Suwannee Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00306
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 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: UF00028422:00306
 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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I Road Board Member At Rotary Club I

I Dedication Heifer Show

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!' ,Bring Crowds To Fair

Dedication Names I Ionic-Born Animal

I Beat r.mll..Il"i..1 heifer

'ConFletwortllBuilding' .1,.... Wins Top Place

I At FairThe .,. -w;",' .' ,... In Youth Show

ii1iiP'I1'iWnilsm .r'
new livestock arena Suwannee County 4-Her
and cattle barn at the Agricultural Ralph Smith won the tor
Coliseum site here I prize in the Second Annual

were dedicated as the "Con.I Suwannee Valley Youth
FletWorth Building" Tuesday Heifer Show at the County
night at the Suwannee Fair Tuendny night. with a
County Fair with a rood home-born and rained Hereford .
Beaafort, State R.a4 Board ..mwr'w District Two, center It ...... at the Rotary sized crowd of local official T heifer, named Grand
CUb meeting Monday will. left I* right I RUry FretJdent Dare Asilln: LotaW C. Wadtwcrth. bend I and spectators attending the wJ Champion among the 42& hel.rflrs
program chairman fee Mwannee C.*.nly| Curtis Ilamphrles. chairman .f the Board .f Cwaty C.m* I dedication ceremony held"In in the crowded show at
mbst.nrsi and Mayer Marvin FhUllps. (DevMcrst Staff Fh.U) the arena. the livestock arena.
"ConFlrtWorth" U a name selected Reserve ar.nd Champion was
by the Fair Association'i exhibited by Hubert Severance of
Road Board Member Speaks; board of directors to honor three the Branford FFA Chapter an
men who were Instruments In the Angus heifer
realization of the very adequate Smith receives sn additional
raw livestock facilities. 1100 In pilM money available to
Local Officials Back ProgramState They art Doyle Conner Florl horns-born and raised champion
d.'. Commissioner of Agriculture animals.
who WM featured speaker at the There were 11 Angus heifers'
Road Board Member William Humphries. and Live Oak Mayor tire safety of four-tane roads In meeting; T. J. Fletcher Br, and It Hereford. In the contest"
:Beaufort spoke at the Rotary J. Marvin Phillip, that the bond support of th* bond protrun. He O'Brien farmer who la general entered by 34: -il Club members
Club her Monday on behalfof procram had received significant laid that three-fourths of all manager of the County Fair and and 11 Future Farmer A total 1
Governor Burna' $300-Ullon support hen.ltumphrleu. Florida fatal accidents and 61 ha been attire in the Fair Asaoclatlon MatUi Ward, left, chairman .f the Teeth Heifer chew, ,r*. of 13 won blue ribbon, for 117 In
road bond program, and. M he presented Besufort per cent of an traffic accidents for years; and Lout C. prise money, while 19 won red
aald. was made -very happy-. with a resolution pasted by the' occur on two-lane roads. I Wadsworth. Fair Associationpresident seals Ih* award I* Ralph. smith fr tblblllnf Ih. grand champion ribbons and II124. each and 11
After Ma apcech. Beaufort was commissioners at their Saturday II. said that the estimated $Ill and lone ttm member, M th* ...anne* Valley Y..lk Heifer lb.. Tuesday hUM. flmlth'allercfard won whit ribbons and $7 60 each
told by chairman of the Board of: meeting endorsing the procram million Interest to be paid on the and publisher/ of UM 8uwanne< wa b.me.|..*... (Fh*!* By Dan llalnerl) Tli Live Oak Jaycees were. ree
County CommlMlonera. euru.OTHINKIHfi Mayor Phillip said that he had 1300.million m bonds would be Democrat. oinlsed *t the show for raising
contacted all but one of th* city offset by about $.. million savedon None of the men honored In the money for the pylon with. a hat
councilmen tone was out of town rlaht-of-way cotta and an estimated cornerstone plaque knew of the 'Ilse//.Ir'rrJ. To The "' ''')It' ssl.
and that they had agreed to en IS) million In Increased proponed building name prior to Jcdflaf C 11II1. 4
i dorm the procram.Beaufort construction posts over th* 30- the dedication.The The Buwanne County ,-n
I said at the meeting year period In which th* bond are |SO 000 structure was. fin team number' two won. first plate
oUT LoUD that he expected the contract on paid.Clarence kneed on a M-0 bull by the fluwanne In the Youth Heifer fudging Contest .
Interstate 10 construction northOf Ratllff. co-chairman County Commissioner and Lafayette County's num.
With Isle 0. Wadsworth Live Oak t.o. U. S. 10 to b* let of the bond program here praised and th But. Department of Afrtaultur her one team took second place
In December INS several months the County Commissioners and *. with the Fair Asoeia honor
Fin facility. sooner than was earlier expected City Council for their support of I lion active In the project """"f PiOdtC] In tM PTA division th* flu
The two additional bulldlnu II. also said that U. B In would th* program white speaking 1 at N I! Vincent Jones, fluvsnne High S Cannes. PTA Chapter'" number'
added this year to the Coliseum probably be four-laned north of the IQwanis Club WIdnHd"'I'School vocational agriculture In. two team won first and the num.
complex will la the yean ahead the city to the Intersection of Ratllff bad earlier tructor, was matter of .eeremonle .. WHAT IN Imo? 1shwa bee one team look second place
permit tJlller and better llveatock I-IO when the Interstate U com speakers to the Jaycees and Lions at the dedication. Bupertntn Lynn Nicely, of the Columbia
stows aa part of th* annual fair pitted thereBeaufort Club to advance th* road bond dent of Public Instruction Henry County '-II Club was winner In
In fact even this year I think th* streHed th* comparaAW ,procram.. Folsom gave th invocation. the rooming; and showing' eon
livestock part of th* show out euros Humphries chairman or test.
show the exhibit In th* Con Cafeteria And Chic Center I the Board of County CommiMton Awards Al lUn..nel
aeum and this U not bad for many era Introduced Commissioner Awards for the show, presentedlast
bf'Ue"lie future of this county I*.. nroictTiov. race U night (Wednesday and st
to closely tied to even further: development I the Chamber of Commerce baa
and proem In th* r quit and annual meeting. Includ
production and marketing otHve.neurr. Voters To Decide t ed trophIes to th* f rand and r**
stock. serve champion winners by UMBuwanne
Yore people.. Uw On County Chamber of
show here Ut night than have Eliminating Com mere*.
attended such affairs In th* part Plaques were presented to UM
and many ..JII'MIfCI urprtw at School TrusteesThe above I* the U., MMm nlly iblbll by the WclltoraHa FFA and '.11 record book winners
Improvement we are .... .... from the rant H.Uonalllank. Bid
ere obvious 1.1. ** tlab feaUrlnf prvdael and pr"rei* *f
mating In cattle, particularly In Suwannee Cuonty ........ C..nlf. IIIewMeral Staff rtae..10,516 Allen won the FFA tecord book
the beef jrada Hoard of Public Instruction .contest and Klah Kubanka won In
the '.11 dlvUlon.tladki \ .
voted Saturday to place on

item Chancing lo betters led youth U provtnt ahow to from be the ballot of the trustee and/ Voters Qualified the first Station and second WISER place presented.......

popular and In the lone run win I mllUgt election/ In Decembera Mrs In Ih* PTA issuing eonleet
add eonakterably to the economy referendum to How the II4'or I Kleolion November 2 plague while IluFr*.* Depart
of the county. voters of Suwannee Countyto mini Store presented th* first
abolish the county' school pla plaque In th* '.11 division\
Tom Fletcher" and I alneerelyKPpreciAU rr..w_.u =. =.. .5,+,....-.cr trustee position Suwannee County will have 891A voter qualified to of the Jitdslng conteat.
the tnehiatan of part Th action cam after a recommendation cast ballots In the special election called for November 2 L. M Crews Change provided
of our name In the official name Congressman Bennett Will Speak from saw Board o' to give elector of florid an opportunity to approve orrtJ.tt Its sewifid' place winner. In the I
for the bundled and Commladnn* Trustee that voters be offered a five amendment to the state constitution, 4-11 division Judging; contest a
per of Afrtcuitur Doyle Conner New Building At Advent Christian ,thane to ellmlnal their. three There are 8348 Democrat registered In this county, plaque.
his appreciation ". ____ __ __ __. ., (mmaiUIr KihlMU
abo ipreMed man body from county f vernment who with Hi R pblkare and -
The ConFlrtWorth name I* a according to Hupertnten 11 Independents oaks up Ih Ito differential la nearly time Winner\ In OK Community
toncu twlaler but to M for whom Home To Be Dedicated Sunday dent cf BehooU Henry FoUomFolaom total of UK to one In this county with 1031 Agricultural and Oardenine: Ea
the word w.* coined bee a special Mid that many count!** The division between mal and whit totems a* *ompar d to I4TI hiblls Judged Monday were an* I
UJ3. Rep Charlea H Dennett of Jacksonville will be In th state h4 already toted to femabt la close with th women colored mod on Indian flounced by Fred P.Vane. chair I
It wan back In IM that I be the featured speaker at the dedication of the new cafe eliminate th* office of ached alifhtly ahead with 4171 ..-n. Th division Into th* various
gsa my wart with the fair aasod tens and civic center at the Advent Christian Home In IriMte., which I* an unpaid poal pared with the 4741 men on the categories by precincts I t. ss fol manWtlibnrn/" won first plac In the ;
ation and was the first ecrrtary* Dow ling Park Sunday Uon that In many cases hiss. dup,i Hat. krwsi : Community Club tiMbie with I
treasurer of th* croup. In fact. Pomeroy Carter superintendent of the home, aiM bate duties to. th* school board.Th I the them ")lal'.Wsy To TheMoat"
._ .
__ -. Into Ceders i t -..!I. In held Ttts- 1II pine\ drove took second
--- -- -- -- said this week thai a eomblned election wW be II
1141 ended thla asstcnsMnt fir'I chorus *f seven Advent Christian ,day after th* first Mondar In De pUc and McAtpm wa third i
thfrooix I Form Bureau ..lrrfnrPuttpanetl / I Churthev win be featored at t.Mpa ... Vtm:.". r... II'Circus In the education hlbits
Tom Fletcher X>ined our boardof OneT'eek/ .. dwecud by art Ruby Ueto ., i ifOTAttl I I11 I I 1 ] from Hum* ItomorutraUun Clubs.U .
director durtnc th* early day \ A chlcaen dinner will be served >*r* .vr* ft/ur .h.. ribbon win
rt* and 1 Mrs now It was some I I. L M-4.r. priiK.al a* UMrwaa al I ,a. Carter said preparedby I ParadtO'IScheclulcd ners: New Harmony, Otis ptac;
vfcer, around' IOT or 1>M and *. (fta&, Famr ... Lloyd Mote. Th public M m FhtladelphU. second: Wtlibnrn.
bit eontrfevtion *lnc. that time .... a.a immimmtft .... w riled to th* dedication third, and Pleasant Hill fourth.
Before( I U2 350 411 2.14 1y1 211 4 111
.. ...... .1' I "
first as Fa meeting ) .
has been. outstanding. monthly Th new b Uldln which ... KIMCM McCall O mien won
2 121 144 M103 1044 JQ I lot'I
president and more 1ft"D&be m4w ...kN IThue...der) .... eludes a main ding room lop honor In Ih Individual tohero
m 411 1 tl1 I 0 UII
3 I"
fateteneral manaterptoM lent ........ maw ar.t kitchen ran....... barber and I Shriners' Slum' sihlbll.
4 112 III .11 4.2 I US I. 2 Sled
..... .... Ie ho
n. r lM d beauty shop library, ofRce*. and finde.. member .. the
to $40I
I 401 U2 In N1 I 2
AJrMdJ .are bent 4*- C.wa4y Fair thin ...*. group activity ....-. was donated I An "old-fashioned rlrttis p.- 1M UI 21. M IJ. 0 la' lucky CUiver 4-H Club In PhUad.Ipbia .
1WI4.... ......* to la bi* .ear-.cur.I sideearyl. 1 hd Ih* stand
to champion
CWM-4 by anonymoua 1t9Wa. ,.. will pr*-l. tile Oun'nt: *f 1 III In.'' "no J 0 m
teat year's event and the faculties afl Farm 9un m mttmtont I! Rev, John A. Csrslle. preOVr4 the ?bale, Hut Mudent Ctrcu I N M U' I 121 I 1 134II eon eshiMt In th* combined 4-11
dedicated Tuesday nlcht willmake attend tW Fair late ww*. aNt PTA fticjiprtnionTh .
of the board of director of her Bslordsy, Ort M. ann/Msn ted UI IM.t II 1M. 1 2$1It
such sAHuon peembl.. tile Horn*. wd weloui the aaaembry Randolph W Mil this .eekTh III M JOt 1 21M I 0 :JIM Lenwa 1.11 Club won the
KrronI Set At Alas on saw program are circus and pa/ad ar* beta! II M n n 1M IN I' 1 ni'IJ filet place. blue ribbon In th*
Thi week I have en several" I Own Harmony, chairman *f the pamnrtd by tile use Oak M finer n. m tie 11 U1 It 1 111 Communllr 4-M Club booth com
rod around this city Frrtlrr Tiff; Saw petition. while M and
(crasloM IfcMM nttam advlaonr board. Dr. *.
II M M III II 1M. S 131It
and seen UM buOdtrm acttvnyrotnc I Aa aa..... ttfcb price of DIM Robot U Fetenon. vw. prtdenlf Featured In th* parade will b* III II... /t 1M. 1 I00 BrsAfued alM won blue ribbon
on and also haw been told J, per Bwndred-wetcM **. recordedat Ih* board and Congressman scooter and minis tore car ram II IN In I" J. 202 1 I 201I' <... "AIR "1";<11I1". FM lItulUogt >
consttwttw bring Paned Ih* feeder pig Ml held Friday
of some IVnriett. fthrtn TempU In Uk City and '
1'1" Ill II IN I I I"
the near future. ., the loam we Tafley Llvectock I M A. Carter bueineM
for maaaterf OaAMVffi. Ual Mid. and loco
It 14 1t 1'4 1 1M I I 114 i iII
floe homes are Market, aonrtfnt to PHI a.... the Horn win
That so many after the auto dlra has agreed U "nlfth In IU Jet 41 m. 1 174Ii
ndef conslfwctlan today m vart ....., .sake dedicatory prayer new IM4 model for a mobile I I'unnnui City Next
... party ot uw city' Italians mm Hems en Ml head came to The Advent ChrMlan Hone.whicfe .... ahwwTIM 4J II 14 : 1t. 1 N I IJt TM fawasiiM* hick .........
Is soOd and Bkety to ew tiers U with M42S total la hauled en a Illageone HrNMlMd wkM
growth BUWMUMW< M'fln "M III 1 UI. I 111 .MM> mod SUM* .,
hone to the years ahe... pound Weight per bead averM*1 m the Bean.<* River, rare .. win toed Ih* parade, tM II IU au PI U WI I 1 11'n lw. ... sad sans Inc. will
I .an*** each trip a* a eve ed MM p..... with *-t per tar both children and old forks the Shb cure MountKl Fw."t and ..... r... ..,
: M" I" 111M I 1 1MD Fii.w.Cli
cor for thai e>prsat.d fe8alte <. brad at SI Ot, ,?. '_, I cV.wi ka OM arfy pan af Ih* nuns Chttfte. fart tunrttFalr In at In I 1M I I ...... .. Fridy.
The mid aJ wS b* Kavevabtr.CrtweaaM. .....,. 0e Han WM at Cm Mo.m1e4 l are fa U- Bfl*. INS 0... ..... l I p tae
TI L'R3Na.> Face I> I.. n ........... '''' C1RC* rye I) 414 4HI 7t>7 141* IM III 11 M" n Ay.na.": :: Fag* Lilt. j jP





II Pastor's Corner I --

I I EDITORIALVote It Happened In

By Rev Florida

--m d. C. A. Webb I Suwannee County,

For Amendment Four FIne Pastor Baptist, 1915-1940-1955

The Democrat joins Suwannee Coun- lanes will be built in Suwannee County as

ty's Board of County Commissioners and a result of the program. Suwannee Countywill Church

the Live Oak City Council this week in en- benefit, however, by the release of primary 1
The File.
dorsing the $300-mijlion road bond amend- road monies which would otherwisebe Taken From Of

ment to be voted on in the November 2 election spent in this district on top priority con- TILE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT _

