Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00305
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 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: UF00028422:00305
 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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11 Ileifer Show ,Halt Worn

Large AteuAt dance Is ExpectedFair

e'* .. CountyNew ] Next Week

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huh AdditionsOf 'iVill Enhance Viewf

UI New Cattle barn And Livestock Irene' .

Exhibitions (() County Progress r. ____ .

I A chapter in the progn''aa of Suwannee County alongry
ie i iI the lines of education indust and agriculture will be un. 4

veiled next week at the Slit I mnual Suwannee County Fair ,

and Livestock: Show, which I begins Monday and runs thru

Saturday, Oct. 23.

Oath will open to the public
Monday at ft pjn. at the expol
I Chamber Meet tlon. featuring product of 8uwann -

County on exhibit.
Tueaday and Wednesday, UM
To Host Heifer
Pair also opens at 8 pm.. while
Thursday and Friday are achool

Otto Weltsteto III left, s.d .. T. MeDwwell sf. UM North Show Winners days opening st t a.m. for schoolchildren
In Suwannee
FterU T............Company eongrslslato eseh liter en tb* p.rehaes County to
view the exhibits and enjoy the
*f two wealera kale from th* J.,"". Th ....., ralaed The Suwannee CouitjrChamber attractions. Deadline for the UM

from UM bat sal gore far pies to the Teat* Heifer Bbw al the of Commerce will of school tickets ls t p.m. except

c.u,. Fair Mil week Mid tile bats wUI to .n ...* Ibe remainder be host to all exhibitors,'I Saturday, when there .Is no dead

of this week, IDem.ersttart( ......) buyers and participants in line.
the County Fair Youth Heifer Saturday, the Pair will open Its HBiVDVmmVHBVBVHn JmlmVmmVmnm m BJmVi imVBnaBmlBm BmVmVi H

r Show at the Chamber's annual Kites at I p.m. Admladon pricesare

3 Directors Arc ElectedAt I next meeting Wednesday and evening dinner cents IS for cents children.for adults and IS Conner To Speak Al Dedication IHortda

Annual SVEC \ The meeting will be held at UMBuwanne New Faellltlf ..
t MeetingThe County Hiih School Several additional facilities fort Commissioner. ol Agrl many of the County Fair exhibits chairman of the event, at which
annual of Cafeteria beginning! at S pjn. e Suwannee County Pair this culture Doyle. Conner will speak at next "Hit.Vlncenl he name of the building wttt be
twenty-eighth meeting the Suwannee Trophies. will be presented to year Including modern cattle he dedication of the new countyIreatock I Jones Suwannee High announced.The .
,I' Valley Electric Cooperative Inc, was held at the Suwan the heifer Show winners it the barn. show ring and arena with buildings Tuesday at I vocational agriculture Instructor construction was financed

nee County Coliseum Saturday afternoon. Oct. 9. Director meeting. a seating capacity of too. and Increased 130: pm. The ISO000 buildings, I will be matter ol "" ...mool..1 b y matching funds from the coun
e were elected at the meeting from District 1, 2. and Also a program U planned and facilities for hoes haw recently completed will house the dedication. Ed N. Duller ,. t", through the Fair Association
"13, and report of the officers and management were read :all directors will be elected by the been cited ..- aaaets which will- .. and the Board of County Com
and adopted. Chamber. The nominating com make a more succesaf uIhlr.. nluloners. and from the State
j H. L. Johns, president of the I mittee has recommended for tlfe.I Pair Association --1 I' Cattlemen Cut The Hugaaim --I II Department of Agriculture.

coop woke on the operation fort I lion to the director posts Dr LouIe C Wadaworth said of th t'' ''tI The 61-foot square show ring 'tnhe
OTHINKIHti e PUt year stating thai this Donald Burch. Leon K. Lawhon.B added faculties. "We believe eom- I '- livestock arena Is WM ot UM
( I has been the smoothest year of A. Swim Jr., A. P. Nott. J., Diction of this project pre. Su t.,..., Inatde\ show thugs ot Its
oUT LoUD operation that the coop baa had Marvin Phillip 8r. and Norman wane County most adequate kind" In the stats, woordmg to
since Z hare been on the board Protsman. Nominations" from UM faeiUUea for the annual county Paul Crews, county M.nt and
with LoaM C. WsdswwtOile. He slso'tnentloned many of the floor will be In order. eshiMUon." I.0relary of UM Fair Association.BeaUna .
Cferuncaue of appreciation win A new building which WM mad will .....macs.&. Sit ><
fringe bemnta of UM enop
poaalbl by UM Beaat *l CountCowtmt.lenoris ] A ItO-antmal sspacliy eatUe
be presented to Individual whs
_HaIIPf: &* *' Ten them this oommualty .aoeorMnt MU afes* stole fund ol tO.ooo resell .: arena, has pals racks to stmut*
County's ..
nappy place K. N. Butler manager. *M *.- M. Crews' JIf'N"Mo Jrf Chamber ......... ... from a Jolnl proje. br tMonmrniartotMTS S, ,, laiMoual? wash Jt sewn"Federal I
This Is the suggestion Louis able to be pant He WM Just Stale Commie II '. .
Day made to.. Wednesday released from the local boaptul drop toner of Agriculture Doyle Con 4
.. made forUM
.UonI b
morn g as 1 shared a cotta during UM wtek end.Congreasman UM nr, and UM County Pair Aaorla .< .
by phoning
meeting Hearing
break with he and Calvin Btfch D. R. (Billy) Chamber f Commerce' .rfk*, .
and stated I bad to leave tn ordernot Matthews and W V Bunker Other added ftcOltiM Include
.. to bold np the Leper unol manager of Trl-County Bertrte ., Crews add. awe UthUnc In UM Coliseum and Continues On
this column was written. Madison .were present st the expanded room for livestock and
The more I think of .what Lou' meeting. I Club To Hear Talk poultry shows. I 14' TobaccoHuwannee '
said tbo greater the Impact that William Randan BUushter sttomry ...... Cl e.asM. Type,
this .. tow today and Is the baric for the coop WM In charge On Howl florul Issue Th Live Oak Lions Club will County I.rm.nInel

reason .why our people seem to of the election of directors, at : WmUm BeMifOTt .f Jacke. operate the food concearion at the agriculture specialistsittended .
be complacent and aUd d.1141II which Roy Blair, from Hamilton vtH. ..... R4 Bar member entrance of the midway! federal \
enviable position In wWcnto whet ... Ralph Hunt Shows will provide I a -
aa County was named to District fee DMHct t. ;
find a eosuaunlty but hardly One; B. B. BUckmon. RL t. Me. I ...... ..was**. (**.'". wlflapeak the midway attractions this Al la. ........ ('_." Cattlemen AaMMtotlMi's annul meet In \v.ji,.:0.., October 4

conducive to maiimttm wmtrtbuUons 'Alpln. District >; and J. B. How at tb* B.Ury Club meetIng year, mostly rides Hunt Showsare ug T.....' ...,.. Ibe ....... and Ifcelr whit enjvyed.. .... and 6 to present proof that

to the field of cine west and en. Rt. I. Live Oak, .WM named ......, at Hill .... alIke In Lake City this week at the geN-....... after a kr..... dlnawf. and brWf _....,. TMdanelng North 14 tobacco grown In

tmprovements. to Dlstrlct Big INtl RMU.... en Ib* Columbia County Fair, WM a MrprlM peegram al Ski saeeUng, with Joel Bensef Florida and Georgia
That business .U good her'raapparent Is Officers for the new rear areUM ties ___ Ned bend ....,... Front entrance to the Fair will. Lake tiny "..m..* UM 4a...... |II.. Meral Stall Fbel| should not be cut aa heavily
The pert crop noonwas same as Jut year with 11.1.Johns. to be voted oa to Ib* ,Wwremrureae I be UM main mans to the Collaeum. aa tobacco grown In other I
at the finest la thtacounty's Farm and commercial ea*
ana Wellborn president i C. F M I tIMUML areas on acreage and pound.
hider This coupled and Waft arekst- hlbila are dosed In the veil sn- llrlreniton
Hart. Maya vice president, .More Ttt Ohln And age; allotments
ls. csus'nglocal and the main
with aa unusual growth bead frSwwaaiM vex of the Coltoeum
of Ib
Madison L. Smith.! fay aecre- maa program Norman Swan Live Oak ware ,
busUMmes. to be tamed to apadty UrytreasurtrSlsaghter c-'''. la ate* ...... building Relocation ....m.n. testified that Type MsouM
and to many tosUnces U also sedated to the Ie spat en the P1..r-..-1 atlswu. Poultry will be. shown In the Commercial Bank Plans be distinguished by physical

bringing etpsnsloB.I drawing of prises highlight el ter'La/ei J"JMt lint east snows while swine ethlbtia app atane. from ether types. Also
the animal meeting. This peatIs. Wednesday .... al UM KhvaalsOeb are to be In the old livestockbwUdlng Installs Electronic ProcessingCommercial attending the hearing were Dell
think One ef UM best todlcations hit north ef the Coll
BVEC Page II will Lundy, director of SuwannM Valley
that this Is lave are plans Th new tattle barn
agendas nun. !Hank President Louis J, Day announced Kspertmenl Station, and Aubrey
by knew cattle show.
to the making rouse UM
Manager his week the bank Is Installing an electronic deposit- Ward, member of Florida
m the city.Annooneeaent. .Mr. And Jri.New Marthall Coker n4eber General Farm
Bureau ToMceo Steering
la made this T, ... Fletcher Br, OBrtenfarmer withdrawal processing system and that Commercialtank .
week" that UM Commercial Bank and long-Urn fair affktsl.Is .' ( Is making plan. to relocate at the corner of Ohio rummiIUThs
hearing Raleigh.N
WM a| ,
DM plans to.relocate that InsU* general manager of the Fair Are and llelvenston Street. ._ C" October 1 and I ..ndQ besonlinued
the -
faculties at ye of H Coliseum .1.auw. -- -
tnuon to new I J and to charge Two Burroughs electronic ..<
Ohw and ts/ds. As operators port Incoming si Washington. D. C..
of ...
DorthwMt earner machines will automatkatly -
counting .
dais la Ihs accounts the mathlnea Octdtwr II
I de-
different Fair
Heads of the
Hetvenston.pmtoosty account Information
I read The hearing the r.wlof a
Craws of treads, or -write' the new WM
CUMde aN'Red :
HsUonal Bank anrlonmad t partmenta DvVsne. chairman *f the stored In aMinetla stripes printedan Information into. the masnelMaUlpes. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
the Ptrat ttdger
the backs customer them to dale dimtlve which pie Type II to-
purchase of UM PanhleyButtdtnc L le M I Community Airtcultursl and I IEahbI.I keeping up
ea South Ohio Aveme' U Gardening : which In- U finite plans fur UM new hairs producers a fsvotabl! decMon -
new bank at larden products School building have not been decided and directed, in* Secretary
and plans to bufld a ctudea farm and 1'.11114111. for
cwed canned and I yet. Day said, but M added IhslIt of AirlcuMure! to lake another
location.rjnder and home
that eonstractton on North t preaerved good llomli IHttTlbutfilrveey win preside drlte-ln fecitiUee took .1 supply and
Ohto>> Aveows II. bulldMtobouse Mrs Charlie Hunter chairman aS>e.l eaJU hi .....< and ample, parkin' spar.. Me told l lp.s.
the Worth Florida Production .f the Womrr. Department MO r.MMr WM banded a h>sfM thai parking WM UM main resion Among other. FU ld* reprenen
and announcement ? s csht- In moring..king with crampedSfflM Isllves of the tobMew farmers
Credit AsMctaUofl which Include edixsiional w......., Ikal earrted
baaa made that I bats foods and ie inf and aunt- ...... __.. to kta e V tot space al the Oreenl location "presenting testimony si the War
lea eras U.'''''' WM Fred Clark,
Pint Federal Savings and tog ye ees>... a aw>-ry .
PCA ....... The property hM already been scronomlal and tobacco tiwcUlistsi
WO relocate al the present CugriM: Milan snpertntrndent M Ike ...n r M
location an South Onto A.....*. I of UM Truth Drpartmenl. Inctudroorrf wended by UM ftchMl IU.rdAdvtMey purchased by the. bank the. Unrvemiy of Florida I
to ed teeUnce UM nrw locations : <... r Inn. FM IIansrnadon ComeaWtoe ad a piea Tie propowd new bank site kadud.i lie. W L. Fnuhetl. led TechnolncUl.
bee Vnlverslty of Florid,
three reddawe.
s.ndt.d .
acOJttea UMwkMl
and espsnded wbkk a ,.e '" to
tosUtnUona bMtdiUU known to kraal resufcm s M UM Isetiflad M to a different to to..
u nsMamry f er UM heed. a.aw. fee a
UI..rld l
toertwaedmrvtoM f home ef the laU Ooternor Cary bac o from th* aspect of soil
to te.rvwe the ..m WM prMledFaeeaAs
wouM to sen the bank' 4' OfflrbN KlrrtetlUnofnrta : see asked to alg* Ibea A. Ir...., the sir, N U Brink Other popl stteiidln th*

tog needs. of ttria ey. k retards .. art alee ..,....... and to aadM IbMreblMrra ran home, and the home ef t elate besrtng wr Kent I)".. Florida
wpm pmrwa Kke ttss b lion held Tt *4r to* fin three ) to ........, UMef ..... J nn F ".",.d.. Tie lUidee .IBM TOB.U(0. r... I)

planned then hM to be a baavl i. I aupervteor purls r me awannet fvaadpr.s$.. -!... SMMaM rile Is basted si UM noehealwren
aad growing iiumsmnrty for needs Sell and Wste Conaerva- oUMf nUUv. M vest Melgbbeew ef OhM Af.rnM and Met* (;IlmurrsplrlntnI

to. toerease M that proportton. 'I Auto Dealer Moves To Live Oak I tics JUftr putrtct shag UM J. tam sad frW**. who > awten ..,.... The Dr Masse Tu lltHtrtlM
was .....lwvd and that Ev a.. bao ......* to ..batMeflao and Kami homes .11 on UM 11"/,11,1
Tavwaty gUgM H waa mr 4..... ManmaJ Oaker; tersest restVB Cwpaoy ta .......... m b a ROM...... Milan of CTBrten and t. C. were bM si atk.4Wed north ... of lUhreneton IHreelsdj4nw Sajr.Ua (ass sad .....
.... .. .
.1. c.w.er. .
of UM I. a
I s
with a grow .Md. by f-T*
wnt to att saflBbw of OM ........ "Has, Copeland of Wetawm .wereMmed ra..wbae y
pen*** dedicated: to better scttoallor TsMojU. Oa, bas morel Artacnu Aflwtle Lesion and to sew fotAr.,*., Vrrms. oeban.. who n....... to UM Day ........ gel the new Gft.,.... Bore to tb* S0.
UM cMUrtn of tbeWM with fc* famay to tfv Cak'wbire Trimof ruttim War* The emnali sane without .... ....... .... wa. 4..b01 and buURtAg wM bare twice M much ...... e....' ItosItgi Read 4

be Is wvtwr of GsurClMTreMX3Msmat.de .. and JAil wife. Mtaal T. and Bade the athln oT tne psand al Ib p.INl.as floor space, and would allow teat. Ir1 wed re,.silaf I. .keep.

(1 bxumed wtm the tojenre Oft* eaB hat ,.. tkfI on5 IIJmMI... ... all Butt DMfttt. S4*.rdte t* May ........ .... ...... to kiss C, ..,.,.. for MAlI sMctomers.FUiM N and Harry. M.wesk They wtOtorm
__ that M fwther drtsy beacerptod Suet TJM tfeatenfetowMfomsr sad II...... IL wtII saw seta*! TKhBkton JoNS W Bampun.The 1M s jp e4 sampan to MSM*! are net now" far enouahalon -.. ies Im a. la*

sad that artww bs taken OnMHSUM OMTIW* bM in ........ Ocwty. MictHastto ether t.e get ken of UM silk ales TbwwMf miratM.Tkf eetimau a dato feIces. beset
.dt ilk. ,... ..... Pda ..... .. UM nut building heCseMsrama' OUtee- suubNe ebo sip ...
towMdutefy to pat IK Cos owtMd br UM lateape' aNitar to hXH! ochooL Human ....,c. wlMse terms ban wfli be d bf
pie. ef this emmtr *. d M.dewbKher pw. OrtM asH,Goal ka ks fs MMw .w. more ycort t* rare i. weber aad ........ M..keel ..w oeM en Ike bead see 3. D.
or IMS a bond dscatoabe .. ... and U B. Ros. UM IMW rra Ccksv ... $0 W *>* of .... Mm* Wyltosi -, .
... ..
safled to provide better siShmmxIBM .. ,IS.. COVMtKiltl, Fag II B ..
lot ,fit P.m .sett JW seer bags $0 agars.
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Farm Suwanncc County, Florida

Really Free Press FrontBy 191519401955Taken


This week has been designated Nation. to be bought, and It doesn't give the mighty

al Newspaper Week and while we have newspaper empires enough competition to earn Im Doyle ConnerThe E.

never been one to put much stock in the their enmity. From The Filet Of'HIE J

various days proclaimed thruout our land Editorially it preaches "Trade at Home," first requisite of fanning SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT

by all those who have or assume proclaim. "Support your local Chamber of Commerce" and la land, but land Is becoming I -- V- I b

ing perogatives, due to the rapidity with "Go to church on Sunday." But it can and does harder to come by and, perhaps

which individually-owned newspapers are Jump on crooked politicians and corrupt government worse, harder to hold. 1915After the charter list of names for the vile Ga.. and plan a similar i a

disappearing in this state, we think it fittingto and it can wax eloquent over the questionsof Population centers used to being closed for a number Live tional Oak Rifle Rifle Association Club to the Na- trip next week to Cairo, C a

pass on the editorial below as thought- patriotism and motherhood. Now and thenit spread gently like ripples on a of months making improve I a few weeks at Washington

provoking and timely. castigates the Mayor, or Governor of the State, pond, but they are now smashing farm- ments and adding new machinery that favorable action ago ha 'Iw'It'
and the President and the Supreme Court of like great tides across our Oak Limestone Company
Constant vigilance for better than eigh- recede. Not only the Live taken and that he will issue
the United States when It feels they deserve lands never to Is in operation again and :
ty years has earned for this newspaperthe la swallowed by expressways charter at the next meeting. t1t.
our soil being
individualism so necessary today and censure. Its personnel work long hours, moreor shopping centers and turning out good rock. The plant a B) t.t

to which the writer refers. The writer of less cheerfully accepting torrents of abuse housing, but much of it must now I* now being operated by electric 1910 t.r
Motors with a total horsepower
the editorial could well have had us in from disgruntled readers. be set aside for outdoor recreation power. ,
wash '
of 235 being used to John F. White Sr., 115, :
mind when he penned his message. But It is FREE Perhaps it is that kind of areas as retreats for our nerve- '
and crush the rock in place of nent native of Suwannee
Entitled the Really Free Press this edi- freedom that comes when you no longer have racked urban citizens. steam. died Friday afternoon in a bc'bp

torial is credited to the South Lake Pressat anything more to lose. But it la the most real And the asking price for land is Steam power la still being usedto sonville hospital after a brief

Clermont. It reads: journalistic freedom left In the world. Too significant becoming prohibitive for many convey the rock; from the pit nes*. Funeral services were

There la a lot said, and sometimes doubted, for the pressure groups to bother with, who would like to serve our city- to the washer, ,from where It is ducted Sunday in the chapel :
dwellers by growing their food.
about the freedom of the American press But it wields a cumulative power that Is one of the It'. increasingly harder to hold carried to the big crusher. Jacksonville funeral home,

the freest press in our land today Is the small tremendous forces in our nation today. the land, because of dozens of was burled In Oaklawn

independent weekly newspaper. It Is free because But like many of our blessings, it la taken economic factors in the formof As soon aa the Florida Railway in Jacksonville. c'b
finishes the road from the main
It la one of the last survivors of an age of for granted People tolerate It like they do an natural hazards and man-made : ]
line to the Luravllle phosphate Van H. Priest, popular
individualists It is too small to be noticed a eccentric aging relative. The weekly paper has burdens.
mines, and that will be only a man and legislator-elect of
deal the mighty that mold pub been around so long that the Every man who ever farmed is h.b
great by powers citizenry rarely natural short time, the phosphate rock son, was guest speaker at h.M
lic opinion. It exists only by the grace of the Almighty pauses to consider it. But, comes a dictatorshipor painfully aware of the will be shipped to the Live Oak weekly luncheon of the

and the good will of its advertisers. Its military occupation, the newspaper la the first hazards as big and bolsterou.i: Limestone Company where It will Club at the Suwannee Hotel
as howling hurricane, as irresistible -
owners and publishers are usually too stubborn thing that must be controlled.Oitux a paralyzing be crushed. Friday and made a fine
and sinister aa a
The limestone plant I* the on the part business can
freeze, aa tiny but deadly as microscopic -
greatest in the state. Teats show must play In national defense.
plant pest*.
About the rock to be excellent for building
Those kinds of challenges date
and agricultural Leon High Lion of
back to the time that, by Eve'. purposes.
ThisAnd folly, Adam had to become oarfirst handed the Bulldogs a 25-0
The Florida Telephone Company Ing last week at
I th lr
farmer to keep up
e farmer which services the countiesof Legion Field, the worst
Garden of Eden. Every
g JJ1 Suwannee, Hamilton, Lafiy- suffered by the Suwannee
since Adam has taken the natural -
cite Taylor, Columbia" Madison, eleven In many year This
menaces philosophically --
-7 That to and Echola County Ga, has the Bulldogs go to Jasper,
knowing he was man enough
headquarters In Live Oak. 811- a close game Is expected. V'TJ
cope with come of the threat
wannee County has more telephones -
Florida Playing for High Stakes It will employ more than 2,000 high-salaried and accepting the fact that some in proportion to population Some directors of the
of the hazards were too great for
Hopes were again aroused last week when it was scientific and technical personnel, will be more than any other county In the Fair Association went to '

learned that the Oainesvllle-Starke-Jacksonville than a mile in diameter, and will cost approximately any Now man, there to conquer.is one burden that state. Officers of the telephone fairs being held In South :'
$60,000,000 a year to operate. Estimated company are Gary A. Hardee, last week In an attempt to ,
area had survived the U. S. Atomic Energy Com the farmer of Eden did not haveto
president: James L. Kirk, treasurer first hand Information '
construction time Is on
mission's first round of elimination as a possiblesite years. bear: ad valorem taxation. ,
and gen. manager: and Mrs. county fairs in neighboring 1"b
development that this project would bring "Ad valorem" literally mean
for the AEC'a proposed $300,000,000 .
Anna M. Kirk, secretary munities are doing. They saw
smasher to our area, if we should be the final choice, staggers "according to value", but as the elaborate display of

The AEC announced that it had trimmed the the imagination The odds are long, but the term Is applied ta taxation today Col. A. E. Leslie, who sent off and livestock product In ,

list of proposed sites from 126 to 85. situated in stakes are high, and well worth playing for Florida It inland.Taxation refers .to property, principally -
43 states, and added that selection of the actual should present a united front In Its effort to I

site may be delayed until early in 1066. Of course, obtain the 200-BEV accelerator, Although we're Is an issue about HIS ANNUAL SWAG ,

one in 85 is still mighty long odds, but it Is encouraging partial to Camp Blandlng, of course the important which we all are inclined to get

to know that the Camp Blending site thing 1s to get it FOR FLORIDA I carried away occasionally and j1 ,

included in tht Jacksonville-Gainesville proposal, -Bradford County Telegraph Just recently in Gainesville, a Sidi S

Is still under consideration.As a a group of fine gentlemen brought co LOaG sAAt
property taxes Into their proper SgE YA NgxTtAR '
an indication of the advantages offered Now, WomenWe've perspective I think. > /
by our fair state, the AEC disclosed that Florida of the Flir- u 3C
come a long way in the equalization of They are
has more areas still under consideration than any. Ida. Council.
Agricultural Advisory
women in the world since the days when such determined :
other state. Three of Florida's suggested sites reprtMnUnc every major facet of
suffragettes as Susan B Anthony and ;:
were eliminated Including) Gulf County-Panami Florida's farming industry I am
Emmeline Pankhunt raised the Ire of the male by
blessed with their excellent advice
City, Santa RosOCountYr and Fort Pierce. Those
demanding the right to
as a group four times a year,
that weathered the first elimination are: Gaines
In these times, the distaff side apparently feels and from them Individually from
ville-Jacksonville, (Camp Standing); Dade County,
there la no preserve which should be left exclusively time to time between the meetings -
Palm Beach CountY; Fort Walton Beach, Orlando- for the "stronger sex", .

