Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00304
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 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: UF00028422:00304
 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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Try Lire Oak I'IEMOCItAi f HJSlvHL Home Of

Merchants SuNNEE

first Florida Hoys Ranch Sheriffs



OTHINKING Seven New Elks 3 Men Arrested In Polk

I ...... .. ,., County

Qjp ouTLOUD ,

With Louie C. WadswerUi Charged Here In Safe Job

Thl and that.

Almost daily I am wed whaM t -
the ttttu of bond for tchooU it F Being Held For

In Suwannee County for there Fuqua Announces
appear to be many who agree that.
the most urgent and pre sstn( Bottling Plant
problem facing the resident of Post Office Bids

Suwannee County la solution of a
dirt need for better school facili Robbery Sept. 25
tie*. ForVcllborn Site'

Parent might be amazed and iu r Three men are being heldIn
In some ease shocked were theyto Congreswnsn Don Puqua! an- the Suwannee County jailIn
flounced this week the Post Office I
take the time to visit the class.
connection with gafe
Department la a
advertising on October ,
room in wvilch their children
av"'y 12 to solicit bide for the new crucklnjr Job at tho Coca-Co.
DOW spend a major part of each "
tP. Wellborn Pat Office la Holding Company Saturday
day Then a visit to other facili' )
W C, real night
tie provided would serve only to Pope estate officer September 25.
emphasize the need for improve Pout Office Department P O According to Sheriff Duke Me-
_nt. Box //Jackjonvllle.. will\ rereive ICalllster, the trio charged with
the bid*. The bid will be breaking and entering, ws arrested <
opened on November 12 In Jack In Polk County last Tuesday .
We are most fortunate In this
onvllle night. September 21. and
county that despite the inadequate The desired location It one subsequently brought to Live Oak,

facilities we continue to dock north of the railroad, three Charles Simmons. 31, William

bold many and attract other !, block west of the present tile. rtOYU T. CHRISTIAN It Copcland, 2.. and Kenneth R.
dedicated teacher Into the faculties .
w, or four blocks east of present site MrPhersnn. 3e, white men were
of this county and three bock south of the rail. Christian arrested In Polk County after
I think in an the yean I have road. Begins
'- they had been spotted In a car
followed school and community
affairs, have the moat qualified Seven men were Initiated late the Oak Ledge 1UI .f the Benevolent and Protective Order '., Interior pace will be 1200 which wu seen In the Live Oak
we square feet, platform area' of 108 As State SchoolSuperintendent area' about the time of the crime
teaching staff In the county Elk Tuesday SrwteMker 5$. Reeled fen to right are Dune 11a.eIIa"'"* lahmwn Jr. and Dr.WlUard .
today that we have ever had.There Ka.... Standing left to rlcht are Jerry H.......*. Edward Hewed. J.,. A.lcka. and HermanVtelrh. square eel, and parking andmaneuvering The rifled safe was discovered
area of 600 squarefeel. by Deputy Marvin Phillip earlyIn
are more young teacher In (Deaserrat>> Staff .....) Lease will be five yearr with t the morning on September :3 r.,
the system than normal and three five-year renewal A lock wa broken on a chain link
coupled with the fine elders in L P. Btansel. Wellborn pout Florida new superintendent fence outside the bottling plant
education we retain from year to Ctatlemen Meet Evaluation Center Report Set matter MM Wednesday that the of public Instruction U 50-year and entrance to the building was

year, this mingling of youth and Set For Tuesday I bid must be made on a privately old Floyd T Christian who servedor Mined without force,

ace ha resulted In a fine corps I......* c.-., CatUe- Suwannee Growers To AttendS owned building, built or renovated the past IT year aa superintendent The outer door of the safe was
of teacher __'. AwwUtUn will weed Urged &o Post Office Departmentpeer of Plnella County forcibly removed and the lock
There are tome who contend Toe..ay at the AcrieeJtoral fication Christian a life-long schoolman Ink mechanism had been knockMl -

good teacher can teach regard and c.I...... wish a free barfceeoe sine Field At took _office October 1 and out. About 14(1(1 wu round
Is true Day
lea of facilities. This UniversitySwine
took the formal oath 01 omcei missing
beginning at 7 M
supper : pm.
w* have many teacher In our CatUeoien and tbelr wives 5 Per Cent Arc on Monday He was named to the When arrested, the men were
system who would do a good Job to attend arerged producers in Suwtnne County are urged to lop school poet by Governor Hay charged by Polk County officials

were ,they given only a group of Charles Heave, precMent., .according to attend the annual Swine Field Day at the University tit Fatal Accidents don Hums, to succeed Thomas D with vagrancy and possession of

children a reader and a shade Jack .... pepsin enter Florida tomorrow (Friday), County Agent Paul CrtMri Bailey who retired for health. and burglarly tools, Bherttf McCa'lls-
bu.lneu let taUt the tools In their **
laid this week reasons pome
tree.But later tram rats dt- will beta tight killed
persons were In
to ask this type of dedlea* The Mat. school chief ls Ion correspond with those used
tt..me category charge ef the pragraoi. Transportation to the event I U available, and willReceive four fatal traffic accidents in Bu- new ,
lion fan Into the Uth superintendent of pubUe on the sate In the bottling>\pl.nl
leave the Agricultural ornce wannee County tn the tint ale l
wish to deny
a* asking those who Building at 1 ..... and return month of l.... according to a r*. Instruteton tot Florida here
for chll I 1 maid that sUmUnary
our McCalUster
the finest facilities Corn Contest AteanlsXeevfa. about a pmInchMted lease by the alas Department .f, Christian.. elected' Plncllas" a pf
drea to go back to the aback and __ tn tho program will PubUe B.It" A total of 4t pe.. County superintendent of putolle hearing will be aH sometime
with A week baton County Judgenee.
went n*
, outdoor facJtU.ba' instruction In tame year
. bo a report on mat Swine .v.dua-, Ions here veto Injured In ttM e Brown.Itattcoclt.
ttscbrrwcbooi era. the man he succeed Tom Itaitay,
The> cm .
floss Center to save Ook at 10:JOajn. .
,-r ant of tbe. totaf ;I won elites a* elate superintendent. .
h*, The Field Day te sponsored acctdents ,
eoaimlUeo.. ha now' made reported In SuwamCounty He wee re-elected _IM|
by Lea OF Agrlcultaral citenslon: vy ; Is Director
.... *
and item In !
eonduet a drive for from ,
sears plana to Bervlce ta eooperation with the January to June
, &he amts awedtd en P -** nI r animal science department of the 'HI..,. fatal. In IMT. when the. county reeelvetf ')/ State Association
ecbool board to call the University The unsafe death rate, which' authorisation to appoint]
I lit the //a school chief, he became the j Lamar ItjIMIMlk.. HMlkr ./
This eampeJgn Other attraction will Includea the number of death
bond election. M ; first appointed. superintendent In Ike MsiwaiuMO Cimmtr Beard .*
bo 'concluded' this month tl! tour. of the swine facility at PIT 100 million vehicle mildlrveled *
should .
Florida. lie wa lesppolnted In r teeny r...-.l.n.vs. ... elected
and tadle Uoni are school offM- tbe University, meeting of the I wa Its In this aunty, lids and again In I Ml. a ."-.... W Iko .....
will toe no time in tapnentlnt *- Sate Swine Association, recommendation weN above the statewide rate 0'U.
ate The school intern be headed In AM UlMi. ef Ceonlr C mmlmtttmrn -
procedure to eU the on iwlne business PtnellM County wi named In but week at the annulatwwUlUa
vote at the earliest possible date record and a panel disrusckm of AD of the fatal accident v MO by the American AMurlallon ...u... In MiamiKeennee

bog marketing problem. curved' In rural ores. of School Administrators. and the Ceonly r "m..U
' Another ueuon being asked Extension &r! Ie. Director M o o National flchool! Itourd AtMIC'l. ers ....,. II. Relapses ad

is what happened to our uggea- O WsUIn aaM. -W5 are making ; Pierce Resigns lion a* one of the 20 outstanding' ('..... |Um,krle* alms altetidMltbe
Uon that a wet-dry election beheld J rapid U1de* hi wr effort to leap i' systems In the nation Meet.

In the county pare with new development tn'' Christian served a* president of Al This pews .*.U... IkeUriee.1
Bamnton County to now tn the twine here In Florida Thl Yk14I I I, From linishJ'I! the Florida AMorlallon of County ,In lk. .-la.....'* ..I..
, proceea of teeurtng the earns Day *n help yew with. your problew I I!I RuperlnteiKlente In IN4 and Seri l.l elfleUto. and g Mlebsrd

. needed to ail such an election U a twine prmlueer or a* an I William V. i mini I Pleree has r*. aa president of the Florida F overthere. Industry rapreeeeniattee serving ,timed a* full-time minister. of the cation Association In IIM That speak. ....,...... AlUmey General .
I am told that those who favor" I the swine Industry :Live Oak Church of Christ. Pierre I tame year, Governor Collins tail rslr Mk. alas ('_oIrcllrr .
such a movenentiaere" feel It only s I said this week that be will remainIn named him a member" of Die Florida lld O ""... Pk.I"alr.a. -.

fair to circulate school petition I Live Oak, Educational) Television Comaibslon sad need tint and get that out of &M way I Auards Presented "We are saying In Kuwannee 1 and In INI Oomnnrfiurnt ....... TreMerer ",." .r4 WitH .
M no confusion could polWyexist. County because of the wonderful named him a. one of the _. AcvleeltertJ. r.........
1 people who have given me their first appointee to the newlt.orgsnlaed ). a-n... IHf *. Dr. M. O Wai
That tate. tow says no wet-dry To Top FFA :full eoopnattun and made our Hoard of Itetent ...... and .!*!. .e'"- fear!

vote can be held within eo day stay here enfoyable.. Pierce said He I* a graduate of the Uni (kUf ........ ('......q Tkwmgbwewaited .

of a postal or .peeUl election. fRee. sUIIGNft lags II ,.... (1IHIITIAM. Page It lit

Voter of Florida win go to the r...... ., Ward Fertlltaee C3ew I* prewnllogto MallowS Corn Growers r

poll on November amendment X an a special vote eber a .bbs lisa, eewtee, sad A..... BttOsM fee wtautMtg the Five member Of the Future "',..r Town rind Country Motors llulhllng/ I

constitutional on the exertion Irrigated and nMMrrlgated. Corn Contest se...eyed .. tke area Farmer of America received tub

Thus M and election petal isle of liquor by Ward. Fertiliser ('.. De-n-ral van abate. award for corn growing at In*
.f legal
here can be held before January Branford Area Men' Club ...... I
I ana Monday night The suede
2 at the earliest.
Walton County .f which At Commissioners Meeting were made by Ward FvrtilJ-r

Funiak Boring* to the county' 0.-// Company of Drtnford

voted wet this year and It to Fuco Chemical Company Awarded abet prte of |M went .. Allan .

I, predicted that Hamilton County MfCt.Il who produced an ave
win do likewise when their vote rate of MI bushel per acre on a
totalledtrader. County Diesel, Gasoline five acre plot In the non-brlgal
ed division

of this cotomt well Fiwo Chemical Company war awarded the county, John Hats. won first prtie In
knew that I ptoee these two mat contract for diwel oil and gasoline at the meting of the the Irrigated divisionso. wtib .

m m the f.ntrwnt.t this coon Board of County Commlwioneni) Tuesday. .'uro', bids, an average of 1414 bushel par

Ire problem saw need solving determined lowest and beet were 11 cents per gallon for acre on five erne I

tat way or the other to plan for .An_AM gallops of diesel oil and 12.4 cenU per gallon for Other winner Included Bob

the fwtwe tea be better develop- M.OOO gaOont of gaMtme Quota -- McDowell. I17JO; KfonethOtenn. ,-

.**. tar do not mcbsde us.llranch Aanerlcan Oil Company was 11210; and 0." fknofteld. -'
_____ r-
....... the contract for the IIS I
nee major prt4 fa*** the ...M year for evttoek asphalt The earn growing was under -,-}< -" -
City ., u.. Oak today to the Social Security at IJtTt per ga..> ... the PTA program at Branford .

need. for addfctonol street and. Of/Iff Deillcatlon Set I miaMi. and Baker MbmtUeJ School with If. W Suggs. chai Townnd (! Motors Has
of -menlrtrerte Youth llflferI'romoteit Shale ountry )
IM horrible condition ter advisor. evpfrtsing Butts
TW NrMl ........ .* Oarial the only bids for crushed reek I
Many ., our Mane are lsoeh a-rwllr .,.. I IIM per ton net and .nclafted .- aid at the meeting that be hoped Uy JayceesIUU.

Ml wearing awt and some appear tot ........ sad (slo..bta I! rrtenlng*. II per ton fret. mere win participate M future lira sad puss wM go eon Anniversary In New Building
_"d. tbe. state farther re- h fears u the com growing project .
c.N ... W held Xey fob at the unoatwBMt aale h* Uve Oak MUa .... sad
Gateway bid for rotor oil wa not will be M aMitteJ event Town irvl Country Motor* In U.. Oak had a now
ererbns .I U a. a. si tie I I ae UM J.,_ W>gle) a oreJMt
we shoaleadder M anweraf ...t Ceotak* Otf.MMjte drterwdnrd at the time of this Kenr-tth Olenn war rwcoc...* .. prates. .rt*. ....*? fr the car showingof Chryslers. 11/mouthe. Dotlfee and Dodge
rod sad atreet that pan 1a.1d Wfinanced i* >-5 .. MCar* vrttinc.' according to (Sort La tel a* the Skit FFA gnrmber' to Teeth' ....,.. .fc4 the truck for lUll lat week In their/ new building across
and county bnuate a Mybrsn protect own
the borrowing. from theMcondary |y. field egrwm/ww. Taochn Beadon. office, C...., Vile North Ohio Avenue from the old location.
fc* of the C+eerse as D. K. 1116II> In further ........ the countyIXnrin evped* to harvest m late October A d.sltss el I* wa ree.e Town and CountrY eelebratre their., anniv.raary' this
road rend eotwTnat '.
M...... all be fealords ..,...... I* deed the or early feoerb.rt ccnuuang. fit ... dear ...........,.. ..ek, bavtn nd for ........ ,- -------.--

tJ. .... lie toarCet. eat IW ev4. pbfl detprtM CbsMMWHf Cmterto New pal ..... fl sad II 5.5r.esWandsb.4.fishd .... vnt h showroom with ..r.
attrnttaei paid I. day
Octet on
1 L.. !In the PhuadetpMaCcsaaaqruty ,..,.
The n mi C. trwteee flow and UM square feet
tarn to certain.The I w4 at .... Mei<"C reV. after a reejrsevt 'kr aeVIegatMW To May 'M prod./s ..,,. -. Tort tbey seat lh tf filet
-need freea the eosa- I ... ke .... MMHlsy tkr..fhfrUsr. I I from that are*. TbeCrater in Julncy Friday" $.#.. ..... ........ ...... who own tbedvantnfe ...pftoM WOO square ,..,. and
major I ':M .... te .:M ..... bad tae'.losedy b-... deed EdooHf lioeL ..+heewn to portmmhtp with office race and port aces 1100
.MDttyflee Undpolnt need for a*renewed The ...." wR .*....... *. I ... la the eoontyWyman The ....... Bitflaog travel ... 're>M ebb Al Ian MsDnaW. said that they equate fet

new. II today to a the ........ Seesaw. G o>4y sowa. I Oortantf rant |ort l. Qvtnry for their fowl* grid era, ewe k-.. *e beds plate sold }tt auto during the tM Two entrance on Ohio and
Interest to of CUM HIM lie. .. M Wi..sdfl .....tabe I I ter, prwrnted. Ida aamal report MM *T the IMA ore... 'They ., aeppeA iron W ...... II ear yes wh-h ended Irk. week )U aton An.. allow driver to

county Chamber.. tbe oew-n eredttIfco lbe pnft b.me4 2.arilL : .. the Beord.ii lost to MaMlennr bet west *-.. >-.a..*e c..., to rafae eode The MTV bedevil. completed circle the M and view Ibe IMauto
It to not TWOUDtO. .... .) .. cmonsnaxtMM. rage it Beo Mary on pees /. tot lbe po.wie11rew' about M day sea feature a and Md car en dJtplalP



Ottux About II FLORIDA'S I

This It Happened In

That And Farm Suwannee County, Florida


They're Not Labor UnionsNow Negro Mlnltter't AdviceIt 1915- 1940-1955

that the National Education Association remained for a Negro minister Dr. JosepH Doyle E.

investigating teams have visited several metropolitan Jackson, president of the National Baptist Con ConnerThousands I
Taken From The Filet Of
areas of the state in search of evidence that vention, U.S.A., Inc. recently convening in Jacksonville

Florida schools are controlled by politics the statusof to make the most sensible comment to< of German Citizens THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ....... ,
those special crews of eager beaver snoopers is date on the recent disgraceful rioting and lootlni were treated to samples of chilled -
far from clear.If in Los Angeles Florida orange juice last week at I I
the International Fair in 1 1C to in the public ent amount of to
Anuga en away pupil money furnish
they return an unfavorable report, and it In a nut shell, Dr. Jackson said that povert 1915The
C Cologne, Germany schools. They will admit the children about two month supply re-
be assumed that they will, how binding will and unemployment in the Negro shoul
The project was part of a new cornerstone of the post office a* often* they wish all day. main
that report be? not be used as excuses for destroying the opportunities ., marketing experiment conducted building for which the government
If the NEA directs that sanctions be imposedas gained since the Supreme Court decision by the U. S. Department of Agriculture appropriated $67500 was The Live Oak Citizens Bank County Registration Supervise
it did in Oklahoma which includes blacklist- of 1954. He added that the church should taki with the cooperation of laid Saturday with Masonic ceremonies moved into its new home Saturday D. A. Bonnell a member of th

ing the state by urging teachers to refuse contractsin its place and assume its responsibilities for th the Florida Canners Association. from the Monday morning in one of the this week that the ',
any Florida school system under what auth- success in the civil rights movement. Nathan P. Bryan spoke count,
"In steps of the court house to a large finest bank structure in the state registration book and other figure -
ority can such a step be taken. recent crises, which have resulted ir I
On September 7, researchers gathering from Suwannee and Mr. J. H. Dowllng hat received would give an initial draft
As this newspaper sees it, the problem bolls bombings and race riots, some sociologists ant I
Research / the list of 1,709 white
Agricultural males
with the surrounding counties. Congressman numerous compliments on and 1090
down to the actual status of the NEA and its state politicians have hastened to give a reason," Dr Service loaded an experimental Frank Clark, who was to building colored males after October It

affiliate the Florida Education Association. Jackson said in his address to the convention'I trailer van In Florida with nearly speak, was unable to be present .
Neither organization '- on the surface at closing session. "Their conclusions are that these I 12-thousand quart bottles of and wired his regrets. Gordon Clifton Nobles 22, was

least is set up as a labor union. Consequently, things were due to bad housing! unemployment,, orange juice. 1940An killed almost Instantly Monday
neither can legally represent all the teachers, or and poverty. The shipment was designed to Col. W. C, Van Hoy has openeda morning when the DeSoto sedan

even their memberships in wage and other disputes, "Of course we are against bad housing, un test innovations In refrigerated general merchandise tore in aggressive campaign to pile car he wa driving wa* hit by a
transport under actual Interna Wilmarth and ha a good stock of up a huge Democratic majority at large lumber truck heading
at least until their charters are changed and they employment, poverty, and all of the evils of human
tional-trade conditions, and to goods. the general election November Swat on the Lunvfle-Lancaster Road,
have won elections making them the legal repre- society that would negate the high values of mankind promote oversea markets for launched her Monday afternoon -

sentatives of the teachers of Florida. as children of God. But In the midst of these Florida orange juice. It demonstrated B. P. Granger died of tuberculosis by the Suwannee County T. T Scott. Live Oak banker
Such a step would also require at least prelim- dark areas of life If one looks closely enough, one that American food prod at his home In Vero, wherehe Democratic Executive Committee. informed Governor Fred P. Cone
inary negotiations with the school boards of each sees some blessings and some reasons for confidence ucts can be shipped overseas In had resided for the past three Meeting under Chairman O. L. that he had accepted apPOint.

Individual district or county, as the case may be, and hope," the Negro religious leader said. good condition, in minimum time,, yean, yesterday He was 28 years Dorman at the court house, the ment a* member of the State
before strike, slow down, sit down or blacklisting "The greatest tragedies/ in life do not come without spoilage or excessive old. committee adopted resolutions en- Board of Control. Mr. Scott was

actions are ordered.On from the evil forces in one's society, but they breakage. dorsing Roosevelt and named appointed Friday of last week to
The experimental van used was The question of bonding Su committeemen and women. succeed Charles p. Helfensteln
of the TaftHartleyAct come because man
that basis, provisions frequently refuses to make full
a refrigerated container on of publisher of
wannee County for the purpose the Democrat
would apply, Including the cooling off period use of the blessings given, or refuses to cultivatehis wheels It can be hauled by truck, "-,(Miner- ffrwl, rnilll U a llvft one.- Member of the Live Oak Hoe I II resigned from a term on who the

and other safeguards established to prevent an In- talents according to the opportunities that mounted on railroad flatcars or IA I great many of the taxpayer are I and Rake Club voted Thursday of board which end._ Jun._ n.cast..
dustry-wide tie up of essential services until the come to him." carried by ship It comes equipped discussing it, pro and con. last week to request the Uve Oak a .
last possible channel of negotiations has been ex- Alluding to the progress made In the area of with a detachable wheeled Garden Club to undertake a* one
hausted. race relations since the Supreme Court decision, Dr. chassis which reduces the amount O O. William, progressive of Its objective for the coming 1955

This newspaper does not believe that the ma- Jackson noted that it has been greater than in the of space It requires aboard farmer and stock raiser, had expressed year the adoption of a comprehensive : This year has been the greatest
jority of teachers belonging to either the NEA or previous 100 years But he warned that if the ship to him last week from coning act by the city. W. building construction era in his
shipping would Sparta, Tenn., a thoroughbred E. Nant and Alfred Alrth
the FEA consider the organizations as labor unions Negro concerns himself too much with the existing were tory for Live Oak with the
have required four to six week
Durham bull, which is agreed to appointed to attend the general
and it doubts that the real professionals In Inequities rather than the newly won opportunl. and 10 or more handling of the be "some bull." He is only six meeting of the Oarden Club this being straightening of U. 8. 00* route
the teaching ranks will tolerate those groups assuming ties, he would do so to his own disadvantage Individual cases Cases in the experimental months old, but weighed 396 month and present the proposal. work New responsible service for much of the
such roles. "Poverty should not be; but poverty, unemploy- shipment were hand pounds on September 14 ing station are be
not action of ment, and bad housing alone do led twice once at loading/ and constructed up and down the
But, whether they like it or not determine o Dr. R. L. Brlnkman assistant new route and
i more
the NEA in sending investigators into Florida and person's character or write the final chapter of again at unloading and reached Three Plant City men were arrested state veterinarian in Live Oak, plated. are contem
the threatening sanctions and other formsof coercion human destiny," the Negro churchman told his Cologne in two and a half here last week for hunting laid that he had been Informed

is the function, not of a professional society, people. "If one is defeated or destroyed, it is week The*. van' refrigeration system squirrel without a license. from Tallahassee that the balance National President of the Fu
due to other forces it Is of the allotment of fund appropriated ture Farmers of
; to
one's America.
but of labor union. Interpretation Billy
a Am-
was designed operate on Friday will be known aa chil by the Legislature for hog Ounter
Until one or both of the groups are certified as and one's reaction to the negative conditionsone erican or European current or by 4 dren's day at the County Fair this cholera serum and virus has been In Live of the Suwannee Chapter
Oak will
of the teachers of Florida, they faces. means of an auxiliary diesel lead the Florida
the representative year and 8,000 tickets will be giv made available and that a aufftcl- Delegation at the
under existing law. "Thousands, yea million of vi.Un.tFFA -
have no standing our citizens have gine.This
Lest we be misunderstood, this newspaper has known poverty and have had to make the journey project 1 Is a good Indica. WHO SAID, "LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSF? Mo., Monday Convention in City:

no quarrel with any worker, including those of the of life without the blessings of plenty. Poverty, Lion of major advances occurringIn

teaching profession, who seek improved salaries then, is not the final word. food distribution.At Actual surfacing of U. 8. BO

or wages, providing demands, or requests, are "Jesus was a man of great poverty, and yet periodic intervals through Live Oak started last Friday .
moved through proper channels and are in line with He is to us the greatest revelation of Ood the human appear on the national, publicity scene on the west end of the route,

the employers' ability to pay, And It is concernedthat mind has ever known. Poverty was not the which compares the Increase in \ while many local: resident observed
some teaching salaries leave much to be de- final word with Jesus. the number of workers on the the work.

