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Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1965
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
System ID: UF00028422:00308
 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, NOVEMBER 4, 1965 VOL. 81. HO. 25. ;



I ......- Awards. n For Editorial. .Excellence, .. ......_____ Voters

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Runs Off SR49Two Amendments 4,5

young Live Oak men were
I'ri1 seriously Injured Friday nigh With about 20 per cent of
when .a lees Plymouth In whicH O4 the voters In Suwannee !
they were rldlnf ran off State County turning out Tuesday .
,
Road 49 south of here and rolled
in the special I election on .
turning over for approximately
1.r
10 yards. :-iT state constitutional amendment .

Both Jerry C. Moore. 30. the ( M *, Gov. Hums. |300-
1hp
driver and hU paasenger. Drnnle million road bond program
R ed. II. were thrown out of UM 1'.1 h waa soundly defeated here, 1 1 1aa i
automobile In the accident 4 MnF It was. statewide, by a i'
Deputies Cecil Bond and Cur. w martin of 838 against to 683

Democrat masher. Lade C. Wedsweeth. lit a. and fanner EdIUr Herb Wadewerth leek ever tu KarreU investigated the wo*ck. ,. for the program,
award they have wen for having the best editorial as.sg an Florida weekly paper en three ... They estimated Moore'i speed .t t ;. 1 Only three precincts In the
70-11 mph at the time of the ae
eastern. The ..,... Bold a plae* presented him Saturday fer winning UM INs ..at**. cadent which occurred about 1pu. county favored the bond program
Democrat' SUN Fbete) two in Lire Oak and one at Kirkland .
Frtd. .
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while the
Both men were taken to the Bu. The Grand Opening of Live Oak MAM today (Thanday) will O'Brien precinct
wannee County Hospital following be highlighted, by the appearance .f special I.... Scott Kelley, II.reported a tie on the issue II to

Democrat Editorial Is Named the accident and later trarufer farmer state senator and candidate let leveraer, at the ......... At this writing the road bond ,,t

red to a Gainesville hospital tin beginning at pill .-.. amendment U losing threout

An estimated 13.000 damage This ... ef the Demeerat ........ a tpeelal 11-page supple Florida by ,a vote of 4)4 434

Best Among' Florida Weeklies wa Xaceeslve inflicted speed on the and new falllnt car. to swat en the Ma and .lie ....-*. and win have Increased eta against and 371.Oil for .

have vehicle under control were ealatlen In ........ Cewnty. I Democrat Staff rfeele) More vote were east on the
real
bond amendment to
.n anyother
I L The Bawannce Democrat wu period Of Brpt 1X4' thru Sept. Leonard."Where. lilted u contributing facton N,o I w..unnns.cone..w..us..n.uenus..uwuLire on the ballot. Out of I:IIIregistered
cited In Winter Park Saturday 1MI. It waa the third time In II Were They wa reprinted chart have been. .filed u yet. Oak Wants It voter. 1,103.. voted In
for having the best editorial In yean that the Democrat was sorecognlaed twice<< In the Congressional the special election about one
competition among aS Florida for escellence In its Record and many pubUcalionsthmout in fire
Juveniles Held Decision On LocationOf
weekly newspapers during \beOTHINKIHG editorial. eoIWDDI.Wben the U. B. Expected Amendment Five, concerningthe
Were They When They The Democrat U the only newspaper exemption of mobile home
Were Needed" was the prlae In Florida to have received For 3 RaidsAt Vocational-Technical SchoolSeveral from personal property tat was
winning entry by FUbUsher Louie the editorial pets more than also defeated In Buwanne* Coun
C, Wadsworth The editorial on once Publisher WadJ.orUahar- final problems were Ironed out at a Tutidaymeeting ty with flW for and 111 against
I racial organlsatlona' actlvlUee In ed editorial. honors with the Mlami High SchoolTwo of the Vocational-Technical School Commute The vote la close on Amendment
OUT LOUD ftuwannce County appeared. on Herald te ll '. when both MIn the state, showing .a slight
clearing the for action the State Board of Rdura
the front page of the Sept ITIPMnJasue. weekly and dally paper In FtorMa juvenile who alter, way by martin for P....... 144333 to
:L .WMfc tewie &vTedswecOiI .a< the Democrat, the competed towther: wily" have been alar.Ing raid I Jon on the) proposal that Uvt Oak be; designated aa a alt, H.m at this wetting

'I", week following Hurriaane Assay In '''. Herb Wadtworth. then At Suw nne* llffh fichpol ,...aUonal4eholcl acbooU) ? County voting returns quoted
Good 0IDIft.IhDPPIDt destructive flood damage here. Democrat editor and now assistant were arrested Monday night" Itt hoped' that ties Oak will here are fcnofrwal figure lab*- I
oentera or. pleat have Wadiworlh ejaoctioned the to Congressman Don Fumia.' by Sheriff Duke McCaIliter be favorably considered fey the Following the letUlatlve see. Isled at the supervisor ef tie*.
beeome a statue for modem day NAACP and similar groups which wan the Editorial Oscar for a Mate official within the nest lion this year the Buwannee lions' office from precinct reports
common 5Ii for most progressive bad been active to this area ,...... crusade against action by the and arc being' held In county two week, according to Harry County Board of Pubtle Instrue- Tuesday night. Absentee ballota
dues and towna of America today eta to the flood but were nowhere County DemocralM EiecuUveCommittee jail pending a hearing by Juvenile Weaver., chairman ef the lamancommittee lion appotnud the local eommlt are net Included.

end up with .a lane. convent to be found following the ,for stopping political authorities and director of Florida tee to aid In seeurlnc a school for nee. aMI,..."
to the el here. Ai result of the The boya one U yean old and Ranch. e4eeUm Man
cnt shopping area atmllar crisis when many members rang a Sheriff Dora this area. .
one that win open here this the Negro community were. left 1PM editorial, the faWN were one I.. art aatd to nave netted The INI Legislature provided The State Board ef education *to ---...C.. ut by pwliie4en
nomine Thursday the tin Bomeleea.The held aa formerly and attractedthe an estimated 11.000 tat cash and Jar consuueuon funds of up to aomprlssd of Governor Burns Fag
oak Flaw award was announced at a largeat crowds to history ebool equipment during breaking IM0.004 for the vocational Secretary of State Tom Adams Amendment One. Two. and
Ed Turner el Tumer-Uiner meeting of the Florida Press AsaoeUUon The Democrat was also cited at and entering Job on about October schools. Uve Oak people have Superintendent of Fublle Instrue Three all were approved by miwannee -
Construction Company told Mthle In Winter Park which the North Florida Fair In IIM II. U. and UMcCaUlstrr made effort to have such an InUtutlon lion Floyd Christian. Attorney County voter The first ,
week hie firm would beau was attended this put week end for Herb Wadsworthl editorials said that the flrrt located here for more General) Karl: FalrchHh. and amendment, to establish an additional I
Mtutracttoa immediately. of three by Mr, and Mr*. Louie C Wade- winning file place among paper raid. October II. readied In the than two year (Is.. DECISION Page II Court of Appeal In Floe
or four more Vmtoeee apaoea m worth and Democrat Editor AI In North Florida, disappearance of chemistry eqUiP. Ida. received a M4 to in vote.
the cent't. Be II not M liberty to went trees the school lab The second and third tome do
announce Jut who his add1Naelteanta Following that the Juveniles U.legcdly .\Unit I'rcirntnl At heeling not affect $uwannee County .
win be other than the Grand Indicts 3 ArrestedFor \ broke Into the vocaltonalagriculture Amendment Two. authorising an
Tut-N-Tisn Shop BOW located on Jury building and got an Commissioners Won't Pay additional evenly judge for Lab l
Cast Howard BtreeC which has assortment of tool. Including a County County was approved. "".2..
Icaeed one ofhi additional Plant blowtorch. The provision In the third am. :
paces planned for the Plata. Bottling Robbery They apparently wed. the torch Until Court Iiouse Job FinishedThe ndmenl which provided that the
and tool in optninf tale In the .
Turner said there were a number clerk In Palm Beach County serve
of appOcaaU for the atom Murder Mamlaughter Triads Set office of the Junior high school. ) Board of County Commissioner proved to te both the Circuit Court and Criminal
his firm plena to round out the trop which about IIM was found ought businessmen at their Tuesday meeting when final Court ., record rag spprov.ed .
tint phase el bufldlng a sjjwable The Suwannee County Grand Jury met last week and 1I MtnC. K-.. from the safe were ment was requested on the recent court house ren here 12....,.
ray
shopping area In the city, finished work thia Monday, returning a total of 66 tru.bUIa used to take money from a soft. vationa. The four amendment' ...had. .
Be points Old there U also .a with billa. Among those drink machine and cracker mall Construction ComDon't ing the road bond tow an ap-
thepresent and rejecting II caps no *. jnronuci. rage ii The county reportedly owes Gay .
round MA weH el pear to have
plot el ( wan the approval of
eonalmeUan available for odlcted were three Folk County men charred with grand t pan and Architect lurry E. I Florida voter.
larceny In connection with the Coca-Cola Bottling Plant Bums of Jacksonville a total) ef
upemsion and that be ta net"Uettnc .
with firms Inlereeted In safe-cracking September M fA CotOoart nun on the final remodedndbin. ,
Trial wa art for the three. .
earning here Cattlemen[ To HearGooprralhr. Charles BUnmon. Kenneth Roy Ted Ftppes, representln Bums. Rev. Tidnell
McPherson and WOUam It. Copeland pled for payment of the IIM
I think It a good thmg that the i
tenant for the Flaaa an firms Feeder in Circuit Court here on 'M Owed to the architect To Be Installed
already located here which Buwumee County Cattleman' November 23. according to Circuit ....,, 11 wu noud that teller from
mean they are etpandaig their President Cbarlee Bowta. advise. Court Clerk Lavaughn Bnalnn*. Mall Cress county engineer, luted t1
local aeOIUee.. that a ape ial meeting of the Circuit Court I* meeting this seven deflcienelee In the reKxteUne This SundayThe
One of the aUracUene for the CatUemaal AMOdation win beheld i week and nest week with Judge : job which totaled an
Tuesday November II. at. R. ||. Rowe on the broth and .
center M the fenpreved parting eetlmaud |MO The eommuslon< Live Oak Advent Christian
that wtn be available.Bpeaklng 744 ,.. to the ConFtetWorthBuOdiag wen noses November II so court ere said that the Mlle would be Church will install .IU new pastor. '
near the Coliseum to CM be. held In Lake City for one paid when the deficiencies were Rev. MwsheJI A. Tldwett at a I
el parking brtow to twit el the Cattle Fv due Cooperative I week The Court win runners In corrected pedal service this Bunday after, v\
mind the need for action an the In Lafayetu County! Buwannee County November 23 Borne of the llenu on the lit noon at I. Rev, C L Kliby, fl.Morker y
put .. sill otnctala to either The beam of the Cattle Cooper- A mwder trial was set November PT Include a second lost ., paint for the Seth salts aad :
one etii wrap this tityl park alive Feed Lot win boon band to II for P. L "...... a Negro needed In the upstate* front ban Florida Advent Christian Confer.
tog meten to mdteate no parking etplasn this operation to Iuwan-i i migrant worker, charged' with the ef the eawt how*. Pal tovlvw ens... WUJ preach the) meUItaUonsermon. J
fee are Beeeaaary or take the Sew CA TTLDI f. Fagw. II IB*. CRAXD Jt'RT. Page II and repauiUii' near the water .

straoty wrapping: tape. eff sad fountain at the main entrance, John W, Bmllh, chairman ef
return M eaforcemeni .. theparting Suwvmne. County Clr It and insulation. of w.i."r press the official board, wui welcome. t
meter ........ l County Attorney Alfred Alrthrecommended the pastor to the- church and roe
CMeetloa el parking has were thai the payment wive the pMtore family Into the
sospeoded an demand el certatadueuauea Fayc Driver Zann White Members be. withheld' pendinc the dMl.. memberUilp ef the church. I
mercbanU who tmlmeU tiled repairs ae the surety bond Email: ..an.. local attorney.
would help peas n.. proved. to Of Aurora CourtTwo 1 would be 4.fs.tud If anothef .Ill preside. Rev, Juttue Parker,
fee false ...... What eccwrredwae Homecoming firm were eontiacted to finish pastor of the First Advent am.U. .-

that available parking spaeewae Ur Oak girls member of the Homecoming the work" The eoniatiaeianert an Chard In Lake City, will
wed by the wetter te ..... were went along with Alrth reeom give the Invocation. the Revame .
tows area Irevtag Btne apace for ; Court at the 35th annual Homecoming at Aurora N endattn, aeeadin4 to the office walkup president .f the
IIMIPPmL- College Aurora. III., this put weekend. el Leviuerbn ......... townly Live OU MUUeterlal A Asswlallen.
to fact from my ataodpetnt Mia Faye Driver. Sherwood Forest wu elected' clerk. will live the ....... to the A* iweetsn i
the sfteaOan today M eves sons (om comla( Queen of the four-day weekend and Mia .,.... Bupevtotendent Henryrolsoa : the Honorable J Mar. I
ibis when the auto,. wen m lam Wbtto. a imiilinl. el thesophpeaeee pale to the Board c.< ape PhOBpax" parr ef Live Oak.
-- UwDa c.'IIItIUIIIt ..& ww OoOege MM Driver ha been pltn/ag the referendum to the win five the welcome. to the city '
The .... paitmg+ area prwrtd.ed iipiaasnfalHe to the .... el the college .yearboaej.The Dmmber 1 atiflaec and trudge I Sots wm be rendered by Rev,
at the PIMa U eerUn to prwve .... IIaIUa .. ......... High FbaresT, pm te.4 el the elecuoa. to abotUh the ihreeaMAel 'J. Pomerey Carter supormten t
p0gd.r,. vier lost rsM.wts as Stied 5TNwaaa. Women** AUtkOe asanrisBnn and asuwd Trueteee for eounlyFa dent el the Advent Christian 1
was aa vfattert to this sit?. ...... yeej-a ejnsmvwaa a adts; .eeretary to the atudeut Bdaranrvlee .. tdeok ..... Rev, Oordoa O. Reed, editor I
abo general chatrman ofBontMsmJnc. ti.a. sad .. &eer KaO. ....... ..l Crews, putty agent, en ef the Messenger Ft***. winy
d the Has will an *.Qa Drteer was a .tsasnlbs behalf el Or, M A. WaUme el the teetaaeUan prayer. '
Open a( .
M got-* UM wt* .. Us .*. .. f.* g ls. pwfmala
Mime title cttyH preMg. ae a aansi.r N u. P esUl\eC I bens WUto I* ..mar, ef the the Onreenltr el Fbettfa A 1nIe I Rev. TWwen began his work
her .... the fieri*. ..... Tt. eves
Mole drew
< + .1 ......... advised
.. her Service with the
dope t eeMer to aDd .artrpe year and also te I.eve sod 1u& reel tore chnmh en Oct. .. IMI.
wfl M dMM. ....thsiyes. .a1 .... ...,>-.... I wed flr* rannar-e9 ga UM Wtoter aieaseeel by the tarta CMk"> dew a gsid.stud .... .. UeUrd the Board thai .M the Shunt de* The awbtta to Invited. to the *pelalatrvlee >
Ttoflore to OM db.t ...s her yean at Arore CamrvoJ Queen ...... ....... IFhoto bf Doe Hitasrt ife. coMJaaaiorfa. rate .t .

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1965
PACE TWO SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

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191519401955Taken

Sleeper And Spin-0How // Labor Lost?

to make technology available where It After falling for years to convince Congress to By
Doyle E.
will do the moat good? repeal the Taft-Hartley labor law In toto, labor devoted ConnerFlorida ,
From Te File Of
The other day we wrote about the non-profit its considerable energies this present session z

person-to-person organization DATA International, to getting one part of it knocked out-Section 14B, agriculture's sister Industry TOE SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT ,......

which links Inquiries from abroad to technical sources which gives states the option of either permitting tourism will receive i a I

In the United States or prohibiting compulsory union membership.The shot in the arm if the
supreme lease to the property and it ls not Livestock Auction Market, showIng .
On a potentially much larger scale, Mayor Democratic-dominated Senate has now Disney interests proceed with the 1915The
known whether she will continueto the rising supply of pigs and
Willy Brandt has brought up the question of whole shelved the measure after failing to achieve even all-but-conflrmed plan to develop fair opened Tuesday according conduct it as a rooming houseor hogs from Suwannee County,

countries sharing more American technical know- a simple majority on a vote to shut off a Republican "the greatest attraction In the to schedule with but few surrender the lease to the new

filibuster (a two-thirds vote was needed). history" of our state. visitors present. The greater part owner. Suwannee High's Oreen Wave
ledge.Much "spin- The AFL-CIO As one of agriculture's spokesmen of the first day was taken up in .
of this knowledge has come as a would be well-advised to stop grid machine played thrilling
research. If coun- beating this I would like to congratulate arranging exhibits and placing football here Friday to completely .
off" from weapons and space a particular horse, dead for this year vision to
have had the
who
those and poultry in stalls, pens
try Is barred from the nuclear club, Is it to be denied at any rate, and start thinking about how It can spearhead the plan which has stock Thursday, Good Roads 1940 outclass a highly-touted Fletcher .
and
related Information that might be vital to unionize those states where it does not have the culminated in the purchase of coops. to promisesto \ State Commissioner of Agriculture High aggregation from Jacksonville
I Day, as we go press
and walk with
Industrial progress? force of law on its side. some 30.000 acres of land In Osce be a grand success. Hon. Frank Nathan Mayo. told more than away a

Mr. Brandt thinks there should be some way Labor claims to have the figures proving that ola and Orange Counties for Clark Congressman will addressthe 100 cotton farmers gathered after-at 13-0 victory .

of obtaining such information from the United wages are higher benefits greater and security I about $5 million. I people with F. A. Wood and the courthouse Saturday
that ought to substitute -
they
noon 1955
should be condition stronger Typical of Florida citizens, it Col. C. A. Hardee today at 2 pelt
States We do not think It as a among workers in states allowing the for their plantings of long
have a keen Interest in the overall Suwannee County freeholders
for giving up nuclear membership, but we do union shop.It and short cotton the newer Sea
economic prosperity of our will name three school trustees
think that sharing nonmllltary knowledge i is bet- might get faster results and be truer to state and I have been disturbed J. D..Radford has the moved building his Island variety He was heard by and vote on school millage Tues-

ter than withholding it in the long run. the spirit of the early leaders In the movement at the slight! but ominous Inroads Jewelry store occupied into by the Live the farmers at the invitation of day. Four names will appear on
formerly
Inside the United States we welcome what by redirecting some of Its expensive lobbying efforts that other tourist centers have Oak Bank. He has Installed a refreshment Suwannee County Agent S. C. the ballot of which the three

President Johnson called the "sleeper" legislation from the halls of Congress to the factory made into what Florida long had: parlor in one side of Klerce and Tom W. Allen repre- highest will be elected. Those

of the present Congress the State Technical benches In the hinterland. considered its corner of the tour the new store. sentative of the Sea Island Cotton running are E.: K. Hamilton Harry
Bureau the State Department
Services Act. The federal government will pay -Cocoa Tribune let market. of L. Howes, T. J. Kennon. andHelU'J'

half the cost. But Mr. Johnson said he wants it to This "Disneyland" venture Indeed The Lake City Index agrees of Agriculture. E. Vann. Voters will be }
may become the greatest school mill-
asked to
be a local program "spearheaded by local inItIa- for with the Tlfton (Oa) Dally Gazette More than 150 teachers and approve a
single thing ever to happen
age of seven mills for the coming
Send Christmas Parcels SoonIt's
tive and imagination. Florida tourism, certainly helping that the National Highway school officials from seven North

This places the proper emphasis In a program the time of the year, again, to think of to reassert our state's position as should be changed to come from Florida counties attended the district year. __ r

designed to facilitate the speedy distribution of Christmas parcels for those overseas. This year one of the world's greatest tourist Valdosta down through Hamilton school 'conference at the Progress Is being made by the

scientific and technological information to private Americans are sending more of them to Viet Nam centers. County to Lake City through, leaving whichIt out Methodist Church Tuesday of this North Florida Telephone Com-
Suwannee County, week.
business. and to Asia. now passes. The Index bases pany on Its program to convert
and Those going that distance should already be While I am quite heartened the entire system to dial Presi-
We hope that American mayors governors Its belief on the condition of the -Live Oak Night" at the lodge
this boost to the toumlstindustry
new
will show as much local initiative as the Mayor of mailed or be mailed as soon as possible. over road between Live Oak and Lake of the Jacksonville chapter of dent Otto Wettstein said today.
there Is one negative
Berlin in seeking the information necessary to the Each year, the Post Office Department tellsus thought nagging at the back of City, BPOE was attended Saturday Engineers have and completed construction -
specifications
progress of their Industry.The many packages fall to reach their destination my mind. That 30,000 acres of night by 20 persons from Suwannee for the expansion plans of outside plant

Christian Science Monitor because of Improper packing. Used cardboard land In Orange and Osceola W. H. Spencer known. the County. Elks from here attending facilities, both within the community -

boxes are not strong enough and should not be Counties It's another huge Royal Tailor man. but who represents Include Bill Williams J area and the rural areas

used. A fiber board box \Is recommended.Since piece of farmland gone forever several of the largest and L. McMullen Dr. A. T Chalmers. in Crescent City High Springs