We join more than 300 leading news- struction covered in the bond program. I AN UNCHANGING GOD

papers, chamber of commerces, civic and Road Board Member Beaufort said here Someone is dying right now. I ,
that the contract Interstate-10 da and It !In said have given en- the Suwannee Hotel Tuesday
safety organizatons, city and county gov- Monday on And before I finish the second 1915
Florida which have construction to U. S. 90 west of hereis tire satlsfacton, beng as firm as night for discussion to back t
ernments throughout entente, someone else will have
with drive for the
thronged Community
The streets were asphalt but with more "give" Chest
endorsed the measure. expected to be let in December 1966. lie died. At the same time three babies hundreds of people to welcomethe
confidence that U.S. 129 wouldbe will have been born into the world.
when they Robert T.
The program, which calls for fourlaning Dixie Highwaymen Mae Hardee. Demsy and Hall Angel deputy sheriffof
of 1,241 miles of primary roadsin four-laned, with curb and gutter, northto with every tick of the clock thereIs arrived In Live Oa kyesterday afternoon Hlnto Ooff. and Birdie Lanier Suwannee County, was Inform.ed .
Florida has stirred rash of criticism the MO intersection soon thereafter.This a regular change-over in the : and the tourists were given were assigned to teach at Ross- Wednesday by W. F. Reid dl.|
a for- would be a boon to Live Oak, and population of the world. Borne a rousing welcome to the city. burg School by the school board. rector of the State Highway patrol .
none of which has diminished the need would be closer to reality with the passageof faces are fading away new ones I Capt. W. J. Hillman, Florida Dixie I that he has been appointedan

highway improvements that the four-Ian- the bond issue. The program does call are appearing. Everywhere about Highway Commissioner, and H. All persons who Intend to exhibit officer in the patrol.
behold the evidence of
ing program seeks to provide.Florida's for the four-laning of U.S. 19 from Chief- us we and decay in broken W Taylor went to Tauuahassee at the County Fair should
primary roads placed on the change Tuesday to join the officials and have his exhibit ready on time Members of the State Road De.
land to the St. Petersburg area, and with homes, broken promises, changed
critical list have increased from 40 per cent returned with them. The group and bring it in not later than the partment met In Tallahassee
the completion of 1-10, this would divert lives changed Jobs changed living -
five fact were guests of the Chamber of day before the fair opens. Tuesday to award bids for the
to 43 percent in the years, a more tourist traffic through Suwannee places, changed standards of Commerce at a luncheon at the U. Howard Street-Ohio Avenue
which indicates that present state revenues living changed methods and -
County. Suwannee Hotel last night where and resurfacing project,
cannot finance adequate road improve The fact cannot be ignored that faster- changing styles of clothing. In the Col. C. A. Hardee Introducedthem. 19.W Informad City Attorney O. Warren
hazard. midst of all this change in our
forstall increasing traffic
ment to
growing areas of the state Brevard's Sanchez that the work win
of fatal accidents occur on earthly lives, how wonerful it Is Democratic rallies will be held
Three out four within
County missile center and tourist begin one week to 10 day
areas to know that we do have "AN UNCHANGING -
this county
at four places
two-lane highways in Florida, and 62 per around Miami and the West Coast have The sheriff's office was tele- of the contract award
GOD. I direct your starting Friday, tonight at Bran- .
cent of all highway accidents are on phoned from Dowllng Park Sun-
per bumper to bumper traffic both on twolaneand I attention to this Word from Ood ford. Speakings will be held next
two-lane roads. These figures are significant day night that Negroes there were
four-lane highways. in Malachi 3:8: "I am the Lord. I week at Wellborn Tuesday night, 1955
: Florida's highway death toll is now Charges that the bond program is unsound change not"In being beaten up by local men. Falmouth Friday night and In

running at 1,600 killed each year. Since fiscally have been efficiently re- observing all of the changes Two Dowllng Park men were arrested Live Oak on Saturday afternoon Drew V. Land prominent dealer
by Sheriff W. Lyle and
1960 the number of out-of-state vehicleson futed. Doing the job now will save mil- In the lives of people all over fined for assault and battery according to O. L. Dorman chair- of Suwannee County, died in a
Florida highways has doubled from lions on right-of-way and constructioncosts. the earth, we very often tend to man of the County Democratic' Jacksonville hospital Hondo

three million to six million (not counting forget that there is one feature Mr. Donalson Committee. morning following a heart attack
about man which never changes of Birmingham He had entered the hospital for
three million resident vehicles.) But the main is that Florida to expected here In the future
point is near -
This Is his tendency toward evil Miss Scott Turnbull director of other treatment and had sufferedan
The pay-as-you-go philosophy is, to our behind in highway construction ; available his sinful nature. Today some be- to build a demonstration the third district welfare board ulcerated stomach for some

thinking, a good one, but this is an emer- primary funds cannot provide adequate I lieve that man Isn't really bad, he stretch of Roc-mac road consisting said that 13 Suwannee County time. Funeral services were held

gency situation. Florida must borrow mon- highways for the state's increasing traffic. just needs the proper environmentand of 1.300 square yards at the boys were among the 135 aentt to at the First Baptist Church Wed.
finance its road construction needs.It kind of educationand south end of Ohio Avenue. This nesday afternoon.
ey to Vote for Amendment Four on Novem- the right Civilian Conservation Corps

is true that none of the new four- ber 2. he sees for himself that it is material lime rock to the made sand from Is sand and I camps by the boar ddurlng the
: melted and
good common sense to be decent filling of three quotas between Joe CUndiff Jr. swept the tat
and clean and honest and pure reduced to liquid form and to October 1 and IS The majorityof barrow show honors Wednesdayby

and generous and thoughtful. chemically treated. This to mixed the enrollees were sent out ol exhibiting the grand champion

OiftekAbout However, take a look at the re- with the crushed lime rock and Is state to camps In California and barrow in an 184-pound Berkshireat
rolled The
roads have been
cord. Just as soon as you remove built Oregon The signing of the boys the Suwannee County Fair
extensively In England and Cana-
the barriers of law and order, means the return of %21 per

And man become a beast, capable of! month to each of their families One of the major steps In getting
$ the most unspeakable crimes and I years the changing: scenes, the which are located here. a Recreation Center for Su
aq violences. The standards of be- changing conditions: of life, we wannee County was taken last

That havior in polite society don't apply can have comfort In the know President Louie C. Wadsworth Saturday when the Board of

during battle or riot or insur- ledge that we can go from day to announced that there would be a County Commissioners named a
rection. Pillaging bloodshed and day and year to year with "AN meeting of the Suwannee County Board of Control for the project

Untapped ResourcesNow Revelation O/ The Enemy the foulest of behavior are often UNCHANGING GOD Junior Chamber of Commrece at Spearheaded by the Junior Wom

that many of the mysteries of the uni- The Communists have Injected a new elementof considered normal. If this is true, I I an's Club work towards getting a

verse are closer to solution through the apace pro- horror into war In South Viet Nam the exe- and It surely is, we have our proof A TRICKY JUGGLER recreational program and center

gram a comparable challenge for knowledge cution of captured American soldiers in reprisal that every human being has with- \ \\111.\ here has been In the planning
in himself the potentialities for stage for several months now
facea us In the depths of the ocean. of the execution of Vietnamese.
committing every sin in the whole Appointed to serve for staggered
The combined government and private pro- However much Americans may disapprove of catalog of wrongdoing. Man has terms were Ed Butler Wym.nlIanard.

grams In oceanography total over lye billion dollars the severity of South Vietnamese law, which decrees never changed In this respect nor C7O.: Palmer Mrs W Z

per year, a financial outlay one-third as large as the death penalty for merely voicing opposition I has he shown any Improvement.But McLeod. and lira. T. J. Kennon.

the United States apace program and growing at a to the government, there can be no justification what's more important to I

more rapid rate. for this wanton disregard the second you and me to the fact that God Loran Terry Branford farmer
Both the Industry and Department of Defense since July for the human tights of prisoners If hasn't changed either. He still 0' eyF has been elected president of the

programs seek support. A prime example of the war under long-accepted International law hates sin with every vestige of Suwannee County Farm Bureauto
need by all concerned In, the field to the explora- More than emotion He can call forth out of succeed Sid Allen Jr. The election -
anything that has gone before, It
tion of the oceans for mapping as well as the development brings home Ills outraged Being. He's not going of Terry was by the recently
the true nature of the Americans
enemy named board of director
of reources. to forget that He punished Hi
are facing In that
beleaguered land.If and for the
We the legislative recommendation of Son fully completely
approve the Communists hope to demoralize American Three young boys, all Juveniles
: things which you and I and everyone -
Rep. Paul O. Rogers D., Fla.) for the estlbllah-
soldiers by this tactic, they are as mistaken else did. So, when we commit have been arrested and placed on
ment of a National Commission on Oceanography. as the Nazis who practiced reprisal murder against Iin today, when we go along with probation for two years, arttrcontl'Mlnr
It would authorize the President to appoint a com-
to stealing 71 pounds
civilian the liberal minded crowd to en-
populations In World War n. The unfortunate -
mission to investigate the current status of the U. ,pZVEa.ptORE. of pecan
so-called immor.alitles
men who died would be the first to plead for gage In "slight"
S. In the field of oceanography and recommend a let fool ourselvesInto
us never
no slackening In the
future course of actions best geared to our national fighting that at last seems to thinking that God nod Ills Singers from all over the

needs and development programs. be going against the guerrillas.If head In amusement at that sort of Southeast will converge on tare

The commission would be composed of five the Communists hope to divide the American things; He doesn't. He said, "I am Oak Sunday for the annual

persons from the field of Industry, five from government public, they are doing the one thing that will steel the Lord. I change not." Peo Southeastern Singers Conventionan
and unite all event which annually dras
and five from the universities and labora- Americans behind their government However, there's an eternally

tories participating in oceanographic work_ -Cocoa Tribune bright side to the picture also. I I singers from over. .six: states
Just as God's hatred of sin has
It would be given two years to complete Its assignment -
and submit a report to the President and Fat Chance remained unchanged down thru The English phrase "64/.4thi

Congress It I to hoped that the result will enable Industry Which is worse to smoke and take a chanceon the centuries so has also His I I means full ownership of a boat
live for the helpless sinner remain It
applies equally! to a rowboat or
to proceed independently In those areas
becoming one of the statistics on which medical
unchanged. That's why He devised liner the alas of the Queen Elba
where it to best fitted and to work with scientists
men base their warnings about the hazards of an Ingenious plan for salvation of __ beth.
and government in the attainment of greater smoking, or to stop smoking and risk putting on all mankind. It to based on the

knowledge and achievement in developing the weight and winding up In a different column of principle of one who Is sinless ,

oceans' resources for.mankind.-News Lake Wales statistics? dying for all who are slnnea In

other words, the Son of Clod became
For those for whom this has been a burning
Speaking For Men question literally and figuratively our substitute on the Cross. ,
It's a simple plan but It to one (D01 I PL AY ,
A recent decision by the Equal Employment Opportunities seems to favor the latter alternative. that cannot be altered or changed d

Commission could set off legal ripple Journal of the American Medical Association, the In the slightest manner: becauseIt

far beyond what its members Intended.On According to an article by a doctor In the wan put Into operation by God ORGANiDillUK "d A _

the basis of the 1084 Civil Rights Act. which health risks Involved In obesity are far outweighed who raid, "I am the Lord. I change ,

bans job discrimination because of of sex, as well by the benefits to be derived from stopping amok not."

as race or religion, the commission has ruled that ing So If man wants to be saved, he ?

a company may not discharge a female employee. Another doctor estimates that it would take a has to accept God's plan of salvation r
to admit he
He has that
imply because she gets married. weight gain of 120 pounds to equal the effects on
to powerless to contribute even
Numerous labor contracts have such a provision life span caused by smoking two packs of cigarettes the tiniest fraction of merit on

and many companies have long followed sucha a day. This to many times more than the his own part and that he must depend -

policy. The reasoning Is that In many cases a average weight gain of ex-smokers. upon the acceptance of Jesus

married woman would be competing with a man -Cocoa Tribune as 8.vlour In the simple faith of 3w

who usually has a family to support. Such practices a child.

have now been declared Illegal. Snappy remarks are often senseless utterances Once this Is done, we discovera :

All of which seems fair enough In theory. It number of Important unchanging -
blessings. For one thing, we
does not change the fact however that married
The Suwannec DemocratOF find an unfailing source of
women are not generally responsible for the supportof strength and comfort In times' of

their families or even of themselves. This has LIVE OAK FLORIDA distress and temptation. God has

always been the burden fo the male of the species. said "Him that cometh unto me.

Indeed this legal obligation extends to a* "fit she Leant of the Suiemne Riser K.fley" I will In no wise cast out. Again HERE'S SWEET MUSIC to your ear ? rOil can pay all your monthly

many families as a man may undertake to estab we have God's promise' of unlimited -
llah of BANNER Consolidated LEADER!: grace Unlimited becauseIt bills In a few minutes pay them by check
as tens thousands of men who have been Established: 1S84 August 3. 197 Established ISM embraces all men everywhere. For those who write
divorced and have subsequently remarried well rushed Every TharxUy al Fine a Conner Sinn
Keep In mind that when God few cb.cka. our .pedal' checking
know.This to it should be Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher looks at a man He sees only a eMU only lOc per check

are children as Involved. No father, especially should when be allowedto there T. A. Leonard, Jr. ............................ Editor soul paid to for be by saved the agonising a soul that suffer was used and require no minimum balance. Enjoy a convenient' cbffklnl'account

Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor
duck his parental responsibilities, nro should any log and death of Hto ewe Son:
decent man wish to. Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising' Manager and God doesn't consider: It wasteful now at The Commercial BaDk.f .
George T. (Pete) Wright. ... Shop Foreman
But our 19th century laws place an additional to extend His grace to the

burden on men'- that of supporting their former Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak FloridaSUBSCRIPTION lowliest outcast among men. More,
He to unchanging Ills unbounded
wive., even If those women are childless: even If Buwannee over. I
County |4 00 mercy God probably! almost -
they are working and even If they may be earning RATES Outside Suwannet County Use loses patience with us when I

more than their former husbands.It _ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable In Advance He beholds the same old pattern
would not be surprising If some of these ali- repeated In our lives, but he never I

mony-paying men attempted to explore the possibilities does. If you and I were In God's BANK ,

opened up by the Civil Rights Act one of MEMBER OF place we kould have given up a w

which might well be the legal finding that equal Florida ......AseoeUtloo8OWANNEX long time ago. Just remember UI tCOMMERCIAL
God said "I the Lord and I
e I : am
the and
rights matter of employment wages, now COUNTY change not." Recall that "nothing

guaranteed to women by law also carry with them shall be able to ..parae.II from .
equal responsibilities In the matter of support. Chamber of Conamerec the love of God In Christ "......" -

-Coco* Tribune Thus In spite of the changing I J


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&fee Mrs. William Ja I Engagement Announced

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WOMeN t : : ,, i I H ,' I

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor ; I

Miss!! Allbritton, )Ir. McCiilIers Repeat Wedding : j I

VOHS In Double King; Candlelight CeremonyThe f 1 ti

Westwood Baptist Church was the setting Sat-

urday evening:, October ninth, for the nuptial vows of Miss
Gioria Jean Allbritton and William James McCullers at I

eight o'clock with the Rev. Ewell Johnson officiating at

the double-ring candlelight ceremony'---_ '

The bride la the daughter of I
Mr and Mrs. Jesse M Allbritton six branched silver candelabra
and Mr McCullers the son of Mr. holding white tapers and a floral
and Mrs Alton McCulleri design of red and white carnations ,
and pom pons Interspersedwith
Brass holding
tiny red satin bows and wedding
lighted cathedral taper, three /
bells to further out
large floor baskets of white ilsdl- carry ,
the red and white wedding motif down"I
oil and mums with palms and
was placed In the center back of
emerald foliage accented the I
I the table The white embossed
background for the ceremony.
three-tiered wedding cake which
The focal point was a nine
was crested with a miniature I
branched bras candelabra bear
bride and groom and enhanced'
the lighted cathedral taper
Ing with a red net ruffle at the base Li
In the Baptistery of the church. i
was placed: at one end of the
The couple received the benediction -
table and the crystal punch bowl
on a prie-dleu of white tatln )
which was also encircled with a I
The family pews were marked
red net ruffle at the other end ,
with white satin bell clusters
The bride book table was covered I '
Mrs R. M tier organist
with a white lace cloth overlaid .
played the traditional wedding -..-r ...LJr. .11.... '
with white net The memory l ,
marches and accompanied Mrs. candle was accented with red I Mr. and Mrs. lUbert thlert: .f Jasper anmnmee the engagement .

Dallas Bland who sang "I Lore The book was presided over by Delegates Named For i at their daughter, Nancy, ,. Lees GUI Jr. IOn .( Mr. aMMrs.
You Truly". "O PromlM Me", I
Mrs. Leon McDonald Jr .
Lon GUI 8r. f Uve Oak
"Whither Thou Ooest". and the Junior Hub Meeting
Wedding Prayer". Mrs. Billy Howland cut the I Miss fhlert: graduated from Jasper Illih School In Its and

Miss Sandra dais Allbrltton. cske Serving were Mrs Emory The Live Oak Junior Woman attended North Florida JinUe r.n.... she la presently employed
Mrs. AI McCullers.
sister of the bride was maid of Club met last Thursday night at In the Stale Cmnplrellert Office In Tallahaiwe.Mr. .
Mrs Jimmy Westherly, Mrs
honor and wore a floor length Henry Allbrltton. Mrs. Mack the Garden Center GUI graduated from Kuwannee County Illih feh.*J In

gown of gold brocade .satin the Todd. and Mrs Prances Johnson The presented program "Traffic by Sgt Safety"was Prank. IMI. and attended North florid Janlor (..n.... II. I. presently

Empire waistline was accented Mrs C. O Palmer greeted the Crawford of the Florida HighwayPatrol employed ky. the Florida Ferett Service In Tallahassee.tfhe .
with a flat bow at neckline guests at the door and presented and Chief of Police' Elwood wedding will be announced at a later dale.
skirt enhanced
formal was i
them to the receiving line.
: by a Watteau panel fallIng Both the bride and groom attended Howard made by the I Mr, and Mn Walter Johnson last
to the back: hemlines Her Plan are being I' Mrs Alex McKelthen spent
blusher veil was attached to a Suwannee High School. club for a course In Traffic Safety of Mt Berry, Oa. are spending !I week In Orlando with her slater, I
For her wedding trip to Da, Sat Crawford .
flat satin bow she carried a cascade to be taught by a month her Mrs 1: J McDsnlel
tons Beach Mrs McCullers wore named to attend the --
of red carnationsMrs
two piece black suit with
a awhite
meeting In JasperOctober
Randall Brannan. MUs district three
satin blouse and matching
Eunice Allbrttton. and Mrs. Billy : 20 were Mrs Roy Slemp
accessories.: Her corsage was lifted
Bill Howland. Mrs George
bridesmaid wore floor Mrs.
from her bridal bouquet.They .
length dresses. of red satin brocade Day, and Mrs Al Wilson
will make their home on
hostesses' for
and The hospitality
with scooped necklines the Newbern Road Mr. McCullers'
fitted bodice The controlled bell this month are Mrs Roy Slemp, f
U associated with his father In and
skirts enhanced the beauty of the business Mrs Danny B McCrlmon.:

gowns They wore red satin pill Mrs Prank Lich Jr, Y ,
boxes from which fell the blushervetls. Docile of the club Thursday v -
The attendants carried cascade The first known cotton gin was night were Mrs. Prank Crawford.
designs of pink carnations a roller or ehurka gin used lit Mrs Charles Johnson and Mrs
Tonya Anne Brink was flower India many centuries .'0. P. C Crape III I iw itt

girl and she wore a gown designedlike .
the bridesmaids and carrieda J

Jimmy white lace Toole basket was of ring rose bearer petals Low Cost Loans Available 1

Alton Q McCullers served his FOR riNANCINO ...... lae
son as best man Ushering were HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES

Al McCullers. Emory McCullers, (IT".. VlaUiera. Dryer Metro. It....
Leon McDonald Jr. and Wayne Check on our new Low Interest Rate for : M.a.
The bride was escorted to the Personal Loans For Any Worthwhile Need
altar by her father and given In Monthly Payments To Pit Tour Budget -1L.
marriage for her wedding she _
selected a gown of silk mist taffeta I ALL FINANCING BASED ON GOOD CREDIT RATING *
._ LI L-
and Chantilly lace The fitted Hi'v
I I.a Come In and talk overyou r needs with
floe bodice had a center panel T1IK FRIENDLY FIRST"THE "vi 4
of lace over taffeta scalloped!

neckline rncruntd wtth rdeseent I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
sequins and tiny seed pearls. The
tapered sleeves, of lace. ended at
her wrist In Calla Lily point. The OF LIVE OAK

voluminous skirt, In a redingote' __ _.__ __._ __, I
effect, WM edged n lace with an .,.e.aa..I./1..fl.l S............a.al..5 I I
Inverted panel of lace The back kM

of the gown had an Identical pan.el s.ytnWaler
of lace to the waist at the SPECIAL PRICEON i
front and ended' In a magnificent
chapel train In tiers of bee cascaded
over taffeta lire forward OUR LADIESSWEATERS

crown of Alencon late had a Urge
bow of bridal mist taffeta with a I
cluster of apple blowouts to give
the height effect Pearl peps were
generously entwined among the
apple bloMoms and was encrusted -
with aurora crystal beads and in Electric Heater

tiny seed' pearls on the Ian
leaves, secured' to a finger tip veil
of three tiers of English Illusion
She carried a cascade of able gives precious peace of mind
rosebuds and bly of the valley
centered' with a pure white orchid t

a The mocha mother aQ wool of the eyelet bride embroidervd won. : : ...r.Ilf1R8I'p .MW.. wet..11...._.... C..NRlyl..1t O 1

drew with matching aecessortos -
and a eorsagt of yellow

Crmbldimn erthids. Install it anywhere-.i4 you can forget III type belt ad k adds to the" Joy of
The mother of the bridegroom

ante a beige lace dives and a corsage : : Nerds' DO Attention completely auto modem living.
of pink Cymbtdlum orchids
Mr, and Mrs. Anbntlon enter matic. No open flame, no conaUnt-burnlnf JW eW naltrn JUxiria Water balm at your

tamed with a reception foOowlns cJl pilot Lfht No fum s or odor Doesn't need gllplMne.dsltrplumMngev.l rfric0lCoeUrockv.
the ceremony In the Social Halt
of the church. wgtiU of flue* so there'i DO bed "..t< white ..*.
Jade and
An Electric: Water Heeler (like a flamelee
eta .( flowers were placed at van- Wfat hike mat about my tlxtrk uattrAsaitr

tan points m the ball Electric Range) ie cheaper to buy. and U that U U wry tomp cl, clan
The brfcWs table gas etnUld vU so t&umbnl. IJv en'f nW to **
with a white floor length IWt I : cheeper to use, too, because the average gaud MIl torli nopdot llgM to ft out"

cloth aver a white pace eWh. The price per residential kilowatt hour U actually

31% cfuaptr than just 10 yean ago!