sired. The church must admit responsibility wheri It payroll of the U. 8 Department -
Butt resents the subtrafuge, coercion and tattle to so Instruct its youth and they engage in of Agriculture with the proportionate LoWs J. Day ha agreed to serve
acts of violence decrease In the numberof a* chairman of the selection eNt-
to obtain
threats by organizations Incorporated merely as material benefits ntlttee for Suwannee
workers on American farm.
professional association/ / usurping/ the authority which they do not possess, but which they desirt, Although this story make for of the Year for 185J
granted by law only to labor unions./ Dr Jackson warned.
interesting surface reading and
The courts, as well as meditation and negotiation "We must admit then, as Christians, that casual chatter, It overlooks a County winner in the corn
services, protect both the employer and the when there Is mob violence, prejudice, and strife, significant fact which U. 8. Agriculture growing contest sponsored by the
unions under the Taft-Hartley Act. we accept our share of the blame for not Inspiring Secretary Orvlll Free- Chamber of Commerce were announced -

In the case of the NEA blacklists and sanc- our young people with the thought that there are man has had hlnhllghted In the at the annual Chamber
!inner values and new USDA Yearbook of Agricul dinner Tuesday night They art
tions, the employer which means all of the taxpayers constructive redemptive forces
Jimmy Harrington. FFA division,
of Florida- have no recourse to either the wlch can help us to be our best, although our en- ture. tlJ
vironment It I I. the fact that two out of George Haa. 4-H division; and
Is the
courts nor the mediation services. most humble and the most pover- Bill Harrington adult division.
every three dollar spent by
It's just another case of a break-down of the ty-stricken." USDA helps nonfarmert more

concept of due process of another minority If more of our leaders political and rell than farmers 1 1M The Board of County Commissioner
group seeking to "overcome," to attain an end, glous '- white and Negro would concern themselves The new "Consumer All" officially awarded and

regardless of the means with giving stralght-from-the-ahoulder advice Yearbook point out that USDA signed a contract: for the construction -
-Auburndale Star such as Dr. Jackson's, Instead of making alibis Interests and activities reach far of the Suwannee Coun-
a. for those who engage in lawless rioting, looting, beyond farming and Into the ty Agricultural Colteeum at their
homes of regular meeting Tuesday Nlel
and "demonstrations" moat of the practically every American
Highlighted are the various !. Brown wa awarded the contract
that is said to have caused these.
Sittellitei Uenefit Unrealized would disappear events consumer services provided by for 1160.640.

the agency, Including Its activities
Oeminl may do far more than pave the way Nothing woud dispel much of this "frustration In such field a* money management Two vocal music teacher wr
for a moon trip. quicker htan a swift kick in the pants either ; medical fare: nutrition tune IT HAPPENED; O* Pap 71>
The Oentlnl-Apollo programs likely will lead to literally or recreation; buying food ill
experiments and could change things greatly in figurativelyBradford County Telegraph clothing, and housing; planning ,

farming fishing, and, mining home furnishings: heating: wiring
These experiments probably will be conductedin ; and many other
a series of manned satellite laboratories devel- Many people are like signposts. They spend" It U a fact that farmer are requiring -
oped to Apollo. They would orbit the earth at their live pointing In the right direction, but nev- a smaller amount of MISSEDTHE
distances of 200 to 23,000 miles er go that way themselves.-The Tribune, Ames, Ia. USDA'i time even though agricultural
production I I. at all- i
The ideas listed are merely dreams now in the time high.Similarly. BUS <
heads of technical men in the National Aeronautic
Is the time of
year when It'* nice many of the function -
and Space Administration and Industry That is to watch the sun of the
come up In the morning after Florida Departmentof t t ,
they haven't yet been O.K.'d for testing. Du\\ a night's sleep, that Is. Agriculture are designed for AGAIN ?

scientifically they're not "way out." They are the primary benefit of the consumer
probably within the U, S. technical ability In the to azure" an orderly 0
next 10 years.Here A perfect wife is one whose favorite TV pro now of nlnn-quallty pure food
gram Is your to Ma dinner table
own. Times-Union, Rochester
then are some of the possibilities aa
Florida Innpector protect the
outlined by Theodore George, chief of systems engineering -
public a* well the fanner
a* by
Office of Advanced Manned Mission If you want to get even with someone, try Inspecting meat. fruits vegetable I IDONT

Studies at NASA. those who have helped you. Tribune, Chicago I *, milk. eggs, froaen dea- II
Satellite picture surveys of major farm areas eerie and many other food prod II
for the world-wide prediction of yields early In ucta. In addition feed. f rUll er*.
the crop year. Farmer, wholesalers and retail The Suwannee DemocratOF and brake fluid* are regulated by I
the Department a* well a* the
merchants would then be able to take early actionon
accuracy of scales and other
shortages or surpluses
measure used In the dispensing
Other satellite picture surveys might Identify ",.. the Heart of the 5Mnnee Ricer r.n.y- of consumer goods The use of MISS I

important plant diseases in the early stages of BANNER Consolidated pesticide I* regulated by the Department THE BUS when a good opportunity knock.
their spreading over crop area. If disease! centers LEADER to protect the public

and the rate at which the diseases were Established tabll.hed. Every 1884 TlulI..a August J at, 1897 fine Established. Veneer genet! 1888 residue from possible harm from toxic An ample Savings Account will attract bank credit to finance I

spreading could be quickly determined, the door
would be open to more efficient control. Louie C. Wadsworth .........,,...".. Publisher So any attempt to charge the a good business or investment opportunity. Build

Satellites probably could measure the moistureof T. A. Leonard, Jr. .........................." Editor I farmer with the total expense of that "
the soil worldwide at periodic Intervals to aid Clara S. Wadsworth ...?... Associate Editor i, department whether slat. of or agriculture federal wouldbe Savings Account now. so when opportunity knocks .

in determining planting and growing conditions. Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager erroneous' Service providedat you'll be ready. i
Satellites might prove efficient for discover George T. (Pete) Wright.... Shop Foreman both level benefit the average i

Ing forest fires in isolated regions Such fires sometimes Second: Clasa Postage Paid At Live Oat. Florida citizen to an Inereaatnff degree iI
burn for days and get out of control before more than they do the farmer
being located. SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County 14 00 In fact, a substantial portion Of I
RATES Outside Suwannee. County HOP the operating budget of the Florida
Satellites may eventually be able to help fish Department
Payable In
erman Increase their haul. The technical Advance
men paid for by farmer through various '
want to run apace experiments that would measure Inspection fee*. -
the direction and velocity of ocean current and MEMBER OP COMMERCIAL BANK

the variation of temperatures at the surface of Florida Pine Association .... .

the sea Satellites theoretically should be able to e eUWANNXX I Paved And Lighted III OF LIVE OAK

detect and measure the movement fo major schools COUNTY Sixty-two of Florida1" 218 unitary
of fish. Chamber of Commerce and civil airport are paved IIVE OAK. FLORIDA
Cocoa Tribune and lighted. ThU figure I* matched
t' i by only is other atate I


(9,gA?: etted f > Wedding Allbritton-McCuIlers Plan THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Here And There III

Miss Gloria Jean Allbrltton and HELLOC"IRLs! \. I
William James McCuUers will be DARN R! WHAT I Mrs W. J. Nipper returned last I Mrs Rudolph DI't'.. She was accompanied -
married Saturday evening Octo- HP ALWAYS POPS/AJ NEW? ; week from Lakehurst. N. J.. where I home by her grandchildren
ber ninth, at the W atwood Baptist OUST WHEN WEfee&STri she visited her son-in-law and Sherrt and Dave Deea
Church /*& XAITO SOME daughter Mr. and Mrs. Philip
at eight o'clock. The Buddy Evans and Miss Joyce
Rev. Ewell Johnson will officiate I HOT GOSSIP! ) Morris and family and attendedthe TUlls of Palatka spent Sunday

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor Miss Allbrltton Is the daughter Worlds Pair In New York. with Mr and Mrs. H J. Evans
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. All She WM accompanied by her sis 8r.
I brltton and Mr. McCullers the ter Mrs. Dora A, Boone of Pitt Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wllllsms

Mrs. Avery HonoredOn Mrs. Holmes Church son of Mr. and Mn. Alton O. Me- gerald. Oa. and daughter Miss Martha Nell
Cullers 8r.Attending. Mr. and Mrs. H O Penuel had and Miss rankle Leans attended
79th Birthday Circle Hostess :Monday Miss Allbrltton u as their week end guests Mrs. the PSU-Baylor football game

Mrs Georgia K. Amy WM hon Mrs. Perry Holmes was hostessto maid of honor will be her sister, Penuel's' cousins Mr. and Mrs In Tallahassee Saturday night
ored on her 79th birthday with a Circle One of the WSC3 of the Miss Sandra Gail Allbritton: James R. Swain of Menlo Park Mr. and Mn. Prank Flitch Sr
large birthday dinner recently at Pint Methodist Church when bridesmaids will be Mrs. Randal Calif Mr Swain Is a research spent the week end In Nashville'
the home of Mr and Mn. Perry they met on October fourth. Brannon. Mrs. Billy Hunter. Miss scientist and consultant at Ames Tenn. vtiitlng Mrs. Patch's bro-
Ekeen. Route 3. Mr. Clarence Ratliff WM In Janet Allbrltton. and flower girl Research Center, Moffett Field ther-In-law and sister Mr and
The birthday table WM cover- charge of the program. will be Tonla Ann Brink. Calif Other guests of Mr. and Mrs A U Jacobs Sr.
ed with a pink cloth overlaid with Sixteen members. were present Jimmy Toole will serve M ring Mrs Penuel' were Mr and Mrs. U.
bearer. Alma Secklnger of Gainesville.
white lace cloth. A three-tiered
birthday cake, made by Mra. Presbyterian Circle Met Alton O. McCuUers will serve Miss Charlotte Wadsworth. student Mrs. White Will SpeakAt
his son M best man. at FSU Tallahassee, spent
Lea placed In
the center Durrance of the table.WM With .Mrs. Parsons Ushering will be AI McCullen Friday" evening with her parents, South Carolina MeetMrs.

All ten of her children were Monday, Circle Three of the and Emory McCullen.: brothers Mr. and Mrs Louie C Wad- Jack White will be guest
present for the occasion. Pint Presbyterian Church met In of the groom-elect. Leon McDonald worth speaker at the annual South
Those In attendance were Mr. the home of Mn. Russell Parsons Jr. and Wayne Wilson. .----...--- Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Creekmore Carolina Flower Show Judge's
and Mn. Jack Harry Mr. and on Relvenston Street with seven Following the ceremony Mr of Brooksvllle will arrive Saturday Council convening In Columbia.
Mrs LaVerne Avery and children. members present. and Mrs. Allbrltton will entertain to spend the week end with S. C.. Thursday, October 7th
W. L. Durrance. and Olorta Zapp. Mrs. Parsons presided over the with a reception In the Social I Dr. Creekmore's sister Mrs C. R. Mrs White's subjects will be
and the devotional. Hall of the Miss Starling To Wed Miss! Allhritton Wadi worth.
all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr*. meeting gave church. "Step Into The Realm Of Ab.
Travis Avery and Mike of BlrmIncham. Mrs. Robert B. Brock Jr.. and Cary L Bryan Jr. Shower HonoreeMiss Mr. and Mrs AI Leonard Jr.. straction". and "Abstraction

Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mrs. E. B. Browning gave the Mr. and Mn. Albert H. Starling -. Gloria Jean Allbritton was attended the Florlda-LSU game Judged And Point Scored"
Mr. PI'OITIm.Acta In The Early :Mrs. Ziegler Club. In Gainesville Saturday after accompanied by Mr
Durrance of Orange Park. of Route 5 announces the honored with a bridal shower Mrs White
and Mn. Warren Avery and children Church". Hostess Laet Week engagement and approaching Thursday. September 30, at the noon. White left Tuesday for Columbia
Mill Alice Bird the weekend
of Hlaleah. Mn. Addle Mae Mrs. Rachael: Hegler was hostess marriage of their daughter Myra Beulah Community Center when 8. C.
at IOU Tallahassee
Thorp Mr. and Mn. W. C. Avery Randall Skeen and daughters.Mr to the Goodwill Club last Elisabeth, to Mr Cary L. Bryan Mrs. Randal Brannon and Mrs vlnltlng e.
Miss EYI"
and Tom Avery, aU of Lake and Mn. David Ingram and Tuesday at her home ItamU- Jr" son of Mr. and Mrs Cary L. Billy Hunter entertained for her Nell '
on hah transportedaero
Mrs. H. J. Evans Sr, Fresh water
City. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Avery daughters. Mr and Mrs J. R. ton Avenue Bryan Sr" of Route 1 The gift table wa.oftrlald with spent I
several last line violates a
with state
days her the
of Cocoa. Mr. and Mn. Garner Avery and children Mrs. Judy The devotional was from the The wedding will be an eventof an Imported Irish linen cloth centered -
In-law and daughter, Mr. and Federal regulation.
and Georgia Jean Moses and daughters Mr. and doll.
Avery Mrs thirteenth chapter second Connthlana. Friday night October twenty- with a bridal
Walker and Lance, of Branford. Mrs. Russell Avery Mr. and Mrs. ninth at eight o'clock: at the The hostesses presented Mlsi
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Avery and Inman Avery and children. Mr. Mrs. Annie Helvenston received' Clay land Baptist Church. Allbritton with a silver hottest
daughter Mr. and Mn. Leon and Mrs. Lumu McCuullers and the prise for the game played No Invitations are being sent set In her selected pattern. Following Doctor's Advice Am Offering
Avery. and Mr. and Mrs WjrltonOaston. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Perry There WM one visitor to the locally: but all friends and relatives Games were played during the
all of MeAlpln. Mn. An. Skeen and Mr. and Mrs. Wade meeting. of the couple are Invited to evening. '
nil Laurie Pouraker and Dwight Keen and daughters, all of Live Mrs W. w. Hunter' will be hostess attend the wedding and recep Around thirty-five were pres FOR SALE
Stansel of Wellborn. Mr. and Mn Oak. to the club ton ent.
on October: II at
her home on Union Avenue B
The Chuck RestaurantIN
Harwood Etan Der) J.'SULynn Home Wagon
Dorother Fisher Recreation Center
Andrew Brian Mr. and Mrs Rudolph B Ores Mr and Mrs. Marvin Home Jr..
Croft of Pensacola announce the birthof announce the birth of a daughter LIVE OAK, FLORIDA
CATERING TO TEENAGERSParents Mr. and Mrs Larry Croft of .
a son. September twent' September IS. In the Suwan- '
MeAlpln. announce the birth of a enth. In the JfS.BOO Cash
Baptist Hospital floe County Hospital
Families and Girl Friend Invited
son September II. in the Suwan- The baby has been named Hsr- The baby weighed seven pounds Can Finance One-Half To Responsible, Party
font thru Sat. 11 until 11
a.m. p.m. nee County Hospital. wood Evan Dres. and fifteen ounces and hM been
Main' Lodge __ Collins Court Highway 90 West The baby weighed eight pound Mrs. Deer Is the former Miss named Jenny Lynn Home Contact
CUE GAMES JUKE: MUSIC Eventually and four ounces and has been Linda Evans, daughter of Mr Mrs. Home I. the former Miss
Snack Bar named Andrew Brian Croft. and Mrs It J. Evsns of this city; I Linda Howard daughter of Mr M. B. KENT Mariannaor
Mrs. Croft Is the former Vary and Mr Dres Is the son of Mr, and Mrs 11. M Howard of Jack- ,
Minors Must Have Signed Card From Parent Jo Jenkins, daughter of Mr and
and Mrs Elsie Ores of Branford ICI1\,Itl..
Llrs. Joe Jenkins, and Mr Croft e I I .
NO DRINKING ALLOWED Is the 0. W. llelvenaton & Sons Uve Oak
Croft. son of Mr and Mrs. Henry I Cotton can be mad stretchable The structure of cotton fiber Is ,
with a high twist of yams. comparable to a cable.

I Continuation Of I Diaper Sets BOY JACKETS WENS' SWEATERS'

Special group of % PRICEBLANKETS
35thAnniversary cottons and blends
Famous brand Cardigan and V*
for 'boys and girls
with plastic linedbottom .. neck pullovers reduced for this'

*. ? '
) .v.nt. $8

$1.J 50 Size

/\ B r-i.884.00 J Reg. 110.95 la $:J

Girls Slips MENS' Dress Slacks LARGE SELECTION I

Sale I

All cotton A IJne tI.In wrinkle
Plain and pleated MENS' JACKETS
with tuck and grow

hem. free fabric that are tailored by $ S

SPECIAL NOTICE Just Say "Charge-It" on Your llubbard for a perfect fit Sixes

BEEN REDUCED FROM OUR REG. account and lake month to 00 :







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Outstanding selection of fall dresses girdle from several maker you know. 1 OifordHroadcloth ytieu

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from famous maker Stretch Top Bras j4P1/3 A
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styles and colon. .r. Solid, atripe( and plaid In conservative and traditional

4bU $3.88 ted3.n."" Pant the UUst fall tone 8le4 ft, model

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1 i[Samson ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL C LESSON Or AIM j. .?..*., I Methodist To holdLayman's -

I Pastor's CornerREV. Mn/pron-J/ dga 13:11r4w SundayLayman's

4 / Sunday wm be observed -
at the
C. A. WEBB. Pastor Church at the morning Methodist ser.c'next


The Weather And The World which we live are not altogether (Ill// Church are in charge of the set-,
vices.R. .
Everybody watches the weather. unknown to us Right now we are I

We get frequent reports on It absorbed In scientific research 0: Hunter Jr., a leadn:
in the newspaper and on the radio along many lines particularity in layman of the Springfield Church,
and television. Many people the direction of outer space. So. In Jacksonville will be the spegk
have barometers and almanacs It can be hardly said that we do .F. er. Hunter U the son of Dr. ROV
and weather-vanes which they not try to understand the world w Hunter. Charge Lay Leader )f
closely watch for every Indication and interpret our times. Jesus Mw The First Methodist Church

of what's ahead. The weather has would not deny that either, but Bunion wu born to frat ends ..A.N..rI' Strong viloroui. and .ndow.d with God took hli power awmr when 8.n%. n-mnU .....-'. prayer for The public is Invited to afcprj;
a lot to do with our way of life. He would say that so many of us from Uu womb h.wu born the Spirit of U. Lord, Bunion eouldhav toe drunkenly allowed OelUak to cut strength to snags hlm_IL Sameon this service.S.
to suit the fall to read the signs that pointto and nilMd. In a godly home, to bt d* proved a deliverer to kl> fellow Me hair Die symbol of both his diN with hll enemUa In Ui* dnlnw-. .
We adjust ourselves troytd by In'-mper.nc.. punlon and I.ra.llU.had h. not given Into moralweaknewM. atrenf th and a life perfectly devoted Uon or Uu templeJudfM 1* il-IL
weather. If we fall or refuse to God. We are busy about a lot ..tf-Indulgeuu.,.-JudfM 13 :2 24. Judge 13 28.11.X toGod.Judge.lM22.. GOLDEN;) TEXT: Pronrb.15:33: Nearly a quarter of a million
make that adjustment we usually of other things In the world but annual blooming flowers aiv
regret it. A sudden change In so many of us don't see the handwriting planted yearly at Florida's c\.

the weather will catch people off on the wall which forecasts judgment or in terms of the other we will be protected when the penalty of death for us. To fall to pie will go to such lengths to accommodate press Gardens.
guard and the result Is human our eternal doom unless we Illustration Jesus used there time comes. Today is the day of heed the warning Is a dangerous themselves to the

suffering. get right with God. Is bad weather ahead for all un- grace. The way of escape la at course to follow. weather and then be so careless so desperately He ls our onlv
Yes, the weather Is extremely That was the mistake of the forgiven sinners God Is giving ua hand. We can settled out of coup The weather can be bad and a about the day of salvation. Let us. hope here and hereafter For
Important to us. We cannot afford men to whom Jesus was speaking these signs for only one reason. by making peace with God courtroom can be a terrible place, not be guilty of closing our eyes there Is no other way to face the
to Ignore It. From bitter experience In His day. They were not stupid. He gives to us an opportunity to through faith in Jesus Christ. His but Clothing like divine Judgmenton and ears and hearts to this I Judge except by faith In His Sol,
we In this community Many of them were scholars. prepare for the judgment so that Son Who came here to pay the human sin. Why Is it that peo- blessed Saviour We do need Him Jesus Christ.
have learned our bitter lesson. We They had seriously considered all

are not only weather-conscious of the great questions and problems -
are becoming weather- which confronted their
but we
wise. world. However, they didn't seem WQyI MISCELLANEOUS For Sale Real Estate; ;
Jesus once used that as an illustration \. to realize that they were In grave
important of divine judgment because JPPO -
of a very danger
spiritual lesson. According to they had not made their I'NITY FARMERS
I MONEY for farm operations HORNE REALTY
Luke 12:54-56: He said: "Whenye peace with God. They had all the at reasonable your cost Termsto CORP.
see a cloud rise out of the west, weather warnings of divine judgment fit your needs. Loans up to BRANCH OFFICE:
straightway ye say, there cometh and the way of escape was 4 years. Call North Florida Production 111 W. Howard St.
a shower: and it is so. And whenye at hand but they paid no atten LITTLE ADS FOR SALE FOR SALE Credit Assn. 8. Ohio GEORGE B. DEES
see the south wind blow, ye Ave. Live Oak. Tel. 3622588.
say, there will be heat; and It tion.Jesus took another Item from BIG RESULTS FOR SALE New and used BINDER electric sewing machln C abf-tf Associate

cometh to pass. Ye hypocrites ye their dally experience to show BUY_SELL-EXCHANGE plan,.. Frier Music Co. Nortl in console cabinet like new Phone 362.1688
can discern the face of the sky their mistake. He said "When you Whatever the purpose, fen will Ohio Ave, Live Oak 362-2188 Sew forward and reverse. All
and of the earth: but how Is it go with your adversary to the find Democrat classifieds) do cajjti attachments for making but 'rANY TYPE 3-Bedroom Frame Home
that ye do not discern this tim?" magistrate, while ye are on the the Job, quickly and well tonholes cig-zagglng and fancy Good Size Lot
Think of that every time you way, give diligence that you may FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer stitch designs. Fully guaran :MEMORIALWORK l) ': House In Good Condition
hear a weather report. Jesus said be delivered from him; or he will DEADLINE FOR INSERTION chain saws, parts and service teed. Can be seen In your area Oarage
that we are wise about the weather bring you before the judge, and 5:0 P.M. Tuesdays Logging supplies, hooks clamps: Make eight monthly payment 5500.
but not about the world. We the judge will deliver you to the LOW RATE FOR RESULTS bows, bars and chains. Repair of ".111 or will discount for :'

can read the signs of the sky but office and the office will cast you Sli cents per word, with a for most small gasoline enginesTyre's cash. Write: Credit Manager DONE Very Nice 3-Bedroom Home
not the signs of the times. Many Into prison. I tell you, you shall minimum of f 1.00. Saw It Engine Service, 122 S. Clearwater Road. Largo, IK Baths
people can forecast what will : not depart from there until every AU( classified) tnniv be paid In formerly Electric Service Co., Florida. pgbh 18-2 Granite Marble, Bronze Cement Block Construction
happen according to the laws of !' mite Is paid." The point that our advance) BOS 8th St. Your small engine Phone 362-3333 4 LoU

nature but not what will happen Lord Is making Is simply this: ONE WEEK FREE headquarters. cadj U BUTLER BUILDINGS Butler LIVE OAKMONUMENT $19.000 Some Terms

according to the laws of the Spir God Is going to take us to court Classified ordered for five FOR SALE All sizes of tarpaulllns all metal panel frame building CO.
and sheds. Call T. E. McCalU
it. So many are quick to heed the some day because we are heavIlYIn weeks, run the last week free. guaranteed not to leak 280 Acres
warnings of the elements but pay debt to Him and we are not ".00 will pay for a Z> word Ottls Brown Motors cdjj U 935-4202. Branford. Fla. 19-23 Homer Sanford, Rep. About \\t\ Acre Tob. Allotment
no attention to the warnings of paying Him what we owe. We are advertisement for five week pdjj Corn Base

divine justice. truly headed for judgment.We Vie Snwannee Democrat Classified FOR SALE 100, 070. or 710 USED CLOTHING-Army pants H Mile Road Frontage
Surely there are many things live In a world in which all for Proven Remits. 15 new white wall tire. All coats, jackets. Complete line of SEWING MACHINE CENTER Old Dwelling In Fair Condition
about this world that we do not the signs point In one direction: premium or first line. All full men's, women's, and children' DON'T FUSS CALL US About 230 Acres Cleared

understand, and the times In there Is going to be a final day of For Sal*-Real Estate 4-ply.$15.95 Some plus state slightly tax blemished federal clothes.: Come In. browse around. SINGERand Terms-29% Down. Prtce-J3.500