Right To Strike? packages are often subjected to moisture -] I understand that a larger portion best tailoring establishments in J. B Pike, Lloyd Landry L. C. Fort White, and Alachua.
the U. S., moved his office and Buchanan. Frank Futch. Johnnie
THE RIGHT to strike is one of organized labor's even rain, be careful to use.a heavy outside of the newly purchased area
was undeveloped but there was shop Monday from the Mlckter Kalll. R. P. Hopkins. Harry Ange,
most prized powers. paper and a laundry-marking pencil or something Dr. J. D. Workman public
considerable citrus land and beef building to the Parshley building Ottls Brown and Oene Smith.W .
And there can be little doubt that this right that won't blur if wet. next door to the Dreamland Theatre health officer, announced this
cattle perhaps one
pasturage
was essential in the days when the unions were The best system Is to use another box Inside dairy farm too. 8 Bozeman of Live Oak, week that the polio vaccine Is now
available from the family physician -
weak and struggling, and wages and working con- the outside box, packed tightly, so that it does not And 30.000 acres of land U student at Florida Southern has well the local health

ditions in many cases were Inexcusably poor, move around. If these instructions are followed, I quite a patch even by cattle and Lee Byrd has contracted to sell been listed In "Who's Who In'' department as for as children to the
up
But times change. parcel will citrus standards. Think of It this the property known as the Ethel American Colleges and Univer
your probobly make someone happy at I allot IS and to pregnant women. I
Hotel to M. Stein for $11.800. the sities" it was announced today
Today the unions are enormously powerful. Christmas. ,If not, the effort and expense might way; it's roughly 50 square miles
transfer to be made the first day
economlo and have been in covers an area which makesup River Jamboree
Labor has made extraordinary social vain. I The Suwannee -
more than 2 per cent of the of January. Mrs. McCall. of the A total of 1.520 hogs sold at the
win of
Its
gains. -Lake Wales NewsDon't total land In the two counties of Suwannee Hotel now holds a auction Wednesday at Fletcher'sLITTLE begin fourth year
And the strike, or the threat of a strike, Is operation here Saturday with a
Orange and Osceola Is, as smatter
now frequently used in an effort to take over functions Like UsA of fact one-fifth the size MAN-BIG NOISE celebration afternoon and to mark evening the schedule event. An of

and to make decisions which clearly belong of all o( Union County In North
dramatic example of communistic togetherness events has been planned by officials

to management Is the "month of hatred" for the United States Florida. t of the show In cooperation
In one of his recent columns, David Lawrence observed by the Viet Cong And it's in the heart of Floi I i with the Suwannee County

said: Ida's rIchest citrus land. An area 'Chamber of Commerce to make
It Is nothing new, of course, for the Viet Cong mUht
to which largest
our crop
"Certainly a legal redefinition and limitationof the day 'notewa'Uly..JmmJ' ,
to have less than warm affection for Americans.But have expanded.The .
the right to strike is long overdue. The right .
to strike for hither wages is unquestioned. But to this is an organized countrywide effort, designed day/will come when FlorIda -i Tedder,)13'. 'son of tiff.
to put more vim vigor and vitality into could use every precious foot and Mrs. Cecil Tedder died at his
permit organized labor to enforce through strikes .
Yankee available for farm production.It
hating.
home on Striven Street on Thursday
an alleged right to tell management how to run its
seems to me that agriculture
The occasion for the campaign is the first anniversary after an extended illness.
business and what machinery it may or may not of the execution of a Salgno electricianwho and tourism are quite compatible,
use Is to break down the whole private enterprise co-existing slde-by-slde. As a
Branford High's annual homecoming -
merely tried to kill U. S. Defense Secretary ,
system If business disintegrates, tax revenues Robert McNomara matter of fact tourism benefits was a big success last
during inspection tour of
an
will fall sharply while deficits multiply and inflation South Viet Nam. from the proximity of agriculture oNs Friday, attended by the largest
qualities
The Inherently scenic
ensues. The cancer can be eradicated, but crowd In history to see Branford
It's hard to talk peace to people who organize of farmland are. In themselves 70.
it will take courage, and a surgical operation on beat Newberry
to hate Americans as Americans organize for an suet to tourism Industry .
labor laws to do it." Certainly there Is. today room
the United Appeal.
Okalooaa News.Journal-Crestvlew in the Sunshine State for both Love Or LarkOn
Perhaps as fitting a response as any to the
tourism and agriculture. So. welcome early Halloween English
month of hatred by the Viet Cong is for Americans
lads frolicked mischievously, but
Mr Disney, You'll make a
Diamond For Ike to observe a month of prayer for the characterswho fine neighbor! Scotch lassies behaved sentimentally -

lie doesn't look much older than he did the thought up the hate campaign. At midnight the girls treated -

day he left the White House does Dwight Eisenhower '- Can anyone deny that they need Itf Athletes should eat the same across plowed fields dropping

-Cocoa Tribune good variety of foods as an average hemp seed and reciting these

maybe even younger, I person might eat only a word: "Hemp seed I sow, who win
It's hard to believe that it was 10 years ago whole lot more of It. my husband be. let him com and

that he was Jolted by a heart attack that had the Get Clocks In Line That Is one of the more Interesting / mow." Then each looked over her

country nervously wondering if he could recover, Senator George Smathers has suggested to points made in a pamth 0tHfJmJt tort shoulder hoping to behold her

and finish his term as president.Not Governor Burns that he consider promoting statewide let "Nutrition and Physical Pit future mate.

only did he do that, he went on to win daylight saving time. But, wait a minute, we ness"" published by the National -

and serve a second term, weatherllng a major operation are still out of phase with the rest of the state out Dairy Council.

and a minor stroke along the way. here west of the Apalschicola. Our Central Stand- Th pamphlet Is an Interpretive
review of recent nutrition research -
Anyone who lasts through eight years in the ard Time Is an hour behind the rest of Florida,
and It deals with the relation -
most man-killing job In the world, especially if he which Is on Eastern Standard Time. Before goingto of what we eat to what we F40P EY.

went into it at the age of 83, as Ike did, with one statewide DST, we ought to have this anomaly do for exercise. ..

of the most brilliant military careers in American cleared uP.Senator. It says: "The principles of good I GOT THE<

history already behind him. could be expectedto Smathers noted that every form of nutrition for the athlete are the

have retired to a well-deserved life of absolute athletic activity would be vastly enhanced by DST; same as for all persons to rata

leisure retail merchants would benefit from additional daylight variety of foods meat milk RISE

But Ike at 75 Is as busy as he ever was shopping hours; driving would be safer; and eggs, cheese fish fruits, vegetables
cereals, breads eYfI'Jday
writing, traveling making speeches, advising party tourism would be stimulated and to maintain wight at the

heads and government officials, painting, puttering, These arguments could be used to promote desired level.

practicing as a gentleman farmer, enjoying his setting our clocks out here by E8T. That shouldbe The athlete's "higher energy

grandchildren. 110'. thriving done first expenditure" requires larger amounts '.

Ills third book of personal history "Waging MUton Pnss-Oasette of food "so he will reach or

maintain the body' weight he and
Peace" has been published to coincide with his

birthday. He has set himself the task of one more Self-righteous people often owe their reputations his coach consider will provide

volume. After that hell have to find something to the lack of temptations maximum efficiency for a given
sport".
else to do.The .
The report discounts the significance .
nation that loves him wishes Dwight Elsen The Suwannce Democrat of vitamin supplementsIn

hower most hearty congratulations on having surpassed ( the athlete's diet.

the traditional three-score and ten by a full OF LIVE OAK FLORIDA If this sounds like a plus so be

five and looks forward to repeating them every it Florida diversified farmers

year at this time for many more to come. 7n |A Heart of th* 5.Mwin.. Riser Y.u.,'"* grow an the raw materials that KEEP THAT SMILEI How? Put a good part of that
athlete (or else who ls
It Ike, that is can slow down long enough to an anyone
BANNER Consolidated LEADER: exceptionally active) can possibly\
raise In an insured Savings Account at the CommercialBank.
accept them.
Established 1114 August 2. 1807 Established: less require in giving his 110 per cent
Cocoa Tribune r.m..h>'d vwy Tbonday at Fine (Cam tint In competition.
It's a real pleasure to see your savings grow and

Louie C. Wadsworth .................. Publisher '

Well T. A, Leonard Jr. ............................ Editor Did you ever stop to think that grow.
Finally i of the many generations of pea
Clara S. Wadsworth ........ Associate Editor
It Is refreshing to read about somebody wrecking I ple who ever lived in the United

a Communist building in Indonesia for a change Walter Lee Olive .... Advertising Manager Stats, more than half of them are
George T. (Pete) Wright... Shop Foreman still alive today
A screaming mob angry over the recent Communist
And it takes mighty
attempt to overthrow the government sacked Second Class Postage Paid At Live Oak. Florida I some
productive farmers to sustain
the of the leftist Indonesia. Youth
headquarters SUBSCRIPTION Suwannee County 1400 then, too!
Pront In Jakats. It was from here that most anti- RATES: Outside Suwannee County M 00 .

American demonstration have been engineered in
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable to Advance
the past. No Mouse Here

White riots are a poor substitute for good citlsenshlp. There ls an essential difference COMMERCIAL BANK

It Is to be hoped that this one signals a MEMBER OP between a clock and a timepiece\ ... '

genuine and lasting disillusionment with the Communists Florida lYeae Association : ] A. timepiece la a machine which [ w OF LIVE
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on the part"of the Indonesia people not e I Indicates or records the time of
11m-ANNO COUNrTChamber day. A clock: Is a timepiece\ witha '
lust that, the rabble have run out ofAmerican, device added to bring about the LIVE OAK. FLORIDA
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT LIVE OAK, FLORIDA PACE THREEPastor's

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I I L Naaman ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON .r...... ....... Revival Scheduled----

I Corner At Wostwood Baptut
Revival services are scheduled
i '. by REV. EWELL JOHNSON at Westwood Baptist Church November -
.
8-14 Services will be held
PASTOR. WESTWOOD BAPTIST
CHURCH
each morning at 7 and each evening -
I y TENSION! RIGHT OR WRONG bered along with the adults who i at 7-SO.:
We are lambasted every day by wear tension's merit-badge, the Rev Clint Oakley pastor of
the harmonious wall of magni ulcer. Five times more men died I Sunset Heights Baptist Church in
fled multitude singing In concert from coronary causes during Hialeah, is evangelist Rev. Oak
"Take It easy". "*hoa now". World War U than did from the r ley has served churches in Ms na.
"You're killing yourself, "Slow war and many of these coronarieswere II '" t five Tennessee and in Indiana
down", "Take time out to live, caused by pathological ten. before coming to Florida.
This advice come from the pul- lion Hypertension has become as nNwm. Spiritual singing will be under
pit, the newspaper medical doctors common place in modern man's' i .- ,, r -- ...., the direction of Rev Ewell Johnson
.., hlfhlf ntffcttt, Syrian UdM willi fin* N..mq I.uEIItha NMiwm Mranta .wrwd DM Uuhmtt ft _
,
DM
radio commentators street- Mini fmdjr "" MM Choir selections and solos by
the
personality morning
as news- a-.1 L was from topm r. HMWlf *.. ntUM to *M Mmtmtf tut to aiMw'. wtll ... a... Uffwted. ..mil biitf itfta .1 NMIM.
corner prophets and beat selling paper :( roUKf l..ut..old .....**. seed I* km .. s.M MA.aal. .Onterul,11.._ ......rtokin latar Eliik tmllM "... vltk N... Rev. Johnson will be held each
books If life could be robbed of Mention the word tension, and u.. prapkM KU.k* M Mm him ate ( ..I.Uw Jordu Mm;U k*-'4lie ( .po. Cllak: *. w... nftiM UMM.41 .u*.. a._. .II Kliift I HUT.OOLDCN evening.
Its tension, our world would be galloping hosts canter down the ac..r. 1MI.u It In a.1.'. .........-II Kins: ( 1-... Kino 1.1a-la : TKXTi H krw. II *. The nursery opens at 7:1: pm I
rosy, they tell us. corridors of our minds altrtlng for children under four
The tragic truth is that while fears ranging from open heart of guilt u we continue in our est asset as long as we keep a bal man or the pressure of society and Earnest" J. Paulk .e
this promise Is largely untrue surgery to confinement in amen erroneous way. But there 1s not ance between our mind body and we will see our private world begin The Dixie Skeet Championships
multiplied thousands of Americans ta Institution We rush out and enough guilt to foster a change soul. We see the obstacle beforeus to fall into place like the On Caribbean Sub are fired annually\ In February
loin In making this chorus, Join the crowd that Is stampeding in our ways. and we call on the reserve to flood waters returning to the riv Quartermaster Third Clan at Winter Haven.
rise to such a voluminous crescendo to the nearest drug store Let's reassess our personality In surmount It. then we tighten up era bed If we continue to submitto Earnest J. Paulk. USN son of I
that It can be heard In every and add our offering to the quarter the light of scripture which says our muscular and neuro tonus the world's pressure, society's Mr, and Mrs. E, J, Paulk Jr. of
corner of our land.Misunderstanding of a billion dollars apent for "Know ye not that your body I* and exceed the obstacle. Once weget demands, and our own selfish d.. 1802 Fifth St. 8W, Live Oak recently DO YOU HAVE AN
the nature tranqulllsers In IM4, Or we trot the temple of the Holy Ohost". As safely to the other side the aims, we will be as useless as the returned to Charleston, Alcohol Problem?
and role of tension we hare from church to church clinic to 'such we have a responsibility to slack off begins. We simmer down flood stricken areas and our 8. CM after a dx-week deployment .
reared a family of Christians with clinic, couch to couch faith retain the tonus that makes our like a steam boiler being taken minds will be as mud-filled want- to the Caribbean aboard We now have in Live Oakan
an abject aversion to any kind of healer to filth healer and only 'I life a place where God can peacefully off the line and thus we avoid the lands But If we will wisely and the submarine USA Chlvo, AA Group ready to
tension. This has led them to become accomplish an aggravation of an dwell. Wo all have a delicately frustration of too much or too purposefully bee our will in the During the deployment Chive help you
mere spectators in Ood's already vexed nervous system. balanced metabolic pat. little But without the ability to will of God lose our lift in the operated out of the Naval bane at
fight against the forces of evil. I Prom the ball of fury and constant tern or life-force Imbedded In our build up the tension no worthy life of Oed. lose our trivial valuesIn Ouantanamo Bay Cuba, providing WRITEP.
They, Join together in a passive, motion comes the cry uttered make up which ls God given. act would ever be accomplished.Our lieu of Gods eternal ones we anti-submarine warfare train. O. Box 591,
let the other fellow do It attitude between feverish lunches of Through this divine endowmentwe problem Is to dine the can be harnessed by God to do a ant for destroyers of the US LIVE OAK
where the verbs "to go", "to tell", I fingernails, "I'd rather bum out are to accomplish Ood's mill goals of our life with the demandsof creditable work even u we harness Atlantic Fleet
"to witness", and "to win" are than rust out" His counterpart for our life. Such a self-nguist the gospel of Christ. Oct a set the rivers flow and transfer OR CONTACT YOUR
nonexistent. "Comfort )'e. com the tenslonless vegetable, the ing tenlson. intensified by periodic of Ood-glven values from the IU tension Into mountain moving control your Ood given tension Physician or Minietor
fort >t my people" has becomethe blob says steeply' and unconcernedly acceleration can be our great word of Ood not from the mind of work power God bless you at you and become a "kingdom man" f

byword of these tenslonless : "I'd rather rust out than
t vegetables who "sit at ease In bum out", Thus both make the
Zion" in the face of Ood's word ; mistake of placing too much emphasis I
which aye "Woe unto them on the extremes, and they
which are at ease in Zion, both suffer the mental and physical c
Let me hasten to add that there anguish of pathological ten-
I* a type of tension which U as sion. One because of constant
lethal a* the most violent pot on. motions wear and tear and the
This pathological tension that diverts other because of the guilt of his OFF
life from its main course inactivity.
win kill or main every Individual This rat-race of extreme In ,.
who gets Into Its throes. What which we live doeant show any
more no ace group Is Immune to 'signs of abating either Its demands -
IU devastating effects. Tear-old or its effect The answer 0I
babies and teenagers are num- Is not in the throttling back on I!
our society's speed but in gettingan
Intelligent sense of values A ON THE PURCHASE OF ONE
sense of values which gladly admits .
If you wer* born In that most things which push 1

November of an odd.. and pester assault and aggravatedo
not really matter Here we SIX BOTTLE CARTON OF COCA-COLA
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t your drivers license settling for secondary values, the ta .
desire and urgency for primary "
this month. values lessens with each passing '
day. While we rush pell mel ;" IN HALF QUARTS : !

Reece Brown along in helter skelter pursuit or : /i': .
trivia our world seethes and "II($ ,
in chaotic social unheaval ,
surges
COUNTY JUDGE of <, '!, .
Aware of this degraded sense 1: Jf
value, we experience a twinge !d p



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And Activities From Benjamin. Bouhvare Succeeds! -
'flIENR Bulldogs Lose At Starke 34-0
,
I CENTERBy I Claude Vice WIth Liberty NatIonal

The Suwannee Bulldogs were' powerful defense. Theron Baas Quarterback Donald Falcon pass-
ROT SULLIVAN. Director overpowered by the Starke Torwu] back into the lineup at halfing to End Joey Reese for a e yard Benjamin P. Boulware bu been associate: manager In Gainesville I s
nadoM at Starke last week 34-0 back and Lowell Avery and Hank TD. Falcon also kicked four( of named new district manager of The Boulwares who are Methodists

Construction of a reinforced urday la available. I with a light rain falling during McKeithen rounded out the back- five extra points for the nllht. the Liberty National We Incur have five sons. They are P
concrete outdoor basketball court most of the lame. field at fululback and halfback. Starke' other score wu a 23 Tommy, 20; twins. Ronald and vee I ;
will begin soon. Thanks go to the More than 100 enjoyed the Pullbrlaht Dwight Elder scored Quarterback Rod Bowdoin, in- yard spurt by Pullback Mickey ance office 1n Live Oak A nter- Donald. 18; Jay 11; and Wayne S

Live Oak Jaycees and John Saturday dance with the "Klni three touchdowns for the Torna- Jured In the Panama City game, Arner In the second quafter an of 17 years of service with the 8. a

Chambllss for donating funds for Beata". The "Dark Horsemen" does, one yarders In the first and may return home this week end Starke led 21-0 at halftime and company, Boulware will fill the Following the arrival of Mr \'

quality backboards to be installedon play this Saturday from 8 to 11 third quarter and a 811 yard end following a kidney operation In added 13 to win 340. management vacancy created br Boulware' family, a company c''
the court. p.m. No dance will be held on run 1n the fourth period as he the Bal County Memorial HoeThe Bulldogs have a free week the transfer of Claude W. Vice luncheon will be held for all district C

Lighting will not be available Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve Wla shifted to quarterback. pltal. end this week but Palatka comes Jr. who hu been appointed man' personnel and their wives U
but The Bulldogs quarterbacked The first score came following here Nov 12. alter of Liberty National' Orlando and a number of local citizens
In the near future the ur- leaving the dates open for private
face of the basketball court will reservations. again by Chip Harris, picked up a 'I4-yard march by Elder and I office. who are affiliated with company mnto

be tinted green to reduce glare I only three first downs against the Halfback RandY Joyner with (Renew Your Subscription) Boulware formerly served u business.- transactions -

during the day. Another football game for 5th of

If additional funds become and 8th grade youngsters will ty I ar.

available, posts and court sleeves played Saturday at 9:30: ajn. Last V For Sale Real Estate .. 1'nR: SALE tw
could be purchased for portable week's game ended with a 26-8 an

volleyball badminton nets to score FOR SALE New and used tel

be set up on the playing area. Plln..,.. PrIer Music Co.. NortL or
Materials arrangements were Girl Scout Leaders HORNE REALTY CORP. Ohio Ave., Live Oak 362-2188.

made thru Suwannee Block Com BRANCH OFFICE cajj U C
pany and Dale and Radford for Attend ConferenceLocal 310 W. Howard St. _
the construction. Walter Brorsen Olrl Scout leaders attended FOR RENT FOR SALE Poulan and Pioneer
will supervise the constructionand a two-day training confer. MISCELLANEOUS GEORGE B. DEES chain saws, parts and service "

city employees will assist. ence on leadership Monday and 2 OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT Associate Logging supplies, hooks clamps
Tusday of this week conduct FAQ MERE Suitable for a service business Phone 362-1688 bows, bars, and chains. Repairfor

A face-lifting at the Suwannee by Mrs. George C. Jones, field LITTLE ADS MONEY for your farm opera Apply Hollerbach's Corner, most small gasoline 'nl1nea.TJ're' T
High baseball diamond could. It advisor from Gainesville. Saw & Engine Service,
tions at reasonable coat. Terms Branford Road Live Oak. 3-Bedroom Frame Home
Is hoped qualify Live Oak as a Those participating were Mrs I BIG RESULTS to fit your needs. Loans up to pdjj 21-25 Good Size Lot formerly Electric Service Co., (
site for district high school tourn- W. R. Kane, Brownie leader; Mrs 7 years. Call North Florida Production House In Oood Condition ,903 5th St. Your small engine wtkl
aments In the future. Harvey W. Fleming, Mrs. Clyde BUT-SELL EXCHANGE Credit Assn. 8. Ohio I FOR RENT Spaces for mobile headquarters. cadj tf
Matt Cross, county engineer, Bryant, and Mrs Bill Burch, Ave.. Live Oak. Tel. 362-2388. homes. Plenty of room. Nice Oarage Dip
will $5,500. FOR SALK All sizes of tarpauUlns. .
Whatever the purpose. you e abe-tf
DaTa
completed a survey and layout of junior leaders: and Mrs. Clyde and clean. Good well water
do guaranteed not to leak.
Democrat classifieds
the diamond and Frank Brooklns Sandqulat, troop coordinator. find Lake for fishing and swimming
supervised the unloading of about I the Job quickly and well Morgan's Trailer Park. U. S. 90 Very Nice 3-Bedroom Home Oaths Brown Motors. cdjj tf wo