Before Ton Buy -Why Hot Try ALL WOOL CARDIGANS It'e cheaper than ever to go ALL electrlathan M/W Aced nptrfmet with flam tyf*/ulaW .
MORRELL SAVAGE I Could Aevrr sto/w/ tA* odor MIl txcn
2 54u. 3-40 to use It In combination with .amer awl Arso/ Wu\ atbetric nngt (also

ItTWOOO PAXCLDSO tUttrie malfr Asoisr. dotti Jnrt tU.) Ian

IIZDDIODOORS call ate a .
Values To $8.00

BAm TUJfMaAOR8'severe eh-i i.kat.... ,-

SiseaBATir Il art!
TCBfl Now $5.88

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I Funeral NoticesR. I Top 4>H Exhibit Jean Meadows Resigns To Accept Monticllo PostMiss I

County Commissioner seating for about 12 people
Jean Meadows assistant dissenting vote from to w
home demonstration agent for Bill Bonds. erected. on the court house lawn

E. Irs. M. UPTi Suwannee County, submitted her County Engineer Matt Cross They also adopted a resolution
TurlingtonFuneral Stephenson resignation to the Board of County presented the board with a to begin purchase of the proper

services were held Funeral services were held Sat- Commissioners Saturday to accept manual of the Suwannee County and buildings at the swine "cvaiu

Tuesday for Robert Edwin Tur urday for Mrs. Mildred M. Steph- a position at Monticello In Airport. S. E Montgomery Jr. atlon center for the count
Jefferson County as home demonstration was allowed hangar space at the A water cooler for the new \in.<
lington of Ft. Pierce, who died enson of Branford at the Mt ,
Sunday after a lengthy Illness.: He Paron Church. She died last agent there. The resignation airport for rental of $50 per year. stock building near the Agnm,',

was the husband of Mrs Lulu Wednesday at the J. Hillis Miller I effective November 30, was The commissioners voted to advertise tural Coliseum was purch*.Q:!
Turlington of Live Oak, and a Medical Center in Gainesville accepted. for bids for a sheltered from Frier Music Compam' ::0'

Baptist minister who had served Rev. Roscoe Hurst officiated at Assistant County Agent J. Fred "gazebo", a circular shelter withSAM'S $16895O .

21 years with the State Department the service and burial was In the DeVane and Home Demonstration
of Agriculture Maypop Cemetery Agent Miss Ida Jo Harrison appeared -

The funeral was In the chapelof Survivors Include her husband, at the commissioners'
the Brody C. Harris Funeral Lucius B. Stephenson of Bran- meeting with Miss Meadows to PAINT & BODY SHOP

Home with Rev. Tom Allen offici- ford; one daughter, Miss NancyA. thank the board for Its cooperation -
ating. Burial was In Corinth Tlllls of Branford; two sisters, with extension service personnel (Formerly Joe's Paint & Body Shop)

Cemetery near Lee. Ruth Allen of North Carolina and in Suwannee County,

Other survivors Include five Ruby Bush of Norfolk, Va.; three Also at the meeting, Louie C. COMPLETE BODY REPAIR AND PAINTING
daughters, Mrs. Albert Waters of half-sisters, Vletta Bush of Lake 4te Wadsworth, Suwannee County
Jacksonville Mrs. J. L. Johnsonof Placid Mable Kles of Fayetteville chairman for highway progress,
Tampa, Mrs. J. C. Revels of N. C., and Gladys Kearneyof ? tf.s.i'The asked the commissioners to endorse Marvin AndersonU.S.

New Orleans, La., Mrs. R. H. North Carolina; three brothers Governor Burns' $300-mll-
Chesser of Sebastian and Mrs. Clifton Grant of North Caro- lion road bond program to be voted 90 East At City Limits

Lela Olmstead of Ft. Pierce; lina, and Doc Grant and Julian on In the November 2 election.
Leona 4-H Club exhibit Phone 362-2300
above, took first place in booth
three sons J. J. Turlington of Ft. Orant of Clearwater. The board passed a resolution endorsing
competition among community 4-H clubs (Democrat Photo
Staff ) the with one '
Pierce, R. E. Turlington of Lan- Pallbearers were Walter Buch- program -
tana and Charles Turlington of anan, Claude Severance George

Bradenton; one sister Mrs. Mae Moses, Freddie Moses, Sidney -

Buchanan of Mayo: two brothers, I Adams, and Ralph Adams. For Sale Real Estate
C A Turlington of Mayo and J. James B. Daniels Funeral Homeof e MISCELLANEOUSFARMERS

A. Turlington of Jacksonville; 30 Branford was In charge.
grandchildren and 26 great-. I

grandchildren. NITY MONEY for your farm operations
Pallbearers Included his grand at reasonable cost. Terms HORNE REALTY CORP.
sons, Eugene Waters James Tur to fit your needs. Loans up to
lington, Wayne Waters Rayburn 7 Call North Florida Pro BRANCH OFFICE
Turlington Keith Revels, and duction Credit Assn. S.
Richard Turlington. r BUTLER: BUILDINGS Butlerall Ave.. Live Oak. Tel. 362-2588.
Brody C. Harris Funeral Home LITTLE ADS and kitchen help. If metal panel frame buildingsand e Associate

was In charge. ? apply In person, sheds Call T. E. McCall,
BIG RESULTS In, US 129, Jasper 933-4203, Branford, Fla. Phone 362-1688

Mrs.\ Carrie C. hut pdJJ) 19-2 ANY TYPE
BUT-SELL--EXCHANGE 3-Bedroom Frame Home
WANTED Waitresses USED CLOTHING-Army pants, :MEMORIALWORK Good Size Lot
Funeral services were held Sat Whatever the purpose, you will Dixie Grill. coats, jackets. Complete line of
House In Good Condition
urday at the Brody C. Harris aA.J find Democrat classifieds do men's, women's, and children Garage
Funeral Home Chapel for Mrs. the Job, quickly and well SERVICE ROUTE AND clothes Come In. browse around v
Carrie Collins Httt of Tallahassee Live Oak area $90 Sale on all summer clothes DONE $5.500.

who died last Thursday In minimum salary to Phone 363-2135, FRM FEED
Tallahassee after a lengthy Ill DEADLINE FOR INSERTION fy for ralM In 3 STORE. pdjj 20-3 Granite Marble, Bronze Very Nice 3-Bedroom Home

ness. She was a member of the 5:09: P.M. Tuesdays year residence, age 21 Phone 362-3333 1H Baths
St. Luke's Episcopal Church. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS Write p, O. Box S69, FOR SALE Hurricane lily (Ly. LIVE OAKMONUMENT Cement Block Construction

Rev. Ray White officiated at TI. 'H cents per word, with a vllle, Fla. Give brief cods), yellow, white, pink, pur- 4 Lots
ple: Watsonlas. gladiolus Iris, CO. 119.000 Some Terms
the service and burial was In the minimum of $1.00. history and 3-year
Live Oak Cemetery. All classified must be paid In history daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, Homer Sanford, Rep.
advance) anemone, ranunculu amaryllls. 260 Acres
Survivors two sons, V
WANTED Route Bed mix for planting bulbs About Ha Acres Tob. Allotment
L. Hilt of Live Oak and D. R. ONE WEEK FREE
Guaranteed salary Use Hardlgreen to harden Corn Base
Hltt of Tallahassee; one sister, REV J. A PARKER JR. Classifieds ordered for five SEWING MACHINE CENTER"/
Bakeries Co. For shrubs for winter. FRM FEED H Mile Road FrontageOld
Mrs. T W. Turner of Aiken, S. C. DON FUSS CALL US
; I weeks, run the last week free -
melon contact A. 0. STORE. Phone 363-3155. Dwelling In Fair Condition
one brother, C. H. Collins of San- $t.OO will for a ZS word SINGERand
McAlpin Church 720 East Duval. pejd 20.24 About 230 Acres Cleared
dersvllle, Ga.; and four grand- weeks
advertisement for five all other makes rebuilt here Terms-29(, Down, Prlc<-$33.500
children. Use Suwannee Democrat Classifieds CURB HOP and lady FOR SALE Fuel oil circulating
New and Used MachinesNeedle tt
Pallbearers were E. M. Hayward Marks 60 Years for Proven Result fountain wanted. heater, stand, and tank good Oil
Hoyt Cannon, Leroy McDaniels average pay. Apply In condition, 325. Telephone 362
724 Brown St.. Lire Oak Fla
LouIe Bozeman, Tom Rev. Julius A. Parker Jr., pas A & W Drive In. 2239. cajj 33-33
Abercromble. and Jack Kemp. tor of the First Advent Christian FOR RENTFOR Phone 362-2744 TRAILER OWNERS

Brody C. Harris Funeral Home Church of Lake City, Is the evan HELP: WANTED Mrs. C. G. Travis Manager LOTS FOR BALE
was in charge. gelist for services at the McAlpin RENT 2-bedroom unfurnished Gulf Station. Apply In FOR SALE cbejt OOOD TRM8. Priced ISSJ

Church beginning Monday night house at 202 West ) SINGER ZIG ZAO OUTSIDE!: CITY (but clone Ini

Air Force 'Now The services, beginning at 7:30: Duval Street. Call 3633048.no LADIES boost your NOW OPEN Mrs. Bee's Nursery PAUL A. BYRD Realtor
pro., will continue through Sun- tf Luster Cosmetics. Call SEWING MACHINE and Play School. Children 40< a Ohio Ave

Takes Ex-Servicemen day, October 31. The church will 2-bedroom Oourtoy, 792-5451 or CABINET MODEL !kept daily, weekly, or over Lire Oak Florida
FOR RENT unfurnished
The U. S. Air Force Is accept- celebrate the 60th year of its 394 Jasper Fla. ) night. Balanced meals, supervised Phone 363-1389
house BR ,
ing ex-servicemen from all bran- founding this Sunday with homecoming on Late model. Must place In area to play, shady fenced play rtf
ches of the military for active and a picnic dinner following 8 miles northeast of Live Oak responsible party Makes buttonholes yard. References Call Jorgen

duty, according to the local Air the morning servce. The Write: Owner, 1631 Clemson blind hems and fancy stitches Brorsen. phjj 14-21
Force recruiter, who is at the regular fifth Sunday rally of Road, Jacksonville, Fla. or e FOR SALE without attachments Mull
post offflce Monday mornings. North-Central District Advent phone Jacksonville, 398-3030. see to appreciate Guarantee remaining VISIT ANNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP,

Cochran said that In many ChrIstian_ __ Churches will__ h* .held caJJ tf FOR BALE New and $58." cash or terms Operator Annie .'1. Mills WHY PAY RENT?
mn n no -- ----
cases, ex-servicemen can enter at 2 OFFICE!: SPACES FOR RENT- pianos Frier Musk Co. Write Credit Mgr P. o. Box 381 Mary Drew Bottrlght, Myrtle
the base of their choice and at 1 also.The McAlpin Church was Suitable for a service business Ohio Ave. Lift Oak. Gainesville, Fla. 0 33-33 Mills, Elaine Webb, and Manicurist. LET BOB WOLFE!: DESION

their highest former rank. founded about 1900, meeting In a Apply Hollerbach's Corner, --. Ruby Sanford. caJJ tI, AND BUILD A HOME TO

school house which later burned. Branford Road, Live Oak. FOR BALE: Poulan and FOR SALE 3 black mlnlatun HALL'S ELECTRIC MOTOR SUIT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS'

Soon after, Elder O. E. Green and pdJJ 31-25 chain saws, parts and poodles males, six weeks old. SHOP past and efficient ser AND FINANCES.
frank Howard donated land and hooks ARC registered, 375 each Call vice. Complete motor rewinding
Logging supplies, ,
Jlfa9araCYCLO.MA..AGC lumber for dedicated FOR RENT A furnished room 363-1943.
a frame church, ccjj 31-21 and electrical
bars apparatus
bows and chains ser
In 1905 or a furnished place to batch, Bob Wolfe ContractorPhone
for most small vice. Formerly Hall's Fix-It
gasoline SINGER ,
15 week 118 West Second electric sewing machineIn
Golden Jubilee celebration 23 Tyr,', Saw & Engine cr.dl'I. console cabinet like Shop, located 1 block back or 362-3253
St. paJJ new
marked the of
building the
Increases circulation present formerly Electric Sews forward and reverse All Landen Tractor Co, Mayo LIVE FLA.
where applied modern brick church house FOR RENT 2-bedroom unfurnished 909 6th St. Your small attachments for making buttonholes Road. Phone 362-3979. Bunnie OAK

Helps relieve everyday several years ago. house. Phone 363- headquarters slg-istgtng and fancy BAIL pdtf 19-23 cbj) a
tension, fatigue The pastor Is Rev. Gordon O.
1240. pall 23 stitch
Helps relieve minor Reed FOR BALK: All sizes designs Fully guaranteed NOW OPEN Mack's Grill at
arthritis, rheumatismwhen pain paulllns. guaranteed not Can be seen In your area EllavtlH.: near Suwannre Rim

they occur. MFO Meeting Set e Business Opportunity Otto Brown Motors. Make right monthly payments State Park. Specialising In select FOR BALE
of $491 or will discount
for seafoods
and 8uwanne
Encourages restful .1 Two-bedroom home and 3.4 acres
drugleu deep For Next Tuesday FOR SALE 100. 670. or cash Write: Credit Manager, River catfish. ALso offering of land. 4H ml. from Live Oak on

FOR The public Is Invited to a meetIng 15 new white wall 122 8. Clearwater Road. Largo steak and chicken dinners. Op. Highway 81. Ideal for small family
DEMONSTRATION INFORMATION OR A of the National Farmers Organization premium or first line. Florid pgbh 23.36MISCEL11NEOUg en at I:00 pro. every day except that wanU country Bving

CALL (NFO) next Tuesdayat LADIIS 4-ply. Some slightly Monday. Close at 1200. Priced to sell with easy tern

Marcus the Suwannee High School DRISS SHOP i nUll plus state tax pejd 19-23 Ready for occupancy.
tax Included. No
Vaught Auditorium, according to Olyn AVAIUILI HHI
104 East Howard St. Johnson, NFO organization direc low INVtSTMINf needed. Barber's An types ofnwn' CANT RISEr, Two-bedrooaj: CBS home In corf
Live Oak. Florid yea nxruRis ONLY tlon, O'Brien 935-3333. ., women's, and children's NERVES neighborhood
JITTERY? large lot a real buy
Phones S82-JZ5J tor.The meeting will begin at 7:30 u roe few h .h* _Maw as long as supply lasts. clothing. Mrs. Eula Spell 403 N. WEED with
: _.. weMr M ciaeN. Shelby Axe TRANQUILIZING Tiny, good terms Ready for oe
pm. .M W UMIM.M ......... pbjj 33-33 Yellow DORUA-RE8T Capsules cupancy

weC.Ma-.Ma N.Mww4bail. FOR SALE Horses and do Ironing In my home. 709 tan help you sleep better

Ii -.1.--... ewa.r M e.a_Mw At Stud: Montego's Red W. 2nd St. pbjj 33-33 Keeps you relaxed Free from Three-bedroom home. I Si balTJ
-l. NM ... '- bwr Per, Reg. Appaloosa tension. Millions have been sold Good location Small' down pwment
\ Christmas Special I ......... h. ...- ....., 1627 Bay with white : certified meat type 25 cap*, 98 cents. Available at monthly payment of $.. >.
cw.ew boar
loin and hips: Sire Ready Collins for 383-3140.service CDTommys lire: OIK DRVO ('0. per month. Lot 7J119J'.

,. Call Collect 378-SOI3 Bevln A211A P-33.154. p"2125
A11NjPortrait Dee II: Dam: Pavo F-$ celj 31-35 Three-bedroom borne brick, .e:

Write) Lulu Fee 83500 plus $ Weekly. room and board. Call 363 baths, hardwood floors. farpur
week board. T. E. 1- 331 1. and tarao. Good location. Prlrnl
pal 23
L Mr, Jame Roeemon
phone 778-1433. pfgb NEEDS A sell. 11.000 down. PEA HNANCINO.

GUnecvllks Florid FOR SALE A used set of CAR WASHONE Good location Contact E W.