Sale on all summer clothes all other makes rebuilt here u
tax Included. No exchange Phone 363-2155 FRM FEED New and Used Machines

fur inM9am fire Branch OfficeSUWANNEE needed. Barber's Service 8ta STORE. pdjj 20-24 Needles Oil Parts I
Lion O'Brien. 9353535. Oood
RIVER 724 Brown St. Live Oak Fla
as long as supply lasts FOR SALE Hurricane lily (Ly LOTS FOR SALE:
Br BILL BERO REALTY cud tf cons). yellow, white pink pur Phone 362.2744 j' GOOD TRMS. Priced

FISHING FOR MUSKIE ? 407 Dowllng St. Following my doctor's advice am pie: Watsonlas, gladiolus. Iris Mrs. C. C. Travis; M.naerebeJttl I I' CITY (but close"85Otrl'SID" In''
Farm Bureau Bldg. daffodils hyacinths, tulips'anemone .
aj tJ.<<, Phone 362-1520 offering for sale The Chuck ranunculi, amaryl11s. I PAUL Ay BYRD Realtor

I" 41tf; WINSTON J. ROGERS. RfaltorBpeclal1zlnll' Wagon Restaurant In Live Oak Bed mix for planting bulbs. LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- Lire 408 a Ohio Aye
In Farm it Acreage for 15,500. Can finance one. Oak. Florida
Use Hardlgreen to harden A-Diet Tablets Only 98c at
Sale and Loans half to responsible party Contact shrubs for winter FRM FEED Cheek Drug Store pdjj) 1'.22 Phone 363-1389
r \ M. B. Kent, Chuck Wagon STORE. Phone 362-2155. etf
I 1 It 111j' V 11. I t FOR BALE 80 acres good farm Restaurant. Marlanna, or B. W pejd 30-24 : NOW OPEN Mrs. Bei Nursery -

land. Highway frontage. permanent Helnn ton and Sons, Live Oak. and Play SchooL Children l
water hole. Or will sell f Y ? cafa t t I kept daily, weekly, or< overnight

TAKES A LOT Of PATH I NCE,AT TIMES A MUSKIE WILL HIT BAIT In ten acre tracts. Good terms FOR SALE -+ ISO' bu. wheat .t HELP WANTED Balanced meals supervised WHY PAY RENT?
AT ONCI AMP OTHER PERIODS WON'T HIT FOR DAYS Call 383-1288 or 383-1239. $3.75. treated purity 9846( %. play, shady fenced pin
pcjj 20.22 WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl yard. References Call Jorgen I LET BOB WOLFE DESIGN
-i germ. 88.00%, (no noxious weed I
Brorsen. phjj 14-21; AND BUILD A HOME TO
seed) steel overhead and kitchen help. If Interested
DRIFTING ACROSS BARS val St. $6500 net to seller door complete: oak or pine fire apply In person Parker's Drive j SUIT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS
OR LEDGES IN 12 TO 15 Phone 362-2139 for appointment wood. Phone In, US 129. Jasper Road. If you are Interested In piano lessons AND FINANCES
peer OF WATER, pbjj 20.21 3822815.cfcl 17-21 cajjt call: 382-3148. eajj tf I III

WHEN A MUSKIE' HITS FOR SALE!! Fender "Mustsng WANTED Waitresses Apply at Bob Wolfe Contractor
BAIT GIVE IT CHANCE electric guitar and 60 watt am- Dixie Drill cajj U
TAK(t IT. Tp8ffliB family area living space, Operators Annie H. Mills I Phone 362-3253
central heat, two baths, utility pllphkr. Call 363-2663 CURB HOP WANTED: for night Mary Drew Boatrtght. Myrtle! LIVE OAK FLA.
cajj tl ,
and carport South Pine Avenue shift. Better than avenge pay. Mils Elaine: Webb and Manl- '

near Pine View School. FOR BALE: -m Cub Cadet 100 Apply In person A & W Drive- curtst. Ruby Sanford cajj ttIIALL I cbj)
Call 362-1786 or 362-1999 Ideal for yard work and gardening. In. cajj tf
Tractor mower bottom 8 ELECTRIC: MOTOR
plow, harrow, leveling blade SHOP FOR SALE:
WEIGH FROM 10.101 h 02. Live Oak area $90 week Fast and efficient ser
FARM. TIMBER & FHA LOANS cultivator, and trailer. $1150. per vice. Complete motor rewinding Two-bedroom home and J. acre"
minimum salary to start. Qualify
AVAILABLE: Phone 363-2$35. pdjj 17-21 and electrical apparatus ser of land. 44 mi. from Ute OU on
for raise In 3 month. One
For Information call or tee: vice. Formerly Hall's Fix-It Highway, Ideal for small family
PAUL A. BYRD FOR SALE one used refrigerator year Write residence P. O.:Box, age 549.21 Gainesville. to 45. Shop located: 1 block back ofLanden that wants country Urine
Realtor In good condition. Call 776 Tractor Co Mayo Priced to sell with easy term
408 8. Ohio Ave. 1351. | PCJJ 21.23 Fla. Give brief persona Road. Phone 363-3979.' Bunnle I Ready for occupancy.Twobedroom .
history and 3-year employment
Live Oak.
HaIL pdgf 19-33 j
..: history crab 20.23
Phone 363-1389 FOR SALE: 13 gauge pump CBS horn In good
e tt modified shot gun new condition. neighborhood large real buy
PART TIME National concern NOW OPEN tot a
.----................. 29" barrel with cue $55. needs correspondent representative Ellavllle.: near- Suwannee Mack's Grill River at with good terms Ready for occupancy .
Phone 363-1874. 21
FOR BALK On Suwannee River pajj for Live Oak. ".. and State Park. Specializing In select ,

n 66 acres all fenced. 330 ft. FOR SALE: -. Horses and ponies.At the Immediate area to handle seafoods and Suwannee
t 1NTBiloa river front 3-bedroom blockhouse Stud: MonUto'a Red Bird. credit and Insurance reports.Interesting River catfish. Also offering Thm-bedroom horn. IK! baU
SLMI.6lOSl ONE CHATNOLATIX DII.I ,. furnished. 1 mile below Per Reg. Appaloosa No. 16.- outside work no steak and chicken dinner Open Oood location.: Small down par

$NALIBL C Dowllng Park on river Mrs. W. 1627 Bay with white pots on selling or collecting. Good opportunity at 6:00: pjn. every day except mint monthly\ payment. of $64 H
a WALL L PAINT I A. Lisle. pdjj 11.21 loin and hips; Sire: Jimle N for retired penal Monday. Close at 13:00. per month. Lot TCxlM'.
9- LII e HAUTirui Auto Send to I
necessary resume
a NO DRIPlNDi2NAMILOSS Bevln A2HA P-23.154, Apple pejd 11-33
Manager 7834 tassels 81, Jack. Three-bedroom horn, brick. two
FOR RENT Dee II: Dam: Pavo F-56, Miss
ONI COAT sonville. Fla 21 baths hardwood noon carport
r put
PA1MI00M1N B COVUI WAlll, Lulu. Fee $2$ 00 plus $5.00 per and garage. Good location. Prtdto
WALLS ALL CIILINSI week board. T E. Oasklna. WANTED Lady to manage
FOR RENT Unfurnished houseat seLL 11.000 down. P JI A. FINANCING
k Doom oa raiMSHUTS '. DO* HAITI, phone 776-1433. pfgb 31-35 clothing store. Experience not UVE OAK NEEDS A
e IAl WAUtOASO, 202 West Duval Street!! Call .
AND CaiMI 'HICK.WAUPAPU. 362-3048. nc U essential, we train. See MrBoeweU .
FOR SALE MaaseyFergusonmodel at once at old Bottom CAR WASHONE
$ FOR RENT 3-bedroom unfurnished 61 corn picker "00. good Dollar atoT,. 204 W. Howard, Can Today 343-131
$788 A. Realtor
$f8u'IND house on BR 138-A. condition and several registered Live Oak. Fla pajj 21 BiRD
Oil. GAL tOt 8. Ohio AN.
2ND GAL /IRaL 8 mile northeast of Live Oak. Angus bulla priced from "00
to $400 Advent Christian Home LrfeOak.Fla.FOR .
Write: Owner, 1631 Clenuon
FREE Road. Jacksonville Fla or Phone 363-9143. cajj J U .u
FREE: phone Jacksonville 398-3030. LOST & FOUND The 35c Car Wash business is

calf tf EXCEPTIONAL booming This Is not a new BALK 13* acre, at CHJ
LOST Large brindled Boxer TAD" but a solid PI'Otftfa.. limits. 8. E 4-bedroom tran
IIIIIIDI ALATEX C ONE CDITti v, OFFICE SPACE: FOR RENT .- OPPORTUNITY brown and black stripe Answers vestment offering franchised home. M pena "'"'. 4 In
Suitable for a service business to Tiger Contact Patty owners a minimum management deep ..u. Phone 341-3313 alan -

BALL PAINT OIL BAH BOW FAINT Hollerbacht Corner Branford To acquire houseful of furniture Fletcher at 0 A H Food Stoic high profit opportunitywith I p m. ptojj 11-33
Road. Live Oak. cdJJ 21.2 A appliances m fine condition. Branford. a secure' future tf you _
eajj) 31
D11n1 TO A EXCEPTIONAL Include refrigerator range com are. eager to enjoy a prosperous .
IIAuIruI.PLAY WNIVINIMANDSMIIN FOR RENT 3-room furnished plete bedroom suit, complete living future In your own 1Iu t. FOR SALE
SHUN I apartment. Large rooms 2 private room suite large dinette A MIl. can or write Immediate 110' a 300 Highway, FrontM
a PAST DRYING e IXCIUIMTMiaASlLITT' 1D I entrance. Phone 363-3441. extras Assume balance just MISCELLANEOUS b for personal Interview Between New Rome. North
I' caJMf Florida Production Credit AMR
NIOINaOWIR. MILDIW ANDINDOST111A1 I No money down. $3 wk. Ask to WIWAM and Junani Antique Shop
A. MASSEY WU Sell AU Or A Port**
.UMII Business OpportunityOldest see Lot No. 463 stored at CANTNEBTES SLEEP
J1TTEBYT I AND ASSO.. INC.P. Rich. And Dry. Plenty Parkin

$ !' NATIONAL3m NEED TRANQOTLTZmOt Tiny.Ttttow .I a Bm trig Tel 83t.STIIWIYTEB Space wm Sell My Store
2ND Gil .SAL and largest company of Its Beach Blvd.JACKSONVn,1JL DORMA-RE8T: Capsules PARR.. FLORIDA BaRding And 4-Room. 3-Baih
I 6U
T.HtALFREE 2ND I kind with AAA-1 rating u prepared I PLA.ep.n Call help you' sleep better cdel 30-38 Howe, 134 Ft. Frontage. Or

to train qualified man dally .-.. St. 9-4. Sun 13-4) Keep you' relaxed Free teem. Win sea Wy JkW Tan Brock
: FREE: between 25 and 50 In a permanent e2132roll tension. Minions have been sold. BuUdtnr. 300 Ft.' Front***
business In Suwanneeand 33 caaa. 98 cent Available at SERVICE STATION' FOR LEASE: JULIAN E. CROSS

Hamilton Counties. Prefer SALE 3 black miniature UVE OAK DECO CO. Good Ioca oD. Contact:. W. 31WANTED I
man with livestock feeding or poodles, male*, six week old. efbe 31." loftier phone sa.UU. Lire i
MARY CARTER PAINT CO. selling experience Oood ear ARC registered 173 each Can Oak. eau U
and moderate investment re- 3631943.: ceJJ 31-n I

DREW and MARGARET WILDER quired. For complete Information 'YORKSHIRE certified neat type DOZER Light land and under
without obligation writeP. FOR BALE Studeott clarinet. ....... Ready for service Can brush cleared..
Wilder Corner oa Helveiuton AT*. Lou cleared and WANT TO BUT One ear torn
Box 1311. Tallahassee, good condition |7S. Can 3633571 Tommy CoUine 343-3140. leveled Phone .
More Than 1000 Stores Coast To Coast Fla S230 I. cbjj 21 after S pjn. pajj 31 ceJJ 3153God 9433941.P4U. convtyo' wtu or vtthoot al0tor.
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i Funeral Notices First Methodists -, Mugos and Skeeter I

I Hold Christian Ctvr JUef dull IT tX TJ." TKB! ft B4/JKWK3Rf I KNOW fk.TI P'PITMeAN )bU NAP
( Caew R A gYf AND 6if lUeFL4 I TOU" YOU THAT MS,4>MyTrSTC4K. AtTW

: Mary F. SmithFuneral Paul F. McIntosh Workers School \ AUNWS 1t-ST14K,,. ,

services were held Funeral services were held al .' .
Tuesday for Mrs. Mary FlorenceSmith the Presbyterian Church Monday 1
at the Mt. Olive BaptistChurch. for Paul F. McIntosh who died '
She died Sunday after along last Thursday in Brsdenton. He 1
Illness. She was a member of was a member of the Live Oak .
the Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Presbyterian Church.
Rev. Otis Page and Rev W. T Survivors Include two daugh
Newsome officiated. Burial was I ten Mrs. Louise Moylan of r
In Mt. Olive Cemetery- Bradenton and Mrs. Mable Far
Survivors include her mother nell of Brunswick. Oa.; two sons,,
Mrs. Ellen Dlckenon of Live Oak! Clyde A. McIntosh of Bradentonand 1
four daughters Mrs Catherine Marion Mclatoeh who U in
Adams. Mrs. Lots Delegal and the U. 8. Navy; three grandchildren
Mrs. Gladys Hammock of Live and seven greatgrandchildren. e Al As. Junior Fir. ..IfommaElementary
Oak. and Mrs. Eloise Parker of Letters
Jacksonville; three sons. Glenn Active pallbearers were John L. I
Smith of Live Oak. Jack Smithof Bates, Howard LrFevre Wade TO THE EDITOR Students (Participate
Dade City and Fred Smith of Keen Eaford Harrell. William
Jacksonville; one sister, Mrs. T. Ftrnell. and Donald Farnell. In National Fire Prc'cntiol1Veck
O. Craft of Live Oak; one broth Honorary pallbearers were In-
Pensacola man Avery. Norman Protsman M. My Dear Sir: "thank you" very much. May God
of ;
er, Claude J. Jones Piles of rubbish In attics and aha! Achievement Award .
and 20 grandchildren. B. Reid. T. A. Rlrkpatrlck. John This comes to express our sincere bless you and yours. Flag.
basements frayed electrical Schofleld said.
gratitude to and
you your Sincerely
were Bernard Wilson and Roy Teagle.
Active Warren pallbearers Johnsoa Junior James B. Daniels Funeral Horns staff for the very fine way you A. M. White, Minister cords too many electrical appliances As another project this fall the
Raines. have supported our church on one circuit paints, boys and girls will learn how to
Hagans. L. B. Boyett, of Live Oak was In charge activities Ebeneser A. M. E. Church
Bryan. Jim by publishing weekly our varnishes and other flammable hold home fire drills and how to
and Hub Or.,. REV. NEWTON WISE news In the paper. liquids stored In open or loosely plan escape routes from their

of James Live Oak B. Daniels was in charge.Puneralllom. Ray Lynn TrailFuneral The First Methodist Church The Democrat Is an Informantand Bluegill Redear capped containers homes In case of fire.
will hold a Christian Workers 1s well read In this town and These are some of the potential During the rest of the year, the
services were held today Training School beginning Sun. vicinity. Your circulation Is sure fire hasards that elementary pupils will receive training In
Richard R. Kight for Ray Lynn Trail. an Infant day and running through Thurs to Increase as time passes.As Fish Stock Here school children in Suwannee other aspects of safety In addition .
boy at Mt PUgah Baptist day. Oct. 14. I depart for the annual County have been looking for to fire prevention.
Funeral services were held Church.: He died In Suwannee The following course will be conference to be held October. Blueglll and redears for stock during National Fire Prevention -
Saturday at the Suwannee Station County Hospital Monday after a offered; "Teaching In The S-10. 1241. I shall breathe a. ing farm fish ponds were delivered Week which began Monday tAi n suss
Baptist Church for Richard brief Illness. He was one month Church School." taught by Mrs. prayer for your continued sue here Wednesday by the U. 8. The boys and girls are taking
Reaveley Right. 60. who died at old.Burial Ruth Anderson of Winter haven; cess. On behalf of the members Fish and Wildlife Service from part In the national Junior Fee I Ifr
his home In Cross City Wednesday was in Wayfare Cemetery "Youth And Workers With and officers of Ebeneser A, M E. Welaka. Fla.According. Marshal program, a special yearlong ,
after a long Illness. He was a near Bell.Survivors' Youth." taught by MM Edith Church. I would like to *sv to John Hampton activity sponsored by the
member of the Suwannee Station Include his parents Goodwin associate conference local Soil Conservation Service Hartford Insurance Group to
Baptist Church. Charles R. and Barbara Trail of youth director:: and "Bible Study Tara Mirhclc Sooll technician It Suwannee River teach fire prevention and safetyto
Rev. J. E. McOahey officiated Bell: grandparents Mr and Mrs. Course." taught by Rev T Soil and Water Conservation District school children. The 4th grade V
Burial was In Suwannee Station. Austin Mosley of McAlpln and Newton. Wise pastor of First Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Scott cooperators stocked their pupils at Branford and Live Oak
Survivors Include his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Trail of Bell: Methodist Church of St. Augus announce the birth of a daughter ponds, ranging In alas from ten had as their first project an Inspection i
Doris M. Right of Crow City: great-grandparents. Mrs. Myrna tine. September 2.. In the Pine- acres of Dr. E. O. Haikell to the of their own homes for
three sons David. Williams and Trail of Bell and Mr. and Mrs. T A special Invitation Is given by view General Hospital Valdosts Jtree-tentha of an acre of Elmer: conditions that could cause a fire,
John Right, all of Cross City; L. Oodbolt of McAlpin: great- the local pastor Rev. SplveyBrabham Oa.The Owens and Ross Boatrlght. according to Maurice SchofleldSuwannee ,
and one brother. A. O. Right of great grandmother Mrs. Edna to anyone Interested In batty has been named Tara The stocking will be completednext County Hartford ag*
Tampa. Oodbolt of McAlpln; and on three courses to attend. Classes Mlchele Scott spring when bass are de-
Active pallbearers were Edward brother. Carl Mason TraiL begin at I:00 pm. Sunday and The maternal grandparents are livered. The stocking rate Is 1,000 ent.Schofleld sponsors the program 1
Hugglns. Joseph Howell. W. SCrews James B. Daniels Funeral Home will be held from 7:30: I:20 pm. Mr and Mrs. Bid Gross of Mon. bream and 100 baas per surface here In co-operation with the
WUey Crews H. C Crews, 1s In charge of arrangements Monday through Thursday treal. Canada. The paternal acre. In a fertilised pond. If un schools and fire department or.nclal. "No the leash Isn't heavy, but
grandparents are Mr, and Mrs i your line laf
and Murl HoweH B B fertilised the number of fish Is ..
Suwannee Funeral' Home was In C. L Hollcrhach Antioch I lone"E ondng Otho Scott of this. .city cut In half. When the boys and girls! re*
charge. Fertilisation at the annual rate turn their completed home reports Words of the Win I
To He Held I Sunday Union Ilaptiftt Revival of 100 to 1.000 pounds per surface to their teachers, they will .
Funeral services' held The upright judge condemns
I were The public Is Invited to the Revival services at the Union acre: of IS] ls recommended, 'become Junior FIre Marshals and
the crime but dues
Lafactte A. AllenFuneral Home Monday for at Carl the Louis Daniels Ilollerbach.Funeral 114th Homecoming of the Antioch Baptist Church will begin Friday says Hsmpton. Total fish production will receive official b.d.... not. hale the criminal.
Baptist Church this Sunday. and last until Sunday with 7:10: per acre per year In a "11. Th. class which does the best
services were held Saturday who died here Sunday after a A basket lunch will be served at pm. .""nlDlarn...... stocked, fertilised pond will be Job of completing reports will receive -Clenlt'a.( )
at the Bridge Creek Primitive lengthy illness. He was a retired noon, according to Rev. John Pastor Charles Foursker will\ be about 100 pounds a special Junior Fire Mar
Baptist Church for Lafaett aalesman. -- - .
Hutcherson. pastor the evangfllst and Louis Kennl-
Albert ADen. M. who died here Rev Phillip Alllgood officiated
Antloch U the
oldest Baptist son will serve as music director
Thursday. He was a member of The body was cremated. Church In Suwannee County,
Homecoming with dinner on the
the Baptist Church and had recently Survivors Include his wife Mrs. .
ground will be held Sunday,
moved to Live Osk. Lillian 8. HoUerbach of Live Oak. Cotton removes fewer nutrients Distinctive Fall FashionsBy
James B Daniels Funeral Home
Burial was In Wrttvtew Cemetery from the soil than most crops. (Renew Year Rabwr1, .UMi|
at CoUjultt. Oa. of Live Oak was In ch....
Survivors Include the wtf.. Mrs. Betty Jean

U A. Allen of Moultrie. Oa one ItlTt't-nf"8 Hrauty y .
son H. L. Allen of Moulin.; en* Everglades National Park .w i
sister Mrs. O E. McMffllan of 1.2&1.,0'&e1'M; of land and waterIn
Enigma Oa: two toothers. W. IX Southern! Florida" pie ef..s 4'i \"
Allen of Alapaha. Oa. and J. Q. the beauty of the vest Everglade*
Alton of Enigma; and five grand swamp
James B Daniels Funeral Home
of Live Oak was In charge.
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100 lbs.. $21.95. 120 Ibs., 21252550. mostly cull 12251250. Cows: standard $11.23-$14.25; Hogs totaled 669 compared with
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF Most sows 180-400 Ibs. $1950- $2475 up, cull 30-90 Ibs, $16- Feeder-stocker cattle sold andas utility $975-$13J10: inferior 1889 the previous week.
I THE $2035; 400-600 Ibs. $1850-118; $22. follows: $6.50-10.50; utility cow-calf Mixed grades barrows and gilts
Suwannee Livestock Market boars $1480-$15. Cows: utility $14-115; cutter I Steers: good, $1750-$19; stan pairs $10-$1430, mostly $12 up. I sold as follows: 180-210 Ibs, $22.-
Valley U. 8. No. 1 and 2 feeder pies $11-$1360. overfills down to $10, dard, $15-$18.: utility. $13-116; Calves: choice $20-$23; rood 180; 210-240 Ibs., $23; 240-370
75-110 Ibs, $2525-12725; one lot canner, $8$10,75.Utility one Inferior, $13. $$17.23-$21; standard $1S-$19; at
Trading was slow to moderately Ibs., $22.30; 160-180 Ibs., (22.OS! U. 8. No. 2 averaging 128 Ibs, bulls 161775. Heifers: standard $14-$15: utility, $12.73-$16, few around 150 There are people In the world
active at the Suwannee Valley 140-160 Ibs. $21.90; 120-140 Ibs, $24; medium under "75 Ibs., $24- Calve: standard and good utility, $13-$14,75: Interior $8- 11>1I. up to $IUO; inferior, $11- I who read the Bible to see if It
Livestock Market for the weekending $2205; 100-120 lbs., 22.05; 80- $27; U. S. No. 3 and medium 75- $1873-$2175.. utility $12-$1480: I $12. 1450. I agrees with them.
last Wednesday Demandwas
fair with many cattle poorly
presented. overfill and as bulls
and bull calves.A .
total of only 246 cattle and
calves were sold compared with

classes 50 398 Slaughter cents the few previous lower Feeder-stocker cows, week.other were steady slaughter steers to NOW !I '66 CHEVROLETS .s

were weak to 50 cents lower with _
heifers and cows steady to 50
cents higher Calves were weak to
50 cents lower, In spots $1.SO low-
er on weights over 250 Ibs. r
Fully three-fourths of the sup-
ply was cleared to feeder-stocker
accounts while nearly half of the
total were calves.
Slaughter cattle sold as follows:
Steers: one standard, $1'7.75;
utility $14-$16,50.
Heifers: standard $1375-117.-
75, utility $14-$16, cutter $10-
$13. i Ili!

