circus cloth and the ,a m Human beings learn to recog be turned In to the Suwannee Democrat not later than 10:00 a m.
Mrs. Tom Oreenan and Mrs embossed oblong birthday cake I j W nine at least 10.000 distinct odors-I each Tuesday morning
carried out the circus motif with uK
Delorea Rhode were welcomed u but are quite poor at telling
new members and guests for the circus animals, cages and other 1 I strong odor from a slightly! T. Telephone number of the Democrat for all news U J I1734 -
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meeting were Mrs. H. M. Howard figures placed on one top aide 1 er one of the same kind. : .
l and Mrs.,At Leonard. and the words "Happy Birthday I
Following the business meet Burt" inscribed on the opposite
Ing, refreshments were served by aide. THESE AND OTHER See These And
Hormuth. Mra. Frank Futch Jr. and Mrs
. PsMrs.
. .s John Paul Schneider assisted Mrs
McCrlmon in serving the guests LEVI FASHIONS AT Other Styles At Our
and Mrs Walter J. of Hellbent
Scout Troop Present were Angela Futch. Gajlerd 8r. annoanee
Amy Day Margaret Fann. Walter the engagement of their daughter lledy Ana. .. Wash Hardy Wood Young Men's Department
Elects Officers Oliver Tammy Oliver, Bill Moore, son of R... and Mrs W, I. Wood of Lake City. .c/A
Olrl Scout Troop 411 met at Stephanie Moore. Sklppy O'Neal
the Elks Lodge last Monday at* Brent Helvenston. Cindy Duncan. The wedding will take place October SI at >." pen In the MUrieaunt
ternoon to elect officers for the Cindy Blus. Linda Cspelle. Laurence .. BaftM Church near Wellborn.
coming yearKathleen Cor tn. Cathy Schneider 'tIJ
Hurst was elected Bill Smith. Tammy Chambllss.. A reeeplUn' will follow. In the church annet. AU friends and ..._a.y
president; Jenn Ross vice president Sammy Baseman Chip Wettstetn relatives are Invited to attend the wedding and reception "Your ......-....-
; Barbara Lord. secretary: Karen Langford. Bill lowland Friendly Store"P ,
Kitty Nobles treasurer; Jonell Kathy Brown. David Moblt,. Lean Mir' Gaylord. graduated. from Sawannee IIlib fkhool In I.... -- -
Dunn reporter; and Pam Klsu- Skeen, Lenette La 'hon. and attended North tlorlda Janlor. College In M...... and Is em- ._ c' ,
man corresponding secretary John Boctua. Lu Rouse Frank played by Alrth Hellers and lewis.Mr. .
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New members of the troop are FuUh III. Paul Schneider, and
Donlta Alford. Pam Wilcox and Mike McCrlmon. brother of the Hood graduated from Columbia High Reboot. Lake City .
Jonell Dunn. honoree. j l In INI and la engaged In farming near Lake City I
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'[ EDITORIAL' 1/1 I/ FLORIDA'SFarm It Happened \





Suwannee County, Florida '


Scholastics Come FirstSuwannee FrontBy 191519401955Taken



High's football victory over school and college levels, we wonder

Jasper Friday night brings credit to the whether scholastic achievement takes a Doyle E.

team and to Coach Will Hoy Cooley and back seat to power on the athletic field. ConnerAgriculture From The Filet Of

his staff. This is well deserved consider. Too often it has unfortunately for the I
I Is still the nation'biggest s TILE SUWANNEE, DEMOCRAT: .,, ..,...
ing the lack of experienced players this school. business.

year and the fact that a young new coaching Coach Cooley comes from Thomasville According to the latest statistics I 1

staff is training the boys. Ga., from a school which is noted for its agriculture employs 6 million 1915 series of award made by the club Suwannee River Farmers not
But something Coach Cooley also deserves outstanding football teams. He says that workers more than the to citizens who have rendered along the Suwannee are In bad
credit for is his attitude toward the the Thomasville record is due in part to combined employment In transportation Prof. T. R. Corr announces that long year of service to Suwan need of surface water for livestock -

football team as he revealed it to the Kiwanis the attitude that a student who has poor public utilities automobIleIndustry. the Oak public next school Monday will to open end the in summer Live nee County. and Irrigation.. .
steel Industry and the -
Club last Wednesday noon. Cooley grades has no place on a varsity athletic vacation. Faculty for the

indicated that he and his staff consider team. This is the attitude that he bringsto Agricultural. assets total about year will Include Mias Edith McMillan. tional William FFA D. Billy president) Ounter, of,Live na- National Emblem

adequate grades to be a requirement for Suwannee High School. Miss Bessie Golden and
$230 billion. This Is equal to about Oak. addressed the South Jack Many nations have selected
participation in the varsity sports programat We believe that such an approach to two-thirds of the value of current Miss Anna Montgomery for the sonville Klwanls Club last Thurs flowers as their emblems, but
Suwannee High School. coaching will lead to the best results on assets In all corporations In the high school. Miss Early Miss Hoi- day at a joint meeting attended some seem to have been more

Too often today both on the high and off the ball field in the long run. United States and about onehalfthe brook Miss Willie Steele. Miss also by the Lake City Jotper. down-to-earth than others. The

market. value, of all corpora.* Rhea. Miss Arabelle Hopkins and Live Oak clubs. national flower of El Salvador,
Mrs. H. E. Carter
Miss Wellborn
non stocks on tne New YOrK
for example. Is the white flowerof
About and Mrs. Nettle Baiaden are the
Stock Exchange "Dig your wells deeper" was the coffee tree.
OtbettSay The value of agriculture pro grammar school faculty the advice of geology experts .

This ductlon assets represents over convened here Tuesday to discuss There is evidence weaving was
I $27.000 for each farm employee. Governor Trammell and many I the possibility of damming the known in the Stone Age
local people enjoyed the Woodmen .

And Agriculture In Japan has also picnic at Mayo Tuesday.U .

made. tremendous progress. "HEAD STAltt"
That The farm production Index has 8 Senator Nathan P Bryan I
jumped from a low of 108 In unto and Rep. Frank Clark will speck 4 ..
at the Masonic ceremonies marking
a high of 157 In 1954. N W
TV Escape SeasonThe Update Elections The only problem seems to be I the laying of the cornerstone I
that there are too farmers I for the new Postofflce Building
new fall TV season has opened with much Congress has at long last come to grips realistically many
I here on October 2.
for the amount of land available.
fanfare and a splash of color. But there is with the question of Presidential Usability about
Most farms average only
little hope for those who are eagerly looking for and succession, after years of much talk and no action Ova acres In size, The Board of Public Instruction NCR 'a 3i .
an Improvement In programs. TV Guide informs us on the subject.As Despite this drawback the in their September 6 meetIng .

that of one hundred night-time programs scheduled a consequence, there's now the opportunityfor Japanese farmer's standard of ordered a notice for bids on ovtjt L

for the new season ninety-seven are "escap the country to insure Itself] against a future living has Improved Approximately construction of a public school' a/aorta a

ist. The other three are informational. protracted period of leaderless government If 85 per cent of them have building Live.Oak..

And the new prime-time drivel Is apparently states avail themselves of a chance to write this television lets 51 per cent have
machines, 25 cent
washing
spreading even to Canada, where a special com- safety provision into the Constitution.And have transistor radios per and 17 I 1910
mittee has Just Issued a report urging sweeping reorganization ,
now that Capitol Hill has moved off dead per cent have refrigerators E. M. Barnett. O'Brien farmer RtN1
of Canadian radio and television] de- center In this regard. It's time lawmakers also did In addition, the diet of thr won the Fat Hog Show at the

nouncing the domination of prime by "trivial entertainment something about the way the nation's leadershipis Japanese farm family has Improved County Fair with a Spotted Po-

shows" from the U.S. elected in the first place. as well as the housing land China barrow. Lryron Baker -

We know what they mean. But television In short, we think it's time fro the Electoral ondltlons.: won the 4-H Club prize in the

people say they are giving the public what it College to be relegated to the realms of antiquity event
wants. If what we want Is "escape" we've got where It properly belongs. In its present form It The success of the Florida De- u<.') Q.
partment of Agriculture's Festival It was announced this week
it But only a die-hard glutton for punishment is an outmoded, cumbersome thing that has no of Foods at the OrlAndo Industries from the Jacksonville office of ........... <

would choose to escape with "The Munsters" or more place on today's political scene than a horseless Exposition last year has the State Welfare Board that the .... Q

"The,Addams family" In "My Mother, The Car. carriage on a superhighway Electorial votes caused: a sudden surge of InterestIn third district whose headquar- 2 ..
Be that as it may, the American public must should either be voted by each state according to other areas of the nation.In tent are In Live Oak. will enroll ::

have somehow convinced the broadcasters that It the popular vote or abolished altogether I a recent Issue of the Supermarket 112 men Into the Civilian Conservation f ;

wants escape and that's what we're going to get- Worse than being merely a museum piece News, It was reported a Corps In October.
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similar exhibit U planned for the '
If it kills us. ;
which a tradition-loving nation is loath to"discard, -
Georgia Exposition at Atlanta In -.
County Judge Mack H. Padgett
One editorialist has observed: "If It is true, the present Electoral College actually has the demonstrated .
November.It declared yesterday that only 900
as the Frenchman said that country has the ,
every potential for thwarting the will of the U believed that the Florida drivers in Suwannee County had
government It deserves it is hard to counter the electorate instead of expressing it, Festival was the first of Its kind taken out drivers licenses for

argument that the United States has the televisionIt Intoday's computer area there's no difficulty in In the nation It was designed to 194041. October 1 is the dead-

deserves" counting the popular vote for President and Vice bring together Into one central line> and the judge said that James ,
All of which is even more saddening when occasional President In a general election and no reason for location all the agricultural products that are 4.300 who should have B. Daniels
processed or manufactured new licenses in this
county
flashes of brilliance and reality Instead waiting months to certify the outcome. grown
In the state and then
of escape, how us what the television/ people are -Lak. wale News ;
dUplay these products In supermarket Principal C V Schoppe said
really capable of producing. As one bright spot in Funeral HomesLIVE
fashion just as they this week that there are no more
the early fall season we were given, by NBC, an might appear in the nation's cases of "sore eyes" than usual
entire evening of prime time devoted to "American Illockhtft Private EnterprisePrivate food stores.The among local school children dispelling

White Paper: United States Foreign Policy." Industry has been urged by the Federal Festival not only drew food a rumored epidemic of OAK and BRANFORD

Perhaps three and a half hours of even a fascinating Government to help solve the economic problems buyers and military procurement conjunctlvltles.

documentary Is a bit overlong for most of Appalachia Yet when a private company announces 'officers, but the director of the Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-
television viewers, but those who stuck with this Georgia Exposition u well.
a multi-million] dollar construction project
1955: equipped ambulances call
Soon after the director's visit on twenty-
praiseworthy effort undoubtedly have a much that would create thousands of
jobs and acceleratethe
Georgia state officials arrived In Farris Bryant, former four hours each day in both Live Oak
clearer speaker
picture of how events of the past 20 years progress of a wide area what happens? A Tallahassee to dtacuu the project
have brought about conditions of today, federal and outstanding member of Flor and Branford.CALL
department tries to block the project. with Department staff members. ida's House of Representatives .
Another early season documentary dealt with The Duke Power Company filed an application The Georgia officials agreed will be guest speaker at the annual -
the scaling of Mount Everest as photographed by last January with the Federal Power Com hat this project was one of the meeting of the Suwannee

National Geographic and presented on television mission for a vast steam and hydro-power complexin beat programs ever developed to County Chamber of Commerce on DAY OR NIGHT_
In magnificent color. A few more specials of this the western tip of South Carolina Eventually promote agricultural productionand October 4.Former .
the sale of Florida product LIVE OAK BRANFORD
nature are planned for the fall but few
they are It would coat $700 million, bring an estimated $18
and far between in the steady diet of "escapism"that million into state and local treasuries, and add the Encouraged Festival of by Foods the the results Florida of Governor Cary A, liar- 362-3333 9354100J.
dee was presented'
Is being fed to American viewers. with a certificate
some $24 million to federal tax revenues. The entire Department of Agriculture plans of
appreciation from the Kl-
Perhaps those. of us who are weary with the project would be financed with to and better
private funds: design a bigger exhibit wants Club last Wednesday by J. B. DANIELS JR. L.F.D.
constant stress on escape are to blame for our own not one cent would be required of taxpayers.Now in Orlando next spring. L McMullen. former KiwanlsDresidenL ,

plight. How many after viewing a really worth- the Department of the Interior has come It was the latest in a
while as well as entertaining program such forward with a petition to the FPC to compel Duketo Pet lovers are on the Increase In
as are presented the Hallmark the United States.
on splendid programs purchase Its future energy requirements from
have taken the time to Sales of pet foods are Increung -
express our appreciation federal power projects. Where would the federal
this
at a spectacular rate
to the sponsor or the producer Few, U any, power come from It would be generated at a year' with cat foods sales adranc.ng .
we dare say. No wonder the TV moguls think we proposed hydro plant to be built with nearly $100 more rapidly than doc food

prefer Lucy to Lucia dl Lammermoor million of the taxpayers' money at a site which ales l

A little escape may be a good thing every now would take 23,000 acres of land off local tax rolls According to the Pet Food Institute STOP IT

and then. But we can't help wondering If American In addition to generating power, the private in Chicago sales advanced

viewers really want to "get away from it all" enterprise project planned by Duke would provide 54 per cent In the put six years,
for ninety-seven out of hundred and 9 per cent In the last year.
every one programs water supply recreation facilities, '
and flood >
con- Volume of sales could reachbUllonpounds YYY..
coming up this new season. Perhaps It'. trol. The federal projects would not
3t or 1600 millionby
time for those of us who would like to to
come grips Question: Does the federal TICKLES
government really the end of IMS, an Institute
with reality every now and then to let our voices want private enterprise to provide the Jobs that spokesman aaJd.Customer. .

be heard. Are you listening NBC ABC solve economic problems? If It does, It might be are showing an In-
CBS..f well to creasing Interest in gourmet ,
pass the word to those who are Inclined to
-Bradford County;! Telegraph spending tax funds u the cure for every social or canned foods dry and semi- ,
economic ill moist Items. r
It would seem that the life of
-Lake Wales News a cat or dog U not so bad after ill. \
Peacemaker At War .