Orange County, the Tampa Bay area, Tallahassee, Just how far this Invasion has gone was made At Gainesville, the principal :

and Broward County. clear recently when a group of women demandedan topic for discussion was this mat- FLORIDA'I

And it Is the firm belief of Jacksonville equal vole In an organization known as the ter of taxing our farmlands.I .

Gainesville, and Starke Chamber of Commerce officials Cigar Smokers of America.At wish the general public could .t

that none fills the requirements better than the gioup's recent convention In Newport, have heard these men. first-hand definedthe
because they so lucidly:
the Camp Blending area. Rhode Island, several women showed up aa prospective tax inequities which threatento
When the AEC asked for site proposals In delegates and offered a resolution seeking destroy Florida agriculture

April it laid down :'a strict set of requirements, voting rights One female stogie fan reported con Maybe I can paraphrase some

stipulating that' -any site proposed must be within sumlng ten a day, which, she claimed, gave her aa of the pertinent points they -p

50 miles of a major university or research center, much right to be a Cigar Smoker of America as nude:

within 59 miles of a city of more than 800,000 pop anybody else.Society There are two basic principal :

elation, and in close proximity to a major airport.In long-ago relared its taboos against of taxation. One U that everybody rI.

the words of Billy Mitchell, executive vice women smoking cigarettes. And women now occasionally should py something for .u.-u"fIl.
the benefit that they receive.
president of the Gainesville chamber, "our pro sport pipes decorated with costume jewelry .
The other Is that they should pay
posal hit every criteria right on the head. In proportion to their ability to
At least 8,000 acres of land were required, But the cigar smokers organization put Its foot

and a water supply capable of producing 2,000 odwn over cigars and denied females the right to pay.The tale tax was enacted with .

gallons per minute of "extremely high quality" vote or even to speak at Its business sessions. this In mind, but since some universal

water and potential for delivering an enormous Perhaps the members were thinking of that goods were exempted from

electrical power load were among the other qualifying oft-quoted statement: "A woman la just a woman, assessment, not everyone la paying -
points. but a good cigar I II a smoker their share for their share of

Mitchell points out that the Jacksonville- -The Lake Wales News the benefit benefit O
a a Many of those reaping
Gainesville area, including Camp Blending, are in ow nothing. And these are demanding -

a unique situation where they can supply every National Itoom more and more benefit w ( <

criteria, lie explained that the area la ringed by all the time and they're going
Florida Power & Light Co. lines, and can providethe Education today is in the midst of a great back to the land to collect these IN s

electricity needed to operate the gigantic 200 boom. During the past year, some 53 million people benefits through higher propertytaxes
or 28 per cent of all Americana were enrolledIn .
billion electron volt accelerator laboratory,
school Total cash outlays for public and private Even before the National Depression i.r
addition, Jacksonville-Gainesville has the
schools amounted to an estimated $36 billion, up began Florida plunged ,
population, housing, water, research, and airport more than tenfold from $304 billion in 1940. Into one when people simply refused
facilities required. Gainesville has the Universityof to continue paying their
Nearly: JVi million persona were employed as ,
Florida, and Jacksonville has an airport served teachers, Instructors and professors.The property taxe We can go backto b a

by five major airlines and 188 flights dally, "And Lake Wales News that agala Property taxes can
we're sitting right on top of the Florida aqulfler. become such a burden that we

which la capable of providing hundreds of millions quit paying them swain and we ar
can start that whole desperate
of gallons of water "
the executive aald.
The Suwanncc DemocratOF cycle all over again.
Gainesville proposed two sites for the AEC All the worthwhile cause supported

project Camp Blending, and a tract known aa LIVE OAK, FLORIDA by taxes could break downIf i'r
Reinhold Park in the Penny Farms area. Of the that happened.If .

two, however Camp Blending would seem to have "/n the lltarl of ifo SIIKWIHM Riper Y.n.t' the tales tax was applied They take turns walking her to the

the better chance of serious consideration. The across the board however, there

Reinhold land would have to be. purchased, and BANNER Consolidated LEADER would be adequate financing for. the Commercial Bank. Anyone with 4a.
Established 18$4 August 2, 1897 Established 1888PnblUhed all
our worthwhile public purpose
the AEC has let it be known that no alto will be
Every Thursday at Pin ft Conner Street
and to relieve the tax pressure ru
cash and hand
considered unless it is offered without having to quantity currency on
be purchased.The Louie Wadsworth ................,. Publisher on property.:

AEC has asked the National Academy of T. A. Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor out The or tax It*burden heavy must weight be spread will should use the Night Depository for .

Science to take on the Job of further screening, Clara Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor threaten to collapse those landholders
Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager .
and on-slte Inspections will be made within the moat dependent upon
next few months The Florida Development Com George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman land for survival the grower

mission, and representatives from the eight Florida Second Class Poatagt Paid At Lire Oak Florida and the rancher.
So went the council's think
areas still under consideration
are even now planning SUBSCRIPTION SUwannee County $4.00 In,.
their strategy to cooperate in every way inconvincing RATES Outside Suwannee County $5.00 I agree that the cost of benefits

the site selection group that the pro should be shared by the bene-
s ject la a natural for Florida. flclarle and that the expedient of .
> If Florida' should be the final lucky choice it heaping bigger taxes on real ;:

would be a tremendous boon to the entire state, no MEMBER OF property may be a short-cut to .

matter in what area U la located. The mammoth Florida Pow AMciatioa( ] economic ruin.. III OF LIVE
There U that more
atom amaaher the largest ever constructed I no arguing
6UWANNEK COUNTY public monks win be needed for ,
la expected to become LIVE OAK.
a world focus for high energy example. to continue improving .
physics and the stimulus for scientific and Industrial Chamber of Commerce our school: system, which must -


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-- g f9/rdetoed to- _-= Garden Will Meet Club FridayThe Circles Miss/ III.Shirley, Ann Foy I I I Here And ThereMr .1

Lire Oak Garden Club I
and Mrs John J. Gorman visiting their son-in-law and
circles will meet at he f
following homos Friday after of Mobile. Ala.. spent the weekend daughter Mr and Mrs Joe Bales. .

WOMEN with their son-in-law and In Thomasvllle N C. S
noon The Aisles Circle will
meet at three-thirty' In the daughter, Mr and Mrs Al Leonard Mr. and Mrs J. Marvin Phil. a

home of Mrs. Loncrnla Hicks. JrMiss lips Jr and baby daughter and j

The CanttUla Circle will meet Caroline Hart of MuconGa : Mr. and Mrs. Danny B. McCrlmon J

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society: Editor at the Garden Center at three .. spent Sunday with her parents visited Mr. and Mrs Tommy I

-_.- 'clock, and the Dogwood Clr- Mr. and Mrs Dennis Hart Kennon and baby in Gainesville J
Mrs Ruth Warren and last
son Wednesday evening 1
clue will meet In the home 1If
Mm!' AHbritton Law Official On Mrs C. R. Wadsworth with Mrs Chuck returned to Live Oak last Miss Joanna Tsacrlos studentat

dub II. Tuesday after spending a week Florida State University. Tallahassee
Feted With Shower Junior ProgramA G. Fennel as co-hostess at
three-thirty visiting her parents Mr and spent the week end with
Min Gloria Jean Allbrltton. program on traffic safety will The Mrs. Claude Cartler In CocOA. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nicky
Redbud Circle will meet
bride-elect of Oct 9 was honored be given by Sgt Floyd Crawford A,'Ic Robert Cartler will complete Tsacrlos

with a bridal shower last Tuesday I of the Florida Highway Patrol ty-alxlh Tuesday evening at seven-thirty October at'wen-the four years of duty with the Mrs. S B Montgomery Jr.. wentto

r afternoon the home of Mrs. and Chief Elwood Howard of the Garden U. S. A P. on October 18 He and Ft Jackson 8 C.. Thursdayand !
Crater with Mrs. E. B. I
C 0 Palmer with Mrs O M Live Oak police department. Browning and Mrs Tom Cannon w his family will\ make their homeIn her son Pvt Dill Montgomery i

Todd u co-hostess. I II Thursday evening when the Junior Sr.. as hostows.WWI Cocoa. returned home with her for .(

I The dining table was covered Woman Club holds their I Mr. and Mrs Henry Leech are 13 days En route home they

e with a white cutwork cloth. In'' meeting at the Garden Center at I stopped by Barnesvtlle Oa and

i'I the center was a beautiful two- seven-thirty Velrran Officers!' another son Cadet David Montgomery

a tiered crystal candelabra holding I Prospective: members are Invited I Mr*. KantfJmrd.. I II returned home with them
. to attend the meeting Honored l At Luncheon
two white candles and an arrangement for the week find.I I
. Mrs. Roy Slemp. president Veterans of Circle: hostessMrs. .
St red and pink roses, World War One 1MrN,1S'nrncr

coral vine and fern. The punchbowl I I urges that all members attend. Barracks'. 1183 and the Ladies I I Wilton Kane was tt'M'

) was at one end and a pink.I 1 1Leigh I Auxiliary met last Wednesday at J to Circle One of the First Presbyterian Feted

party cake and Mexican wedding the Antioch Community Center Church on October 5, at

cookies at the other. Ann WeinhoM for a luncheon meeting honoring her home on Pearl Avenue. With Stork ShowerA

Mrs Arils M. Palmer won first Mr. and Mrs Roger Weinhold I Department Commander Harry L. Mrs. Dan Harrell circle chairman stork shower honoring Mrs

I prize for the bride s recipe: I, announce the birth of a daughterIn Shatter of Largo and Department presided over the meeting Woodrow Warner was liven In

: The hostess presented the the Suwannee County Hospital Chief of Staff for the Department Mrs Jim Walkup gave the devotional the home ot Mrs. Jack Warner

honoree with some china In her The baby weighed eight pounds of Florida. and Department Chiefof Thursday afternoon September

' chain pattern along with a cake I and four ounces and has been Staff for the Auxiliary Mr I r : The program "The Acts Of SO

S baking dish and cake plate named Leigh Ann WeJnhold and Mrs William A. Frampton I Luke" was given by Mrs Walkup, Games were played and prttes

I. With the guest of honor were I The maternal grandparent are of Venice. Mrs. Dan Chandler, and Mrs won by Mrs Irene Harrell and

her mother Mrs Jesse M Mr. and Mrs. Phil ROM The paternal Mrs Irene M. Shall presidentof i It Claude Vice Mrs Clsudette Green.

button. the groom-elects AU-j I grandparents are Mr and I the local auxiliary Introduced ...., There were 13 members present The hostesses. Mrs Connell
Mrs. Alton O McCullers.: and Mrs Carlyle Weinhold of Adell Commander Shifter who spokeon I! 'It. Mrs Charles Lance was welcomed Thompson and Mrs Jack Warner

A Wise the purposes and accomplish' Into the circle served the thirty
grandmother Mrs. W Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fey announce the engagement of their as a new refreshments to
ments of the organization since Its member guests present
beginning In W at Cleveland daughter Shirley Ann. to Walter Vernon Creech son of Mr. and

: Ohio through the granting of a Mrs O. V Creech of Jennings

I Public NoticesIN congressional charter signed by The wedding will take place October twenty-eighth at seven

President Eisenhower: In KM until .clock In the evening In the Advent .Christian Charrh of Uve

THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRDJUDICIAL ..4 .y*. ftr. r.*_fr4 I. MTV. S rrr St the present time when the. I Oak. The Rev Otwsld Knight of the Corinth Missionary Ba,- the ninny wardrobe magic looks
' CIRCUIT, IN AND **> IMWOT S. posies. I. ik* iMnftalnl memberahlp numbers more than .
COUNTY, D'O. Ik* Ptataliff. AltorM* hat Church will perform the ceremony, assisted. By Rev M. A. TielII -
IN CHANCERY Wn I":. 1 Sl...kir, r. O B*. 111: II.000 veterans One of the purposes of the Advent Christian. Church i.
l LAMAB HANCOCK ll>. Uu rt ria. .. ... fit* Ik.* *rl..tMki of the group ls to fight all ofaQk@ : 't'tI
"lelaur. Ik. *rrir' *f tk* ClM-k *f Ik. ClrIt Everyone I. Invited to .tl4>.... A small reception will bo held
... .. iMrt. .......* CM.ly 1.1.. OkrWrM alien forces particularly com I
VOLNET aaooua..1: .1!i. .. n .r kfr. tk. Ilk .., wiM. munlsts and the other pressure In the youth building for friend" and relatives after the reremm
!). . NOTICE TO DEFEND' MtMl Ik* ..... ..h...... |k* llkIMH ..>... groups. I
TRI STATE 0" .1..0..11) TOt l .f tk. _pl.... ..IU M l..raI .<, Commander Shaffer Introducedhis Lady Golfers I Mil Mrs. TJHOII Circle: 4 4Mix
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VOu/IY UROOLaM..4 1 M pw
k.n ._. .. L DENSLER >M. .4 Or4.r4 .hi 1.1.. 0... "... chiefs of stsff. Mr. and Mrs October MeetingThe II "Four hostess, 1
w1... ._ f _'*- an uh.wa; Ml Ikll Ilk 4., .4 OrtoMr. A l> IMSLAVAUCHN Frampton Mrs Prsmpton urged .
CLARA BROOK a NELSON .1.*.. A. BrSSIONSClrk : lady golfers of the 8u.an Circle Four of the First Frrs
the ladles to bring in
I.** of rMhUw to Til I:. C.taI' .t tlr*.M C.nSIIVMM more mem I nee Country Club met Fridaymorning ,
51 in*!. U. O.:, L...M* C..a,, I iMnlr: ......... hers and spoke of the work, done byterlan Church met on Octoberfourth
"."'. FRED N. ,"OOK'.. J*. wkM* ISEAL at the club house for in the home of Mrs
*f n.I4..N to SIT Nator A.*..*. Br: UU.. ...,.... D. C by the auxiliaries; in the veteran their October golf, business. and Lawrence Colonial
JIM Lt.. O.k. SVWIHM. Cjtr. FIN tl.tl hospitals throughout the Tyson, on
Ida Duals H GILL wkM* akin. ml Mrs Lillian D. luncheon meeting Street with ten members present It up. Match It up Live It up In wardrobe
I Haugh.
!'. to Itarrow **rtorhto.1*'.. U,.FAILS O.k. NOTICE OF APPLICATION of the 10th district and .ta&1 A tournament was held at nine magic separate. the last of the Mir time blender -
BROOEE GILI. vkM* *lm** .f rM>. .... IMI4. P'" officer\: and Harry R Hsugh. commander o'clock with Mrs. Claude Vice and Mrs Tyson chairman and dr> with stocking to match I Any number can play.
4m ITS J... S t. BMnfort.BM NOTICE Mrs John Hampton Jr tiring
: I IS HI.Rt.ST C.IVEN tk*< voUonal leader, presided over the
.(* C..1,. S.*lk (.,. ... MAST In 11_ tk. kMr. W tk* fi|*.. of the IOth district and
wu BROOEER EEATENBOMO ...kM* *". .... ... .k.. fito4. .. trtiri. .<.i*. VAV8 officer: received congratulations for the best putting woreMrs meeting and was assisted in the combination U winner In color.
IM *f nmMrmfm to ISII Bk-to A'.- I for .... *w4 I* k* to...4 tkrM. TinMrttalral Frank Futch: ft. presided "Acts In The Early Every a aprltely( new .
I I .y J k./a. D..d C**.tr. Ftor- ......... ..4 p..n ml ...*. from Mrs. Prsmpton for the business meeting and program Sweater, 34-40, Bottom, 5-15.
tml. ll.to.. ..4a over rturrrT. by Mrs I. R Tragle
Id.t! If MI4 mmmlt trm 55e. Ik* L..rlatk..1 Ik. .r.>.rt> work at the Veterans Hospitsl In !
..... ,... .MM.a .....* .l tawMT.MJ .51 .Ik* MUM to vklck II I'.. MNLMare named the following on the noml and the group
....'-0 ........ N ....,- 5 MIN .. I.Iln.lC.csMM... Lake City, by volunteers of the
*r .*rlto* .l....to. k>. tknvik. : N*. Sft local auxiliary and barracks nttirig committee.: Mrs 1larleyBrown. e vt4i\
..... or ...1." ,.... .4 WORTH ... .f |MMrl IMSSMtk. Mrs. Claude Itsekney. and I
STEfHENS T. I. aalir.N. C. H. I D..tlp.k.1 P,4SCl1: L's II. .... members
BROWN. H. A. BLACEBtRN ..4 W. RMrCRrnOR .t.., ""II.. 5.,1w.. I' T.whta 1 I Mrs. Randolph MaiMra Melody Jetin Knott
.. TrntM* rf THE NINE ..... II EMI Bam Penn was a vlxllor
LV.STEPHENS COMPANY s rtorl*. N.! .. I* vkwk ._..4, Mil.. Aus. Happy Drgrnharilt and Mrs Jane Cooper and Mrs Mr. and Mrs William Harry 't
.._..... die..|.... -ikM. pl.e..t. c.. C7
ml*.*** .r* ........ ... ,...... r*> AU III ..*I1 a.tlr ..... 5 15. Mr and Mrs Karl Drgenhardt Jean Harrell were welcomed as Knolls of Fl Pie re* are announcing ,,
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IrMlM*. ranlM*. .* .> ..1..d S i .... MTtmr. .!*.
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........ ant''... *r ...... ...... .> toll u. to m.ii4 ... ..rt.. s5. .MIL I.1I., hin.l.e sS.d _, _...... Ie ..1 ...."'... .. Hospital. The bat/y has been the decoration for t.M..tw.ohcoon. she wolgruxt a Ibs and \. oun l lr
:t IM t1.w1.S. 4Miirlk.4 ta> *. .*to.to. will to ..... t* Ito kltoflr.1 >'
I* *r and has been named Mrod|
Mrs. John or* ;
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...*. wkwk .to Ito l.l 4r .. NitofDk4 .. and hosuwse Mrs Knolls Is the former Con
Mr and Parry
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County In: Florida McAlltin _non_ Exhibit Prize -If-...i>"."..rnt.>..1. Steers I Education is reported to be going -J Dennett Will Speak At Dedication I
underground at Duke. Okla.,

Collections Two Suwannee County boys, Gary won second place in the I where a 15 classroom school Is U. S. Rep. Charles Bennett of, An open house at the Home*win

September Sales Tax Jerry and Gary Ooff sons of Mr. 4-H division and Jerry took third being built six feet beneath the Jacksonville will deliver the dedicatory also be part of the Sunday after-

and Mrs. John Ooff of McAlpin, place. In showmanship Gary was surface of the earth. address for the Advent noon dedication ceremonies

Here Show 41 Per Cent IncreaseSuwannee were winners in the Youth Showat third and Jerry fourth Both are Christian Home's new cafeteria .

the Columbia County Fair members of the McAlpin Com- pion of the Youth Show, accordIng and civic center building October Finland Is the world leader in

County's September sales tax based on Wednesday morning with home- munity 4-H Club to Fred DeVane, assistant 24, according to Pomeroy Carter per capita consumption of fluid

August business increased 41.77 per cent over the 1964 born-and raised Hereford- -steers.--Gary was,. named- reserve cham--county agent. -, superintendent-- milk.

figures, triple the statewide increase of 13.11 per cent.

Suwannee was behind only Putnam County in Florida I.

(which reported a- 41.91 Def> cent increase), being the IEW MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS For Sale Real Estate

second highest county In the state _

In Increased September sales tax St. Augustine Comes t ftv1yjr1 ,rTi K'OPPp,9 F

collections. The figures Indicate a

brisk business Increase here over Here Friday NightThe NITYLmLE MONEY tions at reasonable for your farm cost opera-Terms HORNE REALTY CORP.

1964 Suwannre Bulldogs will to fit your needs. Loans up to BRANCII OFFICE
The 40104.37 In three per cent 7 Call North Florida Production 216 W. Howard
play St. Augustine at home Friday years. St.
sales tax monies collected here In night for their first conference ADS I- HELP WANTED FOR SALE Credit Assn. S. Ohio

August and reported last month of the Ave., Live Oak. Tel. 3622588. GEORGE B. DEES
collected game season. WANTED AT ONCE Curb girl SINGER electric sewing machine e abetfANY
compare with 28288.46 Coach Sanford's "B" team BIG RESULTS and kitchen help. If Interested In console cabinet like new Associate
August 1964. will play In Lake City tonight I Phon. 362-1688
for apply In person. Parker's Drive Sews forward and reverse. Al 1
State sales tax collections (Thursday) for their second BUY_SELL-EXCHANGE In, US 129, Jasper Road. attachments for making buttonholes I
period totaled $20
outing. They tied Madison last TYPE
call tf zlg-zagging and fancy 3-Bedroom Frame Home
.93 according to Ed Straughn, week 1212. Whatever the purpose. you will
director of the State Revenue The varsity record now find Democrat clatslflods do WANTED Waitresses. Apply at stitch designs. Fully guaran: MEMORIALWORK LJ Good Size Lot
teed. Can be seen in your area It House In Oood,Condition
Commission stands at 2-2 after their 35.7 the Job, quickly and well. Dixie Grill!. cajj If Make eight monthly paymentsof Garage
This is an Increase of $2.434.-
loss to Quincy. See stories on
SERVICE ROUTE AND SALES $Ul or will discount for $5.1100.i
083.75 over September a year ago
Page 9. INSERTION cash. Write: Credit Manager,, DONE
or 13.11 per cent, The fiscal year DEADLINE FOR Live Oak area $90 per week
collections July through September 5:06: P.M. Tuesdays minimum salary to start. QuaIl 122 S. Clearwater Road. Largo, Very Nice 3-Bedroom Home

total $63,752.844 or 763 LOW RATE FOR RESULTS fy for raise in 3 months. One Florida. pgbh 18-22 Granite, Marble, Bronze I ya Baths

per cent over the 59228978.64 Mrs. R. L. BakerFuneral 5L 4 cents per word, with a year residence age 21 to 45 BUTLER BUILDINGS Butlerall Phone 362-3333 Cement Block Construction

collected during the same period minimum of $1.00. Write P. O. Box 569, Gainesville metal panel frame buildings I LIVE OAKMONUMENT 4 Lots
last services were held In IAn classifieds mn>. be paid in Fla. Give brief personal $19000 Some Terms s
year. Madison Tuesday for Mrs. Rossle i and sheds. Call T E. McCall CO.
Total collections from the five advance.) history and 3-year employment
I I 935-4202. Branford Fla.
per cent Wholesale Sporting Lee Baker, 68, sister of Mrs Oren ONE WEEK FREE history. crib 20-23 Homer Sanford, Rep. 260 Acre
pdJJ 19-23
Bernhelm and Mrs Ted Rathelof _
IVi Acres Tob.
Goods Tax, July through September ordered for five
Classifieds! I I
Live Oak She died SaturdayIn WANTED Route salesman.
Corn Base
reached 300278.39 for a decrease weeks, run the last week free. I USED CLOTHING-Army pants.
Palatka. Guaranteed salary Southern I ; SEWING MACHINE CENTER la Mile Road Frontage
of 441 per cent below the ".00 will pay for a 28 word coats. Jackets. Complete line of
funeral held In the Bakeries For further Infor-
The was Co. Old Dwelling In Fair Condition
$314.16292 collected in the same advertisement for five weeks. men's, women's and children's DONT FUSS CALL US
Church in mation contact A. O Pridgen
First Presbyterian About 230 Acres Cleared
Classifieds clothes. Come In, browse around.
Democrat -
period a year ago. Use Suwannee SINGERand
Madison with burial in Pineland 720 East Duval cbjj 22-23 Terms-29
Sale % Down. Prlce-$33
Gasoline tax collections for for Proven Results. on all summer clothes.
all other makes rebuilt here
totaled $12,850,99006, Cemetery. Phone 362-2155. FRM FEED tf
CURB work
September Other survivors Include two HOP and lady to New and Used Machines
an Increase of 9.63 per cent over fountain wanted. Better than STORE. pdJJ 20-29
daughters Mrs J. C. Ward of FOR RENTFOR Needles 011 Parts
the $11.722,76556 for September
Palatka and Mrs. J M. Senkarlk average pay. Apply in person FOR SALE Hurricane lily (Ly- 724 Brown St.. Live Oak. Fla. TRAILER OWNERS
1964. A ii W Drive In cajj tf
of Sanford: another sister Mrs RENT Unfurnished house coris). yellow white, pink pur- Phone 362-2744 LOTS FOR SALE

F J Fearnside of Palatka: and at 202 West Duval Street. Call HELP WANTED Rowland's pie: Watsonias. gladiolus Iris, GOOD ERMS.. Priced $595
5 From Here Join one brother, Tom Perry Sr. of, 362-2048 nc tf Gulf Station. Apply in person daffodils hyacinths, tulips, Mrs C. C. Travis Managercbej OUTSIDE CITY (but clone in)

Palatka. Cbjj 22-23 anemone rsnunculas, amaryl- tf PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor
s FOR RENT 2-bedroom unfurnished lls. Bed mix for planting bulbs. 406 8. Ohio Are.

