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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 24



Vote Set Tuesday On 1 __ Two Congressmen In County $14,815 Paid For Prize




Five Amendments


Road Bond Issue At Stake 11 1I (Cattle In Heifer SaleHancock



Suwannee County voters will go to the polls Tuesdayto ,

join other Florida citizen in expressing their opinionson

five state constitutional amendments proposed by the It New President 30 Buyers Pay

1965 Legislature, including the $300-million road bond ,

m I program to four-lane 1,241 miles of primary roads being
puanea L oy_ uovernor _nurns.Th _. Businesses In Suwannee County For 42 Head(

polls In Buwannee County At the 1965 Youth Heifer
will be open from 7 a Jn. to 'T pm. Cited At Chamber BanquetLamar
Sale the heifers
Wednesday
according to Clerk of the Circuit
'Effflbl
Court Lavaughn Sessions. The Hancock was elected president of the Suwan. entered in the Youth Show

only chant In location of the nee County Chamber of Commerce for the 1965.66 year the previous night broughta

WWI lash* C. Waaswecthi precincts .U the Dowllng Part at the annual meeting and banquet Wednesday night in total of $1 t.tl15 for the
precinct now In the new Advent the high school cafeteria. young boys and girls who

f' Tuesday's vote. Christian The Buwannee Home Civic Democrat Center.and .iTI Also I at the banquet, .awards were presented to the I raised the animals to be
Voters ot florida are beint I winners in the Suwannee valleyYouth prlie-wlnnlng beef speci
the Board of County Commissioners

urged to to to the polls Tuesday. Heifer Show and certificate ward obtaining the Duroo Con. mens.A .
endorsed the road bond
be held In Live
I' November J, and express approval -- -- of appreciation went to treat meeting to more-than-capacity crowd
of five proposals program. Amendment Pour on theballot businesses In Llv Oak who Oak In January, a bus service attended the male In the Con-
or rejection last week. This week tM U.S. Representative Charles Bennett, left, and ilea P.qM many *
would change the constltu- hart contributed to what outtoln from her to North Florida Jun. PletWorth Building to see auctioneer -
-
that :
Live Oak Jaycees endorsed the flank Rev. r.....' Carter Advent ChrbUan HMM Ruperinteneleat, ior Collets for local students, and
Uon of this itate. Each of the Chamber President L. M. W H. Buddy) Clark stimulate -
measure at the llecne* building dedication Sundry (OenMerat Staff Phato) held In
the Tobacco festival con
.
five measures baa proponents andopponents. Crewi called the "upswing of 8uwanne the buyers' circle for an aver
Amendment One on the ballot Junction with the Live Oak Jay
County economy"New age of IM114 per bead for then
i This newspaper for years has .Is a proposal to establish an additional 700 Attend Advent Christian Home Chamber ot Commerce coca among the projects.Mattoi heifers in the show and sal,
Court of Appeal In the Mlnel
Ward recognised
aid editorially and otherwise that President Hancock .U a member Qroas tales In this second annual *
eentral area of the state Plorlda
there just to no such thins a* an of the Board of County Commls* Produce Company for providingfeed sale were well ever the |10,-
now has three Courts of App-. .
Civic Center Dedication at the fair for all the cattle
unimportant election. Unless we Sunday .loners and war first vice pre l- 120 raised for 31 entries m the
and the case-load Increase In the .
I See C11AM IER: Pat II
make the effort required by election dent of the Chamber during 1964. > net contest The average sal
participation we can and will but few years has been t caws Congressman Charles Bennett of Jacksonville returned U. r.-------: last year, |3d' 20. was a little
of much delayed court action On
are this democratic form of government to the Advent Christian Home in Dowllng Park Norman O ProUman. former more than the ladle figure,
the
so many Americans The appellate fifth Amendment!level. Sunday afternoon for the first time in 20 yean to deliver Chamber director and owner of Mallet Ward, chairmen of the

bousht and have preserved thru win exempt mobile hornet proposed and the dedicatory_address for the Home's new cafeteria Radio Station WHIR: war elected event, said that he felt both the
L tKe yean with blood and teexra.daappear (lee VOTE Pate II and civic center building. the new first vies prelldfna.I I show and sal were a bit success.
from this land of free Approximately '700 friends of Mattoi Ward, chairman of the Non of the betters brought less

dom. the Home from this and other Youth Heifer Show and Bale was than 9300 In the auction.
That we have the kind of government I FSU '/to/to/ ; Rolltt areas attended the dedication matter of ceremonies at th* ban The grand champion a homegrown
we deaerve some believe. ceremony under clear windy quet. lie Introduced Clarence Hereford entered by ..n

I have on numerous occasion .t f 'V"' skies, to enjoy a chicken dinner Ratllff. main speaker who urged Club member Ralph Smith was

said the kind we permit. Perhaps .. .. ,f.\. '"" .\_'_ and hear combined choirs from the approximately. 150 people) w r sold te Suwanne Puking Company
the word deserve better flU the ,\ Jf.. Jacksonville Advent Christian present to participate In the helf ) .l" for 1780. The reserve grand

aaorUlce so many have made top .1 ". churches before Bennett's address er auction which followed the wI champion Hubert Severance's
.
'elerrs free elections. American v \ .' on the At of Spiritual Oppor banquet. Angus was bought by Chevrolet' .
boys win die in VW Nam Tue** I .y rr. Unity.CcntTMaman. RatUff. who spoke In plan of dealer Marshall Coker for ISn, Y 1

day we can enJoy freedom.It p i Bennett, a per W, .... Clark who was unable t.* ,. I Clarence Rslllff. Plortda Rock ,
seems to me the few minutes ...j"J1erWa aonal friend of the anonymous attend the banquet. Mid that UM I Products, the first National Bank
needed to vote It such s small donor of the spacious building a-H and PTA younssters deserved and tee Branford Heifer Club

price for us to pay for the sacrifice 1 drew art analogy between the a rood price for the effort (business. men from Branford)
and devotion of the American Buwannee River, which borders they put Into raising pr r.wln. rto bought three heifers apiece In the

f men and women worthy for freedom the II.... and th person who nlnt cattle. sal. .
_In an tirt*.of the world. 1t provided far the- new cmutrn Craws, in hU annual report Those buying two heifers ta*
tout u* said that both th* river I noted some of the eontrttraUons elude North Melts Production
The five questions Mine axeseotad and the donor grew from humble mad to the economy here thru Credit Association the Commer.
to the voters of Florida beginnings to become worM-fsm Chamber suck lie cited work to LAMA HANCOCK I da Bank. North Florida Tito'lowland. -

actually have little or no impact oua. phone .Camp'ny. zed Idwud

en the people of Buwannee: County. It was th first time the contreeaman .' .
Then why should we vote from Plot-Mai eVcond Rotary Club Calf Scramble Nets Other buyer* were Ad Allen
I think we owe It to other parts District had vWUd th Horn Morrl Edwards: of marks. Henry

of this treat state to see that since he spoke si a previous o>..1.$ Ward. WNCR radio station Roy
they have an opportunity to have cation foUowtnt World War ... Dairy Calves For Ten 4.11 Members) Hudson of Branford Owldimtal

the type government they d** Bennett laid that moral and Corp J. a Odin Wlnn-mi...
ores permit .r want Pew question spiritual force, are not mass) The tenth annual notary Club Calf Scramble heldat Town and Country Motor, Ward
ef a local nature ever reach movements, but depend on the the County Fair Friday afternoon was a boon to ten Pertlllser Co. Jo Illusion and

Ue ballot until a then dlacua* Individual He also attributed 4-11 youngsters, who won young dairy cows for hauling 'Cons Buwannee Valley las Co.,

lion of the proa and eon la had kith moral" character tohe wild calves weighing from 200 to 300 pound. under a sign llngson Brothers farmers ).Iu.

and few members of the hrsleda* vulldlnt's donor to the dallfhtsd amuame>nt of.__ apeetators.. ual Kichanse.: Buwanne* Demo
tare would stick out their Decks -- Brat Allbrltton Brother. Parra
t- Alfred Atrth. lont-tim stunt Winners In the event wen: -- --- ------ -
for a mearar unpopular with the ey f or led Home and member of Paul Gamble of the Lucky Otter and Larry and Danny Reeves, era Implement (., fhtwannM
people they represent. Thus '" the ClUsens Advisory Board. In. ..11 Club; Dennis Y uns. Will Wong '-11 Club Block Ce., and UcMullen Fond

can seaitm.. I think that where II'odIlC'Jtdhe' speaker, Horn "". Ins Worker; Stanley Crlbbs, Each of th ten '-II winners Bank.
the chairs appttea only to a a*** pertntcndrnt Rev. Pomeroy Cart Pine Drove, Ronald Smith signed a contract atreelnt/ to en. .

ment of ,0iUI state that part elPortda ef presided at the event Shamrock: Cloven; Leroy tee, let the dairy calve they won in
would Uke th* Chans*. OontreaMitan Dun Puqua' aU Mike Dunn and Danny and n>nny the County ..11 Dairy Clew M*| Suwannee Team
Slaie l'uwvdhja Clsde.l Orewn, T1-la. Itltl.,1. Ittnded and wu recognised' durInt > Denton of the Beulah Club; year si th lair, accordlnjl to
Amendment number en oa thebaHo4wouMpanr.il ....... has .......,. featvrevi aanatg aiswr ..... ibis aim with the program Assistant. County Agent Pied De 5 Counties
mhbWhmnt Dsv Bwek ./ SaUBrt sVaek aM Beveety Malraberf .f Newta A M-mlnute concert by the Van. Tops
of a fourth appellate court m this ..yraa I" *.... R.0L' combined ehotr preceded lbs Lit Oak l'lfuf Th Rotary Club has furnish

state to relieve the crowded dock program directed by Mn. Ruby Opens Next Thursday ad IM tan** during tile ten vei" In Dairy Show
et of the court now sen-nt th IJete. Members guidance com
they have sponsored th event to
Shiners Will FSU Circus f.-I ***>i.lnf W Live Oak
central of the staM.aome Sponsor
part suttees of focal elsie. troupe pteaa In*, s..e.p.lnt -**.. 4-11 member. IteVan said Hev. The Suwann County 4-lf
years ago the people of served the dinner on th ground" Dairy Ahw's lop five winners
.n of the 14 cows In led dairy
vrttt W nest Th.e.day al tl*
Honda by action similar to that And Colorful Parade This A eoenmunlty greeting was ,I.. took brat honors five
to b taken Tuesday granted ..- SaturdayThe a ak, sunk ,..._.*.! at tfc. show this peat had bran Calf amont
I
,
W
en by Oeort* harmony prel Scramble prlsrs. snwntiMi In the DUirtat. pour
.
.
Plies KaM V M.Tk
t*mgt? for appellate court In dent of are Home's board of director Dairy Shaw al the County Pair
famous Florida State University Student Circus, DeaMrrst win have fall During the past three year, Dv
.
this Three were avtabUahed
Plying High which has been featured on national television *. er4e ., lk. ews.lnemnand Vane .said all lb. salv. given .last PrW.y mornlntBuwann .
has fawn
and their worth '
feet.any Th Advent Home which cares sway have .been retUtered.Th *** team eompovd ef
and on a European tour. Is coming to town. bmM.o. al the PUta In
accepted U aO part* of th* I .
for and was
aged Jimmy
orphans people Roy IIIIIhoUM. JaneCan
... winners *Uo received but *
state.New. The scholars in costume from Tallahaxsee will bring all& .
founded In ltd and has eon. of Purina feed with their Artier. nan, Nanette Gram brute 0.".
It appear the one aUk :their 1965 production called "Sawdust and Spangles" UnuoueJy been In operation In and Dun 0." .... asoeed hiring
Bshed m Central holds' Just ha tn 11** 0.k the C>iiim->r tn* are Buwannee County for half a century. I Scrambling for Cidres I above U. n"-..,. pane from
too modi work to do and U dropping a PJB. avprarane atMadJ. Utntford; .Hamilton Cutumbt. IJisl. and
further and further behind 3Tobacco: Firms .... Bponjortd by the Bhrlrw e s talon Count*.
The other.. ta North and Club the PBU Ctrtul combln-s llUlhou was the kith hndlvt*
South Florida appear to be a4eejuate the enthusiasm of youth and' the More Corn Needed dust In Ih .......... County
at this tame throe are Oppose Separation lUll of the professional t.If Dairy Show sinning a Irohy .

dWW..wet add a Many people from urroundinteounOe In This AreaSays > from th* Pair AMoclaUon"h
fourth court and split the era Of 11 are nprcted to attend other four team members
tral JurttdlcUoa Into two partslawym Type both th ctreu and a bit parad placed behind.. Ifitlhoiw In Indlidual -
ta that are* 10 rat* the Saturday for which Conare- Agronomist competition t4 on are
Hearings on proroalfor
UM additional court I* badly man Don Puqua win pprr her*. animal, record book, fllllnt. andTweniyfour
and
needed and moat. nea-mapeis separate acreage Randy II&&. chalrmas el th* H W iDlctt Lundy, head of dwwmatahlp.
that _rtiei am mrtine approval poundage? allotments f o tType parade, said that aqua to aehed the Auwaonr* VsJJry Kip.rum ntBUUpn entree were tn the
al the ........AC. I .* no reason 14 floe-cured tobacco led 10 a* ta the parade, which her. said ta s new re- mwly snow.

ut'ta arorovtj the aawndAMHi1imt ended la Washington, D. C, .betln at 4 p. and that he has tea** remUy that both corn ands Janet Cannon won Ih* she*.
..... Tuesday Oct. 19, where testimony ak.4 Oovemor Bum U al** I7 upreaunt farm production MAihip nnu.i. with Dun Oanv

from three large tobacco appear .but was not able. U gel widen should be sncreaMd In this son taking ... nuin, eonUet.TrMlturi .
Bomber tee wood firms and growers In eonflrvAatJon before Drvas lime. ores of PVwtdato loft winning best r**.
pemtt Lake Gaunt to have a the reUtu*. ctrculated suu ord beet and Joe Hatch vtruUnti,
Virginia and the Carotin Alont with a ffaUonal Ouard
second county hide*. opposed the categories sal or .,..,.. th* Suwannee High wide kr the Onlvenlly ef Plorfct the he rd ......'. eont.*t .. all tot
ThMtr. a purely a local mattes separate AtTtruitursI tiperttrnpt CIMbe.Lendy plaques. from the Pair AAaoIIa.
School vibe
Band. ndmttiinii
and em I&be people ta that for Type 14.Th said that com proouctionptothto '.Ml.
and Shrtn Club .....
aunty caa beat detmuin. U the hc/tnti betas IbM surrthm a M* for the tars land __ flowed wins. TNreM.Th. ...
ten auto. tea beauty
MMSSS pewees .... r4 soundwO Waycrwes. Oa. wttt scrom-j I gorse CUM &*.
1 Qonts Cross Hamilton County wtt an high sndtvidul. M the .....
K be> ....... Plena I* salsa and tobacc treweri from be ta the parad ".. are Interested .w IrNnMe l>kt t/ww *a* Wade H.wlt of

trewlnt today and many of set Iuwms. County Jatelnt slim ;I I lire oar com. yetis ta sptu of the lUoUNMi County, whf re. rved a
eounuca find they have a.**. aotanC.tlpe.te4 Rends and Oeorfto trvwers tartm .. fe.l that we are fortunate fart n I* eon-ssyr a *Hrfu* i iah" Ucphy from ......*.buk
b thoa who raJld the separate sflotaaeats !.e asters fps famine wren fof crop aAUonwid.4 lAM added Powndallon. HoweO slag
the stains ants*.* law far Type 14. Type 14 totmcew Lave Oak." said. C L. Bottua.Shrtoer Ito Mid corn U prMtntly betnthlppe4 lre hy from Suann 'YaHey got a

j, TMlI..n.h7 .- for sr M ten ta Ptorttte and clserda. tray her*. Bottu sash tat tide ins and also M Dairto for kav i< UM hlfhMl
take County a ...... couotyludt la Mid t* ke superter ta *aiw. aa that the Sbnn. CN* had. knrua, Mated that florida Is not art sewetnc aaanjal.Jack .

*, and fiav.* ta ether trpM grew ananMnums with the troupe" where new s......) IiI ...... ..hY l .Mrpnuoi. dairy show ..
auawtn.ene.va4.
ss ther Stets *AM !. the cBsMto mace than aim/ ate.ef bus and ports ...... by" UMnstdest e let presented
AsMndoiert SMnber these Is a and >.....(. sod ta this are. .. Pnwedas the event thrvowt ef UM state.PwtdUf .toner* in the smutty trephtaato
thaw
mrwrttve aanst..emt to the. ....,.OvL IkkMrtaxta this ins W Phrhte to .*a..UJt I* aims a Ih dvftaMA on behalf *f Ba.Wa.k Para
fa a tew Misrties .! tht ***** warn........J. .D .h>sv.* ..1U4f.ltMsen I king a f4 sassy vWtors Ire .. ...>nt sanre soaJUy Isnmt Jimmy Ray HinhffiMt: for th tet*

Mewsrts aN uw iai.. a avlas- Tdsssa Oe. saM lilt tfrcMLfS ... \ thM mrfmseV. Umrfy fctthest........ regtoUred aalIS ..
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ocrOBER'28.JI


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THURSDAY,
PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA




I EDITORIAL II FLORIDA'S I It Happened In ,


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Farm Suwannee County, Florida



Tuesday's.. Vote Is Important FrontBy 191519401955Taken


Voters of Florida will have an oppor- are called upon to vote, there is no such

tunity Tuesday to express their desires as thing in this free land of ours as an unim- .sd Doyle EoCOnDer

to changes to the basic laws of this state portant election. If we are to keep the I From The Filet Of

by voting to amend the state constitutionor system of free elections our nation has
.
win with blood and tears A typical meal served in Florida THE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT -
refusing to go along with five changesthe continued to add I
school cafeteria
legislature decreed should be voted then we must approach every opportunityto to public varied fare nourishingboth I r

upon this year. participate in free elections with dignityand up to a the bodies of Florida 1915 Oood Roads Day Thursday and It tlon amendment to the Florid

The mere fact that an election is neces- resolve. youngsters and to the economy Is expected that great Interest constitution Simpson was introduced
sary clearly shows the importance: of the This newspaper expressed its feelingin of Florida agriculture There Is more than a silver lining will be taken In this feature. Be- by Al Martin. Rotary pro.

election Tuesday for those who draftedthe these columns last week on the road The recent observance om "Leg about the clouds which have cause of the Interest that is beIng gram chairman.
bond issue, which to us is a must if this islative Appreciation Day" thru- hovered over the future of the felt In practically every county -
constitution under which this state has efforts
of the state Although the of
naval stores Industry in the state In better roads and Live
out the state's school lunch program -
operated for better than 100 years placedin state is to keep pace with its growth In was a salute to the lawmakers for the put several yeari. Gradually the great Interest that Is being Oak's Jmlmy Nelson and his 0

that document certain prohibitions that the matter of road building and reduce the who have had a hand In making Increasing prices have been taken in securing highways in all of Alabama mates fell short of

can be altered only by a vote of the people. heavy death toll two-lane highways reap the program the state-wide the case for the put several days, the counties surrounding Suwan- detesting the Tennessee Volun.

This believes the most democratic in the state each year. success it is today. and there Is every occasion to believe nee. the chairman of the Board of terra his followers on the home
newspaper But on the eve of the vote we feel it But even more appropriate the that conditions now are afar County Commissioners, S. A. front were glad to read that his
progress in this world are electionslike more important to urge that every eligible event drew attention to an often better than before the great finely has sent out a letter recommending efforts in the cause last Saturday
those held in this county, state and voter make the effort Tuesday. By so doingwe over-looked double blessing. International conflict begun In other county boardsto had stamped him as one of

nation for here Is the will of the people at can join with other parts of Florida in Florida's public school system Europe the early part of August take an Interest In this fair the outstanding candidates for sn
work in its finest manner. That decisions is one of Florida agriculture'smost 1914. It Is stated that the market project. All-Southeastern backfield position. .
the what want
saying to legislature
such as those to be made Tuesday should we Important customers. Is better than it has been In over .

remain with the populace none can deny. done.There Yet the benefits are not one two years. Col. Redden Randall and Miss
are many who disagree with our aided Without the supplies which -_ Ruby Drew were married last A group of Live Oak: and Su
Thus it becomes extremely importantwe stand on the road bonds. Their vote is just come from Florida farms groves Mr. 0. B. Poe hu been In the night at the Methodist ChurchIn wannee County men and women
feel for the people of this county to as important if the will of the people is to and ranches the schools would be city this week making arrangements Madison by the Rev. Blackburn organized the Suwannee County

turn out in fine fashion and participate in be expressed. forced to open a lot more cam I with the business men to pastor of the church. Public Health Committee Tues,

Tuesday's vote. We make this plea know. When the results are posted late Tues- and Jars during the several put on an automobile contest and day afternoon to do somethlri

ing full that only a small portion of the day night it is hoped that Suwannee Coun- months of the school year that has succeeded Twelve of the leadIng Hon F. A. Woods of St. Peters about the county's record of hiring .

oounty'a electors will make the effort. ty will not be among those counties where the rest of the nation's agriculture business men of the city have burg will deliver an address on a third to one-half its rurtl>r
Is practically dormant. entered Into an agreement with Good Roads Day at the fair population Infected with hookworm .
this is not affec- the turnout and
While county directly was disappoint
meagre and Its ranking of
School lunch program officials Mr. Poe to give tickets with purchases 5 secondto
ted by the five amendments on which we ing. Ultimate that Florida farmers made at these paces of worst In the state's malaria-

derive $23 million Income business during the months of 19/0 Infested tabulation by counties

About I from them annually It figures November and December and on Meeting In Joint session at the I.
,/11. L .- La this way: January 1 the person holding the Suwannee Hotel Monday noon Machinery has been set In motion -
t/l7'le/f Each day, the public schools of greatest number of votes will be members of the local Rotary and by county and state election
This Florida purchase supplies amounting given a new Maxwell automobile Klwanis clubs heard Judge Bryan ,officials for Suwannee County to
to $164,51774 for the Simpson of the Criminal Court ofRecord determine November 5 how solidly!
& J1 And "Type A" lunch. Since there are One of the dominant featuresof of Duval County urge ratification Democratic Its people are .On that
180 school days In the year, this the fair next week will be the of the parole and proba- day over 7,000 persons go to the
That adds up to total purchases of polls from here to vote for their
129,013,193.20 President for the next four yean
Of this about 80 per cent of and to endorse It Is expected the
What' Fair For The GooseA Dangers Of DrinkA the supplies come from Florida y Democratic nominations tantamount .

nationally syndicated team of columnists statewide program to help young men and agricultural production areas. to election in this stateof

that as often as not embrace the far-out liberal women and their parents understand the dangers The school authorities offer n1 0 candidates nominated in the

philosophy this week is lamenting an essay con- Involved in violating the state law which prohibits this as the lunch room fare on a 0 1 May primaries. .

test being planned In colleges across the nation by persons under 21 years of age to buy, consume, or typical day: .
of Florida-
A two-ounce serving O. L. Dorman. chairman of,the
the Americanism Education League possess alcoholic beverages
was launched this ( to
produced chicken adding up Suwannee County Democratic E:*
The writers make much to do over the use of month. Ren Morris, director of the State Bever- 280.727 pounds). ecutlve Committee calls attentionof

John Stormer's "None Dare Call It Treason" as Department of Florida announced the program One-quarter cup of Florida Suwannee Countlans to four

the basis for the essay competition', as well as the which will ask newspapers, radio and tv stations fresh potatoes (totaling 84.030 / speeches to be made by their
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fact that the sponsoring agency Is a tax exempt to donate space and time. pounds), L : President during the time remain.