India, that nation which has for + I
plumped
peace everywhere else on the globe 1s now fighting The Suwannee DemocratOF Treating Hiirnnl) hjoi: I'
Whether caused by flame or
another war of Its own making. The contentionIs
LIVE chemicals a bum in the AS
eye JUST
OAK FLORIDAIn ; preventive medicine
over the Kashmir province, where most of the should be flooded' with water Immediately pays so. too. preventive
population Is disposed toward joining Pakistan. India lh. Heart of fro Suteanni Rw/ .n.t' for approximately IS

wants to hold Kashmir and has refused to BANNER Consolidated minute, the Florida Council for maintenance helps to keep your home in good repair and

allow a vote of the inhabitants to decide the LEADER the Blind says Hold the head under
Issue. rnblUhed Established I$$4 August 2. 1887 Established 1888 a faucet or pour cool water extends the life of your home investment. Siding window
_Ertry TharuUy al Plus Cancer
Indiana outnumber Pakistan by about 4,5 to 1, Street Into the eye from a clean utensil and roof
so the likelihood Is that the Indians will wlnn Louie C. Wadsworth Publisher but do not toss an rye cup. Burns repairs, adequate insulation, heating and plumbing

unless outside forces become Involved. Pakistan's T. 'A. Leonard, Jr. .,. Editor should be examined by a doctor

President Ayub Khan has been playing footsie Clara \Vadsworth Aiwodate Editor u soon a* possible.. repainting visit us at the Commercial Bank for a

with the Chinese Communists who are no friends Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager Home Improvement Loan
of India but the betting ls that China will not enter George T. (Pete) Wright .... Shop Foreman Major I'roducN to keep your home in good

he fight over Kashmir Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida Florida's major agricultural repair.
The United States had shipped war machinesto products are citrus and other

both India and Pakistan which makes It somewhat SUBSCRIPTION RATES Suwannee Out Ide Suwannee County 4.00 fruits, vegetable, nuts, tobacco.
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County tS 00
\ embarrassing to see these countries at war. poultry dairy products and lire-
_ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance stock.
It must be embarrassing to Indian Prime Minister .
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Shaatrt. too. lie has been busy trying to '

i r arrange a settlement of the Vietnam business, and lIDLBERortI + Income Up. COMMERCIAL BANKOF

\ here he>la leading his country into a nasty little war Florida Pme AaeodatJoa("court: *" The Commerce Department reports w+a

I Principles are apparently meant for the other that personal Income In the U I LIVE OAK
fellow When territory U Involved the Indian 6UWANNEX COUNTY United State Increased by 1100

government can be aa belligerent u any.MUton CLambet e f C.aaw. 'a' per person last year.. This boost LIVE OAK. FLORIDAwo
Press-Oasette 4I was approximately flv. per cent
over the 1MJ figures.
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Mill fiWy Ann Gaylord Miss Land Reveal
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>> I Her Wedding Plans Society <_/Vew* f nbltfatlon policN

Miss Martha Vereen Land will
I become the bride of Robert !toiI A new policy pertaining to society new In this newspaperwill
| comb Rutledge on Saturday. September become effective Immediately It was announced this week.
WOMCN I twenty-fifth, at eight
The new rule are a* follow:
o'clock in the evening at the
Westwood Baptist Church with 1. Wedding\ and social Information submitted more than 10
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor I the Rev Swell Johnson official DAYS after such event occur will be reported only In brief form !
IngMlM and will Include only those Item deemed necesary to Identifythe
: Land will be given In mar. individuals or event ,
Saint Francis XIU'ierWomen' WSCS Workshop To BeHeld ria,. by her cousin Harold Land
Attending the bride-elect will 2. Bridal publication form will be provided brides and prospective I
Guild MeetThe Today At ChurchThe be Ml** Bobbl Davis maid of hon bride on request. Request can be made either by tele 'I
Women' Guild of Saint second of two workshops __ ir or Miss Shirley Herring and Mia I phone or by letter. Form will be mailed on request .
Francl Xavier Catholic Church conducted by effkera of the Carol Ann Castlrberry, bridesmaids
met Tuesday Sept 1at 8 p.m. Tallahassee DUtrict Woman ; and Miss Nelda Sue Land, 3. On bridal picture or engagement will be used without
In the Social Hall of the church. Society will be held todayThBrsday i l I Junior bridesmaid.The charge and must be not over 4x1 In also Glossy print must be :
Mrs. Dennis Hart president, ( ) beginning ten groom will have u hi best provided and this newspaper reserve the right to determine
presided over the meeting.The .'clock al the first Methodist man hi father O. H. Rutledge. whether the picture submitted will or will not make a good cut .
Church. Ushering will be Pat Barrett.Wymsn .
secretary' report WM gtv for UM In the newspaper
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Harvard Jr., and John
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en by Mr* Bobby Hormuth and '
Mrs W. O Hunt Jr. read the Burl McCrimon Party k Hatten 4. U more than one picture U submitted and used a charge
treasurer's report. e k Mrs. Land will entertain with a ,111 be made to cover the cost of the additional cut \&led.a. .
Father William Kelly the new Honoree Satunlay reception In the Garden Center
pastor of Epiphany Pariah. met Mr*. Danny B. McCrimon en- I Immediately following the ceremony In reporting social Item It 1* requested that married
with the guild and opened and tertalned at her home on Semi- women be Identified by their husbands name not by their
closed the meeting with prayer note Street Saturday with a Wiener All friend and relatives of the Christian name This ipplte especially to report of women'
Mrs. Hugo P. Sotolongo. lm. roast honoring her son. Hurt couple are Invited to attend both organisation
mediate put president was presented on his sixth birthday the wedding and reception.
a book by members of the The refreshment table wa covered I 6. Deadline for Item to be used on the Woman' Page must
guild. with a circus cloth and the Human being learn to be turned In to the Suwannee Democrat not later than 10.00 a.m.
Mrs. Tom Oreenan and Mrs.Delorea embossed oblong birthday cake nlse at least 10.000 distinct odo..1 I each Tuesday morning
carried out the circus motif with
Rhode were welcomed u but are quite poor at .
new member and guest for the circus animal cage and otherfigure 'strong odor from a allghtly weak T. Telephone number of the Democrat for all new U 3611734 -
meeting were Mr*. H. M. Howard placed on one top aide er one of the same kind. .
and Mrs. ,Al Leonard. and the word "Happy BirthdayBurl"
Following the business meetIng Inscribed on the oppositeIde. I
refreshment were served by THESE AND OTHER See These And
I.Mn.. Hormuth. Mr*. Prank Patch Jr. and Mr.
t John Paul Schneider: assisted Mr a
McCrimon In serving the guests. LEVI FASHIONS AT Other Styles At Our
Scout Present were Angela Flitch Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Gaylord 8r. .( Wellborn announce
Troop Amy Da,. Margaret Pann. Walter the engagement of their daughter lledy Ann U Wash Hardy Wood Young Men's Department
Elect Officer Oliver Tammy Oliver. BUI Moore son of Rev. and )1.Y., I. Wood of Lake City. .c/A
Girl Scout Troop tiT met at Stephanie Moore Sklppy ONeal.
the Elk Lodge last Monday at- Brant Helvenston. Cindy Duncan Th. wedding will lake place October SI al JM: pin In the ML
ternoon to elect: officers for the Cindy Btus, Unda Capelle. La.. Pleasant Baitlal Catarrh near Wellborn."
coming ,ear.Kathlern renee Corvln. Cathy Schneider :tIJ
Hunt was elected Bill Smith. Tammy Chambllss. A reception will follow. In the church .....n. All friends and ........
president; Jenn ROM. vice president Sammy Boseman. Chip Wettsteln. relatives are Invited lo attend the wedding and reception. "Your Friendly Store" __
: Barbara Lord secretary: Karen Langford. Bill Howland.
Kitty Nobles, treasurer; Jonell Kathy Brown. David Mobley. Le- Miss Gar/lord graduated from Sawannee High Rrhool In "'t. ---.- ---- I'.r'
Dunn reporter: and Pam Klau- ann Skeen Lenette Lawton, and attended North llorlda Junior College In Madison and .la employed ...
man. corresponding secretary. John Boggu. Lu Rouse Prank by Alrth. ftclWr and lew la. -......, -- _
New members of the troop are Putch HI. Paul Schneider and
DonlU Alford. Pam Wilcox and Mike McCrimon, brother of the Mr. Wood graduated from Columbia High Aria.... Lake City
Jonell Dunn. honoree. I In 1MI and It encaged In farming near Lake City.
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! Rotary Leader Receives Suwannee Ham Miss Wells Honored Dr. Souther-land SpeaksAt I Florida Pulpwood Production Sets Increase Record \

,,., ., .,"_ With Bridal Shower Marybclle RevivalThe &

I.' ( Ladles of the Bible revival. at Marybelle Baptist Florida pulpwood production Industry is cut from Florida's wood production.
Church Baptist Church continues this week continues to set records says State forest lands The remaining 40 Market prices throughout the
honored
Miss Ruby Wells and will end Sunday with homecoming Forester C. H. Coulter per cent Is imported from outsidethe state were generally higher and
with
a miscellaneous
shower Sat and dinner on the ground. !Latest figures show the 1984 state. Coulter predicted a good future
r< 1 1A urday night. September 18, in the Dr. James E. Southerland, production of pulpwood was 2- The use of Florida hardwoodsfor market for wood growers
education
church. department of the president of the Baptist Bible Institute 745,000 cords, up 0 per cent over pulpwood Increased sharply .

of Oracevllle, Is guest 1963. Of this total 2,484.500 cords up almost 45 per cent. Some 243.-
Games were played during the evangelist were in the form of roundwood.The 600 cords were used in 1964 as Florida IH First

evening. : remainder was classified as opposed to 167.400 in 1963. Hardwoods Florida ranks first In the
pro-
Refreshments of punch, cookies 10.8 cent ductlon for the
wood residues. Formerly regarded represented per fresh market
and other snacks were served I Cotton has been grown In West as waste the residues are wood of the pulpwood production in snap beans, cabbage, sweet corn of

during the event. The punch Africa for several centuries chips from lumber mills and chipping 1964, 7.8 per cent in 1963 rise cucumbers, eggplant, green pep

A bowl was centered on a long plants. 'of three per cent. pars radishes, and watermelon

table, covered with a lace cloth I I around the bowl and along the About 80 per cent of the pulp- I Woods residues accounted for and second In celery and toma.

and decorated with greenery table edges wood used in Florida's giant pulpzLwYiry about 10 per cent of Florida pulp- trhM.

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1 WF yJPPO V HELP WANTED For Sale Real Estate

I'AIt WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl

and kitchen help. If Interested

apply in person Parker's Drive HORNE REALTY CORP.

In, US 129 Jasper Road.
BRANCH OFFICE
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FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS tW W. Howard St.
100 old national blue chip
__ year
SINGER electric sewing machineIn farm service company expanding GEORGE B. DEES

LITTLE ADS sales and service programin Aasoclate
console cabinet like new.
-...... Sews forward and reverse. All MONEY for your farm operations Suwannee County. We are Phone 362-1683
at reasonable cost. Terms
Live Oak Rotary President Dave Austin, right, pretentf Rotary BIG RESULTS attachments for making buttonholes to fit your needs. Loans up to seeking a solid aggressive Su ]

District Governor Sydney D. Andrews of Tallahassee with a Suwannee BUY-SELI-EXCIIANGE zlg-zagglng and fancy 7 years. Call North Florida Pro- wannee County resident to 3-Bedroom Frame Home

County ham following Andrews' talk to the club here Mon stitch designs. Fully guaran duction Credit Assn. 8. Ohio manage our farm sales and service I I Good Condition

day. Andrews encouraged Live Oak Rotarian to better Inform Whatever the purpose, you will teed. Can be seen in your area. Ave., Live Oak TeL 3622588.abc-tf) program to be located in 3 Blocks of Court House
find Democrat monthly payments e Live Oak. Base salary, fringe Nice Location
classifieds do Make eight Good
Size
the public of their projects and said that he was Impressed by the benefits, plus commission Lot
the Job, quickly and well. of $491 or will discount for pro- $7,000 ".000 Down
local club's service (Democrat Staff Photo) I
community visions limited only by abilityof t
cash. Write: Credit Manager, Balance On Good Terms
122 S. Clearwater Road. Largo I ANY TYPE I the Individual. If you are -

Florida. pgbh 18-22 seeking a growth opportunity 360 Acres
30 DAY WEATHER OUTLOOKGeorgia MEMORIALWORK : I send are education, previous! About 300 Cleared .j,
DEADLINE FOR INSERTION I LJW}' I work experience, Including any 20% Down .

