Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00303
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00303
 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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t 't City Budget Adopted I

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4, Increasing Millage

I! I I Jacksonville Men I first Increase' In 7 Years

I rt ,, Speaks To Clubs I [Acquired For Street Repair

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For Road Bonds I The Live Oak City Council unanimously adopted a
j f 1965-66 budget' Thursday" night! which calls for the first

Two members of the Duval mlllage increase the city has had in seven years Msyor.
r County committee for Governor Marvin Thillips said that the two-mills Increase was
Burns' $300-million needed to add to the street repair fund some 110.000 for

e road bond program spoke mersency work on detertoratlnjavtment. \

i to Live Oak civic clubs Tues .
.. '1' Group Told'rliatonly A lwamlllnereep/ In the opatlnff -
day urging support for the
r .' budget brlnti th total
y:a! I road bond amendment mllhtb 1The new budget. ,

I r' Klab E...... aad FbyUla pwhad. al left wen apeakers at the farieeatb annoal 4-H CmbAchievement I which they said was needed I First ClassSucceeds tallni IST3.0BI.48, U about !/.-

Ba twe4 beJd at the atbo*. aa/etcria ........, arfghL Mr. Mid Mr. dare*** BaUHf. for "an "emergency situa boo more than the 1M4-8S fliure.Mlllaie .
sign for UM Unking fundmalned
-* f UM event, abowa tb .. !. tDeta I Project
Ilea art U ..L (Sr ry page ) I *rat BUff Fboto) John Cone Jacksonville at* at two while UM epe

Corner and Dura County chair The dflfgallon of five Buwan* .Un. fund Increaaed from 10
man. addreaaed th* Jaycee at nee County men who traveled laitweek mlill to 11 mill on property taled -
I 8,516 Eligible To Vote Here I noon and Don Davldion. Ford liupecllnf recreation area at |.2I1IOtO after Home
dealer apokc to the Don Club CIIURES, .croa* the country learned that cid Exemption.
that tT nlnt. Doth men wer Introduced nly a "fint &'1..." operation In Mayor PnUllpa aald.We have
by Clarence RaUlff. eo* uwannee County will roared, mUH of deteriorating pavtment
I 1 I Friday Last Day ehalrman with Loult C. Wade- Hep. Ilal Chaires ccordlni to County Aient Paul demoted by the IfurrtcaiM Dora

SurpnW With Ciftt __ __ worth of the Buwann County Cr w*. who wat a member of the ood. It la our thinking thai .It
I For commute for the amendment Dies roup.. would be moo economical to repair .
Registration Cor* aald the road bond would ThursdayOf Crew aid that ho and hi* anaorlate tht damage now Ulan to r
I help all FloridaII* atraiard on the trip fluwanne mpletely murfact that treela
Democrats) regintered In hat IS per ft'n'.1 norlda'i' highway Ilcart Attack Development Authority Chairman! In the future.
.Suwannee County out number art two-Ian. and 4} percent A. P. Nott. Park Board >Mcmbrrr "11 will save the U payr*
I Republicans by about 55 of UM .ta...'. two-Una road Representative( Hal Chalrea Donald north Ind County insist In the 'long run," Phillip
? :to one, according to figures art either ctaaind aa "poor" orcritical of Dixie County died lot CommlMlonera Lamar I Uncocknd dded.
1' released by the Suwannee aafvty rtaka. I Thursday morning at hi.* Laure B. Robrr"", took the lame 148.000 iranted UM city
County Supervisor of Registration The bond true. will provide] home In Old Town as a resultof HP to check "f cU and fl,ure* the U. 8. Office of Emartenfy
four-laninc for eiUUni prlmlrlroads for temporary itrttl rt-
operational problem of pro
I' Henry Wooley last baaed on traffic count fa* a heart attack Chaires. ecu almllar to a proiKMed development > '\\b' following tha flood baa notftnet
l 'I week. Ullttea. and predicted traffic Inereaat. had Buttered A previous. at near HuwannaeBprlnt the damait, according'
I fy, There are O47 Democrat.*. IllIkprtbnanl tack during the 1965 term *. *. \.
V sad II Indepen Nona of UM four-hnlng will boIn of the Florida' Legislature.H \ Crown "0\&. and llurch pro The laai time UM 11\I\1... WM
M 1 ria desk for the November election Buwanne County, RaUltf. In waa known by many Buwan* soles to UM Board of County\faked wag In 1M whan UM tout
+j i l'for a total ef 141 voters.Wo4ey Introducing both men. old that nee County reeldenu. probably; CommlMkmen Boptomner IS U,st wa uppod two Win from !III
I ha ftlt auwaiuw County would t*" -.nown by P C. Cr.ppJr.. the county sequin loo aar* wear 11. ..M h M haa lent mitt thtafear
+ YNee ....wn.-.1.re. .... btMnhot propowd tawr proalitent of UM Pint HaiUma I Biwann Hprtnoa lot a tourUt* ,
1 wr/al ,er"j" rMelt.n ew (W- lantng of U. B. It from CMflandlo Bank with vnom ha anw1110 oriented recreation drvtlopmen The hlstvee faint 11t u w waatn ",
........ ............. t.. en, bitlnMrt: wbtoh would Crapp. aM T adar. "1 had r Triowe' commlaalorMra' / )o\nn\ .! IS4I. wh.n'IT total mntwwlre ',' 1, i
/ I ti iw 7 ,r ,,, ,......... .............. ........ ..... bring truth from I-lt *ndtTIthrough I Ui L* bistMM. regard. for hta Inter'., them In lourlnar' Dteneyland.' Ih* levied, four tut WM WliVfwn f ':.
,. t'r' ___ e1.. i1rd. herr.iw I.I I thia are. rity. wtMn |M tM ton be would Son Dieto too amf W. ru.. al- sod IS for UM atM-atta bwigecaceordlntf ,
.' % */tte* vrtlt W .*.. I BoUi Case and Davldaon. I do ....th.. you oould count on traction near Dalla. Tei. thefollowlnr .e Cltjr Oerk 'Jlarveyperrr.
aj*. to I ..... be4h rrfday andBatotday. that UM bond proaram scold It. and I>e sJways. atraaaed the week. Properljr falu-a have
'r"tN b* ...... kIN money from UM 110 .14// 'alu* of an Indlvhtuara word:' Crew aald thai an allamp steadily InonaMd alnoe thai lime,
r primary fund spent annually (Be* pro CIUIBCB' Pag. II would be made to rerun a technical A new patrol car for the polieedepartment i
a In farttter breakdown, whites UUa dlitrtrt for construction lush SMlitanew grant from IhtTrd.ral and salary .Increaae ,
,+i r .,, i outnumber nan-whne voter M four-lanlng 0. a. lit north to I Oovemmenl to tludy lire1Aee In mo t department account Jor
a about five to alt ae there are I.* MO. 1 Killed ScvcralInjured riltllT MAli, Face II. ,IS.. CITY IUJ1K IT, rage IIm. j
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I" ....:r r'v : u W'\m Ml eoturte.Ief1 compared with Davtdaon cited education and

Mr. rraaMea UatAhM., who reUree today a/tee M yea** *f I Ml wtaMee to Buwannee OINntt.i highway aa two emergency probe In Auto jtl.ltry f IR
i brake and female are Jut : Mora of Florida's rowth nor H. lleean Owratlon ,
welfare we.rtY, prt...... wttk gtne .f tn-warO CarreJI of IkefaJt M '
about evenly atatcrwd for UMeomlnf compared UM road bond procram as t
I atate watfare Imo ka U* Oa. at a awryew party b.> twrMM I ..1MUcJn.I with UM IM coUeia building Accident I Here I ,r ept
.alorday ...... elM....... IIMM*) Peaanrrt ttalt' ,..... Fire OoMrtttattonal Amend amendment. aoytna thai both '

.1 I menu to be vated .... as releasedby problem require more An 11-year-old tehool girl' wa* r L b
I/raje Intrrtue For Type 14 Bncretary of Btat Tom Adam, than can lie done with ta4t1n/I I killed) and arvtral, youngaUrri Injured .. /' I
are: rownwrTht la.t Thuraday when a plck ,
Action I I (I.) Di-trtrt Cawto of A.peal.. road bond amendmentplodcoa up truck driven by their brother, I
Growers To 1I
Support Authoflaea the Ugtalature to m* on and ono-lult gnu of Presley Jones Jr. II. ran off OBlit M
awe the number of appellatediatrtcu aaottrM gallons Ui for pay I south ef Uv Oak and turned
For Separate Tobacco Quotas I I from three to four or men*, whlJe I vo-third ants will! over, r J.i r' 1 1i 1r
more. Each Dutrtrt Court of Ap- actually be uaed for UM debt re Barbara Ann Jonea waa dead r kr

r Tobaceo-=towint member of the Florida Farm Bu-I I elM AMCXOMOm, Fas II UrtIDtnt.I on arrival at the fluwanne Coun i d 1' y, rti r
II, ,
ty HoiptUl. Ella Ma* Dart
reao will join with their Georgia aasociate' In submitting I cnttcatly Injured and Kontrth ; ,
testimony before a Federal Court la Waycrosa. Ga.. on I Hunting AUoirnl iVoon To Suntrt wa. Jone. II. auffered cuLl and

October 4-b, to urge the U. 8. Secretary of Agriculture I I I brulaea. according to Deputy

tohatte that separate from national acreage martetmgjwus allotments for Type 14 flue-cured First Phase or Dove Hunting Season UM CurU accident.llarrell.II who occurred Invertlg.ud about '4 ''F, tiy

aw to UM beat tax-range 4:II ,..
teureats of American grewert, t ]\'FO .uH' Set t e Saturday For Florida( Hunters nine people, all colored were la > ,
,I UM tract. They ha4 been picked
A delrgaUon of tobaMa giw Here AVifA {Jr Hit
atu.umN c.uDt tin Florida'" dot hunter will iahl Y rwnda' buntera win have an : up at a achonl bus ."'P. I
eft from the _kin nert Mcndaf.MeordiBg *rt*.JaaUe.aJ SM.4htg *fth i to UM field at noon ,at .I opportunity hunt don Mtwentytwo I I OUr paaaeneer. Bertha M.., y
attend Aobrey Ward ramBvreae ?lall ... Farmer Ortant October t when UM first pelt of pubttt dove field Jeff Moan. Joan, and Milton
to BteertM OoanaMttaemember ...... IKTOI wffl b.* beta bar 1the INb-N migratory dov* hunt elM DOVE HfMTlMO. rNe II Jones oft 1 to 14 year, wffertdminor / ; ,. l li
Bwanx, an e-ro- Maday at I s... to tb _.- !]J ln/ aeaaon open atalewlde, w- III Jur.... f
Twbaeao WanDOUM ...... ank.....* climeii-a alGty cordtnt to W, 8. Copeland. chair I About MM damas waa don. to
fir 01 Farmers .1 ts. of UM cline and Freah WaIter $27,690 i Loaned not tklddedISe
.t* tilted to testify on be I Ibatf rrne 1l1e'- < man I the start whkh
tb ram Len... Ward ,,.... WO orgaul* Plan CommleMon, feet etc UM right aIM .f the '
of ..... director fry rUrUt, .**. I Hunting will be allowed every To Farmers I HereBy I 1 1I road, then hat acroM to. the Vn
aald.Ao rdsng to BUJy Han> of ,JIM : that Madteoei C_4y rxewUrebarteved ii day from noon until runt throi aide and turned *.., at* and
of the Florida I .. KTO gews atdtbat November"' T, slaps In tbat pore one-half u.... ptnnma: Barbara -' '
DM, thaiman..eau't Buerwg Comaait:: Ua.vd.tMi Cowaly wM ,,,- i I oar of PrankBn County known a* ( FIIA: Office Arm and Ell Mae.Wealey ". ., .. .".
B .1 stale
PwrM |..* M a bog I II
bbletiA 'IYpo. tow ooh Te4ay.Tb JAOUntor Point I I faro Jr. wa charged U |M"M|| >U lgoe e 7 ( *ei
.... .. evrkatlvety M &bev..I KTO t.st. SMordteg toJa Dove hunters wn be aOowed a Bine January ef this tar 'with falling to bate fthkto .MOM Holt t* *f*.ateai W ..wtbee* FM ,,. *.&* M...ay, Tb
>K bthrelt.ra IfO'WII t latesrraaialy >MMSI* t* SMWT* ejrac4svl daily bM limit of II with a tout IH4M ef Farmers Home Admlnlatratlon I i control. pith I* UeakHl *. "'... H *a4 of IJv. orb al Ib* .Mf Haalto, I
Natal Flortda lad Borth- *** Car farm soeMModMIe. .. notion hells of >/. Hunter niA fund have been ,I I lIMMM, .e.4 Huff ,lollPortuelnlf '
... oeertiaI.. .... e.caaM: ....... erwrcrlteo .......... Mart Boair*, alld bunUng Keen*,loaned to 11 low income farmfamlUee
sire drtwrllrWol, ... ** pewetSwgi by tb* Crnenrrhl..e .... Irdtlbllroll an eowMfjadgea. In Buwannee c..nt"1'Suwannee River I'lflnlll'f' 1'urltrrrnrSruthcrn .
Y bN Bhotguns... be pioe* Th making *f the**' XconomMOptwrtomty II
....... --- Aet *f ,m.JI1'O { i
fatMorrsetrlrle. s*i to awr.-theQ rapacity, end loan to a nor tool '
oWttkdpl ... w w4d Named l
ftIftIJI Products
.. t Not Now Foam Begins
FUA In war
,... .u- lhros. e b. ItU ha leva,aad to i yew M- take art ptthlltteAer taUncBUgralAtr f wd by UM waging I II I
....... .. ,....... bud on poverty, oordlAff to UM fecal b *.iUketa
rrrteWt'trtlT.i > 14 *UteaoML I aVrwaniM*-'HI nas *
....... Th rttnphut dov sent.tat Tn* Week
.. Oak This
... In Live :
'C. Oas> a-a ,
itelelta & ... I .... III Iaa behe tr.MrJd.rw .. atart November and tar Eoonoamle Opportunity Wvets JIUI .hlcta *...*
.,..... MId M lit I rp tenon UvTMgft December Tn pro-idea that low IMMM fansfanflM Wild firm which praluetl gad
Product a
.. <.... wn rru December II and rwral reaidenl ray deoigMto M as a Wild Klvtr aw Southern roam ,
...y.wta. Uxlrd
....... b W InIIu7 .... aeaaaei eptiM lectaUtwn. began al to
111 tA..11.t. Tbe r to and tliars January I. i borrow wj to il.lttar as long M ...... ef UM ptwantf markets eipawled polyatyrene. operation \
Da& b 1M tall M.. 1....... Tber" >m beatrlci at tour and oneeighthpar Tnravsb UM tftarU ef thrltraMrrit site alt of UVe Oak on UA 90 thU week, The
....,,-- ... Copeland aald. w 11 year plant
.... ..... an4 My Mat*
IIDC swear by !I. K. Montgomeryami
and .
wrOrdrB .... as W* as patroOwf early 4o*. *e.4 miemt" for rsrtaws en- DM II tar ...*. company .U owned operated
Ie ftI1IQN rafcwd aojd atario-bea. ahaoUaff by lath Onr n. tn* awwanwre It. I* (Monty) Montgomery! of IJYI Oak.
> fQ. toga Its I hundoRlt Journey To UU and fedrral law tnforoeajMnt Of taw total loaned lljse was bard aaaone rtm to M .ur\Mf : -I-WM.c.ff, rM III/M 1-- --
...... Wild "WveyM otl/w tathbtl
... wtftlor>f1. amoera to an* that aa> w.- eja4 far UM purr**.* ef add. .* rotrWnd for ...* UM Mrs a*.,. IMI tlrlrrrrrrDIo Tn pU. .... whteh .) .
DrI1d11.. IQII'J1oI t''I'e"Kt' It0. ot/IINe. 3IarcIrnnjr Friday laoon are nforte. +. ProducU MAN." bfacfca InpolrW / Now HVr, mold and are-es*
Mir .... bMten la abide by aU huntmrtmtoiicm stearins: to bring addXtaftaJfcnataiNf ..tlt erwrtret4h
..,..,.., ... tlrthllwin trtK II&&ff The .Mtfogs ge toUaecVnny I and U east **f.ty at toto N''+d+rrtlar. tlje" peril U. 1M. rNrt K eN rrrlr.tIM f4 rf pobrtrrrlr lo.f. feel Wit.*. pAditi.. e ataahin. Is. Vwte4 hitbe

.. taa II Pride? for stets DntfooCbaH d. ** Hunter* ahMld r.* far ether reel **ut* bapeo* afUf SAeettngf wMb creupa. MAlt ....'. Mattot4 ado U.. .."., lIeS BuwsniMe a4. DrymsjCompany
... ...... Utarltd SMatfM
gaaae ef tbe seaaon awls ,... wb are agaMH bulldtM.R.
KTfye aaraabrr UM vften they Mint e* aets CMtft as .. aM HJeetor { ores .,M saatattol a* w4thl .
eta tr for engw IrleerttM h/n lpremMrd rr- ...... UM laadi *t anoUter ........ Uw tbs. MAIM af fan machmery. tbs BvwaMM. Ml UM prel..MLn ls lrttraral bsAktrWr.rrf X Uartoy M plant superintondml -
.t MdI shot trtrf.aIrbMrrllltt Tb. BwQaVxj bave ,won twtnJsbt. I are ...... HMVMJ the. avner irttAia On wa aaade to sH WB aatogM WM Wvert M to rte UMtrMffin ai* .. >B. Kouati Is sale I
M ,.' .,. fit torrrtbl.... pN. .Jtrpr M-4 and MUm I Md ,.,....".. Good .... -.II twatrr Mon. ... Btaate C""ia l>rT .*> ixwnw f "* are* severs Irt1 lUtM M .Mnager. About five employeeswwt
1rt *
Cho OearfJatomatstar U-. but w***, .*. story ef btadl- arts .+... .... IMtrt wel4btfo {raw be saade to ww trlLorrdlr Affairs .ke a W Mthratt. M tbe plant.i .
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Farm "r Suwannee County, Florida I

Wild River Not So Evil s i Front 1915-1940-1955 I

The Suwannee River has been, for the the absurd, emotionally-charged criticism which I ByDoyle A

time being, removed from consideration as has emerged. Those who suggest that men-folk E.
a Wild River under the present legislation would have to "ride shot-gun" because of the "hood ConnerThe Taken From The Fifes Of i

pending in Congress. Congressman Don lums and riff-raff" which would be attracted to_a

Fuqua and D. It (Billy) Matthews have National Park are guilty of irresponsible distortion underdeveloped countries TIlE SUWANNEE; DEMOCRAT .. tt I I

been successful in deleting the Suwannee and they do a disservice to sincere people who have of the world are clearly losing I

following outcries from various interest raised legitimate questions. the A capacity recent report to feed Issued themselves.by the ments. tween the age of 21 and 38 sub

groups in this district. The strong feelings of those who live in the U. S. Department of Agriculture's 1915 I ject to selective military service

Some of the criticism directed towardthe area of the Suwannee, and particularly those who Research Service says many of Atantlc Coast Line W.Train F. Eaton No. Twelve men were Initiated into .

Wild Rivers Bill has been valid ; some have Investments along its banks, are understandable the densely populated less-de and 210 Engineer with Conductor Paul Milton lost 12 the Elks Lodge here Tuesday 1955Law

has been ridiculous. yet a reasonable plan would not only pro veloped countries have nearly exhausted car early Sunday morning in a night as the BPOE. celebrated enforcement officer of

,(WJXT television station of Jacksonville vide fair compensation for landowners but would the supply of new land wreck on the Suwannee River "M. F. O'Brien Night". federal state, county and city
has circulated an editorial on the sub permit most or all who presently reside there to that can readily be brought under trestle. Nobody was injured. Most Work is underway to registerin government combined Wednei-

ject worthy of republication : continue to do so. In a larger sense, the Suwannee cultivation.The principal key to future Increase of the cars were'loaded with phosphate October every one of the coun day night to arrest five persona
The politics of the moment seems to spell an is no more the exclusive domain of those who live in food production is higher I going from High Spring ty's estimated 2.500 male be (See It Happened. Page 7))

end for the time being to a proposal to Include the near it than are the Oreat Smoky mountains or to Waycross.
yields acre.
Suwannee River in the National Wild Rivers Plan the beaches on Duval's Atlantic shore Even the The report per listed factors necessary Coast Line traffic was inter- CONFLICT OF INTEREST
40 hour for repairs, {
being sponsored by the U. S. Department of the State of Florida has recognized belatedly that a to spark and sustain these rupted for
and some of the traffic was diverted a
Interior The basic idea, however, is not nearly as great portion of the state's natural beauty is irretrievably higher yields. the Seaboard track
evil as its critics have alleged and It deserves to closed to a population of 5 million which First a reasonably high level through Lake City. iehoJ r
be spared from oblivion. is certain to double. of literacy. Rapidly rising yields

The proposed Suwannee National Wild River The Suwannee is, without question a rare are not likely to occur unless new W. J. Htllman of Live Oak was
ideas and research results can
has been unfairly condemned by many in the Su jewel of unspoiled beauty which has so far not been move from scientist to farmer appointed to the State Highway

wannee Valley as a "socialistic take-over" which ravaged by man. As yet however, there I II no hard Second. Incomes must be high Commission by Governor Trammel

would cause the"slow,sure death"of adjacent counties evidence that the state or a regional body has enough to permit accumulation this week.