organization It Is tragic that such a program Is necessary. One-quarter cup of Florida Ing until the November election

The "patriotic" indignation voiced by the' Why must a public agency be responsible for fresh green beans (totaling 2,221 I on the radio.
pounds). .
82.197
r writing team over distribution of such a contro- warning youngsters about such an obvious and hampers One-eighth or cup. or two 4!,4 inch ( { 4
versial book students by the organization patent danger? We ;
among college can only conclude that parents sticks of Florida fresh celery I 1955
would be far more belleveable had not are falling down on their Their .
job. are (adding up to 591 crates or :n, / ) O (
they or others of their ilk wept great liberal many broken homes in which parental guidanceis 939 pounds), ; Three young Live Oak men art

tears over the barring of known Communists and lacking, and there are also some homes In which One Florida radish (totaling In the Suwannee County jail on
'V charges of robbing and beating
suspected pinko fellow traveler speakers from at both parents are living where young men and 18,570 pounds. Q J. D. Baker Monday night Bond

least one campus. women are left pretty much to their own devices. A fruit cup Including one- for each of the men was set at

The logic of the left Is difficult indeed to fol Too bad every young man and woman could eighth( cup of to Florida 831 crates fresh or orangeadding 74. 810.000 by Judge J. M. Hearn.

low. It apparently is proper fitting democraticand not know the danger of drinking and the tragic, up one-eighth of
804 pounds); cup
enlightened to permit avowed enemies of the results which can follow Even worse I Is the fact Florida fresh frapefrult (1.218 Future Farmers from Suwmnne

American concept to "enlighten" the youngstersof that some who are told and who are Intelligent crates or 07.498 pounds); and w df 'ti County were very much In evidence

America but it is an Insidious skullduggery enough to understand these dangers persist in one-ieth cup of Florida fresh h at the recently concluded
when those of the Right attempt to carry their flouting the law and authority.The strawberries (504 crates or 15,129 'n t. national convention of the Future
Farmers of America held In Kan
message to the same students. popular theme of entertainment media pounds).
sas City. The thousands of dele
Admittedly the Stormer volume Is controversial today radio, tv and the movies is echoedIn One-half pint totaling of Florida-pro nun gates watched a tall sandy hairedyoungster
milk
and hard hitting. Some of the conclusions it such terms as "live It up" "paint the town duced named William D
)
draws may be open to dispute but the author par- red" "you're only young once" and "come over half-pints Day-ln day-out that's a lot of Billy Ounter Jr, preside ever

ades the pathetic story of America's failure to on the wild side.' Is It any wonder the kids of groceries contributing to the the many' business sessions of the

combat Communlslm in a manner that Is, at worst, today are confused and muddled in their thinking physical well-being of hundredsof e convention that called upon him
thought provoking.And about moral issues? -Milton Preas-Gasette thousands of Florida young to use an of the experience he

that according to the pundits of the Leftis a eOn people had gained while a national officer
When I read of the great athletic and member of the Suwan
the purpose of education to cause the student
Keeping Well
nee Chapter of Live Oak.
to think, to reason to accept or reject tenants and Sometime achievements of strappingyoung b6Dys U/Nb ,
doctor
ago a said the breakdownof men of Florida over the
beliefs and philosophies after a searching investigation blood vessels in the human Newly-elected directors of the
body caused four put several years I like to think
of their validity. times ss many deaths u cancer He further that Florida's farmers and the Suwsnnee County Chamber of

That being the case, it appears the Stormer stated that what really kills people Is they wear Florida school lunch program Og R Commerce named Louie C. Wads-

tome is or should be just as acceptable medi- out their bodies thirty years too soon. have been partners contributing ,,, ,/ g g worth, publisher of the Buwan-

um for stimulating the student mind as is the What did the doctor propose that the peopleof significantly to those achievements (See IT UArrCNED. Fags 7)

Communist Manifesto or fro that matter Das Kapl- this do .
country to prevent their blood vessels
tal or any of the ranting of the modern day Bol- from breaking down? Ills answer was to "eat
sheviks.If One of the marvels of Floridaagriculture
well and not too much. Rest well eliminate well
the pinkos and worse insist on the right of and get sufficient exercise." la that despite Its importance -
corrupting the youth of the nation with their mumbo on the national scene
The doctor insisted that the people in the the Sunshine State hu barely
jumbo then the the far far
Right even Right
United States were over-fed and suggested that scratched the surface In living up
has or should have exactly the .
same opportunity.As
they cut down on eating fifty per cent to live to Its productive potential.
far as this newspaper is concerned however longer and be healthier He objected to modern I thought W. K. McPherson

selection of the Stormer opus by the Americanism food because most of It was fatty and "fats cause agricultural economist with the

League was perhaps unfortunate.Not most blood vessel breakdowns." He aid that Florida Agricultural Experiment
because of Its content but because little fatigue Stations came up with some Interesting
was a major
factor In accident, disease
figures on this subjecta
purpose is served by looking backwards.
tested that
people at work need rest periods every few
Therefore It might be weD that George Orwell' days ago.
and the wearing out of bodies Moreover, he sug- He said only 12 per cent of this
.
1984 would be a far more desirable text- two hours and that "ten being
minutes of relaxation state's potential cropland Is
book for the basis of the essays. It forshadows will work wonders" used for crops! This compares

things that are to come and at the present vicious We call attention to the views of this medical he said to It per cent of Iowa's

pace of the Great Society that may come far sooner man not because they are new but because his potential being exploited 71 percent '
than the date selected by that writer a little advice Is timelytake I of lUlnoU', SO per cent of
more than two decades ago Wales News California's. 37 per cent of Mis- .l ,
Aubumdale Star I slsslppl's. 3) per cent of NorthCarolina's

The Suwannee DemocratOF and 31 per cent of
,Georgia's and Alabama's.
Hearing For OtepkaIn While some other states art approaching -
LIVE
OAK FLORIDA"In
a new. but not unexpected development of their maximum physical

the Otto F. Otepka case, the State Department has |A. heart o/ fo SMMNMMMM Riper V.u.," production potential Florida Don't let the ghost of insecurity haunt
turned down a request for open hearings.\ has space to expand. you. Regular deposits
The attorney for Otepka. BANNER Consolidated LEADER i On top of that, most of the of 10 of
formerly deputy director %
Established. 1884 August 2. 1897 Established 1181 other states can produce only a your earnings into an insured Savings
of security for the State Department hu ...11..... .
Evtry Tfcanday a> Pine a Conner SINN few months of the year, white so
asked that the press be allowed to cover the hearings many Florida commodities can be Account can guarantee a comfortable retirement
because of the widespread interest in the Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher planted and harvested on a year- income.

case. T. A. Leonard, Jr. ......."................... Editor round basis, with more than one Save regularly at the Commercial] Bank.COMMERCIAL.

This adamant attitude is no credit to the State Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor crop produced out of the same

Department, which already has covered itself with Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager ground.

ignominy the Otepka case. It will only enhancethe George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman i Wet doing so much already to
:supply the nation's dinner tables
suspicions of those who accuse the departmentof Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak Florida 'during
the winter season and as
a massive attempt at in the
cover-up affair. SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County $4 00 I the need arises, w* can do much
Otepka is the official who was fired in Novem RATES Outside Suwannee County$00 much more.
ber. 1983 after he testified about lax security S.
_ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS_ Payable In Advance
methods in the State Department. The Senate

International Security subcommittee has been battling Easier On Whorl

on Otepka's behalf for the ensuing two yean MEMBER: OF More than a third of Bermu w BANK

because It charges he Is being punished for cooperating Florida Press Association da's adult population rides two- -
with Senate Investigators.If e I wheelers -' bicycle, motorbikes !I OF LIVE OAK
80W ANNa COUNTY'
or motorcycles because they
the State Department has nothing to hide LIVE OAK
Clumber are easier to handle than ears on FLORIDAF
In the Otepka affair, why not allow the press to of Commerc the
ll-jqusre-mUe late with Its
report the hearing Jackson County Ftorldan\ scenic but narrow' lanes.










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- (9f9 nt Miss Julia Anne Free/and 1 Tea HonoringMrs. Here And There I

f. .
7-..... Brinkman ,

Ilxt.enth.h.Saturday .afternoon Thursday October Bridge I Mr. and Mrs. Dl'nnllilart spent Mrs J. D. Martin spent Sunday f

honored the week end In Prattvlllc Ala., In Gainesville visiting her son
Club Mrs. Covlngton
WOMeN with their son and daughter-in- Gary a University of Florida student -
Brinkman, a recent bride ofOalnt'.vllle.
law. Capt. and Mrs. Thomas T. .
with a formal tea at
,tt Hart III and grandchildren. Miss LeNelle Phillips from
the home of Mrs. Thomas Rad-
Kimberly and Trammel] Florda State University Tallahassee
ford on Eleventh Street
CLARA S. WADSWORTH Society Editor The guests were presented to Mrs Dora A. Boone Of! Fits- spent the week end with
of gerald. Oa.. spent the week end her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
the receiving line consisting
here with her sister. Mrs W. J Marvin Phillips.
Mrs. Radford. Mrs R. L, Brink-
Farewell Party Miss Gaylord Feted) j man Mrs. Covlngton Brinkman. Nipper. Miss Charlotte Wadsworth and
Given Linda Mr. and Mrs Jack White left Frank Casey, Florida State students
Vice and Miss Susan Brinkman.
With "
Bridal Shower
t r rr today for Tallahassee where Mrs. Tallahassee, visited Mr
Roses, sasanquaa. and chryanthrmums -
Miss Linda
Vice honored
was On October fourteenth the Blue White will Judge In the flower and Mrs. Louie C. Wadaworth
with a surprise golnc-awajr partyle Room of the Suwannee Hotel was were used In. profusion show in connection: with the Sunday afternoon
I Tuesday night In the homeof throughout the houseIn
.
the setting for a miscellaneous North Florida Fair, ThursdayMrs.
Miss Patsy Palmer. the entrance hall an arrangement -
shower honoring Miss Hedy Ann Braxton Dennis Mrs. I Elite
! of In two shadesof
a The table covered with roses
was a Oaylord. at seven-thirty In the varl-colored Williams, and Mrs. J. D Martin Iloteinary" Church To
10 pink linen cloth. In the center pink was used
. evening, with Mrs. O. W. Bern- spent Friday In Jacksonville.
featured In .
" was an arrangement of white roses were the dining Have Service SundayThe
Mr. and Mrs Wallace
helm Mrs. Karen Ann Comm L Clark
chrysanthemums and red dahlias room and apricot colored roses spent In Rev. W. II Gray will conduct
Mrs. Lillian Radford. Mrs. Howard Saturday Jacksonville.
centered with a large red bow. formed the center of Interest in services at the Rosemary
e The cake was white and pink in- Taylor Mrs. Leslie Thomas, the den. In the living room was Baptist Church Sunday morning

1 scribed with "Good Luck Linda" and. Miss Elaine Vann aa hostesses. placed a large arrangement of Gird Of Thank! at eleven o'clock and at seven

f and was served with soft. drinks multi-colored aaaanquai. o'clock In the evening.
We wish to
. A lace cloth was used on the thank the many
'
The tea table set In the
and salted nuts. was up friends and neighbors for Everyone Is Invited to attend
refreshment table an arrangement their
Florida Room overlooking the
e Those MissLinda both services
attending were
expressions of
of white gladioli accented kindness and sympathy
I Howell Miss Pam Parra- garden. A white cutwork cloth .
with tiny white mums and greenery shown us at the death of
covered the "
table, and pink daisy
Miss Bonnie McLean. Miss
more. In a fan-shaped design was William Au. Ml. Pi-tjialt!' Haplfcl
I Elaine Holmes. Miss Gail Drawdy. chrysanthemums held in a five
placed at the left end of the The Brothers and Sisters of
branched silver candelabrum with
Revival Service
1 Miss Sue Baxter. Miss Gloria William Aue Plan "
table the crystal punch bowl on
Nobles. Miss Teak Koff. Miss lighted tapers formed the centerarrangement. Revival services at Mt Ptsgah
the silver of
right end. a tray .
Renee Preston. Miss Sandy Winters Silver coffee and Baptist Church will be held November
Miss NannetU Green and potato chips cut glass bowls of tea services were placed at each Card Of Thank 1 thru 1, with Ref, C F.
Miss Stanley Hopkins nuts and mints and wedding end of the table and silver trays May I take this opportunity to Paditett putor of Oak Hill Baptist -
cookies oval
on an crystal platAtomplt'ted
1 As a memento Miss Vice received the table appointments.The held the party foods.Pink express my sincere appreciationto Church of Gainesville at
I Scarab bracelet. chrysanthemums were the friends
a many for their evangelist.
" honoree hostesses with a silver presented ladlein the used on the coffee table and pale (cards letters, flowers, visits, and Dinner on the ground will beheld
gravy pink roses were on the bride'stable
especially for the prayers duringmy Sunday, Nov. 1 All are invited -
her
Junior Club Women silver patWorn.OUt'lts holding the guest book confinement In Bimannee to attend the services.Halloween .
Mrs. Walter J.
were which was kpt by Miss Llsabeth .
County
Hospital
t Attend District :MeetingThe Gaylord mother of the bride. oar and since returning -
home Your thoughtfulness note: Correct speclflcallons \
District m FTWC meeting elect. Miss Carolyn Oaylord. ala- Out of town guests besides the will be witch's broomstick
always
ter of the honoree Mrs. W I. -- ------- -- remembered for a
was held In Jasper last Wednesdsy. honoree were Mrs. Thomas Turn.
October 20. at which time Wood. mother of the groomelect.Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles U Freeland. R.... T.., Tallahassee.aniMsuiee age, Jacksonville: Miss Jane to by me thank and the my doctors family I also wish call for a handle from drowning of uh to a protectthe brushof :
and nurseswho witch ;
Mrs Robert Burnett of Tallahassee Vernon Parnell. Mn. AlfredT the encaremeai .( their daughter Jalia Anne, te Lynn Tumage, Atlanta Oa.; Mrs Rob administered to me duringmy birch twigs to harbor evil spirits .
was elected as the new district Alrth. Mrs C Dean Lewis lUnter Refers, son *f Mr. and Mrs Lawrence II. Refers ef this. ert Jernlgan Sanford: Mrs. Wal illness. and a binding of willow In
;
m director Mrs. Connie Bass Mrs Ernest A.Sellers. ter Johnson Rome. Ga, and Mrs
elty. of
Mrs V. B Baker honor of Hecate the goddess
Mrs. W, J. Wlnburn Jr.
Oak
Live Bob
Attending from the Lamb. Gainesville
The wedding will te at seven-thirty In the December 'Paid Notice
evening magic
Junior Woman's Club were Mrs. Mrs. B. W. Deese. Mrs Pearl Cannon The hostesses were Mrs Alfred --- -.- ___
Roy Slemp. local: club president.Mrs. and Mrs. Elisabeth Howell twentr-etihth In the Tint Met 4bt Ckarrh. McntkeU T. Alrth. Mrs John Cooper\ tot,..
Mrs. 8. A. The bride-elect h a granule .f N.rth ftorMa Jinlor Collegeand
Bill Howland. George Dexter, Mrs. Randolph
Wilson Jr. Mrs. Wilton Kane. Is areMnlly U her seder year at Fterlda State Vnlvmlty Mal Mrs Thomas Radford. Mrt. Get Your Claxton Fruit Cake

Mrs. Neil Cannon. Mrs. George White" Move To where she U ajrlng In English ediratl** C. V Bchoppe.: Mrs. W L. Tedder

Day and Mrs. Pred DeVane. Ft. Mr. Rogers Is a trae'saU el Rswanaee High fkh**!. and IspretenUy and Mrs W. H. Williams From The
Myew .
.
In his at florida State where
sens** year University Live Oak Garden Club Inc.
(Renew Year a..rt.u-) Mr. and Mrs. Richard White he .. snajcrlng In advertMng ..."". He Is a swathes .! Lambda Mr*. Kellogg ,
have moto 1930 Sun-
recently Chi Alpha fraternity. Goodwill HOMO Only $1.00 lb.
art Plane n. Myers. Mr White
DO YOU HAVE AN Is an English Instructor at Edison The Goodwill Club mete in the
Alcohol Problem? Junior College and Mrs. White I Club Member" Attend" District Meeting I home of Mr. Martha Kellogg on (Proceed Applied To Building Mortgage)
the former Miss Dorothy Long Tuesday morning. The devotionalwas CAM
We now have in Live Oakan daughter of Mr and Mrs Worth The Lire Oak Garden Club Ina. Mrs C. O. Palmer Mrs. Oeorge led by Mrt. Jesse Brown MRS. PHIL TOWNSEND MRS. M. II. IIINCSON
AA Group ready to Long of this city. U employed by was well represented last Wednesday I Allen Mrs. II. H. Hair flr, Mrs. the second chapter of Oalatlans 362-1074 362-2273
help the State Welfare Department asa at the District U meeting In C. R. Wadiworth. and Mrs. Lou was studied.
i MEMBER
you.WRITE social worker Perry lento Hicks. During .the social hour games _JIlANVCLUn -.-
Mr. and Mrs. White both Attending were Mrs. M H I Mrs. W M. Jernltsn received were played and Mrs. Mildred
P. O. Box 591, graduates of Florida State University Mini son. local club president the door prise. Cribbs and Mrs Phil Brim received Chicken Fry Nov. 4tb'-I.25

LIVE OAK are former residents of Mrs. W. U. .Jernlsan. Mrs Henry pries for the games ( Prepared_ By:_DuUe McCalll.ler) _
Tallahassee where he taught Skinner Mrs. M. B. Reid Mrs. The world's record Olant Sea played.
OR CONTACT YOUR school and Mrs. White worked for Mary Miller Mrs. Phil Townsend Baa weighing MO pounds was The next meeting will be with WE CATER TO PARTIES

Physician or Minister the State Probation and Parole Br. Mrs. Donald Hatch Mrs caught May 30. 1M1 off Feman- Mrs. Bob Skeen on November g Let Carden Club Members Prepare Yours

Comml on. Henry Dover Mrs. H. W Lewis. dins Beach by Lynn Joyner. at two o'clock In the afternoon.
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LIVE OAK






Statement of Condition as of October 13 1965



RESOURCES OFFICERS I


Loans & Discounts $4,269.116.21 I P. C. CRAPPS, JR. Chairman of the Board I

FHA Mortgages 114,826.25 $4,383,944,46 d.v. : I

HARMONY President


Overdrafts 37,182.94 P. C. CRAPPS, III, Vico.Pret.dent I

Bank Building t 4701.66 I
A. NOTT Vice-PretJdent
1 ,
Furniture & Fixtures 28.698.73.

Other Real Estate 62867.84 T. E. ABERCROMBIE, Vice-President

Stock Federal Reserve Bonk 16500.00 JOHN P. WIGGINS Cashier
,
United States Securities 2033402.75

"n. not the First to try Municipal Bonds 498746.04 IRENE C. IIINGSON, Assistant Cashier

tt.-.tMLatto Cash & Due From Bank 1984033.84 4516182.63

abandon the o4 L" _ _

9050078.26 DIRECTORS

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BANK WITH LIABILITIES Alfred T. Airili Oscar Green


THE FRIENDLY Capital Stock 150000.00 Donald L Burch G. W. Harmony :

Surplus 400000.00 !

FIRST" Undivided Profits 40468.63 P. C Crapps, Jr. C. L. Johns i


v.be.e ValuedIsxItvUtaal Reserves: Possible Loan Losses 10.000.00 P. C. Crapps, III Duke McCal hits

y'e'a. Reserves Contingencies Taxes etc. 90156.93 $ 690625.56
; : ,
mot ;..c Robert Engstrom R F. Moore \


a HOT -Number. Other Liabilities 32313.33


Deposits 8327139.37 Honorary Director



9050078.26 E. S. Conner



"The Friendly First" .,



The Only Federal Reserve System Member In Suwannee County


Continuous Banking Service For Over 63 Years



Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I

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FOUR SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1955At !

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Lunar Exploration Nears Band Parent Sell I Youth Heifer Show Awards Martinez To Speak


Scientists Arc Still'' Divided Community Community Calendar Calendars listingswill i ( .. To Branford MenDr

be sold In the Live Oak .' (
Theories Of Moon's area the next two weeks by the Oscar Martinez, Spanish
By OriginAstronauts
Suwannec Illgh Bank Parents. I Instructor nl Suwannee COunh

For t3 cent persons can list schools, will speak to the Bran.
exploring the moon may eventually clear birthday, civic meetings, and / ford Area Men' Club Monday

up Ha mysteries but astronomers do not yet know how dates to remember on the calendars night in the Woman's Club hoop

the moon came into being. which will be delivered building, discussing the econom

Years ago, many scientists believed the moon was a In January 1966. I of Cuba before, during, andI>

chunk of the earth. Theoretically it was torn loose billion The Band Parent met Mon ter the revolution.

of year. ago. leaving the day night to discuss the calendar Dr. Martinez is a gradual'' ,

Pacific Ocean's bed as a scar. the earth. Writes Dr. Urey: "It project, with Wallace Rows the University of Havana and I

Opinion has now shifted toward composition is more nearly that presiding Willie Warren I II former college professor and rev

the belief that the moon and of the Sun and the original sol chairman of the calendar drive. lifted public accountant in Cum

earth were created separately, Ida in the primitive dust cloud according to Bill Ware cf th.
(from which the planets form Men's Club.
the National Geographic says.
Feeder Sale 1
ed)." Pig 4 The meeting begins at 7 ,
Then the moon was captured as m
a satellite by the earth's gravitational Originally, Dr. Urey contends, Scheduled Nov. 5 .
space around the sun teemed with I Ancient Greeks so admired
pull. County Agent Paul Crews has the
Some astronomers think the moon-sized bodies. Through collisions announced that a feeder pig sale heroes in the Homeric poems that

capture might have resulted ,In a dispersion of the lighter will be held here Friday, Nov. 5. .' the legendary characters were of.
fantastic material, and consolidation ot tidally ordained gods In 620
cataclysm. Vast quantities Crews said that farmers Inter B l'
what remained, the planets were
of moon matter may have ested in selling pigs should notify -
rained Into the earth, according formed. The moon somehow survived his office, as buyers need to

to this theory, making the earth's as a relic of an earlier stage know about how many head will USE
crust largely of lunar origin Eventually it was captured by be offered r

rather than the moon's source ,, the earth. .
Q. II. Darwin, son of naturalist\ Swedish physicist Hannes Alf FUCO
Charles Darwin, originally advanced ven believes that when the moon Johnson Says NFO

the theory that the moon was captured, it was partly torn Now Has 55 Here Brand
is a child of the earth. The asunder by the earth's gravity
During the great cataclysm, fragment National Farmers Organization Awards were presented to winners In the Youth Heifer Show at the Chamber of Commerce
Darwin suggested that
younger
the moon was cast off when the bombarded what remained organizer Olyn Johnson reported Banquet Wednesday night Winner above left-rlf, en the front row arc Rob Eubank, brit 4-II InsecticideFOR
that 55 local farmers
original earth-moon mass was of the moon, forming many of are now Club record book; Ralph Smith, grand champion exhibitor; Hubert Severenee, reserve grand cham-

still fluid. the craters that are the moon's signed up with the group, after pion: and Sid Allen best FFA record book. Oa the back row arc Sandra Abtreromble, representing
the Tuesday night meeting here.
distinctive feature
Darwin's later most today. the 4-H team the Snwannee Ward of the FFA team.
theory was Johnson said another meeting top Judging from Club; Allen tint place lodging

modified by scientists who suggested NOAH HUMSKDLL will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in Snwannee No. 1: and Terry Potnal of Lafayette County's second place 4-H team (Democrat Staff BEST RESULTS .