Coastal Plain Experiment Station 5:0 PJW Tuesdays Performance : dealings with farmers, and Good Location

t( TIFTON. GEORGIA JULY 31, 1965 Repeat I' snapshot to D. S. Conkey. P. O. 3/4 Mile State Road .
.I LOW RATE FOR RESULTS. Great Lakes Mobile Homes I DONE Box 1685. Atlanta. Oa. 30301. $41.000 Frontal!
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The Thirty Day Agricultural should average between 57 and 65 repeats, their fantastic mo- pehb 19-20 -
:, Weather Outlook for the period degrees with temperatures falling 3W cents per word, with a bile home sale for the second Granite, Marble Bronze 130
I I Acres
mld-Septrmber through below 55 degrees on 4 to 6 mornIngs ,minimum of 100. Phone 362-3333 WANTED Man for established(
month. Mood:
mid-October for South Georgia, inland. I. LIVE OAKMONUMENT Insurance debit for Live Oak Farmland
60x10, 3-bedroom 1'a! baths, New and Lake City area. Good starting Pecan Trees

Southeast Alabama and Northwest RAINFALL during the 30 (All clawlfleds be In ,
next must paid Moon only $3,480 CO. pa-and training Two Acre Tobacco Allotment
Issued the program,
Florida by
days is expected to average between advance.) 36x10, 1-bedroom Hcnslee only chancea for Good Hard Road Frontage
advancement.
Agricultural Homer Sanford Tele-
r Weather Bureau Advisory Rep.
3.00 and 5.00 inches over 11.593. $19.500 Some Terms
Meteorologist, Geor- phone 362-1665. Contact C. W.
Southeast Alabama and Southwest 46x10 2-bedroom Wolverine only
ONE WEEK -
FREE
gia Coastal Plain Experiment Broughton. caJJ tf e tI
Georgia and between ..00 $2.390.
station Tlfton, Ga., Sept. 16, SEWING MACHINE CENTERDONT
and 6.50 Inches over Southeast Classifieds ordered for five 50x20 2-bedroom, Pa baths, Gen. WANTED Waitresses. Apply at
1965. Georgia and Northwest Florida. weeks, run the last week free. eral only ".545. FUSS CALL US Dixie Grill. cajj tf

TEMPERATURES during the Rain is expected to occur mostly fl.OO will pay for a 28 word Theae and many more too numer- SINGERand TRAILER OWNERS

I period mid-Sept through mid. as showers with one or two periods advertisement for five wf' II.. ous to mention all other makes rebuilt here CURB HOP WANTED for night LOTS FOR SALE

Oct are expected to average of extended rainfall. Use Suwannee Democrat Classified ASK about our $100 down New and Used Machines shift. Better than average pay GOOD TERMS. Priced $595
above normal over all of the Trl- for Proven Results. Apply in person A & W Drive. OUTSIDE CITY
payment plan. (but close In
State agricultural area. Dally SUNSHINE during the period is Needles Oil Parts In.
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mean temperatures will average expected to average about 65 per YOU CAN WIN IF YOU ARE 724 Brown St., Live oat Fla. PAUL A. BYRD, Realtor

between 70 and 77 degrees. DailY cent of possible with one or two PRESENT SO COME PREPARED Phone 362-2744 406 a Ohio Ave.

maximum temperatures will avert periods of extended cloudiness 0 FOR SALE TO BUY Live Oak. Florida
I We guarantee to supply your Mrs. C. C. Travis. Managercbej t SOMETHING NEW Phone 363-1389
age between 80 and 88 degrees SOIL TEMPERATURES will
housing needs at prices far below tf
with afternoon temperatures reaching continue to fall during the next ctt
FOR SALE New and used your expectations. Whether you have sold before or
90 degrees or higher on 30 days reaching averages underfou'r planes Frier Music Co, Nortl. GREAT LAKES MOBILE HOMES INTERESTED: IN YOUR child'seducation I not. we need men and women to
:' 3 to 5 days during the period. inches of bare soil of between Ohio Ave., Live Oak, 3622188. US 41 North ? Contact your Child, sell America's finest accident and

Dally minimum temperatures 70 and 77 degrees.A caJJ tf Lake City Florida craft-World live Helen Gamble.Book representa Chlldcraft- health and life policies; and now

Call R. O Gardner 752-2661 : we hare:
FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer 113090: World Book 1183JO. WHY PAY RENT?
or write P. O. Box 565.
Save $49 on combination. Discount
f1I I Thought For Today chain saws parts and service. e 18-19 for teachers. Terms avail DENTAL LET BOB WOLFE DESIGN f
Logging supplies, hooks, clamps, able. Phone INSURANCE
j bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor 78U8S.pbaJ 1'.18 AND BUILD A HOME TO
BRODY C. HARRIS
By most small gasoline engines' FOR SALE 20 ft. Larson boat : The leads on this new product SUIT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS:

"Pray as If everything depended on Ood, and work as If everything Tyre's Saw & Engine Service, with twin 35 hp engines. Good LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex., alone will keep you busy and AND FINANCES. I
\r depended upon yourself" formerly Electric Service Co.. condition, built-in gaa tanks A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c al make It possible for you to earn
What a beautiful thought to possess the inner beliefs that,Ood 005 6th St. Your small engine top, std curtains, oulrlglingf Cheek Drug Store. pdj 18-2::: from $100 to $150 per werk. ,
.} is all-seeing and all-consuming.We f headquarters. cadj! t motors overhauled. Pete Shea. I j Bob Wolfe Contractor
humans who live this material life naturally seek material Lee, Fla. 971-5416. NOW OPEN Mr:rBee's Nusery WRITE: Mr D. J Dewitt ,
--1 possessions. Because of our belief In the Lord FOR SALE All sixes! of tar cbjj 18-19 and Play School. Chlldre P. O. Box 10475 Phone 362-3253
and knowledge of iris unselfishness
our we constantly
I .1) I seek His assistance. We know He has no paulUns, guaranteed not to leak FOR kept' dally, weekly, or ore Tampa 11*. 33809 LIVE OAK FLA. I
SALE
{Ii" ax to grind, nothing to gain but our love and de- Ottls Brown Motors cdJJ tf Electric mangle night. Balanced meals, supervised Giving short cbjj tf
and a 20 gal gas water heater. resume for
votion. And because of this belief we become betters play, shady fenced pin
J. human beings. We depend upon ourselves and FOR SALE 100, 670. or 710 Call 363-1150. paJJ .19 yard. References. Call Jorge appointment near your city '

our efforts for the things we desire and strengthen 15 new white wall tires. All Brorsen phJJ ".2) e 101;
, \ i 'if our determination with the knowledge that He premium or first line. All full FOR SALE: Black and tan ,

t, I Is with us. That's why I believe religion based 4-ply. Some slightly blemished hound two female Beagles, and If you are Interested In piano lesson I FOR SALE:

upon faith in the Lord is a Wonderful thing 115.95 plus state tax, federal registered Duroc boar See A. call 363-3146. caJJ tELECTROLUX WANTED Two-bedroom home and 3.4 acres
The kind of religion Is immaterial. the BELIEF tax included. No exchange M. Pritchard Box 11, Route 1. -- of land. 4Vi ml. from Live Oak
Is the determining factor in our lives. Wellborn. pajJ 19 : Vacuum cleaners on
.... needed. Barber's Service Statlon
Highway 51. Ideal for small family

There can never be too much dependence
on floor polishes, rug cleaner. CLASS Wanted II
Ood and one self in his image and likeness. O'Brien, 935-3533. Good BUTLER: BUILDINGS ': Butter; aCCNM>"es. Finance available that wants country living
Life Is ours to make of what we will we usually don't know as long as supply lasts. all metal panel frame building For' all cleaning! needs WANT TO BUY One ear com Priced to sell with easy terms
exactly what that will /is until Its nearing the close. Let your will card if and sheds. Call T. E. contac conveyor, with or without motor Ready for occupancy
McCall.
be expressed In consulting with SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME Lamar Nash Jr. 103 Mary mac Call 363-2048. nc if
625 South Ohio Ave., Live Oak, about last tributes to your loved Following my doctor's advice, am 935-4203. Branford. Fla. St.. Live Oak. pdJj 13-1 I
Two-bedroom
ones that Is a satisfying consolation all through life Call offering for sale The Chuck pdJJ 10-33 CBS home In good
3621234. Wagon Restaurants in Live Oak LAWNS MOWED and complete For Sale-R.tl Estate neighborhood, large lot a real! buy
and Madison. Fla. 13.500 for yard care. Phone 361-3773. with good terms. Ready for occupancy .
0 FOR RENT
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor either one. Can finance onehalf PdJJ 1S-1 1 ,

Suwanne County Residents to responsible party Con- FOR RENT Spaces for mobile VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP Branch OfficeSUWANNEE Three

tact M. B. Kent Chuck Wagon homes. Plenty of room. Nice Operators Annie!. Wills RIVER -bedroom home Ih baths
BRODY C HARRIS Restaurant. Marianne B. W and clean. Good well water Mary Drew Boatrlgtit. Myrtle REALTY I Good location. Small down pay

Licensed Funeral Director Helveniton and Sons Live Oak, Lake for fishing and swimming. Mills Elaine Webb, and Man 407 Dowlini St. ment. monthly payments' of Sit >4
per
or Broadus Wllloughby. Real- Morgan' Trailer Park US 10 curlst. Ruby Sanford caJJ U Farm Bureau Bldg. I, month. Lot 7$x19$ .

tor, Madison cafa tf West Live Oat Florida. Phone --- Phone 363-1536 -
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME 362-2016. pcfdj 10-19 WINSTON t. ROGERS. RcalUt Thr e-bedroom home, brick. two
\ FOR BALE 8 ft. Cultlpacker: Specialising in Farm eta boars hardwood floor*. carport
625 S. Ohio Avenue 100 bu. wheat treated purity FOR RENT Rooms conveniently FREE FREE: Sake awl Loan Acreage and ,arRl'. Good location. Priced

LIVE OAK. FLORIDA 9646$, germ. 8600%, no located down town. 1 to _0. 1.000 down. P 11 A. n.
noxious weed seed); steel over Parnhley Houw. Phone 3633128. Full Color Gift Catalog "ANaNOCaD

head garage door complete; __ p dJJ 15-19 16 Pages Displaying 173 Quallt
PHONE 362.1234 oak or pine fire wood. Phone Item For' Family, Friends and FARM TIMBER & rnA LOANS Today 363-139
TRAILER
"SPACE
, 362-2813. cfcj 17-31 All FOR RENT Business Associates. Send Name AVAILABLE:: PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
utilities available, nice
Adrea to Phillips BAT 8f'nkeP. For 406 & Ohio Ave.
FOR BALE Information can or see:
Fender "Mustan, shade. Reasonable 308 Wood I
O. Box 866. Vtro tan Oak Fla.
Beach Fla
I'' PAUL A. BYRD
electric guitar and 60 watt am- St.. F R. Marolw. paJJ 10
pUphler, Call 362-2663 peed II Realtor f _etfM

THE FOLLOWING STORES caJJ tf 406 8. Ohio Ave. I
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WANTED-TO
RENT --- Lire Oak. Florida ACRE FARM FOR BALE In
FOR BALE Cub Cadet 100. I HALL'S ELECTRIC MOTOR Phone 343-1389 I Dowling Park area. Phone 361eajj -

Ideal for yard work and gardenlng. SHOP Fast and efficient arvice. ear 3" It
WANT TO RENT A nice 1 _
Tractor, mower, bottom Complete motor rewinding _
bedroom unfurnished house or and electrical ROME FOR BALK Three bedroom .
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plow harrow apparatus service.
I WILL BE CLOSEDTWO leveling blade
I cultivator, and trailer $950. duplex. Two adulU Must lure Formerly" Hall's Fix-It FOR BALK On Suvannr Rlv. family area, living apace
by nil all fenced 330 .
October I. Mrs Dennis Burroughs serve ft.river central
I I Phone 363-3833. pdJJ 17-31: i Shop located I block 'back 01 heat, two baths utility
Box front. 3-brdroom blockhouse
103.
WUllston. Fla.
Landrn Tractor Co, Mayo and carport South Pine Age
FOR SALE: Registered Spotted I pbJJ 19-30 Road. Phone 363-3071. Bunnfe rurntahed. 1 mile below raw seat Pine TVrw School

DAYS wine breeding stock approximately WANT TO Halt pdgf 19-33 Dowting Part on river Mr*. W can H2.1,.. or 363-10M
RENT Two three
I or A. Lltl. pdJJ 11.21
3
It months old. Pete bedroom unfurnished Pd4J 11.23
Cruce. Madison Fla. Phone house NOW OPEN Mackl Grill at
Monday September 27 113-2&.'. pbjJ ...20 permanent resident. Call 363- EUavtlle.: near 8uwannr River
1987
before 5:30: pja. dally except State Park. Specialising In seed -

FOR SALE: Purebred Palomino Sunday. paJJ II seafoods and Suwannee ISO DOWNNO

gelding with saddle and bridleIn River catfish. Also offering

Tuesday, September 28 good condition. Call Tony steak and chicken dinner Open QUALIFYING

Sims 794-3733. Mayo Fla. at (:.00
pjn every day except -
3 HOUSES: AND
LOTS
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PaJJ 10 Monday, Clone at 13:00.prjd HOUSE AND LOT
In Observance of 19-33 Dtrrcttoiu from Lhe Oak Directions from Mn town
FOR SALE OR TRADE RegUterrd City Hall: Lbv Oat:

Black Angus bull. 4 Light land clearing and leveling. Turn right, go to first street Follow US M *M t t. tins
RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS years old. Gentle disposition Small jobs welcomed Wilbur turn left go to end of ban atrtvt put railroad tract,

good breeder. Priced to selL Haut phone 063-361. park turn right go I block. turn Ml and .
p to Rid
Gray Lakes Ranch. Call 3633383 PdJJ 10-33 bear left part church, tarn strtrt. turn right proceed 1

caJJ 108IWINO right then fin street to left block. turn right, second-

MACHINE: BARGAINS. For Sale -AutomotlT* ROUSM numbered 47t and bout on right

&tIft4.r :t Balance on electric portable 47U.
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$3T0,1Re new. Rebuilt treadle FOR SALE A 1063 Interna. Caning Collect

sewing machine $37.90. Also f1 Uonal V.. pkkup truck and a

new protable with all attachments Yt IMO Comet 4-door station wagon HOUSING SERVICES CORP.
GILMORE'SDEPARTMENT $11140. Good through 'The cubist via acre earttar. with automatic transmission.