20 truckloads of clay-sand mix on Card Of ThanksWe I West, Live Oak, Fla. Phone Cement Block Hi Baths Construction FOR SALE Horses and ponies. se t
the skinned Infield area. ANY TYPE 362-2018. cabb tf At Stud: Montego'g Red Bird Br'
wish to thank the hospital 4 Lots
The old backstop Is coming staff and Dr. Dietrich, the many DEADLINE FOR INSERTION LJMEMORIAL ; FOR RENT A 2-bedroom 119,000 Some Terms Per. Reg. Appaloosa No. 18. prla
down In anticipation of a new 1827
Bay with white
on'
neighbors and friends for the expressions 5:09 P.M. Tuesdays apartment for rent. Call 382- spots
all-weather structure. of sympathy shown us WORK ; 2935 or 883-2743. cajj: tf 280 Acres loin and hips: Sire: Junto N

during the passing of our mother, About IVs Acres Tob. Allotment Bevtn A2HA P-23.154. Apple
Attendance at the women's eXercise Mrs. Mary Etta Griffin. LOW RATE FOR RESULTS I DONE Com Base Dee II: Dam: Pavo F-58. Miss .tari.tn

classes Is dwindling, but For the words of comfort, flowers Sep cents per word with a WANTEDWANT Y. Mile Road FrontageOld Lulu. Fee 825 00 plus 5.00 per
they will continue thru November Granite Marble Bronze
week
: board. T. E. Oukrl.l.phone 8UIJ
visits, food, and cards, we are .lD1mum of 11.00. Dwelling In Fair Condition I
ILUse grateful to everyone. All classifieds mos be paid m Phone 362-3333 TO BUY Trained bird About 230 Acres Cleared 778-1432. pfgb 21-23 wekt

The Children advance.) LIVE OAKMONUMENT I Call Lake Terms-29% Down FOR SALE Like
of the Center In the past I' dogs. City 732-2017 Prlce133.500t new. large
two weeks by private gatheringshas CO. or Wellborn 983-2281. size oil circulating heater.. Heatsup toll

increased, with four birthday Status Symbols ONE WEEK FREE Homer Sanford, Rap. cdjj 22.25 to 1 rooms. Can 363-1885. loll

parties, two family reunions, and Sun helmets worn by United cajj tf ofM
Classifieds ordered for five TRAILER: OWNERS
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one girl scout meeting. States naval officers In the Pa.clflc'
weeks, the last week free. LOTS FOR SALE BUTLER BUILDINGS Butler t
run
Call the director If you would Palau Islands became status For Sale-Real Estate
$4.00 wlU pay for a SS word VISIT ANNIE'S: BEAUTY SHOP GOOD TERMS Priced $595 all metal panel frame buildingsand of
like to reserve a time to use the symbols after the Americansleft.
advertisement for fire weeks., Operators Annie H. Mills,, OUTSIDE: CITY hut close In) sheds. Call T. E. McCall tk
ample parking and Indoor gatherIng The chiefs forbade storekeepers
Use Snwannee Democrat Classifieds Mary Drew Boatrlght, Myrtle Branch OfficeSUWANNEE PAUL A. BYRD. Realtor 935-4202. Branford. Fla. RI'
space at the Center Anytime to sell them to com
for Proven Results Mills. Elaine Webb, and Manicurist 400 8. Ohio Ave. pdjj 24-28 au
except Friday evenings and Sat- moners. RIVER
Ruby Sanford. cajj tf, Live Oak. Florida bon
REALTY Phone 383-1389 USED CLOTHING-Army pants I
i 407 Dowling St. etf cats jackets Complete line of
Fr HELP WANTED e Let
lay
Farm Bureau Bldg. men's, women's, and children's
CAN'T SLEEP? Phone 383-1526 clothes Come In. browse around. w
WANTED AT ONCE Curb girt I NERVES JITTERY FARM FOR SALE 79 acres. Sale : .
Led Buccaneers In 26.13 WINSTON J. ROGERS. Realtor on all summer clothes
Cheney and kitchen help. If Interested I NEED TRANQUILIZING? Tiny, Specializing Farm A Acreage 3-bedroom house and barn I Phone 362-2155. FRM FEED:
apply In person Parker's Drive I Yellow DORMA-REST Capsulescan Sales and Loans Deep electric well. ft mile STORE.
pdjj 20-35
Win Over Keystone Heights IndiansHalfback In. US 129, Jasper Road. I help you sleep better south of Buckeye mill. Small 1 I FV
cajj tf down payment the FOR SALE Hurricane lily
rest be
Keeps you relaxed Free from I FOR SALE 180 ft. 129 high can Ly-
tension. Millions have been sold arranged. W. E Parker. 504 E: I earls). yellow white, pink:, purple
Andy Cheney turned in a fine performancehomecoming WANTED Waitresses Apply at way frontage 200 ft. deep between
: San Pedro Ave Perry Fla : Watsonlas. ,gladiolus arts
25
tf caps.. 88 cents. Available aLIVE t new home North Florida\
at Dixie Grill. call
Keystone Heights as he scored three touchdowns and OAK DRUG CO. Phone 457-4383. pejd 25-29 daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, A
Production Credit and Julian's
ran two extra points, a total of 20 points in pacing: the CURB HOP and lady to work pfbe 21-25 I I Antiques. Main artery to I-10I anemone, ranunculas, amaryl-

Branford Buccaneers to a 26-13 win over the. Keystone fountain wanted.. 'Better than!I and 1-75. Road soon to be four Ua.Use Bed mix for planting bulbs I

Indians. average pay. Apply In personA laned. Julian E. Cro... Hardigreen to harden Ve'n
Cheney took the opening kick- other & W Drive In. cajj tf r YORKSHIRE certified meat type t cabc 25 WHY PAY RENT? shrubs for winter. FRM FEED-
yard tally and taT
off and ran 85 yards for a TO to ran end STORE. Phone 363-3155.
put the Duos out in front 6-0 as for the extra point and tied the LADIES boost your' Income. Sell I boars Ready for service. Call I LKT BOB WOLFE DESIGN pejd 30-24 Ir7
Tommye, Collins, 382-3140.
score 1313. Luzler Cosmetics. Call LucilleCourtoy I titer
Scarborough missed the try for
FARM TIMBER St FHA LOANS AND BUILD A HOME: TO SINGER
pejj 31-25 I eleetrte
extra point, but the Indians The Buns took the ball on the 793-8451 or write Box I sewing machine lilt
Indiana' 30 yard line 32-31 I AVAILABLE: BUTT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS!" in console cabinet. like new. 1tor
bounced right back with a 71 yard following an 294. Jasper, Fla. chjj
Por information, call or see: AND Sews forward and reverse. AH
out-of-bounds rtNAN
sustained drive to Danny punt In the final <.T3.
Hlnk, Gary Cooper score.and Stefan period of play and Lee moved It WANTED Part time choir din I IT PAYS TO SHOP PAUL A. BYRD attachments for making buttonholes I
to the 17 In two playa Cheney retcor needed by local church. Realtor tig-sagging and fancy 01 .
Broku
moved the ball to the Bob
Live Oak Co. 408 8. Ohio Ave Wolfe ContractorPhone
Phone 383-1801 382-1803. Drug stitch
designs
three yard line where Brokas then ran over tackle to the one or ; Fully guaranteed Itoo
scored over tackle and kicked the where Lee scored up the middle, pajj 25 The Prescription 8Ur." Live Phone Oak.383-1389 Florida 362-3253 Can be seen In your a.... by.live.

point himself putting the Buci out front 20-1) WANTED Maid to work 4 days I FOR THE BEST eU LIVE OAK. FLA. Make 8491 eight monthly paymentsof
or win discount for
following Cheney' the
run for
pro
The Indians took Miller's fumble per week Reference requested.Call .
extra point. CHANEL BLUE GRASS cbjj tf cash. Write: Credit Manager.
on their 47 and moved to the 382-1717. cajj tf
DANA 123 8. Clearwater ,
Gary Cooper fumbled Scarborough' AMBUSH. Tabu Road largo tee
one yard line in the second quarter THREE BEDROOM BRICK
CORDAY Fame, Timers Mot Florida.
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pgbh 23-26
kick Un
on the 20 yard line SALES AND SERVICE representative -
and Brokas again piled over PossessionS home 1H baths family room. FOR SALE: Commercial property
In the TD but missed the PAT and Cheney again scored, pickingup who lives In the Suwan- Escapade: Desert extra Urge kitchen, fenced with house and extra lot FOR SALE: 40 bu. wheat purt- the

and led the.Bucs.1J-8 at halftime the loose ball. Scarborough nee County area. Salary and Flower. Corn Silk patio, central air conditioning near shopping district Apply ty .. U. germ. 100. No weed rn
missed the kick and Branfordwon commission paid vacation hospital for
MATCHABELU Wind Song heating Good location carport, Vastle'a Beauty Shop, 383-3273 seed. Seed drying equipment
Lee, Miller, and Cheney moved 36-13. 7
and Insurance plan. Truck: CHANTIIAY SHOCKING
6 Jyards In the third quarter before The Buccaneers play Trentonat furnished. We train you. When FABEROE:-Tigress, Woodhue two large utility rooms. 382 cell U truck.complete.1 weed 1 heavy duty hand tarann.
3339 or 383-3708. pdjj 23-38 I dapper I', for
Cheney ran left end for a 0 I Homecoming Friday' night. applying ask for Mr. Chancy, Aphrodesla. Flambeau 1-row or cub tractor '
Firewood.
manager Singer Company 402 LANVIN-\rpe"., My Bin eta
Phone 383-M15. eels :34-21
ScandalREVLON'Intima"
N. Marlon St. Lake City Fla. FOR SALE: MUST SELLS tilt
ccbh 25-28 Aquamarine Two-bedroom home and 14 acres' FOR SALE Used tires aM I

JADE EAST: ENGLISH of land. 4H mi. from Live Oak on Bedroom Hi Bath tubes. Bargains for ears tracks ass
HOUSEWIVES: : AND MOTHERS LEATHER 007 'PUB' Highway SI. Ideal for small family Home on Liberty St tractors AQ sixes. available. dw
CHIPPEWA Part-time work amiable in CANOE BRUTWHITMAN that wants country living Large Shaded Borne like new. Hundreds to tool:
Lot
prestige business. Our nationally CANDY Priced to sell with easy terms. pick from. Bsrbers Service tilt
known organization Is Small down paymentand
Ready for occupancy. StatIon O-Brten. 91S-333S. rep
number one in Its field. It you American Greeting Cards Assume Low Monthly Also available through

have a pleasing personality and Amity Billfolds Two-bedroom CBS home in good Payment neighborhood service station your

best references, write to P. O Mallory Hearing. AidSatt.rt. neighborhood, large lot, a real buy PHONE from Barber's Tire Service hidE
BOOTS .
Box 1053, Gainesville. Fla. Interview .
With good terms Ready for occupancy. wholesale division. cadj tf
guaranteed cub 35 362.3582 EIT.
COMPLETE FOR SALE: International-

FOUNTAIN SERVICE: Three-bedroom home IVa baths. per C Faraan tractor with .

Business Opportunity Good location. Small down payment complete equipment, hydraulic T.F.

LIVE OAK monthly payments of 184 54 3-potnt fast hitches: Case DO 1
per month. Lot 75119). tractor: S ft Buahhog mower'
If you would like to become a part FOR SALE wheel type; 18 ft Dearborn 11

of the billion dollar feed Industry DRUG CO. Three-bedroom home, brick, two fertUKer spreader; 9 ft. Brfl- all
In the operation of your baths, hardwood floors carport DUE TO DIVORCE We have a bon Cuttlpaeker seeder: an Log
own business In Suwannee and Ph..* lettslHALL'S and garage. Oood location. Priced repossessed 85 model swing above equipment n excellent son

Hamilton Counties, we will con. lo sell 11.000 down. F-HA. FINANCING. needle Dtal-O-MatM Zlg Sag condition 6 ft tandem puD- p
alder your qualifications Man I Like new. Makes fancy stitches. trI barrow: S-blade John I:3e:
chosen should not be over 54 ELECTRIC: MOTOR makes buttonholes, sews on Deere tOler plow; 20 ft.. com toll.Lar
yean old and should hare had SHOP All makes of electric I buttons blind hems elevator
Call Today 312-13.. monograms : heavy duty trailer, 2-
business or selling experience. motors rewound or repaired. PAUL A. BYRD Realtor embroiders eta Guar wheel steel frame with SU'
Good car and small investment single or three phase. Pump tOt 8. Ohio Ave. anteed. Assume remaining' e body. CaD Branford 9)3-4346 edinc.

necessary Complete training motors a specialty. Phone 3633079. Uve Oak ".. payments of 98 00. Write Credit after 1 PA or an day Bator elm
provided by qualified company Mayo Road Live Oak. etf Manager, Box 789. Lake City e* day. Cart ZOZmaa. ; mile east V
representatives. If you want all Pdjj 23-39 phone in mornings or after < at of Route 347 ea Evergreen Bun

the details without obligation 7S3-3e03. patch 23-H Baptist Church road. IPft

write P. O. Box 1311 Tallahassee. edit 34 --P'
Pis 32301. ccjd 3J-25
SEWING MACHINES: POR SALE 2. tKaraiUn dmA
UNUSUAL I OPPORTUNITY i p y INS MODEL: CLEARANCE 5tL oriental runner matching 11 S
Large United States and Canadian We have seven INS round bobbin threw rug beautiful nag and lellr1a

Company In agricultural sewing machines left. These machine maroon Was R* ular price
field urgently requires representative are completely guaranteed' 8l7t reduced to $". 3 x 4 geneme .
in this county for Equipped to lie sag make button oriental rag. matching 3 x S Iy

Muscle Power built into these rugged Chippewa Crop Service Department. Applicant bate. etc. $23 ls total price WIn center rag. Beige and pink S'D

boots. Carefully designed to five youa must have recent agricultural accept older machine for part tones. wry fine. Regular price \

Tough and Waterproof boot made of only background and be payment Phone Orlando collect 300.. reduced to I'*'. Jonans

the finest, full grain oil tanned leathers.All la well full regarded time, or In can area.be handled Position Do It Yourself 25c Car Wash 423-3377_ Gifts and Antiques acre XI Qla

sizes and widths styles shown $21.99 at first along with your p..ntf&l'll1lN FRANCHISE e Sft-34

operation. Successful STOLEN
applicant can expect earnings Revolutionary new business with minimum management NOW AVAILABLE. at Mary Car wee.

between $100-1150 weekly with high profit opportunity with a secure future\ Ufa Paint Store, the LOOK BROWN FEMALE dog belongixwU .

,til excellent opportunity for early Is making $800 to $1,000 per month in comparable awning window n. 54-lrt. C P. Morgan picked BD or ---
........ advancement In this Write area. One franchise available In 81SM. An state available. 841Helvenstoa stolen from my place about ....
-.... ...... .......... ..... area. area St. eajj tf middle of October Would txet -
and ten me about yourself. Reply WM. A MASSEY -
have Information leading toMs > r
at once to: Vie President.Box PhoiM 834-227 P. O. Box 1333 FOR SALE: 16 gang and 30
SHOE DEPT. pet rn, Set James T dark
t 1105. Winter Garden. FUeajjh Winter Park Florida gauge shot guns and sheds It& 3 Bos in. Uve Oak.
23-37
Phone 343-3133
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I 30 DAY WEATHER OUTLOOKGeorgia i I __ Shrinfr At Circus J Funeral Notices I'I

Coastal Plain Experiment Station

TIFTON, GEORGIA JULY 31, 1965 t

\ The Thirty Dar AirfcalUra minimum temperatures. will average R. P. Byrd Eva E. Johns

Weather Outlook for the month between 44 and 52 degrees
of November for South Georgia, with early morning low temperatures R, P. Byrd 61, of Live Oak died Funeral service were held Friday .
Southeast Alabama and Northwest falling to 32 degrees or lower Tuesday morning at the Suwan- for Mrs. Eva Edna Johns, 71, q
Florida bsaed by the over inland area on one or two N nee County Hospital following along of Ft Lauderdale who died last
Weather Bnreaa Advisory. Acrl morning Illness. He WM a native of Tuesday after a short Ulnes She
cultaral Meteorologist Georgia RAINFALL during the next 30 I Dale County, Ala., and had lived moved to Ft. Lauderdale In 1914
Coastal PlaIn Experiment StaI days 1s expected to average between most of his life In Madison Coun from Suwannce County and was
I Uon. Titian Ga, Nov. I, 19(5. 1.50 and 3.00 Inches occurring ty. the widow of the late Joseph B.
I TEMPERATURES during the u shower on 4orS day I He moved to Live Oak five Johns, pioneer Broward County
month of November are expected with one or two period of general years ago a retired farmer. II* farmer and developer.She .
to average below normal over al rain*. WM a member of the first Baptist war a member of the Order .
I of the Trt-State agrlcultura SUNSHINE during November Is I/ Church of Live Oak. of the Eastern Star and the
area. Dally maximum temper expected to average about 80 per Funeral services will be held Oakland Park Methodist Church.
tuna should average between 8S cent of possible with one or two today (Thursday) In the chapel Survivors Include: three. daugh
and 73 degrees with afternoon period of extended cloudlne of T J BegM and Bonn Funeral lets Mrs. Edwin Haynle of Pompano *
temperature reaching 60 degrees SOIL TEMPERATURES!: during 1 1n Home In Madison with Rev. C.A. Beach Mrs George Lloyd
or higher on 2 or 3 days. Dally November are expected to continue Webb officiating Burial ,,11be\ of Oakland Park and Mrs. Betty
declining reaching mean In the Evergreen Cemetery InOreenIII. Ryder of Milton Manor: a son.
values under .4 Inches of bare soil .. Earl: T. Johns of Pompano Beach:
Cindy SheppardWins of between 55 and 63 degree by Survivor Include six sons, PaulA. and three' slaters, Mrs. Ruby Bailey .
the end of the month. Byrd of Live Oak Hubert H. of Live Oak, Mrs Ellen Law
Farm Bureau and Wilbur P. Byrd; of Jackson of Ft. Lauderdale and Mrs. Ida ,
ville. Rollin F Byrd of Leesburg. Santare of Oakland Park.
Hunters RemindedOf Robert R. Byrd of La colle, and Burial was In Pompano Beach \
Talent Contest Joseph E. Byrd of Warner-Rob Cemetery,
VjpiA bins. Oa.; one sister Mist Vicky: .
Cindy Sheppard won the Si Dove Season A Byrd of DMtevlUe. Ala.; 12 grandchildren More than 100 different kindsof
wannee County Farm Bureaus and 6 greal' -grandchll. fertilisers are used yearly alFtorua's
talent contest last Thursday with Halt Nov. 7 dren. Cypress Gardens.PUBLIC .
piano solos of "Northern roUt
Dance", and a selection from the .u.5555555....a.U I I H.U..u.a fl..............-.U...a.....
Tales of Hoffman. MUs Sheppard Hunters are reminded that
they have only a few more daysIn
won $23 for first prl .. TT

I, Brenda Second Crews prize and of 11)a $10 went third:0 first which phase to dove hunt eson.dove during The first the Shrine dab President BegtnaM Scott, left, and Secretary LaVoy BoggM Hank th. alroeUr .f AUCTION SALEOF

Rita Lande phase dove season close at sun the FBI Circa Aartaa Catani daring the performance here Saturday Th* Live Oak Shrine dab
prtse by
was won
. Both MUM Crews and Miss Lande down November 7. The second *"_red the circa and a eeJerfal ..,... Saturday tiara downtown U. Oak. Democrat I Staff Photo)
also played the piano. phase will open state-wide at
FARM MACHINERY
noon. November 20 and continuefor
at The Clayland monthly School meeting with was about held 80 sixteen day of hunting. Th Carter EvangelistAt Con fTvalIon Hoard :

attendance. A covered dish second' season closes at sundownon Lake ChurchRev To Meet
In December I. City TomorrowThe Monday, Nov. 8, beginning at 10:00 A.M. ;