that the moon's ejection the Suwannee High Auditorium Photo)

occurred after the earth-moon ( ,iTtMi. .eaMU; i wr -- -
mass had cooled enough to have a -- -
thin crust. The ejection would alrMeDO'"N I

naturally have left a big hoi' a For Sale Real Estate FOR SALE

and cracked the remaining crust j' paueta FoR + "-
Examining the earth these scientists i JPP,
I FOR SALE!: New and used
theorized that the bed of the ,
Pacific was the scar". WI'TY pianos. Frier Music Co. North
CORP.Ohio Ave. Live Oak :3622181csjjtf
But evidence has mounted HORNE REALTY

against Darwin's theory. The BRANCH OFFICE
Pacific Is only a few miles deep, 'tJ EAR NOAH- CAN WANTED For Sal*-Real Estate lit W. Howard St.

so It seems unlikely that It could you WIN FILTHV LUCRE! FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer

represent the hole left by a body ptAyiNd WITH CLEAN CARPS? GEORGE B. DEES chain saws, parts and service
LITTLE ADS WANT TO BUY One
ear corn
the size of the moon. Moreover, IRENE STOP AsMelat supplies, hooks, clamps
marine' geologists have found that loCaMPTON, PA conveyor, with or without mo Branch OfficeSUWANNEE Ph one 362.1688 bows, bars, and chains Reptir
the BIG RESULTS tor Call 3822048. nc tf for most small
Pacific floor Is essentially the gasoline engine
DIv RIVER
MOAN -
same as other ocean floors. DIiA WANT TO BUY Trained bird Tyre's Saw ft rvf .
"T, r ,ROMAN CtLOfffUMaose BUY-SELL-EXCHANGE REALTY 3-Bedroom Frame Home &rri8q
The most telling argument formerly Electric Co
LIONS Call
SeeM'rwil! dogs. Lake City 752-2017 407 Dowllng St. Oood Size Lot
against, Darwin's theory has come Art UP ALL TUB paorutrs" f Whatever the purpose. JOB will\ or Wellborn 983-2281. Farm Bureau Bldg. House In Oood Condition 905 5th St. Your small engine

from mathematicians who say VIC' COM4TICHARLOTTg find Democrat clawlflad d. cdjj 22-23 Phone :363-1826 Garage headquarters. cad tf
that a large mass could not have the lob, quickly and well -
/ / M.C. WINSTON 1. ROGERS. Realtor 5500.
been Whirled off Into space and Specializing\ Farm A Acreage FOR SALE: AH sites of tarpaulllns. .
"'" For Sale Automotlre -
remained Intact, as Darwin had .....- Sales and Loans guaranteed not to lealOttls
Very Nice :3-Bedroom Home
,uppos d."The DEADLINE FOR INSERTION
FOR SALE 1060 Chevrolet 1H Baths Brown Motor. cdjj tf
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moon Is not earth's 5:09 P.M. Tuesday
child,"I I says astronomer Patrick Vt ton pickup 4-speed. extra Cement Block Construction
LOW RATE FOR RESULTS nice, $895. Call 983-2885. 4 Lots FOR SALE Horses and ponies
Moore j, "In fact, It Is best to regard FARM, TIMBER & FHA LOANS
the Earth-Moon system as a HOMFr (4 cents per word, with a cbjj 23-24 AVAILABLE:: 119.000 Some Terms At Stud: Montego's, Red Bird.
nlaunnm of 11.00. Per. Ret. Appaloosa Ne 14.
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double planet rather than as a FOR SALE 1960 Volkswagen For information, call or see:
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planet land satellite, since the tAU classified' most be paW to 360 Acres loin Bay with white spot oa
M
reasonable. Call Ann Johnson PAUL A. BYRD
Moon is much too large to be advance.) About IVi Acres Tob Allotment and hips: 81re: Jlmle X
' after 5:30: pm. 362-2890 Realtor Hecht
ranked Corn Base A2HA P22154. Apple
Inferior )
as an body. l
A puzzling fact is the moon's ONE WEEK FREE cajJ24MISCELLANEOUS 406 8. Ohio Ave tt Mile Road Frontage Dec U: Dam: Pavo F-56. Uw

relative! fluffiness; It I* far less CUuifleds ordered for five Live Oak Florida Old Dwelling In Fair Condition Lulu Fee $25 00 plus |S 00 per !
Phone 363-1389
dense than the earth. This suggests weeks, run the last west free. About 230 Acres Cleared week board T. E. Oasklni. I

that the moon must have $.... will pay for a IS word .-. e tf Terms-29% Down, Prlcet33.500tf phone 776-1433. pfgb 21-B i

been cheated in an entirely different advertisement for five weeks I
manner. Use Sowanneo Democrat CIuaJMONET FARMERS FOR SALE Like new, 1m
THREE BEDROOM BRICKhome
Harold C. Prey, a Nobel prize- flod for Proven Recall for your farm operations sUe oil circulating heater heats
at reasonable cat Terms IVi baths family room.
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moon is actually much older than with that oldi.." FOR RENT 7fearl. Call North Florida PropatJo., central air. conditioning, tf

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3 OFFICE SPACES pOR RENT- Ave., Lire Oat TeL 3622588.tf two large utility rooms 363 LET BOB WOLFE' DESION all metal panel frame buildings

Suitable for a service business 3339 or :362-27M. pdJJ 33-3 AND BUILD A HOME TO and sheds. Can T E. McCall

>% 41111 U IHDl U ( Apply Hollerbach's Corner, BUTT YOUR FAMLVT NEED:: l3 .U02, Branford. Fla.
Branford Road, Live Oak, I PdJJ 24-M
AND
.. pdJJ 21.25 ANY TYPE FOR BALE FINANCES. .
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Two-bedroom home and 3.4 acres USED ..........u..o-Army pants
By LESTER: L COLEMAN, UD. FOR RENT Spaces for mobile MEMORIALWORK of land 4t* ml. from Lit Oak on Bob Wolfe coats Jacket Complete line ot

homes Plenty of room. Nice Q Highway. Ideal) for small family Contractor men's, women's, and children

};Joe/or rd Like To K.nmv and clean. Good well water that wants country bring Phone 362-3253 clothes Come In, browse around
Lake for fishing and swimming Priced to sell with terms. Sale on all
!. : DONE easy LIVE OAK. FLA... h_ __ _summer clothe
Morgans Tracer Part, U. a. IIU a Ready for occupancy. -- Phone .3I1S. P2UI FEEDWest
.
MY child once had a strep e e Live Oak Fla. Phone Granite ) '- cbJJtf eropx pdJI2002S
throat. Now every time he has My mother complains of ringnf 382.2018 cabb If Marble Bronze Two-bedroom CBS home In load

a fever and a sore throat I noises In her head. She say Phone 382-3JJJ nftrhborhood.lar1' bt aReady real bDJ, FOR &AUHurrlc.ne U\y\ ,W.
worry about the possibility\ that she can't think, can't sleep and FOR RENT Bachelor quarks LIVE OAK with good t.rma. for FOR BALE!: llt.room bause I corset. JtDO'W' whale pink pur-

he will develop rheumatic fever I. almost out of her mind In and regular apartments, fully e C1 00beUII., fully "ulpped with gas, pie: Wataojas 11&dJoIuI. Irla
and heart trouble. How can we desperation What can be the equipped Hot and cold water MONUMENT CO on comer of Conner and She1- daffodils; hyacinths tu11P1.

prevent ItT cause and how can we help her? Budget priced. See Mr. Brown Bomar Sanford. R ePo ThrM-bedroom home, 14j bad by 81.1. CaD 382.am. tail tf anemone, ranuneuJ&a, amaryl

Dearlra. O.i The fact that Dear Mr. Y.I Head noises! or twos Parker' Drive In and the v. lIard1cJwn
to harden
I I VISIT ANNIJ'S: BEAUTY SHOP, went, monthly permenta of 'It't BuatnlQ Opportunity
child once tinnitus, occurs: more frequentlyin Neh Bottling Co p.JI 7Operator.. AnnIe H. wna, per mouth. Lot TS t1/0', shrubs for winton. P'RM' rEED
a strep the elderly. Unfortunately, STORE. Phone
Mary Drew Bo.tr1ah& Myrtle 382.21$1.
should these distressing noises last for FOR RENT :I.room furnished
MUl.. Elaine: Webb, and Man'J'bIw.bedroom borne brick two PtJd 2024Live
a long time. The noise may be apartment on West PIth S\,
: n you curia&. Ruby Sanford. eaJJ if bathe, hardwood floors carport
Oak. Call
883.2853. 8INOER
whistle soft el>
much. A a high pitched a << muhineDalj
LAD II S
and Good location. Priced e.bsewi
I.your lu..e
or persistent hum, a bussing or 2. .i.ooo In eonaole lite new
to .u cIotm. P31-A. n- DIISS SHOP
taken swishing sound, or a sound resembling CANT SLEEP, e- forward and rtftIW. All

the throat ; the pulsating beat of HELP WANTED NERVES JITnRI'T' LOW AVAU..I Itelf attachments fw scans bull

every child: the heart NEED TRANQtJILIZINOP nnt, lNvnvaunt totUuolee ISr-la.rm. and taut
POI nIT".
will al. Almost always, the sound WANTED AT ONCE TelJow DORMA.RJ:8T: Capsules CaD Today 312.IJa. 053r sikh designs.
CUrb girl auaran'
J Dr.. 001emaa most alwaysshow gets louder and more annoying; and fifths help If-interested coca help you sleep better PAUL A. BYRD. RHJtor :: >w..::. ':..:: =-a.e tfflt. Can be earn to1u11r JOUr a'scry
form when the room is quiet before Raps you Free from 1018. Ohio Ave.. : r -.r. __ Mate
Mm eight
10 monthly
apply Park,,. Drive peJ1llf'nt'
person.
relax..th -
of streptococcus: bacteria. This going to sleep and when the In, US 12t, Jasper Rod tension a..n sold Oaf f\&. ::: ..:. :....-= of If.l or wU1 discount for
Is tired or upset The ZS U Cfnta. Available at a if .a .r r .. taall
serious c.pa.
germ is not a* as you person cNltt .. .e sr rr write: Credit Wanat'
think, especially sine it is usually sound are not a* bothersome un OAK DRUG co. ...nr r v. In 8. Clearwater Hoed, Lane
so readily controlled by the while listening to the radio or WANTED :Waitresses. Apply at pfbe 21.21 _' 'w. -= .= P1orA pcbb D."

antibiotics. while engaged in pleasant activity Dixie orin. calJ U TRA.nJr.R OWND8 _

Now, about your fear of rheumatic SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE LOTS FOR SALE CaS C'.o.e& an.tlu FOR BAt It to bas wheat pun
fever This disease has The moat frequent cause I I. CURB HOP and lady to work flood loc.Uon. Contact R W. OOOD ''MS. Priced $5S tJ N 44. germ 1.00.. Mo word

always terrified parent unnecessarily the narrowing of ths blood vessels fountain wanted. Bent than Col1ltr, phone 382.2131. U" Otn8lD. CITY (but ebe In) W"'I urd. Seed drying equlplDrl'lt
ao often seen in the elderly. Apply In perwon. CiOID'. I M.q duty hand
ArenaDrive Oakk. call Lf PAUL A. BT1U Realtor ..
Its Ifr J. ...
Not all sore throats cause High blood pressure, too, can caJJ tf .ot a. Ohio An. I1n +.a LnIdt. I weed clapper, 1', for
s.w .
rheumatic fever. produce the beating type of LADIES boost JOur Ineome. Sell TORK81rma certified IIItd type u Oak. Florida cw-.m.3ttb Fl.eo l row or cub tractor. "mrood

Not all bouts of rheumatic noli*. Luster CoametiCl. Call Lucille 1aa1y Rfld1 for antce. Cell I'bOnI 3n.n. i1rW PhoM 382.2111. erie_ 2.:1_
fiver cause rheumatic heart ToDlDl1e CoIUna, 3n.3ltO. I 21.23
Many people falsely believe Cburtoy 82.1.51 or write Box ctI -
disease. that noises indicate a brain 211t, Jasper, 1'1. eNl 22.31 Dell 21.2S
How to prevent It? First, you tumor, deafness or an oncoming
Oldet& and FOR SALE
aar.n&
must not live In fear that your stroke, This 1* usually a false NEEDED AT ONCE Full 01' kind WIth compelll of Ita
child will ever acquire the dis fear. part time man or woman to AM.I rating pee.
ease Your child will sense your serve Watkins customers In pared to train qualified IDea 3 Bedroom Brick Home
and will be disturbedby The exact cause of yourmother's betw"" 2S and 10 In a Bath
anxiety! tinnitus l must besought Live Oak. Good Income. No In- i arr
your fears. Some drug can be vestment &t Jour own hour and anent buusinessCow 1Iu'n1llW9! Large Shaded Lot
Next, do not neglect a sore Write C. R Ruble Dept O.t. Prefer
and successfully used for
safely :
man with livestock
throat; fft'd1nc or $350 Down
the relief of tinnitus. P. O. Box.No, 2UT. Memphis.
Bouts of fever, acute attack Tennessee 31102. pace 2. ef*? selling exp+rtenn. Oood nr
of tonsillitis, red angry throats, After thorough examinationand and InOdrnIe Investment re- Assume Small

pains la the Joints of the body assurance by her physician, .wnod. PW CiOIDpIe inform.Monthly Payment,
must be treated early and Intensively your greatest help to your then without obIInti write
with today effective mother will be sympathetic understanding Words of P. 0. Boa 1311. Tallahassee, 3624582
antibiotic Well-balancod: dicta. of this annoying the Wise Do It Yourself 25c Car Wash u>a1. chat 2t
but probably not dangerous MOlt 01 the dlnppolnt
vitamin supplement, plenty of
rt and fresh air and avoidance condition. meats 01 later Ute could be FRANCHISE )IOM 'Valuable FOR 8ALK eM tine sd

cf contacts with acutely Wail Dr Cofemo CMHC! lightened ammtuurably it Revolutionary new business with minimum lUna,.. tubs lJarraJnt 'or earn tncu.
.....,. sick children II good preventive M meat high profit opportunity with a secure future item AD Ms natLbY.
ID
Werly 11lit. that ftIdcIa II
medicine. ., ft* *ia see rtaeVr* : aces lib .
is making $800 to $1,000 month In comparable nom BadndI a"happiness"
per
Your extreme worry neither enttfloM in fti. colum* ..*.*- what we confusedly call parazite but III fSltpbJte es IJr pIek tees( D.rbeur'e SetvtoeuW
One tranehlM available in
II a direction areu. area. plant IIY1IIC ors me
llhw XI ever poeri I* 04 ashes tAogi and aauc.
,prevent nor acne ** 0'JJrk0a. *3143$.
...., ,, lICIt a place, WM. A. MASSEY IIIOIItIn 1D the 101I'. W1aIa...
only alter* your composure and .r* */ .z tie r ( 4MrMyor ___ A e avaA.
/ J. IWTia) 83&-2211 P. O. Boa I3SI tteCecI. 1& lOStd5S18daey
deprive you of the real Joy of fetter to Dr. ColrsMO. SMC 1hIt.I a IIifICbbarbaod erysMaU
family life.f .r. of tits aewsteper. .-.... Pant. Florid doU.at ana. J'tU1J tea tor''ftnb. frrea IS&r1Ien Tin 8fn1ee.Wi. .

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)IcaEIen I Funeral Notices 1 Highest Dairy Show Individuals to vote for the bond Issue In order to let other parts of the

___.. There are two major factors state enjoy the same setup under
/' ";'; that led this newspaper to support which Suwannee County now

foamy, 1J 4.H CLU HOW.- Traffic the measure deaths on four.Jane lives The road bond Issue I consider
E.
Griffin
Count lary Susie Ilillhouse :. highways as compared to two- a must for Florida and believe
Bran 141" ; lane roads occur In a 3 to I ratio. this county stands to gain if the
.
.fonda > hoUSt'OnOIl1I 5< died Sunday In the Suwanneety of McAlpln. died In Clearwater state will pay 50 per cent of rights endment falls I am afraid It will
' Hospital. She was a memr Fls. October 21. I ... of way costs thereby relieving; be yean before we can expect
no II of the Cedar Grove Primitive She was burled In Clearwater counties of this burden This much Improvement to our primary
poet Church in O'Brien. Cemetery after funeral servicesat would be the first time this sharIng > road ayitern
tat (Funeral services were held Moss Fort Harrison Chapel on of rights of way costs by the
unid day at the Cedar Grove October 23.Survivors. state occurs and will art a precedent I feel we should vote sgalnst
[Church with Rev Elder Polk of- Include two sons. A. I think will leave the amendment five and not deny
'ertuba ficiaUnl. Burial was In Oak Grove Ralph and James Hillhouse of counties more secondary road those who live In mobile homes
of jt Cemetery. Clearwater; a daughter Mrs. funds In the future. Right cf the privilege of sharing with us
chr .Surviving. are four daughter, Irene Ward of Bronson: and 13 ways are now paid for largely the costs of our schools and oth-
Jrs. M. B Wooley of Live Oak. grandchildren from such secondary road fund er governmental facllltica now
amed Axle' Harris of Largo. Alma There are other reasons for approval being paid for by residents whose
[Hall of Houston. Tex. and Mrs. of the road bond Issue but homes are on foundations not
tin, er Thomas of Gainesville; Three From Here PlayIn the saving of lives and participation : heels.

is that [three eons Curtis Griffin and Concert TonightThree of the state In buying right I firmly believe the job of paying *

ere'0 ne'S of. [,Clyde Griffin of Branford. and Uv Oak ....ent. at of way are sufficient I think tar for adequate schools and
iHernheU Griffin of Tallahassee North Florid Janlor us to approve the meaiuures other services of local govern
College.lUbert .
[lour titters Annie Harris of ment should be spread wide and
Swing Tern Shields
,
[Crescent miasco Tex City, Lillian Orrle Conner Dunn of of and Frank Ilwc. will play In I The five top Individuals. the Suwannee County 4-11 Dairy Show left-right, are Jimmy Ray Hill I Amendment five would change no one should be denied the

{Jacksonville and Ethel ntmeyfof th* new 18-plece stag band hsase. Don Garrison Naanett Green, Brae Goff and Janet Cannon. ,IfhoU by Dan Slalner) present law and relieve mobile yearly messages of cheer Tax
Collector! : Sara Rawls malls to
la the NFJC Mul Depart homes of personal property taxes.
Ft. Myers: 20 grandchildren. mmf fall roman tonight Fair Exhibit I see no reason to grant such property owners In the county
step-grandchildren./ 1 great (TharMlaj) at I ..m. m th* added exemption to trailer home, around this time of the ,.ar.
[grandchildren, and 2 stepgreatgrandchlldren. Fine Arts Aaditoriua.Swing1 Those mho live In such homes it My advice vote yea on the

p ;Pallbearers. were E. Eatman plays bariUne. while Winners NamedNew i y my book should pay taxes rustlike first-four_. no on.-number- five
Shields will play saxophne J every body else for so many from
J Walter Dedge. Joe Dedge. CU'fence -
and Il.weaU1 perform .n the Harmony Pleasant Hill. of them serve as permanent Symptom ol Dlttrui Arttlng
Boatrtght. William Turner piano at th. concert. Philadelphia and Wellborn were dwellings STOMACH ULCERS
j and Israel Hunter.
Admission Is f.... U the event named blue ribbon winners for 1. tli+ i To classify a mobile home at a
IfTJsme B. Daniels Funeral\ Home Due TO EXCESS ACID
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The auditorium U .n the camp their educational exhibits In the -,?rt motor vehicle and thus subject It ,
|of Branford was In charge .s In Ma4lvn.Jajcees Suwannee! County Pair last week a ? to a license tax only would be to QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
t U. Red ribbon winners were Farmer. < < set such homes aside and grant
; ... ,'J..OoV Tlor Olf,11
- Iw special privileges
Ford A. Kalil ettes Beulah, and Pine Grove

- Continue Sale) Happy Homemakers Rosemary There are already too many -.n.e.mme ...due
.t, humeral for and Ladyland awarded white people today who do not WNUa TUATMUI r I.wbodd
services were held were o pay a .. .. .._.....
Endorse Hood) nOne) +ls h. *. ..""" '--.M.'
ribbons for their exhibits accord fair share of the costs of county
[Ford Anthony Kalil. former rest .-..-'.-u-...r...
[dent of Live Oak. at the Shrine The Live Oak Jaycee Halloween I log to MtM Ida Jo Harrison government particularly school, ..ra.ld_._......_aewn ore
- [of the Blessed Sacrament In candy sale will be continued home demonstration agent to add a alseable group to thrive k-sager_,.....-...-.r.alrr H.we.m.M.s.....A.C SeMW.rd'
used Washington D C., Tuesday He tonight (Thursday It was announced "Landscaping Do It Your already not carrying a fair share. III-V..... (MMmiiMni -rules
... .. .. .
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North ""' tn l
. [died Saturday at his residence in at the Jaycee meeting self was the central theme for
.2111&JJU .Washington. Tuesday by the sale chairman I the New Harmony group The Thus I feel that as tar as this Cheek Drug
I Survivors Include the widow. Tom Moore.Also' Pleasant IIU1 group emphasised county Is concerned we can vor"
Uvt Oak Drug Co.
[Mrs. Margaret P. Kalil of Wash at the meeting, the Junior the Importance of reading labels for the first three amendments >
onrfl' "inston: two sons. Ford A. KalilTJr. Chamber voted to endorse the. before using Insecticides<< and
'mce.1Jllpa. | and John B. Kalil. both of road bond amendment In the upcoming pesticides. The fun of eooktn .
Washington: a daughter Mrs. election and heard a talk out with the use of homemadetools I Jimmy Ray IIm ... .la ah.wn with his pelts animal In th.1
' Pllr [Martha K. Akra of Jacksonville: by Charles Green urging more and grills which fill for lit* ..11 CUb Dairy Show
finIS [three brothers. W. 8 Kalil of club support of civic proJecta. U. expense was Illustrated by the
mer. Washington. 8yd Kali of Phoe* Philadelphia Club. To capture on. I Unnnd-( I t'
Co.natllf. [nix. Arts, and John Kalil of Jack. Timed) It Right of the blue ribbons. Wellborn AlM>uy Sing Sunday I I desired counties to and permit amendment the clerk three of the Is for a (delightful' holdup
brought out the Importance of
laonvUle: a sister Mrs Marie Sha. If Columbus had been born At Siiwannre Spring
circuit court to also serve as cl-ik
better light for better sight
gal If t Ft. Walton Beach and sis
d.r.r ; .earlier h* probably could not Other themes used by the clubs The Suwannee County Fifth of the criminal court of record. in LYCRASPANDEX
[araridchlldren. have mad his 1492 voyage to were parental guidance and tarn Sunday Sing will be held thla This Is In line with similar re*
.
&at.UJt America. Boats were small: sea fly goals dental health using Sunday at the Suwannee Springs quests approved In the past and
I let; <. 6llaL"Leech men could: not sail Into the wind out-dated adult clothing for mak. Baptist Church beginning with certainly poses no problem for UII
and so stayed claw to land. The Ing fashions for children. ways to dinner on the ground at 10 am. to approve.
-4 Mrs. OUa Louts Leech: 70. compass was not available and save money In home living, prod Th public Invited to the all
NnBtrd whOle horn was In Des Motne' th stars had not been charted uets provided from trees, and day affair which features old. Amendment four Is actually: the
I Iowa. died her Monday after a accurately. It was not until the parent and teen-age understsnd time gospel<< singingTHINKING Important change on th* ballot
11. leudde*. Ulna Mrs. Leech warVisiting mid13th century: that ocean Ing a for It Is the road bond latue.
I m'e I her cousin ....... E. K. navigation was established as a'' Blue ribbon winners In the 4-IC The merits and demerits of the r
' !ft [Hamilton Of Rt e. Live Oak. science the National Geographic community exhibits were Leona. Issue are fairly I well known. HereIn
IppleWill II She was a retired credit man .,.. Branford. and McAlptn Suwan* .
lager of an automotive company nee Senior. Beulah. and Ladylsnd nal court of record and the circUit commissioners& and th* city
> per |to Dee Molnes.Surviving' Top. To Bottom were awarded red ribbons White court. Each had a clerk. council hate endorsed the pro : .
kiN, U a half sister. Miss Doffing the hats as a mod of ribbon winner was Wellborn. Palm Beach Is one of those poet) and I II urging local people
'1.:5 fjan* Hughes of Ca hace. Ql. greeting U not always customary ,"' +
The body was shipped! to Fly among men. This western tradl H '
art [mouth IH., tar services and burial! lion ls considered discourteous in -
int.'j |by the Suwanne Funeral Horn tome of the eastern nations. Instead -
of uncovering the head I Limited Offer!
ij
UIUtr China was growing cotton aa a they bar the feet
r,decorative plant In 700. .