0 31-23 Book Encyclopedia. Year Collier phone Kl-ttis_. L_!'_.. Call Today. 343-13M

to bring encyclopedia FRANCHISE *>- eajj U PAUL A. BYRD Realtor,
INS Included. Can be 404 8. Ohio Ave.
Two men between 25 and 80 with AVAILABLEThe DOZER Light land and und.T
ed on monthly Live Oak. "..
good and capital brush cleared.
cars some Roy Crosby. Lake City LoU cleared and cJ
wanted by million dollar com 35c Car Wash business, Is leveled. Phone M3-3M1.
97cPlus 753-0468. to see books.
'for pang to go Into business In Su gain Cbhh booming This Is not a new PdJJ 19-33
wannee and Hamilton Counties. TAD", but a solid proven In- FOR BALE 1 14-room hour *

Farming, ranching, and business FOR SALE One used vestment offering franchised baths, fully equipped with ion ...
50c Camera Charge experience helpful. Specla. tor In good condition. owners a minimum management corner of Conner and 8Iw'

WILL KB MADE ATGILMORE'S Used training will be given to 1351 PCjj high profit opportunitywith .by BU.! Can 30-3373. cal) "'
.qualified men. Write for con a secure future.' If you e For Sal -Real Estate
fidential Information to P. O FOR SALE ).I--y. are eager to enjoy a prosper -- -
DEPT. STORE Box 1311, Tallahassee Fla. model 81 corn picker $ ous future' In your own buU
32301. cbjd 33 condition and several ness can or write Immediate FARM TIMBER A FHA LOANS Branch OfficeSUWANNEE

Fri., Oct. 29-10 A.M. to 5 P.M. ed Angus bulls priced ly for personal interview AVAILABLE: RIVER
to $400. Advent Christian For Information: can or see REALTY407Dowttnc

(All Ares Over 2 Months Photographed) e WANTEDWANT Phone 363-9U3. WILLIAM A. MASSEY PAUL A. BYRD : SC

LIMIT- One Special Per Person Two Per Family SPINET PIANO, to & AND ASSO., INC. iO< 8.Realtor Ohio Ave Farm Phone Bureau 343-1324 Bldg.

Groups $2.00 Extra Each Person TO BUT On. ear com good local home Simply P. 0. ,
small Wtll lies IW Tel 111-1211 Uve Oak. Florida WiNITON >. *00511*, B.alU
conveyor, with or without mo- payments.
PHOTOS BY WINTER rAEK. FLORIDA rnoneM3-llt BDotablor tD.- ActtaP
tor. Call 363-3048. 110 U and fully guarantee edJ 29-31 tad Lon
THOMPSON STUDIOFREEFREE details and Inspection e U

WANT TO BUY Trained bird Mgr, North Georgia Pianos.

I dogs Call Uk City 753-2017 1208 WcCall Bird, Rome. Oa. tOME! FOR SALE Three bedroom THREE: BRICK
Sal Aatomothr
or Wellborn 903-3381. pbh33FOR *- family aces Brine space home 1H baths, faarty row
; central hat
edjj 33-33 two baths,
Just brins this and you be BALK Like new. large FOR SALE lHO Chevrolet and carport Smith ptne utility ntra tarn kttcben. fenced

given a 1966 calendar ,with. your Choir director needed by local sip. oil circulating beater. Heats H ton pickup. 4peed. eitra rue near Pine View School Ave. P.... central air eondJUaolnfheating.
baby's picture on it church. Call 363-1101 or 3 31240. up to I rooms. Call 3(3-113. nice t<*3. Can NJ-3W. Can 343-1734 or 343-tm Good location earth
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I WOMENCLARA Junior WomenThe

Live Oak Junior Woman's 0
Club Is welcoming newcomers to
S. WADSWORTH, Society: Editor 4' Live Oak.Mrs .

Danny B. McCrlmon

W wtwoo l VMS WSCS Met MondayFor I chairman of the junior women's J
'Hospitality Hostesses", announced -
Officers InstalledThe Business Meeting= this week that the club ls re.

Rev Ewell Johnson of the Members of the Woman's Society activating a program begun several
westwood Baptist Church Installed of Christian Service of the: years ago to make new families ssf"
the new officers for the Woman PInt Methodist Church met Mon In the Live Oak area feel 'el- r
's Missionary Society of the day at the church beginning at come.
church last Tuesday night when 9:30 ajn Members of circle Four : ((1 First, a letter Is sent to new
the women met for their Royal were hostesses for the coffee hour I 4 } families who come here Mr*. Me.
Service meeting The theme of the prior to the business meeting .. Crlmon said The letter U from
candlelight ceremony was "The which was presided over by Mrs ." < Mayor J. Marvin Phillips encouraging .
Light Of The World". J. Marvin Phillips. WSCS president r the people to enjoy the ,
After the installation servicesthe Y benefits of the Uve Oak area and w
program "Proclaiming Thru Mrs Donald Burch presented I .JJ' to patronise local merchant Uv Oak ..l"ffl'1111110" Sects, Ronnie. Omen Tom Moor. and
The Woman's Missionary Soci the program telling about the .'f' With the letter I* Included gift Homer Ratllff (Ueft-rlfhtt) are displaying some of the Halloween
ety". was given by members and projects for which the sacrificial j- certificates good for items at participating candy which will bo sold here beginning Monday night Money
. two O A. girls.Goodwill offering made during the Call to L1- I .." stores raised from the sale will |o for projects. Including facilities for I
Prayer and Self Denial" (form. Then, the letter U followed up an ouUidtt! basketball' court foe the Recreation' Center. (Democrat
. dub erly called Week of Prayer and ;\ by a visit from several of the Staff PhotolMethodist

Self Denlal). will be used. In the Members of the Janlor Woman's Club committee I. carry out Junior Woman's Club members.
Mel Last WeekThe United States the offering will Member of the hospitality
! visitation and welcoming of newcomers t. the Live Oak area are
Goodwill Club met (last go for a new library for Scarrltt: committee Include Mrs Neal Can. YouthIn I I :
!' Cuim-Illa Circle Met
. hen.rlchl, Mrs. Will Roy Cooky. Mrs Nerl Cannon and Mrs. Danny Mr. Will Cooley, and
non. Roy
Tuesday afternoon in the home of College, located In Nashville
B. MeCrlnon. (Democrat Staff Photo) Mrs Sharon Jones UNICrrUrh': At Canleu CenterThe
Mrs W. W. Hunter with Mrs Term Overseas the project Is I _. _. "
Martha Kellogg leading in prayer medical missions arovnd the -- I Local boys and girls\ will Join Camellia Circle of the Uve

following the devotional. world. Redbud Circle Will Mm. IVniiel lIo'lll''IiI over 3-mlltlon other young Americans Oak Garden Club Ine. met Fridayat
Prizes for the games played October 25 through 29 Is set Here And There !' !' this year when they col. the Oarden Center with MraODonald .
were received by Mrs. Kellogg aside for this program. The Meet At Center Tues* To Church Circle lect coins for the worlds needy Hatch as hostess

and Mrs. Phil Brim. church will be open from 9:00ajn The Redbud Cirri of the Mr. and Mrs John Hampton The Mary Catherine Adams children for the UNICEF program Prior to the business meeting
The time of the club meetings to S:00 p.m. each day foi Live Oak Garden CUb lite. Jr and daughter Circle of the First Baptist refreshments were served.
Sue attendedthe
has been changed from 1:30 In special' prayers Those wishing to will meet T.e.d.y alglit\ Oe homecoming parade and Oa.tor Church met Monday afternoon in The Methodist Youth Fellowship The other circle of the club
the afternoon to 1:30: In the make a sacrificial offering may Uber t(. at the Garden Tenter Orowl in Gainesville Friday the home of Mrs 11 O Penuel, of the First Methodist Joined the Camellia Circle for the
morning place It in the world bank which at ItM with Mrs. Elmer: BrownIng afternoon and evening circle chairman Church of Uve Oak will have program meeting which was on
There were six members and will be available. and Mrs. Tom Cannon as Mr and Mrs Dave McNeil The scripture was given by MM their UNICEF Drive this Sunday Christmas Decorations by Mrs
one visitor present. Quiet day will be observed, BMtfOM. have returned home after Penuel followed with a prayer B to 7 p m. Residents will be askedto Fred Flsnell. assisted by Mrs B. T<
Mrs Kellogg will be hostess onTum. Wednesday October 27 beginningat Mrs. Donald B.rch. program a week at Chimney spendIng given by Mrs. John Cssllrberry donate coins only to the young McDowell
.,. October 26. at I:30 SJn 10:00: a m. During the noon chairman has arranged a demonstration N C. and other points of InterestIn Mrs Ruby DeeM, program people who show proper Identification I I Mrs. Harry J. Boyle and Mrs
hour a sacrificial meal consistingof on Thanksgiving are the Carolina. chairman was aaalated" In giving orange and black collection Otho Scott received the door
Helen Masters' Circle bag lunches brought by members rangvoaents .f fruit. A/3o Thomas Harrtll spent the the program. "My Church Sre. cartons bearing the symbolof prices,
attending, will be held. Circle Co-Chasrmaa. Mrs. Ing And Doing", by Mrs Nell the United Nations Children a o
week end with his
Mel With .Mrs. Perry All members and any Interest Dan llamll. urges all membersto and Mrs Eaford Harrtll parents Mr. Laahle,. Mrs. Castlrberry. Mr Fund a mother and child. I
Mrs John Perry was hostess to ed persons, regardless of denomination allrad.WrllrtIIolton. HarreU Is stationed at McCoy Airman AFO Melvin Wright and Mrs. J. W. U. Cunl Of Thank(
the Helen Masters Circle of the are invited to participateIn U. In Orlando. MaAftenglll.Following. I May I take this method to express .
First Baptist Church Monday afternoon this program. Miss Jane Tumage of Atlanta the closing verse Golf; I*. Proiuottl. my sincere appreciation to

with 11 members present Oa.. and Mrs. Tom Turn ge ol Mrs Penuel served refreshments W N Ooff. son of Mr. and Mrs the many friends for their cards,
Following the regular business A. Lee Mrs Henry Skinner Mrs MarriageMr Jacksonville spent Saturday herewith II L. Ooff of Live Oak, has been letters, flowers, visits and .epecl
meeting the program chairman Perry and Mrs. C. W. Clayton. and Mrs. W O Wells announce Mrs Thomas H. Radford. Mr, Kelly Churrh named" division freight agent of ally for the prayers during myconfinement
Mrs. W M. Jemlgan. was assisted After repeating the watchword the marriage of their
Mrs Watkins Tayloe of Law. Seaboard Railway, He recently to Riverside Hospital
with the program "My Church the circle was served refreshmentsby I daughter Ruby Annette to Due. rencevllls, Va.. spent several days Circle Ho( tew4Th moved to Charlotte, N. C.. from and sine returning home. Your
Seeing And Doing", by Mrs Q the hostess. ward Hal Itolton Jr. son>> of Mr. Alice Oaventa Circle of the be
this week with Mr and Mr. Alfred Relic Qlsde, ".., to assume his thoughtfulness will always remembered
and Mrs D:.I!. Holton of Jasper T. Alrth and Mr, and Mr. Flat Baptist Church met Monday new duties. by me and my family.
I The canaieugni ceremony was Henry Leech. afternoon with Mr..1J.. Kelly Ooff was general ascot for IW.. M. A. Marable Br
performed at the home of Mr U. Fourteen member and one visitor board In Delle Olade for five sincerely
and Mrs Loyd Register of Jasperon were present years. Paid Notice!
September 23 with the Rev E. Carol Diane WINonMr. Mr. M D Reid assisted. by -- --- -. ----------.---
Men-ell officiating. MUs Sharon and Mr*. James H Wilson' Mrs T. P. Landen and Mr* A. R. ,
Sapp was organist. announoe the birth of a dauih.ler. Murphy lave the program "My 1
Th. bride was given In marriage September J7. In the Riverside I Church Seeing And Doing". I Get Your Claxton Fruit Cake 1i
by her brother James Wells Hospital Jacksonville Miss Sortie Mae Robinson circle
LIVE OAK FLORIDA MIOVC Mi-Ill MUs Barbara Wells was maid Th baby weighed I Its. Jftoss. chairman presided" over the From The
AJolU Me-ChtUms Se-Ta* ted.*** of honor and Edwin Smith served .. and has been named Carol business meeting
MetUUy.FrMay Bo Office 0".... Silt: -Merie 1:11. the groom as best man. Diane Wilson Mr. Kelly served refreshmentsat Live Oak Garden Club, Inc.
RalarsUy Bos Office Omns. 11.45-Merle liN The couple will Dab their I Mrs. Wilson Is the former the close of the meeting. She
s...., Hot Office Opens. lilt-Morio I:** home In Jasper I Carolyn Mills: daughter of Mr was assisted. In serving by her sister Only $1.00 lb.
a sod Mrs C< P. Mills of Jackson Mrs Plk.
MDAf-nUDAT. OCTOBER ItMMONKEY'S Mr*. Johnnoti Circle I' vllto. originally' of fluwannre e (U'rou.dArpll.cI To IlulMIng! Mortgage)
County Mr. Wilson U the son of Cypress Oardm has the oldest \ CALL
WALT lSNln{ llofttew' Tuesday Night I Mr, and Mr. W, /11 Wilson of continuous dally show in the MRS. PIIIL TOWNSEND MRS. M. II. IIINGSON
Circle "0. 4 of the WSCS of the this city. world.CERAMICS. 362-1074 362-2273
UNCLE Methodist Church met with 1- -- --
Mrs Parks Johnson Tuesdaynight -
CABTOOMBVATVKPAT. October I. The meetingwas
opened with a devotional and Chicken Fry Nov. 4th -$1.25

ocronra M prayer by Mrs. Donald Burch. (Prepared Of Duke McCallliUr)
Brabham tare the --- --
Mrs Splvey
Ten Brave
WALT DISMCTSMONKEY'S p program Other members attending were Tk World's Most raoHMtlng. Hooky- Lt Card.n Club Member* Pr.par. Your

UNCLE Mrs. Oerry Lord. Mrs. Ntll Can.
non. Mrs Harold Sapp. Mrs October ant too early to begin making your Christ. -

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mas or occasion.
Mrs Rich CatIt Mn U B. Tyre.Mr any Greatest Portable TV Buy!
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I Bulldogs Lose To St. Augustine 20-13 I BULLDOGS'Individual RUSIIING Tiles Records Yds.TALE Avg TD .....

And Fumble Cost Two Bowdoin 328 -913 0
Interception Baas 18 60 3.33 0
Captains For St. Augustine Came Harris 1 2 JO 0
Touchdowns Good Avery 2 16 '..0j 0
Bulldog Passing
; j McKelthen 6 22 3.66 I

Quarterback Rod Bowdoin completed 11 of 21 passes St Augustine Try This
for 134 yards and two touchdowns, but a costly pass inter Beverly 17 112 659 1
Patton 13 51 392Mauldln 0
ception in the third quarter and fumble in the fourth gave lr rr 1 -7-79 0
St. Augustine a 20-13 win over the Bulldogs in their first Woods 3 09 IReedy
Florida Star Conference bout. t 2 13 650 0
Bowdoin passed to End Ray r a f Smith 1 -4-49 I
Corbin from 14 yards out early In STATISTICS Loach 1 5 5.' 0 MattressAnd
the second quarter and Halfback Suw. 8.Ag. PASSING
Chip Harris missed the conversionto First Downs 10 8 Att.Com* Int y....TOSuwannrs
give the Bulldogs a 6-0 lead Rushing Yardage 100 187
that was good until near the end Ydlo Lost Rushing 30 19 Bowdoin 21 11 1 134 t
cf) the third period. With third Net Rushing 70 168 eJ St. Augustine
and 9 following an off sides pen- Passes Attempted 21 3 Mauldln 2. 2 I I
alty Randy Davis caught a deflected Passes Completed 11 0 Woods 1. 1 0 1
pass by Bowdoin and ran Passing Yardage lU 0 RECEIVING
61 yards for a Yellow Jacket score Yards Penalized 30 15 Caught Yds. TD
and Mike Thibault kicked the Times Penalized 4 1 I Suwannee
point giving the visitors a 7-6 Fumbles Lost Z 1 Harris 2 57 1

lead.Six Bass 4 19 9Corbln
plays deep In the fourth 3 27 1
I eel to Fullback when Bispham was
quarter Bowdoin was hit as he attempted Bhpham 2 31 9
moved to end last week, ran to the .
to pass deep in home left for 3 and a first, Bass ran to I PtNTING
territory and End Charles Moore the right for 6 aId Avery again t r I Punts Blkd. Avg MatchingBox
the ball dran it I
picked up an over
picked up a first with a 13 yard Suwannee
from the 10 to give St. Augustine trek over right tackle. Mike Edwards, 88, and Corky Blipham, 30, are shown with officials before the Suwannee High- Bass 4. 43
a 14-6 lead following Thibault's Avery ran for 5 more but Live St. Augustine game here last Friday night (Democrat Staff Photo) St. Augustine

kick.After Oak was penalized five for off Moore I' 28
an exchange of punts sides. Bass got 4 yards back secondary after a 10 yarder up I Bass ran to the left for 2 and held Patton and Woods and Springs
Bowdoin hit Harris from 34 yards around left end and Bowdoin lost the middle. Beverly ran for two I McKelthen, who came in at fullback Moore punted to the Live Oak 23. I Bulldogs the ball on their 43 yard ,
out and he fell into the end zone 8 on the option His pass to Bis more before Baas Intercepted ran over right guard for 8.
Bass ran over left tackle for :2 but
for Live Oak's second tally Barrie pham was Incomplete and Bass Mauldln pass and ran It back to Bowdoin hit Blspham for a IS line.Bowdoin passed to Harris for
added the point and the Bull- punted 44 yards into the end zone. the Yellow Jacket 34. yarder to the Yellow Jacket 40. I Bowdoin war hit by Moore, who 23 yards down to the 8t Augustine
dogs trailed by one point 14-13 Beverly ran for 4 over center Bass picked up 10 yards In two Bass and McKelthen ran to the garbbel the ball on the 10 yard 34 and after missing Corbin
but on the first play from scrim- after the ball was spotted on the plays into the line before fumb- 34 but the Bulldogs were pena- line and ran over to score. Thi threw a perfect pass to Harris
mage from the 50 Randy Beverlyran 20. On the next,play Guard Mark ling on the St. Augustine 21, Beverly lized five for off sides and Randy bault added the PAT and the who caught It over his head and
over right tackle for another Oranberg jarred the ball loose and Loach picked up 6 to Davis caught Bowdoln'i deflected Yellow Jacket led 14-8 fell into the end zone Harris add- Nationally
6 points to put the Yellow Jacketsout from MauldIn and the Bulldogs their 27 as the half ended. Live pass and ran 61 yards for a TT>. An exchange of punts followedthe ed the extra point and only one
front 2013. recovered on the St. Augustine 17. Oak leading 60. Thibault converted and the Yellow kickoff, after the Bulldogs point separated the two teams
First Quarter Bass ran over center for 2 to end CONTBulldogsTblrd Jackets led 7-6 had picked up only one first downon with less than three minutes to
Bowdoin ran Moore kick, out the quarter Quarter Taking over on their 25, Bus a series of plays giving the I (See BULLDOGS, Pace 71) Advertised
from the 25 to Live Oak 36 yard Second Quarter After taking over on their 37, and McKelthen ran to the 50 In
line and he and Harris carriedfor Bass ran over center for one following Mauldlns return of four plays Bass ran left end to .
minus t before Bass punted yard and Bowdoin hit Split End Harris' kick, Patton and Beverlyran the Yellow Jacket 48 to end the Now At Frier Music Co.
39 yards to the Yellow Jacket 32. Ray CorbIn in the end zone from for 22 yards In six plays to quarter
From there Halfback Randy Bev- the 14 and the Bulldogs led 6-0 the Live Oak 41 but Bowdoin Fourth Quarter
erly and Fullback Rex Pattonran as Harris' kick was wide right. threw Patton for a 2 yard loss and Bowdoin passed flat to Bass for .
for three first downs to the Harris kicked off and Don Oranberg and Edwards held Beverly 5 and McKctthen added 2 over 1 At
Live Oak 26. Corbin Intercepted Woods retained to the Yellow and Patton to 4 In two tries center but with fourth and one
Quarterback Jack Mauldin's pass I Jacket 27 Blspham hit Woods fora as the Bulldog took over on their Bass was stopped and St Augustine Un j i i w UULJ@I]' [b@RCA
on the Bulldog 10 and was stop 2 yard loss but Fullback Rex 39 following an Incomplete pass took over on their 41
ped at the 36 Patton ran up the middle for 9. by Woods The Bulldogs' forward wall
Bass ran over center for 7 yards Patton was stopped for no gain on VICTOR
and Lowell Avery, who was shlft- his next try by Chanpy and Simmons "unity CheerleailersVanity $79.50
and Moore punted to the I each
Bulldog 38 Big Values in
Bass was held to 3 yards in
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you were three tries and punted 34 yardsto
October of an odd- the Yellow Jacket 25 and Beverly -
was thrown back to the 19 r
numbered year, renew as he tried to run to his right
your driver license Blspham, Dale, Simmons, and $$& Or Both For
I Chaney held Beverly and Pattonto
this month. 7 yards and Moore punted to
the Live Oak 41 but the Bulldogswere RCA VICTOR
offsldes and St Augustinewas I
'f Reece Brown ,
given a first on their 31. Pat- N dcwffsfat
I ton picked up 8 In two carries, I
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I SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. and Lynn Johnson, right Supporting Martha Rue llowre at left I 30 Days