I supper President wu served.J. R Sluder gave flu Hunting season for resident Pomeroy Carter, superintendent monthly meeting of the I

welcome and a short talk. A qua game bird and animal opens of the Advent Christian I. Board of Supervisor for the 8u Already connlirned a good line of Farmalta,
one-half hour before sunrise November Home In Dowling Park U evangelist < warn River Boll and Water
I tet composed of J. R. Sludrr Ford, Ferguftonti, and Rome John Deere Also
U. In the Pint Second. this week at the Second I Conservation District will be held
Mrs. Oil Lawton and Mr and about 300 piece of equipment
I Mrs. Ralph Mowley sang a couple Fourth and Fifth Conservation\ Advent Christian Church of Laki at 3 PJW. Friday at the County "
of songs after which the talent Districts and one week later on City.The Agricultural Building according If you have tractor and equipment to sell .
find contest was held. November 20. In the Third District. revival service are held al I to J. Dan Ross board chairman. bring them In and Hell them the Auction Way
7:30: pm. during the week am) Two newly elected supervisors,
Walter the talent Roberts contest.wu Those In chatsof patlelpattng The hunting season for rails will end at 11.a... Sunday. Cugen McCall and J. C. Copeland We carry a full line of New Harrow, Rotary

were Brenda Crew and galllnules closes at sundown were elected to flU the ,a. Cutter, .4 Wheel, Wagons with bodies, and Lime :
Rita Landen, Cindy Sheppard. November i.. The season: for migratory Howling, Park ChurchTo candles created when T. J. Fletcher Spreader at a low price See us before you buy,
and Scar duck, geese and coot fir, and Elmer Owen did not
Susan Cordle Carolyn
,
opens at noon. November 24. Hold Revival seek rt-elecUon. > >
, borough. W, B. Th Church ol f The I "Don't b Uk Future Auction Sale Dates Are
1 Judge for the event were Wfi. According to Copeland. Deeding Park meeting open to the pub- other women!
Game and God will hold revival next weel Ue. What do
, Leon J. OU1 8r. Mrs. Harold chairman. Fresh Water a you know about Bay
Wolfe and Douglas Cheney Fish Commission the early migratory beginning Sunday. Nov ,. other wams. December 13 April 11 '
dove hunting season ha Rev. Carr of Lake City U guMlevangelist. t
b Household Hint Odd Fad January 10, 1066 May 9
been slow In some area of the The services will *
Florida's State state. gin at 7:30: each evening. W *a mixing paint u** two Unable to pronounce th* name February M June IS
bucket, off two-third of of a Polish
Homecoming and dinner li 1 pour man they wr t* March 14COLQUITT
:
first can, mix rwulmUr thor call Into
scheduled for Sunday Nov. 14. a hearingurfiers In.
VeterinarianAssociation Card Of Thank mighty and return otter two- Walllngton. Kngland, court
May I take this. opportunity to thirds gradually, mixing u you wrote his name on a piece of
express: my sincere appreciation Feeder'Ic Sale 1'0011.... mixed stretch a paper and walked around the TRACTOR CO.
Head to the many friend for theta Th next graded feeder pig sail I plc ot .,IOft.stocking. aoroa. court walling room showing It
card, letter flower, Malta, and will be held November I. at 4 pat rp. tile opining* to remove lump I, to people in an effort to local: Moult,.., Georgia Phone 985.5044 =

Veterinarian Dr. Clarence and L. Campbell.director of State'the especially for the prayers during the Suwannee County Livestock M you pour back and forla. XO UUw IVsjrbyaswcakl ,.n....?.....n,........,.....,..a u....n..a..,............ n
my confinement In the J. ILUt Market -- ,- -
Florida Department of Agricultuns Miller Health Center In Oalne. Farmers who hare pic consigned .
dlyllon.of animal -Mas vtlle, and since returning home. to this sal should bring
'
try. ha been elected president of Tour thoughtfulneaa will always their pig to the market between
the U. 8.. Livestock. Sanitary AsaoctaUon. ,I be remembered by me and my 7 and 12 ajo, Friday. Need Some Good Economical TransportationSEE
family\ I also wish to titan .
He replace Dr. John W Saf James B. Daniels and staff for Total value of all !land and
ford. Montana State Veterinarian their excellent Mrvtee. building on farm In Florida U THESE VALUES AT
Dr. Campbell said the purpose
Bin Owen more than 14 billion, an average
of the association U to study live ,
Paid Notice) of nearly '''.000 per farm.
stock diseases and milk and meat

hygene problems: and to develop .........a n....55........................u...........n.....Z I
livestock eradication and control 1 THE FORD PLACE

program
FAYE'S FLOWERS
"There are it standing committee \ .
-- f
presently working on various -
livestock 4IIfoa...." he said. "It &II HAS BEEN SELECTED Station I964Spyder 1964 Ford 4-Dr.
I their responsibility to recommend AS A MEMBER OF Wagon
eradication and control:.", n. RUPFIl CIIAJUiKI)_ 4 IN GAL 600 4 DR. PKDAN: /
for these dlaeaa" IM23CI 1958 4-1)1. CHKV.RUNS .
TilE rl/OIl. HOOK I'lUCK V-8 POWER ATKKHINO
The association's membership FTD GOOD .LOOKS HAD "1685.00_ YOUR WICK FACTORY AIR COND.
1s composed of regulatory. official
and representatives of the livestock $195.00 $1395.00 $1795.00
Industry from throughout Flor ta' Transworld Delivery Association ,

the Dr.world.Campbell said one of the : a world-wide flowera-by-wlre organization -1962 Buick LcSabre '. A GOOD
1963 Chev. 4Dr.
association primary objective : rOft TOr* FLORAL NUN CALLFAYE'S ; Wag. USED) K1

during the nett months win .. 4 DR V.8 AUTO.
to i FLOWERS AUTO. TRANS. AIR COND. TRANS. .
promote wider participation mare NEW ENGINE_ NKW I'AINT AIR. CONI ]
organisation activities bJ 1962 Ford /i Ton
representative of the livestock! i J. ROBERT and FAYE CASON % A REAL RUT $1495.00

Industry. : tout Howard .1. raw. Ml-1144 $1795 00 8 CYL_ NKW PAINT
GOOD
: UVK OAK. FLORIDA T1HKH

Ebenezer AME ................................................................ -- --- --- --.-- Impala 2Dr. Hd. Top $995.00


To 1961 Ford 4-Dr. Wagon V.8-.AUTO TRANS. -- .-- _
Hold
Love JEEP 1963 MODEL
>
V.8. AUTO.TRANS AIR COND.POWER 1964 /2 Ton

M 9 PA&Croute. AT $1695 00
Feast Friday LONG VII CUSTOM CABS
$795.00 -- w 6 NKW TIKHS: HEATER(
Umbers of the Ebenrarr AUK .. r :
Church .. 1963 Falcon 2-Dr. A 8TKAL AT
are wed attend a -----
Lore Feast Friday at ':11 PAL? tmC OAR FL09UOA mon ...-.11I A GOOD CAMPING A KSIIING $1495.00 .
according to Factor White. I A..... "* -CaOarv* tto-Ta* la.t.>J NICE.-.ECONOMICAL: ,
Funeral service win lie held' at i ......,.Fr4ds. See Office OB* tilt-***** SMIk : Wagon4Dr.VAUTOMATIC -8 ONLY $109500( '
1:39: pax for Mrs. Leila Martin ML...day Office Of*** Ititt-JCovi I:" 1963 I CMC V6LONG
following DM TRANSMISSION ._ .. .
_
Sunday service. Thetorcr. t..aa* 8M OffW 0.-* lili-..*.. I:MTHCTUtDAtntimr. -

at* both Sapper service win be, with administered assist VOTOnin 41rttrnvi $495.00Several 1962 Falcon 4-Dr. \VIIniO. TIRES

ante by Rev. Rufus EBoU and .. ONLY
- = -
vwuag minister*. AUTOMATIC TRANSHLQ ION
BOTD
Infant bapUm wffl be !held 1964 Wagons $1195.00

Sunday Ho*. 21. following th $795.00 __._ _._ _. -
sermon Tnoa having babies to b* CENGHIS KAHN AI.IWIF YOU NF.KIJ A .
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1962 Ford StuAT
baptised are aaaed to notify the : GOOD USED STATION WAGON
earth clrrk. CAaTOOMIA ]1962 Corvair
TIIK RIGHT PRICE_
NEW
PAINTGKKAT '
A talnMcr" singmg contest I*
scheduled for Nor IT at t.JO Tn '1". NOYUICZ: S SEE US ROUGH HUT A GOOD BUY

pm .,. _. BUY AT $295.00 $995.00
=--
HEY THERE ITS YOGI BEAR
STOMACH..wyena.of 04t...MeMt'". 1964 Buick SpecialAUTO.


DUE TO EXCESS ULCERS ACID Fetter* K.. 1- AUTO. .-..4- >OOJC SEE OUR BACK LINE-

APACHE COLD JTONE..ONLY!
QUICK Bllicr Off NO COST
1958 To I960 deJ.-AIJ Mike.

.wA.'I:::: CABTOO' $1495.00 Priced Fran $99.00 to $399.00

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SIX SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY,.NOVEMBER 4, 1965


WEEKLY LIVESTOCK REPORTOF II Train In Wiring Social Security Medicare Kits T. J. Haynes' Hogs Subscriptions

I THE Win At TallahasseeT.

Suwanncc Valley Livestock MarketTrading m.. tv' ai Mailed By Now To BeneficiariesWorking well.In J.swine Haynes show of competition O'Brien did at I Suwannee Democrat

the North Florida Fair In Talla.. Lifted below are new subscrtptlons '
since September 1, Eight out of ten aged persons hassee Wednesday Oct. 27. and subscriptions renewedto .
active sold follows: 180-210 Ibs $22 ,
moderately as
was Social Security headquarters In will be reached through the mass Haynes had the Junior cham the Suwannee Democrat from
at the 85 210-240 Ibs.. $2305; 240-270
with demand fair to good ; Baltimore has completed the mailing he noted. About one- pion gilt and boar, senior cham October 22 to October 29. ,
Market Ibs., $2230 160-180 Ibs., $2253;
Suwannee Valley Livestock ; i mailing of Medicare Informationkits third of those who will not breached pion sow and boar, and grand NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
140-160 Ibs., $2225 120-140 Ibs
for the week ending Wednesday ; to all of the 19 ft million this way are receiving champion sow and boar among Senator L. P. Gibson. Perry
Oct. 27. Cattle and calves $2235; 100-120 Ibs.. $2225.: 80- persons 83 and over on the Social old-age assistance payments and competition with about 500 hogs. Lamar Jenkins, Rt. 1., OO. .
sold totaled 416, up from the 100 Ibs. $22. Security and railroad retirement will hear directly from their local Earlier, Haynes' prize animals D. Burnham. Vero Beach
Most sows 180-400 Ibs, $19.75120.50 -
previous week's 295. benefit rolls. welfare agencies George L. Burnham Wellborn
had swept the field in the Open
to 400-700 Ibs. $1825-119.
Slaughter heifers were steady ; all Social Security Another third still working Baas Lake
By now elderly are Swine Show at the Suwannee Studio. City
strong with cows weak to $1 low- 25; boars, $10. or railroad retirement full time and will need to file County Fair.Defends W. L. Parrlih. Orlando I
Few lots U. S. No. 1 feeder pies
er. Calves In the slaughter class beneficiaries in Suwannee County Social Security applications. Agnes M. Spragins, West Tar- I
under 75 Ibs, $2925-138 U. S.
were steady to $1 lower. Steers ; should have received their kits The enrollment period for those mouth Mass.SUBSCRIPTIONS. I
No. 2 and 3, 50-135 lbs., $2450- With StingerThe
and bulls were few. ,
and the enclosed application for who will be 65 or over before the RENEWEDMrs.
Feeder stacker steers were $2850; few lots medium under medical Insurance closes March 31, scorpion uses Its poisonous .
the supplementary -, end of the year Winston Rogers L. O.
weak, in spots f 150 lower, while 75 lb.., 823.50824.25.Migilty -. part of Medicare, R. B. 1988. stinger both to defend Itself and L. E. Carver. Rt.. O'BrienW.
heifers were steady to 50 cents u Airman Billie W. Neely. ton Donaldson Social Security district Everyone who Is 85 or will be deliver a lethal Jab to Insect prey. O. Craft Jr.. Mayo
higher. Feeder stocker cows were Little I of Mr. and Mr* Rufus M. manager, stated. by January 1, 1966, must return The poison causes a painful Alfred T. Alrth. L. O.
few. Calves over 250 Ibs. were Wheat a primeval cereal crop,I Neeley of Rt. 4, Uve Oak hat Many other older persons the medical Insurance enrollmentcard wound In man but generally has Mrs. Worth Clark Rt.. L. O
steady, spots $1 higher, while Is generally credited with suggesting been selected for training at those not on the Social Securityor by that date whether received no serious effect. Mrs. Arthur H. Gould. St. Pet-
those 100-250 Ibs. were steady to a name for the basis unit of I Sheppard AFB, Tex, as an Air railroad retirement benefit in the mall or picked up at ersburg
50 cents lower. weight currently recognized In the. Force communications wiring rolls have already been In a Social Security office, If he a Social Security representathc Randolph Mal L. O.
Fully three-fourths of the supply United States and Great Britain.In I ipecUllit. touch with the Social Security wants full protection when the pay a visit to them at home J. Robert Odom. BranfordW.
was cleared to feeder-stocker [ these two countries the smal' The airman, a graduate of office In take City, he reported. program goes Into effect July 1, The branch office Is located at 8. Ware Branford
accounts while slightly over one- lest unit of weight Is a grain; Its Snwannee High School, recently But many others still need to take 1966. 1751 West U. 8. 90 In the Gateway Mrs. Susie Carroll. L. O.
half the total were calves. likely origin is the weight of a'' completed baste training at I action to protect their Medicare For the housebound the office Center Lake City. The phone T. E. Musgrove. Rt.. L. O.
Slaughter cattle sold!! as follows: grain of wheat. Lackland AFB Tex. rights. will make arrangements to have number Is 752-6063. 1. A. Townsend IlL L. O.
Steers: one standard $18.25; -
few cutter, $12-$1450.
Heifers: few good $20.75-*21-
75: standard, $16-11925; utility
$12-11550; cutter, $11-$12.
Cows: utility, $1350-11625;
cutter, $11-11450; canner, $7-111
Bulls: few utility, $17; canner
and cutter, $10-$14.110. I
Calves: few choice $2125- .
21.75; good, $17-$19; standard,
$16-$17.75; utility, $13-$1675
Feeder stocker cattle sold as IE'i M
follows:
Steers: one choice, $1950; good,
$18-$19; standard, $1450-11850; a
utility $13-116; Inferior $10-$14 -
Heifers: good $15-$1625;
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standard. $14.50-$15; utility $10_
75-H450; Inferior, $10-$1050
Cows: utility and low-standard
$925.$10.50-$12.75; inferior, $5.50-

Calves: choice, $17.50-122; .
good, $17-12025; standard, $17-
$20; utility, $1350-$1750; InferIor .
$10-$14,25.
Hogs totaled 813 down slightly
from 889 the previous week
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1965 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, UVE OAK, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN'


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE all III** Oowrk A. M. M tk. tltk4ay mill ...1.....
Protect Plants Against Cold THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or -A..f.: IMS, at whlcktlm Tk* ..t..* of Ik* ash. .. U ..talllI.1I(
o0 FLORIDA IN AND 1'r. SUWAN vllt ko publiclyapn4 tftl. to Ik.. followlm. ......11.*. bad
TEC a NEE COUNTY.L CHANCERY and rood ...... far ,lie fallow"SHELTER tn tk* Plaintiff, to u./ till oo4 toronMiT
Trees And On TO QUIET TITLE tlooHi thorofrom. a* aot forth InMM
Dogwood Strippers CRRISTCCN TIG IJ. WITH IENCHES to to O- ..>oln an4 rMtrohi van
CENTJ riaiatiff built aoor4lnv to ,I... an4 ._".* or .::* from MMrtlnc any rlinUJtut
.. ; .CJvtd ($ ... ...... ..allo.l. at th. allies .1 Ik. *. Inwrnt. ololm" or 4m4. In or toMM
Common Ground In The Fall LONNIE JOHNSON. *t alDofonmnt MUWOOOM CnuntT EaclnMr at Ik* land, ond *rry part or paroltkoronf "
. 'tfIni V"ES _s(()NfT arthotiM In Ll.* Oak. FlorMa.Tk .... from proonatlor or attomptlnt -
I NOTICE TO DEFEND .kM. will to for tw. .holt. .... .. prmM.t. any salt !. .* .. c koo IN THE NAYS: OrTHE both Moilrnotod .* Ik* C_,' **.. *r aetlon at law to okuht pooo..oo*
dancers have
" In fall dogwood trees and strip-tease STATE ur tLORIDAt black. III Uv Ook.. ,...Id.. or for of tttl. I* Ik* folkrwlnv dMrlkW Mol
one thing in both quiver and shake and become TOt Eark o! tk* f.llo.'lnc ....* n- only *o. .".11.. oonotnictrd m Mid Mlal. hrlnr and Mine la Snwaoao1"
common :; L7( ........, wit.*. ....._.. rvoMontan4 ....... KMa shall k* a .lump sac County. PlorMa: lo-will
bare limbed. .. _Ml._ ar. .......". t.wltfLal ......, for In* ...p"'''' .,....... A Lot kwlnnlnt. at a ....... I** ,*..
ON CX* m: JohnMn i.I.7"o ..* or .....,..** aad a* What will "Doaik an4 II* foot Boot of Clip
Nature cool temperatures and breezes cause dog 1 Itxrotky M, W Wklto, to mod until ,... atrnttar .. North rr*.r of Slash. 4* and ran
woods to fthed. s EAU e If all.. *.4 It ..*... ..11 of tkolr .". .........** ..* fully _...,. and Root lit ,..,. IkonM. Booth II*
- --- -- 3.DOVER knew. ...***, 100'.*. 4...lo**, I.I. ...* ft paymMt lor moiortolo, fool. Ikon** WMt U* lust ."....
But with dancer It U a different .. wtm YME 101 1f *... Creditor*. aooMoMr aaontn C-oof and MulpmMt farnlokod: Ik* N.... II* foot to tk. point of k*.
because dancing tent end d l p. .. Mrtk..MI.tne' RuwanaM c..., Kntloror I flnnltit said 11 klr>t mor par
story hand = : aal..t Ib.m .:J N. kid roMlod slur Ik. tin.. and llralarly, irnko4 *o tk. Ka: >t Half'
seasonal So depend on dogwood Usually this Involves putting a t. all ,.!,... ....... ..., .. sea Cats ipMlflo4 will ... ..*....*.*.. Tk. of tel I, of Slash' 4*, .or4ln I *
herald > hil-. 1t tk* \lads. MPeIa d.. Hoard of Ooaaly c-.I........ ...... the Now City. Hip of tins gab,
cold weather. or
to I blanket around the plant nlbtilitkrautk i .... rikl .. rjMl are an4 all bids toaoMpt PlorMat. 1 Ala I.... t end *, Slash
But don't worry about dogwood supplying neat Plants are covered Yw mid sick .f pace .. front/. that ports af a kid for ...* 14. Ll>* Oak. SWilon. II. Town.hlp
...tuskIb.l all U yule k.. k**.. ........ or laat pails of a kid. for I Switk. II..... II Ea.i.
or dancer,, because both are to stow down the rate at which 1 / .'ircuikt ulm to. hp. l'hrl.lws Tltfi.Ik Ice ....... **. to wal*. fusmNlII. Tk. nan* ., Iko Cmrt In wkkk ..'*
quite cold hardy the heat already In the plant 1 II UNRAKED LEAVES FORM I. (:,...It ('.-t ., Ik. Third Jplb. sad .. .-......u.! ... word lhsIM loll has kMn ....11'..*.. I. Ik. Ctrtultort
A HEAVY MAT WHICH WilL >!.! Ort.H *f rtnHd In end tw art In tk.* toot .hitorvot of .......- ('.. of Ik. Third' Jv4lhtl Clronll/ oforflo
But If you do worry the dancer lost by radiation won"*. CouKtr. FbrdM ltd vs. sr. Coast.. Fturlil. 1.1etoH: MntalnlnikMa In end t..Mann..* Oonnty.
On a still clear night In winter HINDER GROWTH OF GRASS ....., ........... ........ asd rgllle.ed cast to okwrly. _.... o* .". ..t. FlorM. sad Ik. ....>r...lol.4 ,".. ..
while
will prefer mink coats tender Into by ..... ........... ......... ... to file roar wHtta .._. or d.C. .- ..... ""10 FOR SHELTER. OPEN NO- MM ro.M I.. ('.10.1... Moiikor y.....
plant like polnsettlas. coleus. heat 1s radiated space ....* .. Ik. Complain fll..4 bomb VKMBkR: I*. I*!*", Plalnllff ... ,...... M. ....... Mol.Ikow .
soil and plants Their temperatures ...' yoa la ..- mis.. In nfflr SlUNKDlIJ.VAUGHN, Tva(. ao4 ...,..... R.... Do.rn4onla. .
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or croton will keep quite warmf :: .,. .
RAKE LEAVES AROUND Ik* Clork of tlro.lt *rt, bend A. SEMIONICfctrk
wrapped In leu expeiuive used fU If they reach the I for Suwannoa Connty. PIvrMa, ._ .. Ik.. Board Of Wit....a c, hash a* Clash of the
COMPOST PILE SHOULD) BE: WELL SHRUBBERY TO SERVEPAdtEOSTIR000ASIONAUY
freezing point or below front Ik* CoartkoaM In U.* Ook, ..., Case C..ml..ks.nII. Clronll. Carl and Mal of Mid Cart In
burlap bag ) ) AS MULCH-PREVENT a fir Ik* III 4y of N.rebsP, ... 1.1. Ook SawaaoM Coooly rhirMa.Ikl .
U dectre tore-bought plant forms on boards straw bare A. D. "jii an4 Mr*. a ropy of aaMwrr 1. Mtk 4y. of uo,....... A. D. IMS.tAVAUGHM .
you ground and even on plant leans. -A GUARD KEEPS LEAVEIW, .ty PLANT DAMAGE .... .. 4ofoaM Mn W., Ro4nllTor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE llEALI
protector. *, try the assortment of be wen ANIMALS OUT RI.uiMr. Mr PI.bMe. P. 0. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or A. IKSSIONRChirk
The temperature may Rat a., LI.. (oat, r'h.rMs' se is. FLORIDA IN AND PUN SUWAN' of Ctroi.lt Court
market *
lastic coven on the above S3 degrees but the leaf MM dot. .. .*...1.*. .ky tk* taw NEE COON IN CHANffRT ........ e....." Florida
'hey vary from do-it-yourself of Iko Slaw of Florid. It pus fall M GILL TO QUIET TITLE se's,
may still have frost If It I II losing 4 0 .. 4Mr pro MnfM will to on. HANKER: TOUNU.Plshditl .
pwets to special plastic bags with best rapidly by radistloa way to produce more heat than guarding against cold Injury Is to ...*. *...1..., yo. for tk. rollof.. 4oma4r4 CRISELLK NOTICE
farm water mist sprayer Inside. smoke plant only those trees and shrubs In MM Mmplalnl.Tko I will) sal ko rMponiikl. 10 for .ay .....
In this ease the frost damage U of : n.I l ..rr4 ....... .I.B4 ky .. _.
aatar MM Mil" la 4..Isll.hCltl. ii _. YOttNO. MATTHEW M ,
Almost any type of material to mostly mechanical That Is, sharp The first line of defense In that are completely hardy In your I. ,lie ,.1........ 4M.rl4 ..,l. InIk vu'YOUMU and NEA RICE RUSH.Pofondaolo .,.... Chas myMlf aftor M....', Or.
over( plants win help you fight form Inside locality, This doesn't mean that "* Plaintiff, to avlot till a4 I* Comoro ..... II, .....
sided Ice Crystals that rkndo Ihrrofrom, a. MI fortk. Inor NOTICE TO DEFEND JIMMY ROIIa10NI'
your back-yard cold war. These the leaves and tender plant stems a you should not (row tender sail" ...pla.t. ...jel. .... _,,,,,. pa IN THR: NAME OP ...
Include wood. cloth paper Span plants, but such plants should .. atrllnc any rlvkl.tit STATIC: OP FI-ORIOAi
lea pine straw palmetto puncture cell walls of plant tissue be the framework of the ... .r..t".I:: or ... .4. In arI Tilt THE ...10 af .... f.11..... ........ 0. IN THE COURT OP THE COUNTY
mou. causing death to that portion not gsr MM land*. ... .*ory part or Peru' ,......,.. wkOM. arldml. _hl._ COUNTY' ,
'arts or any other materials ann den. .......,. s.fee.. prooornilna' r r al* ar* .....-. ..-...I PLOIIIIA.UWANt4It! IN PROBATE
of the plant. ..plop N pruusly .., all lot reel.. VWI.r M. Yo.o*. Maltkow Tar* IN RRi: Rital* of
_bit in the neighborhood The second Une of defense
If cold air drifting down from I, *r ...lee at .low to ...1ft _...._ an4 MlrlM. R.ok M a11ra ood If4M4. WILLIAM AVE.T .
Sarth Is also valuable whenMfiklng below against cold Injury Is to have of till to Ik.* '0110.'"* 4oMrlbo4 Mat Mtk *' lklr rah, ewe iponMakolr ....
citrus trees from Yankeeland Is already ...., I .r al b..s I. .._._ *. 4..UMO WOIMO. orodltora, All CrMUton *.4 ....... rash,.
young frwsing. It quickly absorbs the plant tissue u fully mature as 3nly, Florida towlttUta .._....., ...1... oad I* all ponoaiar Clolmo. or Dinna4a A._. Pall EoUMi
a freese But with the 100 per the ornamentals and possible when fretting temperatures 4. I. e. 1. '. *. 11. ood ....... .....1.., .ky. ,........ aa4or Yon M4. sash of y.. ail koroky. ..,t-
:rat valuation of real estate, the heat from II. Soak. ... Tsv..1 Rrafor4 .. ...,.., thorn a4. to all parMl"ln fW4 ood rtilro4 to proooot any .labs:
Is likely to kill the less hardy occur Tko nam* af tk.. Cmrt hi wktek sill. .1.1..r as? Iu.r' ad 4o* a4a wOn. ro or oil.kor of
ttighbors will prefer that you use If you cm find &. sure-fire way salt .... ..... otltnt4 I* Ih* Olrrnnor "ko'lindt: koroln 4Mrlko4iYon Isa. nay kar* aaalnit Ik* Mtato *fVllllant
soil plants to the ground ('.. of lie Third Judlrlol.. Clrralt ., sad ..... of ,... ... korokrotlflo4 AM4oMMo4. hilo of Mid
your own We natives call this a hard to produce dormancy In plants PlorMa. In sad for Sawaono* ('......,. that a all. In Mlly kao kooa Cwialy t. Ik* Case ,.... .. ...
If you cover shrub with plastic while Chamber of Com I ahead of every frees, then shoutIt PlrrMa ... Ik. .."....,... IHIo laMM .......... aiolail, ,o* kr ('.'",., MookorYO .. Coootr FhwMa" at kla *fflr*
jags, be sure to set them free freer from the rooftop because It will MUM lol, ('II...... Tl>>.. riolnlltf. '.. In Ik* Clrralt fart of Ik* thIrd Is Ik* sari IMBM: of MM Coooly atLrr
soften the term Cs. l..ianl Joknoon. .!, 0.'... .
merce employees : *t <4oooWriMM J.dlrUI' amass t of Florida In sad for Ook Flortdo, wlikln all sal" >4ofMoalk
khortly after 'Ole Sol melts the cold wave", be the discovery of the centuryfor toy bal a* (..... of .... dr. II.......* c".." FlnrM, aad ,oa ar* from Ik* Ihoo W Ik.* flrat pakUolHHi j
Yost Otherwise a prized cms ,to "unusual I gardeners pall Carl sal Soal I of oM Cvnrt Inh7 .....". inmmod. ......*. oo4 rolrod .. of lilt noil**, Tea .O..|.. ..
Covering plants during a hard : 11.1. : t. fll* your wrltlon ..... .. dofoniM sari. lalm .. 4omn4 shall. ko In writ..
'Itti"IAVAUOHNA :
mental may be stewed In Its own effective unless S3 lltk 4oy"a7"tMk.r'"Arb. ; I. '10. Mmplalot flM.. ....... .*, a4 shall iialo Ik* oloM of MU
nice Inside this collector of sun freese Is not very (PEAL >.* In said sash In lha. aTfto. of Ik. dears 14 Peal offlr .. .. of Ik'*
you can prevent the ley wind Ships Accommodated PKMIONRriork : Clark ., Ika tlronli O.nH. la aad far lalmaol. o..d ...11 k* awr laky lb.ulalcal ..
ays. contact with the I ol Clronll Co.HSowannM NvwaanM Coanly Florida, al I ho CourtHOBM Ikorr. ...... .. attomoy sal
Frost has no terrors In gardens from coming In Five ships and 1000 passengersat Caanty, Florid. In U.. Itak, For/d..s' rr kofor *.....Mahi4 ky a flllm fM of .*. 4..l> or
plant. a time can be accommodatedat ...n Ik. Illh lap of t4ar..Mp. A D ll.lan4 .. ood snob. .1..". ar .....*. not Mtll4
of well-adapted plants say University night a ... :_+. Mrva a oopy of sail. Asa..r *r !>.. shall k* * of Florida horticulturists During a cold windy Dodge Island a $20 million ,..... apo W... Randall' Sloaihlor" Al. ADRnrNNV
light,bulb under an airtight coyer port built at Miami from aw.l.oonc.tt CALL rOil BID lom.y for '' /// Sa.II Aim:
But during the sudden cold wave the SMW4. ills. vlll k* rMl4 k* Ik.Ror4 ** Ook FwrMa,f..r.u'.r:. MM EMMA MOBflFTA
following prolonged may give a small plant and more than four mil .. tciioly romml..l.Mi.rt of is.was. 41* a* ..*..,.*. ky tk. .law. of Ik. I ........ of .... l.... Will
a warm perl same protection as I greenhouM lion cubic yards of sand pumped ('....,. Fl-PM.. N N. Marlapit. 11. of FlorMa. If van fill la 4* ... a sad TMiantonl ., Wllllaat Ao.
od some plants need a helping beIIf'd to warm .. .f ..sIlsl N .10. Pa"ss sICsaslp 4rro pr. **afM** .111" oatr Jaaal ...-..
Oil heaters can from Biscayne Bay (00"..... Is U. 0.1. ".... *>l yon....for Ik* rllf 4ma4o4 In II.I*
covered by giant
larger plants