Complete) Course I + a f u..
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[Before You Buy Why Not Try Slat Beverage Agent Gentry
I J R, James of LJv Oak has Just t'.e
..:. MORRELL SAVAGE completed a fourweek training

PLYWOOD PANE: ..D4GMOWING court conducted at the 1"tder.1AIooboI
nU and Tobacco School In
or Washington D. C.
m'aand ALUMINUM moiNO '
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1.23IJ BATHTUBS Th. a.._..* Coach Fares Lora 1(0PANry
Bones Bursar holds Ms ataathly at
LA V ATORlaVPlIOurnRT lag ..-... TharwU-1. at 4099Oteo1IOe
'Ur.na.. : MATERIAL' : (Curias Ik..... A latent alww
CABINET HARDWARE sad scooted 4fch. MPT** are e* i
..iptyl.. ALUMINUM WINDOWS U* program sere J. L Blade?. .l3fAS. ALL NEW ZENITHJ1cLd4t19"

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Jonathan ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ayAJ' JLI d.' Subscriptions I

aerIpt n-1 Sunn ll>l-MiU| MiU-lSi lid.>; H ftwnri lil-tT.
Pastor's CornerREV. I Suwannee Democrat \

Listed below are new subscrip
tions and subscriptions renewedto

C. A. WEBB. Pastor the Suwannee Democrat from
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I 4 October 15 to October 22.
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONSHarvey !
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LIVE OAK
Buss, Rt. L. O. S
-- --. .- Robert W. McKnlght Albuquerque. Apl

DO IT YOURSELFMore Live thinking. The modern gos peAl N. M. i'i tow
I
and more it sounds like has become in many ways a sort Mrs Thomas J. Leahy Jr. Ft tool

we are now living in the "do it of "do it yourself" gospel. It says ''' LauderdaleMrs. lion
yourself" age. Advertisement that God help and that lie Is James Estes. Orlando bill,
may
DaYl4 101'1II8 a eloM with Saul '. .P..t*!I"> tllwart..s In his at. Jonathan .. to Dwirfi .. .
WT/Uhlp p> hiding place What J athM l a Uln. D vt bombard us from every side, tel- very helpful too but actually Saul'a wti JonaUwl,5".l'.llnITUd *""'> to kill *.\* WIllS Jonathan and Mvl*. flight TIle, Jllaka a .omnrl. .. gnat ItaufhUr .(Until to awl
ling us that whatever needs fixingor everything really depends upon nCTCr to Michal MuTi Mm... him O.. MITT Saul trW conouA of frimdriilp btfo.. th. also. dwpiu tII. .UtUr p.n.eutloa Miss Nell Richards. Lake City ie
patching or building or paint- you. One of the Bible verses most eaIouI11a arowwl. bD aorld'. pop. vainly to slay l him ton with javtf. Lord end eontliui. muting whmmr --U a.mu.1 SUBSCRIPTIONS RENEWED $
uluitjr-I awmul la. -i Samiwl it. p>Mtbl.I SwnuM M. OOLDEN TEXT: John 1 .IX Leonard Ooff Bishop, Calif.
Ing, indeed whatever needs doing quoted In support of this notion is mre
we can do it ourselves. There are found in Micah 8:8: : "lie hath Verna Hunter, L. O.
all kinds of materials availableand showed thee 0 man what is good; I undoubetedly referring to the Mrs. nilvia Tucker Rt. L. 0 lot]
all kinds of ways to use them, and what doth the Lord requireof moral law, the Ten Command J BeachvilleWe I Pine Level Mrs. E. V. MU&<
so that we shouldn't have to hire thee, but to do Justly, and to ments. When man disobeyed the Mrs. Harry J. Folsom Lawton wa

anybody to do anything for us love mercy, and to walk humbly law, God did not change the law are very glad that Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. F Toole and spent the week end with Mr. and Okla.F. .
anymore. At any rate that is the with thy Ood?" This Is one of the to suit the sinner He still holds Mrs Willie Beach are home again son, Jimmy, spent Sunday with Mrs. Homer Hayes. W. Carter, Rt. L. 0 : ,set
claim of the super salesmen who most beautiful statements In man responsible for keeping It after he had spent 3Vt weeks In Mr ,and Mrs. Oscar Brim. Charlotte and Mike Johnsonand Mrs. Benjamin H. Hooper. RtU e
are peddling their wares on radio Scripture, but it has been robbedof The divine law Is not just an Ideal the Alachua General Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited Jack Flowers visited Mr. and 0.Clyde ,N
and television In its beauty by those who have toward which we should strive 4 Bryant L. OFaye'a *0 0
newspapersand weeks at his son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes Mrs. R. W. Moseley Sunday af-
magazines. distorted its meaning. The popular but It Is a divine standard of JivIng daughter's, Mr. and Mrs. C C. awhile Thursday night. ternoon.Mr. Flowers, L. O. riaicmov.

That seems to be the spirit of conception of this verse Is thatIt by which we are being Judged. Hemphlll, to be near his doctors. Elaine Anders Sunday and Mrs. Drew Holmes! Otis Lawson. Rt. L. O. .
spent A. Jack Phillips, BranfordMrs. in.
gives us a noble ideal toward When ODd speaks of justice. He We glad he Is Improv-
the age: do it yourself. This could are very with Robin Lepper. visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howell
Ethel Phillips OalnesrllleRaymond tats:
which we should strive. We must means perfect righteousness ing.
very well be the label on our civilization -
Friday night .
We are a proud and prac- try to do justly to love mercy, and When He speaks of mercy, He Mr. and Mrs Hots Spooner of Mr. and Mrs L. P. Fortner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited Paul Green, Jacksonville teal
tical people. We don't like to to walk humbly with God. We are means perfect love. When He Jacksonville visited here last week spent a few days last week visiting 11.01
Mr and Mrs. Leslie Parker Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anders Mr. F. B. Brlnson. L. 0 tip,
waste a lot of time talking or told that Ood will demand nothing speaks of humility He means per end.
Thursday night.
thinking about things. We wantto more than that. If we will just fect submission To lack these Mrs H. C, Cason had the misfortune and Mrs. Verna Parker at St. Mrs. Drew Holmes visited Mr. Holmes Thursday night. Pie'4ider
reach for this high Ideal sincerely three; virtues means that Cloud, and Mr, and Mrs. Grover
do them So many believe we are to cut her hand rather and Mrs. E J. Paulk ST. awhile Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Alder-
Ood will be satisfied with us, and not the kind of man Ood want broken Baxter at Klasimmee. iron
there Is nothing that can't be severely Friday night on a Friday morning man and children, air. and Mi'Jewel '
done. all will then be well with us, In us to be. tea glass but Is better now after Mr. and Mrs H. M. Moore I, Jimmy Toole spent Friday with Hayes and children of Live Ile'lb
Of course that spirit Is foundIn time and In eternity. That Is the Now, we are not only sinners, several stitches were taken. were dinner guests of Mrs. Lucille Mr. and Mrs Slim Touchton. Oak and Mrs. John Sheppardwere
many religious attitudes too. In "do' It yourself" interpretation of and we not only fall to do Justly, Hope she will soon be well again 'I Olive Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Brown dinner guests of Mr and havs .
fact It has almost become a religion this verse of scripture. to; love mercy, and to walk hum Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Odom Leon and Leroy Sapp and Earl visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Mrs. B. F. Hayes Sunday. 1.
Itself, for it Is now very Nothing could be farther from bly with God but we are often and daughter, Miss Marvanelle and Eugene Clark visited Jamesand -
popular to have faith In faith the truth. If God Is truly dod wilfully unjust, merciless and Odom Mr. and Mrs O. D. Beach I W. L. Baxter Sunday after- I I .
Just how much God has to do then He cannot be satisfied with proud. That Is why our world U Lena Pearl Tldwell Gary Beach,I noon. am.d
with It, Is hard to say We are told mere asplritatlon on our part. lie as It 1s. We have helped make It and Donald Cason attended the Rev Charles Johnson of Perry
that we can solve our spiritual must demand perfect obedience. that way. There Is only one Mann dedication of the new cafeteriaat spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. o'Bci'
problems with the power of posl- Ood means what He says and not the history of our race who the Advent Christian Home at R. W. Mosele,. James B. Daniels
"do the best you can." We are proved Himself capable of meetng Dowllng Park Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Artis Oolden and
made In the Image and likeness of this high standard of Ood Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes were DonPACE
Ood and He has every right to He was not only a Man but the and daughters Jan and Gall visited business visitors In Perry Friday.
If you were born in demand perfection from us. lie Son of Ood. Jesus was born with relatives in Statesboro. Oa., Mr and Mrs. Carl Tressler visited Funeral HomesLIVE is

October of an odd- will not cut His standards or re- out sin and He lived a sinless life last week end. Mr. and Mrs H. M. Moore ,lice
quirements. He still wants the and He conquered slnforslnners Mrs. L C. Terry and daughter. Saturday afternoon. nor
numbered year, renew same kind of man He wanted by His death and resurrection.He Linda, and Mrs. Sanford Beach Mr and Mrs. J. R. Sluedrr of OAK and BRANFORD row.ome.
your drivers license when He made the first one a alone has done what Ood calls l were business visitors In Lake City Live Oak visited Mr and Mrs
man who always does justly, loves good. If it had been possible for Friday morning R. W MoBeley Sunday afternoon.
this month. : mercy and walks humbly with his us to be saved with a "do It your L. A. Tidwell and hU aunt Mrs. Mrs. Joe Tejarah of Miami U Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen- .

self" religion God would never Dan Hlnes. were visitors in St. spending a few days with Mr. and equipped ambulances on call twenty. .
Ood.Our
text that Ood has have down here In and Thursday Mrs. W, T. Watts.
says come the per Petersburg Tampa
Reece BrownCOUNTY SHOWN us what Is good and son of His Son to suffer and die O D. Beach was a business visitor Esther Anders spent Sunday four hours each day in both Live Oak

what he requires of us What does on the cross. In Gainesville Thursday with Marcia MOII'lt). and Branford.
JUDGE this mean? How has he shown us This is the central truth of the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hemphlll Mrs. Norman Anders Is spending 'II
what He wants? The prophet was whole Christian faith and It Is and son Wayne, of Gainesvilleand a few days with her parents I
this: Ood has precisely done for Mr and Mrs. Johnny KirbY In Earlington. Pa.
us what we could not do for ourselves and daughter, Elaine of O'Brien Mrs. J. C. Platt and daughter -.CALL DAY OR NICHT_ 3C

I MODERN and It cost Ood nothing less were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Linda of Miami and Gainesville LIVE OAK BRANFORD
than the blood of Ills only begot- Beach Sunday.Mr. .
1p! AERIAL ten Son. Therefore, if you confess' and Mrs. M. M. Tidwell 'Sanford Beach visited Mr. and 362. 3333 935-4100
that you can never measure up of Beachvtlle and Rev and Mrs Mrs. Bill Hartley and children In
APPLICATION to that standard set forth In our M. A. Tidwell and children of Newberry Friday afternoon.
ext, and that you need Jesus Live Oak were visitors In Jack Mr and Mrs Lavaugn Swalla J. B. DANIELS JR., L.F.D.
Spraying __ _
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Dusting Fertilizing Christ to do It for you. then you sonville Tuesday.Mrs. of Cocoa were guests of Mr and
have chosen the gospel of Ood's O. D, Beach and Mrs. Mrs. Willie Beach Sunday.
pure grace So do what He tells t
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I / THE OLD HOME TOWNB STANLEY IT HAPPENED
WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORT
WASHINGTON (Continued From rage II >
f TH* FOLKS #4 THAT or THE I
nee Democrat, as Chamber president -
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REPORTBy & HAVE iRIS LOVELY ; for the 1938 calendar year Suwannee Valley Livestock Market
I BASKET AND EVERY THINS Wadsworth b currently serving aapresident -
BRAND- of UM trade organlu-
IN IT-ALL
SPESSARD U HOLLAND Nt'WF0 FREE Lion and was drafted for a second A total of 295 cattle and calves No. 2. $22.75; No. 3, $2280; No.
Unite States Senator = O term In the office. were sold at the Suwannee Valley 4. $2285; and No. 1 roughs
Livestock Market for the weekending $20.75.
Swift Action On Supplemental disposal of huge surpluses Our Several hundred enthusiast! October 20. down from the .
Appropriations BID In Its drive bill differs widely from, thai spectator' cheered and applaudedthe 324 sold the previous week Harris Elected Head
toward adjournment the Senate passed by the House particular participant In the Rotary Moat classes of cattle and
Of Pl.l. Beta Lambda
toot quick action on the $4.7 bil with reference to foreign quotas sponsored Calf Scramble Friday calves sold fully strong to |1
lon supplemental appropriations In which we allowed! a two-yeai afternoon at the Suwannee County higher Cattle were In demand Tommy Harris of Live Oak
bill most of which la required to period as compared to the fir Pair 4-H Club members winning from both packer and stocker heads the 50 members Chapter of
finance federal programs enactd years allowed by the House. Ai dairy heifers In the scramble were buyers Phi Beta Lambda at North Florida
in this session. We passed the this letter goes to print this bill y Clayton Burton. Gary Garrison Slaughter cattle sold as follows Junior College. He succeeds
neasure late Wednesday and U in conference and we hope tcpasa Larry Law. Alfred Klrkpatrlck. : Gaines Howerton of Madison nowa
mpleted the Senate-House con- a final version before sdJouming. Randall Musgrove, Minus Harry Steers: standard and good Junior at Florida State University.
rence the following morning Freddie Oxendine. Al ROM Way U'.25-U2.1I0; utility. 11575- .
loth Houses have now adopted man Taylor and William lIo, IJ. $1780. Other new officers from Live
he conference report and the bill Right-To-Work Repeal Effort* Heifers: standard and food Oak are Vice President Glen
waits Presidential action. I was Stymied Efforts to repeal Section McAlpin was again the winner IU-I31SO; utility $15-11823. Carver and Parliamentarian Fon-
i Senate conferee. While I supported 14b), the righttoworkprovision of first price for a community Cows: cutter and utility $11- lIe Allbrltton.
final passage of the bill In of the Taft-Hartley Act, booth at the Suwannee County 11625; canner $.-.n. Phi Beta Lambda Is an organisation -
e Senate I was among the minority have been defeated for the pmm Fair this year The attractive display Bulls, cutter and utility, $1525$17 sponsored by the Business
who unsuccessfully fought t session of the 89th Congress. prepared for that community .80. Department to help students -
0 strike the rent subsidy pro.ySalona Senator Mansfield the Majority nosed out the exhibit enteredby Calves: standard and good $!(. meet the future demands of
which were ultimately removed Leader tested the support for the Antloch $20; utility U-$18.. business and Industry. The NFJC
in conference. As approved proposed legislation on October Vealers: standard and good, chapter chartered In 1983 U
III conference the measure retains It by calling for a vote to stop would have amended the Agrtcul the showing made by the Corps U-$21.75.. comparable to Future Business
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$12.8 million to cover pro- debate by invoking cloture. This tural Marketing Agreement Act of Engineers I added funds to Sgt. Hay Peterson Freder-stocker cattle sold as Leaders of America In senior colleges .
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casing and resettlement of some attempt failed to come anywhereclose to permit marketing argreementsand start construction of the necessary Help, Earn Citation follows: .
1000 additional Cuban refugees to polling the required t no- orders applicable to celery canals and control structure Steers; standard and good
expected to arrive from Cuba In thirds vote of those present. On sweet corn limes or avocados to *. The conference bill now Start Sergeant Ray A. FeUraon. $l'-$22; utility U-$18. Sow And Reap.
the next few months: It also pro. the basis of this poor showing provide for paid advertising. The goes to the Resident son of Mrs. B. M. Dempsey Heifers: utility and standard Sow a thought and youll reap
,ides $15 million to carry out the Senator Mansfield concluded Senate added two other commodities of Live Oak. has helped his unit $13-$15 an act, Sow an act and youll
ball of the Hurricane "Beta," wisely. I believe that his cue pecans and olives and RIven And Harbors Author!- at Homestead AFB Fla. earn an Few Inferior cows M1I< reap a habit Sow a habit and
rltef I bill which I co-sponsored was hopeless this year On the the House added eight more satlon Conference Report Adopted outstanding rating for combat Calves: standard and good youll reap a character Sow a
rtth Senator Russell Long. Anther last day of debate I spoke at carrots citrus fruits, onions. To- Both Houses have adoptedthe readiness. l-$2375; utility 111-ill. character and youll reap a destiny -
I Item of Interest was the In- length against the measure in my kay grapes fresh pears dates, conference report. on the omnibus Sergeant Peterson and other U 8. No. I hogs sold for $23.31; .
t lesion of planning funds for the capacity as co-captain together plums, and nectarines I strongly rivers and harbors author- members of the 19th Airborne
bird Congressional Library I with Senator Ervtn. of one of the favor the self-help marketing upon bill thus sending It to the Missile Maintenance Squadronwere
. ulldlng which will contain the extended debate teams' The fact agreement approach to the problems President. As It came out of conference cited by Strategic Air Command -
amen Madison Memoial Hall that Florida the first state to of agricultural producers the measure contained a (SAC) headquarters ofnclala When You Shop or Recommend To
nd repository for the papers of enact a right-to-work law, placedIt which U available upon the approval number of vital navigation flood for demonstrating superior
11 our Presidents in our State Constitution by of two-thirds or more of control and beach erosion projects operating capability during a recent Friends Please Include These Home Town
popular vote k. of course a most .he producers Incidentally the for our state. They are: "n -notice" testing exercise.
Senate Passes Sugar Legtala- compelling reason for me to fight Florida Citrus Marketing Avree- Navigation Jacksonville Harbor The sergeant Is a missile! mechanic Processed Items
on I supported the sugar bill this effort. ment. one of the oldest now In ......000: Ponce de Leon In- In the SAC force.
used by the Senate 69 to 16. existence has brought much valueto let. $1.104000. Broward County
te Wednesday. As approved. It Agricultural Legislation Pasted our citrus Industry and HUlsboro Inlet. $1.093000; research laboratory In Gainesville FROZEN
locates the American market Doth Houses of Congress have East Pats Channel (Gulf of Mexico we also assured the continuation 10-oa Box WIIITR AcnE brand PKA8 with RNAFfl
Wong domestic and foreign amended. passed and sent to the Increases For State Projects Into Choctawhatchee Bay), of research on wrapper IH-lb. Dag WHITE ACRE brand PICAS with SNAPS
rowers, continues a price eontil President my bill S. 2093 Introduced Retained In Public Works Ap $1.151, 000. Flood Control Hen- leaf tobacco at the Quincy experiment 20-oa IUg ARCTIC CIRCLE brand WHITE PEAR
I program and Increases the In June at the request of propriatlona Conference Last dry County $4988.000; Southwest station, and lung oil 20-oa. Hag ARCTIC CIRCLE brand BLACKEYE: PEAS

omestlc quota by 580.000 tons the Florida Fruit and Vegetable week the Senate-House conference Dade County, $4903000: Biscayne research at Docaluna. Louisiana Ui-lb Bag REAL Snaps SOUTHERN: brand I1LACKCYE PEAS with
its year so as to facilitate the ,Association This bill originally of which I wu a member Bay, $1984000; Phllllppl and Cairo. Oa. Of special Interestla
reached agreement on the public Creek Basin $4893.000. Beach the fact that the lung operation
works appropriations bill I am Erosion Duval County $2.288,* at Cairo has Just been transferred CANNED
SPECIAL DURING OCTOBER glad to report that we retainedall 000; Fort Pierce $220.000., This to our Big Bend State station OOOD CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Florida Items In conference in. legislation also authorises funds at WonU lIo. Action on the 1lb. Can WHITE ACRE brand PEAK with MArti
.l '4" 4dInterior eluding an unbudgeted $750000 for various Florida surveys. bill was completed Thursday afternoon 1-lb, Can LE-KO brand FRESH BOILED: PEANUTS
above the Howie-approved am- and It has to the
Plywood . Per sheet $3.00 ount for the start of construction Agriculture Appropriations Conference President gone Country llama Country Bacon Country 3.iia.....
3/8" 4x8Sheetrock on the Four Rivers Basin Green Completed I served M
. . . per sheet $1.50 Swamp) and the extra $1 million chairman of the Senate conferees Following adjournment I will Processed In The Suwanne River Valley
I added In the Senate to the who together with House counterparts enter Bethesda Naval Hospitalfor
LOADED ON YOUR TRUCK budgeted $13 minion voted by the came to final agreementlast a cataract operation on my Dr
louse for the Central and Southern Wednesday on the agriculture right eye. This will probably delay -
SUWANNEE BLOCK CO. Florida Flood Control Pro- appropriations bill which appro- my return to Florida several McMULLEN FOOD BANK INC.
,ect. For Pour Riven the House priaUs $$3 billion for fiscal 1966. a-eeka Mary plans to remain here ,
N. Walker Av. Phone 362-1 S31 bill contained only $130.000 for The bill appropriates $1440000" until we can both return to Bar- IJVE OAK FLORIDA
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OFFICERS Cash and Due From Banks $1,493,608.16 ,{ e I, /

United States Securities 2,311,840.45

LOUIS J. DAY, PresidentW. State County! and Municipal EJonds 499710.50, $4,305,159.11 1 .

M. JERNIGAN, Executive Vice Pres. Loans and Discounts 3322472.29

Overdrafts 8.498,17 3,330,970.46 I
'JOHN. G. ADICKS, Vice President Banking House 15,339.42

J. TOM MOORE, Vice President Furniture and Fixtures t 12101.64

Real Estate Owned other than bank .
CHARLES F. GREEN, JR., Cashier premises 56,000.00Deposits 83,441.06


DORIS B. ALLEN, Assistant Cashier Total $7,719,570.63

LAURA C. TEAGLE Assistant Cashier .
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

6965919.19

Capital Stock 200000.00

DIRECTORS Surplus 200000.00

Undivided Profits 21 7.9"J.16

LOUIS J. DAY Reserves 135708.28 753,651.44

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W. M. JERNIGAN 4.. Total $7,719,570.63
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. Rotary Calf Scramble Winners trlct dairy show Tenth Breeder Show fled that his firm purchases Type er flue-cured types
Don Garrison won the district John H..., Branford FFA 14 as part of a common supply to Volght'a testimony wound
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Chapter entered the grand! demand. the two days of
i'II-'m! '.' -I" fitting contest, and Janet Can- meet a common Washing
< .> : non won the district showman- champion boar In the Youth Fred W. VOight a Waycross. hearings before the Agrlcultu
: ship contest. Suwannee County's Swine Breeder Show Terry Put- Ga., grower, said in the final Department's chief hearing eamlner
I team also placed second in the nal of Mayo had the reserve testimony Tuesday that "a critical G. Osmond Hyde oth
Youth Judging Contest behind grand champion boar and soul-searching appraisal sessions were held earlier th
; : ,'if; Dixie County, Putnal also had the reserve Is urgent to determine if the month in Waycross and RalcieN.