N. Walker Ave Phone 362-1831 are Jeanette Brannon and Lynn Laughlnghouse. lady Hunt and I' no tubes! no problems!
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i in your big car. And got it it i price thatwon't pick Polar from i lot full of "me, too" cars. Insist on Pours it your DodgTbealer't A su*portsMt Ut eettauetf lasltdh

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Live Oak-Si. Game Will Be Held Subscriptions

Augustine Only A food service training course Sntcannee Democrat

sponsored by the Suwannee County 1

Played In Conferrence Last Week Health Department will be Listed below are new subscriptions

held the renewed
Thursday .Oct. 28. at and subscriptions

Palatka The St. Augustine Yellow Jackets indicated Big Dixie Restaurant from 2:30 to the Suwannee Democrat from

Friday night that they have no desire to wind up on to 3:30: p.m., according to Dr, J. October S to October IS.

the bottom of the heap in the Florida Star Football con- S.. Williams, county health officer NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS

ference this season as they clamped shut the jaws of the Cooks waitresses, and other Robert L. Smith L. O.

Live Oak Bulldogs 20-13() in the only league contest this persons who handle food are Branch Kennon. Atlanta. Oa.

post week. urged to attend Dr Williams Mr and Mrs. W. F Harshaw,
This wu the first family tussle from here on out. The Ancient said. Ronald Maston of the State LaCrescent Minn

for the Suwannee County eleven City Jackets are in a different Department of Health will con' i Mrs. Lola Jefferson Clearwater

this season while their overall situation since this Is their first duct the course, which Includes a' Perry J. Boatrtght. Lakeland

record stands at 2 win and 3 toss conference win against two losses film talk and Question-answer I John M. Grappa. Tlfton, Oa.

es and anything can happen while the Friday victory was theirsecond period. Miss Jenny Grappa. Macon da.

of the season against three S Miss Dicy Ann Grappa, Staun-

losses, overall. ton. Va.

BULLDOGS Lake City, last year's Florida McAlpinMI Club

Contlnord From Page II> Star Conference champion Is un- I St'BRlrTIONRENEWED!' !
Sera Cattle Film I
defeated with five wins on the Mrs Kelly Weaver, L. O

season and Is the winner over St. The McAlpin Community 4-H O. J. Lee, OBrlen

play.Harris tried a short kick but a Augustine In their only conference Club saw a film, "How To Show Mrs. Ethel: Bridges L. O.

caught It and was tack- start for a perfect record Beef Cattle and Dairy Animals"at John L. Allison Rt, L, O.
led at the midfield stripe On the all around winning over a good their October 12 meeting In the Mrs. H B. Woole,. L O

from scrimmage Ocala team 14-0 last Friday. Community Center. Mrs. Ida Vlckery, Lakeland
first play
very his Hint tackle The Starke Tornadoes are gunning Nanette Green reported at the J. N. Craft Pompano Beach
Beverly ran over '
dran 50 yards for the title Lake City now meeting that 18 club members North Florida Junior College
cut to the right an
cetvd awards at the Achievement
touchdown and Thlbault holds as they also are undefeated Madison
for another
Banquet Glenda hiss was recognized -
missed the conversion givIng winning over the Jscketa In their
20-13 lone conference game 13-7 In as a state winner In Food
the Yellow Jackets a
fact the Tornadoes have served Preservation.

margin notice the last two weeks that Kitty Connell reported on the Public Notices

Bowdoln returned Moore kick they are ready for anybody. They fair booth which will have the

form the Live Oak 25 to the 45 won over Orange Park 41-0 a theme "The Measure Of A Good
to Bispham IN THE cmruir COURT or THC
and Bowdoin threw 4-H Club".
week ago and last Thursday went THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or
for 16 yards to the Yellow JacketS to work on the New Smyrna rtoainA roUnrv.IN ANDO SUWAN.

Beach eleven on the Bradford American colleges and universities Claaaea were dismissed early la the Junior High bluldlng last Thursday afternoon for the Intr.Ht.n .- NKK. DIVORCE AND OTHIM IN OUNCIHV astir
Bowdoin missed Corbln. but hit have an enrollment of more VIllA H. DltKI
County Field to the tune of a SI-
Had game the Green and While trams Wjman Harvard Jr, Is easels. for the white team, Pl.leurlaYRG
next play and Corbin than 81.000 foreign students from
him on the 14 win. They are undefeated and .
pitched out to Harris good for I untied In five contests this sea 152 countries. hlch won 8.5. and Jimmy Clayton I It eoach for the green ....1'. Members' both teams are shown w. DICKIE.Dr .

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six yards. St. Augustine wu I son. This Friday they will entertain above 'I'Ot Rrrl W, P........ wk.** r*.14....
penalized 15 yards on the next the Palatka Braves on their no loop foe. but were tied 0-0 by I* /.ha....
the Bulldogs I WH1TE TEAM (CAt Topi front row, left I. right. Clayton Johnoen Robert RUmper, Jimmy T... ..* krkr *..."(.... ikt. f.m.rtkIM .
pass to Corbln. giving home field In their second loop Palatka as these three teams battled tor I>I.M.. .,4 mkr. II.'.., k..
a first on the St. Augustine game. for the loop chsmplonshlp niche, Fred a..... Leroy: Cbanneey. Charles Rogers, Danny fleas, Alfred 1.1\1..t..... Charlie Hon. W.* KM ta Ik. ...... ...*! C*.rt

14. I I I ThIs will be the first conference I Another three may Florida Star lee. Kenneth rhllllpot second rows I".. Tyre Greg 8app. Tommy William. Bob Frier, Mares Rigglna. ..4 r pn..ale..,r**r vlr4 k>.4in I..n.( I* Ik. :of I'..K.*fr

Bovdoln threw Incomplete to game this season for Pa- Conference race la Indicated -- Cliff lUnler. Lawrence Pert Jim Illnkle lucky Breeden. Andy Jackson Charles Ruekner, 'loinl: :' '. ik. ftelnllfd ltr.. .
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Corbin and BKpham and hit Bass I I latka. whose Braves are the own and the Live Oak Bulldogs could Mervln Hitman! third row, Coaeh Wyman Harvard Mai Upper. Randy "'ncoe. Jtrry Kissed BlairSlajton. FIN ok. rkwM. ai.mkir... ..4 fll.r. n Ik.S.wlidwl III

for 2 yards to the 12. Apparently en of four wins winning over ; make it a four-way battle however Jim Black. Loren Johnson Richard Bremer, Dennis Vann and Calvin C'rillba. !I. M..ON..e'. Clerk. mt Ik. ("I..
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being confused by the Scoreboard rustls 20-13 this past .Frtdsy the Yellow Jackets are about NorM, .. .r krr.l.Ik* Ilk 4.r ml

showing. third and I Bowdoin I They dropped a 43-0 tilt to the I out of contention GREEN TEAM<( MIMI Ik twn, ..11Nw11..11.....
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(Continued From Page 1)) FLORIDA IN ANDO SUWAN.
'I ttgtt d+aNw- Announcement by Road Board (' NEE COUNTY IN CHANCERYDIVORCE

Member Bill Beaufort that target KEVIN V. STEWART.: SR.
date for Interstate 10 had been ..*
'4 advanced and that he expectedthe CORA STEWART
Df..d at
road thru this county to be 4, TO Con A.
d< n a r I Stewart. who. addroi.realdent .,
w under contract prior to December 1 or ...Id... I. nnknov.
You ... .
hereby notified that '0"
1966 is being hailed as the finest plaint for divorce' has been filed la the
announcements of the year for above named Court and you ... requlr-
rr o UILDING this city and county. .
+ pleadin ta tho Complaint upon the
54 When this highway gets under 1 Plaintiffs Att.rn.,. WM. Randall.
Slauthtor. P. O. Hoc Del U.. Oak,
construction and right of way Florid., and flU the ordinal In the of.
are purchased I think we will see 4f ,.... of the Clerk of tba Circuit Court
r 8.w....* County U.. Oak, Florida'on
an even greater constructionboom or baton the Sth day of Noenib.r'
In this area for the four- A. D. JUS. If you car to ._ ., the
laning of 129 from I-10 into Live t sane, otberwlae too allri.tloti. of the
( >, Complaint will be taken a confeaaed b>
Oak Is bound to bring actl\Cy in
.w.ae,". .., t 1. you.Don.. and. 0.41..*. ta LI.. Oak, Flor-
of the
the northern part city.
1 Ida. thai' sib day of October. A. D. mi
Beaufort told the Rotary Club LAVAUGHN CESSIONS

he was committed to this project Clork of Clrauit Court
<"""F> FIOrW
and that he would see this improvement (SEAL)
was made. 81,11 By I Lllliaa Radto.... D. C.

On Page Two of this Issue the .yr

Suwannee Democrat joins a host List of C........NOTICE**4 1..__. ._1.'.
of other newspaper, both weekly ..1 by tb. SUWMKM* County C..w.
.lM r* ., lu...,. County f.......
and dally, in urging approval of t. bold. Special Election w N.1aw
ITr r. ru v the 300 million dollar road bond a. 1-

1 issue at the polls on December. DAY CITY HALL NO. 1

I am firmly convinced that Charlie: McCU Clerk. .

# just as it was necessary to vote Glens. Gr.PrlvettMra. .. Keellnc
#, Ahi1. bonds to catch up the slack In Mr. Pete Wrlrht

colleges and universities, it Is I r ft DAY FIRE STATION NO. S
for this state ,; .
---- -- necessary today to Leo GUI Clerk

Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner Fair General Manager Tom Fletcher and Fair Association catch up on roads to take cars of e ii Ranald M... Woodrow Green Hunter

I President Louie C. Wadsworth left-right stand before the sign unveiled Tuesday nlfht revealing deaths.growth and reduce highway Mr.LIBERTY Julia 8perrln HEIGHTS NO. I

the naming of the new livestock facilities after them (Photo By Dan Stainer) DAY
That the Suwannee County Bryant WIUo. Clerk
Board of Commissioners and the Terry Putnal of Mayo Is shown with his grand champion and Mr. Wlllard. Bna.o. '

I reserve champion hog In the FFA division of the Market Hog Show. Jack. Caraticaael
Through FIIA Credit II City Council of Live Oak endorsedthe Mra. Bin/ W.rdCOURT
I measure places this county Putnal's prize animal was altto grand champion of the ..11 division. DAY HOUSE NO. 4

i Suwannee and city among many In this\ (Photo By Dan Stainer) Loon Wooly. Clerk

Recent Legislation Will Promote I area that sees approval of the Mr Mr.*.. Corrln O. 1. Tale Webb.

I bonds as the salvation of tills: II... Clan. ., Parker

Rural FacilitiesMore High state's road problems. 30 DAYVEATIIER OUTLOOK DAY WOMAN'S CLUB NO. S

Community I a Joe H.... Clerk. .

Chatter I FAIR WINNERS Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station Loin Eunice: Gates
than a million people in rural America may ben NeloonMra ,
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STATION_ __ __. NO.
efit from an expansion in financial support for rural community + Hog Show DAY u. --- 4

facilities and family farms authorized by recent In the 4-H barrow judging, Lafayette The Thirty Day Agricultural ber Is expected to average between Hoyt MeKnlfkt. Clerk
legislation William T. Shaddick Farmers Home Administration Weather. Outlook for the periodof 3 00 and 5.00 Inches over the area. Edat Happ.Mra.
County 4-H team numberone P. E. Phillip..
state director for Florida said Friday. I By Gayle Hrookim took second place leaving mid-October to mld-Novem- Rain is expected to occur mostlyas Lola Ho.....
ber for South Georgia South shower periods with 1 or 2 periods UNION NO. T
will provide
Private investors first place to the number two DAY
funds insured FOOTBALL east Alabama and Northwest of extended rainfall. Jaatea Bell Clerk
the bulk of the on an Lafayette team.
Shrine Club Florida issued by the Weather SUNSHINE during the next 30 Uenala Tr.,....
basis through USDA's Meeting Again the Suwannee Bulldogs The Suwannee FFA Chapterwas Woodrow Warner

Farmers Home Administration.. Culled for met a defeat when the St. Augustine first in FFA barrow judging, Bureau Advlmry Agricultural days Is expected to average about Marvin Bray
TonightThere Meteorologist Georgia Coastal 65 per cent of possible with I or 2 ORANGE NO. I
The legislation signed Into law Yellow Jackets won 20 to and Branford Future Farmers D
will be a meeting of Plain Experiment Station. TIN periods of extended cloudiness: ATC. .
taaden .
by President Johnson on October 13. It was a great game and the number one team copped second Clerk
the Live Oak Shrine Club tonight ton. Ga.. October 16, 1965. SOIL TEMPERATURES will\ H. W. (Bud Golf
7: Bulldogs put out better effort place honors _., H'II.....
Authorizes, an increase from (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. than the score shows. Terry Putnal of Mayo had the drop sharply during the next 30 High J.lley
at the office of Randy Mel on TEMPERATURES during the days as sunshine totals and Intensity DOWUNC PARK NO. .
the Farmers The Suwannee "B" team lost
$200 to $450 million in champion and reserve championIn DAY
East Howard Street. next 30 expected to aver
Home Administration's ability their game last Thursday night the FFA division of the Mar days are decrease. Average temperatures Fred Lyoaa Clerk
All Shriners to attend below normal all of the Ile....
are urged age over under 4 Inches of bare soil! Clark
to Insure loans In any one year when Lake City won 43 to 0. ket Hog Show, and also grand w.." Hays
to discus plans for the Tri-Stite agricultural area. Dally are expected to reach value of! ...
D. Clark
for rural community facilities including There will be a varsity game champion of the 4-H contest.
Florida State University Circus. mean temperatures will average lea than 70 degree by the end of CLAYLAND NO. I*
water supply and waste this Friday night at Panama City. Jim Cowan of the Lafayette DAY
It la asked that tick between 60 and 67 degrees. Dally
disposal systems and for the development reserve Hope everyone will travel to Panama County 4-H'ers had reserve October. (Karl'!* c...... Clerk
ets to the circus which have maximum temperatures should Eh.. Wllllama. *..
and purchase of family City to watch the Bulldogs champion of the 4-H division.T. .
not been told be brought to the between 72 and 78 degrees
average : .....
and the Tornadoes scramble J. Haynes of O'Brien took Mrs In
farms.Provides meeting. with 1 afternoon temperature Big Area AvailableAn NO. II
for the first time, all honors in the Market Hog
a reaching <5 degrees or higher on area nearly the size of Africa /. Din .
this type of credit for rural Show taking the adult division **
3 or 4 days during the period. would be added to man' domain 101... I.....a Mill
disposal systems. County Soil Survey This year College Career Day champion and grand reserve ..... Spl.ey M.l.*.. Jr.Mr .
will be held at Florida Dally minimum temperatures are If he could work freely on MM ,.
-Authorizes, for the first time, North champion prizes and also the LAIN Sam
Featured At Fair expected to average between 60 the continental shelve, the National WELLBORN NO. IS
grants to supplement this type of Junior College In Madison Tuesday grand and reserve champion pris- DAY
credit for rural water and waste The Suwannee County Roll October 28. There will be e* In the combined show. and 58 degrees with early mornIng Geographic say*. The J. W. rlo* Clerk
this low' temperatures falling below shelves hold known reserve of Mr. .*.*., Baikry
published early
Survey yearIs
disposal systems. Grant authoritymay students from several surrounding Marty Howes won first place In Glean Sailtk
not exceed 50 per cent of being featured In the Suwannee counties, including Suwannee, the Sears Poultry Show having 40 degree on 3 to 5 mornings oil. tin, and diamonds To exploit Mr.. I,1, M.L.*.
Inland during the period. The these riches however divert LEON NO. IIDAY
of River Soil and Water Conservation participating. The Is to ,
the construction a project nora purpose the best exhibit, record book and .
total of $50 million a year. District exhibit at the County get help from the experts In number raised. probability of freezing temperatures would have to conquer the ocean Mr. T. W. PtoMla* Clerk
Fair this week. This Is will Increase sharply risingto to a depth of 600 feet. Mr, t C.:Covet1t. .
-Authorizes, for the first time survey answer to your question "After L 0.._. Jr.
grants totaling $5 million a year II the most comprehensive study of high school, what and where?" greater than 10 per cent by the ..n. Daa,** N.IanMcALPIN
for comprehensive planning of I the county's natural resources VOTERS end of October over most all of Changes In diet fed to cow to NO. 14

water and sewage systems. that has been made to date. ON SALE (Continued From Page 1)) the area. Increase milk yield often result. DAY......... Ooff Clerk
camber Due to a 1968 act by the RAINFALL during the period In milk of lower fat and higher WUtM CaU
Included in the Is a book
-Increases from 2,500 to 5.BOO Year are now on sale .... loon .._
the size of towns eligible for such complete set of aerial photos of They may be purchased from an Florida Legislature, only freeholders mid October through mid Novem protein content. I. .'*. w. R. H...