sis sheets of builder's plastic

f 7Dto 05tiJe On an Icy night heat Is vital l I II

and not smoke In spite of a popular t

misconception So. It ls a I 'I.t

666 waste of time burning a pile of e rrr

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I Now have two radio-dispatched, oxygen-

equipped ambulances on call twenty- ----

four hours each day in both Live Oak NUMIH, NASIlac. -'A youngs -
*.e .s a call at the MUoo -

and Branford. '* tint totem pole Ul...

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PAGE EIGHT SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER,
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GRAND JURY CATTLEMEN COMMISSIONERSContinued A Trayful Of BeveragesIt's

(Continued From Face 1)) (Continued From Page 1)) ( From Pac 1) Election Return

sired the Extension Service would
pistol slaying of James Rivers, nee County cattlemen.

also Negro, In Live Oak on June Howes urges all cattlemen to acquire title to the property at The (Cranberries. VNomCIAL BET11BNS FOR NOVEMBER I ELECI'ION

18. attend both the barbeque sup the Swine Evaluation Center. The SUWANNEE COUNTY PRECINCTS

per at 7:30: p.m., and to hear thi Board took the matter under advisement -
Bvie Qua Cannon la charged and agreed to advise
Information about cattle feeding
with manslaughter, to be tried the state of their decision. ly LIKE DENHOFP /
operation. G
It is alleged : HERB: with a tray cocktail chilled
November 22. Cannon, a No action was taken on a letter we are
left a truck parked on U. S requesting that the county pur- filled with colorful flavorsome I cans ((8 oa each) i

O'Brien the night of colonles healthful beverages with cranberry ftngerale, chilled ..
129 near There are about 5558.000 chase several voting machines .1 a .. a a

June 18, causing the death of of bees in the United State from a county In Georgia. juice as a prune ingredient Combine all Ingredients la a

Mrs Margie Allen and Mrs. today, according to the New England The commissioners agreed to To do right by the welght-I punch bowL Add ice and serve: PRECINCTS i ; if if i

Clara Bell Allen in a car wreck. Crop Reporting Service. pay $25,000, which was matchedby watching company, use low with a garnish of lemon slices.and i =

Jimmy Carl Peel of Chipley $29.000 In state funds, for the calorie cranberry Juice. Makes about Sft quarts

pleaded guilty to a manslaughter ConFletWorth Building and cat CRANBERRY PINEAPPLE Is a nice party beverage. I h h i b Ii U

charge causing the traffic deathof Other indictments from the tle barn at the Coliseum site, as PUNCII TEA-BERBY PUNCH !

Mrs. Eva Bush on U. 8. 90 .Orand Jury Include a breaking provided for in the budget. 2 cranberry Juice
4 c. Ocean Spray cranberry quarts agst
March 12. Peel was sentenced to and entering charge to L, C Suwannee County's Fair Association cocktail chilled cocktail for &Cst. for apt. for agst for for Mat
juice City Hall (5 28 f8 23 U 21 U 31 38
five probation. Varnes for an October 10 actionat 38
borrowed the
years had mon- 4 c. pineapple Juice, chilled 3 e. strong, freshly
George P. Milton and Billy Otis the Big Oak Drive In. ey and was deeded the land on 1 bottle ((1 pint 13 oz.) brewed tea FIre Station U2 28 127 28' 121 21 121 72 .5 100

Scott also pleaded guilty at their John Henderson is charged which the building la located in grapefruit-lemon soda 34 e. lemon Juice Liberty Heights 43 28 n 27 42 24 fO 44 32 48

arraignment on the charge of with grand larceny for auto theft order to qualify for state match- chilled 1 c. sugar Courthouse 71 38 89 30 68 28 87 II 85 10

breaking and entering. They received and worthless checks during Oc ing funds The building will now Orange Ice cube 2 pkf. ((10 os. each) sliced Woman' Club .5 U 53 41 89 35 117 1111 fl 60Suwannee
tober. Station 22 21 20 11 25 15 13 35 30 20
five years probation.Two be deeded to the county. Combine fruit and soda. strawberries, thawed
juices
Jury trials in Circuit Court Fred Shoemaker Is charged The county engineer was authorized Add. cubes to glasses and serve. Combine all Ingredients and Union 111 22 12 18 15 11 12 3f II 25
condemnation with stealing $500 from Eugene Orange a IS 4 14 S 11 8 11 8 13
Monday Involving to work with Fair Association This makes about 12 stir until sugar U completely
suits by the State Road Department Xenos January 9. officials to develop a cups.To dissolved. Chill until ready to Dow11n. Park III 11 15 11 I' 15 7 21 14 23

her against! H. S, Privett James Carlton Edwards was indicted planned parking arrangement at make the orange ice serve. Pour into punch bowl Claland 11 31 12 34 11 33 I U 11 IT

and Walter E. Turman resultedIn for two counts of car theft, the Coliseum site cubes, pour orange juice Into over ice. Padlock a 12 10 II 8 7 4 11 1 If

directed verdicts in favor of occurring August 7. Guy Hamilton of the Suwan- ice cube trays and freeze until To do it up right garnish Wellborn fO 29 35 21 31 2' 35 47 41 32

the Road Department. Aggravated assault was charged nee River Development Authority firm. The flavorful cubes add with orange slices. If you desire Leona a IS 4 10 7 II 7 IT 10 15

Coy Kelley, charged with breaking to Howard Lee Williams. It Is alleged discussed with the Board ways much to fruit drinks heat the punch and serve McAlpin 1 23 10 21 12 11 9 30 II 24Pnemowat

and entering the home of that Williams attacked Ear- to attract visitors to several CRANBERRYFRtJIT piping hotnice on a coollsh 14 20 15 11 13 20 12 28 I 28

Annie M. Langford on March 5. lene Tillman with a knife on springs which the county has PUNCH evening. Kirkland 29 25 27' 24 28 23 32 21 IT 43

1961, had his trial set for No- June 13.Clarence. leased along the river. He suggested 4 c. cranberry juice The recipe U for 21 servings. LuravUIe 13 30 13 27 IS 211 13 21 23 II

vember 10 Roy Wimberly was in- that the commissionersplan O'Brien 25 28 24 22 211 1. S1 31 38 22

Other arraignments on forgery llcted on counts of aggravated to provide matching funds DECISIONContinued Household HintTo Hickory Sink a If 4 15 4 15 5 IT 7 15IIIldreth

charges brought guilty pleas from assault and resisting arrest on the with the Authority for Improving ( From Pace 1) scratches a If a 12 a 11 11 15 10 13
when he cover on ma Branford f8 &I fO 51 U 60 31 1011 31
Roosevelt Phllmore. Jimmy Rob- night of February 20. the properties. Treasurer Broward Williams, furniture them II
hog-any paint '
erson, and Jack McElveen. They allegedly attacked Highway Pa- B. W. (Bully) Helvenston III makes the final decision on location with iodine until the proper Nebo 14 15 18 13 10 11 15 IT 13 }S
trolman J. C. Wright. Rocky Sink 14 27 13 28 IS 28 12 2t 13 28
were all sentenced to five years discussed with the Board the of the schools. shad U reached then dry and

probation and ordered to make Emmltt Clark Is charged with feasibility of acquiring liability One of the stipulations on the polish TOTALS 8M 1111 818 128 834 f8T 1185 83. 1198 711Iaaral T

restitution grand larceny for stealing water- insurance at the county airport. school's location U that it be In a