Phi Theta KappaNew house on SR 138-A, HOUSEWIVES AND MOTHERS- Use Hardlgreen to harden NOW OPEN Mrs Bee's Nursery Lira Oak Florida

Scholarship EXUIIIH! 8 miles northeast of Live Oak Part-tlme work available In shrubs for winter. FRM FEED and Play School. Children Phone 382-1389

members of Phi Theta Write: Owner, 1631 Clemson prestige business. Our nationally STORE. Phone 362-2159. kept dally, weekly or over etf
Kappa Fraternity of North Flor- Tuesday Road Jacksonville, Fla or known organization is num- pejd 20.24 night. Balanced meals, supervised

ida Junior College are Agnes State scholarship examinationswill phone Jacksonville\ 3983030. ber one in Its field If you havea play, shady fenced play
Dlckman Faith Protsman Nicky be administered by the Bu cajj tf, pleasing personality and best SALE Fuel oil circulating yard References Call Jorgen

Tsacrlos. Sheila Anne McDaniel, wannee County school adminis- references, write to Richard H heater stand and tank good I Bronen phJJ 14-23-
and Wayne Howard, all of Live tration Tuesday which will cover 2 OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT- Garland 4040 Woodcock Drive, condition, $29. Telephone 362- WHY PAY RENT?

Oak both Florida's State ScholarshipLoan Suitable for a service business Jacksonville Florida. Interview 2239 call 22.23
Phi Theta Kappa la a national Program for Nursing Education Apply Hollerbach's Corner, guaranteed. pafd 23 DESIGNAND
scholastic honorary society for and general scholarship Branford Road, Live Oak. Operators Annie H. .Mills, BUILD A HOME TO

Junior college students comparable loans for the preparation of cdJJ 21.25 LADIES boost income. Sell FOR SALE Mary Drew Boatrlght Myrtle SUIT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS
Mills Elaine Webb, and Manicurist II
to Phi Beta Kappa; in senior teachers. Luzier Cosmetics Call Lucille SINGER ZIO ZAO AND FINANCES. 1 t
Institutions. Membership in the I Persons eligible to take the examinations FURNISHED HOUSE for rent. Courtoy. 792-5451 or write Box Ruby Sanford. cajj If
See J, L, Brooks call 22 Fla. chJJ 22-31 SEWING MACHINE
organization Is limited to those are high school seniors 294. Jasper

students who are in the top ten college students and high TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX apt CABINET MODEL HALL'S ELECTRIC MOTOR Bob Wolfe, Contractor n

per cent academically of the total school graduates. for rent, unfurnished except AN OHIO OIL SHOP Fast and efficient ser Phone 3 2-3253
student enrollment The examinations will be given stove heater and refrigerator Late I1\OOel.\ Must place In area to vice. Complete motor rewinding

Pat Patterson president of the October 19 from 8:30: to 11:30: space. Available Oct. 20 COMPANY WANTS responsible party. Makes buttonholes and electrical apparatus ser LIVE OAK FLA.

fraternity, is also from Live Oak a.m. In the National Guard Arm- Couple preferred. Can be seen MAN OVER 40 FOR blind hems and fancy stitches vice. Formerly Hall's Fix-It cbjj U

ory In Live Oak.Application at 020 Weller Ave or call 382- without attachments. Must Shop located 1 block back of i
Precinct Relocate forms may be secured 2757 cajj tf LIVE OAK AREAWe see to appreciate. Guarantee remaining Landen Tractor Co., Mayo
from the office of School $58 88 cash or terms. Road. Phone 363-2978, Bunnle """
need a good man over 40 who FOR
Due to the sale of the Cowling SALE
Supervisor Leroy Bowdoln. Write Credit Mgr. P. O Box 381. Hall. pdif 19-23
Park Home Demonstration Clubhouse Business Opportunity can make short auto trips for Gainesville Fla. e 22-23 Two-bedroom home and 3.4 acres
the Board of County Commissioners about a week at a time. We are of land. 4* ml. from Lies. 0&It on

,ha changed the polls Former Live \Oak Man wUllni.to pay top earnings. NOW OPEN Mack's Grill at Highway tt ideal for 1IIn&1.famt..
location of Precinct Nine ''to the I If you would like to become a $16.500 In a Year Plus EXCEPTIONAL Ellavllle: near Suwannee River ly that wants country livins ,
cafeteria and Civic Center BuildIng : IlYaiN Alabama ChurchAndrew part of the billion dollar feed State Park. Specializing In select Priced to sell with easy term. I
at the Advent Christian W Tampllngs, formerly Industry In the operation of a NEW CAR as a Bonus OPPORTUNITYTo aeafoods and Suwannee Ready for occupancy.

Home, according to County Clerk of Live Oak has become pastorof your own business in Suwannee Our top men in other parts of River catfish. Also offering -

Lavaughn A. Sessions. the First Baptist Church in and Hamilton Counties, we country draw exceptional earnInlls acquire houseful of furniture steak and chicken dinners Open Two-bedroo.u CBS home In good

iylacauga, Ala. one of Alabama's will consider your qualifications up to $16.500 In a year This tt appliances In fine condition. at 6:00 pm. every day except neighborhood, 1&1'1'10&, a real buy

largest churches. Man chosen should not opening in the Live Oak area is Includes refrigerator range complete Monday Close at 12:00.: with good terms Ready for occupancy -

Tampling. a 1947 gradute of be over 50 years old and should worth just as much to the right bedroom suite complete living pejd 19-33 .

ColoredNews Suwannee High, attended Norman have had business or selling man Write air mall to K H room suit, large dinette A

College and New Orleans Baptist experience. Oood car and small Sears Free?, American Lubricants extras Assume balance Just Thire-bedroom home. Us baths!

Seminary. He is married to the Investment necessary Complete Co., Box 676 Dayton 1, Ohio. $297 Good location. Small down payment

former Bobble Skeen, daughter of training provided by qualified cdej) 22 No money down. $3 wk. Ask to monthly payment of $6454per
Irs. R. B. Skeen of Route 2. Live company representatives. If you see Lot No. 463 stored atNATIONAL LIVE OAK NEEDS A month. Lot 75'xl95.

Oak They have three children want all the details without -

obligation write P. O Box 1311, CAR WASH Three-bedroom home brick two
FOR SALE 3632 Beach BlvdJACKSONVILLE. i baths hardwood
Douglass Tallahassee, Fla. 32301 floors carportand
notary Sprflker, Urges, ccjd 22 FLA. .ONE FRANCHISE garage. Good location. Priced

Better Farm 1'.caicC'14Chuck FOR SALE New and used Open' dally .... St. .... Sun. 12.' to sell. I(000 down. P Il A. FI
In ActionThe Smith of Brooksvllle, pianos. Tier' Music Co.. Nortl. c2122FOR AVAILABLEThe -. NANCINO.

and Ohio Ave. Live Oak, 382-2111. Ito Car business
former county agent : representative Wash
Douglass High School LADIIS SALE: 3 black mlnlatun Can
caJJU Today 363-1369
for Southern Dolomite, booming I This Is not a newFAD" '
Band Is reactivated this year un- DRISS SHOP poodles males six weeks old. PAUL A. BIRD Realtor
was guest speaker at the Rotary but a solid proven Investment
FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer ARC
der the leadership of W. T. AVAIUIll HIM registered $79 each. CaU Cot 8. Ohio Ave.
Grant new director. The 80-piece Club Monday. LOW INVISTMINT chain saws, parts and service 382.IH3. CCJJ 21-21 offering franchised: Live Oak PIa.
Smith said that the world facesa owners a minimum manage
Logging supplies, hooks, clamps ---------
marching band, which made its porn riXTUMI oNly.arwa.rwM.na. -- -
first appearance Thursday night potential crisis in keeping food bows bars, and chains. Repairfor SINGER electric' sewing machineIn ment. high profit opportunitywith .U

at the halftime production In proportion to population _... _r ... $1MM most small gasoline engines. console cabinet like new a secure future. If you
Douglass-Jerkins growth and urged that .M M $154415 II ...,..... Sews forward and ,, an to enjoy a FOR BALE 12% acre, at City
show has been aided by some 1..... \._. ...-.. Tyre's Saw A Engine Service, rn "*. All eager prosper
$6000 raised for new equipment.The more young people should become km.. ..... ,_ formerly Electric: Service Co., attachments for making but.. ous future in your own business limits 8. E, 4-bedroom frame
Involved In farming as a career. .Mf. M _t I* n. ..1.a 905 tonholrs. Big-sagging and fancy call or write Immediate house 50 pecan trees. 4 tn.
green and gold uniformed . will kl.. ..... M* 6th St. Your small engine
He also said that farmers need MiwrvlM MM .M tom km headquarters eadj tf stitch designs Fully guaran ly for personal Interview, deep well Phone 3-31I3 af.
group will also appear at the ...- kr MMMI MM ,
ter 8 .
football game tomorrow (Friday) to become better Informed ando wmw. teed. Can be seen In your area pm ptJl 31-23
run their farms on a more FOR SALE An Sixes of tar. Make eight monthly paymentsof WILLIAM A. MASSEY
night at Madison Train-
County mslness-llke basis Call Collect 37S-SOS3 paulllns, guaranteed not to leak. $491 or will discount for FOR BALE -- 14-room haw 3attn.
Ing School. AND A3SO. INC.
Ottls Brown Motors. cdJJ tf cash. Write: Credit Manager fully equipped WIth ....

Writ*: 122 8. Clearwater Road. Largo. F. a Rot usa TeL $11-3171 on corner of Conner and Shelby
The DCT Class has announce! Robert L. Warren FOR SALE 100 $70. or 710 Florida. ptbh 22-26 WIVTIE r.'al(. 8U. Can 362.3373. tail U
that students have been placed With Navy At Guam Mr. Jame. Robtnon 15 new white wall Una AH noalD.2021|

in part-time Jobs In the following 1753 8.W. Slth Mac premium or first line. All full FOR BALI: One used refrigerator
Chief Radioman
Robert L.
establishments' : Buwannee County Gainesville, Florid 4-ply. Some slightly blemished In
good condition. can 77'- I ,
Warren USN. of Mr: and Mrs !
Hospital Town and Country Mo- son C 21-33 $19.93 plus state tax federal 1351. pear 21.23 CANT SLEEP I HIGH BLUFF RITBR FRONT
Walter J. Warren of Route 1,
tors, Crews Garage Northlngton tax Included. No exchange
O'Brien, is serving at U. S. Naval Mafia: JITTfRT! I t LOTS OR ACREAGE
Store. Floods MasseyPergusonmodel
Laundry, and the needed. Barber's Service Sta NEED TRANQUIUZINa* Tiny
Oas Communications Station, Guam 61 corn picker $900. good
City DepartmentPrajer ton O'Brien. 935-3535.: Oood Yellow DORMA-REST
Pt!. I, WANTEDWANT as long as supply lasts condition and several register Capsulescan I Branch OfficeSUWANNEE
help you sleep better
Naval Communications Station ea'd U ed Angus bulls priced from $100to RIVER
Keeps relaxed Free from
Meeting you
Guam, Is the westernmost com- $400 Advent Christian hours
A prayer meeting of the Ebe- mand of its type In United Stateserrltory TO BUY One ear corn Following" my doctor's advice am Phone.363-9143. cal! tfMISCELLANEOUS tflWon. Millions have been REALTY
necer AAIE Church will be he'd providing communications conveyor with or without mo- offering for sale The Chuck :23 cape M cent 8OId'1 407 Dowtlnt Bt.Farm .

Tuesday night at the home of support to ships of the Seventh tor. CaU 363-3048. no U Wagon Restaurant In Live Oak LIVE: 0."( DECO CO. Bureau Bid*.
Warren Ford With claM leaden cfbe 31-33 Phone 312.1S2t
Fleet operating In the Western for $5.500 Can finance one
BUY Trained
present. Pacific dogs. Call Lake City 752-2017 half to responsible party. Contact LOSE WEIGHT safely with DeiADtrt ialUtnc ra Farm .* Aatvag.
t.(. B. Kent Chuck Wagon
Mice and Loam
or Wellborn 963-2311. Tablets.' Only Pie at
cdJJ 22-23 Restaurant Marianne or B. W. Cheek Drug Stow pdJJ 18-22
Helvenston and Bona Live Oak For Sale-Real Estate
M serve food farmland
TRY IT! ALL NEW MF 165 HELP WANTED cafe U ALTERATIONS men's women's-and AH childrtnl types of Highway frontage. Permanent

FOR SALE: Horses and ponies.. clothing Mrs. Ruts SpetL' 403 N FARM TIMBER FHA LOANS' water note. Or win sell
The tractor At Stud: Montcto'a Red Bird. Shelby' Ave AVAILABLE: tn ten' acre tracta Good term
4-plow all-Job of the rugged Massey- NEEDED AT ONCE Full or cbjj 23-23 CaD 3C3-13M or X2U.Jt.peJJ .
Per Reg. Appaloosa No 16* For information can or see:
Ferguson breed t With new increased-capacity part time man or woman to 1637 Bay with white spots on Will do Ironing in my home. 705 PAUL A. BIRD ..22

Advanced Ferguson System shlft-on-the-go serve Live Oak.Watkins Oood Income.customers No tn-In loin& and hips: Sire: Jlml N W. 2nd St. pbJJ 22-23 Realtor HOME FOR BALI: Three bed

Multi-Power transmission luxurious Bevtn A3HA P-23.154. Apple tOt S. Ohio Ave.
operating vestment. Set your own hours. YORKSHIRE: certified meat type room rasafty area. Bring space.
ease and comfort fuel-saving power in the 60HP Write C. R. Ruble. Dept 0-3 Dee H: Dam: Para F-56. Miss boars. Ready for service. Can Live Oak. Florida central beat two kail. ttttr
.00 Phone 343-I3S9
Lulu. Fee $25 00 plus $5 per
class gasoline or diesel Phone for a dem- P. O. Box 3447. Memphis Tenn. week board. T. E. Oaskins. Tommye Colon 362-3140. .U and. carport.near Pine 8wth Vtow Ptae SenoetCan Avenue. -
38103. 23 cell 31-39
onatration today I IALLBRITTON pace phone 771-1433. pfgb 21-29 3431766 *r 343-19M .
FOR' SALE A used set of World poll
Good location. Contact K. W. FOR C4LI Nice 1-tedroom

Words of the Wise Book Encyclopedia. Year boob Collier' phone 342-3939, Lave house with central heating at THREE BEDROOM BRICK

BROS. Us rUndablp as a draw to bring encyclopedia up to Oak. eau U 43e Hawkins St near Fine YIn borne 1H baths, faaafly ream

tog account U you wish but INS Included. Can be purchased School. $30e down IM.IS pr extra large kltcDm. fenced

TRACTOR CO. dont forget th. deposits.Indiana on monthly payments. Call DOZER Light land and ndar month. TMal prte*. $....I.n patio emtral air CICDd1UonIDC.braUne. .
-( Teacher) Roy Crosby. Lake City. Phone brush cleared. Lots cleared andkeeled. including tnter** Bee J. AWilson. Oood beaten carport

; '".04.$. to see books A bar- Phone M3-2961. S37 Blackburn: Avt two large U&ty ,.,..., 3433JJ9 -
21S W. 5TII ST. 362-2381
tain ebon 22-23 PdJJ 19-33 Phone 3C2-1 m. tall U or 343-2796. pdJJ 2236PAGE






I r Scenes From Annual Meeting Florida Star Conference Action
i. '
IU ', ''''' I
I I Slow; Only Two Games Played

; Palatka, Fia. The I Florida Star Conference saw

no football action Friday, Ocher :t. 8, however the five mem'or -.
teams were successful, 1 f the most part, with their
non-conference games with i all of the teams active.
Lake City's Tigers andon Starke's Tornadoes are still
______ the top of the pile In conference - ---
play each defeating st. Augustine w-annee County eleven will swine
In the only tames playedIn into Florida's Star Conference
the loop to date They both competition this Friday Oct 15
I kept unblemished records going when they entertain the St. Augustine
I i strong this week as Starke overpowered Yellow Jackets The Bull
I Orange Park 41-0 and dogs lost Friday to a strong
Lake City eased by Madison 140. Quincy team 25-T, to place their
I The St. Augustine Yellow Jack season record: at 2 wins and 2
eta have had tough going this I losses as they play their first
season without a win until Friday I league game.Palstka .
when they eked out an '-1 victory won a 14-3 game from
I the Daytona Beach Scabrees
over non-conference' Woodbine
Oa.I squad Friday at Maroon Stadium
Live Oak's Bulldogs and Palat at Palatka as the Braves took
I ka's Braves have yet to play a their third win against a single
conference contest but the Su- loss, all non-conference' ganes.
I The Braves meet their first conference
11 tY foe Friday, Oct 22 aa
4 j Early Morning MitilDelivery I they trek to Starke for the battle
with the Tornadoes,
: Restored The remaining conference
I Cuts which were made In post schedule:
office service In Uve O.k July Oct. IS 8t Augustine at
i have been rescued, according Live Oak,,
j\t to Mrs. Sarah Rogers po.l. Ort 22 Palatka at Starke
; mauler. Oct, :39 Live Oak at Starke
; 1 5r r 3 Incoming first class. mall I-l Nov. S Palatka at Lake City
now. received. at ISO: and bated Nov. 11 -- Palatka at Live Oak
.I I a.m, and evening dlpslrh- Nov 12 Lake City at Btarke
I Ing continue until 7 p.m. The Nov It Palatka at 8t Augustine
regular Til* a'm, delivery U I .
" I SVEC Annual Mcclin boned by t a m. There Is) no Nov>> 33 five Oak at Lake
change In the afternoon mall City.
CJ w
(Continued From Page I) !Pearl Bragg W. P. Brim W D. t" L schedule' CONFERENCE STANDINGS
.. $1,500 in small appliance and i Brown J. D. Carmlchsel. Le\l I e s WIT
household Items to tiai irnii lAb City I" S
was given Carter Frank Clark. Lola Cork
members present at the meeting Clyde\ ClemoM. John Champion.O. I loopitalVnrkrrt NUrfceFalalka 1 I 1
i Below la a Hit of the winner: 8. Cheshire K. C Christian 'I Tukr (! a S
Safely (Hir o
John M. Allison, Caroline Aue, W. B. Crew., Charles Crisp "'. AngaiillneUve 1 I a
8. B. Blackmon. James Blair, Adrian Davis, 8. R. Davis. Le !f JTFifiures Forty-one Suwannee County Oak I 1Hollerbach's
roy Deas. Henry 8. Driver, Sophia hospital employees received errUflcstes .
Driver John Dykes. J. j fur a 10-hour aafty
L English W, It FrnneU. T, J.Fletcher course conducted October 4 thru
, 8r, Dewttt Fortner, October 8 by O, R. Ooldrn, Industrial Corner
Panhall bunker, Carter Gaines, s.My representative' of .4 '
James Gardner .1. VT Gaston the Florida Industrial CommitIon. IS NOT CLOSING

Archie Osylord. Eula C. Oollatts ITS DOORS.We .
check D. F Oreen. Berry Ortf The course was given In fiveurresslve I
fin. Lena Ilamm. Ralph Hardy, dally meetings of two
John Hartley, Savannah Henry, hour classes, part of the Inservlce hope to be here a longtime
cf'M C H. Hlngson. Paul IttngMm. raining program of the hospital no you all come and I
Drew Holmes Mrs. H. T. Ilowell. are tin real soon ,
W, B. lowland P. E. Hunt, No one knows who tint smelt .
Ellis: B. Jackson Joe Jenkins ed metals but archeolntlnts haw Lillian S. HollerUch
Cleveland Lashley W O Lawson found pieces of man-msde Iron I
r r Leona t'hurdUn.. Annette Lep- hat are neatly 6000 years old.
pert.' Barney ..ce.11, P. D. Me ----
Call T C MeCuney, James Me
Oreior, H. L. McKnlght. Jesse'
Miller, J. N. Mine A. E. Morgan !! On Florida Economy Arc Released OUR No. JL, (
M. M. Mueller, u 1
1 Mrs. D. T. Hara.. Anna Para Florida's share of the natlon'a I because of the strong population Florida's greater proportion 01 PORTABLE
if k. Mrs Bam Pearson A. P. Phil. wealth U growing larger but Increase national population than of non-
lip, James L. Poole Jack Ratlltf there U .UU need for !Improve "Another soft spot was a slack 1 farm employment reflects the ef VALUE! '
Ol'fftRid,. Church. Annie E: mint of the stale'a economy, the mini of etpenditures for construction feel of a Urge number of retiree a t
II. L. JOHN_ Robinson. R. Roebuck: Jack Florid Sara Chamber of Com In florid" last. year among the resldonta of the stalellrullWIiooil .
Rye. P. D. fiandlln Jr., L. J. San. mere pointed wit In JU Weekly compared with nation'trends. .
terftet. Clyde Sapp. J. Dan Sapp. Business Review last ..... -Mort of u./othH' Indicators
I CHIPPEWABOOTS N. L. Scarborough.! Ernest Swart. The directions, either up or were optimtotM Gras tiieome, offarmers To IfmrSrntilr 1v
Frank Selph. Randall Bkeen. clown In which the factor of the and growers In Florida
Mrs. Robert T. Smith RubySmith. .ta...'. economy are moving. maybe mad up 2 II per cent of tlie na Srrrrlnry
I Clarence Snead. A. P. seen Clearly. when tacked be. Uonal figure in MO and 114 percent Edwin O. Fraser former slate
Sparrow, B. O. Starling. L. F aide the national economy, MO last year senator and secretary of the
Stannel.Mra.' and 1W4. ",\Awe.. of Florida banks grew Florida Senate will be guest
Hlley F Ward. w. T "First personal Income of Flertdlans From Ml per cent of national to>> speaker al the brotherhood meetIng -
Watts Br L. M. Wilson Mrs W In 1MO made up 347 percent U'I per, ant and life InsuranceIn of the Huwannee Missionary
C Wlnderweedle, Jack Vaughn of the national figure and force from a39 per cent to 144 Baptist Association Monday at 1Pm.
and J J, Voice 961 per cent In 1N4. Staid In .per cent at the Calvary Ilaptlil
dollars, thli apparently small In- "....aurea In volume, rather Church In Jasper
crew meant many mllltona and than In dollar. Include electric" Fraser will\ speak following supper t
Mr, and Mrs Seldon McCuDers pushed the total Income of Dart power production al 2 IS per cent. and a buslneea meetingCm .
and Mines R. A. and Ruby Brown dlans, to lia I billion last year In 1MO and 3t7 per cent ,laM .
spent Sunday In Clearwater with "In spite of the Improved mar year. Passenger car registrations
Mr and Mra John PrtngleYew bet Indicated by this tarter income j moved up rapidly from 331 percent I Of Ttiiuik
the per capita Income efnortdiaiu to 4 M per cent. W. with to eipresa our deep
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NEW FACES I'-TA ,Meet'itft Change I Birthday Dinner For
News From Branford Branford students are seeing
I a new face lathe office this week' The Branford P-TA will meet Mrs. Carrie Kelly USE
Thursday night Oct. 21, at
Euretha Blggert Is our new Mrs Carrie Kelly was honored
7:30: p.m. In the school cafeteria -
school secretary, replacing Mrs recently on her sixty-ninth bUth-
BYi MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH Inez Hudson, who resigned The meeting baa befit day with a family dinner at the FUCO
postponed one week due to the
We also have more new facet home of Mr. and Mrs Roy Kelly
than usual In our student body Branford-Newbrrry. footballS l Attending were Mr and MuJack Brand

Mr. And Mrs. J. D. Mclnnis BUCCANEER this year. More come from Mc- werk...me on Thursday night of this Kelly and family, Mr. and

I Alpin than from any other school Mrs. Jim Severance and familyJimmy ,
We are happy to have them all, Mrs W R. IIIU. president Miller, Mr and Mrs InsecticideFOR
Observe Golden Anniversary BULLETIN but wish for urges all members to be present I
we, had more room Charlie Hunt, Mr and Mrs Mrvtn -
to complete plans for the
tI all of usCotton. Durden and family, and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs J. D. Mclnnis ol t "Editor Note: This column I li s ''. school Halloween. Carnival Idella Warren all of Branford.