We submit that such conclusions are non- the resources legal and financial to insure of capital. Capital is necessary to f
Grades 3-12 met In the BaptistChurch
aense. In an era when much of the raw natural that the Suwannee will remain unspoiled. Not the purchase fertilizer and Improved for a preliminary meet-

beauty of America is being desecrated, polluted, least among problems 1s the fact that the river seeds. Ing before school opened this ,
and ruined forever, the National Park Service has courses through two states. Third subsistence farmers must week and heard talk by Rev. W, t Y
become market-oriented. Farmers
performed a genuinely patriotic function by preserving The idea of a Suwannee National Wild River for their B. Parshley Col. C. A. Hardee.
who produce primarily
historical and scenic treasures for the permanent undoubtedly has weaknesses but It certainly 1s cannot gain cash. Cash L. B. Fdwards, and Prof. Corr.
own use
use of Americana. allied with a noble tradition which has sought to is necessary. Mr*. Cottrell of Gainesville was I'I

It undoubtedly Is true that the plan under consideration preserve the natural wonders which a benevolent Finally, the nonagriculturaleconomy employed as additional teacher
for the 140 pupil in the primary -
contains flaws, but this does not render Creator bestowed on America for the Americans must be able to support ,
the basic idea unsound nor does it justify some of of today and those who will come tomorrow. farmers' efforts to raise yields. 5
ixf,7 ,
The Independent Order of Archers
The national product
a colored fraternal society,
About will reach nearly $950 billion by
I I. holding Its annual conventionin
1975 it ha been predlctedby Professor
0t/wi Live Oak this week at the _
Robert C. Turner of Indiana
This Ebenezer A.M.E. Church and the
University Odd Fellow Hall.
This compares to the ONP of
$8228 billion in 1964 Among those representing Live 41 I
V Turner a one-time member of "
Oak at the Georgia-Florida Dixie
Thai (
the President's Council of Eco- .
Highway Convention In Jacksonville
nomic Advisers said the average Y
Tuesday were J. H. Dowllng.
family income will rise from
College Title Rues Hope For World fence Flutes about $8.200 In 1984 to almost L. S. Harvard. Harvey Byrd r a
Capt. W. J. Hlllman, J. B. Barton
$8,100 In 1(75.
Estimates of Florida's growth potential have The world Is going through parlous and paradoxical In 1980, he said half of the J. M. Wynn and H. W Tay.

nearly always been on the conservative side, even times. U. 8. population will be 25 yearsof lor. THE FOLLOWING STORES

when the prophets were motivated by a desire to While it is continually shrinking and become age or younger. Today the

put Floridians In a mood for thinking big. ing more interdependent in terms of communications average age U 30. 1910

Forecasts on enrollment in the state's Institu- and economics In terms of politics and diplomacy In addition.workweek Turner will said decline the Coaches at Gainesville report _

tions of higher learning have been no exreptlon. it seems to be fragmenting and regressingto about average 3 hours In the next decade. that Nicky Tsacrio Is about the WILL BE CLOSED
But they have been remarkably close considering an every-natlon-for-itself stage. best backfield prospect on the

the uncertainties involved in this sort of prediction. On the one hand new technology: is binding One out of every 5 workers today Oator Froth squad. He and Rudolph

nation closer together; on the other old nationalism 1* a married woman accordIng Fletcher are expected to see
Back:: in 1954, the Council of the Study of 1* driving them apart. International to a recent study by a New action tomorrow against Auburn. ONE DAY

Higher Education In Florida campaigning hard for ism, for some reason Is failing. York bank.
expartiion ''of the state's university system, said India and They earn about $3S billion a Buwannee High' green wave M
Pakistan two nations who share Is got off to a good start here Friday : '
that Florida would have 110.000 college students in the year but the average Income 30
same subcontinent,
are wasting their substance only 11.500 and half of this is by trouncing a badly outclassed Wednesday
1(69 compared to the mere 30,000 of that day. In an undeclared but nevertheless very real and used up by work-connected expenses Bollea team. 34-0. Buddy ,
Last week the state Board of Resents announced costly war. James towed for four touchdown,
that there 124,889 enrolled In Flo- three times to Sammy Nolan and October 6
were Behind this most recent and most alarming The result is that the working 1965
rida institutions of higher learning in 1964 In failure of men to live with one another In peace wives contribution to family buy- once to Hub Gray, to defeat the ,

state universities, public-supported junior colleges Is the 18-year-long failure of the United Nations Ing power Is generally quite small. Jacksonville eleverv In Observance of

private degree granting institutions, and private to solve the Kashmir dispute the a
primary Demand for
cause pecans war report
'checkles his bet'nadoptt'd
A payday
junior colleges. of the outbreak of the war Milwaukee insurance ed u great by Oscar Green of the RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY
Predictions In 1950 when there were 89,172' The U.N. itself recently shrank from the Issue company.by a Green Trading Company, who ha
students enrolled In state colleges, were a little of order for than
compelling all Its members to support the peacekeeping Twice a month the company more one million
closer to the mark but still short of it. operations voted by the majority thus In. sends Its bank a maknetle tape pounds. Green purchased pecanfrom

State Board of Control estimates at that time dicating that it I Is still a long way from becoming showing net earnings for each of 500 grower her lad year

were that college enrollment would reach 121.800 anything more than a multilingual debating society. the firm' 1,500 employees. The for a total of 311.000 pound F1/l. !

by 1985. Enrollment surpassed that level by more De Gaulle with his quest for nationalistic bank run the tape throuih its Suwannee County may securea
than 3,000 students a earlier. glory for computer, automatically depositing
year France, has seriously slowed the full his threw factory If experiment
All this la of little more than academic Interest blossoming of the European Economic Community count.each worker' pay to ac conducted here by two men from

except for one thing; Florida is still in a and delayed the coming of the "United States of The reaction to this new pay New York prove successful. Official GILMORE'S

rapid growth cycle and it cannot rest on ,Its Europe" which many hoped would grow from It. plan till been favorable a company of the Suwannee CountyJunior

laurels in providing for college education. lie ha given notice that he will pull !lsnceout spokesman says. One prob- the Fair Chamber of Commerce and DEPARTMENT STORE
Largely through action sparked by the Florida of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization lem 1s eliminated: paying em- Association are helpingto
In procure milk for the
Council of 100 the state's university and junior 1989 and no doubt would like to dissolve It en- ployees who are traveling on pay experi-

college systems have been greatly expanded, but tirely if he could. day.This ,
the job it far from finished. The plan sounds good exceptfor
are having their troubles one thing maybe not all
Florida Atlantic University of Boca Raton Is Comecon
Russia's answer to the Common employees like having their mon
now in operation and just beginning to feel the enrollment Market, has been notably Ineffective. What unity ey deposited In one particular I

crush. Many new junior colleges have there Is In the satellite countries 1* enforced only bank. i

been opened or are on the drawing boards. ,Additional by the continued presence of Soviet armed might TAKE HIM
private Institutions are In the works. In the background.Not It was Benjamin Franklin and

These have kept the predicted "college crisis" least of all, the once monolithic Communist not a latter day Innovator who > OUTS ',

from overwhelming us. But the planned new state world Is split right first proposed the establishment
the middle. between of daylight saving time. TAKE HIM i ik
universities at Pensacola and Orlando also will be Russia and Chinese factions. '
The idea came to the American
necessary if educational demands of the future As our vision of ."One World" grow dimmer'I genius when he was serving a* OUT/

are to be met we may begin to long for the good old day when I U. 8. Minister to France. Frank

-Lake City Reporter the world was merely divided In two between lln who considered a penny saveda

s the U.S.A. and the VSBR.. between East and penny earned, figured that In
)West between Free World and Communist. the spring and summer time

Wings Molting |',;" Thing are not so simple any more. candle Parisians for unnecessarily 1.381 hour burned But I

The airplane has been with us for nearly'82 yean? T Cocoa Tribune Part laughed him down.

Commercial flight has been around for well overa The proposal was not revived
until lilt when daylight saving I
generation. The continents are now only hours
time was Introduced In England
apart and is but few The Suwannee DemocratOF
man a short years from a* a means of conserving power
landing on the moonNevertheless and fuel during World War L

the overwhelming majority of LIVE OAK FLORIDA : ...

Americans have never gone further from the surface "__in she Heart of the SutHinne Riser Fatf.y"
WIN life's
of Mother Earth than an elevator will take. Big Destructive FormAvalancnea ballgame for a comfortable and carefree old
BANNER Consolidated LEADER combine tremendous -

them.To find out why this 1s so and try to make a hbll.bNl EstabUahed 1184 August 3. 1S97 Established: 1IM destructive force up to 1- age by getting those insurance runs in each inning.
Ertry Tbanrfay at Tine Conner Street tons per square foot with a .

dent airline in (the AQger1onj'Ut"untaPped) has been population conducting of kiwis"flight-, an Louie C. Wad worth .................. Publisher nowslide seemingly leap-frogged whimsical nature.a village One Regualr deposits into an insured Savings Account at the

seeing" tours of New York City for $S 93 and asking T. A. Leonard. Jr. ............................ Editor but left a* a souvenir a single. Commercial Bank will win handsome
passengers to fill out a brief questionnaire Clara S. Wad.worth ........ Associate Editor pine tree planted upright on the a retirement i income

Fully 40 per cent of the first 1,105 persona Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager roool of the preacher1 house.Ha at 60 65.
who answered the queitlons had never set toot In George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman age or

a flying machine. Surprisingly of these only 11 Second Class fostage Paid_At Live Oak, Florida Other Uses
per cent said it was tear that had kept them boundto The United State Capitol ha
the ground. SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County: 14 00 erred many purpoce besides the

Another 11 per cent lave expense as their RATES: Outside Suwannee County *5 00 legislative one*. At one time or

reason: 23 per cent said they had never had the ALL SUBSCRIPTIONa Payable In Advance another the historic building ha
been used a* a hospital military
opportunity before; and 4 per cent said they simply
had no place to MEMBER OF cafeteria church blacksmith COMMERCIAL BANK
go. shop and bakery; It ha been the
The rest 81 per cent could think of "no Florida! Free Aseodatioa sane of basaara. rapes and

particular reason" why they had 'never tlo''n. e ettWANNEX, I musical concert. """.* =* UI OF LIVE OAK
COUNTTC6.mimrt .
Who was It said man U a creature of Insatiable .
curiosity : of Commctc The adult ball weevU't faram LIVE OAK. FLORIDA

-Coco* Tribune food U pollen In the unopened
cotton flower bud.

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1 "LIVE OAK'S Fashion Leader 3 5 th LIVE OAK'S Fashion Leader'

.f'I anversar SALF

Just Say "Charge-It" on Your Hurry-Hurry-Hurry SPECIAL NOTICE


big, big group includes bras and Dacron and Cotton
Outstanding selection of fall dresses girdles from several makers you know. Oxford
in the season's smartest styles! all Broadcloth
from famous makers.
Stretch Top HrasStrapless

This Group Includes j. Hras COLLAR STYLESi 3

.*, Plain and lace styles 3 Plain
Traditional' Shirt Waists Button Down
Panty Girdles Snap-Tab
0 Tunnel Shifts Panty Briefs

0 Dressy StylesGIRLS Bra Sizes 32A to 40C 0 F F COLORS for
( Girdles Sizes S, bl, L. XL White
(Pastels Regular 5.00 and 5.9S
C Stripe

DRESSESOur LADIES SportswearColor MEMS' Sport ShirtsConservative MENS' FALL SUITS

coordinated sportswear by famous and traditional Outstanding selection of new
entire stock of girls fail
All in the season's
makers. smarteststyles
dresses is drastically reduced styles from a very famous msk- fall fabrics and colors In both
for this great sale Sites 3 to and colon er. Solids, stripes, and plaids In conservative and traditional
14. Pants the latest fall tones. Sizes S,
M, L, XL.
Mods 1 1-3 O Skirts
Picadillys e, Jackets 1-3 2 S Bliss,85 Longs.to 4fl-ln, Short, Uegulars. $38-

A Lines J, OFF '. Vests.. '" SLor RECULAR to $40.00
1 .r '" '*** OFFITAUAN ,1EGULAR 1.1MENS'
Shirtwaists .:Blouse aft 9


Closeout of this entire line Besutiful hand made pastel sweaters for
buy now and save.Shirts ladies and girls. Plain and pleated styles In wrinkle JACKETS .
fabrics that are tailored by ,
Ladles Sizes S. M, U XL $5

S Kimonos 1-2 Reg. $9.99 ............,,...,,...... ",.... ... ,7.88 Hubbard for a perfect fit. Sizes
SaquesSaque 28 to 42. Regular $8.91 Va PRICEMENS'
Girls Sizes S.M.L

Seta n.rflCe Beg $7.00 ... ..""........." "..4.88 I
Training Pants _,-_ .-


Floral Prints
Drapery Famous brand blouse In a host of water repellent dacron and brand Cardigans and V*

59.00 styles and fabrics whipped with zipoutorlon neck pullovers reduced for this
cotton poplin
Ud3 $3.88 M M ,
creams silk blinds, and cottons In 3 88 pile lining lust the 16 95coat vent. $8
48x84 $4.88 96184 $11.00 short, 3/4, or long sleeve white to keep him warm and .
and pa.t.... Sizes 30- 38. dry. Sizes 8 18. Rf. $io..s 10 .....ISI

144x84 $16.00 Rat lo ".00


Lost Sleeve "Tom Sawyer* and
'* acetate elastic leg briefs
100 -
100*" dacron washable neck
"Tom Sawyer" and famous and stripes
a solid favorite for yean for comfort "Rob Roy"solids plaids
Ro," long sleeve white shirt for wear In solids and stripes. for both
and fit. Sizes 8-10. with authenlc Ivy styling. 8Jz .
the little boys at a real Anniversary 1 88 1 |.99 the conservative and the traditional $1 1
Prke. Sizes 2.7. 3for $ 8 to 18. men.

Rg. fit* sad $1." {
Re,. to U." -

Girls Slips Diaper Sets I I Famous Ladies Kedettes Cafe Curtains '

Special group of Boys Jackets
cotton and blends
AH cotton A Un for boys and girls Discontinued styles, dra-tticaJly \
with tuck and growhem. I with plastic linedbottoms. 2 for
reduced r. sllp-oru and oxfords

Va PRICE In a big variety of color" $1.331I

$1.oo I I $1.50 ,..: $3 I- 1.I



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I Revival Is Planned At First Baptist Ebenezer AMEAppreciation New And Activitiet From !l Fire College InstructorTo Revival Held At

Bet Here Next Week Tiger Lake Church

I Church October 3.10;: Special MusicThe Hour THE RECREATION CENTER I City Fire Chief Bill Roper announces Revival services at the Tiger

.. .. I that an Instructor from Lake Baptist Church will begin
FaU Revival at the First the Florida State Fire College, Sunday and continue through
Baptist Church of Live Oak will Closing events prior to the an- Br ROT SULLIVAN, Director Forrwt Howard will be in Live Sunday. Oct. 10, with Rev. W T
be held October 3 through 10. The nual conference, Oct. 9-10. will : Oak Monday through Friday of (Bill) Newsome Jr. as evangelist
pastor, Rev Charlie Webb, announces begin with love feast Friday nightat Last Thursday night the wom Drug. Store. Kent A & W Drive : next week to teach general firefighting Rev Newsome Is the pastor
that the evangelist will 8 pm. Holy communion will en's exercise classes began with'I Inn. Suwannee Laundry, and the practices. College Park Baptist Church of

be the Rev Van Hardln, pastor of be administered Sunday following' six participants, and since then Commercial Bank will again Roper urges all regular and Palatka. and son of W. T. New.of

the First Baptist Church of Moss the pastor's final sermon. several women have expressed a sponsor the teams. Anyone Interested volunteer firemen to attend the II some Sr.. pastor of Tiger Lake
Point. Mies., and an outstanding Officers and members are.urged desire to join the class. These In coaching the teams classes each evening at City Hall Church.

evangelistic preacher. to meet with Rev. White Monday classes will be held Monday, should contact the Center. Services will begin each evenin

The revival music will be un- night In a membership appreciation Tuesday, and Thursday, 7:30: to Promotes Florida at 7:30 pjn. 4
der the direction of Don Collins, hour 8 p.m B pm., and will be geared to re- Volleyball time Is near with the t
minister of music at the First duo ethe waistline and Increase cooling weather, and a league for The Florida Council of 100 is a I
A and fellowship hour
Baptist Church of Femandlna flexibility of body movements. junior and senior high girls Is non-profit corporation of leaders DO YOU HAVE AN
Beach. will follow. Persona who consider joining the planned. Girls may register individually In Industry, finance and educa- I Alcohol Problem? I 'm'
The public is invited to attend class should be sure that they art or form a team of 9 to tion Interested In promoting the
these special services. The weekday PlansMr. medically able to participate. 8 members and register, during Sunshine State to the World. We now have in Live Oakan

morning service will be at Wedding next week: I AA Group ready to

7 ajn. with the Brotherhood of and Mr. Ralph W Cherry I Another close football game Saturday If no football game or help
the church serving a light break. announce the marriage of their was played Saturday, ending with The dance after the Madison I dance Is held.A you.WRITE

fast and the service will be con daughter, Albertine Fox Cherry, a 13-18 score. Oame time this football game was attended by It
ducted In the Fellowship Hall to John L. Oshom Jr., of West Saturday is 9:30: m. about 130 people Friday. This new tether' ball and four P. O. Box 591 II t tI

around the tables. Hollywood Tuesday, August 24. Saturday night, the "Emotions"of billiard cues are added to the LIVE OAK I

All night services will begin at The. bride is a native of Live Basketball registration forms Jacksonville will play from 8 Center's equipment thanks to a OR CONTACT YOUR t
7:30: pm with gospel music. The Oak and the groom Is the son of are now available for boys in to 11 p.m. generous donation by Allison t
church nurseries will be openedfor Mr and Mrs. John I. Oshom Sr, grades 9 and 6 on weekdays, 3:30: The Center will stay open for Scott on behalf of the "Suwannee Physician or Minister

all night services REV. VAN IIARDIN of Hollywood to 0 pjn at the Center. Cheek games until 9 pm on Friday and Debonair, 4m
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Circuit Court To Hear I
HELP WANTED For Sale Real Estate I.t .
Condemnation Suits

Circuit Court will meet Tuesday p WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl tr tn

in the Courtroom of the Su- and kitchen help. If Interested
wannee County Courthouse to : apply In person. Parker's Drive
hear condemnation suits between In. US 129, Jasper Road. BRANCH OFFICE t
Florida Power and Light Company call if 119 W. Howard St. f

and local property owners. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS r
I 100 year old national blue chip
disputes concern a power f
line to be built between a sub SINGER electric sewing machineIn FARMERS farm service company expanding AssociatePhono

station on the Itchtucknee River LITTLE ADS console cabinet, like new. MONEY for farm sales and service program 362.1688 A
and power station at Ellavllle. according I BIG RESULTS Sews forward and reverse. All at reasonable your cost. operations Termsto In Suwannee County. We areseeking l k

to Clerk of Circuit Court l attachments for making buttonholes fit your needs. Loans up to a solid aggressive Su- 3-Bedroom Frame Home

Lavaughn A. Sessions BUT-SELL-EXCHANGE zlg-eagglng and fancy 7 years. Call North Florida Production wannee County resident to Good Condition
Judge Samuel S. Smith will be stitch designs. Fully guaran Credit Assn. 8. Ohio manage our farm sales and service 3 Blocks of Court House s e
on the bench. Whatever the purpose yen will teed. Can be seen in your area. Ave., Uve Oak TeL 362-3588. program to be located in Nice Location Oood Bile Lot
find Democrat classifieds do Make eight monthly payments e abr-tf Live Oak: Base salary fringe $7.000 $1.000 Down

I' the job, quickly and well of $UI or will discount for benefits, plus commission provisions Balance On Good Terns
Lab Rents
Testing cash. Write: Credit Manager,' limited only by abilityof

Building Near MineA 122 8. Clearwater Road, Large I ANY TYPE the individual If you are 360 Acres
seeking: a growth opportunity,
branch lab of the State Road Florida. pgbh 18-33 About 300 Cleared
I send age, education, previous
Department division of tests has DON COLLINS DEADLINE FOR INSERTION BUTLER BUILDINGS Butlerall MEMORIALWORK\ II: work experience Including any 20% Down

been located In a rented building 5:00: P.M. Tuesdays metal panel frame buildings dealings with farmers, and Good Location
about two miles north of Live Oak This Year Best and sheds. Call 3/4 Mile State Road Frontage
T E McCall. : snapshot to D. 8. Conker.. P. O.
on the Boys Ranch road. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS 939-4203, Branford, ".. DONE Box 1689. Atlanta Oa. 30301. $41.000
The lab, which tests the out.
l pdjj 19.23 pehb 120
put of Florida Rock Company, has In History For 34 cents per word with a Granite, Marble, Bronze 130 Acres
been operating at the mine site minimum of $1.00. FOR SALE Purebred Horned I Phone 362-3333 WANTED Waitresses. Apply at Good Farmland \1 \t f fv

until now, according to Jack Carmichael Farmers MutualThe Hereford bull and cow. Bull 18 LIVE OAKMONUMENT Dixie Drill. caJJ U Pecan Trees .
lab manager. Three men I : months old. Cow will have 4th Two Acre Tobacco Allotment
are employed In the lab.Witch business July 196 (AU classifieds must be paid In calf in Feb. Bred to registered CO. CURB HOP WANTED for night Oood Hard Road Frontage '
Horned Hereford bull. $250 for shift. Better than average pay $19,500 Some Terms
through June 1865 was reportedas Homer Sanford Rep. .
Apply In A tt ,.
person w DrI -
the best In the history of the both. Call 939-2253 Sat. or Sun. e uTRAILER
Farmers Mutual Exchange by ONE WEEK FREE Earlt R. Moore, OBrlen, Fla In. cajj tf