: Beef Cattle Show champion sow, placing behind mixing of many varieties "Is responsible C.
'ii.:(. Two Florida Sheriffs Boys Kenneth Glen's grand champion. for the decline In popu- It now remains for the Seen

w Ranch young men took honors In Glen Is also a Branford Future larity of U. S. flue-cured tobacco tary of Agriculture to examtn

the Hereford division of the Open Farmer. abroad. the testimony of the hearings an
Beef Cattle Show, Gordon Swisher Volght said that exporters often submit a ruling M to wheth
entering the grand championbull HEARING cannot buy as much Type 14 as Type 14 will be separated in thl

and Bobby Ellison the reserve I (Continued From Face 1)) I they have contracts for. Earlier, acreage and poundage allotments
r grand champion bull his firm buys Type 14 as part of I Martin Hearn of the Florida .

r Enoch Garrison had both grand the "common supply of tobacco I Farm Bureau had cited correspondence -

and reserve champion Hereford available to us," but admitted from tobacco interestsIn VOTE

cows under questioning that higher West Germany declaring thata I'' (Continued From Pare 1))
In the Angus division, Bill Can prices drawn by Type 14 would separation of Type 14 from house trailers from the person

non swept the field with the tend to show there is a greater other flue-cured varieties would I I I property tax.Amendment.
grand champion bull and the demand for it. be welcomed.It Two authorizes a'1

--- -. -- ____ __._____.____ _._. _n_. .___________._ 'grand. and reserve championcows. Dewey P. Kadder, representing was stated that Industry additional county judgeship for
There was no reserve Cham the Lorillard Co. testified thatIt statistics show that in the past Lake County and the Third I
Ten 4-H Club members winning calves In the Rotary Club Calf Scramble Friday are shown. pion Angus bull. would be difficult to distinguish year only .7 of one per cent of Amendment provides that the '.

Left-richt, they are Larry Reeves, Stanley Cribb., Leroy Lee, Danny Denton Dennis Young, Danny T J. Haynes of O'Brien hall all In a sales warehouse! Type Type 14 has gone Into stocks of Palm Beach County clerk of the

I Reeves, Paul Gamble, Mike Dunn, Benny Denton and Ronald Smith. Behind the winners are Rotary winners In the Open Swine Breeder It from other flue-cured tobacco the Agriculture Stabilization circuit court shall serve also as

Club President Dave Austin, left, Ed Butler, Rev Pomeroy Carter Norm Protsman, Dr. Joe Davis Show, with the grand and reserve types. A representative of the Corp., compared to a range of clerk of the criminal court of I

and Bill Maachan.. (Photo by Dan Stainer) champion boars and sows. Imperial Tobacco Co., also testl- 62 to nearly 11 per-cent-for oth- record.


and Light, Florida Rock Products CIRCUSThe
Math ProfessorTo Corp., Fuco Chemical Co., H. C.
traveling troupe of 80 students -
Cross & Sons Lumber, Howland
performs all the traditional
At Feed Mill, Ilene Industries Inc.
Speak circus acts including trapeze
Live Oak Coca-Cola Bottling
clown, slack-wire, balancing, acrobatic -
Co., Live Oak Nehl Bottlng! Co.,
Messenger Press, MIzell Produce and skating.
Douglass High "It takes a year or two to traina OFFICE MACHINES
Co., Montgomery Trucking Co.,
student to In major
Dr. Israel E. Glover, head 01 t McMullen Food Bank, North perform a .
act and it is the sheer love of circus r
the Mathematics Department al t Florida Telephone Co.,
that student to devote -
Florida A&M University, will 1 Palm Telephone Co., Quality causes a
his hours out of the classroom -
speak with students and faculty Telephone Co., Smuts Concrete '
to it," Adrian Catarzl, circus -
members Douglass High School Products, Southern Dolomite and .
director, pointed out.
Monday, according to PrincipalR. Hlcal Co? Southern Foam Products
Catarzl in the FSl
performed
L. Ricks Buwannee Block Co..
The public Is Invited to attend Suwannee Democrat, Suwannee circus while he was a student anwas <
named director this He
three meetings with Dr Glover Grain Corp., Suwannee Honey year.
At noon, he will meet with the Co, Suwannee Packing Co., Su- is one of the dozen or so personsin CALCULATOR COME SEE THIS
who has
all circus history performed -
math teachers and luncheon ad wannee Spreader Service, and
the triple somersault on
ministrators. Velda Dairies.
Dr. Olover will also speak to s the flying trapeze
In the circus must REMINGTON DX-94
Junior-senior assembly at 1:30: Students MACHINE TODAY!
CORKContinued maintain at least a "C" average
pm and confer with the facultyat MORE
in class room work. With the helpof
3:20: p.m. at the school. ( From Pate 1)) ADDS. SUBTRACTSMULTIPLIESDIVIDES
two staff members, they per-
however, pointed out that poultryis form all of the work in rigging for I

Ebenczer A.M.E. Sets becoming Increasingly Important the acts as well as the actual per MODERNIZEYOURFIGUREWOHK '-
In the Suwannee Valley
formances. Few have any previous -
Pone DiscussionA area with the coming In of one of
circus experience and a large
panel discussion with the the commercial poultry producers majority have never seen a "real f
theme "A Message To Reach A which is putting in broiler live" circus before coming to FSU I.

Sermon To Teach" will be featured houses. Since the start of the circus In -
at the Ebenezer AME He said with this Increase in 1948 with makeshift costumes. yd WITH THE ;: ,

Church Sunday, led by Mrs. Bessie broiler population together with the organization has grown to include .
Jackson.A the beef and pork demand it's
200 students and specially
"to have something to BEAUTIFUL!
coffee hour following the necessary designed costumes and equipment -
worship service will be held in the feed these animals. I
Corn has always been the basis
annex. Flying High has been featuredin 4.
Rev A. M White also urges for grain feed with the additionof various national publicationsand a NEW! REMINGTON 1

attendance to the special musicalto concentrates.The .
television. In 1084 the circus
be presented Sunday at 7 p..m. agronomist said that an made a summer trlp'to' Europe }
IO-kEYELECTRIOADDINGMCHINE
extensive testing program with
Appearances In Athens, Florence, .
Cypress Gardens, Fie, has more corn breeders is In operation at
Nice and Barcelona were filmedby
than 60 miles of underground Irrigation the Agricultural Experiment Sta New efficiency: new economy: new elegance enter your
tlons' main station In Gainesville, CBS-TV and shown over the office with the Remington Model 4 Adding Machine. You get fart
lines within 1U 108
acres
national television circuit. addition ,subtraction imiltlpllcetlofl division and credit
Up to 800 plots are set up annually -
Each summer, selected mem- balance answer with amazing easel Thanks to the Dexterity
CHAMBER\ for testing commercial bers of the circus perform at Cat ?v. Keyboaid.: Power Control*, end exctytlv\ advanced 'I
lines ai well breeding. lines operatingutures..,
laway Gardens at Pine Mountain,
(Continued From Pat 1))
Out of this extensive variety
In the shows. Ga. During the fall,' the travellnr Ir For beauty and verutnity then Is nothing this touches 0M kegs
testing at the Suwannee Station, --
troupe makes appearances In Remington Model 4 NXKey Adding Machine!
The election of Chamber of came Florida 200A. a recent Introduction -
Commerce directors followed the to the state's growers. Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. AS TODAY FOR A.FREE ..."'t.JOe TtSl

banquet program. Those who were Other branch stations are involved Usually these performances are I.
sponsored by local civic organizations. -
named to serve on the board are In the testing program head- .
Dr Donald Burch, Leon Lawhon, ed up by the Agronomy Department .
B, A. Swing Jr., A. P. Nott, and in Gainesville.
:
J. Marvin Phillips 6r. Florida 200A Is an improved DAIRY WINNERS $395 $295
.
Mayor J. Marvin Phillips, yellow field corn hybrid for (Continued From Pat 1))
chairman of the government com. North and West Florida. In mal; and to Paul Garrison and

mlttee of the Chamber, presented three-year tests, it gave an average Janet Cannon who tied for the
certificates to Sen Houston Roberts yield of 79 bushels per acre best grade animal.
and Rep. Leon McDonald for u compared with 88 bushels for The Sears-Roebuck Foundation

"working as a team" In benefit Coker 87 and 80 bushels for Dixie I sponsors tthe county and district

ing Suwannee County in the 1905 18, both commercially availableto shows, according to Assistant
Florida Legislature. growers. County Agent Fred DeVane. CASH REGISTER Every Typing Student

Awards for Certificates to local These averages are state-wide Jimmy Ray Hlllhouae, Don
Industries went to Brown ones and do not represent yields I Garrison, and Bruce Goff of 8u-
Wood Preserving, Cable TV, FlorIda obtained only at the Suwannee wannee County were among the REMINGTON 322
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r 13-7 In Close Buccaneers Fought Grid Lose,TQ BattleThe Jasper S\LW\ J D !! nT


Branford Buccaneers fell prey to the Hamilton

County Rebels of Jasper there last Friday night 13.7 as of LIVE OAK
three pass interceptions and a fumble decided the dif-
ference in a close fought contest.

Jasper compiled! 172 yards on the ground during the ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 24
uit ana Branford 132 Toe Buccaneer
gained 11 first down to
1 for their opposition and completed STATISTICS Bran. Jal.I 450 Names Reported lltr
6 of SI priers for 80 yard First Down II' News From BranfordBYi
while the only two passe attempted RBshli* Yardage 141 IIJ P-TA President
Urges SigningOf
by Jasper were tncomplete. Yards Lest Rushing 1 SNet

Early. In the first quarter after raw Yard Attempted Bashing1SS SI 111 Ira MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH School Bond Petitions

l an exchange of punts End Wade Completed I I -

Ooolaby a pitchout fen on from a fumble Quarterback following Yard Passing Fenalbrd Yardage M II STtmrt 1 Witches GhostsTo Dog Inoculation Heifer Fund Is P-TA President Mrs. W. R. Hill urged all registered
\ voters in the Branford the petition for
Kim Miller to Halfback Ronnie Penalised S 4 Set November 5 area to sign a
lt. From the It yard line Rebel Fumbles Lest 1 I county school bond issue at the Branford Parent-Teach
t In Dr. Donald L. Burch veterinarian I HereA I
Appear Sponsored Association meeting night.
. Quarterback Johnny Peterson and will be at the fire station ers Thursday
Graham C. Owen chairman of the and fi.IT'onenn's I
November a. tram S until budget -
Pullback Mike Jones moved to the heifer fund ha been made ..
BUCCANEERS'; TALE Buts one yard line In three play Saturday Parade I BJH. for the pit,.... ef In- possible by a group of local merchant nsnce committee, preaeniea me
Individual. ...ilRCSHING and Peterson piled over for the ecalaUng dog allowed te ran at and business men to make Club HereTtt proposed budget for the 1M5-68
score. David Wilson misted the Witches ghost and goblins large In the Town ef Branhrd. It possible for local Future Farm Honor Husbands school term which was adopted.A .
Tries Ida. AT. TD conversion and Jasper led 1-0. will Invade Branford this Saturday Charge for Inoculating don Is era to purchase and raise animalsThe The Executive Board ef the membership of 110 was report
Branferd In the second period Jones and afternoon u the annual IS. main purpose of the fund Branford Woman' Club will ed u of this meeting.
Lee t X* S-al 1Cheney Peterson moved from the Juper school Halloween Carnival gets The town clerk Sire Lola P. war to see that the heifer In the meet Wednesday. afternoon Mrs. Hill gave a report on the
IS IS (..ISS S 41 to the Buca 18 yard Une In underway.A WUhi tma. will aba be present leell Youth Heifer Sale sold for a Nov S. at IllS pun In the progress the school committee
Miner 11 U S four plays and Paul Hlckman. In parade of witches ghosts, licensee for the dogs else profit. club Ia_. waa making In getting the new
Ie.... I I S.' 5 his only play from scrimmage, pumpkins bat, goblins black SS. In accordance with the lewn Local citizen and group taking Toni,.. (Thursday I the petition signed and urged all
Jasper moved to the one. Jones scored cats and a variety of other things ordinance part were Branford State Woman's Club member will registered voters to sign their
,, J.M 1Peteessa will start off the Halloween fesJvltles a. n.m'lh.* way they were registered -
.I. II' 4 and Wilaon added the point to Bank Hatch Brother, Branford honor their husband and all
U 111 US I give. the Rebels a 13-0 edge at & pm. led by the Fred Mill/ Walker Cold Storage new mldenta. ef the Branford to vote. The last count
HfeaaaaBiTaytor 1 IS IS.' S In the fourth quarter Ptttrso Stanford High School Band. Birthday Party Hold Branford Area (Men' Club. Ward renunanlty. All member are showed about 450 names from the
I.44... 5 intercepted Cheney's pass and returned Prize will be awarded to the For Laden Owm' I Fertilizer Company', James Severance Invited to attend and bring Branford area.
Miralrr 1.1 -! S to the Branford 11 but the persona having the best and most Grocery, Branford Hard- their hatband. The state P-TA convention will
PASSING Due defense !held and Branford original costumes Judging of the Ladon Owens son ClIO. O I ware Branford Stockyard, Variety B a be held at the Civic AuditoriumIn
AI&(' .lni. VdvTD took over on their S yard line. costumes will be held at the Owen of Branford was honored Drug Store, Mrs. Betty Dur Jacksonville on November 1ft-
r Branford Ulller moved the team to the school following the parade. recently with a party celebrating den Nursing Council II. Mr. Hill will attend with
MilterCkmey 11 S t' 4. 1 Jasper one yard line as Its and A feast of chicken and rice with hit tenth birthday at the home of Branford Gas and Electric, The Suwannee County Home another delegate from the P-TA.
.111t' Cheney ran well and he threw to all the trimmings\ Including an Ur, and Mr*. Dan Dorsett Kelly Auto Supply Srhofleld Insurance Nursing Advisory Council will Room count was won by the
Fleer! I. Cheney and Flsaell. Ronnie Lee assortment of plea and cakes, will Games were played during the Agency Daniels Funeral meet Friday, October S>. at 13:15: tenth grade and Mr. Kennedy'
Jasper scored from the one yard lint and be served In the school cafeteria afternoon. and refreshments of Home Severance Truck Line, p.m. In the Big Dixie Restaurant third grade.
Taylor I. S 1 1 Jerry Scarborough kicked the following the parade. Hot do... cake Ice cream and punch merelerved. Miller Walker Roy Kelly, Sykea In Live Oak Mrs. Raymond Humphries
.
McDaaM 11 S 1 t PAT. ftvtnf the Buca another sloppy lots, and soft drinks will Service Station. Monet Livestock All members an urged to bepresent program chairman presented
RECEIVING chance at 1S-7 but Peterson ran also be available. Those attending were Terry Market W B. Thomas Jimmie for thla meeting Mrs W K. Smith. Mrs. I. P. Phil-
Caught Yds. TD the clock out after an onslde Then will be an assortment of Griffith Lee and Charles Ed Miller, Ed Wright Farm and Roy B e pot Jr. Mr. D O. Sworn and
BraaferdUe kick by Scarborough and kicked carnival booths to visit. Inelud Hatch Stewart Ftasell Blanton Hudson. ( )lIIn" Krmiioit Mrs Tommie Minter Jr, who gave
and Barb.raBandltn.
S IS STray to the Branford .. tog a homemade candy booth Children. Danny PTA boy raising heifers were The Collin. Family Reunionwill an Interesting panel discussion on
Scott! and Rachel Dor-
Flea** S 14 Miller passed Incomplete and country store bingo darts, popcorn .- tett. Allan Sullivan, and Cliff Hubert Severance* who had the be held Sunday, October SI.IMS the report card system In Branford -
I 1 Jasper Intercepted the final pas and candied applet. Homeroom Bradley. ream champion), Kenneth Fletcher It Sandy Point near Bran- School.At .
Cheney I M I as the game ended. Jasper IS. classes and organisation. B B John Fletcher, and Gary ford. Everyone U Invited to at the close of tho meeting re-
PUN rINO Branford 7. will be In chute of these.A and Gregg Schofleld. tend freshmenta were served..
hate Bttd. Awe a. talent show featuring local Mnt Club
Branferd The Travellers Tree seen a& talent is also on the agenda. The Branford Area Men's Club
ft.M1 I' U fSorWa' Cypress Oardena has Such talent aa the "Stumblln' arlll meet Monday night Novem Branford
Jesner leaves which always fan out In an Stones", consisting of O. II ber 1. In the Woman's Club Sales Laboratory
I Fetme 4 I SS 1Ut-..... direction.: Munch. W. 8 Wan Leon listen, BuUdl .. Supper will\ be served
I Tommie Minter Jr. and Alex al 7 pm. Francla Ward president Personals In the Science
Purcell will be featured on the
urge all member to be

A Thought For TodayBy program.The Branford PTA string band present.Wrack. B Mn. T. 8. Lowry el Fort Lau Of Successful Selling
derdsle la spending several day
will also take part with other local
BRODY C lUSUUSMan .
t her home on the Buwannee

dams.. by bread alone talent. B On A Reef River Dale Carnegie SALES I Course
When we speak of ..aPIWU.." we automatically think of food. The common cry "Wrack on a C. D. Williams of Nrwberry
food for the stomach. that la. But there U another kind of food DNlrirt Tour IlrM reefl" atlmulated early Inhsbl spent the week end visiting Mr,,
almost equally Important to our well-being: and that la food to The district three tour of Slate I lama of Key West Florida to and Mrs Leon D. Hatch and
nourish the soul and feed our emotional needa. In order tor our Woman's Club was !held Wednesday fever pitch. Groping Its way family. THE WORKSHOP METHODtailored
Mfc.- bodies to grow It U essential that we eat, and In with the Jasper club u.host, I Ito through poorly marked channel, Mr. and Mr*. Paul Oreaham
a" 1 I order for our minds to grow It la Imperative that we the occasion. Those attending I mother ship had foundered' and family of Tallahassee and
a. P3m* '. comf have something to Quench the thirst for spiritual from Branford were Mrs W, BThomas. Business' flourished aa survivors Mr, and Mra. Charles' Thorns to fit your product or service
Rt t YSUtb Ortlflth.. Mr accommodated, sal. and family of Gainesville spent
Klff I the way people have different tutee In Mra.p. fen cargo, .
food to do they have different preferences where B. U Townsend. Mrs Melvin raged and ship repair.* were the ...,k end vUltlng Mr and Call Lake City 752-3901 Collect
1 emotional needs are concerned. A closeness to God Owen*. Mra. Phillip Han. Mr*. W. I Ia. made. An efficient Coast Ouard Mrs. W. B. Thomas and family '
{ to perhaps the beet answer to the Deed for spiritual Wan Mra. W, a Hill. Mr I and modern navigation aids how. e FOR INFORMATION
1 I fulfillment. An appreciation of beauty'especially' fellle Duncan and N,.. Tom t tDuntan. ever ended a haaardoua but lucreIve Cotton made It* English debut easoswvse .v PLO.'.. IMOVIVUVB '''''G.
the beanUee of nature-la another feast for our I:) enterprise W wrecking. I lie In the 12th Century i
emotional appetite. There la no nil menu the ,- -- .-
4 only Important thing la that each person find his
own way when he doN he should continue to nurse this
phase of "appetite" aa well aa a hunter for food. Here the should
If of thy mortal goods thou are bereft are reasons you
And from thy slender store two loaves alone are left
toll one. and with the dole .
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Buy hyacinths to feed the soul. +
PtyehologUU would say that when we are calm and peaceful not
only do we nave better command of our facultiea but our physical
fuactioM are at peak performance. A calm and peaceful eonjultaUon a :
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Former Live Oak Man Is Now try captain Regiment on December and promoted 19, 1942 to; 1 k JH4iJe "" c o 0

I The Live Oak officer served with TECH
this regiment at Camp McCain, '

U.S. Property Officer In GuardColonel Miss., and Fort Jackson S C., I in; 4WASHINGTOfl4
addition to Fort Bennlng,

Albert E tell, who began his military In January 1945, Durrell was
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career as a member of the L:ive Oak National Guard unit, transferred overseas and assigned eI

last week entered active arm y duty for a second time and a to* the a company 182nd Infantry commander.Regiment He U.S. CATCHINO UP I SCIENTISTS THINKIN a

has been assigned as Unite 1 States Property and Fiscal commanded a unit during the 810 SPACI RACI GAP NEARLY BRIDGED K

Officer (USPFO) for Florid i. Announcement of ColonelCOL. Phllliplne Island campaign and Bjr HENRY CATnCART co/1 ,,/

Durrell's new assignment was the initial occupation of the Japanese Central Press Washington Writer CLEAN I
made last week by Major General homeland. WIPE CLEAN WITH A
TCtASHINOTON-American sciential are becoming more en- j
DAMPENED CLOTH-
Henry W McMillan, Florlda'aAdjutant Colonel Durrell returned t
o ALUMINUMWINDOW
Genera r, Continental United States In November VV couragd; about this country1 competitive position with J COVER WITH A LIGHT
rw Russia in the undeclared space race. COAT OF LIQUID WAX
Colonel
Durrell will replace 1945 and wa released SCREENS fRAMES
They are revising their belief that Russian sciential have
Julian F. Pfaff. who ha been as. from active duty at Live Oak
opened up an unbridgeable gap In the contest to ice which nation IF ( 4l eiRrrjoucAN ;
to the for the past 19
signed post January 6, 1946. He was assigned
years Pfaff submitted his application ] N to the Officer Reserve will first achieve on-the-spot exploration of the moon. CLEANSER ALUMINUM WOOL
Corps a* a "
Russia has now' tried at least twice tos"
for retirement.As captain. achieve an unmanned "soft" landing on the ..I
USPFO for Florida Colonel Shortly after his this
return to moon and ha failed both time That country -
Durrell serves on the staff of the city, the former soldier established instrumented \ j41
to
objective wa place an
Adjutant General on an active a hatchery in February 1946 t [
... X, object on the moon in a manner that would !
duty status and will have the responsibility and continued its operation until permit it to send back valuable scientific data, ,
for all federal funds October 1948 when he accepted a on condition there preparatory to a manned
and property used for and by the fulltlme position with the National landing

National Guard in the state Ouard in Jacksonville, a con True, the United State ha not achieved DISCOLORED AREAS : CLEAN WITH NAPTHA DAMPEN, WOOLWRHCtN8ECl1ANEDWiTH
Many veteran officers rate the nection that has now been climaxed this yet, either But American scientist are ;: IF SLIGHTLY SOILED : LIQUID WAX,RUB
job now held by the former Live by his present assignment convinced that, on the bail of our tats and I HOUSEHOLD: CLEANSER : APPUT WITH BRUSH i WITH THE GRAIN
Oak man aa the top assignment Colonel Durrell was one of the experimental space. program to date, when
in the state below the general officers
who helped reorganize th"
the United State doe make the effort It will
officer rank National Guard following World Washington be ucceufuL
Colonel Durrell moved to this War II. He re-entered the Guard
Ruula' lead in the space race wa due primarily
city while a student and graduated as a captain of Infantry October
Space race to the greater thrust of it* rocket.'
from Suwannee High School. ALBERT DURRELL 1, 1946 and became 8-3, training Closer The United State U well on it* way to over keAvLcToli
He enlisted in the Florida Na- officer, for the 1st Battalion, coming this disadvantage. In fact, new and : :
tional Guard as a private In Company tlve military service in that rankon 124th Infantry, the headquarters powerful rocket are moving rapidly into the advanced stage so
"E", 124th Infantry, here November 25, 1940. of which was In Live Oak. that our scientist and space explorer will have available all of
on April 26, 1933. He served in Durrell served with the 124th The Live Oak officer sold his the thrust needed to take the first long step beyond earth.
this unit in the grades of private, Infantry at Camp Blanding and hatchery and moved to Jacksonville Meanwhile, it 1* evident that American scientific development .
private first class, corporal, and Fort Benning, Oa., and was pro- II I in October 1948 and was assigned I I* more sophisticated and exact than the Soviet. While the U.S

sergeant. He was commissioned a moted to first lieutenant on June as 8-3 of the 124th Infantry U erasing the drawback. which gave Russia. its early space lead,
second lieutenant November 2, 12, 1941 He was transferred at He was promoted to major the Rusilan are failing to catch up to American clenUflo
1940 and was inducted Into ac- Fort Bennlng t othe 300th InfanMIL December 13, 1948. achievement. 1er
I Durrell left the regiment September S e .