OBrien celebrated their Fiftieth: a project of the Branford Bet canvas tents sheltered I I'Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kelly and BEST RESULTS ,

Wedding Anniversary Sunday, I Scouts ,It Ocala II Club. The Bevy of Betas for th
October 3. A reception was given time being are Karen Collins ant --- --- ----------..-

In their honor at the Baptist zs I Becky Drawdy I

Church in OBilen, with about 130

guests Forming attending.the receiving line wereMr JUNIOR PLAY
Crazy But Cute", the Bei tlti a
and Mrs. McInnis and Mr
and Mrs Wilbur Mclnnis oi t French play staged by the Junto r
Class, was a financial succest
Ocala, and daughterinlawof
son '
The members of the cast and o t
the honored couple.
the class have received
man; V
The guest table was covered
compliments on the production. YY
with linen cloth and held an
a Those having roles In the pIa:
arrangement of yellow mums and were Eddy Roberts, Becky Draw. '
The tiered cake was V GO
greenery WI dy, Bob McDowell, Johnny Fusel 1, CHEVRON !
decorated In white and gold
I + Kathy Jo Watson! RoM>le Hudson
large golden "Fifty" topped the
Carolyn Corbin, Olenda Hal,
cake. The punch bowl was placedat
Oretchen Howell Kathy Griffin
one end of the table with silver
v Gloria Davis, and Olenn Murray
trays of cake on the other end.
Linda Terry Cheryl Rlckerson
Silver compotes of nuts and mints + eki
and Margaret Kelly were promp f
were also served i Three great new gasoline by

Mrs George Haas of McAlpIn tersSona] Fuller and Toni Fletche!r ,., ; ,;, Standard.Three reason to cheer
niece of the honored couple and
sold tickets the fun of the Your
Mrs T. J. Fletcher Jr.. poured m' r -team year.
FsyeSparrow, Wanna Welch.
punch. Mrs. M M Bradow and modern car and the go-go fuel
John Fletcher, and Lee Agnew
Mrs. R A. McInnis cut and served a Chevron *
While camping at Ocala Na- were ushers s created for it The new champ, ,

cake book Mrs Paul Smith kept the tional Forest, the Scouts of Four other committees workedon .' ;,a the Basel er gasoline Packed with sparkling

guest On the table where the guest Troop 90 In Branford visited preparation for the play f ; r new power,new fun. New whisper-quiet;,too.
Selling! ads for the
book was kept was placed a gold several attractions Here In front were Kathy Griffith. program Barbara ;, The action starts now at your Standard sta

candle with two small of the Old Jail at Six-Gun Ter-
anniversary Lee, Johnny Flssell. Olenn Murray tion..where uw take better can of your car.
orchids at the base of the candle. s
ritory Is Scoutmaster Jamie Slo- ;
Toni Fletcher, John Fletcher. }
Other floral arrangements of cum with Scouts Russell Bam Jimmy Hudson Wanna Welch o

yellow mums and greenery were Joe Fletcher LaDon Owens, and I Faye Sparrow Lee Agnew, Randy

placed at vantage points In the Charles Ed Hatch Sparrow Sonja Fuller Greg ( Woodrow Dees, Agent
Schofield; and Robbie Hudson
Out-of-town guests Included
Lee Agnew and Randy Sparrowwere
Mr and Mrs Perry Holmes and Miss Hatch WeehoMr. Live Oak, fiends
co-chairman of the stage
daughter, Elaine Mrs Florence
committee. Their helpers were
McCall, Mr. and Mrs Dock Boat.
Alton Cribbs, Alvin Allen Ronnie
right Mr and Mrs Busmen '
Mary Pauline Hatch, Lee, Dreg Schofleld William
Welch and daughter, Cynthia
I' daughter of Mr and Mrs T. A Revels, Jackie Boles and Leland Y
Mr and Mrs Tallie Dasher, Mr
Hatch of Branford, and A D Adams
and Mrs Henry Vann, and Mr
Courtney Jr" son of Mr and Mrs Posters for the play were made D
and Mrs J. D. Williams, all of ,
A. D Courtne Sr., of WillUton, by Mary Drawdy, Sonja Fuller,
Live Oak Robert Howard :of
exchanged nuptial vows Saturday Sue Carol Martin and Cheryl
Avon Park Miss Lois Jean
: night, October ninth, at the homeof Rickerson
Holmes of 8t Petersburg Mr
: the brides parents at eight Brenda Barnett and Linda Terry
and Mrs. J. A. Holmes of Plant
o'clock with the Rev Allen Price were co-chairman of the pro- I
City, Mrs W H. Wolfgong of
officiating at the double ring perties and decorating commit
Dowllng Park; Fred Murray of r
ceremony tee Working with them were
Mayo, Mrs Gary Avery of Gain
Arrangements of white gladioli Barbara Lee, Linda Terry Mar ;
and yellow mums were placed at garet Kelly, Jimmy Hudson, and
Mrs. J, E Holmes and family
vantage points throughout the Robbie Hudson ''I
and Mrs J. C Wright and daughter -
room. Forming the setting for the The class appreciates the help
of Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs
ceremony was a background of their fellow students and their
Cedric McElveen and family of c
greenery, Two six-branch candela- teacher gave themIN 5 w'y
Perry; Mr and MM T. W, FieldIng -
bras bearing white
candles were -
and Mr and Mrs George
placed on either side of the fireplace R..1.1.l GFl1.OM W :MIMOa Mq.rw .
Haaa of MeAl Din. Mr and Mrs! KANSAS CITY
Elvoy Hunt, Mrs Mack Hun s Mrs. Monroe Alexander, sister Robbie Hudson has gone with --, -

and daughter Mrs Richard Mel- of the bride from Gainesville, wai I an FJI'Iroup to Kansas City,
lette, Mrs. Eugene Mellette MI her only attendant The matron I Missouri to play In the National

Amy Suggs, Mr and Mrs Fre, ) of honor wore a green stree FFA Band This la the second

Mows and family, Mra One I: length dress of brocade taffeta year that Robbie has been asked
Townsend, Mrs Zella Howell, an
with matching accessories and to be a member of that group
Mr. and Mrs. O Z. Jones, all 01 r carried
yellow carnations
Branford, .
Donald Fuquate served the VARSITY CIIIFRLEADERS:

groom as best man. Leading our cheers at the football -

1.11 Club Elect The bride wore a floor length games this year are Karen '
dress of white satin with a lace Collins, Karen Roberts Charlotte

New Officers jacket and carried yellow and Fletcher Peggy Ware and Peggy

The Branford 4-H Club met white carnations centered with a Fletcher All the girls except Peggy k.:

recently at Ivy Memorial Park white orchid. Fletcher expect to graduatethis 4\

with Mr and Mrs John Lewis The mother of the bride worea year.NEWBERRY.

Ooff and Mrs. Phillip Hall and navy blue dress with black accessorles ..

elected officers for the coming and a white carnation
corsage GAME TIIIRSDA *SOO/ft. I Ocr M.*ft-->

yearThey Cranford and The mother of the bridegroom In order to avoid a conflict
are: Terry
Janice Walker presidents: Kay wore a medium blue dress and a with the Gators the Buccaneer Switch to quiet Ford luxury for'66This

Walker, vice president, Pat Hall, white carnation corsage game with Newberry will be play.

secretary, Wanda Young, treasurer Following the ceremony a reception ed In Nrwberry Thursday Many
Shonnle Martin recreation was held. The brides people In the Branford area attend .

leader; Christine Durden song table was covered with a white the University of Florida snitch Is to bring you music of

leader: Mary Lou Humphries, reporter cutwork cloth, at one end of the Homecoming Parade and the Ga. your

: and Peggy Fletcher coun. table was the punch bowl *ui- fur Growl choice on RixTs new stereo tape plajvr
cU delegate with white and yellow

Plans were discussed for com mums and greenery the cake

ing events of the year Mrs. Russell Blanton, sister of The bride la a graduate of It This is for
Following the meeting about 30 the bride, presided over the punch Branford High School. The cou automatic speed control

members present enjoyed a hamburger bowl and Mrs Drlscel Lewis and pie will make their home In Wll

fry.Sunday. Mrs Nadine Croft cut and served lIston where he la a surveyor

U. n IIDoon.1' This is to alert you if a door is ajar

School .

Clashes, Alert IIDaUICII Tills is to lock all doors with one touch

The Fidelia and Golden Circle

Sunday School Classes of the :por:

First Baptist Church In Branfordmet In Florida, f I t d Hits is to remind you to fasten scat belts
Thursday night at the homeof ,l : ;
Mrs Glen Murray Mrs R. O after golf \

meeting Griffith was co-hostess for'*the H| beer's the one... ;: .' 'I u ll This controls 4-way flashers for '' :

Mrs Lewis Bell gave an inter ..t.

eating program on. "Prayer". Mrs for good taste cmcigcncy roadside stops
Fred Jones led the group in ,

prayer A short business meeting was good fun -

held and officers for the coming l I ': v. Tills swings diciMagic DOOI&UC onions out

year were elected. The hostess .

served cake, coffee, and Cokes to r for people. Doorgate also swings down for cargo

the 18 members present

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LAVATORIESX7PHOLSTERY almost Panel option lets you lock an doors with V,8, standard, the hwuriowt new LTD's FORD
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,RY 9L UflhT'gym =

Pine Level Hems there's something SPECIAL

Mr and Mrs. Billy Brownlnf I of Stanvllle. Mo, are spendim t
and children of Opelika Ala.,. several days here visiting rely
spent a few days last week with I tires in Clayland and Pine Len 1
Mr. and Mr*. R. W. Moseley Communities. ,
Mr and Mrs. Jorgen Brorwn cl Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bleuder o:
Uve Oak visited Mr. and MrsDrew Live Oak Mrs. Ruth Lawson an d BANKING AT THE
Holmes Thursday night. children. Vivian and Mike Johnson .
Mr and Mrs. Carl Tresslei and Jack Flower visited Mr
were business visitors in Valdosts and Mr. R. W. Moseley Sundaj

Wednesday afternoon.Mr.. and. Mrs. B. F. Hayes vensupper
Commercial Bank of Live
Mrs. Hlley Ward visited Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs OakTO
and Mrs. Ellis Baxter Sunday af- L. P. Fortner Saturday night.
Mrs. Carl Treasler and Mn
Mrs. Mae Whlteselle of Au- Drew Holmes visited Mrs. Qordor
burndale. Fla.. Is spending several Keeling in Live Oak Saturday af

P.days Fortner here with Mr. and Mrs L. ternoon.Misses Joan and Elaine Anden KEEP PACE WITH THE GROWING NEED FOR NEW, IMPROVED

Mrs. Homer Hayes. Mrs. J. H. and Lula Belle and Brenda Nobl
| Clark and baby Mrs. Melvin were dinner guests of Mr. and
Sspp and baby and Mrs. Robert Mrs. R. W. Morley Sunday BANKING METHODS WE ARE ADDING THE
Sheppard and children visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fortner visited ,
[Mrs. B. P. Hayek' Monday morn Mr and Mrs. E.: S. Palm r ,
|lng. In Live Oak Thursday morning.
Mr and Mn. Paul Driver and Mr and Mrs. Norman Anders
aby were supper guests of Mr. and children visited Mr. and Mrs '
nd Mrs. R. W. Moseley Monday Norman Anders 8r, in Bristol I1"*
light. Sunday f
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Baxter spent Mr and Mrs. W. B. Drkle and .r.n" \
|Sunday with Mrs. L. A. Bennettt baby, Lisa. Mrs. Bruce Abbott : '
Stelnhatchee. and son Stevie. and a frlm t .
Mr and Mrs. Edgar Lyons ...- Mike of Jacksonville spent Sunday j
ted Mr and Mrs. R. W. Moseley with Mr. and Mrs Drew r I

tUrday night. Holmes. -' ,.
Rev. Charles Johnson of Perry Mrs. B. F. Hayes and Mrs Eddie x4 COMMERCIAL BANK, (
pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fore spent Monday with Mr and .
!J. P Hayes and all attended the Mrs. L. P. Fortner, LIVE-OAK '
ole family reunion at Domllngark. MU Charlotte Johnson visited V
Denise and Marcia Moaele :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner and Sunday afternoon.
family of Ft. White spent Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Carl Tressler were
Lflth Mr and Mrs. Rufus Baxter. I business visitor in Madison Q'
Mr, and Mrs. Wllbert Thomas I III Thursdsy
Bcachvillc .r

We were sorry to miss some ol of Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
bur faithful attendants at Sunday and Mrs. B. E. Spanner a few day
chool last. Sunday and hope they last. week.
i-ill be on hand next time. Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Klrb
t A large crowd attended the and daughter, Elaine of O'Brien
shower for Mr and Mrs. Otis were visitor in our community' .. I
[Odom Saturday night and they Sunday afternoon.Mr. }
i ceived many useful gifts. and Mr. Jack Kennedy
Mrs. Jimmy Dicks and two and daughters Jan and Oall MODERN AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC
"a[daughters of Jacksonville were were Nests of Mr and Mrs. Hots
guests of her parents. Mr and Spooner in Jacksonville Sunday,
[ Mrs. W II. Tldwcll. Wednesday Remember church services each NEW CHECK IMPRINTING BOOKKEEPINGAND
night and Thursday, night this week with homecoming ,
Roy Cannon and daughter Sunday with dinner at the
Drbbi Sue of Gainesville I church. W* are sure you will en ACCOUNTING EQUIPMENT
guests of his mother, Mrs. U. J.I toy Rev John Perry the evante*
Cannon last week end list

Mr and Mr*. Mete Spoorr and a a .., -
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daughter, Oinser. of Jacksonville
visited relatives her Saturday, .FARM FIIONTCeaUaard N ,
Mr and Mrs. Jlerathell Canon ( Frees Fan II)
and children. Dewayne and Cam- grow with their burieonlnt enrollments.
sole, and Mr and Mr*. Carrol But. the source of the CAMPAIGN
C..... all of Jacksonville visited additional funds should be eihausUvely -
1C Cason. last week end. While I have asked the Advisory
Inert the boys helped their father Council to work closely with other AND CONVENIENCE FOR EACH OF OUR .INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITORS.You'll .
|put the finishing touch to the addition interested groups In discover
to their home. Ins a feasible" solution U nearly
L. A. and W. II. TtdweU were equitable a* possible for aU concerned
buslnea visitor In Bt. Petersburg *
Thursday The pressures of urbanisation
O. D. Beach was a business I and natural haaards will continue,
visitor In Gainesville Thursdayand to burden the Florida farmer, but Like These Extra Benefits
Monday, nothing threatens him with ei> :
Rev Marvin Odom filled I his Unction as much as the arbitrary
appointment at the MikeavUJe saugment of Mater land Use
Advent Christian Church Sunday The land .b costly enough to acquire 1. Our $o\\ I la perfection, and naturally we're concerned about absolute accuracy In handling your bank account.
and cultivate; Its maintenance
Mr. and Mrs d D TraywickMandarin is becoming prohibitive. 2. That' why we are Installing the lelest, automatic electronic equipment' to help us do a belter job ol keeping. tab on your check and
other banking ....aI......

Shrimp Salad 3. Thank. to lh. ever alert electronic circuit of this modern bookkeeping. equipment' it automatically challenge. every deposit" or chock

I to .b. sure 'it la applied to the correct account. This automatic electronic equipment will enable our bookkeeping. personnel. to add your

A Lightly. Tossed Entree deposits subtract your checks and balance your account to the .act penn 1

4. This modern automatic electronic bookkeeping. system remember your sect balance and never drop a decimal' point assuring'
oy wa oootorrOAlNLNO you of complete accurarcy of your account at all .... '
to popularity tint 2 C. sliced celery
restaurant and reek bar 2 cans taMartn
an menus and now for home eonumpUon. range setUoaa 5. Beginning immediately, we will furnish each depositor! with an account identification card with name, address and account number
U breaded Mr np. 1% c. each slivered slmead Imprinted on lh. card depositor enter this Information' on specially' designed deposit slip to save you time, eliminate long wailing ,In
It i la easy enough to cost this and mayonaalseS line to make deposits thereby giving you faster more efficient service.
deltraey with erambc. but what Ilea vinegarH

sauce.makes or breaks the dun to the *awadarta. Juke from eraagM .. If you prefer lo bank by mail, we can furnish you with 'Imprinted check and deposit slips for this purpose end your convenience.

Here, then. Is a really good 1 Up. ground erafice peel
one that sea be used hot or If shrimp are la ..aa. ctoaa 7. Every check we process for the depositor I Is photographed and recorded on film, and made a permanent file In our film (library for
nIL sad orma them. Leek shrtinpby future reference when needed. This feature Is your protection against possible forgery.f. f
taunt > ..... IS salted
I tap eankstarth' I bias wale with Drain eelery.and.raa cool,e s l'tU'Oan oe* Check 'imprinfe: while you wait by high-speed" automatic machine that prints your Mme and account number, on checks, then binds'
1 ttop. dry mustard aad abnonds. Combtfie remata- them Into attractive pocket or wallet style cover, or durable commercial check Lou.". 'Instantaneously.