Manager Sam Weeks at the an- Classifieds ordered for five pace 20 SEWING MACHINE CENTER SERVICE ROUTE AND SALES

"LIVINGWORDS" nual stockholders' meeting Thurs weeks, run tbe last week free. USED CLOTHING-Army pants, DONT russ CALL US Live Oak area $90 per week LOTS OWNERS
day night In the Agriculture $4.00 will pay for a 38 word coats, jackets. Complete line omen's SINGERand minimum salary to start. Quality OOOD TERMS Priced $593 G
Coliseum advertisement for five weekLV. for raise In 3 months. One
women's, and children'clothes
all other make. rebuilt here OUTSIDE CITY (but close ln>
Weeks said In his report that .. Snwannee Democrat Clatd- Come in, browse around. year residence: age 21 to 45.
the exchange, a purchasing and feeds for Proven Results Sale on all summer clothes New and Used Machines Write P. O. Box 869. Gaines PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
marketing cooperative, exceeded Phone 3(2-3155, FRM FEED Needles Oil Parts ,l11e, Fla. Otve brief personal 400 8. Ohio Are.
.October 3 1700,765 In total business volume STORE cdJJ 20.24 734 Brown 8t. Live Oak. Fla. history and 3-year employment Live Oak. Florida

thvuOctober during the business year ending FOR SALE Phone 362-2744 history cflb 21.24 Phone 383-1389
June 30, 1 05. FOR. BALE: Hurricane Illy 1 8 "The patronage refunds I to cork), yellow, white, pink, pur II Mrs. C. C. Travis. Manager .
FOR SALE New and
1 I members and patron for the unepianos. pie: WaUonlaa gladiolus, iris, cbej: tf SERVICE 'STATION Attendant
Frier Muslo Co., Nortt
6:55 A.M. Sunday same year will\ exceed $60,000, Ohio Ave, Live Oak: 3(3-3188. daffodils, hyacinth, tulips. LOSE WEIOHT safely with Drx- wanted at Olll Tire Co. Call
said Weeks. It was noted from call if anemone, ranunculas. amarylUs. A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at 383-1973 esJJ-tf WHY PAY RENT?
at and the report that the patronage Bed mix for planting bulb. Cheek Drug Store pdjj 18-33
of refund to patrons on the purchases FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer Use Hardlgretn to harden LET BOB WOLFE DESIGN

6:25 A.M. Weekdayswith made by them from the chain saws parts and service shrubs for winter. FRM FEED NOW OPEN Mrs Bee's Nursery WANTEDWANT AND BUILD A HOME: TO i

store was u follows: fertilize Logging supplies, hooks clamps, STORE Phone 383-2183. and Play School Children j SUIT TOUR FAMILY NEEDS I Ir.
I and feed, 12 per cent, farm supplies bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor cejd 20.24 kept dally weekly, or over
including materials and most small gasoline engines) night. Balanced meals, supervised TO BUY One ear corn AND FINANCES
The Rev. Charlie A. Webb equipment purchased in the erec- Tyre's Saw & Engine Service, I FOR SALE Three Angus bulls, play, shady fenced plat I ma,

Pastor First Baptist Church tion of broiler houses, 8 per cent, formerly Electric Service Co., 2 years old and younger. Ex yard. References. Call Jorgen Bob Wolfe Contractor
Uve Oak, Florida cellent blood lines from Hughes Brorjen. .
and all other purchases 8 per cent. 90S 5th St. Your small engine pull
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Angus Ranch If interested call Phone
Directors elected to serve termsof headquarters. cad tf
on three years each were T. J. Pomeroy Carter, 382-8143. If you are Interested In piano lessons For Sale.-Real EatiU LIVE OAK. FLA.

Fletcher Jr., E. T Home, and FOR SALE. All sizes of tar. cajj 20 call 363-3146. caJJ U cbjj u
POWERFULCHANNEL pauUins. guaranteed not to leak.
lIoward Taylor Other members ANNIE' BEAUTY SHOP,
of the board are Harry L. Howes, Ottls Brown Motor cdJJ tf Operators Annie H Mills, 103 ACRES 10 a. cropland'
Gerald Gamble R. A. Jackson FOR RENTFOR 1989 tobacco allotment 3.04 a.
Mary Boatrtght.!
12 FOR SALE Myrtle
I 100. 870. or 710 -
Ernest Holmes, J. W. Oaston, and 15 new white wall tires. All Mills Elaine Webb, and Man 4139 Ibs marketing card FOR SALE:
T W. Fielding premium or first line. All full RENT Unfurnished houseat curUt. Ruby Sanford. caJJ if 28 acre corn base, Two-bedroom home and 3 4 aria
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE I Officers elected .for the year 202 West Duval Street. Call which could have paid 839910 of land. 4V4 rat from Live Oak on I
4-ply. Some slightly blemished
1965-66 were Howard Taylor, 382-2048 no tf HALL'S ELECTRIC MOTOR Barn with gas cookers Highway 91. Ideal for small family i I
$1395 plus state tax, feMr.ltax
chairman Oerald Oamble, vice SHOP Fast and efficient ser Deep well with electric pump that wants country living
I chairman and Sam Weeks, sec needed.included.Barber's No Service exchange Station. HOUSE FOR RENT Bet J. L. vice. Complete motor rewindingand Permanent water hole Priced to, sell with easy term I
retary-treasurer./ Brooks. call 20 electrical apparatus ser Some Improved pastures Ready for occupancy.
O'Brien. Oood
: 939-3535. I vice. Formerly Hall's Fix-It Location near Plncmount I
at long as supply lasts, FOR RENT 3-brdroom
unfurnished -
Shop, located 1 block: back of Price $12,175Branch Two-bedroom CBS home In itfneighborhood I
caed if house on 6R 138-A,
Landen Tractor Co. Mayo large lot a res.l1II&1..
A Thought For TodayBy 8 miles northeast of Live Oak Office'SUWANNEE
Following my doctor' advice am Write: Owner 1831 Clemson Road Phone 382.2171, Bunnie with good terms. Ready tar oc

BBODT C. HARRIS offering for sale The Chuck Road. Jacksonville, Pta or HalL pdgf 11.23 RIVER cup ncy.
Wagon Restaurants In Live Oak REALTY
"The difficult can be done Immediately the Impossible takes and Madison Fla. $5.500 for phone Jacksonville, 398-3030. NOW OPEN Mack's Drill at 401 awilemg 8t. Three-bedroom ;same. 1 yi baths
a little longer" cajj if Ellavllle. near Suwanrwe River
either one. Can finance Farm Bureau Good location. Small down payment '
one Bldg.
The longer we live the more examples we see of people doing the< State Park Specializing In se
Impossible overcoming great hardships, handicaps and persona half to responsible part Contact FOR RENT Completely furnished bet seafoods and Suwannee Phone 382-1834 monthly payments of 14 ,4
tragedies to rise triumphantly over what normally would be considered M. B. Kent Chuck Wagon small garage apartment. River catfish Also WINSTON 1. BOGnu.: Keattor per month Lot 7911H.
i an Insurmountable barrier Restaurant, Marlanna. B. W, 1 or 2 adults Utilities and garage steak and offering Specializing In Farm Acreage -
We can fortell the strain an Iron bar will tolerate Helvenston and Sons, Live Oak, Included. 809 1:, Duval at 1:00 chicken dinners Open -. Hales and Loans Three-bedroom home brick two
or anticipate the force of water pressure, but or Broadus Wlllouihby. Real Call Mrs. Dan Chandler, 383 : pm. every day except bathe, hardwood floors, carport.
fi1.} there is no mechanical device for measuring a per. tor. Madison cafe if 2404. call 20 Monday Close at 12:00.: FOR SALE 80 acm good farm and garage. Oood location. Pitted'
":; son's endurance, or an Individual's will to live pejd 19-!3 land. Highway to _II.. $1.000 FINANCINO .
frontage down. FHA
hence nobody II ever In a position to predict FOR SALE 80 bu. wheat at FOR RENT 1-bedroom trailer, permanent ,
human Light land clearing and water hole. Or will sell ,
t being's capacity In any given situation. And furnished. leveling
I for this verf reason alone we must approach the $379. treated purity 9848%. Phone 363-!155. Small Jobs welcomed. Wilbur In ten acre tracts. Good terms I

d Impossible, knowing full well that It can be accomplished. germ. 88.00%, (no noxious weed _____ cbjj 70-!1 Hogan. phone M3-3M1 Can 3(3-1384 or 3(3-1339. Call Today 343-13(9
t seed); steel overhead garage PAUL A. BYRD Realtor'
Pdjj 11-33 peal 30-33
There Is no reason why we cant do anything door, complete: oak or pint firewood WANTED-TO RENT 404 8. Ohio Ave
AT HAND. There Is a deep tendency In 3833819.cfcj 17-31 val St. 8100 net to seller. tfIXAft
IIrTASK nature to become like that which we imag WANT TO RENT A nice 3. Phone 3(3-3139 for (
,I" to be BELIEVE: we are defeatedand FOR SALE: Fender "Mustang'' bedroom UVE OAK NEEDS A IMn'- appoint.
unfurnlahed house or ___ Pbjj 30-31
we art BELIEVE we are successful and wt will be. The electric: guitar and 10 watt ampllphler. .
I very things we fear most we attract to ounelves. duplex. Two adults.. Must have
o Call HOME FOR '
383-3183 BALK
It IS true "Where there's a WILL there a WAY by October 1. Mrs. Demur Bur- CAR WASHONE fcentral Three bedroom tNOAH h4usMi.t.aesw .
According to the most advanced phllospohy Wt can be any cajj/ if rough Box 103, Wl liaton. Fla. area Bring space, e.a c ace e
thing we choose to be Have anfthlng wt choose to have If FOR SALE: Cub Cadet 100 pbjj 1930"Of FRANCHISE neat, two baths, utility Tae t r..arD
we will but BEHAVE u though they are already yours." It's behaving and carport South Pine Ave.
/f that causes us trouble for we must BELIEVE while behaving to ideal for yard work and gard AVAILABLE nu*. near Pine Ww School.
achieve. Behave now as though you already are expressing your I ening. Tractor mower bottom Call 343-1784 or 343-19M
deepest love for those nearest and dearMt and arrange for the tn. plow. harrow leveling blade, The *5c Car Wash buffet Is
syllable at 8UWANNEE FUNERAL HOME: 439 8. Ohio Art cultivator, and trailer "SO. booming This is not a new ,. Pdjj It-" I
Live Oak Phone 362.1234. Phone 383-3833. pdjj 17-31 FAD', but a solid proven m- .
offering franchlatd
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICEFor FOR SALE Registered Spotted owners a minimum AVAILABLE. :

Suwaan County Residents swine breeding stock approximately Bent, high profit opportunitywith nimm For Information, can or ate: '
3H months old. Pete PAUL A. BYRD
a future
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BRODY C. HARRIS Cruee. Madison Fla. Phone Realtor
are eager. to enjoy a prosper* caw AN A.naowMT Saf"Foe' :
Licensed Funeral Director 973-3914. pbjj 19-30 one future in your own -. tOt 8. Ohio Aft L seCTYsa1
nest, can or write Immediate Uve Oak, Florida -
tf for personal Interview.. Phone M3-U4* iA DMsAuW-
Balance on electric: portable sao
$3740. like new. Rebuilt treadle g.J4.awANas1

625 3. Ohio Ar.no. sewing machine $1740. Also WIWAM A. MASSEY i POR SAI.a 011 Buwaur. HIIIIM HM 9a rlu ItOCM*
? LIVE OAK. FLORIDA new potable with all attach. AND ASSO, INC. 4 HIT* ..QAaTNP O1Dp
;,, ments $11740. Oood through ll.s liiv5t' fenced. 334 n. ....... egvt...
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September only. Phone J 33744. ctnfortabte. .
J> : PHONE 362-1234 734 Brown Street' Madam. Ten have your foot na PARJC. fU>UD.% house flemished. 1 ma below Nauar.rr

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'-' I Reece Brown; Northwest District l
three hundred
attended the fourteenth annual I Senior Girls I Ii Vice President of Florida I Ii
4-H Club Achievement Banquet ______ Elks, will make his. official vUltU ;
held in the Suwannee High r'i'h U.. Oak ...... 1US TVM-
School Cafeteria last Saturday y day night Oft. 5.
Elks and their wives are In-
tiled to attend tho supper and
This annual affair sponsoredby
Clarence H. Ratliff Of Ratlitt mMUnc.I .
Motor Co. Is the highlight of the I
year for club members and their
|parent as they are awarded Funeral Services
medals and certificates for their I
individual projects during the i
Held' For
,i year ,
Rstllff. in his welcome address
recognized the value of our 4-H
Miss Hattie PlattFuneral
Clubs in preparing boys and girls
for future life and strewed the I
value of education emphasizing i Senior Boys services were held .
our duty to our children to see Wednesday afternoon at the First
that they are equipped with the Baptist Church for Miss Hattie
best education possible if they are Platt. a well-known lifetime resident .
to compete In present and future of Suwannee County She "I,
space-age conditions. died suddenly Monday al the ;.;
Speakers for the evening were Madison County Hospital *'5 r\' ..
4-H Club members Klah Eubanksand She was a member of the First ; ; r
Phyllis Howland. Both spokeon Baptist Church and was employed : 1'" M ?
citizenship with Klah relterat- with the Town Finance Company. ,,<'+:. .
ing upon his experiences while The Rev. Charlie Webb officiated i \
attending a citizenship short Burial was In the Live Oak j
course in Washington this summer Cemetery \,
and what citizenship means Survivors Include two sisters, '. _
on a state and national level. Mrs Evle Spurring of Live Oak Uve Oak Mayor J. Marvin Phillips dons a fire hal and ail
Phyllis touched upon some of x I and Mrs Mildred Dickinson of with nil assistance of lire Chief Bill Roprr st a fish fry for city
the local duties and privileges! of Madison: and one brother, Wll-
officials and wives last Thursday night. Phillip was presented
citizenship and what each club N Uam A. Platt of Live Oak I
member is doing to Improve his Active pallbearers were BUlyJemlgan. I the protective outfit for "years of cooperation with all city department .
community Kenneth Wood. Ernest .*." (Itomo.ral RUff Photo
Johnson. Berne Swing, John
The coveted 4-H Oold Key Plus
Service and C. W. Oxendine.Jronor.r Soil CoiiMorvullon Hoard UUIiop Speaker At
Award awarded by Cities OU Co.. was presented to Aubrey lie Warren Hunter and Susan Rhoden. medals, Brenda Crews |
JOruce Ward, medals; David Oar- Ooff by Leon Blsckmon. Cities Smith medals: Walton Weaver, and Becky Wallace certificates. Huffman; ,C,pallbearers L. Wheelus.were J.C.M P. To Mrrt Here Tomorrow Ares Mat'* Quit:

Service agent for this area certincate. Conservation William Herndon 0..., R. M. Cason. Harold Wolfe The regular monthly meeting of Marlon Bishop area supervisorof
Alimar Theatre Other 4-Hers presented with Beef Production Janet Cannon and David Paulk. medals .J. H Myus. Leon McDonald. Tom the Suwannee River Boll and Trades and Industrial education .
awards at the banquet were as Linda Thomas Klah Eu Dairy Bill Cannon, LeroyChaunory Abercromble. and Seldon McCul- Water Conservation District will be the guest speaker at
October 7HonvisioN follows: banks. and Eustls Gamble, medals Edward Poucher, and lees Board of Supervisors will be held the regular monthly meeting of
Achievement Martha Con Jerry Ooff. certificate. rlson. Don Garrison and Paul James B. Daniels Funeral Home I at 3 p.m. Friday, according to the Branford Area Men's Club
nell and Phyllis Howland. medals Breads Donlta Alford. Msrl- Garrison, certificates! of Live Oak was in chare, Chairman J. Dan Ross Scheduled Monday night. Oct. 4. '
i'Ii '! Apiculture Benny Denton lyn Sounders, and Carolyn Scarborough Dress Revue Joan Chsuncey, for discussion at this meeting is Bishop will name some of the :
Ytlltll[ 'rllRl's Jerry Floyd Allan Ward and medals Martha Connell and Wills Lundy the district's display al the Su- vocational' education program
Dennis Young medals; Charles Child Development Darlene medals Poolc Family Reunion .anne County Fair beginning provided by the Federal Govern
Floyd Mike Lockhart and Terry I Chambllss. Carolyn Corbln. Clau- Electric Eugene Adams October II. ment.
Stover certificates. die McDonald and Kato Mills, Steve Griffith. Jennifer Olive The Everett Jackson Pools fsmUy These meetings art. open to the Ward Fertiliser Company wilt
1w Automotive Aubrey Ooff. medals: Vickie Waltes. certificate and Greg Stapleton. medals.: M- will hold a family reunion at public and take place In the Boll present cash prises to members of
as awrcr rNSUI Beautification( Of Home I Clothing Cathy Carroll win McOook and Garry Schofltld.certificates. the Stale Park at Dowllng Park Conservation Service office In the the Branford FFA Chapter a.
Grounds Rick Eubanks.. Char.' Phyllis Howland and Donna Sunday, October 10. County Agricultural Building winners In the Corn Growing
Entomology Diane Wright, All friends and members of the contest Prises will be awardedfor I
t medal family are Invited to come and There. are about ItO million both Irritated and untrrlist
..,,'._srtM sere M.IMImem FUNERAL NOTICESC I Poods And Nutrition Eunice bring a plcnlo lunch. Fibers In a pound of cotton ed corn.CHEVY'S .

AUbrltton. Bonnie McLrs. Pant
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OUTOF CPEEN.. William Auc C. Herring medals Humphries.: Glenda Sheila Gamble Johnson Debbie I '

INYAlE) ) Funeral services were held Funeral' services were held Marcia Poucher and Maxine Bin-
HENCE Tuesday at the Orange Baptist Tuesday at the OUrten Baptist I I bleary certificate
Church for William Aue. (4. who Church for Christopher C. Heri I., Food Preservation -- Olenda
died Sunday In Lake City after a ring :ST. of Winter Haven, mho tau, medal: Patricia Hall errtlflcaU -
lengthy Illness He was a retired died Saturday in an automobile I I. I I \
Navy man and member .f the accident near Tampa. Garden Clarence Crowe and BUILT FOR \
e Catholic Church. Rev W 1C Anderson officiated. I David fleas, medals, Bobby Foster I
Rev. J H. Brown officiated Burial was in the O'Brien Cemetery certificate.
Burial was in the Orange Ceme- Health Bus Bate and Jenny
tn7. Survivors include the parents, Row. medals BIGGER THINGS IN'66!
Survivors Include five Sisters\ John W. and Annie Herring of Hone economies Cathy Hall
lire Emmg-Mosely Of Falmouth.Mrs. Winter Haven: two daughters Rita Landrn Lynn Prevail, and
r rf Robert Boll of Uve Oak. Ople and Pamela Mentor of Hi*. Beverly Vann. medals! Lagrand
Miss. Caroline Ass of U.e Oak. team five sisters. Mrs Merle OiU Ballsy and Onyto Keen, certlfl* I
Mrs Amelia Telban of Fintor of Winur' listen Mrs Marl Lee fa....
title. Pa. and Mrs Antonia Pro- of BUrke. Mrs. Clara Locke of Home Improvement Peggy
. FlnleyvWe, and two bro- horseshoe Beach. Mrs lea Rhohle. Fletcher, Margie McDonald Anne
get of I, Fhllpot, and Sandra Thomas,
Otto Aue and Henry Aue. of Highlands. N J. and Miss
1 I then both of Live Oak. 'Pearl Herring of O'Brien, and medals, Jane Blanchard and
No1 were Marvin flea'. two brother J W. Herring of Margaret Taylor, certificates
e' OCSIIt.E .1 ,Albert Pallbearers O-Btan. Hugh Jolly, Ray Gainesville and H ... Herring of Leadership Olenda lisas, N.
Clark. lesion North Miami. Mugs McDonald Klah Cubanks.
: Clark. Clark. Ben Hare Pallbearers were Walter, Albert and Jimmy Ray Hillhouse, medals
E Bell. Lusdus
e R. C.. BUly, Columbus and Lois j
Ckm La..... and Homer Hayes
Funeral' Home of Robert Outdoor Cookery -- Cliff Hunter
i Suwanne Jame B Daniels Funeral Home and Dreg Poucher, o.rtlfl ate. __
to _
iIW I Uvt Oak was = _
of Use Oak was In chargeo Poultry Bruce Ooff Jimmy t
I. Ray Hltlhouse. Bobby Morgan, r, '
I Girl MeeksFuneral and Edmond Pother medsls. Q
Joseph Shcrrard Public Speaking -- Osry Ooff
services were held for I and Charier Bull*. medals,
the infant girt of James R. and Funeral seniors were held Marlene Bumham. orrUfkaU h.sa.Brfiaasms" F+el.
Gloria Meets at the Daniels Pun. Tuesday at the ML Ollr4 Recreation Mike Dunn and
as hunt hint real Horn She died T hours after I. tilt Church for Joseph .....'P-I I Kay Walker, medals.
el pan bh W old 1owNn premature birth In Plnevlew Hasptul. He died Saturday. Safety Ginger RoM medal; I
stn lhPIIII Valdosta Rev C A. Griffin officiated Thelton Ooff certificate,
Pit1T ti1S p She was hurled to the Hunt I Burial was In Ml. OUead Cemetery Tractor Care Stanley Crlbbs,
seal as Ill btiI11 T'i Cemetery In Branferd with Rev with Masonie rites at the! .John n.... and Mike Mtlnnie.nwdsb. u1
this films 1 1P'ws N, L Martin officiating. graveside I
Survivors Include her parents Survivor include his wife. Lra-.
5 ce JL and grandparent. Mr and Mrs ey Srwrard: throe asters Glory
fswhsf wily t DI n! Willie Seesaw! and Mr. and Mrs Nsmor of Lawton. Otla: Thel- Trailer HarborFOR
Bard Y. ....Ita.. gay of Live Oak. ma Stevens .f Cement Ofcla.: end MOBILE HOMES
lots IfcMOka of California:

of Oklahoma City and Don Shrr- PATIO FOR EACH NEW
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News From Branford The Branford Buccaneers will I Little Miss Branford Bucs Beat HastingsAt
lay host to the Chtefland Indians -
Friday night on the home
I field. The Bun racked up an 136The
BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Impressive win over a strong Branford