Truman H. Albritton pleaded melons on June 26 from J. W. The Instructed
county engineer was -
county of at least 50,000 population claim. or 4_.... I. nr .. old. ....,JlUIt, EVA MATHIW CLA(.
guilty to a charge of illegal son1session Mott. to find out to what extent or that two counties Join In ...... sod arar* part or aoraal tkrraaf. > PER alao h.. ._ .. RVA MAVHCR
of a moonshine whiskey Two more grand larceny Indictment the county Is liable at the support of a school in their area. Public NoticesNOTICE I ... (ram nmaaanllni .. .,.." ,.. CLA8PFR. CLlrroaO MATHEW
returned. Neely B. .. nraaaanu a..r tail. In oaattr or action. MARION PARROT ...I.. known. ..
till and was given five years pro were recently-constructed facility. Hamilton County's school board at .lav to ...,... _....... of tltlo lo ourroRO MATHUE MARION
bation. Thomas H. Johnson and Brown allegedly stole 8250 from with Su tko ,.,...... 4aaarika4 reel oauto, l,lt>. PARROT sad MILOaED MAY.
L. July 23 1964, and tas agreed to cooperate ... Wins' In ....._ c...,. FlorMa.. MEW, ala. h_. na MILDRED:
Indicted'on M. Oooge ,
Drew W. Hicks are wannee County in the proposed OF SPECIAL ELECTION a-...1 MAYRUE gel. of ...... nla oa afraaM
the same charge and will be tried Alvin King is charged with a $500 .JUVENILESContinued location hero.Weather NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN tkaanrauant ...,. nt tka. nnrtkwaat ...... of .am aa4 niaJIInc ao4r.o anra
from Edwin L. Kent on to Article' III of ,lie PlorMa _,... II. T._..... I Bootk.Raaaa aknonmi, aa4 ail ...-. ......
November 29, as a result of not theft ( From Page 1)) Conatltatlon zed .,,'''ab''* '...... IS Ian nn4 ran than *>f nay -..... rubs tltlo or lator.oat .
guilty pleas. Nov. 30, 1964. chine In the school. travel far. A storm n apaetal *|M: Nat 1s.' Eaal. ..... ,.. nortk. kv or lion a'... tko rani nran-
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N.. of aid! Soatlon II. n .1. arty karola da.A5.d or aay part
All keys used in the school over New York State may have .. T. I.... to ......, tko ProooaltlonTh ., !*... foal In tko. rantorUna of oM. ,"- .
safe offUo of Connty SaoclaJ. Tan S kMDlatrlrt railroad ....., ....... ran Bontk DEPENDANTS. CtttTINCSl:
which were in the were tak- originated at sea off Japan. TraatoM akall. ... akollaka4. n4 "'17' W.., ..... .... _..... Ton ... koroky notKhM tkat I tro-
en, and recovered In the loot the tko dulls ., Mid Dlatrlrt T....... tit.14 fort In ,... ..... 1.CIaa. lino ., ....1.. .. .(nlot. thlo ... 1.. .. ......III
A Thought For TodayBy boys produced following their aato4 In tk* Board of PakU .Inatraatton. ..... of .... ow.. .. tkanro In Iko. Ctmlt Conrt fao Snwnnnoo Caw
ar- Wife Preservers .lal4la. tk* ( lsr of toiMproM4 n. Nartk II-If Waal ..... said a,. PlorMa. astir all ...... aMmtac
BRODY C. HARRIS rest. ky ArtUla sell af Ik.* PlorMaConatltntlon. nortk u.. lit fort tlNartk ..... i's rlckt.. tltlo. IntoroM .... or ;
McCallister said that had for approval. or rajortlon e.!.' Nat alone. said. salt 5I..Iq. tko, fallowing oMarlrxM tMlranorty .
they ky. tko n.aliffa4' ...... ......1.. I. S*. lino lea fort, ,...... ran Nan altnato In a._._ 0...",.
"There Is so much bad in the best of us, and so much good in loves, glass cutters, and tape In ......* Co..'", PlorMa.MaM ll>lf will ...r. aaM. ...... HiII .. .. to-wHi
the worst of us, that it behooves none of us to talk about the rest their possession when arrested. ....,.. shall. W. ..,. al tk.* fan to tI.. Waat N.. nf aaBortlon IMR..t.ai'aa Woat .... d Balls.el. .
rrcalar. ,_.., rotlnf ,Ia... .., ... t5.. .. ... Nail t'l. TowMkl S noatk, aLal
of us. He recovered $81 from the older primary ... ....ral ...*,.... nm Whaa4 w.., nloai iko' aa4! vaat Uno.4laUnaa s Til tai Nortk of tko.c..L.
As a child I remember my Mother saying to me "If you can'tlay youth but the Juvenile akall .ko koM. katwaon tko koaraaf ., II*.II visa .. tile nor WMt .... af MM .-.. aa4 rrnnalna
anything nice about somebody, don't say anything at all. younger 'Yra" tee A. M. .'..... a>4 I** P. M. of ....1...... n.... na4 .... ano ; Nortk on > rtlan Una toNortkwoat I,
that I've lived while and'had an opportunity to see the said that he had none left. o'rlork.All. .. hail. nrro _orn nr .... to Colllor.aaM ram.t af aantkwaal
and now a Judge Reece Brown ...-.. .....1.* wHkln ...... ......... nrra Salad tkal. parS .-... nf MM. Siitlin, tkonM F..I1 I
damage done by vicious gossip I can really appreciate County / nM c..', ........ ... ..1 ka. ..ttallfla' of tko ...*. ooarrlkaal. .k>... .Iftal on ornlor ...... Mno to aontot .. ,
the wisdom of her advice. said that a hearing date will beset "-- for this ._... ._..., rf ..... anal nf Cast* Rod all ...... mIko ...... H. IkonM Ponik on orator
So much of what we hear about somebody 1s later this week. Both boys are ........ ar* *.*r tk* ... af ,waq_. Nonkoaat '|aartar af IkaNartkvaat Saatlan. kao. are ,.... ikon.. WMIaontk I
a it adds til pas an4 ..... na4a4SUt .. IM Qaarlor Haatlan I*. ,. s..r1.,. -.... .... sd ......
\ probably exaggerated and to repeat only being held In the county Jail. of PlorMa. far not .... Ikan ana Tawnakln S Sonlk. ...... II Ba.l.ronlalala. alone ears Sortlan Uno
further exaggeration Mark Twain once remarkedthat Deputies Curtis Harrell andCecil hide I lit par prior to Ik* dam W rrflatr*. .. Ill ..... _.. or .... 11* fat onVa WMI to nwlnl afkoolnnlno.
I. "A lie can travel around the world while the lion for ..... ....,.... aa4 akall ..... T... .... of tko Cart m ....... ail. an Waal _...., Unaof l
Bonds, and City Policemen To and ecMth.e on ......... ..".... SnwnanM c..,. Plar. aall. .... kaon. lnatHala4 la Ika. ClrrnttTonrt MM. Sortlon. ... art to Sortlan ...
aA trJhd.d. lacing up its boots anything Corbett Musgrove and Bo Hart block wrought Iron fumirura fill .... for a P.$.. ., not baa "'.. all of Iko. Tklr4 Ja4ltlal. Clr.aH. afriorMa. T_...... S tooth R..aa II EMI.aonUMtac .
tr about another person is sure to pass with wipe *N..ww. (II niontka. Vrlor t* Ik.. 4at* of rail*'. .. .In aa4 for ....._ C..I,. IS naraa. laoro or loaa.aa4 .
quickly from one to another. the less true. it is assisted In the investigation o ryn tratlon far MM. ....... ,_. ...h.. ......... aa4 ,... ......... o4 tltlo loaaM Iran nra =rl-a In fllo .115
faster it will be hi* In Sawaaaa Cat PlorMn. ia.. aanao Inl T. J. Halter ao4 wlfa.Catar tko Clark af raP sinks appars. -
ri the repeated. .Las .....'of_ r*lator4 .. n.Mllflo4hMlora C. Bailor, aa4 W, W. ... ., an4 ... sa.., 4fw a ".h.piad.,5s .
If we fill our minds and our time with con .. ....U not ... rMalr4 to roroylator > wtfa. ..... a. 1e.1e. ,. '1o.It'. ... I. ail pa sdl'. a 1h.. /1.p1./.{
struotlve thoughts and endeavors there will be for tkla apMlal alaatlon. Panaaoaln aa4 Ooarclo wind Co.f. -. on or kofo ... Ill. 55 d 0--
iii little opportunity and little room to clutter our ITS HERE! THE ALL NEW MF 150 Bard af (innly CmmlSnwaiiaro .;....... ..... al ." ........ Isis. sad Ikoranflor to) aoro n aony on
Crwatr.. PkirMny Wit.... mr .... M Clark: ., .... lao ntakuirra. n toaM>. .. Artknt Lowo.oaoo. .
head with such Inconsequential as the fallings CURTIS O. HUMPHRICI c...... Car ... Banl ot said. Cart. J.. P. 0. ... 14. Ll*. 0....
of other human beings BUSY MINDS don't have time to be Cknlroun. Urn 0.". ........ c...,. .......... : ........ -.... .. iko ...... .......
BUSY BODIES. The 8-plow row-cropper of the rugged new Mawey- ATTEST tkla. In4 4ar of Naaaoikor. A D, I Ml.LAVAUOHN I IHIa, or tataroai ... or .N.. noon, tkoakoro .
Modern. LAVA UGH" A. SEM1ONI. A: SESSIONS .4.nrtki4 nrooorty .....o4 ky
psychology points out that when we dwell on the faults 'Ferguson tractor breed In 4 front-end .itylea. Ei Of'.... Clark. Clark. .. Clraatt. c.... ran. Haroln fail not ot l..4. o>ont wr)
of others we are attaching them to ourselves. for personal benefits ..... a...._ c.." VSaW n* sisal s...... yon 1, oaf on N.
dwell on the constructive factors In all people. especially iEAU) WHnoM ., had sad .- af Ml4
yourself for every personal advantage talk needs with With new increased-capacity Advance Ferguson IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT By! Lillian Ka4tor4. D. C Conn al Law 0.". PWrMn Ibis Ir4 ..,
over your IN AND POa SUWANNEE COUNTY. .1-.. af N.._.... I....
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME, 625 S. Ohio Ave.. Live Oak, Florida FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. LAVAUOHW A. SESSIONSClork
Phone 363-1234. System new automated operating ease new IN RE It..... ofHATT1E NOTICE OP TRUSTEES AND MILLACI of ('...... OwnNOTKE
: E. PLATT. ELECTION FOR SPECIAL TAX ..__ c.." P1......
BRODY C. HARRIS beefed-up power new rugged toughness. Call .-..... SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. t.IUWANNE1 Ill of Nlar, SdfadIsus .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY, FLORIDA D.I.V Gw1
.... ... ... ....,. .,
All af H."" NOTICB: l> NtaERT OtvrN tkalIko
Licensed Funeral Director for a demonstration today I C.. Plait. ... nr* kartky aotlfMaa4 ktaanlnl. _........ of ...... Tru._
rannlr4 I In ill..! any aUln or 4o.of far Snorlnl T.. ....... Dlatrtrt ".. I. UNDER] PrCTITlOU
N.d..bkh 5.rsa.M.l said a....._ Conalf. ........ for ,... ....> Or TRADE NAME LAW
I auu M 15. df.a.5 a. s..lv J.d lion. of ......1 Trnaloaa far Saorml. TalBakool TO WHOM' IT MAT CONCERN:
SUWANNEE FUNERAL HOME Sawaanoo PlorMa. 'In tka Dlatrlrl ".. .. Snwannra c..- I NotMa la karoky visa has. tko a. I
ALLBRITTON BROS.TRACTOR al fi'tt.... PlarMa. wHklnall 1.. .......... ....u ko. oakjort to tko oot. .......... rnrananl Iko flurUaol
.sl. ........ ..,... front Iko .... afk ail at tko. kalloUn. no Iko oportolatortlao a. S./st, CS.paa" ...u. _
625 S. Ohio Avenue ,.. first ,.......,.... of tkla.. .....*. E*>klalni kaln* kaM 5.ep..il. akonak 11..tfk. ....... rMW .....- IPSI..55 to*.
or ..._.. niaal .W to wrlllntaa4 nf Traalaoa for I Taa Brkool' Dta.trlrl ..- will. tko Clark of tk.* ao.... fo.nan4
LIVE OAK FLORIDA CO. .... .... Ik. pin. .. ar ...- N. I sad Itnnafrr tk.* ...,.. of :- for Stowanno Gal'. PloaUa, I
zed pool-eN.... a..4ro.. of tk.* ......... old! T...__ ta.ilkir. ...... ,lie aovorlo .on riiatol of oroof of nnknantain ofatak
... ..., ko. aworn M 5, Iko. tlalmaalmi 'lory anaalol a5.l olalrtrl mlllara.M DIM _... ... ....... a..si
PHONE 362.1234 .. ...... UP bed. nttornay, a* M will.. Ika Boar4 at rakHr roatnarlkMt anaS rr.., a....... AaaMllaad.
215 W. 6TH ST. 302-2381 5..... ..... -'n. a. .... ... koM. on Ta.....,. Daoamkar f. l*.l.kotwaon .. vo mat ass to aa.nml. ,
M........ .. I.... Ika. .... otIAM. sad 1 ,... Wo opal t* M.1. n> km lam m
./ rRAHCES SPPRRINQa .'....... ,..... alooa ...... ko. Iko. rawlor rnml araoa roo4 M.A4n4n. narMn '
'HENRY DICEINSON nairaal aatra* abm .kom nrr W.aadd..LabM1..M..
.1 M. ,. KIRRYEaointrln mar* sad onoml .. ... aro Alolo. rWrkw hoes
an4 ,....._ af Ik* All ...,If... ....-* nra ....tWu la) aaaaIn TW oalant ot ownarakJ. I* anoUIrtABTHVB
..,... .of Haltla E. Hut' said Trnalaaa ......... ,_. .... .
: -.e. .._ nro to arooar an tko. ...u... aaaaa4Maloa A. UMTONOT
U Af Down with ..... far tko. nf.... at pall TaiSanool BILBV I III.
: dinky compacts Malrlal Ta.... rasa ka. nao t.nato4 BBkBriA a BBAimBY
_ : IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT Of THC ky ....... Iliad with tk. SorrlnionarM > bid tkla u.. 4nr at 0...... A. O.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of p ot PnkUo ln.lra.Oan af I....
rtMUDA. in AND rot SUWAN.NIK Baawaoo* ,... .*, ftaoMn. n* sap thno "Ann A. UNTOM
COUNTY IN cHANctarBIU. pas to tlftoan I Ilk 4aa araoa4o* OTIS RIUSTSESIXXA,
TO QVIIT TITLE .... dam at ail ......... alp. ao* T.-. arm a.-na'
T. 3. BAILKY aa4. .If.. KSTC tan ann .W a.>... from ape an* raafc Is 1/

fro. Up with man-sized C." TU..it: W. RAIIST :::-1: !' : .
( vtfa. BAILEY, ) ar -C: toIklo THE irjcvrr COURT or rton.to .
rtnMUUfa. .......- .... ,..... A, THIRD JUDICIAL ctc\ni7t*
... ,... SISal. ,.1..511 ka. rZotioUaora AND POR fVWANNtt COUNTf
CNSACOLA AND CKOBCIABAILBOAB for Iko. mania. loo Iii ranraoalaaa IN tHAMCTRV
mMPANY M nl Iko offWa ot *.orlal Tu Bck... To QOJIIY TITLE
IVfanoaala DIe_. Trnatao ta _.... ka Ika o. C STARLiwQwry kto wrM,
you NOTICE TO DirtNO .p..l .M0.. DA ITASOINO.josn .
,gants Dodge IN Till NAM Or A. .w ....,_ .... pa1.s. d ,... P1nIeIIff..
TUB ftTATK or rUtBJDAl Sawlnl Ta. a...... Matrlol ....... .... .''
... ri3f. TOt I. Cork of tko rotkrolo. MOM* Do.fanoanta. .... .no .... M a* tnonta a. "ad r. I T .. ...LNOTXS I''
104: wkoao ....- raoManlnn4 .a.hl Iko .llloMaoUflM .-- .IJ NW1.....
mi4aa.. ... ....... ..-...Ir. ...... .no tor tnaaa .* raja I TO DtPEND
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: aa ,...._ Kiln Baoalaoa.J TW K>oo4 of PMo. loatoMtaan ofraonaaoo ....-. JANr* NONTUONKRT:
I' Dart. W, ..,.... Wile A. Mils A. A. C...... ....... kon 4a...... Nt'NTia ao4 IM watnown annin.wkaoo
._.. Bnala ... KaarTa. Colon r). *v..| ..4 ,.... Ikal N |> s..sssap. M. nlaa af ml. i to J. TOTOMwaotyR.ato.kyi I
......_ W. Onoar K.....'. W. 0. ton ll.i Ua M W a".ad a pa1.5 THE .RtROfTIV '
\ .........,. Halkow. a_....'. Mart 1' .w M .s..a rntmrmt or NONE .11<.11. or
J. .......,. A. c. S.k ... rtntaaaaSolnk. Ma l5. .. "':..":' 'T.iI 0..., Tilt PREITTERIAN" CNlrWN nn t.TMVRM .
.. J. N. Wllaoo' .... A. .. WH.aon. for tko. ononlo two III ,.. aW aoMUkMO U. a.... |.l MARIETTA t
rWrloa Ptnon Annlo B. WU.aon will .W ....- M .>i4 oy. IT..IT. ATLANTA. CCORO1A. adib.
r>nwoa B- ....... Lao.aotaN law at5.111.5isI.s.4.. .. ,.pau. ...- a. V
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alamilno kr. tkiinik... TMimo AfoariAi. tnfjrr n* AND Tha aft1 d
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< a iSo .tenon kon In ....... ANISa w. 'Al..n .... .. piaMUUtW an.) awl at yon or* b..Sf a.
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.: ... M that n onN in oooMy kn* bas Gilt In ino Omni ConnOonalr.
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....rp ana) his. ..... aarnk o. BnUor. la MOTMTK TO MnJID ...Asp to 5.5.5 W M. d tile _
I tko Ctrralt Conn ot Iko TMr MMalCkann THE STATB or M. Xiio* a 15.. ....... r..l p.aat/
af F.i..50 rar BnoioaolConnw. TOl' FRANC. MATtlCW, aJM ta n> naHUNK I._ --- a..e. P1.aa
Still talking about tqoetnd-op compacts an these standard feature (hat Red to cost $9 com on and rise ip" with! Dartl Be I nn 11. ao4 ron nro lady ..T JV., AUO B410N. ) no* ....... k....f amrn lad
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M.NS..d..Mad sad ,a..d M MlCX-.IB H4.TMIW. aUo knovn aaMaOOIf lalain oa* of tkat .... Tn Do.too4 .
when you'd rather be doing! something about extra:Outside mirror Padded dattu\ Variabrt- expansive without being expensive, I filo ranr niHun aaanai or ... aaIko MARDI auol/. J HMMATBTBW la. Po.anHo 41 144. ao4 ywo seat
I aojjlnlni fllr4 karani noania* roa mmm, kooo* *a Uttr an / 4oaa aorro n *> w of roarranoa. 5.
them? Twn put your money where Dart 1st! lpeedelectrlcwindshleldwipenandwashm I !. ..... a... In tko afftoo a, tko Oarkat MATNfB. ABTKirB MATBIW, 1 Mr na-a A1RTM. SUJLtn
UU Dodge DmrtMOM too ConM Conr' ka aid for ..- .... kn.on na ABTBCB MAYBCE C LLv'IL namnia tor tlannTi.MWM .
At your Dodge Dealer's. Backup lights. Turn signals. Seat belts two nor Cooolr. rvnoj. al tko t.ankaaMn MISIAN B1TIIW. nlro k.o-. oaMIBIAN .bar to P O. Run 4, Laa. On*.
> IJro Omk nmon na nr karaao tko MATBTlL TOM MAY' P1-5.s.. nnJ .......... tkmnfWi. fit
Dart Unexpectedly big inside, long oubide. front and two rear. NSWd. b..b..AD.Is..adMe. RUE ... kai .*. 10)55 MAY.RUL 155 ..... 51 05. 0IIft00 eI 15.
A .. app d sail 5d.... MnZLL-UE UTUTOCICOaj c..ld.e.tlwsC.dS..51e.d ..
With Six or V8 power that drives out memoAJI1ii"es.. sensible and practical features DIVISION I C7 CHRYSLER sass ._ .....* ......_. A Horary PU.,. n ..p a.i-. sad ..... -s 5a.r. 5 ..... M
fAt IWTOM MMOMMM' ........ P. 0. Boo $15, Law 0.- wnknown. .... a. 1.... n. ... ... r-_ aM. ...ad .p.Aq p..
heel'dragging compacts. With come at no extra cost with each and every Dart .. .. ..
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s ] ]! D !! T which against of activity Homecoming will the be preparing Trenton played football Tiger November for the game annual 5. float competition.SENIORS CAREER ATTEND DAY 1'I {,


. of LIVE OAK Mb BaS Homecoming Queen On October M the seniors of :
will be crowned during the halftime Branford attended the annual
activities of the came. The Career Day meet which 1 Is orga-
ESTABLISHED 1884 LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1965 VOL. 81, NO. 25 queen la chosen on the basis of nlzed to help the senior of the
-- -- -I her popularity with the student schools In this area plan out their
of trade 7-13. Sixteen girls are future. College and technical
Woman's Society Heart Branford going out for the honor all of training school were represented
News
From Branford Automation Program which are seniors. They are a* well aa the armed force. and
Cathy Chandler Karen Collins, Junior college. An enoyable day
The Woman'* Society of Christian Personals Susan Duncan, Charlotte Fletcher. waa reported by all and we sincerely
&rvlce met last Monday Shirley Harrell. Patty Fletcher hope that all of the student
BY. MRS. SHIRLEY W. HATCH night at the home of Mr. O. Z. Mrs. Ramble Puryear spent !last Jane Koon, Bonnie Martin were helped In some way.
-- Jones In Branford week visiting her sisters, Mr, I Claudette Johnson. Carol Cannon
New Residents Ruccaneert linesIlonweoming Mr*. W. 8. Ware wa In chargeof Jack Quest of Callahan and Mr, Peggy Ware, Karen Roberta, Dnr DANCE
Carnival Termed the program, "Automation and T J. Kent of Jacksonville. lens Whttfleld. Sue Koon Voncllle The Student Council wishes to
Saturday Leisure". She war assisted by Mrs. Lois P. William, Accompanied Bikes and Betty Lee remind all of you about the
Honored Branferd High Homecoming Mr. H. W, Suggs. by Mr*. 8. Q. Phllpot ofBell During half time the young Homecoming dance which will be
ByWoman's festivities WO .kite. with a parade A Big Success At the close of the meeting Mr were business visitors In women who have been crowned held In the gymnasium Immediately
through downtown Bran- Jones served pumpkin pie and Qalneavllle Monday since 1055 will be Introduced following the game. Ticket
ClubThe The Branford School' annual hot. spiced: apple Juice to the following They will be old at the
feed Friday '&It<<1I..D. Th. Miss Elaine Griffin of "o.l Branford Bvecaneer will play Halloween Carnival held Saturday member: Mr. E. R. With State University spent several Betty Alice Session. Muriel San- cent and advance ticket can be
Branford Woman's Club the Trenton Tiger Friday at the school was termed a erall. Mr. Arthur Davis Mrs. days at home last week chef, Sharon Daniel, Lou Crlbbn, bought at school for 80 cent The t
war the setting Thursday night night. big success In every way. Festivities Marlon Parker Mrs. C. H. Fletch Mr. W, 8. Ware attended a Olenda Cranford. Sherry Scarborough Jolly Green will be playing the
for a covered dish upper honoring Highlighting 'the affair will got underway with a parade er. Mr. Wan, Mr. Suggs, and Spiritual Life Retreat of the Linda Oae Odom. Linda cool dancing sounds and we feel
husbands and new residents ke tile crowning ., Mica Branford downtown Saturday afternoon led MU Charlene.8U,1. I Florida Conference, Woman's. Society Hawkins, and Linda Walker, whr that a swinging time will be had
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of the Branford eommul tJ. III** School daring half by the Suwannee River Marching of Christian Service, at the will crown this year1 Homecoming by all.
Table were set up throughoutthe time .f the ball ,ame. Yang Band. Methodist Youth Camp In Lfe*- Queen A retention- will be held in the
large room where guests were ladles competing fr the crown Best costume winner were Nursing Council I burg. October 38-37, Two classes and organisations cafeteria for returning alumni. It
seated after being served buffet are Be...!. Marlin Betty Lee. Kenneth Lee Ann Griffin. Ann Hears Program have been using their Imaglna I* hoped that all of the grads
style. Arrangements of .seasonal VeneeUaj bytes, Claafette J.hn- Phllpot. and Joann Dempsey, lions to plan their floats which from BUS will attend both the
flower were placed at, vantage soon. Darirne Whit. ... SaaanDwncaa A variety show with all the The Suwannee County Horn I WMU bin tang HeldThe will be entered In competition reception and the dance.
point In the building.Mr Karen Roberta KarenCoffins. local talent waa held In the high Nursing Council met Friday In W JotV. of the First Baptist They have come up with such .
W. E. Smith was In charge Cathy Chandler.. Cant school gymnasium featuring 'The Live Oak with Jeff McKeltheupresiding. Church In Branford met thought provoking theme as*
I II II II If Ii Ii Ii of the program and Introduced --. Shirley Harrell. Charlotte Stumblln' Stone, "The Trojans" OuesU at the meeting Monday night, October 38. Mr. County Down to Victory"; "Pad. Hepltris Victim
Mrs. E. R. Wltheran who played Fletcher Fatty Fletcher.Frggy "Little Woman', and many other were John J Johnson and Mr Allen Price had the program on ry The Pussycat; "The Tiger Collector of spider have discovered
r several selection on the piano. Ware, Jane X.... and *. Warren. Proclaiming Through Woman's Last Stand;? Buccaneer' Lull.. an easy way of locating
Mr 8. U Townsend led the Bee X.... Following the business keittotiMrs. MlMlonary Society", b,'"; "Hold That Tiger"} Tiger specimen of certain varieties.
group In singing old-time favo-, A Ueeaecwnlng fence I* Some bird Prlscllla McLean Intrvlueod Those present were Mrs. Lawton De-Tail"; "Put A Tiger In Your Upon examination of the nests
make a thousand Van Davidson of the U. 8. PubicHealth !
rites. 1 planned after the taw In theeeheJ tripe to Sims, Mrs Thomu Fletcher, 1 Jraveyard": "Tiger Season OpensToday" of mud dauber, they often find
Mr. and or more gather materials Service, who presented thl"InteruUn Mr, Lewis Dell Mr. D. B Flet .
Ousts present were a........ for : and "Buccaneer A Oo paralysed sptden which are being f
Mr*. Oscar Martinet Mile Dana necessary a single nest, according program. chit Mr. A. O. Dorse. Mrs R.Q. Oo Beat 1111'11"W. stored u food torts Ian...
ButUrfleld. Mr. and MrGerald: : Branfonl Women At line. to Natural History Mag- The nest meeting will be held. Griffith. Mr. Price, and Miss wish all of the girt In The wasp I* probably wasp the spider'
Friday December
Hick Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers. 10. Duncan. I I competition for Mu BII9 much greatest single enemy
Mr. and Mr. John P. Lynch )Minitry Service
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== toWOM6N-= Jeff Bonds I Miss Joyce Elaine Motely McAlpin 4-H Club Redbud Circle Met

Reunion Held Reported On ShowsThe At Garden Center

The Jeff Bonds family reunionwas I r McAlpin Community .4-6 The Redbud Circle of the Live
held at the Recreation Center Club met Monday night In the Oak: Garden Club Inc. met last
Sunday October 31. Community Center with Martha Tuesday night at the Garden
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Connell presiding. The devotional Center with Mrs. Elmer BrownIng -
Jeff Bonds, Monroe and Betty,, was given by Phelton doff Fledges and Mrs. Tom Cannon as
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Bonds, An es to the American and 4-H flags hostesses.