5 September only Phone 3 32744. ..... He came Ia without a Can be seen' at Farmers Mutual Phew C2S-6143 /"

L' STORE 734 Brown Street moustache and borrowed the Exchange. Phone 363-1450. Gale Florida

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I FSU Coach At Bulldog Roosters Barbecue I Auto Insurance I Alcoholics Anonymous | ject I Anonymous founding film "One i
Olsen will speak on the subjectof Day At A Time".
... I Program To He Held I' alcoholism and will show a There will be opportunity for
Premiums I rum "To Your Health". In addition question and discussion! follow
lPr; v', t vas HighThe Harvey Olsen, community field I he will show the Alcoholics Ins the program.
/" representative of the Alcoholic
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.., ment recovered Florida Insurance sun Drpart-I Rehabilitation Center at Avon
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Floridians who overpaid
I Alcoholism In the Courtroom of
: "..,..... tomobile Insurance sot during. the the 8u *nnee County Courthouse TRY IT! ALL NEW MF 165
17. ... \ first seven month 1985State I
""I, Trf..urer-Inaurancp Commissioner next Thursday at 8 p.m.
"' r-# Broward Williams said This program I* being sponsored The 4-plow all-job tractor of the rugged Masscy-

.... a risk regular automobile audit Insurance of all assigned policiesreveals by group the local and Alcoholic la open to Anonymous anyone -- Ferguson breed I With new increascd-capaeity

overcharge on premium .who has a direct or Indirect Advanced Ferguson System ahift-on-the-go
*. need for Information on the tub- Multi-Power transmission luxurious operating
.I.. The department' financial responsibility ease and comfort fuel-saving power in the 50

l'f': Insurance companies division notifies of its findings the New MeOory'a Manager HP class gasoline or diesel. Phone for a demonstration

and seeks a refund If it 1* McCrory' store have announced today I
warranted. that Frank Long, who
William aid most of the overcharge has six year experience with the
are made through a mis. firm, .will manage the new store ALLBRITTON BROS.
calculation of the premium by the at Live Oak Plata shopping center. .YR.
I II company. Refund are paid Long come to Live Oak fromAmt'ficul .,
promptly upon notification he Oa. TRACTOR CO.
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of African Baptist Church will Watertown .U1 be guests at ADDSSUBTRACTSMULTIPLIESDIVIDES
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A fellowship hour In the main A Went program will be held at i1iI
leU graduate of Douglas High
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Youth Hour will be observed chart -
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charge of services beginning at 11 City will lead a revival service WITH THE
a.m. A special service. "The Vacationer beginning October 5 at Sprint The rapid rise In consumption 'I :
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_Seeding_ Dusting_FeHilising balance answer with amazing easel Thank to the Dexterity
Old Math Book s operating Keyboard.leeture Power Control, and aclu,lv*advanced
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'I Bulldogs Trounce Jasper 36-6 Pine LevelMr. THE News RECREATION And Activities CENTER From : I



"-' I I.I and Mrs. Spencer Gay and

children of Jacksonville visited R ROY SULLIVAN. Director
Crowd Here Sees *
Of --
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Large Variety r Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole Sunday

afternoon. Saturday morning's football Lake City.

Football Runs Passes Field Goal M Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Slender returned game for boys In grade 5-7 was a\

; IhP home Saturday after thriller with both team scoring Mrs. Bernice Williams replacesMrs.

spending two weeks in Tennessee two touchdowns the first half. B. W. Helvenston in on the
The Suwannee Bulldogs, though inexperienced, exhibited 'o
/ and North Carolina with relatives. Hal Fletcher and Ronnie Baldwin Recreation Board and begins a

a crowd-thrilling performance before full stands Mrs Ralph Moseley attendedthe quarterbacked the winning team five year term in October.

last Friday night as they trounced Jasper 36-6. Spec P sing at Clayland Church Sunday while F.trl Jordon and Richard Thanks to Mrs. Mike Todd for

tators saw the Bulldogs score on three beautiful passes, a afternoon. Sullivan alternated at quarterback the loan of a rotor tiller to turn

sustained drive,. n_ 40.vnrrf._ ,, -__ sprint, and n flolrl goal, while; Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes for the losers. Final scoi'e the soil on the baseball diamondThe

Jasper's score came from an exciting visited Mr. and Mrs Ernest was 1912. field is being prepared for
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80 yard end run by Halfback S I Holmes Saturday night and attended All boys Interested In playing new Infield soil.Registration .

John Peterson. Suw. Jas. revival services at Antioch this Saturday should bs at the

Quarterback Rod Bowdoin hit Church. Recreation Center by 9 a.m. for women's exercises
3
First Downs 7
End Ray Corbin with 23, 65, and Rushing Yardage 131 151 : Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes attended is nearly completed with !

26 yard scoring passes, all threeIn Yds. Lost Rushing 28 19!> house warming at Mr. and More than 200 students were one person making a firm com

the bottom halt the the sec 103 122 Mrs. Robert Sheppard's Sunday at the dance after the Live Oak mitment. Monday Tuesday, and
Net
ond quarter. Late In the third Rushing afternoon. Jasper football game Friday Thursday night from 7:30: to 9
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Passes
quarter Fullback Corky Blspham Passes Attempted 9 0 Mr and Mrs. H. M. Moore visIted night. The "Last Knights" ,M will probably be the times. Regis
Completed
plowed over right tackle from two Passes Intercepted 0 0 Mr and Mrs. H P. MJforC play for the dance this week fallowing tration close. this Saturday.

yards out for the fourth score. Yards: Penalized 66 40 Tuesday afternoon the game with Madison. I

Halfback Chip Harris kickedan I I Times Penalized 8 4I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moseby Another dance will be held Winter maintenance Is under

18 yard field goal with four 1 3 I -- --- visited Rev. and Mrs J. H. Brown Saturday from 8-11 p.m.. and way and much of the recreation
I Fumble Lost BOWDOIN CORBIN
minutes, ten seconds remaining in Saturday afternoon. Saturday night dances win continue area and equipment Is being

the fourth quarter and on the I Mr and Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited through Deoember IS. Someof cleaned and painted. Additions to

first play from the 40 yard line Harris kicked off to the Jasper punted to the Live Oak 35. Mrs. Riley Ward Sunday af the bands to play Include the the Center will have to wait until

following a Jasper punt ran up 15, where Peterson moved it out Jasper was penalized five for Bcachville ternoon.Mr. "Emotions" of Jacksonville the the proposed budget is finalized

the middle to score with only to the 20. Jones and Peterson off sides. Blspham picked up four and Mrs. Norman Anders "Jades" and "King Beatles" from by the City Council.

were held to five yards in three to the left and Bowdoin gained
seconds remaining in the -- -
twenty Rev. F, E. Day filled his appointment and children left Friday morningfor --
plays and Peterson punted to the a first with two on a sneak On
game. He also kicked three extra here Sunday, had very Earllngton Pa., where they
Live Oak 41 to have it back 23 LAFF-A-DAY
run fourth down from the Jasper
points. relative
good congregations and fine will visit friends and
to the Jasper 34 but Live Oak Bowdoin passed to Corbin for the
sermon They plan to be gone about ten
was penalized 15 yards for clipping first score of the game. Harris' '
BULLDOG'S TALE Willie Beach underwent days.
surgery
bringing it back to the Live kick wide.
was
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes fJ\A CE
Individual Records In the Alachua General Ho.- I
Oak 43. Bass and Bispham pickedup Harris kicked in the end zone .
RUSHING pltal In Gainesville Friday for visited Mrs. Gordon Keeling in
four yards up the middle and and the ball was spotted on the t* COUNSEllOR
Tries Yds. Avg. TD the removing of gall stones and the Suwannee County Hospital
Harris kicked on third down but 20. On the first play Peterson ran I
Suwannee we are glad to hear that he Is Wednesday afternoon. f
the punt was high and gained to the right to tie the score 6-6.
BAM 8 29 3.63 0 doing as well as can be expected. Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry

Harris 5 56 11.20 1 only 10 yards. After Stewart's kick off return by Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Bailer was dinner guest of Mr, and Mrs.
From the Jasper 43 Peterson r
Bowdoin to the Live Oak 30, Bass
Bowdoin 10 -3.30 0 are announcing the birth of a J. F. Toole Sunday.Mr i )
lost five but Live Oak was off w
lost one around right and Bow daughter In the Medical Center" and Mrs William Moore
Blspham 6 1'7 2.83 1
sides for five On
yard penalty.
Avery 1 4 4.0 0 a doln passed six yards to Corbin Gainesville Sept. 14. Mrs. Ballet visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore <
the next Quarterback Me- I
play
to the 35. Corbin caught a 65 yard 1
Jasper is the former Miss Rachel Odom. Sunday afternoon. __
Daniel fumbled the Live Oak 5 5r
Jones 4 12 3.0 0 on aerial from Bowdoin on third daughter of Rev and Mrs. Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Aldermanand / n (
49. Bowdoin lost one around right 14
down to and Harris' kick
McDanlel 4 00 0 score Odom of Beachvllle children and Mr and Mn
end and passed incomplete to
Peterson 12 91 7.58 1 was good to put the Bulldogs out Mr and Mrs. O. D. Bach and J. B. Wilson of Live Oak visited
Harris. Harris punted 38 yards to
Murphy 8 17' 2.12: 0 the Jasper 14. Jasper picked up In front 13-6. Mrs. Sanford Beach visited Willie Mr. and Mr. B. F. Hayes Sunday

Tutee 1 2 2.0 0 the first two downs of the nighton Jasper picked up a first on a Beac hln the Alachua General evening.Mr. .

PASSING runs by Peterson and Jones 19 yard run by Murphy but was Hospital and Bill Bartley and and Mrs. Drew Holmes visIted -

Alt Cmp. Int. Yds. TD and two penalties against the forced to punt. Bass picked up 14 Mrs. Manfred Bailer in the U. F. Mrs. J. H. Reynolds In Live .

SU""I\J\HI yards from the Jasper 42 and another Medical Center in Gainesville Oak Wednesday afternoon.
off sides and
Bulldogs for a per-
Bowdoin 13 9 0 168 3 sonal foul giving them the ball two from the 28 before Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders :

Jasper After Bowdoin hit Corbin again for a Mr. and Mrs. Herschell CaMin! and children were supper guests 1iirc
on their 47. a two yard run
26 score. Again Harris kick of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley
MrDanlrJ 5 0 0 0 0 by Jones a loss of eight around yard and children Ocwayne and Commie

Tuten 1 0 0 0 0 left end by Murphy, and an Incomplete ed the point. Harris kicked off of Jacksonville were guests I' Tuesday night. .,

RECEIVING pass Peterson punted to and on the second play from of Mr and Mrs. H C. Canon Sat Mr. and Mrs. Slim Touchton t tat tie -

Caught Yds. TD scrimmage McDanlel fumbled and urday. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toole
the Live Oak 26, returned by Baas
Snwanne I to the Live Oak 29. Live Oak recovered to end the Rev. Marvin Odom filled hU Sunday night.

Corbin 4 120 3 Bass picked up three over first half leading 20-6. appointment at the Deep Creek Mr and Mr.. Drew Holm Iw i.w s,, Isu r-r.r.: '

Bam 4 40 0 tackle, five more on a pass from From their 41 the Bulldogs Advent Christian Church Sunday. were supper guests of Mr an"
"We until first meal I"
McKelthen 1 8 0 Bowdoin, and Bowdoin picked uo took two penalties for Illegal pro- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Clark of Mis. Willie Howell Friday night. were..very. _happy. our
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PUNTING a first over center. Baas ran left cedure and clipping but two Jacksonville were guests of Mr.

Punts Blkd. Avg.Suwsmne end for 15 and another first to passes from Bowdoin to Bass gave and Mrs. L. C. Terry Sunday.W. .

the Jasper 38. There Bowdoln lost the Bulldogs two first downs and H Tidwell was a business No. 1 Public Notices II

Harris first and ten the Jasper 36. visited In St. Petersburg Wednesday
3 0 26 17 yards attempting two passes. on the Assyrians, they failed; b"-

Bass 1 0 21 Bass punted out of bounds on the The Bulldogs stuck there and cause the Lord was their only ',,1I