24, 1952. and became the PRECEDENCE-Pope Paul' tremendously impressive visit to
Adjutant Oeneral of the 48th Infantry Nw York City was the inspiration for a rather irreverent joke
8 Division and senior staff that originated in the United Nations and spread rapidly to
Sp&dcjoOU
assistant for the division. His diplomat In Washington.It .
promotion to lieutenant colonel Involves Ghana' President Kwam Nkrumah who urea the
came June 29, 1953. I which ,"
till of "Osagyefo, I I. translated* The Redeemer
By LESTER L. COLEMAN Mj>. < Command of the division and With this in mind, a diplomat declared "Thank heaven that

major staff Jobs came to Florida Nkrumah Isn't her at the same time a* the Pope, or w. would
Is Bottle Feeding Second Best? October 1. 1957 and Colonel Dur have a terrible protocol problem. ,.an.a.
tell was assigned a* the division 7he Redeemer would have to take precedence over the
0.3. He served In that capacity Pop."
THE advantages of mother'. The) single and most important until December 7, 1960, when he C .

milk over modem pasteurizedmilk advantage Is the psychological was promoted to colonel and assigned THAT LEFT: OCT FEELING-Sen. Stephen U. Young, D-
seem too b* a recurring bond that exists betweenthe as chief of staff of the di- Ohio, received a letter from a constituent who confess to being "
topic of conversation in our mother and child. vision. "embarrassed." ,
circle of *, Does this mean that the
youngmother During the time Colonel Dur The cause of his embarrassment, h* says, 1* that the United
bottle.fed child is of
Some of these women are deprived VALUES
tell was division 0.3, the 48th State government 1 II giving away billion of dollar and h* fl
positive that breast feeding I lathe emotional security T It does not.
Armored Division wee awarded left out of thing*-h* Isn't getting any of It"I
one and only way to Insure There 1 I. more than sufficient
the Third U. S. Army Training want to be subsidized the same as others" .
baby' health. This make scientific evidence that children 1
the other feel who have never been nursed are Trophy every year a* the outstanding he lay "I want to hold up my head when Sherp Reply
and National Ouard division everyone talk about what they get from our in
guilty for depriving physically emotionally DIM Fret
in the Uncle lam
army area. good
their healthy. The close body contact
that be Among other duties given the The letter writer went on to explain that h* Senator
children of the spells "security" can ELAC1 WHITE
advantage of given to the newborn bottle- Suwannee High graduate was the had never been on relief and had never received a
11th. breast feeding fed Infant by cuddling the task of serving a* first commandant subsidy check from the government for not growing crop.

Mrs. It. S, B., baby, a. role that parent find of the Florida Officer Candidate "It 1 I. mighty embarrassing and humiliating for m* to be In (
Maine delightful. School. the minority," h* concluded "When among rrt.ndI want to be

Dear Mr.. B.?: Other advantage T It 1 I. said Colonel Durrell has moved to able to say that I, too, gt something from the government
There I. n0 need that there are fewer thumb St. Augustine and will work In the .. If w* know Senator Young, he will get something sharp
.
office of the General. .nl"
Dr. Colenuui for you to feel sucker among children who Adjutant "" #'
because have been breast-fed. This does Colonel Durrell I II the second 1Satef.opl.OsraA
guilty No Cold Dead Shut
not seem to be sufficient reason former Live Oak National Guard- ,
like I
you, most mothers, have I I
While to devise form-
striving a In employing huntIng
substituted bottled milk for for most mother to abandon man to serve In the Military Department archery for -
mother milk. bottle-feeding. Major General Robert ula for producing gold, J. P. Dottier mankind U not unique The y0llKblevl.ia,,,

When people make a cult out The growth and happiness of Gentry White retired) served a* a German alchemist came up East Indian archerflih. using its 6ladlaodlthlq ,
with another valuable product. In mouth a* a bow and a squirt of I
of a particular health program, a. healthy Infant doe not depend Assistant Adjutant General and a
former commander of 709 he discovered the methodfor water as an arrow, fell Ir.tict K Color
in their need for disciple they entirely on the choice of company
Impose their enthusiasm on a feeding technique.Each the local unit.Renew making porcelain-flnt bro..nand prey When a glow cigarette I*
others. mother, after consultation a e then white. White porcelain placed several yard away It become

You are not doing your child with her physician, must wa promptly referred to aawhite an easy target for the
make her ( Year Subscription) gold. liquid assault of the flat.VOTE .
the Injustice you are made to own choice; a choice I
believe. that depends on the social circumstance
r, DINN/1
Before the turn of the century a* well a* her own awed ei.N tNarlww
there were definite problems special need ww.wep
su N. .
about the cleanliness, sterility The decision 1* purely a personal w eNN.
and puUurlxatlon of milk. one. If there are no definite MCA VICTOR New Vltt TV on roJIsboutesrt for
With the modern technique for medical indication for a 1 room-to-room mobility. Amazing performance
milking, processing and transportation particular type of feeding, I I "C fl. LANES from deluxe New Mats chains. ,
the possibility of milk mothers must maintain their Ultra-sensitive VHF/UHF tuner
cOlltamlnaUolnelIlible, faith in their own Judgment, *.Features RCA Solid Copper
You need not feel guilty In uncomplicated by the myth and Circuits for greater depend
the belief that bottled milk I* fancies that Intrigue other ability.
not a* nourishing a* natural mother.
mother1 milk. Th early addition WMle Dr Coleman cannot
of vitamin and feeding undertake to aNswer MivUual
of fruit Juice Insure sufficient fetter, fte i H3 MM ttadtnfquei'km TW.
out"",'" .ffIcw.....--'
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What then are the advantage ore general interest Address key y raw..M............. Melt ..rIorIde'. >

of breast feeding to the mother I your fetter fa Dr. Cabman to primary lyrfen May k two-tat. red 43 VCAT1Ctpghy

and the child T care, of IM Newspaper. x pee et el R I Ie cWwficJ "'"'. ef Moutlerr,,

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Adults $0o-Children lOe-Tai Included Motor vlU ngMraitoni Vi RorUelev average)tot pktur power.New
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Monday-Friday Bel Office Open 1:15-Movie 1:30 elovbUd 'In 10 yeorv *.,fet.l* p y t tuner, tinted Pan-O-Pr/ tube,
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN


By Businessmen And Scholar I Chicken Dinner At Deification


Port Royal, Jamaica, "Wicked e '4'm: ) J JI Fur gTinom,e ant aLao fine


Pirate City," To Be RestoredPort TIPS ON OOT CARE

Royal, Jamaica, the "wickedest city in the
world" during its heyday as a pirate base, will be restoredin yr 1
historic detail.A [ A DO NOT AANG
group of businessmen and scholars plan to rebuild IRADERS DY '
00 T
much of the city- as it existed before an earthquake DOIT HAN6ER4 TUff WADEAND I
toppled It Into the sea In 1892 pf WOOD TN PAPER
Two resort hotels and a deepwater ing. Gambling thrived and do*- NUT AS DR SNOWN WING /AND THEN WRAAt ROl4'IN
pier also mill be built. ens of tavern lined the street. tEfT. IN FI'EAVY'
The reconstruction will draw dispensing the hospitality of powerful PAPER.
upon research of an expedition rum and other strong ogi caY
sponsored by the National Geographic I drink, rich food, and bawd C n.E.I' I
Society the Smithsonian women,"
Institution and the Institute of The town' unscrupulous merchants r

Jamaica. The explorers draftedthe filled their warehouse
most accurate chart now with pirate loot gold and .11-
avaldable of old Port Royal and bars church plate elaborate _
ver Advent Christian Horn Cafeteria and Clvle
Son of the creed al the dedication of the new
recovered many: valuable arti ly set Jewel, rich silks and brocades. -
Center In Park shown served member of local elvle club guidance committee
facts. I Dowllng are being ay OUT INTO ,
Edwin A. Link deep-sea explorer Trade flourished, and Port Sunday afternoon (Democrat Staff thotol) J FIEqLD TO1HpUNT w.nR1Y TM
and Inventor, led the ex Royal grew. In time the narrow I ACOATINI3. Of t iASELINI.
pedition. In an article In the National aandsplt could scarcely containthe WsT0 '
Geographic. Marion Clayton hundred of twoto four I 1,912 Newcomers To Florida Each Week Last Year t t .WiiIU\ /
-- Link the leader' wife described story buildings. Brick structure I N
17th-century Port Royal crowded the street, spreadtn Florida' permanent population 000; for 1964 It wa U O.OOO. previous year," the Review itated Cl0sfi TO tflSf -
as a "headquarter of buccaneer even Into the edges of the ea, Increased at an average weekly "The Increase 'in the states Natural Increase plus new real- IoUq .,;
and pirate a* well a* crossroad where hasty fills had been madeto rate of 1.942 new resident movIng population was made up of these dent from other area gave Florida NEAT INTO BOOT,D SAND!. 1s ..,
of trade." accommodate the rapid ex- In from other stake during new resident from elsewhere a total I new population of 2,. llge r
"Port Royal reached the apex pension.In the year ending July 1 of this (exclusive of refugees) plus natural 980 person per week during the
of Its tame a* Henry Morgan's the fateful year of I6M, year, the Florida State Chamber Increase, that la, the excess fiscal year 1964-tS
base of operation when he sacked Henry Morgan had been dead for' of Commerce reported In Its of birth over deaths. The natural Since the I960 census Florida
and pillaged Spanish cities thru- four year, and buccaneers wre' Weekly Business Review released Increase averaged 1.038' has added 853,000 new residentsto
out the Caribbean Mrs. Link no longer welcome In Port Roya last week. weekly last year, based on reports: chalk: up a 17) per cent gain
I wrote "With Its fine harbor and But the minister of St. Paul This figure represent the number of the State Bureau of Vital Statistic the second fastest rite of any a---....--
well-fortlfied starts it war an Church there described the Inhabitant of person of all age who and wa below the comparable large state and far above the BERG
I Ideal gathering place for the unholy a* sun being "a mOlt came to live In Florida over and figure of 1.140 for the national Increase of 11 per tt'nt.flORIDA'S .
c Brethren of the Coast With ungodly debauched people" above those who may have left'I
England and Spain at each oth- Then shortly before noon on the state for homes elsewhereThe I
er' throat, the British were Inclined June 7. 1693. a shudder shook revised figure for the previous .
to encourage the presenceof Port Royal. Prom the direction ot year wa* 1.148 per week, based Christmas Special
these marauder, whose chief the mountain cam a hollow on the annual estimate of the I
targets were Spanish town and rumbling noise like distant thunder state population made by the l lU.
Spanish shipping. and a violent earthquake 8, Bureau of the Census The '
Life In Port Royal at that shock It was followed almost July 1. 198S eatlmat was AN11x14
time wa a carnival of riotous liv Immediately by a second and 1'105'.1 I

Animal Play 11
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Certain young animals play
game that are favorite with
MOO-MOO! GAN6! ... children Lamb and gibbon like I
COMCONINITS'THT to play "follow the leader" Young
otter and deer enjoy "hide andeek"
p NOUfZ.WHOOPEJ Badger prefer "king of the I t
castle".
Portrait third temblor
: "In the apace of a few moment
*." Mr, Unk wrote "In Plug 50c Camera Charge

whole waterfront. WM launched %%'IL1. HK MAUI: ATGILMORE'S
Into the sea house crumplednd
disappeared as the land be-
neath them slid toward the DEPT. STORE
water Deep crevice rent the
4w
earth devouring broken building PH. Oct. 29-10 AJV1. to S P.M.All .
and panic-stricken people. A
u great wave formed and welted j ( Are Over 2 Month Photograph.. )
and rolled In from the *'A, flood I -
tIMIT.One Special' Per Person _Two Per Family
Inn the section of town that till THRU STATE SCHOOL CHIEFS State
survived" School Stir*. Floyrf T. CKrlstUn, M*'e.\ wne took Croup 12.00 Kxtra: Each: Tenon
More than 1000 people died. I Mice ** $.*.. S.III......... ef Public 'Instruction moms: I ur
Two-third of the city vanished e. October 1, fort ...... advice! front tw. el kit ,..... THOMPSON STUDIOFREEIFREE
Part of restored fort Royal I .e....,.. Thomas D. ItHey, left, .*4 Colin EtUli,
will be built by nan on and land nature since Among reclaimed .' "''M. ChrUtU iiKceeM Idler,. *.. retired recently f I
:: ,- ,.. the building to be reconstructed after Mrvlnfl *( FlorW'* ten Kneel mn fee .1...... [
are the King' Howe 17 rears, from I 1949 .. IMS. l.Ue", In t"m. fc.4 *.<- Just bring. this .;and you will
where Morgan lived. U.. cee44 ln,Hli, eke .."** for 12 fr, I,.",, 1937 given a 1064 calendar' with four
All Sizes! chant Exchange, the .n-I le 1949. Tfce trio tf'Khe4tt4tn hilt a teed ef 9S .b..,'* picture on It.
nori Office, and the fun I In eW. *tle' ..
All the Inn and Tavern. ... -- ..... --
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Newest Colours!

Nothlnf Chanted the tuned

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V kt ffulri a car a tar it styling, pet f dream, ride and Iuwllin,. Only ..1"n 1A 1'" ml r \1
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-up. .

famous archer

stocking are on

sale now lor a 4

limited time only.

yes, there's a .: ., ,"'.
Costume Odour ", ; "4-
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Cue In every !

pair of archer C "


stockings. Safety. In part of flit Caned rnrn plan. And ilut plan i is this: To make .Jhinur,., sad more

REC. PRICE 1: -SALE PRICE I itlrasanl. For rumple, etrrjr tuned l car romn with backup light ((10 make erring( hrrr you're Ruing' ri irr,

PAIR PAIR run when you're going where 'uu.... been). Seal l kits front ami rear are tamlanl, I.sj nlviruUhirM

91.CS SI..32 wiper and n>a'hrr, an ou..i.le! J rfar.,lrw mirror, a .I..un.raid.nl! \inside\ \ mirror, |1..d.I.1| Lieu

SIM 1.1 and un ,Leon. Non of them will do you much gar)lt though, unless you use them. Hut thru the lunrd rat

SI.31 $1.11 itself couldn't do much for you until you own it. How soon will we lm rcing; you? Tumurruw would Le nice. "

e .oulcll1. you realty rather linvr a Hulrk ...tt

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Modern Brick Homes Built of the Mayo Road and Shirley same area, and features six bed-: Discussed In Lake City I :
I Affairs To Be I
Street. The 1600-square foot house rooms, two baths and 4200 square i Library ___n __ __

Construction Of Private Housing and includes one-half three bath bedrooms and one feet Mr.of and floor Mrs.space.Roy Slemp are Better citizen participation In Judy Brown, and Mrs J. Bart- and Duval "County will be dp. :
will be moderated by cribed briefly The new state ;
library affair will be discussedat lett Hydorn librarlan .
Dr. and Mr. R. completing large ((2.000 '
L. Brinkman a square
Keeps Pace With Other ExpansionConstruction will move' before Christmas from feet) brick house in the same a daylong meeting to be held Miss Beth Daane, librarian of will present. F Williams the Summers
Helvenston In Lake City at the Holiday Inn Sant Fe Regional Library Waysof challenge to
Street to area.
an antique
about citizen for library ;
the public progress
of brick house being built A large four-bedroom brick November 3 starting at 10 a.m. Informing Thuis
private housing in the Live Oak area at Beverly activities will be discussed. his first appearance as
stat
to 3 citizens,
All Interested
Street and Sherwood house is being finished in two pjn. library
is keeping pace with the rapid expansion of commercialand Forest, which librarian.
features good-sized living, family weeks for Alvin Brown and family friends, library board members, ,
professional building, with several modern, spacious and staff members are Invited to A "no program" luncheon will
homes being completed in the near future, many in the and master bedrooms. The new Brown home Is on the meeting. provide a chance for visiting with The wings of an owl haw

southwest area of town near the Agricultural_ __n Coliseum.. The Tom Moore' threebedroom Coliseum Avenue.. Nationally known library board friends. Reservations should be fringed edges to muffle noUe so
Some of the new homes soon to two-bath house just off the leader, Mrs Raymond Young of sent to the public library In Lake that It can fly as silently u *
be occupied Include the following: half baths and a carportpatio.Mr Mayo Road is also nearing com- When cast-iron plows appeared Columbia Mo., will give the key- shadow, the National Geographic ;
A four-bedroom brick veneer and Mrs. Jimmy Jones expect pletion.A In the early 1800s many farmers note speech.A City.Library developments In the says Owl depend on sound ;athc
house, expected to be occupiedvery to move into their new brick large home for Mr. and Mrs refused to use them for fear of panel composed of Louie C. Suwannee River region Central er than sight to help them catch
lOon Is being completed for home this week, at the corner L. H. Gill Is being finished In the "poisoning the soil", Wadsworth Fred Temple, Miss Florida region, Santa Fe region, prey. :
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Bird Just -
beyond the National Guard Armory -
outside the city limits. Also
In the home will be a 20 by 38-
:
foot room for Mrs. Bird's Marilynn
Bird Dance Studio. The Birds'
home will have 2 two and one- ThA .

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BUCCANEERBULLETIN y ,j ... ;


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BY BRANFORD H = '

BETA CLUB ;

The week of October 17 through Copri CU/om/ Sedan :
20 has been a busy one for Branford -
nigh School students On
October 18 report cards were Issued -
for the first time of the
school year.
On October IB, ten senior
traveled to' Live Oak to take the
annual teachers' and nurse '
scholarship examinations. Those .
1rr..
taking the teacher. exam were I
Tom Cummings, Bill Terry, Peg Impala Sport Coup CO/'vair Corsa Sport Coupe
gy Ware, Karen Roberts, Sandra :
Hatch, Betty Lee, and Karen :
Collins Jane Koon Cathy
Chandler, and Charlotte Fletcher -
took the nurses' examination,

BRANFORD FFA
The Branford Chapter of the
FFA won first prize in the 8u
wannee County Fair this year for
Its booth. The exhibit was labeled Convene Stirp'Qoy Sport Coupe
"The Theories of Operation of
Small Gasoline Engines". Com- Chevetle SS 996 Sport Coupe
ponents of Ignition, carburetlon
and compression were displayed '4
on tables in the area. Except for f-.' ,
I the green grass carpeting the "\
floor, the FFA colors were used
throughout the exhibit. The committee -
who worked so enthusiastically .'
to make this exhibit a IUC-
cess were John Holloway, Ore
Schofield,' Bob McDowell Garry .
Vann, Jackie Boles, and Lee Agnew :
.
Reserve GrantChamplon heifer
Members of the FFA are congratulating Chevy II Nova Sport Coup Chevrolet fleeted PidvpHere's
their fellow member,
Hubert Severance, whose Angus
heifer took Reserve Orand Cham-
pion in the heifer show this year r

'Every Time FFA For member Grrenhands was at one the newest ..IClIICI.J

time a Oreenhand. This has been
Initiation week and Initiation attention -
getter have Included :
wearing dresses, hate and make-
up, wearing clothes side
out, carrying books in wrong a bucket, where
wearing white dress shirt with \, 1111 ciin see AIIICI-icII'S
tie and brogans, carrying bags In
I a burlap bag, wearing burlap
shirt sand finally coming to :
school dressed In a suit with '


I''' suitable hands requirements are already are accessories enjoying planning placed on most The what them Green-of they but the 111..st complete line nf cars


will line up for the Oreenhandsnext
fall.
Qreenhanda this year are Oscar
Johnson, John Lacquey, Eddy
Mobly, James Durden, Danny \'
Humphries, Timmy Vann, Gary
Schofield, Larry Parker, Olen qtA
Johnson, Danny O'Neal Sonny t
Sandlin, Wayne Townsend Allen ..""\ ..w
Corbin, Charles Fletcher, Hubert .: { 'f ., rr
Severance, and Lee Agnew i

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ANNUAL STAFF .
,
The 1D84-D5 yearbook have ,1
been given out, the dedication to
Mr. Purcell has been read by last .
year's editor, Christine Corbln t a' : .1 ':
Heading the 1989-68 staff Is
,
Editor Charlotte Fletcher, Her assistants "' ''
I li *
this year are Margaret ,
Kelly and Peggy Ware Heading x. .
the business of the annual Is ,I '
'f.
Betty Lee Her assistants are
Janet Howell, Sandra Terry ;and I
Charlene Suggs The staff has 4!
.
met with their advisor from the .
faculty, Mrs. Phllpot, and their : :, ,
advisor from Taylor Publishing J.. ;
I--
,to
Company, Mr, Ron Blnns. ,
kRt ,
;
STUDENT COUNCIL ,
Student Council President Jerry : \'>>t.
Scarborough has set his 18 mem- ; ,

ber cabinet to work, planning the :F .. 'r
1985 Homecoming, which mill be ... ," YY .
held on November 5. By the
sound of the busy members It Is
evident that this should be one of
MARSHALL COKER
the best Homecomings that Branford -
High ha had In a longtime
:

The Dance that Committee the "Jolly Green has announced We're the brand-new Chevrolet dealer in town! Come In to liar sparkling Impala. Chrolle and Chevy IT. Sporty Ccirilr act Comt&: Trflda:

will be walling out the sounds forth showroom, inspect our complete modern service center. too-just about any size you could want. .

I Homecoming dance which will Our main attraction, of course, is the beautiful lineup of '66 Chevrolet So plan a visit won to our showroom and tab a look at Axsttfetfr

j I be game held in immediately the high following school gymnasium the- and the No. 1 buys wo're giving on them! Elegant Caprice,Jet-smoother most complete selection of cars. Well be very glad! to teat.yeti --

Tickets will be sold In
advance at school for 60 cents :
each. They will also be sold after
the lame for '79 cent Anyone N tale
who would Ute to buy advance
1I f, ticket should contact Peggy COKER CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CO.

Fletcher and Karen Roberts ,,
All classes and club planning

on entering should hand a float in their In competition themes East Howard Si Live Oak, Fltmla Pie 362.2976

and name of committee mem-

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1 TO ALL CONTRIBUTORS, EXHIBITORS AND BUYERS WHO MADE THE SUWANNEE VALLEY YOUTH HEIFER

: SHOW & AND SALE AN OUTSTANDING SUCCESS!