Florida Farm Land y

Triples In Value

Over 10 YearsThe Caprice Custom Coups

Florida continuing real estate demand has resultedIn for NEW' BY CHEVROLET pin-drop quiet Turbo-Jet V8 engines that

a 208 per cent Increase In the I go all the way up to 425 hp. New interiors.

lands average during per acre the past value ten of years farm-, CAPRICE Custom Coupe, Sedan and two luxurious The look of hand-rubbed walnut trim. Ele

the Florida State Chamber of nerd Custom Wagons. Liquid smooth ride. fiance everywhere. Made by Chevrolet so

Commerce pointed out in Its Power you can order just as smooth and you know what a beautiful value it must be
Weekly Business Review released
this month.
"This long-term gain was the
largest In the nation and compares -
with a 72 per cent national
average Increase. The Florida Increase -
over 1964 was 9 per cent
and the nation's gain was 6 percent
J- a
"Based on actual sales, Florida
farm lands Including buildings
and Improvements had an average NEW CHEVROLET

per acre'value of $333 as of ..,MatUuit &*,krla4db.G.OWAaMV.rN/BaBAva.wV V., ( ,
March this year. Five years ago y: "
sales showed a market value of
$217 and ten years ago, $108. JIT-
"Florida's population growth
and needed room for the state's
expanding manufacturing econo-
my affect agricultural land prices SMOOTHER
directly although It is only for agricultural -
lands that official figure
available. M 'y; We've again specially tailored those coil springs
are %* << *Wj0 #i<
$333"The this average year means per acre a total value in ot g,. "f/ ./niiiiirHViH wru.iwW. G + "' f "f', at every wheel to each body style.We've put In
vestment lands and buildingsof '* IIITatrT ,. new softer shock absorber No Chevrolet has
$4 6 billion. All types of land x ever had a ride like this Power begins with a

are Included from bearing citrus U ), thrifty Six at 165 hp and goes'on from there.
groves and forested lands to raw
acreage." .: _. ,1 AI.. Turbo-Jet V8's available'at 325 tip 390 hp and

.tkgL ,, 425 hp In all the new Impalas Bel Airs and
Pine Level Sport Biscaynes Coup for 1966.Model shown:Impala Super

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders
and family returned home Wed-
nesday night after spending
about 1 Odays with relatives In

Earllngton.Mr .and Pa.Mrs Ernest Holmes NEW CHEVELLE---

were supper guests of Mr and
Mrs Drew Holmes Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler
Friday visited Mr night.and Mrs. L. P. Fortner

Mrs. Paul Driver and daughter -
Renee, visited Mr. and Mrs ,300'.. New 300 Deluxe jet va'". either 325 hp or 360 hp.

R. W. Moseley Saturday night models. New Malibus. And two Both come with special hood \._.
Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited new Super Sport -_-
396'-coupe grille suspension, emblems, red-
j Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberts
in Lake City Sunday afternoon.Mr and convertible-with engines stripe tires floor-mounted shift ,
and Mrs. H. M. Moore that tell you exactly what kind of Twelve beautiful Cheveltes in allChevellestheyareBothareevail _
spent the week end In Morris,
-all as new Inside as they are
Oa, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
able with 390-Cubic Inch Turbo
Roland and Mrs. Charles outside, headlamps, to taillights.
Mrs W, O Thomas of Jack-
sonville, and her father, Will ..
Bennett of Philadelphia Community
visited Mr. and Mrs. L.
P. Fortner Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen
i visited Mr and Mrs. Drew Holmes
Wednesday night
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper
and children visited Mr. and Mrs
L. P. Fortner Tuesday night r
Mr and Mrs. William Moore
visited Mr and Mrs. H M. Moore
Sunday evening. sueH
1 Mr and Mrs Robert Sheppard
and son One, visited Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Hayes Sunday aftir .!
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noon. --r
Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry
and Mr. and Mrs L. P. Fortner A/ova _
SupvSpon Coup
were dinner guests of Mr and Carsa Sport Coro.
Mrs. W. L. Olive Sunday I
I Mrs: B. F. Hayes spent Satur-
day afternoon with Mrs. Eula:

7 Alderman.Mrs. Marcella Wood and daughter CHEVY H '66 CORVAIR UNIQUE

Mona Rae, of Jacksonville It's so different; we should realty call it to a 350-hpTurbo-Fir.V8.You can tv4n" Still
spent the week end with Mr. and the Chevy HI.Roofs America's only rear-engine Lots new Corvair.; like all the 'AA
are swept back order headrests
way for the
front seats and
Mrs. W I. Watts and attended F" car And with the special Chevrolet
steering has
services at Pine Level Church. f on coupes. Fenders grille, hood taillights Mag'sryle a padded dish

Mr and Mrs Drew Holmes '. I and bumpers are new on all seven models. norrocal. dependable
were supper guests of Mr. and 'way to your fully synchronized 3-speed.
night.Mrs. Willie Howell Thursday 'Interiors are richer. Power available up A lot of smart 60 car buyers. we figure, lei of prematurely gray driving. Comas, Moruas. 500. Get one

Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Moore -
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hayes of
Cross City Mr. and Mrs. Jewel
Hayes of Live Oak and B. ... .. ..,.
Hayes were business visitors In

Live Mr.Oak and Mrs. Jorgen Brorsen of ...:-.... ....... '
spent Saturday wtth E HOWARD '
Mr, and Mrs. Drew Holmes '_ PHONE 3 .arriPAGE

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-..l1t.. : I Reports FromWashington I'' ... Junior.. Girls. i Bcachvillc I I

- Rev F E Day of Lake City visited relatives here last week
ioU I'l' ', ,, I filled his regular appointment end.We
Acre Sunday, had real good services are glad to learn that Willie !-
lt : : Mrs. Day came with him, Beach was able to go to the
I would like to make a change home of his daughter, Mrs. C C
: DON pin I the announcement of our re- Hemphlll, last Friday after spending -
By FUQUAU. I vlval which begins Monday night nearly three weeks In the

: S. Congressman Oct. 11! The evangelist will be tit Alachua General Hospital
; I fat I| Rev John Perry of Lake City We were also glad that Bill
Evening services at 1:30: and Sunday Dsrtley was able to return to his
I Towards Adjournment schools research: Institutions, and at 11 o'clock, Sunday Is our home In Newberry after a stay In
; is jour hope that Congress hospitals for research and trainIng annual homecoming We invite the U. F, Medical Center
(Tadjoum around the middle (Including continuing education you to come worship) with us. O D. Beach was a business
r, and Indications from In finding the means to A 1 1v Rev Marvin Odom filled his/ visitor In Gainesville Thursday
i rahlp lead us to believe combat these dread enemies of 1r i I appointment with the Deep Creek and Friday.
;K highly possible. man. Through this cooperative hR Advent Christian Church Sunday L. A, and W. H Tidwell were
Hsvtngseen the House In concession arrangement with the medical I' Rev and Mrs. M. A, Tldmell business visitors In St. Petersburg
for 31 of the 33tIAnths profession and medical Institutions I Junior n() 's------q-- and children. Philip and Shawn Wednesday.A .
XJbave had the privilege we hope to make available ___ formerly of RIchmond. Va., visited burnout shower will be given
serving In the Congress I Rave to physicians and hospitals the his grsndparents. Mr, and Mr and Mri. Otis Odom who lost
t been able to visit the people latest advances In the diagnosis 'Rp Mr.. M M Tldwell. last weekend their home by fire a few weeks
ourjCUntrict as I feel X should and treatment of these diseases Rev Tldwell begins as pastor ago on Saturday night Oct. 9 at
and want to.VI as well as an Intensive effort to t of the Advent Christian ChurchIn 7:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A large number of bills an being find cures for these diseases. Live Oak next Sunday Clyde Odom. No invitations are
scheduled for consideration In We are most hopeful that Florida Mr and Mrs Austin Cannon bring sent out but all are Invited
Ibe next few days and X am hope will be selected as the site for were visitors In Ocala Thursday to attend
al. that[adjournment will come one of the major centers of this Mr and Mrs. Henchel Cason Mr, and Mrs Roger Clark of
program. and children Dewayne and Cam- Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
my, and Mr, and Mrs. Carrol and Mrs. L C Terry Sunday,
Caaon.. all of__ .. __
Heart Itleease. Cancer AndIRl1h' Higher Education Act The JsckMnvlltn were>
The House has House has passed the Hlgh guests of Mr and Mrs. II C. Ca-
Hint a measure which will proMWitaJ Education Act which Is designed son last week end. IT HAPPENEDCVnUnanl :
f emphasis In to meet the growing needs' for Roy Cannon and daughter, ( them rage II
Ibeart disease, cancer, providing college educations for Debbie Sue, of Gainesville were
,' other major diseases young Americans. In the 10 years Above are the junior girls and boys that received medals and certificates at the anneal ..11 Cl.b guests of his mother, Mrs, L. J. hired at the meeting. of the !Su!
for the encouragement from 1964 to 18U. the number of banquet September II (Democrat Staff rh.les) Cannon last week end. wannee County School Board this
j cc In the esUbllhnsl college and university students' Mr, and Mrs. Hots Spooner and week. Mrs. Robert Daughtery was
loe, cooperative ar- climbed from 34 to 41 million daughter Ginger of Jacksonville assigned to Clsylsnd and Lady-
critical need I would point out grams are available for cities today
11 among medical an Increase of 100 per cent. This Advent Christian land schools, while Mrs Albert
accelerated growth will continue that since World War II, not only under a number of statutes served as Vice president of the Roberts will teach music at Mo-
In has our college enrollment Increased student council at Suwannee High Alp In and Wellborn.
our colleges and unlversltl
USE This problem has been particularly but the number of these Mississippi Delegation Challenge Youths Join ArmyTwo School as vice president of his
critical the State of Florida Institutions has shown a fantastic I was pleased that our class during 1983 and 1M4, and Ronald Bailey of the State
where our population growth rate of growth. SInce the war, efforts to prevent the unseatingof youths from the Advent has served on the 4-H Judging Chamber of Commerce presented
UCO has acceleration: of 'the number of state Institutionshas the Mississippi delegation In Christian Home In fowling Park Team. Second In the state for the a film on free enterprise and
seen an our
college population In excess of the risen ISO per cent, from 164 the House of Representstivesproved enlisted In the United States Army 440 relay and hurdles Llbby play small business at a joint meeting
national The establishment to approximately 1.300. successful.: As you know, a September IS. ed football basketball and trackat of the Lions Club and local
rand of many average.new ,junior colleges Our state officials, along with challenge to seating the elected Recruiter Matter Sergeant Buwannre High School. Chamber of Commerce Friday,
\leaden In the educational field Representatives was Instituted by Frank L. Koon said the boys AN --" --
and new state universities to augment -
JSecticide were most Interested In the passage members of the House and the len Outshall and Mervtn J. Libby,
Florida State, the University -
of this legislation, which they Freedom Party on the grounds were guaranteed double options
of Florid and Florida AAM
FOR felt was critically needed' to meet that the elections In Mississippi prior to their enlistment. Both
ls Indicative of that growth.AU
this need In our state and nation. had been In violation of the Con- were guaranteed duty and train.
of these will benefit from PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
RESULTS this measure which 1s designed to stitution. Ing In the Airborne following
Rural Water And Sanitation I pointed out that It Is requiredby completion of basic training, and
assist our states In meeting
Facilities A measure which has House precedents that challenges I In addition were entiled as "bud- I OF
..................................................... passed the House and which will must be made by official dies", with the assurance they
mean much to our rural comBunltlea candidates for the office, which will be members of the Identical
: Is the Rural Water and was Dot the case In this Instance. basic training unit and will go VJ FARM MACHINERY
Sanitation Facilities Act I was mot pleased that we were through every phase of that primary -
TILE WORMER PELLETS This bill would allow for the able to beat back a determined Inslnitcton together.
government to make or Insure attempt to unseat these Congress Outahall served as president of t
loans for public and puasl-puDUc men who were duly elected for I his church group l*>t year, and Monday, October 11,
RANGE PELLETS agencies and corporations not for feel that what was attempted has served as vice president of the
Beginning; at lOiOO A.M.
profit to build and operate water could well have been a decidedly .-lt Club and treasurer of the rue
supply systems and waste disposal dangerous blow to our electoral lure Farmers of America at Live
systems serving rural communities process. Oak He was cited as an out.
standing member of the !Suwannee If you have tractors & equipment to sell'', bring themIn
alf Suckle This U a crying need In these Pollution Control Measure I Bulldogs basketball team for early or contact u*.
FRMCOMPLETE United States. The continued am most pleased to see passage the IMI-ga season
growth of our population places of the Clean Air and Solid Waste Libby Is the current president We expect to hue about 100 tractors and 400 piecesof
nna Bottles in ever Increasing demand on our Disposal Acts Wt an all concerned It the local ..n chapter, has equipment. you wish to buy, we will have aloud
: land and water '"""rt'M. While over the pollution of our I selection\ for you to choose from.
the Congress has approved legislation rivers and streams and the air we flab a rvdsral Air Pollution Con.

LINE OF providing Federal assist brestne. trot Laboratory. It provides foe Wo curry a full line of New.Harrows, notary Cutter,
anc to the cities. to provide adequate Take for example the stggT the development of better methods
water and sanitation fa- Ing proportions of solid waste of disposing of solid wastes 4 Wheel Wagons with bodies, and Lime Hpreadereat
F-R-M FEEDS muss for city resident, rural disposal In this country Avail discarded. matter Including gar- a low price. It you are In the market', come to
areas are not eligible able data Indicates that current bag, rubbish, ashes, demolition nee us.
Treatment of raw sewerage will production of solid wastes In urban debris, abandoned auto, old re.
stem the tide of pollution In our eommunlUes amounts to half frlgvrators and the wastes fromslaughterhouses.
and water provided pinion pounds dally, and this .
waters pure rsnnerlre manufacturing
'. F-R-M FEED STORE for these people. Some JO,000 total. will triple by I"'. I. plants and hospitals COLQUITT TRACTOR CO. j
rural communities need new water nil bill Is not the answer, but Other pollution measures will
oat Howard St. LU. Oak Florida and sanitation facilities and will be a start. It will set the be considered by the Congress, MOULTRIE. GEORGIA PHONE 985.5048MINIOASKT1(
.\ this program will aJtist them. II I standards for allowable automo for this Is one of the most serious/
...-........ ,...........,.............................. would point out that such proIOP bile exhaust fumes and te e tsb-. problems facing our nation today.




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herein de.crlb.d or any part 'h.... Don and Ordered hi Uvo 0.... Flan Avenue. Live Oak {SnwaanMa
Ida, thin 4th day of October. A. D. ltd. Ii04o.Location .
Last Rites Held Alcohol DangersTo Defendant. Oraatlngai LAVA-UOHN A. SESSIONS of The H..d...........!
LEAVE Yoa an hartfcy notified that a pro- Clerk of Circuit Court Fubllahert Louie C, WadawortBos
PO'T 'EM- coadlni to quiet tltlo baa bn brought Buwanna County, Florida 17*, Uv Oak. Florida
In th. Circuit Court for Buwannao County. (BEAD Editor T. A. ......... Jr., I'
Friday For Be ExplainedState FlorMn, agalnat all .....on. ...h.. Byt Lillian Bedford, D. c. 170. Llvo Oak. Florida" It..
Ing anpatat.. right, tltlo or IntaraitIn. 11-14 Owner Louie C. WadawortljOak.

Thomas W. ScottFuneral MOVE 'EM Morris has Beverage announced Director that Ren a ; or"Iorld.Do.it property flan. upon ettuate, tho I In following.......deacrlbedraal .. County THIRD IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF Xnowa Other Holding, Florida.Bondholder.Security 1 Percent U04 Holder. or II.More....Own...O.

B.glnnlng on tho North aid. of FLORIDA. IN AND FOR SUWAN
held Fr state-wide program will begin this Duval Street IS eat W..t..... NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Amount of Bonda, Mortgagee 1or
services were BecurlUeat" Small
from Ita InUraaetlon with tho Waitaid. DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF Bu.lne*
month to the men and 'I
help young II Fairlio .
mlnl.tratlon. St.
day afternoon at the First Bai of Hamilton Street and running VERA H. DICKIE. -
women of Florida and their par. Atlanta Ga. SOS4I.Total
Northward parall.l tv
tlst Church for Thomas Whit PlaintiffBYRL'w. No. Cop," Printed I A EST
SI faat than North.
ents understand the dangers Involved ton n.
worth Scott, 84. who died Wednesday I adward 41 fort to a point I5 tat DICKER;. No.. Coplea Rack laauo During
: ceding If Mentha (iOOiSlntl
In violating the state law Northward trim DuraRtr.rt and Defendant :
after lengthy illness a ... Neareat To Date .
a Filing
21 feet Weatward from HmnlltoaStrait Dickie. whoa ...Id...*
which prohibits persona under :21 : Byrl W. Paid Circulation (Bola. tbrourh.a !
lie wi e .
hospital. Ea.tw.rd
a West Florida thenao p..I1.1.0 la unknown. .
Sink Bar If to buy, consume or have In pos Duval Street II feet to th* Wait To. ar* hereby notified that a Complaint and carrier, otreet vadormentor E
a member of the Rocky J alai : Average N. tEach
session alcoholic beverages of any aid. of Hamilton Street thence for Divorce and Other Relief. has I.... PreredlnMonth.
tlst Church Masonic Lodge an Northward along the Wait aldo of ..... filed la the abov named. Court III: Single Inaal .
Mizell Produc kind. Hamllun strait III feet thence and you are required. to> aervo" a .op of .
employed by t Filing Date 1540
was result Weatward 171 feet parallel to Duval your a.... or pleading. to tha Com .
Violation of this law can .uk.eriptloiAvian No. C
Company.Rev. Strait, thence Southward parallel plaint upon tho Plaintiff. Attorney Each .... Darin..dl....*
In criminal record that will Hamilton Street 107.I fat P. O. Bon aO..
Charlie Webb and Re'' a with Wm. Randall Slaughter. Montha lid* Single l.au. :
thence Eaatward. 70 feet parallel I live Oak. Florida and file th* arlglnal : I
damage the future for a eat To Filing Date lilt. ,
Vernon Clifton officiated Burlt young with, Duval Street thence South In th* office of the Clerk of the Clrrnlt Total Paid Clrcuhtloat
in the Live Oak Cemeter: 1 man or woman endanger the opportunities ward parallel with Hamilton Street I Court Buwanneo County. Live Oak Copra Eack laau During Average.......
was 107.I feet, thence Kaatward along florid., on or before the Sib day of
t for college or a successful II Montha 1400: 1I'.a"' I
with Reginald Scott Jr. conducting Iwaar the North aide of Duval Strait 41 No..m""'... A. D. ltl. If you care toconteit Neareat T. Filing Dal 1170 I
Masonic Graveside Rites career. Morris said. feet to the point/ of beginning being the ._.. otkerwlee the aUcga-,. Free Dl.trlbatloa (By mail Carrie J
a portion of lot I, Block 4', of tlon. of the complaint will b. taken a.eonfeeeed ether
Survivors include the wife, Mfl The program will be in the form tho City of Live Oak, according to by you. Each .mean.I..... Durfng Average Preceding No., "J IMontha
Jamie C. Scott; one daughter of an advertising campaign supported th. A.aeaaor'o Block Book prepared Don. and Ordered In Lives Oak. Florida 101! Simla ..... Naaj
by the George G. Ehrenberg. Co.. on thin 4th day of 0.1""'... A. Ik I'*S. To Filing Date ... I the
Mrs. Mildred Carmichael of Llv by manufacturers, whole. file In the Office of th. Tax A..... LAVAUGHN A. SESSIONS Total Dl.trlbutloal Average No. (t
Oak; five sons Reginald Scol salers. distributor., and retailersof our of Suwannee County. Florida Clerk of Clreult CourtSuwanne .lee Rash ...u. During Preeedlnt nigl
Scott Rudolph Scot alcoholic beverages, who have And you are hereby required to file County, Florida Montba 1410]; Single laau* N.< fan,
Sr. Ralph taQACCtnua with tho Clerk of said Court your writ- (BEAD) cat T* Filing Dat -- SltO. I
and Otho Scott all of Live Oak joined together to form the Flora tea appearance, ...., defanae. or other By I Lillian Radford. D. C Office U... Leftover. Unaccou seas

and Virgil Scott of HIaleah; on e a Ida Volunteer Group for Understanding Complaint pleading on* In or said before proceeding tho. Itk, day to the of tl-14 Copies Spoiled Each Aft.laaue Printing During! Average Precedl' 1] neltt

sister Mrs. Florida Hardle o' November. I0.l, and thereafter to ..r.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1* Montha -- HO: Blngl .. on\<
and 11 a oopy on the Plaintiff attorney. L. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND N.....' To Filing Data -- III. .,
Tampa: 13 grandchildren Arthur 10."' ..., Jr.. F. O. Boa 100.Llv FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. F1OR- Total Average No. Ceple, Fack t. of UMi
greatgrandchildren.Active Ooh Florida, aettlng u, th* .. ... IDA. IN CHANCERY During Preceding It Montha
includct IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE right title or Interest In, .. lien upon, DOROTHY KIRKPATRICK JKLINKK 1100 I "I.." I.... Neoreat
pallbearers THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND the above deacrlbed" property claimed Plaintiff, Filing Dat. 1171. 54Nthr01
Reginald Scott Jr., Jerry Scott FOR BUWANNEC COUNTY. FLORIDA by you. Herein. fall not. or Judgment .... I certify that the atatemonta mad
Bryor IN CHANCERYH. will be entered agalnat you by default ARTHUR LEONARD JCL1NEK.Defendant .. who.. are correct and romnlet*.
Virgil Scott Allison A.Rr'flQ' E. vitneea my hand and aaal of sold LOUIE C. WADSWORPubllaker gain
Scott and Douglas Carmichael. 4mYS oc PRY IIVEI' NE LEECH.Plaintiff. Court at Ll.. Oak. Florida, this lib NOTICE magiBoth
J. E. va.GRACE. day of Orb..bar, 1141LAVAUbHN. TOt ARTHUR LEONARD JfLINEK.
Honorary pallbearers were E AND cv Y'ap iNyr FIRE. ODOM ALLEN. .t a I., A. SESSIONS who. .. ...Id.".. I. 114 Grew Street NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
Henry Tom Henry, Luke Ml/ell, t.c1h'AR Defendant. <(< lerk of Circuit Court Royeraford. Penn.ylv.rtla. TAX DFFD first
M. Clark, Ream rNFM AIYAY/ NOTICE TO DEFEND By a' Lillian Radford YOU ARK: HERESY NOTIFIED ,h.t So*. 14.1'. FA
C B. Warner, THE BTATR Of FLORIDA Deputy Clerk a Complaint for Divorce. child aupnnrl NOTICE: IS HFREHT: GIVEN. tk tog 1
M Harrell. Reece Brown Ralph TOt Grace Ortom A Urn, ..ho.. ....Id.n.. 11-14 and .Itorn.,', fan, h.. been filed. Ira Moore, the holder of the folio, Bodid
Harry Howes, t JIM. iltAMM juMAIIUM INailTUTM t' 1 'Sta.JIl h! and mailing eHdre.a I. unknown! aialaat you and you are required' to mg eertiflcaleo. .baa filed said _If...,
Cox. Harvey Perry. Jam.. H. Allen, whoa place of TIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nerve a spy of your .".... or other for a las deed. to bo land ,........ Tl i J
Leon McDonald Jim Carmichael residence and malllne. eiidre.i la THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF pleading to the. Complaint oa the Plain certificate ........ aad year of Joe the 1]
Joe Boatright. M. A.. I> Ane.ta.la Hind St. Auiuetln. FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN tiff'a Attorney. U Arthur Lawrence.Jr. aac. tko deaerlptionj. of tko propert '
Jim Mimi St. John. County, Florid.I Frank NEE COUNTIN CHANCERY Bon 105. Uv Oak. Florida and the name Ht which H was aaaeai.. die
Mitchell. J. J. English W M.. Allen who.. plae of reeldene and DIVORCE .4 jl.Dth* original' anawer or other are .. follow I 8tev.
Jack M. Cross Sr.. J.. Construction Begins Welfare Board milling add.... I I. to* Red....... NEVIN M. STEWART, BR. pleading In the office. of the Clerk of Certificate No. IT.
Carmichael Ay** Norfolk. Vlnrlnl.i Bally Hal. PlaintiffCORA Clraalt Court of Bawanne (Coat.,, Year of laauancot 1001Description cats
Z Bonds, H. V. Sapp. J. D. Carmichael At County Fair Site .... whoM time of realdene and ... Florida en or before November" I. toss. of Preawrtyt Lot II. Be Tl
S NeelY Bud Her- m.lllnc .dd..... I. lOll 5t.,, Rd, A. BTKWART It you fall to do ... a Decree Pro Co: *. erly Hllle. ....'10. a. T.w..uhlp
0 Workmen under General Members\ MeetIn N.W., Wa.hlniton, D. C. i ....nnt. Defendant final) will bo entered agalnat' you for Boutk. Range 11 Rat camiquat
rell, Clarence doff Laure B. Rob. T. J. Fletcher Sr. this Allen whoa. place of ...Id.n.. and TO I Cora A. Stewart whoa ..d....., the relief demanded m the Complaint M... In wklck" aaaeaMdi Mr lee
Manager mailing acldr... la MI4 Cherry re.ld.nt or realdeneo I. unknown. This th* Ilk day of October, lnss LIII. c.....
green week began preparing for the Av Apt IT, Long '. Coil.format You are hereby notified that a eom. VAUGHN A. SESSIONS An of f aid prooerty bake ra tl
W. 'H. Harrell. A. H. Howard. Suwannee County Fair at Lake Georila Cl.,,, who.. place plaint for 'lvor.. baa .been filed In th* Clerk of the Circuit Court I County: .f ........ Slate of Florid
C. W. Clayton. 1965 City of mold one..nd mailing' addreae I. above named. Court and you era reoulr Buwannee Coo"I,. Florid Voice. ..... certificate or eertlflcauball
Heber Newland the Coliseum cite. The annual P, O. Hoes 183 Hopewell, Virginia| ed. to ..r.. a sops of your ...... or By ml Lillian Radford .. be redeemed aeeordla. to law th I.
Tom Allen Bob Morrison and will officially Monday Mrs. Robert Engstrom and Roy thou unknown op.,... kolre at law, pleading to the Complaint' apon tho Deputy Clerk I, property .......... ta inak eectlfkate .
event open d..I...., letateei, or aranteee. or 'l.lntllf. Attorney Wm. RandallHlaiighter. 11.! .. cortlflaatoo" will bo oald. to the blgboMdor .
Farris Meeks. October 18, and extend Hunter of Live Oak attended a oth. p.r.on. or parti.) claiming P. O. Boi ". Live Oak, > at tho court boa door- on t<_
Suwannee Funeral Home was In the week closing Saturday meeting of the District Three .b.. through under or ...In.' Johnnl Florida, and file the original, la lb..f- STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP i furl Monday la Maajtk of N.._ .
Allen, deeeaeedi and their r.. 'le. of too Clerk of tho Circuit Court.Buwanneo MANAGEMENT' AND CIRCULATION 041. which la tko lit day of NevemfcJIIOS.
charge of arrangements. night. Welfare Board In Lake City, September apecUv* unknown ........... If Ii.. County, Uv Oak, Florida Date of Filing I October" U" | i
a livestock and 29. Mrs Engstrom and In. and It dead th.lr, unknown on ar before Ik. lth day. *f Noveaifeer, Title of Publication l Tbe Suwaane I Dated tkla IsO day ml CH...... I oil, I
The arena
new h.lra at law devlaeea, ....t.... or A. D. lit. If yon aare to .0"_' tba Democrat.Frequency LAVAUOHN A. .RSSIONul
cattle barn will be used for the Hunter represent Suwannee 0-ranteea. and all pnona tl.lmlng ....., otherwlee the alleiallona. th. of ...... Weekly.Location i Clerk. of CI...." Court efBuwaaaeo I
Fetnler Pig Sale first time this year and per. County on the nine-county board. any ....tate right, tltlo or I.......' Complaint will/ .. taken aa ...,..... by of Known Office. of Publlca.float : County, Florida
In or tin upon, ,.. ml Comer Coaaer: Street sad Pino 11.11
held at property row
A feeder pig ale will milled expansion of the livestock Members of the District Three --- :. II i

the Suwannee Valley Auction department under chair Board were guests of Lake City I

Market Friday Oct. 15, according manship of Ed Butler. Mayor James R. Tlson for the ..