Jasper Jasper 27. There Jasper picked Harris punted to the Jasper 22. O. D Beach was a bu in."i I strength in such an undertaking.Paul I NOTICE OF APPLICATION Cram ky J. .n. .. T*...*ii4 *ii4 ...,
Peterson On the third play Live Oak recovered visitor In Gainesville and Ala- roa TAX DUD ....boo*. ,.ill.... H. Tu..d ad ,w
8 0 23 'in three yards and Peterson says, "I can do all things 1 ._ 14 !.. P.3NOTICK I .r* ...<.,... to -*I 5 t..., of ,*.'
Peterson's fumble on the chua Thursday through Christ which strength- I. la HKRKHT U1VEM. slat. ..._, ., ,...... to **M Potltloo .tmIk
20. Bobby Koon who li attl'nc1\n.< I a. A. M.C_., ,.. koMor mt Ik. follow. r.ut........' Allan*,, Win. ...*.USl
Jasper
I eneth m." <( Bass lost seven around right end the Lake City Junior College. vte- eonaUntly read yto ftiht the battles fo, ..> .... to k* ...... sh....*. The 155x5..4 fll* Ik* orl.tool Ik* ofWof
BEFORE YOU BUY _WHY NOT TRY but Bowdoln pawed eight yards tttd Mr.. andMrs, ,' Luther Adkuv I ...(*..... ........ ... ,.... .. It... Ik* 1'555 mt Ik* (Jlro.1 IIt. C .rV N.
I addedeight t of lit*, but r* looked to the I. ..., Ik* .--.*.*. .. sip proporlr ......* u..$,. U.. ""*... ri.il<. Mor
to McKelthen and Harris 84turd.y.I Lord for victory: He walled his ... ... .... I* wkirk. II wu ...o.*.1 "Mon Ik* Itlk ...> ., 1)0_. D
MORRELL SALVAGEPlywood up the middle and Bow. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy o<1 .. '0'.1' ,.... If o*. nr* to ....... tk* ....
Halne warfare In the name of Christ ('....,...,. 101", It. MkorwlM Ik* $limit. **. ., iko Pot...
doln picked up a first over center City were visitors herfWednesday He used only the weapons the V.or .f U.ti.or.i IMt. Sill k* uhoo .. **iifoM"4 kr ,...
From the eight yard line Averyran 1 Doocriptlo. of Pupate I A .ff SId Don .*4 0.*...4 hi U.. (..... Ptor.Ma. .
Paneling Mirrors. Several Size. Lord put In his hands. At no time .. ., C II A./ NRW:! M S**, tar. tall lit, .l i.r1..b.. A. O
for four and Blspham for two did he depend on his own wisdom\ II of II...",. /. 1'......., I .....ho 5,55.
before he for the touchdown Rant. II r..l. I.AVAUGHM A. SESSIONS
piled over
Molding Bath Tubs were captains for the game Ed- and strength. John writes. "And 1'1.' ... .I. wklck. ...o....1 U>klM" .. rink .. Clmn' C..rt
Aluminum Live Oak led 266. wards' defensive play was reason this Is the victory that overoom A.I *f ..14 .|oo In tk. ........ C_..,. PI.r4.
Siding Sink. After two exchanges of punts for Coo: Mr of I**..**: juts of Plorio. (SEAL
enough the
boys electing him eth the world even our faith"II .... .... .
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Door. Lavatories Live Oak moved the ball from captain for the Reason Ken I John 6:41: This Is the victorywe shall. ... .*.**..*. _I.. I. 1.. Ik.prooortir .. 1'.11
the Jasper 32 to the Jasper 10 and Poole, Larry 4oorrU>o4 ,. ..Mk. ....If....*. .'
Formica Simmons, and all need The strength of the ..n5l5eaIII k* al4, M .. .kukwlk44r
Upholstery Material Harris picked a field goal from Wayne Chaney were also stal- I Lord Is available to men In His .. Ik.. Mnrt .kovoo .oor .* ...* NOTICE OP SHERtrrS SALE
the 18. Jasper again couldn't C,,.' Mo....' Is| MMik of Vlooor, IMI.kirk NOTICE IS N'RCRV GIVEN Thus ,
Bath Tile Cabinet Hardware warts In the forward wall. inspired word. .. I* Ik* .tk 4*> .. Ort_. IMI. ........ U WRIT OP EXECUTION '
move the ball and Peterson punted 11."" tkl. Tea. 4.r .. Riooko.. ..... ....... I. .... Clf.... O.rt mt .....1
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event In the history: of Ood'i peo- Peter thought he knew his I lites approached: the borders ofi II III I the Lord out of their calculations group of people figure on doing
like a misfortune but It gave Paula to resist temptation, but Canaan, their hearts were filled I I It caused them to turn back, and the Lord's work by their own wisdom -
great opportunity to preach the not know the treks: of the Isral'I I with fear They ascertained the I! wander In the wilderness.Paul they make a failure. When
CornerWM. gospel In a new field. A common: weakness of strength of their enemies, and says, "Be strong In the the children of Israel made an alliance -
Jesus said "SImon Simon behold to fall to recognize the true compared It with their own weak I i Lord, and In the power of His with Egypt to fight againstNo.
I Satan hath desired to have of their strength When the fleas Their blunder was to leave might" (Eon. 6:10). Every time a ( 1 Continued- on, Page i-)-
thee that he might sift :you M
V. (Bill) PIERCE I wheat" (Luke 23:3D. Evidentlythis
was an extremely: bitter hour
Minister Uve Oak Church of Christ In the life of Peter Peter thought Bezalel ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON I, 1'-1 J. IY./tkN
I he was right In his supreme confidence rriptw*.-.K .
-- In his own ability to meeta TIr ry
All adversity u not helpful, but blind to the profitableness of affliction bad .situation. He told IV -
I some of It It. Very few people are while they are under Its Savior that he was ready t.t II"I 1
able to lee the benefits of adversity I lash, but In :years to come Us I with him to prison and to death
at the time It Is happening peaceable fruit of righteousness I but In fact he was not ready to'
An Inspired writer declares, "Nowno becomes apparent It Is usual'y t go with him anywhere In a fw I 9
chastening for the present I called: "a blessing In disguise". I hours Peter denied that he krw
ceemeth to be joyous, but grlev- When Joseph was In prison on n Christ For this he afterward!
ous: nevertheless, afterward it false charge that was dl',race1I1. "wrnt out and wept bltte-lv"
lyieldeth the peaceable: fruit of the future blessing of this adversity -'Like a great many people nor ,
I righteousness unto them which was not visible! It looked I Peter! gave himself credit for having II
I are exercised thereby" (Heb. I more like a misfortune than a I more courage and fUbtll'v I ,
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12:1U.: blessing But all Bible reader than he On J
actually possessed
I think the truth of this pass.age know that Josephs grievous: experience this point Paul:gives a timelywarning ....-... a UiH....) and dodk'a'MII'It" .v rwk lmlin |*"*nMljr llw ......, ni ki t llhM MM of DIM Th. ".ga ring .all. If M' ....1,..
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of scripture: has been expertlenced turned out to be a great "Wherefore, \let him thraiiih MMM, la tut klg UlrnlIM ) III U.. T........rl.., Mtrk. In .kw own H.kr.w p!.<<. o, worUilp I whWk. .ku ..""' d 1M tl......... R:..ilu.
by the majority of peop'e pIe. And the imprisonment o* that thlnketh he stsndeth take fctflillnff of Ik* T............. .....jf MM! K-Tordlnf to hi'* nbUlty. M tflrllu, .n...."... Ik* world $$ n,ii
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Eaatward H. tot to tn. point ofbeclnnlnc IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
Construction ProgrestesOn New High School Site : ta. _tlon II. Ton- THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '

Services I _. __.-._ w_, ,,_""' .,...._,',. _,.._ 1Jr hip 1 South Ban. It Eaitj IDA FOR* SUWANNEE COUNTY IM CHANCERY.FLoE:

Yon and each of you ar. harsh, DORA POWELL,
r I ....ally notified that LAMAR HANCOCK Plaintiff
Held Here For M Hied hi. .worn Complaint In th. vs.JOHNSON.
Circuit Court of 8iiw.ni County. MERRITT.
Florid, against you and ouch of you Defendant
.. def.nd.nta, ...kino to quirt th* till. NOTICE OF
Abe WilsonFuneral of th* plaintiff to the above dnerlhod IN PARTITION luT
r ml property" loeaud In SuwanaeaCounty Nrtle. I. horehy piron ...
florid deriinned nmhT
services were held You ... further notlfltd that the re- j" ;jvtJ7lB"rhucoT,1"; s;'.
torn day of this Notice" to Defend I. .,
Thursday afternoon for Abe Wl)- .... ih.ll. Mid ? Oi. dlrectlac. .
October I.. l and yon on MIV prvfWTy B f .n.f(. > ..
son 82 of Live Oak who died d..., ...". a copy of your defen, If .rth.... will offer fur ..... and taU ..
y any' upon AIRTH. SELLERS LEWIS. public auction to the hl.he.t and kea
Wednesday in the Suwannee r.JM" k Attorney* for Plaintiff. who. add... I* bidder for ..... at th. front dow of
County Hospital after a brief 111- P. O. Den a. Live Oak. Florida and Immediately Suwanne. County Court HoaiT In IJ.I.
thereafter file the arlflnal of Oak Florida, o. Otolabar sot less I?
ness earn. In the off""'. of th. Clerk of the 1150 A.M.. tho foliowin5 doaartlttod p..l
Rev. Johnnie Hutcherson of 11 ti'LJ Circuit Court of the .bore atyled Court: prop.Ay .lta.tod I. 5uwyn.. County.
+ otherwise, a Decree Pro Confeiao will be Florida. to will:
Antioch Baptist Church and Rev. u. e I 7f lirr rF iterert ...In.' yon Imo No. 4 and No. I. I. m...k
Truett Comer of Jasper officla DONE and ORDERED under my hand Ida 1 of Railroad Addition tho
Daniels and the ...1 of the Circuit Court of the Live Oall. Florida. {1Ioe.
ed at the ceremony at Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, this K.t Township 1 South ..
Memorial Chapel. Burial was In the tilt day of ..pwm...... A. D. I.... It Ea.t.
VAUGHN A. SESSIONS Said properly. I..oth.. with .n lho
Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery. tlork of the Circuit Court Ian.ment. h..dlt.m.lIl. ..01 .P..".......
Survivors include his wife Mrs Suwanne. County Florida .n.... thereunt. beloniln. or I.
SEAL) .. appertaining will be "aid
Katie E Wilson; one daughter. B" Llllt.s Redford .... In punuanc of aid told ado at. aub.
Mrs. Mary Corbitt of Live Oak: Deputy CI..II Jert to tonflrmatlo. of said .... by the

four sons Gary and Ira Wilson oLive II-II Court.Dated at Llv. 0... Ruwanne* Cou,.
Oak, Guy Wilson of Wau NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSOR t,. .Iortd.. Ibis "h dy of .......bar.
TRADE NAME LAW .
of Ins.
and James Wilson
chula TO WHOM ir MAY CONCERNI ./ C DEAN IEWIS
Griffin. N C.; 22 grandchildren : Nolle I* hereby gluon that the unrilmed. 8..1. Muta
th. flrtltlouime
pursuant to 1t.1I
and 23 great-grandchildren. I ...tu... th.pter 1011. or Section
Active pallbearers were his Me.0.. Florida Statute.. 1(41. will reciter
( with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
grandsons In and for Suwinnee County Florida, TO CHANCE ZONE
James B Daniels Funeral Home upon receipt of proof of publication of' Nolle I. hereby ii... that a P.b.Ii.!
thl. notice the fletttlovi' nan. tewttlB I Hearlnr will a.. held by the City Coun
was in chargeFuneral. .11 of tb City of LI..
and F M....." Contractunder *-! I Oak. Florida inth
which we will app .In bu.lneaa.We Council Room, City Hall, Tueeday
......t I* .n.... in bu.I.... I* October 11. IMo at IIS: P. M. for the
.r.la lQ.l.p. ;'... "'" -- -.. I Live Oak Florida and ear .dd.... 1* Rt. purpoe. of ....endl.. Zonln Ordlnanr
Services I, No* 114-0, Uk CHI, He.Tb i iI No. Ill from Ion R.IA (Reildeatiall
Construction of the new Suwannee High School claiiroom rooms and several spacious shop area. Grades 9-11 are expectedto eitent of ownenhfp In la C-l (Commercial) .n the properti
Pine View li shown above left. At right If the corridor move Into the new building later this year. The I building !. air- D. D. PARSER JR. !.% deacrlbod aa b.ln. I. tke City of Live t
building at T. U rUSSELL: ..% I O.k. Lets II and 14. Block Ir. OrleJn.l
Are Held For of the completed half of the building, which Includes clau- conditioned. (Democrat Staff Photo) I A.Datod D. ISIS thl.. lath day of September Tew*..wn.r..b.a All Intereiled have elll....".eppertumt and property ,.

tI. D. BARBER: JR. to b* heard '

Mrs. Vissie NOTICETO STEPHENS, T. B BAI8DFN. C. H (I.U T. U FUSSELL CITY CITY OF COUNCIL LIVK: OAK, FLORIDA e
KingFuneral Brought Sophistication THINKING WHOM IT MAY CONCERN BROWN H. A. BLACKBURN and W. R. VICUNA HUNTER. PreeMeatATTFSTt
From 1)) You will pi.... take notice that the MfCRK.OK a. Trueteea rf THE HINE- NOTICE OF SALE OF VEHICLES
1Contlnaecl<(< Pace
services were held Saturday Although President underalrned Wilbur C Hweat and hla LY-BTt.pHe.Nii' COMPANY a Floridaaorporatlon The Board of PubS Instruction.. 8uwanne HARVEY W. PERRY City Clerk
nature other than the Stephen wire, Novla P Sweat, la enfatln' and dlaanlvd, whoe. pl.ee.. of County, Florid., will offer at Iv-ll
for Mrs Vissie King of Mc- Jackson la remembered a* a Foster Memorial needs to be built will .n.... In th. operation of a laundry ...ltI.".. are unknown, and their repertlve public auction, to th. hl.he.t oath
Alpln. 82 at the Tiger Lake Bap- rough and ready frontiersmanwhose bun n..s.ummunly referred to aa ( unknown aacenaora, aaelcne, : th.udr.hkt.Ufolkwttp dlirlrdrd bu.ei
along the river to attract peopleoff 'Laundromat" at 1.1.. Oak Florida, truatvef. ranteea., or any other and all .
tist Church where she was a Inauguration In 1829 wasa the Interstate highways appears In the name of BWrATS MAYTAU unknown ,.,.un. or ,.,U.. havlaff ..rclalmlnf
member. She died Thursday aftera mob scene, Old Hickory brought HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY and will file any ...ht, title, ar Intereet In On. 1111 Dod. But, N*. ItOn USE
House not only feasible but most a reiletratlon of said fictitious nam.aa and to t h. following deeerlbed. land., Will,. Jeep Tru... Itlt Model.
lengthy illness. sophistication to the White desirable. required/ by Section ....0., florid.Btatutea. Irlnf and being In Suwanae. County,
Rev. Glenn Summers and Rev. the National Geographic says Florida' to-wltl. Thee. vehicle. may be laipected bysonlaetlnt FUCO
will be completed
Interstate 10 WILBUR C. SWEAT
Bill Stewart officiated. Burial was More than $50,000 went Into renovations within the next three years at the 8/ NOVIA P. SWEAT Lot I. Block. d.. of the City of U*. ehool bus th.*...head.. ".meekanl Ho.,,. Hoo.ton at the
In the church cemetery and furniture. Superb Is.!! (Mb. Florid.. In Section ||. Township Ireet I I. LI.. Oak. Florida.
Survivors Include two stepdaughters food wine graced his table.In most I think and what finer locations S South Kant. .. EaatlReflnnlnr Tim *f auctloa. la MI for October. S. Brand
bald Ma.. th. .
can be offered than along at B. Carat o* Barb
Mrs. Lorene Tucker the words of one guest It feattired RAID I LANDS BEING ALSO DE. III.... III LI.. Orb. F..ld.. .
the banks of the Suwannee River IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD Nlo1oo/e0
SCRIBED All o'.I..h P....
and Mrs. Louise Ragans of Clear- "every good and glittering JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FORSUWANNEE
and Just short distances from two COUNTY Buyer mail ...... th. rake of InsecticideFOR
water; two sons Blsh Skinner tmng French skill could devise. FLORIDAIN at the Northe.it earner paint tb. ...... *Ia .9rd.n.' .lth
interstate roads like I-7S and CHANCERT.: of Block 40 (formerly Block. 411 IIw .u" Uw
and Clayton Skinner of Live Oak; 1-10. LAMAR HANCOCK and rnnnlnf Southward aloes Hoton ,.- '......".. the rich! to re-
one sister Mrs. Alma Deese of Plaintiff Street l, feet I t..... Weat 1..Tb.a all kid*.
It is hoped efforts to bring; this ".. ward at rliht an.lea' to said' atnet,
Live Oak; three brothers Arthur. Adjusts To WeightThe project to realization will have VOLNEY BROOK ER. .t al. ItO feet thence Northward, parallel. IraedtHenry M. F.1..... gupermteadeat BEST RESULTSFor
Oscar and Richard Skinner of Defendant.. with' said atreet. I* feet to the M. C,..... Cl." I
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latest gimmick from auto- the support of the entire county NOTICE TO DEFEND North line of sold Block, thence U..1L. '

land could be for you. It's a seat and continue unabated. THE VOLNEY STATIC UHOOKrK OK FLORIDA, and TO the un.

that automatically adjusts to the know. .""u.. of U I. DKNSLFR.