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Ribbon Lot No. Owner & Address Chapter or Club Source Price Per Head Buyer

Gr. Champ. 1Ralph Smith Rt. 3, Box 175 Live Oak Suwannee 4.11 Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch $750 Suwannee Packing Co.
Rea. Champ. 2 Hubert Secerance Branford Florida Branford FFA Star Dust Ranch Alachua 575 Coker Chevrolet-Oldamobile Co.
: Blue 3 Lynn Nicely Rt. 2. Box 53-B, Lake City Columbia 4-H M. M. Nicely 350 Sid Allen
Blue 4Glen Christopher Rt 3, Box 175 Uve J. F. Williams Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 350 Ratliff Motor Company
1
Oak :
Blue 5John Nicely Rt. 2, Box 53-B Lake City Columbia 4-II M. M. Nicely 525 Morris Edwards Jr.
: Blue 6 Joe Hatch Rt. 3, Box 95-A. Live Oak Suwannee 4-H Manuel Fernandez 300 Florida Rock Products :
Blue 7 Sid Allen P. O. Box 597, Uve Oak Suwannee FFA W. C. Dempsey 375 Ward Fertilizer CompanyBlue
8 Sonny Jones, 503 Meadow Ave., Uve Suwannee 4.11 Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 300 First National Bank Uve Oak
Oak '
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Blue 9 Glenda Gamble Rt. 5, Box 192, Live Suwannee 4.11 P. O. Weatherington 450 North Florida Production Credit AssociationOak
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:' Blue 10 Clyde Sperrinir. Rt. 4, Box 177, Uve Suwannee FFA Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 325 WNER
Oak
: Blue 11 Allen Ward Rt. 1, McAlpin. florida Suwannee FFA p, O. Weatherington 310 Spur Service Station Branford :
Blue 12 Donnie Cooper Rt.3. Box 175 Live Oak Suwannee 4-H Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 325 Occidental Corporation of Florida
Blue 14 James Mercer Rt. 5, Box 34, Uve Oak Suwannee FFA Claude Johns 325 Ratliff Motor Company
: Red 14 Sandra Abercrombie Westmoreland, Suwannee .a.11 Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 325 J. D. Odom ;
SE Uve Oak :
: Red 15)1118 Hampton Rt. 3, Box 175, Live Oak Suwannee 4-11 Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 325 IVlnn-Dixle, Live Oak
Red 16 Thelton Goff. Rt. 1. McAlpin Florida Suwannee 4-H A. D. Chambers 300 Southern Dolomite & Hicat Co"Red
17 Kiah Eubanks, P. 0. Box 365. Uve Oak Suwannee 4.11 Leroy Baldwin 325 Commercial Hank Live Oak
: Red 18 Kenneth Fletcher, Branford Florida Branford FFA Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 330 Branford Heifer Fund
Red 19 Roy Johnson Jr., Rt. 4, Box 265, Live Suwannee 4.11 P. O. Weatherln ton 350 North Florida Telephone Co.
: Oak :
Red 20Paul Garrison, Rt. 1, Box 39-A Live Oak Suwannee 4.11 E. E. Garrison 300 Fint National Bank, Live Oak
Red 21 Eustice Gamble Rt. 5, Box 192 Live Oak Suwannee 4-H P. O. Weatherington 300 Florida Rock Product.
: Red 22 Robert Wainwright Rt. 4, Box 322, J. F. Williama Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 300 Howland Feed Mill .
: Live Oak :
: Red 23 John Bispham P.O. Box 591 Live Oak J. F. Williama Claude Johna 325 Town ft Country Motors < i
Red 24Robert L. Garrison Rt. 1, Box 39-A, Suwannee 4-H E. E. Garrison 300 Flint National Bank Uve Oak :
.' Uve Oak i
: Red J 25 Bruce Ward Rt. 1, McAlpin, Florida Suwannee 4.11 P. O. Weatherington 300 Ward Fertilizer Company ,. :
Red 26 Wayne Johnson Rt. 4, Box 265, Uve Suwannee 4.11 P. O. Weatherln ton 350 Commercial Bank Live Oak :
: Oak :
RedRed 27 Gerald Law Rt. 4. Box 335, Live Oak J. F. Williama Claude Johns 325 Joe Hlngson & Sons ,i
28 James O.Smith, III, 222 Meadow Ave., J, F. Williams Claude Johns 375 North Florida Telephone Co. .' :
: Live Oak :
Red 29 John Fletcher Branford Florida Branford FFA Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 325 Branford Heifer Fund :
White 30Duld Garrison Rt. 1, Box 39-A, Uve Suwannee 4-H E. E. Garrison 300 Suwannee Valley Gas :
Oak 3

White 31' Linda,. Ann Thomas, Rt 1, Box 144-A, Suwannee... 4-H$? CurtU J. Hughes .. 425 Rowland Feed Mill :
-" O'Brien + .* !C' *. S4" "'. :
White 32B.nny Denton, Rt 5, Box 88, Live Oak Suwannee 4-H Advent Christian Home 300 Florida Rock ProducU .*a>' { I f
White 33 Wyman Cheshire, Rt. 1, Box 122. )Ic:. Suwannee 4-H P. O. Weatherington 300 Joe Hlngson A Sons .
: Alpin"t i
WhiteWhite 34Dannr Denton, Rt. 6, Box 88, Live Oak Suwannee 4.11 Advent Christian Home 300 Ratliff Motor Company !
35 Edward Poucher, Rt. 2, Box 2 15-A Suwannee 4-H Claude McMillan 400 North Florida Production Credit Association i
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4 Live Oak :
White 36 GarySchofield.Rt I, McAlpin Suwannee 4-H Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 325 Farmers' Mutual Kichange: :
White 37 Doug laa Tucker, 310 Martha St. Live J, F. William Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 300 Suwannee Democrat i

White 38 Sandra Oak Lee Thomas Rt 1, Box 144-A, Suwannee 4-H Curtis' J, Hughes 425 Allbritton Tractor Company i
: O'Brien .
White 39 Greg Schofield McAlpin. Florida Branford FFA Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch 350 Branford Heifer Fund i
: White 40Mlb Dunn Rt. S, Box 88, Uve Oak Suwannee 4-H( Advent Chrlatlan Home 325 Farmers' Implement Company
White 41 Wilbur Smith. Rt. 1. Box 61, Juper Hamilton FFA A. D. Chambers 350 Suwann. Block 3 i
White 42 David Smith Rt 1. Box 61, Jasper Hamilton FFA A. D. Chambers 300 McMullen Food Hank '


AND RAISED I.'UOH&BORN I.




AWARD WINNERS. AWARD DONORS I


; GRAND CHAMPION .",................... Ralph Smith Suwannee County Chamber of Commerce I

RES. GRAND CHAMP. .... Hubert Severance Suwannee County Chamber of Commerce I


SHOWMANSHIP ............................... Lynn Nicely Comercial Bank of Live Oak !

F.FA RECORD BOOK................... Sid Allen First National Bank of Live Oak
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4-H RECORD BOOK .................. Kiah Eubanks First National Bank of Live Oak

F.F.A. JUDGING .._......................Suwannee II WNER i

Suwannee I i


4-H JUDGING ................................ Suwannee II I[ DuPre's Department Store ,'''s 3 i

Lafayette I L M. Crews' Garage 1 i iI

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'. TOTAL GROSS SALES...... $14,815.00 ..Iii, ;. Average Price Per Head..... $352.74 .''.. I





I' Suwannee Valley Youth Heifer i Show I J




MATTOX WARD, Chairman LIVE OAK, FLORIDAI j js

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FOURTEEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965Otfteft



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE for (01. LI** Oak Florida. within all calendar Street, than Eastward parallel to
About THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF to :' I f'.r'oO'.r: saltdate montka from the time of the Sleet publloatlon Duv.l Street SI feet to tke Want
FLORIDA, IN SUWAN.NEE .. .. ulred kr tko .l.w. of the of thla notice. Two eopl. of aid of Hamilton Street, thence
COUNTY. ANDINCH CHANCERY State of Florid.. If you fall to to to. a each claim or dom.nd .kail k* IB .,1'. Northward .Ion* tk* Weal .Id. *f
BILL TO QUIET TITLE decree pro .onf>''o ..111..>. ontorod Inc, and ahall cute th. place of re.1dene Hamilton Street lit feet thenceWeetward
This CHRI3TEEN TIGGS. ...In.' roil for the relief d.m.nd.d In and post office I .. of th* ITI feet parallel to Du.v.1 .
Plaintiff old ..orrpl.lnt.Th I claimant, and hall .be ._.. to by tbselalmant Street thence Southward parallel. '
oiUbllintill their agent, or attorney ..01 with Hamilton Street IOT.S
n.tur of the cult l I. to font
& And LONN'IE JOHNSON. .t atDefend.nt. to the followlnf described land I II. accompanied by Itllni fan of one dollar thence Kactwardi Tt feat parallel.
11 In the Plaintiff to onto tit), and to I and ouch alalm of demand not .. with Ducal Street tb.nce South.
NOTICE TO DEFENDIN ..moYO lloud. th.r.from .. ut forth In lied shall be void. ,; ward parallel with Hamilton Street
--:7 That TUB) NAME OF .ld Complaint. mloin end iw.tnln >oa OTTO AUEHENRY 17.S feet thence Eastward alone
THE STATE OF FLORIDA or .nron. from courting I any rlfhu, AUE the North aid of D..... street 41
named D. claim demand In or to EMMA MOSELETA feet to of beelnnlne; be.Ine .
TO l Each of th. followln: till. Intornt or ::10'I:
fendant. whoae .0101..... reilrtcnt old l.nd, and Tr pert or panel ....oto.. of the teat Will a lot .. Block. 4$. of
and ...Id.n.. arc unknown to-wltt thereof and from roM..utli or .t- and Te.tara.nt of .WIllLna Au., the City of Live Oak .....rdl... u
Lonnl. Johnion. ,..,11. Johnaon tempting to prosecute rap alt la .e ul. dewed the Aiaceaor' Block. Bock prepared
What :
Empty PulpitsThe Happened To Guevara Dorothy M. White, Clayton White tor action .t .Uw to obula pOi....lon ..... ky tk* Gore O. Ekrenben Co., or
If alive and If dead each of their unknown I of till to the follovlnir dnerlbod ml file I. the Office of the Tax A..*..
church-building boom In America continues. The mysteries swathing Cuba under the im cpoucea. heir, devlieei, Icia- .it.t, Irln* and being In SuoasneaCounty NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR I nor of Suwanne Count,. Florida.'

apace, membership rolls grow money is not passioned and Impulsive Fidel Castro are perhaps t..., creditor., auecfliaor.. ...I."*. riorld.. to.wlll TAX DEED And yes are hereby required to file
I)4.11. FA
See with tk. Clerk, of aid Court
and all pcraon. or parties claiming by A Lot "b..'..nln. *t point 108 foot your writ
lacking yet nearly all faiths and denominations deeper today than they have ever been. Insteadof through tinder or ajrelnat them and Couth and 110 foot Ei: >t of the NOTICE IS HEREBY atGlt that i iI. tea appearance, .n....,, ..f.n.., or oth
Ira Moor, the holder follow.ing ., pleadlnta In .aid
,
Block .nd proceedlnir to the
4
claim or North of run
report a worsening shortage of spiritual leaders. having been solved by Premier Castro's- "ex to one all Intern p.nona* In havlnc the Innda any herein den Eat MO rornor feet thence South 10* ..,,"I..t.. .ka* filed said ..Pllfl..,.. Complaint on or .before t... lib ".,. of

"The empty pulpit" Is one of the gravest crisesto planation." the riddle crlbedi feet thence West lit feet th..... for Ux dead to be laud '......n. No"........ 1(41, and thereafter to aerva
surrounding the whereabouts certlilcit. numberc. and yeira *f tke' Plaintiff. .
You and each of you are hereby North 10* foot to t... Point of k.llnnlnil > Tb.1 copy on attorney L
face the church in 1,900 years, says the Rev. Dr. of his onetime rlghthand man Ernesto"Che" notified that a alt In equity has been ..ld Lot being more ..... aloe, the deeerlptlon of the pope Arthur la........ Jr.. P. O. Box 101
brought axalnct you ky Chrli*...n Tlxr-, tlrn >rly ......'h.oI ii th. Rut; Hal' and tk. names In which It woo ........ Live Oak FIo...,.. cettln* up tke eetaterltht.
Harold W. Flldey acting dean of the Oraduate Ouevara is murkier than ever. And today In the Circuit Court of th* Third Judlclal of Lot 5. of Block 40. icrordln to are .. follow. tits or Int...' a. or lien npontke
Circuit of Florida. In and for Su.wannce th. N.w' City Map of Ll.. lab Certificate No. 17. above dnerlbed property claimed
School of Theology of Oberlin (Ohio) College! Washington is still seeking to unravel the
reasons Year of leiu.ncel I/el. by Herein fall
Block
County, Florida, and you arc Florid.! Also Tote f. A. you. sot or Jndementwill
Speaking for Protestants, he points out that for the Cuban leader's sudden offer to allow any hereby aummonacd. ordered and required ... LI*. Oak Sutton tl. Township Description of Property Lot II. Beverly be entered ...1.., yes ky default
to fill your written an.w.r or d- t South R.nir II Eat.The Hill. Section II. TowMklp. SSouth. Wit....* my bend and eeal I of acid
while they have been building new churches and Cuban who wishes to go to the United States '...... to the Complaint filed herein name of the Court In which said, Ran.* II Eact.Mam Cart at Live lab Florida. Ibis. Itk
the hundreds each at the Is there ai.lnat you In aid can, In the office ult hem hoes tnitltuUd It the Circuit In wklck aaanaodi Myles. day of October 1585.LAVAUGHN.
meeting-houses by year some closely hidden in
keep.
purpose of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Court of the Third Judicial Circuit of Lila Col. A. SESSIONS
same time the number of students in theological Ing Che Guevara's fate or present whereabouts a end far Sam ann. County. Flold.. .t Florida, I. and for Suwannv County. All of said property kelni In the Clerk ef ClrcnH Coart
the Courthouae In Live Oak Florida, Florida, and th. .bhr.rl.trd till to County of Sawnnneo, Stat of Florida. By ./ LJIIton. .....f0r4Jq.t
schools has been decreasing. Some schools are con- secret? Is the latter's letter renouncing Cuban on or before the Seth dny of November.A. ..Id cause III Crialle Hanker Youn. Unions each. ..,tlflcat. or certificate ClerktlII
D. lies end of aid Plaintiff ... Vlcto N. Yasnc. Natthew hall k* redeemed accordlni to law tk. -
sane a
copy
solidating because of this, others are being forcedto citizenship and office and claiming to have trans maws or defence' upon Wm. Randall Yoaeg. sad Batrloe. Runk. D. property deacrlbod. In luck certificate or

close completely. ferred his activities elsewhere genuine? Is it Slaughter, Attorney for Plaintiff, P. O. f.nd.nt. certificate will k* sold to tk. klckoet. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Box 108 Llv Oak Florida, on or bee Wit... my hind .. Clerk of the bidder at the court kouc door oa th. THIRD JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA.
The dean's own school Is preparing to close its possible as some reports have it, that he was for old I date, ai required ky the lawa Circuit Court and Soil) of old Court In first Monday In Month .. ..."........ IN AND l"oH" t:.
of the Stat of Florid. If ynn fall to line Oak Suw.nno County, Florid.. Hal which I 10 the lit day of November. NEE COUNTY,
doors after 132 years of existence. killed this spring in the Dominican fighting? If do a.. doe,.* pro confecao wilt ke .n- thl. 11th day of October. A. D. "I'. 1MI. DIVORCE
tered ...In.t for the relief demanded (SEAL Dated tkl lat day ef October, 1MI.I.AVAUGHN NEYIN M. STEWART. IR,
Why this paradox, when the prestige of religion any of these are the case. It would seem that In said complaint.you I.AVAUGHN A. SESSIONS A. SESSIONSCl.rk PlaintiffCORA

if we Judge by numbers of buildings and Havana's best course would be either to satisfy The nature of aid cult la to actabllih Clerk of Circuit Court of Circuit Court ofSuwannec ....
title to the following dc.crlbcd land In Suw.nnM County, Florid. County, Florid. A. STEWART
communicants and the social acceptance of church- world curiosity or do nothing further to whet it the Plaintiff. to quiet title and to ye' ...n tl-14 Defendant
move eloada therefrom aa set forth In TO I Corn A. Stewart whose .0101....,
all-time ? statements which
going Is at an high by only deepen the mystery. acid complaint enjoin and ...t.I.. you IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE reeldent or .......... to unknown.To .
One of the reasons according to Fildey, is And why, after years of Increasingly brutal or anyone from ....'tin. any right. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' OF THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ... .hereby notified/ that a complaint
title Intercut claim or demand In or FLORIDA IN AND FOR SUWAN. FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY. FLOR far divorce ben .bees filed I. the
that the Image of the typical pastor is unexciting stringency on any opposition has Havana suddenly to aid land, and every part or analtherm. NEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY IDA. IN CHANCERY above named Court and yea are requlred

to decided to let an .?, and from proaeeutlna nr attempting DIVORCE AND OTHER RELIEF H. K. LEECH.PUIntlff to ..,". a copy of year ......, .f
people. opponents migrate? Of
young : to pro..cute any nit In equity VERA H. DICKIE pleadln.. t* tke Complaint. spa the
This activistlc generation sees the minister "as course this reduces the opposition at home butIt or action at law to obtain, .........10" PlaintiffaYRL ".. Plal.tlfr.. M'o....,. Wm. ....01.11
of tltl to the following described real CRACK ODORS ALLEN *t aUDefend.nt. Sl.nihter. P. O. boa .*.. LJve t>*k.
one who tells rather than does as one who has to also increases it abroad and heretofore Communist .."'t., lying and being In Suwanna. W. DICKIE. Florida, sad file the ortelnal .In the of.
County, Florida, to-wit/ i Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND flee ef the Clerk of t". Circuit Court.Suwaaaee .
cater to small minds which consider rellglno a venture practice has been to keep such opposition Lota 4, a, ', T, I. 1, I*, and TO I Byrl W. Dickie whose ,..1".".* THE STATE OF FLORIDATO I eo..t,. Live Dab Florid. .
in charity rather than as a force in an atomic under police watch.Meanwhile II, Block ID, Town of Branford. la unknown. I Grace 0.... Allan wkea reeldenc.and !' e. or before the Cob day ef Ho......'.
The name of the Court In which said Tea arc hereby notified. thai a Complaint malllnc address to .. ._. A. D. Ml. If yea care to aenteat In*
age." the President of Peru has announced suit haa been Instituted la the Circuit for Divorce and Other Relief baa Jam*. H. All.), wkoa place of aame: .;., the altoattoe. ef the:
Court of the Third Judicial Circa of been filed In the above named Court re.ld.nc* and m.illnt\ .0101_. laIS Complain will k* take. u cealeeeed kyV
Yet there is no lack of interest in religion that the Cuban-Inspired and Cuban-fi Florida In and for Buwannee County and you are required to aetve a app of Anastasia II..., HI. Autu.tlna. .

among young people from whom tomorrow's ministers nanced Communist uprising there has been a Florida, and the abbreviated title to year answer or pleading to the Com ilL Johaa County, Florida. Frank. : Den. and Ordered m LI.. Ooh Flor.Ma. .
aid cau.e let Chrlateen TI.... Plaintiff plain upon the Plaintiff. Attorney Allen, wheee piece. of residence sad that 4tk day .. October. A. D. I....
priests and rabbis must be recruited. In fact complete failure. He says that although a handful'of ... Lonnl Jnhnaon. *t al.. De'."< Wit..... my hand aa Clerk of the Clr. Live Oak Florida, and file. the original **, Norfolk. .. .. HalUr Clerk. ef Circuit' CertBuwaaaee
there Is an upsurge according to another com Communist guerrillas remain in the mountains cult Court and Beat of aid Court In In the office of the Clerk of tk* Clrcolt ."00. puc. .f ,..101.... and Cevaty. Florid.
mentator.The they have failed to win the Llv* Oak Suwannee Canny Florida' Court, auwsnnan County, Liv. Dab ", .11I.. ...._. I I. III Reno R4-
very thing they were thl. Seth day of October, A. D. Illl. Florid.' o. before lb. Ilk day ri; N.W. Waakl.vtwt, D. Cot Steaal. 4.ULI". LI'.... ...,.... D. C
average college student who takes coursesIn counting on peasant support (SEAL rfor.mbr. A. D. .*... If yoa *.. t* Allen, whoee. place. of ...1..**.. red 1114IN
I AVAUGRN A. PESRtONS ..... th. ._.. .,......1.. ,... .llr... malll.f .. to Isle Cherry
religion today is amazingly/ appreciative of religious The picture which emerges from all this is a Clerk of Circuit Court II... of the complaint will k* lake .. AT... .Apd'i",. Lag Soak. C.ll- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tonal. Gaga C...., ....... plan THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Suwannee County, Florida' .onfniod ky you.Don. .
and
/ values says Dr. Rolland Wolfe chairman strange perplexing one. it hints at a regime 14-17 and Ord r.d I. Live O.k no,. of _I....* and malllni address to FOR SUWANNEE COUNTY FIOPJ-

if the Department of Religion at Western Reserve which notwithstanding Its outward show of boisterous Id. this 4th day of Ortokw, A. l>. 1055.LAYAUGHN P. O. Hoi 111. UopewelL Vlrk">k>l IDA. IN CHANCERY
CALL FOR BIDS A. SFSSIONSCUrk tk* ank..wu spouw, heir. .t tow, DOROTHY KIRRPATRICK JELINEK.
University. confidence, is still backing and filling groping Sealed bide will be received. b, Ike of Circuit Court .......*. ......... a* (..._. or Flalatlff..
Board of County Commlaalonera of Suwanne 8.wan.. County, Florida ether ....... or parties eloimis.by ....
But he "is not Interested in heaven and an Its way toward some kind of hoped-for
policyor County, Florida, at It. regular' (SEAL) Ikroaik. under or oialnat John- ARTHUR LEONARD JELINEK.Defendant. .
after life or In the abstruse theologies that have success it Is ever plainer that the future of place of meotinc .t the .....n.. By| till.... ....fo'.. D. C. ale Allen, deceased, .ad tk.lr I ro.ptl .
.
County Cnurthouea In Lt". 0.11. Florida. I II." ** nnknown ._... If U* NOTICE
emanated from book and pulpit." communism in Cuba Is no more certain or predict. until 11:00 O'.loell A. .... 0" the 10th t... ... If dead, their 1 unkaewaklr TO ARTHUR LEONARD JELINEK.keee .
day of November A. 0 I/tl. .t wbl.h NOTICE at .... ..,-. agates or reeldence. .la l*. Green Street
Today's student is apprehensive of the future able than it Is in the rapidly changing Marxist tlm. and place .11 bide, will b. puhU.I"'op.n.eI I will not k* .*._.1111. for asp ....t. ...._. and all a.ea..Wmiso. R..f...... Passylvsals '
and feels the urgent need for remaking the world world of Eastern Europe. and rud aloud tor the follow.RHx1TER 'Incurred ., ckock *lnc4 ky ...,....* aay *."'to. right. title ., I.to..t YOU ARE: HERESY NOTIFIED yet" ,
I In.. olh.r tk*. myMlf a along better patterns of understanding and -Christian Science Monitor WITH BENCHES I. ... II, ..*.. ......... ** .., part tkor*. altemey'a fees ke keen flies I
built .....'oIln. to plane and ..Mein'eatoe JIMMY BOBERSON ... ....... yea and yea are ....1... toaeive
quickly. B a aval'able at the office of the II.'. .....'., O..tI"... copy ef year ...... or other
However he from church and Suwannee County Engineer at the Toa ... kereky notified. that a pro. pleading. to the Ceeaptol.1. ee tk. Plain.Itfr .
veers away synagogue Courthouse In Live Oak Florida. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ......1.. to ache lltl ka* beee ......W Attorney, I-. Art.., Lewreiore.peeadnt ,
because he feels these institutions are livingin Investigate! The kid. will ke for two akeltera, JUDGE, SUWANNEE COUNTY, In the CI..." Cart for Sewaaae Cane Jr. P. 0. Set 111' Ur. O.k" .,
both aonctructed on the Courtkoueo FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ,,,. rWtda.. ...I..t all ...-. (....* ..l tll. the oraloal aasoor or mh.r
quiet backwaters, withdrawn from the world. In a recent press conference. President John block In Line Oak Florida, or for IN Ill I.tat. .f h>| any eetate, rlfkt. tKle or laUreetIn. to the. efflc ef tke. Ctork. ef
In one shalt., constructed en sold.1.blo.II. WILLIAM AVE *r lea. upon, tk* followto. deeevlbedreel t.... Circuit Court ef Sawannee Ceeaty.
They not the only
are vanguard of progress or deeply son announced that developments in Viet Nam Blda shall ke a lamp earn Doo....... proporty clteaU .ka Suawnaw* Coanx Florid, en or before Neeomker 5. 14*. I
involved In the crises of our day. make It to amount for the completed atructurc T. All Creditor wd P_M*. H..... ty F........., towHlBectnnln If yen fall to ... .... a Decree Pro Canto .
necessary Increase our fighting and payment will C...... or Dem..... Air.....' Sad &."' 10, on tk. North ..... of ," wlll' agaasl 1.u I.
"Consequently" says Wolfe "collegians todayare forces by raising the monthly draft call from or k* atrurturea made. until lb eatracto no re ., You and .rh. of 'M ... ......., ..'1. Dueal .1_.. I* feet Westward lb. .Ilof t.\. the Ca.paiat.
.tructurel are fully complete and fM .nd required to peat asp cUlM. front It. lalereeetUn wtk tk Want TWo tke. Itk. etay of Oetoker. I....
more likely to be seen on the picket line thanIn 17.000. over a period of time to 25,000 per e'f payment for malerlala end dem.nd. wklck. you, or either. of aid* of Hacallteo Street and rn*. I.AVAUGHN A. SESSIONS
church or synagogue" month. proof labor and equipment: : furnl.hed: the you may hue against the' ocUto of nine Nertkward. ....1..1. to Plamll. Clerk W the CircuS Leant
Buwannee County Engineer. William A... ......... Ut* of odd I.. Street. It f.... Ibeae N_.. ....._ County FteiBy ....
In nidey's opinion the key to the solution of Apparently a great many young men now faced No bid received after the time and C*..ty, to she Cewnty Jade of 110. ane/waed 44 Scot to a pains' Is cot ./ Ullkn ...,...
will be con.ldered. The wane *, bra *rflr* Northward fr.. Dues) tre.t ad D.. H, Clerk
the minister shortage "will have to be found In with an increased possibility of being drafted are data Hoard apeclfled of County Commlaalonera nary In the court lean; of ..rJ Count at II feel W........ from H..II,.. 11.11

churches which will allow ministers the freedom totally unaware of the reasonable and attractive the right to reject any and all hide, to
that portion of bid for en*
accept
to speak on all Issues and which will make it financially alternatives to just waiting for "the call." fracture or that pnrtlo. ef a kid for

possible for the best two .truct,.( to waive formill-- ,.
young people to get It Is true that the draftee and the enlistee rasa and to re-advertlae. ..d award the

the best training possible for their mlnlstery." both go into the armed forces but there the bid In the beat Intere.t. of S.wanaeeCounty.
Florida. Envelope containing
The "religious explosion" of the 1040s 80s and similarity ends. The best breaks go to the man klda muat ho elearlv marked on the eel.