assistance Suwannee County on which the annual staff member are eligible to vote on DAY PIN MOUNT NO. IS

-Increases from $1 to $4 mil. soil types have been superim trustee and mlllage. while all Antis Hlk**>M Clerk

lion the maximum size of a loan, posed. Copies of the soil survey SPECIAL NOTE registered county voters may vote -- IAFF-A.DAY .ass....M.11.aly D. Cert

or a combination loan and grant can be obtained without chargeby If any club or organization on on the trustee and whether to Mr*. B.I. Ma* PrrltKIRKLANO

for water supply or waste disposal writing Congressman Don Fuqua I the 8HS Campus have event abolish their office Folsom said. DAY Na' I* I

systems. House of Representatives, planned officers named or something In other business at the school Clare** ..*,...kt Clod
Southern Desk J.M Hh. ....
The 1.600 field offices of the Washington, D. C. pertaining to the club you board meeting Mr.*ROW H....
Farmers Home Administrationare would like to have mentioned, Company of Hickory N. C. was Mr*. Jao*"e MeMoltLURAVILUt

being notified to accept applications Tax please let me know by fourth determined to have the lowest DAY NO. IT

under the expanded August, Cigaret, period every Monday. and beat bid on library facilities (Mil. 1..._ Clod

credit authorities. Grant assist Net Live Oak $7,565Live table, chain, desks, and cabinets II.Mra... Jerry Billy Gamhl TneherEdnr

ance will not be available until Oak netted .7.1164.113 from STUDENTS for the new Suwannee Ly*>. I

fands are appropriated by Con the city's cigarette tax collectionsIn Senior girls who are competingfor High Library They were award. DAY O'BRIEN NO. I*

gress. August according to Ren Morale the "Miss Suwannean" contest ed the business on a bid of $3.- II. M. ....*. Clerk
foot, \
Applications for rural commune director of the State Beverage : You now have two weeks 694 80. t Perry. w. ....
ity facilities loans may be made Department. The Town of left to plan your pictures and The board moved to allow Walt** It l.k.rloHICKORY

by public bodies and nonprofit Branford will be returned $933.29 autobiography. Deadline Is October O'Brien School a full time secretary DAYT. SINK NO. lt

private organizations for the same period. 29. Dont forget. and approved change !In K. .*<'.U CWk
lunchroom personnel after December I. D. 0..
The $450 million in Insured Statewide the net cigarette tax Roy KMDannln
loans plus the $55 million In collections amounted to ".1182- RECOGNITIONCongratulations when Suwannee Rich Can*.
Into the H1LPRCTH NO. ..
students will move new
grants authorized yearly by the 23188, of which about ".113 mil to our cheerleader DAYI.

Act can help an estimated 800 lion was returned to the state I this year for doing a great building at Pine. View. '. a .... Clark .
(. nib.
rural areas containing approximately general revenue fund and the remainder job.There B. M. Ydli.uue. .
one million people obtain was distributed to qualified will be a dance this Saturday CIRCUS E_

needed water and waste disposal municipalities.Other I night at the Live Oak- (Contlaaed From Page 1)) DAY '.AN FORD NO. SI

systems and other facilities, and cities in this. area received Suwannee County Recreation up, with the Live Oak Riding lorry. Tang Clerk .

provide 18.000 farm families with the following amounts: Mayo I Center Music will be furntahed Club. t%. *DamoitPntfM W. Hal

credit needed to secure their foot. ",122; Lake City, $14,007; Madison by the "Jades" of Lake City Admission The parade begin at 4 P m. and o..w .. 001-.

hold on the land. $8,170; and Jasper, $2,786. Is $t per person. the drew. to be held In the Lang- DAY NEBO NO. SS

ford Stadium. start at 8 pm day*** *>... Ctrrk
11- Hess,
DEDICATIONContinued Mat said that Governor Burn I-j------: be /.;;;;;;.-_ ... sus wet ...... _.a I Nwawn..
I Form Family Of 1965 and State Treasurer Browsed William Nw, ....-
( From Page 1)) ROCKY SINK NO. S*
Conner who praised SuwanneeCounty' have been Invited to appearIn "You're suffering from battle fatigue. DAYMark
but that ht ha CWaaiir CVrkE4
the parade no
progress In agriculture ...... -
In his remarks. Conner said that commitment yet.Another A- ......
highlight In the parade "C" Team Cherrlenlenft Wane*
.ak7 tobacco corn swine, and cattle CTVTIS a. .t.'w.aln
I Iqt well lineup 1* the American Legion "'- -
< production here a* a* thenewlybegun
Post's "Forty and Eight" locomotive LAVAPCHM A. tSHONf
broiler Industry, irrWarI Oed
were Indication of a fast-growing ...$
The famous FSU Circus which
agricultural area of Florida. NOTICES '
qt i Conner said that he felt conn- perform here that Saturday ve .sal ad .. r..ssal f. ... erase
night ha* often been comparedwith ........ w .-. ..wd by --
1 1w
denSu..annee County' annual **be kn _rurC e/M ..ip. a.No. -
agricultural production would professionals, though It consists $" IMt.
than M student + JIMMY ROBERJONM
of more ,
reach $28 million by 1975. This e 054/
and Include high-wire and trap-
Indicate a $10 million Increase
eve acts a* well a* the Inevitable TMK COLT or THE COWTTYJVfTnr.f. '
over 10 years, he pointed out a* SUWANVJESFioaiDA. ca/"TY
the production now la at $18 million clown INn ". Pao.ATti
a at R.MM **
per year. WILLIAM API.
Conner also said that local fain WIM Horeea '
1 1I T. Ail] Cn leCa re = r-- Nnare
were looked on with high regardby When reference U made to ...* t* t>.-.. A.- ... IsIw
1I the Department of Agriculture ",.lid. none* of the Western Ten *a4 web .. ru a** kml| ....
I flue W ........ a. rt -
I a* they give. rural and urban United State, particular specie .M d.a. ode orb' ye*. wy .....* *4
people and consumer and to-called *, *>*y *.*. .pros ... aaw ofWwaoni
i I producers I Is Indicated. Theae Aa*. .......... W ..**
a chance 4o review each "Wildhone* are deaemdanU of CoMr. W iw CVeaMy l. .. of e.
I other progrw domestic animal which have reverted ...*. .... r.....*. a* Ma *ntrt
ta. .rt bean W *
5. Cimr a
Some of the other noted guest to a state. of wUdnea U*. Oak. rwrka" *. vlk. *ei .lira*.*
Introduced at the dedication Included PrJebalXsyl hone a wild specie, .oaks r1110 _> of ,.. fVe ....
bow ae lbs T., 4 i
****** *
a representative from the one I roamed Central Asia. Although r.d.5wb..e.Iank.sew5.*
office of the U. 8. Secretary of specimen are often tend lee, w .b. ..ea .bb ***** e* -. -
5q .o4 ...s dMY..Adrro ",* tk*
Agriculture Suwannee County In soo, they are no longer prevalent VKaUag +t..b w ..*. W ..* *. ** w.tr..a.
f! The W. L. Wards are shown above looking at their .!*... tae Commissioner. County Clerk! La- In the wild. t.H arwt w ..-. S4
b. ... .. ....
too .4.
y I being recognised by the Farm Barraa as Farm Family of the Tear vaughn Sessions. and County .1 towera.5.e.we.w..1MN

". In Sawannee Coanty. Mr. and Mr. Will Ward has lived and Judge Reece Brown. Bedouin chlefUan In Jordanare NN abed lID .at

farmed In Sawaane County meet of their Bret; they are dtlseM 1 replacing their camel with left U right are Bnaaa. *-. kUry Aaa Noil. ... OTTO. AFT.wyv An

of LaravUle commwilty. They have two ...*. aba farming laSawaanee Some 110 million pound of flan automobile. Many desert tent Ha Mama, ad ...... Avery. Ctaadtac km to right at* ... A. -EMMA r IKMtXET... t** mmn

'M' 'vi;+ Ceaaty, and one daagnter In Lakeland (Democrat north annually from are Florida processed, after or being sent are*equipped and foot-powered with tranaUftor\ sewing radio Brow. Carnal Quay Jo Ttta GtMv sad ...... Wywav Mrs &.1 .*.4.T.*.n iaa{ tt WSka a_

\ Staff Photo) obtained In water of the state. machine. r. INckaaaa in to ...... for die "...,. IDisMirat Staff Photo 8544

Record Note 1..1Buccaneers

Lose 27.13 At Newberry;;

: D !! T Many Fumbles And InterceptionsTwo

fumbles deep in Branford territory cost the Dues

LIVE OAK two Newberry tuochdowns won 27-13.at Newberry. last Thursday night and

Neither team was able to score in the first quarterand

ESTABUSHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 23 Miller fumbled on third down_ as he attempted_to pass
newoerrj recovered the
iiu on one
STATISTICS I I'arel line in the second quarter

News From Branford I Stork Shower Honors Mrs. BellMrs. i Flat Dawn Bran 4 Nbry.14Rmihlng : 'I Newberry scored the Fullback TD and Harry PAT: In Holder line

Yardage IS SIll I plunge and Newberry took a 7-0
Bob Bell of Branford was Out of town guest IncludedMrs. lead
Tea Lest Rushing 4 ISNet
honored with a stork shower Saturday Amel Edwards and Mrs Branford Halfback Andy Cheney -
?' Ml
night In the Fletcher Annex Hulon Sullivan of Gainesville, and Rattling Yardage
came right back with a retaliation
W. HATCH I fame. t II
SHIRLEY Attempted
BYi MRS. ,
of the Methodist Church Mrs. J. J. Llpsey: of Starke Panes S 1 as he took the kickoff on
Hostesses for the occasion were Mlsa Cindy Ware assisted with Completed his 14 yard line and ran 88 yard
Total Yard Fasting to SS i
Mrs C. U. Fletcher Mrs H. W the IIt'rvtnl.lini'olf..ial.
I Awards Presented I Methodist ConferenceThe Yards Fenallsed SS SS to score but Scarborough missed
Library .
Suggs. Mrs. J. R. Fletcher Mrs I
__ Times Penalised J Stumble the try: for extra point and the
Methodist Quarterly: Con. Lamar Carver, and Mrs. W S.! :\ .1 Dun trailed 7-6 at halftime
Lout 4
ferenee was held Thursd j night Ware. !' Group Late In the third quarter Miller
A fellowship supper was served at Mrs Ware was In charge of the Officer ElectedThe fumbled on his 38 yard line and
I pm. followed by a devotional games. Mrs Bill Ross Mrs O C. I Branford Ministerial Association im.Tlioi.uMEngagement Holder, BM, and Oetsen moved
w r service John Bikes of Gainesville Butler, Mrs. Lamar Carver and met Sunday afternoon to to the I In seven plays throughthe
district superintendent presided Miss Joann Dempsey won game elect officers and make plans for Announced line\ before Holder ran to the
over the conference business i I pr....*. the union service to be held on Mr. and Mrs Wallace Hill of right for the TD but the line
x meeting. A pink blue, and white color I Thanksgiving Eve. Lake City formerly: of Branford. held on the extra. point attempt
scheme was used In decorating. Officers elected were: Rev. J. L, announce! the engagement and and Newberry again led 13.1.
The refreshment table was cov : Tragic, president: Rev. Allen approaching marriage of their The DUel recovered a fumbleby
Marriage Announced) coed with a pink linen Cloth and) Price vice president.; Rev Arthur daughter Linda flail to Winton Holder on their II shortly: after
Mrs Georgia Jean Walker and hied an arrangement of shadesof Davis scretary-treasurer. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs R and Lee and Cheney movedto
Howe Walker of Branford mere pink dahlias and a miniature, The union Thanksgiving Service B Thomas. the one yard line on an end
married Tuesday: night October: pink umbrella. The gift table was will be held on November 24 The wedding will be an eventof run and a reverse Lee made the
It. at the home of Judge and Mrs. laid with a white cloth and held at 730: pm. In the Drsnford November 3, In the Esststrte TD up the middle and Cheney
For: OStera near Mayo Judge an arrangement of tiny: white Presbyterian Church. Rev. Allen Baptist Church of Lake City passed to Flssell for the point and
O8teen performed the wedding roan and blue ageratum Price will bring the message. 1 Friends" and relatives are Invited the score wa tied 13-all
i ceremony: before family: and close Refreshments of cake, punch, I I to attend the wedding and reception In the fourth quarter Newberry:
friend and nuts were served Renew( Year a.b-erlpilnl (He* BITS, rage ill)


Branford elementary st....t. are ...... with Mr*. Jack rbll-

tips and Mr*. Nellie Junerwa. They... left-right. Ann Griffin.
Ctody Ware Cindy WUk....... Sylvia W&1ft... J dy Keyser, Allen
T wnrnd and Gerad K Bight.*.

i Branford Elementary Students OFF

Receive Library Certificates

'" .
The elementary children of the who participated In the fire prevention
Branford School met recently: for program were each givena ,
marshal badge and helmet
the presentation of certificate fire
earned In the summer reading and a rid on the fire truck driven

program library sponsored by: the local by Fire Chief. .W) D. Fletcher. ON THE PURCHASE OF ONE

Mrs. A. Jack Phillips local
To I
Eastern. Star
of the Buwannee River

the Regional topic.Library finding: Board Knowledge spoke On on Hold Branford SmorgasbordThe Order of Eastern SIX BOTTLE CARTON OF COCA-COLA

The Shelf". She prefaced her remarks
by reading William Alexander Star will serve a benefit smorgasbord .-
SUverman's "This 1* The Saturday October 2J. begin
Library-. rung at fl P-m. at the Masonic IN HALF QUARTS
i adultscents
She also paid tribute to the Temple. All you can eat .
q children 4. cents, beverage
work that Mrs. M.llle Jamerson Is
I cents and dessert 10
doing In the local library: especially .
books cent), the menu will consist of
her Internet In locating
: available ham. tried chicken chicken.. nd .
that are
dumpling and barbecue, with a t .
that tailed for by students
.f vegetables,
Vide assortment
and ciUatns of the com
salads, and deaserU. "
munity.lira JacMTMSi.presented nuts ..'De&D.t&e4.S.I' ... .,.. ..,4J> J. --. -. r \\ .... ,. "- ..

mer reading certificate to Ana e\\
Ortffln. Cindy War*. Cindy WUkeraon. -
Sylvia: Warren. Jody Key .TA Meeting i/
ser, ADen Townsend. and OerodKnlghtoo. The Branford Parent-Teacher
BjrMa Warren receiveda Association: will meet tonight ,
star on her certificate for reading (Thundst) at 7:SO In the school w
40 books during the program. cafrurta. Mrs. W R. Hill president t 11 %
After the assembly the student urges all members to be
of the third and fourth grades PI'NfIIt.I $ d 1 1t


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A Thought For Today I

By BBODT C. tUUUf"Fear

I* a cloak worn by the week.*
When the Lord treated.. us. aaaonc the many testing and emotions
.. were given waa ,",.. quickening of the pul** that arouMSour .
sense and makes the mind work: at double apesd. A dsfena to
be used for self protection seams our enemM.
Through the generaUagM. rest became girtBsed -
with MS and often sBps into the wrong nooks
and cornet but Fear was Intend for self.prrvsUoa .
and we must be strong enough to keep
It socked away for emergency only There* no
disgrace In using; any of our fcrttng .r emotionsas

R.I they Where were there orfelnalhr I* strength Intend el**,sated and eharae Count 'em. You get 16. ounce 3 full

Ur. there I* no nd nor DM for Pea. whoa hoses over Ice In every Half Quart
eoncrets daneet I* present. we most mammon a9 aw bottle of Ca-Cola. More economy, more things I
forte Including Pear but natures greajcat convenience, more Coke More economy goCoke
weapon should not be tisusvd when we Unactn
tern ks a ro.nxmy *f Storable an f/IIII midsc 80 because in thU n.w size you get more economny -
let M b* strong sod no* don the cloak of Pear because in this new size you get more b e it e r
rime this c.nto escape everyday prsMrm 'let IBS preserveIl Coca-Cola for your money More convenience
only for nanny weather when It can realty help CM. make fewer th
because you tripe to the M .
The weak fr that they wtt smaiaia to sexy sdtersttyth
ware fear only that they: will gteglsct to *UDs* aO th* strength tore or refrigerator. More( Coke because
they ha**. Fauna dUflntliy securely erase. rats M la half Face tilt U the, bottle with the built-in' spare _
the tntrtUM new when It is easy. use auk those adrfcwM* pr*. every Half Quart bottle give you not two
paratlon* at 8UWAJTZZ! FVKERAI. noun f:. A. Onto An LlrfOak.
Florida Fhon M3I2H.FREE but three full ,I.... of Coke over Ice Its
unmistakable taste gives a lift to your N.w-_
AMBULANCE SERVICE spirit a boost to your energy pick up
; For s....... Covosty R..W..I. -. several. carton of Coke In OILS new size tomorrow


Lk.*Mel F....... Director ,, '


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WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF I. Methodists Celebrate Century Here News And 'Activities From'fIlE -

I THE ...... ja.ji.,. -. .,," >i |; an-.iaf < -./. .,.KI.MHBMM "