Hastings team last week. Chief. r
land Is believed to be one of Branford Buccaneers held Hastings to only

Record Crowd Attends RodeoThe the stronger teams in the conference 1..t 1. 24-yards on the ground and 47-yards In the air as they
handed the visitors a 13.6 licking before a home crowd.
The Bucs In turn netted 193 yards on the ground and 13

Championship Rodeo sponsored Funeral Services first downs in their season ooener but tried only two pas-
by the Branford Riding r .... one fell Incomplete and the'
Club was held Saturday Branford.and Sunday e 4 Held For Mrs. other was Intercepted. I Hastings Quarterback Nerntt
at the arena near
Cheney scored from eleven o Byrd scored over tackle, following
Festivities got under way Sat yard out early In the first quarter a Branford penalty, from the
with parade Beaulah Brownlee
urday afternoon
and Miller ran the keeper three yard line
down Main Street, featuring, the Funeral services for Mrs. Beau.I three yards for the other TD In First Quarter

bands Branford, cowboys and and Mayo cowgirls.marching The lah Brownlee, 88. were held Sunday the final frame of play. Jerry Scarborough kicked off to
at 3 p.m. at the Prlscllla Baptist the Spudsters and Mike Pertnar.
rodeo was termed a big success ,
with the largest crowd attending Church. Burial was In the s Hastings fullback, returned to the
Saturday night ever recorded by Oak Orove Cemetery STATISTICSBran.. Hat. 30. The Bucs held Smyly to a four
local rodeo officials Includedwere r Mrs Brownlee died ThursdayIn First Down 13 7 I I yard loss In three carries and he
bull riding, calf roping bulldogging Chlefland. Rushing Yardage 200 7SYds. punted to the Branford 44.
wild brahma and many Survivors Include three daugh Lot Rushing 1 M : Gene Allen ran 10 yards up the
other events. ire ters. Mrs Fred Phillips of Gainesville Net Bushing 113 zt middle and Hastings was penalized .
Cowboys came from several a former resident of Branford Paaaea Attempted 2 11, fifteen giving the Bucs the
states Including Texas, Georgia .,4 a Mrs. Thelma Carter of Tam raaaea Completed 1 51 ball on the opponents' 30. Miller
and Florida to participate In the pa, and Mrs Jean Bryant of Bell.; Panes Intercepted 1 0 got four over tackle and Ronnie
rodeo. A few of the local participants three sons, J. I. Brownlee of Daytona Yard Penalized 50 60 I Lee fifteen around right end.
Included Vondell Walkerof Beach and J. R. Brownleeand Paula Stephens daughter of Times 7 < From the 11 Miller was stoppedfor
Mayo and Raymond Land of A T. Brownlee of Tampa: one Mr. and Mrs. David Stephens of rambles Lest 2 0 no gain In the line and Half
Branford.The a. brother. Woodsln Bailey of Edl Branford was crowned "Little back Andy Cheney ran left end
riding club would like to express son. Oa; several grandchildren, Miss Branford Friday night for the TD. Scarborough kicked
their thanks to all the merchants Including A. Jack Phillips of daring the halftime festivitiesof Branford the PA Tand Branford led '.0.

businessmen, members and Branford. the Branford-ilutings football Jerry Allen returned a short
all others who helped make the a game. kicked to the Hastings 40 and the
rodeo a huge success Birthday Dinner Chen Paula, who Is three years of PersonalsMr Bucs held Smyly and Byrd to
age, was crowned by last year's three yards In as many tries
Mrs. Rachel) SullivanMrs queen. Candy Moses, daughter and Mrs. Fred Jones spenta Cheney returned Smyly's punt to
Men's Club To Meet Rachel Sullivan of Bran- of Mr. and Mrs Cregg Moses few days last week In Lakeland I the Hastings' 33.
ford celebrated her birthday Sunday (See Bl'CS 71
The Page
court Includes Viola Lee
The Branford Area Men's Club visiting Mr and Mrs Charles WIN
will meet Monday night at 7 p.min with a family dinner at Oov Banks Lade Moses, Satan lima and son. Mrs. Jones also
Club ernor Hill Lake near Branford. Minter, and Lucille Taeket. The
the Branford Woman's attended the State Woman's Club
building. AU members are urgedto Those attending were Mr and queen and her court were presented board meeting held In Lakeland.
Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan of Orlando,
attend and reminded to notice corsages during the halftime Mr and Mrs. Leon D. Hatch,
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Sullivan and
y the change in the time from 8 p.m. ., show. accompanied by Mr and Mrs
family of Starke. Mr and Mrs
i to 7 pjn.Executive. Oarth Nobles of Live Oak, attended .
Edward Sullivan and family of
New LicenaeN the Florlda-Mlulssippl
Starke, Mrs Russell Blanto and Heady
Board MeetsThe family. Mr, and Mrs Herbert Mrs. Lois P. Williams Branford State football game In Gainesville
Hurst and family, Mrs T. A. Town Clerk, wishes to remind Saturday
executive board of the merchant that the 1985 Mr, and Mrs. Charles Thomas
Hatch of Branford. Mike Sullivanof
Branford Woman's Club will meet Palm Harbor Reverend and 66 occupational licenses are due and family of Gainesville spent
next Wednesday at 3U In the weekend visiting Mr and Mrs
p.m. Mrs. Joe Day of Cross City, and October 1. Licenses for the merchants .
the club building. All membersare W B. Thomas and family.
Mrs. Larry Hurst and daughter of Branford are ready at c
urged to be present. Mrs. W. D. Fletcher returned
the clerk's
of Lake City Mrs Sullivan war : e
officeu 'u
home last week from a two weeks 1a
the recipient of fany lovely gifts
visit In Baltimore and Washing 't
I Attend) State Meeting

If you were born in Homecoming Oct. 10 Mrs. W R. Hill District Three ton.Mrs.. Wilbur Hall attended a 1t

September of oddnumbered Homecoming services will be Woman's Club director, Mrs. R. O. beauty culture and hair styling
an Announce Nuptial Vows Nursing Board held at the Branford Presbyterian Griffith local club president, and show In Jacksonville over the
year, renew Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hatch of Church Sunday Oct. 10, with a Mrs Fred Jones first vice president weekend.
drivers license Branford announce the engagement basket lunch served at noon. of the local Woman's Club Open house will be held at the
your and approaching marriage Hears WilliamsAt The Rev. Hubert A. Rust of attended the State Woman's Club home of Mr, and Mrs. Donald C.
this month. of their daughter, Mary Pauline, West Memphis Ark., will be guest board meeting held In Lakeland Hurst. AU friends are Invited to
to A. D. Courtney Jr. of Williston, speaker, Thursday Friday and Saturday I attend from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday KIM MILLER I Ir
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Courtney MeetingThe
Reece BrownCOUNTY Sr., also of WUllston. ---r
The wedding will take place Saturday Suwannee County Home -,.--------
JUDGE night October 9. at the Nursing Advisory Board met 1
I home of the bride's parents Thursday for their regular monthly ....;
,,1 meeting._Mrs Louise McKelth- f
en presided over the meeting.
Dr. John B Williams, Buwannee I .
ALL NEW ROW CROP County health doctor, was gueatapeaker. .
1 He spoke to the group on
MF 180 Medicare. "
Annual meeting was discussed

Biff-brawny..:.brainy_4.5 plow strong1-In 3 row. to be held during January 1888 iii ,
After a short business meeting, "
crop front end styles. With new Pressure Control # ''
M. R. Schofleld. chairman of the
(It added to the Advanced Ferguson System for instant nominating committee presented
weight transfer traction with
+ pull-type implements the following alate of officers:
world's most comfortable Control Cockpit with Jeff McKeithen, president: Thomas .
roomy platform, adjustable steering column, and Cheek, vice president: Mrs ,
efficient Control Center, Come see itt! Leon D. lI.tch. secretary; and M.
R. Schofleld, treasurer
Mrs. W. B. Thomas of Branfordand
Mrs. R M. Fulton of Wellborn
were Introduced as visitors and

TRACTOR CO. prospective The next regular members.meeting of the

council will be held Friday, October .

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Canl Of ThanksThe I I BUCS BL'CCANEERS' TALE occurred for Branford as M'fer
Hopkins I Individual Record I fumbled for a seven yard loss and
HOMEMAKING HIGHLIGHTS family of Mrs. Bessie Arrot I, (Continued From Pap (>>> RUSHING FUsell punted back to Hastings

acknowledge with gratefulness Welfare Director Second QuarterMiller's Trle' y... Av. TD on their 21. A five yard penalty
By your kind expressions of sympathy I pass was Intercepted by Branford and two short runs by Byrd and
during the death of our Barstow on the Hastings 41. Bar.
Miller 11 IS 2.SO 1 Barstow gave Hastings a first
MISS IDA JO HARBISON loved one. Retires i TodayMrs. stow, Byrd, and Smyly moved the Allen 13 83: 8.48 1 down
ball to three' where Byrd ran
the ,
llama Demonstration Agent I
Cheney 8 It 433 I Byrd tried three passes but two

... Udren's Clothing We findiy's might caution you that If seam A favorite fruit for eating out France Hopkins, acting over tackle the for point the and TD Branford DNFordmissed Lee 11.. 54 1 were Incomplete and he was
children clothing an or hems have to be let out the of hand, apple also shine in 1 director of District 3 of the Flo. led 7-6 Hastings trapped for an eleven yard loss
emUlation of adult fashion! Most stitching line usually shows. This many a coked dish and they are I,rlda Department of Public Welfare Lee returned Barnes' kirk Permar 3 4 133Smyly I and Chris punted to end the
4he pattern for little girls cannot be pressed out. However, standouts In salads and des retired from welfare work twenty wards to the Hastings It S .41 I game, Branford 13 Hastings 6
H ittrestes or the ready-made are pants kg can be shortened and serts. October Is the period of today (Thursday after 30 years Cheney Lee and Allen picked 40'j Byrd I 1.> -1.29 1Bant.

'lnad somewhat on the same line hem can be taken up. heavy harvesting and apples will service, the last 27 years In Live a first but the Dues were pena .. 8 24 4.8 I IT HAPPENED

iaaltbose for the adults. We find The fabric design like all other be more plentiful than at any Oak.She Recd fifteen on the next aeries PASSING
4,tII"1: no youngster past 8 really developments which have taken other time during the marketing was surprised with a partyIn and were forced to punt From AU.('mplnt. Tcb, TO (Continued From Page I)
kid at I utgau place In children's clothing usually season. her honor at the Elks Club Branford
Ja",to look a their nine Hastings moved the on beverage law violations here
like have October marketings of both Saturday night, given by the district Miller I' I S S
the time. The boy a fashionable touch
ball out to their 33 but after Byrd Illicit practice charges Included
look, the Western look, whether It be Madras or the newest turkeys and broller-fryeri are expected office staffs. She has also and Permar were caught for a six Hasting selling\ beer after hours, unlawfully *
B to be greater than they been recently honored with lunch Byrd 18 S 8 47 8
[ II.te parka and the Ma In Roman stripe or paisley yard loss punted to the Branford maintaining a place for the
) they are 10 year prints. I were last year, assuring abundant eon by her fellow worker Smyly I. 1 S .
20 and Cheney returned to thfolIutinal' sale of whiskey, and allowing
whether they are of col. supplies for ltte-.eason cookout Mr*. Hopkins started as a welfare RECEIVING
old ijr 43. whiskey to be brought on the
and, for poultry-oriented dinners worker later
was promotedto '
left'...e, Individual Entries In County On the third play from scrimmage premise
feme of the favorite little girlduwirea Fair Mrs Charlie Hunter who aU through the month. supervisor of the Live Oak Miller fumbled and Art Y K TD
Two other entree items on the unit and for five was acting Smyly 3 3' I
include the la chairman of the Women's Department year .
for this fall Johns recovered for Hasting A midget football game U the
list join forces In delicious casseroles director of District 3, which Includes DrFardPermar I I I
A-lIne. Jumpers, the tunic Jump- for the County Fair andI Smyly passed to Byrd Incompleteand featured event of local observance
er.' the empire with pleats or I have been discussing the exhibIts main or dishes stand Production alone In their of both own ties. nine North Florida coun, was caught for a 12 yard loss 1 I I of the National Klwanla Kid

gaiters coming from the yoke to be in the Home Depart to end the first half Branford led PUNTING Day tomorrow, J D Martin, club
cheese and rice well Mrs Diane Wilhite present director hnte Blkd. Avg.
Other favorite fashions are pleated ment. Mrs. Hunter urge all of e:1 I 7-6. president, and Paul Crews, chairman -
above the n for of District 3 .
said "Mrs.Hopkins' BnnferdFtsaell
tad gathered skirts and bloust4One you to get your entries ready to 1959-1983. Third Quarter of the boy and girl committee
of the exciting things exhibit Some of the areas In outstanding services have Lee Allen Cheney, and Miller I 3. II are In charge of the event,
Plentiful of onion fill be
on been valued both .
highly by the limiting.Smyly
about little girls clothing today which you may exhibit are. Can- moved the ball In six plays from to be held at the local football
hand, adding sparkle to the protein staff and board In District 3 during 1. 33
ia tM simplicity of lines, yet they ned vegetables, fruits juices, their 21 to Hastings' 27 but Miller gridiron
are'so cute and easy to make at pickles\ catsups and sauces jelly, food on October's list. The the past 27 years. She will fumbled on the Hastings 33, The Keller 1. It I
late summer crop Is forecast at long be remembered for the
meats, etc. AU of these out. third
preserves rest of the quarter was a Beulah. the faithful blood
i 4IiaavAOrlte( fabrics for the school foods must be exhibited In stan an million alltlme hundredweight high more than 20 standing role she has played In double exchange of punts with Faurth Quarter hound owned by Sheriff Hugh

clothing are washable and require dud size jars. All foods must be Stocks of frozen concentrated neither team able to move the After an exchange of punts the Lewis, died of a heart attack on

ttttl.care. The stretch fabrics In tempered jars except jams and orange juice still are high, and Plratunt Hill llapti'N S >tIto ball Dues again were on the move a* Monday morning The dog with
have become very popular for all jellies which do not require processing nof dried 1s they took the ball from their 20 the sensitive, and educated nose
children wear except dresses and Now Is a good time to *,- productto an estimated >,000 tons prune over liltear'l up 'i\ul Starting Monday 81 I Billion ValueThe yard line to Hastings' Ie In seven I had been taken to Dr J. D. Mar
coat The permanent press which lect some of your best spectments Pleasant Hill Baptist Church plays on the ground From the It tin's small animal hospital shortly -
was flrit tried and used In boysaJHl.mens In this area for exhibiting. count these two breakfast crop will begin a revival Monday, with total value of Florida farm Lee and Allen picked up a first 1 after she made her last runSept.
\ so on
slacks Is also beingeWprly There are many areas In the favorites for starting school days services at T:30 p.m. each eveningthrough products at the retail level U at the six Allen ran over center 7 with an Infected paw arU
used for other Items of Houeshold Arts Department In off right. Saturday Sunday Oct. nearly 14 billion. for three and Miller ran the suffered two heart attacks during
dining. In reference to thepstlsa.nent which you may exhibit, too. For And shopper should find lots 10 dinner on the ground will be keeper over tackle for the second her morning exerclsea this

press finish, you these you may refer to the I.n of shelled pecans at reasonable held.Rev. carrying out the responsibilitiesof Branford score. Ik'arboroulh'aklct weekC .
his ,it like to know that this Is a I Fair Catalog. The* are availableIn prices this month from a Urge Jack Stewart, pastor of the Florida Department of wu wide, and Branford led
NIIM process which la the final the Home Economics Office INS crop and heavy supplies on Philadelphia\ Baptist Church Is Public Welfare. 13.' Pants Bryant Ocala lawyer
wMatle resistance process for and you\ may have one by comingby hand guest evangelist.Rev Mr*. Hopkins reside with her Following the kickoff Hastings and legislator, U slated to speak
wash. and wear care after theEent and asking S. I P. E. Oaskln. Pleasant Hill husband Mr. ParkhUl Hopkins, was held for minus three yardsIn at the annual meeting of the Suwsnnee .
his been made. This fin pastor, extends an Invitation to and their daughter. Stanley, who three plays and punted to the County Chamber of Commerce -
applied by pressing Invisible StaIN If you faY..r 8.fcrl,Us)) 'I the public attend Suwannee High School Branford II The same situation next Tuesday night
and baking II In a spin orange or grapefruit juice on -- --- --

HMdat. oven or with a highftWMured a fabric, sponge It Immediatelywith
press. After this pro- cool water
Mat has been applied the preview A citrus stain often becomes Invisible
ely applied finish takes affect after It dries. With aging :

Heats In skirt and creases In or If heat Is applied the :
tI are made permanently I stain turns yellow. And this yellowing I. \

Is hard to remove. '
t Brimful Of Oood Eating Apple _
f. Bonded are the appealing feature on
a Plentiful Foods List offering
wide variety to shopper during __ l

I House Mover October The U, 8 Department of
Agriculture's list of plentiful this .. r r r. a.rwYr

month 1s brimming with harvest
season abundance
Herman Herring Besides' apples brol1 r.f..rl.