H tap salt lag' tagredMits. UhUy toss .tothrtmp
l."t tip sugar mutsre.erve 9. A complete, up-..-...., automatic electronically controlled Imprinting' bookkeeping. ; and accounting ylem, to meet your every
i tap hot pepper sautet
an Irttare This serves banking ne f.
ttep aaladetlS g .. I and. I* ...... 11 ,.
.. milk
1 tbrp. vtaefarVend i 2 ... freak er frveta skimp
first T ...... la 2 c. green sasses.
snag saucepan. mock ever low I hasty tkeppsd .
heal sumac eauWttl wttlmtttare 2 gates tinge l:
thickeoa and tomes tea 1 .. better d
bod. Smile from heat i 2 e. Vise bread crvmbs
Best egg yelk with slush?. 2 ttap. ekopped freak
Gradually stir late seemed panlryJUM
--. Itetara U heat cud -* sad prrp". te taM
I des, eumag tea taMly Desk Wsrvstec....'e
CaMe watt sae?. for 2 par saesChu
frame breast snrtmp af leer sad draw *r.., itfcMU
II.... ._. witch ihmld be. sad gsrfee tomtn.
canted eccordMg to dtncOeaa, .better net d er wata brew
.awe keeps wed In rrfngvrft with*I TAM ...,. seal 2 ..... Add Commercial Bank of Live Oak
Ue sad mahea flee keel tewmle sad ask sleet gaita.
the shrimp.la I betve. eumag eMMtsafly
the market for menrthmg .
said cremba are ama* ReM
flee aced faary for a ***... nmsiairg bvMshoe
e garte
party* Tb- try tMa.HJIBIMr. .,...... Uve Oak FI.rHlaTHURSDAY
xINDAatr MLAD i I0 .srviac W a dun ,
1 m. freae tier mp la shrfler last U a muStW verses tow
2 II **, ,*g. paad ...... treated M a f MOT* res-
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THINKING COMMERCIAL BANK COUNTY FAIR Wife/ PreserversTo Florida's population! accordln t Mr*. Barmy BnlWy
Organizer Says Glue Smith
to the 1989( census Is 4.95UBO.
(Continued From Pan 1)) (Continued From rags 1) (Continued From Face 1)) II... E. B UONA. M.Leran

I think it well for all to realize equipment, Day said "We are Ing Scouts Future Farmers of DAY NO. II

Suwannee Has 25 that the signing of a petition doe proud to pioneer the use of this America and 4-H Club booths. 1 '11"- Public Notices Mr.Mra.T.1.W.C. Cortad PWIdlni Clark I

not imply the signer is for or equipment in our area. With E. N. Butler chairman of the T. L Da.h.... lit
Farmers For NFOAn aganst the bond issue In fact these new electronic machines our Livestock Department including JI... Damon Nolan '
until a vote Is held no one will customers will receive more accurate wine, beef, and dairy cattle r DAT
Nolle to boraby .1.l n that th* Gun
informal meeting was held have an opportunity to vote for more efficient service T. J. Haynes superintendent, sod Froah. Watrr Flab. eo....._ doh. Wilton.Gaaton Ooff Clink

Monday night, Oct 4, for local or against such bonds Thus as I than ever before" and Jim Pace, judge of the Open thorlty. 8Ut oiifrrd of Florid upon*, actlnaindcr It blb.* Con.an- Mra. Loon A. ry
farmers interested in Joining the see it those who might oppose Guided by other instruction Swine Show. Pace is also Judge atltatlon .( tho Stau of Florida end Mn. W. R. H.mmDAY .
National Farmers Organization the bond issue should be just as retained in the stripes the ma- of the Beef Cattle Show, of which by lUtnlatlona Brtkm Hl-t of tko 01 of Commluloa tho Ruin dui sod 1 NO. Is

(NFO). according to Olyn Johnson certain to sign a petition asking chines can automatically align Charles Howes la superintendent. To fr.ih.n tom-on-lh-bforocooking > hereby. doelaro.. the followln/ daaartbod, Arnott Kill Nobly RinhonM' Clink
an Iowa grain farmer who is for an election as those who favor forms to the proper position for Jack Bispham superintendent cut. small plot from th. iris i for cloud the M 1010-dd a Wlldllf hontlno.an..ntANa auom8UWANNEB Mr*. John D. Cot
such financing for better schools new postings, pick old balances JI,.. Eala: Ma* Prevail
NFO organizational director for up of the 4-H Dairy Show. talk end and steed.aea In a buck*! COUNTY .1'
In the that discussed the compute and print new about Inch of ISO ur.. Irlnf/ Sll, T.a> RUB aid KIRKLAND NO It
superlnten DAYCl.
Florida. group Arnett Hillhouse, containing an wets poaUd .. a ..lid II'. .on.......,
Johnson estimated this week county wide canvass of school balances and make certain data dent of the Poultry Show. ..... Jam'..*.... Boatrlgbt. Curb "

that 25 local farmers have committed patrons now underway were rep- Is being posted to the correct Mattox Ward superintendent Odd FactA 12.0* dally prmltt4".tln.Wdn permit..da rqulrdHuntlnc >* tad l. M ra. Et.Hln.o...., How.ll
resentatives for most schools of account all in one operation and Sale ot Mr. Junta Bennett
themselves to aid in securing of the Heifer Show woman in Elmira NY. Saturday only. LURAV1LLE
the county. Including] Douglass Another electronic machine, an which Judge and Ken the shirt O E. rRYE JR, Director DAY NO. IT
an NFO charter for Su- Jim Pace Is paid a debt by taking Cam and Prnh. Water
wannee County. He said that and O'Brien "automatic reader". Is being used Durrance la grooming arid showing off her husband back and cut. Flab. I Impressed with the sincere In conjunction with the new book $.. IMIDat ,.. .
Madison and Hamilton Counties tm judge. tang out a rectangular piece on M ".rr, Tnckir
have already received charters. desire evidenced by our people in keeping machines. This device Booths Judged Monday which she wrote out a check Edgar Lyon*
Johnson said that about 100 the Interest of better schools and which reads customer ledge un Monday at v a.m. .u com- for $100, which was honoredby It DAY NO. ISM

prospective members would probably -, I think the bond issue will gain approval cards at the rate of 2680 card munity and educational booths the local bank. NOTICE: M. Bradow Clink
all details of the for an hour, simplifies preparation ot List .0 Clorka ana) ...__* sppal.t.4 Parry Datla
if plan formal
be recruited before Suwan- I will be judged The open by ,... SuwaanaoCwMy CMunlt- 1 W.: VaanWalUr
nee County organized and officers better schools are clearly pre the bank's monthly statement ng of the Fair will be at 6 p m ry Show. .lonor. .Swwannoo C_ty, Flo. ....... F Roh.rH (
and understood the The electronic machines being to bM a SoKlol Eloctloa M Nom.M DAYHICItORY SINK NO.\ IB
sented by are -
were elected. Monday. 2:00: PJH. Rotary Club 4-H Calf ., .166. J
Another meeting, is being held people of the county. used with a new system ot School children from Madison, Scramble. CITY HALL NO. I i T.. D.E. MaCall Clink. I
tonight (Thursday) in the vo-a Each child that was present at check encoding in which each Hamilton, and Lafayette Counties 4:00: P.M. Beef Cattle Show. DAY ChnrlW MtCall Clerk Roy KaonDal
classroom at Branford High any school] In this county Wednesday customer account is assigned a will be treated to a visit to the 7:00: PM. Swine Breeder Show. GWnn Prl..ttMr CarrrrHILDRETH (.

School and a meet Is plannedfor carried a message to his number These numbers are used Fair Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday Youth Breeder Show *.. Pea Gnu KrallnfMra. DAY NO. Mi P

October 26 In Live Oak. parents from the P-TA council In filing of checks as well as re- Duroc FIRE STATION NO. S C. m Hunt CWrk y

Johnson la currently working home with him. lordlng the checks and depositsto Fair Association officials are Hampshire DAB Gill Clerk R. Slkaa... Sedan t.
on Suwannee and Lafayette I urge every school patron in accounts. Louie C. Wadsworth. president; Berkshire Mr*. Woodrow HailorHonald CUdn Kara
County NFO organization Florida the county to carefully read and The machines employ some of Robert Holmes vice president, Tamworth I .... Orion DAY BRANFORD NO\ SI d Y

is the 24th state to be connected study this Important message and the same advanced tt'chnlq'ua Paul Crews, secretary; and N. J. Landrace .J .I..m.itHn NO. 1 I.",. Tarry Clink

with the NFO. which Is organize then to assist their child in securing developed by Burroughs Corpora- Lspham, treasurer. Adult Breeder Show DAY Bryant Willis CWrkMr Dan Phillip Donott W. Hall tf

for collective bargaining for higher names of those who do not Ion in building ground guidance Directors include the officers Same order as above. .. WllUrd B...... Donald M. Odom tI
farm product prices have children In school to go computers for the USAFs atlas and Ed N. Butler Mrs Otto Jack Cartnlraa! DAY NEBO NO. SS <
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I along with their own on the petition missile and U. S. air defense sys. Dlckman. H. M Folsom. Carroll SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23: Hill W.rdCOURT HOUSE NO. 1DAB .' .. R... Clink tJ

their own youngsters asked tern he said "There Is a marked Hall. Miss-,Ida Jo Harrison Mrs. 12:00: P.M. Official closing of the I Wools Curb. Nancy Morrla Neely Bondi B
Soil Technicians Here them; to sign similarity In the requirements of Donald iItch.-. J. Haynes, Suwannee County Fair Mr. O M. Tod4Mr Naney' M.M lllaa
The names of slightly under banking and defense Both demand Charles Howes Mrs. Charlie *. Corrla w..... ROCKY SINK NO. SS
Aid District and Livestock Show for .. DAr
Lafayette Mr. C.... .,. Parker
2200 voters of the county are absolute accuracy with fig Hunter, Vincent Jones, J. Marvin 1965.MONDAY WOMAN'S CLUB NO. I Mark Cha...." Clash
Suwannee County Soil Conservation 8taaWy II......
needed to require the schoo] urea. he added. DAY *
Phillips Sr.. Norman Prote ,
Technicians John Hamp OCTOBER 18: Jo* Hand Clerk. Albert MH nll
board to call the election. With man Wayne Plttman Laure D Ed Wanwr
9:00: A.M. All community and Eanieo Cat
ton and Russell
Parsons are assisting -
better than 3000 students in CURTIS 0. HUMPHRIES
Loll NlonMra
cooperators in the Lafayette would then permit a building pro- toberson Sr., Ernest A. Sellers, educational booths to be John ftrharMarSUWANNEE o..lr...
Soil Conservation District on county schools this number ol gram of some magnitude to bring Wilson Suggs, Mrs. A. L. Ward, judged by judging com- i STATION NO. S '''LAVAVCHH A. SESSIONS

a limited basis until a replacementcan the lames individual should be realized when about adequate and modern facilities Mattox Ward, and T. J. Fletcher mittee. I DAY Hoy* M.".....' CWrkEdno ....IIN CJork
petitions -
be found for a vacancy in the are returned at every school site in Sr 1:00: P.M.-OO: P.M. Entranceof /.pI
PROGRAM Mr* P C rkllllp I
Suwannee County.I swine and beef cattle.
Lafayette office Lola Holair. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Hampton stated that the Soil venture to say the happiest 2:00: PM. Open Poultry Show. UNION NO. 7 FLORIDA. IN AND FOB SUWAN.
Thus a ]long and careful studyto I NEK\ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Conservation Service plans on children in the county when that WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20: 3:30: P.M. Sears' Poultry Show. DAY".".. B.ll CWrkDnnla DIVORCE
determine school
placing a full time employee In facilities comes about will be those! now 0:30 P.M. Banquet for exhibit- 6:00 P.M. Barrow Youth Judging TnhirkWoodrow NEV1K M. STEWART: SB.
available and needed to this ....
give w. rial.""
ore buyers and friends
Mayo* soon as possible but that forced to occupy facilities at the Contest. ...
this could take up to six monthsor county a system of accredited Branford School and In the basement Youth Heifer Show, School 6:00 P.M. Formal Opening of Mania"oRANGE NO. 6DAY CORA A. STKWART.Defandaat.
schools can well reach another
even longerTOBACCO. of the junior high school Cafeteria Suwannee County Suwannee County Fair .. -.
Important milestone by sufficient A. c. ta. CWrk TO I Cues: A. Stewart" vkoo" .ddreaa.reaMoat .
s and the old armory here in Live Chamber of Commerce 8:00 P.M. Selection of Rural H. W. ( Rail* Golf or reaMvnoa U nnkaawn.platat .
individuals signing these petl- host .Sammy Htllno. .** 'Ts w !hunks ..tiled 'hot _.
HEARING ttons. Oak Area Development Com- Hu,h Julie far dlroreo .bo. bo*. filed' In eke.
These facilities clearly are 8;00 P.M,.Sale of champion bar. munity of the Year. DOWUNC PARK: NO. 1 above _.. Curt aad yon nro req.I..4 -
(Continued/ The next would be .. ., .._
From Face 1)) phase an and DAY ero _y year or
Farm Bureau fleldman Martin educational program to clearly most! inadequate and perhaps the rows heifers 8.15: P.M. PTA Barrow Show; I Prod L'.... CIo,. ,........ t* the Cemolelat. upon thePWIntur
;; most unhappy people In our coun- 4-H Barrow Show; Adult "...!* ClarkWtn At_.. Wit Randall.
Hearn Farm Bureau commodity define what the bond issue would THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21: I .t. H.,. I Rlaoihter.. P. 0. Bon 1(1. LI.. Oak.Florida .
these fine Barrow Show.
ty today
are young- .
J. D. Clark and file Ib.t.l..l" m tl..1.
director: Clarence Hill and Ernest accomplish If approved. sters who must endure such sub- School Day Douglas and I CLAYLAND NO. 10 ,... ., tho, Clink ., the. Clmlt. Coor
Crews Columbia County Farm Approval of the bond issue! O'Brien Schools DAY Sawnnnao Gouty u.. Oak, FWrWa.oa .
Bureau normal physical school facilities TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19: Charlie' CWmoa. Clink or bofor the lib day ., H.._.
: Shelby Brothers tobacco a community bubbling with hap Enter Dairy Animals by 8:00: AM, .-12:00 Noon Entranceof Plal WIll....... SrMr A. D. la.. It ye. are to eoolaot the
specialist. Extension Service; might receive enough proof for 000: A.M. *. Sub, Hart ._., otborwtoe. .... .u..t.... ., the
and Billy W, Hill py and obvious prosperous people Heifers. Mr*. Ira Moor Comrbtlnt will bo. akin ** _,..... by -
chairman. Farm the cause of Type 14 toabcco to 7:00: P.M. County 4-H Dairy 2:00: to 5:00 PM. Senior CltUena PADLOCK NO. If ,... -
Bureau tobacco steering commit- prompt separate treatment as to Show DAY Dooo and Ordered Ie Ll.* 0." FUr.Ida. .
Rather a strange situation Day. Ira Horn Clink tkla. Ilk. day af Ortober. A. D. I....
tee.The supply and, consequently, supply Isn't it? 7:30: P.M. Suwannee Valley Mr*. KMMtk MHI.Mr IAVAVCHN A. SESSIONS
Florida delegation expressed the buying segment of the trade FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22: Youth Heifer .. Bpty. II....... Jr.Mr Clink. .. ClrH Gun
the hope that from these hearIngs Show. *. LIU* M.. HomoWELLBORN a......* Coaaly, Florid.ISKAL .
(with more of the kind of tobacco School
Day 8:00
: PM. Dedication of Livestock NO\ II )
the Secretary of Agriculture they really want. (Renew Your Subscription) I 815AM: District IV 4-It Dal- Buildings DAY". W. rta Clink IM4 Byi Lillian ...,.... D. C. tft'f" >



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: : Madison ]12-12] .1

I 1UNNEE DEMOCRAT J Here fullback ThursdayTwo scored againstthe I ,II"r,,7I

Madison "B" tram here taut :
Thursday night as the Suwannee r sI
High "B" team tied Madison 12*
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1965 VOL 81, NO. 22I 12 for the first of six game
scheduled this
--- ----- -- season

the Larry 3 yard Tyre line rammed In the over second from I I

-I Quincy Trounces Bulldogs] 35-7 quarter and J. W. Stamper ran a

the Madison third punt period.back Defensive 45 yards Middle In .
Guard Keith Stapleton missed .J
both kicks for the PATS

Defense Held Live Oak As Munroe Quarterback Keith Staplrton.
I Preparing For St. AssgustinfL : Left Halfback Bill Biggins, and
Moved Tigers To Five TouchdownsCoach captains Right End for Jimmy Die team.Hale were co- StARK GRANBERd 1 J

Below is the remainder of the
Will Roy Cooley's Suwannee Bulldogs were rrr-s its mTO "B" team games scheduled:
out maneuvered by the Quincy High Tigers there las \ "1 IlWO11 October N, Lake City Away
Friday night as the Tigers took a 35.7 decision over the MtB October 21, Madison. Away
Lira OAk eleven_ October 28. Jasper Away
The Tigers: behind t he superb ball handling of November 4. Jasper Here
November II, Lake
Quarterback Arthur Munroe. I City Here
picked up 16 first down and 231 STATISTICS
yards on the ground u their defense s.... Qaln. from the Quincy 10 back to his
held the Bulldogs to 11 net First Dawns S 1CBashing 40, Munroe moved the ball to the
f yards on the ground and five first Yardage It 341 I Live Oak 16 In 8 plays, handing
downs. Yds. Last Bashing II 13 f r off to Chester, LaDarre. and
Quincy scored In the first quarter Net Rushing U 111 FM xe yr i'tP t + ",Itrrsrrlll Burnett. From the Live Oak 18
on a 4 yard plume over left : Passes Attempted IS 13 I Chester picked up fl through the _
tackle by Halfback Wayne Mun I Passes CmpM J ftFasting middle and Munroe got back a '
roe. Early in the second quarter Yardage M IS yard loss by LaBarre at the 10. 0 :
the Tigers used End Charlie La. Yards Penalised ZS 0 Munroe handed off to Ltmar
Barre on a smooth endaroundBRODY I II Time Penalised S 0 {I Munroe on a reverse and Munroe
Fumbles Last 0 0f M. passed to LaBarre In the end
i 1 tone for Qulnc,'. fourth tally

f play from 12 yards out and Quari '1.I t5li3Muq t Itr 4 The Qulncy defense held Baas
to 2 yards and Bowdoln threw
i terback Munroe ran the Int'.t'from
the one; kicking the PAT Teach Den Manley, with the ball atM right .la prcM.rlng both the effenslve and defensive line long to Corbin. Bowdoln was
I after each touchdown to give of Ute Semannee Balldota for Frtdsy battle with 8t, Astatine here. (Democrat Staff rhoU) II thrown for a 18 yard Iou and KEN rom
iliac punted to the Quincy 43.
i I Query a 21.0 lead at halftlme. .
Chester. ran over center for 4 16 yards to Burnett for a first on
In the third quarter Munroe and Quincy won SS-T, ter moved the baU from I
I SO Bass In the flat for a 0 yard lots yards and Pete Munroe passed In. the Live Oak II. Jimmy Taylor
handed off to fullback Lamar Tackle Larry Simmons playrc to the Live
Oak 4 In I play a'i and Bass punted to the Tigers 4J complete. Arthur Munroe passed Ilkw BVLLDOGS Pass lit
I, Munroe who hit LaBarre for a at center and Corky Blspham was tlie quarterback' picked up good I where Burnett returned to tin ----.- _._-- -- ---..- -
10 yarder. Munroe scored the fin. moved to tackle and end with Bob yardage on the keeper around Quincy 49.Chester .
j al TO for Qulncy In the third Dale having one try at fullback end. With 3:13: remaining In the Burnett and Munroe
,. period on a quarterback. sneak He lint Qaarter I first quarter Chester ran over I moved to the Live Oak 11 lit 6 MORE SALES
,t kicked five extra points for the The Bulldogs received and Bass. tackle for the first score of the plays. Chester ran up the middle MORE PAY ,
evening. returned Munroe's kick from the game. Munroe converted and for I yard and End Charlie La
Live Oak scored In the fourth fifteen to the Live Oak 11. He Quincy I led 70. hang ran the end-eround for a FOR SALESMANSell f
quarter on a drive from their 4$ Bass ran Munroe'a kick back 12 yard TD.
lost two yards on two carries and B.ttflrnll Faster
as Harris Dale, and Bowdoln from the 4 to the Live Oak 11 Prom their 3S Bowdoln'a
Bowdoln hit Harris for 14 yards! pass
By l ornlnir How Tot
moved the ball to the Qulnq SO and one Of LUt Oak's two first and Bowdoln missed Corbln and was Intercepted on the first play J
In four plays. Live Oak was pena downs the first halt Basa ran up hit Harris for 14 yards to the 34Bowdoln after the kickoff on the Live Oak MOTIVATE YOUR CUSTOMER.
Used five yards for off aides and the middle for two and three threw again to Corbin 4S and LaBarre ran right end for 0 MOTIVATK: YOUKSKI.F!'
Bowdoln hit Dale for 20 yards to yards and Bowdoin threw to him but he was welt covered hams II yards back to the Live Oak 10 CUKATK: : INTFRK.9TSFI.h : :, "
_i,_ the IS Bowdoln threw to Corbln incomplete, Bats punted toh.. ran the draw for I yard and Bow* The Bulldogs held for three plays : WITII CONVICTIONGET I
on the nest play for Live Oak'sOnly Quincy 20.Quamrb.ck. I Joins pass to Baas was Intercept aa Chester picked up S. Munrssneaked BUYING ACTION
I HARRIS TO. Harris added the point Arthur Munro I ed by Munroe on the Live Oak 38 over for the core and
Snrand Quarter Quincy led 21.0 following Mun-
and Fullback Lamar Munroe. asIsted -
by Halfback Wayne Chea- Winston Chester ran the draw roe's conversion. Dale Carnegie SALES Course
A Thought For Today play for 2 yards and Munroe's With few seconds on the clock
By BRODT C HARRIS BULLDOGS' TALE: pass war Intercepted by Harrison Dowdotn lost I trying to paaa and
the Live Oak II. Baas lost 2 lines ran up the middle on the Call Lake City 752-3901 Collect
Individual Ree.rdaRl'a11ING
Courage la resistance to fear, of fear-not
mastery absence oJ
fear' yards around right end and Bow draw for 3 to end the first half
doln hit Blspham for 1 yards up Third QuarterAfter misiNtio av rioaio iwsmvra, INC.ITS .
How often in thla life we feel that we simply cannot overcoat* Ties Yds. Av. TDMwannew
one obstacle or another, The obstacle might be a financial spiritual the middle Bowdoln passed to returning Harris kick .

, or even a PEAR phys: 'cal one.ability Regardless to of the classification truthChas U'sass II. ... II _.__.............. _____._.___._._..._.._._._._._.__.._.u.._._._.u._.._._._._.__u___._._._._'NNININ HINNHI LNq.........................--.-..- -.-..-....-. '"
we our surmount that obstacle. Stow often ,
r too, have we taken that fear by the horns and S.wdsn I ..101.11 : ; : 1
much to our surprise overcame It and accomplished 1 Harms I II 1M I;I ;
fi. our purpose. Date I I './ I
turns of this nature occur In everyday life and Qalney '
y In every walk fo life. How wonderful to know that L. MsnrwBarstett 4 II a.. I ':!'
'I t we have had the course to achieve our goal simply 4 .11 1.71 I bO! : 1'.AIOI
by making up our minds to succeed. A. Maura. I 41 S41 I I FUN TIME .
f Fear is\ ever-present In our makeup for It U
Taylor a J' I'.' 1
( but a normal sensation Just as normal as (je
t .I breathing walking and sleeping. when weUU W. 0-- II I' LIT I.. rwr.n
( ourselves i that PEAR la In-rr: .realms of P. ..._ I -I .... 1 :: AGAINSuwannee J j t 4::.. lJr \ btF MI I J
a..l reason then our lives become fuller and more, Rb.e1.. I II.' ec.n
complete and each and every fear and obstacle la (Lester I I U 1
but a challenge to ounelvea and our reserve power taabryLaBarre 1.1 .1 0
buns enables to review fear for what It .
us really la .
14 I MS I
ua from doing what we should because we hesitate to take courage ropers I I II I
steps. One courageous step that would waste fear would be to FAMING County Fair
consult BUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME: t2S 8. Ohio Ave AtL(la/ laL 1'... TD
Live Oak for your pre-n.eds. Call Ml-1314. .awanswe I
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Qs Jew,
Suwanne. County Residents A. ..._ S I I 14 I :
r. MaDas f I I JI I
Licensed Funeral Director I. I I I and Livestock Shows

SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME Caught Y'*. TDa.waaa.e ,

625 S. Ohio A..... ..... I I 0 ..
UVE OAK. FLORIDA lUrvts 1 10 0
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PHONE 362.1234 Dale I" 0 I'
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BarsMtlLaBarre I M 0

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(3se* I II 0 : 100 A M. All community arid M t M nanquet for tlhlbtl
Baltraaa I II 0 educaUonal booths to be ore, buyers and friends
FITfTIMOFaato! Judged b' Judging com- Youth .Bliow, Itchonl Bigger and BetterMidway
B..sAn miller Cafeteria Buwanne C un. 3
....-. 1.00 P M -S 00 FM. Entrance ly Chamber of Commerce1
UVE: OAK. FLORIDA PIIOMI Mt-llll I._ I' 14II o/.end beef cattle Ads I
....... See-CstlUr** tOe-Tat /..l-4-4 QwItw, 3 00 FJ4 Open Poultry Bhow I 00 fM fiche. orctaall'lp\cfl bar Attractions !
......,......., lee Offsre Opraw 3:1S-M.*te 3Mftalarday (lwlee 1. 3.M FM ,,"/.' Poultry Now rwwa and heifers ;
B.. OffUe Ogees IIU-: ..*... |:M9mm S 00 F M. Barrow Youth Judging F FItrhml i
Cont8TlIUJW>AY. OCTOntlt 21 _ _,
*.T ... OrfW. OavaM III-M.vW 3:44WKDHtJlD :
DO YOU HAVE AX ,; 1 00 FM Formal Opening of Day Dnuglasa and i

T.THtR D4Y.nUDAY. OCTOBtR: ll-U-ll Alcohol Problem? i: I 00 F BtivannM M Hrkction' County of Fair Rural Gar In''"r'"D.lrlly Animals. by Youth Heifer Show Oct.t 1920Community