'to County Agent Paul Crews. Farm and community, school afternoon. Following a luncheonat

Farmers who plan to sell pigs and commercial exhibit will the Red Barn Restaurant, WITH FOOTBALL NOW

at the auction should contact the again be located In the Coliseum where Mayor Tlson greeted the

county agent's office by Monday, and the wet annex. Poultry group, they went to the City Hall

Crews said will be displayed In the east where the board held Its regular
annex monthly meeting after a tour, I
.r rr

that(Continued far too few From of Pile Its 1)ablest 9 Months Rainfall 'Top Officer SEND A SUWANNEE\ DEMOCRAT

business men give the body support 50 Incites tl
Brings -
only In the form of a small Visits Jaycees TO OUR BOYS IN SERVICE?

yearly membership fee. thi I Precipitation in Live Oak during /I _
The annual meeting of 1985 to September 24 r' .
\ .a
within a few days' Gary Prey of Tallahassee, na
group cornea 'j totaled an even 50 Inches, according .
It Is hoped there will be a revlvj to the Florida Crop and tlonal director of the Junior J :
boa I Chamber of Commerce for FlorIda
of Interest and that more Livestock Reporting Service.
business and professional met I spoke to the Live Oak Jaycees !
The first three weeks In Sep "
will recognize the obligation the tember saw 339 Inches of rain. Tuesday saying that Live ... i

have In assuring an active and Total rainfall for the Live Oak Oak had the top club of the six .
communities in its district.
aggressive Chamber of Commerce area compared favorably with :
Is needed In this community. other North Florida local figures Frey praised the Jaycees here
I for their "fine work" in civic
which ranged from 41.7 to &3.11
There are many, many other Inches for the nine-month period I projects. i
projects and problems that need I Reports were heard on several _

attention but unfortunately we projects planned or now being

seem to lack that vital Interest Poultry Show Entries carried out, Including a shotfun

In communly affairs that never Must Meet Deadline raffle, sale of hats and tics fur t r., t tl
met. prize money in the County Fair 4
rests until goals are
Poultry show entries In the
the Youth Heifer Show, and upcoming .
At least we can pinpoint
County Fair may be arranged by
Results will Halloween candy pale
areas of concern.
contacting Arnett Hlllhouse su-
depend on how well we Allison Scott chairman of thu'Roll
lerlntendent of the poultry show,
and accept the responsibility the Barrel" project which
before Monday Oct. 18. at the
that goes with citizenship involves visiting other clubs In '
poultry barn the
near Agrlcul-
In a community. ural Coliseum the area, reported that the club
was successful in Its first outingUnemployment .
The budget for the show has
been Increased this year, offer-

COMMISSIONERSContinued ng more attractive cash prizes. In r .
( From Pile 1)) according to County Agent Paul VLL t1t'

A donation of property for Crews.

right-of-way for a road from the Those desiring to enter the Florida DropsThe
Mayo Road to Pine View School how*, which Includes chickens

, was accepted from Bernice Bak. ducks turkeys, quail pheasants. Florida economy is moving

I' er at the meeting. and other fowl, must have a along at a clip of fifty thousandnew

' Matt Cross county engineer, veterinarian's. health certificateto Jobs a year.Confirming I 0

,0 presented the Board with a road prove their entries are not di the fast moving

and bridge property record which seased.Va Florida Job picture State Industrial .

was approved. Commission\ Chairman J. D.

k. The commissioners moved to
f advertise a change In the locationof employment growth in August
the Dowllng Park voting pre. National Guard Meet continued the yearly trend of well ,

cinct to the Civic Center of the Brig Oen. Louie C. Wadsworthwas above fifty thousand over a year

Advent Christian In Miami Beach last week at- ago. The total Jumped 64,800
, I home tending the 87th General Conference above August 19C4 and S.600 ai

I of the National Ouard above July to 1.851,900. .

RESIGNSContinued Association of the united States. At the same time. Wright said,

( From Page 11) The event opened Sunday afternoon unemployment in August dropped

Mrs Pierce teaches 8th grade at and closed Thursday night 10.800 from a :year ago and

Pine View School. with the annual states dinner 8.200 from July to 76.800. August

f Everett Williamson will succeed Oen. Wadsworth served as one marked the seasonal upturn toward

Pierce on a part.tlme baste of Florida's. 10 delegates and was the fall and winter highsIn

Pierce is director of the newly a member of the time and place nonfarm employment Wright Eia i

formed Suwannee River Evangelistic committee of the association. aald.

Association a group of laymen C si I He reported that every major

and ministers who practice lay H. Fennell Industrial category was well above ;
t August last year.
personal and group evangelism he
1 said. In Rescue OperationSeaman Services at 174.800 was 11.200

Apprentice Ray R. above August 1944: wholesale and
He has also accepted a position
as distributor for Saladmaster Fennell USCO. son of Mr. and retail trade 408.600. up 9.500; t

Irs. Aurin O Fennell of Route 6, manufacturing 240,300 up 7.400. I ': r

,,1 Corporation.Pierce Is a member of the Ministerial Live Oak. participated In air-sea I contract construction 138.900, up SUBSCRIPTION RATES

search and rescue: operations 4.800; trannportatlon-communlca- ,
Alliance, was 1984 chairman r ,
of the Cancer Crusade here, Sept. 17 for a private plane reported tlons-uUllUea 111.700. up 4.200;

and Is a director of the Klwanls overdue on a flight from and finanee-tnaursnce-rest estate IN THE COUNTY $4.00 YEAR OUTSIDE COUNTY $5.00 YEARSUWA'NEE

Club. the Azores to Bermuda.He 97.300. up 3.300.

CUr was serving aboard the J55- Cr.

foot high endurance Coast Ouard Johnaon Reunion Set

CHRISTIAN Cutter Sebago. which operatesout The Reunion of the J. A. Johnson

(Continued From Page 1) of Mobile Ala. family will be held at the

varsity of Florida, where he starred CU Recreation Center In Live Oak D Elf OCRAT

as an athlete and was namedto CorrectionLast Sunday, October 17. AU relatives \

AB Circuit and friends are Invited to attend.
Florida Blue Key lie holds week's story on
and MA degree from the Gainesville Court stated that condemnation U. FLORIDA

university and has done advanced sum were being heard between Capt Joe U. Brown nephewof

work at Peabody College Florida Power and Light Com Mrs. Horn It. Mills of Live

'and Columbia University pany and property owner, This Is Oak and graduate of Suwannee .
Christian Is married to the erroneous High spent some Urn in Live Phone 362.1734 P. O. Box 370

former Margaret Uttlejohn of The suits concern Florid Power Oak visiting Mend and relatives .
.' Cleanrater. The Christians have Corporation not Florida Power' before returning to active duty at 41111. t;

three children. and Light 1'Or8ID., Okla. Oct. 4.

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Yarbor'ch 17 71 LieI
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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 21 Pwrtcrfkld. IS SS 1.11 .
't fled / .8. b1 1 ot'J
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t. Bulldogs Lose To!r Macclenny 6-0 I Svwanne PASSINGAltCmp. Int. Yd.*.TD ..

r Bawdoln U 4 48 I

: Both Teams Handicapped By Wet I Sntcunnee high School "IT Team RECEIVING Macrlrnnyrortrrfirld S t SS .1 I

k Field Caasht 1'... TD
; Many Local Fans Attended Suwannt

rerbin I." S
t' The Macclenny Wildcats battled out a 6-0 win over BM 1 S S LARRY SIMMONS I
the Suwannee Bulldogs of Live Oak there last Friday; Harris tit.
, night on a rain-soaked field. A large crowd of Live Oak Marcknny
;r. fans were on hand to witness the first defeat of the 1965 oa hedge t SS ... ,
.' season for the Bulldogs and saw a defensive duel where I PUNTING ,..-\ ?
:.. neither team WM able to ham I Tusk Wad. A,i. It ;)
I. on to the pigskin for any JenfUi I STATISTICS 8nwsnnrBaas .
I. of time. Saw. Mae.to F. t S< .
. Mscclennr held the Bulldog I First Dawn 1* 9 MaC'C'1t'1ID1
54 net yards rushing and 4C: arch, Rushing. Yardage IT 171to llodi S 1 17rortorflrld
. through the air but were able I Yds. Lot Rushing 37 41 1 II -.i
"!"01 _,
a gain only 131 yard from scrtm- Net Rothlng .t 131
mate and 23 via the air rout Passe Attempted 1C 5 Wildest a first and ten from the
Both teams were about even on r.... Completed 4 I Lire Oak 14. Turner caught For
first downa with Live Oak making raising Yardage 41 13 terfltld for a two yard loss a* the
tr 10 and the opponent 9. Yard Penalised. IS SS half ended with neither team
ie Bowdoin. Baa, and BiKpham Tine Penalised 1 3Fwablfw scoring
T did most of the ball handling for Last S 1 I Third Quarter
.. the Bulldogs while Halfback Eddie I Member al the "8" team ef Sawanne High are shown. store. Left U right are front row, Vie Bass returned Va rboroull h'.
. Yarborough and Quarterback second and eight from the II I Miller $4. Eddie. Law IS. Dn Watson It, Gtynn Jernlgaa 14, Mathew Bennett 4*. Steve BTMUMI 44.Unay kickoff from the Un Oak IS to
Steve Porterfleld" led the Wildcats yard line ran right end. cut back I TamUnMa 11. CIa,... Sapp3. BUI H gan 71, and David Garrison 11 Second row, reach the 28 but h* and Bispham were
on the carry. over the center of Lire Oak's secondary I Sanford Charles WUlUms 4*. Harold Landc .I, Lester 11.11 II. Bin Rigging 1/. Bobby usher 45, I unable to move the ball and he
'I. The only score of the game and ran Into the end one Bkhard Cooper I*. W. C. Sweat 33. Allison Dee II. and Travis Beatrigai 7$. Third row. Mitchell punted to midfield and Ysrbor-
came near the end of the third oUlh ran It baa kto the Live Oak
quarter when Warren Hodge with on field.the left aide of the muddy Kirkland. 13. Gary Brown IS. Larry Tyre M. Keith Stapleton IS. Jimmy Hale U. Kenneth HarrellIS. 43 Fullback Jimmy Yarborough
Terry Basseraaasi 'I, 0law 7S. Mike ritlmaa 13. and manager Jerry Wright. N4 chews cam In and he and Eddie Yare
t Live Oak waa penalised onetime
.id.f for clutching a face mask are Anthony Lefevre and Albert "'OU.... Democrat( Staff ,...) borough halfback picked up a WAYNE CHENEY .
.ft and Macclenny oenallaed three -
,. -
times for off sides Interference and seven bo*> Dale caught Qusrterback Bass ran five yards In two play
and a personal foul. Forterfleld for a three and Bowdoin tumbled and recovered -
Fin Quarter yard lots and Hodge again punted for no gain Baa punted to SAMPLE BALLOT
Larry Simmons kicked off to Co the Live Oak 13 and Bass rant the Wildcat II.
Macclenny and Yarborough returned out to the 21. Baas ran over Porterfield ran right up the
fro mthe II to the Wildcat center on first down for nine middle for M yard to his 43 yard SPECIAL ELECTION
34. After he and Lam pickedup yards to end the first quarter line. With four minute remainingIn
five yards and rorterneld's Second Quarter the half Porterfield fumbled
pals to Crews war Incomplete: On the nest play Baas pickedup and Live Oak recovered on the SUWANNEE COUNTY FLORIDA
J4t I Hodge punted out of bounds on all and a first down on the Ilacclenny 47 Avery earn In and
the Live Oak 30. Live Oak II. Bowdoin passed Incomplete ran left end for four yards and
Baal and Bispham picked up to Harris and Bispham i on his second trip to the left PRECINCT NO.NOVEMBER .
three quick first down through ran over left tackle for I yards fumbled and the Wildcats recov-
the line down to the Maedenny An Incomplete pass to Baa left ere don their 33. 2, 196S
44. Here Bispham and Bowdoin fourth and two and Baa puntedto Here Yarborough moved 14
were held and Baas punted to the the Wildcat 27 yard In two plays and Porter- PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTSMake
Macclenny 14. I The Bulldog\ held Hodge and field completed. a pus to Hodge
Porterfield ran up the middle I Yarborough to four yard In for II yard to the Live Oak 41
for one yard and Live Oak was three play and lodge punted to After Hodge fumbled and recov. a cross (X) mark In the square at the HIGHT for the Amendment or
penalised IS yards for tackling'''I the Live Oak SO where lieu returned Bred and Porterftold threw two against the Amendment
by the nose guard of the helmet to the Live Oak 44. Bow. Incomplete passe PorterfieU
Yarborough>> and Hodge moved the doin .completed his first puss of punted to the Live Oak 1ft yard
I BOB DALE -I ban to midfield but on third down the_game to Cbrbtn for IS yard i line and Bas fumbled giving the No. 1Constitutional No. 4
..N.NNp..NNNNNNNN.N.NNN.ea NN.NNNN.NNUNNNN .N..NN.NpNNN NNU.N..NNNN.N.NNNN.Nq Amendment Constitutional AmendmentTo
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To Article V. Article IX

: Section 5. Road Bonds-Proposing an amendment .
Subeectlons (UI) and ((2)Judiciary. ) to ArtIcle/ IX of the Mate Con ,
e t/tut/on br adding section to be
District Courts of Apn.mbered b, the Secretary of State
pealrropoalfijr an amendment to authorising' the (Issuance of bonds
Article V, Section 8, subsections ((1) not to exceed: 1.100,009,000. with
and ((2)) of the State Constitution to out legislative' approval', for the
provide' that the slate shall be divided construction and reconstruction of
'Into four or more appellate primary' roads 'Into four or more
! district of contiguous counties/ as Ian. highways and to p.ylltty percent
the Legislature may prescribe and of the right of way coats there
that the Legislature mar provide of: pledging' \ certain tag funds: pro.
for additional' judges for any district vluing powers and duties of the
J IT'S FUN TIME AGAIN court of appeal and may reStale Hoard of Administration' the
duce the number of any district' to Florida Development' Commission' '
not lens than three, anti the State Road Department
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: Suwannee County Fair Constitutional No. Amendmint 2 Constitutional No. AmendmentTo 5

To Article V. Section 1, Article! IX. Section 13

Df Adding Subsections TaaatonPropolng! an amend

C2AI) and ((20)) ment to Article IX,Section 13 of the
State Constitution to 'Include' mobile
Judiciary', Lake County Judge homes, trailer coaches, house trailer .
and Livestock Shows Proposing( an amendment to Article *, etc., the definition of
: S V. Section 7 of the State Constitution motor vehicles'uunder' and thus subjectto
by adding subsection ((2A) a license tax only'
and ((20)) providing that the LegU-. __
lature may provide' without referendum .
: thereon for one additional yon THE AMENDMENT

County Judge el-Lake County,

roR TIlE AMfur0141xyAGAINIT E'1

: (Heifer Show Oct. 19.20)) TIlE AMENDMENT


L Bring The Entire Family : : Constitutional Article No.V,AmendmentTo 3 Section 9

Judiciary, Palm Reach County
ADMISSION: Children 15c Adults 35c .}. Criminal' Court of R.cord-Pro.

; f posing art amendment to Article V,
' _EVERYBODY MUST HAVE A TICKET OR PASS- Section 9 of the State Constitution

; to provide that the Clerk of the
Circuit Court 'In Palm Heath County
and Better Midway Attractions shall also be and serve as the Clerkof
Bigger the Palm IWach County Criminal
Court of Record.

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(,.&J..4. A* R.toired l Br n-"' Law By TV. Board! of CmaatyCaxmly c..u..fotwr. ,.

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Clock-Timed Conveyors Signs Fall Be
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Automation Makes Work EasierIn THE RECREATION CENTER

Photographic Color Labs

Washington-Automation of the National Geographic -
reasons failure of women's classes Monday, ,
,( fJ The for Tut -
turned technicians -
Society's photographic laboratory has
Ip the band the "Emotions" of day, and Thursday nights Oner
into eavesdroppers. Jacksonville\ to appear at the again women are reminded .
Taking over tedious darkroom chores in the Society'snew Saturday dance are not known at check with a physician If there
color laboratory, a clock-timed conveyor immersesfilm this tIme. The incident is regrettable la any doubt that they can tab
into developer, drains the i k '-etc and precautions will be the strain of the exercises.
A tiny scratch on film can be- 0PEN 5/ft/
film, then moves It on to a seriesof G taken to insure against a similar
horrendous scar on an enlarged
come a
other baths. s incident in the future The "Dark Tennis Is becoming the mal
The technician in charge of the print To correct such a DrlySCiOo Horsemen" of Lake City will play activity at night with cool weather
huge automatic processor does gouge, the laboratory technician Saturday 8 to 11 pm. coming Rain has dampen-n
Immerses the film in a silicone
not even need to watch. He merely activity some but the.tennis com
solution that retracts light to the
keeps an ear tuned to the intercom Suwannee High Schools colors was used until 11 pm. twice last
the original film.
degree as
From the sounds the same cH Included in the paintingof week
To remove a small spot, a tech- a will be
processor makes, he is Instantly nician touches it with black dye the Inside walls next month as
aware of trouble or knows when applied with a brush made of fine a token of "Bu'ldog"! support. The Oreen team, composed ..'
the film U ready.Technicians 1 Richard Sullivan Roger Hacke
sable hair. The black spot on the ,
to Earl
no longer have MP. F Jordan Carlton
color negative results in a light a: The family reunion held on the William!
hand. Solu- WATCH and Ronnie
pour chemicals by Baldwin
dot on the positive. This can pR playground lost Saturday found won th
tions automatically feed Into the football game Saturday
then be tinted with a color dye to w the swings and other equipment 20-18 Over -
baths adjacent from room.storage The drums pressure in an of match the surroundings. CHILDREN "rye CNII A E I I well used by the younger set Silas.the Hal White.Fletcher.Wesley David and Lama Hack
The National Geographic Magazine Should any group desire to use
nitrogen in the storage drums er. and Robbie Moore
gas 4'
has been experimentingwith the area at night, it can te light on th
pushes the solution through con- White team. Another
color for 55 years. In 1910 it I[ ed. game wl i
tubes. Nitrogen is used instead be held
necting published "Scenes in Korea and Saturday, 9:30 a.m.
of air because it does not .
:n.ens___ with.n___ afire n__ rhpmlrftla______n'!___ I Japan," a 24-page series that was I A girls' volleyball league will
Automatic machinery perform the largest collection of color: not be formed u no requestswere Increase Needed
photographs that had ever been I made for registration. However Assuming the
routine tasks better than peoplecan same rate of con
says Milton A Ford, supervisor published in a single issue of any One sign of fall to children going back to net ooL Other rims remind motorists that they are anyone desiring to play vol- sumption and the predicted U s
of the color photography magazine. near a school. Driven are urged to watch for rise children and obey the signs, J leyball can do so by arranging a population of 245<< million In 1980
section Color pages soon began appearing '. -- time with the director for the Florida will have to increase rte
"A human being has a tendency regularly in National; Use Warm Soft ColorsIf try decorating it with warm soft green art goo dfor a room with a court and equipment vegetable production 38 per cent
to make occasional mistakes," Geographic, transforming the colors like tan or yellow to giveit sunny exposure. Today' colored : In order to supply the same
he explains "The machine keepe magazine into a kind of periodical your bathroom is on the side I a cheery look says the Plumbing I fixture enable you to create any I I Sore muscles are being workedout of vegetables per capita amount -
the process uniform thus we have never before known Its staff (>f the house away from the sun. Fixture Mfrs Assn Blue or decor you desire. as exercises Increase In the now at
_. .
started photo laboratory and -
a "- M' - -
better control of the operation.
began working with various color
Meanwhile the highly
technician is free to do what he's processes Lumiere, Agfacolor,
Flnlay, and Dufay that preceded -
trained to do He doesn't have to '
Eastman's 35mllllmeterKodachrome.
spend valuable time draining film
The advent of 35
and watching a clock"The
millimeter removed the shackles
Society's color specialists
from photographers and permitted -
process film, enlarge transparencies -
them to make dramatic action
and produce prints some-
in color.
times in spectacular size. For the pictures
Pcople-to-PeopIe Exhibit at the Before National Geographic ,
New York World's Fair, 33-milli moved into its new white-marble
meter slides were enlarged 60 headquarters building in 1964, the f'
times their original size into pan- color laboratory had only four
el prints measuring five feet by rooms in the old headquarters.
six- feet eight Inches Every detail Now the laboratory has 14 areas,,
was true. each designed for a special purpose -
For another exhibit, the color The new machines have not
laboratory made enlargements of thrown any men out of work; in
photographs showing the wild fact, to meet the demand for far
chimpanzees being studied by greater production and higher

English biologist Jane Goodall in quality, personnel. .has Increased.
Tanzania under a National Geographic -
grant Varying light and
McElveen GraduatcM
film conditions in Tanzanian

Jungles made the apes' black From Mortuary\ CollegeJimmy *
coats appear every color of the Ray McElveen, son of :
rainbow. But adjustments during Mr, and Mrs J. II McElveen of -
the printing operation broughtthe Live Oak, graduated September T c
apes back to their natural 24 cum laude from Cincinnati k
color. _
College of Mortuary Science, receiving -
a certificate in Restorative

\ Upon Art passage of his examination

!' Bonded McElveen plans to affiliate
I with North Funeral Home at NewPort r 00MNCVIIU CONVMTieU
I RIche, as a licensed embalmer -
House Mover .
He Is married to the former
Vonnle Godbold of Live Oak and The

CROSS Herman CITY,Herring FLORIDA 1 wannee was formerly Funeral.employed Home. at Su- tiger scores again I IIfs

The Cyeas clrclnalU, or Fern

Phone 49&372S Oardens Palm seen la one at Florida's of the Cypress oldest dramatically fresh and new, but still very, very Pontiac. Thaf written all over It, from the no-doubt-about-tt .row front end to the

known forms of trimly tailored rear (DId you think for one minute that
plant life we'd leave oat the unique Pootiao styling character you like so well New)!)