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shelled pecan, dried prune and
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CIIAIKES areas. Over the past seasons the Live Oak Students Snwnnne* County. Florida I FATE: NOTICE OF APPLICATiON NOTICE TO APPEAR point which" lbs Tl feet I IncheaSouth
dove field has to BROOKER GILL whoa. p5... of reldonca FOR TAX DEED STATE S* .decreea II mlnuu. Wait .
: OF
(Continued! From Pi 1)) program proven Active In CollegesWayne 'la ITS Jam.: Street, Beaufort, 5... ....... ,... FLORIDATO of a .". Inth* Ea.t Un. ., said
-I think he sacrtflced his life be highly successful and popular Beaufort County South Carolina) MARY NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that ASA HOPKINS and apouc Section. wkl h .take la '01.' feet
with the hunters. It is hoped that Howard son of Mr. LOU BROOKER KRAYENBORO .who. Ire Moor., tk. holder of th* follow.Ine If living and If .de.3 South of tk* N.rt_., corner of
in the last term of the leglsla- Plata of ...''d.n.. I. T32I Bloiham Avenua ecrtlflcite baa filed .... certificate! 'ho unknown halra, dc'viaeecT rranteea.SVS"1" aid Section l thence. North It do.
continued. "The more private landowners may and Mrs. Roland W. Howard Jackeonvllla) Duval County, Florida for a tai dnd to ba laauad thereon. The .'. ">." a under the aald ASA grm 11 ., ".&.. Kact Tl feet S I".

ture. Crapps follow this example and open hat been elected a sophomore i If said dafondanta ar. living, nnd ...."Ie.to number. and year* of I...> HOPKINS and ipouae, ________ ..... to said ctake In the Kant Un. "
strain and excitement was too If dend th.lr unknown h.lra at law, nee, the" dcecrlptlon of the property, that sCull be d........ or otberwiacl. B. of .Id Beetloat thence North 1 do.
much for him." their lands for a similar controlled senator at North Florida Junior dcvlieec legatee, ar grantee., or other and tk* nam.a In which It wan Mieiaednre W. CRAWFORD. and apouoo, tree .*! mlnutec We.t 411.' feel
hunt in the future. Collrce at Madison. p.r..,. or partita claiming) b,. through nc followciCcrtlfltat If llvlnt, and If dead, the unknown hairs. to th' point. of beginning. ,
Crapps said that Rep. Chalrei under or ...''n.' th.m I and WORTH N... (7. d..I_., granteei, or other rlaJmanta
Two public dove hunting fields Eleanor Marie Bees, co-ed at BTKPHK.N8 T. 8. BAIHDKN. C. H. Year of ho oaoo.I 111. undo th* said R W. CRAWFORD and T". 'o..ld raM .ro...., I. .
"did a good job for small counties totaling over 700 will be the University Florida Gainesville BROWN H. A. BLACKBURN and W. R.MoGRFGOR Description' of Property I Lot 1*. .., that hall doucribod so tollowni mar.socurataly
livestock and sanitation." acres .. Tni.lee. of THE HINF- IIn.,', Hlllc, Section II. Town ho deceeeed or otbcrwla. ) AMANDA ,
provided for sportsmen in the recently pledged Phi Mu LY-BTEPHEN8 COMPANY a Florida .hip t South Rant. II E.... BIRD and apouM ifliviop That certain tract of land lying I
Rep. Chaires was born In northeast region during the 1965- sorority Mls Dee.** parents are corporation, dlieolved who. p1.... of Name In which .....udu Talmadi. ..d If dm4. tho onCoow. h.I. In the Eut half of th. Soul ".1'
Town on August 10, 1908 and was r..id r001ar.Ufl known, and tholr' Taapectlv and Su.... N.lion. d"I_, grantee.. or "'., cl.lw.nti of tke Horth.... Q...... of tho I
of Dixie Coun 66 hunting season. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dees. unknown aueeea.orc. ...ign., All of Hid property bclni I In the nnd.r lbs said AMANDA BIRD andepouce Northe.it Quarter (EM: of EH of
a lifelong resident tru.teei, grantee., or any otk.r and all County cf BuwannM, State of Florida. that ..holIC.
The Norman Sanchez Field is Owens of Wellborn I* NEK of MEld > of Section' Twelve
ty. He received his education in unknown ,ru-ft. or partita having or Unl... aurh certificate or ....II..t.. deceaaed or' otherwlael ANDREW fIll I Townehlp.: Two South r ,
located 3 miles east of Branford. among the 500 freshmen and ...1811.. any right' till., or In I...., In ahall b* .....mod according to law the JACKSON GIBBS and .po.... _: Rang Thirteen. (II) Root of lb. .
the Dixie County Schools and at transfer and t* the following dncrlbed. land. property deecrlbed In ouch certificate or If living, and If ....d,- the unknown CobS
off U. 8. 27. It will be for students who comprise TallahacM* Meridian and th North.
the University of Florida. As IDixieCounty's open I'n.' ud "Cuing I. 8 ow..... Counl,. ', certificate* will.: be cold to tha hlgh.it I II d..I_, ....1_, or other clalmantcunder w.t iunnt.raflh. Nortk.".*I Quar
hunting on Wednesdays and Saturdays the entering clan at Florida Florida, to-wit I bidder at the en art houce door o. the th* aald ANDREW JACKSON ter :NW14 of NW of .*
Representative he was The Whitehouse Field is Southern College In Lakeland. flnt Mond.y In Month of October. ..... GIBBS and .po..., __ ih.t .hall Seven (H. Town.hip SM.tloa I
serving in his sixth term and was Lot 1. Block 40 of tka City of Llva I I which .. the 4tk. day of October 1540.P.1.4 be mJZyS"9* ..-.- .*! WILLIAM (I South. Range Fourteen Two
Ill Pout
located 3 miles west of White- Owens U the son of Mrs. Margaret Town, ____ ___ If ,
in the state Oak Florida, I. Saetlon II. till. Tth day of Seplembor" It... apouH ...., of and adjacent to U. S. HI....
recognized as a leader living, nnd If .. ....
house at the end of Halsema Owtna.Participating. ablp 1 South Rung IS K. &. LAVAUGHN A. SFS8IONS dcvtocec *.d. the unknown h. way II*. and deeerlbed] won* par.
legislature. His strong stand on Clerk of Circuit Court of granteei. or otharpinimonloundo .
tlcularly by GRID
Road. and will be open on Tuesdays In restoration SAID TJtNDS BEING ALSO DESCRIBED 11._.... Co..t,. Florid th. a.ld WILLIAM KEBREY '1P000o dlaunc. follow BEARINGS. and.
the problem was a* Start Ih
reapportionment *
., .. .hall
All that
and Directional activities this week at Tlft College
Fridays. Nortbe.it nf
outstanding and the smaller I.. d....... or olharwin.I J. <:. GALLA' corner Section 11; I

lens are located on U. B. 90 and In Formyth Ga. from the Beginning at tka Northaaal comer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HER ..d no-rosa. _________ II .TI8..' "RUE., and IC.To.. S 1
leadership I* W. .
for 154.55
counties looked to him feet to ...
living, ... .. a
Block. It If .d. tha ...1...
Halsema Road for the White- Branford area was Mia Inn of Block 40 formerly' ) THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF unknown Inch Iran pip ctak cot at th
...1_ point
In the fight to have the and running Southward aloni Hou IN crantcei, or other rlalmanl.'
house and of Branfordon Bam daughter of Mr. and Mr. FLORIDA AND FOR SUWAN. under th. of Interactttoa of the. line, of woven
east ton Street SO fart thence .W.ai.w.rd NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY laid J. C. GALLAHER and
smaller counties represented a wire fencing running; eaaterly andouthcrly.
U. S. 27 for the Sanchez Field. Arthur BaM of Box 1SS. at ri.ht an,):-rt.d: aIr.. DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF *.POMI.d. .. ..' th.t ih.ll (and of which. the Plan
thaw M.
fair manner. II f..tl: p.Jir BOBBIE I. RICHARDSON ; oth.rwlae| M. BLACK Coordinate
trusteeof UU with. aald i treet S* feet to lbs Plaintiff, BURN ... CPOUM. ________ If ar* s1.414.tSl,41' a.dy'4O.I1I.lI'i. )
I He was a member and North Ii.. of aald Blork, tk.nM .. living. ... If dead, tk.. ."...." kelr. far the .point of
CITY BUDGET crease the amount of the bond devhieea beginning T""' run S. IT l.-
the Old Town Methodist Eaitward Ill feet to tha point of RUSSELL 1:. RICHARDSON franteei, or other el.lmnnta .
W. along the Un f said
Church. had served as school (Continued From Para 1)) issue providing approval is given beginning) In Section 19. Town.hip Drf.ndantTO .d.r.,..tho .Id H. ... BLACKBURN ootupou ItOII fosIl tbc.c. **run Soutkw fear. I
S South, Rant. II Eaatt .hot oholt
of the StateLlvt"stock by a two-third vote In both I Ruaxll E. RlrhnrdMHl. RAIIIIITIO. ... do-autH t.I,. along, ike arc of the oar..
trustee. was the first other increases in line items Live Hq. Co Sod BU 41 Inl.. APO NowYtrb I Dr oth..Ie., VICTOR H I. the fence .
board from houses However such an increase 'You. and .arh of you, ara hereby New York. OU" KNIGHT and .....a... _________ If .H" lOs e feet to a
Sanitary Oak now has only one patrol car ......111' notified tkat LAMAR HAN. I living, and If d..... ,... unknown. helra. point (of wklck th* Finn. Coordinate ..
would not require the Yon nre hcnky notified that a Corn..laint d..I..... .rl I-|........... and
approval by
district ... .
the 8th congressional and a second Is needed for adequate IXXK hIrE hi. Complaint In tho for Divorce and other" Relief h.. grantee*. or otker etalmcnle' .
under ,451SS4 Ill. which I.. ..
... the said I'
members of the Dixie County traffic control and protection people in a public referendum. I-ImrMn.-I. 1'.1...Alii.n"d nuw.n ench Count;of been filed In the above named Court and --.-.---_. VICTOR H. KNIGHT and ll' 1$" W. 141.54 feet from Ik.preceding .

(5.) Mobile Home Taxes-Le- .. you you .,. required I.o.rv..o of youraaawer ... *.... C."CO"L"'.' point. Thence run .. **..
Chamber or commerce norraa Phillips said. aa .. .. .. aeeklng to quiet the title pleading to the Complaint "? a otkorwla' *! |) "

Farm Bureau (serving his third The street department Is the gaily defines mobile homes and of real.Ik*properly plaintiff "located I. th* abov In .........n".1........ upon th.or Plaintiff. Attorney. Wm. .... Hvln STEIN,. .and... If...dead..a... th_.. unknown_____haIrs If .If. th I*. Wccterly E. HIT boundary feet .. a of point the.
Hall P. O. Bo. 10* Live
Slaughter, Oak.
Member other house trailers as "motor .*... .. rlgkt-of-way of U. .. Highway It*,
term as state director). largest segment of the budget expenditures Cvnnty .....Itt.. Florida' and file tho original I. the office "too. or other etolmant.' .
Fair Association vehicles," unless they are permanently Y.. ar. further notified that th. return of the Clerk of tka Clrtult Court So. under th* Hid Q. GOLDSTEIN and oppoclte tke center of a culvert (nndof
Suwannee River with total of $146- whirl
a .
day of Ibis Notice la Defend I. fount, i ._, Ih.t ih.M point the Plan C_..,,,....
affixed to land and w.nno.C.oiyLiv.O.b, Floridno. or ho ........... ar. 1=14111.III..!' sod .
Dixie County Cattleman's Associ 886.18 of which 60.000 Is earmarked October" II. "". nnd you .h.lI. .. said before th. Uth day of October. A. D. or 01".'. .I MARTIN .y-UT.
.. of ..,... If CARAUALLO and ........ ''','' ,. Thence. ran N. !! *f Ir'K.
Bureaudirector hence making them subject to a date, oar tray your ItIS If t eonto.t the ____ .If
ation. Dixie County Farm for labor and $40,586.18 you care lime living, and If ... :. along ..leI right-of-way .bound.ry,
onkaown loin.
( and past president). He for street lighting paving and license tax as motor vehicles Instead any Attorney upon, for Plaintiff, who.. add.... I. plaint otherwise will, the.be taken nllegatlonl' .. .on'.of...the.. by Co"you.Don. dnl...., .,..1_. ? 0111rriniwnnta will I...*.l.tk 444. feet to Ha I"t...... ...
of a personal taxFIRST P. O. lIes I. Live O.k, Florida. and Immediately .... under the said MARTIN CARABAlinnd of woven wire fencing
served as chairman of the Citi repairs. property and Ord.rad In LI.. Oak, '1. __ running ....tori' (of wklck. the
thereafter '11. the original of apouae. ihall point
zen's Advisory Committee on The sinking fund which includes U. cam In tb. office of the. Clerk of the Id.boa thin lltk day of September" A.D. .C. ......." *' .therwl"|. Ih.t MAXIMO. Finn. Coordinate are ._1.....II*.-

Circuit Court of th* cbov atyled Court) LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS GONZALEZ and ._.., If If and ,-..*.1..41.|. Thus.,..
Highway Safety. bond retirement. interest othcrwl.e, n Deere. Pro Con'... will .be Clerk of Circuit Court 11.1".. ..' If d_. ... n"..0'" ..1... run .. lie II it" W. aloes the
Chaires was a prominent cattleman and bank charges will require CLASS ."1..-. agnlnct yon. Suwannc. County, Florida dorio.n. ..."toea. .r otker rl.lmant. II.. ml cald' I..... TOIlS feet t* tk* tpoint

in the state and was .I No $53.11'78.75. Two mills is levied on (Continued From Pare 1)) DONE and ORDERED under my bond ( ...., the' said MAXIMO CONZAI.YZ of .Beginning.Yen. .
LbPus and ........ ,
sod the cenl of the Circuit Court of the I th.t .hall
the distributor for the Pure Oil all real and personal property proposed area. He also said that Third Judicial, Circuit' of FlorMa, thli It.tl Lillian. .Radford D. C. I.. .......... or Jn. lnl SIMON CON. and Each of Yu, ar. notified.

Company in Dixie County. (total value $9,840,701) for this the Florida Development Commission th. lilt day of September" A. D ..... SALES and .p...., ___ ___ If SCOt n cult t* ..... ,It... to th* aboveiribed -
: .... .
living .
LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS and If dead, tk.* unknown '.1'.. I property k. been filed' ...I..t .
He Is survived by ha widow fund which brings tl9.681.40. is Interested in the plans Clerk of the Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .JTi, "..t_. or ."". ."1",.".. ,.. ... you ar. hereby ...*.1... .. ......
florid.' THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ..* .... SIMON a cpy *f yr A.._ or other. ...
$ County
still uw.oo. sod
in the
Eva: two Tom Peter Chalres values in Live Oak Increased investigative stage. FOR
sons. Property (SEAL) FLORIDA IN AND SUWAN. .po... IK.I' .h." ,.... .. tk, Complaint. on Ih* plain.
m. Cross City and Hal Chalres about $1.5 million over The group was well received at B, Milan Radford NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY ..* ......',*. *' .,..".to.1 '. Q. DICK. '''''. altorn.y J. M. HEARN.: P. O. Bra
IN R8ON and ._.. II.. Llv. 00.. Florida and file. ....
daugh each place visited to Peputy Clerk :JN1tlt111y) If
Jr. Illinois according
Chicago the 1964
; one evaluation but discounting RITA
ItItI living. and If dead, IC.. ......" ...1... original .. tn* offlc. .. of tb'* Clerk. of
ter. Mrs. George Hannan Tampa property eligible for Home- Crews and the people they talked CATHeRINE BROWN.JR.ROBERTC1AYTON ...l lMfi "."'... or other claimant* Ik* Circuit Court ta and ,.. Swnne
I BROWN. and RE: ..M J. 0. DICKERHON Coo.I,. '1orId.. .* or .befer* I* Octo
and five grandchildren. stead Exemption the increase was were about TRADE NAME LAW RECCA CAROLYN BROWN .......*. VW M .. _____ .b... .holl)! ber "4l! .......1.. tW' ......Uo.. .,

Funeral services were held Friday approximately one.half million the location of the potential pro- TO WHOM OR IT MAY tONCr.KNl TO add Robert"_!. Clayton...1...'II.nod.....*Sr..Id., .whoa.* I.y..h.r.b .. ba DAN.r d. "-, ",I t J. -.- ,pall C......., will lie taken a. ee"wiTNFSS -

afternoon at the Old Town dollars. ject in Suwannee County. Notice I. h.rcby .l.o that the un. .n.".... anouw, ______ If
living, ....
....I.n.d. to the flctltloua' If load tk. unknown ..01... my hand ** Clerk ., said
Methodist Church. Only the sinking fund whose U. name .tal...pununnt. Chapter IOJ8I or Section notified.', ] that n Petition d..1_. ....,.... or .th.. ."1..".. Circuit Court of ........ c..t,.

U. debt retirement dates back beyond 8...0.. Horlda lltalu..., 1141 will ...- for, Rita the Adoption Cnth.rln Brown Ronald, RobertClayton CaeeyDrown .".., ... saId K. I. DAHIItL sad Florida. and tk* soul of said Court al
Llv. 0... .. ,
FIIA LOANS Opousa Florid, Ik lltk
tha ICat .h.n .ha day .'
: later with tha Clerk of Circuit CourtIn
Homestead Exemption levies Florida, Brown Jr. and Rebecca. Carolyn dot.an.d ar utharwiawl. I. P. DALII' ...._...... A.D. ..*..
and fur Suwannea County
DOVE HUNTING Brown bat been fOod I. the above named
(Continued From I'Ll:
Pare 1)) .d apuou., L. A. SESSIONS
of of publication ofthla If
millage on the total evalua- upon receipt proof Court by June II. Townund and her ibm".. sad If loud ,,.. (Seal) Clerk ., ,,,. Circuit. C.
(Continued From Pare 1)) income rural families for needed notice the flctltloua name. &-. &I hu.band William H. Tawnaend and _.... .heir. url
tion. you 1 By l Lillian. Radfard *
B... f M..III C___. gr.ntee.. Mker elalmaatc. ,
managed by the Game and Fresh community services that .are not ? .re reqalMd ta ..... a copy of your I .ndor tke. aald Deputy Clark
und.r which we will .n..i. In .....".... a,..., or pleading t. .. P.tltk J. P. DALRYPLgC. : nad f I
I uponth ipoace.o. .. t.tl .
Water Fish Commission during presently available such W. ... to ...... In bU.I"... In .II
as a pMt Petitioner' Attorney. Wm. Randall ........... '
o. ......... i::
Live Oak Florida and our addroaa la Rt. HATTIE
AMENDMENTSContinued Slaughter. P. O. Boa 10*. Llv. (... I
the 1965-66 hunting season. 'The radio-TV repair shop lawn care I.. II.. 11'.0. La" citv. ru.. DALaYIiPLI: ... ._... __ II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
Florid. 10
fll 'h.
t I I fields are I located. I in sixteen coun. <(< From Pars ll service garage or other' needed The- ..ion'of own.rahln I th. link of th'*original Circuit. In Court.t" offl.oof ..- *11.1".'-.. aid. .If loud... t''". .....-- "Colt.. FOR SUWANNEE. COUNTY FLOH-.
frr trtii.. ... IN
D. D. BARHTH. JR. 10% "
ties ana Will require a 12 aany peal is required to have at least facilities. T. U FUBSELL 60" _".kfor.... County tk. lath, tin day* of Oak Florida' A. en D. ..d.. the. Mkl MATTIE: U DA uT; SI. N.. Tea DIV K>M___

J/ hunting permt here. three judges. However. the Legislature Local FHA officials are Wendell Dated thin lath. day of fptemker or"". If you _.. U .October..., tke came, .C.PLK Jr and....apcuee... a* _alberwlM. that .hall.. NORTH SIDE SAVINOS BANE, t

Besdes Suwannee County. public has authority to A. Roberts county supervisor A. D. 1005. atherwla. tk* nllentlona. of tb. Petition. THOIIP/'ON .d TRIXIE 'oros.JAMES
providefor npwnna. H. Plaintiff
D. D. BARBER JR. 8. THOll' ,
wilt .b. .. .... .
taken .1.
I dove fields are located in Polk. additional judges. and Lawson M. Hughes assistant T. U FU8SELL Done and. Ordered a. .hi L4v by Orb ye*. ,..... .SON..1,.. If devlaeee.".!..' ......."._*"... '". "known .

I Highlands Charlotte Duval ((2.) County Judge Lake Coun supervisor lois Ida......this lltk day of ........... A. D. ..... undo* IW' ("W TRIXIF. or otkee THOMP.ei.lm. RUPE. his RUPE.".and. MARGARET J.

Franklin Jackson Their office located in the ION ."< ap...., H. S. THOMPSON" Defendant
Bay that
Oadsden Authorizes the Legislature to NOTICE OF SALE OF VEHICLES I.AVAUGHN A. SFSSIONIClerk : neal .ha ... '
Palm Beach Indian River Brow- County Agricultural Building U Tb. Hoard nf Pnblla I..t..t...... In- of Circuit. Court K. or alhoo.io.l' PAIICO NOTICE OF SALE
.' provide without local referendum ......* County, Florida, will offer al .._.... Couaty, Florida.. DAUYIII'LJ!: and ._.. If N..... I* .hereby vivo* thai purannnt
ard Dade. Collier Orange and for one additional county open on Monday and Friday bile Io*. to th. hlghe.t aa.hbiddaw SEAL) d ii.is.p..1_. s.4. ,if.dosE.. t''". ...... ....... to tb* PIouS, D of Fcvoclaeure and
.. .
Seminole Counties. Other public judge in Lake County. This amendment morning vchlcleel, th* following I dlacarded buiecd By l Lillian\ ..dl.... D. C ...... ,.. .... P"aco or L ash.prblmonlo.DAIRYMPLRa : Sl Circuit.. .Crt ta' and..fr pending...ta*.t'