Wa now bate in Lift Oak ': Areas Drveiopmmt Com. 000 A M
an AA Group ready to is i messily of the Year, 1..00 P N. County ..tr Dairy '
n"T Jt-aGL..IIO. help you. : '.IS FM PTA Brrcw Show.4M flhowFRIDAY.
Bsrrww Bncw; Adult and Educational I
JIM WRITE i; Barrow Shaw OCTOOrn 33:
CART001OCTOUB'" P. O. Box 591, : "III School Day Booths
UVE OAK : 1V ,WAy, OCTOBER It: 'It AM District IV 1.11 Da).
un"D.\1' UEDGAK I 00 AM t: M ..--. Entrancef ry paw ;
OR CONTACT YOUR ': llrt.'m 3.M PM. Rotary Club ..11 Calf '- i iJ

,, Pbysicla. or Minister : M .. S 00 F M, Senor CiliaScramble..
ALtAM For j'I. ena Dar 4 M FM. B.., Cattle mew Fun For Everyone I

THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM 1---- i 1:20: PM ftiwaMwe Valley 7.0* PM. ftwvw Br..drr Show.
Youth Infer Shaw, Youth Bf redr fffwvDUTXM ;
Trailer Harbor :i I 00 FM fXitatfcm 04 Lrve ;
-Feet.. Isis 1- stork ham. IfaaspsMreBsttsMre The Entire To The

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Children 15c
Cesar ef .,.. ft sad :
NE\V PUSSYCAT? 13 M ru. OffWtol rtMte .* the I
CARTOO,*. yaws RIGHT I: Adults 35c and wwaiMMi Uveatwfc Cwtnlr aw"foe COUNTY FAIRs

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The newspaper business !Is one newspapers have emerged of publishers In new plant. and Television scenes were shot at ball league Is planned and soon
of the largest and most Important stronger and with greater vitality, equipment at the rate of $100- the dance Saturday night as partof son are confirmed but lChedul
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of The Frostproof News and ranks high among the nation's grants, no government subsidies ties. About 110 attended the among thegroans, aches, an
president of the Florida Press manufacturing Industries, accounting Their economic Independence is dance.A pains. Some are beginning to Stf
Association stated In an announcement for 1.53 per cent of the essential to the preservation of a dance will be held after the and feel the results. Anyone toe;
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national Industrial output. This free press in an open and free society ex
National Newspaper Week being compares with 1.82 per cent for will be held Saturday 8 U 11 pm. excises are the same, but tV
observed. this year. October 1C the auto Industry. 1.S2 per cent "As long as the press Is free," seo The "Last Knights" will play at number of exercises done d Ptnch
thru 16.The both dances. on the individual.
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week was inaugurated 26 \ -+
cent for drugs and medlclner =
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years ago to explain the role of Circulation of daily newspapers free society: and what's going on Twenty boys showed up for I The 27th state to join the Onion,
newspapers in American life and last year hit an all-time high in their government. This makes football Saturday and four teams Florida has "In God We Trust' u
this year has broadened into a of 60,412,266, a gain of 1, 00.000 newspapers become partners In were formed for two games. The state motto.
yeer-around program of education over the year before. Weekly freedom with their readers. Newspapers score In the game with the larger -
and information sponsoredby newspapers Jumped to a record like people, are not per boys was 42-6 while the younger -
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Committee of 000,0001 1 Consumption of news- public's business is the public's 6'Kb* FMIIITM 5J;".. Inc. .1165. W"U .... mm* .. Another game will be held Saturday Bonded
Association Managers, print was the highest ever 8- best Insurance against government at 9:30.Inquiries: .
ing 10,000 newspapers Newspaper. 000,000 tons an average of five Inefficiency and wrongdo "Did you have anything in mind besides a dull I
United States with pounds of newsprint a week for ing." evening?" have been made as to House Mover
lion circulation. every newspaper-reading family. whether men's basketball league
"The Information program," Newspaper employment since Deacons Anniversary night, and Sunday. can be formed. Chances are dim
explained Mellor. is designed to 1647 has grown three-and-a-half Police TrainingThe ; I The Phillipian Singers of Tampa at present, as no available court
bring newspapers and their read- times faster than all manufacturing Florida Law Enforcement At Springfield, Church i will sing at the church Sunday can be promised for use. It Is Herman Herring
closer and to Academy was created by the at 3:30: Rev. Davis of Madison In the
ers together point : and there are 330,000 per- pm. possible that sometime
out to readers the partnership between sons on dally newspaper payrolls Florida Sheriffs Association andIs Deacons Anniversary began last I will preach Sunday night, near future an outside basket- CROSS CITY, FLORIDA
them and their newspapers. alone today.Journalism. operated by the Florida Sher- night (Wednesday) at the Spring- : with the deacons In charge, according ball court might be constructedat Phone
Readers need newspapers, and school enrollment iffs Bureau as a training school field Baptist Church. Services to Rev, R. A. Griffin the Center.A 498-3725
newspapers need readers. In a nationally la up to 15.820 highest for law enforcement officers. all 1 be held tonight, Friday pastor. fifth and sixth grade basket-
very true sense, they are partnersin since 1948 indicating a
freedom." solid faith in the future of newspapers -
Nwspapers, he added, have successfully on the part of young people. -
withstood two formid- .. .,! '. ry --I
able competitors In the past 40 Still another index of the virility 't ,' 4-
years radio and television. of the business, and the confidence : .. -ilf ..' {: A,
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I Suwannee Valley Livestock Market I Suicannee Democrat ,, .. : ,y161, '. ,.. t, t nP' rvic

Listed below are new subscrlptlons v
Trading was slow to moderately Bulls: utility, $1475-117: cutter and subscriptions renewed to
I active at the Suwannee Valley $11-$1450 the Suwannee Democrat from October {
upon Livestock Market for the weekending Calves: good and choice. $17- 1 to October 8.
last Wednesday with demand $21.75; standard. $14-117.50; one
Qed fair to good utility 113; few cull. $9-$10 .
Walter Kennedy Chicago
Slaughter heifers were weak to Vealen: standard and good 111. f
emu, II toner while cows were weak. I1U5-IIUO; utility. 114 25-ln. Mrs. Bottle Lu Mackle. Klng .
*. am Other slaughter classs were few. Peeder-stocker cattle sold as stop R. I.
to Sf! Petder-stocker steers were follows: Mllissa Redmon. Wellborn
1e lIIi:, steady to 50 cents lower. Helfrs Steers: few choice. 120.75-122.- WUllard A. Patterson, Lake 1
'lie est were weak cows weak to SO centa 75: good. $17.50-119; standard Butler i
, thf loner Calves were mostly steady. $15-$17.75; utility IJ-$1550. Travis Sapp. N. T. N. Y Li1p
: Pendh 50 cent in spots. Heifers: few good. $15-$1675: Robert O. .....ler. Bronx N, Y
Nearly three-fourths of the standard. $13-$15; utility $11.75- Daniel A. Knight Fort BU...I -
supply was cleared to feeder- $1450; few dairy type. $1573- Tex.
UlIJon.ust'l&. stocker accounts while slightly $1625; Inferior $9-$1173. *_ :)1 .. ; -
over half was cahes. Corns: standard and good. $11.- SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED ... ; ...
Slaughter cattle sold as follows: 50-$142S; utility, $10-$1275; in W. L. Vann. Silver Springs. '/!'.:<< d r .:.. ,
-- Steers: few good 600-475 IDS. 50-$1425; UtlUt,. $10-$1273; Interior Md.
$20-121.90; Utility IU-$15i5. $9-$1075: standard and Mrs N. L. Basaford Valdosta
Heifers: few choice. 800 IDS, low-good cow-calf pairs. $13-$18.- Oa.
$ 0-121; standard $15-$17; utll- 251; high-utility $11-$12 Mrs. H. J. Oreen L. O.
:l lIDA ity, S12-I16; one cutter, til Calvea: choice $22-$33: heifer O. M. Murray Branford FUCO OIL & CHEMICAL CO.
Cows: utility and tow-commer *. $18-$19; good. $18 $21.75; Andrew Walker. Ft.. L. O
cial $13-11550; cutter $11-25- heifers $17--9: standard $15- R. T. Bell Rt.. U O.
$1325; canner, $7-$1025 $19.; utility $12-$1650; Inferior University of Florida Libraries,

tg T.B.Gainesville A.F Rowand Oaylard.III.Wellborn Lake City Has Added Spreader Service To Their Many

Roy Collins O'Brien
A O Daniel Fletcher Branford Farm and Home Products
C W. Clayton Jr. Orlando
:5 WASHINGTON I. Pearl W. Rhodes. Oakland

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MARCH OF EVENTS Mrs. .W L. Anderson Btllvllle.Qa. .


IS WISED JOt MUSIC I I IT TOO WSTIAC7WO W Wilbur, r. Howell HaIL BranfordMrs. Branford Georgia Ace FertilizersBulk FUCOPetroleum

fnu WuaiMffton Writer W. A. Plott. Rt.. L. 0
WTAAlIISQTOS-8om. Whit HOUM visitor haven't had they J. M. Outline L. O or Bag -Pickup Load or Ton ProductsWe
> courage to tell President Johnson, but they're annoyedat Jack Oarrett. L. O.
one. innovation he' Installed la the office wing of the Executive Mrs B. W. Hrlvenaton Jr.. L. O Any Analysis
Mansion wired musical recordlnf Mrs. Frank Kaprockl.: BoaU-
The automatic and continuous playing of eoft music has been burg Pa. Offer
Installed In the offices where the President' assistants work. Mrs Nellie Duncan. Branford We are now equipped to mix Georgia Ace Fertilizersto Prompt DeliveryOF
It U not clear ..belller.,. not these Individual W. E. Smith. Branford your specified analysis and have purchased spread.er -
art aided or Impeded by thU musk la the air, B. H. Bryan. Miami trucks and a pay loader to afford you bulk application -
but some visitors have told reporter they Mrs Sherman J. Rudd. L O of fertilizer or dolomite on your winter pastures .
And It dUtraclliur. as they try to carry en Mrs. Matte Ward. Jacksonville: and spring {
crop Fuco Farm Fuels and
business. Mrs Robert Ooolab,. Oalnes
; III i- A wired recording system has long been a viii.Paul .
a feature at the UU Ranch on the rowlrly. Chaun ,. Rt., U O
famous pedemale River It can even h We Handle ASCS Purchase OrdenFast Home Comfort Heating Fuels r.
turned on at poolside for the President and hi ;
Lite Oak Student
guests to swim by. If desired.On .
lltll fart may explain the President Cant In NFJC May Dependable Service "
fascination with this music In the air. The "Quality Pretroleum Product For LessF i
Three North Florida Junior
television Interests now
Johnson family
hold the wind mutual; College students from this area '
The White Mevte operated tnuteeihtp. ,
.--dnlnn'a! franchise In Austin. Texas.T are east In an upcoming play, ;' .
.. LBJ Koek e e "Pygmalion", by Oeorge<< Bernard : 1.' :' _. ..."',. .' ..,I.. '."- [' -...''' '... FUCO:
Shaw l 9rn : t'
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talk !
AM U, lot ONE-MAN TOW TThere's a lot of -
Carole Lyons Mrs. Hlgglns !
theM days about Waahlnjton DCbUif a aa { f
and Sheila MeDantol Hill
as Mrs.
at ,
one-man town. President Johnson seem to be everywhere "
.. from the capitaL are slated to play leading rotes,
once and to dominate all of the W*emanating 93"BETTER
while BherrUI Skinner la In theca.t
the one-maa symbolto
But It took a Mew wire service U project
U toil driver, All from
renders of the Associated Ft4
the ultimate, and give earn

new Out wire on IU a &'OOcIlaup wire recently.la the, went bargain.a new Item which .p n4 Uve The Oak.hyaan.a\ will be pre w GAS 1
enhrfNovember lll at the eol
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with. the dateline Johnson, Sept IS.
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A little whfl later apparently o
service new desk thought that It might be premature to chanf & OIL IJ
the capitals aame. A eorrectlom WM printed whk* MM .1. 111.75-/11.70.
read dateline Waahtaito" eta (Not J.....)." hose totaled IIS compared with __
Oe Item bar ba propoetki, at that. 6", last week. [
hewers may "
Mixed grade barrow and gllU
0 THE EASY LnrEt-Moet Mnatort. sad repreanUUm are sold a* follow: 1M-2IO tb*. Ill .
that HO-J40 ib*.. MiJ; 140-ro
Sara to job r.Ittt.ra tndlcaUin a eoavkUoa pvunnest ;
,* lba.. til ao; IM-IM lb*. IBM; MONEY /
: work ill easy and the py good. ,_
i Usually. their replies are handled u ivutI sly u tM y.9uwt1 I40-1W Ins 12211; IIM U*. ,
are received but .... lUlpk W. TaiWoufH. D Tex, thought in 25; loo-in lbe., inM; .*> i
there was one be should....... personally. < 100 Ib*. 122. .M
A eonsUtaettt wrote that be U4 wifered a. tart atUek Mal Moat sows ISO-WO tb*.. HIM*
mabl to return to aUi old Job aced Uenfore 12013; boars II2M-II1M; on. Bulk of Fuco Petroleum Products
hey Delivery
wanted to get a government poeltioo.. WeAk. stag. Ill
What TarborougH actually wrote la tic reply 01 _..t U a No 1 and I. and medium
Is not kjww but" the awator commented to amAsaoclate feeder pigs under t> lbs. 120 r
: It be went to work for tte fever Nmeat. Wnsid 127; U. 8 No. 2 and medium 1$- DIESEL FUELS G I
It probably would kU ..." 110 .ID*. I14-I27M: lia-144 Ib*. e GASOLINE e OIL e ,
It I* a IttUe-BJMwa fact thai earn fevenUMat employs 4.t 122-131; few lots cull under 71
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Notice To All Corn Growers!

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vllle 8 Miller was stopped for no first down to their SI but the ten at. the 41 scout Meeting:
Greenville Pirates Bucs lain and Allen picked up 3 Into Duos held and Jarvis punted to Mllller was caught for a 4 yard Scouts of Troop 90 will meet
Edged the line before piling over from the Branford IT. loss and fumbled on the Pirates' tonight (Thursday) at wfflch s
I the 2. Cheney ran right end for Miller passed Incomplete and 48. Branford was penalized for off. time registration fees wiu be collected -
the extra point and the Buss Cheney ran for 20 and 12 yards sides and Porter had a first .
trailed 1813. respectively to the 4J. Greenville around left end to the Bucs' 42. The new charter win be sent
18-13 At Branford Friday Porter ran Scarborough's kick was penalized B yards and with a Hutte ran into the line for 2 Friday.
to their 17 and Hutte and Porter 8 yard gain by Cheney the Bucs yards and time ran out with the I. Newspaper staff article. are
began their march picking up a were In Pirate territory, first and Pirates leading 1813. due at this meeting
the 20 aa the quarter ended.
Fissell, Allen Scored For BranfordIn Fourth QuarterLee

Close Ball Game yards and and the Cheney Pirates ran were for pena 10 the dull habit.
Fought driving
Kick .
lized 5 yards for off sides giving I,
The Greenville Pirates edged past the Branford the Bucs a first on the Green-

Buccaneers at Branford Friday night 18-13. Fullback STATISTICS 1'0
Sammy Butte scored 76 and 7 yard touchdowns and Bran. G'vllle
trained- 168 yards in 17 trios to almost 1: heat' : the, Tinea First Downs 7 13 Stepoutinalively a
single handed. Rushing* Yardare 88 303
Branford scored early In the Yds. Lost Rushing 1 It
first period on a pass from Quar- Net Rushing 87 289
terback Kim Miller to End John PaBMU Attempted 10 I :\
ny Fissell. good for 67 yards, but Passes Completed 4 4 Coronet. '
106 21 Dodge 13 :
Greenville came right back on a Famine Yardage 'tlttme .
drive from their 46 and tied the Yards Penalized 15 15 You .,
ended, Times Penalised 3 3 jo1nd
score just as the quarter the
Fumbles Lost 2 1 m Dge
6-6. *i
Greenville scored twice In the onT
I .TA Halloween Show
third quarter and Branford added : r
another touchdown and ; Try-Oiits AnnouncedThe
point In the fourth but I 1965 P-TA Halloween Va-
overcome the Pirates. riety Show will be held October
The Bucs garnered 7 30 at the school gym. Try-outs
downs and Greenville 13, will be held Monday, October 18
ford led with passing yardage '. beginning at 7 p.m. for anyone
106-24 but Greenville gained who is interested in being In ths
yards from scrimmage and ;. ) .; Variety Show .
Bucs only 87. Drew rehearsal will be the following -
Cheney was the leading I / Monday night, October 25,
gainer for the Bucs with 54 11.i'!; at the school gym. 5 p
in six Jamie Slocum, Horace Mathls
tries.First Quarter and Leon Hatch are In charge of nvk
Greenville kicked off to this year's show.
Bucs and held Allen and Miller .
5 yards and on an exchange Woman Plan Night
punts by Fissell and Jarvis,
ford had possession on their For Their Husband Forget all you've seen and heard about '66 And with i whole slew of standard equip- first-cousin cars with Coronet for 1966, a car
On the first play Miller The Branford Woman's Club
is smart ment that used to cost extra. Like outside with a lively personality all its own.The Dodge
to Fissell for the TD and the will honor their husbands and cars. Because Coi onet ..sharp an
took an early 6 point lead. special guests at "Husbands Appreciation and sassy, the greatest thing from Dodge rear view mirror. A padded dash for extra Rebellion wants you!
Hutte returned .' Night", Thursday Oct. since Year One.Loaded with luxury the higher- safety. Variable-speed electric windshield 'EG Dodge Coronet
kick to his 46 and with Quarter : 28, in the Woman's Club Building Turn
priced cars haven't caught onto yet wipers and washers. Backup lights.
back Bill Kerr and Halfback A covered dish will tie
Andrews picked up three "'< served.' supper With a choice of five engines, Slant Six or signals. Seat belts, two front and two rear. ?

tive first downs to the : The regular meeting of the V8, each one designed to make the walls of Enough said to get you really tempted? Now DOOM DIVISION CHRYSLER
6. Andrews lost a yard Woman's Club will not be held Dullsville come tumbling down. let's get away from the look-alike, drive.alike, MOTOR CORPCWAIIOK
left end before Kerr hit Hutte this; month,
a 7 yard pass and the score
tied 6-6, ending the first BULLDOGS TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS, INC.
Second Quarter \ (Continued From Pare 9))
Greenville's defense held Cheney U. S. 129 North LIT Oak I Florida
: : ; : ran left end for 12 yards to the 6.
and Miller for no gain in Ed Poppell ran right end for 5
Greenville 27. where Chester and Munroe for no gain.
Arthur Porter and Andrews ran On fourth down Munroe sneakedover
the Bucs' 41 in three plays. I for the score and Quincy (
Kerr was thrown for a 7 led t
33-0. ,
loss and after a penalty From their 33 Baas picked up )1 1
Greenville and two tricky I three over left guard but waa hit }
Plays the Bucs took over on of end I
at the line scrimmage to ,4v'i
39. From here Miller ran 1 the third quarter. .t y
keeper for 8 and again up I Fourth Quarter N :
middle for 5 and a first but ., With third and 10 Bowdoln hit .. tc Cw
Pirates held and Fissell It"j 4 I Harris in the flat for a 4 yai1| '
out of bounds on the 1 loss and Bass punted to the Quincy 4
16 the 42. On the third play Harris :: rt1 I In

Branford In four 30 playa and Hutte Kerr ran to Intercepted Live Oak 44.Munroe's pass on+the' 0 : 44llW4S; .

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three Incomplete as on After a 1 yard gain by Bass and -
was running out in the half, An two incomplete passes by Bowdolthe
Buns took over on downs 17 .
Bulldogs and Tigers exchanged i
as Cheney the whistle ran left blew.BUCCANEERS'end, for 12 ) f' over punts: Live Oak getting pow 1 i4'' u i ql tit ufitl'Y ( :.QP w'
rid I J r,
session of the ball on their 45. "
4. Harris ran to the left for 6 and
TALE the Dale picked Up 2 over right tackle. )
Individual Record Harris added more up the middle 4. t ( )
RUSHING for a first down. Bowdoln '
TrIes Yds. Av. k 11
then ran right end for 13 yards r
1 1J 1r
Branford a to the Quincy 30 Live Oak war
Allen 6 11 183 for penalized 5 yards for off aides
Cheney 6 54 9.0 and Bowdoin passed 20 yards to
Miller 8 7 ,88 up Dale. From the 15 Bowdoln threwto
Lee 5 15 3.0 Lee Ray Corbin for Live Oak's only ,Ii
Greenville TO. ',' ,
Butte 17 168 B.t9 took Quincy took the kickoff back .. rs
Porter It 54 ..5 to their 38 where Munroe hit foul
Kerr t. 1.0 the in a row down to the Live Oak s fwo
Andrews 10 65 6.5 26 where the game ended on tincompiettons >
PASSING QuIncy 35 Live e
Alt.Branford('mp.lnt. Yd on Oak 7. 1.// ry

Miller .0. 0 106 Personals
Greenville \ ,
Kerr 7 I 0 77
'Jones 1 1 0 15 Jr. (J. D. Fletcher and family in /
Ban I I 0 0 the I Macclenny Sunday.R. / i i'v ia
RECEIVING ., M. Chandler Is a patient In 0
Caught Yds. ] St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville -
Branford having been admitted last r / r I
riMcll 4 108 Mrs., I I Thursday. i 1 1t
Greenville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas
0. '
Porter 3 17 and family of Gainesville spent
Hutta 1 7 several days last week visiting Mr, !

PUNTING Punt. Blkd. ily.and Mrs W, B. Thomas and fam h r t /// Q

Branford R. Mrs Clyde Griffin. Ann Griffin
FlMrtl' I' and Shawn Hatch were busl- III 14 if ,Ii4li
Greenville neaa visitors In Gainesville Satur
J rvU I' Mr. day Ii / i,

SOFT KIDSKIN Great news for the South-and for the Midwest, too!

Approval by the Interstate Com vators,pack ing plants and other American grain now can be

LOAFERS merce Commission of Southern facilities for handling grain and used to feed and fatten A m ri-

Railway's low freight rates for processing feed and meat. If cow animals producing meat to,

hauling grain In its "Big John" you want a part in this developbe sold at home and abroad.

cars averaging 60 per cent ment the time to act is now! All America will benefit from

( below former rates-now clears The Commission's decision Is this decision by the Interstate

6.99 the way for the explosive growth Uso great news for the farmers Commerce Commission. is

i of a huge and urgently-needed >f the grain-surplus Midwest regulation in the public interest,''

SOFT FOAM livestock industry in the grainfhe demands of this fast-grow and the Commission deserves '
LINING AND RAISED deficit Southeast ing livestock industry in the the thanks and praise of the

CUSHION ARCH.AVAILABLE It can be a $2 bfllion-a-year Southeast will open large and American people.Smrttem .