Suwannce Valley Livestock MarketTrading ..: RECREATION CENtER

was moderately active 270 lbs, $22.65; 160-180 IDS, $22.- By ROT SUIXrVAN. Director ,
with demand fair to good at the 70; 140-160 Ibs. $22.20; 120-140 The Saturday morning football Board meetings are held on the
Suwannee Valley Livestock Mar- Ibs., $2255; 100-120 Ibs, $2250; games for youngsters are continuing -I I second Monday of each month
ket for the week ending last Wednesday 80-100 Ibs. $22.25. successfully, with a' thriller and the public Is invited.
A total of 334 cattle and Most sows 180-500 lbs, $1955- of
played Saturday to a score
calves were sold, compared with $20.55; boars, $1150-$13. Se 2119. Another game is scheduled Volunteers are needed to helD! I
343 the previous week. U. S. No. 2 feeder pigs 75-110 for 9:30: am. this Saturday. Instruct classes in arts and, craft 1
Slaughter cattle and calves Ibs. $23-$26; medium and U. S. social and square dancing. Tho"
with other No. 3, 25-80 Ibs, $23-$29.50. have time to help
were steady to weak More than 125 attended the who are un"1 ,
slaughter classes few In both s dance after the football game to contact the director. I
weeks. Friday while 180 attended the
Feeder-stocker steers and heifers ResolutionRocky Saturday night affair. The Women's exercise classes COt.. t
were steady to $1 higher Cows I .. "Jades" are scheduled to play at tinue on Monday, Tuesday urn I
were steady to SO cents higher, and Thursday evenings
the dance this week, 8 to 11 p.m. I
calves over 250 Ibs were steadyto Sink Lodge No. 88 F&AM. Saturday
BO cents lower, in spots $1 lower WHEREAS, it has pleated our I I Three afternoon parties and
Calves under 250 Ibs. were Supreme Orand Master to call I Officers for the coming year one family reunion were held at
steady to strong. our worthy Brother Thomas were elected at the Recreation the Center last week. Those who
Fully three-fourths of the sup Whitworth Scott, from labor to Board meeting Monday, with wish to make rservatlons for simi I
ply was cleared to feeder-stocker the Celestial Lodge on high. Mrs. Tom Cheek succeeding Mrs lar activities may call 362-3004 or ,
accounts, while slightly more than Brother Scott or Uncle Tom as B. W. Helvenston HI as president. 392-1013 i it
one-half the total was calves. he was known by all, was a well Billy Jernlgan was named secretary
Slaughter cattle sold as follows: I beloved member of our Lodge and Tommy Edwards was re-
Steers: one utility, 17. One who was regular in attendances elected treasurer. Other members Browning Elected :
Heifers: one good, $21.50; one as long as his health per- I''A Include Harry Nobles and Mrs. Elmer Browning was elected
standard $18.75; few utility, $12- mitted, having served his Lodge ., Frank chairman of the Suwannee County (
$1350, overfills down to 1050. for many years as Lodge Secretary Williams Hospital Board Tuesday Oct i

Cows: utility and commercial, The First Methodist Church, which began In Lire Oak In 186S and has served continuously The Live O"k.SuWlnntf' County 13. Browning has served on the t
U3-115.110. overfills down to $12; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Recreation Department Is a board since 1983. (
cutter, $10-$13; canner, $7-ll that in the departure of since, will celebrate Its hundredth anniversary this Sunday with Homecoming and dinner on the member of the National and U. :
Bulls: utility and commercial Brother Scott, we lose a worthy ground. Bishop James W, Henley will be the speaker at'the morning service, to which the public Florida Recreation Associations I (Renew Year Subscription)
$1U5 $18.75; cutter $11-$15, member of our Lodge, a just and la Invited, according to Rev Splvey Brabham, pas tor. The present church building, shown above, was
mostly $13 up. upright Mason and citizen and a built In 1923. (Democrat Staff Photo)
Calves: good and choice $18 devoted Christian. Brother Scott
$21; standard 155018.25; utility departed this life full of years
$1250-116. ripened with age and experience Pine Level Beachville AIL NEW! THE BIG MF 175
Vealers: one good, $18; one utility he was worthy and well qualifiedand <1<
$14. duly and truly prepared for Big .brawny_brainy_4-5 plow strong 1 With
Feeder-stocker cattle sold as admission into that Celestial Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lepper and I We had a real good meeting all day night. Pressure Control, a new feature added to the Advanced I
follows: Lodge above where our Supreme daughter, Robin, spent the week I last week with good crowds. We Mrs W, A. Hagen. a former Ferguson System for instant weight transfer
Steers: standard and low-godd, Orand Master presides; and he end with Mr. and Mrs L. B. Wilson were very glad to have a numberof resident but now of Dowllng Park, I
$15-$18.75: utility (mostly year. will be properly vouched for by at Astatula. visitors. Tuesday night we had attended services here Sunday. traction with pull-type implement new I
lings), $13.75-$16.75; one Infer his Lord and Master Whom he Mrs. Ollford McCall and Mrs.J seventeen from Lake City and L. A. and W H. Tidwell were Rapid Coupler for mounted tools new comfort
ior $12. loved and served on earth. H. Reynolds visited Mr. and. through the week we had visitors business visitors in St. Petersburg and convenience new power in the 60 liP
Heifers: standard and low-good, To his beloved family we extendour Mrs Drew Holmes Thursday afternoon from McAlpln, Live Oak, Branford Thursday.
class gasoline or diesel. See it, teat drive it _
and from
Dowling Park Rev.
$13-75-$16; utility $13-$15.75. heartfelt sympathy. But we O. D. Beach was a business
Cows: utility and low-standard can only remind them that he is Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Coates of and Mrs. R. L. Peterson and Rev. visitor in High Springs and Gainesville soon!
$$10-$13; inferior (all thin), $6- not dead, but only asleep, resting Lake City spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. C. L. Kirby Sunday was Thursday
$8; utility and low-standard cow- after a long and well spent life and Mrs. J. F. Toole homecoming and had a number Mr. Woods of Jacksonville wasa ;
calf pairs, $13-$1350; Inferior, here he cannot and would not If Mr and Mrs. Al Cadow visitedMr. who came home for the day Among guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ALLBRITTON BROS.
101025. he could return to us; we can if and Mrs. Drew Holmes Tues those were our pastor, Rev.F. Kennedy Saturday night.
Calves: choice $10-$22.50; we will go to him let us so live day afternoon. E Day of Lake City Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedyand TRACTOR CO. :
good, 187521.25; standard, and perform our duties here as to Mr and Mrs. B. F. Hayes were Mrs C. L. Kirby of fowling Park daughters Jan and Gall visIted -
$15-$1925; utility $12-$17; In. Insure a Joyous reunion with dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rev and Mrs M A. Tidwell and in Gainesville Sunday after
tenor $10-$14. those who have gone before anda Marvin Alderman In Live Oak children, Mrs. J. H Reynolds, and noon. 215 W. 5TH ST. :
Hogs totaled 660 down from happy life In the Oreat Here Sunday. Mrs. Florence McCall, all of Uve W2238'I
813 the previous week. I after. Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes were Oak, Mr and Mrs Hots Spoonerand
Mixed grades barrows and gilts' BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Ginger, and Mrs.
sold as follows: 180-210 Ibs, that in testimony of our brotherly Willie Howell Thursday night Roger Clark of Jacksonville, Bobby Now New Chevelle :
$2312; 210-240 Ibs., $2319; 240- love and esteem that a page of Rev. Charles Johnson. of Perry. Koon of Lake City Mr and
was dinner guest of Mr ana Mrs Mrs Albert Moses of Tifton. Oa ,
Ellis Baxter Sunday. Mr and Mrs Leonard Beach and
Mrs. B. F Hayes and Mrs Ed daughter and children Mrs. Jew
ward Fore visited Mrs. H M. el Ferns, Mr and Mrs Oetzen I
Moore Monday afternoon. Beach Mr. tnd Mrs. Foley Ferns
James B. Daniels Mr. and Mrs Drew Holmes visIted and children, and Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. J, H. Reynolds Saturday Edward Ritenson and children, SUPER
night all of Perry Mrs. Harley Starling
Funeral HomesLIVE Mr. and Mrs. Al Cadow visited of Brooker Mrs Vera Oodwln of
Mrs. Lizzie Clark and Mrs. Win Uve Oak and others Rev Hett of
nie Hayes at Dowllng Park Tuesday Tampa was also a visitor most of
the week
OAK and BRAN FORD afternoon.
Max Lepper spent the week end Rev. Marvin Odom filled his appointment -
with Lee and Gary Olive. at the Deep Creek Advent
Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Christian Church Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. E. 8. PalmerIn Mrs. Shepherd Bell visited Mr
equipped ambulances on call twenty- Live Oak Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Shepherd of Boll visited
four hours each day in both Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Hayes spent Mr and Mrs Don Odom Satur'MI -i SPORT
Saturday in Cross City vlslltnc
and Branford.CALL. I Mr,-and Mrs Arnold Hayes.our .
Officers Nainr l

records be dedicated to hlamemol'J The Busy Bees 4-H Club offic-
DAY OR NIGHT_ and this testimonial be ers for this year are Marty Howes
and Joan Chauncey, presidents:
spread thereon, and a copy
LIVE OAK BRANFORD same be furnished to his family, Jeaale May Linden vice president
Democratbe : Walt Platt secretary: ; Bandy -
the Suwannee
and that
362-3333 935-4100 asked to publish the same Chauncey, council delegate: :
Committee: Avon Hicks Jr., reporter; John
J. B. DANIELS JR., L.F.D. Jack M. Cross 8r launders, song leader; and Pam
J. D. Carmichael 'latt and Don Reed. recreation I
Z. Bonda esders.
Johnnie '

Enrollment High

According to latest figures from .
Fertilizer ServiceSPREADER the U. 8. Office of Education.
Complete Florida secondary schools have
10,437 teachers and enrollment of
488,937. and the staU's elementary -
SERVICE CUSTOM APPLICATION schools have 23.457 teachers
and enrollment of 654.$45.
I Company Owned and Operated Bulk Transport, Prompt

Delivery Service, Credit Terms Extended So That Due Date Will Miss Beth Ann Ltpprr' spent I fy n \eun
the week end with Louise. Fay,
Coincide With Customers Sales. and Joyce Hayes

Mr and Mrs. Jorgtn Bromn
of Live Oak visited! Mr. and Mrs.
ASK ABOUT OUR CASH DISCOUNT Drew Holmes Friday eight

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trraslrt New CAmB SS iH Sport/C..jw-
QUALITY PRODUCTSMIXED were business visitors In Moultrie, wit+ cU-tnlftid ell...,.Body fcy/wbr.
Oa.. Monday.
FERTILIZER Wallace Holmes of Jacksonville
ANHYDROUS AMMONIA SEED I was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
NITROGEN SOLUTIONS MOREA-LIQUI-FEED Drew Holmes Saturday, by ChevroletTwo

We now have in Live Oakan new Super Sport beauties Both Cherrfe S3 396 model ride on

help AA Group ready to for '66-a hardtop and convertible a special flat-cornering chassis. A fully

you.WRITE propelled by nothing less than the synchronized 3peed transmission with
I floor-mounted sUck shift it standard. Or
new Turbo-Jet 396 V8.
I P. O. Box 591, you can order 4-sperd or POwerflMe.
WARDFERTILIZER UVE OAK This remarkably efficient power plant -also Strato-bucket front seats center
OR CONTACT YOUR with aircraft-type valves, deep-breath' console and full S3 instrumentation.
Physician or Minister Ing ports and other design advance, Your Chevrolet dealer's b the place to
develops 325 hp in the standard ae. how an this faa from behind t the
version. And you're. welcome to order wheeUIe's a irratbelirvcr
more Ia 360-hp version-if you're. in Jettinf the customer
I USE so inclined. handle the merchandise. ...,....

f COMPANYPhone FUCO See the new '66 Chevrolet Chevelle,

Chevy n, Corvair and Corvette at your dealer's
935-2101 Branford, Florida Brand -..-... .... ... ....._.._... ... .. --



East Howard St. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA PIMM 3&2-a7. .



I iaoNi PAIOO" PALaY..LIII .d I 1NOSOtf *.4 4o -rlkol ta Deed Book oMoroUl* .....u..e ., fellow.That *'
I Branford PersonalsMr. stave, It o* pan II*. *.4 nil Roll. in
NeW From Branford WILLIAMS a4 aooooo HENRY J.WILLIAMS. hell llirar !. ss CxUrlr 4lro.. serIals ,.... af ..... Irlnt
I KNGSTROM ar.4poato .
RORRRT Uo 10* loot I.b. *Mior of .
RNOSTROM ... .... ht the Seat halt ..t5.. Real half
VIRGIN!* M. : .t. n4rr Male lit! (.. "?* .
1 R. V. HUTCMINOON end 515. !. Northerly. 4lrortln 17* fort of th* Nortkoa.1 Quart of the
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By MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH and Mrs. W. D. Fletcher Carolina. Northood
)wartr (EH: of RH ofNRH
8IR K. HUTCHINOftON.: an4 All Pw kwt the. West .'01. .' R/W of S.....
visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crlbbs Mr. and Mrs O M. Murray and sans Cia,."' Any E.,.,., ....... TNI.or Sad lit I* an Iran i| IS.S.oth (LII. of NEIL. of..Bottle T_l...
Towaikl T
.al''PI (I) South
and family In Miami over the: family and Charles Kilpatrick at- lntoro.1 lo. or Uoo. Up.s tk. RoalPwportr Mrurr of Iko Lin* .
Ron .. ,
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H. Dartbd. *r Amy Pmporlyi Ikroc .. ".'" *. .
Perry Geigers Have BUCCANEER week end. Mrs. L. A. Sims return tended homecoming services at T.......', alp, 4lrorllm t. mini of h..|lni>lnfSrollna Tallahaaoo* Mnldl..d. ,K* NatS.Seat .
Uuartorof the Nortkvoal
IPt1. GirlMr. ed home with them after an extended the Oak Drove Baptist Church I D.r.adanta. .T. T.w.iklp. t Sash' Rant. tor NWH of NWW> of guar.*..
New Baby II
visit with Mr. and Mrs. near Lake City Sunday NOTICE TO APPEAR list. Ro (T). Townaklp' Tw*
and Mrs. Perry Oelger of STATE OF flORlDATO 111) South.. Rant. roar{.." (IIct &....
BULLETINBy Crlbbs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams l ASA HOPKINS ai4 pss.s. A lrl..ntul.r-.h.... plo, "f .*.. wool of aa4 a4jaoM to U. Hltk.war .
Arcadia announce the birth of a' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones left and son of Lakeland visited relatives If Isis,. a.4 If orailth lorit4 I* the SEW .f ,.. NEtS ofNS Ifs. ... ......,.... .... pars
Sunday October ."...... ".1... ...__ troator*. :*. nf ...,... II. T........ I IM.l...Ir kr GRID BEARINOa. .-.4
!ID daughter. 10'j Monday for a two week trip to here over the week end. or olkrr ./....'" ...... tk.* salt ASA I ........ Rant* II Rut, M4 the SWof .1....... a* fallow. i Hurt al tko
The baby ha been named Branford Betas Hot Springs, Ark. and other I R HOPKINS ... ._.., the NWof NW <4 of 11.'tl..J..-,.... t. N........' ...... of ....,... It.
Laura Oeiger. The students of Branford High that ....11 ko ......... or xkonrla. S. Tovuklp t East T .... R.HE.. end ,.... ... .. I*
points of Interest. W. CRAWFORD, ... .......*. _' In SuwoiDM sea- 41- IIW.. 114.11 foH lo S OM.lark .
h Mr. Geiger la the son of Mrs. A. aeem to have survived the ordeals Mr. and Mrs. Paul Orenham 4.11 Club Meeting If II".".. ... at *..... tko ...... ...1... ,.....1.1.* ...... nor* or k... Iron pip* ,"'k. MI .. Ik* .....
C Geiger of Branford and former of six weeks tests. Most of us are I ..",laooa, ....,_, .. ..,... lolmaata I sad 4....,.... noro p.nl.....t, ky I .t ,.,......... of ... IhiH. of wovoa
and family of Tallahassee spent .*.... tk.. said R, W. CRAwFoRD sad ..*... ... ko..Hd. sa '..II....: C'_' wlro, foarlat. raaalat ...,.rip sad
principal of Branford High School. breathing sighs of relief that they the week end visiting Mr. and Discusses Fair Booth .5..*. ... list hall ...".... ., Ik. NW ....... of Rr.. oo.th.rlr. <.r,4 *f which:. the Pla.
Mrs. Geiger left here Saturday are finally over and we now can The Branford 4-H Club met K. ._... or *!......., AMANDA tlss ,. T..ehl loath...,... II.",. II I Csadlnste..r.: a-_1.414.114* aa44il.l4l
Mrs. W B. Thomas and family. I BIRD sad ....... ... _. Ifll .. sad ran I' .ot' Itu ai-l. for .' point of
for a two week visit with her IOn go back to being our jovial selves. Mrs. W. R. Hill and Mrs. R. O Monday night at 1:30: p.m. In the .tr... ... If 4oa4, tk.. ........ ...1.., I ."hint Ik. WM ko....rf of ...14ortlo t.( *,i,.. T5. :.. r.a :. l s IT' l "
redId and daughter-in-law and her new The teachers have taken a deep First Baptist Church. Plans were I 4...._, creator*. or otaor rlolaiaall4or t.l.S fart M .. Iron pipe W. ..... tko Ha. of said. far
Griffith attended a luncheon of .. Ik.. war. AMANDA BIRD aa4OHM. .IM. (1/4" dl.. .) din.. l...| with. ..*.11 foal, theses ... ...,......
granddaughter breath and are trying to prepare the Tallahassee Woman's Club discussed: for the 4-H Club boothat tkal. ihallao Ik* *.rf.r. of the. ffo.n4 .. Ik* ,..1,. ... .. th* ar* af the *.rr.
us for the next tests. the Suwannee County Fair' 4om .*4 or otk.r. ....1 l ANDREW ....'11 ........., of Ik. propane ,... I.h.. ,.... I',.. Ill fMt l* a
last Thursday. JACKSON OinnS ... ._... _; orly .w 4 kr Ik. riorM Kmorf onry ..IsL, (of wkkk.. tko. PI... Coor4lK.lr. .
We are all enjoying football Mrs Tom Minter 8r. of Branford Fifteen" members were present. If 5.1..d. If ..... tko ........ kolr. Tip. Ll.* CoMMiiy. fn m *itrkolnl arot l.4llllir end
BUGS season and we would like to wish Refreshments were served. "*1_, traxloM, or otkor rtalm.nilrr .... 1 .f W. ..ln.l.. run North U' ya|",... IS'). wileS. INS' S. t.
11ro accompanied by Mrs. Bill tk* said. ANDREW: JACKMONGIBRS -IT EMI .lo.. Ik* MHth. kwiiimry, If I.M W, Ufa* foal f,.. ,her
(CentlnBcd From Fate 9)> the boys lots of luck In their' coming Mr. and Mrs Johnny Ooff and .. ..k ..
Smith of Madison and Mrs. C. L. aa4 ._.*. list .11 *> OWHItMod IM.t tart an rorodlat point. Time r as .. /*
put on a sustained drive for M games. We congratulate themon Mrs. Phillip Hall are leaders for ko .......*.. *r .......tai. WILLIAM ln>. pipe uko err 4ta. .1 Mt ....1 iK.. iii.li teal to s pole
Johns of Live Oak. left Sunday on KERREY sad .555.e. Ifllvl.l ..Itk. the > Jtr yards in 10 plays to the Bucca- their past victories and would a trip to the mountains In North the group. aa4 If dad.. Ihs. ....sws Min. ,.. ... North. 41* ...' Ws.lt/ I rltkt-of.wa. ofJ.. 5. Hithwaf II*
neer three yard line where holder like to see six more. a 4. ,appoalt. the ....,.. .f a ..a.... Isaslat
scored both the touch- soda the. said WILLIAM KERREY aoiltkal set lrol with the. avrfao of whisk. point, the riao. Co..rJI...t.ar ..
again .teas. shall I tk* |romi4 U tk* llo. of win. a I4>l.lllr sad >-4tIII .
down and extra point for a 20-11 F1IA Mrs. Minter Host Housekeeping Tip I I. d..nsed er .........., I. c. OALLAHER fo .* Ik. .... kmlii4ary. nfIk. .'..1. T.... ... N. .1' 4f' U'
: sad ........ If property of P. B. CANNONi I R. ..... .
margin. The Branford Chapter of the Club Cut down on cleaning and polishing (Ii..... and If dead, she. ...."..* .k.lra, ,..... oumk. 4* >..' EMI ateMM .. 111.144 %0.1'lo'RT'lal.rMrtloii
To cinch things Sanches Intercepted Future Homemakers of America Bridge chores by storing accessories 4..loa. ........, or otlior rl.lio.aautor ..... Ii.. till teaM tii Iron wish. tko. I''.. of ..... wire ,......
...< Ik.* MM. J. C. QALLAHKR a4 '"* ..... **l .*..1 with ,... a.r. ras51!* wrotorly (of .
Miller's pass on the Bran- had Its first meeting Monday Mrs T. D. Minter 8r. enter and bric-a-brac that need ........ ... list. .H.IIo ire of ik. ......1 'h.... North. PaiM CooHlnoto: aro 1IlttaIS' :o'/.