11.11 . ..
dove fields are located _ _ .
on the Eg- requires concurrent approval Cn.tr. CM docket Tt,
Un Military Reservation Okaloo -\ of the electors NOTICE 0". ISIS D .Clerk will Mil .
of Lake .... nnd ope**. HENRY J. WIL ta saId deceit.
Trv.b eonnty
0. Will, Jaws ISIS .L NOTICE IS ItrnlBY flrVrN That
TO WH01ll 1'1' =
**. Btanta Hot, and Walton M Mvty. ..
I County as well M statewide If dead, tke, _. Mlao IS,. PINEWOOO .
Counties Y.. wilt plena. tak. netlo. ,.... Ik' .. mount to n WRIT OF ESECUTI0Nla.o.d known ....... .....*... .... ..... ... f .
and In the Apalachloola (I.) Clerk of MM Court Palm unaenleuod Wilbur Sweat and kl., Thao .1010.. a y he Inapaeto4 by I. t". Ofcraull Court ml D.V.I.I ee clalmenla ""' o 5 airll.a ml tk _!.
National Forest in wife, Novla t. (w..t 'la nil I I aofita.Un tka ko4 w.banHi ., tn.arhool Coualy. Ftocida. .n Ik. Such day ofJaannry under Ib' said .FaMNIC "., 4iwwr of tk* Mrlbni.t Quo*, j
Leon. Wakulla engaging ( WrlMAM ..
nch Count-Provldt. that the will engage In the operation of n igus.d. I bua ..r... .. South H....... IM4, ta In* ..... wherein. ...._. HENRY J. tec of Sc.lann IT. TewMbB* t SMIU.
J and Liberty Counties Clerk of the Circuit Court for ., bu.'.... .ommonly referred ta .. .' 1' .. In Live Oak r .. AltanM Mclalll. Co..* Compaay. n Mkerwlo WILLIAM < .| aCeS .W 4......* ee Song* I* Boot. Suw***** 0...,,. '
In addition to dove field "Laundromat" at live Oak Mnrlda., Time of auction' la eat for October S.Hou.Yoa Oeoril. ........,..... trading ... ...... RnitFRT ENHSTHnM and Fluid aa *fin
permits Palm Beach County shall also I In the name of SWEAT'S MAYTAU I... ne .h. 110. G.,... so 1100' ....1._ ta in* State ml Ftorkta. aa IP*. VIRGINIA M. ENGSTROM kf Clerk : ta
Nvlng t'c::
all hunters must possess I serve as the Clerk of the Palm HIGHLANDER LAUNDRY and will fllareglatratloa flrert la Live Oak FlorMa.t Florida Cackct Cempany waa Plaintiff l dvloc. and. if *.*.. tk'* _....* .Mr. I and .5. t'. ...
valid a of said fletltloui 1 14)0) .'.r... FMBayera and Hugh A. Wllcon, h., doing heal. ** .male. *e .t..... rhilnMnl. Teeikee. milk Im.
hunting licenses and abide urns under .
Beach County Criminal Court of .. required by Section M*Of, Florida mint .ha".. the color. of a.aa WUaM A ...._., was Defen. end Ik* acid. ROBERT FNGHTIIOM MW and said
by both statewide hunting regulations Record. r Statute paint on the "01.. I. aeeenlaaea with laoS .kelng enc No .....|.L ta Ik' Ikal. CPOUM... VIRGINIA. .. ENG'TRI>M. t.-to .. ":| *
and special dove field rules. WILBUR C. SWEAT Ike .to,. I... said Court, I. D... ..oC.lll...,. aaHherlff R V. .11 Ca d.<....d w etkerwtoe. .. .. .
(4.) Road Bond luue-Autho_ ml NO VIA P. WHAT The Board ........ the right ,. r.. ., ........ Cmi,, Florida.. : HUTfHINGftoN nnd ****.*. m*. eekta .. *
It I Dove field permits special "jaw* all bide.. kav. .levied RESSIK: E. HUTCHINGSON. ? hvtng S... plwaiblng. .. =
I regulations rises the Issuance of twenty-year 11.11 any or upn all ft tk* rlgkt. lltl* n telrtlo.
p1 and information ..... i and .tatonl *f Ike above Mawd Dm- and hf ..... tk* .......* .Colts. ....- aad **wr cntoma, mncbta**. appli
may be bonds in an amount not to exceed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD Henry M. "01..... SnpeHntend.nl I....... I. and to the. '.1......* do*. e Ik.**.*. gmnle**. *r aSCot. ...1....'. ...... ftatoru* sad appuitcnaa.kh>kj '
obtained at the fields or at any 300 million dollars without further JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND roxsuwArNU U M. C...., J,., Cbalrma rlbed property. tawHITn aald R. V. HtrTTrTINt.MlN and are .0 map mnfler Prtota .ec ..*

of the five Commission regional legislative COUNtY, FLORIDA t-l I Soaikweit auartoy (SW> ) ml ikall.peuoo.. .be SWIg........E. HUTCHINGSOM.. Slat" .... roe. .w .said -
approval for the IN CHANCERY. IC. Uooth.a.I e..rt.r 'Slis I of *r .... ....., sad AI (tmmmtm ... detaeked .
offices at Panama City Lake construction and reconstructionof LAMAR HANCOCK.Clalntlff. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE R..IS..* Si. (Ii I. and ii. south hail Tltlo Pee.***. Claiming. Any Eetala Right.. Aba *n* I* gnlto Eloetrl. ha4 water

Cty, Ocala Lakeland and West THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 'Otis of Ik.. N1 _-., .wirtorINRU ...,, c* laloec.1 I. *r Lie Vmmm, th.. fccnler, We.wm.tle. .. ta In*
Florida primary roads into four n. FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY' FLOR ..d Ik* Nertkweel *.*nr '--1'. H_. Dccrdbcd or any Me*** Ininud **** .. tucrikidpi.niiy.

Palm Beach. or more lane highways. It pro- VOLNEY IIROOKER. ... aU. IDA.: IN CHANcERY.DUIIA INWIC I af tke Nertkoael *.nrtr Part Taercef towinBe I .

According to Copeland the l>.,."<1nnt.. POWEIL.Malntlff. 'NII4o': af SWtlon, ....* "II 1. all. M pukM cat*, to Ik, khrke.1 and !
program vides that the state will pay 80 NOTICE TO DEFEND In T.......> Four I4> South. ., .,lta. al ./. .... I... pip* Wet for .. iitwiin In*
of public dove hunting per cent of the costs of right-of- THe: STATS: <>r FLORIDA TOt, ... Rang. Fl'toe* I II) Root. .......* *l tk,* a..t'.., comer of peip.r. ke-n ..'. -.- ta Ik, -
fields WM originated several VOLNKY: IIROlUK.d: Ik. .". JOHNSON MFRRITT. c..t,. FmrMa.nd ly formerly owned by R. V. HUTtH- sad .*'el.... .. Ik. aIls,.... wa in*
years way acquisition of these road known ipoui. .' ... I. DaNaLu.wi : r..r....., .. ik,* lltk. day ., October. ISIS INGSON nnd dcMdWd ta tmm So'. SIlk ml 0. ..... at tb.. fnmt
ago as an experimental operationand Pledged for repayment of the ,... plae.. of r.ldnee aro unhuowni NOTICE OF SAI..E .I tk.* hoot d.w of In* Sawonn.* Tt .. **g. II*. sad run South too .... *f .... S Cewly Court****.
two-fold CLARA UKOOKER: NriJtON ....... IN PARTITION SUIT Count Ceurtkouco, Ik* City' af Llv* feel; lb.**. .. a* Eaetorly die ta Lrv* (lab. FlrrM
serve a
purpose. bonds for the next 20 years are I..* of redden.* la Til E. Connertreet N...... la ....*..1' .'... chat tke, ... Oak Suvanne* : ,,. .. .: .. between ttan It* feel ta Ine' center .,**.1 U A. CWk

They provide additional public one and one-half cents of the ; 1.1*. Oak 'u....** Cen.ti, .....1.... .. UnaeloJ Maator ........ ... In.,* k>*nl boar of .... lawN .* ,*, ....* .... R.*d II.I Ikewe (sums. Syt l .IO. Deputy
shooting grounds for the hunter Eluridsi' i EKED N. IIRIMII tR. JR. we-. d:r and by virtue of tb* Court a Or lint. ....k ta tk* 1 orai.0.5 aol !... ta NortWrly dlrwtlow If* feet Clerk. .
existing 4 cents "first" talon of ...tot.... I. Ill N.bor Avenue, a r eat.rW .In tke. above *aM. dlrwtlniaale .-..... ta Ik'* oCt...... I will. .0'.. .bop in. *_W*.| ..... ef .'W of Stow Is
and a proving ground for managed I gasoline. 'the Legislature Is authorized Star, Live Oak. lIu..._ (....'1'. flor of tn* prop.rty. .....1..".. e.. Ik* Mid nr.airty for cat al pnklta .-. n.. wa .e plau as --
public hunting small Id., DORIS H. OII.L .5.... ..i... of .rlb.d, will .ff. for ...., and aall al ouilcry and win a.11 tk. cam* to Ine Swath. *.,.., : iha aId p. ..= III: OF UaC
on at a later date to In- ...Id..... I. barrow A.."... Ll.. ( ... public auction t. Ik'* .klikeet, and haul kKbal. aol ...., .kM.ee. .. .bidder* foeoak. Ps'WorIi '.. S. e brihwaut.orly TO ." <'I'aal Pwreoaot .

___ __ bidder far !..k at In* front doer S1h. .* .. tk,* .-... to .be apUd' aa fee .1....... S. 5a4s5 04 ... ... SwMMS.I Stt'
---............................................................................................ .....".... "-.t, "_... .. u.. :: may h. S. IC.. poymaul at = = ProC.. I. Tuwouhip a "'.&110...._.. tote*. n.le .U hereby 11...5100-
00.... Florida, on" October nth.l. 561aI .aiSat.qtiae of lbs ahoy. .. II E.... IM to 'b* held en T.. It.
I lira* AM. Ike following decerlked real ......... Ml for Ik* po-weo *l ,o.*

ewTA properly eituated ta ........ County,, rt MeCAIJJSTT A.................. p54 04 .... (II ...- ...**-
c t p Florid. to will I SHCRfFF: OF. KUWANNEB ........ S. ICu. SSI.. of 110#JiI.'*" of sad Wata* .. Dtetrte .
l.ot. Ne. 4 and N*. .. .. Black Mrs: term of fr ... ,
VUNTY FLORIDA 04 "-Jrt. 55. T_...... I 141 y on**.
i (\ i9t ,s r -.. '. .' No. I ., Railroad AddHhm to Ik.* lass oulh.. Ran* -. and tk* SW Th* Mtowtao .pbo.Sal .C.
: City of llv. 00.... Florid .ta See.lion aflC.NW.fNWisofbr. .ikirtun lb.. .

u', m ', *5. T.wn.klp. I loath. Range NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS T..h. .. I ...... ... II ..o. of I .A.. and.... M.: .
II Ea.t.: OR TRADE NAME. LAW S. ..-_ c....,.
Fbdda _
Sold ....",. t........ wltk nil Ike. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKRNi: to.... 4155 ... ,. < G_ .
.........., .ncredltnmenln" ... apparteo.aneea Nolle la ....... flven hot Ik.. **- and dosrik,4 or .Aa

t........,* .kdonvma. ? .. ta any.wlaa .--.4. ........ to Ik.* ftrUtkenanam ulwa sad =-s.Pou.II..C.Iy I.42.. ., C..C,. _.110 C- Bta.
I appertain! ; will .be oM ., caM ."' ...., Ckapler. .**... or Sortw* s.4a. at u.. N. at PlootH .
.... ta .*..**..* of awlS ardor. n.h. **! 5*. FlorIda ...,...*. .*... will .... I. ,-.... S ...,... .....5.-II Owily .O. .
_l I* ***flrmtm* *f **M .... Cs' ,,,, ....- .Hk tk,* Clerk of Ik'* etro... .... po4 ... ...., I' .... Rout CKfle .Mg, U .
1 Curt.Dated. Court ta. and for Swne C.'., aloug ... Wuu .h001donv .4 said Turlne Stem LwneUta, Ftnrt*
at llv. 0... Ruwcane C**.. Pland.. ruosipt mt M'* of pnbnVileo say- p55,0 .... Ie sa boa .
I*. FhtrMa, ...1. *tb day ml September. of Ikui M I Illv the ftetlUoM noava.cnUnn .tak. ..,.- ...., dod... latH vise.. All _1 cbMtocc Milclag wHbM
114.. bowil. ... ..tf_ af ,.ha --.11 ,... Ik. t> *, ..*. .W to eec*
cj, C. DEAN lEWIS: SUWANNIE .IVla 'Assasactaa. sooth ........, of t''. wa_ Q..WtH .W
-101 Moat. ...., ....., .. will .oeoew S. .._ b lb. Pi.ria paupro. .ht* ,._ .

Isle w. ...o.I Ie ..... S. ..._ S. Pis.-L:: Lowuaap pr.lw.poor, p.5ouI osdo Ito. aoaalbo

0.... F...... aad saw *de>... S. _I at ......... ... SlaviC a.h nS. .-. of mIs sos
NOTiCE OF rUStIC HEARING US II* eVealb. 'I I' 1.5 a. tile _.. ...... ... ... sad .
TO CHANCE :ZONE Th onto,l of ._h" .. enlle.. ...... -'...... loB S ,. u .
N.,'" I. .kereky given lnl. Pukll PAM AMERICAN MISSIONS OP .... ... _.. n" ....l..t Ie s. M. *4.10104W5150w
I H..,.... will .k. hail ky Ik.. CHy C_.- MIdst INC -II ... a.foat ..... .05 latH ."

.II ml Ik. CM* *f Llv. Onk Florid .. Dated this I4tn day ., September ..... $rlk. H' .... 11'_.au..4. .. c.
Ik* Council a.., City Hall Tnc.day. A.D. |**S. fal S. am 10. -.. .005
October It. l* l at T I* P. ... foe In* PhIl AMERICAN MISSIONS OF aI latH roe ... .Ill dia.i m>Tmr or PUwtir MARt*

paw,*** of amending Senlnc Ordtnnne "I"." INC .... gau.s4 S. ,... ....rta.s., at TO C.".. ZONE

14.. 411 from Sen* R.A iRMMenlmllto I ll-tl .- mat .......", vbr of letrTICt: t gfvi th4 ...
C-l (C.mm.r.ml> ** In.* propertyeacrlbed tha. posp.rt. 04 p. L .i Mimrtn> .b* Ik. .
aa 'halos ta Ih* City *f Llv IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLO4UDA. 'Ioewo 5.ui.. I' 'II' .CANNON1. CuuiaiS *f Ik. Oiy flak.
.. .
(Onk Lce .II *nd I*. hook ll. Orbitaal THIRD. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT said ,- I.. lISa .. ta IW. Oty r
T..... All Inlereeted cMcca and ._ IN AND FOR SUWAMNIK COUNTY' p. Ie oe .... Oi In. _
pops alaha bwa. TtMuday. T *. P. MMl .
vol ,,,,
Notice To All Corn Growers! | erty *wnr* ....11 .knv* *a lapaclunHy IN CHANCERY '- 04 ..... .-. $roI- .... .4 .. Z
I. V* kenrd HARRY PIUS sad .. .$5' .... 15 fro S. I" 0.. K..
: CITY COUNOT LILLIAN .. ELLIS kla waTa, ., .COqS.S.ALSO .... p.5.5 1 to ....A (
PtaUffa.ASA'MOPEINS T k**.
VERNAR HUNTER ........, A -Ik* SH 04
Suwannee Grain Corporation is now receiving yellow shelled ATTEst and _.. ____. SnwIl.a ?.::..:.'.basil.ww Baa.1, .\ of MEH ** .. .. Ynwualop
HARVEY W. PERRY City Oerk B. W. CRAWFORD and .... I' .... t. RanIS. .
5.._ cw.... "....,. t* CHy ml Lee* On.
corn. We try'to give you the most courteous service available to I"" _I AMANDA DIRD and mvmmmm.i doa.od as -, ........ a. AS taHrict.d ftUmmmm .ad pooop
-i ANDREW JAIKSOM .;|RMmmmmmm. t.. NW __ of .... kS .... psOwabp to ...

you and our aim is to see that you get the highest possible price NOTICE FOR: OP TAX APPLICATION DUD s.d REPaST and. __IP..IM. _____. WILLIAM iro,... JilW 5. .od 04 .... Nwh., .., ....'."5...,. .f>y .
._. I.*.._, ...... .5. Co nALLABIB .... .las laos.... .... I do ...... bo n, c
for -- -- ------ ,,. .. n. "
your corn. NOTICE.: U NERKRT GIVEN tkal, .- Isal aol ... S' PERsia .
B. Av II..**.. tk.. .botaer ., Ik.* follaw.tof .. .U..UaN. -U .pin,a. 04 atH 5Ii. ',-. t........ NW. ATTFUTiS \ P.

**rt TkMto* .boa Idol nail eortaTtMM* i vicrv- svIa I ..... ci II AS VET w. PERSY Or
for a Ma laud to .ba ntauod t"-- ... Tb' .. KNIGHT.. ipiun Ills .... t..... -- a
Bring us a load of corn. We believe you'll be back again and we oHMtooie *....*.. awl yar ., W.aa .*- ; Go GOLDSTEiN ... II .S.viuu Paul SIlO Moo-b 5..q 0. __. ..
.*t tb. Wcrtptle ., Ik. property, __ W_ bww at .... I. MotEl SALE
opb.t .,
appreciate your patronage. and the no*** k> wktok It w. i..mdor. MARTIN CARASALLO mmmmm 5S.55 Roud .. .& i'- $..... '" TO
,. a. fslbwilChrllfbo.. I MAXIMO 4.... 5) wisebo Iooi II 10nnrt WILLIAMS
.. N* It. flONSALES **4E W_ 2** .* v.p .. .t 7.Md i**
Year W ,.....,*! 11*. mKi'i:4 U.. ... .. .... ..... ..._.*., .. tlYB ..Ftja.
Peeertptloa o< Ptaanlyl. t A off I anvil 0/. .. ... RW "' ., YOU bat pInT MOTiPtEe
Phone 362-3596 *... ., 1 It A *f NEW, of SWW. 4. NoDSJilV.loedooo.po .. saM br... I. NW s ThAT T-R POU...U> r-OFERTT
", : .c ....... *. TowvjakHi t S*..... J.'r. DALRYMFL: do-.,.. II ...... .-_ -.I It .-_- SMMpr
Ran.. 14 Eaet. s.d ..... as.q ...
owau ... at said ...,. -.
Nam Hi whish. aaonaedt Cnk ... I '''I at ''. I .
** MATTIE U DALRTMPltJ ... 1111' '' ., ,,. NW'S ,..., Omttmm TVl
All of nail ir p.rty pom* m tb* lbs ... 04 .......... hoe .. t Sto. TaMe*
C.*ly *f Suwnan**. Slat of Flirt la. OMP.INau4 tfmmmm. II a THO-P. I M..BI.
v..... awb eortlfteal w cvrtlfknile* M 1 PASCO E. DALR1MPT.R .. ALSO, A W. .ho **I4. __
) p.oj at .. w ad I V-
Suwannee akM. .b. ridnoiid aciaiJma .. ... Ik.* .0. _ ; PINNII: Swiss II. -.w.nk5. S ..III:'6 ., _* Dto St..Vc_ ISIS M
J Grain Corporation pranrty inrri i4 hi ana* ___.. or WILLIAM ._4 \ BONUS. i II. lao ..... S. S. ... __ : i *fjAC.jnj nrjn.:
......,...t.* will .b* said to tb, haik**! WILLIAM RORIRr LNCnTKCW a4Jf ........ ... FvverknrMa, Tn.

btdd.r al Ik.. aonrt -.. *..r on Ik.* Vinr.im .. KJMumknMi ..... .. ......1 -........ e'; asS. w04 I. lad 410,0
It... ......., m Month of OHi>.,. IMa. R. sad Pie'I .....l t''. .. .,.
.. 1/4 Mil North Livestock Market On North Houston AT. ....... ta Ik'* ... *my ., .-... IM*. .V'V : _to>;rAi Pu.I I 5.0a u. 114" ..taao. 5.auk.. 04 :awl 04 I,
of :
tha ...
Dnl4 UM tIC day .f S,pl.n>a... .".. **>* Canhuing Any tmlmt. Rujln. Twtae I saul aS .... __ ., 'of Wu of :
LIVE LAVAl'CHN A. SU4MOMS entwo.1 ta. *e Ue Dp** ISw _-J I ...... br41 55 joq I ..to '
OAK FLORIDA Clark ., OwaM C:.or. of P0.p _.M** ........ a* Lap P.051 WOO. 1' _.

\ ;.............................................................................................., n..!_,_ tuwuoe .,....1'. "-* a. to i'Iii'ri52:.::5.05.:- .. """ u to :! : nMII I.C?VaITVa_"ro-, see.



65i i:

I I Individual Records

a RUSHING Tries/ Yds. A.. TD '

e t SnwanneeBass IS ..1.I..' IBowdoln r J: I II II

i SUWANNEE !! nT Blspham Madison 3 a 13 4 7.7S 133 5 1

LIVE OAK Kinard II.. 4.17 I
Cantrell S IS 360 ISrhollea
3 is,1 1Ragan.