Another nice thing about |ne '68 Pontiaca b)ttaf other Pontiac lovers we've cot t bright new Grand quick handling. But you'll dbcover those things

STUMP BROTHERSCash there are more of them-3 cuper-tumptuotM Debt new Catalinas. new Star Chief Exeorjrm when you slip behind the wheel and turn a new

Broughams and 4 Venturas And,of eforyou all with new Wide-Track ride and "
cat66 tiger loose Wit,.-Tract Pontiac j'66

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f Rev. Marshal Titltcflt And' Family__ Early Entrepeneurt honored

Sp YOUR ( Florida Pioneers Bradley, Plant

ueslnce- By LESTEB L. Included In State I Hall I Of FameTwo

I ::0 Readers Are fay I II of the state's pioneer developers and promoters

heretake II I have been named to the Florida Public Relations AMociaI -
WHAT cause abdominal adhesions I ttnn'n' nail of Fame.
alter an operation T I I -The-orga-nlzation's board of directors accepted the
These adhesions are band of & I recommendations of its Hall of Fame Commission which .
tarn strong fibrous
tear tissue. Afteran der,
named Bradley Plant who
Ithnd- operation In the abdomen, Henry
phone Co. to the area. He later
built a railroad to Tampa, and
they occasionally form. Where soe\
acquired four other
Barron O Collier, who developed telephone
lace there has been Infection, like
an (
companies, putting them all under
what Is now Collier County.Plant
last peritonitis, adhesion may form the
ha been dead 66 one service system
around year
the Intestine. Most of
and Collier died In 1939 They Survivor of the two men will
the adhesion do -'- became the 14th and 15th mem be honored with ceremonies in
with not the Interfere normal drugs : New Adent Christian PastorIs Pulpwood l Iinportant; hers of the Hall of Fame, wllchU Jacksonville during the 37th an.
dP p
Pulpwood Ute largest of nual convention of the Florid
function of the vent housed In the Florid State
515Us. II
intestinal tract Florida forest Industrln makingthe Chamber of Commerce buildingIn Public Relation Association
etna- I after surgery. Native Suwannec Countian state third ranking In the Jacksonville 55
Only occasionally nation In pulpwood production. Plant first came to Florida In Can! Of Thank
Rev Marshall A. Tldwell and 1883 and settled In Tampa the
is It necessary b
ckth We wish to thank the many
I to againoperate ( his family arrived last Saturfttyfrom following year when he wasplaced friend for their expression of
Richmond. Va to begin the
In charge of an expresscompany
on a pa-
kindness shown
er to us by flower,
pastorate of the Live Oak Advent
Dr.Coleman tient to release I c.rda. and In many counties other
Christian Church.
any of the adhesions. of The pioneer transportation developer
during the Ulna and
ways **
This la In a sense a homecoming e purchased the express
death of Mis Haiti PlsltTh .
Early diagnosis of abdominal fine for Ito,. Tldwell. a native of 1 \ business and between lieS and
Family of
''n- condition often prevent complication about Suwannee County He was rearedon 1879 acquired blocks of stock In' Mill
S and reduce to a minimum sible a farm near Branford and attended railroads In Florida and Georgia .Hattie Platt
80. the possibility of adhesions. called grade and high school With associates he purchased the
Its Speedier and more deli- then HI decision for the ministry Atlantic A Oulf Railroad and or* OrnamentalFlorida
nt surgical methods too, re vocal wu made in his home church. ganlted the Savannah Florida produced ornamental
n- dues adhesion Beachy till, during a revival conducted and Western Railroad. In 1883, horticultural crop have a farm
&I rate. by Rev Travis A. Carter. Plant took control of the South value of about 170 million annually .
What I* meant by awe and He then enrolled in Aurora Florida Railroad completing aTampato and ranks second In the
- j mol," on the face? College, Aurora. HI. and was -Jacksonvllle line In U 8.
A mole I* a descriptive term terse 23a'f I graduated In IBM, Following that 1884
popularly used to describe almost vocal he attended the Evangelical Theological Collier, at the age of 26, had
any kind of blemish. exact Seminary at Napervtlle built a nationwide business In DO YOU HAVE AN
Actually a InGle Is a tiny n ss. III. where he received' the B D street car advertising He came Alcohol Problem?
growth of the skin that ..... degree In I860 He was married In to Florida In 1911 and bought up
tats colored pigment Mote node 195to Jewell Downey of Clifton land and timber companies until We now have In Live Oakan
can be brown or black flat or Fate Va.. also a graduate. of his holding reached more than AA Group ready to
raised and vary In* aiM and I Aurora College. They have two 900000 acre In what was to become help you.
shape. Itself children. Collier County Additional
Neither the she, the shape ally He has served only one church, land purchased In le and Hen- WRITEP.
nor Its location determine la hi pastorate at Richmond DurIng dry Counties\ pushed his holdlni O. Box 591
I 1- ,
whether It I* safe or unsafe to ,.. a five year pastorate at the to more then one million acre. UVE OAK
the untrained eye. end / Life and Advent Christian Church In rapid time, Collier developedthe '
Only an expert can determine "'"... there was a considerable growthIn Collier Un, a fleet of ship. OR CONTACT YOUR
the true character of a mole f'IH" I membership and finances. the Tamlsml Trait Tour, and Physician or Minister
and can make the decision for ever John O. Cannon financial secretary "You're supposed to BACK It tat" brought the Lee County Tele*
special treatment or surgical ere e/ of the Live Oak church,
removal. your ..
I state: We consider ourselves -
care fortunate to .
secure this outstanding
O 1M*. Lay anuses ., I young minister as our pastor
We are confident that with him
a* our leader the church will .be
lifted to new hetiht of achievement ,
a* we prepare to relocate .
ITS HERE! THE ALL and build a new church plant. ,

The 3-pltiw row-cropper of the Canl Of Thank I castles in Spain t ".

Ferguson tractor breed In We would like to extend to the
many friend and neighbors
With new increased-capacity thank for their kindness and

sympathy shown to u* by flowen. .
System new automated
prayers, food and card. during chateaux in france't.
beefed-up power new rul the Illne** and death of our r
husband and father Thomas W
for a demonstration todarlALLBRIITON Scott. We would tike to enpeclslly -
thank the personnel ef the .
Buwannee County Hospital e
Thomas The. Family. W. Soot of ,!,' 'jlmaJlsions in Engfanddonvf

TRACTOR CO. During the past 19 year 74 ---. -
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; have been built la Florida to push
215 W. STH ST. 3i '
the state t.otaI0 111 airports
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News From Branford BUCCANEERS'Individual RUSIIING Record TALE To The Play Branford Greenville Buccaneers

Tries Ydl. Ay. TO win play boat to the Greenville MIMIHDL"
Branford Eleven Friday night on the
home field.
BYt MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Allen 5 11 U' 0Cbeney
7 11 1.57 0 After falling to a strong By LESTER L. COIJLMAW, BCD. .
Chlefland team last week the
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Lee Miller 8 11 2,83 IChiefland Buccaneers will be trying for Doctor rd Like To K'lfJJJJ-
Indians Beat Buccaneers 26-6 their second win In three out-

Ings. Game time! b 8 pm.
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Cannon 10 .
Veal 7 37 U' IZeleznik I AM a student In high school e
Chief land Team Noted As Toughest 11 17 1.18 1 I use eye makeup and eye liner I The pupil of my right eye

Key 1. 221 11.2. I Junior Class Every once In a while my eyes sometimes becomes larger than
Of 1965 Schedule Durrance 1 .33,0 0 well up and become Itchy. It .my' left. I wear bifocal glasses
Opposition Watson 1.88,0 I doesnt happen to the other My eye doctor says I have a
PresentedThe mild astigmatism, and that I
Play girls I* there something wrong
The Chiefland Indians handed the Branford Buccaneers PASSING with my skin have nothing to worry about.
a 26-6 licking on their home field in Branford AU. Cmp. Int. Ycb. TO Junior Class of Branford MIA P. H.. Georgia Is such a condition dangerous*
Friday night. The Indians picked up 18 first downs and Branford High School presented their annual Dear Miss IL: My first and Can I be going blind?
336 yards from scrimmage with Fullback Ted Key accounting Miller 8 I 0 73 1 class play "Crazy But Cute", Immediate reac- Mr. D. M.. Virginia

for 221 yards into the line. ChlenandZelelnlk Tuesday night In the school tion to your Dear Mr. M: The opening
The Buccaneers mustered onl 2 0 0 0/ gymnasium question U to and closing of the pupils of the
45 rushing yards and 73 yards I ir: I STATISTICS Watson 1. 0 1 I The three-act comedy was under ask one of my eyes depend on the amount of
the air as the strong Chle and I Chief RECEIVING the direction of Mrs I. P I own. Why do light that shines Into them. The
team controlled the ball throughout First Downs Bran.5 18 Caught Yd. TO Philpot Jr,. and Mrs. Shirley Lee, young adolescents pupils react to light by closing
the game Branford Those taking part were Eddy' use eye In a darkened room, the pupils
Coach Foster Sheppard toys I Running Yardage 75 S54Yds FIII 2 411 e Roberts Becky Drawdy Robert I shadow, eyeliners open wide. The entire mechanism
., Lost Rushing 30 18 Lee 1 2S 0 Johnnie Fla and other Is delicate
that this is probably the toughest 336 McDowell ell. KathyJo a very one and
team that the Bucs will face this Net Rushing PUNTING Watson Robbie Hudson, Carolyn devices that depends on the tiny nerves that
seasoh. Panes Attempted8 3 Punts Blkd. A',. Corbin, Olenda Haas, Oret- Dr. Coleman mask the loveliness open and close them.
Chlefland scored twice in the Pasnes Completed 3 0 Branford chen Howell Kathy Griffith of their Very often there is an Important
Pawing Yardage 73 0 FIII 6 I 38Chletland Gloria Davis, and Olen youthful skin?
first quarter on a seven yard run Murray Imbalance of the site of
Yards Penalized 20 20
by Fullback Key and a 13 yard Members of the Junior Class The premature overuse of the pupils without any reason.
keeper by Quarterback Dennis Time Penalized 2 2 Key I' 25 wish to express their thanks to makeup does not automaticallybring This condition as In your case.
Fumbles Lost 0 1
Zelezntk Again In the second RONNIE LEE everyone who helped make the with it the sophistication !11 AbvlfMlllv, not- dangerous and

quarter Key broke loose on the I for a 19 yarder but fumbled on play a successMethodist that Now teenagers, about so urenUyk.swollen can not result in blindness.

first play from scrimmage follow the play goes as follows: tackle and the Indians led 130. the next play and recovered to e You seem to your be allergic eyes to If there were any cause for
ing a Branford punt for 83 yards First Quarter Following William's kick Half end the first half ConferenceTo the ingredients In that particular concern your doctor would not
and put the Indians out In front Halfback Earl Cannon have tried to that
ran Jerry back Ronnie Lee was stopped Third Quarter product. The other girls In assure you
Be Held Oct. 14
190. The final score was also by Scarborough's kickoff back to around right end for no gain and After Lee ran Williams' kick your class do not have similar there was nothing to worry
Key as he dove over from the one the Chlefland 36 and picked up Miller passed Incomplete. Miller out to the 32 Cheney was stopped The quarterly conference for eye symptoms because they are about. If he thought the condition .
yard line in the final period of 11 yards on the first play over fumbled on the next play and Lee for a loss of two, Miller passed the Branford and O'Brien Metho- not allergic to the makeup. Important there would be
play. tackle, Halfback Paul Veal gained recovered for a 2 yard loss Fls Incomplete and Lee ran over dist Churches will be held Thurs- Allergic reactions of the tissue very Intensive studies made to
Branford score came In the 7 over tackle and Zeleznik threw sell punted to the Chlefland 39. tackle for 9 but Fissell punted to day night, October 14. at the around the eyes are not rule out every possible cause..
third quarter on a 29 yard pass Incomplete Cannon drove for 4 Cannon and Key ran to their 49 the Chlefland 30 I Branford Church. Supper will be danlft' lU. The swelling, itching When a patients anxiety
from Quarterback Kim Miller to and another first down on the to end the first Quarter Cannon Veal and Key ran the served at 0 p.m. In the church redness and discomfort win about a condition mounts there

End Johnny Flssell A resume of Branford__ 42iiere __ Second Quarter ball In four plays to the Branford I annex, John M. Bikes district disappear If the eye makeup Is Is need for an additional consultation
Fullback lea Key pickedup Key was stopped for no gain 41 but after a loss of 7 by Zelez superintendent, will be the speaker discontinued.For with his doctor. The
I 31 yaids In two carries to the and Franklin Watson was thrown nik on an attempted pass Key at the conference which will some strange reason this benefits are great when there
i j I 11, He ran for nine more to the 2 for an 8 yard loss Key ran over punted Into the end zone and the begin at 7:30: pjn.si similar reaction around the eyes ls further assurance, almost tike
and Cannon ran over center for tackle for 59 yards to score but Bucs brought the ball out to the can occur rather frequently asa a psycholotical "booster shot"
the TD but the Indians were Chle and was penalized fifteen 20, Lee gained one over center i Two heavyweight boxing championship result of allergic sensitivity that the patient's fears are unwarranted
penalized five for off sides, Key yards for clipping 'Zeleznik ran and Cheney and Miller lost 6. fights have been held In to the lacquers of hair spray
then ran up the middle for the 7 over tackle for 3 and Key puntedto forcing Flssell to punt again out Miami within the past five yean and fingernail polish. W Ir. Dr. Cohman cannot
yard touchdown and Zeleznik the Branford 37 of bounds on their 41. After a There are some non-anergie mdertafce fa answer individual
passed Incomplete for the PAT. Allen and Miller picked up a fifteen yard penalty against the took turns and marched to the cosmetic products which seem fetters Ae will we realm
Chlefland led 6-0 first down and Cheney ran 12 Indians Key fumbled and Scarborough one yard line where Key bowled to be Inoffensive even to sensitive qutttiont 4* kit column token*
Flsscll returned Tackle Randy more to the Indian's 37, Lee pick recovered on the Chief- over for the TD. Zeleznik passedto skin.Antihlstamine. ever possible and wfcm ffceyre
Williams' kickoff to the Branford ed up 8 yards and Branford was land 30.Mmer. End Bobby McCallum for the drugs are used general tilt.,...,. Address i
35 where Gene Allen picked up penalized five With Cheney losing ran the keeper to the point, giving Chlefland a 26-6 to reduce the discomfort of a your letttrt to Dr. Coltman incare
six around right end and Half five more Flssell punted to the right for one yard and passed sudden allergic attack. of tAte MtNJlGpw.NIt .
back Andy Cheney another up Chlefland 17 On the first play short before hitting Flssell for a leal.Miller passed to Flssell for 8 (0 IK*. Ring Tests radicate.. 1**.) I
the middle. Miller's pass was Incomplete Key ran 83 yards over tackle for 29 yard tally Scarborough missed but Branford was penalized fifteen -
and End Johnny Flssell Chlefland's third TD. Williams the point and Chtefland led 19-0 and he lost 15 more on another
punted to the Indian's 46 kick was wide and the score stood From their 32 Zeleznik and attempted pass. Miller then
Cannon gained 4 over tackle 19-0. Veal ran to the 44 before Key hit Lee for a 25 yard pass and Wooden Nail I Test Different Brandt

and Key came right behind him From his 40 Cheney ran right and Cannon moved to mid field to Flssell punted 58 yards on third The pin oak tree U well named. To cut costs compare prices
with 25 big yards to the Bucs' 25 end for 6 and Lee followed for end the third Quarter I down to the Chlefland 8 yard Though this oak probably was I and buy food In the form (fresh
Cannon and Key got six each and three more Allen picked up five Fourth Quarter [ line, named from the pin of leaf.UPI'j frownor canned) or the ales of
they had a first and ten from the more and a first on the Chlefland Cannon ran over tackle for two i Cannon. VeaL and Key moved the tree's short the package that gives you the
Branford 13 Zeleznik ran the 46 With only a few seconds left and Zeleznik ran the keeper over I to the Bucs' 43 In six plays and M pins which held many a most servings for the money. Test
I keeper over for the TD and Can Miller passed twice Incompleteand tackle for 17 and Chlefland was I I the Chlefland second string came ng together before nails became I I different branda of the same
I\ JOHNNIE FISSELL non added the extra point over on the third try hit Flssell on the move again. Veal and Key In and ran out the clock. plentiful product.

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News From Branford I .' <" ) Corn Contest Winner r o-. I Shrimp Flavor's Grand I

By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH ",' ('(1.:- '. If ALICI Dilator-

WK hare some really delicious whole ahrlmp for garnishing-

Branford Scouts Hold Court Of 4'W Our shrimp tint has dishes a today.Mexican piece Cut the remainder Into small
..w 4 s flavor. Melt butter; remove from
Honor And Enjoy Camping TripLast SHRIMP OLE heat and stir In /lour. Returnto
; : r' 3 Ib raw shrimp, heat and gradually add milk
week was an eventful one for Boy Scouts in fresh or frozen constantly over moderate
heat until thick.
Branford as it marked both a Court of Honor and a : 4 tbsp. salad oil Combine with cheese, onion.
camping trip to Ocala National Forest. a medium onions
I : salt and pepper (should there
Randy Herndon and John Hill eagle "scouts of Troop 1 garlic clove, minced be time, chill mixture for easier
90 in Branford. advanced a little higher in rank when 4 1 2 c. celery, sliced sliced handling). Shape Into patties
they both received their Esgle green pepper Roll patties In fine dry bread
r (bronze) Palms at a troop Courtof Russell Barn who received the 2 tbsp. flourS crumbs. Fry In about H In.
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Honor held last Thursday star rank. Mike Hunt who received ( ) cans tomatoesbay hot tat In skillet until browned
>: leaves
night at the scout h t tint class rank and Bobby ,1 1 on one side, about 2 mitt Turn
Lynch who received the second r Up. oreganoS and
Other receiving awards were brown on the other side.
Up chill powder
class rank. Serve on toasted hamburger
Other awards that were given 4 plmlentos, sliced buns with a pickle, chill sauce
Top Corn Grotcer away Included the awards from 5 Up. salt or spicy relish. Recipe makes
this year's raft race. Joe Fletcher Up. peppercorn enough for ..
p received the mile swim award and chips or hot
the flfty-miler award. Mike Hunt
Russell Barn, and Earl Byrd also Shell and develn raw ahrlmp SHRIMP
received the flfty-mller awards. kJke Heat oil In large frying pan.Add 1 Ib. ihrtmp fresh or
next 4 ingredients Cook frozen
Charley Baisden and Doug t
until onions and celery are tender i U e. brown sugarS
Bowdoin of Troop 90 In Live .
Sprinkle In flour and continue tbsp. cornstarch
Oak who were member of TroopW ..
--- cookingstirring constantly U tap salt
raft this year receive Above are Braafsrd FFA members winning award la the Corn Centesl *B nesre4 by Ward Fer until mixture Is slightly U e. vinegar
awards In Live Oak. Charley received I tills.. Company. Front row left ,. right ani Gary SrhotteM. Allan McCall. and Kenneth Glenn. browned. 1 tbsp. soy NUN
the mite swim and the
and Back row are John Haas and Bob McDoweO. (Democrat, Staff Photo> Add next 3 Ingredients. Season H tsp ground ginger
received the
flfty-mller Doug
with salt and pepper. Cook 1 No., J can pineapple
flfty-mller at least 10 mln. Just about B chunks, drained
Nest month at a special Courtof solo before limn,, add
shrimp (reserve syrup)
Former Pastor I Branford Personals
Honor Troop M's scout of the (takes only about S mitt for 1 I'1'IIfpeppl'r,
year will be named. shrimp to cook). cut into strip
Troop M enjoyed a week: end ol Here Will Miss Pat Parker and Mill El. Rev. and Mn. Arthur Davis of Serve on corn chips or hot 1 medium onion,
camping at Ocala NaUonal For- sine Griffin who are attending Branford an attending a Pastor' fluffy rice. This serve .. cut Into ring .
t eat and visits\ to attractions In Florida State University In Tallahassee School at the Youth Camp In Now for a really novel "bur dean ahrlmp and cook by
1 Silver Springs and Ocala whtn Lead RevivalRev. spent the week end at Leesburg this week. gee *ugUon.BllltlMrnURGEJUl. boiling la salted water a to 9mln.
19 and leaden left
scout Friday
home with their parents. Mrs. V, M. Moses U visiting Mr. .
night after the football game and Hubert A. Rust of West and Mn. J. 11. Flack: and dau.h- Mix together In saucepan
returned Sunday around noon. Memphis Ark., will be guest ten In Miami this week 1 ((11 os.) pkf. frozen, sugar, cornstarch and salt Add
Making the trip from Branford! preacher at the annual Homecoming Mr*. Hill ROM IIoiK Mrs. R M. Bryant and Mr. shelled and devalued vinegar, soy lauce ginger and
JOIN HAAS were Scoutmaster Jamie Slocum service. October 10. at the WSCS Merlin* T. D. Minter wen business. visit cooked shrimpS pineapple. syrup Cook until
Assistant Scoutmaster Mickey Branford Presbyterian Church tbsp each butter slightly" thick stirring contantly. .
(8*, Slay Tag II) The Methodist Woman 80ctety ors In Gainesville last Wednesday .
Dempsey, Jeff Mclnnl. Scouts Rev. Rut formerly\ was pastor In and flourS .
Randy and Jerry Herndon. Joe I Uve Oak and Branford and 1. of Christian Service met e. milk Add pepper, onion and pine
Mr and Mrs W B. Thomas
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8 Attend WMU MeetThe and Jerrold Fletcher Lee and I well known In North Florida. Monday night September a and H e. grated process cheese apple chunks; cool a or a min.
the home Mrs. But Ross In daughetr Jann..pent the
Charles Ed Hatch. Stewart! "...). Born and reared In Jackson of a tb p. grated onion ust before serving add shrimp
week end In Tallahassee
WJ4.U. of the First Baptist of Branford. Mr W 8. War gave visitingMr. 1 aalt and to
Clifton LUton. Terry Griffith. rllle. Rev. Rust 1s a graduate and Mrs. Paul tap brine a boll stirring
Church In Branford met Monday Dale fuller. John Hill. Mike MaryvUle College In Tennessee the program. I Gresham and U tip. po'pper'Dread constantly
night September 57. at the homeof Hunt. Russell Bam La Don and Princeton Seminary In New Mr*. Wilson Sum presided a" family and attended the F8U- crumbs Serve with hot rice. Serves
Mr*. R. Griffith.. Mr*. Allen Owens Danny Sandlln. and Paul Jersey. the business meeting. Member Baylor football game Saturday Let shrimp thaw. Reserve 6 4 and Is really food.
present were Mr*. E. R. WltherallMr night
study Price taught a portion of the I Hall.The His first pastoratea mere aLive O. Z. Jones, Mr. Bob Bell Mr. and Mr. Walter E. Longof
book "My Money And troop conducted their own Oak and Branford In the
Mrs. A. M. Parker. Mr Hovel Atlanta visited Mr and Mr. i
Ood" church service at camp Sunday! Since! then. he ha served
1940 Mr Mr Ware.and R. 1:. Hatch and other relative MODERNAERIAL
Fletcher Sugg *
Mr*. A. O. Dortett led In prayer. I, morning: before departing fat pastorate In Cairo.Oa. and West Mr*. ROM. over the week ende '
Eight member were preient. Fol- Branford. Memphl Mrs. Rust U the form I ::D
The hottest served her guest
owing a abort business meeting I IMr The troop expressed thanks to Doris Thompson of Lake City
Cokes, and cookies.Town APPLICATIONSpraying
.. *. Griffith served her guest I Leon Hatch for the use of has 'I.r The Homecoming program chip dlPio. Standard llrm
pie to* cream. Coke, and | truck. Sunday at the Presbyterisn
e/ Church will Include worship aU Council) To sleet Candy and chocolate. are stan _Seeding_ Dusting_ Fertilizing
;h, a-m. followed by a basket The Branford Town Council dard item In the military ration.
of dinner and fellowship on the will meet Tuesday night In the Soldiers, sailor, pilots and astronauts HOWARD\ MORGAN
h. church grounds. Rev Rust will Council Chamber at Town Han an supplied with con.
.,tne I speak at the m. service. Complaints concerning real and fectlona not only for energy but
I James B. Daniels which will be ledlby Elder W THowetl. personal property assessments as a morale-booster and to fight PHONE 36241016 UJ. 90 WEST
should be presented at thy meet .fatigue They are' also classified' LIVE OAK, FLORIDAFREE
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.. i The FtdeUs and.:.ldtfare Robert Lewis Hudson of Branford To got acquainted ve will gig.' absolutelyFREE
'1\\ UVE OAK Mil BRANFORD Sunday School will play .baa clarinet In the 1
Pint Baptist Church wUl mee' FFA National Band al the Ms. this wehemf, with .acli $3.N Skirt
Thursday night' at the home of
lion SPA Convention In Kansas
Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- Mr*. O. M. Murray. City. Mo, beginning October II purchased .t only 98c, $2.94 Blou+e, a
Meeting win begin at 7M: pm.
equipped ambulances on call twenty. and all members are urged to at. $6.96 Value Both for only 98..