CLARA S. WADSWORTH, Society Editor nette and Ernestine, Mr. and I were given by Jerry Ooff and, Thirteen members and two
Mrs. Johnnie Bonds and Rhonda.Mr. ,,, 1 Bruce Ooff. Lynn Prevatt led the guests, Mrs. Jack: White and Mrs
and Mrs Irvin Dees, Mr. and (, I It M singing. Kathryn Fleming were present

Mrs Hampton Church Voyles-Reed Mrs. A. A., Brim. Mrs. Nell Touch- Reports were given by the recent Mrs. Henry Dover and Mrs. Dean
ton, V V. Brim and Mr and ,, a livestock shows John Haas Lewis were introduced M new
Circle Hostess Monday Nuptial VowsMiss Mrs. George W. Dees, all of thl- on the barrow show: Bruce Ooff members.
Twenty-two members and vIsItors Sheila Carolyn Vovli's/ city. From Plant City Were Mr' ,aJa 1 1'l 1I 1a I t on the dairy show; Phelton Ootf, Mrs. C. A. Taylor read the
( of Circle One of the WSCS daughter of C. J. Voyles And the and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mr an heifer show; and Jerry Ooff on garden prayer and Mrs. Donald
of the First Methodist Church 'late' Mrs. Voyles, and James Mrs. W. L, Phillips and Donnt the steer show In Lake CU,). Burch program chairman presented -
met at the home of Mrs John Lawrence Reed son of Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Lonell Etaffoid. I A committee was appointed to Mrs. Faye Cason and Mr
Hampton Jr, on Pine Avenue Mrs E. W. Reed were united In I Ricky and Mark, Mr. and Mrs plan a Christmas party. Belle Wooley who gave a demonstration
Monday morning marriage Friday, October twenty- Ray Harned and Ricky, Carolyn Mrs. Fred lieu distributed using fruit and perman
Mrs. Clarence Ratliff assistedby ninth at eight o'clock in the Byrd, Mr and Mrs. Horace Phillips 4-H calendars made available by ent flowers In fall designs.
Mrs. Tom Cheek presented the evening at the home of Mrs/ Cindy and Kern Mr and the Suwannee Valley Tractor Co. Mrs Dan Harrell presided over
program. I Bloxam Bennett, sister of the Mrs P. H. Leath, Fay, Barbara and explained how they could be the business session. Mrs. Phil)
Plans were discussed for selling bride. The Rev. H. H. Brown officiated and Leroy, and Mr. and Mi i used In the 4-H work. Fred Haas Townsend Sr. was elected chairman -
fruit cakes and holding a rum at the ceremony. Rodney Carver Donald Cindy I gave out the record books. : replacing Mrs Donald
mage sale In the near future. Miss Oayle Brooklns served as and Tina. From Jacksonville Deliah Garrison was named Townsend.
Present were Mrs Joe Cundlff. maid of honor and the bride's I were Mr and Mrs Oerald Brown demonstration chairman for the Refreshments were served at
Mrs E. N.Butler. Mrs. 8. T. Bozeman only attendant. and Mike, Mr and Mrs William 1r year. the close of the meeting.
Mrs. Meta Slgel Mrs. C. R. James Robinson served the R. Dees Wanda and Susan From' Lynn Prevatt. recreation chairman .
Scott. Mrs. Jack White, Mrs. groom as best man. Lakeland were Mr. and Mrs. WIN led In several games.It .
Price Hlckman. Mrs. J D. Henry Following the ceremony a reception 11am 1". Thompson and children. a1r "P ..I ., was announced that the next Weary-Rowsey Wedding
Mrs. A. D. Ramls, Mrs. Aubrey was held In the home. From Pelham Oa. were Mr and .Ia meeting would be the first Monday Miss Daphnne Scott Weaor,
Fowler Mrs. L. M. Crews 8r, Both the bride and groom attended Mrs. Harry L., Palmer and Wes. In December and would bs daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Nell
Scott Weary, of VIllano.&. Penn..
Suwannee High School
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Mrs. Perry Holmes, Mrs. I held at the Community Center
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and will make' their home In fit ; became the bride of John James
Smith Mrs. Tom Cheek Mrs Lynn Prevatt. assisted by her
I Four Met Rowsey Jr., on September 4
Circle at
Jack Jones Mrs. Frank Futch Petersburg mother Mrs. V W Prevail
Sr, Mrs. E. W. Trussell Mrs. With Mrs. Brannon I served refreshments. the Arlington Forest Methodist
Church. Mr. Rowsey Is the
Clarence Ratliff, Mrs. Walter son c f
Brabham Pine Grove Club Mrs. Clyde Brannan was hostess Mr. and Mrs. Rowsey of Arlington
Mrs. Splvey
Johnson for Circle Four of the First Brownie Scouts Have Va.
and Mrs. Earl Walther. Met October 27 Presbyterian Church Monday The engagement of Miss Joyce Elaine Moseley to Freddie Rob .
Mrs Rowser Is the granddaughter
inson Is being announced this week. Halloween Party
Mrs. A. O. Corbett and Mrs. evening. of Mr. and Mrs. Je
Mrs. Bales Hostess For Katie Cannon were hostesses for Mrs. Lawrence Tyson, circle Miss Moseley Is the daughter of Mrs. Harry MoMlcy and the The Brownie Scouts met at the Hill Smith of this city
I the meeting of the Pine Drove chairman conducted the meeting late Mr. Moieley. Mr. Robinson Is the ton of Mrs. Lillian Davis Recreation Center on Thursday .
Sunday 'School ClassMrs. Homemakers Club on October 27. The program "A Church Filled and the late Fred Robinson.The October 28, at 1:30: pm. Leigh Ann Mills
Mrs. W. W Hunter presided With The Holy Spirit" was given wedding will be an event of December third at seven-- Following the business meeting
Vernon Bales was hostessto Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mills
of
Mrs Keen. a Halloween party was enjoyed.
Wade
the meeting. The devotional by
over thirty In the evening In the Rocky Sink Baptist Church.All .
the Gleaner's Sunday School Rail Oanie the birth
was given by Mrs. L. F. Williams. Mrs. Brannan served refresh Each member received a bag of announce of
I friend. and relatives/ Invited
to attend.
Class of the First Baptist Churchat are a daughter October
twenty-fifth
Officers elected for the coming ments to the 11 members present. Halloween candy.Attending .
her home. Monday evening were scout leader, The baby has been named
Mrs Ned Delegal.
with 11 members for the year were Scouts Make Plans For Christmas
present
Leigh Ann
Mills.
UrL Stanley Saunders Deborah
\ president; Mrs. L. 1". Williams, David) Leonard Howard)
,i covered dish supper and business vice president: Mrs. W. W. Hunter Olrl Scout Troop 417 met in parade. The troop decided to Allen Beverly Cheney, Terri The maternal grandparents are
meeting. secretary; Mrs. T.< P. Delegal, Mr and Mrs. At Howard of the Elks Lodge Monday with place a Christmas tree at the Cooper. Kim Fletcher, Debra Mr. and Mrs Troy Pain of Tallahassee
Mr. H. J. Evans gave the devotional treasurer; Mrs. Carrie Brinson, Paramount Calif, announce the Kathleen Hurst presiding. Bar. hospital and to take gifts to the Johnson Janet Moses Jeanie and the paternal grandparents .
followed with a prayerby birth of a son, David Leonard patients. It also decided to are Mr. and Mrs. R. p.
was
and Mr.. N., J. Nipper, Moses Darlene Nix Becky Pitt-
i reporter; bara Lord read the minutes of
,Howard October 37 at the Rio
Mrs. Floyd Eubanks. have a Christmas dance after man Patricia Robertson Vickie Mills of this city
council delegate
Mrs. Hester Smith, class president the Hondo Hospital Downey, Calif I the previous meeting. the carol alnglng Lynn L Rogers Teresa Blunder
Mrs. Delegal presented pro
presided over the business gram on the new bulletin issued I. ,, Plans were made for the girl Gail Keen served refreshments I Terri Lynn Skeen. Patti Taylor and Mrs. Judy Moses who was Inchal'le
meeting. Plans were made for a by the Suwannee County Extension (Renew Your Subscription) scout wagons In the homecoming after the meeting Cherrl Ann Wilcox Patty Wilson of the refreshments.
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Service "What to Wear,
to be announced later
Where and When".
Twelve members and three visitors I

i Circle Two Met were present.
During the /social hour refresh
With Mrs. Probmian ments were served.
Mrs. W. W Hunter will be the
Mrs. Norman Protsman was
November hostess.
hostess to Circle Two of the First U.
Presbyterian Church Monday ENRICHED.
with seven members present. Wiener Roast SlatedA

Mrs. Harold Oranberg. circle: wiener roast is to be held ,
chairman, presided over the meet Saturday night at 6 p,m. at Rose-
ing. miry Baptist Church it was announced
"A Church Filled With the this week.
I Holy .Spirit" was. given 'by M's. Regular services will be held
Yy_ C. R. Wadsworth, Mrs? H. J. Sunday at 11 am. and 7.00: pm.
Boyles Mrs. S. A. Williams and The Rev. W. H. dray is the
Mrs. Sadie Hester I church's pastor
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tn,19! !A UflhTICOmm = I Completes Basic I Pine Level I Supply Training Sets Huff Family

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home Friday night after spending J. F. Toole and son Jimmy tWii7
about 10 days with her parents visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew
news Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hub In Holmes Friday night. Live OakA
Earllngton. Pa. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes visited
Kalk came here with Mrs Andersto Mr. and Mrs. L. P Fortner new' family In Live Oak are
James W and Florence Huff and
spend a few days. Saturday night
BcachvilleWe Mrs. Harry Lepper and Robin I Mr. and Mrs. 1C. M. Moore were three children who moved tier
i visited Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes business visitors In Perry Tues recently from Kenova, W. Va.
awhile Monday afternoon. day. t Mrs Huff Ia retired after M
have been having some their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Artls Golden and Mr. and Mrs Carl Tressler mot. yean with the U. 8. Internal
chilly weather here but would be Mr. and Mrs Roger Clark. In I Mr and Mrs Edward Fore visited I ored over to Perry Sunday after Revenue Service, and James Huff
glad to get a good rain as it U Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. s Mr and Mrs. B. P. Hayes Sunday U owner of Trt-8tate Saw Work
dry here. Shepherd of Bell visited afternoon. I noon.Mr.. and Mrs Drew Holmes visited No strangers to Buwanne
Mr. and Mrs. 1., C. Terry and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs. C. R. McMullen and Edith Mrs J. II. Reynolds In Live County, Huff said. that he hM
daughter Linda were guests of and Mrs. Don Odom Saturday McMullen visited Mrs. Julia Lep Oak Friday morning owned' property here since ton
night per Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Holmes and that he plan to build on hU
Mr. and Mrs. Carrot Cason of and Mrs. U P. Fortner and were supper guests of Mr and land near Peacock Lake In the
Here And There Jacksonville were guests of his Mrs. Mae Whltesell were supper Mrs Willie Howell Saturday future
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C Ca- Airman Wayne IL Wilson guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin night. Airman Larry E. Greene, son Sheila Ann. IT, and Nora Jane
son last week end. son of Mr. and Mrs. llsywardU Alderman In Live Oak Friday The Community Sing will be .I Mr, Mettle B. One who 11. art new students at Suwannev'
Mrs Jack Hedrick and daughter Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hemphlll Wilson ef RL 4. Uve Oak night. held at Pine Level Church Saturday residue. en Colonial Arena. Live High School. A son Kevin Ray
Carol of Jacksonville were and son. Wayne of Gainesville has been aealgned .. OMett Mrs Beth Lepper visited Mr night. Nov 0. at 7:30.: Everyone Oak, has been aidf ned U Tyn- 12. hw enrolled at Suwannee
week end guests of Mrs. Hedrlck's spent Saturday night and Sunday AFB. Neb, after eonpMIng and Mrs. Drew' Holmes Saturday Is cordially Invited to attend dan Alit FU, after completingAir Junior High
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. here. Air Farce baste training. morning. Pine Level Baptist Church will Force basic training. Huff la a member of the American -
PenueL O. D. Beach was a business A IN$ graduate .f Sawan- Misses Louise Faye, and Joyce begin revival services Nov 8 with The airman, a IMS graduate Legion and Disabled American *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown visitor In High Springs and nee High School. Wilson will be I Hayes spent Friday night and Rev W. H. Anderson pastor of .f Ruwannee Ills* Reboot will Veterans organisation. He
and Mike and Kenneth Gainesville trained with Beth Ann Church evan said that he is Interested In formIng -
son. Thursday. en the Job aa an adminIstratlve Saturday Upper. O'Brien Baptist as be trained en the Job as a supply .
Brown all of Jacksonville spent Walter Beach of Gainesville speclallat, with the I Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hayes were gelist. Rev. Charles Johnson of specialist with the Air Defeme a Disabled Veteran chapterIn
the week end here with friends ,visited his parents Mr. and Mrs Strategic Air O.mmad.RCSOl11ti0I1. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Perry Is pastor Services begin Command. this area .
and relatives I Willie Beach Tuesday. Jewel Hayes In Live Oak Satur each night at 7:30.: Plans art to
James Brlnson returned to Tallahassee I Mrs Sanford Beach and L. A. day. have special music and aiming So not Is the core of the sun -
after spending the week I Tldwell, were business visitors In Mrs L. P. Fortner and Mrs. each night We Invite everyoneto Forty-four television commercials II million degrees Centigrade -
here with his mother, Mrs. Carrie i Largo and St. Petersburg Thurs Mae Whlteeell visited Mrs H. M come and receive a spiritual were filmed within a sis- that a pinhead of Its material
Brtnsoa Moore Wednesday afternoon. blessing. month period last year at Flor would emit enough heat to kill a
Mrs H. H. Hair ST. spent several day.Chief Petty Officer Leyon Again we have met on the lee.el Mrs C. R. McMullen and Edith Rev Charles Johnson of Perry ida's Cypress Gardens. man 100 miles away.
days last week In Jacksonville Beach of the OBJB.! Manley, visIted the level of a great sorrow in McMullen of Live Oak visited Mr. was dinner guest of Mr. and
with her son-in-law and his parents. Mr. and Mrs the loss to this life of our brether and Mrs Drew Holmes awhile Mrs Norman Anders Sunday,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. ChesterBedeIL O. D. Beach a few days last week. Oma Napoleon Meeks. whose Sunday afternoon. MODERNAERIAL
Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Odom brotherly membership and attendance Mr. and Mrs Ernest Holmeswere NFO Charter litre 'I
Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon attended and .daughter, Miss Marvanelle to Hayward Lodge No. supper guests of Mr. and ;
the Florida" League of attended church services at the 45. Free' and Accepted Masons we Mrs Drew Holmes Friday night Expected Nov. 15 APPLICATION
Municipalities In Miami from Mlkesvllle Advent Christian long have cherished and shall Mrs R. W. Moneley and Mr. Olyn Johnson NFO orgsnlser
October 24-2. Church Sunday and then visited miss In the days to come and Mrs. Drew' Holmes attendedthe said this. week that Suwannee Spraying Seeding Dusting Pert ills In f
Mile Connie Cannon student at Mrs H. W. Odom at Macclenny.: Beyond our feeble searching sing at Suwannee Station County rumen would charter a
Florida State University, Tallahassee We are glad to learn that she ls beyond our Imperfect knowledgeare Church Sunday. National Farmers group November -
spent the week end with much improved.Mr the ways of the all wise all Mrs. B. F. }{oyes. Mr. L. P.Portner 11. and that he expects HOWARD MORGANPHONE
her parents Mr. and Mrs John and Mrs. O. D. Beach and knowing all powerful all seeing I and Mrs. Mae Whites!! "about 100" to be members by
Cannon and attended the Flying grandson. Gary Beach were Grand Master Who does all visited relatives In Jasper Monday that date. 3A2-2016 U.s. 90 WEST
High Circus Saturday evening. guests of Mr and Mrs. Bill Bart- things well Who tempers the: of last week A meeting will be held tonight LIVE OAK FLORIDA
wintry blast to the shorn lamb -. Mr and Mrs. Jorgen. Brornenof Thursday In Branford at tthe ,
In permitting the last Ruffian to Live Oak vMted Mr and Mrs vo-ag classroom. Johnson add -
triumph over one so esteemed ball -- -
who knew him to the bereavement -
A REMINDER of the family, the lodge and
the community. (ggSVjO BRING YOU BEAUTY, AN& SAVE YOU MONEY1

Therefore be It resolved by the f
Muter. Wardens and members of
Hayward Lodge No. 41. Free and
These Banking Institutions Accepted Masons that we renew
our faith In the Immortality of ANNOUNCING-NEW LOW PAINT PRICESWhen
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the soul and endeavor to live so you buy big .. whether It be paint paneling or pancake mil you buy
Will Be ClosedTHURSDAY that when the angel makes .n at a better price. We have recently made an arrangement with the manufacturer
alarm on our Inner' door to sum of vans* t by Test" paint to buy big, at big savings Now we
mon UI. not only will the GrandMaster have to sell big
of the Celestial Lodtabove .
The best way we know' how to do this ls to pose the savings on to our customers.
welcome flf
us plaudits
Sitlni xk and then some air! darting now', you can buy Davis "teal by
Well done", but also each b.- Teat" Paints at real savings st our store
reared' brother left here may Indulte woe'
a tear of sorrow and lonllness. This la not a pee of bargain paints but top quality paints, purchased at
11 1965 volume prices, and sold at low profit. You. our customers, can save real.
NOVEMBER Be It further molted that a money and frankly, we hops to sell enough to make more money too

copy of these reeolullons be lint
to the bereaved family of our y
SUN FAST HOUSE PAINT
brother. Oma N. Meeks. In evidence SANITONE

In Observance ofVETERAN'S of our of sympathy our esteem la their and In hour token of LATEX WALL PAINTIt's Mildew &: Fume Resistant JJj)

sorrow', furnish a copy to the Suwannee so easy, so !Ineipentive. to add fresh color to your home. Over a half century of making paints for
Democrat for publication, OaUnTone .-4..ro' with a lovely velvety-flat finish that southern climates has led to the developmentof
and that we enter a copy Into the holds Its color .ra, Dirt spots and smudge this fine house paint. Completely' free of
DAY minute of the lodge.Committee wash off in a Jiffy. Brushes and roller Cleanup the pigments which eon discolor from iniua-:
: with soap and water 498 trlsl fumes or marsh air and carefully
trta'THE JAMES C. BAXTER 8R blended with treated oils and apeclall-reclt.
I anti to fight mildew. This Is the paint of
WILLIAM L. OWEN lasting beauty $5.98 gal
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UVE oAK) ; FLORIDA year Florida's Into Cypress the personnel Gardens.office of LATEX WALL PAINT I FINISH

An economically priced blot wall paint The Durable enamel In a variety of colors for
ley of Hewberry Sunday We are decorative flat finish II I available In hundredsof floors trim furniture and ether ..,... Indoors
THE COMMERCIAL BANKOF glad to know that BIll la much color Applies easily with I or out where resistance to
better.Mr. brush sun. rain and hard wear are 20
or roller equipment
and Mrs. Otis Odom who 398 "" Important.. Home colors slightiy -
UVE OAK FLORIDA are working In ThomasvUle. Oa. : cleans. In soap and water higher

were vtsiton here Wean*day q.
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The attractive *eral>glnes sheen of this fine Use It on wood furors, etep concrete floors, .M C
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't Suwannee Grain Corporation i i. now receiving yellow shelled '; DAVIS ALKYD FLAT ENAMEL 1

com. We try to give you the moet courteous service available to FREE DECORATING SERVICE

you and our aim U to see that you get the highest possible price

for your coin. s Prwfsasonal advice and reeosjunedaUon* are avaUaMe .. yen Thle Is ene of DM Visual flat fteiehee. for $520

al ne coat through the Davis free f>eereUn eVrvlee. BUstty ..n.. Kuerten: tar plaeter, eempoettloaboard
load of betiere youTl be back again and we .
corn.fcWe and wood.
Bring u* a lID ewt the decoraUa*) service yjeetlonftalre avaJUMe al our I

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A BORN OIPOPOUT WITH A BUILT
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Ii: Suwannee Report On UNICEFThe
t ,. Live Oak Methodist Youth
Fellowship of the First Methodist
High Church reports that 123.10 was
I collected for the United Nations
Chatter'I I 1 recently.Children's Fund (UNICEF) drive ,

Money collected during the iiiIjpi
Halloween season project goes to
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needy children In other countries,
i By Gayle IJrookins a -

Gambia is the 28th African nation -
To many of us the biggest event '
-,,,: of the year U coming November to achieve independence /
right, its Homecoming since 1957.
I t 19. Yea you are it % w
for the Suwannee Bulldogs y w 1Li7
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I fall rally November (8 I in Perry.
..,,' Homecoming U a very special The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. t
time of the year when Suwannee and there will be a dance and
I High welcomes back Its alumni, social afterwards.
and It seems that everyone is trying There are now nine new members -
to make this Homecomingthe In the Beta Club. Inductionand b, A
\ best. initiation will be held within r .: -
.j Each year we have a contest for the nexHwo weeks. ,
the best theme and float, and we 4K 1 t.
would like to say congratulation LIBRARY CLUB WASHER WA 850A DC-S20A DRYER
to the varsity cheerleaders for The Library Club met Wednesday -
winning the theme contest with October 27 and the following -
Model RAM 719 AWD
"Treasure Chest To Victory" officers were elected:
Floats will be judged on appearance Charlene Neely, president; Susanne -
( and originality. Winners Crawford,vice president and BONUS -BONUS-
floats will be announced -
the
among chairman; Joan Foes secretary;
.
after the parade Friday. and Sylvia Neely reporter. i*

According, the crowning to the' of Student the Queen Council held Initiation Wednesday of new, November members 3,was $14.95 G.E. STEAM IRON Free Stand or Base with Table Model or
half-time
t I' will take place during
at the football game The Homecoming DCT CLUB
Queen will not be announced The DCT Club will attend Its PORTABLE TV'sFree
.' until then, but the district meeting Saturday In Tal-
Queen's Court will be announced II lahassee. The meeting will begin Free With Purchase of
any
T earlier early Approximately and be over 20 students by 1:45: pm.are I 4 pc. Set of King Size

l ;" The STUDENT Student Council COUNCIL like many planning Since.KBITS to attend.Homecoming falls WASHER or DRYERREFRIGERATION TV Snack Trays with each console.