Trailer HarborFOR weight of whoever sits In It. If A number of local people took whou p1..C IIROOKEK reeldenre NFLUON are uaho..I'CLARA who>e The Best In

MOBILE HOMES you get In the driver's seat, ladles the time to express approval of 8 I... of ...Id.n.. ,la Ill K. Connertreat. My Eye Surgery
friend husband has what said here last week Llv. Gab Ruwanne. Count, was
STATE APPROVED AND after was riorWai, rHrD N. BRltllK'.It. JR. who.. ROOFING.
INSPECTED been driving the seat will auto- about the need for road bonds pi... of ... ..... I. 117 Manor, Avenue, CALL COLLECT

PATIOS FOR EACH matically adjust to a comfortable and why this county should go 1.11 ida:!. DOKI8 Live O.k.h. GILL Huwannee whoa.Count pl.,..Flor of Successful and I am

TRAILER SPACETELEPHONE steering position unless you along with the governor's requestfor ,..Id.n.. la barrow Avenue. LI. Oak, STANDARD ROOFINGand
I."n. Count". Fkrldae FAYE
AND weigh more than your husband [ roads now. BROOK r.R GILl, .ho.. pi.. of 0..1.I.1.d.
CABLE TV AVAILABLE but that's another problem. Many however were more con- ... I. ITl I...... Rtr..t B..ufort now back at work.
Corner of Bryson St. andN. would Beaufort County, South ('.rollna MARY
cerned about when they SHEET METAL CO.
LOU BKOOKEK KRAY.:NMOR Anna Ave. and have an opportunity to vote bonds pi... .''d.n.. I., 711* Bloiham A...
HOWARD WRIGHTOwner Live Oak; 15 grandchildren na.. J..konulll.. D"..' Count, rlor- Ill So. A.hl.r St._ Ph. 244-2648
8 greatgrandchildren.James for local schools. I Ida t If said d.f.ndula ... 1I"ln.. sod DR. G. A. LEE tREE BONDED
and Operator who feels as II dad thnlr .
nhuws .
Certainly one h.I. law
362-1303 B. Daniels Funeral Home needs here tI..,..... 1..._. d. ..."..... or t n/h.r TIMATE3 VALDOSTA/S BEST ROOFERS j
of Live Oak was In charge.FunFoodRelaxation strongly about school I ,....... o. partt..l.lmine. h,. thnuh.
as I can find no fault with such ,nd.r u. _apl- .., lb.mt and WORTH
reasoning. Surely most of us can

agree that the most pressing
problem facing Suwannee County -' IpREQUIRED

; today is what we are going to
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SANDY POINT FISH CAMP What we hear sounds good but

with It all there Is an even larger

AND RESTAURANTON cry for community support and

more aggressive leadership so as I

to guide growth in desired chan-
THE SANTA FE RIVER
nels and to see that the com-

(FINE FOOD, BOATS, CABINS) munity is not left behind in area

development.

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.k> The Fish Are Biting Good A rare Malayan praying mantis .

So Come On Down not only looks like an orchid;; at Ii
time. the pink InnecU rocks In i

Imitation of a breeze-blown blos

Channel Catfish or Fried ChickenAll som. I

You Can Eat For $1.50 READIAG"

DO YOU HAVE AN t .

Also Open Pit Barbecue, Steaks, Alcohol Problem? ... ,

Chops, Shrimp, Seafoods We now have in Live Oak ; : r Get Fast Action with

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LIVE OAK I New Clothe From Old -- If with a good wrap. Be sure the
you've got more time than money one you select Is both moisture
and moat of us have keepIng and vapor resistant. Then be sure
the children In clothes la you seal the package tightly.
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA__ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. IHiS _.n__ VOL 81, NO. 19 probably a major problem.A The sharp decrease In the price
simple way to cope with the of frown orange juice has put a
situation la to use adults' old lot of this vitamin-packed drink
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Buccaneers Open clothes to make new garmentsfor on family breakfast tables.
News From BranfordBYi Re AYmiwI FridayLittle the kid*. For tasty pancakes for your

I Mla Branford will be Against Rugged You can use your old skirts and family you might like to prepare
crowned Friday night during skirts of old dresses to make girls' and serve them with orange sauce.
MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH I the halftime show at the Bran- jumpers and dresses. A summer Pancakes With Orange Sauce
ford-liaatinga football game. Hastings Eleven print can be turned Into an attractive Instead of the usual liquid In
The Branford High School blouse for a little girl to your favorite pancake batter, UM
Band will also perform. The Branford Buccaneers will wear with jumpers. reconstituted orange juice. Pre
Women StudentsThe i Little Miss Candy MOMS, the open their 1ge football season at Cut a girls slip out of one of pare 4 pancakes per serving.
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Foreign reigning coon, wlU be on hand home Friday night when they your old cotton slips -a you cnn Spread with whipped cottage
to crownhe new Llttlci Miss play a rugged Hastings team use straps and double panels from cheese stack, and add a ladlefulof
Branford Woman's Club her native costume. During the business! meeting Branford. Hastlnga plays a tough brandof the old one. orange sauce.
met last Wednesday afternoon I It was pointed out that there Mrs. Griffith appointed Mrs. a. football led by Coach Foots Make boys' shirts and shorts To prepare the sauce, combineIn
with Mrs. R. O. Griffith presiding. are about 750 International students Herman Williams aa chairman of Brumlry who Is looking for hisonehundreth from men's clothing by taking a sauce pan 1 cup sugar 2
Highlighting the meeting attending the university, community affairs. Mrs W R. Christian Workers win The Buccaneers the man's garment apart and tablespoons cornstarch and 1
were talks given by exchange students most of them Cubsn. There are Hill district director, announced School To lie held are expected to run a wide placing p.U.npll'tH for a boys teaspoon salt. Blend well and
from Japan and India who several international clubs for the district tour to be held In open offense and a tight defense. garment on the parts. You'd put I slowly stir In 1 cup water. Add 3
are attending the University of these students. Jasper on October 20. Christian Workers School will Probable starters for Branfordare each piece of a boy's shirt patternon i tablespoons of butter. Bring to a
Florida. An annual Christmas party 1' Hostesses for the meeting were be held at the First Methodist : the corresponding piece of a boll. Reduce heat and continue'
The Japanese student wore her held each year for foreign students Mrs. A. Jack Phillips and Mrs Church of Lake City. September Resell 165 RK man's shirt, for example Lay out cooking, stirring constantly until
native costume and an Interesting and the tree is decorated W. 8. Ware. i 26-30. The first session will begin Johnston 175 RE the pattern on the shirt so you mixture thickens. Remove from
talk on the gave Japanese with things that they bring from A special guest at the meeting Sunday afternoon at 9:30: and on Kllpatrlck 170 RQ can reuse the old front opening heat and add 1 can orange juice
week nights st 7:30.: concentrate. Blend well. Serve
their countries. was Mrs. Hicks, whose native Murray 150 C
S Tea Ceremony, She Is working fora
school Is for all churches
decree in physical: education at land Is Holland. She gave an Interesting This Suwannee-Ssnta Fe Scarborough leo La Freeser-Bum Don't panic If warm or chilled.Hurricane .
the talk on life In Holland. within the A. Allen 175 RT you find meat from your freezer
The university student from India spoketo Mr. And Mrt. MclnnisMr. o Oroup Ministry which Includes, Terry 160 LK: has a brownish discoloration on Information Here,
s the the of a Branford. Miller ITS qn teh surface The meat Is not In brief form. Is a suggested' checklist
group on ways
"Adult
ResolutionBRANFORD The course offered are: be which should be filled before
though It not
housewife In India, also wearing Lee 135 urn spoiled may at
r Work In the Church Cheney 160 RHBQ. flavorful as It should be. the big blow hits Pasted to a
LODOF. taught by the Rev. &hOOI''I' Allen ISO FB This discoloration. Is called 'small piece: of cardboard and
I latch en Hold I IITU Party vob' v NO. 130 F. & A. M.WHEREAS. cart pastor of the First freeser burn". It's caused by a hung In the !kitchen It will pro-
: It has pleased our dist Church of Cocoa: loss of moisture from the surfaceof vide an Immediate reference during
Vt. and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch Supreme Grand Muter to call Woman's Society of Christian Branford the meat. It II an Indicationthat the rush around period the
entertained the Adult Baptist our Worthy Brother JOHN W Service. taught by Mrs. David the wrapping has been punc- day before a hurricane hits.
Training Union Class Thursday SMITH, from labor to the celestial Cathcart, put president of the I lured or that the material used First aid kit refreshed.
night at their home In Branford. Lodge on High.THEREFORE I Southeastern Jurisdiction of the PersonalsAndy to wrap the frosen meat was not Battery radio, with spare batteries -
Refreshments of home made Ice be It resolved Woman's Society of Christian molslure-vapor-proof. .
cream and cake were served.' that the dtparture'ot Brother I Service: and Mrs. 1. 8. Hollls One of the most Important ways Electric lantern with spare
Those attending were Mr. and Smith, ve Jose a worthy memberof who Is Conference Director of Cheney, son of Mr. and to protect the quality of the batteries.
Mrs. Bill Thompson Mrs. D. B. our Lodge, a just and upright I Children's Work will teach "The" Mrs Howard Cheney spent a few meats you put In the frerser I Is (No.. 1 Continued on Page Iii>
Fletcher. Mrs. Allen Price Mrs. Use of the Bible With Children.
Mason and cltlsen. and devoted --- ---
days last week In the Suwannee
R. O. Griffith Mrs. Betty Dur- a. I
Christian. Brother Smith departed -
County Hospital In Live Oak.
den. Mr. and Mrs. Bob B'Jan.MI' I
from this early life with age
Nursing Council To Meet Mrs Lola P. Williams and Mrs :
and Mrs. Robert Fletcher,
and experience He was worthy of Bell business -i
8. O. Phllpot were
Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Griffin and and well qualified and duty prepared The Suwannee County Home CHAMPIONSHIP RODEOSponsored
visitors In Gainesville Mon- i
Mrs. Glen Murray.If I III F for admission Into the Celestial Nursing Advisory Board will meet
r"iL ...,' Lodge on High where our today Thursday) at 13:15: pm. dsy. By
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Alexanderof
Supreme Grand Master provides.To In the Big Dixie Restaurant In .
I and Mrs. J. D. (Jim) his beloved family, we extend Live Oak. Officers for the coming Gainesville spent, Sunday visiting BRANFORD RIDING CLUB
born In Oltrtra will celebrate announced at this Mr and Mrs. T. A. Hatch and
of be
you were Melnnli our heartfelt sympathy but can year will DRANFORD RIDING CLUB ARENA
other relatives.Mrs
their tkfUrth Wedding only remind them that he Is not meeting. All members are urgedto
of oddnumbered
September an Mary Shaw Is a patient In
Anniversary Scads, October I. dead but only asleep. Resting be present. the Buwsnnee County Hospital. Saturday, September 25-8 P.M.
year, renew A retention will be held In after a well spent life here. He
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fletcher of
your drivers license their honor at the O'ltrien cannot and would not. If he cry and this testimony be spread Macclenny spent Sunday! visitingMr. Sunday, September 26-2:30 P.M.
Baptist Churns trtwcvn the could return to us. Let us so liveand thereon, and a copy of the same Fletcher's Mr and
parents PARADE AFTERNOON AT 4 P.M.
SATURDAY
this month. boors of I and 4 p.m. All perform our duties aa to Insure be furnished his family and that Mrs. D. B. Fletcher and family, .
friend and relative of the a joyous reunion with those the Suwsnnee Democrat: be askedto Mr. and Mrs Leon D. Hatch Wild Brahma Calf Roping. Dull Riding' Steer BullDogging t
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C resale are Invited I. .u..... gone before us. publish the same. ,
Reece Brown and R. E. Hatch were business Clowns, Everyone) Invited.
Mr. and Mr. Melanie were BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED COMMITTEELavaughn .
Jacksonville Tuesday.Kenrw
In
visitors
marled th.... ..... east of that In testimony 0 -our brotherly A. Sessions I' Rodeo headquarters located at Moses Servlco Station
1 COUNTY JUDGE OUrtr at the futonChorth Baptist love and .......m. a pate of ourrBOorde James. F RanchesLennle Phone B3&.3301 1

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-(9f9 to- Here And There I Mist Gloria Jean Allbritton I

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awlmirrrnwei.wnrwm F8p ak9 YOUR UfAUU.
Mia Penny Wettsteln left Sunday
for Mt. Berry College Mt. ..