ford 28 yard line and raced Into night. Oct. 10. talned the Wednesday Afternoon special attention. A few decorative I .o .._... or .,........, M. M. BLACK.RITRN S,. .11' CM tl S Carl I* Ik.. palm, sell p'lsaIII41) T..*...
a4 Ifllvlni. I .f Wl. ,.lllr.f.ALSO. ran .. II* II l." W, ....* tko.
Club last week at her home
the end tone with Holder driving Officers elected for the coming Bridge never tarnish and rust. ar,4 /r4. Ik.* .ilk*..* Aare. Its..1 said f..... ,".11 fM t* the.

over tackle for the point and a year were: Brenda Barnett. In Branford. Seasonal flowers resistant stainless steel serving ....... ....,.**, *r ..... .1......... A psrl *f Ik* NW<4 *fRorlloii point of .ktloart.You. .
..4r the MM M. M. ItM'K ftllllN .** T. Tow... South,
the kip I
used at In *
27-13 ,tctorJ.BCCCANEEU'. president; Sandra Terry vice were points dishes are multipurpose and can 55.M. list ik>llk 14 East a4 Kak. .. Too, ar* .ntlflwlIkal .
president; Carolyn Scarborough living room. I I serve Indoors and out with no .M *M4. *r .(.k....., VICTOR M 4M.rlk4 I'ii-r.i: : sell U *"|., till, lo the BOOT..
TALE bridge Mrs. W, KNIGHT to* IftUlm. Ik* NW Mraor of ,.. satS. I/// 5.t been flkM atalaal
Indlvidsal Beccre'sRCSUINQ secretary; Kathy Griffith treasurer Playing were fear of breakage.. s.d: If ..r'i: ., Ik. NW'* of Ik* NWH of MM .... :-"r-"C. ro.Hlro4 to aor.
- ; Kathy Jo Watson degree Hill. Mrs. S. L Townsend ".*!_. |r*..t_. or olkr .1.l ........ tlM. T. MM point *f koilaalot. .k*. s **pr of roar A....r or oik.** oof. -
R. M. Bryant. Mrs. Lois R'I .... Ik* MM VICTOR H. KNIGHt.54 Im .k>rt4 a...lk. I 4oaro .l .>!.. .... lo lbs. fwoplolnl. ... tk* pl.'..
Trim Y4s. Avg. TD chairman; Peggy Fletcher, parliamentarian ........ Ike. .hell .IM a... Ut..1 new the. NW tiff* .u...., J. M. HRARN. P. O. BIM. ..
; Karen Roberts student Mrs. J. W. Pittman. Mrs R. ... .._.... .. .,.._...)- 0. GOU saran of aM. SO>|... f, lkoo.. 1... Ill. Fh rMa, sad ,... 'tko
Braafwtf Griffith. Mrs. Fred Jones and. Public Notices STEIN md .5. If .*.lk. t 4.trM *l MlMtM a.., orlfloal. In the. offlr. ., th* (..... oftho
I II US council representative; Jan lltn. M4 .I1. ; oV4: Ik* ..k..... k...rt.l III trey 'h._ Nash I* 4orrH rirll, Court I* .... for II......*
Cheney et Howell. pianist; and Carol Mra. Bill Simpson of High '.*l 1.,**, ....,_. w ..!.!.. l.lmmu II .,..,.. a.., lit f.... to Ik.* C.anlr. ,........ .* or .kofor liOt
t H IM r Ik.. MM. 0. 01/1,05TRIN lea l.* .,....... ......
:Miller Girls the Springs. ::> :s.1: Wart tin. *f the 1'1.' .' of ..* ., lj tk* aln. af
tee 11 41.19 I Phillips, reporter. on IN THe CIRCUIT COURT or THE: .... list Shay 5.54 N. 11he...- Nertb sold Cooipklni. will o* tak.** .. I55feared. .
social committee Include Oretchen Mrs Simpson won the high THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND k* *m..4 or Mkvrvlwi. MARTIN ds.,... If nt155155 ben 5tea. ..IJ .
Np.1tetT1 and score prise. FOR SUWANNIK COUNTY. FLOR TARARALLn s.d .":n M. If w.., .,.h' .f .s, II... at said, Read WITNESS air ...... 5I Clork. *f said,
IUId.r U 111 4.M I Howell. Charlene Suggs IDA. IN CHANCERY 11,15. ssd If >M4, :* unkMvii; ;.1... T1I f... h the Nerlh. It.. .115.. Clrmll Co.rt ., ........ Cooalr.
Kathy Fletcher Mrs. Minter served her guests DOROTHY 1IIII'ATalnUIUK.; : ds.N55551 ... or aha pltwssn. Seals litSIMNWy.1Ii.NW1a.f florloo. asd tko Boat of said Co.rl al
Base 9 117 II.* 1 native of coffee and cake. rialatlff. 554.r lk. MM MARTIN CARARAIIO MM ROIIMMI, T. lk>":r* balk. IS Iss Oak. Florins. oo Ik* Ink. day of
Mrs. Gerald Hicks a s.d comM. _. ._ Ik.I shell ieplswhar. A D, IfU.
UiKhes II SS *MGrtsrn 1 4o.roM II .. *. Wed atom. Ik* ,
Holland gave a fascinating talk ARTHUR LEONARD JM.INKK, k* dressed. or MkwwlMi MAXIMOOONSALCS North lid. of MM SashA / of Ik* I.. A. SESSIONS
<< I I It / Pef" ..'. 14 .**.... If NWH of Ik. NWH Its,""f M| I* Ideal' Ctrk. of tko. rir.oll. Coartrl
on Industries, living conditions The Pep Club's officers art NOTICE NIs.! *o4 If dead Ik. ........ ...1... Ik. point af hothinliit.AIJIO. 1.11I".4
rASSDiO and weather In her native coun Billy Donett. president; John TO ARTHUR LJCONARtr JEUNCK.wkoo : .., ,5555 ., er elh., .l.lntss'. ...."" t.****.
Qrooo ......, s.br Ike said 545150 GONIAI.R5 A of Ik NEH: .....
Alt Ceap. Int.T4s.TD try. It seems the teenagers of Holland Lacquey, vice president; and Betty R.p.r.fead roaMoao P55a.ylssh* I* I s.d ._... ..,- _. list dell Berthm II. Too parl>.." t Baulk.* ..:*

Branfer finish high school and college Lee secretary. Sponsors Mr. YOU ASS tiniesT NOTIFIED: list. k* 4r*>... or .,........| BIMON CON- II Kaal I Ira. III ....... .'.....,
I ....., ...... ...oort SALES ..4 ....... ______. ITH I
kM riorMa. a4 des
Coo for 0' MOM Patllr.larly
Miller 1 I I 1Cbntfy In five years Instead of our Terry. Miss Butterfield. and Mra. ... II>, my'I f_ k.>. ..... f...4aiaraal .k.. >*4 IT -.. Ik.. ....... ....... Mrlk4 .. ,,, .i p.iln.lix: alP t Trailer Harbor
S 1'11' accustomed eight. Owen have been providing en r. a4 ro. ar* .....1... t* 4..1 loM, (r.lil.... or otkcr ..talm..Ur .,l.| MI Ik* KM ll.. of said ....
of the meeting art'. a OOM ., r... ..._ or otkor .... Ik* MM. SIMON OON1AIKI .ii4ko .... II. II* foot Booth. of tk* N.nk.WM FOR MOBILE HOMES
NewberryGetlen At the Close couragement. ........ .. tko. Coaialalol. .. tk. ..lal.. 55 15 V ,.'Di K''! s..1 a..5., se salt SNItM" pea
I I 1 IS I were served by Carolyn HIT \4-.... I. A".... .......*. 4M> >w4.. or. MkonrTMl.. 7. O. ... SashS. IS ...... IS w i.. STATE: APPROVE AND
4 IfHthic.
.M 1 I I I I Scarborough and Carol Can- JUNIOR MAGAZINE SALE Jr. r.til..O.tk Boa* orWI.d 111. Ur. Ok.. or Ftorl4a.aaj oikor. ,, ..4 If ..... Ik* n....... ......, froM!|It IkMr fMl*S Boolkmly ht.kM lo a at.* ..lillit* >al4* IN8TCCTEDPATIOB

non. The Junior Class held Its annual ...*.... .. Iko offlo* of tk. Clork. ofta 4...loM, tr.*lon, or Mk.r rtalH. ..ni>. f.... III ,..,. dor or k..., to S ron EACH
.... .. '_. ..4.r tk* MM. 4. Q. DirKERWIN ..4MUO. ....
RECEIVING: magazine sale from Sept n. Oo.rt of "" ** o* C' '". point okkk IIM fl art I I" T1AILIJBPACE
DorMa. oo or oofor NomoiWr .. u... list' shall Bontli I* ..._ II lnalM, WMIof
Caveat T4a. TD riP CLt'1l Ito Oct. 4. The total sales wen If ro. fall t* .. oo. Dorroo fro Coo.foio k* 4.....*4s. ahepwlsal I. 4. Mo 5 ."' .. In Ihs. Sail II.. .. MM nxcriioNR: AND
.,.. ...., DANIEL ..4 MM, ..,, .,.-_ IfM _,... .
shin .h. I .I' fMu.lk CAULK
BraatotfLf of Branford making this of the will o* roo for .1. : TV AVAILAIILBCornvr :
The cheerleaders 9109.14 one t.f. s.d If 4 Ik.. ..... .. ..
MM ware MMa44 to tko Coa>...,.L *> 55 of Iko N..,_., ._.. ofMM
S IS INewWrry High helped to organise some 70 record years. Approximately 1290 Tilt Ik Ortooor, 111. d..lar.! lie frM' **. or tkr talNMMU4M Bortloni" 1 tk*... Norik. 55 ... *f RrjrMii Ml. Sri
n-u 1 4 The be 'I I.AVAUGNN A. SMSinNSClork .> > MM C. i. M.IIANIItl. ,.*4 .root II ..l..... EMI fl Cast I h. N. Ann Are..
Club. will
students Into a Pep of this amount kept by ,
lkl .k.H
of too Chas ,'..rt e5 ii rko. to said .!>.. to tk* East 5saet
club's goal Is to furnish pep for< the class. This with proceeds from .._.... 0...",. ,....... .. otkorwlMi.... J. r. DALaiW.PLR MM Rorllonl 1 ,._.. H.... I des HOWARD WRIGHT
Strtpla" 1 SS I school. will be&I'd for the Br I, Ullia..4) sad esp. N aro* .*l ....,.. weal 1111 tart Own.r and 01t0ft1er
the athletic team sot the the play N.w..sd dead. Ik.* .....* ....... .
Pt'NT.NG The club uses such means of Junior-Senior Prom and other 11.11 DN./r CISAIN d..ls.e.. ....,-. .r Min ...,.... lo Ik* .*!11 ol onloalof.Tk 3A2.130J
.sde. 55. 5511 ,. P. DAI. '"PI.a ... : 1
rta ... .",. boosting the teams energy as cowbells clue expenses : ........ I5., ..."1 af.f.oM _l property U nor* -- --
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Bra**..* a bugle their own basle High salesmen were Kathy THIN: junieui'telCVRlr1RIDA.IN a* 4o>oa.o4 or .(.......) alATTIR L.H.rao .
DSLM T M PLR s.d *
n.*ii I' siNewbcrrr enthusiasm, and yelling with th.erw.t'itadera Griffith with tilt31 and Kathy AND ro CHANCSRV IUWANNH" COUNTYIN *.4 If .. tko :.aTaoo>B"kolra.

at pep rallies. and Jo Watson with IIIUS. Eleven: NAVY RIU5 ...4ULUAM dANare 'M'Am; 1./wsnh.
o4or to salt DAIJIMf.PtB
ancbei I' 41 camel I. members of the elsie sold I3S or M. iU I" kl* .rtaUtlffa.ASA'NOPKINS .?.. ao4 Iy.... ik.i .mT"O"N
5. oWo 4 ; -at--
and will receive > > TRI
more prises ... ____ sal ._... N S. TNIIMP.MN FOR SALE
The Juniors thank I each one _._**... I. If Hrra*. ... If ..... Iko .ako.oioVvloro
Ri> o4
a. w.LAw> .. .
: ..
bI55' .raotoo. or el.int.sell -
who helped tneta make this an .
AMANDA 0151) .d
s hAMU5gw .... .
tko aM TRIIIR, TtlourRON
When You Shop of Recommend To = JA'kSlN 1555 ..
outstanding ftar.rlCTtau, ... H. TNOMPMIN thai
5.4 55. L' w11..55LRKSti ,,, ,
spell ko aWoo.o4 or _, .! FAWOR.
Friends Please Indude These Home Town s.. sea OAMVMPLR ... ._... _,_-, atk !COx200 highway 129 frontage 'between new home
TAKEN I. C: GAlJ.Allla <.>.. .... If oo 4, Ik. ....... ......,
j ...-. .5511... ........,
r 5. ; of Mst *
Jon W. Peter spent the day ..
Proceued Items aLA.-IU' 554. YICTURM. .5 ...... tko **I4 PA5C111. DAIRf MPI.R North Florida Production Credit Association and
at school Wednesday taking Individual sed shall

I pictures of students and aN10M-a. UHltl'" ... bd.waAsr.l.ei; i'w11. Julian' desirable 4 block
; I.IAMs. ... ._.. N Mav WILLIAMS. Antique Shop. Very
'teachers. The picture were taken W ...., sad If ..... Ik* s..
FROZEN MARnN CARASALU* M* ., k.... Sewn. M....... oikor .
: a little earner this yes In order 5Aa1MWNSALSRC m ut *r City Hall high and dry plenty parking apace,
elslnt.sl..eds. Ik.. MM r.MNIBWIIIIAM '
10-oc. Bos WHITE ACRE: brand PEAS with MAPS
ta facllltau the work of the re55w, .
an. .
I\o oIb.. Bag WHITE ACRE: brand PEAS with ENAPB20os. J, Q Dtcalasliw a.7 WILLIAMS ik.i .k.ll MM. *k d..sar55
nasal staff and In hope that thou *
Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand WHTTB: PEA Mkor*l RimtRT kMrwtmi" 4ponoa.
>: **
J0-o. Bag ARCTIC CIRCLE: brand BLACK tTB PEASIHlb students who want to have the 4 ..D""..... ... -l"ia IrrFli ,, VISlllNIA M. KNIWfROM. It Will sell my store building and Groom, 2 bath house,
larger aises framed for Christmas ;;r-- II..... M4 M 4..... Ik* ..._.. ....*.
45,5.5.. .
Snap. I giving win have ample time to do lTATTl"u DAUITklPlB 5.d .;r,'; 5THUMrwiM Ik*frloM MM ROKKBT, or Mkor KNiirTMOM(kllw.Rl.4or ISO ft. frontage or will net I new tan brick building

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so. ... __ M B. THVMF< kM k.ll k .__
I v,* NIT*H''II..N or 5d MkorvlMi* .". 2200 ft. floor space, 200 ft frontage, good) deal to

CANNED MtlB R. NimNINIMMIM.. If llrlo*.
I .4 of 4oo4. Ik* sshs..s kolr*, desk right party, will consider financing,
oooo ciousTMAa orrra MO*, .* or Mow. |*IMO< .4 rIk
Mb. Can WHITE ACRE: brand PEAS with SNAPS MODERN I MM : .. MttTI MiNfiwiM .:4POOM.

1-lb. Can LE-KO: brand FRESH: BOILED PEANUTS. : HV4UIIR I. MVT1 NINUotllf.: that
AERIAL koM ko 4iiiMi or MkorvtM *o4 All
POTOOM ,'..... A>r ....'.. Rtekl..
APPLICATIONSpraying THI*. or ltoro>,I*, or lk. Upo.. ik* JULIAN E. CROSS
Country llama Country Bacon Country Seusase Keel r..r.nr. Morol |ioo....... or sap
for* T1.r SC. 5.51Seels.N..I

Produced And Processed In The Suwann River Valley s..I a. Dusting. FertiUslflg
./. Mel .bo* plooI
Iko SMIB**| 1555.5./ ..r..t.U .

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service to help you do exactly the Incredible lengths of drought or
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at the State as a whole, not at your good foundation In lime. gram. That why you owe It to
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you Intend to cultivate. This program cost you nothing and takes little of good, hard look.
does not confine Itself lust to fertilizer your time for Sonico to tell you, for explain how the
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necessary to make your crops yield program. Certified
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