Johnson II 35 S.tl 1
t Yarbrough S IS 7.50 I

If* I t Bulldogs Beat Madison Red Devils 13-6 Williams SnwanneeBowdoln PASSINGAtt.S. Cusp IS Int .Ydt,11 TI I

II 4 5 81 I i
I Bowdoin Bass Score For Live Oak I Madison
i ; + ;Wct' Gain fiy IltnnloinSvwajuaee Ragans IS 5 11 5 I TIIERON BASS

I Both Teams Suffer Penalties RFCEIVINOCsnglit I ,
I'd" TI
yard personal' foul penalty and
i I SowanneeBUM 'I Msdlwn had the ball first and
The Madison Red Devils soundly beat the Suwannee
In. .
ten from the Live Oak 33. John.
i ulldogs in every category except scoring Friday night Harris I 31 I IOn ran over left guard for five
i efore a large crowd here. The Bulldogs plagued by Madison and Ragana ran to his left to
|enaltes! apd a large Madison line, barely kept their Walker 4 43 5Musser score but Madison was penalised
sad above water in the 13-6 win. I 1 S3 I fifteen for clipping back to the
Quarterback Rod Bowdoin PUNTINO II. Cantrell and Ragans ran the
rob the Ice In the first quarter line with six plays and two five Punts Blkd. .\\t. ball to the Uve Oak 13 for a first
with a beautiful 11 yard touch. yard penalties against Live Oak Suwannee Ragans ran his left end for
own with a fourth down situs- to score on a three yard plunge I' Bans I. 41Msdbon three and Uve Oak was penalised
Iron and handled the team well. over right tackle by Quarterback five for off sides but Ragans was
fas he carried the ball eight times Ragans. I I Basins I. 40r caught for a 14 yard loss on an
lor 63 yards from scrimmage and A run-down of the line play attempted pu,. lie hit Walker
npleted four of 10 passes. goes as follows: short of a first down and Madison with a pass to the four but Live
Theron Bass returned a punt Pleat Quarter I took over on their six Oak took over on downs
by Madison Quarterback Ronnie Fullback Richard Williams returned Johnson ran up the midrib for Bowdoln ran a quarterbacksneak
gans 70-yards for Lire Oak's Harris' kickoff fourteen ons and Ragalni ran to the left for two and killed the clock.
her score In the third quarter, yards to the Madison 34 where for no gain. Rsgans connected to end the half
1th Halfback Brody Harris add. Quarterback Ragans' pass on the with Walker for seven yards and Third Quarter
g the point. tint play was deflected and In. Tommy Ysrbrough picked up the Walker kicked off to the Bull.
I Madlaon's score came on a sus- teroepted by Corky BUpham fora r first\ down with a 10 yard sprint dogs, returned by Blspham to the
fuined drive follo.Uve Oak's touchdown only to have It over right tackle. Johnson again' Uve Oak 41, Baas lost two Bow
IeCCIIId touchdown kickoff. They called back and Live Oak pens added three yards on first down doln passed Incomplete and ran
drove. the ball from their n yard Used five for off sides. Dale Kin and Rsgans lout seven on an at. for six around right before Bass
rte ltd ran over center for three and tempted pass as Larry Simmons punted to the Madison 20. Basin
STATISTICS Live Oak drew another five yard broke through. Ragan fame right returned three yards to the Madi.
8.., Md. penalty to give J.lac1l.lonMir I L back with a 30 yard pans and a son 33.Klnard.
First 0.... 7 11 first on the Live Oak 47. s 4' first down to End Kenny Walk ran right for five and
N Rushing Yardage n 115Ydt Halfback Eddie Cantrell war er I Rsgans followed for another three
L.d a..ln' I' II stopped cold twice In succession Cantrell ran over left guard before Kinard lost two to the left
a Net Rea/ky H 111 by Ken Poole and Mike Edwardsand BUMeg Quarterback Sad .....oIn follows Fenbuk Corky Blspham artend for two and John ran right end Ragans punted to the Uve Oak
rAU .$" 1. II Ragans was forced to punta acalaat MsdlM last Friday nlsbt. Madison Gear Gene flares, Number. I., and Tackle 1..1 for, seven. Uve Oak drew a II I Continued .. Face II)
4r. rare. cr. nptete4 '4 1 r an Inoompleted pass. Bass Argenbrliht. Nsnber. 73. are la close. tmruUt. (Democrat Rlsff ) ,
r.t ...... y....... 11 luTarde made a nice run-back from his

Peaansrd IS UT1rea IS to the 43. 37 yards and a first down on the Live Oak recovered on the Uve and Madison lost the ball on For The Best InROOFING
htWIu4 IS 7rrue. Bass ran over left tackle for Madison 38. There he was slopped Oak 17 down as Ragans' past to Walker
Gel / I 'three and Bodwoln hit him for I
for a yard Iou but Bowdoin Bus lost two over left tackle war Incomplete. CALL COLLECTS'fANDAICD
I again connected with an II yard o.
and Bowdoin recovered his own
From their 40 Uve Oak pickedup
0 pass to Harris. rumble before Bass punted on three first downs on two IS ROOFING
1. BEFORE YOU BUY..WHY NOT TRY From the Madison 20 Bass ran third down. Johnson picked up yard penalties against Msdtion
over center: for two and Bowdoln five around left end and Kinard I and a 13 yard pass from Bowdoln and 1
MORRELL SALVAGEPlywood three Incomplete to Ray Corbin added four up the middle to end ,to Harris. From the Madison 18 SHEET METAL CO.
and Bass before running to his the first quarter Uve Oak leading Uve Oak was penalised' five yards
left for the TD from the II. Has 1-0. Bowdoln threw two Incomplete Ill So. Ashley St._ rh. 244-2644

Paneling Mirrors..Several Sites ris' kick was wide and Live. Oak frond Quarter passes and Corbin caught one /REE VALDOSTA'S BONDED
ed 1-0 with I:OS remaining In With third and tone Basins out of bounds before Bowdoln ran I I wsT: MATES BEST ROOFERS
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= (9f9A'de/tedfh = I Ir'. Robert llolcomb Rutledge I .Woman's Club Will I Here And There ,

---- -TIr' r Meet, Friday At Center
The Woman's Club of Lire
Mrs. J. D. Martin spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Montgomery
Oak: will meet Friday.: October
I first, at 12:30 In the Garden afternoon in Gainesville with her Jr.
WOMeN Mr. and Mrs. Peter B,
Center for their first meetlncf son Gary, University of Shal!
the new year student. have returned to their horn lt
Mra V. J. Smata, president, Miss Bobbl Davis of FSU Tallahassee Wellborn after spending the summer -
i p. all member to attend spent the week end with at their summer cossage on
CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor this urges Important meeting her parents Dr. and Mn Joseph Nantucket Island Mass? and ..'._
f B. Davis. King relatives in Maine and Cm
C. Wadsworth and necticut
Mrs Louie
Martha Vereen Land, Robert Holcomb Rutledge e rsY. Paulk-Bembry Mrs J. D. Martin visited Miss Miss Slnka Koff. FSU TallsW..
Exchange Nuptial Vows At Westwood Church Charlotte Wadsworth and Miss see spent the week end with ifa,
MarriageMr Babsie Phillips Florida State parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koff
Saturday evening, September the twenty-fifth, the and Mrs E. J. Paulk Jr. University. Tallahassee, student,!, Lee Harvard FSU Tallahassee
Westwood Baptist Church was the setting for the double announces the marriage of t'lr!. Thursday evening spent the week end with his iat 5
ring candlelight ceremony uniting Miss Martha Vereen daughter, Mary Leone, to Klwood: Mrs S. E. Montgomery Jr., and I rents. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Hai.
Land and Robert Holcomb Rutledge in marriage. The Mfr Bembry, son of Mr. and Mrs son Steven and Miss Tesle Koff. vard Sr.Sandra.
Rev. Ewell Traweek Johnson officiated at the eight Henry Bembry of Jasper on Sat- visited Cadet David Montgomeryat .
o'clock ceremony. urdsy, August 28, In Qultman.Oa ; Gordon Military Academy
Miss Land la the daughter of sister of the bride was junior ., at the home of Rev. M. L.' Barnesville. Ga. last week end. Marie Mullin>

Mrs. Drew Vereen Land and the bridesmaid. Their costumes #ne ,,..,. Smith. Among those attending the Mr, and Mrs. Edward Mullir:
late Mr Land Mr. Rutledge Is the identical to that of the maid of University of Ftorida-MisalssiPPi announce the birth of a daughter
son of Mr. an dMra Ovid Hoi honor with the exception of the State football game in Gainesville Wednesday September 15. In the
comb Rutledge. bouquets which were fashionedof Erik Allen KingMr Saturday were Mr. and Mrs Dan- Suwannee County Hospital The
Forming the background for I pale pink rosebuds and ivy. '/1" and Mrs. Allen King an- ny B. McCrlmon. Mr. and Mrs baby weighed six pounds and
the nuptial vow were candelabras Mr. Rutledge served his son as j,.; nounce the birth of a son Saturday Frank Futch Jr. Braxton Dennis. eight ounces and has been named
of brass holding lighted best man. Ushering were Joel September 25. in the Su Frank Futch Sr. Laure B. Rob- Sandra Marie Mulllna.
"white cathedral tapers three Wyman Harvard Jr., Lee Helven- wannee County Hospital. The ba- erson. Louie C. Wadsworth. Mr. The maternal grandparent err
brass standing baskets of white ston Harvard, and John Hatten of by has been named Erik Allen and Mrs. Al Leonard Jr. Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Davis and
gladioli, and large chrysanthemums Gulf Port Miss. King Mrs. Wyman Harvard Jr. and the paternal grandparents arr
with palms and fresh emerald The bride was given in marriage Mrs. King is the former Barbara Wyman Harvard Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W O. Mullins. .a i
foliage completing the set. by her cousin Harold Loom.Is Robinson daughter of Mr. Pvt. Bill Montgomery of Ft. of this city.
ting. The couple received the Land. and Mrs. C. J. Robinson, of 'this Jackson. S. C. spent the weekend .
benediction kneeling on brass and Miss Land chose for her wedding I city. of Sept. 18 with his parents, (Renew Your Subscription)

white prie-dleu. a floor length sheath gown I ..
The family pews were marked of peau de sole enhanced with a
with clusters of wedding bells simulated bolero appllqued with
and white latln.Renderlni flowers of Irish linen lace and :
a program of wedding edged with beaded points of Trlih REVIVAL SERVICES .
music was William Brant lace. The lace flowers and edging
Mills, organist, and Clinton Nichols were repeated on the hem of the '
faculty member of FSU soloist elbow length sleeves. The slim I OCTOBER 3-10 .+ r
who sang, "Because", "En skirt was appllqued with a wide pie crepe slim line skirt accented Ann Lawrence
treat Me Not To Leave Thee", and band of lace flower just above with an Empire waistline The Kimberly !
'.The_ Lord's Prayer". The traditional the hem line. The detachable bodice of Imported avocado Mr. and Mrs. L. Arthur Law VAN HARDIN Evangelist *
wedding marches were square chapel train was outlined rhelms galoon lace lined with rence Jr., announce the arrival ofa a
t used. with the same lace edging and avocado pure silk, elbow length baby girl August 12. in the Su
Miss Barbara Jean Davis maid the lace flowers were repeated in sleeves and' a scooped neckline wannee County Hospital. She
of honor, wore a floor length each cornr of the train The illusion completed the bodice detail. Mrs weighed two pounds 13 ounces Sunday Service .......,.. 11:00 A.M. and 7130 P.M. .It
gown of wild cherry crepe with veil was secured to a double I
Rutledge wore accessories of enc The maternal grandparents
are Services 7iOO A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
bodice Weekday ......
an Empire of matching coronet of lace re-embroidered
shell and a corsage of yellow Mr. and Mr*. Cliff Watkins of y
velvet, featuring a Sabrina neckline '. with seed pearls. Her bouquet was Cymbidium orchids. Philadelphia. Miss. The paternal
\ and sheath skirt with flowing crescent shaped and made up of Following the ceremony Mrs. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs SERVICES
panels from a Dior bow at Cymbldium orchids and ivy, Land entertained with a receptionat Leroy Lawrence of Chsttahoo-
back waistline. Her short matchIng Mrs. Land mother of the bride, the Garden Center chee.
veil of illusion was attachedto wore an original gown of champagne -
The bride's table was lovely After six weeks Kimberly Ann Revival Music and Choir Led By
velvet roses of shade The blouson bodice
same liS crepe.
with a floor length, very full/
was welcomed home by her brother
t gown Matching shoes and white was enhanced by an embroidered gathered white net skirt over' Todd.
gloves completed the costume. floral design of iridescent sequins white table cloth of white dacron DON COLLINS
She carried a bouquet of deep and bugle beads. The sheath skirt lace 4.
pink rosebuds and ivy designedIn was floor length. Matching shoes The punch table was like the ma fraternity. He is now a member VAN IIARDIN
the shape of a crescent like and white gloves completed her bride's table except in pale pink, of the faculty of Lafayette
the bride's. costume Her corsage was green Mrs. O'Donald Hatch and Mrs County schools. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Miss Carol Ann Castlebeiry, Cymbldium orchids Joel Wyman Harvard 8r, cut After a wedding trip of an unannounced -
cousin of the bride, and Miss Mn Rutledge mother of the and served the cake Mrs. JamesP. I destination they will LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
Shirley Herring, were bridesmaids groom, wore a floor length gown Williams and Mrs. Warren I make their home at Wards REV. CHARLIE A. WEBB, PtutorREV.
and Miss Nelda Sue Land, with a floor length egg shell ..upIIOWDY Nobles presided over the punch I Apartment, Live Oak

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Floor hostesses were Mrs Harold I
FOLKS! Land Mrs. James A. Cason.
Miss Mary Maude Mills, Mrs

1 have moved from Helveruton Street to Laurie Mrs Sam DuVal Koff, Mrs., and Lee Ml C... Willis.Blnk ; i ; To America

Suwannee Block Co. on Walker Ave. Koff. Other hostesses were Mlu. : ..11<\ ,. .,. .
Leah Jane Land, Miss Martha r"f' 1'- ft. ,
J Call me there for all your building needs Lyons Land Miss Susan LeFevre, ; : ...j.:. with 1ove. '
"If You Build With It and Miss Janet Castleberry. .
Suwannee Block Co. Can Furnish It" Mrs Rees Mills, aunt of tne
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. I Anna Miller Circle I Guild lIemlel'81It"nel" Pine LevelMr. Mr. and Mn. L. J. Ezell of
(9-1 gl'lie4i f == I Jacksonville spent Saturday night
Hold September Meet Deaner" Board Meeting with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moss

Mr.' Carl Moore presided over Mr. Dennis Hart and Mrs le-,.
and Mrs R W. Moaeley Mr. and Mra William Moore
Mrs. Hlley Ward visited Mr.
" the meetingof the Anna Miller Hugo Sotolongo. president and
' and children were supper guestsof visited Mr. and Mn. H. M Moore
and Mn. Drew Holmes
Circle when they met Mondayevening past president of the Women'sGuild Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver Sunday afternoon.
afternoon.Mr. .
at the Elks Lodge. of St. Francis Xavter Cath-
dlI Mrs. James A. Caaon reportedon otto Church, attended a luncheonand Thursday night Mr. and Mr. Drew Holmes and Mrs. R. W Moseley
the successful completion of board meeting of the St. Augustine Mr, and Mrs. Drew Holmes via- were dinner guest of Mr. and and children visited Mr. and
Ij.I-n CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor the North Florida Telephone Deanery of the Diocesan lied Mrs. J. H. Reynolds Fridaynighty Mra. Ernest Holmes Friday Mra. W. P. Brim Sunday after
. Banquet which was served by the Council of Cathollo Women held Misses Denise and MsrclaMcweley noon.
1- circle on September 7. A letter at the Red Barn In Lake City Mr. and Mra Gerald Coat of visited Mrs A. L Hughey Mr. and Mrs. Carl Treuler visited
Laiul-Rutledgo World War Veterans, from the Elks: Lodge thanking Tuesday, Sept 21. Lake City spent Saturday with Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes
Will Meet the circle for their aid In the: St. Francis Xavier Guild wet Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Toole. Mr and Mrs. Art!* Golden and Monday night.
Rehearsal Dinner Auxiliary giveaway program which assisted .1 welcomed a* a new associate: of Mrs. HUey Ward visited Mr. Mr. and Mn. Edward Fore visited Mrs. Paul Driver and daughter
Af 7t Mr. and Mr*. James A. Caaon There will be an Important the Lodge In going over their the Deanery. and Mn. L. P. ror nPr Friday af. Mr and Mr. L P. Fortner Renee visited Mr. and Mrs.R. .
7f Mr. and Mn. J. Itarrln Phillips luncheon meeting of World War'One quota for the Crippled Children's ternoon.Mr. Sunday afternoon.Mr W Moseley Sunday evening.
! .w and Dr. and Mr*. Joseph B. Dafls Veteran of Barrack 1183 Home In Umatllla was read by and Mrs J. R. Sleuder of and Mrs. Drew Holm visited The Community Sing will be
entertained the Land-Rutledge and Ladle Auxiliary Wednesday. Mrs. Caaon. Club Women Attend" Live Oak and Kenneth McLeod Mr and Mrs. Wllll Howell held at Pine Level' Church Saturday
wedding party with a buffet dinner October /. at the Antioch Community A beautiful arrangement of fall of Clayland Community visited Monday afternoon. night Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. Everyone
at the home of Dr. and Mra. Center on Hlway 129 flowers was aent to the circle by State Hoard MeetingMrs. Mr. and Mrs. R W. Moseley Fri Mlsa Marcia Moseley spent Is cordially Invited
Dana on Eleventh Street. Friday North. the Lodge for the circle meeting Roy Slemp, president of day. Sunday with Pat Plymel. .
evening following the reheartaL Several department officials Monday night In appreciation of the Junior Woman' Club. Mr*. Mr. and Mra. Jewel Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moon visited A RIg-Veda hymn composed 19
The buffet table was covered will be present to address the the circle' assistance during the children of Live Oak apent Sunday .
Ernie Seller, Junior Club member Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mllford centuries B. C. reveal use of cot
with pink overlaid with an Imported group on pertinent Information year.It. and Mrs. V. J. SmuU. presi with Mr. and Mrs B. F Sunday afternoon. ton In India.
e hand embroidered cutwork following the 12 o'clock lunch. was announced that the Anna dent of the Live Oak Woman Hayes and attended services at
cloth. A brides model dressed In All auxiliary members will Miller Circle would serve a Club. attended the Florida Federation Pine Level Church.
white satin framed with a tall please bring their covered dishesby banquet on November 5 to the of Woman's Club fall board Mr and Mn. Jorgen Brorsen of
J floral design of pink and white 11 o'clock. Member of the local Shrine. meeting In Lakeland September Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs Following Doctor' Advice Am Offering
mum, gladioli and baby breath Barrack and Auxiliary are urged Mrs. Carl Moore and Mn. W. 23-25. Drew Holmes Wednesday night.
paced the center of the table.A to bring prospective members.All H. Laughlnghouse represented the Rev, Charles Johnson of Perry
I crystal punch bowl encircled veteran of World War One. local circle at the Ladles Elks spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn FOR SALEThe
with Ivy and filled with cranberry their wives, sitter, or widow are Convention held In West Palm' Birth AnnouncementMr. L. P. Portner
punch was placed on the sideboard most cordially Invited to attend. Beach this month. They reported and Mn. Thomas Jason Mr. and Mrs II. M Moore viaIced Chuck Wagon RestaurantsIN
and presided over by Mra. Phillip that fund raising initiations, and Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes
The mantle was centered with and Mrs. Harold Land. Rev. EweU ritual work was stressed. Kennon Jr. of Gainesville an- awhile Wednesday night. LIVE OAK AND MADISON, FLORIDA
an arrangement of pink gladioli Johnson. Mill Nelda Sue Land. Mr*. H. E. Oranberg was hostess .I the Alachua birth of a ton. September 20 MUses Beth Ann and Robin
In General Hospital. The
and white muma In an antique Miss Shirley! Herring. Miss Carol to the 14 members present. baby ha been named Thorn topper spent Sunday with Mr U. OO Cash For Either One.
green crystal container.In Ann Caatleberry Miss Bobbl and Mr*. Homer Hayes
Jason Kennon m. Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Party
the Florida room where the Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Loral Women Attend The maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited .
guests were seated fresh greenery Harvard Jr. Nicky Tsacrio Jr. Rev. and Mrs. P. C. Phillips
Mr and Mn. franklin E.
.hurricane lilies and white fragrant Mra. W. H. William Mr. and District MeetingGarden Johnson.are The paternal grandparents Thursday night and attended service Contact
lilies were used In profusion. Mn. W. Z. McLeod. Darrow Hel- Club member attend at Suwannee Station
Present were Miss Martha Land., Tendon Jr., Lee Harvard. Billy ing the District Three School for are Mr. and Mra. ThomasJason Churth.Mr. M. B. KENT, Mariannaor
Kennon 8r.
all of this
,Sob RuUedge. Mra. Drew Land.'" William Biny Mill and John Junior Gardeners In Tallahassee city and Mr. B. F. Hayes and
,Mr. and Mra. O. H. Rutledge. Mr.1 Hatten of Oulfport. Mia Wednesday September 22 were: :' Mr. and Mn. L. P. Former were B. W. llelvenslon &: Sons, Uv. Oak
Mrs. M. H. Hlngson. local club Jones. Mn. M B. Reid. Mrs. Wsr- dinner guests of Mr and Mn.
s i president Mra. George Allen. ren Nobles and Mn Robert Can. Arnold Hayes In Cross City Broadu Willoughby, Realtor, Madison
:: Mrs. H. H. Hair ST.. Mr*. Jack I non. Thursday..