i Berry, Oa. By LE3TEB: L. OOUEMAH. 31.D.Let's -
WOMEN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warren
spent Labor Day week end with
Talk About
Mrs. Warren's parents Mr and Gout
Mrs. Claude Cartier of Cocoa.
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Chuck Warren returned horn ZS GOUT a "rich man's" disease S e e

with his parents after a two ?" .,. What are the symptoms of
Circle weeks visit with his grandparents. The classical cartoon of the gout?
Head i
Ann
Department overindulged tycoon, Ms heavily Usually I am reluctant to
Visits DistrictMrs. Met Last TuesdayThe Avc and Mrs. Robert Cartier bandaged big toe propped on describe symptoms of any disease
George Sprague of Miami returned to their home in Ray downy pillows, seems to beeveryone's because of the tendency of
l department president of the Ann Farham Circle of the City, Oa., last Thursday after Idea of the victim of some people to quickly Identify
American Legion Auxiliary paidan First Baptist Church met Tuesday spending a week visiting Airman Hut symptoms with a condition that
official honor visit to district afternoon In the Educational Cartler's parents, Mr and gout Is not, In reality. a they think they have and probably
three Monday night at the Legion Building of the church with Miss Mrs. Claude Cartier in Cocoa. socially selective J do not have.
Hall In Lake City. Bertie Mae Robinson presiding. George Carswell of Tallahasseewas disease. It Now, I am deliberately departing ,
Mrs. A. K. Black of Lake City Mrs. John Castleberry gave the a week end guest of Miss can happen to from this practice because
district area president, was present scripture and led In prayer. Phyllis Howland at the home of people of all Income It la Important that the
and those attending from The program, "The Result of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ed I groups.. early symptoms of an acute
Howland. attack of gouty arthritis be
here were Mrs. Lawrence Lee Ood's Increase" was presented by
Mrs. R. O. Hatcher Mrs. Hazel Mrs. M. H. Hlngson, assisted by How does one 'diagnosed a* quickly as possible
Cannon, Mrs. Arthur Crowe and Mrs. Hinton Ooff, Mrs. Jimmy Mrs. Brim Club get gout In order that treatment with
Gout Is a dUturbanee the excellent new drugs can be
Mrs. Henry Skinner. Dees, Mrs. Tom Landen, and Mrs. .':.'1.
Hostess Last WeekThe "' 01 I started Immediately
Castleberry. ;" 1 .,
I Good Will Club :: : Dr. Coleman the manufacture swelling; ana lenaemess of
Mrs. Kirk Oaskln cloned the met last >/Ji::, :.
James Roger Gill meeting with a prayer. Tuesday afternoon In the home of : and elimination one or more joints, with fever,
Mr. and Mrs. J M. 0111 Jr, announce a. Mrs. Phil Brim on White Ave of uric acid. must be brought to the attention
the birth of a son Sep nue with six members and one Some foods are ,known to of the doctor.
tember 14, in the Suwannee Robert Keith Davis visitor present. i\' stimulate larger quantities of The study of the blood for
County Hospital.The The 12th chapter second Corinthians the offending uric acid In' Uioee increased amounts of uric add
baby has been named Mr and Mrs. George Davis announce was read by members. people who have a gouty tend make the diagnosis of gout
James Roger Gill the birth of a son August Mrs. Brim read the minutes of! ency. Anchovies, sardine, more definite. S
The maternal grandparents are 31, in Morrlstown N. J. The baby the previous meeting and the sweetbreads and kidneys are Gout can also occur In a
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Hobbs of has been named Robert Keith. closing prayer was given by Mrs. some of the major culprits. chronic form.The earliest treatment
Live Oak, and the paternal Mrs. Davis is the former Amanda Maude Skeen. Sometimes there Is a hereditary Is therefore advisable, to
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.J. Hudson, daughter of Mrs. Es- On September 28 the club will disturbance In the process prevent chronlclty.
M Gill Sr., also of this city. telle Hudson of this city. Mr. meet In the home of Mrs. Rach- by which uric acid Is formed e e o
In the
Davis Is the nephew of Mr. and eel Hegler oa North Hamilton Mr. and Mrs lease M. Allbritton announce the engagement body. What Is the treatment for
Your "paper" money la actually Mrs. Woodrow Ooff also of this I Street at one-thirty In the after of their daughter, Gloria Jean, to William James Meddlers son male.Gout occurs chiefly In the gout

75 per cent cotton fiber. city noon. of )Ir. and Mrs. Alton.O. McCullers. see. Cotchtdne, ACTH and cortisone
are the "wonder ctru ,"
Miss Allbritton and Mr. McCnllers attended Suwannee high Why does gout always seem ,
I New Junior Woman' Club O//icen--' School. to affect the big tooT for gout.
Probenecld Is used
__ The wedding will be an event of October ninth at eight e'clock Actually, an acute bout of exteiudve-
It. gout la a form of arthritis that Iy for long periods of time to
In the evening at the Westwood Baptist Chnrch.
affect the joints of the neat aid in the elimination of veto
I Mr and Mrs. Allbritton will entertain with a reception, follow toe in about 60% of the case acid from the body.

Ins the ceremony, In the social hall of the church.All It frequently attacks ankles, Insteps Strict diet eliminates roods
friends and relatives of the couple are Invited to attend both knees and hands In Its I that have a high "purlne" content -
the wedding and reception. acute phases.Besides from which uric acid Isormed.
C e e .

Mrs London I Shamrock Clover Elect heredity and diet, wails Dr. Co'011110'
what else can cause gout ndertakt to answer individual
Shower Honoree New Officers At Meet Acute Infections, Injuries to tellers, Ae leitt ue re-tutors'
Mrs Hardy Williamson and The Shamrock Clover Club the joints, exposure to -cold, uesthme in kit column whenever
Mrs. Ruth Ann Purvis! entertained meeting was called to order by sudden change In atmospheric possible an4 when they
with a bridal shower for Mrs. President Fred Glass Jr., when pressure and aftermaths of surgery lire general Mtntt. Aidrttt
George Landen at the home of they met recently and officers can also produce symptoms your letters to Dr. Coteman to
Mrs. Williamson Thursday.The were elected for the coming year, of gout. core ot. tAil MfietmtMr.O .-
table was covered with a Fred Glass Jr, was elected boys I.... Klri matures truncate, Iae.UCUONVILUS .
white lace cloth centered with an president; Kathy Baas presidentfor _
arrangement of summer flower.. the girls: Donlta Alford vice
The gift table was also covered president; Susan Smith secre MtlkUUI tutu ratMNil a i

with a white lace cloth. tary-treasurer; Lee Williams, WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR .
The hostesses presented the council delegate: Margaret Taylor U
: it : k// honoree with a silver creamer, reporter; Leroy Chauncey, HAMID- RTON ALL NEW SHRINE| J
__ ..% I bowl and butter dish. leader and Cindy ,
__ af ....;a;., kM sugar tray, song ; Sheppard
The Junior Woman's Club met on September 0 for their first meeting of the new year Visitorsto Refreshments of cake, lee recreational leader.
the club were Mrs W, R. Cooley, Mrs T. Alfred Leonard Jr., Mrs Laurie DuVal, Mrs. Matthewp cream "Cokes", and mints were The fair booth and the 4-ll ,

Cross, Mrs. Fred C, Turner, Mrs Charles Johnson Jr., Mrs. T. Allison Scott and Mrs. V. J. Smuts served during the. .evening banquet decided 'to was have discussed members The club pay 41 :

It was announced that hospitality hostesses for the month of September would be Mrs Roy monthly duesThirteen
{ Slemp, Mrs. Danny B. McCrlmon and Mrs. Frank Futch Jr. Thought "For Week members were present

Pictured above are from left to right, Mrs. Pomeroy Carter, seereUry Mrs. Reginald Scott, American novelist Doroth with the club lades Mrs Crews yPr.
Ij board member Mrs. Mottos Ward 7 corretpondlnT wcreUry Mrs. Ernie Sellers, tad vlce-preildenl; Fisher said: "A mother Is not a and Mr. Boatrlght Visitors were : jjUs In :IUJlfllilm: J'I:. : ,
Mrs Al Wilson, board members Mrs. Roy Slemp president: Mrs V. J. Smuts, president of the senior person to lean on, but a person to Pam Crews, Judy Crews, and June

:' club and Mrs Rich Cspell lit vice-president. make leaning unnecessary" Jones ; .: .ll. IISIIVID outn SlATS : !

Susan Plttman. Patio Supper Given .
Mr*. Unroll Circle, Visitors were Mrs. Frank Williams Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Flood and 3 MATINEES c eIL e .

Following Doctor's Advice Am Offering Hostess! For SeptemberCircle Mrs. Oerry Lord and Mrs Mr and Mrs. Alec McKelthen 2 NIGH] SHOWS ; s1.le '
Laurie DuVal. Other members
honored Mill Martha Land and aw.eIl
Four of the Woos of the present were Mri. John Johnson are alwea ..., loo .
Bob with
Rutledgt a patio
supper
FOR SALEThe First Methodist Church, met Sep Irs. Harold Sapp Mrs. Rich Ca- .
tember 7 at the home of the latter, Thursday Hut IiiEUi1811u( f ww.s
In the home of Mrs pelt Mrs Nell Cannon. Mrs DanStainer night. .
Donald Burch on Ohio Avenue. Mrs Tom Moore, and
The engaged .
Chuck Wagon RestaurantsIN couple was presented
Mr.
Curtis
Koon opened the Mrs. John Wiggins. with silver In their choeen .
meeting with the devotional followed The October meeting will be In
LIVE OAK AND MADISON, FLORIDA with the pattern. -,. I lac are suer Meow irr.r 1144541rea01uKl .
program by Miss the home of Mrs. Parks Johnson Attending were Mr and Mrs
Mattoi Ward Mr. and Mrs / .
$5,500 Cash For Either One. Wjr- PS. e..1-/de 1M ...
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Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Party man Harvard Jr. Billy Williams! Ma. ...1-tOe: ..., ........s-i 1M t.r ........s-1.ss arf .
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Land and Mr. and Mrs O. H. . . . . .

Contact I have moved from Helveiuton Street to Rutledge.

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- TA: 9ndePi -I Subscriptions WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT 7winampfire I i


WASHINGTON Suitannee Democrat Suwannec ValleyTHE MarketTrading BILL BCRO-
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I UNUSUAL,to say the least...
Listed below are new subscriptions :
MARCH OF EVENTS and subscriptions renewedto WM active and demand I Several overfilled cattle were TWO BOYS WERE OUT BOAT- SOMI 100,000 STEELHEAD I
the Suwanne Democrat from good at the Suwannee Valley NO 'IN WHIM A TROUT EGGS HAVE BEEN
$1 and $2 lower than theee quota SIZE BASS JUMPED R11GNT 1 FLOWN TO THE SOV, UNION'
PUNISHMENT OUGHT I SO THINKS HERSHEY September 10 to September 17. Livestock Market for the weekending :: Uons. INTO THEIR COAT. FROM A FISH HATCHERY IN
TO FIT THE CRIME | U DRAFT DODGERS NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS last Wednesday. A total Slaughter cattle sold as follows: OREGON.
L/CpL Perry D. Moblejr, N. Y. of 392 cattle and calves were sold, Steers: high cutter and utility,
ByllEllo'BY CATIICABT N.Y. up from 319 the previous week $14-$18. .
Central Prttt Washington Writer Pvt. W. H Whiddon, Ban FranCisco. Slaughter steers were few, hf if- Heifers/ : low to average standard ta4. Jl-
WASHINGTON man'who has conducted the nation's Calif. era steady to weak. Cows were $17-118; utility, ItJ-IU.lS
(" \ 'nt'liMe IU Inception prior to Dr. Albert Haynes Sheridan weak to 80 cents lower. Bulls Cows: one standard, $16.75;
World War II, Isn't happy about some recent legislation passed --"-- '_. .'
Oregon were weak to $1 lower Calves utility, $13-7S-$13.7&: cutter, ":
by That both bill the Senate and the House. Midshipman Clark Peat Crapps.Annapolis' were strong to $1 higher. $11.:5-$1J: tanner, $...IU5. t \ .'" K
Imposes heavy criminal penalties on young men Md. Freder-stocker" steers were Bulls: few commercial $1750- ,
who burn their draft card Of coarse, whenever Congress be- Cadet James M. Crapps, Stsun- strong to $1 higher, heifers 50 $18.73: utility .1t.IUS; cutter, _.. .. )
concerned .
cones with matter: of this sort.
ton Va. cents to $1 higher Cows were $13-$14.7S yearlings w. .
; $11.73J; ,.. ,.
emotion are apt to overcome reason and en. Cadet Daniel O. Crapps, Stsun- about steady, calves' uneven, canner fI.fIUO.Calve. .... .::: '"" .", ..... '"
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wing legislation is be If
to
M + than required by likely conditions.more severe ton, Va. mostly steady.Twothirds .: good. $19-$33; stan ..
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Cadet George. Crapps. Stsun- of the supply was
dard $17.33-$30; utility $1S-I7;
Lt Gen. Lewis B, Henhey, Selective Service
ton, Va.Walter cleared to feeder-stocker accounts
Director, believes that the cases of draft-card- few utility and standard waters, FOR WHOOPING. CRANE HOW TO TtlLTWR AGE OP
burning that have com: to light represent R. Starling Wellborn while 40 per cent were calves $1J-$1 50.Peederstocker. FOUND RECENTLY P-H6A3ANT5]SPUR ON OLD
for the most Ray Kelly Branford cattle sold a* IN ONE\! NEST; COCK IS LON part theatrics by kids whoha"n't Wilson Smith, Branford follows: ONLY TWO IN COLOR AND 61OS5Y. ON-
grown up yet-somewhat like a EGOS ARt LAIP. 'if SHORT
youngster sticking his tongue out at a policeman Patty Fletcher Branford Steers: good $18.73-J1.BO; ANDLU S ERLFSS.Itl
Mrs. E. W. Trussell. L. O. ProFilesIWHKTIS standard $16.0-$30; utility.
Hershey believes that his office already had Fred Williamson. Rt. U O. $14J3-$1I.JO; Inferior, IU3-I3..
the proper approach to such demonstration.. I Gerald Oamble RU L. O Heifers: standard and low-good.
General Hershey to order up for Immediate Induction men who Cadet David Montgomery $13 SO-IU.7S: Utility $12 &0-.14.-
destroyed their draft cards. This action tort I BamesviUe. Oa. BOKDOSIW 50: Inferior ll-$13.
Jhr/ rs JMs of helped along the process of maturation. V. U. Moses. BranfordSUBSCRIPTIONS Cows: standard and good. $11.7J$1480 .-
sysrm e RENEWED JOE GARAGIOU& ; utility $1023-$11.7J;
S I BACK OX THE POLITICAL TRACK Snowden Lee Rt. L O. ? interior $...11: one utility cow-
President Johnson surprised many within his hearing when B. O. Glenn. Wellborn BIG IE3UE RECORD calf pair $13.50.
during a White House ceremony honoring the memory of Her LeTrell !:leU, Oalnetvllle, Oa. Calves' : one prime, $3450:
bert Hoover, he remarked that "the partisan spirit (U) an alien T. A. Hackney. Lake City choice, $31.33-$23.7S: food $!.-
spirit to America." W. L. Howell Wellborn $3333: heifers $17.M-$1; stan .
But little Howard Cheney, Branford re+ lard $16-$JO utility $13.26.111 e r w n.a..lglw wMt.
a more than a week later. In paying his respect to : ;
another outstanding Republican who had passed away, Johnson W. O. Hurst, L. O. Inferior, $10.3S-$15.
called him "a strong partisan In the best tradition of American H. L. McKelthen. L. O. fogs totaled 437, down from
politics." Mrs. Oneal Boatrlght. L. O. 481 the previous week. Zion (:JlrL"llalt+
Newsmen were gratified' that Johnson had renewed the franchise Wiley Crews Itt, L. O. Mixed grades barrows and lilts Fall nlval
of the two-party politic systemSCIENCE Mrs Elisabeth Hughes. L. O. 1Itacz sold as follows: 180-310 tbs., $33. Ileum
. H. M. Ward. Rt. L. O. 85; 310-340 Ibs., $3433; 340-370 Th Mt. Zion Christian Church Bonded
nCTIOX-Weird. tale., In books, magazines and David K. Grappa. Athens, Ga. I IDS.. 123 n: 160-180 Ibs.. $23 to: U, B. 139 South, brilns IU fall
on television have stimulated the Imaginations of untold millionsof 8. B French. PalaUa 140-160 Ibs.. $3383: 120.240 Ibs., revival Monday with the Rev, Trd
people. They have obviously had a particularly stimulating H. Williams Perry Jr. Louts $33 M); 100-130 Ibs, $23 U; 60- Davenport of Alton. Va., a. guest House Mover
effect on one lady who sent the following Inquiry to Sen. Robert vllle. Ky. ; lIfli1lMlWI'1M AuuAGS 100 lb*., $23.40. evangelist. Bwlwa will begin at
F. Kennedy of New York: Caribou Publishing Co. Caribou fOUR cwea: 1.257Km'S Most sows 180-600 Ibs. $20 45. 7:30: pm. Monday through Sat
"Is it true that an underground world of supermen has been Maine +) $2305; boars, $1S33-$1S73: U 8. urday.
discovered by Admiral Byrd under the North Pole?" Harry T. Reid Funeral Home, Ivs BEST VIiWt Wi\S 1052VJrMTS No. 2 and 3 medium feeder pit Dinner on the grounds will be Herman Herring
Bobby decided that this was something for the experts so he Jasper ;PtRA15S..WTtD 53-123 Ibs., $33.35-$363S: : cull and after the Sunday morning IM'nlce. CROSS CITY FLORIDA
sent the letter to the D. F. Chandler! Rt. L. O. October 3. ,
on Navy Department for reply. Back .275 W.11I116MT HAn+fRS under 7$ lb. plO, Ut.U' 25
came the following deadpan answer: M. M. Kent Lake City ,a.54.R.O.I/S r? Th Her, Phillip Alllcocxl. pat Phone 498-3725
The Department of the Navy has DO knowledge of the existence B. C. Adam, Weal Palm Beach or, will lead the aiming during
of an underground world of supermen In the North Pole Tommy Edwards.: L. O. -.._-- (Of floe Supplies' at MeCrlmen's) the revival.
area. As you know, Rear Admiral Byrd carried out extensive J. T Barnes. Largo
explorations In the South Polar region and our submarines Aubrey Ward. McAlpln
have encountered nothing other than Ice in transltting the North Mrs. Colonel A. Linden Rt.
Polar region." L.O.
Senator Kennedy has the feeling that the Navy was too thorough .
but too serious. After all. tre lady didn't ask about conditions Chili
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program, for Viet Nam. During a recent tour of slratJon Club last Tuesday afternoon -
the battle area. Chamberlain was told that two $..", C*,4y when the club met at the
Items would be helpful to brakduwa the Ian- Community Center. AT
guare barrier between. U.I. soldiers and the /ervl.r Mrs. Ira KIM read the devotional
civilian population-snap and candy U VIet Hum which was followed by the
Chamberlain opened lib campaign with two Lord's prayer.
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at all he collected six tons of soap and a small mountain of Ida Jo Harrison, nome demon
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PAGE TWELVE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1965 \