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A9IZSIdP1JWASHINGTONk V/HYTAT TIGHT WHOA! i WOULDN'T GO Live Oak Girl Join Bagley u teacher at Suwannee Branford wu received for Oerald
BACK THAT FAR BUT TH* High School; Principal Terry Hicks as teacher: In Branford
1H'F1RSTDOLLAR LAST TIMB HB OPENED HIS NFJC Service Club I recommended Qulntllla Lynch to Moved by T. R. Barnett and seconded
1'1 HE EARNED POCKHTBOOK A SeVSATTKKAMYSA Phyllis Sparring, daughter of replace Vauncile Bell who is on by E. A. Collins to Approve
: LOCUST STAe6EleED I Iw Mr and Mrs. Ollln Sparring of Maternity Leave at Branford, anal Mr. Terry's recommendation subject
OUT dAFV/4x FR Airm ?- > Live Oak. has been elected treasurer Principal Robert Hicks recom- to Trustee's approval. Motion -

MARCH OF EVENTS "- of Entre' Amis, service club: I mended Hazel Herring and carried.
for women at North Florida Jun- Claude Sawyer for Douglass High A motion was made by T. R
NEW "MISUNDERSTANDING" FLOW Of NEWS RELIASES ior College. School. A motion was made by T. Barnett seconded by L. H. Gill

: IETWEEN WAND PUSS? I FROM WHITI HOUSE UP'ED Both Phyllis and Lynda: Nelson,I R. Barnett and seconded by E A. and motion carried that Duty
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L! Collins to accept the principal! Elsewhere and Leave be grantedas
By HENRY CATHCAKT Nelson are new members of the recommendations, subject to follows:
Central Frets Washington WriteI'WASIIINGTONPresident club I Trustee approval. Motion camel Temporary Duty Elsewhere:

Johnson may be heading down C. I Bills were audited and authorized Kenneth Wood IndustrialArts
"misunderstanding between him. to be paid.
: Meeting
Thirty-two of skis
pair water
self and the Washington press corps. This one concerns a presidential There being no further business October 22, 1965 and Oc
and total of 3,708 feet of
order to all federal departments and agencies to give him a tow the Board adjourned tober 23, 190S;
rope is used for each of the four
a weekly outlook report on any newsworthy development HENRY FOLSOM Lewis Tucker FFA Advisory
dally water ski shows at Florida'sCypress
__ the White House may want. to. announce.: Supt. and Secretary Board Meetings, September
In recent times, presidents have sought Invaryln& Gardens. Board of Public Instruction 17 and October I, 1903; ft
degrees to utilize government activities MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC L. M. CREWS JR. Chairman day each.:
as a vehicle for their own official publicity Board of Public InstructionLive
i.. INSTRUCTION SUWANNEE I Leave of Absence:
The was a natural outgrowth
practice u
COUNTY. FLORIDA Louise Hall September 20
of officials themselves to enhance
of the efforts
Live Oak Florida Oat Florida through October 15. 1903 for
for their own departments and
publicity materialto September 7. 1963 I September 18. 190S health reasons:
themselves preferring newsworthy
The meeting wu called to orderat The meeting was called to order Personal Leave:
the White House The Idea was that a pres-
9:00 AM. with all members. at 9:00 AM with the follow- Carolyn Winburn To attend
idential announcement of an event would receive -
present, viz: Chairman L. M. ing members present, vII: Chairman Convention with her hus
wider attention than a mere departmental
Crews Jr-V. V, Brim. T. R. Barnett L. M. Crews Jr.. T, R. Bar band. September 27-39. 1903:

__ announcement.However, mere nave been mdlcauons 'in_ __- 9ur n.fftmpfire L. H,Olll and E. A. Collins. nett. L. H. 0111. and E A. Collins Dorothy Cooper October

The PreiMent cent month and weeks that the President The devotional was given by The devotional was given by 14. 1903:
wants to further step up the seemingly endless Mr. T. R. Barnett. Mr. L. H. Gill. Wallace Bennett September
Weekly outlook flow of announcements and press releases out WHAT'S NEW for the camper? The minutes of the August 21st The minutes of the September7th 21 and 22. 1903.
report sought of the White House. If this volume la to be meeting were read and approved meeting were read and ap A motion was made by L. H. ,
Increased It will require a lot of cooperationand A motion was made by E. A. proved. Gill seconded by T. R. Barnett
Ingenuity on the part of Innumerable government public relations 1 rw + Collins and seconded: by T R. The resignation of Mrs. Mllbra and motion carried that Superintendent ''Ii
men. Barnett that the Board approve; Mllllgan was read and Mrs. Grace place order for lockers ,

Thus far there has been understandable. reluctance on the pupil assignment as recorded on Jones was recommended: to that tables and other materials that
part of these federal "Hacks" to discuss the most recent White list No. 4 in the Superintendent's position A motion was made by can be purchased from State, and
House request for Information. White House personnel are also w i3-i- Office providing It does not require I E. A. Collins and seconded by L. that bids be sent out for other i

quite reluctant to talk about it, but the general Idea seems to be (y i 4h. supplementary transportation. H. Olll that resignation be accepted equipment for new high school.: i, 7e
that the President Is seeking; first refusal on making announcements Motion carried.A :,, with regrets and to accept A motion was made by T R i''
of governmental developments. motion was made by T. R. Superintendent's recommendationof Barnett. seconded by L. H. GUI

Obviously, the Washington press corps Is chary of anythingthat Barnett seconded by V, V Brim, Mrs. Grace Jones. Motion car.. and motion carried that the Fifth

smacks of centralization of the flow of news. For numerous __ and motion was carried to approve ried. Assignment of students be approved -
reasons, not the least of which Is completeness and objectivity i. TABLE SEt WITH S leaves as follows: A letter from Attorney Alfred to school they requested. t
in government press releases, the press would prefer the present TWO CHAIRS ANP AWATEK CARRYING SETWHICH Temporary Duty Elsewhere: Alrth was read regarding Attorney There being no further business
system to continue. At least. they'd have a better chance of getting TWO STOOLS PLACED CARRIES EXTRAWHICH LaFrances Stephens Stake General's opinion on bidding of the Board adjourned. 1M
correct answers to questions raised in an announcement. WEIGHS ONLY 25 BE USED AS A DISH PAN Home Economics Convention Oil Products by Sinclair Refining HENRY FOLSOM
s POUNDS. In Miami on October Company; the decision making it Supt. and Secretary

REALITY-Charle* Z<. Schultze is the new director of the 7-9, 1965: Illegal for Sinclair to offer bid. Board of Public Instruction
Budget and obviously Is a savvy person. At a recent press conference v I; tl / ., Rossini Oranvllle and Gladys A recommendation from Mr.Clarence L. M.: CREWS JR. Chairman I
Schultze undertook to explain a new budget-making system Nse Jones. Guidance Counselors' Terry principal: at Board of Public Instruction
whereby government programs are supposed to accomplish Conference at Madison on
specific goals. September 1. WS;

To illustrate his point, he remarked: "We don't build highwaysfor Fred Turner. Florida Band For The Best In E p
the sake of building highways." Then in response to a sound master's Association Convention L
from his audience, he declared "somebody smirked" And then in Tampa on August 3937. ROOFING.
with a broad grin he added "that was a good smirk. Let's) 1985: CALL COLLECT r.
change that to 'We shouldn't build highways for the sake of Maternity Leave: Vauncfle Bell
building highways.'t August 30. 190S through STANDARD ROOFING 7p

And the press conference went on Its way, once the mirth sub January 20. 1900Recommendations .
suid u
sided for teachers: ,
. were received from Principal SHEET METAL CO.
0 WANING FEUD f-A favorite gossip item among Washington WATER BAG-SHOWER' COMB MEDICINE CHEST THISINATIONAL50 John Johnson. Suwannee High 111 So. Ashley St._ Ph. 244-2646
politicians is the intensity of the supposed feud between CAN BS USED ONE HA9.SPACE FOR TOtLET School, Clarence Terry Branford I .
President Johnson and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy of New York FOR BALLAST' : IT H H A 2'GAL.CAPACITY / ARTICL S.MIRROR AND CAM School and Robert Hicks Douglass tREE BONDEDILSTiMATE3VALDOSTAS h.a
first issue of newsletter the AUJ W,i SONLY Qi USED AS TOWEL RACK. BEST ROOFERS
Kennedy's a out High School. Principal JOhn. .
/ .. _
other day, therefore contained quit a shock IBJ, RFK son recommended Wallace: M. ,.

Spread across the front page of the document, ..._ at tot
which undoubtedly was approved by the senator ...
himself, was a photograph of the brother of the lath Other
former President receiving a pen from the President -
at a Whit House bill-signing ceremony.
Both men were beaming at each other.
The Giant-Killer Rides !
enemy.Of course, political protocol: requires that you settle at your Again 7tlh

"f J. W. Cranfonl ,ServingAt

If you were born In I Glynco Apprentice, GeorgiaAirman James W. I t American; Motors Challenges the "'1, 3" teM

Cranford, USN son of Mr. and
October of an odd. Mrs William P. Cranford of efDetreit-With; 4 New Lines .f '66

numbered year, renew Branford is serving at U. S. Naval l

your drivers license Air The Station Naval Olynco'Air Station, Oa maintains Cars that Give the Public Whet It Went

this month and operates facilities and

aircraft in support of other commands : last time it was size.His time Quality I Quality lhal't built in-net

Reece BrownCOUNTY attached U.to the station. I added on.The promise: more bnflt-ia quality features at no extra price.

JUDGE A pound of cotton can be spun Remember when American Motor came :
into yarn nearly a thousand miles out with the trim little Rambler and '
long /' barked the Detroit "Giants" on their

collective rut Overnight big flits and rat
I land yachts went out of.t,... American
1 SPECIAL DURING OCTOBER v ti"' Motor came along with the right ear at
'I ,::1 t thedghtdmeadtaughtth.eamp.titbe

; 1/4" 4x8Interior --- .' -:--.-. napping.Tale year,almost kail the automobiles + i
access sew rude-danle Ramblnr.. OatronuetWJ.....car la Ite tlas(wtta tUwIsH -. sold are Rambbr-eixeear*.
Plywood ,. ," Per sheet $3.00 endue!)."0.Rogue really eeme with rally Irlsm*""N..bet with Ike Mg sew RMM ee le the "Clart-IUIW.. What I.
3/8" 4x8 '1fI 4j .P1 engine they drive that way."*M Rambler America Regwe here October"... Bent rr'...America Meters agata& gets
::1 Sheetrock sheet ...J..,.*tile big here....a new rally MM SJMUrf/RtNrtL Only enN
. . per $1.50 __ -- legeytQult7IAswkWetsktpaMy, Big r ear (and wwtn.Mes.aer *

LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK P etE Hurt'Is haft I is standard e...** ... .. a safety prksp' whl a DwMJWHy
N everywlalheUa., brake eyetee al ne eta eeeti CMUae.er .

;. This le. the American Motora credo.
SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. ( QmU*lArfs hull I*-M(e4M...tir+t.
determine what has to go lato a ear to
N. Walker Ave. Phone 362-1531 ?"..! make It.troft...,.aarer,more dependable,
mote luxurious.Then>jt it.r*.RegardleMolcmt. .
1 .Build III I.. .
.>..>..be.m.-If R....,to be* *.

A For sriwdrnwtk Ms page bra preview ef the
Thought TodayBy M ebrk a......,..,..N_era New awe
Theo .....
BBODT C. HARRIS t .d.k.IN strong ef etrJdug
hev era It'W. ,.. hate inhkrd. ......
"Every day Is a fresh beginning. Every morn makes the world A tt e. ,.. here a4 ge le Ike frWwOy
anew." Claat-KIOtv. ,.....le*.. yew AsMrira etT-M MUTf st MT-S ff....>... Blfew
The courage to face life and reality Is the complete answer to "' MeMno.u.r. .. steMtN*.*.*...Sswly eytieei I *
Peace of Mind. ?' .......__ t_ '._._ t. -.... TV* ..to sraOaktoto

When one KNOWS that the Cup of Life contains sweet as wellr _--_ -_-_ _ke4kt_is*rear_* fps.riYe_ _...._
as bitter liquids and one fortifies one's self with -
that knowledge, then the sweet become sweeter Boatrm wr.xay.waerRuabhriLeanlen.ny.r.IrMrye.knrl. ..fib. TV PtnilEH. moiMAY NIMU SM DM MW AntrfcM llotw*'$$ tan M
'.1* and the bitter u not quite bitter for he ort JeW.....bee..Think yea knew a Rambler wk.. pee see e*.r That. agate.feckagtla. Til "
1 she 1s prepared for that sour taste. That's how .s..Ike M Rambkr Claude R.b.t.t, ,..friendly CIu. .-& .*.October Tib ABI btffitft.DM bitts,J\m Mastn Sftctel. CBS-TV,October Ttt

.. Every life is
day should be a day of great Thankful-
flee Orateful to be able to see and feel and
think. Grateful to be In a position to sympathize
with others knowing full well that others are worse
t '. J off than we. Try this little bit of philosophy and
see how much Joy this attitude brings.It .
a...! always remains that we can make out of
each consecutive day exactly the kind of expert-
ence we want and through accumulation of
such days shape a lifetime. W* can also make of our future S. S
what we want by doing best things today like consulting 80-
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to loved ones. We welcome your visit. Call 363-1334. "t-ut'N


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LAFF. .DAY r4 .1 Htkl ..w' N MM *.*, MiUry u4 will Mil Ik. .... U ; .*.... nr 0111...,.. ll'Tl."f i .
l:. fMti lkM. Nortkwiri, :nUMIlk ........ u4 k*.l klililor *r kM Suwannee: Subscriptions I ..,. .'".*, IS f-l I* tlMNortk wb. ,... .t....... t* k* .. 'll4' *. ... If 4".>4 4,.poiiM.tk. aiilmown_k.lra, If,
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tutwr4 IIS f.l .. o. polio mt .... uIe'aeUoll .t I. above. '- ., Ik. Mid MATTIE ...r DALRMY.*
Sutcannee DemocratListed f MfIssI l l..; ta S.,.. II. Tow. .. n4 ...*.M, tkot .k.ll
High LL I .11I.! I ""..1t. ...>.. II E.l IIDKR MeCAILISTKII ..'.*.. nr -.........: TRIXIE

below are new subscrlp TM, mm4 ...." tt p., *r* k.r*..' (COVNTY vHjmirr or FLORIDA If PMnN llvlni M4, ..4 ipou.If 4...l4.H.Ik H.. TIIOMP.. ... ..

y Uons and subscriptions renewed .......n' iioltfM ,..., UAMAR HAM.MH.K ...., oVvlH*.. ..S1... ..r Mbar".r.-'..
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ChatterBy to the Suwannee Democrat from THUMP
Olnult Cavrt of S...._ Co.nt, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. >IMIMM H. m, THOMPSON, ,,.,
September 24 to October 1. rlo...... ..1.... ,w a4 .rt. of r" OR TRADE NAME LAW ... 4.....d. *r *.......**. PA8CO
M 4.,*...>.t. *. ...u.. *. *ul*% Ik ml TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN/ .*4 ....... _. If
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS .f tk* ptetatlft. I* tk. ....... 4trln. Not.. tt MEd ft"' .* ,..., Ik* ..4 If *>.... lbs i unk k.lr.
rrtt ....*".. to't4 ta. B..*....1 ...* (.*... Mr>..*l I. Ik. 11011' *., irint**., ,.. *......0.rl.im.ntl
Mrs. Thetis Doubrely. St. Petersburg On.lr, tlorM.. .... .UtHt. Ch.i.l.f tO.ll. ..r Ik. ...M PAW.D E. DALRYMI-IR
Cayle Brookins Y*. *r* ,......r .OWW' ..... Ik. r*. I .*...*. rtorW. ....,.,.*, Illl, I .... tkm hal
.., ... Ibis NattM to l>.f.r,4 I 10. '*...*. with. Ik. CUrk. of Ik. Clr ..* *-r .lh...).. rANNIR WIL
Miss Sheryl Fol om. Oalnesvlll OrluWr II. 111, .ii4 ... >....IL N MI4, I 0*.rt I Is po-d. for Suwi.n*. (' { and ." HENRY 1. WIL

FOOTBALLThe Roscoe Davis, Rt., L. O. *d.t*r.*. .::'A.Rm'..ttlitol: *If. I wUnK FlorM..r UK. nallf*,*. ,Ik of* 1\10.\:: f. ..*. ....If,'.|,|v.|..:.......;,... .If'4wd.-.,. |or k. .a.,,..

sport of I Suwannec High Mrs. Edwin Kent. Glen Burnle Atlor.r* toy .-....'Iff. ..._ *4dr**. I. towillSUWANNIg II ...... ..... ,... ..M PANNIE
... O. Hot I. U.. 0..., FtarM. ... I..- I RIVER .. IAMS ... HENRY .
are alive once again with the Del. ...."..., IkMvoflw ftl. Ik.. .rl.l..l of I'' .>4.r ...' w* will .**... I*. kmrt I lk.i shall'k ,,...... t
sound of the "Mighty R. R. Warren BranfordH. O .... I. tk. off... *f Ik* ('I... .f Ik.* 1 W* *>prl I* .....* ta ..5,._. '- ROHERT RNdSTROM* kn4*r
growling CMr...lt c.... *f tk. .kv. >.,.... Court. ll.. Oik. Pk..1d..d. *.r *' .'..* VIRfllNIA M.
Bulldogs" Shining out with two J. R. Hunt. Branford 0 ...'.. ... k Dotr*. Pre CvufMM will k* VR II* ...... k4 If **..., Ik. ..k.... h.lri If,
great victories over the Hamilton Bubba Ross Branford ',.'.. ssIa1 ,.. Tk* ...'. of ."......... I. .ontlr. I ., -.*._, *r lhr. ."Im..'.
Rebels and the Madison Red Mrs Hugh Lewis L. O. .... Ik* ...I I ., Ik. (' rv.lt ('.*" *f Ik. I MIAMI INC. I ...... VIROINIA M. ENOHTKOM
Devils Beecher W. Payne Tampa Tklnl. J"4IIU, C4r .lt .f DorM. .. tkl nl4 ,.... I4tk .., of ..*.* I *." k* tk. Sl.l "4r *f 8* t.wl.r. A. It. IMII.AVAlHiHN A D. ll, .
I HUTr'ClNfMtIN ... ....
Last Friday night the Bulldog H. M. Howard. Jacksonville: A. RKMIONSflrk PAN AMERICAN MISSION' .
: 11:. HUTCH INCHON. If llyln.
met their first defeat when the mt Ik* Clr*.ll ftwr .. MIAMI INC. I M4.. Ik. ..k.w. ...1... ..*...
st'BscRirriONs RENEWED I1LL D...... CNul,. rlo.rIo\a I ..1 .. .
6 to 0. ., at Mk.r .......u ......
Macelenny Wildcat won 'ISEALI R V. .
the Bulldog Ross Boatrlght. Rt. L. O. Or IJI'I. R.4fr4DMlf NOTICE 0. PURIM HPASING BMSIE 1:.
This Friday night HUT HINOHON. ,...,
for their fOlll'tbaame Mrs. Maude Davis. O'Brien tusk NOTICE I CHANGE k.r-k. > ZONE tk.l .......... .. .m.....'. ; *>4 All
to Quincy i >
travel 11.11
'ti' l'Ia..ln. *.r Ratals .......
Fred Hawthorne IN Hon. win. k
of the season. Here's hoping Tyson. NOTICE Or APPLICATIONFOR r*...ll mt*,... riir* .f*ll..kr Ook ik* .. '..'..'... I., .< L.<.. ti_. ik.

everybody win go and watch Florida Clipping Service Tamp TAX Dim M.. ,.. Ik. r.....ll Rraim, Cat. ".. ,. Heeh 11o"'k4' w -,
Suwannee Pete Clinton. L. O. 1'i.. 1. 'N.'" '.a. TvM...r, Oftnkor II. .*... ., 1,1, P,, '" '.It I
the Quincy Tigers and e b) MM t.i.in. .... KM, VM| ..*. II.I itLin NOTICE IS HKRERV GI Ik.l for Ik* ......... of M ..4I*. ...
Bulldog tangle for a Bulldog Victory Mrs. W. W. Watts Alexandria Ira Moor*. Ik. koM.r. of tk KN.I; l,.. (OnllM.r' N' .. 411 fr.M So. As (r! .,I..I.I ., 'it 1b. ... .''''
Va In. e.,"' ...... k*. fll4. .. MrllfW.1** .ml IM.UVII to Em R.IAA IR ... ....tkWMl ...... tiI p...pH
Mrs. L. A. Drawdy L. O. awfully tony about the raise! ol' wan, and for .. 4..4 to .. l...*4 lkrM>. Tk. ....'..11. Tk >n>nrlr to k* ...... ; ;...:'" ..u.4 *' V"WTtM..
thanks again for the loan of the 5.rt11u. k ror* .0 is.. Pin. rr..t u..,.. M1.. I. ,... S<* >.4 rfM.Hk4 In. IW4 Bank
Mrs Bessie Warner Rt.. L. O. fire. .,e, IM :-r:: lb. pnprl,: I NH .f NE" of KMtlm II, ,..... : :' M*. II.. .Ml r,. ..,k |M
EVENTS 5,4 Iu ..... Ie .hMh.. 1\ ... "_." t a. R.*... II. I., tk* Ctt, .f LJv *"I* Is' s1 ..'..rl4lr. **.
"Miss Suwannean" will be Mrs W D Duncan Rt.. 1.. O. .r. .. foltewilfWtlfl All I....*.'*.. .11i.'. ... *_ I** ... ,. ik.. .,,,? ,| ,
High this Jude John H. McCormick..Jasper ". t. N*. If.VMf 1. ..**r. skill.. .... M *MM>rt,,.1', to ..i ...., II'... BM4 III; Ik-*.
chosen at Suwannee Volume mt l.<.....' 111.mt k'>r4 Nwtkwlr dd.1lw.. ITS 'Nt
year to represent the beauty and Mortgage! Shows Decline Doo.....'..... PrMrtt tt ... V... CMrClir. ra..11 : '' W.-' .
Mrs. A. L. Putnam Sr. Panama bFlorida NIT- Hill*. **".tlo. II, T.wm.klp 1 '" ..,.. 00' ,........ It. Ms pip :, ::
creativity of the 194 yearbook mortgage ...1... ... .. II (..!. AnnA.1VERNA.. UNTIE. ..... ..r*.. ., lbs .111, Pip. Lla.
The contest win be Judged onphotogenic City recordings: over 19 J while tile first two -nd-1 N._ In whisk ........1 M>W* Sills. ...,; ik.... I. a ...........
The DF Van H. Priest Madison for home purchases: reached a ers showed decreases. Government l1e1e.c. II' HARVEY w PERRY VILE rlo, 45.NIh5, ,. ..,.. .1 ...........
alone. .
beauty ".11 '. ,.S.bip. 1 5wlb.. 5....
PfhHng Bator football team winserve hefty |14 billion last year, the agencies bandied $31J8 million >t* *f s.*..... 111. I:7 :w.r: _.__ NOTICL :::..

senior Florida State Chamber of Com of these loans about |l,l*.. ...k *. "....* .f Mrllfkal. Or ELECTION
the judges. Only business manager: Coula Tsac. up one TO trl.. ..., ....
as kill k. t>4M4 ....*..1.( w kur ,... WHOM IT MAY IXINrEMNi P ( 4 .f ....
girls may compete In this contest rice assistant business manager: merce reported In Its Weekly: per cent over IMS. prep rty 4M>rtk4 ta ..k _It....... w.Ntlfs.55. ..... I* .." ,..,. |*| 11. FlorM. .. ,.. 'k* IEy\ .I.... NRH' *f
Business Review released las Florida counties which .* will k. **.M M tk. ki.k*.. '.'... Mlhw. li kb, tn. mt .s .1. : N. ..,... II. ,.... I
and remember. "Late picture Marti Howes, features editor; The are ,1.,... .1 Ik* Mmrl k*.** 4nr .. Ik. Ik." I* k* k.M. m Tw> .,. IWI.kr ... ,, 5. K.... .4 .... SW"
win not be accepted", so have Lynn Johnson, ads editor: OsyleBrooklns. ,eck. reported separately an Dude witha ".., Mw4, ta Ma.tk .f N....kIKI. ... fll for Ik* MHWM mt oWtln ..:!; .. NW5 .1 NWy .. IN5k." f.
N..Mr.I III ..pr..*." fo* ....... R... ..,. 1 ........ ..,, 1Es..'
In not later than editor Anna In spite of Its site this sum was volume of 131J million; Brow club. I* Ik* |tl .......
your picture copy ; .4 W.... (>..*...,'. IHtlrt.1 t'.y. ,'...., n..
October 29 Please turn In your Cheek organisation; Rod Bowdoln. 10 per cent below 1903 while ns* ard lisa million: Plnellas )89 I..,.. Ike I.16 r .. r. "". tor,* *f f.wr III tMr* M.k. ." 5IS. w... *. .....

to the yearbook sponsor and David Rogers tlonslly there wa only a slight million; Ouval $M million; I."V"UUMM .. sIiaI1)NSdish .Tk... followln. Mlllnf. ..olMolil( will\ M.rlk.4 4' ..M.r. "pnN.'r1. kr
pictures sports; ., ( '." ('..rl mt 5..INlw .. ..- II. ... ** follow C...
Miss Mills. "Hurry Girls and photographer Yearbook sponsoris drop. Orange IT* million; and Voluala ....**.** 0l. ......... a, lidAN.. s.1545. P. 11I.1 'f, .. ,... NW MTM* W ...
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Don Be Late". Miss Mary Maude Mills. Savings and Loan Associationswere 141 million. Of these only Orange II."_ V. riirim Or***.. *lr* M
All girls interested in running the original lender of IMO showed an Increase 30 per cent INVITATION TO aioS P5w115S.srhlll. "..* ".. *1"1"1" "...