''80s in America has resulted in the construction of who enlists voluntarily. He can. if he qualifies Ide "BID I*FOR. ...HHCLTER..". OPEN NOVEMBER

an outwardly magnificent edifice There is now take his choice of a variety of schools technical SIGNPDtI.AVAUGHN A. SFRSIONS'

a challenge to those who value It to do some serious fields and locations. He can. In effect put himself Clerk to the Board Of
.
rethinking on its purpose in the modern In command of his situation while in the service 14-11 County Com"'I.."' ''.'.

world lest it one day stand hollow and deserted and get the specialized training he wants IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

of meaning despite the crowds that flock to It on and needs fr the kind fo work he prefers to do. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR IUWAN-
one morning a week. both in the service and after completing Ms NEE COUNTY. IN TITLE" 4r

-Cocoa Tribune tour. BILL TO QUIlT
CR1ZELLE: HANKER YOUNG
All too often a young man's decision to wait PlalntlftVICTOR .,

until he's drafted is made without realising that u. ... YOUNG, MATTHEW :
About half of :
the people of the world are busy voluntarily enlistment YOUNG' cad BEATRICE RUSH. .r
trying to direct the lives of the other half. carries such great advantages Defendants

I B to himself, as well as to the armed forces and THE NOTICE NAME OF TO DEFENDIN '

to the nation. We would suggest therefore that THE STATS. OF FLORIDA!
Our Own Dictionary Self control; Some faced TO l Rack. of the following named 0.-
thing tell children anyone with the possibility of being drafted feadanta, ..._ ...01..... reeteeaceare I
we DUll they should
acquire should visit the nearest nahaewn, ,.-..It/ I
recruiting
j R station and In- Vicar M. Yeaap. Mathew Taac
vestlgate the alternatives to just waiting to be end 8..trl. Raab. tf .".. end If
Perhaps !It is because! so many miss the lesson called. dead, each. ef their. anknewa apeacee.kelre .
Taking the initiative can pay lifelong ... .- legatee, .rednere, ,
the first time that history repeats Itself. dividends to a young cue....ye, ...1.... and to all peraenaor
man who
a enters the service parttoa alalmmg. ky tkreack. .a ,
with some higher purpose In mind than just serv. der or igalaet them. aad .. .11 pec-
When too Is eon. ha v lag .ay claim or ear toiler
we are young our judgement Ing out his obligated time. eel In the laada herein deaerlkedlYoa. ;

weak; when we are too old. ditto.-Blalse Pascal and each. ef yes are .......... '
-Bradford- County- ----_ TVWr.rvr....._u.... notified. tkal ell .hi envOy .... .keen
brought. ...1./ ., yea by Crieell. MankeeYeang. .
m the Circuit. Cart ef the' Third
.4 I. Judicial. Clrealt. ef ........ lei ... far
1r1\'I'II..1' In Sugar II......... Coop Florid. .... yea ar What
'wmioa2ND Since ......., ........... ....,. and rea.ulred .
ALATFX r1 ON8 CUT OIL EiSvHO.H the revolution In Cuba to file year arrHtea ........ or ....
sugar cane production has (raw to tke complaint filed. ..garnetyea

A L PAINT PilNTIXCIPTIOMAl increasing rapidly In JI'1orlda.been Clerk la ef art Ik*".::.'I In Cased ike. efftee, In cad ef the ferSuwanaee does this emblem

More than $100 million has been Cemnty Florida .t tke Court
tlak\
1iat Heeae In Uve Fhirieew en er Movetke
t S Invested
S DRlls TO A WMITINUI AND in new plants and acre. Seth day tl ii......... A. D. Iftl.aad .
IIAUTIPUL FIAT age. I aerve copy ef art Aaawer or Do;
IMIINe fena .... W. RMdall. .....ht... At. mean to ?
_eN, 'RS, PINON & IXCILIINTDURAIILITV uee N.. 481 e you

MIT 0YINO C".rt.. N., 80IS
MIIITANT TO REPORT 0'
CONDITION IF THE Plait NATIONAL BANK: OP UVE OAK.
MIIMW AND IN THE STATE .
OUTJTANDINg Y 0' FLORIDA AT THE CLOAK t '
r. U. OF BUSINESS ON OCTO.'R
'' NIDINS POWIR 1 ; PUMUTalAh or THE'MI. PU.UlHID! : IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE ay CONPTllnt.LIR
C\lIIIIIII.cy.: UNDER SECTION Mil, U. *. REVISED STATUTES For one thing, it gives you something


$$6 IS!! ASlEn o.u-. CI.. m you can bank on.

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DUTAMTIK.
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N*. akare ..th.... .... .... .._Sal and your community.
m. 511s,* =1 ".. shares. ..........1.. ...._... ........ll..
IIAL, 88D OIL, Total par whee .?... .?. .?. '. II.MM emblem. Get to know the banker
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L Joke P. Wlecme Cash tt tk* aWre-a.med bash 4* twrek* dee tore that
MARY CARTER PAINT CO. thla renert ., eeaallte. to tree sal eerrcet. la* heat W aap keewtodee aex4 keleaf.
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Wilder Connor on Ilelrerutoa Av*. belief. to tree sad) eecreei. P. ft Corpse Jr. a "Over 400 banks'in Florida behind you and your commfuury"FLORIDA \


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE FIFTEEN



)Bulldogs Drop Panama City Suwannee I iI i iI I




Game 51-0; Two InjuredRod High ChatterBy I


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Bowdoin And Theron Bass STATISTICSLO.. r.c. 1

nn 0...... 1 13Robing
Sidelined To Starke Yardage n IS' Gayle lirookins
; Play FridayThe Yards Lost Ru.biog It IS
Net Yards R.abing IS 221Parr.
Suwannee Bulldogs faced one of the worst Attempted It II AREA COLLEGE-CAREER D\Y
whippings handed a Live Oak team in recent years at pares Completed 11 I' College-Career Day was held r
Panama City Friday night before a homecoming crowd, Paring. Yardage Ut I' this Tuesday at North' Florida
is the Bay High Tornadoes soared to a 51-0 victory. YarD I'et1aIbecI 11 111TIJntoa Junior College in Mad lOn. Manyof
Quarterback Rod Bowdoin injured in downfieldn Penalized S .. the school. participating In-
....... was eluded Sir*annee. Hamilton Jtf. ,
.. .".".o...... pun. eats Fumble. Last I' .'
Tenon, Lafayette Qreenvll
m, the first quarter and at the
Salem, and TAYLOR '
Madison Branford
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ime of this report wu still In anay Branford Ag Students Taylor High.Practically. I ,'
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County hospital being treated Watch Soil FilmA of
all the seniors
or a bruised kidney.Quarterback soil conservation film "11\ 6u,'annee High School attendedthe 7 COUNTY
Theron Baal wuloo I
Living Earth" was furnished this event, there they were able
Injured prior to halftime a*
week to Branford High School to speak with representative of I
i .rd for showing to11.. vO<'.uonal.1 16 college and universities, man
BULLDOGS' TALC agriculture classes Each month specialised training schools, private 7
Indlvldaal Record during the school year the Su. and public institutions. and TREE
BUSHING wannee River Soil and Water each branch of the military
TriM Yds. AT. TDHovdoin Conservation District furnishes Business schools, cosmetolgists -
Sohalett ..annee film on various aspect of con barbers Eastern Air Line. CAPITAL
I -1-1.1 S serration to the vo-ag groups in the Florida Highway Patrol FBI, 7
tarns 1 11 1.57s S the county. and State Road Department were
MeKeltben s iei S According to J, Dan Rosa din some of the fields represented for
teeny i ieIS 1 trict board chairman, there is no senior to think of when they OF
Date I SJ 1 charge for this service and groups plan for the future
Panama at, Interested In obtaining films THESOUTH
Mgt 4 1C MSI 1K should contact one of the din nit
4 71 1 trict's supervisors; J. C Cope The Suwannee Chapter Future
II (* SS7 / land. J. W Oaston. Eugene Me Homemaker met In the home
cU I. 41 3.4J 3 Can L. B. Robenon, or see one economic department Wednr
I 3 !.' / of the local technician John day. October 13. The following ofleers .
Robert 1 43 4(7 1 BOWDOIN INJURED Hampton or Russell PanonaProFiles. were elected: Jeanne
'onrsdrowler I 4 4./ S Bchmuts. president; Mary Beth
I 14 317 eUteheD he tackled Quarterback Robert Ridd rm.n. vice president I 3 .C7 1 Fleming at the goal line. Ban war charge of program of work);
PASSING treated for a neck Injury at the Vicki Brcttlngen, treasurer; Jlnle
AU.CaP. lnt.Tdi.TD hospital and released. ". i Phillips secretary. Mrs. Bus .
8..,..... The Bulldogs Quarterbacked by William and Mr*. Katherine
eta 11 S S 1Iluvts Chip Harris gained only 33 yard I ie8 Sr'NeesLrVSERes Pryor are sponsor ,' ,
M II J 111 1 through the line but HarrU com 74V/ "
' Fauna Citytobrrt pitted 11 of 31 passes for 114 HOMECOMING
II" / II I yards, throwing to Corbln Bl. Ye, It I U time to think about
riming 4 I 17 I pham. Dale McKeltlwn. and rrt homecoming again. This year the
RECEIVING Bridges. Buwannee Bulldogs play Fernandlna .
Caught Ida TO Panama City racked up 32<. t lll Beach November II for their
Rswsnnee yard on the ground and 10 thru homecoming gam
af.phaaa I IS 1Co the air with IS tint downs, tearing Club and organisation are ,
S U S in every quarter. asking preparation for the rPa
tribes i ie 1 They scored 7 point In the tint homecoming parade, and theme .
i it SMr period 11 in the second (Including For all float must be turned In f'
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1M. i i a 10 yard field goal), and 14 by Friday of this week W* hopeto .
ransraa at, In the third and fourth quarters have one of the best homecomng .
C.amlagbam i is II" All Tornado rearms were used tilt > we have ever had. '
SewS. 1 some for the first time this season THIS rM LG.1 M1'raO.S38
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....1rI' i ii I because of Panama City's _SUT W3T 'rt7Prf3sur0au4 roonuLtTh : :.'J F
1 17 Ss.1. tough schedule earlier this year. W 1kItHOS8lU Bulldogs travel to Stark
1 SPtTfTlNO S Live Oak linemen were given a S_-nc PItrKm5. this Friday night to meet the
workout u fresh reserve were WuO NtTOM.v.2S6.Dto Starke Tornadoes Oame time Is
Pints _.. A... continually being alternated 10 0f\I S pm. hope to see you there
I.......... rrtdsy night the Bulldogs travel tQIlNO!!1tNW'Ot wNsrtN1111
I 1 41 to Stark for another tough
Wife
S&vIi/\I"IM eaMal .
....... City game and a Florida Star Conference Preservers .
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THE YJJEES'LAST ..

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crop front end styles With new Pressure Control

world's most comfortable Control Cockpit with 1.IspA.e.. ...' ell........
roomy platform adjustable steering column and Pew. ..... ........k'tise IAer
weight transfer traction with pull-type implementsadded LI'' .....-'_l..........r.I .-
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efficient Control Center. Come see it I

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Notice To All Corn Growers! :


Suwannee Grain Corporation it now receiring yellow shelled :'s We join all of Taylor) County in invitingyou

corn. We try to give you the most courteous service available to to the

you and our aim b to see that you get the highest pouible price

for your corn.


appreciate Bring us a your load of patronage.com. We believe you'll be bade again and we PINE TREE FESTIVALOct.




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1/4 M3 NotUi Livestock Market 0. Netfc HMSSCM Are : want. Act far lb.M.vPy Buckeye Cellulose
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SIXTEEN SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 28,


Dotes From Beggar Holidays I UUf.A.DAY. I I
Recipes Given For Halloween Eating ;Enjoyment

Ancient Customs Are ReflectedIn I ",'( Food plays a big part in the enJoyment era. Make faces on the cheese parsley ";celery: leaves green pep.
of Halloween say ..nutrltlonlsts using such foods as paprika per, pickles and catsup.
Halloween Trick Or Treat? with the Florida Agricultural Give fruit cookies, popcorn
Extension Service balls or small package *f raisins
To make Halloween Oxcndine With to
"pumpkins" trick or treaten who knock on
When ghostly little beggars ring the doorbell at decorate oranges with your door this Halloween.
Halloween and chirp, "Trick or treat?" they unknowinglyrevive cloves and cut gumdrlps held In .
an assortment of old customs. place with a little sugar and water 1st Infantry
There were beggar holidays some 400 years ago to mixture. Make the "pumpkin's1 Boy Ranch Sells
permit the- Door to call on more favored neighbors- for stem by scooping out a small sec They art trained and Registered Angus Cattle
targeu, the National Geographic tion of the stem end of the orange ready to meet the new face of
Considerable activity centered bells for trick or treat. This min and Inserting a .strip of dark war. ", said Major General Florida Sheriffs Boy. Ranch
lays or event has into what the Live Oak. recently sold 23 regis.
grown stalk.
around Allhallows Even or green celery: Jonathan O. Seaman as Specialist
Halloween.In United States Committee for Serve apple cider with a pump- Four Freddie L. Oxendine debarked toted Angus cows to Ernest E.
UNICEF calls the "world's great f kin cookies cake. Candied Priest Keystone Heights.
England and Wales soul or apples in Vietnam with other
cakes were baked about October eat program for children to help shiny and red are amusing members of the 1st Infantry Di- Ten Aberdeen-Angus bulla and
the children". During the 1963 Hal- to make and decorate. Fashion vision. six reglstreed Angus, cows were
28 to be distributed among
sold to John Odom
poor and eaten on All Souls' Day. loween observance some 3,500,000 faces on them with candy fruit Son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ox of Starke.
Beggars went about singing "A boys and girls In about 13,000 drops raisins coconut marshmallows endlne of Route 2, Live Oak
soul cake a soul cake have mer- I communities collected more than .and white mints. Specialist Oxendine la assigned asa Firm StandIn
cy on all Christian souls for a $2 million Halloween partygoers like to team leader with the division the days when fashion demanded
soul cake." Prayers were pledged Oddly the modern "trick ortreat" duck for crisp and red apples. when was ordered to duty as a result rigidly erect posture a
in return tor gifts. custom had Its parallel among Push a penny into the meat of the of President Johnson's announced matron of New York City often
As time passed the pledge of I American Indians. But children apple to make them easier to troop build-up In VIet- resorted to harsh discipline. She
prayers was dropped. "Souleds" were the victims not the y 0 e ...... ,. ,., I grasp or you might han gthe apples fastened a long, upright needle
for tricksters When an oldster ,. y from a string and watch the nam.Oxendlne entered the In
gave way to children eager p.A.lkw IM IMS VM LAr"" .S Army I Into the front of her daughter's
apples, nuts or other goodies.I masked himself and pretended to fun. November 1981. The 23-year-old dress. If the girl Inclined her bead
But households were still roused menace the children had to buy "Most you start every day off with, 'I told you to Goblins and witches never refuse -I,soldier Is a 1981 graduate of Su-I too far forward the needle served
with the old song: I him off with a gift_of .tobacco. watch that rock!I'?" I hamburgers and cheeseburg 'wannee High School. as a painful reminder.
Soul soul an apple or two
If you haven't an apple a pear
will! do.
One for Peter two for Paul.
And three for the Man Who
made us all.
In Ireland, forerunners of
trick or treat laid it right on the
line. People went about begging WASTING mxmuzm
BGLLAKSMJQIL t't'J
gifts in honor of one Muck Olla
an obscure folklore character
probably linked to the Druids !
who provided many Halloween
customs. Householders were reminded
that Muck Olla was responsible
for prosperity which
would disappear If the callers
weren't treated liberally.In .
present-day Wales Hallo-
ween la still regarded as an open '
season for doorway giving. Generosity (;'
is nudged by such songs as (.\/! '1. '
this' J' \; .
An apple or a pear a plum 01

Or cherry any good thing to make ui I ,. ,.;; sonico
merry: *
Many American communities,
long harassed by over-merry Hal
I loween roisterers, have resorted .
to supervised observances tak ,
ing a lead from Anoka Minne Q
IOta. Townspeople awoke there in :Why a Certified Crop Production Program?
had
1910 to find that prankster
rounded up cows from all over j '
the community and left them a : Because e
mooing soulfully In the streets millions of fertilizer dollars aro wasted each Prodiict t tM

Some cows had entered the high year in the South. lover $2,000,000 wasted in
school and chewed up the algebra -. one
book: one terrestrial globe state alone! RA*
was gnawed as far east as Mada- ,
gascar. Anoka felt that enough Q

was Well enough.ahead of the next Halloween i : This year,will any of your fertilizer dollars bo wasted

Anoka organised an elabo- ,
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rate program with games, prizes a
and a parade to siphon off youthful Absolutely nono. .1/you Collow the proven, ,
energy and ingenuity Other
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communities took up the Idea 4 common-ecnse recommendations Sonico's Certified .
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In varying fashion Crop Production '
Program.
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Would-be soap scribblers In t
Toms River New Jersey were
encouraged to paint washable .

I dows.Halloween,This scenes custom on has store spread win r j Read the Plain, Common, Horse-sense Facts behind This Fantastic Waste of Fertilizer DollarsI ,

I t" widely the; prizes best of are the given artistic and endeavors often -- ,I It stands to reason that not a single cent of this waste What happened?Where does the trouble lie?Obvious 'I

are left awhile after the In fertilizer dollars was 'intentional Farmers of ill lies
i ly, It In the fact that few, of any of the unwitting

I I holiday.In Philadelphia on a Halloween people;know the value of a dollar. But many of them, victims of Improper fertilization made certain their

10 years ago a croup of Sunday .f, as evidenced In these huge losses, are not getting
crop programming
was
School pupils collected coin, for: ; waste-proof before commit. ..
UNICEF Instead of ringing door. maximum benefit out of every dollar'Invested in their ting themselves to needless expense. One of the I

I t crops. Undoubtedly, every Southern farmer who suf. main objectives of the Sonico Certified Crop Produc.
0AN UM IU.IDA I fered part of this staggering waste of fertilizer 1
WI//, dollars tion Program Is to help you avoid this, through expert

MapA.w'SMADION AND. AV/, 1{ I thought, at the time, he was doing the right thing. evaluation, not only of plant food, but every factor
?
., MINK.a r I With expert agronomic guidance and counsel, these (Seed, local conditions, application, ag chemicals)
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4.! millions of wasted fertilizer dollars could have been relating to maximum yields from
a every crop you
1 l. greatly reduced, or wiped out altogether, thus con.
plant. Read the facts
l '. relating to the great annual
I, I verting profits. these millions of wasted dollars 'Into added waste of fertilizer dollars In the South! Here are six .

I 'D of the many ways fertilizer dollars are being wasted:
eAR MOANI.I.f I. f
f ;\O\I.TI.'NQ\ LINGO A i J 1. Fertilizing acid soil that ties up the plant food. 4. Inadequate plant
''t- w/el.w'U NSUAG: population to take advantage of '


CX4NDONBW CANAAN" ,COCA.pCAR !. 1 2. Adding an Improper analysis of plant food. the fertilizer. ....;JI j.

,, NOAI4- wNN" I t 5. Weeds and Insects Interfering with plant utiliza. ,V'!_. ,'. ,:
VOU BUY* CAR ON TIME, 3. Poor placement of fertilizer In relation to the lion of fertilizer. ... :
ARK ICU TRAPfeiP Legs I fir' ..
t' WTMOUT SEAT ,WITS 7MRC. k., .. ': plant. t 6. The addition of unneeded plant food. ". "r
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'e"\ 1 CANNOT BE WEIGHED OR DETERMINED GENERALLY. THEY MUST BE EXPERTLY EVALUATED IN RELA, '

TION TO THE SPECIFIC SOILS IN WHICH EACH OF YOUR CROPS ARE TO BE PLANTED. AND IT IS THIS

ProFilesWHO EXPERT EVALUATION, OF YOUR PARTICULAR SOIL. THAT CONSTITUTES THE REAL MONEY-SAVING AND

THUS MONEY-MAKING VALUE OF SONICO'S CERTIFIED CROP PRODUCTION PROGRAM TO YOU. AND

t '; B" B'lb dyk THE START OF IT. THE' FIRST ALL.IMPORTANT STEP IS SOIL If STINO. SO, WITHOUT DELAY. ".
: : : SEE YOUR SONICO D R'TODAy.r :
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