I clubs and organizations, Is now on this day, many students going
1 preparing for the Homecoming are looking forward to FSUs
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Coronation. Next week they Homecoming Parade
send out ballots for the studentsto
: vote for the Homecoming ANNUAL STAFF
Queen and attendant., Also, they The Annual Staff is still busy
are preparing for the CoronationBall with the annual as well as preparing -
held after the ball game for Homecoming i
t All this week and part of next
BETA CLUB the seniors will be voting on I
I The Suwannee Chapter Beta senior fsvorltes Among the senor ( Mi
F I Club will attend the District VII favorites being selected arc-
test all around best looking most
\ talented, most athletic, and several
,a USE others,

, FUCO FOOTBALLThe i
varsity team does not havea
game this week but they will be
{a Brand back in full swing next week when
they meet'Palatka here. y R
I The "JP team won.their game I E'e
J Insecticide last Thursday\ night when they :
played Hamilton County in Jasper ..
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and Jasper 0. 1 '" ITT' i/ f .
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BEST RESULTS I
1 The "B" team will play Jasperagain
here tonight (Thursday),
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Four Stores Move To Plaza ( .r". '
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From Previous Locations Here .

A major addition to the growing economy of the k
Live Oak'area will swing into operation today (Thurs' 4 ',.,'11 gr
day) as the Live Oak Plata on East Howard Street <\'
opens the doors of its four stores with a gala Grand Opening
celebration, beginning 9:30: a.m.Former .
state senator and gubernatorial - T Te1r
candidate Scott Kelly President Homer Ratllff, and L.
of Lakeland will deliver the main M. Crews, past Chamber of Com-!
addresa at the celebration, and cerce president and member of
an array of local 'officials arc the Board of Public InatrucUon In
slated for the Suwannee County mill be recog
procraJD.MC I nised during the program. I
Stores In the new shopping center
Recently-elected Chamber of
,
are McCroryt Winn-Dixie. M
Commerce President Lamar Han-
Sean Catalog Store,and Sherwin-
cock will be master of ceremonies.
Williams Paint Company All of
Hancock U also a member of the ,
the present occupants have been
Board of County Commissioners.
In Live Oak at other locations
Music and free refreshments
but have moved to Live Oak Plait
from the Nehl Bottling Company
to modem facilities where more
are also part of the event according
adequate parking Is available.
to Ed Turner president of
The Live Oak Plata parking
Turner-Miller. Inc. contractors
lot has a capacity of bib auto-
'for Live Oak Plsza.l
mobiles. .
>eal Dignitaries New Additions "' w -
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MaJor J Ofarrtn Phillip.State Construction will begin Immediately Williams store. Nell's Tot-N-Twn there by Christmas, Turner said.
Senator Houston Roberts. Repreaentatlve on additional store Shop one of the future occu Other buslnessM which will be I
Leon McDonald. Jaycee space to the east of the Sherwln- pants U expected to be open In the newest addition are a drugstore
and a hardware store.
Wilson W Uunnerlyrm of I
Jacksonville U president of Live
Oak Plata, Ine. Mrs. Prances
Congratulations To Turner U vice president, and J.
N. Panning vice president of the
Jacksonville State Bank. ls sec We

Turner-Miller Construction Co. "t.arJ.trelUW"fr.W .... Miller of Jscksonvlll of Turner) Usecretarytreasurer I Congratulate

Miller. The contracting firm has
built numerous shopping
upon completion of the first portion of Live Oak'sNew oral In Florida more under and presently construction.has.&f'1

I Live Oak Plaza can .
Shopping Center. ,be entered from Howard Street
'and Railroad Avenue.: both of
which the parking lot borders
Florida Roofing & Supply Corporation Tennessee Street which runs
east-west from Railroad to White TURNER-MILLER
Avenuea directly parallel. to the
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McCrory's invites you tomorrow to the t- ,; DRESS PRINTS 1 NYLONS.. : ;

opening of a fine store in LIVE OAK. 1t Stock up on these. fir,t )
t quality long lading .h." ti,
; You will like this spacious new building with Y .33C 1 matching ports made for s
: i : 1 v>by on.of America't {
:1 t its soft lighting and beautiful decor. You ;; ., 1 ,leadmg. mill*.A..orted' r
fashion
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will shop counter after counter of fabulous 1 .
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I new merchandise brought to you from all mot.riol Real Saving t /
if you buy now I I.j
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c, truly a shopper's paradise' in your own ASSORTED DRAPERY FABRICS I

;I home town. Priori and solids)In 1 to 10 t I I
and 36' to 45" 33
yard length
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ion and days and days of happy shopping r I I II

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11 Comfortable fined.,.p.lllded, Jwtt rijM for anof ecti.rOV"9.
1, r vfnyl ilipperi with ribbed rubber ...?."yti..... SeftforilH
f Opening Day lole.Hack.blv.bone or 1 ,......,..,....fobftc hot pl.ety
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col at they ore dtcoratNo. d..., ever ,..d. ironing' 1100. ..14*'..\Ii Shot,Cordtnol, .
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FREE Buy On Get One Free!
22 oz. TEXIZE AQUA LOTION
FREE Buy One Get One Free l
12 oz. RONCO ELBOW MACARONI
J FREE Buy One Get One Free!
LITTLE DEBBIE SNAK CAKES I .
I FREE Buy One Get One Free!
MORTON CINNAMON DONUTS

FREE Buy One Get On Free!
DIXIANA POLY BAG TURNIPS /RooTS
FREE Buy One Get On Free! Js
MRS. SMITH'S PIE SHELLS
FREE Buy One Get On Free l
RICH'S COFFEE RICH
FREE Buy One Get One Free I "L Sw4 fabTeCa.. r....Coed !.:..MM1fatf t r
GOLD KING HUSHPUPPIES
FREE Buy One Get On. Free!
BEEF SAUSAGE PLUS PRIZES
. w FREE Buy One Get One Free I
ti V One 4 oz. TEMPTEE WHIPPED CREAM
; ; CHEESE FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 1 lb. AND SURPRISES
CUP BREAKSTONE COTTAGE CHEESE 29c
FREE Buy On Get One Free! FOR ALL THE KIDS!
One 3 oz. PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE
FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 8 oz. PKG. 29c
FREE Buy One Get On Free!
29c Pkg SLICED BOLOGNA wPURCHASEOne REG. 39c DIXIE DARLING CAKE
Pkg.SLICED BOILED HAM (Copeland) 69c ANGEL FOODSAVE
BEAUTIFUL ZENITH COLOR TELEVISION SET FREEREGULAR Buy On Get On Free!

to b* liven away at a grand drawing; November 20th. Register free. 2 lb. Pkg. GROUND BEEF LOAF W/Purchase
v 2 lb. Pkg. GROUND BEEF LOAF : 19c
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2/29c DIXIE DARLING Save 19c FREE Buy One Get On. Free! 20c EACH
5 oz. SUNNYLAND BOLOGNA 29c Free Offer Good Thru ,Nov
Sat. 6th
DINNER ROLLS...................................12 Pk. 5c

W-D BRAND U. S. GRADE "CHOICE"Chuck
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Steak 98/ Roast 5 -...._.,
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'fp BEEF 3 LOS $1 DIXIANA MB POLY BAG MIXED

VEGETABLES 2/$1.
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DIXIANA 2 IB 10.rAa
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WIENERS 39' LINK SAUSAGE .
SAW 464 HONnrSUCKU (:.C:gen U,t Pa.. 48'B
TIRKEY ROAST 3 :. '2" : a k e r 5 I

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Oranges -- J' 59 '

FRESH LEAFY HEADSCabbage u. i na i aowiA MO SWEET

.u 51 Potatoes 5 U 59xASTO 1 10:0

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Regular, Drip i or Pulverized ASTOR
REG. "< DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SER.
DINNER ROLLS 2/29' ,
Coffee
REG 29< #303 CAN ASTOR
FRUIT$1
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REG. 3/411 No. 1 TALL THRIFTY MAID
LB. ),"J- EVAP. MILK 91. ;,

e W 5 9 CORNEDTHRIFTY MAID

Add YOUR NAME To This WINNERS LIST Next Week TIN 39'REG

'1,000 CASH WINNERSMRS. I 1


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c A'' JACKSONVILLE FLA. TUNA FISH 4/1. .

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FREE Buy One Get One Free!
22 oz. TEXIZE AQUA LOTION
FREE Buy On Get One Free! SAYE qr
12 oz. RONCO ELBOW MACARONI
FREE Buy On Get One Free!
""I. LITTLE DEBBIE SNAK CAKESBuy
FREE On Get
> One Free!
MORTON CINNAMON DONUTSBuy
FREE On Get On Free I
DIXIANA POLY BAG TURNIPS W/ROOTS
FREE Buy One Get One Free I
MRS. SMITH'S PIE SHELLS R
FREE Buy On Get One Free! '. o sTOAt .'
RICH'S COFFEE RICH :
FREE Buy One Get One Freel"L! 'Tht.1 t&... r..Good,11w.I\'r..r.r,
GOLD KING HUSHPUPPIESBuy
FREE One Get One Free I
BEEF SAUSAGE PLUS PRIZES
FREE Buy One Get One Free I
One 4 oz. TEMPTEE WHIPPED CREAM
CHEESE FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 1 lb. AND SURPRISES
CUP BREAKSTONE COTTAGE CHEESE 29c
FREE Bur One Get One Free I FOR ALL THE KIDS'!
One 3 oz. PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE
FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 8 oz. PKG. 29c
FREE Buy One Get One Free!
29c Pkg SLICED BOLOGNA w/PURCHASE REG.: 39c DIXIE DARLING CAKE
One Pkg.SLICED BOILED HAM 69c
(Copeland) ANGEL FOOD
BEAUTIFUL ZENITH COLOR TELEVISION SET FREEREGULAR Buy One Get One Free!
to be giren away at a grand drawing November 20th. Register free. 2 lb. Pkg. GROUND BEEF LOAF W/Purcha
. 9 2 lb. Pkg. GROUND BEEF LOAF SAVE 19c
2/29c DIXIE DARLING Save 19c FREE Buy One Get One Free! 20c EACH
5 oz. SUNNYLAND BOLOGNA 29c Free Offer Good Thru Sat.,Nov
DINNER ROLLS ....................................12 Pk. 5c 6th
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" u. s.CHOCS w-o tar FULL cur ROUND u. i CHOICE w-o ecu POT

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Shank U. S CHOICI W D BEEP PLATt DIXIANA 3.IB. Par BAG
f j Stew 2.9J BABY LIMAS 2/$1.
Half e DIXIANA 3 IB 1'Ol" BAG
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Sherwin-Williams Sherivin-WUllttms Personnel
Paint Company of Live Oakis I SHERWIN-WILLIAM;
one of the fine new storesat ;
Live Oak Plaza, where
they have moved from their
old Street.location on West Howard coven IS MOVING TOlive

Donald Boatrlght, manager of THE
Sherwln-Wllllanu. and Oil Pep- EARTH
pers, credit manager, both lifelong -i Plaza
residents of Suwannee k Oak
County,extend to all their friendsIn
this area a cordial invitationto At
visit with them In the new location -
Next Door To McCrory's)
at the east end of the (
shopping center and look over
their complete line of paints and I a COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED DURING OUR
surface covering

here The Is,company-owned one Sherwin-Williams of 1800 In the and UnitedState.s home store t t tl GRAND OPENINGThurs.

operated It has served the Live
Oak area for nine years since

Olenda 1956.Donald, have Boatrlght one daughter.and his wife The, r l ., Fri., Sat., Nov. 456OUR

Peppers, Oil and Evelyn, have
two children and are expecting PHONE NO. IS STORE HOURS ARE
Donald Ray Boatrlf, left Is manager of the Live Oak branch I
another very soon. PHONE 3623075 7:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M.
The Orand Opening Sale at and Is assisted by Gilbert Peppers, credit manager.
the new location beginning to- L I
day, features such Items as con Sherwln-Williams, specializing'buffers, spray guns, and hand COMPLETE COLOR: SERVICE
crete floor enamel at $7.57 per in both Individual and paint con- sanders available for rental according -
gallon and Wash-Away paint tractor service, has a completeline to manager Boatrlght
remover for $199 per quart. all of paint, paint accessories, More room Is available for customers / ,
along with registration for free and tools to accommodate both. at the new store than the YOU'REMONEYAHEAD
.
prizes to be given away after the In addition to the paint line, old location. Boatrlght says with
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t drawing Saturday at B p.m. Sherwin-Williams also has floor 1800 square feet of floor space. '
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I Irlel superintendent! Eddie' John, meat swlaltitl Olff Dens, market manager W, CL Kagana, store I
manager and Wendell Davis, produce manator. (Democrat SUN rhotet
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,, One Of New Store Features

1' "A Clean. WeU-Lighted Place.; the meat counter In the rear of
to paraphrase Ernest Hemingway, the new store to help customers
e might be a food description of the elect from Wlnn-Dlxle choice
|hw Wlnn-Dlxle food tort at beef, pork, poultry, and seafood
Jve Oak Plata Abundant flour- Expert aid In the produce department -
ascent lighting flood the modem Is available from Wendell ,
i store's nine hopping Isles for the Davis, produce manager
f convenience of customers. An added feature In the WInn-
W, C, Ragans store manager, Dixie store Is an "old fashioned
j aald that about JJ full-time em- Bakery Shoppe In the northwest
ployeea will be on hand at the corner of the building. The Bak
1 new store to aid shoppers in se- cry Shoppe offers both modern
I lectlnc quality food to fit their frosen cakes and plea u well as
I family budget. fresh-baked goods
In addition eight part-time Two automatically opening u 4
workers and about IS bag bon are doors are provided at the entrancefor ; i,
employed at the new Wlnn-DUle the convenience of bag-lade
s store, shoppers Six check-out counter
Manager Pagans and his wife I will be In operation during busy
Carolyn live on the White hours to keep hurried customers
\ Springs Road In Live Oak with from waiting Sd
their three daughters Wtnn-Dlxle, as their slogan
Cliff leek manager of the I I says. U "the smart place to go for
meat department la on hand at good things to eat", a.l .
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I More Of Sears Staff II

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More space in which to offer a wider selection of years. every customer Ask about It. .
At the shopping center, SearaIs A big sale on Allstate tins as s
benefit of Sears
merchandise in stock is the primary I
I Oak Plaza, accordingto on the west end of the present well as specials on appliancesand
Catalog Store's new location at Live building, adjacent Winn-Dixie. stereos will be held during
Roger Parmer, store manager.
the Orand Opening.
The store is from 9
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"We are a lot better equipped at the new store here, open
6 p m Monday thru Saturday
Parmer says, "which gives our:
customers a chance to look over parking space in the Plaza lot During their Orand Opening. i
more of the goods they are inter "This store is just about as big be sure to register Thursday Pro-Files
Friday, or Saturday in the stare
ested In." as any of Sears Catalog Stores
The Live Oak Plaza store has gets to be," Farmer says for such prizes as electric fry Bv b )udyk' .
about twice as much shopping Parmer and his wife. Janice, pans, clock radios, or a free art
space as the old location on How- live on West U. S. 90 In Live Oak. of tires to be given away at Sat 1ke A L'S NO14-
ard Street, with a total of 5000 Sears In Live Oak employees 13 urday drawings. COLLEGESTAR?
square feet of floor area. Another people. Sears Catalog Store has Another of Sears features Is a
feature Is the more adequate served Live Oak patrons for eight,credit plan to fit the needs of

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NEVER PLAYED COLLEGE '
1 n -FOOTBALL.VoAHNuMSKUit.! Sean personnel kM-rifht, are Connie Robinson. Teens Mills Mary Williamson. See McMmDeaind
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Stereo Console \


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14.3 CU. FT. COLDSPOTRefrigeratorFreezer
ELECTRIC RANGE WAS $239.50 $203.00
/j Oven interior and signal light
All frostless '" Timed outlet
$249.9" .*. 0 Phonograph
105 Ib. capacity Non-drip cooktop .
freezer Six Speakers
Large top Easy cleanability ...
AM radio "
16" SILVERTONE /FM stereo 'Jr
$174 95
249.00 0 Shuts off automatically/: "

COLOR TV CREDIT PLANS TO FIT YOUR CONVENIENCE\ :.i)

Tinted safety shield
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125 sq. in. viewing area
j 0 Static-free FM sound r -FREE-

0 Walnut Veneer Cabinet 4' .r,J;M1Mw.r .

FREERegister YOUR CHOICE OF

for FREE SET OF TIRES
away(to fit at your 5:00 car pan.) to Saturday.be given Steam and Dry Iron Hand Mixer

TIRES mounted FREE during our
Grand Register Opening.anytime during the Grand \ Transistor Radio 1/2 Inch Drill'

Chest Freezer $177.00
FREE With Tie Purchase Of Any Item Listed Below
SAVE $50.00 WAS $229.00
15 ft. 525 11 .
O cu. capacity
Opening for BIG prizes to be given Porcelain enamel interior Console I Stereo-Freezer-Washer-Portable TV-Dryer
Saturday. Drawing will beheld )
away signal light
Safety
each hour on the hour from 2 sliding baskets Air Conditioner-Refrigerator-Electric t or Gas Range
10:00) ajn. until 5:00 p.m. Satur
day.drawings Your of Electric choice Fry of first Pan seven Cof- Prices Include Normal Delivery And InstallationCOLDSPOT

feemaker, Clock Radio, Camera
Outfit, Sabre Saw, Rod and Reel,
Electric Knife. { =- n '1i; j SAVE : SAVE
BIG DRAWING AT 5:00 P.M. II $70.95
: ,i4, $41.95
FOR PORTABLE TV&STAND!

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NO MONEY
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<; I $309.95 $229.95
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Sean has a Credit Plan to fit the
needs of every customer. .. $239 $188

Phone KENMORE UPRIGHT COLDSPOT FREEZER Kenmore Automatic Washer
Shop By Electric $148.00
Dryer
595 lb. capacity Six fabric cycle
WAS $159.95 All (frostles Self cleaning lint filter
Shop the easy catalog way by LoadadoorAutomatic Porcelain enamel interiors Automatic bleach dispenser
phone from home from Sears Cata air freshener Four full shelves Two sprrttsSafety
logs. Automatic heat selector Swing-out meat basket switch

SHOP at SEARS and SAVE SEARS LIVE OAK PLAZA PHONE 362.2656URSDAY



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PAGE EIGHT-A SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1965 I


Plaza Store I Management. At McCrory's.K w'.\4. .'....'-4 k a !
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I, One of the biggest new stores The new McCrory's manager The new store at I
,f.: In Live Oak Plaza is McCrory's and his wife, Orace, have one Plaza continues a tf
between Winn-Dlxte and Sher- daughter They have made their McCrory's operation in
win-Williams, with large modern home north of Live Oak on U S. the manager said,as the
shopping headquarters for every- 129. has had a store in
thing from "ladles apparel to Twenty-nine departments In 54 years
lunches", according to the store the new store will offer practically McCrory's, with
manager, Frank Long everything the shopper need. in New York City, has
McCrory's will employ about 25 McCrory's is open from 9 a.m. to company-owned,
full-time and part-time personnel 9 p.m Monday thru Saturday. ed stores in the United
from the Live Oak area to Long said that McCrory's down- The Orand Opening
I serve their customers at the Live town store, on Ohio Avenue,I ginning Thursday, i
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Oak Plaza location, Long says. would remain open sale Items including

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Management personnel getting McCrory's LI re Oak Plaza store ready for today's Grand ()pea.
Ing are, left to right Newell Embley.: regional tales manager; Frank Long, store manager; George I
; tY4IfAr Phelps district manager: and Chuck Denmark: Militant manacer Democrat Staff Photo)

':r. :'. \ LIVE OAK PLAZA White Turner Avenue.said that there Is space)growth.At present. the buildings art I
: (Continued From Pace 1-A) I I.treet I on the west end of the shopping,situated In order from Railroad
J JI centers present construction, adjacent Avenue west: Bherwin-WilUam,
which has never been to Sears Satalog Store, for McCrory's, Winn-Dixie and Sears.
I :1 w d. It is expected that open-I I construction of a large building.I All the buildings are one-story
: be opened In the He added that this space would with customers' entrances facing
if: access to the Plaza I probably be used for future Howard Street
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I row,left-right, Annie Both Jenkins, Inei McIntosh, Bonnie Rober- dolph Ruby Brown (
1'1 son, Patricia Grlmsley, Annie Laurie Fonnker, Martha Catkins, ocrat Staff Photo)
'f.n Nancy MoCrlmon, Alice Faye Parsons; second row, Edward Cole-I

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}-1 ciously accepted this new shopping center BUILDING TO HOUSE THE FIRST

? t the part we played in its construction. We

t llr I will be an asset to this area and make FOUR BUSINESSES IN LIVE OAK'S


1 urable. NEW SHOPPING CENTER.

We congratulate each business for their

I 'to this new location.


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