NOTICE million ofh.. total; Individuals more In IMI. l4" ..... ,.. Ik.. .TMikM ml rkrtal.u. fI lM.r-. .-4 10"... *.1' fs>.| !. II |a.aa fkllMB
sign by October .. ... 11,441...1 4H..
please up I. U.. tub "HI k* '** 4 no. run. 'Id. '... will
Here's a special note to the handled $211 million; commercial The total for Brtvard was $99 Hkt '_ l.. C.., AMf. OfflM '.''.''. !?.. "* .... ._.< N Ik*
and .f.wr'lb..n.. (....IIl'A..MI. Offlr* Hid* U.. 0.. P5,51." .......,. .f Ik* mnmmrtt ,...
banks million Insurance *
I1S1 million but .
ORGANIZATIONSThe sponsors and .leaders of various ; comparable figure.for ...- .... ... Torkw4* Star I.s"/is.i r1rN.. ..... */ llw P5rld." Ie...._..
DCT Club had 1U first clubs and organisations on the companies 1)3 million. The latter 1MJ are not available IAN. M wtk kr* M III. ., 11s1M M.,1 Lin' r.t.M.n. r_ ..."
showed of 1 All ...1"... ..k>*lr* r*.101.... .,, r *."..s.. .... N..tk *..
two gains These ... .
of this Thursday, 8H8 Campus: H you have events percent figures cover recorded .r/ 11:.. .' .
party year ....... Cw.lf Ik Dl.lrl doll.| k* .Ilikl. |. ,, "" 5.01k kn,4.rr,
Sept. 23 at the home of Lynn planned In the near future or and II per cent respectively mortgages of f.0.000 or Ira, secured ('...Wt *f Ci.*r** U4 .kwlM* M (Mnl k.Mta : .=.11'.4 1111 fttt k. M
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Laughlnghouse. Even though It some ..cU,11.1akin.. place that i iUn. almost entirely by reslden ..._1 .|MM. ".4f Ik. _. ', ) I". ...,..* rM ...*..1

rained everyone had a nice time you' would like to have mentioned C D. Baseman Rt, L. O. Ual properties as reported to the II k.4 .11.1..rPL.51.wM5'. l. NMk 4.. .*.. WMI lf
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Home Loan Bank Board NOTICE t* : : 'I",1" LI 41.5
The menu consisted of grilled let me know, C. B. Wood. Rt.. L O. TO WHOM IT MAt iX>Nrr. Ml .kuv*. .) wIth ::: i.rfM' mt i

hamburgers potato .salad slaw W. T. Newsome O'Brien 5 ,.. will .1 U*.. N. ..".. ,"., ,*. I. M. Nnllhf..wlh, ....,,..'.. trtM.4 ta Ik. Ita* ml wtr.
C S-' *>4 SUM Suit C-.......... Hr4 M I..1 .......,. mt
potato chip, dip. kool aid cake, STfDtNTSAll Wilbur 8. Dells St. Augustine The Minnesota Medical Association .H.. N.... P.II.555. Ie I ..*.fl' padwm ll.ll. ....*...> mt p. R. CANNON,

and homemade Ice cream. students who are Interested Mrs. B E. Bellamy. JacksonvilleD. asserts that soap and deter ...... ta Ik. *,*'lk' mt 5 !.... ...... 4' ,11' .u. .''
.. _.1 l, er...... .. 5"Lud'.s1" IN TM| rmcuiT COURT or ,.... M.. Ill fMl to *.. ,..
I In bowling this fall In the Suwan E.: Mellette. Branford gent products should not be 4r* .' "'*** I ,h. II.'. {........,.. uimn JUPICIAI ciRivir, ..... Hi ..... ..... i.. ....

FISH FET MANNED i nee High School Bowling League Thomas M. Decker, Nashville! I I I blamed for housewives' rough Ie Ik* ... .I 'W."T" NAYTAOHIGHLANOII .IN" AND FOR SUWANNliK,. 'II' .". ......1 i .kk** H....
LAVNUNY sad .11I "Ia IN rHANCIRY, R'.1 111 ,... ,. lki p.55
The DCT Club has planned to please sign up In the high school Tenn. red hands. s.l'.u.. .. .W ,.......... S... MARRY. riUM .4 .5.I.S. .

have a nab fry Friday Oct. IS. office. M. D. Sullivan O'Brten I N 5 -__.rl'.1 1 I ___,W ._._...-.n.... rh.55. I.II.U ANN. rtXIS kl.* ..,*.
PMn./lfr, ,- A .*.. .( ... NWH .1
before the st. Augustine and Live Mrs. Floyd A. Mobley Jacksonville a/ WIIHl'll C. SWEAT .... ... t. T.N.bipI. 5*.. ....

Oak football game to raise money GOSSIP Public Notices ./ XOVIA' P. WMT AHA .NOPE IN* ..4 ._... .I.1 I .. h.: *..M fw.ir..r.' "':
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to help finance the DCT scholar Judy Boone seems like a regular Mr*. C. J. Alderman JIl'Uon'UIt ---i ____ I AMtNPA' IIINII ..4 .*M ..... mt ik. ...... I.S.f
hip fund. Tickets went on sale teacher when she and Conns .; 'T1'i ilNOIH riCTUKHtt __' ANDREW .ACEMlN. '".. : Whr1.NWNr5.1455.
TATTMINT' or owrR.Hir. ? LAW ..4 _. *. MM .
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,October I, Johnson discusses American His C P. Mills. JacksonvilleEva MANAClMtNT' AND CIRCULATION .r.; ; ..... .
TO WHOM IT MAT IXIKCJHN PISMIT ; ".*'" 5,511 1 .... II .....
tory Of course. Mr Boatrlght. O'Nest Jacksonville !%.. ft rni,i i 0....*. i.... N..... M M..5. Ilr.kit 1. ... -. I. C ATTAH"fir E.M 14 fM frt |k. NW
ANNUAL STAIR the TMI* .. rn.Ur.llM i Ik* **W IM* ........ ..'.., 1S lb. ,...,.... ...., -. --- *l Ml4 SMllM. ) f, I......
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teacher .
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American History Mrs. inn loi.
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I The Annual Staff Is well under best J. L. Evltt, RU L. O. Pee-.p mt I..... WM|,. all:*. rkwa. Nwrlw/1555: CIIIw:: : V.Ir..f i : : fMl, tkM..* N..lk .* ...'..
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hard to .._ .ltk ,... >.k ml OlrmM K.l 111 I IMI. t. tk*
. ray. Everyone la working Who is the group In publics Mary Pearl Oranlham. Pomps ...., c-... f4M>*r Bir*>t *.. Pta* a." (-l>. rk>rM* :. u, INIdITIN 4)M.| I... .f |k* nlfkl of ..
'. ate this year's annual the best. Ions that holds a "gossip" meet- A.._. Uv* Ook I k*".*.*.. PIN :.NI..4: :: .. = .( ,..li. l." .; BM4 M*. I*. .A...* ...t II
Clyde&U w. 111' IAN. ..>!.. Ik* IMHIM ... *..11't tmm ; TARASAIlAV .*.. euN, ... It Mta.tM KM! *'.. MM
They have ehcss te aver teethe ng*every morning Donna Jeanson. HsrreU. Rt. L. O 1..i., W Tk* M...I___* t... S r ......, C_...._. '. .. ) ,Wkr ... .... r'.N RM4
. annual and are setting ads tahe Linda GUI. Judy Adams. K. L. Porton. RU U O. r.5s.kn.k;t*. LMW L4v w4Mik sia.i r o. Hl*. .bwl w. -Ml Npp* ta bpmp*. oojjULu 5 / S'um.i'DAH"L : fM* to ... ....'11 tt.. ./Ik*
ftek. rwrfcl. fcU.taM.taTk.
% local merchants. Staff mentors Phyllis Howland. Lynn Laughing Lnn B. Hushes Rt. L. O. ..,.. T A. L..-* 4. Jr, P, 0 .. u.W.*051 5.'l,...M.... 5e 5.1 .r .....-. 1 ... e...;//rlb.PWYr.NWs SMII** f, Ih.'.* wik IS

are: Phyllis Howland. Mil- house, and of course myself have Mrs Delia Boatrlsht RU L. O 111. INs (tat. rhw4j tt.M .. .nb5 wp K : '1. II ....' WM ..... Ik*
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WMfcwwrtk., 1.1. M-., P. Lifi ; .. Ita. mt MM ball f,5.5 Ik.
tor-ln-chlef, ; Anna Cheek assistant a lot. to talk over. Lewis M. Tucker L. OH. u... tkww,*. II***. ib 0A0 U.. ... *., .... '." D/L11tMr .f ... MWI* fI..t fMl to
editor; Coula Tsacrios. class. Boy aren't we proud of DrlWBMams. Hlllier llosgland. Falrmant. KM* r..dl.NN.. *, *** .. .4INkM ; T. U 111""' ." i.1J. .( I o>4 ...... *f ..*...'.
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M editor; Lynn LaughtnghouM. who once played for the W Va. M.....* I Pom M M_ mt tM.1 'Ml- 5NPMIN .4"i".MMir i ) A pt.f Ile. ". H ..

Bulldog Eleven and will play for Jack P. Adsms. JacksonvilleMrs. A-*>ot mt ... Nrto..*. mt Otk.tt n, i. 5A50f5. J5. SON. i PASCO E. UAlRfMPIH .. II. T........ | ...... B>...
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Uw Seminoles of FBU again this E. C. Johnston. W. Palm ....t....... II nttl.*. .... N. W, ..... ;'jji'.w.-r-; ." rONRV &' *. M4 >M** >* il.k l. mt,
Trailer HarborFOR Good Luck. Del BeachD A1'... 0.. 111TM +_ ., ENaK-TllllW ** Mkiwo, B.fNi.ta. .1 5
year. .| *.. C*.IM ......... Arm. NOTICI 01' P1151 Ie NEA5ING >MW*. VIR IINIA> M, ,.. .* Ik* t:... M*. .f MM I**.
MOBILE HOMES Just to mention a few of our O. Borom Jr. BranfordCarey Mm. t4M' **.k tttmt : H./ Pre.a..1 10 CNAN6E' 50501N..1. H V Him'HINUMIN .'* tmmtm. '. Sal Owl bell *f Ik. Nlk.I .
great football stars like Mike Ed. M. Cameron. VsMosVt, II MMIM |l Bta.1 I*. M I'.. .,.. 11.1 5 P.bIl.. SIS. R MUTININUlMlNi' **4 : .NNE r pad SINSi
STATE APPROVED ANDINSPECTED P.M C_.... .* IS..* ikr-.>k .., 11 .." k* kM kr Ik. l*. C.". 5.55 A.r Kl.l." Rtakl. : p..lb IS .. ... IS .1.j =
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Rod Bowdoln. we can truly say. Mrs. Myrtle [)rH. Ocala -.... ..*.. i AMM*. tw.inrk k* lmtm n BH1.r H.tt. T r r > rlr N_M .....>lk4, .r ... : Sb..w tlmmi' *kl
PATIOS FOR EACH ..... I...... prp.4l.. II : II. IM .' III f. *l tees': t........ I. fl. see mr 'W.*, : k 1
TRAILER SPACE that we are proud of you. In fact Rodney Ross, Norman Part Oa ..-... lltsl, Pl..... .- N'.r tiI -.... ........ ."....- rtf ". *. ....k ... II .... 1 ....kM
are proud of the whole foot. Mrs. Gentry Jam.a, L. O. ..t M PRta Do. 1111.roe. Ma "I ,'.a a- ..'A .....'..... NOTICE TO ArPIAR I* 4V*r... II ...... WM|
TELEPHONE: : AND we ..b./Mua/. Nw c..... u.1 1('M-..... mm. ,... prep.// STATE or rt'il'liATill 5W. ta Ik* Ml4
CABLE TV AVAILABLE ball team. You Bulldogs are great Mrs. C. R. Adam Rt L.. O. p .1. I..N tie.... .wduf ISM'.IM MMftk.4 M Ices ta ik. '1' W MMWkV ASA HOPkINS k4 MM*. .. wkklk ..."L.1 I (Ml

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( nrr W Seyla It sal O. T. ruN' INN Iass. .... AN ...-.... 5NI' .d psp..IN ,k* ... (MM*. ......... .....* ...'.I 111.5.* Nxlk *. 4*.
N. AJUM AT*. days the DCT student had a Mrs. r. O Carroll. RU t. T.sl PsN c--.... "_ M.r. .. M* .MN 5,5.. 55 /.INNS M *M* I ...
prtvaU joke going. Come on. Joe Chanry Irvine. TV ..... A.1 I" I'w... ..-.. bs" ::::: Nor.IN .004 _'. ___- "". 5..1. M I. Pit| Urn
HOWARD WRIGHT l| N"a.N MMU |M Owtwr surf Oonna. ten us what It Is. B. J. CoOJn. Brsnfortf .. < v rui. i>*4' nt* ...." "" uv. n... PI.Io.I CSAWPOSi.d" .SI ......* W*.. III |M.
Suwannee High aye welcome George P rVtcrer, Artlnglon. ,>*. ---.... IS* ..N. ..$.. MMk VSSNAa Mt'NT'a, frt*..l :Y.1. s.4 N d.4, :::-r.,;.. kM : ..... *f k*........
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All Corn Growers are tiI __ u. Slr A_ .... ... ...... .... _. Wee.,5 *. W IM
Notice To t t.. ..... ...... __ rw..p: "... r/1 I t.... rs ..4, D. e I :;:: ":'-:. w.:; /.>.r mt U m. ....**, II*
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Suwannee Crain Corporation is now receiving Yellow shelled alas. e1'. .- ii ..s4. ....., 0.... .... ,: M 4..J M ..M>*IM, MAS.n l fkM* r** k) II' 41' !."
111 I.... 0..C.. *>*, pMS k.aN1 1l; W arT p" a.'rT1f," c.....IIXI ... N,..*. -- -. .. .......,._" Iss4A.tp.
the most courteous service available to =.: r.'.h,. 5..b ..sdIec S4aUsk km. M Ik* (:...N <.***. W I..M4CM4r. I I .._ .-4 tf d..... ... .._. kk> .. Mo. to .M ta**>-M*>
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-. .. .New M ISIS .'.- .- 141 ta .... MM .kMSOT > 1554.J i Ik* MI4 MtiriM ...::;; '"< .* ik*
you and our aim U to see that you get the highest possible price 5i.I S..Mb h... C,... P1.NII t.Mw r..wtu. .. -' : .. .::"U-*. ..
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Bring load of corn. We believe you'll be back again and we .'**.... T U ."*i>r.. r M ..... -. ... .......... .. .... tm4 nmit. .OOwNdA/St. *4 **.k ttI y_ k>* M4tfl4)
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appreciate your patronage. c.,.,.... P'.sd.w.wwM IMM41 MM ::W IM fWMu 1.W I.'r.. 5 1..4 Ik* Mk;.m k*)* ps we :. _.... .. .....
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BULLDOGS Yarborough and Hodge to even I Bowdoin hit Harris for M yardsin Thought For Week -

Colored A ;JH4itJe Continued( From Pate 9)) I yardage and Hedge was caught'' the flat and the game ended English novelist and playwright i I
14 yard loss by Simmons on
for a after Bowdoin threw two incomplete Somerset Maugham add: "Peo f
1' first down before Hodge puntedout a bad snap and Live Oak took I
passes from the Wildcat 15. pie ask you for criticism but they I
WASHINGTON of bounds on the Live Oak over on the Wildcat 40. "
News Macclenny 8, Live Oak 0. want only praise. I
seven. Here Bowdoin lost six yards to
With his back to the wad Bass the left in two plays and with six 1
.. punted on third down from the minutes to go in the ball game ./
RESIDENT STILL HAS eight to the Live Oak 49. Hodge passed incomplete on both third r.
Douglass HighCounselor IS IBJ AT THI CREST I I and the two Yarboroughs movedin and fourth down giving Mac- a
OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS? five plays down to the Live clenny the ball back on their 40. If You're A Salesman .
Attend By HENRY CATIICART Oak 20, where Hodge ran for the Yarborough and Porterfield picked
1 Central Press Washington/ Writer TD on second down from the 18. up five yards in three carries Be The Best In Your Field ,
President Johnson at the crest of his Yarborough's kick was wide and and Hodge punted to the Live
Madison\ Worksho p WASHINGTON as Chief Executive This' question Macclenny led 6-0 Oak 23. where Bass fumbled the
Into Washington conversations Increasingly in Bas ran Yarborough's kickoff wet ball. t
The counselor at Douglass His Is creeping fair questionto from the end zone to the 17 and Porterfield passed to Crews incomplete
It a
School. Mrs O F. Jones, recently various forms. Blspham and Bowdoin picked upa ran right end for two, Call Lake City 752-3901 Collect i
attended a one-day workshc ask.basis derives primarily from the extremely long; list of cc- quick first down to the 28 to lost four to the left on the keeper
at Madison along with counselor Its compllshments he has chalked up In the last end the third quarter. and on fourth down lost 14 For Information About The
from six counties. few months, ranging from the stream of once- Fourth Quarter more yards to the Live Oak 39 on
The workshop agenda constate controversial legislation that has come out of Bass ran right end for no gain an attempted pass.
of guidelines for planning anc this 'session of Congress through hU arrangement and Bowdoin threw twice to Cor- With time running out Bowdoln
Initiating the testing program I of a negotiated settlement of the steel bin and missed before Bass punted I threw to Bass and Corbin Dale Carnegie [| SALES I Course
distribution and explanation 01 industry labor contract to the beginnings of to the Macclenny 35. The and ran the keeper to move the
pertinent guidance material, i: optimism In the Vietnamese situation. Yarboroughs picked up one each ball\0 midfield.
highlights] on the pilot prograr In the parlance of show business, what can over center and Porterfield hit Interference was called against PftlSINTIO BY FLORIDA' INSTITUTI. INC.
SPEDE (System for Processing he do for an encore? Hodge for a ten-yarder to the 47. Macclenny, giving the Bulldogs a P
Educational Data Electronically) Actually, the President still has a hatful of Btepham, Cheney, and Dale held first down on the Wildcat 29 .
and counselor orientation. tricks he can resort to if and when conditions
Other workshops will be held a are right! There U a task-force setup within .
the White House staff devoting a lot of time
During the period from January Mr. Johnson to develop legislative and other programs on
to July, nine citizens of 8u- the whole range of governmental activities.
wannee County received training Finds sell in Most of them are closely guarded secrets at
through the Multi-Occupational strait jacket this stage. .
Development Program at Florida Mr Johnson's problem doesn't have much OFFICE MACHINESCALCULATOR
Agricultural and Mechanical University to do with running: out of Ideas. It deals more with establishinga
receptive climate for them at a time when federal means t.
This program was a product of finance them are available.On .
the Manpower Development this latter point the President is beginning to find himself
Training Act. In the same kind of strait Jacket that Inhibited his predecessor.The .
All persons who participated In late President Kennedy found it increasingly difficult to finance
this program are asked to reportto some of the social welfare programs he advocated because
Douglass High School Tuesday. the federal budget was In the red. The mounting: cost of financing -
Oct. 19, at 730: pm. for a followup U.S. action In Viet Nam Is having the same baleful effect on
the federal budget planners.It .
study. Representatives from present
the university will be present.If Is doubtful that Mr. Johnson will accede to vast new programs 'COME SEE THIS
deficits. And this' Is the
you find it impossible to be at the cost of deepening federal '
present please contact Mrs. O. F. real question behind the question that Is being asked with Increasing

Jones project., county co-ordinator for the frequency. . REMINGTON DX.94 MACHINE TODAY!

ers have become accustomed to expecting some news develop
The pupil
ment when a government official calls a press conference. They
committee met to organize were somewhat at a loss recently therefore when they showed
for the 1065-66 school term. a MODERNIZE ..
Shriver only to -
director Sargent
up at one called by antipoverty .
find the meeting meandered all over the map without producing
The testing committee also met any news worth printing1. -- "
and organized for the term. During The answer came the following day. From Austin, where the YOURFIGUREWORKWITH
this meeting plans were discussed President was sojourning came the announcement of four regional I -
for administering the directors being appolnteed to assist Shriver. LcZ THEBEAUTIFUL :
Florida ninth grade and twelfth It turned out that Shriver had intended to make the announcement .
grade tests. when he summoned the press, but that tile White House '
The ninth grade test focuses! had preempted the story, leaving the antipoverty director with a _
attention on strengths and weaknesses roomful of reporters and nothing; to tell them. .
of students. Results of this .
test are helpful to parents, teach GROUPINGS-President Johnson started off ion the wrong ; NEW! REMINGTON
ers, and counselors in assisting foot with the Washington diplomatic corps by arranging to receive --: !
students to overcome academic new envoys In batches to present their credentials. He's _
problems. improved on that quite a bit with his more recent practice of ::. s 10-KEYELECTRICADDINGMACHINE
ResuLts of the twelfth grads taking groups of them for short Informal cruiseson ,
teat used extensively In guidance the Potomac aboard the White House yacht Ambassadors
are 0. New efficiency new economy. new elegance enter your
and counseling for college But while the ambassadors are a little happier Now -rt 5 office with the Remington Model 4 Adding Machine. You get fast
admission. They are also valuable what they really want Is a brief period addition subtraction multiplication, division, and credit .
aids In the selection of college alone for intimate conversation with the Preii- lit Happier i. balance answers. with, creasing easel Thanks to the Dexterity
courses and In determining the dent. In this connection, one Latin American. Keyboard. Power Controls, srxf- exclusive.advanced .
1 number of credits to be taken. diplomat commented: operating festure .,
Students will be notified of "We ambassadors are not afn-Id of the secretary of State or x- For beauty and vertstfllty there Is nothing that OsKhlr ttI a.w'
their performance on these test even the President; what we feat most Is' our colleagues." Remington Model 4 IfrKey( Adding Machine -

when the results are returned to ASK.TODAY FORA FREE OM-THE.JOB TEU

the Explanations school of results will be To Visit! MonticcUo Tiger Open SeasonThe I

sent home to parents by this com The African Baptist Church first Douglass High Tigers
I mittee. Any parent desiring further congregation will be guests at the home game will be played tonight
I Information Is urged to con- First Bethlehem Association in (Thursday) at the Dansby Ath
tact the school. The counselor Monticello tonight (Thursday) letic Field on the campus against : $395 $295
other members of the faculty or during the 8 p.m..services. Jerkins High School of Perry v
the committee will assist you in Members and friends desiringto Florida.
: understanding your child's test attend may contact Tom May- The Douglass High School Band
r results. bree, chairman of the transpor- will perform during the half-time -
\ tation committee. show with the Jerkin High Band
j The DCT program Is being initiated The bus Is scheduled to leave .
this year under the direc- the church here at I p.m.
t tion of Reginald Ford. This pro- I'lastic Hag StorageAn CASH REGISTER Every Typing Student

1 gram is designed to give the student sixteen years of age or older. easy and sure way of preserving -
the opportunity to learn and quality of bread sponge
develop proper work attitudes and The Florida Association of and angel food cakes is to store Can Use A
habits under supervised training. School Librarians and the Florida them in plastic bats. When well
Students enrolled in the program Association of Visual Aids met In packaged bread will keep in the
will attend school for a portion Tampa September 30 to October freezer for 0-13 months cake for (
I of the day then. walk at a 2. The theme of the meeting was about 4 months.
I 1 Job for training. "New Dimensions in Learning TYPEWRITERAt
The Diversified Cooperative Resources". Douglass Librarian Prosperity cannot abound In an
Training Program (DCT) Is for Miss E. Duhart attended the area populated by people who
high school Juniors and seniors meeting. have low incomes

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