Save |2.00 The Pair .ndustry! The door of oppor profitablenewmarketsfortheirtunity L _.. r

w is now wide open for enterprising grain.In __
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I ........ people to participate addition. Southern's low
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SHOE DEPT. ,,' panded feed lots will be needed,. also help cut down on imports Railway System!i.: :

as well as feed mills grain tJeof meat from other countries., w.-o' a r e-_--:. "


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- CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor

Royal Sean'ice Visitors Attend By Gayle / 7 smart; :
Met MondayThe Antioch Homecoming

Royal Service of the WMS Among those attendtnjr: the suede: warm \
of the First Baptist Church met Antioch Missionary Baptist The ,
October 11th at 3.00: p.m. in the I Church homecoming Sundv were their second and ...
Smiley Binding from Jacksonville: : Mr. and Mr night when fur collared
The meeting opened with a O. D. Older, Mr. and Mrs M. C. won 3$ to 7. '
hymn followed by the president Haddock Alan Weaver. Mrs Inca the Bulldogs wonderfu'r'
Mrs. J. W. MsssenglU, leadingIn Byrd P1 ltone. Mr. and Mrs. Jan Une Yellow ,
prayer. Seashore Mr. and Mrs. Jot C. conference: ,. i
The regular business meeting Gregory Mrs Merle HaddockFranklin here at Reeves !
1 V \ -Lots of fashion dish ,
was held and a very Interesting >>r. and Mrs. T. L. come out and
: The Juxnrtods
letter read from Audrey and Sheridan and Mr and Mrs. J. W docs. t,. in this shorter many t
Olenn Swlcegood. missionaries to Bell; Leesburg-: Mr. and Mrs The Bulldog I '' extras make this coat\ fl fifi
Brazil from the church. Leslie C. Cindy; Palatka: R, U. last Thursday thsn-long cssual cost ,
The meeting was turned over Wise; White Springs: Mr. and Ison. It was a otvinvl a real fashion gem.
to the program chairman, Mrs Mrs. Q. a Cheshire: DeLand: M" was 12 to 12. ti Lamb wedding hand
W. M. Jernlgan. Mrs John Caatleberry and Mrs. Uric Blount; Lake'and: A Pep Rally \ ) wean a wedding band 1
collar encircles the
offered a prayer for the Mr and Mrs. J. C. Rogers; KU- (Thursday) at ,,\ : .
home and foreign missions. Th simmer; Mr. and Mrs B. L. Pad. at T p m. '\ collar of mouton, and nerklino,and self
program subject was "Proclaim. gett and Mr and Mrs. Donald P
lialf-moon fabric \ .
ascot, goldhoedpin
ins Through Woman's Missionary Vanasdal: Tampa: Mr and Mrs .\
Society", Officers were presented John Burnett Mr. and Mrs Timothy The Beta ptJ-Lued emblem buttons, are Included. InWjmlmoor's ,
and they In turn gave an outline Gray, and Mrs. Lisa Mlion: meeting J .
of their work for the year Throw Jasper: Mrs Georgia Wetherlntj- purpose was tiersof stitching add heavrwelghlrrepo (
participating were Mrs. George ton and Mr and Mrs. Iud or. perspective a dressy delight s' ;
Allen prayer chairman. Mrs, Johnson; Wellborn: Mrs Walter club. The eye appeal, stylo
laminated for 1
Charles Webb mission stud/ ani Starling and Mrs. Julia lUnklns; Shirley Foster Interest Great
Mrs Massenglll president. Ft. Lauderdale: Mrs Jewel Murray en. vice : /may warmth Raglan
The meeting came to a close : Lake City;: Mrs C. A. Cram- secretary; Mreru on tie no sleeves,slash pockets
with a hymn and repeating tin leigh and Mr. and Mrs Hicks treasurer Beta *
watchword. Griffin; and BrooksvUle1: Dr, and Mr J. W smart elispi.g.It"p .
Mrs George Creekmore. 22 old '
Girl ScoutMake ble members. I, tll-

Han For Trip Mrt. FsWll! Circle AU clubs E MAKE
lobes 15. for SHOPPING EASIER
Plans were made to raise money Program SpeakerThe about the clubs
for a trip to Winiamsburt. v... Camellia Circle of the Live later. .
when Olrl Scout Troop tIT met Oak Garden Club Inc., will have The annual MAKE SHOPPING EASIER '
at the Elks Lodge for their OCt b- their regular monthly meeting .t out school USE YOURREVOLVING
er meeting. Also a discussion was the Garden Center Friday Oct. I that a tough USE YOUR j I
held on placing a float In the 13. at J.JO: pm. Mrs. Thelma students we REVOLVING < ,10
homecoming parade. Flssell will demonstrate "How To i as soon as we CREDIT ACCOUNT 1".L; CREDIT ACCOUNT I
The meeting was presided over Make Christmas D< by Kathleen Hurst.Homecoming. Garden Club members are Invltrd Friday night.
and may Invite guests sold during this
PlannedThe also be sold st

LurarlU Baptist Church Settled Ky Ccltt

will observe homecoming Sunday France's great western peninsula [('
- Oct. 17. according to Rev. J. E.Otakin of Brittany was settled from Here's a '
- pastor. the 8th to 7th centuries by British sponsors and
Lunch will be served at noon Celts. They gave U a name clubs and ,
with special: music following meaning "Little Britain. SUB Campus: .# "nameless
planned In the

I S Srcak 6Y0URNEAIiN..l' let you some me would activity know like ,.. ;M--. .:'I" electric y!' 'S

:By .: >> period every cooking sure is "safer faster :

J These Are Your I Seniors. ITl' s clea r, cltea"'! .
Questions Attention : ,
be taken 1'* lfotisa'P' i ciei tHe! .. j
WHAT' 1WporuII' for th* A rare and strange outbrtaV .betmnirt i 9''A ,' '
open sore and cracks at the of aalmonclkMis, a form of dysentsry > until Friday .A !I1 I
angle of th* mouth was recently traced to pay n IS dl'pO : ,
Mr. L. C. D. Kentucky Infested pH turtles Whan the Homeroom he4
Dear Mr, IX The** tiny fissures I origin of this local epidemic In reaentsUves .
are called per ech.. There Minnesota was uncovered by day, Oct 12. Ifl
Is a tendency to think that vita- f public health offlcUls. turtles Clubs are now ,
emit deficiency .la th* moat frequent i and turtle food were found to for students of ; /
caus This Is really not to be contaminated with the The clubs are
completely S tru*. I IM salmonella organlam. YMCA and
Eicosa saliva : Because of these ftndlncs lmportant < pone of creating .I
tloa due to suggestions hove km extending "w
'ri I r w
poorly ntlng mad for safety.GuUrce school and iI
dentures, ls at..i should not .. al- standards of Ch
.llmporta.t ked to handl turtles. ems.M aw
.aus*. Fungus they wash their hands thoroughly ('( 1 .
raf ecUons of the alter playtng with them.WaUr .
1 Just Io '
corner of the from turtle Uaks mud
i mouth, allcrgte!not be discarded where" It mightrontamiast. new members
i iD
'IN Brenda
:. C.1.meaa and a vartetvof sinks a.g '
Infectl.ueaeaM 'utensils or food.Only ftmartt. Mw .
creat the* painful cracks turtles and turtle fond Joan llohn**.
keep them from healing rwdiiv.TlMr I that are completely fr from Coolry, Mr. 1
are many safe ere.aythat ;.salmonella after rigid trrtln*. Powell Walte.
contain antibiotic or c r- { should be brought "Into the Mr. Harvey """" r x k l
Uc Dagley. ,, r
tutee that can now cur tatsunpleasant the Iaout.
condition, once the Manly and
exact cause I* .sUbtUhe4. I Can .ernl... be ..- Turner, Bu....
henUdf you sQ an f
I* It sf for n person with Mrs L. It n, Georgia We ar* he
high blood preMur to travel to Dear )I,.. a TubrrrukMls turn with us ..
high altitudes is not hereditary. There Is no Mary Medtork. ''J
Mrs. D- L. Arlaona j I personal or family' wak_ lest of absence Enjoy a Nameless Electric Range I
Dear )In. UIt mud b*conslderwt that makes some acquire It Th Suwann
an .ddd and ...JIIIfteo'' more readily, than other doing a
sari risk for people with high 1 But tubermloats Is a seen.mwnkabi and w.* are for the full .
blood preaour (hypeAeesesI.wv disease and thereforecan them.Wrllhorn. range
to suddenly Into high altitude be ...... on from ooo .
*. I member of the famUto an-
A rapid naoent from sea keel sther.Anyono. of cooking pleasure -
may produce n srte of n.-j jplaaaat \ In dlrrrt contact with Carnival. I
must bonamJned
symptoms.High 'a UUrrukws patMot i
altitude and the differ- to rvto ..t....dl*****. Th Wellborn

emcee of -yKn pteomns can An X-ray of the lung Is avail regular mtt 11 I mother toward! the joy of low codt
put additional Sinai on toM able to everyoa. through their school buiktint. FUmeleM cooling Up -
of th -* local and. staU Board of IlMlth. t.wt.
heart and lung 1InrMap. I
person. I j TvoerrwkMU II lUll an active Final plans total electric living. With all its modern benefit, Sunahina ... _
such radical even sad destructive UMM; o*. Halloween "
for a sheet period of flew |that most not bo Ukeo hgttlyMaw.1.ueassfet After th* .. Service electricity U aim today's biggest bargain. The average -5- t

should b* Moertaken only with'to sues with tile group .."... U :31 than
residential kilowatt hour actually % cheaper
specific advte of the pajmV.dan. ..MHtara dregs the, school eatft: price per f'
I wail. Dr CelraM* ..s.fMwt.be .
I. aaev >.rfrUn.fa juat 10 years ago! Five major rate reductions made during

Can hoawhotd prt lfsaaMt ......... soda w reader Julie .. million
infections to msmansT I.....,.... as 515 ,..,.- ...... Mr. and Mr*. this period are saving our customers over 927 a year
Mrs L. O. JDI..... t|ewe ,..-Nt sod tiee they W Jackjonvtn d I
Dear Mrs. a' In most Inhouscfcotd w of ,-.. ..,...... A.... birth of a r
stun. pets are fe. ....... l. Of. C.a.I .- M ststh. In
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Melissa 1CftC. ... ,o

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I THE OLD HOME TOWN .. By STANLEY 1967 public works appropriations

WASHINGTON bill Secretary Adams Is an able t It D0saq
O advocative presentation, 4'
AIP flIISTIME. IF H8 as in past years was ImpressiveHe
REPORTBy INHALES HB WILL was accompanied by Col. H

'ieS i o GObYTb aRBITAND Jervey Kelly of the Board of RETAINING
WITH and his assistants
Conservation ,,
Scotty Fraser and Tom Greene. WALL
United States Senator HIS6H- Y y
; Disaster Aid For Schools On
October 1 the Senate amendedand
Farm Bill Conference Most Foreign Aid Appropriations -
mat- passed! a bill to amend Pub
Difficult Last Wednesday Another difficult legislative \
\ lic Laws 815 and 874 81st Con.
marked the ninth and last day o t: ter was disposed of this week -
to provide financial
gress assistance
work by the Senate and House when the Senate adopted the con-
In the construction and
conferees on the omnibus farm ference report on the foreign aid SHOW
bill This drawn- bill and sent the operation of public elementary
was the longest
O and secondary schools in areas (CNTO1JRSNfLF *awSR* 4'1. 4EruSTRfMGTH {
out and most controversial con- measure to the Whitte House for iRRFi LI IMNPOtL4NDXAfgSD
affected by major disaster to
ference on, which I have served presidential action. As enacted ; TNf Neal
We encountered conflicting view- this bill appropriates $3218 billion el'mlnate! Inequities In the application MAILS CAN SE BUILT NOM

points on almost every section of for foreign aid This Is $241.- of Pubic Law 815 n certain ,.5 MD tPASS SEEDED IN
mlltary base closngs, and to
the bill I believe the measure 47 million less than the budget
finally worked out by the confer called for: $75 million more than make uniform eligibility requirements ,, ANCHORING AWAU.7bhEEMBANCNENT
for school districts in Pubic
ence committee Is superior to the the Senate bill carried and $67 WILL BE 1
bills bill. It is. Law 874 Of particular Interest 1 BETTER IN THE LONG RUN I
passed by the two Houses million under the House i to Florida is that provision of the .................. ............-. (
Even BO, I cannot vote for It. It Is I believe a realistic amount for --...
...... measure that gives authority to
much too expensive. It gives too the purpose. Foreign aid Is un- b
iiAN ADDfD :
= the Commissioner of Education
great power to the Secretary of popular with' many Americans .::::- FEATURL.r.w. upon a presidential finding thata ............................._M. r
Agriculture and it adopts to a but most of Its present aspects
.... -
high national .-- -__ &T N major natural disaster had occurred TWO SMALL WALLS GRAVEL AND A DRAIN WILL v
degree the system of compensatory Are essential to our own
to and public school property APE BETTER THAN s.f'. ALLOW TRAPPED WATER O
payments by the Fed security. We are continuing
eral government, so offensive to reduce this progra meach year ter The debate on this motion Sugar Legislation Introduced destroyed or seriously damaged ONE gg WAIL TO fLOW OUT OF GROUND Ii

many farmers who do not wantto and I hope that it can be com- began last Monday and has con Recently I joined a number of to provide Immediate financial \ ..rr.wwr.w 11
tinued throughout the week As I assistance to local educational .
be dependent upon government pletely terminated within a reasonable other Senators in co-sponsoring -
doles The bill also Includes an Invitation time. write this Friday morning it is the bill offered by Senator Long agencies In the disaster areas ---
for expansion of cotton expected that the first vote of the of Louisiana for the purpose of either in the form of a grant or \ T

acreage In the West to a ceilingof Two Major Bills Await Con- debate will come later In the day amending and extending the Sugar a repayable advance i

250000 additional acres ference The only difficult con when Senator Mansfield may Act Similar action was last
ferences that remain for me are move to table his own resolutionto taken in 1962 and the objectiveof Cuban Refugees Pose ProbLem -
those for the resolution of differences take up the proposed amend. the new measure ts to protect Fidel Castro's surprising
in the Senate and House- ment with the Intention of voting domestic producers of sugar and Mart, or change of strategy
If you were born In passed versions of the agricultureand against his own motion. I serif to adequately meet the shifting which would permit the exodus
October public works appropriations ously doubt that this strategy will trends in the world market. This from Cuba of additional thousands RCAVICTORI
of odd.
an bills Florida has a sizable stakein prove to be a teat of strength Is important but highly contro- of refugees poses a serious
numbered year, renew each of these! measures and I I am prepared as are many versial legislation Inasmuch as 70 problem for Miami and Dade
other members of the Senate bounty. Although this area with ablr
drivers expect to be active In both conferences -' states and 18 OAS Member Nations
t your license although a minority present have a stake In the produc- heart has done a grand
this month. to oppose repeal of this right-to- tion of the approximately ten with Federal help of course JOb'1 I

.) Section 14b( ) Debate Begins work amendment by every legal million tons of sugar Involved welcoming the thousands of Cubans
The long-heralded fight over repeal procedural means at our com- The sugar cane Industry of FlorIda who fled their homeland
Reece BrownCOUNTY of Section Bb( ) of the Taft- mend. It Is obvious that an "ex Is given a much larger shareIn seeking freedom from Castro
Hartley Act got under way in the tensive educational program" the allotted domestic produc- Communistic tyranny it has not
JUDGE Senate this week when the leadership sometimes called a filibuster is tion of sugar under the provisionsof been an easy task The physicaland wr >i,4 ,
I moved to take up the mot- In progress It Is strange that an this bill.Florida \ financial resources of the
Administration that champions community have been strained to
civil rights so vehemently has putts Presentation At Budget the utmost The announcementby
full force behind this effort Hearings Secretary of State the President that we will pursue a.onaa .
which would take away or serf- Tom Adams appeared before the the offer of Castro and the aI
ously limit one of the mose baste Bureau of the Budget here last request that he has made for an
James B. Daniels rights of American citizens the I Wednesday and gave testimony additional $12.6 million to providefor
! right to work where he Is quail- I support of funding Florida water assisting those Cubans who
led, and where he wants to work. conservation projects In the fiscal desire to come to our shores
points up the Intention of ourovemment.
Funeral HomesLIVE VALUES
We must and should, of course
Following Doctor's Advice Am Offering consider the uniting of families

OAK and BRANFORD that have been separated for

FOR SALE years due to the situation createdby inBLACK
Now have the Communist take-over and
two radio-dispatched
oxygen- the dictatorial actions of Castro

equipped ,ambulances on call twenty- The Chuck Wagon RestaurantIN In this I heartily agree and I am WHITE
sure that the State of Florida will
four hours each day in both Live Oak cooperate In every possible way

11, t and Branford. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA Resettlement of refugees in other I
parts of the country has been
$5,500 Cash helpful, but the fact remains that

-CALL DAY OR NIGHT Can Finance One-Half To Responsible Party the Miami area Is most attractiveto
them because of its climate
LIVE OAK BRANFORD Contact and nearness to home Thus Dade
County has Inherited the major I

.; 362-3333 935-4100 M. B. KENT, Mariannaor own share making of a big This problem Is a not federal of Its A yotaaerlnl.l.a -e

problem In which all of the states I 1 lblaettaywllt. ,
share as equally as
posIble -
B. W. Helvenston & Sons Lire Oak
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I shall Insist that this be

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HOMEMAKING IIICIILICIITS I Muggs and Skeeter Local Tractor

r. else t+rnt w+s r++n e'seep/'OR'nIe fUT TMKt* ONE TUIM9 VCuW &RWaReiavrep Dealers Attend
WOee- A90UT RAMIe1dJ
MISS IDA JO IIABKISON l eoow a : .. \
M1ATc Peanut FestivalDan
? nun TWI
none Demonstration AltaiFaJ eresns/ WA1'1O r .
r pRtse CN Aciii
Fashions Take your Variety of color combinations air r.ace 1')115., Harrell. John Allison. and
choice of the sett feminine or pastels with bright or dark hue. Y ; Sam Stapleton of the Suwannee
the ,tailored look for fall Both brights with dark. r Valley Tractor Company In Live
are fashionable Color and design have an international Oak ay they plan to attend the
The softer silhouette moves flavor this season. Africa -' h Jr National Peanut Festival October
closer tohe body In natural the Far East and Spain have J 18-33 In Dothan Ala, u guests
Use.. easy pleated skirts, and bias Influenced colors: fabrics, and of Burch Plow Work Xne. of
cuts. Skirts remain abort. fashions. +,I I / Evansville Ind.
The costume or "total look" r, f f i rl/ Included In their visit to the
is at the head of the fashion pa Do you start your family off toa / f J 22nd annual event will be an In-
rade. The favorite costume Is the good day? The best way that I spectlon of the latest models of
coat and dress with the dress you can get your children and I planting and Ullage implements
usually sleeveless often a shift husband off to a good start Is to manufactured by the IfO-y far-old
and accenting or matching the see that they have a good breakfast Veterans Day Chairman Named Canl Of Tlianks lUg lien Strikes Indiana firm and a Burch-jon-
coat. Studies have shown that We would like to thank our Big Ben U not the name of the cored dinner October 21 for dealers -
YouTl see daytime knits, coatdresses workers who tuck away a good Governor Bums last W week announced Veterans Affairs, He Is a pastDepart.m many friends for the kindness Westminster Palace clock In Lon from Georgia Alabama and
i with side openings and meal before work get more done the appointment of Sam nt Commander ofhf shown during the Illness ant don but the name of Its lift-ton Florida
new-looking chemises, usually than those who skip breakfast or Story Lake Wales rancher .1 Veterans of Foreign! Wars and death of our mother, Your payers bell that strikes the hours Bill At Dothan. Harrell. Allison,
with sleeves, that are adaptions eat a poor one. I Ben was named after Sir Benjamin and Stapleton will ee an exhibit
general chairman for Veterans presently serves as quartermasterand visits, cards, flowers food,
of the smack-look. Late-day As the morning goes on the Day INS for Florida. adjutant for this organisation and other kind deeds are deeply Hall. who was Chief Commissioner of new model of Burch: equipment
i dresses are soft and feminine hungry ones grow less efficient Story served 38 months In the. appreciated May God bless earn of Works when It was with top officials of the
| May have ruffles. After lunch they do better for awhIle United States Navy during World In making his announcement of you U our prayer Installed When the monarchdies Burch company a* their hosts
-Skinny- Is the look for fall ; then they slow up again War II and since his discharge Oovernor Burns said: "It U moat The Children of his or her ate U struck on during the festival
[coats with skirts wider than last Just u this Is true with work- active in veterans Mrs. Florence Smithare Big Ben. Suwsnnee Valley Tractor Co,
has been very fitting that every citizen of Flor*
I year. Pur trim la still popular ers It is true for homemakers. chairmanof .a la the exclusive dealer for Burch
affairs. He Is presently Ida should Join In paying tributeto
Belted coats are good weight watchers, teen-agers, chtl of implements In this area and several -
Suit Jackets are either very diet, and everyone. Those who the Florid Department the more than 22 million veter- being made to reach the hesit Cosmic ray particle coming tunes has been host to spectal .
ana of our nation who have given and soul of Floridian In observance mysteriously from outside the sol
lone, ending below the hlpllne. or I eat a good breakfast have a better every exhibits of Burch equipmenthere
brisk mornings And so freely of their lives to preserve of this Veterans Doe ar system have millions .
Very short. The short suit Jackets chance to do a days work well these cool "
ave more shaping. than those who neglect breakfast don't forget. the many fruits and our nation's heritage November U, IMS commemorat more energy than a 01lm"l e.
Fabrics? They are more beautiful Children are more likely to do fruit Juices which can help the Chairman Story said: "Plans Ins peace with honor live similar particles on (Office Supplies.. I' ale'rl.*.'.>
than ever. Most popular are well In studies and games.If iiPu.breaklut. : time and ---
|he smooth supple fabrics. But you have trouble getting your are important sources of Vitamin
fliP Interest and much texture family to eat the regular breakfast C: and others. NOW! A WHOLE NEW SERIES OF ULTRA-LUXURIOUS CHEVROLETS

kre still In style Plaids and checks foods such: U eggs and bacon You have always served tomato
late high Toull find knits suit- why not try other foods Juice for breakfast but what
pie for almost any occasion. What would be wring In serving bout sliced tomatoes or stewed
Colors? They run the gamut the children the all-Amerlcan tomatoes. In season sliced tomatoes -
soft winter pastels to glow- favorite hamburgers for breakfast are delicious with scramble '
tig Jewel tones, to vibrant hot ? Certainly this would be nu- eggs and bacon) Just try them
and elegant darks. Almost rltloui. Soup la also good for some time.
very color is represented ine I I breakfast and would certainly hit A simple test for a good breakfast -
i tone and you'll find a great the spot for something hot on Is: 66 CAPRICEBY
1, It give you protein vita-
sins. and minerals materials
needed to build and repair
We Invite You To The 22nd Annual f the body and to help

keep you healthy.
2. It provides\ fuel for body energy -
National Peanut Festival .

1. It tastes good
Dothan, Alabama October 18-23, 1965 Did you and your family start CHEVROLET
1 ihe day off with a good break-
And Don't Mats The Exhibit Of J rut?

Ironing Can Be Made Easier -
BURCH PLOW WORKS, Inc. The Ironing board you use can
I make this homemaking task

SEE AND HEAR THE VERY LATESTIN I aster or more difficult It should M e .. ,
.. -
M light weight and rigid, with no f "
MODERN FARM MACHINERY AT :wobbling or tilting The adjustment c" .-

THE BURCH EXHIBIT AT THE PEANUT levers should work with a \ .Jit
slight touch of the fingers and at ? ..Ms-
FESTIVAI INCLUDING THE he! same time hold the board w-

L NEW MODEL BURCH PLANTER surely In position. wawmeee .
t For safety purposes<< the board
|J SHOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME. should have a locking device to
keep It folded when not tn UM
Csprke Custom exclutlve formal fool) lint
Especially Designed For Peanut Farming ThOM of you who are felt that comes on no other Chevrolet. 1"" ,
landed, should have Ironing k' .;!. '"
boards with levers on both side ,1'
Also Plants Corn Soybeans Cotton s.7z
; II T all means beware 01hi
Many Others curved leg board designed for .
.- -- he rtcht-nandtd person It win
a t hinderanee to you If you are
rINmaft' ironing -
ROTARY HOES-DISC HARROWS boards Is being able to adjust
taw height. Tide feature can saveyou
energy and time and be more
Manufactured by comfortable to use.
Use washable asbestos and fibrglaas .
board covers which can
Burch Plow Works WAST
be wiped' clean with a damp
:loth lie sure they are burn- I
YOUR BURCII DEALER IN THIS AREA IS proof and scorch-proof The board
hould be padded with a material.