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.i Forgive Ourselves: Peter sin Green Clover MI Club I Win Trophy I Card Of ThanksWe Norm Protsman Cited
ned In denying the Lord then would like to thank our
Tu'csclayThe ServiceNorm
:21'he said, Elects Officers For Public
wept bitterlY. In John friends for the flowers, food', .
Pastor's Corner "I BO fishing," Peter thought for Oreen Clover 4-H Clubmet cards, visits and prayers, and the Protsman. owner of Radio
himself "I'm washed out," That Tuesday In the Agriculture doctors and nurses at the Suwannee Station WNER was presentedwith
lame chapter finds Jesus asking Building at 3 p.m. County Hospital who were so a plaque for public service:
Peter three time, "Do you love Elaine Evans was elected president helpful during the Illness and at by Rev Charlie Webb pastor of
didn't Sheryl Kent, vice president, the First" Baptist Church at the
WM. V. (Bill) PIERCE me? Why? Christ say ; the death of our mother.
"Will you deny me again" He Joan Chauncey secretary; Sue' We would also like to thank Rotary Club meeting Monday.
Minister, Live Oak Church of Chrlst"Forgiveness" had forgiven Peter And the lesson Hampton, reporter; Marilyn Vice, the Rev Olen Sumner and the Protsman received the award
already used !In Luke 7 says council delegate; Debbie Touch-' Rev. Bill Stewart for their for broadcasting the Baptist Hour
'Forgive much, loves much" ton, song leader: and Denise thoughtful services. over a period of 15 years.
: Man's principal barriers and obstacles hindering Peter, do you really know for. Kllebrew, recreation leader. The Family of
need Is forgiveness from Ood, friendship. It Is a restoration gtvenesa? If you do you will love Members who will exhibit itemsIn Mute King
from others, from himself. When When Ood forgives He foigcts me. Then "Feed my sheep LIS- the Suwannee County Fair USEFUCO ,
church leaders must know at this timeHrannan'ri ,
TEN registered
sins and Iniquities are remembered were
Jesus forgave the palsied man as Our
forgiveness before they lead. CArd Of ThanksWe
healing (Matt g) He was not tryIng no moie The most
to embarrass him but to show wonderful priceless thing on earthIs Chure trouble today Is not causedby wish to thank Dr. Dietrich: ,I
forgiven people but people Reunion the nursing staff technicians, and
this is what all men need the forgiveness
watching religious leaders and the Accept it. How Incongruous to who sense no need of forgiveness. The annual Brannan Family -&o "c everyone for their thoughtfulness Brand
sick man. A cancer cure is not avoid and fight what we need Forgive Others: We are to love Reunion will be held Sunday, October ; cards flowers, visits and praye",
what men need this only prolongs most! In Luke 30-fiO.: Is the en- our neighbors as ourselves We ,.3. at the Recreation Centerin during the Illness of our mother,
life. The ONE problem la counter of Jesus with the sinful cannot forgive others until we Live Oak. All friends and relatives Mrs. Verdie Barnett. InsecticideFOR
Bin Man must be forgiven and woman at Simons house Jesus forgive ourselves. Man forgiven of the family are invited to AlIT The family of
forgive Christ is the only man In taught those! forgiven most love must forgive In Matthew 18, attend, Verdie Barnett
the Bible claiming to forgive sin most. The woman accepted for Peter asked, "Seven times" Jesus '(Paid Notice) BEST RESULTSFunFoodRelaxation
Others healed, even raising the givens: Simon did not. This is said forgiveness' unlimited; that mothers, juvenile delinquency, Pvt. E-t lames D, Greene Jr., .
dead But Christ had power on why publicans and harlots entered 1& Is a condition not rule "seventy crime, drunkness, mixed-up marriages IOn of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.GreeneSr (Renew Your Subscription: )
earth to forgive sin the kingdom before Pharisees times seven." In this lame Mat- are sinful but Ood answer .
of Colonial St., 8 E graduated
In Luke IS, Christ had listeners they accepted forgiveness. thew It, he then told of the big Is not "slamming of the with rating of eaeelisntfrom *
in rapt attention as He describeda Security In salvation Is never appreciated debtor prodigal Would the father for- without the due peril of who then mistreated a trivial debtor simply make matters worse. Something the Wheeled Vehicle Mechanics
give? "But when he was a great sin One never appreciates TO Ood forgave us our sin Is wrong with our attitude Course on September II,
way off, his father saw him, and WHAT he has been saved who the w" hold grudges against others when sinners don't feel right In 1163 at Fort Jackson. S. ,C.
had compassion, and ran and fell falls to appreciate FROM WHAThe on trivial turning to the church for help. where lie Is an enlistee In the AT
on his neck, and kissed him" has been saved Man would Webster correctly defines for Read 1 Corinthians 11:11.: "And National Guard training
(Luke 15:20): earn, buy, build or swing on a giveness as "to forgive and for- are washed. We need Christian "Junior ", as he Is known to SANDY POINT FISH CAMP
In John 8, a woman caught in fish hook to get It but not accept aet.: "Grant pardon to a person: courtesy kindness, tenderheartedness his friends here, also has won atrophy
the act heard "Neither do I condem It, And this need Is dally. In to cease to feel resentment forgiveness among brethren
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thee; go, and sin no more." the model prayer Jesus teaches against" One does not forgive -our divisions and alienation AND RESTAURANTON
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In Luke 23:34: from the cross dally bread and daily forgiveness until he forgets ,This removes and criticisms should break our Proficiency
came this cry, "Father, forgive Yet. we fight It. We blame others skeleton closets. Some use this as hearts not our pride Our forgiveness Bn., 1st Tng. Brigade THE SANTA FE RIVER
them; for they know not what Including Ood, Christ, and the a "file system. I'll forgive you depends) upon our attitudeto He completed his baste training -
they do" Christ forgave church. Our pride says, "We can until you cross me again. Some forgive I at Fort Jackson and has (FINE FOOD, BOATS, CABINS)
God for Christ's sake forgives not return to the church; we are people have been beaten over the Beloved, it U so tragic to see recently been transferred to
us To forgive is to pardon to "put embarrassed Pride must be swallowed head for years with "forgiven grudges, hate .and bitterness Fort Bennlng. Ga. to finish
) behind the back," to remove all If forgiveness Is accepted. skeleton bones And among hus- where there could be forgiveness his six months enlistment trainIng The Fish Are Biting Good ;
bands and wives the problem Is and love Why ruin your lives because In the National Guard.Orflca So Come On Down .
I I the unwillingness to forgive Hus- of others Forgive, forgetIt II
I lands and wives say and do things and live peaceably, with God
to oneanother they would not yourself and others ( applies at McCrlmon's) :
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him, lest perhaps such an one I These are of the Eileenmere breeding. \
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done bUl Thursday by a vote ot Brotherhood Meet
Mt Olive Baptists 69 to 2:1.: supported the measure I Bcachvillc I
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which was approved In substantially -
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To Hold Revival the form In which our Committee Thursday) at First Presbyterian We had a good rain P. Medical Center. Gainesville
REPORT & I reported It The total amount Church. Supper will be which was appreciated as it afternoon. We are glad
recommended In Committee getting very dry. know that both are Improving
... 'h. \\t' I served at 7 p.m. under the direc-
was $3103 billion; this figure was tion of Mr. Ed Haywood. Our revival meeting will L. A Tidwell and Mrs. M. M.
By SrESSARD U HOLLAND t93 million less than the appropriation An Informative program has Monday night Oct. 11. and visited in Jacksonville
United States Senator. approved by the House. been planned following supper Sunday Oct. IT with ., and Mrs L. A. Tldwell
1167 million below the authorise and the business meeting, Ina and dinner at the has bren a patient In a hos
Controversial Farm Bill Passed Secretary Wlrti, squarely on the tlon bill and $268,47 million under Ernie Sellers president, encourages The Her. T. B. Warren of there returned home with
_ The farm bill passed the Sen Administration and I feel that I the budget request The Senate men of all churches to Oak will be the evangelist. .
ate last week containing some this Justifies hope for a much adopted an amendment parIng attend. Elected to serve with Mr. vice will begin each night L. A, and W H Tldwell were
provisions but others which' Improved handling of the problem the measure an additional 150 Sellers were Rev. Clare Parker as 7:SO and Sunday at II visitors In St. Petersburg
I food not support. The wheat, in the future. million but defeated several other vice president and Mr Ellsworth The pastor Rev P E. Day .",
teed grain and cotton features I --- i amendments calling for further Carroll as secretary-treasurer. the church Invites all to Rev Marvin Odom filled his
are all too expensive my opinion Highway Beautlflcatlon Bill reductions To sum up the amount and worship with us. at the Mlkesville
and will make the whole program Another Interesting bill which we i finally agreed upon $3.143 Mr. and Mrs. Otis Odom I Christian Church Sun
cost much more than In the II passed last week was the so-cslled billion represents a gross reduction Card Of Thank!* the misfortune to lOll their tht'U. ,.
pasL Beside the high cost of the Highway Beautification bill which of the Administration request We appreciate the prayers, and contents by fire hut '' O. D. Beach was a business
bill. I particularly opposed its applies to both the Interstate : by nearly. $3163 million. I kindnesses and encouragement No one was at home at the in High Springs and
bringing the direct production system and the primary system am a member of the conference glen to us during the birth of our and It Is not known how the Thursday
ajnnent or compensatory pay but I thought it was completelywrong _1___ committee which will work with premature baby girl. We would started Bobby Koon. a student at the
ment feature into the cotton pro- to make It apply In com REV. B.\XLlt' I House conferees to resolve differences especially like to thank the Su- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Odom City Junior College visited
gram. In my opinion this feature pulaory fashion to the 225.000 A revival win be held at the In the bill. The majority wannee County Hospital person Iced Mr. and Mrs. Jennings and Mrs Luther Adklns Sun
changes the program to make It miles of primary highways which ML: Olive Baptist Church beginning opinion here Is that we must con nel and Dr. Hugo Sotolongo for Ung of Drooker Thursday, .
largely a social welfare or dole have long been building on 50-50 this Sunday through Sunday tinue. In this present stormy their skills and untiring efforts Mrs. Hots Spooner and T. P each. Mrs O. C Cannon.
program and unacceptable to basis and which are subject to Oct. 10. Evening services begin world, a foreign aid program In caring for our daughter after ter Olnger were guests of O. D. Beach and Mrs. San-.
many' farm people. Aside from maintenance and reconstruction with singing 7:30 p.m. though reducing it as f sst as pos six weeks of constant excellent and Mrs Luther Adklns last Beach were business visitors!
that, the cotton program will en- I at state cost and also to complete The Rev. Eugene Baxley, pastor sible. I am glad to report that the care Kimberly Ann came home end. High Springs Friday afternoon.
tinge Increased plantings of up state control. As pasaed. the bill of Glendale Baptist Church In $4.136.000 provided to the public weighing 4 IbI,. one ounce. Mr. and Mrs O. D. Deach Rev, P. & Day will be Lire
50 per cent of the highly proactive gives to the Secretary of Com Vero Beach, will be the guest schools of Dade County to help Mr. and Mrs L. Arthur Mrs Sanford Beach tatted for his regular appoint.
Irrigated acreage In the merce veto power In connection evangelist Rev, Baxley ls a graduate care for the children of Cuban Lawrence Jr Beach In the Alachua .. Visitors are cordially In-
est which: will be a further blow with the advertising and other I' of the Baptist Bible Institute I refugees remained In the bill Paid Notice Hospital and Dill Bartley In I .
cotton producers in the south. signs that are to be used on the I' and the New Orleans Baptist
am one of the Senate confereeswho primary system which affects so Seminary

win DOW try to work out the vitally the people of an the states Homecoming and dinner on the It's 1966. Rise with Dodge. Get with the swinging cars of the !
many differences between the It la along this system that literally ground will be held October 10 at up year
Senate bill and the earller-pueed thousands of motels, restaurants Mt. OUn.m1lnUOD.
House measure. service stations and other
During the debate on the farm businesses are located at an In.
Law Following several -
bill we had quite a fight on the vestment of many billions of dollars days of debate the Senate
Committee amendment which Ibad and these roads also pass paved on Thursday a bill amending ?@ oo P rn DOD @ ffi 0 H@OO
placed in the bill, which near thousands of small towns the Immigration and Nationality I
would have transferred from the and Y1l1&Irahole places of Act. The vote was 76 to 1$.
Secretary of Labor to the Secretory business require some advertisingon Although there were a number or!

'making of findings Agriculture as to the the duty number of of these the hlahwa Secretary,.. The of veto Commreeta power appealing I voted features against In the final legislation passage Why wait when your lear is hen?The par to snip tired old ties, to Every one backed by I S-year or 5OImmile warranty* Every one

The to yourself with with these features that used to cost extra but now come standard;
and time of need of harvest laborers enforceable' through cancella- through conviction that thrill break old buying habits. yin really express
required by the various agricultural tion of 10 per cent of any state's were more than offset by Its undesirable the '66 swingers from Dodge Different noting tin for people with Outside mirror Padded dash. Variable.speed electric windshield
industries particularlythose participation In Federal" Highwayaid aspects Among my different noting tastes tally 'round Dodge for 'W. Dirt Coronet, wipers and washers. Backup lights Turn signals Seat bolts two front

fruit producing vegetable highlyperishable and berry- does funds not fully In the cooperate.event the This states is I principal increasing objections the waa total the number provision Potin. Monaco cars mad to help you kick the dull driving habit end.!!. two rear. And lots more with Dodge .the beautiful Rebellion on

crops. The Senate rote on this Just another evidence of the trend of immigrants by an admitted There" an lots of Dodges for you to hang your personal I rebellion on. wheel Stir up your spirit and march to headquarters.
matter was a tie 4S to 45 toward compulsory federal control 60.000 annually I suspect
which was broken by the vote of and away from state local that the Increased admission will
Vice President Humphrey who and Individual rights and respon run. In fact even higher than Stamp out cramped
voted against my proposaL This sibilities. that, and with our present high compacts;
puts the responsibility of the fsrmjabor rate of domestic unemployment
program. BOW handled by Senate Votes Changes In Im- this Is mol economically sound "SO Dodga Dart Still talking about _.'
I also oppose the policy of opening squeezed compacts when you'd rather do /zfd'lIt
I the door equally wide to those
from all countries Including Asia something. about them Put your money where
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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF I $1825; inferior $1150-$15. Feeder pigs: U.S. No 2. 3 and Wilbur Kazan. Wellborn T. E. McCall Lake City
I THE Hogs totaled 589.\ up from,14-1 medium under 75 Ibs, $2175-$28, Subscriptions I Theron Baas, L. O Mrs W. H Ezell, Jacksonville ,
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Valley Mixed grades barrows and gilts 60-527.60: few U.s. No.3. $18.75- t Miss Bobbi Davis, Tallahassee Spring, Colo. 1
sold as follows: 180-210 Ibs, $23.- I $2175.: U.S. No. 2 110-140lbs. below are new subset'iptlon SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED Harry Grant, Ocala
Trading was moderately active cow-calf pairs. $12-$1475 79; 210-240 Ibs, $23.80; 240-270 $2475-$2650; cull under 75 Ibs, and subscriptions renewedto O C. Bethea. Rt., L. O Mrs. R; W. Rex, Rt.. L. O.
and demand fair to good at the Calves 250-500 Ibs: few prime, Ibs, $2330; 160-180 Ibs, $2J: 0: $17-$20.23. the Suwannee Democrat from Lee Baas, Rt., L. O Mrs. S. A. Williams, L. O.
Suwannee Valley Livestock Market $24.25-$25.; Choice, $2150-$24: 140-160 Ibs, $2305; 120-140 Ibs. September 17 to September 24. Lester Howell Rt., L. O. Curtis W. McCulIers. Rt., L. O
for the week ending last Wed- heifers $18-$2025.; good $19-$23; $2210; 100-120 Ibs. $2210; 80- Florida has 67 counties, 54252 NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSHarvey Mrs Dennis L. Williams, Nashville Paul Johns. Rt. L. O
nesday. A total of 398 cattle were heifers $17-$20( : standard, $15- 100 lbs? $2205 square miles of area, and the A. Bates, L. O Term Mrs. Morgan Miller L. O.
sold, compared with 392 the previous $20; utility, $14-$16 Most sows 180-240 Ibs, $21.50; population is now approximately Mrs. Leon Godwin, Louisville, C. W. Robert HarrelL Tampa Mrs Lynn Johnson, Rt., L. o
week.Slaughter. Calves 100-250 IDS: standard 240-600 lbs.. $1875-$2025; boars 5.850.000. Ky. Bore Kitchens. L. O L. F. Williams Rt, L. O ,.
cows were weak to i$I ,
lower, bulls steady and $1 higher .. . .. . ... .. .. . . .... .. . . . . . . ... . . . . !
In spots. Slaughter classes ---
-- --- -
were few both weeks.Feederstocker .

fully $I lower steers heifers were weak weakto to

$2 lower. Cows and calves were ------GOODfiE4R .
uneven averaging: about steady
Nearly 80 per cent of the supply J I'72
was cleared to feeder-stocker accounts .
while a slightly over half.
of the total was calves.
Several overfilled cattle were
f $1 lower than these quotations.
Slaughter cattle sold as follows:
Steers: one standard, $1873; -
few utility, $1475-$1550: one
canner, $10.75.Heifers HR.TRUCK AND
: one standard, $16.73:
few utility $13-$1425
Cows: utility, $14-$15.50; cutter -
$11-$14; canner $7-$11.
Bulls: few commercial, $18.25-
$18.50; utility $14.50-$18: cutter,

$13-$1475 Calves: good: canner and choice$875-114.25$17.50- FARM

$20: one high-utility, $16. TIRE DEALS

follows Feeder-stocker: cattle sold as

Steers: good and low-choice, .
$19-$22; standard, $$16-$18: THURSDAY 4
utility, $13.110$13.23.HeUers SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, OCT. 1-2
: standard and low-good, w .
$1325-$18; utility $10-$1325 1
Cows: standard and good $11- 'j=
$J4023; utility, $9-$1260; Inferior -
\ $9-$10; utility and standardBULLDOGS


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30 and Bass took the right side ''I, -
line for a 70-yard tallY. Harris Contains superollcsge Tufsyn! ,Goodyear's prices starting at under
added the extra point and Live
Oak led 130. .. Famous rubber top-milesgs treed et durable ntafntoodyesf.1IIpII'rubber! ,TuhynBrtrsUsctlon
!yt Live Oak was penalized five on ffi design a tend for $ I
", the first play and Johnson ran 2$2995 e Proved In mltlloni of snow,slush/,mud and 0 0
over right guard for nine yards .. w miles of hard-drlvlnc/ rough rods 20
and a first Kinard added another f service e rubs strinftfe fromtripletempwed v
e TwiMned with triple-
first with an 11 yard run around 3-T
right end. From the Live Oak 33 _...",. tempered 3-T IfrlM cord MyloaconL
,ii I, Johnson ran right end for one, 6.00x16 tube-type 6 PR 6.00 x 16 tube-typo 6 PR

7;\ Ragans ran passed right end Incomplete for five, Williams and- ( .J plus tax and 2 recappable tires plus tax and recappable tire

/ Ragans ran the keeper to the left Bargains for all sizes of
Trucks Get set for
\ for 19 yards to the Live Oak eight. Fall Howl
From the eight Live Oak was
again penalized five yards for off \ y
j sides and Ragans ran over right
\\r I tackle from three yards out for : jJ
the TD and the More stood 11-6
I after Ragans' PAT pass to Walk
,' er was IncompleteMadison .
1 was penalized IS yards
d7'' for clipping on the kickoff and
Live Oak took over on the Madison
40 Bass ran to the left for
seven yards and to the right for
another one before Bodwoln added
a first down with a 12 yard Jaunt

I t- up around one left over end.center Blsphem Bowdoin picked got : : FREE FREEI FREE !

\ six around right end, passed to
'I Bass for no gain and Bass lost ft ;
( I five around right end to give J CARVEL-HALL TIRE MOUNTING 20 SETS OF MEN'S AND LADIES'
Madison the ball on their 24 :yard : t

I t, Kinard ran to the right for'one, ,-t to be given away to Grand Prize Drawing. tOO NhMbto Uao.). Ubrarle
Ragans ran the keeper to the the first six tire A rational contest wB&, Offer void where reguUtaO
I right for seven and Williams customers to come 924 valuable prim. Get In On The Grand
i picked up the first with a four in each day. Just come In and ,.&IItef'. Prize Drawing Nowl!
I yard gain over tackle WilliamsI'

f I end gained the five third over quarter right, tackle to NO OBLIGATION NOTHING TO BUY 72 HOURS ONLY

Fourth QuarterOn w :
I I j the second play from scrim ;
,, mage Kinard ran up the middle /
I for one and Ragans ran to the r 1
left for two: Williams again found
' running room to the right and
picked up nine yards and a first
down. Johnson lost one to the left
and Kinard ran over left tackle r'b.
for nine before Williams picked
I up a first with a two yard line
? Halfback Jack Schollea ran over

the right Live tackle Oak for 23 14 and yards Johnson to FARM TIRES FOR ALL OF YOUR WHEEL NEEDS !

added three to the right Ragani

threw Scholles two lost Incomplete three over passe left tackleto and SPECIAL TRIPLE-RIB FRONTS 3-T NYLON FARM SERVICE TIRES i

give Live Oak the ball on tr-ir ,
23. .Bftttf toUtk
Live Oak was penalized five i
sera cttsninc
yards for delay and Bowdoin [a Ire wide bur .D fcM4fat
passed Incomplete but Madison .M Nylon cwd2for J01III"lS 55 OFF
was penalized. On the 15 first yard play for Interference Bow 2 for $20 :: ;': rat abet 25 i

doin ran the keeper to the right 22 ewsrtrttd i
for four yards and Baas pickedup 150x18size" .3T l0jkwrlk4y." ==-
three to the left. Blspham add- 1.00 11slzt: .
ed another. Live Oak was again sun
J I'" penalized five yards for off sides prices for tube.type 4 PR plus tax and 2 trade-In tires
" Bass lost 16 yards on a bad snap
'I 1
r" .'; from Madison center bad on the fourth ball on down'the Live and NO MONEY DOWN FREE MOUNTING! EASY TERMS !

,,: Oak 20Johnson. .
;: ran over right guard
" 'til for one, Klnard ran for seven
I" twice to the Live Oak five yard
line. William ran over center f
\ for no gala and Ragan passed to ,
Walked. for the TD but Madison ..
f d holding was again Johnson penalised! ran 19 to yards the left for -.-'-;',,- .-. -.1._. .. . . . . . . . . . . . '_._._._t_._. _._." I_'.'.'.'.'_' ',' . . '_ '-!...' .

, for no gain. Ragans passed to
Walker Incomplete and had his
next pass Intercepted but Live
\a Oak waa penalised 19 yards for

, vi' Interference.With first and goal from the AND SINCLAIR

Live Oak 10 yard line Yarbroughran GILL TIRE CO.
1 't to the right for five and Ra J.r t SERVICE CENTER
rant had a paw blocked by Wayne
Chaney. Ragan' next PASS to
Walker wu also Incomplete andII" a WEST
1 the whistle blew Live Oak II, PHONE 362-1972

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