THE OLD HOME TOWNs rra By STANLEY Wellborn P-TA Meets I I Canoed fruit Julc a:' *
Elected I
Officers Special foods for babies the
YEAH'U The Wellborn School faculty T o 0
MTAPHASE! I0 rrlvvE I aged, and invalids. '
was Introduced Thursday nightat
At Suwannee High P the P-TA meeting. The group Can opener.
ar a
0 Dried cereals.Crackers .
\ 1 k+ 'Nf met in the school library.
Harvey Ollmore was elected Among the matters discussed at Including cookies.
president of the Suwannee High the meeting were a membershipdrive Milk, powered and evaporated.
senior class Friday at a claw RO #v3 and the Halloween Carni- Sterno or other selfoperatingstove.

meeting Other officers for the Class ol val.BobbY Stansel presided. The Matches..

1966 Include Tommy Roper, vi lw next meeting will begin Pith Open 11 rrTiiE OUTSIDE-OF-HOME Mops, rags, and buckets.
president; Susan Plttman. secretary RwIN House at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. INCINERATOR Paper plates (to conserve 'water -

and Becky Gill treasurer I ELAND :,, 7. Meetings will be the first ).
The Suwannee High DCT class qp Thursday of each month. hh) Small tools (brought in from
also elected officers at their first DOWN carport) such as screwdrivers -
meeting Friday. DCT officer this ,yOAI small animals as well as their i ii pliers, nails and hammer.
year are Charles Underwood ( 9A 1 N i,1u8s normal fare. The red colobus In the event that the storm is
president; Billy Stanley vice l monkey is favored game Baron i of such intensity that your family -
president; Phyllis Stansel. secretary U Hugo van Lawick, who documents LOCATE AT A SAFE DISTANCE FROM HIDDEN SPOT IN REAR OF YARD decides to take shelter in a
Bird and Janis Miss Ooodall work with color BUILDINGS AND VEGETATION i MAKES A GOOD LOCATION I Disaster Center take with you:
Freeman; Marsha treasurers; O a y 1 eBrooklns films and still photographs,. film- ............... ........................M... ............. .... ....... Cot or sleeping bag or pad
reporter; Joan Anders ed chimps searching for birds' f/i; (there may not be enough to
Student Council representative; nests, apparently to steal eggs. r ) I go around if the shelter is

and Johnny Severance sergeant- .- wo A remarkable film by Baron '-., : Jammed).
at-arms oo s 1 1GI6NSOreA van Lawick "Miss Goodall in Africa III Ell Flashlight or lantern of your
," will be shown on the Na- own.
BUSYSUMMEP tional Geographic Society's na- Any special foods and utensils
Baptist Revival IleM tlonwldj color television series on BURN TOWARDS NIGHT AND I. FOR COMPLETE BURNING MIX to prepare them. *
December 22, 1965. Three other WHEN WIND IS FAVORABLE IN DRY REFUSE WITH WET Small quantity of water.
At Suwannee StationA unusual, hour-long films of exploration Change of clothing
revival at Suwannee Station Manlike VarietyEast and discovery will be Blankets.
Baptist Church began Monday shown In the series, to be televised Skip the non-essentials, except
and will continue through Sun by the CBS Television Net Card Of Thanks No.1 such things as a favorite doll
day, Sept. 26 Services begin at African Chimpanzees Develop work. The other programs are or toy for the children.
7:30 pjn "Americans on Everest", September We would like to thank everyone Flashlight (2) with spare bat- i Leave the "portable" TV at
Rev. J. H. Brown pastor of 10, "The Voyage of the Brigantine who sent flowers and food at teries. I home. There won't be enough _
Orange Baptist Church is guest Close Family Ties And PersonalitiesWashington Yankee". February 11, the death of our loved one. Three to five gallons of water I power for it, and you might .
evangelist Rev O D. Lowe Is 1966; and "The World of Jacques- The Family of per person. find you enjoy talking to
I
pastor at Suwannee. Station. The chimpanzees in an East African Yves Cousteau", April 28,'1966. Abe Wilson Canned meat, soups, etc. I your family or neighbors .

reserve have close family ties and show as much varietyin

4-II Officers Named) personality as man himself Muggs and Skeeter
Goodall English scientist has been
The Wellborn <4-H Club met Jane a young ,
last Tuesday night and elected studying a community of primates in "Chimpland," the NOW ply FPIe' I MAVENT V WELL,XT LEAST ILL NAVE TB GR7W601OUYe
officers and voted to enter :a -lQ'uar miles of forested valleys Goodall harmless MOVED YES.. yt7U LIKE )OU LIKE TO TIME NO- cc'e el AND Ptl61t ,ANOTeER R r eecelr7
Fair. and treeless ridges of Tanzania's tolerate Miss as a AN A/SIIiTNpll'/ : JUSr LAST ITT 6EE tTi TNIf ElE1NP0lt DuTip+ tGN IIF.ApI tb
booth at the County
Game Re- possibly inferior creature Nave T w1IK.. t Fos;Atv "
Stream '
Officers,this are: Johnny Oombe
year and source of bananas.
I a sure ...
Bailey, boys president, Paulette serve. The National Geographic In the 'wild, a mature female
Dancy, girls president; Dicky Society has supported her research chimp has a baby every two or

Fulton, vice president; Lonnie three years She makes a lovlrtt
Dancy, secretary-treasurer; Deb Working alone in the ape coun- mother One morning Miss Good-
bie Fulton, council delegate: try for five years, Miss Goodall all observed a mother chimpanzee -
Yvonne Berry, reporter; Bobby has a remarkable picture of the I .. e
playing with an infant daughter. so,
I, social relationships of chimpan Ir
Foster, recreation leader. and
Lying on her back, the mother
Kerry Dancy, song leader. /I I zees. For their part the chimps
".... bounced the baby up and down
with her feet, then suddenly bent
her knees so that the youngster
Cranberry The Berries'rIn collapsed in a heap of waving
arms and legs
I The mother suckles the youngster -
Year-Round and keeps it with her in a
Delights
: tree-top nest at night until It 1.

about three years old. Three-
.
DENHOFP --- WITH FOOTBALL NOW
I y IILIU year-olds'may leave their moth
WHY long for the good old 3 tbsp sherry ers but only briefly. Six-year-
days when the good new day 2 tbsp tarragon vinegar olds often leave the family circle .
bring* auch a diversity of out Salt to taste for two or three days at a time. IN FULL SWING-WHY NOT
of-season foods to the home Melt butter In, saucepan add Miss Ooodall was fortunate
maker? onion and saute until tender. enough to see a young male, who
For Instance take that winter ... Blond In cornstarch. Gradually
had left for a whole day, rejoin JiI.
favorite, the cranberry,. stir In next Ingredients Cook his family. SEND A SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT
Once we enjoyed this only dur, over low heat, stirring constant "His small sister put her arm
Ing the fresh cranberry season,, ly until mixture bolls and around his neck, and he went up '
Now the cranberry comes to ui I thickens. to kiss his mother a little peckon TO OUR BOYS IN ,,
in several different guises fo r Add salt to taste. Serve over her face," she said. ?o' SERVICE?
year-around enjoyment meat, fUh or chicken. The London-born etholontit _.J :
'j One new way U to use th e Recipe makes about 2 cups. gives chimps In the reserve names :
cranberries In a superb relist( Now for a delicious dessert to fit !their personalities "David
b that has a tart-sweet tang, adding
01.1) CRANBERRY Greybeard" has an exceptionallycalm
ff : a fillip to a variety ol
dishes. SOIFFLE disposition and an air of
natural dignity He Is the only
1 whole
can ((7 01) berry
FROZEN CRANHERRY chimp that allows Miss Goodall
cranberry sauce
FRUIT RELISH Juice of 1 orange to touch him lIe greets her with
f % c. drained canned U tsp, grated orange rind a friendly "1100''"
l' crushed pineapple 1 tbnp ((1 envelope) David la always trying to calm
$ 1 jar ((11 oe) cranberry- unflavored gelatin the excitable "Goliath. The massive -
,. orange relish 2 egg whites shoulders and bull neck of
''j'I' 1 c. sour cream 3 tbsp. sugar Goliath go with his wild Impetuous -
I I. '"4 e. finely chopped walnuts Cook first 3 ingredients In nature. The biggest and most
1;' Combine all ingredients, stirring small saucepan. Add gelatin; powerful chimp on the reserve
I. until blended. Dace in refrigerator let stand <4 min Stir over low however, U Hugo He spends most
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:\ tray and freeze until heat until gelatin la dissolved of his time eating While otlitr nci

d firm. Cool, then chill until mixture chimpanzees are grooming one
To serve, cut in slices. Ar las thickened. another lazily Hugo is off by t' ;
1.\\ rang on crisp leaves. Serves 8. Boat egg whites until stiff. himself wolfing down leaver

CRANBERRY Gradually beat in sugar, 1 tbsp. fruit, berries and the like.
PIQUANT SAUCE: at a time. Fold into cranberry Miss Ooodall's most significant __
ALL iik
U C*butter or margarine mixture. discovery to date was that chimps : ,
.- 2 tbsp. each minced onion Pour mixture Into 3-cup moldor fashion and use crude implements ; r
and cornstarch soufflii dish. Chill until firm the beginnings of cool I
r\' 1 c, cranberry juice Serve with a custard sauce or use. The chimpanzees In Oombe
i cocktail whipped cream. Reserve devise from twigs simple w
% 0. chicken stock This makes 2 servings. tools to aid In fishing 0)t a w V'M. t :T br
termites from their earthen
nests. Mias Ooodall also found 1. i
1 r
that chimps make Ingenious
drinking "sponges" by crumpling

INi68IOa LATIx IC ON6 C01t 0IL 1dSDW166 leaves. X
She was the first scientist to
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