Suwannee Valley Tractor Co. of hat give will under allow the a certain preuurt amount of the Csprke C*"l 0"' sedan: ,owtth superb new Body by
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and beyond anything' else In the lint. If this, 'U your oiTrreil! in 2- or }rat fOOIk!., you ran even Cll'tkt'
WE year t9 move up, you just can't move up to much carpeting for th* cargo .,....

more car than this.' Each model" !, with iu own spretufy tailored! IMUpme

1.trrythinf It take to rrrat a distinguished. .luiurjri sine rvfWmrnU ibis auger.. Jet-.nv th. A"lur! (M*

nag god into the** new Capricre. crxnparably smooth power you tan sprei/jr Ch
is::nralh' Ihe formal" styling rlrganc Out sU the axivanrn. Turbo-Jet V!* in sitter, a 3'J4or! 427
r torn Cope apart* for innUixv, youi! ft/vl the rich- inch ...,.Ion. H
WARD r> of thick wall-to-wall. carp-tin CfJmIotk.ofItou.1 abU, IwMmg front-sf.t'hexlnraU, ,AM-I'M stares a.l

c* j and the look of hand-ruth walnut on the instilsa TUtUlnn>| e steering wheel.. .l.Th

IT. it ..IM'I.'I0.... compartin+nt and In*+de!. door panel pike of it all? flonwwKat more, naturally, that.

"hrVre custom' can In every \If'ftIIIP. In th* Custom )'eN',. u_l to payinf foe a Cturvrobt., Hut \rmurfirisingry -

r ape, you can order a finely Instrument. cMoU Im u your dralrr: will happily'' eOflwt. -

,TOw .fth IMW gtrato-bucket front seats. In the than tK* aebvt item U IUM cart these

f tom llrr+lart,a new St/ato-Uicfc front ant ill'n1latM new Caprices Invite com,.", ,,t with
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Phone 9352101 -, .. -, .
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SALES MANAGER PLANT MANAGER I L Howard, St UY. Oak, RoikU Pbw 362-2976



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ll.ln.. aad If dead the unknown h.lro. tins t, said paint of aarlnnmg ... /.' 18" W. tt.ta.t fvnerdtnr ::'r--Iha;
devl.ees arantaee, fir other claimant Inc located South 1 deal.** OS minute MInL Thence 1
Hannah ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ay Alfroe! i. lucicher under th' .aid MATTIE L. DALKMYPLK Bait 18* feet from the NW /l' /o" :-I": feet to. I ne
: and apou.e, _, that shall corner of aaM Satin 7, thence 'n the boaadarr the H
Nrrlitnro| -I Samuel lil-SiM. be deceased. or otherwlaei TRIXIE South I d..'. *>S minute Ent rlght""of.w.y ., U. 8. Hflhwq II
THOMPSON and ipouae. H. 8. THOMP 'll' feet thence North It decrees opoo.lta the ..ntor 0' a anlnop .raj
SON. If llvlnar. and If dead the unknown 11 minute East (174 fret, to the ot whkh point the 1'1.. ... C110eh.Mn
heir, devisees, (ranteea, or other claim Want line of the rich of way nf are I=1.411.011. and .17.
ante ander the nail TRIXIE TROMP'BUN State Road No. 10. thence North II 1I'.fO',. Th.n.. ... N. .1' i\\. ",0"
and .po..., H. 0. THOMPSON, the dea-rot 17 ailantoa Eaet alone aaMWeat E, abnr nail rlght'.f war holu4a.y
.half be deemed. or otherwlael PASCO right of way line of said Road 1,061.111 feet to R. InWr..,
1:. DALRYMPLE and .pou., ___ IItvlnc. 71*.I feet to the North line of the with the line of woven win fwl
and If dead, the unknown h.lro. South ./. of the N W% of the NW 4 ran"ln we.t.rlr tat w"If" potntthe aa
.. _*. .r.n_.. or other claimant of Hid Section 1. thene South II Plane C.odint.. w t Ias&h
anrfer the add PASCO K. DALRYMPLE d...... II ..I"..... Weet alone the al' sad ya441,11The: ',.;;
and apouae, __ that >hal North tin* of aald South 1/4 of tho nn S. .1. U' '0" W tdanr
be dereaaed or oth.rwl.el FANNIE WIL NWU of the NW\* 7107 feet t* IIn. of ..Id f.ace. '.J.ia'fieVt* ill
JAMS and ..... HENRY J. WILLIAMS the point of bea-lnalne. point of beflnalnf.Yoa. .
If Urine, and If dead, the unknown .
helre' devlieea, ...ntee., or other ALSO A part of the VKH of sad Each of Tea, are atln>4
I claimant under the old FANNIE Section. IS. Township 1 South Ran** that a salt t* ulet title to the abet.
WILLIAMS and ...*. HENRY J. It Eaat Iylnn Suwannee County, deecrlbed property. ha* boon filed. af all. ).
Ih i WIIXIAMS. that shall be d......... or Florida. and more particularly .d*. yea and you are ......., required to aen*
otherwlee ROBERT ENGSTROM and erlbed aa followal Beflnnlna- I a copy of your Answer or ether fet
Grieved becaus she ..ill childless, God answered her prayera. uil.c her Tru. to her promise/ when Samuel Ell rained him In the ....vl.. of the .., VIRGINIA M. ENC8TROM. If point on the East lino of aaid ...- fens t* the Complaint en the plat.
Hannah taring the annual ....rUle. plight for HI. own glory and thr rale- Woo old enough Hannah presented him Lord and Samuel found favor withal lining, and If dead, the unknown h.lro. tloa IS. II* feet Sooth of the North. tiff. attorney t. M. HEARN. P. O. Hot
Hhlloh prayed for a son promising fog of Samuel to become leader to God .t Shiloh and left him with both God and man I Sam "I d..I...., grant***, or other claimant at corner of old Bectloa: rua U*. Live Oak. Florida, and file th.arlflnal .
IQjlcat him to Cod' .I'VI.-I and prlwt of the people of .......- HI.: Each year she brought him a new I 12-17 20.28. under the .Id ROBERT FNG8TROM thence South II decree. 11 minute. hi the office. of the Clerk. ol
aMmu.IItle.: I Samuel 1,1, ?-1S. _L. .I".u.ll.2..2" 11, IS 18. COLDEN TEXT: Proverb 176.Pastor's and .pou... VIRGINIA M. EMC8TROM Weat 17 feet I Inche to an e.l.tlnffne the rircnlt Court .. cad for Suwannee
that hall be deceased or otherwise *| thnc Southerly alone aaid e..t,. Florida, oa or before I* Octo
R. V. HUTCfTINRHON and .pn.... fane ell feet more ., lee*. to a .ber IMS.: othrwla the allovathw of
that is precisely the most dlfflcul I Thereof Defendant BESSIE E. HUTCHINGSON If .llvlne:. point which lie. 71 feet I Inches ..Id Comple-l. win b* take a* *o..
thing for us to do. We are prom O NOTICE TO APPEAR and If dead, the unknown heir., devl.sees South II ..,... 11 minute. Weet feseed
..anl..., or other claimant ander of a state In the Eaat line of old WITNESS my hand a. Clerk of ."'d
by nature to do the exact op STATE OF FLORIDATO and spous*. the aald R. V. HUTCHINGSOW and Section which ...10. .. 165.6 feet Circuit Court of Suwannee eou.....
CornerREV. poslte. Doesn't this fact make lit e I .HOPKINS_ |II living, and It dead ipouee.. BESSIE: E. HUTCH1NG8ON. the South of the Nortbeaet earner of Florida. and tko Seal ., said Court *tLlv
I p the d..I.... 5cnt..aor hall be deceased. or atherwlee) and All old Section|It......* North II des. Oak.. Florida, on the Seth day of
seem more futile than ever other claimants 'under the said ASA Per.on Claiming Any Eitate. Rla-ht free 11 minute. Et 71 feet f In.ehee I.pt ....... A.D. 'U'.
Aren't we tempted Just to give u p HOPKINS and -., Title, or Intereat In. or tlen U_. the to aald .take In the Rant line L. A. SESSIONS)
C. A. WEBB, Pastor ? that shall b* deceased apouas.. or otherwise R. Real Property. Herein 11..1.... or any of Hid Soetloai. thene North 1 do- Seal) Clerk. of the Circuit. Court
and say what's the use W. CRAWFORD, Part Thereof, to-wit tree .01 minute Weat III.* fet By Lllllaa. RadfordIM
and -
FIRST BAPTIST, CIIURCII OF LIVE OAK No not at all. The Gospel tell p It living, and It deed the spouse.unknown helre to the point of eetlnnlnf.Th Dente Clark
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cannot d: other clalmanta B lnnk at / Inch Iron pipe toll
What's The Use turneth about unto the north: i It us that Ood knows we underathe.aidtaS.W. CKAWft1) .nd at the Southwest earner of proper eforeaald' real property la more
what He wants us to do and so lie .. that hall! tr formerly owned by li". HUTCH. "" ..rate" deacrtbod. aa followal THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"I have seen all the works that whlrleth about continually and 01 f he" deceased otherwise.: AMANDA INGSON and Deed Book THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
are done under the sun; and behold the wind returneth again according came down here in the person BIRD and 'poutlint or __ M 71 on yare lit, and run South HI That certahi tract of had bin FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLOR
His Son Jesus Christ to do It fo r ,., and /If dead the unknown heir. feet: thence In an EaaUrlr dine'than ,In th. Eaat half ., the Ea.t half IDA. IN CHANCERY
all Is vanity and vexation of to His circuit All the rivers saved from ft':1 d..I..., granteea, or other clalmanta 100 feet to the center of a' of the Northeaet Quarter of the DOROTHY KIRKPATRICK JELINEK.
spirit" Eccl. 1:14.: run into the sea; yet the sea i Is us. Thus we are under the paid AMANDA BIRD and culvert' under State Road Iil thenre Northeast Quarter (EH, ., Ki!: of Plaintiff.
our failure and frustration and .., that ahall In a Northerly direction 170 feet NE" of NE"it>> of Section Twelve ...
What's The Use? Many people not full; unto the place from fear. b. ...... or oth.rwlae, ANDREW alon* the Weat aid of R/W ., Slate IIS, Township Two II> South ARTHUR LEONARD .nUNIIC.Def..d."t. ,
whence the rivers come thither futility and JACKSON GIRDS and apouso, .. Road 110 t* at the Ranee Thirteen flU Ka.t nf the .
that question these : .olllp
are asking Let us be reminded that there If living, and If dead the unknown helre, Month. corner t"t Pipe Lin Tallahaeae. Merldhi. and. the North. NOTICE
days. In fact it seems to be a they return again All things are in all history and d..I...., granteea, or other claim.nta Property) thene In a Southwest weal Quarter of th'* Northweet Quarter TOt ARTHUR LEONARD JELINEE.whoa I
becauseit full of labor: man cannot utter is one Person ider the said ANDREW JACKSON .rl,. direction to point of bea-lnnlna. (NW of MW > of Re*. reeldeac .la Itt Ores Street.Royereford. i
popular question perhaps satisfied with only one. Who never had to ask.what's : Glass and spouse, ___ th.t shall Section 7, Township t South, Reno ton. Sevm <11. Town.hlp Two '.,.,. .... ..
so aptly expresses the deep it: The eye is not ? You won't have to b. deceased or otherwise, WILLIAM U Eat II' South. Rana. Foartm (II. Fast YOU ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED thata
of frustration which has seeing nor the ear filled with the use KEBREV and apouae, __ If wet ef and adjacent t* U. 8. H sense have all the works either If you belong to film For living and If dead, the unknown helra. A trlana-ular-ihaped plot o. land way Its and rteeerlbed mero particularly and .11e....,'. foe, baa boo filed.
overcome modern man. Almost everybodY hearing I seen but He was d..I..., ,granteea, or other rlalmanta holedn. / the SB'4! of the NE<4 ofNE by GRID BEARING and ...In.' toe and pen are required t.
only man.
has occasion to ask that are done under the sun: end He was not under the said WILLIAM KEBREY and '4 of Section IS, Town.hlp t dl.ta_ a* fellow Start at the Come a copy of year answer or el hoc
some to answer that South, Ran II and the Nortbeaet of 15. .. .....
and vexationof Ood; and He came apron, th.t shall Ra.q 8W'4of corner Beetloa pbadlsw the Complaint oa the r.
it. and there are many who are behold all is vanity for once for all. lie ie deceaaed or otherwise. J. C. GALLA- the NW % of NwT. of Section 7. TIS. RUE and thence run S. I" tiff At........,.. L Arthur ...........
l asking it all the tune, not only in spirit. question us, HER and spoils, ___ If Township S south Ran*;* 14 Fa.t ..' l/" W. 114 IS feet to a one.Inch Jr. Box lWr.* Oak. Florida.aad .
'lived our life and made it worth living, and If dead the unknown heirs. la Sow anna. County, Florida, ton. Iron pip take. eel al the point, :* eruttnal aaswer or etherpleadlnc
words but in deeds. So. let's consider Solomon expressed in the long died our death and d........ granteea, .r other rlnimant.s.d. laminaacroa.. more or l*... i of Intereeetloa of the lino of weeeawire ta the office. of the Clerk. of
I that question seriously: ago an experience that is ever living; He ., the ..Id J. C. GALLAHER and and danrlbd. more portl..I.rl hemet. fencing. ......* eaeterly and the. Cereal Court of Sawaaao. aunts
took the sting out of it and gave upon,. th.t ..hellha .. ... ho.".. n tollowa Como aoutherly' (red ef which. the Plan rtorMa. an or before November I, lie*.
.1 What's The Use? new. It was the story of bitter for It. So there is no d..d Dr otharwl.t: N. M. BI.ACK. rnncln at the NW corner of Section Coordinate' are. B..t,4l4.l44.IS* and If tee fall to do ae, a Deere Fro Coa
Maybe made a great deal struggleof trial and error, hope salvation BURN end apna. ._- If 7. Town.hlp f South Rant 14 yw4l>.lll.! >. for the point ofheclnihit. face will he entered sealant rye teethe
you longer any reason for us to askwhat's 1I.ln., and If dead the unknown heirs. Feat and run South. I' .6/' Eaetalone Thence ... .. S* 17' 55" relW ......... ta tb* c.........
more money this year, or made a and despair profit and loss wisdom the use?" My friend find d......*, ...nt..., or other clalmanta the Went .kouadary of aaldaertloa W. sing the Ha. of roll. fence Thla the Ilk dar. of October, Hey
lot of In your work or and folly good and evil a under the paid M. M. BLACKBURN anflapous to I.I feet to an 'Iron pip IS*.II feat thence ran Soathweaterly. LAVAUCHN A. SESSIONS
your answer in Christ the Savi- *, i that ,hail) .take (1/." dla.. driven level with aloat. the are *f the carve Clerk at the Oreaat Court
maybe you had a lot of fun or a story that is quite typical in this there's real use he deceased or otaerwleai' VICTOR H the lurfaeo of the round oa the In th' fence II".. Ill 0 feet to a .awanao* Gentle, Florida.
lot of good fotune. Even so you old world. You see throughout our. Remember, KNIGHT and np.n,. _____ If south .boundary of the property formerly point, (of which the Plane Coordlaatea I y a/ UIHaa Radfr4.
for life that is lived in Christ 1I.ln.. and It dead the unknown heirs, owned by the Florida Knterienry ant .S44IMir and. S., Clash
might be asking; what's the use? the generations of men the ques- with Christ. d....,. ...at.... or ither .1.lmeal. Pipe. Lln. Company rrom earl '....f....... ,, which. Imo S. *. ?.,,
After all the money won't last tion "what's the use?" has been and .d", the Hid VICTOR H. KNIGHT a.d.pan. point of he-lnnrnr ran North /1'
.. .. that shall .I I' Eaat alone the outh boundary,
and even if it does until you die the anguished cry of a distressed b. .1_..... o. .th.rwlaeI- O. GOLD. shore. mentioned. 11.7 feet to an

you can't take it with you. So you soul However King Solomon discovered IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, STEIN and np.ay It Iron pip .take (C.. //" dla. .>)> let level SPECIAL PUR]NG[ OCTOBER
.''Ing. and If dead, the unknown hair.I with' the ..". of the grounds i ,
made progress in your work; you that there U light to dispel THIRD JUDICIAL SUWANNEE CIRCUIT: COUNTYIN devisee*, granteea. .rather clalnmder .". thence North0*' Weil lot.t
f can lose that too. Suppose youdon't the darkness of the night and IN AND FOR CHANCERY. the .ssld 0. GOLDSTEIN and feet t* an 'Iron pipe .t...* ($/'" dial, 1/4" 4x8Interior
.. act level with. the ..".. of
pou.e.. ,, thai *
I I',! where will you be when although he didn't follow it faith HARRY ElLIfl and h. deceased or otherwise- MARTIN the round la the line of wire Plywood Per sheet
( you get where you are going? Will fully himselfhe knew it was there LILLIAN H. ELLIS hi. w.' ..lnllff.. CARAUALLO and spouse, If fear on the oaat .boandary of . $3.00
1I.ln.,, and If dead the unknown heir, the property of P. B. CANNON 3/8" 4x8
you be satisfied or.ltIIl reaching and that It could guide him to everlasting ova I d..I...., grantees, or other claimant u..... South 4* .If Eaat: along
higher? There are people who day. ASA HOPKINS and apov,. .. .1, und.r the said MARTIN CARABAU.O saId. fence line til 4 feet to a* Iron sheet $1.50
the conclusion to R. W CRAWFORD and ."oU'.. and spouse, .-.-, that .hall pipe sake .t lend .lIh tho oar. SheetrockLOADED . per
have all they could possibly want Listen to
_I AMANDA BIRO and ."0".', h. d..d or otherwlaef MAXIMO fare of the around th... North
and yet they are asking: what'lthe which he came: "When I applied _, ANDREW ,JACKSON OIBBIJ GONZAlEZ and apouse Itlining. MC .IT Eaat 71.* feet to the pointof ON'SUWANNEE roUR TRUCK

use? mine heart to wisdom and to seethe and upon,. I WILLIAM and If dead the unknown. heirs, bcflnalni.ALSO. .
KEBREY and spou.. d..I...., grantees. or other elalmanta
The wisest man in the whole business that is done upon the I J. C. GALLAHER and under the aald MAXIMO GONZALEZ A pert of the NW'4 at
botheredby I beheld all the .Doan. .nd spouse, that ..h.1Ih. Section 7. Town.hlp t South Range BLOCK CO.
history of this world earth then work
was ,
.. 14 Ecat Suwannee Florida
M. M. IILACKUURN and spa" e ....... or otherwlsei, SIMON CONALEZ : County ,
that same question In his day. of Ood that a man cannot find I VICTOR and spouse, V i /Ifevlsecs deecrlhed a* follow. H.ainnlne at '
It was Solomon and you'll find out the work that is done under H. KNIGHT and opoU'", IIv/n6' and If d..... the nnkeewa h.lr. the NW comer of the South '1' of N. Walker Aye. PhoiM 362-1531
'I I G. GOLDSTEIN and grantees, or other clalmantander the NW% of the NW of said. Sec
what he wrote about it in the the sun for all this I considered .pou... a the paid SIMON GONZALEZ and

Bible In the Book of Eccleslas- in my heart even to declareall MARTIN CAHABALLO and apou.*. ,pane*. that ,hnB'.
I MAXUIO ha d..nd or 01..1", I. Q. DICK.ERBON
tea It is a part of the Word of this, that the righteous and GONZALES and .poU.. and .pou.. ItIlning

a' Ood and it is Just what we need. the wise and their works are in I J. Q. DICKERSON and and If dead. th* unknown belre.evlaeea .
.pou'. I franteea, other clalmantader
Listen to a few selections from the hand of God let us hear E. J. .DANIEL and ."ou". the said: J. Qr DICKERAON and
\ this book. the conclusion of the whole matter I J. 1'. DALRYMPLE .p.a., that ahall I
I ha A.r..d olharal., *. J. M..
"What profit hath a man of all : fear Ood and keep His commandments MATT u'L' : ALRYMPLE and .....u.., DANIEL tad.r apt.... ItIlninr Need A Good Salesman ?

I his labor which he taketh under for this is the whole I TRIXIE and If dead, the u......." heirs,
'' H H THOMPSON evlaeee' Irani... or other rlalmantander
I the sun? One generation paiiseth f duty of man. ; 'Mnt.po DALRYMPLK and : tte\ said E.: 1. MeDANIEL and

/J' away and another generation Perhaps that doesn't sound likea ipouie, f PANNIRVILUAMH poti.e, thst shall l b*
and anouee., HENRY 1WILLIAMM .1.raaad Dr otheawbel. I. P, DALRYM'PLE
cometh: but the earth abideth/ very comforting answer for you ROnrRT LNOHTROM: and : and .....u... -. IfIlvlnr
forever The sun also arlseth and know that it isn't easy to fear God .., VIRGINIA M. ENOSTROM: and If dead, th* unknown. ...,..., Good salesmen hard to by that
the R, V. HUTTHINtirinN and apouae. HFS- d......, franteea, or other claimant. are so come many a
sun goeth down and hastrthto and keep His commandml'ntll.whIch RIll: P': HUTCHINORONi I and All Perona and., the said J. F. DALRYMPLE and
His place where He arose The Solomon says Is the whole I' Claiming Any Eatat. Right, Title .nous*. thst ....n retailer has wished that he had old AJaddin'slamp to rub
'fr wind I r Intern In. or Lien' Upon th* Realroperty be ......... or h.rwl.1 MATTIE/ I"DALRYMPLE
goeth toward the south and of As matter of fact :P
duty man. a Herein Deacrlbed, or Any Part red .po.... .Ita when he needed more help to sell merchandue.

a Here is one way to move ahead It would also be nice if the lamp produced a salesman"

who worked almost 24 hours a day who could make all

ll with in the the calls necessary, who could see every customer, every
I, /: day.

'lincoln Continental tradition I Itd

It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't

make mistakes, who always told the correct sales tory,

who found interested customers on short notice, and sold


td jI If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman

who could go right into the home, right into the living room

and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of his merchandise.


And that sales mdtn would work at a low wage. That

seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

never get sick, never lay olE never take a vacation, always

Arm 1AM J 000* rttHBIl* say just what his employer wanted him to say.

It'' There are 16 others :

Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't producethat
IS ease IANI-whN.
end a*. at e.own'N... 41: M0NiCLAIa- ..a 4 dw 11*: Mooriaiv-e M, sash. .se ,....a 1114 I .
tHMteamelMioeoeHealtkeiMeo 5 m ho*M*ar a t aeer her*) aaa.eMMi.M.MMrt.aw. of merchant's dream.
Wow)ass 4ar. a>eoieeoy adan ace a 4eor aa no**aunt(kexemK,***. 4.ea*r.wean aeoa*atw..5w.e red .. nndn.'S. a m.aada.- -., o n. ta1a.,1 ace. I owe Mrdt.a sort a That I land of salesman

1 comes only in air castles and
,w. e a. newspapers.
1 1'1

t Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper
tale-A/oeN a0arp .lass.
c- a.nn ewe Maa. IRynne., advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super

= @ saleman the dream salesman, the perfect salesman AH

I" D that is needed to put him to work is call a representative

of this newspaper at 3621734.

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